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The Sleeping Six Hundred.
An Act to Frotect Litigants.
Probably many have, perhaps a few have not,
heard of the deacon's little joke about the church
being a very substantial affair because be "i b-erved
the sleepers were nil very sound
but whether he
has heard from the deacon or not, the following
parody will be read with a relish :
Be it enacted tn/ the L>'i/islalice Assembly of
of the Slate of Oregon :
O’er their devoted Lends
While the law thunder'd.
Snugly and heedlessly
Snored the six hundred.
Great was the preacher’s theme ;
Screw’d on was all the steam ;
Nei'her with shout nor scream
Could he distuib the dream
Of the six hundred.
Tearors to the right of them,
Terrors to the left of them.
Terrors in front of them—
Hell itself plundered
Of its most awful things,
Weak-minded preacher flings
At the dumbfounded,
Boldly he spoke and well ;
All on deaf ears it fell ;
Vain was his loudest veil
Volley'd and thunder’d ;
F«r caring—the truth to tc'l—
Neither for heaven nor hell,
rnored the six hundred.
Still with redoubled zeal,
Still he .«poke onward.
And. in a wild appeal.
Striking with head and heel—
Making »he pulpit reel,
Shaken and jr.ndercd-t—
Called them the church’s foes,
Threatened with endless woes.
Faintly the answer rose.
(Proof of their sweet repose)
From th j united nose
Of the six hundred.
Sermon of near an hour.
Too much for human power;
Prayers too, made to match
Woefully blundered ;
With a service of mutic
Fit to turn every pew tick—
Should it be wondered ?
Churches that will not move
Out of the ancient groove
Through which they have floun ler’d,
If they would lag Lehind,
¿’till must expect to find
Hearers of such a kind
As the six hundred.
A Hard Task.
SrcTt'ix. 1. It shall be the duty of the Gov
ernor of the State ot Oreg« n, within six months'
after the taking effect of tins net. to designate, • y ,
ordei ii ed with the Stcretary ot State, one news
paper for every c omty iu the State, in which shall .
be published all judicial and legal advertisement-
for said cninty : Proridtd, That wheie there is
no newspaper publish* d within a county the Gov
ernor may designate t<* do the legal mid judicial
advertising for that county, a newspaper published
in some other county.
S ec . 2. It shall be the duty of the Secret.an
of S.nte, imnie- intel) on the receipt by him of an
order from the Governor designating an ofiiid'ii pa
per for any c mnty, as provided in Section 1 <•
this Act. to furwar I a certified copy thereof to tin
Clerk of .«aid county, and such certified copy shall
by said Clerk be filed in his office for the inform.t
tion of all wh' iii it may concern.
S ec . 3. When the proprietor or proprietors o'
n newspaper designated as the official paper of anv
county, shall ti e with the County Clerk of said
county, a written stipulation accepting the condt
tion of this Act. together with a bond in the sun
of five hundred dollers with good ami sntlicieti
sureties to lie ap»irovvl by the Judge of the Judi
cial District in which said eounty is situated, foi
the ta'i'hlu performance of tiie legal an l ju iiciu’
advertising of said county, mid when such actim
on tlie part of the proprietorol a designated new-
paper mid the District Judge, has been certified bv
the Clerk of said county, to the Secretary of State
and notice "f Hie same has been given to the Gov
ernor by ’be Secret» y of State, the Governm
shall, without delay, by proclamation, appoint an<!
confirm said newspaper a« the medium through
which all judicial and legal advertisements foi
said county shall be published for th term foi
which he iii-'V have been elected : mid thereaftei
nil n itiees. summonses and advertisement« of what
ever nature, authorized or required to be pub islic’
1 bv any law o this State, which sha 1 be published
' in anv other newsptiucrtlian th*-on so designated.
■ «haU be illeg i' and void : l‘r<n idcl. I hat at any
■ time, npUn prool ot a failure on tre part of the
j proprietor of any newspaper to properly publish
' legal mid judicial ndve tisemcnf«, or of their mui-
[ compliance with any of the conditions of thi« Act.
I the Governor m iv designate and appoint and con
firm. according t<> tht provisions of thi« Act. some
! other paper a« the official organ of the county in
I which such failure or default is m ide.
S ec . 4. It shall be the du'y of the Secretar” of
1 St itc and all County’ Clerk- to inak e and forward,
within ten days from notice thereof, certificates ro
quir* d of them by this Act. and to receive and t”
file all papers, bonds, an I other documents men
toned in tins Act, as to be tiled in their respective
S ec . 5. All notices or advertisements rcqrtired
prior to or during the c tur-e "f any legal or judi
cial pr ceding«. shall be made in the newspaper
which has been designated, appointed and con
firtnd. a« hcreinbef re provibed, a.« the official or
gan in th** county in which su.di proceedings are
had. Provid' d, That the pt ices charged for such
advertising shall not exceed for each square <d
twelve lines of nonp n*ii type two dol.urs mi l fifty
cent« for the first, and one d dl.ir lor each subse
S ec . 6. Each newspaper designate under this
Act shall furnish, tree of charge, on<* copy of its
issues tn the Secretary of State L'lunr ian and
Clerk of the Supreme Court of the St i oi Oregon,
mid two copies each to the C crk< "t all Courts "I
Record in the counties (■ r which it is the '.facial
organ. And it shall be tin- duty of t he ( ieri» so!
lb*- Courts of R*c'*r*l af*re-eid to have one C r»y of
said newspaper ii'e I and from till! ie to time boiin4 :
and the Courts tn iv determine a iiv question that
may arise as to the publication • f anv legal or iu-
dicial adverti-etnent.- I*y relerenc- ■ to such tiles.
S ec . 7. All Acts or parts <> f Act? in iMufl ct
wi'h this Act arc her* l>y repe lled.
D ec . S. A« the pre-ent laws relating to the
publication "I legal a id j t lieial adverti.-emen s
. are imper'e’t, and imt»>: t int advantage« to lit.-
gant« and other« ar** to be secured ly tli.s Act.
tlicrcf Te thi« Act shall tn! C e ' at and ' e in lurce
• lr* m and after us ap* r o' <1 l>y the Governor
A] pr-oe t th t. 21. 1*7'J
Attest, S. F. CHADWICK.
Secretary of State.
Two gentlemen, friernl« of the F resident
have been nsking the New Y >rk S h / i t » 'Ie
gist from its attacks upon the G re t N»*potixt
The Sun promises to iL> **■> if the I*, esident
will faithfully observe the fr>ilnwin¿ instrnc
tion*. We are afraid the lask is “to » nudi”
for Ilia Excellency :
I. Let him pav bark to J. G ml 1 the
81,000 which G««ul 1 p ii'l on his siilx.rp’inn
to the Rawlins fund. Ni Pres d-nt should
allow the blot of false pretences to remain
upon his personal honor.
II. I jet him tlistn ss the military attaches
whom he keeps ns ushers, tne-'senger». lobby '
ardent’, and pretended secret ir es, in viola [
tion of the law, about IBs person at the White '
III. Let him dismiss from the public crib
his office-peddling father, his numerous broth
ers-in law, cousins, uncles, aunts, and other
near relations, whom be Ims appointed to
places of emolument and authority, without
regard to their personal, political, or bnsine-s
qualifications; and let him rigorously observe
thi principle laid down by Thnma« Jefferson,
that the family relations of the President
are not to be appointed t > offico.
IV. I.et him return to the donor or donors
the cottage nt Long Branch, presented to him
as a gift since his inangnm»!- n as President.
V. Lit him turn out of i ffice every man
who ever gave him a present, and make it
an insurmountnb'e obstacle to the npnoint
ment of any man to office that he 1 as ever
given him a present.
VI. Let him reorganize his Cabinet and
fill its offices with Republicans of capacitv
and reputation, whom the people know nnd
can have confidence in. In so doing, let him
abandon his foolish notion that a Corporal or
private musician can safely be proino’ed at
one jump tn he a M <j >r General and put in
command "f an army corps.
VII. Let him earnestly call upon Con
gress to reduce the rates of taxation, abolish
the unconstitutional income tax.-and relieve
industry and commerce of the burdens that
are now making the rich richer an 1 the poor
poorer, and crushing enterprise and honesty
to tuo earth. And if his Secretary of the
Treasury will not agree to these measures of
reform, dismiss him.
VIII. Let him introduce common sense
into his appointm ms, and kave off delving,
distracting anl breaking down that noble or
ganization, the Rapubliran ptrtv.
IX. Let him send adrift the ring of mili
tary money makers who surround him and
exercise a malignant influence upon his con
duct; and let him avoid making himself ri
diculous nnd suspected by engagirg in such
absurdities as the San Doming» swindle, so
that prominenl R-pultiicans will no longer,
as now, pronounce him a foul.
X. Let him beware of the flatteries of
silly rich men, and leave < fl liis adornlion ol
golden calves, and cease to corrupt the youth
of the country by evincing such cupreine
worship for money.
XI. Let him announce that he is no longer
a canidute for re election, and decl.iiethut lie
will sternly adhere to the opinion he express
ed in 1857. that no man idomid be Presidiiit
fjr mure than u single term.
Jjet him do ail there things, and the Sun,
which shines for all, will tm-n bhine lor Gen
eral Grant with all the world and ihe ie t o*
mankind; and we will cord in ly iec<>m.nend
him lor that complete retire me t for v h ch
alone he lias proved bimscil to be pre emi
SUPERIOR PLOUGHS!; HENRY T. HELMBOLD’S
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Delivered to any address. Secure from observa <¿ulcli C ui * om an<l Mixlerntc Cfihar¡ge..
tion. Est'iblislied upward of twenty years. Smd
dr . W. K. DOHERTY’S
by Druggists everywhere. Address letter« for in
formation, in confidence, to llenry T. lielmboid.
Private Medical and Surgical Institute,
Druggist and Chemist.
Only Depots : II. T. ITEI.MBOLD’S Drug mid
No. 519 Sacramento street, corner of
Chemical Warehouse. No. 591 Broadway. New
street (a few doors below What Cheer
York, or to H. T. HELMBOD’S Medical Depot.
House.) Private entrance on Lcidet-
Component Parts—Fluid Extract Itkubar*
duitf st¡, et, >an Francisco.
Beware of Counterfeits. A-k for IlENRT 1.
and Fluid Extract Catawba Grupe
HELM BOLD’S ! Take no other.
E.-ta lishc I expressly to afford the afflicted sound,
March 4th, 1871.
and scientific Mcdieal Aid in the treut-
FOR LIVER COMPLAINTS. JAUNDICE BIL
incut and cure <•!’ all Private and
IOUS AFFECTIONS. SICK Oil N1RV I -
< hronie Disease«, cases
HEAD ACHE, (’0S1T1 VEN ESS. Ere. l'l RE.
of Secrecy and ail
LY VEGETABLE, 'ONTAIMNG NOMER
Cl RY, MINERALS, OR DELETERIOUS
WHOLES A LU
To the Affiicted
1 y r E HAVE RE
y V those Superior
ElVED A SUPPLY 01
Pluaylif which we introduce'
here Inst sens >n, and which have given entire sat
i-factiiin to th"»c who have used them, being wel
adapted to different suils.
Al'O, a full usaortuient uf
AND BOX STOVES ;
n. ri. M c D onald £ co.,
These Pill.« are the most delightfully pleasant
uurgative. superseding castor oil. salts, magnesia,
•te. There is uothing more acceptable to the
AND NAILS, toinaeh. They give tone, mid cause neither nan
-ea er grip ng pain*. 1 bey arc composed of the
'hiiKt iii'/i< dimtn.
After n few day’» use of them,
-uch ail invigoration of the entire system takes
place ns to npi ear miraculous to the weak mid en
ervated. whether arising from imprudence or dis
ease. H. T. Helml odd's Compound Fluid Ex'raet
•’atawba Grape Pill» are not sugar coated, from
the fact that sugar coated Pills do not dissolve,
'mt pass throffirli the stomach without dissolving,
■on-eqiientlv do not produce the desired effect
IHE CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, being ; 1 -is
mt in taste mid odor, do not i.eees-itate their be
ng sugar-coated. PRICE I II’ II ( EN IS 1*1.R
horse shoes ,
Also the celebrated
Always on hand a full variety of
IN AHI SHEET-IRON WARE.
Hylranli- Pipe, Tin, Copper, and Sheet-iron
ware made to order.
HOFFMAN A KLIPPEL.
Oetoher 15th, 1S70.
L’VEBY â SALE STABLE
Corner California and Fourth Sts.
HENRY T. I-ZEI j TZCEOLID’S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND
FLGID EXTR’CT SAKSi.PAHLLA
Will radically exterminate from the sys’em Serof
ula. Syphilis. Fever Sore.«, I leers Sore Eyes. Sore
Leg«, sore mouth, sore head, bronchitis, skill dis
eases, salt rlicuin, cankers, runnings > roni th o ear.
white swellings, tumors, cancerous affections,
nod?.«, rickets, gl liinduTar swellings, night sweats,
rash, tetter, hunu nrs of ail kinds, chronic r’leutnn
tism. dyspep a. and all diseases tlmt !uvc been
estab i.-hed in the sy tern for veurs.
Bring prepared expressly* for flic above com
plaints. its blood-|>urifying proj’erties are greater
than any other pripnrstiou of Sarsaparilla. I’
gives the complexion a clear and he iithy color
and restores the patient to a state of healih stli'l
purity. For puri ying the Idoo 1, removing nil
chronic constitutional disease« arising from an im
I me state of the blood, and t' e only re , iide mid
effectual known remedy for the cur** ol pain- mid
swUltn*’ of the bones, ulceration« of the throat
and legs, blotches, pimples "n the f. c *. ery*i|>-!a-
and al! scaly eruptions of thu skiu, mid be.iuti y-
ing the complexion.
U V J
IIENR'< T. HELMHOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
BOOTS A SHOES,
Sales & Small Pre fits.15
THE BRICK STORE,
Corner of Oregon and Main Strc-ts, offers
bargains, such as have not been offered before at
This stock is fresh and of the best quality, and
C.1N ' purchasers wi.l do well to call on him.
TH ACT LUdlU IS DIP
REI IC AND !!!..••,D-l'Uilll YIMI,
CURES ALL Dl-i \ E< Aitl'lMl FROM
I! \BIT* <‘F DI8-1 PA HON. AND EXCESSES
AND IMPRUDI Nv ES IN LIFE IMi’l RIT1ES
OF THE BLOOD. ETC., S I'REUSED! NG CO
PAIBA IN AFFEt TIONS FOR WHICH IT 1
USED. AND SYPHIL1HC AFFECTI IS IN
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK AL- TUE'E DISEASES U: E'J IN CONNECTION
*.I1II HELMBOLD’S ROSE WASH.
¿Y. ways on hand at the
Tn many affections peculiar to ladie«, the Ex
tract Buchu is unequal*’*! by any other remedy —
as in Chlorosis or Retention. Irregularity, fain til-
ness or Stif pre-sum of Customary Evacuat on-.
Ulcerated or Sehirrus state of the Uterus. Leucur-
rhoen or Whites, S’crilitv, : nd !• r all complaint«
incident to the sex. whether arising from indi cre-
tion or habits of dissiuatioa. It is prescribed ex
tensively by the most eminent 1‘bysieians an.
Midwives f rcn'eebhd and delicate eonstilutiiin-,
of both sexes and all ages, (attended with any of
the above diseases or symptoms.)
GASOLIN" OIL AHO LAMPS
At the CITY DRUG STORE.
agency for the
taken in exchange for goods. Also ground s.dt in
Ó0 and ICO lbs. sacks, and fine Liverpool silt.
January 7th. 1S71.
W. L. COWAN, Druggist.
Alignât 27th, 1S70
And Small Profits, On Oregon street, Jacksonville.
J. W. Manning, Prop’
AM SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
of Saddles and Harnes« cheaper th an ever was
ouered before in Jacks nville. "Seeing is believ
Having just received from San Francisco a fine
Give mo a call betöre purchasing else
done with neatness and dispnt«h.
JERRY NUN AN.
Jacksonville. Jan. 1 Ith, 1871.
Notice to Cattle Raisers.
HARNESS, BUGGIES à CARRIAGES
I nm now prepared tn furnish my patrons, and
the public generally, with as
a« mn be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle horse»
hired to go to any part of the country. Animal»
«OUGHT à SOLI).
R C T. PAYNE. LIVING 1) MILES
east of Phoenix’ offers the services of a thor
ough-bred Devonshire Bull to the public, at
season. The animal is a deep red five-years-old,
weighing 1.624 pounds.
C. T. PAYNE.
essrs . sate t savage and mb .
Henry Pipe have placed their neeonnti* in
our hrtnds for c »live ion. Unless prompt attention
i* given by debtors to the payment of these ac
counts, costs will be added.
FAY A REA.
Jacksonville, April sth 1871.
DP». W. K. DOHERTY RE-
turn.« bis sincere thanks to bis
biitiien ns patients for thoir pat-
Sin Franc's o C,11., ^-i*—
ronage. and would take this op
of “ Nru
A»-»-.» .a •'
—...... t "in | art z.«
of ’ ♦»..»
t!»e portunity to remind them that he continues to c*n-
following ii articles t er tlicr w.t’i i-v tv tlilhg kept in a ■ult at iiis Institute fur the cure of chronic diseases
well suppli ted W11O1.ESALE DRUG STORE.
of the Lungs, Liver, Kidney«. Digestive and Gen-
Fr.r.sit D ri ’ c . r .
I T1LI1K ' h I’BBPAnATtONS,
jito-l tiiarv Organs, and all Private Diseases, vis :
P atent M bukines .
I Dlli oc.lsrs’ SVNDK1K. ,
'I lirssK« & S i phokters , I siukhk 'H eubs ,
I ■'ypliili«, in all ¡tg forms and stages ; Seminal
E- skn iial O ils ,
I'm re me hies .
\\ cakne««'. and a ) the In rrid consequences of self
K erosene O il ,
I P aints anu O ils ,
Which we off t nt the lowest Cash Prices, nud are abase; Gonorrlu’a ; Gleet, Strictures; Nocturnal
determined not to be undersold.
[nnd Diurnal Emissions; iSexti I Debility; Dis-
It. II. M c D onald <t CO., S an F rancisco , C al . i ’. iscs ol the Baek mid Loins ; Inflammation of the
1 Biadder and Kidneys, etc.: and lie hopes that his
I <)!». N A Li l.
i long experience and successful practice will con
O i *, DRUG* 11 < N| N 1'ISS h.eatcd in San Fran- tinue to insure him a share of public patronage*
ci.-ci>. Cal. After our best wishes, mid expressing By his practice of many years in Europe and tbs
our thanks for the liberal patronage we have rc I hited States, ho is enabled to apply the most’effi--
eeived for more than twenty-one years, during icient and successful remedies against diseases of*
wlii -h period we have been steadily t ngtued in the all kinds. He use.« no mercury, charges moderate, •
Drug bii-inc.«s in California, v.e beg to sav in c >n- treats his patients in a correct and honorable wxw,.
-eq once of th • rapid growth of Dr. Walker’s and has references of unquestionable veracity from
California d tnegar Bitters, now spread over the men of known respectability and high standing in
United States mid countries far beyond, we are ne- society. All parties consulting him, by letter or
:e.«sita!vd to devote our entire time to .«aid busi otherwise, will receive the best und gentlest treat--
ment and'implicit secrecy.
\\ e arc the Oldest Drug firm on the Pacific Coast I
.and the on’y one. continuous under the same pro I
prietors since 1S19, and have determined to sell
When a female is in trouble or afflicted with
our .urge, prosper'* is, mid well established busi-
disease, or weakness of the back and liinb«. pain
ne « on favorable terms.
This is a rare opportunity for men with means, in the head, dimness of sight, l<»ss of muscular
ol entering into a profitable business with adran- power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, nerv
ousness, extreme unlary difficulties, derangement
tapes never before offered.
of digestive functions, general debili’y, vaginitis,
Fur particulars enqui-e of
all diseases i f the womb, hysteria, sterility, nnd
R 11. M c D onald A CO.,
all other diseases peculiar to females, she should
R. II. M c D onald . )
J. C. Sfi:x< i.n. j
San Fr miei »co, ClI. go or write at. once to the celebrated Female Doe-
N. B. Until a sale is made we hall c mimic our tor. W. K. DrillERTY, nt his Medical Institute,
imp* rt’itimis and" keep a lar
ck ot Í c-h goods and consult him uhout her troubles and disease.
c .i -'mitly on hand, mid sell at prices to ue'y eou- Irregularities, Suppressions, et'*.. will receive the
Doctor*.- particu.rir nt ention. Let no false deli
cacy prevent yon, but apply immediately, a tai save
J iniiarv “th. 1871.
yourself from painful suffering nnd premature
idea'll. All married ladies whose delicate health
or circtiiii.-tances prevent an increase in their fami-
[I e-, should write or call at Dll. ]><)J1 EIU1 Y'S
'.MEDICAL INS’flTl "IE, and they will receive
; every possible relief und help. The Doctoi's of
fices, consisting of n suite of six rooms, are so ar
ranged that lie can be consisted without fear of
Hundreds of Thousands
£ j observation.
Bear testimony to th"lr Wonder
ful Curative Effects.
tt a L.
c «, rt WHAT ARE
or female) residing in any part
C - 3
of the State, however distant, who may desire the
opini in and advice ot 1% Doherty in their respec
tive cases, and who think | r per to submit a writ
ten statement of sue
in preference to holding a
ä T3 personal interview, are respectifully assured that
~ c their coininimtcations will be he'd most sacred.
C -1 Dr. Doherty takes this opportunity of observing
that all letters arc opened ami replied to Ly himself
"lily, and the latter as prom] tlv as poss ilde.
It the case 1>.> fully and car.d dly discrii od. per-
c. e O Q ’
eoinmuniention will be unnecessary, at in-
. b rt •O
-tiuctions fur diet, regimen and the general treat
ment ol the case ii-c f (including the rrmediee),
will le f-T 'ardcd without delay, and in such a
ns to convey no idea of the purport of the
etter < r pored so transmitted.
( "nstiliutions, by letter <r otherwise, FREE,
A ft -t 3 ¡’etuiam nt core guaranteed, or no pay. Addre.s
U. K. DUliEIlTY, M. D., 8an Fraueiseo, Cali
*3 O fornia.
tí <— Q • H o o
TIIEY ARE NOT A VILE
■ 1 5
FANCY DRINK • Ä Î3 ¥ uo
DR. DOUER 1 Y li as just published an important
Poor Ilntn, Whiskey, Proof Spirit!
nnd Refusi Liquors doctor, d,splccil and swect- i ani’ I.let embocying his i.r.n view.« uni avper-
c n. Jto please ths taste, called “ Tonics, ”“Appctiz- ence« in relation to Impotence or Viri'i'y. he ng a
•• Restorers,” ic., that lead the tippler on to •bort treat.-e on Spcrniotorrliœn or Seminal Wenk-
cr iif.-.nc fs a:.J ruin, but arc a true Medicine,made t.e-s. Nervous and Physical debility consequent on
j .a ths alive Roots and Herbs uf California, free this al.ictioii, mid other diseases of the sexual vr-
¡■. •» r 11 Alcoholic St I in n I an tw. They are tfi.o •gins.
Th * iittlc work contain- information »f the llt-
t.R EAT I’.LOOD Pl’RIFIEtl nml A LIFE
c:r. in u URINCIl’LE n perfect Renovator and most value to all, whether innrrird or »ingle and
I.r, : jrati r cft'.ii System, carrying off all poisonous will Le »ent rttEK t V mail on receipt of six cents ia
liait and restoring t'.io blood to a healthy condition, postage ttsiup- lor return postage. A-ldre »
Nop on can t.i’.c these Ritters according to direc-
W. K. DoHERTY, .M. J»..
cn : il remain long unwell.
San Fiauei.-co, Cal.
Í100 vail b I ven for an Incurable case, provided
13 bancs c •a not destroyed by mineral poison or
¡her means, and tho vital organs wasted beyond ths
jint of repair.
For luilaintnulory nnil Chronic Ttlicunia-
ti--ni null Gout, Dyspepsia nr Indigestion,
Bilious, Itcmil tent ai:«l intermittent Fevers,
Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, mid
IHadilcr. these Bitters l ava been most succcss-
f :l. buck Diseases arc caused by Vitiated
Blood, wlr cli is generally produced by derangement
of t'u Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION. Head-
nc'ie, Rain 11 tha Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tho Stomach,
Ra i last.* la the Mouth, R.lions Attacks, Palpitation
cf th: lira t. Inflammation of the Lungs,Rain in th.o
r-glons cf the Eidneys and a hundred other painful
t.—uptoms, era the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Th yiavlgorata the Stomach and stimulate the tor-
pi lliv;rand bowels, which render them of unequalled
cf-'iencyia cleansing t’.ie blood of all impurities, and
importing new life a id v'gor to the whole system. J
FOIISK1N DISEASES, Ernptions.Tctt r. Fait
T.heum, Blotches, Spots, rimpies, Pustules, Boils, Car-
r* x X Cc ~ X
l '.:r.cle3, Ring-Worms. Scald-Head,Fore Eyes, Eryslp.
das. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Il amors
**.*- — « V
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever nama ©mature,
era literally dug up an J carried out oftha system i:i a
r'rer'time by tho U33 of these Bitters. Ono bottlain
Buell caseswill convince the most incredulous of their
p « £
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find its
Impurities bursting through the 6\in in Pimples, Erup
tions pr Sores cleanse it when you find it obstructed
end 6lngglsh i i the rein«¡cleanse it when It 13foul,
c.i I your feelings will tell you when. E :ep the blood
pure and the health cf the system will follow.
PIN, TA PE and other WORMS, larking In the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and r move.!. I’or fill directions, read carefully
tha circular around each bottle, print’d In four lan
guages—English, German, French and Spanish.
J. WALF.ER, Proprietor. R. II. MCDONALD t CO.,
Druggists and Can. Agents. Fan Francisco, Cal„
n.i l K and Cl Ccmmc.ca Street, New York.
ID" SOLD BYALL DRUGGISTS A.ND DEALERS.
TIIE GREAT DIURETIC,
has cured every caso of Diabetes in v.liich it I
been given. Irritati >n of th'* neck of the bladd
at d intimoriti *n ' f the kidney« ulceriti* n of
kidneys and bladder, retention of urine, disco
of ihe pro.-trate gìrind«, sii ne in the 1>1 iddi r. <■
cn’ns, gravel, hr'«', dust depos.t, mi l mi: "ns
inilkv discharge.«, and for enfeebled ind delie
of 1 ot’ sexes, attended with the 1
GOOD SADDLE HOUSES
lowing sytr.i t irt- : In !i«p -i': n to Exertion. 1.
of Power, L >-« of Memory. D ff- ritv of Urea
Which will be hired to no to any part of
ing. Weak Neries, Tri m'din:-. Ilori ir "f Di.-ea
the country at moderate rates.
Animals bought und sold, and horses bro ;e to Wake rubies«. Dinin*--.« of Vi-i >n. Pain in
Bick. Hot lLind.«. I'ii-hing *'t the I! -dv. Dryn
«addle or hai liess.
of the Skin. Ernpti- us oi
tenance, I nive s.il Lassil
I’-* d by jer ons from tin* ages • f eighteen to
twentr-five. uni I o*a th rty live t * fi tv-five, or in
the decline or eh ingc of life : a ter uonGnemciit oi
KAREWSKL having just opened
labor pains ; bed-welting in children.
E , a large stock of
Henry T. Helmbold’s Genuine Prepara
II T. HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT
BUCHU CURES DI8EASES ARISING
FROM IMPRUDENf ES HABITS
OF DISSIPATION. ETC.,
in nil their stages, at litt'e expense, little or no
change in diet, no inconvenience, mid no exp sure.
It causes a frequent de-ire, mid gives stiengtli t<
Urinate, thereby removing O.bstim turns, Prjvctif-
ing nnd Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying
Pain and Inflammation, so frequent in this class
of diseases, and expelling all Poisonous matter.
A GREAT M’DiCÄL DISC9VERY
HENRY T. IIELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE
cannot lie surpassed as a FACE WASH, and wil
bo found the only specific remedy in every species
of Cutaneous Affection. It speedily eradicate?
Pimples, Spots, Scorbutic Dryness, Indurations of
the Cutaneous Membrane, etc., dispels ltedncs-
.nd Incipient Inflammation, Hives. Rash', Moth
Patches, Dryness of Scalp <>r Skin, Frost Bites,
and all purposes for which Salves or Ointments are
used ; restores the skin to a state of purity and
s iftness, and insures cont nued healthy action to
the tissue of its vessels, on which depends tile
agreeable clearne s and vivacity of complexion s<>
much sought and admired. But however valuable
ns a remedy for existing defects of the skin. II T.
Hclmbo d's Rose Wash has long su-tnined its prin
ciple claim to unbounded patronage, by possessing
qualities which render it a Toilet Applentlnge .of rpHE THIRSTY PUBLIC ARE INFORMED
the most Superlative and Congenial eharaetex. R that Pi ape A Savage of the “ New State Sa-
combining in an elegant formula those protninenK ' 'oon ” will quench their thirst with the mo.-t choice
requisites, Safety and I (lieacy—the invariable I BEVERAGES to i.e found in Jacksonville for
accompainments of its use—as a Preservative nnd i V one bit.’" We expect to lose money by it, but
Refresher of the Complexion. It is an excellent thne.- me bard, und wo cannot see pe pie thirsty.
Lotion for diseases of a Syphilitic Nature, and ns
PAPE 1 SAVAGE.
.in injection for diseases of the Urinary Organs,
October 16th, I860.
arj-ing from habits of dissipation, used in connec
tion with the Ex'acts Buchu, Sarsaparilla, nnd
Catawba Grape Pills, in such diseases as iecom
mended, cauuot be surpassed.
* c J
/[orses broke to worv single or double. Horses
boarded, and the best «are bestowed upon them
a in my charge.
^S»“MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE. -T«.
A liberal shar» of public patronage is solicited,
Full and explicit directions accompany the med
J. w. manning . icines.
Jacksonville. Ogn.. Februa y 11th, 1871.
Evidence of the most responsible and reliable
OSEPH WETTERER HAS NOWON HAND
character furnished on application, with hutidred-
and is constantly manufacturing the best Lag
ot thousands of living witnesses, and upward of
er Beer in Southern Orc on, which he will sell in
30.000 unsolicited certificates and recommendatory quantities to suit purchasers. Call und test the THUE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IX-
; A forms the citizens of Jacksonville and surround
letters, many of which aie from the high st article.
ing country, that he is now manufacturing, and
S. DUNLAP. OF THIS PLACE, HAS A sources, including eminent Physicians, Clergymen,
Jacksonville June 5th. 1S69.
will constantly keep on hand, the very best of
etalesmen, etc. The proprietor has never resort
I Lager Beer. Those who wp*h a cool glass of beer
nut. Black Walnut, Butternut and Hickory, for led to their publication in the newspapers ; he does
sale at Lis residence. 1 hete trees are of one y ear’s not do this from the fact that his article rank as
lanks of all description [should give me a call.
Jacksonville, Juno 12th, 1S69.
[standard preparations, and do nut need to be
printed with neatness and dispatch at this of
Jacksonville, April 7th, 1871.
apr8-tf. I propped up by esrtifie&tee.
June 1?th ly.
Fruit Trees For Sale.