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ijhc democratic firnes.
The Law of Newspapers.
THE NEW DISCOVERY
1. Subscribers who do not give express notice
to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con (California Street, one door west of Sachs Bros.,)
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. tinue their subscriptions.
2. If any subscribers order the discontinuance
of their uowspapers, the publisher may coutinue i
to send them until all arrearages are paid.
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their DEALER AND WORKER IN
There are 100 female physicians in newspapers from the offices to which they are di-
reeled, the law bolds them responaible until they
have settled tbe bills, aud order them disuontin
Some women use paint as fiddlers do ued.
4. If subscribers remove to other places with-
rosin—to aid them in drawing a beau.
mil informing the publisher, and the newspapers
There are 1,378,999,090 fellows in the are sent to tbe former direction, they are held re
world besides yourself, reader, scrambling sponsible.
5 The courts have decided that refusing to take
newspapers t¥om tLe offive, or rumeving and louv-
for bread and butter.
them uncalled for, is prirna tacie evidence of
An Indiana woman laments that her iug
8. The postmaster who neglects to give legal
husband had not better sense than to
rREPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI) an assort-
notice of the neglect of a person to take from the
take the best sheet to hang himself.
U iiict.t ut the rent Tin, Sficet-ir.'ii ami Copper
office the newspaper addressed to him, is liable to
Ware, llrasN Pipe«, llytlrati.ic Nozzle«, Force
Allentown, Pennsylvania, is the place tbe publisher fur the subscription price.
Pumps, Chain.«, Lead Pine, H
11 omi , HARDWARE,
to live in. E'ery wife in town gets up
CUTLERY ; NAI..S of Ml ,«i
R. R R.
RADWAY’S READY 'RELIEF
Lu Chemical and Medical Bcience.
CURES THE WORST PAINS
tn from Ono to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
Citer rcaUwz tiitn uil'. e.-tL.einent red aav clc
SUFFER WITH PAIN
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF Is A CURE FOR
It w w il,e fl-,«
Tbe Only Pain Kcnicdy
thnt instantly Flops ihe most <
IntlH.’uniallon-’, and cure* Corgothms.. whether’<»f tL»
Lungs, StomAchf Dowels* cr other nkxuds or urguu*. lv
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTED
t n matter now T!.»lent or < xurucuuli
the num* tFw
RHE( MAT1G. Bed ridden 1 flrn>, Cnppkd,
j.ugic, or prosirutud witTi ulmujv may sutlur
TIN, SHEET IRON,
LEAD & BRASS,
and light» the fires without growling.
It is the fashion now for clergymen to
kiss the bride—without regard to race,
color or previous condition of servitude.
A woman in Mazeppa, Minnesota, won
a hundred dollar wager recently, by eat
ing five quarts of oysters in fifteen min
An Utah man, aged 57, having no
children of his own, and yearning for ju
venile affection, is about to marry a girl
“I pronounce you man and—handover
the $10 before I go any further,” is the
way Connecticut clergymen have of se
curing their fee.
Count Kissittoff is dead. He was a
terror to modest virgins, who were al
ways unwilling to pronounce his name
for fear he would take them at their word.
Mrs. Fisher, in Harrisonville, New
IIaiui>shire, has a charming little boy,
five years old, weighing 130 pounds.
What a sweet little cherub to sit up
A Wilmington (Delaware) pajier an
nounces that a gentleman in that city,
90 years old, who within tire past year
or two has proposed marriage to over 50
ladies, has been advised by the mayor to
take a rest.
There is only one lady down on rubber
bustles. The slippery condition of tbe
Milwaukee flagging the other day neces
sitated her sitting down with enthusias
tic suddenness, and the rebound that fol
lowed drove her head through a sixty-
The young ladies of Buffalo invite
young gentlemen callers to leave their
autographs and the date of their visit in
a small book kept for the purpose. This
book is ¡Misted once a month, and any
young man who has failed to record his
name in that time is dropped from the
A PRETTY FIX FOR A SENATOR
Bar, Plate and assorted Iron
Paints, Oils, Mzos and Olass;
All iinalitiea or Posvdci ;
Shot of all numbers ;
Brushes <»f ewery
en and Wil
DEMOCRATIC TIMES! BRASS AND IRON WIRE.
penter and Wli-
nei’s tools of es ery
I in plenicnts, co insisting of
Cast-iron an<l Steel Plows,
SPICY LOCAL PAPERI
CADLDHONS AND IRON I WASH
KETTLES, CULTIVATORS, ' WHEEL
BARBOWS, ETC., ETC.
—AS WELL AS —
TIIE BEST PAPER!
Always on hand a largo lot of Parlor, Cwokin"
Office and Cabin Stoves, of as-orted sizes, plain j
fuel saving plans.
l - uii - i riieien on latest tuei
HOIL EHS, KETTLES, PO
Ts. PANS and ,
everything connected with these stoves, warrant- i
cd durable and perfect.
Ail articles sold or manufactured by him WAR
RANTED. His work is made of the best nmteii- i
al and of the choicest patterns.
ftF*. rders attended to w ith dispatch, and fill
ed according to directions. He is determined to
sell at LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
ONLY S3 A YEAR,
la I QU OKS
I of all kinds, of the best Brands,Wholesale and Rc- I
TOBACCO AND CICARS,
and in connection with all these I have on hand
a large assortment of
RADWAY’S READY REL!Z?
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR
FIRST AND ONLY SOLUTION ever mail»
In one mixture of Al.I, T'llIC TWELVE
valuable active jiriucipaU of thu Well kuuwu
Asthma, Bronchitis, and consumption.
VNEQUALED in Coughs,
CITI 413 W WITHOUT LUA IT,
A recent cold In three to six hour«; and also,
by its VITALISING, PURIFYING and STI
MULATING effects upon the general ayatem,
is remarkably efficacious in all
DISEASES OF THE BT.OOD.
including Scrotula an 1 Empiions of tbe skin,
Dyspejisia, Diseases of the Liver aud Kidneys,
llcait Disease, and General Debility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES!
Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, without application of
MEAT. A remarkably VALUABLE discovery,
ns the whole apparatus can becarned in the vest
pocket, readv at any time for the most effectual
aud positively curative use iu
Jill Discuses of the NOSE, THROAT
and M M.N.
Tar and Mandrake Pill,
for use in connection with the ET.TXIR TAR,
is a combination of the TWO moat valuable
ALTERATIVE Medicines known iu the Pro
fession, and renders this 1’111 without exception
the verv best ever offered.
The r OLUTION aud COMPOUND ELIXIR of
Is without doubt the Lest remedy known in
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It is a Specific for such diseases, and should be
kept in the household of every family, especially
Curing those mouths iu which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
»reliable to prevail. A small quantity taken
daily wiil prevent contracting these terrible
Solution anl Compound Elixir, $1.00 per Bottlo
Volatile Solution for Inhalation. |5.00 per Dox
Tar and Mandrake Pi Is, SOcts per box.
Send for Circular of POSITIVE CERES
to your Druggist, or to
L. F. HYDE ¿ l CO.,
of all kinds—just what every married nvm wants
in his family. And if you don’t believe it call and
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
, Dr. D. D. GAIÌVITS
195-7th Avenue, yew York.
Sold by all Druggists,
For sale at the < Ti Y Ditt o- :
Importer of Farm Implements & Machines
Jacksonville, Aug. 3 ’72.
THE SACRAMENTO UNION.
Zach. Chandler Gets a Head Put on Him.
Jackson and Josephine Counties f
TIIE POPULAR JO l K -N A I
— OF THE—
At great expense I have obtained a
complete narrative of the celebrated fight
between Zach. Chandler, Radical Senator
AND HAVING A
AND ONE OF THE LEADING NEWSPAPERS i
from Michigan, and Mr. Hannegan, of
Flu i.id, <
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Indiana, son of ex-Senator Hannegan,
er <'orni»! i nt. Hi
who was Minister to Prussia. It hap
pened in the National Hotel, at meal
t.‘ e use
TH E P EO P L E ’ S F A VORI T E,
time. Zach, todk advantage of the for
tuitous concourse of several persons to
This wt 11-kn
cough ami le.ivc I
THAN ANY OTHER PAPER
abuse Hon. Dan. Voorhees loudly while
w ith in- st
THE PEOPLE’S FBI END!
in his presence. His remarks resounded
cause <>l th
all over the dining room, such as “trai
tor,” “scoundrel,” etc., plentifully con IN THESE COUNTIES t
Independent and fearless inti’s course in the fu by a tiim D
sorted with oaths.
ture as it has been in the past, the ’'Union will proved by
“Dan,” said Hannegan, “I wouldn’t
continue its advocacy of the cause of the People as the priq.iic
against demagogue politicians and cliques, and tbe l’utis. Sc
stand that foul-mouthed vituperation.”
corrupt and corrupting designs of the Railroad and ton. Sold l v 1
“I won’t,” said Dan, and he walked
all other monopolies intended to burden and op
press the public, and to build up a moneyed aris
over to Chandler and struck him a back-
tocracy at tbe expense of the liberties of the people.
handed blow, which resounded like a
iu every respect the “Uniou” is unsurpassed by
on the Coast.
SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS! any Its newspaper
weekly record of
Chandler, who had got up wrong end
foremost, immediately struck out at
COMMERCIAL and FINANCIAL MATTER?
Voorhees, and Mr. Hannegan, interpos
Is prepared with the greatest care.
ing, remarked : “Gentlemen, this is not
rruu: i ndeidd . < i : d v I LD 1
Lilly inform their friends i d th- !
the place for a personal collision a din
I erally Imt they have pur< ha
ing room where you disturb other people. ADVERTISING PUBLIC i
THE WEEKLY UNION.
lishuicnt of Mr. Din. Car.
Think of your positions, and do not dis
henceforivard «•miducted under their constatit per
For One Year, per mail.................... ......................$5 no «onal .nipei viiiou, and they guarantee satiila tim
grace your constituents.”
For Six Months................................. ................. 3 00
.............. 2 00 to all who may favor them with their patronage
For Three Months............................
“Who in h—11 are you?” exclaimed
These stables are centrally located, and within
: Convenient ’ii. tance of the various houses of puldii
Chandler, and with that he struck Mr.
Liberal Terms to Clubs.
entertainment. Horses or mules will bo !>.>ar lei
Hannegan with all his force on the side
anil cared for, by the day or week, at moderate
5 Copies for One Year and one copy extra...$20 00 charges. They have the largest stock in Oregon,
of his face.
10 Copies for One Year and one copy extra..
south of Portland, of
20 Copies for One Year and one copy extra.. 60 I'll
Hannegan was stunned by the blow,
BUGGIES AWD CARRIAGES
Trrmt imariably in Advance.
which he had not expected, being a
with single or double tennis, for hire on reason
peacemaker, and not a fighter ; but he
able terms ; a so,
Jiff' Papers to clubs must invariably be sent to
one address, and no addition of names to clubs can GOOD SAUDI.Id llOltSl'.S
picked up a molasses pitcher and brought
be made, except to expire with the original list.
Which will be hired to go to any part of
it down on Zach’s forehead so that he
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS FOR 1873.
the country at moderate rates.
was covered with blood and molasses,
Animals bought aud «old, and horses bro :o to
saddle or harnei
which, strange as it may appear, seemed
all kinds of
RUBLI A WILSON.
to improve his appearance. He took up
JAMES ANTHONY A CO.,
the nearest jug he could find to strike
49 and 51 Third Street,
with, but Hannegan ducked liis head,
and Zach struck an entirely harmless
THE DISCOVERER DISCOVERED!
person in the abdomen, who forthwith
I)n. LIVINGSTONE IN AFRICA.
got the cramps and walked out of the
dining-room on his belly. Hannegan
The Adventures of a most Adventurous Life
said that he now understood that Zach
ST A N LEY- LI VINGSTON E EX PEDITI ON
meant business, so forth he took that
On Oregon street, Jacksonville,
great patriot by the top-knot, and push
to Africa. Large Octavo volume, just issued. Con
tains incidents of the Wonderful Career of tbe
ing bis bead down to the floor, dragged
Traveler, the Country, Animals. Natives.
MANNING & ISH, Prop’s. great
him along, planting blows all over his
Hunting, etc. Full account of this most interest
frontispiece, and nearly making an in
Having just received from San Francisco a new ing part of the globe. Also to sell our new work,
telligent countenance out of tbe Senator.
PLAIN HOME TALK,
Much spent, gasping and frothing, Zach-
HARNESS, BUGGIES i CARRIAGES
AND MEDICAL COMMON SENSE. No com
ariah followed his hair across the floor;
I petition. There never was a book published like
I am now prepared to furnish my patrons, and it. Full particulars by mail. State book wanted.
and several ladies rushing in, cried :
th» public generally, with as
A. L. BANCROFT A CO.,
“Oh don’t kill that man I”
San Francisco, Cal.
“No, ladles,” said Hannegan; I Just
as can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle horses A Good Farm and Stock Ranch for Sale.
want to keep him from injuring me, and
NEATLY A PROMPTLY EXECUTED hired to go to any part of the country. Animals
tf you will take care of him I shall let
GOOD farm and Stock Ranch tor sale, with
BOUGHT A SOLD.
good barn and out buildings and
him go immediately.”
Horses broke to work single or double. Ilorscs
With this Hannegan gave Zach a last
bearded, and the best care bestowed upon them
30 ACRES IN GRAIN
while in my charge.
shpt, which effectually finished him, and
^iTMY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.-»^
The farm is located on Jackars creek, six miles
the Michigan Ajax rolled over on hl«
A liberal share of public patronage is solicited. west of Jacksonville, For further information
aek and was wheelbarrowed away by
MANNING & 1811.
inquire at the farm of
IM. C. MILLER.
«ome of the servants.— Chicago Tribuiw.
Jacksonville, Ogn., Fobruary 11th, 1871.
AT REASONABLE RATES!
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EA E
FLAMMArioN OF Till. KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE ET.ADD”?
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF TIIF. LUNG!»
FORE THROAT, DIFFHTLT BKEAllIINO
PALPITATION OF THE ULART.
BYJTZRP'S. < ltovp, DIPHTHERIA.
< ATARRH, INFLUENZA.
HEADACHE, TOOTFTAt HE.
Vinegar Ritters are not a vile Fancy Drink, I
made of Poor Rtim.^Vlilslty, Proof Spirits and
R fuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened
to please the taste, called “Tonics,” “Appetizers,”
“ Restorers,” Ac., • sat lead tile tippler on to drunk
er. aess and min. uut are a irue Medicine, made
from the native roots and herbs of California, free
from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great
Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect
Ren >vator and Invigoraior of the System, carrying
off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and
Invigorating both miml and body. They are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain
in their results, sale and reliable iu all loruis of
Ko Person can take these Bitters accord
ing to directions, anil remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison
or oilier means, and the \ ttal organs wasted beyond
the point of repair.
Dyspepfsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs. Tightness of the Chest,
Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad I
Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, l’am in the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dvspepsia. In these
complaints it has no equal, ami one bottle v.ill
prove a bettor guarantee of its merits than a
For Fi-inulc < oiiiplaiiits. in young O'- old.
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, cr
the turn of life, these Tonic Litters display so de
ci led an influence that a marked improvement is
NFFRALGTA. RUEUM ^Tl'.M,
COLD CHILLS, At.! F: < hills .
TI k : .,1'plic.non < f H e Rt'miy Relief V. the pnrt er
pirt. where tl.e pain cr uiiiicufty ex.»l. will »fluid
ii-id c'.mfi rt.
Twentv drop. In half t tuml.fi r cf water will In a few
r- • urOcnr.- ( KAMPS. SPAbMS. SoCR STOMACH.
HEARTBVRN, SU B JIFAHAi HE, DIARRHEA,
DYSEN TERY, COLIC. WIND IN THE BOWELS,
uudull INTERNAL PAINs.
Traveier.-li.Hkld alwa) •. miry a kittle nf iatlwav’t
Itecdy Kelief '• ;’fi them. A few Uro:.. >u wider .11
I ieveat -1< v.-w or pairs from cbalixi vf water, k MH
Lti.lcr tbiiu 1 re'icii IVamly ,,r Bitter, us a si
I EVEIC AND AGIL.
FEVER AND AGI’E . ■ red f r t.ly cei.r«. There 1»
r t areintilii.i uz'.i.t in th
Vi teat wid cure h'ev'.r
a id Ague, an l all other Maia ions. Kl'lous, feast. Tv-
1 in ml, Ylivw. and i.thcr l.vir« i.ddid l.v RAl’WAVS-
FILLS) » j
as BADWAY " REVDY KELIEF-
1 ffiy iau per bvttle. S'»M fiy Druggist.,
STRONG AND TI RE FI< 11 BI.OOD-INTR.IASM
OF I'l.FsH AND WEIGHT—CLEAR SKIN' AND
LEAb'TIFL'L COMPLEXION SLCLKED 1'0ALL.
IIA5 MADE THE MOST ASTONIMI1NG CURT" ;
SO CH ICK, h l RAPID ARE THE CHANGES
THE BODY I NDERGOFS FNDF.lt THE IN-
FLUEN' E of ILlIu TRULY WONDERFLL
For liitlainiiiatory nn<l Chronic Ttheu-
matiani and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bil
Every Day an Fncreasa in FJcsh
and Weig!r; ¡3 Seen and Felt.
THE CREAT DLOOD PURIFiE.^.
ious, Remittent az I Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these
Bitters have been most successiul. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
TN-ery drop of the f A K'A I A RTl.Ll AN RESOLV
L.<T vou'nnmlcab.•» through tiie
and other fluhiR And Juicx s the
the vigor »»f lif*.
f >r it nmair»; the
< f Hie body ulth ntw and Sound
mterial. Scrofula, Svphil:», ConsumpHoti. Glaiid'ifar
f’lr.-un-c. Vice > m th • Ti. < at. Month, Tun « fm . Nouet la
t ie Glands find cliar j art . of the ayM«n>, S re EvLs,
Stniiat’UB I’i<d::irg i f:« in tlic j- .i>, unu the w<i*t
fdins of Suin diseas»'^, Eiupticrs. L v l r b'rr*, Sx < i
]!• id. Ring Worm, >a!t Rheum. F.i v-1; tAcne, Bia- c
hn< :s. w
in 1 he Hv*h. 'J i i:.< > Ca: icr> in thy
XV. inb, a id .11
we.ikei.f nml ¡ alnfu' di-vl.
f Sperm, anti ;» ! u .t-’t ^of the life pi nut-
pie. re with n the curative rt ve of tLB u under <4 Mud-
cm ’l iietniîffrv, ami a f» v <’ rs’ um - u i l lu -ve to ar V
it f r i
IL Si Ul dl-C.13. Itw
it power tn cure I ht tn.
If the rati.-, t, u...‘y be. limit ¡r rcduc ' d bv tliA wartet
and òecoinpositioTi lint is coiiihiuuBy 1 : 1 L’F vsì Ì! f. BUC-
cecdr: in .urv<iiitf these wastes, and r< ! :U! ’ li.” san i u u i
lltfW material n. i
from bealtliv tlo •«I—uhd th.s Ite
t-AR,S.\ PA RILJ.J AN w ’1 :in<i »b es a ’HI •%
No t mily llOCH tt.e SARsAFAItrLLlA.Y J?i>oT.vr*.T exM
n”. k : i »’.vu rcnio'Ii.fl agents iu lb-* cut u f < *hroi -c. Sur* f ;•
it ut H.
;.,.d bkitl uibwiuacd ; Lut it ¡to the uh;/
1 -c. <
1 .ó: iw cure for
They are n Gentle Purgative ns well as
a 'i'onic. possessing also the peculiar merit of act
ing as a powerful agent in rchei ing Congestion cr
Inflammation of tlie Liver and Vuccral Organs and
iu L.lious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions. Tetter, Salt-
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations ot the Skin,
Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever
name cr nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the system in a short time by the use of these
Hitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the
most incredulous of their curative effects.
Cleanse tlic Y'itiateil Blood whenever yon
find its impurities bursting through tiie skin in
l implcs, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish iu the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the .system
Wil! foil " .
Grateful Thousands proclaim VlS'KCAI’. BtT-
Trns tiie most wonderful Invigoraut that ever sus-
t_:ned tho sinking system.
Pin, Tape, and other Worm«, lurking tn
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
d'str>yed ami removed. Says a distinguished
physiologist: There is scarcely an individualou the
face of the ettr.h whose body is exempt front the
presence of worms. It is not upon the healthy
dements of the body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed
these living monsters of disease. No system of
r.icdiftne, no vermifuges, t.o anthelminitics, will
free the system from worms like these Bitters.
Mechanical Diseases.— Persons engaged In
T. aits ¿ml Minerals, such ns Plumbers, Type-
s it rs. Gold-beaters, an l Kiners, as they advance
In life, arc subject, to paralysis ci the Bowels. To
guard against tl.is, take a dose of W alklk ' s V ix -
g.i nt Birrmts twice a week.
Bilious, Keuu.tcnt, nml Intermittent
Fevers, wl’.ich are so prevalent i.i the valleys uf
our great rivers throughout the I nited States,
c pccially those of th ■ MissL-sippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red,
Colorado, Erazos, F.io Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Autumn,
end remarkab'y so during seasons of unusual heat
and dryness, are invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements of tho stomach and fiver, and
other abdominal viscera. lit their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these
various organs, is essentially necessary. There is
no cathartic fur the purpose equal to Bit. J. W alk -
i : k ‘8 Y ixegar BiTn.us, as they will speedily
remove the dark-colorcj \is< i l matter with which
the bowels are loadcsl. at tiie same time stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
tiie healthy functions of the digestive organs.
Scrofuia, or King’s Evil, White Swellings,
Fleers, Erysipelas. Swi 11. d Neck. Goitre. Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Soro
Eyes, etc., etc. In these us tn all oth< r constitu
tional Diseases, W alkek ' s V isecar B itters have
shown their great curative powers >u the most
ob/tmate and intractable cases.
Ekiclncy & EHn<ldcr ComplatKH,
T’r narv. flnd W^r.ib disease».«, Gravp\ Plain-trs, Drops*.,
i f Water, Iucniitiix-nv«* of ( l ine, BrUiitt'* I); :-
c tse. Al. nninuria, and in a I c.i.-» s wherr llierc urr brie :«
or the w:tt< r is thick. rh»»nb . mixed ys ?’ x
j ti«-’ uh t s li.ic the whir • < f at» « g*, or thread« Hkc white
I k . or thcr ha morbi!, dark, bilioii« appearance,and
V. Lite b.-K..ÎUWt <J pOMlla. : nd w!n n Cla re 1» a pntkinr,
I liming selection v. hc i pa-Mn*f wati r. and pain Iu tbe
.. a’l of the B m .*< Ilvi «ubli^ t«A«J LdiitO. 1 1-Ck,
WORMS. -The r- !y tuotvn and sure Remedy
f r h
Tumor of 13 Year*’ GrowUi
Cured by Iladwaj ’» Kcaolvcnt.
B kvfklv . M<«■».. July !Hr lt!C3.
Dr.. R •.’» way ■ —T have I hu I < hari.m Tumor iit the orxriu »• 4
I w Is. A 11 t hr I> «ct-Ti b .id *• I’ k re w:*< ii«» help for it.” I tried
every thing that wn« rermniiirtKltd ; lot n*Mh:nj
taw x nttr Hv» ’Ivent. tirid thtou'lit I would irv it ; but hi»J no faith
iu it, becate»» I h id Buffered L>r twelve ><-ar%. I Iwk »ix botlh«
<f the Rveut, *;id one b«'X of Radvmv's Fill#,and two tat
tles of y <ttr Rmdv K»!i« f; end there is iivt n sign of lumar to Le
and I fvrl better, smarter, m.d ’ h|>| icr than I hs.i
fur twelve yeert. The " ■ r>t lunior wks in th. hit side of the
bowels, over the p-r in. I write this l > sou fvr tLe bcD«.Lt ul
oUivru You can j ublish it it you choose.
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
PERFECT PUP.GATIVE PILLS,
f •rect!y t.ri4ei’R% elegantly co: it ml with
j ’trgr. regulate, purify, c eanM». an str i ati., n. Had-
wavs Pills», for the <-ur • of all <li>oidcis ■ o ll.e st. meh.
Liwr. Bowels. K'4 im ” % Bhi<M<r. Nt
2 e tili. Dise
Hetdache, <’«YU<ipat!u i.
CoMlven« m ........................
I nd iac st ion.
I»y«pe Mi, Biliou ii •”».
-us Fever, Inftatniimiion of
the wow.-ij». I’ilv*,'Cid all I >ciu’lgriiirnt*« fthe Internal Via*
cera. Warranted to effect j OMtivecurc. Purely Vegeta
ble,r-n- ’rii-.i it«» mercury, rnlueral.',dclvter’«.U< drue*.
O .’“■■tt* th-* t ! iwiig byinj.iuiub iiauitii«# from
I>.- . lersui the lJ<gc.<ive Oi^aus:
C t.DAti'n, Inward
Fullne-.s cf the Rlc^d In the Head,
A* ¡'lay < f the ''i • ilu h, Nantes. Hrartlurn. L)ie<ust ot fr.«cd,
F •il.i.rs« or \\ t«i^ >t »n th- M »mjuh. S tir Eructations, Sinking or
J .u’.ierug at the Pit ' f the Mctonth. Swimmtnif of tbe Head,
H .rried ii..! DifH uk Breath.n*. I Ijticrir.p at the Heart. Cbokin<
or SuJ ating Senviti’Bfc whr:i in n
I ••lurr. L>:uinrss of
\ aieu. lAL> or U c’»s Ik-for»* lhe S’qrht, Fever ar>d Dull I’s.n .a
enev of t’er*|>irat»on. Yellowness < f (be >kin
ant I ah , Pain n the Side, ( Lr>», limbs, aud sudden 1 ¡u.L« ot
burning in thv Fl •*’>.
A few d
5 » f R AHWAY’S TILLS will fne the ®ra.
n” the L-■ V» in • d •• • r ’ cjj . Priec, 2 a Cei.Ll
] t box.
BY I HU.’GGISTS.
READ ’ FALSE AND TUBE.” Send one Mtcr-
Fta-iip lu RADWAY' A CO., N«i. Jy Muicb u Lane. New-
York. JufoiniutiC'U Wvita
wi.l I ’atnt you.
Dr. Walker’s California Vinegar Bit
ters act on all these cases in a similar manner.
By purifying the Bloo.l they remove the cause, and
by resolving away the effects of the inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive
health, and a permanent cure is effected.
Tlit properties of Dit. W alker ' s V inegar
B itters are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative. Diuretic, Sedative. Counter-
Irritant, Sudoritic, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
Tiie Aperient and mild l axative properties
of lm. W alkek ’ s V inegar B itters are the best
cafe-guard in cases of erupt ions and malignant
fevers. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro
perties protect tiie humors of the fauces. Their
Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous sys
tem, stomach, anil bowels, from inflammation,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Tlieir Counter-Irritant influence ex
tends throughout the system. Thar AuU-Eilious
properties stimulate the liver, in the secretion cf
Lile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure
of Bilious 1'evcr, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify tlic body ngainst disease by
purifying all its fluids with V inegar B itters . N o
epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Direction».— Take of the Bitters on going to
bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine-
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-<b>or exercise. They aro
composed of purely vegetable ingredients, aud
contain no spirit.
This wonderful vc2,etable
restorative is the sheet-an
'chor of the feeble and debil
itated. As a tonic and cor
dial for the aged and languid
it has no equal amonix stom
achics. As a remedy for the
nervous weakness to which
women are especially subject,
R. H- MCDONALD <L CO.,
Druggists and Geu. Agts., San Francisco, Cab, A
it is superseding every other
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N.Y.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Si DEALERS.
stimulant. In all climates—
tropical, temperate or frigid
MILLINERY STORE. —it acts as a specific in every
CALIFORNIA STREET, (Under Home’s Hall,)
species of disorders which un-
'dermines the bodily strength
*BXHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT and breaks down the animal
| fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and |
vicinity, that they have just received from San spirit.
Francisco their Spring Stock of M illinery Goods and
are prepared to furnish their customers with tho
latest styles of H ats , B onnets , H ats ami B on
net S hapes , A c . Also a new and fine assort
T R1M M1NG S.
OR X A M E X TS,
RIBBONS, PEARL BEADS,
JIEXK AX Ml STAXG [Six
Fur Man and Bead.
Probably few articles have ever had so extensive
a sale, while none have been more universally ben
eficial than tbe celebrated MEXICAN MUSTANG
L1I IMENT. Children, Adults, H<>rs<*s. and Do
and other articles in our line too numerous to mestic Animals, are always liable to accident, and
it is sale 1« say that no mtnily can pass a single
season without some kind of nn emollient being
necessary. It becomes a matter of importance
then to secure the best.
Over three hundred livery stables iu the city of
New Yo-k alone are using the Mexican Mustang
Liniment, in all of which it gives unusual satisfac
Caution.—The genuine is wrapped in a fir.»
Steel Plate engraving with “G. W. Westbrook,
Chemist.” and •‘Trade Mark. A merican M b » tam «
HE GUIDE is now published quarterly. 25 L inimknt ,” engraved across the wrapper. Tho
... ~ year,
„Illc(1' whole bears the proprietor’s private United States
Cents pays for the
is not half the cost. Those
r~ who afterwards
________ send I Revenue Stamp, and not a common stamp, a» used
L yon MAnrFACvuiii.N'G Co.,
money to the amount of O n D ollar or more for
53 Park Place. N.Y.
Seeds, may also order 25 Cents worth extra_ the)
price paid for the Guide.
The Janunrv number is beautiful, giving plans
ALL KINDS OF
for making Rural IDmies, Designs for Dicing Ta
ble Decorations, Window Gardens, etc., and con
taining a mass of information invaluable to the
lever of flowers. One hundred and fifty pages, on
N eatly and C heaply ’ E xecuted
fine tinted paper, some five hundred Engravings
and a superb colored plate and chromo cover.
Tho first edition of 200,000 just printed in
English and German, and ready to send out
JAMES Y’ICK, Rochester. N. Y.