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How to M anage a H csband .—
A lady read t he following paragraph in
a paper: “A young wife once cured
her husband of a disposition to absent
himself from home at night by provid
ing a good dinner, and saying to him
afterward, »George, if you find a
sweeter spot than our home, describe
it to mo, and I will rival it if I die in
the attempt.’ A kiss and a few tears
completed the victory.” This lady
tried the game on her husband, lie
wasn’t melted a bit ; lie merely said,
“When you can get the boys to come
here and smoke cigars and talk poli
tics, and you set up a keg of lager, you
can count mo in. I like the company
of the boys; I do.” Our lady saw that
sentiment had no effect on him. She
didn’t throw herself on his neck and
hug and wet his paper collar with
tears ; but she took a saucer and fired
it at his head, and followed it with a
cup, and ended by slinging a dish of
strawberries on his shirt l>osom. Since
that time he has been an exemplary
husband. Yet he does seem very
anxious for her to visit her dear moth
er as often as four or live times a week.
ïhc ïlcmarrafk îinics.
AUGUST 7. 1874.
T he F i nny M an of C ongress .—
Tlu* funny man of the House last Win
ter, say* the Washington correspond
ent of the Cincinnati Commercial, is
said to be Mr. Nesmith, of Oregon,
who tells <»n himself some very amus
ing »tories. He served one term in
the Senate several years ago, and a
few (lavs after be was sworn in he was
passing one of the cloak rooms, and in
side was Fessenden, Morrill, and sev
eral others, whose names we can’t call.
They hailed him, invited Idin in, and
after conversing for a few moments,
they asked him, very abruptly :
“Mr. Nesmith, you have come from
a very wild country, where you «ay
the greater portion of your life has
been passed. Will you tell us what
first struck you on coming to the Sen
“Well, gentlemen, when I took my
seat in this august body, said to tie
composed of the brains of the country,
I was overwhelmed with the strange
ness of the one idea—how I came to be
B eauregard H eard F rom .—Gen.
G. 1*. T. Beauregard, the Confederate
“Oh ! Ah ! Ugh ! So ! And then, commander, has received the appoint
Mr. Nesmith, what then ? What was ment of chief engineer of the Argen
your next cause tor wonder ?”
tine Republic, with a salary of $20,000
“The next thing, gentlemen,” an in gold per annum, and he will sail
swered Nesmith, slowly gathering up from New York lor South America
his great length, “that came to me within a few (lavs. lie will have
and puzried me more than the first charge of the defensive works, and
thought, was how in the deuce all you will also superintend the exploration
of the La Plata river.
other fellows got here !”
There was a shout, and from that
day these solemn old fellows who
had thought to overawe by their pom
posity the crude young Senator were
his sworn friend«, and never neglected
an occasion to tell this story.— Brook i
T he D ead of R ebellion F ame .—
Of the men who were prominent in the
secession contest there have died Pres
ident Lincoln, Admiral Farragut, Sec
retary Seward, General Thomas, Sec
retary Stanton, Mr. Crittenden, Chief
Justice Taney, Gen. Lee, Chief .Justice
Chase, Gen. Ewell, Secretary Smith,
Rear Admiral Winslow, Minister Day
ton, Attorney-General Bates, John M.
Mason, Charles Sumner, Gon. Rnsseau,
C. L. Vidlandigham, Stephen A. Doug
in«, Rear Admiral Foote, Charles R.
Ellet, Gen. Slemmer, General Codman,
Gen. Magruder, Horace Greeley, Wm.
L. Yancey, Minister Orr, Governor
Andrew, John Slidell, George Sanders,
Gov. Brough, Gov. Pickens (South
Carolina), Edmund Ruffin, John Dan
iel, Howell Cobb, Gen. Meagher, James
Buchanan, John Tyler, Jamee L. Pet-
tigru, Percival Drayton, Rear Admiral
Dahlgren, Franklin Buchanan, Gen.
Meade, Gon. Halleck, Governor Geary,
Gen. Gan by, (ion. Harvey Brown,
Wm. Whiting, Secretary Rawlins and
Garrett Davis. With the exception of
President Lincoln and Gen. Canby,
who were assassinated, and Mr. Ruffin,
who shot himself, and Gen. Meagher,
who was drowned, ail the persons
named died natural deaths. No men
tion is made of anyone who fell in bat
the river, tost both oars, and came
near being swamped. Determined to
do what he had never done before, he
dropped on his knees, and exclaimed,
“Oh, Massa I-ord, if eber you’s gwine
|<> help old Im. now !• de time !”
SADDLERY AND HARNESS
MEN’S AND BOYS’ SADDLES, from
HARNESS, per sett, from
LADIES’ SADDLES, from
Dr. J. IVnlker’s Cnlilbrnia Vin-
(‘ffnr Bitters are a purely Vegetable
HORSE COLLARS, from
BLACK-SNAKE WHIPS, from
HEAD IIALTERS, from
And all our goods at equally LOW RATES. We warrant all the above work,
want these times is a fair living profit.
Give us a call and see if we wont do all we assert.
Repairing promptly done.
TAP The highest cash price paid for Deer Skins.
Jacksonville, 13th, 1874.
The Law of Newspapers.
IMPROVE YOUH POULTRY.
1. SnbscrilHTs who do not give express
notice to i he contrary are considered as wish [T
COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP
ing to continue their subscriptions.
2. If any »ubsoriliers order the discontin-1
uanee of their newspapers, the publisher '
mav continue to send them until all arrear
ages are paid.
THAN POOR ONES!
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to trike
their news|>a|H*rs from the offices to which
they are directed, the law holds them re
sponsible until they have settled the bills, ■The OAKLAND POULIE" TABES,
and ordered them discontinued.
4. It subscribers remove to other places
Corner of Sixteenth and Castro Sts.,
without informing the publisher, ami the
newspa|»ers are sent to the former direction,
they are held responsible.
5. The courts have decided that refusing
to take news,»a|MTs from the office, or re
moving and leaving them uncalled for, is
SEASON or 1874.
prima facie evidence of intentional fraud.
6. 'File postmaster who nogleets to give
the legal notice of the neglect of a person to
take from the office the newspapers ad
EGGS FOR HATCHING
dressed to him, is liable to the publisher for .
the subscription price.
From the largest and best bred Fowls in
Carefully packed and warranted to carry
ALL KINDS OF
safel.y anv distance. The varieties comprise
i Dark and Light Brahmas. Buff and I’art-
. ridge Cochins, White leghorns, lloudans,
; and Silver Spangled Hamburgs.
Black Spanish, White Dorkings, Golden
Polands, Aylesbury Ducks, and Game.
Sebright and Black African Bantams.
A fine invoi's* of Bronze Turkeys, weigh
ing 60 tbs. to the pair just received.
Send stamp for illustrated circular to
GEO. B. BAYLEY.
Importer and Dealer of Choice Poultry.
// o furrly I fjef.ii ..- l'>
n, ccw’f'jsed ef
Calwaya Bark, liaoti, Htrlt and /-ruitt, amcn^
nili it fcun.1 Sarta^ariiian, Dandclien,
Wild Cherry, Sassafras, Tansy, Genitan, Sweet
.’ lay, etc.-, also Tannrind», Dates. Prunes a nd Juni-
l»er I .ernes, /rrrrrr ed m a sn ficicnt quantity (enly)
vf the spirit r/Sugar Cane to k. ep in any ciintate.
in. ar ally relieve and . ure the follou-iny
nts: I'ysfepsra, Jaundice, Lf.-er Com-
I css rf ypdite. Headache, Bilious At~
t.i Xx, A, :. r and . 1 ¡fue, .Summer Complaints, Sour
\.h, /'aifitation of the Heart, General Debili-
/l . <
are espcc tally adapted as a remedy
/ »X .
..¿Stases to which
if men will enjoy good health. 1-t
No Person can take these BiHers
U’ATCHIX, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SII.-
’' verwarv, etc., has received a large ad
dition to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
ELGIN AND WALTHAM,
Uoldand Silver Watches, Gold and Silver
Chains, all imported from the first manufac
turers in the East. A line lot of SETH
EIGHT-DAY WEIGHT CI.iM’KS.
Also all kinds of E khit -D ay am » 30- iioit .
C ixjcks ; P ocket C ctlery and W illow
W are of all kinds ; a new assortment of the
THE LARGEST POSTER
in li.c vr.H< vs of <>ur great rivers through
out the Unit,
the is- i - - io i, f>liio. Missouri. Illinois,
Tellc, Ctiii(b< rhind. Arkiuisas. Bed,
< ’olor:> !o. J i’ll
Rio ( ir;:nde. Pearl, Ala-
bams. )!..!. i.d . S; v.ni . b. Ro:.nokf. J:;m«-«,
ail<I many others, with llicir vast tnbu-
t.-.ric'i, thr.<i ughiHit our » ntire country dur
inu th. Sumn; it r and Ant'imn, and r> nu.rk-
ably so durii.2 v si-oui!«- uf unusual lie; t end
«lrync-s. are in n arinbly iceompuiiiod by , \-
tensive derail; gem* nt-, of the stemiu-h :u.d
liver, and other
“ : bdomii.Hl viscera. Ii. their
treatment, a pm
iiiflutuce upon these various organs, u>
c -s< ntially ni.eessary.
rv. There isnocuthar-
ticl’oi the purpose e.pial toDu. J. W alker ’ s
V ixegai : Bi iters , as they will speedily re
move the dark-colored viscid matter with
which the bowels arc loaded, nt the seme
time stimulating the secretions of the
liver, and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Head-
nchc.I’ain in the Shoulders.Coughs.Tight
ness of the ( best. Dizziness. Sour Eructa
tions of the Stomach, Bud Taste in the
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain
in the region of the Kidneys, and a hull-
(.lied other painful symptoms, are the oil
springs of Dyspepsia. One bottle will
prove a better guarantee of its merits tLaii
a lengthy advertisement.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
rr<- ■-s'. .-T; and ai
as a tonic Jir
for the Agttf
Debilitated, kaino tqual. They arc strictly intend*
cd a* i « I Temperance
ci»: f trance Tonic cr
flitters, to be used aj
medic ¡nt only, and always according to directions.
S old ev A ll F irst - class D ruggists .
according to dir<‘etions. and r< main long
unwell, provided their b«m< s are not de
stroy'd by mineral poison or other means,
mid vital organs wasted bevond repair.
(rial' till Thousand» proclaim Vixr.-
<;ti< Bi 11 . cs f’.n most wonderful Invigor-
» nt that ever susfaim d the sinking system.
Bilious, liernit(ent. and Inter
mittent Friers, which are SO pr- valent
General Agent for the Dmitry World, a
monthly magazine, devoted entirely to
Poultry, The ls-st paper published in the
country, Subscription 81.25 per year. Also
agent for the .Iwifrieiii Standard of Ercel-
lence. Price 50 cents, Agents wanted in
town in the
further information address Box (¿59, San
Please state what paper you saw this ad-
February 28th, 1874
preparation, made chiefly from the native
lierbs found on the lower ranges of the Sier
ra Nevada mountains of California, tho
medicinal properties of which are extract
ed therefrom ait'iout the u.-e of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily asked, “What
is the cause of the unparalleled bitccess of
V ini oxu B itters ?” Our answer is, that
they remove the cause of disease, and the
patient recovers his health. They are the
great blood purifier and a life-giving prin
ciple, a perfect Renovator and Invigorutor
of i hr system. Never before in the history
of the world has a medicine been com-
po mdetl possessing the remarkable qual
ities of ViNEGMi B itters in healing the .sick
of every disease man is heir to. They arc a
gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, reliev
ing Congestion or Inflammation of the
Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious Dis
them use V ixegau B itters a« a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants
in every form.
■ - rS» ’
1 >• I Illliv
J. LTEUBER. Agent, Jacksonville
S pecial attention is called
io tin* great iinuiov.-nM-ntx umile
r.i’viitly ¡.i Hit« i w.-ileiit Maritine,
mui to I tic licit «tetti elegsiit Htjlvawf
< i'.i.s mill.-il to oa.* list«
] Aor filose xvlio prefera Ma-
« Eiiiu* f«*v<iingthè work n waj f'.-om
(hi* <>|i"r:itor, He uow Lati* our* ot
flint «iribcriiHion. «|ui.*l,<an%.i-mniiii>g
ti:i<l Imi lux i» Il 111*.* otlie-r pi-culi irti*
G ii * «iGicr stj 5.*.
s sure to please. If there is
<>«»»• within h U mmwwum I will's of
E'rtiii<*is«*<» not working writ, I
w ill attcml to it w ittiont snv expci:«»
NAMIEI. HILI., A»t,
StTofiila. or King’s Etil. White
Swellings, Ulcers,. Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck. Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Intlaiumatiuns, Mercurial Affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin.
Sore Lyes, etc., etc. In these, as in all
other const itutioRal Diseases, W alki . b s
V inegar Buri ns have shown their go al
curative powers in the most obstinate and
s the on!v Maciaine that
«•au »en in mor«* tlmu our «tu-.-e»
tioii—hating n re versi lile finti— •»
great luiiautagi* in InMeuing rulla
ol'nmiUM, iu quilting, «*t<*.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Blienmutism. Gout, Bilious, Remittent
tlie Florence, or
j si*ti«l i«»r Circiilnr iiim I suinpl ■
ol Work bclore joii
Ing Machine. BI Y *I11E làKST I
.ilactiines sold on liberal tenus.
and Intermittent l'cwrs, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, these
Toys for the Holidays,
Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases are
NEATLY EXECUTED AT
by Vitiated Blood.
Diseases.— Persons en
ALBUMS, DOLLS, BABY WAGONS,
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, 'i’vpe-setters, Gold-beaters, and
In fact everything that is wanted for the hol Miners, as they advance in life, aic- sub
L3 SAMUEL II1LL, Agent,
idays. A fine lot of SILVER-PLATED ject to paralysis of the Bonds. To guard
So. 19 Nrw Montgomery Mn*l,
WA RE of the best quality. Also a tine lot ot against this, take a dose of W alker ’ s
Grand llotvl Haildisiy, S jh / >ouri«c*
Mt '■lie Rojtes, Aeeuideonn, Guitars, ViolutA, etc. \ ixt gar B itti rs occasionally.
A Fine Assortment of
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,letter,
CHEWING and SMOKIAd; 7T)RACCO, I Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, THE NEW DISCOVERY
Pipes, 1‘ipe-stems, and anything of that Pustule«, Boils, Carbuncles, Kingworms,
Tn Chemical and Medical Science,
kind that mav be wanted. I am also Agent Scald Head. Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
for the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR Scurfs, Discoloration of tiieSkin. Humors
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them I and Diseases of theSkiuof whatever name DR.E.F. GARVIN’S SOLUTION OF TART
constantly on hand. I have just received
the latest improved Florence, which feeds or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the .system iu a short time by the
the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
R. GARVIN S SOLUTION AND COM-
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned use of these Bitters.
|M>iind elixir of tar, first and only solu
and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
Pin. rl’ape. and other Worms, lurk
tion ever made in one mixture of all the
Machines cleaned and repaired.
ing in thesy stein of so many thousands, are
valuable active princijiala of the well
f-if- Give me a call.
effectually destroyed and removed. No twelve
known curative agent,
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no
V.T MOST REASONABLE RATES! I ST.
MARY'S ACADEMY. unthclminitics, will free the system from
FINE TREE TAR,
worms like these Bitters.
in coughs, colds, catarrh, asth
FRANCO-AM E R TC AN
For Female Complaints, in young Unequaled
ma, bronchitis and consumption.
or old, married or .single, at the dawn of
Cures without tail a recent cold in three to
THE SISTERS of the HOLY NAMES, womanhood or the turn of life, these Tonic
six hour« ; and also by its vitalizing, purify
HOTEL <fc RESTAURANT,
Bitters display so decided an influence ing and stimulating effect« uj>on the general
system, is remarkably efficacious in all dis
that improvement is soon perceptible.
rilHE SCHOLASTIC YEAR .OF TFITS
eases of the blood, including scroftila and
Opi>osite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
1 school will commence about the middle
eruptions of the skin, dyspepsia, diseases of
rest assured that your liver is not doing its the liver and kidneys, lieart tlisease and gen
_ Prepared and bottled under ye immediate supern-
of eleven weeks each. The following are the work. The only sensible treatment is to eral debility.
aion of Professor Thomas B. CroM, for ye last
promote the secretion of the bile and
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES !
Board and tuition, ¡»er term,...........
$40.00 favor its removal. For this purpose use
This celebrated Liniment has no equal in ye world
and has produced more cures of Rheumatism, Neural
Also a Volatile Solution of Tar. for inhala
gia, Sprains, Scalds, Buras, Salt Rheum, Sore Nipples,
Drawing and painting.......................
Cleanse the Vitiated Blond when tion.
Swellings, Lameness, Chapped Hands, Poisonous
without application of heat. A re
Piano,.................................................... . 15.1 M)
Bites, Bruises. Ac., on the human frame, and Sprains
ever you lind its impurities bursting markably valuable discovery, as the whole
Strains, Galls, Stiff Joints, Inflammation, Ac., on
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, apparatus can Is- carried in the vest pis-ket«
beast, than all other Liniments put together.
or Sores; cleanse it when you hud it ob ready at any time for the most effectual amt
HE MADAME TAKES THIS M ETIIOD
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Ml’STANG LINIMENT is warranted to do
iust what is promised, or ye money will be refunded.
of tendering her thanks to the public for
jaisitively curative use in all diseases of the
I structed and sluggish in the veins; elcaust
Sold by all Druggists and Country Stores. Be sura
the patronage which has hitherto been ex Primary,
nose, throat and lungs.
and get ye gknvinb .
TH E < 'OM POUND TA R and MANDRAKK
tended to her, and would respectfully solicit Junior,
_ Lyon Mnnufactnrinx Co., New York.z
you when. Keep the blood pure, and tin PILL,
for use in connection with the Elixir
Tar, is a combination of the two most valua
Her tables are always under her immedi
Pupils are received at any lime, and their health of the system will fulluw.
R. 11. McDONAI.D A. CO.,
ble Alterative Medicines known in the pro
ate control; and bv her long experience in terms will be counted from the day of their
To Whom it May Concern.
the business she feels confident that she will, entrance. For further particulars apply at DruggintK and (h.-neral Ageuu. ban F huicimio , Califur fession, and renders tills pill without excep
uia. and cor. \\
<uul < uarlton si. .
give entire satisfaction to all. Her beds and the Academy.
tion the very l»est ever offered.
h II llrricsriMli, and Itvab-r-.
’Hie SOLUTION and COMPOUND ELIX
4 LL PERSONS WHO OWE SUIWCRIP-
IR of TAR is w ithout doubt the best remedy
style, suited to the accommodation of single i i
A Honor Job Work to the D emocratic occupant«
in cases of Cholera and ellow Fever.
or families. Her twxls are always I JOHN L. CARTER <k SON,
T imes between January 7th, 1871, and July
per day ! Agents wanted ! known
It is a cipeei tic for such <lisvasest and should
MEADS AT ALL HOURS.
1st, 1872, will please notice this advertise
All classes of working peo- be
kept in the household of every family,
pic, of either sex, young or old, make more especially
ment, as I shall, unless paid up in a very
iu the months In which < holer»
short time, put their accounts in the hanifs
, e mo and Yellow Fever are liable to prevail. A
ot an officer for collection.
tilan at any tiling small quantity taken daily will prevent con
J. N. T. MILLER A CO.,
UTE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO DO else.-ri’articulars free. Address
tracting these terrible disttiaes.
Bv E. D. Foudrav, Agent.
G. STINSON A Co., Portland, Me.
all kinds of Painting, including
Solution and Compound Elixir, $1.00 per
January 234, 1874.
THE EAGLE BREWERY.
lmttle Volatile Solution for inhalation, 15-
per box. Tar and Mandrake Fills, 50 cant»
_ . . «
S<*nd for Circular of Positive Cures to your
rpHE PROPRIETOR, JOS. WETTERER, WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING.
RS. OLIVER WOULD RESPECTFl’L- druggist or to
L. F. II \ DE A Co.,
1 haw now on hand and ia constantly man
ly inform the public that «he will short-
Role Proprietors, 195-7t!i Avenue, New
< TWO-IIORSE TOP BUGGY FOR SALE , ufacturing the best Lager Beer in Southern
ly be* prepared to weave carpets in the most
AIX Style« of Graining Done.
or trade. Apply to
Oregon, which he will sell In quantities to
artistic style, and at reasonable rates. Ea York.
ZiTSold by all druggists.
WHITE A MARTIN.
Orders from the countrv promptlv attend dies desiring to have carpets woven, should
salt purchasers. Call and test the article.
Jark-onvilb-, July 15, 1874.
For «ale at the City Drug Store.
give ber a call.
Sewing Machines !
PER CENT. CHEAPER ! !
A I* otato -S owing M achine .—
The Journal dt Agriculture Pratique
states that among the new machines
which especially attracted the atten
tion of the agriculturists at the recent
meeting of the Palais de l’industrie,
was a potato-sowing machine, Invent
ed by M. Couteau, and constructed by
M. Peltier, Jun. By means of an in
genious contrivance, worked by a gear,
the tubers, previously placed in a box,
are carried successively into a pipe
which opens and shuts automatically,
depositing the seed with perfect regu
larity in the furrow made by a share
with which the machine is provided. I
A n old negro, returned one night
from a dancing frolic, when crossing
Manufacturers of and Dealers
A ntidote to P oisoning .—The ex
periments made by Professor Rinz, of
Bonn, with reference to the effect of
alcohol on animals, are regarded as of
much importance, inasmuch as he
seems to have discovered the reasons
why alcoholic stimulants are so useful
in snake poisoning. lie found that
when decomposed blood was intro
duced into the veins of the living ani
mal, all the symptoms of putrid fever
were shown, the temperature increas
ing until death ensued. Alcohol, it
is stated, reduced the heat and retard
ed the putrid process, increasing the
action of the heart—precisely the ef
fect of alcoholic stimulants, it is said,
when administered in case of rattle
A G lass E ye N ever A ffected
by G lasses .—The Danbury News has
this to say:
There is nothing more «»simulating,
more artful, more tainted with duplic
ity than a glass eye. A Danbury man,
a little given to his cups, and afflicted
with one of those optical deceptions,
drops into see us from time to time,
and invariably when he is tight. To
gaze at the natural eye of that man
and see it drunk at every square inch
of its spheroidity, and then turn to his
glass eye to behold in it the vigor of
youth, the Are of genius and the es
sence of sobriety, is trying to the
JUDGE & NUNAN
M ustang L iniment