(the ïlcnwâtic Firnes J — :—-........... I r«:!l»AY.................................. JUNE 25, 1875. K. KUBLI, The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wish Odd Fellows’ Building, Jacksonville, Oregon, ing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If any subscribers order the discontin uance of their newspapers, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrear DEALER & WORKER IN ages are paid. 3. If subscril»ers neglect or refuse to take their newspapers from the offices to which they are directed, the law holds them re TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, ste. sponsible until they have settled the bills, i and ordered them discontinued. - 4. If subscribers remove to other places Pumps, without informing the publisher, and the newspapers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that refusing AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, to take newspapers from the office, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for, is prhna facie evidence of intentional fraud. NAILS, 6. The postmaster who neglects to give the legal notice of the neglect of a jterson to take from the office the newspapers ad dressed to him, is liable to the publisher for A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES, the subscription price. W arm S puing I ndians in T roub - [ j,|i.— Yrstcr'tiv morning' thru»» niem- b»»rs of the kind of Warm Spring In- , di iiw , who, with their chief, Donald McKay, recently gave a series of the- ntriml entertainments at the Bowery Theater, appeared before Mr. Kelloch, | Superintendent of the Out-door Poor Belief Bureau of the Department of Charities and Correction, and peti tioned to he assisted back to their homes in Oregon. Having lieon left tiehind by their companions, without money an<i possessing but a very lim ited knowledge of English, they pre- j SOLE AGENTS FOR THE sented a pitiable spectacle of want and i destitution. Superintendent Walling, IMPORTANT.—Endorsed by the Medi Buckeye Mower and Reaper. Is made especially from OREGON DESIGN, and has all the HARDWARE, TINWARE, whose attention had been attracted to ; cal profession. Du. W m . H all ' s B alsam Too well and favorably known to need comment. It is the PRE their condition, has written to Wash fob THE L ungs cures Coughs, Colds and PITT’S LATEST IMPROVEMENTS, MIUM HARVESTER ol the World. Asa Self-Rake Rearer it» ington, acquainting the projier authori Consumption, and all diseases of the Throat unequaled, and as a Mower excels them all. ties with the circumstances attending and Chest. D r . T ownsley ’ s T oothache POXVDER OF EVERY DESCRI1TION, And is by far the BEST THRESHER made. ziTScnd for special circulars. -—- AGENTS FOE MARSH HARVESTER! their case, and the desire of the In A nodyne cures in one M inute . Agents For ----------- — ... ------- - dians tn put back to their homes. Fuse and Caps, A Cheap Mode of harvesting small crops. Binders ride, and reap jr-ff"The National Gold Medal was award Pending the n*ceipt of a reply, they and bind 10 acres per day. We have harvester with header HAINES ’ GENUINE HEADER, will be cared for in the Colored Home. ed to Bradley A Rulofson for the best Pho attachments. The names of these unfortunate aborig tographs in the United States, and the Wooden and Willow Ware,! With special improvements for 1875. We have two stylos—10 and Medal for the best in the world. 12 feet cut. SINGLE AND DOUBLE GEAR. ines are Capalons, aged twenty-seven Vienna TAYLOR SULKY RAKE! 429 Montgomery street, San Francisco. years; Stallica, aged forty, and Juno Wheeler. Mellick & Company's Threshers. Endless Chain. ROPE, NAILS, For two or three horses, with l^atest Improvements. A most de The strongest and most durable rake in use. Cost saved in a season. Youmaltlo, aged twenty-six years. REVOLVING RAKES. Nellis’Harpoon Horse Fork. Palmer’s LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. sirable machine tor the Farmer who does his own work. But I All of them are reported to have ren , Horse Fork. Horse Powers—all styles, “Mounted" or “Down.” two horses and three “hands” are needed. dered valuable service to the Govern Administrator’s Notice. PAINTS OILS VARNISHES, GLASS Mitchell and Schuttlsr Wagons—Best in Use—Prices Reduced. ment during the Modoc war.—JWir VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1 orZ-77?/!^, June Wth. CREDIT cash . CASH. CREDIT. LN the undersigned has been appointed A H usband W orth H aving .— Hermann, the celebrated magician, was married recently, and his wife doesn’t have to get up at daylight to go to market. When she wants a dozen of eggs she simply hands her husband the empty bag, and he produces them by sleight of hand ; then he cooks an omelet, in a borrowed hat, and con verts a can of sawdust into that much white sugar, and similar cups filled with chipped paper changed into hot Coffee ; then he takes the same hat, stirs up its emptiness with a magic wand, and, presto, change ! out comes a loaf of bread, a fresh shad, two pickles, one pie, a bucket of coal, a dish of hash, with natural hairs in it, . and half a dozen knives and forks. This much cheaper than going to mar ket. But Mrs. Hermann is not happy. When her husband wants a gold dollar he mysteriously picks it off the end of his wife’s nose. And she is dissatis fied because she can’t perform that trick herself. G rasshopper R emedy .—A writer in the New York Tribune recommends as a remedy for the grasshopper plague, “that every family in all that country use all the turkeys anti chick ens that it Is possible for them to hatch out from all the eggs that can be ob tained in the country. By so doing the Western farmers can he saved and made rich by the poultry business. If, after hatching out millions and millions of turkeys and chickens, the grasshopper crop should fail, then feed corn ami other grains—and much profit will come to them, whichever course they pursue. Do this work, ami the farmers of the West will I m * living in keeping with the laws of God, and prosper. Let the grasshop|>ers come, ami be ready for them, ami all in that country will soon praise the Lord for them, and by and hy will pray for a grasshopper to feed the poultry.” CUTLERY, WIRE, bv the County Court of Jackson County, Oregon, Administrator of the Estate of David Farrar, deceased. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to settle the same immediatelv ; and all those hav ing claims against the said estate will pre sent them with the proper vouchers to me at my residence in Butte Creek precinct within six months from the date hereof. 11. C. FLEMING, Administrator of the said Estate. June 18, 1875. 25x28. N ot satisfied with the presents of fered them by the Great Father at Washington, the bellicose and beggar ly Sioux chiefs have departed for their unhappy hunting grounds at the base of the Black Hills, there to scout and scalp the adventurous gold hunters un til they get even. If an Indian war does not grow out oi this Black Hills business, it will not be the fault of the managers at Washington or of the agents in the Indian country, either. ——■'■■■— — < ♦ A colobbd congregation in Dayton, Ohio, have decided to forgive their clergyman betting on three-card monte and losing $90 of festival money. One of the deacons remarked : “We Is all human, and de game Is werry excit ing, werry deludin’.” ■ ■ ■ I. I. < > » ■ ■ ■■ ■■■ I— S ubscribe for the T imes . 3 Inch Light Two-horse............................................... $110 00 3,*4 Inch Medium Two-Horse................................... 115 00 Shot Inch Heavy Two-horse....................................... $120 00 3?7 Inch-Medium Four-horse................................... 135 00 For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &c., and indeed all the affections which arise from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic poisons. I have secured the services of a First-class ing promptly and in superior style. In the County Court of the Stato of Oregon, for Jackson county, sitting in Probate June 12, 1875. In the matter of the estate of Thilo Gass- tnann, deceased. T GUIS IIERLING, ADMINISTRATOR 1 j of said estate, having tiled in said Court his final account for settlement, and also praying for an order for setting the time for hearing the same. therefore notice is hereby given that said final account will be heard and determined in said Court on Tuesday, the 10th day of August» 1875. at which time all persons having any objec tions to said final account ami settlement must then and there make the same. Bv order of Hon. E. B. Watson, Conutv Judge. E. D. FOUDRAY, Clerk. * June 12, 1875. 25x28. TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE. L I am receiving and have constantly on hand a full and first-class stock of Groceries, DRY GOODS, Gum Boo's. TOBACCO, Dr. J. Walker’s California Vin egar Hitlers are a purely Vegetable Ready-Made Clothing, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc. Everything sold at reasonable rates. Give me a call. K. KUBLI. Jacksonville, Feb. IS, 1875. Notice of Final Settlement. AV ide Track Wagon, $5 extra. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. JOHN NEUBER, I DEALER IN preparation, made chiefly from the native herbs found on the lower ranges of the Sier ra Nevada mountains of California, the medicinal properties of which are extract ed therefrom without the use of Alcohol. The question is almost daily tusked, “What is the cause of the unparalleled success of V ineovu B itters ?” Our answer is, that tliev remove the cause of disease, and th? patient recovers his health. They are the great blood purifier and a life-giving prin ciple, a perfect Renovator and Invigoratoi of i he system. Never before in the history of the world has a medicine been com- poinded possessing the remarkable qual ities of V inegar B itters in healing the sick of every disetise man is heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, reliev ing Congestion or Inflammation or the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious Dis eases. ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL- verware, etc., has revolved a large ad dition to his well-selected stock of Jewelry and silverware. If null will enjoy good health, 14 them use V inegar B itters as a medicine, ELGIN AND WALTHAM, and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants Gold and Silver Watches, Gold and Silver in cverv form. Chains, all imported from the first manufac R. IL M< DONALD A Co.. turers In the East. A fine lot of SETH Druggists and General Agents, San l’rane:s- I Notice of Final Settlement. THOMAS’ co, Cal., and New York City. EIGHT-BAY WEIGHT CLOCKS. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, Also all kinds of Emu t -D ay and 30- iiour for Jackson county, sitting in Probate C locks ; P ocket C utlery and W ii . txjw May 26, 1875. W are of all kinds ; a new assortment of the In the matter ot the Estate of Samuel De most elegant witt, deceased. Toys for the Holidays, 4 SHER D. HEALD, ADMINISTRATOR PR£XT CONSISTING OF C asus of said estate, having filed in said Court RHBURNETT. his final account for settlement, and also ALBUMS, DOT.TB, BABY WAGONS, .H.B0CART. praying for an order for setting the time __ Comer Pine a StcisfutfC Streets WORK-BOXES; for hearing the same; therefore notice is hereby given that said final account will be Tn fact evervthing that is wanted for the hol heard ami determined in said Coart on idays. A tine lot of SILVER-PLATED Tuesday, the 6th day of July, 1875, at which WARE of (Mi up in Goli) the best quality. Also a fine lot ot time all persons having any objections to sai<! final account and settlement must then Music Boxes, Accordeons, Guitars, Violins, etc. Gold) and there make the same. A Fine Assortment of By order ot Hon. E. B. Watson, County TrnmtaciN every kind of I.egitininte CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO, Judge. ' E. D. FOUDRAY, Clerk. Uankiug H iihiucmh . May 2»i, 1875. 22x25. Pipes. Pipe-stems, and anything of that Bl'YA ANI> HFLI.M KXCIIAWCI? on tho principal Cities of tho Unite<l Mutes nuri Europe. kind that mav I m » wanted. I am also Agent IN8l*KN CERTIFK ATEN of DEPOSIT for the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR available Summons. at all coinmen ial and financial points. ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them Bl’YS AND SELLS National, State, City and constantly on hand. T have just received County Bonds. In the Circuit Court for the State of Oregon, the latest improved Florence, which feeds IMVRSTNIEKTS ITfAnr: on orders. for the County of Lake. the work FROM THE OPERATOR. 1 AND SILVER IIII, 1.1 OX and r?#“ Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned GOLI> Jacob McKinney, ) LEGAL TENDERS bought and sold. and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing DFPOSIT ACCOI’NTS kept in Gold. Sliver vs. >Suit for Divorce. Machines cleaned and repaired. Sarah R. McKinney,) and Currency, aud subject to check at pleasure. No one remedy is louder called for by the necessities of the American people than a 6ure and safe cure for Fever and Ague. Such we are now enabled to ofier, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the disease, and with assur ance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quautity. That which protects from or prevents this dis order must be of immense service in the com munities where it prevails. Prevention is better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful dis temper. This “C urb ” expels the miasmatic poison of F ever and A gue from the system, and prevents the development of the disease, if taken on the first approach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever yet discovered for this cfass of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large quantity we sup ply for a dollar brings it within the reach of everybody; and in bilious districts, where F ever and A gue prevails, everybody should have it, and use it freely, both for ctire and pro tection. It is hoped this price will place it within the reach of all — tlie poor as well as the rich. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain cure of Intermittent:* is, that it contains no Qui nine or mineral; consequently it produces no quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon Um constitution. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of dis orders arise from its irritation, among which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, Blindness, Tootha<-hc, Earache, Catarrh, Asth ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, l’artdysis, aii'i derangement of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on the in termittent type, or become periodical. This “C ure ” expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures them all alike. It is an in valuable protection to immigrants ami persons travelling or temporarily residing in the mala rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily while exposed to the infection, that will be ex creted from the system, and cannot accumulate in sutlb ient quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it is even more valuable for protection than cure; and few will ever suffer from Inter- mittents if they avail themselves of the protec tion this remedy affords. For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid- itv of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stim ulating the Liver into healthy activity, and pro ducing many truly remarkable cures, where other medicines fail. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. AYER «fc CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemist», AND SOLD ALL ROUND TOE WORLD. PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLX. San Frareiseo,California Capital, Surplus Fund (in Give me a call. R. R. R. Ayer’s Ague Cure, ETC., FTC. Notice of Final Settlement. $134 00 150 00 Brashes, Chains and Hose, Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Jackson county, sitting in Probate May 2»>, 1875. In the matter of the Estate of John XV. George, deceased. ft SCHIEFFELIN. EXECUTOR OF THE VJ. said estate, having tiled in said Court his final account for settlement, and also praying for an order for setting the time for hearing the same; therefore notice is hereby given that said final account will bo heard ami determined in said Court on Tuesday, the 6th day of July, 1875, at which time all persons having any objec tions to said final account ami settlement must thou and there make the same. Bv order of Hon. E. B. Watson, County Judge. E. I). FOUDRAY, Clerk. May 26, 1875. 22x25. $123 00 128 00 Each Wagon Complete, with Spring Seat and Calif« r.iia Roller Brake. S candal .—The stnrj’ is told of a woman who freely used her tongue to the scandal of others, and made a con fession to the priest of what she had done. He gave her a rif>e thistle-top, and told her to go out in various di rections, and scatter the seeds one hy one. Wondering at the penance, she obeyed, and then returned and told her confessor. To her amazement he hade her go back and gather the scat tered seeds, and when she objected that it would be impossible, he replied that it would he still more difficult to gather up and destroy all the evil re ports which she had circulated about others. Any thoughtless, careless child can scatter n handful of thistle-seed be fore the wind in a moment, but the To Sarah R. McKinney, the above named De strongest and wisest man cannot gath fendant : N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF er them again. T he sheep raisers of New Mexico employ goats as leaders to their herds of sheep, because they understand a person’s voice so well and will come whenever they are called. The goats have to he trained and the sheep will always follow them. When a stream has to be passed this Is very important. Raising goats is quite a business with the Mexicans. They will breed twice a year. The Mexicans eat them and also sell them to those who raise sheep. • THE CHALLENGE THRESHER 29tf. NOTICE TO STOCK-RAISERS I Oregon : You are hereby required to I appear and answer the complaint of the PETEK H. BURNETT, plaintiff now on filo against you in the President above entitled suit on or betoro the first day ot the next regular term of said Court, LYON’S which begins on the fourth Monday ot June next, and if yon fail to answer, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for a decroe Vermont Stallion “MIKE.” dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing A most pleasant and invigorating between the plaintiff and the defendant, and tonic. Recommended by all tbe emi 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE. nent Physiciuns throughout the United for such other and further relief as may be States. just. HE CELEBRATED VERMONT STAL- Has been in use over Half a Cen Published bv order of Hon. P. P. Prim, lion, Peniger’s Mike, now owned by Every family should have it In the Judge of said Court, made at Chambers Cardwell A Caton, will stand at the stables tury. It Promotes the Growth, Pre house. Mav 7, 1875. J. R- NEIL, of James A. Cardwell, near Jacksonville. Road certificates on each bottle. Sold 20x25. Attorney for Plaintiff. Mike is 10 years old, was sired by old serves the Color, Increases the Vigor by all Liquor Dealers and Druggists. Vermont, and is himself the Rire of many and Beauty of the Hair, Prevents its H. EPSTEIN’ & CO., fine trotting horses who have show,n extra Summons. Sole Proprietors. ordinary speed, among which are Taylor’s Falling out and Turning Gray. *518 F ront Sr., S an F rancisco , C ai - Justice’s Court for the Precinct of Ashland, Benedict, Barney Flanders, McDonough’s Dick, Kahler’s Selim, Plymale A McDon- State of Oregon, County of Jackson. LADLES, ongh’s Tampson, Cardwell’s Billy, McDon Jasper Houck, Plaintiff, against John Dyer, ough’s Nelly. Doyon leant a Pure Blooming Com BARGAINS ! and Ben Dyer, Defendants; summons civil Pasturage for mares from a distance fur action to recover money. plexion f If so, a few applications oj nished free of charge. To John Dyer and Ben Dyer, the above named TT F* R NI 8 ^25 HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM will Defendants : CARDWELL A CATON, Propr’s. gratify you to your heart's content. N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF J. A. C ardwell , Groom. Oregon : You are hereby required to ap P. S.—We are prepared to furnish pastur It does away with Redness, Blotches FIVE BRAN NEW FLORENCE pear before the undersigned, a Justice of age and are making a full season with the and Pimples. Overcomes the Flush the Peace for the Precinct aforesaid, on the horse. 12m3. 28th day of July, A. D. 1875, at 10 o’clock in ed appearance of heat, fatigue and ex the forenoon of that day, at the offioe of FARM FOR SALE. said Justice in said precinct, to answer the citement. Sewing Machines I above-named plaintiff in a civil action. HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR The defendant will take notice that if he sale his farm situated on Antelope creek, fail to answer the complaint herein, the MINING CLAIMS. 12 miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480 plaintiff will take judgment against him for the sum of $63.25, together with the costs acres of land, 400 acres being good farming and accruing costs of this action. he undersigned is prepared land and under fence. It is a good grain Given under my hand thia first day of farm and sheep ranch, well watered and to make preliminary survey of Mining June A. D. 1875. E. DE PEATT, Claims in conformity to the new law of good houses and barns upon it. THAN EVER AT Justice of the Peace for Ashland Precinct. TERMS OF SALE—$11 per acre, one-half Congress. All lode claims held under said Published by order of E. De Peatt, Justice down, the balance to suit purchaser. law are required to be surveyed and the of the Peace for Ashland Precinct, made at J. W. SIMPSON. survey recorded. Ashland June 1, 1875. JAMI« s. HOWARD, Surveyor. N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller 24. JASPER HOUCK, Plaintiff, 5tf. parcels,, if desired, 7tf. | Office at Jacksonville, Oregon. JOHN NEUBER’S! K A T II AIItON ! T I T T CURES THE WORST PAINS In from Ono to Twenty Minutes- NOT ONZ HOUR after re» Ing this advertisement need any on. SUFFER WITH PAIN*. ttADWAV’S BEADY RPLIEP 13 A CURE POS , EVERY PAI». It was the first and is Tlio Only rain. Hetnerty that hw’anttv ston« th" m«' evernebitlns nams. nllav, Indaniuiations, and run-« whether of th<i Liinv'i. Stomach. Uuwuu, orvth<.r glaud. or organa, by jno application. IN FROM ONE 70 71VENTY MINUTES. no matter hov.- r’olpnt rr excruciat!n>r the pain tho RITEITM a T1<\ Red ridden. Infirm. Crippled. Nervous Neuralgic, or prusiruied with disease may suffer, IADWAY’0 READY RELIEF » WTT.L AFFORD TN«TAXT EASE VLAM'-I a H u N o FTIIE kidneys • INFLAMMATION <>F TnE rladdf . x »7T.A5ia.VnON OF THE BOWEl.s CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS. J0RE Tirr.OAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING PALPITATION OF TUE nEART. tirrrr.Ric.5, cniup, diitheri a . CATAK&n, INFLUENZA. EEADACnZ. TOOTEA^nE KEURATXJIA, DTIEUMATISM. COT.D CnTLT.S, AGUE < HII.LS. The application < I i!ic Ready Kelleftn the part or parts where tho pain or difficulty txuis will afford ea*> and Comfort. TKenly drops In half a tnmbler of wa’er wilt In a f—v momenta cure CRAMi'S. SPASMS. RuUR STOMACH, IIEAUriSUR'i, FICK II du Uli, DIARRHOEA, ItVSENTtT.Y. COLIC. WIND 1.« THE BOWELS, and all).'» VERNAL P a IN ». Traveler, r’x>n!.| n' ««» « carry a bottle of Wad- tvay'a ICcatly I*<-llrf wnli them. A lew drop* in water will j-revent »,< kiwa, < r paiio from «l.aiutt of water. It Lbelter tU—1 1 rcuch Braudy or Bitters aaa •imulanL ague . fzver FEVER AND AGUE enre-t for fifty cents. There la not a remcdi. l ap-min iliia world that wiiicnre Frver nnd Atfuc. end a.l other Mul.*iri<>n«, Biloiia. Scarlet, ivphoid. Yellow, cn I other Fever» (aided hr RAD- WAV.J CILL-I ft a« BADW a Y'S READY BE- I.1LF. F..;/cenupir L u IU a HEALTH! BEAUTY!! STRONG AN**» TURE FiCft REGOD-INCREASE l»F FLE>l< AM» W!.KIIIT—<’LEAlt SKIN ANT* BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION bECLRED TO ALJ^ DR. RADWAY’S tajariiliaii Besolveiit THE CHEAT BLOOD PURIFIER. HAS M ADE TITS MOST ASTONlsniNO rrRES- Sfl 'QUICK. So RAPID ARE THE CHANGES, THE ROD* UNDERGOES, UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF THU TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE. THAT Kvcrj Diy ai Increase in Flesh and Wt Seei and. Felt b $800,000 206,110 INTEREST 1*111» on Time Deposits. COLLECTIONS NIADE in Snn Frnneia- and vicinity without charge, and at all other points at. cost, and proceeds remitted at current rates of Exchange. 0. H. BOGART, Cashier. RADWAY’S READY RELIEF 45 PER CENT. CHEAPER !! Every drop cf the F VRS\T*ARItTJAN RFSOU Vl-NTcotnmunl. at« »through Hie Blood. Sweat. Urine, md other Fluid, end juice, of the »vatem the vlcor of lite, lor Itrcpflirstbe ol thc body with new and sound material. Rrroiuia. SyptilHs. Co«i«umptlon. Glandnlar disease. Ulcers in the throat. Mouth. Tu mors. N,»le»f nt he Gland» and other parts of tbe nv»tem, fore Eye», St rumor ou» di«-ha rev» from the Ear«, and tho worst f<’rtr.< <■( Skin di-.ca-C'«. Eruption», Fever bores,Scald Head. Rlpir Worm. Salt Rheum. Erysljtelaa. Avne, Black Wurms ia the Flesh. Tumors, Can cers In tbe Womb, raid r.!i weakening and painful <li»- ehantes, Nlyht bwcata, L<*sof S|>crin and all wastes of the his principle, a-o v. lthin ihe enratiw range ot tins wondcrof Modern t Ncmlstry. and a tew dav»’ ut witf prove toony personx- itf r either ot these iuruu of di«easc its potcut power u>cere them. JT'theT>uiie€t,.<5aily bcjomIngrediiecd t»v the wuMrs and decomposition Inst focontinualiy procrc?.>ing. m.c- crrtte in arresting uwso Wa-tc«. and repairs tt.c eamo with new material vnadofront Healthy blood—and ihi» tho SABSAPAItll J. I.5N "Will and does secure—a curtr is certain; for when ont*s t’uls remedy commences its work of purification,nLi succeeds In diminishing th* Io tof waste«, its repairs wilt be rapid, and every day the patient will ieC1nitnacir»-'rowing better and stronger, the-foad digesting better,appetite improving, and tiesh and weight increasing. Nol only docs the SsniarsiitLLtsM Rrsnurrtv» excel nil known remedial agent» in i lie cure ofCIrronie. scro- tuloua. Constitutional, aud Blua disease», but it is th* •iffy pMliive cure tor Kidtiey & Bladder Complaints, Tumor of 12 Years9 Growth Cured by Badtcay.*» Iiesoivent^ DR. RADWAY’S ' MectPflr£ativE&Beiolati^Pnis perfectly ta«tclc»s. clopanfiy crwdc-l with rwect anm. parge, regulate, purify, cleanm* and strengthen. Kad- Wsy'sPilM«, tortile cureot ail disorder« of tile stomach. Liver. Rowels, Kidneys, Bladder. Nervous Diseaws, Headache, ('onstipatiuh, Ctmuvencss. Ind west >ou. Dys- pepsia. Biliousness Billons Fever. Inflammation of tho bowels, Piles, and all DerangBitM-nls ot the Internal Vwcer*/ W arrantrd toefh-et a positive cure. Purely Vegetable,coutaui»g< mercury, umwrtu» ur dtie<<n- ous drugs. A lew do»e« of RADTV AY’S PILLS wlU free the .rw 1« tn from all the atx>ve named dt order*. Prtce.XScvtUa per Box. BOLD BY DRUGGISTS. ^<£ a O “F alse AND TRUE.’’ Send <x>t mUs V nn t* RADWAY A CO, No 83 Warsen St., NeV w: information worth tbouaauds will LosautyjB PRO BONO PUBLICO he public are hereby noti - fied that I have placed mv notes anil T accounts in the hands of my attorney, II. K. Hanna, with positive instructions to make immediate and forced collectkm in ev- erv instance where security is not given. ^Those knowing themselves indebted to me will do well to call upon Mr. Hanna, | without delay, as this is my last call. My busiuess must be settled ! JAMES T. GLENN. Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874. P«r at home. Term« $0 T0 free. Address G. STINSON A Co., Portland, Maine. 6.