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C ondition of the N ational
j G range . — A Washington dispatch
I dated June 15th says the headquarters
FRIDAY................................... JULY 2, 187». of the National Grange of the Patrons
of Husbandry, which ever since the
F ailures tn B usiness . — Peter organization of the order, in 1868, has
Coo|M»r failed in making hats, failed as been in Washington, will probably be
a cabinet maker, locomotive builder removed to Louisville, Ky., in a short
and grocer, but ns often as he failed he time. Kentucky stands No. 5 as re
tried agafri, until he could stand upon gards the number of granges, having
hh feet alone ; then crowned his vic 1,559. Indiana heads the list with
tory by giving $1,000,000 to help poor I 2,027 Granges. Missouri has 2,026 ;
Iowa, 2,004 ; Illinois, 1,584, and Ken
boys in time to come.
1,559. The total number of
Horace Greeley tried three or four
in the United States is 23,500,
lines of business before he founded the
Tribune and made it worth $1,000,000. with an estimated aggregate member
Patrick Henry failed at everything ship of 1,500,000. The total receipts
he undertook until he made himself from 1868 to 1871, inclusive, were less
the ornament of his age and nation. than $5,000, while the receipts last
The founder of the New York Her year were $216,381. The order at
ald kept on failing and sinking his i present has $69,000 invested tn Govern*
money for ten years», and then made j ment bonds, and $19,000 in cash on
one of the most profitable newspapers : deposit at the financial agency in New
Stephen A. Douglas made dinner
R emoval of N itric S tains .—The
tables and bedsteads and bureaus many
stains formed on brown or black
a long year before he made himself a
j woolen goods by nitric acid can be re-
giant on the floor of Congress.
Abraham Lincoln failed to make ! moved, when freshly formed, by mois
both ends meet by chopping wood ; tening them repeatedly with a concen
failed to make his salt in the galley trated solution of permangan ate of pot
slave life of a Mississippi flatboatman ; ash, ani then rinsing with water.
he had not even wit enough to run a 1 Yellow stains on the hands may be
grocery, and yet he made himself a treated in the same way, and the dark
grand character of the nineteenth brown coloration produced may then
be removed by treating with aqueous
of sulphurous acid.
General Grant failed at everything
except smoking a cigar ; he learned to
A K ansas paper says : “A mule
tan hides, hut couldn’t sell leather kicked an insurance agent in this
enough to purchase a pair of breeches. I place on the cheek the other day. The
A dozen years ago he brought up on agent’s cheek was uninjured, but the
top of a wood pile, teaming it to town mule’s hoof was broken.”
for $40 a month, and yet he is at the
head of a great nation.
A curious litigation is going on in
Bloomington, Illinois. About thirty
years ago, one Stephen Griffith had
some 1,500 head of cattle and the same
number of hogs. Corn was high, stock
on the decline, and Stephen, in daily
fear of losing all his property, entered
into a covenant with God, that if He
would help him out of the difficulty
he would make over all his property
he might in future acquire, above
enough to support him, to the Lord.
During his life he gave away almost
$1,000,000 to various religi<u< and
charitable institutions. When he died,
at the age of 80, he was thought to be
insane, for he previously conveyed
property valued at $150.000 to the
Orphan Institute at Flat Rock, Ohio,
the Freeman’s Aid Society, the Chris
tian Union, the American Bible So
ciety, the Tract, and the Church Ex
tension Society. These conveyances
his heirs propose to set aside, with
what prospect of success we are not
informed. The point that when in
danger of loss he made a special vow,
would hardly prove him insane, though
his keeping It might, in the opinion of
some men.— New York Tribune.
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G rowing C ucumbers for P ickles .
—I find cucumbers a paying crop when
grown for pickles, and sold either be-
lore or after salting—price per 100 the
same in either case. I plow as deep
as two horses can pull the plow, then
mark one way four feet apart, letting
the plow run as deep as the ground
was plowed. I then put a large shov
elfull of good barnyard manure w here
each hill is wanted—say four feet apart
—and then thoroughly mix with the
soil, making the hills about two inches
higher than the general surface of the
ground. I plant about the middle of■
June. As soon as the plants get large
enough to be out of the way of the
striped hug, I thin to four plants to
each hill. I cultivate them frequent
ly, and hand hoe two or three times
before the vines commence to run.— P.
Odd Fellows' Building, Jacksonville, Oregon,
DEALER & WORKER IN
Dealers in Agricultural Implements,
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
AG RICU LTUR AL
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES,
THE CHAMPION THRESHER,
SOLE AGENTS FOB THE
Is made especially from OREGON DESIGN, and has all the
Buckeye Mower and Reaper,
PITTS' LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
Too well and favorably known to need comment. It is the PRE
MIUM HARVESTER of the World. As a Self-Rake Reaper is
This Thresher is no longer advertised under the name of CHAL
unequaled, and as a Mower excels them all.
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, LENGE. 'Io avoid confounding namos and Trade Marks it is
branded with our Trade Mark, CHAMPION, without which none
are genuine. These machines for 1875 have ALL the recent im
AGENTS FOR MARSH HARVESTER!
provements, and are all that is implied in the name. It is the
Fuse and Caps,
CH AMPION of the World.
A Cheap Mode of harvesting small cro[>». Binders ride, and reap
HAINES’ GENUINE HEADERS,
and bind 10 acres per day. We have harvester with header
improvements for 1875. We have two stvles—10 and
Wooden and Willow Ware, With special
12 feet cut. SINGLE AND DOUBLE GEAR.
TAYLOR. SULKY RAKE!
Wheeler, Mellick & Comnany'a Thresher». Endless Chain.
For two or three horses, with Latest Improvements. A most de The strongest and most durable rake in use. Cost saved in a season.
I sirable machine for the Farmer who does his own work. But
REVOLVING RAKES. Nellis’Harpoon Horse Fork. Palmer's
two horses and three “hands” aro needed.
Horse Fork. Horse Powers—all styles, “Mounted” or “Down.”
PAINTS OILS VARNISHES. GLASS
Mitchell and Schlittler Wagons —Best in Use—Prices Reduced.
IMPORTANT.—Endorsed hr the Medi
cal profession. Dn. W m . H all ’ s B alsam
for the L ungs cures Coughs, Colds and
Consumption, and all diseases of the Throat
and Chest. D r . T ownslky ’ s T oothache
A nodyne cures in one M inute .
3 Inch Light Two-horse.............................................. $110 00
Inch Medium Two-Horse................................... 115 00
I have secured the services of a First-class
Mechanic, and am prepared to do all repair
TN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE,
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
hand a full and first-class stock of
Oregon, Administrator of the Estate of
David Farrar, deceased. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to settle
the same immediately ; and all those hav GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc.
ing claims against the said estate will pre
sent them witii the proper vouchers to mo
at my residence in Butte Creek precinct
within six months from the date hereof.
tV" Everything sold at reasonable rates.
H. <’. FLEMING.
me a call.
Administrator of the said Estate.
June 1^, 1875.
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
Dr. J. Walker’s California Vin
egar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the native
herbs found on the lower ranges of the Sier
ra Nevada mountains of California, tho
medicinal properties of which are extract
ed therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
The question 13 almost daily asked, “What
is the cause of the unparalleled success of
V inegvr B itters ?” Our answer is, that
they remove the cause of disease, and tho
patient recovers his health. They are the
gr. at blood purifier and a life-giving prin
ciple, a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. Never before in the history
of the world has a medicine been com-
po inded possessing tho remarkable qual
ities of V inegar B itters in healing the sick
of every disease man is heir to. They are a
gentle Purgative as well ns a Tonic, reliev
ing Congestion or Inflammation of the
Liver and Visceral Organs, iu Bilious Dis
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Jackson county, sitting in l’robate
June 12. 1875.
In the matter of the estate ot Thilo Gass-
OUIS HERLING, ADMINISTRATOR |
of said estate, having tiled in said Court j
his final account for settlement, and also :
praying for an order for setting the time
for hearing the same, therefore notice is ,
ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWRLIIY, SIL-
hereby given that »aid final account will
verware, etc., has received a large ad-
be heard and determined in said Court on dition to his well-selected stock of Jewelry
Tuesday, the 10th day of August, 1875. at and silverware.
which time all persons having any objec
ELGIN ANI) WALTHAM,
tions to said final account and settlement
must then and there make the same.
Gold and Silver Watches. Gold and Silver
By order of lion. E. B. Watson, County Chains, all imported from the first manufac
E. D. FOUDRAY, Clerk.
turers in tho East. A fine lot of SETH
June 12, 1875.
EIGHT-BAY WEIGHT CLOCKS.
Also all kinds of E ight -B ay and 30- iioitr
C locks ; P ocket C utlery and W illow
Justice’s Court for the Precinct of Ashland, W are of all kinds ; a now assortment of the
State of Oregon, County of Jackson.
Jasper Houck, Plaintiff, against John Dyer,
and Ben Dyer, Defendants; summons civil
Toys for the Holidays,
action to recover money.
To John Dyer and Ben Dyer, the above named
ALBUMS, DOLLS, BABY WAGONS,
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon : You are hereby required to ap Tn fact everything that is wanted for the hol
pear before the undersigned, a Justice of iday«. A fine lot of SILVER-PLATED
the Peace for the Precinct aforesaid, on tlie WARE of the best quality. Also a fine lot ol
2^th day of July, A. D. 1875, at 10 o’clock in
the forenoon of that day, at the office of Music Boxes, Accordeons, Guitars, Violins, etc.
said Justice in said precinct, to answer tlie
A Fine Assortment of
above-named plaintiff in a civil action.
and SMOKING TOBACCO,
The-defendant will take notice that if he
fail to answer the complaint herein, the Pi|>es. Pipe-stems, and anything of that
plaintiff will take judgment against him kind that mav be wanted. I am also Agent
for the sum of $33.25, together with the costs for the GROVER A BAKER and FLOR
and accruing costs of this action.
ENCE Sewing Machines, and keep them
Given under my hand this first day of constantly on hand. I have just received
June A. D. 1875.
E. DE PEATT,
the latest improved Florence, which feeds
Justice of the Peace for Ashland Precinct. the work FROM THE OPERATOR.
Published by order of E. De Peatt, Justice
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks cleaned
of the Peace for Ashland Precinct, made at and repaired and warranted. Also Sewing
Ashland June 1, 1875.
Machines cleaned and repaired.
JASPER HOUCK, Plaintiff.
Give me a call.
Every year increases the popularity
of this valuable Hair Preparation;
which is due to merit alone. We can
assure our old patrons that it is kept
fully up to its high standard; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep
aration for restoring G ray or F aded
H air to its youthful color, making it
soft, lustrous, an<l silken. The scalp,
by its use, becomes white and clean.
It retnovps all eruptions and dandruff,
and, by its tonic properties, pi events
the hair from falling out, as it stimu
lates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, the hair grows thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restores the
capillary glands to their norptal vigor,
and will create a new growth, except
in extreme old age. It is the most
economical II air D ressing ever used,
as it requires fewer applications, and
gives the hair :» splendid, glossy aj>-
pearance. A. A. Hayes,
Assayer of Massachusetts says, “The
const it nents are pure, ami carefully
selected tor excellent quality; and 1
consider it the B est P reparation
for its intemled purposes.”
Sold by nil Dcngyislt, nitil Dealers in Medicines.
Price One Dollar.
Wide Track Wagon, $5 extra.
them use V inegar B itters as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants
in every form.
it. h . M c D onald a C o .,
Druggists and General Agents, San Franc’s-
co, Cal., and New York City.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.
As our Renewcr in many cases re
quires too long a time, and too much
care, to restore gray or faded Whisk
ers, we have prepared this dye, in one
pr partition ; which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
is easily applied, and produces a color
which will neither rub r.or wash off.
Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty
Manufactured by R. P. KALL & CO..
Bl’YS AYO »ELI * KXCHANOE on the
principal Cities of the United States and Europe.
INNl'EH CRBTiriCATM of DEPOSIT
available at all commercial and financial points.
BUYS A.YD 8ELL8 National, State, City and
INVESTMENTS MADE on orders.
GOLD AXD SILVER JXITI.I.IO’N and
LEGAL TENDERS bought and sold.
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS kept in Gold. Sliver
and Currency, and subject to elieck a! pleasure.
INTEREST PAID on Time Deposits.
COLLECTIONS MADE in San Fmneia-
ce and vicinity without charge, and at all other
points at cost, and proceeds remitted at current
rates of Exchange.
0. H. BOGART,
PETER H. BURNETT,
Vermont Stallion “MIKE.” K A. T I I A I R O X !
A most pleasant amt invigomtlnx
tonle. Recommended by all the emi
nent Physicians throughout the L’ni’.ed
Every family should have it in tlie
Read certificates on each t>ottlo. Sold
by all Liquor Dealers and Druggists.
50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Has been in use over Half a Cen
tury. It Promotes the Growth, Pre
serves the Color, Increases the Vigor
and Beauty of the Hair, Prevents its
Falling out. and Turning Gray.
milE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
1 sale his farm situated on Antelope creek,
12 miles east of Jacksonville, containing 480
acres of land, 400 acres being good farming
land and under fence. It is a good grain
farm and sheep ranch, well watered and
the sunshine. I«et him re-vitalizo tonic and good houses and barns upon it.
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A n Iowa woman gave her husband purify his system with
TERMS OF SALE—$11 per acre, one-half
the balance to suit purchaser.
morphine to cure him of chewing .to
TarraHt's Effcrvrscent Seltzer Aperient,
J. W. SIMPSON.
bacco. It cured him, bat she is doing and within a week he will feel like a new
N. B.—This land will be sold in smaller
her own spring plowing.
[ man. SOLD BY AhL DRUGGISTS.
parcels, if desired.
H, EPSTEIN & CO..
* 518 F ront S t ., S an F rancisco , C al .
Do you want a Pure Blooming Com
plexion f If so, a few applications oj
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM will
gratify you to your heart's content.
It does away with Redness, Blotches FIVE BRAN NEW FLORENCE
and Pimples. Overcomes the Flush
ed appearance of heat, fatigue and ex
Sewing Machines !
FARM FOR SALE.
The Only Pain
thnt WiMantlv «top« th* mo«t rxerncistlnR rains, slls.e
IntiaininsUon«, and run:. I’nncrMiikin. whether of di*
Lungs. Stamsch, BowtU, or utb« r gUad. or organa, hg
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
no matter how rtnlrnt rr rxcraeiatlng the pstn th»
RHEI'MATIC, Rrd rlilden. Infirm. Crippled. Nervona.
tk'Urak’ic, or prostrated with disease may suffer.
IADWAY’0 HEADY RELIEF
THT.L AFFORD INSTANT EASE
TFLAMM a HON OP the kidneys
inflammation of ms rladdee .
lt7T.AMM.VnuN OF TUE ROWELS
CONGESTION OF THE LCNGR.
S ore tekoat ,
I ALFJTATION OF THE nEART.
nrSTERIC.1, CROUP, OIPTHERI V
geadaciiz . TooniAcnE.
COLD enTLLS, ACmdllMji
The npplicu:ion of the Itond v Erlieft» th- pert or
parts wIn-re the pain or dxllicuUy txuu wul afford ew-r
Twenty drop« tn half a tumbler of ws’rr wlH In a fi» w
moment« cure CRAMPS. SPASMS. SoUH STOMAt’K,
IfEtRTIH Hf, SICK HEADACHE, DIARKHOR a .
DYSENTERY. COLIC. WIND IN TOE BOWELS,
and all INTERNAL P a TNS.
Travelers »boul,I clwav« carry a bottle of VaR-
tray’s Itcndy rtetlrf with ih. in A few drop, m
water will i rev. ttt sH-kn*«-« or pani« front cLause uT
water. It b better tU_u French brandy or Ritiera na a
FEVra AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AOUT? enred fn- fifty cents. Thera le
not n rcmodirl ap-nt in tliu world that will core Fe«»r
snd Arne, r :id ell other Malarlou«, Riloua. »earl-'.
Tvphoid, Tell, w, end «'her Fever, (aalrd by RAlt
WAY’S riLLS| ro «¡uict; a« RADWAY'S RK a DT Rd.
LIEF. Fitly ccntd per Lotus.
BTr.nx-n and rrr.n r.icft rlood — ixcrraar
OF FLESH AS1> WT IOIIT—CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO AL.^
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THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER^
UAS MADE 733 ’.fOST A.«TONISniNG CURES- S<J
8UICK. SO RAPID ASH TUR CHANGE», Till
ODY UNDER«JOES, UNDER THE INFLUKN« < '
OF THU TRULY WONDERFUL MED1C1NR.
W Day aii Increase ii Flesi
ana Wt Sea ani Fell.
Kidney £ Bladder Complaints,
Tumor of 12 Yearsf Growth
Cured by Itadicay’s Resolvent,
after res ’Ing this adverthement need any one
PUFFER WITH PAIN.
hADWAT’3 READY RELIEF XS A CURE FO X
It vru the first and is
Every dmp rfi IM FARS tFARILLlAN RF«O!>
Vl:XTcon>inunk-r.t'-«thr<.ueh the Blood. Sweat. Urine-
»ndother Fluid«a -J juice«of the ayMrm the vieor <<
Ute. tor it repairs tli* ws»’«acr'he body wbh new an.|
round material. F*ro.ul.i. S< philh, Cotummptlc-n.
Glandnl.-ir diu-nm. I c m i i the throat. Mouth. T-,-
nors. Nodcfin thvGlaud.and other i-nrt.of ilic.y.t.tn,
Sore Eyca, Struiuoroii. dtscliarvea irotn the Ear* ani
the worst form-» « f skiti di<ca-«c«. Eruption«. Frt.r
Sore«,Scald Ilea 1.: Worm. Salt Rheum. Ery.lp«Ks
Acne. F-lack F|>< u, Worr.tt i t tlie Flesh. Tumor«. Can.
cer« in tho Womb, rr a r.ii veakeninc and painful di«-
charges. Kight sweat I,--«« f Suei m and all wa.te« of
tho lno prineirl*. c t tri.h :i the rnrative raotfc or tin«
wonder of Mod« rtl « hr mbtrt.ixl a tew day»' u— wi.|
Srove to any person usitu >tf r either m tla-M forui« ..f
i■‘«•a«o in potent power i ■»ctrrts them.
It tho patient, c'-i'v Lerntnlt’? rc«1iiced bv the wi">»
and decomposition that i«c>>ntinually proe-ewing. »ue-
cecds in arrestlnj? these wa-t«-«. an«t repair« th* ran.«
■with new materul: ttdofrom 'i-althy bl.w»l—and ihi«
tho SARSAPARILL -IN Wi-l an I d>«-s reeurc—« cure
in cerium; for v.hea <Kx-? *uia remedy commence, iu
work of purifleattoa,BCi «mccrc.tsln dlinimahlng ih.
Io i of wa-!«-«. n«repairs Will b- rapid, ami everyday
the patient w ill iced blrase!fk*r«Hvln-_'bettei and «trots
the l««od digcMfiig better, uppvtitc improving, and
atid weight incr« a.«ing.
Not only doc« the S**SAP»fttu.t»ir Rrtnnt.vvxv er col
all tnowi rei'iedi.tl agent«in iheeure ot Clioxiir. Ser-»,
lulou«. CoMtitutio'in1. uud tiu.t dlx.**ei, but it u th*
only positive cute l^r
Traniartx every kind of Legitimate
rpiIE CELEBRATED VERMONT STAL-
1 lion, Peniger’s Mike, now owned by
’ Cardwell <fc Caton, will stand at the stables
of James A. Cardwell, near Jacksonville.
Mike is 10 years old, was sired by old
Vermont, and is himself the sire of many
fine trotting horses who have shown extra
ordinary speed, among which are Taylor’s
Benedict, Barney Flanders, McDonough’s
Dick, Kahler’s Selim, Plymale A McDon-
verything sold at reasona - ongh’s Tampson, Cardwell’s Billy, McDon
ble rates. Give me a call and judge for ough’s Nelly.
33tf. Pasturage’ for mares from a distance fur
nished free of charge.
T erms —$25.
CARDWELL A CATON, Propr’s.
J. A. C ardwell , Groom.
P. S.—We are prepared to furnish pastur
age and are making a full season with the
r CURES THE WORST Pints
In from Ono to Twenty Minutm.
NOT ONE HOUR
Capital, (Paid ap in Golä) $800,000
Surplus Fund (in Gold) 206,110
NOTICE TO STOCK-RAISERS !
RADWAY’S READY RELIEF
Buckingham’s Dye HEALTH! BEAUTY!!
FC.-. THE WHISKERS.
If men will enjoy good health, let
R eading the great Spurgeoqjs dec
laration, “A cigar Is a thing to thank
God for,” a Navy Yard school boy
bought a. cigar. He was afterwards
T he W orld is in B loom .—Nature wears
seen hanging over a fence, but he was her
Summer smile. But tho victim of Ner
vous Debility is like a blighted branch in
not giving thanks.
R. R. R.
is hereby given that
IN the undersigned has been appointed
; by the County Court of Jackson County, DRY GOODS, Gam Boots, TOBACCO,
Notice of Final Settlement.
$123 00 3% Inch Heavy Two-horse........................................ $120 00
128 00 3% Inch Medium Four-horse................................... 135 00
Brushes, Chains and Hose,
429 Montgomery street. San Fmnowro.
Each Wagon Complete, with Spring Seat and California Roller Brake.
The National Gold Medal was award ing promptly and in superior style.
ed to Bradley A Rulofson for the best Pho
tographs in the United States, and the
Vienna Medal for the best in the world.
M issionary N eeded .—According
to the testimony before the jury in the
case of the State vs. John Parrott, for
burning an old tannery, in Salem, while
in company with two daughters of Rev.
I. D. Driver, the family of that reverend
gentleman needs a missionary, and
needs one had. The testimony of one
witness was that the Driver girls were
shockirgly profane, and another wit
ness gave the following :
On that occasion Driver said to John,
“Look here, John, I know I swore,
knocked you down with a club and
choked you ; I know I knocked Jen SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL SOON ON
nie down with a club and ran after her
with an axe and threatened to kill her,
but If it gets out I will have to quit And examine his Full and Elegant Stock of
preaching and my children will
starve.” Mr. Driver was in his bug
gy at the time he said this.
TOBACCO, PIPES AND CIGARS,
A pair of six-year-old graded Devon
oxen, weighing four thousand seven
hundred pound.«, were sold, recently, Candies and Nuts of Every Description,
in Gllmanton, N. H., for $325. A pair
of ordinary native cattle would have
cost just as much to raise, and would TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC., ETC.
have sold for about half as much. Mor
al : Keep good stock.
How soon some young women
change their minds respecting their
husbands! Mrs. Spinn was forever
telling her husband that he wasn’t
worth the salt in his bread ; but when
he got killed in a railway collision she
sued the company for $5,000.
HAWLEY, DODD & CO.,
45 PER CENT. CHEAPER ! !
HE UNDERSIGNED TS PREPARED
to make preliminary survey of Mining
Claims in conformity to the new law ot
Congress. All lode claims held under said
law are required to be surveyed and the
JAMES S. HOWARD, Surveyor.
. Office at Jacksonville, Oregon.
THAN EVER AT
DR. RADWAY’S ¡’
yerfeetly tantele««. r!*ran11v coated with sweet gnm.
purge, reenlnte. ptirilv. cleatnw nu<l Mrcnetben. Rad’
way's Pill«, lor the eure«.I aildinonler.nl the stomach
Liver. Rowels, Kidney«, Bladder. Nervous l>r«ea<e*l
Headaebe t’^nwipati..«’ CuMtiveuen. IndittesttMl. Dyi
pep«ia. Bi!lou«ne«s Bdivsn ^ever. lufininiiiarion ,4 «to
Rowels, Pile«. a-«d all Derangements w the lateniat
Jifcccra. M nrmiitrrt toeftrrt n
>rsetiih1o,rf»iitMiuui< uo iuvrcury.uHiM;riU*ordeie«» r;-
A lew do.es of RADWAT’S PILLS wttl free the .ya.
tem from ail t heal"« vrnameddt-orders. Price »-.-L
p-’b«>v HOLD BY I'HUUUIRTS.
^EAD -FALSE and THUE.” fiend on. —
Wnn in R a DW a Y A CO. N o 3S Warrens« TZr
'nformailon worth Utouaanffa wiU toaou
PRO BONO PUBLICO
public are hereby noti -
iietl that I have placed my note» and
accounts in the hands of my attorney, 11.
K. Hanna, with positive instruction» to
make immediate and forced collection in ev
ery 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
business must be settled !
JAMES T. GLENN.
Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 1874.
QrwV free. Address G. STINSON
Co., Portland, Maine.
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