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HTATE OF OREGON.
U.8.Senator».J. H.MiU-belLX N.Dolpb.t’rai- f
___ — O H. Il..nnllV«e*
H. H-rm.nn; »»
Hucrraar, of Slat". G-.ra« W. McBn.t.; 8t«tr
Trauarar. Geo. W. Webb; »tote Fruiter F. < .
Bikrt; Hapt. Public In.lrnction, K. B. McKlrcw;
8.1 pram. JmU—, W. P. Lord. Chief Justice W.
W. Thayer, R. S. Strahan.
A Scaly. Itching. Skin Dis
ease with Endless Suf
fering Cured by Cu
Everyone Biyjuld (io and See the
GRANDEST & LARGEST COLLECTION
El 1ST JUDICIAL DimtTOT.
J ackson ville, Oregon
OF NEW WINTER
Aanalor, A.C. Stanley. IV»prenentativ£. ¿* J
Bowditrh. B. A Miller;r<mnt> Jwign, E.
Clerk. \Y. H. tO«r; Sheriff. B W. Dean; Jrean-
nrer. N. FishariAnnoMor. J. M (’hildern; Schoo!
ttalMrintendMrt. N. A. JacoU; Purveyor. J im »- J m -
frey;Corouer. IL Pryce.
PERSIAN CASHMERES, NUN’S VEILINC, LACE CHECKS
(ilici Yak Siilitint’s
FURNISHING GOODS. HITS,
ZANZIBAR & PALMER SEERSUCKERS
BOOTS .nd SEOïS,
Senator. H. B. Miller; Rt*nrRm*ntative, b . U.
Mitchell; i'ouuty Judge, V.Colvig; <’omaiMw»n.
era. K. M’-neéiger, J M. Payne; Clerk. < . K
(’ha nal or; Hheriff. T. G. Patleraon. Treasurer. J.
W. Howard. A-meew. J. P. Lewie; Hrh<wd Nu-
Kirintendent. E. ¥ Hathaway: Hurvayor. W. N.
lund'Tn. ( oroner. Dr. Kromer.
KLIM STH OOVMTY.
Joint Senator. C. M. Cartwright of Wuvo; Hep
•eeentallve.H. Mclxwn of Klamath;f oanty Jtidg«-
G. W. Himth. Commie-»oner«, J. L. Han’t». K.
A. Emmitt:Clerk. W.C. Hale Sheriff. M. D.Chil-
«ra I *, i a . •'
> • HtMw» .« A.-earx* tL L.
H/Jtnn. Bcliool Hupenntendent John Uor
Purveyor. IL H. Moorn.
l % kb corxiT
Senator. C. M. (’»ntwright of Wwm; KeprMMB-
tative, IL McLean of Klamath; County
Pitta C4>mrai**ioner*. Geo. M. Jone*. < . I>»rtue;
Clerk. W T. Boyd; Sheriff. A. J. Chariton; Troa*.
urer A Me(’alien. Hcliwol Superintendent. A. H.
Fisher; AMeaaor, O. L. Stanley.
ORCANDIES, COCHÜOO LAWNS
Kemcnil»er. theca good* are now and bought since
the war in railroad rates and are cold
Clioap lor CJ iih I i !
XKrriNG <>r counra, rrc.
The Supreme Court of Oregon in***ta at Salem
regular term* commencing on the firet Mondays
in March and October.
rii»*Cire»in Court forth»’ Firet Judicial District
aeta in JarlcMin county on firet Monday* in April.
Beptemb’r and Decnmhar In Klamath county
on aecon«i Monday in June and firet Mumtay in
Novwmher Ir. Like county on th »third Monday
in May and the M*»n»l Monday in <>lnhar
JoMf’pbine county on find Momlay» in March and
?^r Jack .»m county the County, Prolmteand
(’onntry Pnatnc*. bought and "olii; also. Wool,
Hide». Fura and Door Skins Solicit order» for
C<»m:nireionere'co.irta tn»»*t ev*ry Tnonth.com
tnaacing with th«» firet Mon«lay; for Josephine
county, th* firet Monday m January. April. July
and September. f».r Lake county, «very alternate
month, commencing the firet Morulay in January.
F«»r Klamath county the firet Wednoaday in March.
June. September an«i November
AMOSKEAC, STAPLE CHEVIOTS AND GINGHAMS.
l^ine 1 î I11’ÎIM<>I h
MENS’ AND YOUTHS’ CLOTHINC
NEW WINDOW CURTAINS, WALL PAPERS and BORDERS.
NEXT DOOR TO P. O.
Large Stock of Bouts and Shoes
«Vili pHM tio'm all th* Court* of the HlOlHr«
mtheCourt fliHUM», firwt A»r to the lift of on
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
And everything u*uafiy found in a tirRt-clanH
Variety Store. Also,
A <s hl mad, Oregon.
Will orarti«* in all ('.sirts *»f th** State.
Oii<! Follow’» bnildinit. up stair».
To tie freed from the dangers of RnftocBtion
while lying down ; to breathe freely, sleep sound
ly and undisturbed; to rise refreshed, head clear,
brain active and free from pain or ache; to know
that no ¡MiieonoilB, putrid matter detilee the
breath and rots away the delicate machinery of
smell, taste and hearing ; to feel that the system
does not. through its veins and arteries.suck up
the poison that is sure to undermine and destroy,
is indeed a bleaeing beyond all other human en-
i’lkymoute. To purchase immunity from such a
ate “hould be the object of all affiicted. But
those who have tried many remedies and physi-
cih s despair of relief or cure.
8anfi>raH Radical ( uro meets eyery phase of
Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the most
lo ithson e and destructive statfi*. it isiocal and
eoi.y-titutional. In a:4 ri rdt<*\ 1 ne. pemMMBt
in curing, safe, ecoiiom cal mid never-failing.
Sanford's Radical Cure consist** of one bottle
of «he Radical Cure, one b«»x of Catarrhal Sol
vent, and one improved inhaler, all wrapped in
one package, with treatise and directions, and
sold by all druggists for
P ottib D bvg A M edical C o .. B oston .
This is tho place to got your
i_- Do PE ATT.
J. R. NEIL.
attorney a counselor at law ,
ALL THE REMAINING COODS
FRUITS IN SEASON.
Our goods are the best and guaranteed ns repre
sented. Prices low, as wo do not propose to be
at the Old Stand of
A. G. COLVIN, JACKSONVILLE, OR.,
W. T. WILLIAMSON.
ATTORNEY Ä COCNSELOR AT-LAW. i
ACTUAL COST PRICES !
The goods must l>e
r<Ä“ There will positively be uo Reservations.
sol< I at once, even
-DOSE IS —
No Rheumatiz About Me.
IN ONE MINUTE
are being offered for sale at
Will practice in all the Court« of I ha St ite. Of
See in Court llou^. second «i«»»r on right from I
Hold everywhere. Price: (‘uticura. 50cents;
Soap, 25 cents ; Resolvent. $1. Prepared by the
Potter Drug ami Chemical Co . Boston.
t-^“8end for “llow to Cur* Skir. l)is»*ases," ftt
¡»ages, 5») illustrati >ns. and KM) tesLine»nials.
DTirPIzEH. black-heads, chap|>ed and oily
riJLt>kin prevented by Cuticura Medicated
CALIFORNIA ST., JACKSONVILLE.
Will praetice in all the eonrta'of . th« Statu
Ottie** in H-nilin’» b-ick building, up-ctidr«..
Psoriasis, Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm, Lichen,
Pruritus, Scald Head, Milk (’rust. Dandruff. Bar-
berV Baker’s. Grocer’s and Washerwoman’s
Itch, and every spe jes of Itching. Burning.
Healy, Piniplv Humors of the 8km and Scalp and
Blood, with Loss of Hair, ar»* positively cured
by Cuticura. the great Skin Cure, anti Cuhctira
Soap, an exquisite Skin Beautiher externally,
aisl Cuticura iU*M»lvpnt, the n*w Blo<si Purifier,
internally, wh*n physicians and all <dber reme
rilUNKS ANI» VALISES.
VARIETY STORE !
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT 1.AW.
DEMNI s D o WXIHO.
If 1 had known of V’*' ^ ihictba R emedies
twenty-eight yeais ago it would her* saved me
>200 (two hundred d«»fL.re) and an immense
amount of suffering. Mydieeaao (Pmiriasia) com
mvneed on my bead hi a spot not larger than a
cent. It spread rapidly al! over myKjdy and
got und®r my nails The aeale« wou\l drop off
m* all the time, and my suffering wae endieea»
and without relief. One thousand dollar* would
not tempt me to have thia disease over again. I
am a pyor man. hut feel rich to b* relieved vf
what soma of the doctors said was leprosy, some
ring-worm, psoriasis, etc. 1 took. ..and....Har-
»•ajjarilla over one year and a hal* but uo cure.
I went to two or three doctors ar.d no cure. 1
cannot praise the Cuticura Remedies t<ju much.
They iiave mails my akin a> clear md free from
scales as a baby's. All 1 UF<*d o’ • ein v.-w three
boxes of Cuticura, and thre* b-»’ :•» (>f < ticura
Rasolyer*. and two oaks* »•» Cutiadk1 ► ■* if
v»e: had bet’t
«r*d ’•tud-wm woutti ha*.
cured me for f3UQ.OO you would have had the
money 1 looked like the picture in your b<M>k
of Psoriasis (picture number two, “H *w to Cure
Skin Diseases*'), but now 1 iun as clear as any
person ever was Through force of habit I rub
my hands over my arms and legs to scratch once
in awhile, but to no purpose. 1 am all well. 1
scratched twenty-eight years, arid it got to be a
kind of second nature to me. 1 thank you a
thousand times. Anything more jou want to
know write me. or anyone who reads this may
write to me and 1 will answer it.
Waterbury, Vt., Jan. 20. 1887.
AND SIMPSON'S SILVER GREYS
'The Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster
relievfg Bheuiuatic, Sciatic. Sud-
den. Khan» and Nerveua Paine,
^tStraint* an<i Weakn«»i*es. The tirnt
I T A^^and only pain-killing planter New.
original. inMantaneoim. infallible
wafe. A marvellous Antidote to Pain, lnrtamma-
tion and Waaknew. Utterly unlike and vastly
superior to all otl^r plasters. «At all drnggiKta.
25 centa; five for $1; or, poataffe free, of Potter
Dnig and Chemical Co.. Boston. Maa*.
LU bin i nena in my line will rt»c«ite proinptat-j
ATTORNEY a COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
— ASO AT—
THE LOWEST RATES
Will practice in nil the (\ irta of the State
< ‘►fir»» up "faire in Orth’t* brirk.
K obinsow ,
G ill . M
0. CRONEMILLER Í SON S,
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
DR. W. STANFIELD.
Ha. located in Talent. Or., for the practice of
hi. prof.Mg,on. M.k' . nil ehrvnio diimne«.aach
a. Rtommatiam. \«»hma, Pilaa. Kidney Diaca^a,
Liver Complaint«. Ac., a specialty.
Successors to C. C. Beekman’s Bank,
L. L. WHITNEY. M. D.
QVIUIDTnMC ■ Bitter or bad taste in mouth;
WI Ivlr I UlflQ ■ tongue coated white or
covered with a brown fur ; pain in the back, sides,
or joints—often mistaken f r Rheumatibm; sour
stomach ; loss of appetite ; sometimes nausea
and waterbrash, or indigestion; flatulency and
acid eructations ; bowels alternately costive and
lax ; headache ; lo*.*. of memory, with a painful
sensation of having failed tn do something which
ought to have been done ; debility ; low spirits ;
a thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes ;
a dry cough ; fever ; restlessness ; the urine is scanty
aar*. high-colored, and, if allowed to stand, deposits
Othee un California Street, in Mrs. Ganung’s
HP* Cal la promptly attondod day or night.
Eagle Point. Oregon.
.Tn<díisoiivi 11<‘, Or
W. H. SOMMERS, M. D«,
PHYBh IAN. SURGEON AN1> ACCOUCHEUR
I*n Jeaaioual calls promptly attended to day or
Consultations in either English or German.
fW“ Office and residence on California street,
comer of Fifth street.
T. R.YOUNO.M D.,
THE UNDERSIGN! D HAVI FOilMI D A ( (»
1 juirtnersl111> with an imthoriz»11 capital of
for tho purpoiw* <>f carrying <>n a General
Banking BaRiii»** in ail of its brnnehea in Jack-
Office at tl><’old Htarulof Book
man’* Banking House, H. E. corner of Third and
< aliforma nt roots.
C. ( . BEEKMAN.
Keeps the largest et«»ck of
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON*
Central Point, Oregon,
FARM AND MILL MACHINERY I
Fruit, Shale Drniiicntal and Nut Trees
1« KrneraHy used in the South to ax>ust tha
Torpid Liver to a healthy aiftiop.
It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the
Walter A. Wood's Binders,
Walter A. Wixsl’s Chain Rake Reaper»,
Walter A. Woo«l’s Sweep Rake Reapers,
Walter A. Wood's Enclose«! Gear Mowers
Gaar. Scott A Co.’s Separators,
Gaar. Scott A Co.’s Plain apd fraction Engines,
C«>atc8’ Lock Lever Hay Rake; also a
Having liM-atisI »t this place I nek a share «,f
th» patronage of thia section. Calle attend«»! to
at any time
Write for ('stallarne.
A---- ANO BOWELS.
AM Err.CTUAl IHCIFIC FOR
Mental Depression, ltowel Complaints,
Etc.. E»c„ Etc.
IKI'K lïî,O». 1(11*1.. ( 0., l*ortl»ml. Or,, or
» ItOM lltl.l.t K A SUN, Agents. Juekeouville Or.
z. e. uzrnv. M. n..
a. esv«’«. s. n..
Residence on C 8t
PARKE It LACY,
THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PRYCE & GEARY,
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
THE INGERSOLL ROCK DRILLS AND COMPRESSORS
and WIRE ROPE—SPECIALTIES.
NO APHIS OR LICE ON TREES.
sole agents for
in Williams’ Brick Building
»LL RU8INES8 IN MY LINE PROMPTLY
A attondod to. mid chargee re.u«onabl«*. Or«ier»
left with Judge D»> will receire im:ni»ltate at
to |10 p«rl00.
..................................... 10 “ 1ft ‘
Plum and Prunn Tree«.............
8 “ 1H “
Other tr*»»*» and shrubbery furnished reasonably.
Bond for ’ 'atAlogue to
J. H.SETrLEMIEK. Woodburn, Or
J. C. CARSON
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
A full line in st**, k of
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL.
in tho HtAtc.
and Price Lint <>n application
< ’ountry order« a specialty.
FACTORY AT WKIDLER’S MILL.
3 u 33;
to and from the Hotel.
Saináronme, cor. Third and E Street».
No ('tiinase ••inployixl mid no deviation in
Meals33cent»; h»itfin«r 25rent»!*» ,0cents.
E. I.KWtSTON Propri* tor
A Rare Chance!
By the Thousand !
Thepabbcsrn hereby notitie«! «hat the ander
«ianed will oder st privat« »al« all the
(/«rr.Affi« T«w»l» »nd privat«» effertu of th« !at»
H. P. Ifanna. Thi* ia« nw .»pporttinify f*r nny
on< wiFhinH t<> pnruhwM» «ome ftr«t-clHi*»»c«irriHgp
H K HANNA, Admimetrator
Cor. Krönt anti Morrison St*..
W.w flre-prosf Brick.
Flrst-rliw. Inali Respect#
EWTh.» <*jin»»nd Restaurant in un»nrpa«*,i **>
very part icnlm-
F*>K ALI.. »VIA WEEK VNU KX-
p***i*e«» oitui. Outfit wor'h $’ »nd par-
’ i-nGr« (•»* I’. O. VICKERY, Au.
Sash. Doors* Blinds
ONE DOLLAR PER DAY HOUSE
Westinghouse Automatic and Junior Engines.
Cor. 3d and E Street«,
HE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW TAKING OR
derathrungh Jackson and Ju»»l>hine counties
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY,
Any kind raised in a firet « lava Nursery.
Those vrantin« Tn»* this tall will do well to
give m. their order», a» I will guarantee satiefne.
I warrant all my tree« if properly cared for.
Terni» of term-nt easy. Produce taken at mar
ket price 1IWO lba. <>f Peach Seed want«!.
A. 8. JOHNSON
Jacksonville. Oregon Ane. 1 18H3.
CITY BARBER SHOP
THE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY PREPARED
to dual! work in hi» linein the bout manner -<r<!
»1 r«Mtm>n»bii* prices.
The Rtmly of the best m-tbols of
teaching is just the recreation a worn-
out teacher needs.
The school in Cove district win taught
in a tent last year, thero being no school
house erected yet.
Miss Katie Van Dyke, who lias been
teaching schixil at Paisley, Lake county,
has returned to the valley
Every district should be on the look
out and secure the services of a go>l
teacher for the spring teiin.
Miss Emma Coleman, who is one of
our best looking and most successful
te.tc.rei*. is paying Portland an extend
A teacher who says at the eommence-
ment of vacation, “I wish I might never
enter the s«-hool-rooni again,” never
Our friend, Ed. F. Hathaway, county
superintendent of Josephine county, is
proving himself to be a popular and an
The law makes it a duty for directors
to visit their schools. All the directors
that comply with the statute in this re
spect, pleas«.* hol«l up their right hand.
The t»*ople of Prairie «listrict are talk
ing of biiihling them a new school-house.
They need one bad enough, an*! we hope
to ee them go aliea l with the scheme.
Teacher, do yon require your s<*holars
to have regular stated exercis«-s in com-
isisition ami declamation? If not, von
shoulil commence at once, a» the law is
imperative on that |>oiiit.
We disprove very much of teachers
fin ling fault or criticizing any of the text
book* used in the scli'jols, before th • pu
pils <luiing school hours. We think it
is bad taste ami not commendable in any
teacher,to say the least.
Teacher, did you prepare at the login
ning of your term of school a programme
of daily exercises and recitations and
[tost the same in a convenient place in
the school-room for the benefit of the
school? If not, why not?
The good people of Woodville have
furnisheil their scho>>l-house with the
latest improved patent desks. Mrs. W.
P. Counts, an estimable lady, and one of
the t»*st teachers in the county, was at
the bead of this praise-worthy and suc
The blank bomls sent to the clerk» of
the different districts are to Is* used by
clerks elected at the school meeting
hel«l in Marcli. The ohl clerks should
preserve them and have said blank bond
on hand at the meeting, so the new
cleikscan fill them out ami the directors
examine and approve them and thereby
save much time and annoyance.
There are many requests to known
how blackboard slating is made, One ol
the best rec -ipts is this: Use 'j. Ï gallon
shellai: vaiuish, 5 ounces lampblack 3
ounces powlered iron or** orcmeiy; if
too thick, thin with alcohol, (iive thiee
coats of the composition, allowing each
todiy before putting on the next; the
first may be ot shellac and lampblack
alone. It must Ire put on with a camel-
hair brush. The emery must lai very
finely powdered. Some use fine pumice
stone instead of emery.
We have made arrangements by which
we can furnish the 7'.-<i«-/i< r's Institute. an
excellent educational periodical, to tin*
teacher for $1. The publishers’ price
for the price for the paper is $1 25 per
year. It is jrublished monthly and
ranks as one ot the best papers of its
kind in the United States. Send your
names together with $1 to N. A. Jacobs,
Jacksonville, Oregon, at once, so you
can get the January number. We are
very desirous of having every teacher in
the county take some good school jour
nal. ami shall expect them to subscribe
Many a passionate child rules the
For Children, fur Adults, and for the Aged«
household. The little baby on its moth
8AFE TO TAKE IN ANY~CONDITION OF THE 8Y8TÜH
er’s knee goes into a passion because its
dinner is withheld from him, or some toy
J. H.ZEIUN a co.,
denied him. He shrieks, and strikes
his mother, and the mother says;
“l’«»>r little boy, he has such a passion
ate temper; he can’t be crossed,” and
yields. She ought to spank him—spank
him hard—for being in a passion, and
give him nothing till his passion has
cooled. The child, though he lie s « j
young that he cannot speak, if he lie old
enough to lift his fist and strike a blow,
Over 30,000 Cures in Six Team. deserves punishment, and needs to have
a lesson taught it. The mother who
PILES. RECTAL ULCER, FISSURES, PRO neglects this, increases tiie chances of
RITU8 AN1. F1STUI.A8 IN ANO.
her son going to the gallows. As be
POLYPUS RECTI, E tc .
glows older, there are better disciplinary
Cured Without Cutting Operations punishments than spanking; but when
the child reaches such an age that they
are useful, it may be too late, his tem
per may have grown into a dominating
force in his character that cannot be
eradicated. Mothers sometimes say
Surgeon, Oculist and Aunst. and proprietor of the
Sanitarium for Eye, Ear and Nervous Diseases, when a child shrieks a good deal, that
Portland, Or. has been appointed agent and it would endanger his life topunish him ;
physician for this system for Oregon, and has in perhaps so, hut you still more endanger
two months made a nuin'»er of cun* of cases, in
some of which, severe operations with tho knife his future if you don't punish him. Many
haveonly done harm.
a gallows tragedy has had its la-ginning
Refers by permission to Mr. Jas. W. Weather on a mother’s lap.
ford. druggist, well-known in Salem; Mr. Frank
Day by day 1 see criminals, hundreds
Gardner, machinist at car-shops, and others.
of them—thousands of them tn the
Will meet patients at
J. FRALEY'S HOTEL, ASHLAND, course of the year. I see scores of
broken-hearted parents wishing rather
Every Second Sundny in Each Month.
that theirsons had never been irorn than
A«ldreas for pamphlet on Rectal Diseases,
they hail lived to bear such burdens of
DR. J. B PILKINGTON.
shame and disgrace, f bear the wailing
of «lis.ippointeJ mothers, an«l see humil
iated tatheis crying like children be
cause oi the sins of tlieir children. I see
mothers growing gray between the suc
cessive visits in which they come to in
—Nature’s own Remedy—
quire about the boy in prison. And see
ing these dreadful things till my heart
Will »isssiily n*li«*v«* »n«i pcrmn- aches, I say to those mothers an«l fathers
n»ntl>' cure all ths rariuns «lifficnl- whose lioys have not yet gone astray, to
I ips nrising from » di«onirr«Hl c«>n
mothers and fathers whose little families
dition of the
are the care of your lives, teach your
LIVER AND KIDNEYS ! children obedience. I want it written
large. I wish I could write in imperish
It is perfpetty harrnlp»» and can
Is* givpn tothc m»**t d»l inate woman able, glowing letters on the walls of ev
or child. For sale by all druaKi-t». ery h'inie—oliedience, obedience, ohedi-'
ence! Oliedience to law—to household
KNELL. HEITNm A HOODAUIl,
law ; to parental authority; unquestion
ing, instant, exact obedience. Obedi
PORTLAND, OH EXION.
ence in the family; obedience in the
school! Whenever, from the beginning,
from the first glimmering of intelligence
in tire child, there is expression of law,
let there lie taught respect for it and
obedience to it. It is the royal road to
vutue, to good citizenship; it is the only
road. — IF. M. E. Round, in Inilr/iendeiit.
fJANNOT BF. TOO HllinLY RKVOMlMF.WDLn, AN IT IM TRULY
A MARVEL OF THE AGE, ami no houwehold »lionId lie without
it. It prevent« as well an cures KKl*i IHSF.AKF.N, <>Ol'T.RHEI -
MATIHM, GRAVE Land all KIDNEY DINF.AriEM. A FFEt'TED LIVER,
HEADACHE, HAl'MEA, BILE, WIND, INDIGESTION. CONHTICA
TION, DIARRIIO.A and DYSENTERY, FF.VF.itS and At*I'E. BLEEP-
I.F.SSNF.MM. LAMKITL DE. FOI L BRE.LTH, nud every disease hronght
on or aggravated by a dinordcred stomach. It in u npcclttc against
Contagion, and an effleacioan remedy flor sudden and severe COL'GUN»
COLDS, AMTHMA, the PILES, JAUNDICE, etc.
Oregon Kidney Tea I
It Purifle« the Blo«xl. Clraases the Stomach «n«l Bowels, and gives the whole syttem a
nealthy and Deltphttul Tone. There never w«< a Medicine for the Nursery equal to it, and
being composed of herbs only. It can 1» given aafely to infanta. It U a triumph tn mediolnc
harmless, yet eflkac-iuus. Invaluable tn tho family, on the road, at the mine, at sea, and
For Sale by all Druggists and Grocer*.
NOTHING SAVED BY SENDING EAST
FOB GOODS IN OUR LINE:
L. C. HEINRICHSEN,
119 First Streat.
THE LITTLE CUPIDS!
THE LEADING JEWELERS OF THE NORTHWEST,
Farm for Sale.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers io
A tkmi ’ okaky certificate cannot he
granted to a teacher but once, and then
only in a case of necessity.
UB UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
at a low Kgure, eighty acres of good land, sit-
uat.sl 2% mil« east ofLinkville. on the Fort
A and reliable Mcilicinexarc thebest
Klanath roa«i. Fifteira acr«-» ar» under fence VJ wV» todependupon. Acker's Blood El
and m cultivation, while most of th« balance ¡a
-nscepubleto tillage. Three u a u*«»»i well of wa ixir has been prescribed far yckra for a
ter and a logh onseon thepro|*rty For further puritlqsbftl
particular» call on
C. N. GORDON. Unkvule, Or.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks ! T
G'X m I s ;
Ï WI’F V'rjil’ J- D
Silver and Si!v’r P! xt«<l Wire. Spe'*ta''ln*4 ind Optical
U.L G‘»0DS IN THE L’NK
agente for tim llockfnrd
W it- h H •; urinu <:;» »
Packages soot (>H luplinarion. ■ ’> aai ic.i.Tah» with q * F ¿fots parcha*iu£ «iaewhere
The following deeds were also recorded in
the county clerk'« offlee during December :
10 Mary R Phelps; lot 3 in
block 3. Medford »250.
Mrs Susanna Whitney to M K Beattv
and H E Baker; property in Me«lford. »25
Simon Hamburg to John Sisemore- 4'x'
acres in sec 4, tp 34. s r 2 w. ».5000
John Stillwell to J O 0 Wimer; 5 acres iu
tp 39. a r 1 e. »1000.
M E Rieve to S B Hamilton; 230 54 acres
d c .39. in sec 4. tp 39. s r 3 w. »4760.
D A tjevens to M Purdin : lot 12 in block
15. Medford. »250
J H Chitwood, et al, to Sylvester Patter
son ; lot 1 in block 23, Ashland »1.
Joshua Patterson to Sylvester Patterson- !
15 acres in sec 18. tp 38. s r 1 e. »100.
N A Jacobs to L I, Jacobs; an undivide«!
one half of 160 acres in sec 14, tp 35, s r 2
S Sherman to J M Mark, 41.74 acres in
sec 3. tp 3!(. s r 1 w »417.50.
U 8 patent to S Sherman fur land in sec
37, tp 39. s r 1 w.
D Walker to J Hummer; 10 acres In tp
39. sr2e. ».500.
B '• H.«v»u >n 1 tn S Conttor; 32o.tl acre»
<4 c of J Nwimlen, 38 and pnrts of secs 26
27, tpld. sr.3 w. »7000.
J Swinden to Ben Haymond; 320 21
acres of d c 38. and parts of secs 27 ami 26
tp 36. s r 3 w. »7000.
Julia A Breitjarlh to Geo B Ross; ) rop
erty, being parts of secs 1 and 2. tp 37, • r
2 w »200.
Johanna Houck to O A C R Co.; 13.10
acre» in Ashland. $100
W Clark to A H Maegly
and W ... H
I-».«. -MA •>!'
; 240 36 acre»111 secs
28 and 1 33,
37. s I
r 2 w. $7750.
A H Maegly to W 11 Parker. S'«'4 acre.«
in ti> 37. « s r 2 w. $40011.
W H Parker to A H Maegly; 85’,, acres
in tp 37, a r 2 w. 44UOO.
W A Bodine to 11 Schuler anil I Schnier;
leiO aerea in see 5, tp 37, a r 1 w. $4500.
(J C Beekman to Agatha ltramlenburgh ;
hits 1. 2 and 3 in block 79. Medford. It Vl
I J Phipps to S Chillier», 1 23 acre« in
Schilder« tu F (ialluwsy : 1.23 aere» in
II S patent to W J McLain fi.r land in
M c 19, tp 30. s r 1 «•.
('Mingus to .I W Short. F it Plymalt
an.l Wm Angle ai.l 1 aerea in t|> 37, a r 2 v.
J H, J II an-i \V ’I Shepheril to (> A (’ I*
( '•<> ; «i c «I to land for right of way
II Fox to J R B Hutchings ; 10 acre« in
sec 0, tp 3!». arte. »250.
I J Phipps to Wm Angle; property ir.
Medford. l*i «loh.
S 1, Bennett to Mrs J Bradley; 121 Otj
acre- in tp 37, s r 1 and 2 w. 37*0 dots.
J Siaenaorc to J Dungan; pi acres in sec
36. tp 36, s r 3 w 401 dois.
(.' B Stone to W M Davis; 10 acres in s< «
36, tp 38, s r t w. 30«J «lois.
C listone to Milton Berry; 9 acres in
sec 36. tp 38, * r 1 w. 250dois
Rubli <k Bolt to N S Drew; VW acres in
sec 29, tp 38, s r 3 w. 200 dois.
I'S patent to J Callahan; 160 acres in
sec 24. tn 37, s r 1 w.
G M Willard to A Brentano and J Eichel;
q c d to an undivided ’ , ot 0« acres in sec
12, tp39. s r 1 w UOdols.
Martha J Hockersmith to J Hocker
smith: property in Ashl nut. 20u0dols.
« W Uroiiack t> J Teesou; piopeitcin
Medford. 100 dois.
J R Helman to Manila L Gillett; q c d i
to property in Ashland. 2 dola.
N D Firestone to S F Morine, property
in Ashland. 400 dois.
A G Rockfellow to 8 Cowles: property in
Ashland. 1650 dois.
A 8 Moon to H Richardson ; 4o acres in
sec 32. tp 35, s r 1 w. 30i) dois.
V S patent to Harvey Richardson; l<jo
acres in sec 4. tp 34. art w.
A 11 Geyer to M Kirklam! milling
claim in Jump-ofi Joe mining district. 125
O A T Co to Jane E White, property in
Ashland. 235 dola.
V 8 patent to I' Gordon ; land in secs 13
amt 24. tp 33. «rie.
0 4 T Co io 11 II Carter; property i*i
Ashland 4*« «ini,.
O A T Co to E K Anderson property in
in Ashland 370 dola.
0 4 1'Co to Laura Edwards, property
in Ashland. 150 dola
OAT Co to W H Atkinson ; property in
Ashland. 4» dois.
OS T Co to Lena Phillips; property in
Ashland tei dola.
OA T Co to E V Carter, property in
Ashland 327 Iodols
O A 1 Co to G N Anderson ; property in
Ashlami. .Vio dois.
O S I Co to L Sexauer; property in Gohl
Hill 40 «luis.
OATColo R Sexauer: projurty in Gold
Hi 1 4<> dois.
(I Coolidge to C Mingus; property in
Ashland. P*>> dola.
James 1 hornton et al to Barali E Garrett;
property in Ashland.
H Coolidge to Mr» E A Matheny; prop
erty in Ashland. 1175 dole.
II Coolidge to Mr». K A Matheny; q c d
to at. undivided one share in the east Ash
land water ditch. Idol.
V S patent to P H Uviatt; Wo acres in
sec 15, tp 40, s r 2 e.
Brinkerhoff System for Cure of all
ou the Northwest coast.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
The Eagle Point school clo^.l List
Examinations were conducte«! at the
Jacksonville public schools last week.
Robt. A. Gray finished a successful
term of school on Neil creek recently.
Forest creek district built anew school
house last year. Let the good work go
We hope to see every teacher in the
county subscribe for a grxxl educational
We exjiect to hold a teachers’ local
in^ itute at Ashland during the month
Frank Howell, formerly a teacher in
this county, is in Salem, studying for
The next apportionment of the county
sciiooi ninds will oe mi le on the hitii
day of April, 1888.
Endorsed by the use of 7 Millions of Bottles, as
Graduate of th« M'Nlical University of LoninviHA,
Kentucky. < alb» promptly attended to day or
BUY THE BEST AND BE HAPPY!
DBS. ROBINSON &CILL,
.V. A. JACOfíS, Editor.
SCRATCHED 28 YEARS
FALL! 1887 WINTER I
Uotnpriaing Jackson. J‘**Pb»n*. Lak* and
Kiamath c»»ojitiee: Circuit Judgo, L. K Wetxter.
District AtU»ruey. W M Col via.
ADVERTING‘AND J0 b WORK.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1888
j kcvmom oouam.
<ihf ÿrmocratic ®imw.
HOW BEN. BUTLER GOT RICH.
Advertisements will be inserted la th« Tiara
.1 the following rales:
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“ “ »«ch enbeeqnenl insertion................ 1 0*
lawxl sdvertisaments inserted reaaoaaUr.
A fair rmuctioD from tho nbove
yearlyand time advertiser«.
THE TIMES JOB OFFICE
1» more complete by far than any other tn South
ern Orsg.in.sn«! «».mpares favorably with snyia
the Hteie. Job Pnnun« of every Imamnabto
«liwnption«loneat Sen Francieco rat««.and In
THE WOOL SITUA TION.
Teuog Men of To-day May do Llkewl««
if They Follow Advlee Given
In a pamphlet entitled “Wool Grow
ing and the Tariff,” Rowland Havard,an
General B. F. Butler lieing asked (oi ext«*i»ive manufacturer ot woolen fab
some suggestions on gaining succesA rics, RI iode Island, treats exhaustively
stated that when he was a young lawyer of the effect oi tariff on wool. He main-
said that he had but little money and ¡years was during the year« of 1851-61,
was uncertain as to his future.
I when there was comparatively no duty
"Never mind,” sai«l the bank presi p ¡on wool, and that prices have been very
dent, “go to the next public auction oi I low with from 40 to 60 per cent, tariff, he
.sure, bid off* lot with a building I ,,v/of the tariff to’ eYZre^ w«!
of some kin«! on it, pay dow n what money grow los:
you have and give your promissory notef
The rewon of the failure is not far to
for the balance. You will come out al) aeek. It is |**rfectlv clear that wool-
are dependent on wool manu
General Butler says this advice war urowers
facturer» for their market. If woolens
good. When a man has obligated him 1 cannot be sold at a profit wool must de-
self, by his notes, to pay money at a cer
tain time, it inclines him to economy. i dine in price antii they can I*. The ab-
He folio-wed the advice, and in time be- j Hence of prosperity among manufactur-
| ith ia a • i4ire indication ot a bail market
came the owner of several parcles (jt..-
The fad of this <le,ienuenc«
valuable real real estate in Lowell.
Two classes will not be likely to heed [of wool
. growers on wool-manufactories
•uch advice-the improvident and the I can,n.»’
in mind in
over-cautious. The latter will be apt to
say: “It would lx- all right but for those any intelligent discussion of the sabjeet.
dreailfnl promissory notes. They are al It was through the wool manufacturers
ways running on and if a man falls sick that the tariff of 1867 injure«! the wool
growers. The country did not produce
they do not wait for him to get well.”
■fhere is this danger, of course, but one i wool enough for its wants. It did not
«•an make no business venture without i produce the kinds of wool required for
some risk, and with the knowledge ac «•ertain fabrics, and suddenly the cost to
quired by recent investigations of the the manufacturer of all important wool*
cause of most ordinary ailments, and the [ was largely advanced. Those mills
means of cure, one rims little risk from could not run without these imported
that source, it is now known that most wools. Those mills which had used a
of the common ailments have their origin mixture of domestic and foreign wools
in derangeil kidneys. They are the chief were kneed either to buy their domestic
blood purifiers of the system and when wool for less or advance the cost of their
disorilcred a breaking down somewhere fabrics. A struggle was thus begun by
is soon inevitable, ls*canse the i«oi»on, manufacturers to put down the price of
which in their healthy condition is wool and raise the price of goods, and
eliminated, is *arrie«l th rough the entire such a struggle was entirely- inconsistent
I with pros|M*iity. Tin- wool-growers nec-
Put them in order, and health returns. jessaril.v had a bad maiket.
A grave error was alao committed by
C. I>. Dewev, a successtul man, presi
dent of the .li'finson Harvester Company, the framers of the tariff of 1867, when
Batavia. N. ¥., gives his experience as they- assumed that the price of goods
could be advanced by the makers of
in 1882 my health was failing, my them to any desirable point. Wool was
head pained me constantly, my appetite to lie advanced an«i goods were to be put
was lUK-ertain, I could not sleep soundly. I up at a corresponding price. But this
I attributed this to the extreme pressure (can never be done. I’rice cannot be
of business cares, but I grew worse, and I fixed arbitrarily.
finally was confined to my bed for two sunier to buy is the final governing fact,
months. It seerne«! as though I would [ No ' legislation can effect this, and if the
"never recover” my former health. Un price is fixed alrove this ability no sales
der the aid of stimulants I gradually i can is* nia.le. Further, at a certain
Gained strength, so that in a few months [ i.riee a certain quantity of an article can
was able to atternl to business, but I ■ f>e sold. At a lower price it comes
could walk only with the assistance of a [ within the ability of a new setgrf custom
cane, anti then in a slow an«l unsteady ers and more can be sold. If the price
manner. I continued somewhat in the I is raised the consumption is at once di-
same condition until Februaty last, when I minished. No joggling with the tariff
1 used Warner’s safe cure. It has cured | can evade this principle. By increasing
ine. 1 consider it a valuable remedy and [ the cost <if the im|«>rted raw material
can highly recommend it.
the tariff could and did increase the cost
Yoimir men have but to use ordinary of goods, but it could not make constim-
prudence, and when any derangement ;eis buy them. Manufacturers ha«l to
occurs if thev use the same means as did work under more uufaxorable circiini-
this successful business man, they may : stance«, and the wool market was neeee-
feel a constant assurance of their ability [ sarily depressed.
to carry to successful conclusion all
ordinary business projects, including the
A S tkkkt F kacah .—Yesterday, alout
care of t lieir promissory notes when due. I noon as Col. John 1-ane was standing, on
the corner of Main and Washington
How P rotection P rotects .—Two cur-1 streets in front of the Re«l Front, in con-
rent items of news show very clearly ; vernation with some other gentlemen,
when protection protects. The will of I’hip Matthews came up andaccuaedjtbo
the late W. ('. IJvl’auw, of Indiana, is Col., oí ha* ing d -ne him, Matthew*,
contested bv his daughter. The estate so,ne injury by soma rejK.rt the Col. is
inventories over »6,000.000, and the will said to have made. TheCol. denied hav-
gave »1,500,000 to Del’auw university ing done anything of the sort. Hot words
.... 1 about
—I a as
... much L. more to
a _ the
\ I.” I ¡ensued,
zart G llairl «luring
« 1 tiri Ft <v va-Va
dist conference. How was this great , very abusive. The Col., it is reported,
fortune amass«.!? In the mauufvture s’rnck a» Matt hew», when th" l»Uer dr w
of glass, protected under our tariff from I a revolver and struck the Col. with it on
45 to 147 |«er cent. How has “American | the left check, inflicting a severe wound.
lalior” fared under the law that enabled , In tiie melee that followed G. A Taylor,
De I’ iiuw to heap up $6,(MW,000? In who was present, seized Matthews an«l
1860 the average daily wages of glass tiied to wrest the pistol from him; and
workers was $2 96; in 1880 it was $1 79. during the struggle the pistol went off in
All the glass-workers in the country- Mr. Taylor’s hands and entere«! the wall
have not been able to save as much of the bouse, luckily doing no serious
money under twenty-five years of damage to anyone. ’ Mr. Lane tried to
protection’’ as this one manufacturer evade any further trouble with Matthews
devotes to perpetuating his name in a by going into the house and essaying to
go out at the back door, and us 1 e did so
Example nunilier two: A. l’ardee, the Matthews followed him, seized a chair
coal baron of Hazleton, who has devoted and threw it at hint; Lane then seize«! a
a portion of the great foi time which the dub ami went for .Matthews. M.itthews
bounty system has enabled him to heap finding the Col. was determined to de
up to connecting his name w ith a ci liege, fend himself took to his heels and ran as
“began evicting his striking miners re I fast as his legs would carry him, and,
cently. How the miners have slaved says our informant, his whistle was last
and starved the Wurld’r unchallenged 1 beat«! as he passed Green's station,with
reports have told the country. And now out a flag of warning in the rear of his
the philanthropic patron of education is train.— Roti hurt; I'laindealrr. Jan. !?
evicting them from the miserable hovels
that have been their shelter. And this
S< «tBX4:n’« M agazine for February in
is how protection protects.
rich in illuatrated articles, which are al
A bout the C olo W eather .—It is cu
so of unusual interen in their text. The
D eni tn;i> of T imber .—Sim Southern ■ leading article, entitled “Mendelssohn’s
rious to read some of our exchanges, and
note the tempeptture given as the lowest was in the city this week from Hazel I .<4tern to MoM heU*n,” in the first of two
degree registered, while other items in creek, Cal., says the Redding Eure I‘r,s». which have been made from a remark
the same papers speak of heavy freezing and from him we learn that the railroad able collection of manuscripts which has
not consistent with the figures stated. and progress are destroying the grea’ ' l«een for nearly half a century in the pos-
Sacramento valley papers record the fact natural advantages of Strawberry valley , session of Felix, the son of Ignaz Mos-
of ice living visible to the extent of fiotu as a pleasant summer resort. Within a cheles, the eminent eomi>oser and most
one to two inches, with the theimome- radius of seven miles there are eleven trusted friend of Mendelssohn. These
ter above freezing |x>int nearly all the saw-mills, with perhaps an average ca i letters, which are unusually intimate
time. At Riverside it is claimed that no pacity of 440,000 feet of lumber |s-r day. [and ]*-r*onal in tone, were recently
frost occurred, yet six miles distant half At that rate the grand forests of sugar- placed in the bands of iVilliam F. Ap-
an inch of ice was visible. Even down pine will soon tic known no more for tl.orp, the well-known musical critic, and
so far south as San Diego the weather ever, and what lias been the delight of . from them he has made a judicious and
was as cold as our average winters in tourists will soon be a snowy waste in I entertaining selection. He has welded
the mountains, and water pipes were winter and summer a scorching lesert. 'them with a brief commentary, which
frozen in town where frost is seldom The railroad officials seem to favor the ' throws light on the various illusions in
known. In southern and central Oregon establishment of a government park ; tiie correspondence. The first article is
swift and large streams were frozen over but what can the government do with ; liberally illustrate«! with portraits of
so that teams and wagons crossed, and the patents that it has given for these Mendelssohn and his family, of Mos-
yet it is claimed the mercury had not lands other than is claimed by the rail «•lieles, and with reproductions of sever
reached zero. The present winter has road? Surely those who have patents al «irawings bv Mendelssohn. The eon-
been phenomenally cold all over the will not surrender them. With the tim 1 eluding |iaper, to lie published in March,
coast, and it is safe to assume that everv ber cut away game will become scarce, I will consist most entirely of letters.
section wai proportionally cold aeeonl- and the streams of fish and a few mineral
ing to its situation, altitude and distance springs will be all that is left of the
Tiie R«‘pnblican party hired corpora
inland, to be clear of the influence of the sportsman’s paradise.
tion» to support it; it gave them thou-
sea breeze, although San Francisco was
»amis and millions of fertile acres; but
cold enough last week to seem like New
S caldino B rine for M eats .—A cor- now we rea«l that Land Commissioner
York. During this cold spell, however, respondent. J. S. Tibbits, writes to the ¡Spark* has restored to the jieople 31,-
San Francisco, according to signs! ser Rural Prm upon the subject of curing ■ 000,000 of these same acres. Yet there
vice report, was the warmest city in the meats, as follows: “While there have * are men, claiming to tx.- Democrats, ask-
Union, even warmer than Los Angeles, been a numlier of excellent recii**« and J ing—“Tell us what good results from
San Diego, New Orleans, Mobile or any directions about salting pork an«l bacon, I Cleveland’s election!” “The fool hath
place in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi one very essential requisite lias been said in his heart tliere is no God!”—¿.
or Texas. — l’rvt« Journal.
omitted, and that is a thorough scalding R. Democrat.
and skimming of the brine liefore it is
And in the face of this, and many
applied to the meat. After all impur
A coKHKsroNPEXT of the Lakeview ities that may arise have been care other similar reformations,some very un
Examiner, referring to the route ria Bo fully removed, it should then Tie jionred I wise men say with their mouths, “’there
is no difference in the two old parties ”
nanza from Lakeview to Montague, says:
to the meat while it is hot. Even if it I Bnt there is, all the same.
“The citizens of Bonanza are making on
hot enough to start the grease no harm
preparations to commence work on the is
result. I have test«»! this plan for
new road which runs through Barnes’ will
O ver in Jackson county, Or., there is
Ilian forty years at. 1 I never have
valley from that place to Laketiew, more
not much likelihood of the county-seat
making the distance nearly twenty miles lost a | hhui >! of |«*rk vet. 1 have sweet removal from Jacksonville. Ashland,
nice sidi*-|K>rk n-.m whi<-h w as put down
shorter than the road now traveled by in
with the largest vote, is probably too
this wav last August.”
wav of Sprague river. They are expect
near the southern end to suit the other
ing the Lakeview business men and
localities, while Medford and Central
ranchers concerned to assiBt them in
T he daughter of Police Captain Thom I’oint would Is* rivals not suitable to
the enterprise on the latter end of the as of Oakland, Cal., has again fallen either Jacksonville or Ashland, hence
mad, which interriectH the Bly road at into a long sleep or trance. She had the capital of that countv will probably
George Penland's ranch in Drew ’s val been free from the affliction for several remain in itatu quo for another long
ley, making the whole distance over months previous. At various times she period.— Yrrlca Journal.
thirty-three miles nearer to Montague, has been asleep for a long fieriod. Once
and which will enable the merchants to she remained asleep without ever wak
C ol . I rish thus defines “a boom.”
ship goods at all seasons of the year and ing for nearly two months. During these
at a less cost than by Redding, as the periods she partakes of no nourishment, “When a baby grows to tie a boy, and a
country is generally level. Ball’s moun and, strange to relate, has actually boy to a man, it is not a lxM»:n. It is de
velopment. But take him in the cradle
tain is the only difficulty, and that is gained in weight.
and blow him up to manhood when ho
crossed by a good grade, and enables
has not cut hiR teeth and that is a boom.
the freighter to haul his load with much
But it bursts him. You have no man
more ease than by the Redding road.
Of ih.»»c co.'mctic* which give to the face a and you have «(KMled your baby. He
ghastly (yes. glmstlvl wliitcnc»». 8uch would have grown to be as you wanted
IIAo t» lowr first frirnW.'
prv|Mrati«Hii e«.nbiin lead or some other'
Your stomach, of e<ior«e. Why* Re equally nijiirion» anil dangerous sub- ‘ him if you had kept the bellows out of
ca.i ic if it is < ut of order you arc nne stance', the u•«• of which, if long Oontin- him.”
ot th«* most miserable creaiurcs living tie«! will, ...si.li .. giving the skill a rough
Krna Thr Jtrath Hott,
(live it a fair, honorable chance nrul »«*e if ami leathery appearance, ultimately pro
it is not th«* beet friend you have in th«* duce paralysis of the nerves. This state Which the bill* of mortslity of any large
end. Don’t snuiki* in the morning. Don't ment is no "bug a-boo,” but facts, well city may I«* fitly designated. an«t you will
drink in the morning. If you must smoke know n to chemist» and physicians, based
and drink wait until year stomach is on the well known physiological effects of fm«l that renal and vesical inala«!i«s. that
through with breakfast. You can drink such substances who»« presence in prepar is to say. those that efteet the kidneys or
more and smoke more in the evening ami ations for the complexion are indicate«! bv blad«l«*r. have a remarkable proniinence-
it will tell on yon less. If your food fer such outward signa as before stated, if
ments an«l does not digest right—if you you would use an article which will at we had almost said—i>rep«>n<lerance.
aretrouhle«t with heartburn, dizziness of once pr.xluco natural activity and beauti Bright's disease and diabetes in tbo chronic
the head, coming up of the food after eat ful complexion try Wisdom's Roliertine, stage are rarely cured, and gravel, catarrh
ing. biliousness, indigestion, or any other which is gunrante«sl under a forfeiture ot of the tdadiler and enuresis slay many.
trouble of the stomach, yon ha<i best use 11**1 to be absolutely free from all poi- Yet at the outset, when ttie trouble merely
Green's Angust Flower, as no person can sonous anil injurious substances. Pro amounts to inactivity of the organs in-
nse it without immediate relief.
nounce«l by iea«iing ladie» of society amt volv«<l. the danger may ' be nullified
the stage superior to anything ever pro pleasant renal tonic ani id ‘ diuretic. Hustet*
duced for beautifying and preserving the
♦Jirsf IFAof thy al Nay.
requisite unioimt of tone to the organs
Hon. D. I). Haynie, of Salem, III**., «ays complexion.
without over-exciting them, and th* use of
he uses I»r Bosanko s Cough and Lung
which is convenient and mvolvas no elab
Hr.'Gunn*» Improrrrt Lirrr Pill»
Syrup in I h < family with the most satisfac
orate preparation. Dyspepsia, a usual
tory results, in all cases of Coughs, Cohl Remove constipation, prevent malaria, concomitant of renal complaints and de-
an«l Croup, and recommends it in particu cure dys|H*psia, ami give new life ’ > t’i- hilitj wlii« h tt.ey invariably produce, ate
lar for the little ones. Hampie buttles 5 •yttam Only out- for n dose, Fr»*e earn- reraedlcd by iL So also are constipation,
cent« at City Drug Htore.
pies nt City Drug Store.
malarial, rheumatic ami nervous ailments.