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SATtmDAT Morning, Oct. 10, 1807.
Bible Came.-nKV. 1. D. DRtVER,
agent of the American Blbte Society, will de
liver an address, at the Methodist Chorch, In
tbli place, on Sunday, the S7lb Instant, at 11
o'clock, A. M. The public are respectfully In
vited to be present on the, occasion
Proceedings off the Beard ef Trus
tee Regular Meeting.
TCKSDAY EVKNIXG, Oct, 15, '07.
Present, D. Linn, President ; Henry
Judge, John Orth, Geo. P. FttncV and
A. Martin a full Hoard. The meeting
was called to order by the President.
The records of the last meeting were
read and. approved. The Finance
Committee reported upon the follow
ing bills, and recommended their pay
ment: Wni. Hoiiman's bill for sta
tionery, 12 75; It. S. Dunlap'R $7 00;
Sutton & Hyde's, $27 25; J. W. Hull's,
15 00; Oregon 7Vrw', $0 00 and On
rcox SentinixY, 5. The Several
bills were ordered paid at coin rates.
The Town Treasurer made his sec
ond Quarterly Report, showing
Warrants paid in Currency., .f 7.1 :3
Warrants paid in Coin ....... -18 00
Currency 334 50
Dalatice on hand (currency) 588 .15
Oregon Pre' bill, $31 50, publish
ang Ordinance No. 33, was presented
.and referred to the Finance Committee.
.Petition from Jo. Tinsmati was pre
sented and read. The petitioner i-cts
'forth, that his Log, foine days tiucc,
strayed into tliK town, and were taken
up and toldj-and the proceeds paid in
to the Town Treasury, and, inasmuch
;as he ha rSuOeiad great lo8 thereby,
.oiks -such ireliof of the Hoard, in the
ipiuniisc?, as shall Mi'tii to them projcr
-and just. The trillion was taken tip
and acted upon, by ordering the money
(118 50) that had been paid into the
treasury as the, proceeds of the sale of
said hogs, to be refunded to the peti
tioner and a warrant drawn for the
Liquor liuenecs were granted, upon
-Application, to J. Guilloyleand to Dick
t Huber, fur ur months, and each as
sessed nt $50.
On motion, the scsvion was continu
ed over to Tuesday, Oct. 20th next.
D. LINX, ProsVleut.
Indians Aiiolt. Mr. Wrwdey in
forms us a Spaniard, herding cattle
on Trail Creek, in this county, waJKt
at uv Indians Jal week, ine eircum
btauces, as wc heard them,
1lM lt fllt lAMtl llSlak oai'aosiiiiw
"u. ".'I ,v
ins auues ns neruer came acnibs a run-
hcra of four or five Indians, who had
killed some of his stock. The Mexican
tays he told them they must not kill
his cattle, whereupon the Indians fired
at him, hitting his horse. He turned
and rau but, had uot got far before his
hone fell dead. He then continued
hit flight on foot.
Max Shot. Mr. Wribley informs
us, that last week Mr. Chadwiek, in
Sam's Valley, was riding through the
woods in that neighborhood, driwug
some cattle, when a shot was fired from
a clump of brush, the ball from tho
firearm taking effect iu thu horse's neck.
Chadwiek, thinking it an accidental
shot, rode by the same place mwii after,
when another hot was fired, the ball
striking him in the arm. The man
then ran, when it was perceived, that
his face was covered by a handkerchief.
ArroiNTMENT. We leam thatCupt.
L. L. Williams his been appointed to
fill the racancjr caused by the death
of R. A. Cowlcs', late clerk ol Douglas
.county. Xo better appointment could
1isa' been ni.ide, the appointee having
discharged the duties of the office as
.Deputy &r nearly 5 year, and we un
derstand that it give general tatisfao
Rcugiocs. Notice will bo found
At the bead of this column, that
the Rev. Mr. Driver will address jhe
citizens of Jacksonville, ou the 27th
in st Mr. Driver was attached to this
circuit in 1860, and made many warm
friends during bis ministry, who will
be pleased to bear him again.
To thk Ladies. Everybody in tbis
valley should go to Muller & Brenta
no's, and see the largo number of Gro
ver & Baker sewing machines that have
just arrived. Mr. Holt, the traveling
agent for these splendid machines, will
be in attendance, to give gratuitous iu
traction and exhibit a new and ingen
ious appliance for marking 'tucks."
i nis last contrivance is a new patent!
ana worth looking at.
Tan Factory. Judge Tolman is
getting along fino with his tan factory.
Ho has got his water wheel jn, an oigh
teen foot overshot, and his vats nil
framed and ready to put down. He
intends to do a great part of tho work
of making leather by machinery. His,
bark mill will be run by water, as well i
the hide mill. He thinks he will be '
able to begin " working in" hides by j
next spring, and will be able to take
out some thin sides in fourteen or fif
teen months from this time. i
Cotillion Party. Mr. L. Home,
the obliging proprietor of tho U. S.
Hotel, in this place, advertises in to
day's issue that ho will give a public
ball on the Uth of next month. Mr.
II. always manages things in such a
way that his patrons have a pleasant
time. Make up your minds to east
ofl the mantle of "dull care" for one
evening, and woobright-visaged Pleas-
urc in the ball room.
-- '' ",.",, '
noof ! Ht'KH.Mi! P. H. Coffin says
if any one wants to "tread on the tail
of his coat," he can be'lound on the
corner of C and Third Streets, with
paint and brush in hand, prepared to
do anything and e eryt hing pertaining
...i "i...!. .. . v ii.... .. .:...
to tho business of A No. 1 house paint -
er. He savs no can
He savs ho can do good work,
and will, or "bust his
ine to-dav's advertisements.
. . r. ' ,-7 . .. , , ,.
dated Oct. 17th, sav that theHepublican
Central Committee nre determined to
contest tho election of Sharswood.
His oflicial majority is 744. The Dem
ocrats of Ohio are considering tho pro
priety of contesting Hay's election, on
the ground that negroes voted for him
in some counties, contrary to lav.'MnTn .a,, DCOTAIIDAUT
The eau would bo tried before the Sen- HU I CL ANU tttb AUHAN I ,
ate, which is Democratic.
New Yoiik Ciitcvs. This grand na -
tioual troupe is on its return trip to
California, and will exhibit in Jackson-1
villo on Monday evening. As this will
be the last opportunity our citizens i
will have this season of seeing thishow j
they should avail themselves of this
Xkw Stoke. Our old townsman, ,
Morris Haum, has opened a new store, '
for the sale of general merchandise,
at Ashland. Mr. H. is a clever atid
obliging merchant, and we are quite
certain that he will succeed in his new
location. We bespeak for him a liber
al share of patronage.
To Ykkka. Mr. (Jcorge Iloss, an
old citizen of this place, and late Street
" Commissioner, has moved his familr
l Artln n ttmrn tlmt lut line tiiir.
chal an interest in a liven-
that city, and is likely to do well.
Cable news Irotu Florence, to the
12th, savs that thu Garabaldiaus con
ccntrated near Frcbinoue, and whipped
tho Papal troops badly.
Wheat is selling in Albany for 7fi
cents if3 bushel in San Francisco for
2 63. Who says Oregon don't need
Kev. 3Iil liooitK will not occupy
hU puljiit in Jacksonville to-uiorrow.
If you wish the very Lest Cibinet Piioto
cnirns. you must calf on I1KA0LKV &. RL.
LOFSON, 429, Montgomery Street, San Fran
cltco. Flows I Flows !
isrcafteter tea each er set un.
U.rr inn. fTnltlralnM. LaB. Mill. ll Uf...
..ni.tvwM vu...VI. MM H,,P lail KlUUfl,
Cider Mills, Hay Cutters, (all sizes) Fanning I
Mills, (all sizes) CORN SIIELL.ERS (double
IELLEUS fdouh o i
and tingle band and horse power), Wagons,
Carts, wilb a larjre and fall assortment of all
kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMI'LEMENTS.,
all which will be sold at greatly reduced prlcei
at wholesale or retail.
J. D. ARTHUR A SON.
Corner of Da-Is and California Streets.
octl2m3 Sto Francisco.
Notice to Stephen Keberttou, a
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
the affidavits of Geo. A. Ituoch and John
W. George have been filed In this office, alleg
ing that you have for more than twelve months
abandoned your Homestead Entry No. 70, made
on N . E. J of section 21, T. Si eoutb or U. 4
west, and that
The 20th day of November, 1867,
at 1 o'clock P. M., of said day, has been set for
bearing the evidence on said alleged abandon
ment, at this office, and that unlets you appear
and otter evidence to show the validity of
jour claim, the same will be deemed abandoned
Ifrted at the Land Office, at Roeeburg, Ogn.,
Oetol-er 3th, 18(7.
JOHN KELLY, Register,
oetlzwC ADDISON 8. FLINT, Receiver.
ley yjaa. for 0tle!
THAT VALUABLE FARM,
JUiated on Applet ale, Jackson county,
Oregon, known m tb uorsb half of Donation
lM Claim No. 42, Ulpg Ja paru or sections
21,23, 26 tod 27, tovsxfcblp 34 S. H. 3 W
sranted to the laU JAIflS BISHOP, and to
ANNA, bis wife together with all the Improve
ments thereon, consisting of buildings, fencing,
etc.. will be sold by the undersigned, at private
ale, ob reasonable terms.
Apply to JAMES'J). FAY.
Attorney fee Mrs. Anna Bishop,
octmr Jacksonville, Oregon, j
A CAKD F0 THE
( SPRING Sl SUMMER
BADGER & LNDEMERGER,
Not. 411, 413 and 415 Battery St.,
Cr Merchant, iui Frond,
Entire New and Fresh Stock.
Wc would call the attention of Country
Merchants to our unusually largo Mock of
Goods. Our stock comprises every article in
CLOTHING A FURNISHING LINK.
We hare constantly on hand the largest and
greatest Tariety or
OA8SIMKKK AND WOOL HATS
or any house in San Francisco, and our prices
for these goods aro let tbau lboo of any houe,
aa we receive them direct from the raanufactur-
J er's consignment. Ourstock
SPRING & SUMMKIt GOODS
i ( particularly attractive, and the great feature
to the country merchants la tbu unusually low
J Less than the cost of Importation I
We also keep the
,B the fry GoodYllne, which Good wo have pur-
chaaeU In this market under the hammer, and are
'offering them at New Vork cost, and lew
, We b,,ih ,M, Mr0 n orJcr' that wo w
, make new acquaintances, and induce those who
.T,mn nr ati.w.
tiood Articles & Low Prices
! Arethe great Inducemementawc offer to all who J
purchase to sell airaln. Merchants whobuvo
f" mik. good profit, and sell to their
; Your obedient servants.
1 HADGKIl k LINDKNHKHUER,
1 "rVkolesalc Clothing and Hat Warehouse
' Noj. 411, 413 and 415 Battery street.
I Han Francisco. Oct. 28, '65. m3
,w i n YY 11
i vFUtt eilOW S Wall,
Travelers and resident boarders will Dnt
Placed In first class order, and In every
Way suptrlor to any In this section, and
surpassed by any Id the Stale.
' HER ROOMS ARE .NEWLY FUR.MSUED,
And a plentiful supply of the best of every
thing tbu market affords will be ob
No troubled will be spared to deserve the pat
ronage of ibe traveling as well as the perma
Jacksonville, March 31, 16CC. tf
Corner of Washington and Front Streets, i
Oil TLA XI),
Oil KG OX.
L. P. W. Q U I M B Y,
(utc rnormrTOB or tuk "Western Hotel,")
TTAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE HOUSE,
and entirely nKflTTED AXD REFlfilXISIt
El) It, Is now preptn-d to receive and uccommo-
.1b( lila frlr.rli and farmer ntlrAm an.l lha
general travelling public. For safely in Ibe '
event of nre, and the conveyance of guests,
a SIXOXD rASSAOEb been opened to the
SMEl'ltV AI'AltrUEXS, which aro commo
dious and especial arranged for Ibe accommoda
tion orfamllies. WARMwi OOLD
BATHS "tlacbvd to ibe bouse.
Tbli liouu I loeaUtl nearer Ilia HUtulnal
LiiUIii( iIikii miy plUrrlii
THE HOTKL COACH
will be in attendance at the veral Landings
to convey suests aud tbelr haggraut lo and from
lbs bouse FltKK OF CHARGE. The house has
,, - . - ,
f, ur,d lre:fi r00.r T,", T
f '"l""' " u.. .. w
Uliundont to render bit bouse attractive, and
guests comfortable, octitf
WOO D SAWING I
I have just received and set up one ol
Burt' UhIub lforce I'oners,
and am prepared to take contracts for rawing
wood, also low a figure as to dely competition.
Pile vour wood eight feet Ugh, and save uocey
by giving me a call.
Quick work and complete latMaction U
Jacksonville, July 27, 16G7. tf
A BOOK WAXTEl) UY EVEHYliOPVI
TIIK HKHT CIIAVUK
Ever offered to agents, fend at once for terri
tory for the sale of the New Eoitiok, Rkviuko
mo Ew-iaoeu of WELLS' EVERY MAN HIH
OWN LAWYER and DUHINKFOKM UOOK
It embraces C50 pages of Information indispens
able to eitrj man and woman, and is sold at
the low prce of 92 SO, For particulars and
term of agency, address
Gen. Agenti for the Pacific Coast,
Jy27sa3-lo (can Francisco, CaL
THE HIGHEST OAHH PBICEH PAID FOR
Hides of all kinds, delivered at tbe market
of the uoderslgned, In Jacksonville.
December 8tb 18. tf
THOSE INDEBTED TO SUTTON k HYDE
are respectfully Invited to come forward and
settle their bills. They do not mka any spe
cial referwee to officers, bat-' Ibsy MUST have
money to ntet their own liabilities.
f - lmtssa 3HCyd.
afJuanvIlk, 8pt.f , 1M7. If
I bo paid for tho
1 arrest and conviction of any
person who can't buy Drvgoods, Cloth
i Ing, and General Merchandise, cheaper from
us tnan rrom auy oincr mercantile cs
ettabllshincnt In ton. The
arrival of our J
AND WILL 8KLKCTKU STOCK Or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IXltlti; 1-8 TO XAKK THIS H11KRAL om.K.
OUR DKYGOODS DKPAUTM EXT
la stocked with the latest styles of
Figured dress goods,
French anil English Merinos,
Empress do tit,
Alpacas and Mohatrs,
Wool & cotton Delaines,
French, English ami
All of which will be sold at tho wry lowest
raier. uur assortment oi
IRISH LINENS, PLAIN AND DOTTLtl SWISS, JAC0.
.NKTTS,CROSS.llAnS, VICTORIA AND
BISHOP L NS, NANZOOKS,
cau nines, etc..
Is well selected, and cheaper than ever be
fore offered In this market. Our
Swiss and Jaconctt KmbrolJcrlc,
Linen, Thread it Cotton, Lace and
Ilonuet and licit ltlbbons,
are the latest styles, and sold at prices tu defy
Yt e also have the newest fashions of
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDRENS'
Hats and Cloaks,
and an Immenso stock of all kinds of
Woulcn and Cotton Iloie of every description,
Also an entire new stock of Ladles. Mlstrs,
Chlldrens and Infants' Shoe, all of which will
be sold at Ibe most reasonable prices. Our
Ulcachcd and Unbleached
are of Ibe very latest manufacture, and sold
and Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Roots
Buoca Baiem uiotn and lllaukcls,
Wall Taper, Willow Ware.
Cigars and '
LIQUORS are lying on tho shelves and In tbo '
warenouse in great prolusion, nua will Iw told
Great Reduction in Prices.
I'leawi give ut a call, and examine our stock
and prlcea before purchasing tUewhrrc.
Jacksonville. Sept. 12. 1BI.7. tf
JOHN F. HOUCK,
Watchmaker uml Jeweler!
Oregon Strttt, Jadtonviltt, Urtgon,
HAS ALWAYS THE BEST SELECTED
New Style, Solid Jewelry,
Well uortd, of plain, engraved, en
onreu ciusjci Aiugs, .ai-liuas,
Gold and Silver Watches,
Of French, Eoullth and American Manufacture,
Frst Quality ouly,
8-DAY AND 30-UOUIl CLOCKS,
Seth Thomas' Striking, Alarm, Weight and
Spring Clocks, etc., etc.
All articles are strictly warranted, and will
be sold 20 per cent less than at any olhcr house
Watches and Jewelry, In need of repairing,
can be sent by expresa, and will be returned as
soon as possible.
Jacksonville, April C, 1 8G7. td
rVaV44V T- a
STAft OF THE UNION
Tlitu delicious stoniscli IHlUrs art cnllrcly
I iMrtant. A U4MDt tonic sail a most
tmitiXtU driak. Tits inarktt l Huxli-4 with
Itoia lbs piumt titracis ot tsluttU rcou, Urk s
aa4brbi an admirably diilcl lythmureof
ttlaCaetloBJ olth Htomtch. Kldur n.lJvtr and
BowtU, such as Pytpepala, )ftu. liUrrlm a, .
Utot apftslU. ato. tie. VutttU sirrvlitrs. (
our. ruanriu Jrnm,i tnj'il.in
G rover A Baker's 1
i SEWING MACHINES,'
Aro tho host In Uao,
I ran this roabniNj iis-aronj
; - I
Thcr sre more slnuiln ami durable
enle r kept In order, make Mroiicc r "
ami more ehslle stllch, n Crntcr and I
i more beautiful scam I tun pnr utlmr. I
incjrscw an rattles nnni two com
mon spools, rtiulre no re winding of
, inrcail, railtu both cnJauf the ream i
I by their own npenitlnn. nuJ liioneli
i crcrjrnrth slltclilsiul the ntm lll
I not rip.
1 Thoy Stitch, Horn, Foll.l
I Cord, Bind, Tuck, Quilt, I
I Gatfior, Braid, nnd Em-'
I broidor. No otlior nin-
I chino Embroidor3 ns woll
1 as sows porfoctly.
Crover & Bakcr'c
Combine the mod modern and cucn-
Tho nttcnllon Is reuuostod ufl
Tailors, Manuriictiirrni of l'ooU 1
i and Shoos. Cnrrlaeo Trlmnilnir. '
Clothing, nnil alt nlhen n'liiilrliitf
i mo use or ino most cuvciivo
Lock Stitch .Mnrhlnrs,
, To llipo Now Slvlos. which nos.vs I
i unmistakable uiltunUgcs over all
.... . . ..i
1 Agents wanted for tho salo of tbo I
I QROVER Si DAKER
In every Clljr and Town net nn
iresntd. For tcrois and clrci
1 spiilr to
I R. (J. DR0.TX, Afrcnt 1
l!8 Monlnom'ry St., fan rrsnrheo,
OCCIDENTAL INSURANCE CO.!
CASH CAPITAL, $300,000
B. W. Cor. Montijomory California St'ti.
Insure acnlnit Lpm or Pumaje by Fire, on
Duellings and nil kinds uf lliilldlngn,
uml on Merclmndl'i1, lloiirvhold
Kiirnlliiro nnd nil oilier I'er-
sonal 1'roperty ut thu
All Loshcii Puyitlilc In l. H.
Cllll. ClllllHTUN'4K', I'lrllilenl,
J. Ciukmiium, Vice I'rvflilcut,
It. llonwcuiLU, Hccietury,
JAMKS T. UUKXS,
A 0 1: s t
J. j. wux.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
1'iont ami V Htrvi-io,
THEY WILL ATTIINI) TO THE RIX'KIV.
lug and furMitriliiitf uf nil m1 (.iilrualril lo
their care, vtllhpriitiiilni niiddlpiilcli. They
have lltlrd up two large buildings fur storing
good, and hava mul arraiiui'iuent so ilmt
inerchunts doing bnlnea throuli llitin will
not sutler by any oti'iclurgcy, or lose any just
claim for good lii,
jpir CouilgniiiMiita solicited. Merchandise
received on storage. ut-2dly
UNION CLUB ROOM,
Corner tif Oul. t Orrgnn His.
THE UNDIIRSIGNEir HAVING TIIOR
oughly ulltleil lliu aliove iiamrd rulnou,
solicit a hnru of the public p ilrouagf. 1 he beat
Wines, Llijuors and cigars wllllm rcrvnl to
cu.tuiners. , U.FAIIREN.
Jackwiinllle, March 19, 'C7, upUltf
IA1MI FOir SALE.
rnilE UNI)ER3IGNKI) OFFIlltS VOR RALE
A. a larm or tnu liuuilrtil and suly f
acres, tlluuled near W'ulild mi II... .,,U 1!!
.; . - , ' ,;: :! ,v '.-'. in
ruuu iroui juckioiiviiio in trcceut Ulty
uim is Known u lliu "I'lililck lUncli," Hnru
Is a good orchard, lioum and Urn upcu It, I
potnets thu Talent Id thu laud from lliuGomn
menl, and will warrant the rale agalust any aud
Apply lo Thos. F. Floyd, Klrby villa, or John
R. Prlndle, Deliuonlco IteMuurunt, Portland,
Oregon. (JU8TAF WILSON,
September fill), 18G7. mp7iii,l
W'll'AvW 'y "He.ilAltRIET F. LAY
TON, has left my btd uud bourd without
cause or provocation, all persons are hereby
cautioned uot to trust or liurbor her on my ao
count. JOHN T, LAYTON.
September 28, 1BC7. Sep76wl
BUILDERS, AND OTHERS WHO DESIRE
lime, will find a couslant supply, ol thu
best fiuallty, In rjuanlllles to suit, at my shop
oa Main street, betweeu Oregon and Third, op
posite Muller A Urenlano's store, Iu my ab.
eence, Mr. Alex. Martin will wait upon custom
Stoue MmM Work
done on terms to suit the times. Orders from
thitt'ouiilry wll iccvlve prompt uttuntlon,
, , ,a "N'K.I'HAl'iH'K. j
Jackionvllle, April '.'0, 1807 upyf
KEDIITOi Sl CO'S
This vnlnable preparatlrto, containing In a
highly concentrated form nil the propertied of
Jamaica Ginger, haa become one of the moat
popular domestic ri'mcriii for all disrates of
the stomach ami illgrsllva organ.
As n Ionic, It will be fnnml invhlaablo to dll
pctsom recovering from debility, whether pro
iluced by fever or olhtrwl.e, for whilst It lm
pirls ti the aystrm all tho clow ami vigor
tlmt cmi be produced by brandy, It la entirely
Ircv Irnm tho ro-actlonary effects of spirits of
it l n'srs nn r.cillcnt remcily for lemslra
who sulTcr from difUcult mensturation, giving
n'nioM Immnllnte relief to tho spasma that so
frrqnrntly ncrotnpanv that pcrloil. It givra
lintncillntit relief to S'ausea, caiivil by riding
In n rullrond cur, or by ica-slckni", or Other
It Is alo valunblo m an external applica
tion (or gout, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc.
ni:ni.nTi), & ro w,u fub this coast-
Haled April 2 llh, 1SG7. np27-yl Inn
Stop that Coughing!
Some you of ean'tj we pity you. Yon havo
tried eu-ry remedy but the one ilesllned by Its
Inlrlusic merit to supersede all similar prcpa'
rullona. It la not surprising you should be re
luctant lo try something else, after the many
e.Tcrlinrnlt you have made ol trashy com
pounds foisted on the public at a certain cure;
la really thu VKUV IIKS I' remedy ever com-pouiidi-il
lor I lie cure of coughs, colds, anro
throul, iiMlima. whiMihiiig roiiiili. Iirnncliitls
uud conininitioii. Tliuii'iimN of n-ii(ilc lo
(Jiilifomlii uml Oregon have bnn alreuily ben
cfllted by iLu surprliiiig ctirullve powers of
ami wlili one accord give It their unqualified
aiiproballon. We now aiMrrsa ourrelv.s tu
ail who orr linarquuinud with this, the grrateat
I 'u nn era ot the ugc, for the healing nf ull ilia-
cures ui the I lirout anil Lungs, assuring you
bus cured tlmununds, anj It WILL CUItK
YOU If you try It.
This Invuliiubla inrOlcInc Is pleasant lo lbs)
lutte; soothing, hcnling and itreiiglheulng lo
lisid'eclsj entirely free from nil poisonous or
deleterious drugs, aud perfectly harmless under
CirHfiinten from many promluent cltlxensot
San Frauclico nccompiuy every bottld of
KKIH.VOTO.V & CO. Agents.
Ahoad or all others is the
IIAIIl ItlTOItKH AMI IIAIIl DKK.1SBR
llolll liimltllital III un.
Tru.l mi olt.ar, li.xo'r 1muhI
Tiiiiaraiid.! lil llil liaUouj
Trjr ll-aivl al ) l.i II i ra.xit
L..II,. JUillu Ha.lilmlvu.n
Taniljf lliouoiil liM.lt rrinlii'l as
l ll k nulla It .1 ll' ilui.li
lllllU.na rmi tlull rutu Ufhiil ui,
lib llnlr II1M1 riUDMaJ,
Will keep tbe hair ofl and glossy,
change gray hair to lis orlglual color,
prevent the hair from falling out or get
ting tblu, make old beads look young, and
do all that can bo reasonably expected of
a genuine, first-rate Hair Restorer. All
who have uied It pronouneo It superior
lo everything of the Mud. uml being a
perfict llulr Dresser at well m a perfect
Hair Restorer, it Is an acquisition to ev
ery toilet. Reding ton & Co., WholesaU
Agents, Ran Francisco.
If faithfully med acconllog tn directions, will
cum every cute of DlabUfi, uml grrully mill
gute thu iroublesomu elKcl. cmui! by u ielux
utlon ol the outlet of the blaililvr. It Is a uioat
succisoful remedy for (Jruvil urn) oiher tli.ru.n
of the Kldiuja utnl llluililer.unil for 'moili-iln.
eusea is unequultiil. TIhi UAI'IIULICON
tinirormlly curia rrolapaus, Ulirl, While, all
Irregularities of tbe Monthly Turns, Suppru
alnn, Incontinence of Urine, Uloaiing and drop
slcal Hwelliugs, uud all (I ileuses of frtguaocy.
The specific action of ihls medicine h immedi
ate uml certain upon the Uterine and Abdom
ioul Muscka am) Ijumfnisi restoring Ibeui lo
us lieullliy u slat us thosu ol childhood and
youth, so that palleiilt who huvo umi! tho
URArKNiiKMo CoMrANi-'a UTxaiKi Catiioli
cak cannot u(licleutly express their gratitudt
(or the relief all'nrihil.
HKDINOTO.V & CO., Agenti,
416 and 418, Front Hi. Bun Frunclseo.
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ar uaJ ftvui frsih srull. Kacli Will
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tLa inuktl, nuiauulljr tAty art tb chl
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