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Bkm. Arrived. The fine ln-11 for
tho public nchool of Jnckionvitlo dis
trict, procured mainly by tliu energy
of Director Hccknmn, 1ms arrived. It
la from tlic foundry of W. T. Garr.it,
San Francisco, woiglis 450 poumlB nnd
when liiing will doubtless bu beard nt
a distnnco of tlireo or four miles. Tlicro
is still due on it nbout 150 ivliitsh tins
been liberally ndvnnccd by Mr. Jeek
man, nnd wliirli ulionld be promptly
mndo up by subscription. It is unfajr
thnt o.io citizen should bo overtaxed to
benefit nil nnd we hope Ibis communi
ty will como forwnrd nnd contribute
tlio necessary sum nt once.
Sinoui.a I'lack roit Gold. Mr. L.
Ziglor lins n mining claim on Jackson
Creek n few hundred ynrdsnbovc town'
which lins been worked over scvcrnl
years since. Tho pnst spring Mr. '
lias found rich pay in what has hereto
fore been considered bed rock. The
metal is heavy wash gold firmly cm
beded in n very hard rock. Tho geo
logical lormntiou of this gold bearing
rock is very singular, it being of n dark
grey color, having tho white strnta
running through it.
Nunciirr oi Goi.t). Mr. II. Helms
showed us n fine gold specimen from
the Timber Gulch lead which weighs
nineteen dollars nnd n half. The spec
imen U n peculinr looking piece, it be
ing about two inches long and about
three eights of nn inch thick. It has
tho nppenranco of having been drawn
out like wire nnd in thnt slinpo embed
ml in quart?, "When it was found the
piart7. full ofl'from the gold nnd left it
exposed in ono solid piece.
U.M'OKTt'XATi: AlTAlK, Capt. I. D.
Applcg'nto writes from "IJrownV on
Klnmath that Capt. Spi-aguc disnpiear
ed in n fit of insanity on tho night of
tho 10th iust. lie left thu following
note stuck on n tree:
"Have my fnmily moved to Jack
sonville; I am Mifl'uriiig insanity; emi
stum! it nn longer; don't hunt for mo;
I will never return. Yours,
Jiri.v Fonrnt. Wo aro recpiested
to say that them will be a celebration
of tho Fourth of July ul tho pio-uio
grounds ol the German SliontiiiC'lub,
in Ilybeo's grove. In tho evening
tlicro will bo n party nt Veit Shut.
Hull. It will be impossible for nil the
people of town to get out, and hence
they aro making preparations to eele
Uirnto here in town.
IIody Fmr.vu. Tho body of II. N.
Jones, who was drowned in tho Khun
Alii river, near Cottonwood, a short
time since, was found on .Sunday last
nbout seven miles down the river from
tho ferry where the deceased wns
drowned. Tho funeral took plaeo on
Foil I'oirri.A.Mi. G. M. Jlanks, for
several years Marslml of this town,
loaves to-morrow for l'orthind. Mr.
Hunks has made an excellent oflircr, ha
discharged his duty invariably with
promptness and judgment, mid wo hope
ho may meot with success in his now
sphere of action.
First Okimciai. Ait. Our valued
triend Max Midler, who has just been
elected by tho people of this county to
fill tho responsible odico of Treasurer,
lins commenced by taking charge of n
Trcnsuie Hint we hopu will never bo
tnken from him by nny cnrthly wnrrant.
Our matrimonial notices will explain.
Nkw Drkhs. Tho Mate Journal,
published nt Kugono City, comes to us
cousidornbly enlarged nnd in n new
dress. It is ono of tho ablest mid
Htrongest Union papers in Oregon nnd
wo nro glad to see it prosper.
Akiii.am). AVo understand thnt mat
tors about tho Woolen Mill nro pro
gressing well. Tho raco nnd pen-stock
nro about finished, nnd tho tlooring is
boiug laid preparatory to putting tip
tho machinery, which is expected
Ciiinesk Laiiokkiis. Sol, n bend
. .Chinaman, informs us that ho can scud
two hundred laborers, nt n days no
tice, to work on tho Railroad nt Port
land. Wo can spare them nt n half
minuto's notice nt nny time.
Ripu Claim. Mr. L. Ziglor of this
placo pnnnod out nn ounce of gold
from ono pan of dirt obtained on tho
bed-rook. This wo call pretty good
pay. Mr. Z. is working in his claim on
, Salmon. This dolioious fish is plen
ty in tho market now, nnd can bo
.lomid at Boycr's, cheap. Thoy aio
caught by tho Messrs. Cameron nt
. thpjr dam on Applcgatc.
Nr.w Sim Walks. Mr. John Xcu
bor has layot down this week, in front
of his store, new brick side walk.
1). Linn has nho laid down a new brick
side walk in fruit of II. llreitbarth's
Mr. J. Xcnucr puts in a new adver
tisement this week read it nnd note
the new gco Is ho ofi'ers for sale. "
Last Xniiir.Thc "Wilton troupe
performs to-night for the last lime go
and enjoy a trcr.t.
Nmv Goots.-Messrs. Sutton & Sterns
have received a large invoice of new
Mr. Veit Sluttsc is building n balus
trade around n part of his brewery.
Hain. Quite n shower, of rain fell
FIXED TO STAY.
MULLER UESS Married, In Jacksonville,
June nro, iy u. s. Harden, Etui., Mr. Max
Mullcr nnd Miss Louisa IIcph.
Friend Mnx, the printers wish you nnd your
smiling brldo n happy voyngc down tho fretful
current of lire's stream. You alwnys remem
bered tho printers, nnd you hnvo tliclr congrat
ulations and well wishes. " Whom God bath
Joined together let no man put asunder."
Juno tllli, nt the Franco-American Hotel.
"J K' .S,..,,'nJ'il.cn' n"I- Mr ''O"1' Browns
worth to Miss Mary Ncathnmracr.
MARKS-FORDYCE-Marrlid, nt tho rest
denconrs. I). Van Dike, Juno 2d, by Her.
M. A. Williams, Mr. John Mark and Miss
OF UNPARALLEL PROSPERITY!
JULY 3D, 1800,
Tin: uNi)i:usi(3Ni:i) iil'hehy oivis
notice that ho will glvo n (trund INI)1
l'K.SI)i:NCIM)AY HAI.I. nn tho evening or
thu tld of July next, nl which time ho hopes to
rcuvw tho nciunlntauco of nil bis old palions,
nnd form thut of many new ones.
Everything that will add In thu comfort nud
enjoyment ot thu client will bu provided.
Ii. J. WIIITB, froprlelor.
trni. ii..ii !..... tit. too ii i.i
nun tmiii wuiiu iiiii iruo. JU'UI
FOURTH OF .lUIiY!
f iltt IV1IUII.1 rtlll. DUIli'lAllKl
A f I II A !)1ll, . I,f flWllll i t r -
luvueii io uiiciui iiiu Aiiuiteuury i
Hall, nt tho nbovo named hnute, In
Keibyvlllo, Oivgou. ou tho evening of)
.1UL.V yl, 1808. '
No exertions will bo spared to mako the'
party such ns all can look back to as ouc of
tho pleaaut events of July 'M, 18U8.
a-UOOD MUSIC IS ENOAGED-vn
WM. M. EVANS nnd GEO. E. LOGAN.
OOMMITTEE OF ARR ANOEMENTi
ALEX. WHITE, T. F. FLOYD,
PAVIP KENDALL, II. UOWLEY.
WM. M. LIND, Froprlelor.
Klrbyvlllo, Juno 2d, 1808. JCtd.
N" OTICE IS IIEREHY GIVEN THAT THE
underrlgncd has hern duly appointed by
the County Court of Josephine- county, State
of Oregon, ns tho Administrator of the estate
of John Carter, deceased, Into of Josephine
All perilous having claims against eald estate
aro requested to present them, with proper
vouohers, to me at my reeldcnco near Gravo
creek, Josephine county, Oregon, wlthlu six
months from tho date hereof. All persons In
debted to tald citato aro requested to make
i immcdlato pnyment.
DAVID BLATANT. AUmlMnlraWr.
Grave Creek, Juno 2d, 16C8. jC-tw.
MEN DEN ALL.'S PATENT.
THE CHURNS ARE NOW BEING MANU
factured by Howard fc Smith iu Jackson
ville. Tho public- aro Invited to call and exam
Ino them. Tho fact that they will churn but
ter Iu tho short spaco of from two to fivs win
utos, will convince the most skeptical that they
nro far superior to anything of tho kind ever
beforo offered to tho public. They aro besides,
self cleaners, uo scrubbing or washing by hand
necessary to keen them perfectly clean,
May 29th, 1808. m3Q-tf.
A GRAND DALL WILL BE GIVEN AT
Ashland, on the ovcnlng of July Sd, in
ono of the spacious rooms of tho Fa tory Build
ing. Tho best niuslo Iu tho country secured. Ev
ery exertion will be made to render guests com
A cordial invitation Is extended to all
Ashland, Ogn., May 28th, I8C8. Id
Majority or those who rend news papers never
even give n hasty glance nt a business ad
vertisement, nnd If n
Actually h a choice variety of goods which
. hn Is telling cheap, It hardly pays him to
publish the fact j therefore wc havo
It best Imply to Invito every body to call and
cxamlnu our stock oTeoods nnd lift of prices
before purchasing elsewhere, nnd say but little.
In regard to our ability nnd determination to
iiiaRu it uutnuingcoas o loose wno arc np
l"Po their on Intercut to buy their PHY
I noons, fancy noons, clotiiino,
una, liquors, hardware.crockery,
iuiiavuu iii inci, i.vr.iil llil.Mi
rphctr line, nt MUM.nit &, HltKN-
X TANO'S, corner or Oregon mid Main
May 2'Jlb. ISf.fi.
Tlio Celebrated Home,
WILL STAND AT THE LIVERY STA
bio of Comrtock .t Cawley, In Jacktoic
It Io on Tuesday' nnd Wednesday's, nud nt
tho ranch of the nili-crlbcr, near Ahland Mills,
Jnckron County, Oregon, on Friday' and Sat
unlny's, tho entiling searon, commencing April
7lh,nnd endlu July 1st. 18G8.
I purduccd Cnpt. Sllgarl, In Licking county,
Ohio, and brought him out Wit I'nuama, In the
Spring nf '(!(). 1 Iu Is n beautiful, dark dupplu
bay liai weighed I, I It) pound, nnd trotted
hl mile In 'i in. and 42 seo. ; has nccr In-cn
trained to nny great extent ; Is near perfect In
hU proportions, of tho finest lyluln muscii
btr Kier Is remnrknbl well dctctojx-d ( Is a
hurso nt llrst class nctton, nnd was, by tho ImsI
horso men, nckuowlrdgcd to bo thu mort per
fect fornidl hone In Ohio, fur spotd as a trot
ter ni d size.
His Iio was n large. Iieaiillful ''Sir Thomas
Huisu;'' g slron will tired liiif-horro, known
ns Woodnrd's Sir Thomas :'' he by Diamond,
jr., nud ho by ImpOiUd Dlnmenil. Ills dam
war a well bled "I'lirm r' IU light," nnd In the
county liai iver stood unrrjualid at n Ruadtei
and inuro for general purpnses.
CUT. SIMIMIT l n hairbrolher of Cupl.
l'lelar, now oh mil In California. No ilulllou
ol his ffei h.is eijiiakd Lis tlino ns a trotter.
Ho Is ulro n half brother to Moll-llnmk, of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, who has shown n nlt lints(nmls
unrivaled In tho nuuals or trotting time ; alwi
a half brother to tho celebrated I.tdy Llghlfuol,
of Chicago, Folly iVhlto of Sail Fruncl'cn, and
Wild IIIII, or Buffalo. I learn Hint another hair
hrot'jcr culled Cnpl. Fnlilleld, was n win did thu
Flisl I'lemlum ut thu Statu Fair In Ohlu, and
wus spoken of In their icport as tho bent horso
fur general use. (Seo report uow Iu my pos
Hence It Is plain tu he seen, that ha It of a
family of tho best stock of horses fur speed nud
sUu in Central Ohio. Ills colts, when grown,
nro large, well formed, with good action and
Hue nt) Ic, and bring tho highest price for tho
TI'MilS-fli tho season, InU. S.coiu'. F.
0. nddrws, AslilunJ Mills, Ogn.
W. C. MYER.
Ashland Mills, March 27th, 'C8. inr28-td
This excellent machine took
Over all competition, nt the Into
TT HAS BEEN INTRODUCED INTO MANY
1 families In this county, and has everywhere,
when used, become lndUpcnabto. I havo pur
chased tho right for Jackson and Josephlno
couutlcs, and am prepared to supply all orders
at short notice. 1 sin permitted io refer to Mrs.
John E. Ross, Mrs. Clark Taylor, Mrs. Samuel
Robinson, Mrs. Dr. Robinson, Mrs. Vannoy, aud
many other ladles who havo used tho machine
and like It, because It docs Its work well and
with ease. A large family wash can ba run
through In one hour. I will warrant and keep
llin machine In rcnalr lor two years, Tho ma
chine will bo for salo at my shop, on the corner
ol Fourln and u bis., Jacksonville, rnce,
$18. O. W. WATSON.
May 29tb, 1868. m0-wJ.
J, R, Hki.wak.
BLAKE & HELMAN
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION 0?
builders, and all who have building In
contemplation, to tho fact that their splendid
new plalnlug mill Is In successful operation,
aud that they are able to do plaining of all kinds,
touglng and grooving, and anything In the line
ou short notice, iu the best style, and at reduced
rates. Other superior machinery, Io conjunc
tion with the planer, euables us to furnish door
and sash, door and window frames, and furni
ture ut low rules ; in fact wc arc determined not
to be undersold by any manufacturer in our
lino. Give u a CALL. BLAKE 4 HELMAN.
Ashland, Oregon, May JDtb, 18.G8. t(
DOWN I DOWN II DOWN II
WITH HIGH PRICES.
AND LOW PRICES
arinERgjPMS ! FA8M0OKI.-O
ARE NOW RECEIVING THE LARGEST,
Cheapest, and best selected Stock of Spring
nnd Summer Goods ever offered In the market,
Of Ladles, Misses, nnd Children's HATS nnd
CLOAKS, or tho Ulest styles. Also u Cum
plctonsfoilmcnt or DRY GOODS,
TABLE LI NKN.V.
And In fact everything usually kept In n First
Class Dry Goods .SI ore,
at rnin:s uiiirii m:rv iwirrjmu.v.
OUR A880ftTMCNT OF
nilKKMS Tltl.M.MIMJM, I'AIIIMILM,
II.MIt M'.TH, IM'TTONN,
l,C'KM, Nil. UN,
IM..MM AMU KAMt!V
I'lonU OriiMiiKiiU nml .Vol Ion.,
.lA'A W TIIK VIlOICtlST sM.tvriux.
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHINO,
BOOTS, SllOISr, ILIT.V AND CAPS, havo been
siIcc I ol with muro thnn usual enre, and wunrc
pleased to sny that no liouso this sldu of .Van
Francisco can c.cell us Iu nilely and style.
As usual, n supply or GROCERIES. IMtOVIS
IONS. LI0UOIt. CK1. IRS, TOII.ICCO, MIR
RORSaud(iUEEN.SW.IRi;whleli wo prumlio
to sell at wry low prices for CASH.
Cull nud examine, and Irani our prices, as
wo arc iKI'riuIiicd to accommodate thu most
iiinri.' SACHS BROS'.
HARVfiST Or 186S.
I I). AH'FI I II It KHOS NOW OF-
.1. fer for mlu tho well known COMBINED
REAPER AND MOWER, made nt Springfield,
Ohio, culled tho NEW YORK IMPROVED, or
SEVMOUR A MORGAN Machine. As n
Reaper It has no npiul :uud with tho Impruted
Steel Cutler liar, which will cut cloio to the
ground or two feet high, It iipiuU thu Ix-st
mower In use, Ou tho sldehllls, It Is the best
Machine known, Its continued high standing,
In competition with tho turlous kinds brought
to this market , as a most convincing proof of
iho superiority or tho NEW YORK I1IPROV.
ED REAPER. It will cut moro acros perday,
aud last longer than any other Machluo sold.
Wo also havo for sato tho New York Improved
SELF REAPER. This Machlno has been lest-
ed for lour rears at tho East with the hluhest
approval. Alio GIANT REAPER-cuts usuv-
en-ruoi twain. Also uuwuaHi.i.r kam.ics,
which am nil will kfiown Io fanners. Also,
IIEADDER WAGONS OR TRUCKSJACKSON
(Michigan) FARM WAGONS.HORHEAMULE
CARTS. HORSE POWERS. FARM MILLS,
VAN .Mll.l (all sizes,) TJIIIIMIILIW, UK
VOLVINORAKKS, WHEEL RAKE8.GHAIN
FORKS of all kln.U.SOVTHIJS ANDSNATH8,
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, Etc
with a full and genual assortment of Agricul
tural Goods, ull or which will be sold low by
J. D. ARTHUR A SON,
Importers and Dealers,
May3-3in San Francisco,
THE BEST AND CHEAPESTII
riMIK UNDKIISIUNKI) OITKH l'OIt
X tale at uoprecedintly low prices
OHIO and HUOKHYK Ilcajscr and Mow
cr; Ktlf nnd Hand rake
McCOUMAUK'H Xteaper and Mower;
2 and -i horse Sslf and Hand rake
HAINKH' Improved Illinois Headers;
I'l'ITB' Improved 36-JIorse Keparulor:
WITS' Improved 1'2-Horio 1'owcrs;
UALL'H Improved Tornudo Beparator ;
Heed-Bowers, Cultivators, Plows, ic , of a
recent imnorlation, aud most approved stylo
make, l'armers will do well to call before pur
?10 Washioglou Ktrect.
May 16th, I8C8. mlG-ro3
rpilK HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
-L Hides of all kinds, delivered nt the market
of the undersigned, Iu Jacksonville.
December 6th lEbC. If
Jamm T. (Ji.knx, Joiix S. Drcm
GLENN, DRUM & CO.,
1W I'IRill, MW (illOllli
LOW PRICES WILL WIN !
hmik aiiovk nami::: FIUBf
.L Inku pleasure Iu notifying their friend
aixl tho public generally, that they nre now
trcchlng nnd opening a viry largu and cx
tenshe stock of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
HEADY MADE GLOTHiNO,
HATS AND CAPS,
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
HOOP SKI UTS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Indies', Miucs' nnd Chlldron's Shot's.
CttY Wo linvf, also, In connection with -Yj
Mr the above, a vciy lago nnd -visa
(sjy extensive slock of cholco -Yjja
nf Orocfrlrs, llurdwnti, -YjaI
tMy (iurrnswnrc, 0a
ay (JI.ISS- xfa
&aV ware, Cutlery, -OVa
CnY I'nliil nml Oils; nlso, tisa
PayVlndow Glass, Nolls, lron-VjU
r-ay nml Htcvl, Cuil nnd Blcel -Yjsa
qy Flows, Wooden nnd Willow wnrc. -&j
Wo nre ready to sell nnylhlng In our lineal
tho LOWEST CASH PRICE. Persons wishing
lu buy goods, will dud It greally tu their ad
taulago In rxnmlno our slock beforo purchas
ing elsewhere, as wc nro determined tint to be
undersold by nny house Iu Jackson county.
Glto us n rail, and then judgu lor yourself
ns tn our capacity to furnish goodt ns ulioic.
(Slums', imuni, &.;.
Jacksonllp,Marcli'2, l(r.7. tl
NEW DIGGINGS STRUCK I
WILLOW .SL'KINGS STOKE,
Willow Ni'himh Jai ki tu.,
W.M. IUI.(1KI Htoi'lUliTOK
rpiii miilt'iitiuiiLMl hi'roliv iiu-
JL iiounres In tho cltlreiis of Willow Springs,
mm ticinlly, that Iiu lusupeutil a sliuu Iu llial
place, nud olfirs lor snlu his largo nud will
K lie led stock or
ULOTIIIKOOF ALLIvINIKS, .
aud all kinds of geneial inerchsudlso. Tirnii
snlu uro susy rash down,
Cull urouud allow youmho Iu lu coutlucid
Goods can bo Hold
Jiut m Ohatp as in Juckwncille.
Willow Springs, Oct. 0, 18C7. ccll2tr
DisisolsitioB of Oo-partnorsthip.
Notice Is lurtby gl en that tho eo pailnci
thin htrelofiiro e'xlstlng Iwtween J, M. Sutton
and W II. 8. Hyds. known s tho linn of Sut
ton A Mycin, In tho City Drug Store, Iu Jack
sonville, Oregon, U this day dissolved by mu
All di lits due the Uto linn will lie rictlwd
and receipted tor, by Sutton A Stearns, who
will also pay all Indebtedness against I ho said
linn. J. M. BUTTON,
W. II S. IIVDE.
Jacksonville, Oregon, May lit, IHOtf.
Tho undersigned would retectfully s.iy tn
tho old patrons or thu Cur Diii'il Stoiik, that
we will contluuu bislncss at thu old stand, and
solicit a continuance or the liberal patronago
heretofore extended to thu Mount.
nm9wl HU'ITON .t HTKAHNH.
MHMter'M and Mportitmeai
rpAKK INTO CONSIDERATION. THAT
X tho iindcrslgucd ha tho best slock or
rifles, patent and homo-made shot-guns, sluglu
and double; revolvers, tho latest and best pat
ents; pocket pistols, neat and small, still power
fill derringers, the latest and best, All them
ALo, tho bsl kinds ut ponder am) powder
flasks ; all sorts or shot and shot-bags ; and
last, but not least, uKrylhlng told ut my rea
Reparations executed prompt and cheap, aud
whoever do" not trust Iheio words, only need
Io come and cunvlncu himself to
on Third Street, next door south of II. F, Dow
ell's Law OfMce.
Jacksonville, Fub. 'J7lh, land. ftbiatf
ILL-IIKADB I'ltlNTKI) AT TIIK
Hkmjnks. OiticE nt 81 'J per thousand.
lUHHrVG'TOft & '&
This valuable prcmrnllonJ conlnlnlng In rv
highly concvntrntetl form nil tho properties tf.
ilnmnlcn Ginger, lint become ono of Ihc iwH
popular domestic remedtts tor nil illscosci ot
the stomach nnd digestive organs.
As n tonic, It will be round Invhlunblo to nil
Icrsons recovering rrom debllitv, whether pro
duced by fever or otherwise, for whilst It Im
parls to tho ystcm all tho rrlnw and vigor
that can be produced by brandy, It h entirely
frco front tlio re nctlonary clTccts of rnirlts of
It Ii nMo nil fxeelfcul remedy for females
who suffer from tliftlcult mcimlurntlon, glvlnf;
n'mo$l Immedlnle relief Io the spasms that m
frcnucntly nceompnny that period. It given
linnifdlntc relief to Nausea, canoed by riding
in n railroad car, or by sea itckness, or other
It W nlw viilimblo ns nn external appllcu
llon lor gout, rhcumnlltm, neuralgia, etc.
RIIDISOTON k l'n., ACETTS FOR THIS ClUST.
Dalc.1 April 2llh, W np2".yl.n
Step that Coughing!
Koine you of can'l; we plly you. You havo
tried every remedy but tlio ono destined by its
Intrinsic merit to supersede nil similar prepa
rations. It Is not surprising you should he re
luctant to try tnii:tiiii.n -., -n.- 1 1.. .7
cxperlmcnls you hnve innde ol trnhy com
pounds foisted on the public ns n certain cure;
Is really Iho VKItV I HOT rcmcily cur cum-
pounded lor the euro nf coughs, colds, snro
throat, uMhma, whnoidng cough, brouehllii
nnd ciiiiMiiiiplloi' 'I liousuiids or iK-oflo In
Ciillforiiln nml Oregon Imve been already Isrn
cllllrd by tho surprising cuintlrc (lowers of
and with one ncrord glre It their uiwiimlilUd
niiprnbnllnn. Wc now address ourrehrs to
nil wlin nre unacquainted with this, tho grratesl
I'liiiacru of Iho ng, fur tho healing of nit ills
cufcii or the 'I'll run I and Lungs, nssiirlu;; you
has cured thousands, un.l It WILL CUKK
YOU irjim trv It.
This Invaluable inrdiclnn Is pleasant tu tint
(unlet soothing, healing nnd strengthening in
Its UlVcUj eullrely Tieu from nil poisonous or
deUtrtluus drugs, nnd perfectly harmhui under
tjirlillciilcs Irom ninny prnnilncul eltlnunl
Ban Francisco nccoinpany ctcry butlluuf
ItKDINGTON k CO. Agents,
Ahond of all othors is tho
it.tiit iii.aroiiiiit am iiuii Mirdsi.it
Sf Mils somliliiril In itnr.
TmiI w.hIIi.s, l.. s'r .r4it,l
Ni.hu mil il. wli.l I IiU I,li ik.hr,
TlT II- Aivl nln). I.i-rill .ffhl
"UmIIhi )4II,4 WuiHlill."
Tlhlj llmllWIal liiw.la Ithillul US
ll,il hll If.l !!' .I...I.
Million. Ihi'lMSllftll (fid l.rlllll-1 US,
WhU ll.rlr lrrnll hikmoI.
Will keep thu hair soil uud glutsy
changu giuy hair to lis original color
present thu bulr from fultlug out or get
Hug thin, uuko old heads took ) ouug, am
do ull that cun lie ltdAOiiublyejpectt.il u
agiuulne, llrslrutu Hair Restoier. Al
who hiuo med It prououiicu II suimlo i
locterylhlng of thu kind, and being
perfict lUIr DresHT us well us u puree
Hair Restorer, It Is uu ucpiUlliuii tu t
ery toilet. Redingluii k Co., Wkuliiul
Agents, Ban Francisco.
If fulthfully used orcoiding to ilirrctlons, wi In
euro every cnio of Dlubelce, and greatly mil ill
gale the troublesome ilUcm cuumi! by u relu H
anon oi mo (iiiiiut oi iiiu niuiiuer. u is a mu
luecusful remedy fur thavel uud other disea
of thu Kidiuys uud llladdur, and for fimule ill
eases Is unciualled. Tho UATIIOLIC'O j3
uniformlly cures 1'rulapsus, Uteri, Whiles, tf
Irri'Kularllks of the Monthly Turns. Buiuirc I
siou, iiiconiineiicooi urine, moating umt urn.
slcal Bitelllngs, and nil dlsv&sfs of I'rrgnautl
The specific action of this mullclnc Is (mined
, -. .. .... -. .. .. - i . ' a
uie uiui ccnaiu upou the Ulerlue and A injur
Inal .Muscle uud Licuuientsi restoring them
us healthy a statu as thosu ol childhood a'
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(liurKNHSK'i CouimnvV Utkiiink Uatikm
imn cannot suiucieiiiiy express tncir grutllt
lur i n rciiciuuorucu,
HKDINUTON & CO., Agents,
41(1 and 418, Front Hi. Kuu Francis
MediagtosVi I'Uvoriag Ixt'c
uiiJo fluw tii.b t'lulls, Uucli l-u
LmIiU llcs in uiwi u ill.fr tun
(lis uuiLf l,(vi,vusDlbr hy sis I lis lb
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