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Suturday last the Democrat Pri
mary Conventions^ for this
in - tho J-
Considering that tbisds an “off-i ear
election, it is generally conced that
not much interest will be man
the election. However, the
ries were well attended aud g
ing prevailed. The Democracy of
Yamhill aro confident of debating
the Republicans and Independ^its in
the coming Congressional
Following delegates were elec
the County Convention:
send, it was ordered that the Conven
tion now proceed io the election of 6
delegates to the State Convention, by
Iballo*, one at’a time, and that it re-
•quiro a majority"of all the votes cast
• to elect.
Tl»e Chairman appointed J E Hem
bree and Wm. Leiumon tellers.
The following persons were elected
delegates to the State Convention: E.
’ C. Bradshaw, W. T. Newby, C. H.
Burch, W. M. Ramsey, J. C. Nelson,
P. M. Scoggins.
On motion of Mr. Newby, the con
vention took a vote to indicate the
preference of the convention for can
didate for Congress with the follow
ing result: for Hon. J. W. Nesmith.
29 votes; scattering 25; but it was ex
pressly stated,that this should not bo
considered as an instruction.
' The Convention adjourned sine die.
E. C. BRADSHAW,
W. M. R amsey ,
The haying season is almost over.
Our jail has un occupant once more.
R ape and I ncest .—The communi
ty has for tho past few days been in-
tensely excited over the developement
of an iucest case. Saturday last J.
Thomas, a brother-in-law of James
Reed swore cut a warrant against
Rood before Justice D. C. Stewart,
vith incest upon his
was examined and af
ter hearing tue testimony was bound*
over in the sum of $600. —
then taken before Justice Dunu on a
charge of rapt* committed in Februa
ry, 1873, upon his daughter Minnie,
she being at that time under the age
of thirteen years. After the acts were
committed, she says her father threat
ened to kill her if she told of it. Ma
ry, another sister, swears that she
saw the act committed with her sis
ter in 1873; that she protested to her
father against it, and he told her if
she ever intimated anything in regard
to it he would murder her. She told
her mother about it and Reed has re
peatedly threatened the. lives of his
family if any of them ever divulged
the matter »nd for. this reason they
endeavored to keep it secret. His
bonds for this crime were fixed at
$2,000, iu default of which he was
committed to the county jail.
The case was prosecuted by E. C.
Bradshaw, and Ramsey* & McCain;
defended by H. and A..Hurley and
H. Moor. The longest penalty for
incest is three years imprisonment;
for rape, as in this case, imprison
ment for life.
B adly S old .—A citizen from this
county being in Salem during the
fore part of the week concluded to go
and hear the Rev.- E. P. Hammond.
His modesty prevented him from go
ing forward, and wm satisfied with a
-back seat. Hu hud been thero but
a short time when a stranger came up
aud slapped him on the shoulder ai d
asked: “Have you found your Jr-
me Y ca . I
sus?” Yamhilhan replied:
found him about - tweiity
“iVuere?" was next asked,
asked. “In Mis
souri,” was the
“I don’t think
you have fouud him yet,” the stran
ger said. “I kuow d— —
w’vll t I u
was lanswcrud. “No, you have not
found him vet. ’’ said the sträng T.
“Who are you, sir,” the Yamhillian
Rev. E. P. Hammond.’
some one said. T
’ gentleman from
the classic vales of this county • was
not long in making his exit.
F a R ly Ro v.—Lvst S indvy, a
f ttnily living iu Chehal -m r.atn d
M j P q I n h t.l a lively s.t-to. The
facts as ucur as wc could learn are
asr fallows: The foully for a long
time lived a cat and dog life, the h».«:td
of the ftniily bting too i nuch fur the
frow, so she lefi her hum e4 taking up
her abode at a neighbor*! s, the hus-
band s icking to the farm
The fi ow
CQueludcd that she wanted somethin n <F
from the farm and, last Sunday with
lier two boys, she went fur some po
tato and other nerdfuls, The man
objected aud undertook to put them
out^ but the woman and one of tli«j
boys took him down, The boys then
helped them elves leaving the mother
to hold the f ithcr down, which she
did by the boys lugging for her wheli
the old-m tn seemed to be getting the
best of her.
Sheriff Dale is kinder under the
Blackberries at King’s mill are re
Wheat is qubted t.t $>1 26 per bush
el iu San Francisco
Campimeeting closed at the Web-
foct camp ground Sunday last.
Harvest hands are in demand and
scarce at from $1 5Q to $2 per day.
People now wend their weary way
mountain ward in search of blackber
Look at the new advertisements,
you inaj find something that con
Over 300 wagons and buggies have
E. C. Bradshaw was elected (jhair-
passed through Shqi ridan this season
going to the coast.
man; J. w. Baker clerk.
The delegates from this pi inct
3 Dr. Littlefield stivrted for Trask
expects to be were: W. M. Ramsey, E. C.j |lrad-
river this morning. He
shaw, H. C. Dale, J. M. Bele|4r, J.
absent about one week.
J. Hembree, E. Rotors, and 'Ílíoinas
This hot 'nuff? is the query on the ti i
streets these warih afternoons, and is
answered thusly “Yes, hotzl.”
Convention culled to ordér«b f II.
W. A. ,Fenton, Esq., of Sheridan,
11. Snow; clerk, R, II. Todd, This
was in town this week. He is doing
precinct is entitled to thirteen dele-
a good business at shoemaking.
Our Citizens aro filling up their
Following gentlemen were <
burns with new hay. which can be
obtained in thé fields for |5 or $6 per to represent the Democracy of* this
precinct in the County Convention:
J. C. Bruly, Wm. McCreedy, Jo|in G.
Mr Henry Sampson came over Baker, J. C. Scott, W. T. New'lk', L.
from Tillamook last Monday and re
ports that there is considerable im Dielschneider, R. Murray, W. Ih Mc
provement going on there at present Donald, H. H.Snoiv, B. McPmlips,
J. Rowland, P. CuZine, W. ^Vrtiler.
Posters have boon issued calling for
" NORTH YAMHILL.
a mass meeting of the Independent
Primary met pursuant to call. J.
party in this county nt Lnfay-
ett(>, Julv .31st. to selec^ delegates to Perkins called to tho chair; W. T.
attend the State Convention which
meets at ¡Salem, August 10th.
Following are thp delegates:
B ishop P eck .—This eminent
di- Perkins, H. M. Daniel,' A. H. Rojierts,
Johnson, Win. Dempsey, f' ’
vine spoke at the church in this town John
Walker, W. T. Griffin.
last Monday night to a large and ap
preciative congregation. He select
Mark Sawyer, Wm. H. Weil
ed his text from First Corinthians
XIII chap. Xlth verse. The remarks M. Mathrney, were chosen delei ates
coming from thesourc, they did were to the Convention, with instrud ions
listened to with more than ordinary to go fôr men that would favor* !íes-
interset. This may be accounted for mitli for Congress in.the State
from the fact that it ain't often a vention.
bishop is in our midit.
“fiiE W est S hoke .”—We have re-
ccivud rtie initial pumber uf The liarf
Shurc, published at Portland. It is
well filled vith choice reading mat
ter, and handsomely illustrated. The
first page is devoted to the culture of
flower-. Mr. G. Hopper, Resident
dent agent at Kai.sa ôf the Oregon
Board of Immigration, occupies a
prominent place. Altogether the pa
lier is “nifty.”
H unters R eturned .—The hunt-
era, Messrs, Hembrcc, Gates. Ayrs
and others returned from a twu
Work’s hunt in the Coast mountains
Wednesday. They hud fair success in
capturing game, and lots of fun. To
Messrs. Hembree and Gates belongs
the credit of capturing the elk. P.P.
was, oh so happy.
‘ Oh, do not be disc <uraged,” etc.
Wednesday last was the day set for
holding the Yamhill County W’oman
Suffrage Convention at North Yam
hill. The executive committee had
tho change made from Ddyton to the
above named place. Well the 21st
day of July arrived, and so did the
president and two others, but this
was all. Now. its really too bad.
The ladies of the association at their
last election should have engineered
differently. They might have known
that as soon as they put a man at tlie
helm, ho would run the thing iu the
ground. I Really, we are disappointed
at the way the last meeting turned
out. 1 Had the ladies Alltel the offices
themselves, undoubtedly tho result
would have been different.
European Crop Prospect.
A dispatch from New York July
20th, qqoting from the Bulletin, in its
referring to European crop indica
tions, says; “Upon the whole, the
coursd of the weather for t& last
three or four weeks harbecn decided
ly unfavorable to drops over, a very
learge area of Europe, covering the
most important grain exporting dis
tricts, and the injury sustained has
been sufficient to modify very materi
ally the anticipated yield entertained
a month ago. It is «this chango in
Chas. II Burch in the chair;
European harvest prospects that has
been steadily strengthening English
Delegates-—B. II Sprenger,
and continental markets, and the re
Burch, D. Walker, II. Clarke,
sult has been seen at New York iu an
extraordinary export of wheat and
SHERI' 11 AN.
an equally extraordinary advance in
Convention callad to order bi P.‘ prices.
M. Scroggins. A. Tnhncr,
The delegates aré as fol low a : 1 Dr.
Seci'etary Belknap sports tho most
Payne, W. Ljmuioü, Albert Tai tier, showy turnout in Washington. S jc O i
P. M. Scroggins, E. Wood, L Sh :td-
Robeson drives another of the s inn-
ridge, John Davi-t.
sort, and lia3 his coachhian aud foot
man in liveries that would astonish
W. M. Townsendj chairman
« l|pho- the English; and now it turns out
that both these high officials maintain
The following delegator werfe
sen: W M
U Townsend, J C Nelson, L. their family equipages after the man
F Hall, , J E Hembree, Wm Maji »no. ner of the late Attorney-General
'I 1 ’ :
II I 11 '
Williams. Will Mr. Secretary Bel
Delegates: D Ramsey and P Hpgy. knhp t» 11 us where he gets authori y
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cí air- for keeping a family turnout at the
N. P. Robinson a » rs chosen
people’s expense, and making coach-
man; ; John Thompson secretary.; •
men, and footihen, and even hon ?e
Th' delegates are Willis Stali, J. servants of men who aro down on the
W. Wilson, N. P. Robinson, J.j II. rolls of the War D partment as mes
Terry and JS. B. Collard,
sengers aud laborers? It was that il
lustrious statesman John Andrew
Jackson Creswell, we? believe, who.
Tho Democratic County Con|fun- first set the example of lAking cooks
tion of Yamhill coupty asseinblttl at waiters, anil coachmen of tho m<m
the Court-house in Lafayette, onUast who were down on the Postoffice rolls
Wednesday, for the purpose of elect as messengers, and paid as such
ing six delegates to the State C
veution, which w ill meet at Sa|em,
July 29th. 1875. The Couv(^i|ion
was called to order at lialf-p^st ¡one
o’clock by Hon. E. C. Bradshaw".
On motion, E. (5. Bradshaw ,i was
elected Chairman, and W. M. Rjiin-
sey, Secretary pro teni.
B arn B urnt .—A few days since a
I Mr. Evans living rtt Weston had liis
| barp consumed by fire. Mr, Evans
I nsillatk A.--lhe officers for ths* 1 set ft
current term of Unity Encampment, weyt n8 did the fence, and also the
No. 23 I 0 R C, were installed last • barn. A little while longer hit house
a------ , This is
by T B Handley,
P ihvonld have been Ts in
the second barn burned in this vicin
EC. The following are the officers
ity within a few weeks.
for the term ending D j C. 31st. 1875:
Chas Handley. E C; Mrs L L Bailey,
F oot C ut .—Wm. H. Mulkins, a
E Coup; W H Moore, W S; H Higley young niau r’esiding near Lafayette,
Trcas; F II Saylor, C of II; Mr$ J A unfortunately struck liis right foot
Young, S C; Mrs E J Crawford, J C; while chopping with tltc corner of an
G C Robinson W C; Miss B Versteeg, ! axe, making a very ugly wound.
M of C; Miss Abce^Handley F S; J J This will givo some emigrant a show
Collard R; Mrs L ’ Dielschneider
?’ to take his place in the harvest field.
’ I: T
W Sucuecr CRC; Mis3 Bangassor O
8; Mrs E C Dallas 1st L;
It behooves the citizens of Yamhill
der 1st G.— lieporter.
county to take active measures to se
W hy is I t ?—it seems to ns a lit- >ure*their quota of immigratila arriv
is ] k - • .
tic 8*range that Lafayette
having a | ing on every steamer. Other counti s
good church and a- very comfortable ' ure offering inducements to them to
On motion of W. T. Newby,lithe
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t 11- ^jng
parsonage cannut keep a minister a h°d homes in their midst, while this Chairman
year. Rev. Mr. Butt, than wfiom a county quietly waits for something . named gentlemen a committee; on
better or more conscientious gentle- , to turn up. And should, a stranger ! Credentials:
rx_ J A • _ 1
WV « «V-* w
H.'C. Dale, H.%H. Sijpw.
man cannot be found, has with his come here to buy land, he is asked an
M. Sawyer, P. M. Scoggins, C H.
family returned to their home in
"’Tillamook. This is the secoud time
Burch, G. W. Wilson, J. C. Nelson,
this place has been left in this predic- 1 have an abundance to dispose of—the D. Ramsey and A. H. Roberts. ^Ij
~ameiit. Are the citizens to penurious owners being to lazy to cultivate it
Said committee after a brief Con
to support a minister? We are sure and afraid to sell. This is not right*
sultation reported the following per
this canuot be the c ise. There cer
tainly is a “screw loose” somewhere. Organize a county boat'd of emigra sons entitled to seats as memberé of
Whose fault is it?
tion; act in concert with the State this convention: [Sje procuedin*^s of
Board; raise fund? to pay an agent to the primaries.]
G ood J uby -R oom .—It uemi that be at the steamer when she arrives to
The committee also reçu mm elided
not all the precincts in tho county distribute pamphlets and circulars to
that in cases where there are ajiy ¿va
are provided with adequate roorn for them setting forth the ad vantages and
cancies in the delegations from i>ny
holding Justice’s court. A few days resources uf Yamhill county; offer
of the precincts, the delegates présent
ago a somewhat complicated case was
from the respective precincts bo iau-
brought before 'Squire Yocum for tri
al* A jury was demanded aud after
thoiized to cast the full vote. The
listening to the evidence and the mittee consisting of Messrs. Burbauk, report was adopted
charge of the justice, they were told' Hurley, Hembree and Lamson of this
‘ — -**••
Braly, , '» the
vw . J. • C.
♦ q retire to the woodsand deliberate.
county, as an “advisory board.” Now officers of the temporary organization
Jt is iijodiusi to say it, kept the wor-
steps to organize a were tíh*oled perm meut officers of the
thy sheriff arid possie busy to kcep why not take
On motion of Hon.
The County Convention.
t»wne«l by J. K. Major« wish
es to Inform the public
that he is
now prepared to do any and nil I
kinds uf work in his line iu
i the lat-
K* k^ka Ki
LABWAY’S R EADY RFLIEF
CURE3 THE WORST PAINS
n froir 'Jne to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
lADWAY S F.KADY BKL1EF 18 A C'JRB FOB
I i was the first and la
riio Only JPain Remedy*
hat luAnntlv stops th« mod excruciating paint,
j II hv . Inrtuuiineiion». and cur«» CongtMiona.
ihe Lnii|ts. Stomach Bowels, or utBw
zland- «.* «ritana. by one
IX FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTER,
no in J t-r li..w violent or excruciating the pain the
RHEUMATIC. Bed-ridden. Infirm.CrinbML Mtrr-
>us Neitralglc. or prostrated with disease may
The Best in the World!
RADWAY’S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. ' .
’NFLAMMATIOXOFTHE KIDNEYS. ,
INFLAMMATKIN OF THK BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS
«%>.\UKSTU»N <»r THE uUhUS,
WBE TU KO XT.
NO HOUSEKEEPER CAN MAKE SWEET
.IND WHOLESOME BREAD WITH
htstf .8. cs CE..C.-,
NFUK ALGIA, RHEUMATISM,
.:<M.DCIHLL8. AGUE «'ll It.IX.
The appii a i->n of the Ready Relief to the
tier. <’T •> irin where tl«e j-ain or difficulty sxm ^
will niT ir.t
T ve r* drops i i hall a tumble?ef we'erwilttna ,
< v/ Hi .m .0» Hire «1 AMF8. -bFASM*. SOUK
HEVRrBUKN, >ICK HE a DACHR
1 vit t'l »"A, DVSEXTF.ILV. < ULIC. WIND 1»
'THE o VKi. i, ant all IN rERN AL F a I NX
f hou <1 alwavs carry a louh. of Rae-
This well known and long established
YEAST POWDER is now in great demand.
Sales increasing doily« Now 2a , gros* per
day to the tra<le< D. CALLAGHAN now
sole msnufricti rer and proprietor, uses ro
drugs—n<> bone ¿'¡st: pure white cream of
Tartar, imported direct and. ground on the
premises, being the chief ingredient.
ICeMdy Relief with thvm. A n-wdropt-
Always on hand and for sale at lowest
Culla^han’« Yeast Powder, ¡n 1 lb
cans a Hiiperior article,.
Calliijglian’s Cream of Tai tar, in all
stvles of packages.
»vit r wll prevent riciaievor pain«from channt _
..f wm ey Irbc'.ter U mi . i French Brandy or Bitters
ii a ml.n tl itit.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER \Nil AGUE cured Jor 60 cenis There is
»Mt a K-mt-dial tt/«*nt Its the world that will cure
^e»< r a 11 Asne, Hod all o*her Malarious, KilliuiM,
Se t le . fvptio.d. Yellow and other Fevers.-elded
l>v Rv.» YA VS PILLS. M> quick as RADUT a Y’»
EE\ i <Y RELIEF. Fifty cems per bottle.
Cullagliun'ai Pare Unfflish Bi-ear»
lionate of Sod n and Sa leva las,
FOR SALE BY ALL GEO l ERB,
Cream of Tartar Cryatala and
llgh Bi-Carbonate of Soda in keg*».
STROXG AN3 PURE RICH BLOOD— INCREASE
o.' FLE-Hl AND HEIGiiT-CLEAR SKIN
ASH BEAUTIFUL CUM.FLEX1UX 8EUURKI>
. T» Abb
FOR SALE BY
D. CALLAGHAN* A CO., M/nr.facti.rers,
121 Front Street, ban Francisco.
FARMS - SALE
HAVE TWO. GOOD FAUM8 FOR SALE
very Reasonable terms — each contain
I ing at 320
THE CR-AT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MAl»E TIGi .M »ST ASTONISHING CURER;
SO QUICK. SO Ril'IP AKE TUECHAXUErt,
THE BODY UNUBKGOE*. UNDER THK IX-
THIS TRULY WoNDEttFUJL
One i< situate one mile ar.d a half no: th of
.atayette; is Well improved. lta> a good
And al. kinds of shrubbery of the best va
riety . The oth’.r is in Chehalem Vai ey near
the 'Willamette river. There is a goed
On this pbceqile Uy of good timber; abort
itber of t'lese farms cm ’ e sec red at a
»agrnin. Tewii* easy.
For farther particulars cli p Ire <»f
■ > ‘
o al this oihee.
Pailier Grtk Samill.
STEPHESON & SI1.1MLY, PROFR’S
E WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
hand all kinds of rough lnnil»er.
which we are selling cheaper t.ium
other mill In the county.
Persons who contcmpaUc building will
dn I It to their advantage to give us a call
be ib re -p u rebus! n g c 1 sc wlw re.
oi U h - SARSAi’AKILUAN KEKOL-
VF\T r.<>mmuni •nt«^ tlinaixb the Blood, Sweat,
I - r. a aud mh-r tluitl’t anti jtiicen of the *v,teiu the
vigor of life, for it repairs ¡he waste»« of the body
whh Rfw ami -muid malerinl. Scrofula, SypblHe,
t oitsutnpiion. olauJular disease. - Ulcers in the
Throat, Mouth. Tumors, Nodes in the Glands, and
other pirtb ot the" ays:cm, Sore Eyes. Htrumorons
discharucs from the Ears, and the worst forms otf
Fkin diseases. Eruptions. Fever Sorea Scald Head.
R.ngWorm. Salt Rheum Erysipelas, Acna. Black
Knots, Worms tn tlie Flesh, Tumors, Cancer in tbs
Womb, an.I alt weakening and painful discharges,
Night Sweau, Loss of Sperm and all wastes uf the
life principle, are within the curative range of thia
winder oi Miklcrii Chcmisiry, and a few days' uw
will prove to any person using it for either of ttesea
forms of disease its potent power to etire them.
It the patient, dally becoming reduced by tb*
wastes and decomposition tlwtt is eontinuaHv pro
gressing, succeeds in arresting these wastes, and1
repairs the same with new material, made trftak< ’
beaithv blood—and this the BA RSA I'A KILLIAN! '
will and docs secure—a cure la certain; for when;
onee thi* remedy commences its work of purifle»«i
lion, and succeeds in diminishing the loss of wastes. <
iu repairs will be rapid, and every day the patient!
ti«ei himself growing better and stronger, tha*
any «ijcestlng better, appetite improving, and flesh,
t oniydoas the Haa^ArAniLUjui RsaoLvarr exeel,
all'known remedial agents in the cure of Chronic.
E'-rotqio’is. Constitutional aud Skin Diseases; but
it is tho only positive cure for.
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Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb d’seaaes. Gravel, Diabetea,
Bro osy, Stop page of water. Incontinence ot Urine.
Brights Disease, Albuminura, and in all canea
where there are brick dust deposits, ortho water Is
thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the white
of an egg, or threads like white silk^or there is a
morbid, dark, bilious appearance,and white bone-
dust deposits, and when there tsa pricking, burning
sensation when passing water, and pain in the
atna’.i of the back *r.C along the R!ns.
For large bilh» of lumber forl-.ouses and
brtYns we will make reductions.
WEIGH IT A STEPHESON.
Tumor of 12 Years'* Growth '
Cured by Iiadway’s Resolvent. i
Perfect Purgative&Regulating Pills
pejFiectly i -. i - cji -I«-*«, elegantly coated with sweet
lhiiii 1‘ur.o-. regulMie. purify,elcunac «nd streiifth
Vi-liV.iy'N I'illK, for the cure of «11 .imnrden
«<•'«. l.iver, Howel*. Kidneys. Bladder.
Xerv» H i»«^->ix*«. Headache, Constipation,«'n«ttve.
4 iv ■>. I i ii«esti<in. Dyspepsia. Biliouxne««. < illoa*
Fever, Ind tiuinauoii or the Bowels, Files aud alt
D t «n.-rni-,ii * <if the Internal Viscera Warranted
sicium io viK-ci a tMidiivo cur®. Fun-ty tcireiablc^coa-
talntnz no lucn urv. minerals or deleteriousdrntx,
A few do.ies of RAIUVAY S FILLS wil’ir'fr the
«v^t-tn irom nil liiv altove named di* rdets «'nca
ft een < per b >x f*Of,|) p« nRL'GGlSTs .
Read •'FA1.SE AXD I..UE” Bend ¿oc Ktter
Mini • io RADW a Y A t'O , So 32Warr.-nSt X jw
York inloriuafion Wurth thousands «vfi bj .« «•
• > 'I MB
Every year increases the populari
ty of this valuable Hair Preparation;
which is due to merit alone. We
can assure our old patrons that it is WAR CLAIM AGENCY
kept fully up to its high standard;
No. 34 Montgomery Block,
and it is the only reliable and perfect
SAN FRANCISCO, - - CALIFORNIA
ed preparation tor
for restoring U
or F aded H air to its w youthful color, _
W U. AIKEN, Attomey-at-Law and
of the Graud Army of the Re
making it soft, lustrous, and silken. Commander
public ii) California and Nevada, will rive
The scalp, by its use, becomes white prompt attention to the collection of Ad
ditional Travel Pay, now due California
and 'clean. It removes all eruptions and
Nevada Volunteers discharged more
and dandruff^ and, by its tonic prop than three hundred miles from home.
Soldiers can depend onTair dealing. In-
erties, prevents the nair from falling
, , — I formation given free of charge. When
out, as it stimulates and nourishes H rf
1 ’ ing
' enclose slamp for reply and stata
the hair-glands. By its use, the hair ; j,?“1,! p a discharge. Congress
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(1lnnnl|? nnrter Act of .july 28, 186«,
__ ___CSS, it l"estore8 the capillary ’ n. j^\ !F75, so
i,.ls ’ lwen
, d ’ • hel<
OWth, except m
in ' lisnvl
listed before July 22. 1»«1
1861 for three yi'RFH.
will create a new growth,
m ao I flAA-
If not raid
If i. tho mAot
Mime when dLscluir^.««!.
extreme Old age. it IS the most eco- | Lnn<l Warrants can be obtained for aerv-«.
nomical H air D ressing ever used,
renderc<! before wml iur not
! »ces in 'he late war. Pensions tor late war-
as it requires fewer applications, and ISIS Obtained mid ln< rcaw<I,wlM,H aJ-,
Jess than disabtHty warrants,
and gives the hair a splendid, glossy ; on*no I for
pensions are allowed ;o M<*x\an"
appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D, I and Florida war soldiers. Slate of Texas
Ims granted Pensions to surviving'•*'er«
State Assayer of Massachusetts, says, an*
of Texas Ko volution. New Orleans
“The constituents are pure, and care an I Mobile Prize Money ’s now (lite anil
beinp paid. W. H. Aiken also attends to
fully selected for excellent Quality; i Gcneial
Ioiw and Cp:!ri“!ot Bmdntw.
and I consider it the B est F bepa -
ration for its intended purposes.”
centu SoM by aU DruggOt», and Dealers in Ifedicina.
Frioe One Dollar.
UYE TilORCL’GI LY OVER
hauled and repaired my RATH
UOuM, H iob « in need of a good
E vert O h in I ncrease ii F lesh
W eight is S een ind F elt .
FOB THE WHI8KEBS.
GENTS «AN TEO fo Feil B »Y-
t. ts*H Dtilhr-iind n-halt rmte oftT «»•
r»\Ki> Hoii»of».tTH;c M kdicim m
birihig cxrclleney of prenaratiun,
with beauty «nd chenputM. buod
wages guaranteed. Run pie r.-ara 4
outfit given to ar«i.ta. 1'aiticulan
J. N. HH' I AN,
As our Renewer in many cases
«« 9 requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation; which will 00-K)00000<>00 '04>00 'HM>»nnnO0,,0 OOiloAnOp,
quickly hn d effectually accomplish i
easil., applied, '■ o
this result. . It is
«I Watchmaker A Jeweler,
and produces a color. which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
.t • 7
all Druggists. > Price Fifty Cents, f -e*»
O K> -OaoOO'.» «OU OVXK> COOi OO .•■OO'H»'JOa00
Manufactured by R. P. HALL A CO., 4