The Democratic news. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1869-187?, August 06, 1870, Image 4

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    EXCELSIOR
The Pazzled Census-Taker.
“Got any boys?” the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine ;
And tho lady shook her flaxen head,
And eiviUy answered “Nein 1”
LIVERY STABLE
Got any girls ?” the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine ;
And again she shook her flaxen head,
And civilly answered “Nein 1”
“But seme are dead !” the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine;
And again she shook her flaxen head,
And civilly aaswered “Nein !”
“Husband, of couase,” tho marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine ;
And again she shook her flaxen head,
And civilly answered “Nein 1”
The mischief you have 1” the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine ;
And again she shook her flaxen head,
And civilly answered “Nein I”
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On Oregon street, Jacksonville.
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Having just received from San Francisco a fine
stock of
HARNESS, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES
We are now prepared to furnish our patrons, and
th* pvblic generally, with as
which are to come off in August. The Jaco­
bins claim to have strong hope of carrying
these States through the negro vote ; but we
are decidedly of the opinion that this very
fact, that the Jacobin party base their only
hope of success upon the votes of ignorant
and degraded negroes, will have a tendency
to aid in their defeat, It is in the power of
—YOUR—
the white men of these States to control their
own affairs and we believe they will prefer
doing so, to turning their interest over to the
direction of their former slaves, inspired by
the diabolical spirit which Jacobinism has
BuY the WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
infused into them.
by the
In September, Maine, Vermont and Cali­
fornia are to vote. Nothing is to be hoped —ROGUE RIVER VALLEY--
of Vermont of course, but in Maine there is
good reason to believe that a breach will be
made in the Jacobin ranks, and one or two
Congressmen at least secured by the Democ­
racy. No State in the country has felt the Who would respectfully announce to the trade
evil effects of Jacobin rule more strongly and public generally, that they are now manufact­
than Maine, her ship building interests, the uring and have on hand for sale, a large assortment
chief source of her former prosperity, having of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
been almost totally destroyed through its in­ TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
fluence, and the elections in that State for of the best quality and at
the last two or three years, have demonetra
ted a constantly increasing disposition to
break away from its control, which it may
Orders solicited. A liberal diseount made to the
well be etpected will soon culminate in prac­ trade.
tical results.
Ashland, May 1st, 1869.
In California there can be doubt of the re­
sult. Jacobinism has fought its last great
battle on the Pacific coast, and has been sig­
nally defeated. It will never rise again in
SUMMONS
that section, as we have every reason to be­
lieve, will be the most emphatic endorsement
IRCUIT COURT, STATE OF OREGON,]
for the County of Josephine.
of Democracy which the State has ever given,
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B. McElwain vs. J. G. B. Stone.
leaving not even a Jacobin member of Con­
Action at Law to Recover Money.
gress to tell the tale of his party’s overthrow.
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that those bold, defiant, energetic, persevering
successful business men, are always those whose
generative organs are in perfect health ?
You never hear such men complain of being
melancholy, of nervousness, or palpitation of the
heart. They are never afraid they cannot succeed
in business ; they don’t become sad and discour­
aged ; they are always polite and pleasant in the
company of ladies, and look you and them right in
tho face—none of your downcast looks or other
meanness about them. I do not mean those who
keep the organs inflated by running to excess.
These will not only
RUIN THEIR CONSTITUTIONS,
HELMBOLD’S
FLUID EXTRACT
HEATHFIELO, HOGEL & CO,,
206 and 208 Battery St., San Francisco,
Wholesale Agents for the Pacific Coast.
DR. GEO. B. TOLMAN, Agent for Southern
Oregon.
Janl5 ly.
DK. W. JACKSON,
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DID YOU EVER THINK
but also those they do business with or for.
How many men, from badly cured diseases, from
the effects of self-abuse and excesses*, have
brought nbout that state of weakness in those or­
gans that has reduced the general system so much
It permeates the system, into which it becomes as to induce almost every other disease.
thoroughly absorbed, and thus it strikes at the
root of evil in both Rheuqiatism and Paralysis.
As a lenitive, it mitigates pain and sootl es the
irritation of the parts nffected. It is both emoll­
ient and depuratory in its action on sores, which
it mollifie.Ta.nd softens, and it effectually ckanscs
them from impurities and foreign matter, causing
them to cicatrise rapidly.
DIS ',0VERYT OF THE BUCKEYE.
spinal affections, suicide, and almost every other
The curative properties of the Buckeye, Nut, form of disease which humanity is heir to,
from which this ointment is principally expressed, and the real cause of the trouble scarcely ever
were first broug t to notice by Mr. Conroy, who, suspected, and have doctored for all but the right
while residing in Anderson’s Valley, suffered so one.
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
severely from Rheumatism, that he could move
neither hand nor foot. He had known the natives Diuretic.
to use the nut as a specific, and tried it with great
success on himself. The potency of its effects as a
drug is exemplified in its singular operations on
cattle, by which, when taken, it causes abortion in
those animals that are with young when the nut is
eaten. Squirrels, as if aware of its medicinal pro­
perties, eat but half of it, leaving the other half
untasted.
So wonderful is the efficacy of this production of
nature, in cases of Rheumatism, that mnny of the
old settlers and early Californians subject to the
disease, carry the nut about their persons, not only is the great Diurectic, and is a certaib cure for
diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
as an antidote, but as a preventive.
In no cases where THIS PREPARATION has Organic Weakness, Female Complaints, General
been applied to the human subject, has it failed in Debility, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs,
establishing a COMPLETE CURE in the diseases whether existing in Male or Female, from what­
ever cause originating, and no matter of bow long
above mentioned.
^rBeware of Counterfeits.—Ask lor standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption
Eakins’ Buckeye Salve, and take no
or
Insanity may ensue. Our flesh and blood are
other.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the country. supported from these sources, and the health and
happiness, and that of Posterity, depends upon
prompt use of a reliable remedy.
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self-abuse, venereal diseases badly cured, and
sexual excesses, are all capable of producing a
weakness of the generative organs. The organs
of generation, when in perfect health.
MAKE THE MAN.
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PILES, FISTULA AND CHRONIC
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Which will be hired to go to any part of
the country at moderate rates.
Animals bought and sold, and horses broke to
saddle or harness,
REAMES 4 WILSON.
1870.
RHEWITISMORPIRILYSIS.
£ 3 £2 2
12 1-2.
If you are suffering or have suffered, from in­
voluntary discharges, what effect does it produce
upon your general health? Do you feel weak,
debilitated, easily tired ? Doee a little extra exer­
tion produce palpitat.on of the heart? Does your
liver, or urinary organs, or your kidneys frequen­
tly get out of order? Is your urine sometimes
thick, milky or flocky or is it ropy on settling?
Or does a thick scum rise to the top ? Or is a sed­
iment at the bottom after it has stood awhile?
Do you have spells of short breathing or dyspep­
sia? Are your bowels constipated ? Do you have
spells of fainting, or rushes of blood to the head ?
Is your memory impaired ? Is your mind con­
stancy dwelling on this subject ? Do you feel
dull, listless, moping, tired of company, of life?
Do you wish to be left alone, to get away irons
everybody? Does any little thing make you start
or jump? Is your sleep broken or restless ? Is
the lustre of your eye as brilliant ? The bloom on
your cheek as bright ? Do you enjoy yourself in
society as well ? Do you pursue your business
with the same energy ? Do you feel as much con­
fidence in yourself? Are your spirits dull and
flagging, given to fits of melancholy ? If so do
not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have you
restless nights? Your back weak, your knees
weak, and have but little appetite, and you attri­
bute this to dyspepsia, or liver complaint?
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he thirsty public are informed
that Pape & Savage of the “ New State Sa­
loon ” will quench their thirst with the most choice
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
tully inform their friends and the public gen­ BEVERAGES to be found in Jacksonville for
erally . :hat they have purchased the above estab “ ­ one bit.*' We expect to lose money by it, but
lishment of Mr. Dan. Cawley, which will be times are hard, and we cannot |ee pe >ple thirsty.
henceforward conducted under their constant per­
PAPE & SAVAGE.
sonal supervision, and they guarantee satisfaction
October 16th, 1869.
to all who may favor them with their patronage.
These stables are centrally located, and within
•onvenieat distance of the various houses of public
entertainment. Horses or mules will be boarded
and cared for, by the day or week, at moderate
charger They have the largest stock in Oregon,
sooth of Portland, of
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HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Established upward of Nineteen Years,
IS PREPARED BY
H. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist,
Dental Rooms in Horne’s Hotel, Jacksonville,
594 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Oregon. All styles of Dental work done on short
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
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given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
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extracted without pain by the use ef the late
ENGINEER,
method of local anasthesia. Ail work warranted. 104 SOUTH TENTH ST., PHIL., PA.
TEIT STZTTTZ’,
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Price, $1 25 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles for
Nov. 20th, 1869.
nov20 3m.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
$6 50, delivered to any address. Sold by
ail Druggists everywhere.
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UNDERSIGNED
RESPECTFULLY
IN-
HOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
forms
the
citizens
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Jacksonville
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hand.
NONE ARE GENUINE unless done up
ing country, that he is now manufacturing, ant LL THOSE INDEBTED TO ME, EITHER
in
engraved wrapper, with fac-sim­
will constantly keep on hand, the very best o'
by note or book account, are notified that 1 ile steel
of
my
Chemical Warehouse, and sign
TEI WTCEE T2<CE®TS, Lager Beer. Those who wish a cool glass of beer
will receive Legal Tenders AT PAR until the 1st
ed
should give me a call.
day of May.
CITY BREWERY,
RAILROAD SALOON!
with single or double teams, for hire on reason­
able terms ; also,
This Powder is invaluable to the Housekeeper,
Hotel and Restaurant Proprietors, Miners and
owners of Steamships and sea going vessels, «'»it
does away with the necessity of providing Eggs
for Puddings. Cakes, Fancy Breads, etc., as the
contents of each tin is equal in every respect (for
the abov® purpose) to four dozen of Eggs.
It dispenses entirely with the use of Soda, Sal-
eratus Hnd Cream of Tartar, (Uree ingredients
that are very apt to disagree with delicate stom­
achs). and is a friend to the dyspeptic, as it makes
the food into which it is introduced, light and
wholesome. It is entirely free from all mineral
alkalies , and is recommended by the Faculty to
those suffering from sour stomachs and impaired
digestion, or irregularity of the biliary secretions.
The above article is put up in sealed cans, and
warranted to keep in all climates.
Directions on each box.
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To said Deft : You are hereby summoned to be
and appear in the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Josephine, on the fourth
Monday in October, ¡870, and answer the com­
plaint 'n this cause filed, wherein the Plff demands
judgment against you for the sum of $90 78, with
interest thereon at the rate of one per cent, from
the 31st day of July, 1869, and costs and disburse­
ments of this action. And you are hereby noti­
fied that unless you appear as herein required,
judgment will be taken against you in default of
an answer. By order of Hon. P. P. Prim, Judge
of said Court.
First publication March 12th, 1870.
JAMES D. FAY,
Attorney for Plff.
mchl2-w6.
March 12th, 1870.
DLEÒITTICS,
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NEW STATE SALOON
GOOD SADDLE HORSES 4c MULES,
PROMPT TREATMENT
To Render Existence Desirable.
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AND WHOSE CASES REQUIRE
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Corner California and Fourth Sts.
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FINE TURNOUTS
as can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle horses
•‘Now what do you mean by shaking your head hired to go to any part of the country. Animals
And always answering “Nine?”
BOUGHT & SOLD.
Ich kann nicht English I” civilly said
The lady from over the Rhine.
Horses broke to work single or double. Horses
boarded, and the best care bestowed upon them
The Next Elections.
while in our charge.
J&&-OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE.-^
The next State elections to be held in this A liberal shau of public patronage is solicited.
PLYMALE A MANNING.
country are those of Delewareand Kentucky,
Jacksonville, Ogn., Oct. 10.
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members io the popular branch of Congress
is increased to 300. The act requires that a
report of the results of the census shall he
made on or before the 20th of September.
1870. that the basis of representation may be
ascertained in advance of the publication of
all the details. It also provides that where
there is an increase of the number of mem
berg to be elected to the next Congress, the
additional member shall be elected on a gen­
eral ticket, unless the State previously pro­
vide some other method.
WHOSE SUFFERINGS
HAVE BEEN
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PLYMALE & MANNING,
B y the new apportionment the number of
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July 17tS, 1869.
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Jacksonville, Jane 12th, 1869.
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June 12th-ly.
DR. E. H. GREENMAN.
Jacksonville, April Sth, 1870.
H.T. HELMBOLD,
July Wth, 1870.
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