Oregon Republican. (Dallas, Or.) 1870-1872, September 09, 1871, Image 4

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DALLAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9.
One Name
BV ABBV IIUTCIIISSON PATTED.
Upon the silver shining sand,
A maiden wrote, with loving hand,
One name no more.
The waves crept up with steady aim,
And washed away the little name,
Far from the shore.
Then, with a pen of finer art,
She wrote again deep in the heart,
One name no more.
But fear, and doubt, and wounded pride,
Soon drowned within the crimson tide
The sign she bore.
"Yet," said the maid, "through grief and pain
bull I wrote on living brain
One oauie no more.
But wunt and care and added years,
Buried in depths of bitter tears,
The word he wore.
Then cried the maid, in wild despair :
"Is there no safe place anywhere,
By sea or shore.
In brain or heart V Tho, answer came,
God keepcth safe thy true love's name
Forovermore.
A Parting.
You go with calm smile upon your face,
Taking nway the gladsouieuesa and grace
Of life, from me.
You speak and, iu n gay, careless tone,
Bid me farewell whild I forlorn, alone
And sad, stand silently.
No Foice, no sound,comes from my wearied
(bread,
And my tired bead is bound with grief op-
Ana dull with pain. pressed
And my clasped bands Ho heavily and still
And from my heart is gone all wUh and will,
Aud life seems vain !
But then my soul courageously arise :
The heavy bead may droop the weary eyes
le closed awhile ,
But thou must wake; Thine is tho onward way
The ceaseless struggle ; and thou mayest not
r or tear or smile, (stay
Jhe Song of the Decanter.
Thero was an old decan
ter, and its mouth was
gaping wide the
rosy wine had
ebbed away,
and left
its crys
tal side;
and the wind
went humming,
humming
up and
down the
sides it flew,
and through the
reed-like
hollow neck
the wildest notes it
blew. I placed it in the
window, where the blast was
idowing tree, and fancied that its
fnle mouth sang the queerest strains
iu me. They tell ma puny eon
querors 1 the Plague has fclaiu his ten,
and War his hundred tUoutiinda of the
very best of men ; but I" 'twas thus
the bottle spoke "But I have con
quered more than all your famous con
querers, so feared and famed of yore,
Then to me, you youths and maidens,
come drink, from out my cup, the
Leverage that dulls the brain aud
burns the spirits up; and puts to
shame the conquerors that slay
their scores below ; for thij has
deluged millions with the
Java tide of woe. Though
in the path of battle dark
est waves of blood may
roll; yet while I killed
the body I have dam
ped the very soul.
The cholera, the
sword, snch ruin
never wrought,
as I, in mirth
or malice, on
the innocent
bare brought.
And still I breathe up
on them and they shrink be
fore my breath , and year by year
my thousands tread the dismal road to death !"
Weather Record for August, 1871.
Keptby T. Pearce, Eola, Oregon.
North Lat. 4i 57," West Long. 123 5"
Aug. 1. mean temp. 56, cloudy, sea br., N.
n 2, 63, cl'dy, seabr. wind N.
, 3, 68, e'ear, sea br. wind N.
i tt
81, clear, wind N.
5, n 82, clear, sea br. wind N.
, $, 78 clear, sea br. wind N.
H 7, 73, clear, sea br. wind N.
it 8, 77, clear, sea br. wind N.
, 9, 63, clear, sea br. wind N.
., 10, 59, rain 0 0 1 in, sea br. N.
tt U, 8, clear, sea br. wind N.
12, 53, clear, eea br. wind N.
13, 65, clear, sea br. wind N.
14, ,, 62, clear, sea br. wind N.
15, 66, clear, sea br. wind N.
16, 68, cloudy, wind S.
17, ,. 56, clear, sea br. wind N.
18, ., 60, clear, eea br. wind N.
,, 19, 65, jelear, sea br. wind N.
,. 20, 57, clear, sea br. wind N.
21, ,, 73, clear, sea br. wind N.
n 22, 71, clear, wind N., smoky.
23, 78, clr, sea br., N., smoky
, 24, 76, clr, sea br., N., smoky.
,. 25, 65, eldy, sea br., S-W. em-
26, 65, cloudy, wind N., smky
,, 27, 67, clear, wind N., smoky.
,, 28, 75, clear, wind N., smoky.
,.29, 76, clear, sea br, N. smoky
30, 76, clear, wind N. smoky.
" 31, 67, clear, wind N., smoky
Bain in inches for the month of Aug. 1871,
0 01 in. Clear 24 days. Cloudy 5.
Mean temperature lor month 689
Highest 82', on the 5th.
1st and 17th.
Lowest 56, on the
T "ST-OF I,liTTI3KS imMAIMNC
3 J in the Post Office at Dallas, Sept. 1st
lb71 ;
Brown Miss Nancy Wickerson Cha.
Campbell Miss A A RellinjrM
CJiantiler M rtba Kuble Wm IT
Donning J II
Springer Kate
J?pearry James
Sinaila Elizabeth
Smith Miss Francis II
Ihorp Miss Mary A
Tillery Henry
Watson Han lord
Wilson Wm O
J.D.LEE, P.M.
Poster Mary B
CJrigfly Jeo. W
Hawthorn Albert T.
Harris W JI
Johnson J E 2
James John T
Jasper Miss Maria 2
Facts aiul ancit s.
A newspaper advertisment calls for
a plaiu cook able to dress a little boy 5
years old.
A man up in Portsmouth, N. II.
named his two children Ebenezer and
Flora and always spoke of them as "Eb
and -Flo."
The editor who published a newspa
per that made nobody mad has been
dead a great many years j and he was
a lool, anyway.
''Beware of billiou saloons and bowel
alleys," was the pood old Boston lady's
advice to her son who was just starting
tor sinful JNew lork
A man who can crack a joke half a
minute alter a 5:2 pound weight has
lallen on his toes, may be ealled excru
ciatingly funny.
A Sun Francisco doctor advertised
for a good cat lie has already received
-4a Mines, with the southern couutry
yet to hear from
The title of Gough's new lecture is
"Will it Pay V A he will get S20U
a uight for it for "ZOO nights next nea
son, it is fair to presume that it will.
A western editor accuses a cotemporary
of "dirty meanness," and frankly adds:
44 We want him to undstaud that two
can play at that game."
The Lowell Mass. Courier says the
mst humiliating domestic use a full
grown man cau be put to is to be sent
to the Jfaker s tor " a cent s worth of
yeast.
Many families, says the New York
Mail, who reside iu elegant stone
fronts, and appear very wealthy, aftr
marrying off their daughters, move into
a smaller dwelling, iu a less fashionable
locality.
I. N. Burroughs, of Charlestown,
Mass., has a cat with two heads, two
tails and eight legs. At Brigham
Young's theatre, and other places
where produce and animals are used as
a currency, Mr. Burroughs' creature
would pass for a ducat.
A New Jersey editor announces the
death of his uncle in Australia, leaving
him a iioid mine and 100,000 His
village cotemporary professes to regard
the matier as a plan cunningly devi-ed
to obtain credit for a box of paper col
lars and a straw hat.
A lady writes to know if it H proper
that is, if it is lady like-Tu retaliate
by Mjtieez'ng back when a man .que z-
1 mm - . .
es her hand. .Mr. lvlitor answer :
"Well you iui:ht squeeze easy, just
enmivrh to let him know that you are
not disposed to be mean about it. But
don't turn round and ask him 'How is
that for high V or be might think you
too forward.
Figure of speech for the centenary
oiation- There stands Columbia with
one foot on the Pacific, the other on
Atlantic, and the other on the Gulf of
Mexico, girt with the great golden gir
dle of the Comstock vein, with Niagara
far a waterfall, and the American eagle
acting an a bird of Paradise in her star
sjiangfed hair
Problem to get the lady comfortably
out ol that.
A Mobile paper hails the new depart
ure in this lugubriously joyful strain:
it is Northern all over. It is redolent
of the viftor spirit. It is the harvesting
of the war results. It is the readjusting
of the Captive s fetters It is the com
pressing of thirty seven stars into one
It is the throwing away of masks, the
ending of lies and shams and the man
ful avowal of the truth The Republic
is buried out of sight. The empire
swings off on its jxiant course, and as it
rises to its power and splendor, we doff
our hats and rattle our chains.
As to waltzing there is no doubt
at all about its being pleasant. The
difficutly lies in executing t.ie mrinoeu
ver. Tho mode of execution adopted by
one patty at leist, is perfectly simple,
and may be practiced with impunity by
anyone.
"How is it," said one swell, who
could never please the damsels, to an
other, who was immensely popular
"how is it that ail tho women want to
waltz with you, and say that no one can
waltz so well 1 How do you manage
it?"
To which the swell replied, " Why
my dear fellow, I just hold them and let
them kick "
A certain Justice of the peace once
had a dog case, in which the ownership
of the canine was in dispute. The
evidence was conflicting aud the justice
became confused.
"Stop I" said he, "stop right there.
We'll settlo this matter very shortly.
You Mr CIerk,hoId on to the dog. You
Mr. Plaintiff, go out into the far corn
er of the room out there. You Mr.
Defendant, come into this corner here.
Now both of yym whistle, and Mr.
Clerk let loose ihe dog" So said, so
done ; but tho dog sprang between the
legs of the by-standers, and " scooted"
out of the door.
"Very extraordinary!" 8aid the jus-,
tice. "I can't understand that. Mr.
Clerk, on the whole as the plaintiff
couldn't prove his case when I gave him
! a chance, you may enter judgment for
i tho defendant. I
UNIOJV M V T U A is
life insuring mm.
Maine,
OIU.AMZUU 1818.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.
Director' Office, No, 20 Court Street,
DOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
1IENKY CROCKET Present.
DANIEL SHARP Vice Present.
WHITING II. IIOLLISTEU Secretary.
This is among the Oldest of ev i:n
land Companies,
AuJ the L.uivet Coiu Company Ilxtant.
PURELY MUTUAL,
I i v i l e ml s Declared
A u ii ti a 1 1 y.
ON THE
CONTRIBUTION PLAN,
AND APl'UED AFTER THE SECOND PAYMENT.
A Loan of iO percent, whzu Desired.
POLICIES ARE NOT FORFEITED in
the IVloa Mutual Life Insurance Company by
failure to uiy tbe Premium when iue, but are
.. r vnv l'A !J V VIT 'If V.
continued in mrce uy
LAW of tbe State of Mttsasicbusctla.
Kxanplcs hhowlug the Working of the
Law.
PLAN, OUUISARV LIFE-
Fon Exami-i.e: A party insuring at the age
of thirty five pitiuiums all cash.
One Annual Premium will continue po.iey to
force 2 vear and 3 3.
Two Annual Premium will continue poiicj in
force 4 year and 12 day.
Three Annual Premium will continue poucy
in f..rc6 car and day.
Four Annual Premium vrill conUnne policy in
force H Jtari an 1 4tt day.
Five Annual Premium win continue j
force 10 years and jO day.
WUH "II 10 PER CKXT. SOTli It AS Br.KH CIVK!.
Two Annua! Premiums will contiuuo poucy m
force 2 year and 210 day.
Three Annual Premium will continue poh'-y
iu force 4 year and 2'.i days.
Five Annual Premium will continue policy m
force 7 year and '."OS day.
Example: Premium all Cb Plan Ten Pay.
' uient Life. One Annual Premium w!! eon
tinue policy in force, a a Term Policy,1
ab-ut three year.
Example: Premium 40 per cent. Note Plan.
Ten Payment Life. One Annual Premium will
continue policy in force a a Term Poln-j,
about 2 years aud 100 day.
Endowment Policies.
Example: Premium all Cah '"'
Plan, Ordinary Endowment, payable af the
age of .'. One A nnuat Premium will con
tinue policy in f ree a a Term policy,
nearly 5 years, or t year and :'.2i days.
Exami lk: Premium atl Cash Air.c. 3- ;
Plan, Ten Year Endowment, payabbi at lb.
age of 4i ; One Annual Premium will con
tii.ue policy in force as a Term lVlicy,
7 years.
Xotes on Endowment Policies,
HxAirrt.p.: Premium 10 per cent. Note Aj;e,
3-i; Plan, Ordinary Endowment. p iyht at
the aije of !i. One Aniiiial Premium will
continue policy in force as a Term Policy
about 3 years.
Exavpi.k : Premium t per cent Note Aire.
35: Plan. Ten-Year Endowment, payl-le a
the ae of ;. One Annual Premium "ill
continue policy in force as a Term Policy
about b year.
Hate, Asset to IMabilitieft.
isr.
isr,7.
IffiS.
isr.9.
121U7 12101 12157
IsTEItf.ST RECF.tPTS FOK Lv69...
Lossks Paid is lSGU
127 00
.$240,070 14
..201,190. 0(1
Interest Received i.x Excess or
Losses Paid 39,180 14
Assets this Date Over 6,000,000 00
Losses Paid to Date 1,679,433 00
Dividends Paid ij Cash to Date. ..951,318 55
Insurance on 14,000 Policies
Is FoncE oveii.
..jo.onn.ooo oo
This Company is not restricted to investing
its funds in the New England StRtes. Frcm
the Report of the Auditing Committee, we find
that $l.f)(;0,li00 is now loaned upon estates in
the City of Chicago and near thereto, where
rates of intcret are nearly or riuito eiiual to
those of tbe Pacific Coast.
There is nothing desirable in Life In
surance which cannot be secured
hya Policy in the MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
PACIFIC I1UANCII OFFICK,
S. V. Cor. Cat. and Kearney Streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
H H JOHNSON & C 0
General Managers, Tacific Coast.
H. 13. MORS Hl9
CENEHAL AGENT.
OREGON & WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
Portland.
HENRY T. KEtMBOLD'S
COMPOUND FLUID
Attract Catawba
Component Parts Fluid Extract Rhu
hmd and Klaid h'x tract Catawba
Gritpe ,Jmce.
FOR LIVER COMPLAINTS. JAUNDICE,
IlILLIOUS AFFECTIONS, SICK OR
NERVOUS HEADACHE, COSTIVKNESS,
Ac. PURELY VK4JETAIILK, CONTAIN
ING NO MERCURY, MINERALS OH
DELETERIOUS DRUGS.
m
These Pills are tbe most pleasant pur
gative, fupt rce1 in g c;itir oil, tsalt, liitifj-ne.-ia.
Ai-. Tbcre is nothing mr accept
able to tbe (nnicb. Tbey jfive t'.tie, unI
t-auhe neither rut net-a ior jtnpiiiif p;iitig. They
iiri computed of tbe Jlntut i:tgrnl ietitx. After a
fow days' of ttniti, t'Uib jii in vibration of
tbe entire X3'tiit takes place ns to appenr
nMriiculiiu-t t tbe weak and enervated. II. T.
llcliubuld's Compound Fluid Extract Catawba
Grape Pill are n-t eunr-conN-d ; piigar-roated
Pill phi's tbriiti the Ntoimich without diifolv-
ing, eoiiMequenlly do not produce the dMr d
effect. THE CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS
being pleafant in taste and odor, do not
iieeci-witate their being 8tigar-ciated, and are
prepared according to Pharmacy and Chemis
try, aud are not Patent Medicines.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND
Fluid i:xtract Saraparilla.
ill radically exterminate from the eystem
Scrofula, Syphilid, Fever Sores, I'lceie, Sore
Eyes, Sore I-g", Sore Mouth, Sore Ileal,
Rronchitie, Skin DUeuaee, Salt Rheum, Cank
ers, Running!! from tbu Ear, White SweMinge,
Tumors, Cancerous Affection, Node,- Rickets
Glandular Swelling. Niirhl SwmS, liu-h,
Tetter, Humors of all kin 1-. Chrunio Rheu-iiiiti-in,
Dyepcpia, and all di-i-art-s that h ive
been tstabliaht-d in the y.tem lor year.-!.
REING PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR
THE A ROVE COMPLAINTS, it lilood Pur
tfyiti properties arc j;reater than any otlier
preparation of Sarsaparilla. It gives tbe
Complexion a CI ear and Healthy Color, and
Restores the Patient to a Mala of Health and
Purity. For Purifying the Rlo 1, removing
all Chronic Constitutional Die:iies arising
from an Impure utale ol the Riood, and the
only Reliable and Kfi dual Known Remedy
lor the Cure of Pains and Swelling of the
lioiie. Ulceration of the Throat and Legs,
Rlotche, Pimple on tbe Face, Erj sipelas and
ami all Scaly Eruptions of the Sam, and
Beautifying the Complexion.
IN
iiemiv r. n.ni's
CONCENTRATED
FLUID EXTRACT CUCHU,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
ha cured every c.e of Dtab- te in ahich it
ha been given. Irritation of the Neck of (he
Iliad b r and ! i flimali n of th Kiooes, Ul
ct ration of liie Kih ey and l.!ad i r, JU-tentno
of Uiii'U Diac..: of Proir.'lt (Hand,
Mone in the !' id ler, CaN-o! ti . Giavel, Rrick
,lul Deposit, an.i Mi:co .r .Mi!k l). h.rgf
and for Fnlcetdtd arvl Iicte (. .-ti'i!uti n
of loth Sexe. attcii iei who th" f-.!!?tving
symptom: In.ii-p ."-.to-n to I. v. riiuii, Ioh
pow r. !," of M. in t li!'icii tv of Rreath-
ing. Weak Nerve. Trembling. Horror of
e,i-e aKe:uine. iMinio t 11.1), r.n in
the Rack. Hot Hand", flushing of the Rody
Dryiie of the Skin, Eruption on the Face
Pallid ountvnauce, I tu verbal Lassttu.ie ot
the Mtuetiljr System, Ac.
L',td by pi-ron. trion the Reof eighteen to
twenty -five, and from ilnrty live o liity five or
in the dcliie (1f t-lijiiige of life: after confine
ment or labor pain : ned-wetting in children
IMmbold' Extract of Hurhoi Diuretic and
Rbod Purifying, and cures ail Disease arising
troin lialtttsot tiisMpatnin. and hx-o..e an-i
I mj't udei.ci -a in Life, Impuritic o( the p.!o?-if
,1c, piij-elfcomg "lot i Oft in A licet mti !r
which it i oc-l, and --vphiiitie AHoctiou in
th--"C Iisea-- ii.-cil in couiicctioo witu Hcim
lioi '. R. c U'a-h.
LADIES.
In many A lT-cti-n (fiinH ir to Ladies, thr
Extraet I'm ho iinci0allcd by nil otiicr Re
medy a io "btor .i or Reteoti o. Iiregu'ar
ity. Paintulne T So i'pl ",-iiiti t ' - torn i r
Eviicuati oi. Un-erat-d or Si-rmrus State of
the' Utei u. Lc nc. rriiea or Uhia, Sfcrnlifv.
nod for ail Complaints incident to the Sex.
whether arisi ig from Indi.--retioii or habits of
Diipatiu. It i" prescrilied c.Uei Mvely by tbe
mo-t eminent PiiVM' lun ami Mid wive tor
Eo'eetoed ai d Deltcatu Constitutions of both
Sexes aul all age.
II. T. HELMRO!,D;s EXTRACT RUCHU
CUKES DISEASES ARISING FROM IM
PRUDENCES, HAItl'lr OF DISSIPATION.
Etc., in all their stages, at little expcr.se, little
or no change in diet, no inconvenience, and no
exposure. Iteau-c a frequent desire, and gives
strength to Urinate, thereby removing Ol. mic
tions, Preventing ami Curing Strictures of the
Urethra. Allaying Fain and Inflammation, mi
frequent in this clat; of diseases, uud expel
ling all Poisonous matter.
r
HENRY T. JlELMUoLD'S IMPROVED
ROSE WASH,
cannot bo surpassed as a FACE WASH, and
will be found the only specific remedy iu every
species of Cutaneous Affection. It speedily
eradicates Pimples, Spots, Scorbutic Dryness,
Indurations of the Cutaneous Membrane, etc,,
dispels Redness and Incipient Inflammation,
Hives, Rash, Moth Patches, Dryness of Scalp
or Skin, Frost Bites, and all purposes for
which Salves or Ointments are nsed.
Full and explicit directions accompany the
medicines,
Evidences of the most rosponsible and reli
able character furnished on application, with
hundreds of thousands of living witnesses, and
npward of 30,000 unsolicited certificates and
recommendatory letters.
Henry T. llelmbuld's Genuine Pre
parations. Sent to any address. Secure from observation.
Established upwards of TWENTY YEARS.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Address letters
for information, in confidence, to JIENRY T.
IIELMROLD, Druggist and Chemist.
Only Depots: H. T. IIELMBObD'S Drug
and Chemical Warehouse, No 594 Broadway,
N. Y., or to II. T. HELMBOLD's Medical De
pot, 104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Ask for
HENRY T HELMBOLD'S. Tale no Other.
G. IB. TIILE
DEALER IN
(&ro eerie s,
PROVISIONS,
C is a 1-m and Tobacco,
Y00D AND WILLOW WARE &c.
DALLAS, OKECON.
T II 12 O 1 1 K IV T A I,,
Formerly ''WESTERN HOTEL."
Corner of First and Morrison Streets,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Messrs. SMITH & COOK
AVE TAKEN THIS WELL KNOWN
House and Refitted and Refurui.-hed it
throughout, uaking it by far tbe BEST HO
TEL IN PORTLAND.
N. R.- Hot and Cold Raths attached to th
House for the benefit of Ouestg.
SMITH A COOK,
Proprietors.
Portland, April 14, IH70. 7:tf
i
DALLAS LIVERY. FEED & SALE
teSTABLEs
Cur. .Main and Court Streets,
Thos. G. Richmond, Proprietor.
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Stand of Mr A. H. Whitley, we have re
futed and restocked it in tuc.fi a manner as
will alisfaetorily meet every waut of the com
munity. Juries, fcliifle or double. Harks, Con
cord Wagons, etc, etc..
Furnished at all hour, day or night, on
short notice.
i
Superior Saddle flnrxcs, let by the
Hay or tVfek.
TERMS,
REASONABLE.
T. i. RICHMOND
The originator of this wonderful medicine
claim to Uav discovered aud cvmltutil in
htirtitiitiiij nit re of Sittui e' ort nfrrt nn uietli
hi jjtxptriit than was ever before combined iu
ue medicine. The evidence of this fact is
i.-und in iho variety of luufl oWtinate diseae
which it ha linn fuuud to eonumr. Iu the
rare o It.iMn hitit, .Strtc t V.,, and the early
ge ol t ,r,, uKift'OH, it ha atuiii tied the
uiiuical faculty, and hundred of the !(e-t phy-
ici.ui pr.iliv iiiii-c u I .f ijreu1tt !(Uani
" y 'j i-tr u,j' . Wink-it t un the severer!
' i -, it tr uj.- '!h ns the nyMeiu and puiifich
t,'i- !ii i, J. i,j it ijrml and (hitrmi'jh blond
imrtj if'x-J r u't -ritt it cmo u. ','. i;t,- trm the
or.-l i,.jnln to ft oi;ui -n llluuh 1'iinjtle w
". nj.t'vst. .Vcrctnial Di.-eaefi, Mineral joion,
-yj iuiitic and Veoerial Ducaes, mid their el
ect. ate eradicated ai.d vigor-ju hntth and u
.iHixi i ml liiiioil trtaliil.hed. Krljipr!tn, Sail
SihniH, SrttLl Hrnl, lrer .Vor, S'-nfy or
.'ogA Skin, iu ihorl ail the numerous dhease
caused i.y imd blfrj, are conquere t by this
powerful, purifying and invigorating medicine.
For "Lit r l'"mj liint," .f7o.o I)ionirta and
ll.tiiuitl l'uiiii.utiu, it hi, a nuitil bun
lied of peru et and 'permanent . cured where
oilier medieiiit bad failed.
1 he piopiietr oflers f IHO reward for a medi
cine that will equal it in the cure of tbe dieascs
for uhich it i recommended., Bevre ul' iuiih-
jt il ill d trtn llih imit'itimt. See that Uiy tiov-
riiuient St nop, which I a ptmiftrt jtutrnntt.- nf
jrtmitteut, upon the oul.-ide wrapper. Tbi
uledit ine i Suld ly Ih uj inln at une tol!ir per
h .ttlr. Pieparcd by R. V. PIERCE M. D., s-o,
Fnq rietor, at hi cheuiicat Laboratory, 1.13
Seneca flreect, Hutl.ilo, N. Y. June ;d,l. iim.
DRUG STORE.
Not til v ct Corner Malu and Mill St.s.
DALLAS, OV.y.
II
AVINO PURCHASED the OLD STAND
formerly belonging to W. S. Robb, and
wishing i, live and let live, we will sell at low
rates, FOR CASH, everything in our line:
)rti,
i'atcnt .IScdicincs,
And all kinds of PURE LIQUORS, put up
ex pros-sly for Medicinal u.e.
ii:uruMi:Hifc all kinds.
.lsv, Sad a.
Cream Titrtar,
Sulerafiis. Sago,
Bird Seal,
1'ttinfs, Odx,
I a rn istea, TI rushes,
Domestic Dyes,
I f ' ish i iu Po xrde r,
And everything else that is kept in a FIRST
CLASS DIUH) STORE.
I NICHOLS tfe ci AI). Druggists.
The standard remedy for Couj;hs, In
fltienza, Sore Throat, X hooping
Cuuh, 'roup. Liver Complaint,
llronchitis, llleediiiff cf tWe
Luns, and every n fleet Ion of the
Throat, Lungs and Chest, Includ
ing Co'Mtmption.
Istar 8 llalsam does not dry up
a Cough, but loosens it, cleanses
the Lungs, allays Irritation, thus
removing the cause of the com
plaint. Vone genuine unless sign-
ed I. BUTTS. Prepared by SI "i ll
W. FOVI,13 tSf SON, Host on.
Sold by MSDUINGTON, HOS
TliTTfcR Ss CCl., Man Francisco,
and by dealers generally. IQ1J
tifiiltiilCaK- rnmiioi HK ..M ,i 4
Dr. Li All K'S JLondoji
Xlcnaedics,
FOR SPECIAL COMPLAINTS."
CLARK'S IKVIG ORATOR glvei
strerjgth to the need and debilited. It la
especially designed for young men who have
wasted their vigor by excesses of every kincL
and all persons whose systems have become
weak by imprudence, are completely restored
by its use. Price One Dollar.
PR. CLARK'S PURIFIER cleans the
blood from all impurities; such as Scrof
ula, Syphilis, Mercurial Rheumatism, Humors
of every sort. Bad Breath. Offensive Pers
piration, Foul Feet, Catarrh, Discharges from
the ear, Sore Eyes, Sore Throat, Falling of the
Hair, Ulcers, Boils, Pimples, Blotches, and all
diseases of tbe Skin. It is also beneficial ia
diseases of the Lungs and Digestive Orgaua.
Price One Dollar.
BR. CLARKE'S PANACEA relieves
pain of every description; Headache,
Earache, Toothache, Stomachache, Backache,
Pains in the Breast and Limbs. It is invaln
able remedy iu all Nervous Disorders, and no
family should be without It. Price One Dollar.
PR. CLARK'S ELIXIR is a cartain cure
for all weakness of tbe Uenito-Urinaij
Organs, and discharges of a muco purulent
nature, Leucoribaoea, . (Jonhorrboea, Sperma
torrhoea, and Seminal Weakness, are speedily
cured by its use. Price One Dollar.
TThB. CLARK'S REGULATOR, for females
Jtl-Konly, is guaranteed to correct atl special
irregularities of Single Ladies. Married La
dies are accustomed not to use it when in a
certain condition, as its effects would be too
powerful. Price One Dollar.
All of these celebrated remedies are prepared
from Fluid Extracts, under our immediate
supervision, and are warranted fresh and pnre.
All afilicted persons should send a carefully
written statement of their ailments to Dr.
Clark, and the proper remedy will be sent
to their address. Dr. C1rk can be consulted
personally at his ofe, and will furnish all tbe
necessary accommodations to patients who
place themselves under his care. All letter
adddresscd, DRJJ. CLARK.
Offiicc, 1,270, Broadway, New York :,
: 34-I.T
THE NEW POOD.
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PA
LnTTT 'imuI T.- t; -f, . w, .. i,-- ' 'J
For a few cents you can bay
of your Grocer or Druggist a
r acka-c of SEA MOSS FARIXE,
made from pnro Irisli Moss, or
Carrageen, which will mako
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Russe, &c. It is tho
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
Children.
A Glorious Change ! I
TIIK CREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
Plantation Bitters.
Tliis wonderful vogrtalIe
restorative is I lie s!iee2-an-cliorof
the feeMo ami lc!:ili
(tiltl. As ti tostic nn;l cordial
for t!ic aged xu;l I;sEijuklf it
!i:is no equal nmc:i fiJom
arhics. As n reisaedy for (tic
nervous wcaliucss to wliicSi
women are especially sub
ject, it is superseding ci'ery
oilier stimulant. In nil Cli
mates, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, it nets ns :i specific
in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily
strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. For sale by
till Druggists.
25-1 y
120JLA STORi:.
II
A VINO PURCHASED A LARGE AND
complete Stock of GENERAL ME ft
C1IANDIZE, consisting in part of
Dry lilootls,
Groceries,
Glass, Quccnswarc,
Tobacco, Ciffars,
And all articles found In a GENERAL VARI
ETY bTORE, I would respectfully call th
attention of th Public to my Establishment.
Highest Cash price paid for
I TJKS AND PEC.TR Y.
It. A. RAT,
Eola, Polk Co.,Om.
U.tf . - . . . - ..... ; -;
ALL KISDS OF SEWING DONE ON
Short Notice by iln. Celide EUiberry.
bear Waymirtl Mill, iallw. "