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TQWfl COUNTY & TIEVS
'.DALLAS, SATURDAY, MARBH 9, 1872.
Tatest New York Gold Quotations'
Legal Tenders in Portland:
Baying ,...90 Selling.
Dallas Produce end Commission Market.
Corrected Weekly, by G. B. Stilus, ;Peo,ple'
Merchant, Main Street, Dallas, Oregon.
WHEAT $1 00 bush.
OATS f?2i 75c.
FLOUR $6 $6 50 p bbl.
" Sks$t 62 (ft $1 75
CORN MEAL 4c. lb.
BEANS 6e. to lb.
.BACON Side. 13 15c "Jft lb.
Shoulders. Sc. to 12c. B lb.
-HAMS 14 16o lb.
" Pickled, 8c. to 10.C H lb.
BUTTER Firkins 25 30c lb.
" Rolls, 35 to 40c. W lb.
SO OS 20c "jS dos.
LAUD Halkl5, c ; tins, 16
POTATOES From Wagon, $1 bushel,
ONIONS $2 bushel.
APPLES Green, 50c bhl.
Dried, 6c lb.
CHEESE New Oregon, 20 25c M lb.
.CHICKENS 2 50 & $: duz.
TURKEYS 75 $1 each.
DRIED PLUMS 16$ B lb.
WOOL 33 ic r$ lb
' A Lively Night. Last Friday night, as is
oar usual custom, we were running cur papers
through the press preparing for the weekly ia-
bu on Saturday morcing;,' when our room was
. lighted op by the presence of a bevy of the fair
ei. This nearly unnerved us for the time, but
n ally concluding that we could " stand the
press," we went ahead with our work. The
fattle of the press made sorry discord with tb
X'mg of merry voices which sounded through
par usually dUmal and quiet environs. AH
pleasures must have an end. This we .found too
.soon was the case in this instance. The ladies
.dispersed. The merry laugh was hushed to us
' nd we returned again to our labors very much
revived by the change for the time. After fin
ishing oar work we retted, thinking over the
past year (as this Was the last issue of volume
,) its achievements and failures ; its losses and
gains; its hopes and disappointments. The
scenes became jmijod. The. ring of laughing
girls would combine with the rattle of the press,
ihe sharp retort and witty repartee would
ningle with the monotonous "click" of tbe
.tyre, uu til all became hushed and jr.e went off
Ip.jO dreamland. In our dreams we passed to
jjsyer scenes where the click of type, the heavy
thundering of tbe press, as well as the. terrify
fng call for "copy" and tbe annoyances t
which we are subjected by " His Satanic Majes-
ty," all gae way to the enjoyment of pleasant
society, and the air constantly filled with the
post soul-stirring music. Gradually we roused
to the consciousness that the absence of tbe
all for copy, tbe rattle of tbe press, together
with other annoyances, was only caused by tbe
Jateness of the hour, and the musical tneludie
which so enraptured us proceeded from our
Brass Band, which was discoursing sweet
fnusio on the porcb under our wiudow. The
varied incidents of the evening made lasting
impressions on our i$ntat faculties . We feel
Under lasting obligations to the ladies for their
cheering presence, to the band for their ex
cellent music, and to all our friends who have
lent os their support during the past year. We
now give you the first number of our third vol
pme, and commence the labors of tbe year with
renewed energy, prompted to this by the many
favors and kind wishes of our numerous
pemocratjc Club- We were not present at
fbe Democratic Club meeting last Friday even
ing, but from what we can learn the ceinept
which is used for the purpose of uniting the
party is " cementing it apart." One speaker got
lip and scouted the idea of a "passive policy,"
said the party bad no show and could found no
hope upon such policy; and tho following
speaker advocated " passivism " all tho time
So go on, gentlemen, yot' are doing a good
work for tho IUpubH?3iv
Error. W stated last week, in ourextrapt
from the report of W. C. Wills, District Clerk'
that the incidental expenses, including clerk'
lees for collecting, etc., were $192 95. This Mr.
W. informs us is an error of an even hundred
dollars. The expenses being $92 95. Wewil.
Jingly make this correction, as we think Mr.
Will has, tried to conduct the financial affairs
of the district prudently, and would not have
(he public view him in a false light.
44 The Northern Pacific Railroad, Its Routes,
Resources, Progress and Business,4 is tbe title
pf a book of about $0 pages, just received,
bearing the superscription of Wat. Davidson,,
jUal Estate Dealer, Por tland, Oregon, This
book Is just what its title indicates and gives &
, comprehensive idea of this great undertaking.
Mr. Davidson, in circulating this document, is
$oing a good work for all who are interested in
the resources of tke Pacific coast.
Public Ledger Almanac." This handsome
Calendar, from Geo.W.Childs,of Philadelphia
tk Publisher, makes its tegular annual appear
ance on our table ThU ia one of the finest and
most comprehensive Almanacs pubJiihed'in his
country, and is sent free by tbe publisher to. the
patrons of, the fydyer. Its handsome leaves, of
about 60 pages, are well filled wiyti interesting
matter useful to. verjfc.ody.
Irrigation. We call the attention of our read.
r to the communication in another column on
this subject from the pen of Mr. Dodson, who
has fully tested its advantages. We would
like to tear from others on this subject and
also that of draining.
we are informed ftat Mr Cyrus Buetl, of
Wit liorn, recently purchased of Messrs. Oill
Steel, through tbe agency of II. B. Somer
villa, a splendid Organ, with which they are
.The Republican voters of Dallas Precinct
met at the Court House, Saturday March '2d
at 2 p.m. Meeting called to order by Judge. Col
lins, Chairman of County Executive Commit
tee. M. M. Dodson was chosen to the Chair,
R. IT. Tyson, Secretary, and 13. F. Nichols, As
sistant Secretary. Judge Collins moved : "All
persons who wished to take part in the meeting
and who expect to vote the Republican ticket,
coino forward and sign the roll." Forty-three
names were signed.
A.move was carried that the meeting vote by
ballot, for nine delegates to attend the County
Convention, and the person receiving a major
ity of votes be declared, delegates. On the fir ft
ballot, tho following delegates were chosen-; J.
M Scott, George Tillottson, W C Wills and R
II Tyson. The second Fallot resulted in the
choice of J C Grubbs, A Shrevcs M. M Dodson
and N Garwood.
The meeting adjourned with the best of feel
ing prevailing. R. II. TYSON,
Meeting called to order by II. Lind.-ey. A. W.
Lucas was ehosen Chairman and II. II. McCord.
as Secretary. The following delegates were
chosen to attend the County Convention t
A W Lucas, Isaac Tatem, II Lindsey, II II
McCord, W Waterhouse and II Coper.
I M Butler was nominated for Justice of tho
Peace, and Joseph Irwin for Constable.
Meeting aJjourncd II. II. MetfORI),
!. II. Ilawley Chairman and J. C. Cooper Sec
retary. The following delegates were elected
S.0 the County Convention :
J II Ilawley, S W Fletcher, L B Fraier, J
Emmctt, J Cooper D J Cooper and Sandford
G C Bell and A Stephens were nominated for
Justices of tho Peace, Isaae N Baswy and Jas
Kennedy for Constables.
A Stephens was nominated wembar of tilie
Central Committee from Bethel.
Meeting favored the nomination of County
Officers on the 9th inst.
The following are the delegates from differ
ent precincts to the Convention to-day, as far
as beard from :
S Becket, W D Cole, T Pearcc, A S Hamil
ton asd A G Robert!.
G B Ashby, J Chandler, Enoch Richardson,
and G P Zumwalt.
We were shown by oir Couuty Clerk, the
other day, four books viannfaetured at tho Book,
Bindery of Frank A. Cook, in Salem. Two
index books, a dkct register, and an asseps
inent book, which fir style of workmanship
cannot bo excelled. The Clerk, Mr. Holme,
.ays they are far superior to anything uf the
kind which has come into tha office in thi
county. Those having wrk of this kint to do
c.mnoc do better than patronize Mr. Ciok. All
ruers in this line left at the IlKri aMCAS of-
i, will be promptly attended to.
G. W. Carey traveling agent of tho Conti
nental Life Insurance ,Co., of Xew York, w 11
remain in town a few day. and attend to th;
Life Insurance business. The Continental is
well known as one of the inos-t reliable of the
many companies. Its long and high standing in
of itself a recommend , and the who wish to
insure will do well to give Mr. Carey a call.
The severe storms of the season seem to have
parsed and the sun, several times, during the
past week, has broken through the heavy clouds
which have hung like a pall over us so long.
Everything now betokens spring. Grouse are
beginning to hoot, song-birds are pouring forth
their melodies, trues are budding, and the farm
ers are plowing for their um.tner crop.
Defuated. A few nights since a man at.
tempted to " go through" a hen roost on the
premises of Mr. Hagood, but was defeated by
the timely discharge of a rifle, which sent a
ball close to his bead. It is said there was one
badly scared man in town the next morning,
who was heard to declare that he " wouldn't go
for to steal no more chickens no more."
Report. We have received from the Invejti-
gati ng Commission, appointed by the last Leg
islature t investigate the actions of certain
officers and re-audit certain claims against the
State, their report published in pamphlet form,
and containing 169 pages. We have not had
time to peruse it, but will do so at our earliest
convenience, and give notes accordingly.
Robbery. We earn that two young men of
Monmouth were arretted on Tuesday, cnargea
with breaking into tbe store of a Mr. Ltudsey,
of that place. Tbeybada hearing betore me
Squiroi and wcro oouna oyer in iu "
to appear at the next term of Circuit Court.
Our hunters, last Monday, killed a cayoto on
Frank Nichola' farm about . miles above
,.o Kvor) raids have been made oi flocks
of sheep, supposed to have been done by these
marauders, and the people are determined if
possible to clear them out. j .
Tlflmoreits. The January and February
numbers of this popular magazine have just
come to hand. Those oi our pairons wuo u
not received them, can bo accommodated now.
The March, iiuinder will b.e forthcoming.
For anything in the line of stores or tinware
11 on T. B. Newman, one door south of the
i,-. ir.A tim a o has astooa OI Iineiowcirr,
which ho offers cheap. Give biro. ;a call before
nr. Pfr.no has sold his intcreat in the eaw
.-tn iin,,n the Wavmiremill.on the Lucltia-
lis is a " -
mute, to a gentleman whose name we have not
f!.. c.:v., ham rAilrod from, tho control of
the Primary Department of the. Academy ana
I it ntum nn dor the control of
lllp c u til D ni-yvvi " " "
J. II. Kincaid, having refitted his gallery, is
nvanara1 in At A II kind of w-ork. on tho short
est possible notice. 6atifactifn guarapteed,
Oallery on Mala itreet.
Concert Prof. Rutan will close his first
quarter of his Singing School next week, when
a grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert will
be given. Tlio.Professor has worked hard with
his Class, and his efforts should be rowanlcd
by a full bouse. He gave a concert at Corvallis
a few weeks ago, which was very highly
spoken of. Next Thursday evening 'ho will
give the pupils here " a chance," and no doubt
but that nuder Vis careful management they
will acquit themselves in a creditable manner.
The exercises will take place at the Court
House, and'the admission fee will bo fifty
Called. Gen. Palmer called on ns yesterday.
He reports that everything works to a nicety
on, the Reservation ; but work has been parti
ally stopped on account of having no Superin
tendent to draw funds for them. The Indians
havo sown forty acrs of Fall wheat, and will
put ,ip several more of Spring wheat. They
expect to raise potatoes enough this seanon to
supply them the coming winter.
Dr. J. W. Van Den Uergfa lias opened an
office in Salem, whore lie may be consulted on
all .diseases, particularly those arising frtun
Pin, Tape and uthur worms. The Doctor
cumo.H well -icctonukcndcd, and has many testi
monials of ability frviu persons whom he has
The Com mere in I Utjx-i ter is the name of a
semi-monthly paper, published by Parish, Wat
kin!" A Cornell, and is devoted to the Shipping
and Coiiiiuer'-ia' interest of Oregon. It isprint
eJ by Hiuies A Bacbelitir,tuc la ell -known Bocl
and Job Primers, of Portland,
Ths ca?e of McDowell . Whitley was tried
befon Sheriff Burch on Thursday. The Jury
re turned a verdict for young McDowell.
Several of the legal fraternity luw-o been
busily engaged taking lej -options in the case
of Scoval :. Barney, iurolving -theft alidity of
a land uie.
The Democratic Primary meeting take
place on tie aud the County Convention on
This morning commences vulume 3 of the
Changes in the weather indicate Jthe apfroach
Republican County Couvuntiou meets at the
Court Huusj to-day.
Judge Boise has been sojourning in
during the week.
Hon.' Ben Ilayden -has been in attendance at
County Court thi weeK.
iMT or Mrrrr.it iti:i vim(;
in tho Port Ollieo at Dallas, March, let
Arnold, A P
B.ood.w oth. J (2)
K uitoii, J os
hie, Ji l.n
P.lllKT. W 0
Foster, Mrs .Mary E
Thorp, K A
J. D. LKE, P. M.
Tclt'r:i5liic s ciiiibii a ry.
l'ope Pius asks permission of Hol
land for the meeting of ati Kcuuietiical
Council in Ireland.
Thiers has summoned the Genera'"
of France to-ive an account of the state
of feelincr in the army.
Thiers' (Jovernnient has issued a de
cree suspending the puWicition of the
Gaulois and L Ariuee newspapers.
The prcscritsesiiii of the Nebraska
Legislature has be.m declared illegal by
the Supreme Court, aud has consc
Vice-President Colfax declares that
England will have to abide the decision
of the Geneva Conference aud p.iy the
Amcricin debt 4i full.
A Ore at Selins' Grove, Pennsylva
nia, destroyed thirteen dwellings, five
stores, the Uaptist church ami twelve
stables and barns. Loss, 8100,000.
Jlisinark is about to issue a call for an
International Congress to devise a gen
eral and uniform system of postage and
of carrying the mails.
Washington, March 2. The Presi
dent shows no.disposition to yield to the
Mormon clamor against Judge McKean
now here. On the contrary, he is satis
fied of his integrity and independence,
and admired his courage in upholding
Thus far the heavy Mormon lobby
have failed to effect any thing with the
Executive. It is feared however, that
they may defeat Congressional opropria
tions for the necessary expenses of Mor
mon trials for murder.
The war excitement over the Ala
baiiia treaty has subsided. The English
mail to day carries out tho answer of the
American Government to the Uri.ti.sh
objections. While it is known to be
conciliatory in tone, it firmly holds that
the interpretation of the treaty is aques
tion for tho Geneva arbitrators, who. be
come judges of both law and facts. The
American Government withdraws noth
ing of its case, but will accent of the ar
bitrators' judgement on all points, in
eluding the : question of mdirect dam
New'York, March 1. - Mrs. Harriet
Beccher Stowe met with a serious 'ao
cident on February 20th, at her home
on Mondalin Flat, by falling backwarl
from a table on which she was stand-
ing to arrange a window curtain her
head striking-tho cdqo of a-bedstead, her
back hitting a bath-tub. Sho was.
'picked up insensible, but the latest ac
counts iuuieate that sbo is likely to re
New Brunswick, (N J.), March 3.
Hear Admiral 13o?gs -continues ill at bia
refeienco hero, but his condition is not
Norfolk (Va), March 5. A terrific
tale, accompanied with sleet and snow,
has prevailed all day. The steamers
advertised to sail to-day defer their
departure until the storm abates.
High tides have covered many of the
n-harves with two feet of water. The
telegraph lines on the Norfolk side
of the river were prostrated by -the
San Francisco, March 4. In tho case
of James IS. Newby, the attorney from
Oregon, held to answer on a charge of
misdemeanor in obtaining money from
a client on faluc preteuces, the Grand
Jury have ignored the bill
Washington, March 3. The Secrc
tary efthe Treabtu-y has authorized the
Assistant Treasurer at Xew Yok to pur
chase 81,000,000, bond on Thursday,
.March 14th, and 81.000,000 ouThuru
day, March 28th. The Secretary will
sell no gold this month, in consequence
of heavy payments to be made on account
of the called bonds, which fall due on
the. Gth instant, to tho extent of 4,000,
000. Tiir. G hkkley Statuk Nearly
$lf000 has been subscribed for the
erection of a Statue of Ueracc Greeley.
The Statue is to be placed opposite that
of Uenj. Franklin, in the 1'riuting
House Square N. Y.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re newer.
The genuine article has a proprietory stamp
running over tbe cork of tho bottle.
Jfr-tfYnr coughs, Broncbiti. and Consump
tion, in its earSy tagcK, nothing equals Dr.
Pierce's tio'.Jen Medical Discovery.
Fov te very best photographs g" to Brad
Icy 4. UolotVon's Gallery without STAIKS,
,ZTASCKND IN Til 12 ELKVATOB, 41
Montgomery, street, San Frauclscr.
frsz it ii nnnr I I
fyyvr vta n n u fc L L'
D E NT IS T ,
Has located in Dallas, and is ready to
attfiid to all those requiring hi aMtnce.
Artificial Teeth of the very finest and beet
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no charges ma!c.
Now U the time to call on the Doctor.
iR)ce,op(tott Ktneaid's Photograpt ic Gal
G. W. IIOBART.
I J. W. lioBART.
North-Kant Corner of
Main and Mill streets. Dallas.
GEORGE V. HOBAP.T & CO.
Will Manufacture and krp CONSTANTLY
)N' 1I.NI large AsMrimetit of
SADDLERY, HARNESS, AND
Consisting of all the
Iually kept in a
FIRST CLASS SADDLERY SHOP,
All of which will be made ot
THE BEST MATERIAL.
Alo. CARRTAflE TllIMMINfl and RK-
PAlRINtl dne to orb.-r on the shortest
Call and exntnirc om Work before purchas
41 -if GEO. W. 11015 ART A CO.
ACSHNTM H AM 1.1) !
TKE LOST CITY;
AS IT WAS and AS IT IS
1 HISTORY OF THE GREAT CHICAGO
V Fire. Truthful and accurate. A vivid
ami detailed Account ot tbe most terribla ealuiu
ity thttt has ever befallen the civilized world.
Startling incidents. ' Hair Rreadth 'scapes. "
The fearful ravages of the Fire Fiend. The
reign of terror. Profusely ami beautifullv il-
1 u jt rated, including views of the city before
and since fire, still sublimely grand in its ruin
Orders will be filled and received . Tbe fastest
selling book over sold by agents. Send $ I for
canvassing outfit and secure au Agency imme
diately. Agents also wanted for
THE WONDERS.. OF WORLD.
One Thousand Illustrations, comprising startl
ing scenes, interesting incidents and wonder
ful events in all Countries and among all Peo
ple. A. L. BANCROFT A CO.,
&0w7 San Francisco Cal.
LA CREOLE ACADEJJV,
DALLAS, FOLK COUNTY, OREGON.
M. M. OGLESDY, Prisch'AL, akd TraenKR
or. Mathematical anu Natural Sciencks.
MISS CLAKA WATT, AsitsTAWT.
The Seeoad Terra of 1871-2 was commenced on
the second Monday (llth day) of Ieo., 1871.
All students will be allowed the benefit of
the ondowineut fund, amounting to. about $200.
Pbimart Branch es, per, Terin
Imtk.iimJ-.ihatb .. ..
IIioiirst .. 8 0t
Latin and French . each $2 extra.
Music. $12 per Term.
Charges will bo made from, the time of enter
ing to the close of each term, or half term, as
the case may be. No deductions will be made
except In cases of protracted sickness.
By order of tho B oard-of Trustees.- 30-'
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Xlffice, No. CI Front Street,
REAL ESTATE in his CITY and
EAST PORTLAND in the-mo deimble lo
cahica. cnsifing fif LOTS, HALF HLOCES
and BLOCKS, iIOUS'L'5 Jtnd SToPa; alio,
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuubl..
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts of
the -STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in thi CITY
and throughout the STATIN and TERRI
TORIES, with treat care and yn fhe most
HOUSES and STORES LEASED,
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PKOMPLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY II US 1 3 ESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE, in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the STATE, will
recive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
aud forward t&ie fame to thekove address.
1840 W 1BZ0
HOW TO CURE IT.
At the commencement of the Diarihoe, which
always precedes an attack of the-Cholera, take
a teaspoonful of Pain Killer in sugar and wa
ter, (hot if convenient.) and then bathe freely
the stomach and bowels with the Pain Killer
clear. Should the diarrbce or cramps continue
repeat the dose every fen or fifteen minutes un
til the patient is relieved. In extreme cases,
two or more teaspoonfuls may be given at a
The Parn Killer, as a remedr. has no equal.
Incaxes of Cholera. Summer Complaints, Dys
pepsia. Dysentery. Asthma it cures in one night
ky taking it internally, and bathing with it
freely. Its artinn is like magic, wbf n external
ly applied to Old Sores. Uurns, Scalds, and
sprain's. Fr Sick Headache and Toothache
don't fail to try it. In short, it is a Pais Kill
Direction ac-ornpany each bottle.
The Pain Killer issold by all dealers in Med
icines. Pricss, 23 cents, 50 ntsan 1 $1 per bottle
IV hat Dyspepsia may end In.
Indigestion is not dangerous, say the faculty
Perhaps not in iteelf, while it remains mere in
digestion ; but look at the coiiM-qucnees to which
it may lead, and often doe lead when it becomes
a chronic disease. A sprk of (Ire is a su ali
thing. A pressure of the foot will put it out; a
l-rcnth will extinguish it. Yet it may lire a pow.
dcr mill, or kiodb: a flame that will consume a
city. In like manner indigestion may product
gastritis; cancer of the su mach, congestion o'
the bowels, apoplexy, liver d:scao aud many
other dangerous m iladies, la it not wi.e, then
to cbi k it in the germ ? Nothing is more cle irly
and indisputably established than that Ilostet
ttr's Steinach Litters will eradicate dyopeptda it'.-
all its tac. The true po'icy, however, is to ex-
tmgui.-h it in the first stages with this wl ole-
soine, powerful, and infallible ttr,;c and alttra
live. It is easier to quench a spark than a flame
and it is easier to cute dyspepsia when it is first
developed, than when it ha made headway by
neglect, and become complicated with other ail
metiis, There is nut tie shadow of a doubt that
the bitters are a? directly antagonistic to dys
pep! 4 water is to fire. There are thousands
id cases on record proving thi l-ict. The rem
eiiy is safe and agreeable. All the liquors of
commerce pn criiel as rtimulatils leave a sting
eland, llut itie sting i.s taken out of the spir
ituous basis of this great remedy by vegetable
medication, and, moreover, the stimulant thus
medicated is of exceptional purity. Of all to-iics,
taken as safeguards or remedies lor fever and
taken tillious rtmittci.ts, and other epidemics,
it is th only one that fan uniformly be d.-pen
Fruit, Garden, Flower,
8hade, Hedge, titiraen,
Annie land crab Hoot crafts best sorts.
10.000 $50 00
IW, St'd Estra, ty, Hartlctt, ic. .1 to 4ft
per dos 2 50
Secds,l,,ch.bu.$2; A'ple, Osao new, bu....!2 00
Potatoes, White T'eh Blow, Karly Kose.... 2 00
Seedling, Soft Maple, 1,000, $1 j Ash, $3;
Elm 2 00
Illustrated Catalogue, 100 page, and New
Price LLt, 13 cents. F. K. PHOENIX
TboCiTT Hoot Stous has long been ITead
quarters for the State of TmnsL's CrtK
BitATRD Boots, of which I have i7jrci'rc
SW. Parties are cautioned to examine antl
find my nanre on theuv as tha country is
flooded with a Rotten llot, in imitation of the
genuine article. Every pair ot Tirrcl s Boots
sold at my establishment is guaranteed to give
llKiittMitKR that the above house ells no
buff or. split goods. No shoddy palmed off
upon bis customers for a superior article of
French Calf.. All rips, returned in a reason
able time, repaired free of charge.
3-tf jr. Wl GILBERT, Salem.
C. II. COX
Has on hand and for Sale, SADDLE
THEES of all sizes and the 1 est quality.
Shop near Waymire's Mill, Dallas, Oregon.
RUSSIL, FERRY & WDOQWMD,
Ileal Gslate Acial
and Heal Estate Auctioneers,
No. 10O. FRONT STHIJI2T,
rOUTI.AND - - . .OREGON.
NEW AD VEli TiSE.f ENTS.
Every year increases the popularity
of this valuable Hair Preparation;
ivhich is tine to merit alone. We can
assure our old "patrons that it is kept
fullv unto its hi arli -standard; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep
aration lor restoring Uray on a aded
Hair to its yonthftil color, nraking it
soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp,
by its use, becomes white and 'clea&v.
It removes all eruptions and dandnhl.
and, by its tonic prppertrcs, prevent
the hair from falling out, as jt.'itwui
lates and nourishes tire bairvn;krd.
J3y its use, the hair grotrs tlirclcer itiU
Btronirei. In baldness, it rostores'the
caj)ill:iry glands to their normal. vigor,
and will create a new growth, tsxcepx
in extreme old acre. It is the most
economical IIaiij Dressing ever.used,
as it requires fewer applications, and
Ilir h:iir a snlendld . trlossv ai-
pcarance. A. A. Ilaycs, $LD State
Assaver of Massachusetts, -says, "The
constituents arc pure, and carefully
selected lor excellent quality; ana i
consider it the Best PiiEPAUATioar
for its intended purposes. ,
Sold bp all Drug gist i, and Dealers m ifedieinm.
Price One Dollar.
FOB THE WHISKEKS.
A nnr T?pncwer in manv cases re
quires too long a time, aud too much
care, to restore gray or faded Whisk-
crs, we have prepared tins aye, in on
preparation; which will quickly, and
effectually accomplish this result.' It
is easily appliedtnd produces a color
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Sold by all Druggists. Price ift
Manufactured by ft. P. HALL A. CO
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases of the Throat and Imags,
uch as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronehitia, Asthma,
Probably never !efore In the whole history of
rncdicim, has anything won so widely nod so deeply
upon the coHiiilein e of inaukind, as thia excellent
remely for pulmonary cotmdaiuu. Through a lont
eeries of years, and among most of the races or
men it has risen higher and higher iu tbchrvstiwa
tion, as it ha become butter known. . Ita vniform
character and jKiwer to cure the various affections
of the lung ani Uiroat, have mal it known as a re
liable protector .ig;iint them. White litptcd to
milder form of disease and to young chiMmi, it is
at the came time the moot effectual remedy UhU can
be given lor iiu ipient coustimpttou, and Ui da
gcrous afftrctious of Uie throat ami lungs. As a pro
vifion nraiiit sudilen attacks of Croup, tt should
be kept on hand in every family, and indeed as all
are sometimes Fiilje t to colas nud coughs, all
eliould be provided with this antidote for tiiem.
Although settled Consumption is Uioutrht In
curable, till great numliers ot rases where the di
case seemed settled, have been completely cured,
and Uie patient restored to tound health by tin
Vherrtf J'rctnral. bo complete Is its mastery
over the diMilcr of lHC Luug und Throat, that
the most obstinate of them yield to iu When noUf
ing else could roach them, under the Clitrry 1'ee
toml they subside and disrppcar.
Sinrrra and 1'uUlic Stea,krt find great prO
tcction rroju it. ..--. . .
Anthma is always relieved and often wholl
cured by it. . ; .
Ilronehiti Is grner.tllr rured by taking th
Cherrjf Vrrtnml in email and frequent doses.
So generally are its virtues known that wc need
not publish the cerfincateof them here, or do mor
than assure the public Chat its qualities arc full
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever trad Aue. Intermittent Feref,
Chill Fever. Koraittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, Ac,
and indeed nil the affections which aria
from malarious, marsh, or miaamatio
As its name impli, it doe Curr, and does not
fail. Containing neither A renic. Quinine, Bismuth,
Zinc, nor anv other mineral or polortou substance
whatever, it' In nowle iniurea any pntier.t. The
number and imnnrtanee of it euros In the npnr dis
trict s, are liierallv bevoml account, and xfo lelicve
without n parallel in the history of Acrue medicine.
Our pride i prrallfled by the a knowlel,ifments we
receive of the radir-al r'lii-e eiTectetl irr obttinate
fae, and where other remedies had whofly failed,
t'naeclimnteil persons, either resident iff, of
travelling thmusrn Trrhimatic JoenlHie, will be pr
tecte.1 bv taking tho ACVr. CVJir. daily.
For l.lrrr 'nmptalnt. ,1riing rreiTftorpkriry'
Of the Liver, It U nn excellent remedy, stmitnanngf
the Liver into healthy activity. . . r.V.
For Bilinin Dbonlevs and t.lvrr CompUinf, ft w
an excellent reined v, prfMluine manv trnlv re--markable
cures, where other medicine njd failed.
Prepared br J. C. ATK.it At Ot., Practical
and Annlvtieril Chemists, Lowell, Mnss and sold
all round the world. r
rniCE, $t.oa txtc itottle-
Will sew everything needed In a family, from
ths heaviest to the lightest fabric.- ;
IT ROES MORE WOStlfV i
MORE KIMKH OF WORXCV ,
AND HETTEB IVOSUtV
Than any other machine. 1 '
If there is a Florence Sewics Ma--chine
within one thonsaftd milea, of
San Franjisco not working well and
giving entire satisfaction; if lam in
formed of it, it will be attended to
without expense of any kind tp Jhe
SAMUEL HILL, Agent, .
19 New Montgomery Street,,
Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco. ' ; ;
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