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DALLAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 6. i
Did love die- too dearest, th day youj
-Tbai I should only nay . I otrf"
Hisetififctied form within yocr coffin
.Vanished forever 'neath its shroudibg lid ?
I kissed your face,.solbcautifuJ,andf till,
. Pilltnved on 'spotless buds, ray hot tours fell.
Xove was not there j his lips, wnanswering,
'fcbill, : n - ' '.- - :
f, Met ii?t my own in that supreme farewell.
And when I sit in the long sprrng-tita hours
f 1 Besid your grave, and decorate and trim
Its eloquent, dumb mound with early flowers,
r "" I never, never lay a flower for Aim
' ;t i :.' t . ;-:
:- He it not dcftdi Who said so was a client.
r Love has no past tense ; he is neve r past !
' 1 love 'yoa love you f till, and still rVpoati
Clinging ta that soul anchor Jas thjo last,
''Though you have left nay side and strayed
; : ;away . , ' '
- A littto further than you nsed to be;
t And though I follow sadly, still, each day
I say " I love you still.' Do you love me ?
j . Hub. That Out.
, Ye clip the fjllowing from an exchange.
The writer evidently uieuus business :
I stood upon the ocean's briny shore, '
And with a fragile reed I wrote upon tbo sanJ,
1 Agnes, I love thee !
A tpad waveeame rolliug high and fast,
And blotted out the fair inscription.
Trail reed !' cruel wave! treacherous sand !
"11 Jtrust to thee no more.but with a giant's hand
I'll pluck from Norway's iroaien shore the tall
And, dipping its top in to the crater of Vesuvius,
I'll write upon the high and bumUhed heavens,
Agnes, 1 love thou 1
And I'd like to see any dog-goued wave wash
that 'out .- - --,
Weather Keeord for March. Ih.2,
Keptby T. Pearce, Eola, Oregon.,
tforth Lat. 41 57,' West Long. 12Z b'
5t,rain 0.17 in, wind South.
52, rain 0.05 in. wind South.
54, rain O.yO in, wind South.
52, rain 02Uin. wind South.
48, rain 0.09 in. wind North.
45, cloudy, wind South, showeiy
48, rain 0.28, wind North.
49, rain 0.30 wind South.
'42, showery, wind South.
3'J, rain 0 SI in. wind i. frost.
43, rain 0.11 wind South
42, rain 0.11, wind Southwest.
45, rain 0"1 2. in. wind Northwest.
. 42, !ea Breeze, wind J50iuh.
ff - 2 p- ,,
vi.v 25 M
' ; 27
. 91 n
"41, rain 0.01 in. sea breeze S
45, rain 0.01 in. wind South.
- 44, clear, wind South.
44, wird North, frost.
53, clear, wind North.
46, clear, wiud North.
47, cloudy, wind North.
47, clear, wind North.
47, clear, sea trceze, wind North
43, clear, wiud Norih.
45, clear, wind North.
. 51, cloudy, wind South.
49, cloudy, wind Nurth.J
48, cloudy, wind North.
47, clear, wiud North.
52, cloudy wind South.
51, cloudjr, wind South.
t - Bain in inches for the month of Mch. 1 S 72
if 5.87 ' in. Clear days, $ Cloudy, 7. 3 days of
y,; fea breeze.
Mean temperature lor month 47-t
Highest 54', on the 3J. Lowest 41, on
' : 15tk.
i :i" AiltiBTsity is the first path to truth.
I ;i "Wbat'd famo ? a fancied liic ia others'
- - - 1JC that has four cents and spends
fc ' five, has no need of a" purse.
T It U right to be contented with what
' we baye, ut never with what we ire.
A pooT spirit is poorer than a poor
4-uoi.pursaj.a very few. pounds a year wuulu
, esse a man of the scandal of avarice.
i ' One ,of the most important rules of
the science of manners is an almost at-
jL'solutQ silence aboutjoursclf.. , .
Knvy pursues its Victims through life ;
it cease- to gnaw only whotfMho grave
ysorm, its brother reptile) begins.
Rusken says that it ia only by la
' lor that thought can be made, healthy,
5 ' and only by thought that labor can be
. ; Whilst we live let us live well ; fur
be a man ever so rich when he lights
his fire, death may, perhaps, enter his I
door before it is burnt out.
A celebrated clergyman recently paid
that he had found more pood in bud
people, and more bad in good people
than he ever expected.
"It is better to judge between strangers
tharj between intimates; J'orby the first,
irtac is sure to gain a friend, aud by the
oilier an enemy. p.,
What madness is it for a man to starve
himKclf to enrich his heir, and so turn
Iriend into an .enemy, for his joy at
yout death will be proportioned at what
you leave him. j ,
Josh. Uillings knows lots "of folks
who are pious jist because they v,mz
born 80. They kant tell when they
got religion, and if they should lote it
jc.they wouldn't know it. ,
In conversation, a man of food sense
will teem to bo less knowing, more oblig
ing, and choose to be on a level with
. others, rather than suppress with supC'
riority rf hia genius.
Nothing sets so wide o mark between
. a "Vulgar, and a noble goul, as the respect
X nnd love of woman. A man who is ul-!-
-ways 'sneering nt women is generally a
,'Tt'Oarsc pfofligate, or a coarser bigot.
t'j Dregs has a moral offset upon the con
duct ,of mankiud.,. Let any gciitletnan
find himself with dirty boos, old surtout,
' rolled neckcloth, and a general negli
genco of dress, and he will in all prob
'. ability find a corresponding disposition
by negligence of address . Sir John
tfacfs mid Iuscac.
Reliable helpHelp yourself.
Light eaters The 'Esquimaux.-
The latest thing out Fashionable
Permanent headquarters The shoulders."-'-:;
Good musicians execute their music:
the bad ones murder if. -
Etiquette if you pay p, visit it is not
necessary to take . a receipt.
Have a snake '(" is fcha .San Fran
cisco interrogation for drink?.
, What kind of ascent is a 'descent ? A
trip up, for it brings you down.
The quickest way for a man to. forget
all common miseries Wear tight boots.
A Wyamlotte joarnalit saves time
and ink by dating, his lettern " Y iC.' .
A stitch in time saves nine. Those
who have a stitch in the side, be thank
ful. Mr. Kellfgg of Indianapolis, felt of a
buzz-saw, to see if it was going. It
"Though lost to sight, to memory
dear," as the man said when he paid his
A miser's first rule in arithmetic i
addition, but his heirs generally begin
lletnus was asked, how runny oysters
he could eat. "Any given number,"
was the reply.
Pawnbrokers and -Irank-mlsv arc al
ways taking pledges ; the former some
times keep them.
The intelligent compositor pleasantly
alludes to" Alexis the noble lluss," as
" Alexis the noble Kus."
Vegetable being scarce in Arizona,
the miners swap diamonds with the far
tilers carat for carrot.
The pedestrian Weston doesn't appear
at any more of his " trials." lie ha
taken leg bail, probably Il$tn iW.
II the Bteux are expected to go in
the w.iy they are bent, should not the
fJelfe'u ho expected to go where they are
A common p'ai arism now is to steal
from the tail of a roofer lor tin sake
of putting a feather in oae's owu cap or
CIcvclanders arc making merry over
old cow, sprinkled with assume ida, and
labeled " IJuflalo meat killed by Alex
is." A twelve-year-old boy in Connecticut
is appropriately "known as a "young
haver," having a heavy growth of
f never knew a dog. of cny breed
whatsumcver, to take lydorlVby after
they had been thoroughly ' vaccinated
with buckshot. J!iiliofs.
A chandler having had some candles
stolen, a person bid him bj of good cheer,
14 for in a short time," said he " they
wilh all come to liht."
A Upston coroner has been accused
of presenting bills for viewing bodiei
that he nt-ver saw. lie get $ 1 a head,
and gets a head about 81 every tim.
14 Ah I" mused Smith as he contem
plated his very extensive collection of
New Years bill, " how true it is tint
in the midst of life we arc in debt."
Never receive even two lines fiom a
horse without being sure you have the
proper address, and never under any
circumstances drop a line to a horse.
A man found drunk, gave as an cx
CU.se that. he,. was merely celebrating the
87th birthday of his mother, who wan an
inmate of the Gloucester poorhouic.
A temperance editor in drawing at
tention to an article against ardent spir
its in one of his papers, says': " For
the effects of Intempccrnce, ee our in
A young man having a Info railroad
disaster in his mind has broken his en
gagement with a young lady, b. cause
.-he wears a traiu aud is negligent abaut
A young lady requested to be releas
ed f rom her marriage engagement on the
ground that when she contracted she
believed her lover a ""duck " but has
since found him to be a 4 goose "
'A brick fell from the scuflold the
other day on the head of a negro. Fling
dem are peanut shell ouoder way, up
there, won't yer V Was the darkeys ad
vice as ho scratched his head.
A conscientious amateur member of
a brass band inhabits a locality near to
to my room. I don't wish him any
harm but I sometimes wonder if brass
baud men ever have the small pox, -Clt'teurjo
"Molly chut tho door; its getting
awful cold in here V was the remark of
an Albany husband, as he hung his
coat on a hitching post and prepared to
retire to the curbstone, under the im
pression that he had arrived at home.
A man in Danbury has discovered
that powder "fried in lard was good for
boils. Jle tried if,. The stove cover
is in the second story now, though most
all the reHt of the stove has beeti collec
ted. I In was deceived in his lard, he
says. Danhury A'ews. -
Opelica, Ala., has created a sensation
by the new leap year mode of eating
philoocnas in tf at place, as reported by
the local editor of the Locomotive. The
vfiiinc !,i.lv takes the nlmond between
her teeth, aud the young gentleman
bites it off.
RESOLUTIONS AIXJI'TKU V IffK 8 TATS nEPI.'ni.I
CAS OO.NVKimON AT 1'ORTLAXl), MAUCII 20ni,
1872. ' -
The Union Republican party of Ore
gon, in Convention, m ikes this declara
tion of its principles' and poHwv :
I. To the Constitution' of the Uni
ted .States and all lis amendments we
pledge ' our unfaltering aibsgtanee ; to
its authority a wiilin obedience -f to its
i'liA a net legal construction and enforce
ment our constant s-upoort.
2. : That the success of the present
N,Monal Administration in reducing
the public debt, diminishing and can a-
iizmg taxation, r.iiiniuistering ' cvc-iy
branch oT public aiiairs with economy
and efficiency, forming and improving
the civil service, enforcing the laws
without fear or favor, protesting; the
nation's wards with parental can; sigainsf
tho cruel avarice of speculation and
fraud, and maintaining- friendly rela-r
lions with Foreign 1 ower, has been
ueh m to command tho approbation
of the great majority of (he Amerieuu
people, and justly cntitle'it to the eon
lidenco and commendation of every true
il. We regard the payment nf the
national debt, in full cou;phanco with
ail legal obligations to our creditors
everywhere, and in accordance with the
true letter and spirit of i s contracting,
as no longer a question in issue; but
that we may be clearly understood, we
denounce all forms and decrees of repu
diaficn of that debt, as affirmed by thu
Democratic party and its synfpathizers,
as not only national calamities, but post
ttve crimes, and we will n?ver consent
to a suspicion of lack of honor or 'jus
tice in its complete satif icti )u.
4. We admit of no distinctions be
tween citizens, whether of native or
foreign birth ; and therefore we favor
the granting of f ull amue.'-ty to the peo
ple ot those JSta'es 1 ttely in rebellion;
and we here pledge the Jul I ami efh e
tive protection of our civil laws to all
persons voluntarily cou.ing to or, resid
ing in our find.
b. We f iver the encourauemeu
ot railroads by the Genera! Government
of the United .State, ai d hold that ssieh
disposition shouM be made of the pub
lie lands as shall Secure the s.me to ae
tual sseitlers only, in quantities not ex
ceeding 111') acic.
ti. That while we are in favor of a
revenue for the support of the Genera!
Government, by duties upon imports,
sound p'diey requires such adju-tmeni
of thoe- duties on import as to ne Mir
ago the development of the industrial
interests of the whole country : and v.e
recommciid that policy of n tt. .rial ex
change which M-curcs to the woj-kin
men liberal wr-.ges ; to sgricu'ttu e rensu
neratsve prices ; to mechanics :;nd nt ni-
ufaeturers an adequate reward for their j
skill, 1 bor and cntvrpri-c, and to t!i I
Nat ton c.mtueic.al pnspcrity and 'vAv
7. We l-elieve that tvnufar e la i-i
tion is the sole truo basts and hop- of a
free government, and shall ever epp.Mc
any diver-iiui of, or interfere?. re with
tbo couim u Teho ! fund or lat. 1 in
tn;s State, for any otl6r than their le
Ultimate purpose, and we con-Umn the
act of t j vor.ti.tn by the last L"Ui;;f un
v.diereoy tvvohun-ircd thousatfd do!!ir-,
taken from the seho d fund, were irr.'uit
ed to a corporation coasisting t:aiti!v of
lemocratie lenders ,ind party favorites,
for the construction of a work which
another corporation, entirely Korel and
resp::isibb, oSTc red to construct fiir se.-j
cnty-lle thousand d !!:it.? le.-s ; ;hiJ that ,
we are in favor of the pase by the
iVgishit-'ire of an efFieient se!i'Vl law,
such. :h ?ha secure to all tit i. -us ot
our h'; tte a good common school cdue.i
H. We find no terms Funieiently
strong to es press our disapproval of
thofcactsof tic li t Legislature when;
by the swamp lands belaMio to the
Sfate huv( been takn fr-'in tlof needy
settlers and triven vvith.out limit or proper
competiti.)n in price to the land grab
ber and speculator ; whereby fi e cord
uments aid salaries of State officers
have been : unconstitutionally increased,
and the taxes increased thousands of
dollars by the creation of new and un
neecssny offices and salaries, for the
purpose of providing for party favorite?;
and whereby the citizens of our me
tropolis have been deprived of and do
nicd the Jright of controlling their po
lice authority. And re equally con
demn the administration of our State
officers and laws as extravagant, reck
less, illegal and destructive, and we
rightly chargo all these results as the
acts of the Democratic party.
0. We are in favor of the United
.States giving to each honorably dis
charged soldier who served in the arm
ies of the United .States to put down
the rebellion a warrant, for a homestead
of 109 acres.
10. That wo demand the rencal of
the so-called litigant net, which was
devised to support pauper Democratic
newspapers at t! e public expense.
11. That (he Republican party of
this State are in favor of the General
Government extending aid toward build
ing a railroad from Portland, Oregon,
to Salt Lake City, and we hereby pledge
onr party representatives to the support
ol tho same.
12. That tho indi;
sing of persons to sell
without being placed
sponsibilities fur the abuse thereof,
having been found by experience to
promote the growth of crime and: pau
perism, and thereby to seriously increase
the rate of taxation, the , Republican
party recognize the right and duty of
the law making power to prevent and
limit the evils and abuses of such sale.
so far rs concern, the public good ;,nd j
in eou- stent with individual liberty, by )
refusing to licence otlier than luw -ubid
ing and re-ip;nisible persons, who can
furnish suflciout sureties for good con
duct 10. That the ltepublican party of
Oregon is in favor of obtaining- assist
ance iron! the (leneral Govt!rrmient for
tho construction of v. wagcu road from
the city of Portland to the Dalies,- re.
cognizing this u? a .most important- and
u eeesMi i y i m ji rove ment f ;r 't'h e S t ate.
11. We aiiirui th;t the eoniiimiricc
in power of the ILepub'h-an puty 's
the only' sure preservation , of national
pruee and pro-pt ity, and for reason
therefor we point to its brilliant roenrd
in the late civil war; to a complete
nationality j to a united sit -r!ioo'l of
tnirty-seven States ; to our '1 erritories
rapidly warming into .State life; to a
nation freed from the tiint ot human
fdavery ; to an rlevated aiol enlarged
citizenship ; to onr n it ton il standing ut
home aud shroud-; to the work ot vig.
trous reform in all Uhseovned abuses of
authority ur tniit ; to an umquib d for
uiu credit to a mcei-.ful and solid
financial system, aud to the unparalleled
peace and prosperity every where in our
brum! doiu on, and tl;c.-o arc ur pledge?
for the Jot arc.
b. We hail the " Now Departure"
of the late D-ui oeratic prty, taken by
the action of thr (!onventii:i in seven
ksta e.-, as un alhrtiiation of the priuci-ph-j
J.ir vh,!f'i the ltt-pubtieau J'lrty
has- eo?iteiiced for the la-t t- n ytar.s :
and in tho Passive 1'td ey" of ih;it
party, already assumed in -evi rl of
the States, we rt-eniniz:; an a knuvl.
c lament of their lr-'p-dessnes ol hu'c
ces in the coujirii I'icsidential cam
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C'.r.m 1 1 id'. i. tf.ti.-e..hl- and irr - t'd.i.
S-dd hv Iruci-t i aiid thftr iry .-t-r
Tbo r.riatuttttor of ills wondcrfut modielrte
clnims to h.ivo discover" 1 mid fmhhtet i'u
Jtitrminf more of A'if mnt Horrrriyu wn
vtl ltrfrtir than was ever lud'ure combined in
one meilieiiie. The evidence, of thi fact
f.iiiid in iho vaiiety of most, olx-tiiiate difte
hi. ti it hns b en f.und to, euiter. in the
cure of liroitvhiii, tSrrrrc Cowjh, stud the : early
stages of CiiuHumiitiiiH, it has a stiuii-lied the
medieal faculty, and hundred-Tof the be?t ihy
sieinn" pr inoiinet it lh. ip txit'i'f M'd
rot-fry of th? n: Wliilo it ernes the sevcreHt
th-ughf, it ytreiigfhcna the system nnd jmritres
t!)0 hln d. Ily its ijrrat and 1hrui'jh hl,l
)'irif;hnj pro xi fir it -cure all I Initio! fiom the
worst nrrofuiit to a omnnion fllotch i'imjifr r
Eivj.tiu'.t. Mercurial IMensec, Mineral poisons,
Syphilitic and Venerial Iioasoj, and their ef
fects nre eradicated and vigorous hvnlth and a
ho inn fount it ittiitn eKtalilishi'. Jfryiijiet'i, Salt
l!h ml in. Sen Id (ltd, Vctr Sirtf ,Stutfy or
iig S.iti, in short all the numerous difea.cs
enused hy bud blood, arc eonquero 1 hy litis
powerful, purifying nnd invigorating medicine.
For "Liver Vomplalitt," lliliou IiH drrn nnd
ltihituol Conmijiittiov, it hwz jj-oduc-ed hun
dreds of perfert aud pcr:nan:nt cures where
other medieino had failed.
The propriettir ifi'ers SltlO reward for a inodi
eine that will eptal it in tho cure t,f the diseases
Yimai h injiu t.ir.iuni'iun. i.evvnro conn-
feit nnd irortht, imitation. See that my Oov-
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Fpirituous li.ltiors I'repurcd ly 11. V. 1'IKHCE .M. 1., solo Price List, IS ceut. P. K. PJlOKN IX
mff'-Artl'l1-I"i'"' !V'"1 ii"llilliiMOV11 lw',y
SI rioyEEtt'TirAXD stove store,-
Front StrcGt, one Door South of
Dallas - - - - 7
r NOWINiJ THERE - IS A MAKKh
difierenee between article of.l AWAiw
Zi J'nd otUr l.re cities tor
st.h-.mi-iit. I.havun hul both my own makt;
, , , ,n..,f, flV mauu-
iiii.l also tLat of l.ictorj ;it-Ke, no uii j .
rimy take their ctoico. Wy ttock consist
Stoves cTaH kinds,
Co;i.ei, ITr.s and Iron tVare,"
. -lVJi-e worcof r,il t!cserljiiaiis,
Sheet an-t (ialvanf .c;l Irc
Stove llIXsr.sTeP! l Ucttlcs,
... Milk Pans, Dlppeis
i lartl and llnUf.r Cans
Ji'Pnr-cd Vare a gcacrl Assortment,
Cooking Kpoor.3, A variety ot Gam Fans,
P..roel..iix line I stow Fans for Fruit,
Eroiling FisUre3 of IT.-w and the -Mos
And in fact everytbtnjf that t an bo f.mnd in a
last i- ass Tin and Stove Stare.
Nnttlv Dona and Promptly Attended to.
50-tf . T. U. NEWMAN.
FOIl TIIIJ IRI-:I2XT SKASON.;
j We resi'etfully rnl t.'ie attt ut'mn of tie
1'ubiic Ui our Wtdl .Selected Stock of
Ladles' Dress fiiods,
Ladles' and Mises' Slats,
Gent' Farnitiinpj (Joods,
(Jovts, ;aIJtl. Itc
S Iiool 11 wis,
In fact F.vervthlair lroti'id hi a Iit
lash UetHll Store.
We can a.t:re our Patrons that we wi'l b
uj. with tic t'.iar-i!.
Come and Kxnj'ute our Slock before rur-
Coaatry- Prcduee tt?en in czcliaage f i
a. J. d. u:r:
HaWa, Aj ril 2?, 1ST I.
4 r Ik
v . v n a pi i
holt i-:tt. woitn.nv 4V co.,
II iv r- in vi t tV,
sto : k of c.oois
;t V, i. ::u ! .r-' .- '.'! t'.v r- 'c'ui. NT.W nn.l
S.adi V Ores aud Kaiiry CJ-mds,
Men u! -d ( h tMni
Uoats and Shoes,
Ladies' sxid CliildriM;!. stioi ri oi" cvtry
style a r.d size.
full Stork of Clrticerles ronamIj
on tianl.n' It.trdiVave and C"ioc!irr.
t-i'ii-;id.!c ?till, f-!i a
Ii-M-. ci Ca- i'ticrv's, tl u d Timi'!--,
'i iv;-n!s, I'i;ui;i U and lli-uil I.,
'hi'x. we otT'or at V.'h i',?ala and lU tai!.
?f;ii;vr di-ir t lo"fn ?tm. ' ly in
i'.il'.i'. u. v iii d-:.l f;illv m;d ju-tlv wiih n'.
, !' us r ti- v, trU t! '--;r j ,jtr--::.-i V. e
, U , ', !.' ; .. );. f-.r C i-ntry IV - I o fcr
w hi ! "V t'-ie lli.rlu'-t i'r!e.
Kring on your Tgs aud Butter.
The standard remedy for Couijh. Tn
fltuMi.a, orf TUronta hooping
C'!tih, Crmtp, Liver Co!ijlaint,
Urouchliis, Hleedittg' of tlie
I.uis. and every nfle etlon ' of the
Throat. Luns and t'het, intlutl-
'istar s it i.lsait does not dry tip
a Coiih. It loosens it. cleanses
tho Luts, allays In Hatioti, thus
rcmtiviii!' the eatise of the com
plaint. V'nne genuine unless sign
ed I. IIU I'TS. Prepared by SI VI II
W. I'tMVld: S; SON. Jloston.
Sold hv HI.1H)1X(.T, HO.,
TMTTHI1 & CO., San I'ranrUco,
aud by dealers generally. Kly
Fruit, (3 anion, Flower,
Miade, Hedge, tiarttcn,
Apple nnd oral) Ilootgrults best sorta,
1MHK) j?f0 00
Pear, Sfd Extra, ly, Ilartlett, tc. 3 to 4 It
r r doz 2 50
'. a . . a . ..
eiMls.r eli, tui.J; A pie, Oia'e new.hu. 1 dO
Potatoes, White P'ch Blow, Kailv Ktw"" 2 00
w ..... I 1 ... L' . ll . . . i . ii . k a . . a.
A LL KINIS OF WOKK, SEWING
1. Washiiig and Ironing, Ac, done by Mrs
Uurrett on i-hort notice and on reanonable
terras. A'l orders left at tbo botise, south. weKt
part of Dallnf, will be immediately attended to
Tkc Great "LlcCicrl scevcry X
Dr. WALEEB'3 CAXiirOENIA
?i Etinrlreds of Ehoiisands SfJ
c' ISear tlmony to thftlr Wonder-
ful Corative Jiffects.
g'VKAT ARE THEY
"Is FANCY." DRINK.P
t? VAT A TTTT V
Male tf Iooi- Rum, WliiUcy, ProioT
Hyirit nnd Hi-fast' Liquors doctored, fipicci
aJ evrectcacd t ikasj tliC tasle, called "Ton
I ;,'" A petizevs," " nrTr orcrs," c., tliat lead
t'.io tlpr-lcr fca l drunkeaiKis ar.d rain, bat are,
a true Medieliie.inadc from the KaUve Hoots and
'Herbs of California, free from fill AIoo!iIlo
Siiiiii!r.nr. They are tlicdRrATBLOOD
1'lTRf Fli::t and LI I E CJI VI X PRIX
VH LE o pcrfi ct Iieao vator sad In vljorator of
t'.io f yj-ttci, carrying oTall poisonous matter acd
rcf.torfnfir l!ie Wood to a hcaHt.y condition. No
person en tako tltee Hitters according to dlrec-ti'-Ki
aad remalPlon uawell. , ;
For Inflammatory r.nd Chronic Itbcn
i:iatH:i rtud iout, Iyapcpila' r Indl
g?tlou, Iiilionw, Itfinttleut and lucer
i!itec ;ii Fever I) incase f tbo IHood,
Liver, Kidney nud UIaddert tUcse Hit-trr-s
l ava Lecu i:iut tucccseful. Buch Dia
d l y Vitiated Blood, vhlch
is gcirraMy traduced Ly derangement ot tJi
I:.;ch! ! vc O rents.
livsi r.rsiA on iNDifirsTrov.
l;M!ae!:e. Vzn i t I3i2 Shoulders, Conghs, Tlcbt
r.c i of tbc Chest, Dizziness, our Hructatloas oC
tuct'lomach, liadtiste la tbo Mooth Cillous At
tar:.?', l'a1jiJt.:tion of the Heart, Inflammation of
tb-j I.ur;jr?,raia ia the rcKlons of the Kidneys, and
ahuudrcd other palnfoJ yniptouis, ara tho off
iprhiBuf DjFp' psla.
Th'y l:viS'rat3 the Ptomaeli and stimulate th
torpid liver and howViB.wldeh render them of un
enalh d efflcacy l. cluansinj the Wood of all
ImpurltK-s. anl lmiartlag new Ufa and rigor t
the whole ft" te-n.
FCIII Sli 1 N IISEASr.f;,i:rnpt:oiis.Tetter,
fait I.henm.r.lotchcs. fepots, I dm pies. Pustules..
I,!!, Carbanclcs, Uing-'A'orias, faU-lIcad, Soro
I'vci'.riyiiM -la,ltch, fenrfs, Piscoloratioas of
the fkin,' nuuicra and Diseases of the Skla, of
whatever name or nature, ore Ktcrally dug np
cr-l ca: rK J oni of thj system in a eh-rt t.ma by
the use of these letters. Or.e bottle In sncl
cu -.-a wITl con vincc the most Incredulous of their
Ch r.:isc the ViCated r!ood whencTer you find
lf i.iipuritics burniujr . ItirongU t'.ic sltln laTlm
pies, eruptions cr Sores; cleanse It when yo
find It obstructed and sln;lsh la the cins;
elt an? It wben H ts fu!, and your feelings will
t:11 you when. Keep tha blood pure aud lb
health of the f ystera wilt f .low.
FIX, TA I C aid other WO II MS, InrWns tn
the ej. tcm of f o many thoosands, are effcctnalty
destroyed onJ removed. For full directions, read
carefully the circular arousd each bottle.
J. YTALKnTJ, Troprictor. H. n. MrDOXALD &
CO., DnuTUti anlOea. Amenta. San Francisco,
Cat,, anJ 22 and 21 Commerce Street. Kcw Vorfc.
SCLD EV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
THE HEW FOOD.
For a few cents yea can buy
c.r your Crocor or Bniggist a
: ackn:-o or FAIilNE,
r.milo from pro Irish 3Ioss, or
iurii?,con, v,hich vill malio
;;!xltvii quarts of Blanc Mango,
ami a like quantity of Fud
diarrs, Cnstanls, Creams, Char
wiU Kasso, Ac. It is tho
clacajicst, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the Yrorld. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Chaniro !!
TTUl GREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
vostoE:iao in tlio sl.ool-.ui-vhar
r .tit focStlK and .c!jiil
u:ca. As n :tic mail conlinl
for tS.o nm l.tisiiid, it
Ivi-i ibo a:sio:.a; stom-
:u'..ii s. As a 'remedy for tlic
nervous weakness to wliirh
woisieu arc especially sub
ject, it is fiupea'sedia every
other siaiaulant. Ia all Cli
, mates, trossieal, featperate,
or faij;id, it actn as a r,irciac
In every species of disorder
which midcr.a.ac the bodily
Mrcajith and breaks down the
autuaai ssirits. Ji'or sale hy
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