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UAbLAS,SA-TlJKIA AUG. "J4
ft WlIA r A B KSOW ABJUf. GI ELS
'Girls 'arc" the mo9t uniccountablest
JltTuogaliu "tho -world -jxcept women.
Like the wicked flea, wheu you have
theiu they ain,t there. 1 cm cipher
.clean over to improper fractions and
rthc teacher says I do it frist rate; hut 1
1, can't cipher out a gifl. proper or im-
proper, ana you can t ciiner. l ne n
Jy rule in arithmetic that hits their
pas-es is the 'double rule', of t o. Ibey
'ire as full of old Nick as their skio can
5 : Wd, aud they would die if they cuuld
not torment .son ebody. When they
, try to be mean they are as menu as pul
sey though they ain.t as. mean ns lhey let
tii), 'except sometimes, and then they are
? , a jjoud deal 'meaner The only way to
r V i&el nfonfx with a girHvheu she euiucs
, ptyou with her nousene, is to srive hur
, tit, for tit.. and that will fiummux her.
tnd wheji jpu get a girl fluiutuused Ae
she is nipft as a new pin, A girl can
fow mure; wild . oats iu a day than a
, , t oy cau sow in a year, but girls net
4,;v,their; wild oats sowed after awhile,
- , which boys never do, and then they set
tle dowp as calm and placid as a mud
1 - puddle.
y - But J like girls first rate, and guess
ell boys do. 1 don't care how many
j.. tricks thay play on me--and thoy
don't care either. The hoftytuityist
girls in the world can, t always boil
0vuver like a glass of soda By and by
they wH get into the traces wLh some
body they likf and pull as steady as any
ld staiJe hrose. Thatisihe beauty of
' , them. So let flit m wave, I say; they
" will pay for it some day, sewing on
buttons and trying to make a decent
piap of the feller they have spliced on
'"'. to. and ten chapces to oue if they do
pot get the worst of it.
To our Republican friends, who
attempt to make little of the stampede
ofJormer Grant men to "honest old
lldrace," we direct" attention to the
following list of life long .Republicans
who have declared against the boon
companion of John Morrisey the Long
Branch gambler. That such men
wield a great influence it is fruitless to
deny, and their advocacy of Horace
insures his election.
Ex-CongresFtnan Grinncll, of Iowa ;
Gov. Yai month, of Louisiana ; Ex
Gov Blair, of Michigan ; Ex-Congressman
Ricey f 3Iaice ; Ex-U. S. Senator
)ixon, of Connecticut j Asnociat.
Justice Swayne, of Ohio ; of the U. S
Supreme Court ; Associate Justice
Clifford, of Maine, of the same Court;
Associate Justice Field, of California,
of the fcame Court ; U. S. Senator Tip
ton, of Nebraska; A. II. Randall, if
VWuconsin, ex Postmaster General;
Lenard Sweet, of Illinois, the friend and
'supporter- of Mr. Lincoln; Gov
Palmer, of Illinois, elected by Repub
licans : Associate Justice Nel-on, of
'ew York, of the U. S. Supreme
'vcmrtf General e itz Henry Warren,
of Iowa, Assistant Postmaster GencraT;
"2 f t' Hon Moses Kimball, one of the found
U . e era i-of ' Republicaniscu "V Gen. Wm.
j ... . S. Schooler, of Massachusetts, Adjutant
General of tha't State under Governor
4 Andrew , General John C. Fremont-
' f: M tssoii rif LyrnansTmmbill, II. S
y - ' Senator oTJDiiuois y General Cux, ol
-i ' l.Obllatetoembcr, er Grant's Cabinet ;
" "Ex-Actlng Vice President Lafavctte S.
:t::;r&w? hr&&tiCutcuur jus ice
of the Supreme Court of that State ;
Hon. F. A. Conklingi of N'ew York.
' brother of Senator. Roscoe Conkliri
t i Charles Francis Atlatns, American Ar
bitrator. at Geneva; Chief Justice
Chase, of the United Slates Supreme
Court ; Charles Sumner, Senator of
' Massachusetts, who was the cheil
. founder of the Republican party; As
sociate -Justice l)vid Iavis, of the
Supreme Court of the United States :
Hon. Galnsha A. Grow, f Pennsyl-
vania, ex-Speatcr of the U. S House
f 6fi Representation, the Chairman of the
State Republican Committee of Perm.
fsylvmia in 1858. Ex Governor Andrew
G. Curtin. of Pennsylvania, Minister
ot the United States to Russia.
Choose ye whom ye will serve, Gree
tley the honest temperate and capable
jwfatesman or Grant tho nepotist and
( . besotted tyrant.
Tho Grant papers think it terrible
KJ that Liberal Repnblicans and Pemo
crats should work together, Rut it is
all right when such men a Toomh
.,bf Georgia, Henry A. Wise, A. II
Stephens and a ho t of others, the scum
of the rebel element in the South all
'"go for Grant, bees uve they say, Grant
V ? will destroy the Government soonei
- than any other man. oould. Tooml s
' nay, tho government of the Unite
States is his enemy, and he is an enemy
to the government aud therefore he
,A vote for Grant i a vote for war.
L int iniiaU liaHIui u e IJaU'orm.
1. We .reccgnizu tho (quality of all j
men telote the law, una hold that vt ts
the duty of the government in its
.... i:' :.u u it . ' .
uuijiiuft iiu iub peopie to mete uui
e tual aud exact justice to all.of whatever j
nationality, race, color or persuasion, re-
hgous or political. !
I. We pledge ourselves to maintain
the union of the States, emancipation
and .enfranchisement, and to ppo&e any
reopen jug ot the quoin ns cttUd ly
the loth, 14th and 15th amendments.
3 W'e .demand tho immediate and
absolute removal of all disabilities im
posed on account of the ttlellion
wihich was fully tubdued seven years
ago, lelieving "that universal amnesty
will result in a complete ''pacification of
ull -sections of the country
4. Local elf-goverument with im
partial suffrage -will j guard the rights
uf all citizens more securely than any
cemralized power. The public welf ne
requires this supremacy of the civil
over the military power, and freedom
olf$ron under the. protection of the
haheus rorpHx.'v We demantl for;indi
viduals the largest liberties consistent
with public order ; for States, ta-if gov
ernment, and fr the oation, a return
to the methods of peace and the con
stitutiooaJ limitation of" power.
5 't he civil service of the- Govorn
ment has become a mere instrument of
partisan tyranny, nud personal ambi
tion, and an object of selfishness. It
is a scandal and a reproach upon free
institutions, and breathes a demoraliza
tion dangerous to the peruetuity of a
Republican Government. We there
fore regard a thorough reform of the
civil service as oue of the most pressiug
necessities of the hour; that homty
capacity and fidelity constitute the on
ly valid claim to public employment;
that tho offices of the government cease
to be a matter of arbitrary favoriti-m
and patronage and that a public station
may again become k post ot honor,
and it is imperatively required that ho
President shall be a candidate fur re
election. G. We demand a syMem of federal
taxaMou which shall not unneees-aiily
interfere with the industries of the
people, and which shall provide the
mt ans necessary to pay tht expenses ol
the government economically adminis
tered, pensions, the interest on the
public debt and a moderate reduction
annually of the principle thereof. And
recognizing that there are in our midst
hone-t but irreconcilable difference of
opiniou with regard to the respective
systems of protection and tree trace,
e remit the discussion of the subject
fo f tic people in trieir onresunai
Districts and to the dciion of Con
gress thi reon, wholly free from Execu
tive control or dictation.
7. The publ c credit must be sacredl)
maintained, and we denounce repudia
tion in every form.
8. A speedy return to ppeeie piy
mcots is demanded alike by the highest
consideration of eomnercial morality
ami honest government.
9. We remember with gratitude the
heroism and sacrifices of the soldiers
and sailors of the Republic, and no net
of ours shall ever detract from their
justly. earned fame, or the full records
of their patriotism.
,1 0, We are opposed to furt her grants
of lands to railroad or corporations. The
public domain shall be ;licld sacred to
actual settlers. in U
11. We hold that it h the duty oM
the Government in its intercourse with
foreign nations to cultivate their friend
ship by treating them on , fair and c$ual
f e r tit s , rega rVl i ii g i t a j i k e - o i s h oim i r a o I e
to demand what is not right or to sub
mit to what is wrong.
lS; For. the promotion and success
of thoo vital pnneiph'S and the sup
port of the candidates nominated by
this Conventior., W3 invite and cordially
welcome the coop ration of all patriot ie
citizen, without regard to previous po
itieal affiliations. '
OltECON At CAMI-'OHNIA RAII.
road Company, Laud Department, Port
land. Oregon, April 5, 1872. Notice ibitl
given, that a vigorous prosecution will be insti
tuted against any and every pcrsot who trer
passes upon tiny Railroad Land, by rutting and
removing timher tborefrom before tie same i
ROUUHT of the Company AND PAID FtR.
All vacant Land in odd numbered Sections
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a dis
tance of thirty miles from the line of tbe road,
belongs to tbe Company
I. R. MOO RES,
6-tf Land Agent
rpiIE OVERLAND STORE, SALEM, HAS
JL received i largo lot of nice, faehicnahlc
dry goods, together with a well selected stock
of Domestics, etc. Give thcin a call. Highest
price paid for produce. 7 tf
it.utfci chance Poirii trsrx e"s1
IAR1IEiTGR & ISA II-
i , COCK.
r0 0 S T.
1 AH 31 I.N TEH ft HAHCOCK II A V
ing desin d t discontinue their retail bus.
ioess offer their entire stork for sulo at cost.
To anyone wishing to engage in the furniture
business this is a rare chance. The fctoek
must be closed by Oct. lf, and will bo Sold at
cost or euth unly. Call aud seo them. -
, - -! 374-ir '
MAIN STUI.r.T, DALLAS.
HE BE.T OP WINES AND LTQUORP,
ales aD'i porters dispeiiied at tuo bar,
cLoice Jlavana Cigars.
Givouh a call and we puarcnteo satisfactiyti,
McCANN ULAZ15 IV
A Perilous Season. j
Glorious and delightful as the Sumtnr wea
ther is. its tropical hent Is a fevere trial' to the
vital powers. Even the strongest are j some
times prostrated by its effept.. The common
phmse Hppli. d to this condition of the b-dy is
'general debility." Now, general l-hi!ity
arises from, and inclades a variety of ailment
Tho liv r U more or less "afTected, the bowels
are either constipated or to -tnneb relaxed, the
etoinacb bat half perform the work of digestion
the appetite is poof, and the spirits depressed.
Thia is what is callet general debility, j It is a
fjenerat d-isarrangemunt of the physical fune
tieiw, and ri quirt as a remedy a medicine 'hat
will regulate them all, IWtctler'iJ Stomach
IHHers is specially adapted to this purpose
lis general operation is not confined to a siu-
gle organ. II the liver is affected, it restorts
its tone. If tbe stomach is torpid, it rcgeoer
a Us it. If the neves are tremulous and weak
it braces ani reinfurces them If tho mind,
which ever sympathizes with the body, i
gl.Mimy and despondent, it relieves the difficulty,
and toon brings the whole uu-i-banisui of the
body into harmony with the laws of hie and
There is no civilized nation in tho : Western
Hemisphere in which the utility of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters us a tonic, corrective, andaiiti-
biiious medicine, is nolknowu and appreciated
Throughout the Tropics it is considered both ly
the people und by ihe profct-sion, the standard
snfifio. While it is a medicine for all seasons
aud ull climates, it is especially suited to ilu
complaints generated by tho weather, being the
purest uud bett vegetable sliuiulant in the
lleware of tbe Bitter made of acrid and
dangerous materials, which uiec rupu!us jn-r-sons
are endeavoring to foist upou the people.
Their name is legion, and the public lias no
guareiitte that they aro not poi-onous. A l
litre to the tried rt-uiedy, linstetter's Bitter.
sld only iu glass, and never iu kegs or bar
a t ti a i r o ei,
tor ITresr Ing and Itratif lf Intrf In
lluiuati llalr. To I'm v t hi. l allliu
Out and 'I'Mrnltig (.ray.
A w''l prccrtd Mend of II iir. in a j cr"ri
of middle ac, at once W?palts refiueitiefit, c!-esr;in-e,
he.ilih atid Way. It may truly !
called Woman' Crowning ('ory. wl.i'e mm
are not insensible to it sdvantajes aj.d i-liMrms.
Fr thing are m r i isu.f tg tlisii ti.in, fii
!y, harsh, untAUird H.tir, with bead m-d t lit
covered wi'h Iandf i.'IT. -t n hsrl.er and
vu feel an ! bik lisc a new mun. 'If i i !
wlsat I VON'S K llllltON wtlt .! nl!
tl time. The clmrm wfiich lir ji II j l.ie.il
Hair, (iboy I'lirli", l.uuriat Tre; t.1(
(,'lao llatl, ii" n -tirciilde and irrei?n!.Se.
iobt by til 1 n f j i-t ill lu.llii Mir s.
1840 Bill 70
HOW TOCUIU' IT.
At th'i coTimencpmont of the Dirihi. whi'h
alwsy. prflce-Ie nn attack of the Cholera, take
a teapoonful of Pain Killcrju .oiir frl wji
tsr, (hot if conrontenr,) and th.n Kah fri"lv
the stomach nod luwl with th Pi;n Kilhr
clear. Should ihp diarrhop "r' rim;i ronfimir
rt'peaf fh loo on'rv fen r fifteen mirutc un
tit tins patfeit t rUivi.Lr In extn oie ca-.
two fr more tcaspoonfuls ni y be given at a
dse.' ! '- - -
The Pain Kil'cr, n a rr-medv. "no rvnt.
Inessc' of ('holer. Sum mr t'omplain's. Dy
f.op!ia. Dysentery, Asthma it core" in one ni'ht
by faking i,f3fVMSi1Vsrti I bi'hing with it
freely. JtlK,artiiift i HjtWlUffH,w h ctterns!
U itp1ld 4 tilireV, Burn,, Scalds, and
"pro-tag; $W fMk Tfadaeb til Tootlmrhc
don't full W try it. In short. It is "tV' Ku.i.-
K. - . ' 1 i" " -J if
Directions aaompany each bqtue,-'"
Th Palo Killer is sold by all dealers in Med
icine., ' -.
- Price. 2.) cants, iOcentsand 91 per bottle
"- MidKUtutuer Alaladlcs.
Tho hot lolsr rays that riper) the linrvosls gen
erate many distressing dienses.! , Tf tho liver
be at alt predisposed to irreguliritie!, this is
the sca-on in which bilious Attacks tuny be an
ticipated. A weak rtotnch. too. i weakest in
the summer months, and tho loss of vitality
through the pores by excessive perspiration i
so grc it, that a whUsomo tonic, combining
also Uio properties of a diffusive stimulant and
gentlo exhilarant. is In mnny casc necessary to
health, nnJ under no circumstances ' should be
dispensed with by the sickly ani, dilapidated.
Of oil the preparations intended thus to refresh
sustain, and tortify the hnman frame, there is
none that will compare with Hostctter's Cele
brated Stomach Hitters. They havo beej
weighed in the balance of experience and not
fonnd wanting ; have been recommended from
the fttVt as a great medical specific," rot as a
"beverage, and in spito of interested Opposition
from innumerable quarters, stand, alter a twenty
years trial, at the head of all proprietary med
icines intended for tho prevention of all ordi
nary complaints jif iho stomach, tbajlivcr, the
bowels, nd the norves. In tho unhealthy dis
tricts bordering th great rivers of California.
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters 'Way bo classed as
tho standard one for every species of intermit
tent and remittent fever. The pcnplo who in
habit those districts, p!aco the most implicit
confidence In tho preparation a confidence that
is increased every year by tho results of its op
, As bitters, so calle.l, of tho most , pernicious
character, are springing up like fungi on every
side, tho public is hereby arowarned against the
dram-shop frauds. Ask tor Hostetler's Hitters,
see that, the label etc., at i correct, aud remem
ber that the genuine artie it is Defer sold in bulk,
but in bottles lj.) m :mMm 'J '
P ARTIES WHO WEBE OCCUPYING
lauds in the Gnin.ie 'Hondo and jiiletz
iieserves," iu the Slate of Oregon, iu tho years
lGi5-'C. and had to abandon the same in conse
quence of said Iteseivca havingbetn selected by
the u. S. tor the settlement ot the jiogue ixiwr
.Indians, will pit use send their addresses, for
futh. r correspondence, to K. W. IX) W MAN,
Att'y Box lJ5, Wanhiugtou City, L. U. IJ-oi.
! K U ij I A It I T I IS S
The Human Race,
IFFERKNOES OF OPINIOK, ETC.,
etc., will be commenced iu a week or two
in tuta paner. showing how
can be elaborately represented, bow
can be made happy,
MANHOOD YEA ItS
made profitable, and
OI.O A H E
niiide comfortable, how to live and bo healthy
Supply your table with the least -ost. where to
di.-posu of the thiols you dou't want at the
best pri-e. making your own industry the most
profitable. This story is written by a flrst
class author, and one who understands the
case in band t perfection. Meanwhile, if you
can't wait for the above to appear in print, call
on M. M. KLLIS, at La Clede, and all the
above mentioned points will be fully explained
and happily illustrated.
YOU KNOW I KEY.
117" ANTED, AGENTS $HK) to S2i0 per
I T month, male and male, to introduce
the genuine improved MARSHALL SEWING
MACHINE. This machine, will stitch, hem,
fell, tuck, braid, bind, cord, quilt, and em
broider in a most superior manner. Price, only
$15, fully licensed and warranted for five years.
We will pay !l,Ut)il for any machine, hib price
ir low, tuai win ,w a stronger, more ocauiuui
r more elastic seam than ours. It "makes the
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH. Every second
stitch can he cot, and still the cloth cannot W
pulled apart without tearing it. We pay Agents
flOO to J2iU per inouih, and expenses, or a
itinmis.-ton from hi h twice th il amount can
he in.i'le. i or elfculars and term, apply to or
a idro.s, J. MARSHALL A CM..
102 Ns.!.-au etrett. New York.
CAtTItlN. Io not Lo imposed upon by
other parties traveling through tho country
pa ining oil w- rlhleM al-ir' U luaehiues un
der the tame name r other is-?. Hurs is the
onlv ijcnoiiie ana rekdr voe.ii macnirie m ill-
fj'IlIS WnNDIillKfL VHin.ilU II
1 l-l-r,l He I t:.e tihvet mim h..r f ;he lev! I
ud .! l.iht ,o 1.
the aged and languid
i t.n:" and '
it ha t o fij'
r I i ! lo
H ll)tt g
jtt.or: 4 Ii ic. A - !
Wi'ithi4 f i wl.i '
re ti- ly f r tim
I W iilletl are en-e
vet, it is uj -rc' ii g every other t-timu latit
In a!l !i n.'es. tr'.pu-l, temperate r frigid, it
j!-r as a sp-.-i.1c in every speeles of di r!en
whieh iH.It ruiines the bodily strength and
'ir.- i-i !. I i j i i. o i; p.ri'.
.Foil MAN ami i:i:Avr.
PridaWy few ai tie', have ever hi I f-n t.
t'ttive a sale, w)ui none have . hven tiion i n i -'TalJ
b to fh-,,1 lhati the r hl r.lled MEXI
CAN MI'STN I.I MM KMT. Chillreh.
Adult, ll'.r.e and oine.lie Auiinsls, arc
liithic to aeei h-nt, and it i sale ly say.
idiit n fioii x e xit p;i a single M-aou without
, -oiiie k Ij t f-mollieltt heitif tiei'C".-! rv. It be
ef.mes a matter ot itiijiortatiee then to secure
Over three huii lred liver;,' stable in the city
of Ne r V rk alone are u,i'i the MKXli an
Mim6 mmwiat. iu all of bi. h it give uiii-
CAUTItiN. Tho genuine is wrarped in
flue stet l plate '-ngr-ivag wi'h 0. VJ
Veslbroli. clu mit,' ei)d lied ' mib
KIXICAN MUtTANO LINIId EJIT,', ea-
grated. across tlie -fact of each wrappcr.4
iho wnoi- Dears tne pioprictor's pfiv.ite
United ttta8 Kt-venue tamp, and not tbe
toaiiiioa stump as tine 1 by uruggits.
L'0N KANVFACTUKIMo 1.0,.
48 53 Park Pli Neu Y cti.
Tbo orijrinator of thjs wonderful medicine
elaitus to have discovered and comhinrd with
htH iuomy moru ot inlin e at soeei eiyii Jt-di,
to projtf-rtir than whs ever before combined in
one medicine. The evidence of this fact is
found Hi .the variety of most obstinate diseases
which it has heeu found, to eontiuer. In the
cure of Hi fnivhtth, Svrcre t'onyhn, and the early
stages of Vnttn m nipt it ban HStonished the
medical faculty, and hundred. oftt.o best phy
sicians pronounce it the yrciitat tucOivnl di
fiurery of the ttye. While it cutes the Severest
Coughs, it strengthens tho system and purifies
the blood. Iiy, its yref und thorough biouil
purify tny propertitt it noes nil iimnrm from the
worst ncrojiiln to a ooitiiuou .VofrA l'implc or
Lrupt.QH. Mercurial Hiseases, Miucral poisons,
Syphilitic and Venerial Diseases, and their ef
fects are eradicated and vigorous henfth ami a
timuil vmiMtitHtion established. 12riipettt, Salt
Jkimini, Staid mm, Vrer Smcx, Svnly or
lunigh Skin, in short all the numerous diseases
Caused by bad blood e roiiqture I by this
powerful, purifying and invigorating medicine.
For "Liver Complaint," Jiiliout. JJinoi dtit aud
J.tbltital l'u)ixl ijmti'in, it bus produced 1 1 I.
dreds of perfect and periuaueut cures where
other medicine had failed.
Tho proprietor offers $100 reward for a medi
cine that will equal it in the cure of the diseases
for which it is reeommetide i. Hmvare of counter
ieit and worth I en imitation, bee that my Gov
eminent Stamp, which is a poaitivt guarantee oj
genuineness, is upon the outside wrapper. This
tnedtcino is Sold hi JJnigit at one dollar per
bottle. Prepared by R. V. PIERCE M. D., sole
Proprietor, . at his chemical Laboratory, 133
Banoc etruet,KuiTftlo N.Y. June : JM, ,l-9a
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they educate themselves pracueT
themselves in the best manner possible to meet i
the demand of the times.
When Ag"silaus, King of Fparta, was arked
what things be thought most proper for boys to
learn, he replied : Those things which they
Ikhould practice when tbey become men.
" Deliver all things iu numoer ano we.fe...,
and put all in writing' that thou givest ont or re
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a.d there isw.vi4iefiaiyrjfvSjt lr'Vt
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HAG AX'S Mt;OI.I
t? tlic Coiuplcxlon the t''reshucss
TIaoas's Mxoyot.t Ralm rer-otees the
(lushed appearance eaued by ha. f H toe atid
excitement. -"It make Ibe lady of forty appear
but twenty, and so natural and perfect tbat no
person can detect its npplic.-it.ion. Hy ' its use
the roughest skin is made to rival tho pure rft
d!.nt texture of youthful bjvty. It rt moves
redness, blotches and pimp'es. It contains
noihtag that will injure tho skin the least.
Mag sort a. RaI-M is used by all fashionable
ladies in NewYork, London and Paris. It eosts
only 75 cents per Rottlo, and is sold by al'
Hruggists and Perfumers
cv litioiIs ! !Vcw fiooiN! !
i'0it thi; iHiisii:r:HAsoN.
respectfully call the attention of the
Public to our Well Selected Stock of
Ladles' Dress Goods,
Ladles and Misses Hats.
f loves. Gaiter. Etc.
! Groceries, I ' . . ; '
. j. Stationery, Ac.
Iu fact Everything Found in a First
Clans Retail Store.
Vfo can assuro our Patrons that wo will be
up with the times. ' - J
Cjme and Examine our Stock 'before pur.
i chasing elsewhere. :
Country Produce taken in exchange f r
N. A. J. D. LKE
Dallas, April 22, 1871 .
. For tho very best photographs go to Urad
ley A. Ruloffsoii's Oallerv without STAIRS
pir ASCEND IX THK ELEVATOR, 42J,
Sontgoncery, stfeet. Ban FrneisoxA ; x .
TO THK UBMC.T
ALL KINUrf OF WORK, SEWDJO
Washing and Ironing, Ac., done by - ,
Burnett on short notice and on reaaouabt
terms. All orders left at tbe house, nouth-west
part of Dallas, will be immediately Attended to.
The Great Blftiical Discovery t
Dr. WALKER'S CALIPOItNIA 1
Hundreds of Thousands
Btar testimony to their Wonder- Si, u
ful Curative EtfecU. g
3 WHAT ARE THEY?ga
II FANC Y DRINK.F5J.
. a ri
tSiir i t n u tl Itef use l.l q u o r doctortd, t plcel
t:iJ sweetened t plcaso thJ taste, called "Ton
z:,,n" Appetizers," " Restorers," c., hat lead
l .7 t'ppler on t drunkenncsaaadTuia.hutar
a true Medicine, uia;le from IhcNaUve Hoots and
::ert8 of California, free from nil Alealiolle
Stiiiiul.tnts. They ate t otJItKATBLOOD
i'r::irir.:cnnd mfegivixu ikin-
CI P 1.32 a p.rf ct i:en.ator andlnvlzorator of
lii Fyfct. v.. currj i"S oT all polsonona matter and
rcioiin;r f.tc th-' : 1 to r. 1 '-althy conditio. No
p'ry:ui i ul.3 theso Li fcrs accordiiij to dlree
tl ; l t:i 1 r?-ualoliS u:iw..ll.
Tor Iin:nn;:itrjr mid Chronic Rhea
m. -Hi Htii nn;l ti'Mit, I)ifpwia mr Iu4l-tf-.tiow,
Itiiiouw, Knullteut nwtl luter
!;,;nnit Fevers, Di.eue of the Illood,
Lives-. Ki-JsioiH, and IHaddcr, these Hi t
ins Lav i b .e v i.Ki.-t t'icc rsfut. Uach Dl-f-ii-et
arj caused by 'ilinted IlUod, wU:ci
; -i'.r-r.y i'r j.!i!c:J Ly dcraueuifcnt of t'aa
. " . ;e.iiv e Orcr.-i i.
i . .i.i.i'.je. I'.i 1 iihieikmlders, CoagLs. Titfht
. i t f tUc Ciect, l;rsiues. Sonr Eructatlo.is cf
t!ic ft -r.r."'i, tad Lt : ii Ij3 Mouth Bdioas At
; .e, '..:;. t .ti; a of ttie Heart, Inflammation of
, . .. . f I ... L lln.v. H ,1 -?
J of.icr paltitut bj-mpUius, aru t-e off-
i i i h.v;.;;.'fat j t'ie Stomach and stimulate tao
i : : a "t lv.-.t? , w hicli rtudtr them cf ua
- :1 t:Sv.tc.y i i cleausins tlie blood cf alt
Ou:t..s. at Lo parties new life a:id vigor lo
. - sv-dcni.
I Olt siilN D IHH ES. rrapt:ott.Tetter,
i.-UM, X'.'.Ot'.li-.S. S,Xt-. J MljUS. 1'UMUICS.
. faKf.rirL, i:Li-Wos ci. f c.iU-ilead. Sor
. i:;-vr. -Lts licti. Sc.irf. l)icloratioi'.s f
. TI i : -rs R ! 1 Ks, !-! oftLe Skin, of
,vcr n.:.;i : ,r nat'-jr.-. urc litefilly dog tip
:i.-ri .-1 ont-f t'.n nynw!! i'a clior" tuna Ly
of t!i s' r.;t:ers. Oic l ttlc I.i -Jr!
I'' retiv-ue; t.ic m-K-t l;-rcuciou oi tucur
V't;atel Ulao-t -Lnver yon ana
. i,, p-.r-.t'.'.s '.ti!t...! t:,r-u-ti i.n:.i
.. ... i.r r ir-ores; lans.'lt 1kB jotx
'i . i a -Vtr.ifu-d an.t iluWi l.i t..e tctoei
-.vka iw i f ki. c :ii j. or tiding vftl
'.- y.-.-t v. ! Kr;i t',3 LUwd iuro aad ttie
s. : 1 'n w!!J fill
. f ;s :.t;.ir t"naa i-U. are eff.-ctnar.y
i r v: Yi 1 .: ; 1 1 ::v,vcd. I'or f dl 'Utioa", real
f-iViy t'.i- is'.vr.s r nr-vanJ t ac".ib?ule.
,J. Y'A'.r VrrU tor. V.. II. McIKVU &
C., ?: "i.":M nn:. G ti. Air?nt-. Haa Franrico,
Ct: 5? -.n isi .ite c- Strct. Kcw Vork
,;;:.p r- iv - pr,,.:.r;:s.
THE NEW POOD.
" -I. -
'.5. JJ-'!,'-i,!VJ .'k'SV
For a few cents you can buy
of jour Grocer or Druggist a
1 nefcage of E X MOSS FAKINE,;
mado from pure Irish Moss, or
Carrageen which will inakb
sixteen quarts of jOlanc Manges
and a like quantity J of Pnd
dings, Custards, Creams, Char-
lotto Russc, &c It is tho
cheapest, healthiest, and most;
delicious food in tho world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, aiid
has no equal , as ii light arid,
delicate food for Invalids and
Children. 7 T r
A Glorious .hango ! t
THE CIREAT TYORLD'S TOXIC
Plantation Bitters. '
Tills woiitlcr Ail 'Cfjrtnblft
restorative Is ttio hcrt-mi-f
clsor of the fee!Ie ami 1c!jfli
tnitcd. As n tonic suit! cordial
for the stRod mid laStiil,tt
hn no equal ntnonff t?tom'
richlcs. At n remedy for .tho
nervous weakness (o which
uomcti are especially tsiib-'
ject, it is superseding every.
other siimulaut. In nil C1H
nates tropical, tempernttS
or frigid, it nets ns n specifier
iu ex ery species ,of disorder
. w hi oh u ti d e r m i n cs . the ho 1 1 y
strength uud breaks don the
animal spirits. lor sale by
2 ' r
sit ry m
9 1 S