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OREGON CITV, OREGON, JAV Ijlb.
Why Dick' Williams Should not be ' increase of the Judges' salary. What
lilectcd. j an infamous pretension this is. Look
We hope' no Democrat will forget j at tbe men the-v hav? nominated, and
Lis duty on election day by voting j it is always better to judge what men
for Mr. Richard Williams, for the ! have done than what thev profess
following very important reason-if ; u m d ; h
for no other. Oregon may, and per- i - , , . ' , , v ,
haps will, cut a large figure in the j -lbcals have nominated Bush ll
election of the next President, son, the author of the fee bill for
Everything point unerringly to the Clerk, and James Gingles, the man
fact that a Radical Republican can- who LelongeJ to Wilson in tho Leg
not be again elected to that, high of- . . , ... -fice
by the free voice of the people. ' lsljiture d introduced the bill, for
If a firm and true Democrat, who is Sheriff. This ought to be enough to
mindful of the best interests of the ( convince anv one of the hypocrisy
people, is not elected by the popular j of tL Iiacficai3. But let us go to
vote.the election may be thrown into L. . c, . . , -n,..a
, iTnnaa r,t Tii,toaf f Portland. Sol. Hirsh and Dae
canse-more than two candidates will
undoubtedly be in the field, and as
it will be extremely doubtful if any
one gets a majority over all the oth
ers, the election in bound to be de
cided by the House. How import
ant it is then that Oregon should
Btand on the side of reform, the only
true Democracy. -
The 'Senate Committee on Privi
leges and Electons have agreed to
report a change in the manuer of
electing the President and Vice Pres
ident. The change will allow each
State to cast two votes and one vote
for each electorial district, to be cast i
in accordance with the wish of the
Electors of said district. 'Oregon
will have three votes two of them
to be cast by our delegation in Con
gress, consisting of two Senators and
one Representative. If La Dow is
elected there will be two Democrats j and iiaid money to secure the passage
to one Republican in the delegation J of tI)'e bill This s1iows bow'eonsfs
and the two votes will be cast for the I , . ,. .
election of a Democratic President. !
Should "Slippery Dick" be success-
ful Oresron will have two Republi- J
cans and one Democrat in the conn- ; past aets mid not by what tileir or
cils of the nation and her vote will J ans profess and promise what thev
be thrown for a Radical for the Chief
Executive office. This should not
be, and we do not believe the people
of this State will allow Mr. La Dow
to be defeated. We should stand
by our colors.
w lVI.se and Sound Opinions
Senator Thurman has written an
excellent letter to Mr. W. II. Arnold
or Ca.liz, Ulno, detending ins course
upon the currency onestion. "I am
not," says the Senator, "an inflation-
ist of irredeemable and depreciated
paper currency. Had 1 been seek
ing temporary popularity or unmer
ited praise, and been willing to sac
rifice mjr integrity ; and self-respect
for such a purpose, I should have
joined the inflationists. -I value as
rnuch as any man ought to do the
good opinion of my fellow-men, but
x win not seeic it iy ways that my
conscience nnd judgment condemn.
The inflation that is about to take
place may stimulate speculation for
a time, and produce an apparent but
counterfeit prosperity; hut unless
history is false, the ultimate result
will be widespread ruin and bank
ruptcy." These are wise and sound
opinions, and the frankness and
courage with which Senator Thur
man utters them an;3 acts upon them
should raise him st il 1 iig:ier in the
admiration of all vjoso esteem has
- English IIorsEKFErixo. A great
amount of labor goe; in an English
house to the duty find disagreeable
task of preparing t-he fires, which
squander so rapidlA our remaining
stock of coal, ill an American
house, where savin if labor has be
come a pressing necTsity the troub
le is minimized bv a simide arrancre-
in-'tit. A single furnace is lighted,!
and the rooms are warmed by hot !
air, which can be admitted orexclud-
ed at pleasure. In England we cling j
to the belief that our own plan,
which means exposure to any num
ber of cold drafts playing about our
bucks as we toast our toes, and al
lows us to pass through all climates
between our kitchens and our gar
rets, is healthier and more comforta
ble. However that may be, it is clear
ly more laborious. A similar prin
ciple might be carried out in almost
every department of domestic life.
A student iu one of the Xew York
colleges was charged by the Faculty
with having a barrel of ale deposted
in bis room, contrary, of course, to
rule. He received a summons to
appear before the president who
"Sir, I am informed that you have
a barrel of ale in vour room."
"What explanation can you make?"
"Why, the fact is, sir, my physi
cian advised me to try a little ale
each day as a tonic, and not wishing
to stop at various places -where this
beverage is retailed, I determined to
have a barrel taken to my room."
"Indeed! And have you derived
any benefit from it?"
Ah! 3-es, sir. When the barrel
was first taken to my room, a few
weeks since, I could scarcely lift it.
Nyw I can carry it with the great
This is what the Stafe Rights D"m
ocrat says of the prospect in IVnton
County: "Tho news from over the
river is indeed cheering. "YYe under
stand that tho 'Independent' spirit
in leuton is gradually giving away
since their State Convention, and
ll .ill. . 1A , , i :.. x -
mat ine ytuiuuao iiic letiiiiuug 10
uce. The county ticket
y the Democratic Con-
veutiou ou tiie 1Mb, is considered a
very strong one ami has materially
assisted in strengthening our party
in old Benton."
Dick Williams is only acting as
the Attorm y of the Custom House
Ring. The bargain was made be
tween him and the King by which
he was to get S2,XX) before he would
allow them to use his name for Con
gress. In case of his election, of
which there is not the remotest possi
bility, the money is to be repaid.
Slippery Dick is smart enough u law
yer to ask a handsome retainer before
undertaking so doubtful a case.
Ono of the Radical 'candidates for
the Legislature from this county has
only been here about two years, and
a portion of his fariily are yet in
Iowa. He is a sort of a preacher
Vrt"r i his rt min,
The Custom House King claims
that they are in favor of the repeal
of the odious "fee bill," and also the
i Powell, are the Radical or custom
- . - ,
House ring candidates for the Senate.
They both were in the last Legisla
ture and they did rote for both these
bills, and every other thieving act.
John F. Caples is the nominee for
the Lower House, and he was a mem
ber in the last Legislature and did
vote for both of these bills. So much
for the members. W. H. Harris is
the Radical nominee for County
Clerk. This is the individual who
paid Sam. Clarke, (the reformer) , $0
j to shuffle the fee bill on the top, and
jit was done. J. M. Cavwood. the
Radical or Custom House candidate
for Sheriff. This fellow lobbied for
the bill during the entire session.
ltrui uieir pro-
fessions for the repeal of these bilh
Let the readers indoe men bv their
Ei;nf.st-f.ss. One great lion in
the way of reformers is that they
neglect to first reform themselves.
A man must practice what he preach
es in order to carry conviction with
his teachings, he inut live up to his
doctrines by acts and words. A man
should not put himself forward for a
pilot and live the life of a eastawav.
! Larnestness and sincerity are the
j greatest and most essential elements
j in-all good and great reformers. A
! man mav have the genius of a Mil
ton, the learning of a Johnson, and
the eloquence of a Pitt, and yet if he
carry not into the hearts of his listen
ers the conviction that he is sincere
in his teachings he might as well
talk to the bare walls.
Coi'ntv .7riuE. Col. "W. L.
White, the) nominee for County
Judge of tliis county on the Demo
cratic ticket, has been a resident of
Oregon over twenty years, is a man
of excellent abilitiesfor the position,
and is at present the incumbent of
that oflice. lie has thus far made a !
most excellent Judge, and discharg- j
ed the duties of his oflice to the en- i
tire satisfaction of the eo)le
the voters of Clackamas elect him to
the position for which he has been
placed in nomination.
Camimiell, the candidate of the
outside llepublicans for Governor,
in his speech at lloseburg, is said to
have read a list of those who have
managed to get their fingers into the
School Fund. It turned out that
nearly every name read was that of a
man who has joined the Independent
organization, and poor Campbell's
j list cost him some twenty or thirty
j votes. If he reads that list when he
j gets to .Salem he will probaldy lose
one of the only two daily papers that
now advocate his election.
Tolmax at Eugene. Tolman de
nied ever having won a dollar ou'n
horse race. But he failed to explaiu
how he John Phu-nixed Eugene
about ten "years ago, when he beat
the "Thompson filly" and didn't
leave "nary a single red cent" in
The same paper also says:
Tolman would make an excellent
presiding officer for a Jockey Ciub i
meetiukO'tit ho would cut a sorry I
figure as Governor of a State. His
bar room slang would bo sadly out
The Democratic Representative
ticket for this county is composed of
men who are all identified with the
welfare and interests of our county
and State. They are worth- men,
all farmers and men of good sound
judgment, just such us should repre
sent the county in the Legislature.
They will discharge their duty faith
fully and honestly. Let every Dem
ocrat see to it that they are elected.
11,.,,- IT.. T1.. . -r
V'"11- . I'Ol-
i'iciluci, in iiauiatiii"; to ins
hearers the sentence, "The harvest
is over, the season is en led nn.l r,.,- i
soul is not saved," nut it: "I)
has been cribbed, tlere ain't
j more work, und tie uebbil is still
j foolin' wid tlis community."
T. . iT; " T '
" '"-1-l". u,llt'"W that lol- j
infill t ha i, hn.i s.. n .1 : V i . r .
" --.uuiuaie ior Liov-
ernor, is unlit for the place and that
Le is the laughin stock of the
o"" oojc-u, oi iue neo-
pie nerever ne lias entered
. i - ..... ... . i
it , , " I
u . .uoieianu. the nominee for !
rMiritf Srhnl i
..v. ..Hjn-uuieunent is a
practical teacher, well qualified for
the. position, and is not like his op
ponent, a pot-house politician.
More IU-jiors. The -report is re
vived that Attorney General Will
iams will succeed Minister Jav at
Vienna, and Mr. Bristow of K v. will
take, the Iaw Department.
Gen. John B. Hood, of the late j
v onieoeraie army , uas now been
married about five j-ears, and is the
father bf seven children, by his wife
Her Fifth Wixtjek.- The model
woman lives in Des Moines. She is
now getting her fifth Winter out of
the rnnto bonnet.
Another one of Thein.
Dolph, proxy of the Custom House
and State Senator from Multnomah,
whose speech has been printed, (no
doubt with Custom House corruption
funds,) and circulated through tht
State is a sweet-scented thing" to
preach corruption. This fellow, aa
attorney, who ought to have known
that the present fee bill is nothing
but a robbery, voted for the act, and
also for the increase of the salary
bill. These Radical bushwhackers
are of the kind that befoul their own
nests. That fee bill has taken more
money out of the tax-payers in this
State during the past two years than
the entire cost of the State Adminis
tration, excepting the penitentiary
1 1 .1 1 FT T T
ana uie asymm expenses. ine Jeg
islature created the expenses, and
their cheek to hold the Governor re
sponsible for their acts is certainly
Chf.eky. The Radicals are charg
ing the Democracy with all the in
famous legislation passed by the last
Legislature. The hypocrisy of this
charge is appatant when the reader
knows that in the Lower House the
Radicals had 15 majority and thus
passed all 'the thieving acts the peo
ple complaiu of.
The following platform of principles
j was adopted by tho Democratic State
Convention at Albany last Wednesday :
I 1. We declare our unfaltering ilevo-
tioii to the Constitution of the "United
j States and to the Union of the Slates
thereby established, ;;nd weatlirni that
the people of the several States have
the sole and exclusive rihL of govern-
i nig themselves as tree, sovereign and
! independent States, subject only to the
j limitation of the Constitution, and that
I all powers not herein expressly grant
! eil to the National Government, are
! reserved to the States respectively, and
I we denv Ine right ot toe l eileral (ov- j
! eminent, through the treaty power, to j
j permanently domicile M oiigolians with j
1 111 any State wiuioia ine concern oi mc
i -i. We affirm that the greatest danger
with which we are now threatened, l
i the corruption and extravagance which
exist in high oiticial places, and we do
: deelare as tn
ic cardinal jiriucijdi; of our
future political actum
meiit, economy and re ion n are imper
' itivclv demanded in all the irovern-
mcnts of the people. Federal as well as j
State an I Municipal, and we hereby
, proclaim ourselves the uncoinproiiiis-
iny; Iocs of the salary-irrah law line; !
; politicians and laud monopolists, who-
ever they may be and wherever they
: may be found, whether they are in or
I out Of oil;ce. and we appeal to honest
' men everywhere, without reran! to i
I past p;uty alnluitions, to join us in
j branding "as they de.servethe.se corrupt
i leeches on the body politic and assit
us to p'.trti'e oilieial stat ions of their un
wholesome and baneful presence.
The present Fed -nil Administra
tion, bv its utter inability to eoinpre-
i bend the dijruity or responsibilities of
1 the duties with 'which it is charged, by
! its devotion to personal and partisan
interests, by us weak mi l inconsistent
management of the National finances,
by its unwarrantable interference witli
the local self-Li'ovcrii meut of the people
by its support of the corrupt govern
nie'nt.s which it has imposed bv its pow
er upon several Slates of the I'nioli. bv .
its complicity with corrupt practices
and scandals' in various 1 1 1'lart'-rs. and
y lbs appointment of notoriously in-
comneier.l men to nrii omcnii pos:- '
tioii. h:t jiTtly i'l'i'U-c'iL u;on itst
condemnation of t!c American 1
if ! lie ;
. That tii- persistent interference i
by Federal ollicials in local elections, .
and the use of larue sums of money to i
defeat I he voice of tiie people through j
the ballot-box, deserves and receives i
our .severest condemnation.
.". That rpo rat ions are the ereat : ns
of law, their franchise and privileges 1
are granted to subserve the public in- j
tercsts. and when these are used, not to
subserve the object 'of their creation, j
but for purposes of oppression and ex- j
toition. we declare it to be the i iulit
and duty of t he legislature to control i
sue!; eorporat ns.
. That we favor speedy retrirn to !
specie payments, just and equal taxa- I
tioii for support of Federal and State '
goveriMii-'iits, and that we are op- i
posed to all discrimination in the as- .
sessmeiits of Federal revenue for the ;
purposes of protection.
7. That the free navigation and ini- :
provoment of the Columbia river, the !
construction of a breakwater at Fort 1
Orford, the improvement of the 'o- '
quille and Willamette rivers, and the '
construction of tin Portland, J'allcstv" !
Salt Lake It lilroad, are improvements !
demanded by the commercial inle- i
rests of this 'State, and that the Fede- !
ral ( ioverument ought by all proper!
j means to assist tueso measures: tnat !
i we are in favor of the bill now before !
' Congress, trenerallv knows as the j
j Poriland, Dalles and Salt Fake Rail- !
road bill, and wo also favor theearlv I
completion of tin
regon and Cali
the southern boun-
larv of tie' Stab
S. That we disapprove all measures j
I in the interests of capitalists and mo
I nopolies against labor, believing that
I distinctions, if distinctions be made.
should lie m tavor-.ot the laboring!
class who constitute the mass of our !
citizens, the producers of the wealth j
and prosperity oi our country. We i
therefore approve of the declared prin-
cinles, and synipatiii.e with the avow- i
ed object of the organization known as j
the Patrons of Husbandry, and with I
those, of all other orders having for
tiieir object retrenchment and reform
in public alVairs. and the social ad- j
vancemciit of the people: that we are j
opposed to a monopoly in the onblic-i- j
tioii and sale of books used in the com-
ninii schools of this State, and we are !
in favor of amending the existing laws
ih relation to such, so as to take away
from the publishers of the Pacific
Coast series of readers and spellers the
special i.riviUveM iu relation
which t!ie- now eniov
ft. 'I h it weare iii favor tree trade
and direct taxation.
10. That the act relating tb the tees
ot .sherilis and clerks oiiLrht to be so
" amended either by making such odi
1 ! ees salaried, or by redueir.pr t!:e fees
itlached to the same, as shall
the compensation received by
such .illicers a fair remuneration and
nothintr more for the services required
! of them. Tliat the" Constitution be so
! amended that all iiriiitiiijr for the State
after tli expiration of tiie term of the
State Printer in office, when such
amendment is passed, shall be provi
de! f ir bv letting the same to the low
est responsible bidder. That we are in
favor of the repeal of the Litigant Act.
11. Tint the onlv legitimate object
of irovernmetit is the protection of its
citizcnsm tiieir lives, liberty and prop
ertv, a: id tiie pursuit of happiness;
that to accomplish this end direct
means only should bo resorted to ; that
the i;ood resulting from a departure
from this rule is temporary, the evil
lasting. We are, therefore, opposed to
the State engaging in the purchase,
leasing or speculating in property of
any kind, except such only a-s is nec
essary for conducting' the ordinary
functions of the Government.
11. That we favor the immediate con
struction of a good and serviceable
wagon road along the south bank of
river, from the mouth ot
.Sandv river to the lalles.
fi. That the compensation of all of
ficers shoul 1 be only such a will be a
just remuneration for their services.
11. That we are in favor of Comrres-
sinal aid for tiie construction of the
Portland. lVilles and Salt Lake Kail
road, and for continuing the Oregon
Central Railroad froru St. Joseph to i
Junction r'itv. - I
-9 COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY T
i TIXTVRP.TTY m? riTTrnmT. I
OHAS. EL CTXFIJilLI),
. CORKER OF SEVENTH AND
, Has Just Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laees and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Ac
Alo, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
Which have bee selected with special cure for thin market and runnot
, BESIRPASSED IX QUALITY OR PRICE.
THIi HIGHEST MAHKiyr PKICH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13, 1873 :tf
No bi-tter evidence of the effi
ciency of Dr. J. S. Coleman's
Compound Extract of Eucalypt us
can be desired, than the lolloping
su m niary of cases, treated 'with
this remedy alone, by that emi
nent physician. Dr. David W'oos-
ter.in the U. S. Marine Hospital, isan Fran
cisco, reported in the August Mo. (IST'J) Pa-
eitic .Med. Jour. uoL-utex uur- itnr-
hills and Fever
liitlamation ot Kidneys
Incontinence of Urine...
Intlauiatiou of Hladder
Disease of the Heart
T;0 Kor sale
KOV IS THE TIME TO
&2 ;jO PKI
PA YAP LE. IN ADVANCE.
Kach number contains the
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
From all Parts of the World ;
A Carefully Selected Summary of
STATE AM) TERRITORIAL
A Com-ctid IJKt of the Murkrl in !
Porlliind, S;m Franeisro andOrrun City;
LOCAL MVS, EDITORIALS,
On all Subjects of Interest to the
FARMER, MERCIIAM OR MECHAMf.
Also, Carefully Selected
m i s c r: i J. . v m :o us it i a i ) i c ; .
In Short, It is in J-Jvery Kcspoct a
Having1 a large and constantly increasing
Circulation in the most populous part of
the State, offers superior inducements to
those who wish to Advertise.
Advertisements Inserted on
Tho Campaign of 1ST! will soon begin,
and it is therefore a good time to .Subscribe
in order that you may be posted on currant
events. Hend in yoursubscriptlon at once
JfA YB ESTABLISHED M-k
n cnrTiiwv .,:
H r H U I U 11 I
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
A"I JIOl'LDIXGS OF ALL SIZES.
They will also. do. Turning of every de
scrlptiou to order
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH I
R"A1' work warranted. Shop on the
Itiver, in Lewis Stoop Opposite Oifiron
MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY
Completely corroborative of the
sUP5 siimmury or Dr. ooster, are the
vvei-K reports of tho exeeriments with
ilSc Kuenlyi tus by Dr. txjrrimer.of ISer-
jj4 mi, Frussia, and Dr. KeelT, hii
Physician of the Austrian Hallway
Co., published in the American
Medical Journal, July, 1S72.
It will Ih? found very efficacious in obsti
nate eases of Dyspepsia,' I'.ronchitis, Hack
ing Cough, Chronic Sore Throat, Lcueor
rhea, etc., and in nausea during pregnan
cy. Dr. Coleman' Double Kxtraet f
KuealyptvM is a social preparation fr
t tie t reatmnt or lvr and Aiiiruc, and
is tVurrniitcii tt t'ttr' evry eas treated
according to directions, wit liout the injur
ious results of the usual (juinine and nr-
senicai r -nvili.s for that disease. Also
pur-Huld Extract of Eucalyptus, Inoni'
ixMind bottles, iir ehvsieians' use. liewari'
of imitations andtalc- none but Coleman's.
everywhere, and by Charles L-uigley A Co.
Agents San Francisco,
M K Ii C 11 A -V 1) I S li .
TRICES KEDUCED TO SJ. IT THE TI.1IES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
,rriT m-x'KivKo a imuik
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
which they ofTer
CIIF.ArKU TIIAX TIIE CHKA1'KT!
We would say come and convince your
self before purchasingelsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Stapli
liry (loods. Clothing,
Hats, Hoots and Shoes,
Ladies nnd Gents
i e 8, Hard
ware, and a great many other articles too nuincr
ours to mention ; also,
' Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
A Jj S O
Wool "War ii tod
For which we pay the Highest Prices,
S. ACKEHMAN & CO,
Oregon City, Octob?r3I. H73-tf, '
NEW YORK HOTEL
j No. 1? IYont. Str"e. Opposite tlie Mail
j POHTL.VXD, OREGON.
1 1LR0TRF0S, J. J. WILKEXS, Praprit-tors.
j n&ard "? Week x n
, Hoard t .-ek with Lrxlging .. 6 0
j Board " Day v....... i o
y. H. IIIGHFIELD.
E(alUsieI Hlnce '49, at the old stand.
)l;iin .Street, Orp-rou City, Oregon.
tf7 An assortment of Wathes, .Tewl-C-Pa
rT,,and Thomaif Weight Clocks
fL'. . al 1 of which are warranted to be as
w'w111015 m short notice, and
MBR CIIA N D I SE.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the liighest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
1 will sell as low as any house in Oregon for
C.jfill OH ITS EQ VI VA LE.XT
n Good Merchntable Producr.J
I nm selling very low for
jijGive me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City. March 21, 1S73.
ENTERPRISE BOOK 8c JOB
OTiEGOX CITY, : OUKdON.
WE AUK PUKPAUED TO EXECUTE
t all kinds of
L K TTEli-HEA D S,
in fact all kinds of work done a in Printing
A E Ii Iv I N I S O P
constnntlyon hand, nnd for ttulo at as low
a price aa can be had in the .Sts,te,
A N D
Oiian CUy. March 21. lS73-tf.
Arout lr0 pounds of lonp; prim
er, of which this is an impression.
ILis heen u uso but a short time, ;
.?ooa work. Price 25 cents p Ih, '
either tied up or in cases cases
A 8ina.ll font of Nonperiel of which this is an
impression. Price 35 cent n. As good as new.
There is enough to set about one column of this
r-arr sclirl. Ad'trpssttin efiw.
, WAGON AMD CARRIAGE
32 A K IT FACTOllY !
X having increased thedi- ryJ? P
mensions oi nis premises, at
the old stand on the
Corner or Main and Third Strt,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing las old r
trons, and as many new ones as maybe
pleased to call, that he is now i.npuVf a
with ample room, jood matt-riiils, ai.u'h.'
very best of mrclianics, to tuihi hiu-w r--coiistruot,
make, paint, iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle irom a
common Cart to u Concord Coach. Jry
BIn-kmit hinr. Horse or Ox KJioIii o-
and General Jobbing ncatlv, rjuicklv anil
cheaply done. JjAVJL fciii'j H.
LOREGON CITY ERLWERV. .
avixg rrnriiAS- jlfuti'-'J
ett tne aoovc I.rew- S!S
ery wishes to iniorm the j i.Luc that is
now prepared to manul.ictur a No. 1 qual
ity of .
1 LAG Jill BE Ell,
as good as can be obtained anvwhero in
the state. Onl. rs solicited and' irmitlv
A. G. WALLEKG'S
PIONEER ECOK BEKEftRY.
Pittorh's liiiildinjj Corner of Stark Q
a lid t'rimt Streets.
- - CRECCKJ,
BT-ANK Ponies HL'I.Kl) AND rOUND
to any k sir d pattern. i use books,
jugazim-s, New sj.r crs. rtc, t nii,d in ev
ery variety of style known to I he trrade.
Orders irom the untry roiuptlv ut
tendedto. THE PARKER GUN.
5END STAMP FOR CinCULAR
"ACE. MS Mitt HIE EMLLFMSE.
The following j cr.-ons are Authorized to.
act as agi uts Ior the l-.Mi liPi'.i&K :
Geo. P. liowr 11 ,t Co., 4U I'ark How, New
C''-, V-thcrill-& Co., U07 Chestr.iit street
Ai-Ix lt fc Co., No. b2 and M Njisss;u street,.
Port lami.On ;;()'. I . ?a m i:el
!S:in l'r:i ncisco
St.IIcl. ns. rohiinl ;a cf.in.t;
Astiri:, Cl:it-p (lii.t
ll.-irrist in;. -
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... .1.1 .l- ri.aon
....1 :i t 1 ioi lin s
P. 1 cty
.... K. 1 1 an i-a
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Oalh.s, Polk coi.n! v.....
l':ii;y:ii e y, . ; i.t
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I.jKJraiHi', l iiioii coui.ty....
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.V. . H. I r.yvll
...A. . Arnold
..... A. . ( th -
Penc.lc ton. I me.lii'a coui.iy.
... t-. '. Kcr.i
EnuoiH- Oity ..
Pcavi r Creel-
Outl in;:"? v
Easrle Cr- k
I .'iiver M ol:i 1 !:
Mi lv :u:ki..
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( I-'. 1 . 1 r:l s
Ii-:i. ! . V. I aiie
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t .1. P. 1 a Uton
ll. r . I-'. I: Poiu'ray
11. C. H u.st oil
i '. I-'. Pcflti"
1 ra ti k Kn.vl it
Capt. (". Norton
V. '. re-aiui
....Jo;hi! Ilari iil - rgr-
John 1 ole
V. H. Vmiyliar, -
BEST TDHiO ill 05E.
These Hitters Io not only dis
fiiifitish tiemsefres Ii tltei r jia
vor ami monadic odor above all
others teiierally used, but are at
the same time an ereelleut tonic
(uhI an ejtfcacioiis stimulant to
CJrvitc the. appetite. . Then are
prepared from the most, choice
and u-holcsome herbs and roots,
mid have fiven .universal satis
faction wherever tried. Thous
ands of dtspeptics have found
relief throurh their use, and
physicians recommend them for
the cure of all diseases of
the Blood and Liver, ami
tr regularities of the digestive
Headache, Eiliousncss, and Constir-'
tion, General Debility and loss of appetite,
are all caused by (he derangement of tho
Stomach, Eiver and other functionaries ot
the system. Tho IXL Bitters have been
successfully nscd and arc warranted to
Alleviate tho sufferer In all tho above cases..
in srl.txs; ioxrll othrr than the
'jenninn article out of our bottles it felo"l
7iul tec will u hen d tevtxl, prosecute sucfk
ixirties to the full erlcnt of the late:
Read Physician's Certificate on
Every family should have than in the house.
J"o. 5JS Front St., San Ernneisco, Cat.
Wo are also the maniifacl tirera
Of Jill. IIEALEY'S IlKt;l"L.ATOK.
a purgative mlltl nnd eflrclttef a
purely vegetable tampoioid) and. In
everv wy mipertor pills. Ao
Astnta Tori lie celebrated brud
of LONDON HOVAL PAJL.M GIN. a
specific for (he ULADDEUand KID
fiHE ROOM FORMERLY OCCUPIFT'
X astheCouneil Chamber, In Dr. T hes
ing's brick buildi nr. Apnlr atthis p?'"'