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SATURDAY 'SEPTEMBER 4,
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Number Fiftv-two. -This number
closes Yolunio One of the Register.
As we have before stated, having tried
the credit -.system thoroughly in the
newspaper business and being satisfied
that it docs not " pan " sufficiently to
keep a "live paper" in running order,
we have adop'ed the cash system that
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vance ana shall rigidly adhere to iL
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wny me printer snouia not be paia in
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in each case. Many reasons might be
advanced why the cash system is the
best for bothparties. but our readers
celng well-informed, reasonable men and
women,-we refrain from a long infliction
of this sort upon them. We conclude
by inviting those who have perused tho
- readers under the pre-paymeut system,
promising to make the Register use
ful and interesting to them, and to look
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crally. to the best of our ability.- The
"best in the shop" 'shall always be yours.
We should like to commence the year in
an enlarged form, with new type, etc.,
and if subscribers come forward liber
ally, we will.
Ciacus. Wilson's Great World Cir
cus and exhibition of performing lions,
as will be 6een by the advertisement in
this morning's issue, will give an exhi
bitioa in this city on Friday, September
17th. This is one of the best shows
that has ever been afforded the people of
Oregon. Some of the best performers
that eve? went into the ring accompany
it; the favorite jester. Harry Jackson,
does up the wit in his inimitable style ;
Mons. Jambeft, the Hon conqueror, in
his daring feats with the four immense
African lions ; the trick ponies ; the
ridings tumbling, etc., altogether go to
Snake up the most complete and fascin
ating entertainment ever offered to our
jeupre. - luu t iu.ii iu ue mere.
Santiam Academy. We call special
attention to the card of this institution of
learniug which appears iu our columns
tllfa Irtntr 3 n T - If. -iz eifrtntr.l in ln
suburbs of the beautiful little .village of
Jjebauon; and added to the inducements
of the healthy locality, moral surround
ings, aulctaeulty, cheapness or living,
. . ... .r
etc. tae tuition 13 lower man at any
other school of high grade in the State
of Oregon. For further information ad
dress lleV.W. IX Nichols, Lebanon,
.. , . . .
Life Insurance. -Scveral of the
lea.linT rltiznns nf this nlfv Tirnwnavtlln
... a - 4 . jj --- --- j
and throughout the county, .We' notice,
uaio ibvtu J . tiiuiciica UL bill;
libiberal rates of insurance offered-sy the
New England Life Insurance Company
of Boston. This i one of the oldest and
safest companies doing a life insurance
business ib the United States, and as all
well-informed people agree in the bene
fits accruing from such investments, we
call attention to the advertisement of the
above Company" in this paper, assuring
those who , invest- in one .01 its policies
-Hint, thov will inan nAthinr h v thfl nnpm.
4ion, as all policies are nonforfeitable.
Jlessrs Jlussell & KIkins are the agents
doing business for this Company in this
citJ- -- - - '. 1 -"
.- FituiT. A subscriber of the Regis
ter, living near Peoria, brought into our
office the other day specimens of the
fs&rtlett Pear, - giwn in " his orchard,
which, for size and flavor, cannot -be ez
xiciiei anywhere, lie also presented us
with five or six varieties of apples, but
for the life of as we ean't now tell which
fras the best, as they were all good. -
A Good Supply.-
, . OF ' .
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods !
SELECTED WITrl CARE IS THE -
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
J17ST RECEIVRD, AND OFFERED AT THE
Lowest Cash Kates.
On First street, first door west of John Connor's
brick, and opposite R. C. Hill A Son i
- ..... .i drug store, .
Mny 15, 1869 3(5
STOVE DEPOT !
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & BOX,
of tbp best patterns t
Tin, Sheet Iron and
Copper Ware 2
and the uaual assortment of FurnUhing Goods tu
-be obtained iu a
Four of our citi
zens, who had been out-about Che Soda
Springs, on a hunt, returned the first of
the week, bringing with them thirty
three deer. , They were goon five days.
They aay deor are to be found in abun
dance out there. '
Large Cabbage. We are indebted
to Mr. Win. M. Powers, living near this
city, for a massive cabbage. It was a
solid, compact vegetable; weighing over
nineteen pounds, and the largest we have
een this season. .
Paragraphs. A team belonging to
C. T. Ingram ran away oo Tuesday. In
front of K. Che&dle'a Btore, on Front
street, they collided with another team,
upsetting the wagon to which the latter
were attached,. doing it more or less in
jury. The runaways were there caught.
Wednesday, the Success arrived at our
wharf, unexpectedly, bringing a small
quantity of freight. The heavy rainfall
of the forepart of the week increased the
volume of water in the Willamette suffi
ciently to enable her .to reach this point
with uo serious inconvenience.
The splendid bills of the great circus
advertised to perform here on the 17th,
attract universal attention and cause much
comment. They are got up in good shape.
Scaffolding is erected on north side of
the Court House, to enable the painters
to give the bunding a new coat of paint.
As several of our lawyers go to Salem
to be iu attendance on Supreme Court,
which convenes on Monday next, a quiet
time is looked for hereabouts. '
".-Tho,--' Morgan-,' Guardian," vs. iKees
Administrator, a chancery suit involv
ing ?o,OUJ which has been employing
the t mie ofR. A. Strahn, referee, and
several of the legal fraternity for seven or
eight weeks past, was argued and sub
mitted on the 27th ult.
Gen. 'Lish Applcgate passed through
this city' on Wednesday, going towards
Portland. 'Lish didn't have his stove
pipe on. Sutbin's wrong.
On Tuesday night, it has been stated
to us, two inches of water were prccipi-
tated from the clouds on to' the thirsty
earth. The gentleman had a lengthy
guago. However, it rained "slugins'
for a short time.
The. late storms compelled the majority
of our pleasure seekers in the mountains
to return to their homes, generally much
benefitted by fheir short recreation.
Mrs. J. F. Uackensto, who has been
dangerously ill for some days past, is at
present, we are happy to state, in a fair
way to recovery.
We are pleased to announce improve
ment in the health of Mr. Purdom. With
care it is thought amputation of the hand
will not be necessary.
The continued rains of the week have
had one good effect they 1iave made the
Willamette boatable to this point. Ou
the other hand we fear they have played
Uu W1-u alliums giuiu. it uat me rieJ .nd T can therefore recommend them. I
damage will be we are unable as vet to 1 m cggl Sacnunento steamer ChrysopnlU,
. . J i C. A. COLBY.
.Next to MeXICO, the lar"CSt. liveliest I I am engineer on tho San Joso Railroad ; I
prohheest fleas are tO.be felt, but Watches fo.r alx.nt one year, and I can safely say
not cauirht. in -well, sav anvwhera but I u tho be,t watch f"J. lim?'Ah J 'avee-er
w , , w ;
here. - .
We observed Wm. Lair Hill, Esq., of
Portland, on our streets , on Thursday.
Ho was looking in admirable trim.
Linn County Fair commences on Teus-
day, the 28th of the preseut month, and
will continue four days. The officers are
using every exertion to make it a com
Messrs. Belden and Frazer passed
through this city cn route to Eugene on
Thursdav. . -
RATES OF TOLL
Willamette i Valley and Cascade
Mountain Wagon Roads :
To Deschttttes River. S
Fonr Horse or Mule teanV......v....,....v..'..-,.$4 50
Two ' . " .... .-.-,.' .V.V....W.V, 3 0(1
Ono ' " ....vwv. 2 00
Ox. teams, three yoke .-.-.-....v,.. 4 50
- For erery additional yoke .w 60
Loose horses, per head t v.- i ; 25
" cattle, pur head 15
" sheep or hogs...;. ! 3
Teams returning emplT. half price.
JJSEr IlKutira nettly mid prmiijitf' ejer-uted, T5
S4T oh reimi'titil'le term. " TgT
"Short reckonings, make long friends."
Front street Albany.
"ext door to JTansfichl & Co.
A New Gold Metal.
Gold metal Watches !
: SOW BEtXG ISTnODCCED ir -
C. E. COLLINS & CO.,
629 Washington street, San FranUco,
Surpass anything yet made in tho way of an im
itation Gold Watch. Tbcy wear well and keep
good time. ; . i
The Ladies Watches cost $10 and $15 each;
tbe ttenuemens costla ana S-.U each.
Chains, from $3 to $S each.
Sa KRAsnsco, May 12, 1&59.
This is to certify that I hare carried one of the
small size troM Metal V atclies which I got of C.
K. Collins fc Co.. and I find that it runs as well.
and keeps as good time as anv watch I ever ear-
can therefore recommend them
Engineer on the San Jose Railroad. .
Toaxo. May 20,"l869.
.lcr. G. E. Cuttlu t- Ou. I wish to know
on what terms yon will send five or six watches
to one address. Several of tbe men in this ma
chine shop are highly delighted at tbe watch I
got of you ; 1 am very much pleased with it : it
gives satisfaction. Hoping to hear from ; yon
soon, 1 remain yours, It. B. l'ATTOX, .
j i Clerk, Xoauo, C. P. 11. K.
For List of Prices and description of Goods,
send directly to ns. Can be sent by express, to
be paid for on delivery. -
C. K. COLLINS A CO.,
- 629 Washington street, San Francisco.
P. S. Where six Watches of- the above re
M r -,, ii tt ' it J 1 oruereu u wis nun, we win nena one extra, iree
r. L. Cheadle, from Umatilla, called of aU w also deal in the finest Gold
will take charge of I n Silver Watches, watchmaker's and jeweler's
O t twl U u nl rti 1 for! jlo at tha A-n hinrnsf nnaaihla
l 1 J t c. l:. I ' 1'"-"""
i lie uicrvauiuu anu uiuer iiiiereaia oi uis I rates.
brother. Mr. R. Cheadle: in this citv,
. T , . , . , The new Gold Metal Watches now being intro-
Mr. L. Cheadle has been engaged in bus- ducod bv e. E. Collins A Co.. of Run Fnmn.
ineSS in Umatilla City for a number of i seem to be just the thing for those desiring a
years, and has the reputation oi a correct,
reliable business gentleman.
Personal. -Frank Coleman, Esq.,
an old typo, called on us Thursday. He
gives flattering accounts 'of the prosper
ity of Eugene City, his present home,!
and says he has about all the money he
wants. It gives us pleasure to chronicle I
eheap and at the same time good-looking time
keeper. One of the young lady compositors in
our office has one of the cheapest kind advertised
$8 which runs well, keeps good time, looks
well, and seems to fulfill all the requirements ot a
high-priced watch. The chain sent with this
watch is of exquisite design and high finish.! See
their advertisement in another column. Alpine
Jiuer. . - ! ..
Watches. We have received one of the new
Gold Metal Watches from C. E. Collins A Co., of
Jsan francisco. It is neatly finished, hunting
ease, keeps good time and is, without doubt, the
best watch for tbe price that can be purchased in
Pat-k animals, loaded.-
" ' unloaded........... .
H.orso and rider................
Four bor.e or mute team, each way
Two " " " ...
One " " ...
Pack animals, loaded..
" " unloaded. ........
Horse and rider.......
Ox team, three yoke
To Upper Soda Spring :
Four horse or mule team, out and back.
Two ' " ! '
Ono '. ; "
Horse and rider, ,v "
Loose animals, -
Ox teams the same as horstf teams. .
. A. HACKLE.MAN,
W. W. PARiusn, - Pres.
: - r, ----- Sue.
March 20, LSC9-2S
l - AXD THE '
CORVALLIS FIRE !
ConvALiis, Oregon, July 23, 18C9.
To Ilr.nnp.RT Bird, Esq.,
- Adjuster Phoenix Ins. Co., Hartford :
7r St'r : Allow mo to acknowledge the
receipt, in V S. Gold, Com, of the amount of
my loss by tho fire of the 2lst instant.
Tbe payment of a claim on the second day. after
the fire, is proof that the confidence placed by
tlie people of Oregon in tho business-like prompt
ness and good faith of tho Phoenix Insurance
Company of Hartford, and its representatives, is
well merited ; and I take this opportunity of as
suring you of my goad will towards the Company,
and wishing them the same success in the future
that has, so far, attended their business in this
Corvallis Gnxotte, July 2-t. 1869-47
CONF L AGK ATIONS
Are o4 JDaily Occurrence !
IS THR'ONLV SAFEGUARD.
It. II. TOACilLL, JUanascr,
Cash Ancti, $1,519,338 08.
Amount' Disbursed for Fire IVosscs,
FIVE MiLUOII DOLLARS.
t ... .. ' r I " i -
Sterling Indemnity Eqtiitala AHljuntmcnts
..... . . . .JJodcriito Kates.- ,-
Policies issued and renewed liy .
VI. V. KCSSELL, ltesidcnt Agent,
Albany, Oregon. -June
GEO. F. SETTLEMIER
I R U 3r O I ST.
, (Successor to D.-W. Wakefield,)
Parrisn's New Buildine;, Plrst Street,
'Bruss and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pare and of the best
- Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Albany,. Oct. 17, lSC8-6tf
E. F. RUSSELL,
ATTORSET AT LAW,
RUSSELL & ELKINS,
(OflSco in Parrish & Co.'s block. First street,)
v Albany, ' 0x07011.
HAVING TAKEN INTO CO-PARTNERSHIP
Jambs Elkiss, Esq., ex-Clerk of
Linn connty, we are enabled to add to our nrac-
tice of Law and Collections, superior facilities for
Conveyancing, Examining; Records,
and attending to Probata business.
Deeds, Bonds, Contracts and Mortgages care,
fully drawn. 1
Homestead and Pre-emption Papers
made, and claims secured. :
Sales of Real Estate negotiated, and loAnn
effected on collateral securities on reasonable
rates. .. ,
All business entrusted to them faithfullv and
truuipuy eaecuiea. -
RUSSELL & ELKINS.
Albany, Oct. 10, '68-5y
; To HAND A ne.W paper, issued by San Francisco. 2a Porta Union,
Mr. Upton, at Corvallis, entitled the
Mercunt, reached Us last Saturday. It
is published in the Interests of the De
mocracy, j i
W esters star is tne title 01 a
weekly just issued at Steilacoom Wash
ington Territory, by J. I. Allison. Jo.
What Next? -Cheaper than silver lookinjr
and weafinir lika gold -neither plated or ealran-
ized are the new Gold Metal Watches we saw
last week at onr friend Collins'. If we had not a
gold watch which we have to pay. each year $2
to "Uncle Sana" for the privilege ef wear in ir t
certainly would have a Gold. Metal Watch.
Spectator. I y45tf.
is an oiu nana at. tuo venuws, uaviog 1 - . m. uiutvi ,
been connected with the Advertiser, pub- - ' '
J I M. O O 7 ' ' SI m wi.WHMa., VV.
5S- Country order punctually attended to.
First street, next door to Twccdale & Co.'s.
May 8, 1869-35tf
lished in Portland some years ago.
v-.- iil.i--. cfj
uucaiiy tne otur is ucuiwisuv.
News Budget. The " Portland Let
ter Sheet and Oregon News Budget' a
neatly printed weekly, afforded at $3 per
annum, devoted to the interests of Ore
goo and the Pacific coast, is full of original-and
well selected reading matter,
and as a promoter of the interests" of """ wmaout sneing.
Portland should meet with large success. Real Instate Ibr Sale !
- - - - - I
Almanacfor 1870.-Ilead tho no- nnHOSE who desire to TimannRv. a
tice of McCormick a Almanac among the -sl xooa bathed and Plastered
T L.w n . Be welling; Mouse,
,,.! jtvj. two stories in hiirht V?tKn
taohed, with private barn, well situatdd ? in Mta
city 01 AlDany,,will do well to call, without dclau.
on KUSSELL A. ELTfTNW.
Albaay, Oct. 17, '6S-C . Real Estato Agts.
- JT. QUINT THORNTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WILL practice in the superior and Inferior
courts of Marion, Linn, Lane, Benton and
Polk counties. . -
Five per cent, charged on collections when
A nrocessioa of 2,000 222 men) tail
ors recently paraded the streets of New
York, on a "strike.
HOUSE AMD FOUR LOTS !
TN this city, a good new dwelling wita 11 tie
JL necessary outbuildings, and four lots, about
iwenty minutes walk from the steamboat landing.
' For particulars inquire at the office of the P.
T. Company, of J. B. MONTEITII.
. Albany, January 30, 1869 -
THE EYES ! THJg EARS !
- Or. X. JL. CJOL.OEIV,
OCCUST AND AUXUST,
ALBANY, Tt s : OREGON,
TR. GOLDEN IS A SON OF THfi
I 1 iJ noted old Opthalmic Doctor, S. C.
Dr. GOLDEN has had" experience in treating
the variorts diseases tP which the eye and ear are
subject, and feels confident of giving entire satis
faction to those who may place themselves under
Albany, April 10, t869-3jy
srxi noon to vxvck naraas' biLliabo saloon,
fTtHIS estaUishment bas been thoroughly re
JL furnished, and is now 'ready to receive
boarders. - '
Board per week, s ; . $5 00
- Single meals, : : : -' 60
Lodgings, ' - : : : : 50 ,
E. C. 1I0LDEN, Propr.
fJlESTIFY to the wonderful cures of
Xx. J. Murray's
Balsam for the Liver and Blood, Nature's own
remedy. Ono of the celebrated physicians of
Portland says he is enred of the Lung and Liver
complaint, and says he owes his life to
Dr. Murray's Lung and I4ver Balsam.
Read what he says t ' .
Poim.AST, May 21.1S69.
' I have tried Dr. J. W. Murray's Lung and
Liver Balaam. I used it in my family with the
best of success. I was sick for some months and
used every remedy. I called in several physi
cians, but they did me no good. I exhausted
every remedy known to the medical profession,
and received no benefit. This Lung and Liver
Balsam cured me, and I do not hesitate to recom
mend it to the publio as a good and safe remedy
to the public and my friends. It is good, and
those who know me, as many do in this State, as
I have lived in many parts of it, know . that I
would not recommend them to use a thing tbat
had no merit, because I am opposed to quack
remedies. Or. W. BROWN, M. D.
- i General Agents: -
SMITH A DAVIS, Portland, Oregon.
HODGE A CALEF,'
June 5, '6U-39tf
Farmers Can Ride and Plow,
BV SECfRIXG OSE OF THB :
Manufactured and sold for tho very low price of
tOfc3 tncL J$7'3.
THE simplicity and practicability of this new
Plow commends it favorably to the special
notice of every farmer. It possesses a decided
superiority over all other plows now-in use. The
wheels are four feet in diameter, and run on he
unplowed land. Its entire construction is in no
way complicated. Tbe plow is managed in every
manner with ease, and requires only two levers
to be used in making any alteration. The supe
riority of the ,4Oay" Plow will be clearly shown
by tbe following certificate :
We, the undersigned, citizens of Linn county,
Oregon, having purchased and used upon our
farms the "Uay" Plow, hereby certify that the
samo has given us entire satisfaction. -Its facility
for adjusting to suit the depth of furrow without
moving from tbe seat, is simple and easy. We
like the plow for its draught, because the same is
brought to bear directly upon the plow-beam in
stead of the carriage ; also, because it is strong
and durable, all except the wood-work- being eon'
structed of wroueht iron no castings are tfsed.
The wheels runnin? unon tho solid land is an ad
vantage over other gang-plows, in strikmg off
land and in plowing, not having to mafce tne nec
essary changes in the machinery, and the scat is
always level, not throwing tne driver forward or
sideways as in other plows. Better ' work and
more of it can be accomplished by the use of thris
Plow than by band. -
We tako pleasure in recommending the 6ay"
Pi-ow to our brother farmers, as one naving no
superior in Oregon. ,
A. S. LOONEY, . E. W. PIKE,
W. II. QOLTTREE. H. DAVIDSON.
May 20th, 1869.
The "Qay" Plow is manufactured by H.
Goulding, Portland Machine Shop. -
AH orders will be promptly attended to iy aa-
J. MT jiAS .
Albany Agents ; . , .
J. BARROWS A CO.,' Agents'
... for Linn A Benton1 counties.
JOHN. BRIGGS, Agent
for Linn A Benton counties
May 22, 69-S7 v '
. MRS. DUNN IV AY,
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING HER
numerous patrons that she baa on hand, and
is in regular receipt ot tne , -
Xatest and Choicest Stylo of Good
19 THB ' ; ' ' '.
Mminery XaXxxe t
REittEBKIt, LADIES !
.v. -'If you purchase .-r
TEN SOZ&ASS'- WORTH '
of Fall Millinery you will bo entitled to the
for tbe year 1869, as a premium en the purchase
Pre and Cloak WaVing
in all branches.
Bleaching aad Pressing'
in the latest and best manner.
Goods Cheap and Patience Inezhanatihlo
Corner Main and Broad Albin streets,:
: ALBANY, OREGON. " "
November 7, 1S6S-9 ' . -
J Oil tho King of Pain.
, DUILDEnS) ATTEHTIOn I
SASII, HUM) AM) HOOK
F A C TO R Y I
s. if. aii.tik)ce; it. WRicnfvi , j'.-r;-bac eustov
AEirnousE fc co.,
ltoX sti4t; (om titk itrf KB A3i ),
ALBANY, . S i OR EGO I. ,.
Tr EEP ON IYXND A rCLL ASSvRTMKNTV
and ae prepared to'
' such as- .
Crown Panel,- Band, aad Sect vow Mold1
ef aft sizes.-
WINDOW AfID DOOR FRAMES f
aWOfalY dther' kinds of '
, fttiilcliiigr Material i
. ... 1 . -. ... ..-.'-'..'.
Are ffepaYcrf to-(To MILL WORK furnish SlieV
k'er Fans,- Kigzag Shakors, Sucfiun Fans, Driringr
Pulleys; of netrf smiTat our Factory on Lyoa
street, (on the river bank), Bxt below Markhaa's
warehouse. . . - .; . .
AtTHOtfS; 4c, GO
Albany, Fefrnary 20 1869-24
FIRE AND MARINE ISlRANCEv
Hon. 416 and 4X8 California Street,
San Francisco, CaK
Stockholders IndiTidually LiabloV
Cash Capital, in Gold Coin, tO'.OOOV
Deposit in Oregon, 30000v
Losses Promnthi and Eauitahltr jLttjtfstedj
TniS COMPANY having complied" ih tnc
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insUr'
ance against Loss or Damage by Fire, and' also
agaiuitt Marine aud Inland .Navigation risks,-01
liberal terms. . ; ,
. GUSTAVE TOUC1IARD, Prcs
CHAS. D. HAVEN, See'y, '
W. W. Parrish Sc. Co.f
Agonts for Albany.
Albany, January 9, 1S69-18 . -
LIHF0RTH, KELLOGG & RAIL ,
(Successors to L. B Benchley A Co.) .; .
No. 3 and 9 Front Street, near market,
. SAN FRANCISCO, :..
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OT
American, English and German-
Hardware Sc. OntIerry
Agricuitu'ral and Mining Tools,
Repe, Steel Powdef, Fuae, Shot,
' ; Leady Ete Ete
nZanafactarora and PrOprfetora of
Patented by 3. A. Morroll .
October 29, 1867
SlBFLESTi aitn - -
mtnt dcrabLb ttkt
IN THE WOXULDl
Agents wanted for this -coast,
Starch 6, '69-6m2'a
Store than 1,000,000 Persons
Bear testimony to tbe Wonderful Ctrrative '
m acw wMira WIlliauHTI 5a..
1: te,' . Eft
v y m
' C w f
ilVINEGAIl BITTERS, sJ
o "lauuiaoiureoi irom tne native , e
Herbs and Roots of California, aref
- Hie Groat mood Pnriaor i
For Inffaramatory and Chronio Rheumatkm aat '
uout, dyspepsia or Indigestion, BUioua, Re
mitteut and Intermittent Fevers, diseases of tho
mood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, taese En
ters have been most successful. Sack diseases
are jjansed by vitiated blood, which" is genet"
ally produced by derangement of the Digestive)
Organs. . , -
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenerer roc nod")
its impurities bursting through the skin in Pim-
pies, Eruptions, or Sores cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the "Veins' t
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood healthy, aad all
will be well. -' v - " - . -
Sold by all Druggists and Dealer.
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Corner Pine and Sansome streets, San Francisco,
Cal. and Sacramento, CaL, and S4 i"itt ;
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