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A D V E II T I 8 13 31 K N T 8
-AVEIVrt SEME NTS
A VIVE II T I SEME NT S.
JUNE IS 1863.
7 CCVFXl ED FROM TH1 ORKGOX HBRALD ,
Wasxiis gtox, May 31. Tho foljowiog
is Gen. Giant's reply to the nomination
cf the Chicago Convention :
Washington, May 29, 18G8.
Gen. Jas. R. Ilatclei, President of the
.National Union Repuhlicari Convert'
In formtJIy accepting iho nomination
of the National Union Republican Con
vention, of the 21st, it seems proper that
some statement of my Tievrs beyond a
mera acceptance of the nomination should
bo expressed. The rroceedinrs of tho
Convention rero marked with wisdom,
moderation and patriotism, and I believe
that they express the feelings and great
ness of the so who sustained the country
through its trials. I endorse the resolu
tions, and if elected to office as President
of the United States, it will bo my en
deavor to administer all laws in good
faith and Trith a view of giving peace,
quiet and protection everywhere. In
times like the present, it is impossiblo or
improper to lay down a policy to be ad-,
bcred to, right or wrong, through an ad
ministration of four years. Political is
sues not foreseen arc constantly arising.
The views of tho public on the old ones
are constantly changing.. Purely admin
istrative oiicers should always be left to
execute the will of the people, which I
have always respected and always shall.
Peace and universal prosperity, its se
quence, with economy of administration
will lighten the burden of taxation, while
it constantly reduces the national debt;
let us have Peace. "With great respect,
your obedient servant. U. S. Grat.
Washington, Junel. In the ScnaU,
Edmund's resolution of thanks to Stanton
was discuss :d.
Ilenderson offered an amendment, vot
ing thanks to the Chief Justice, for his
conduct during the impeachment trial.
Rejected by 11 to SO.
Ross, Henderson and Fowler voted for
an amendment. Several Senators con
demned tin amendment as in bad taste,
and not relevant to the matter. The res
olution was finally adopted by 37 to 11.
The Arkansas admission bill was then
' Lancaster, June 1. -James Buch
anan died at Wheatland to-day, in his
Washington, J une 1. Schofield took
possession cf the War Office. The Pres
ident accompanied him and remained for
a few minutes. Gen. Grant subsequently
had a short interview with the new Sec
retary. Signs for Handkerchief Flirta
tions. Our lady friends will here learn how
useful the liandkerchicf may be made in
flirtations or the more serious business of
Drawing the handkerchief across the
lips, signifies the desire of geting ac
quainted. Drawing across the eyes; let us be
Taking by the center ; are you willing ?
Dropping ; we will be friends.
Twirling in both hands ; indifference.
Drawing tcross the cheeks ; I love you.
Drawing through the hands ; I hate you.
Letting it rest on right cheek ; ye3.
Letting it rest on left cheek ; no.
Twirling in left hand ; I wish to be rid
Twisting in right hand ; I love another.
Folding it; I wish to speak with you.
Over the shoulder; follow me.
Opposite corners in both hands wait
Drawing across the forehead; we are
watched. . . -
Placing on right ear ; I have a message
Letting it remain on the eyes ; you are
Winding round fore-finder: I am en
gaged. Winding round third finger; I am
married. . ' :
A Conors Sunglass. A wonderful
doctor, with a wonderful sunglass is at
work. Uy the simple use of a sunglass
and the rays of the sun, he has effectually
removed life-long deformities from the
faces of a number of persons; but little
pain is caused. A gentleman in Wind
sor, one-half of whose face "was badly dis
colored from his birth, was made to re
joice in a whole clean face; and a young
lady who suffered from an unsightly ex
crescence on her chin, was similarly re
lieved. A iaole bnrned with an actual
little blaze, and then disappeared with a
slight "pop" or explosion. The patient
felt little or no pain after the first mo
mentary "siege." Another man writes
that the doctor's glass cured him of an
obstinate cancers It had been twice re
moved by surgeons. Burned out,-or at
least, it has stayed out for upwards of
a year - " : ' -V ' :
A Mistake. Charles to the alter led
the lovely Jaae, and to her father's house
returned agaia, where, to convey them on
their wedding tour, already stood a bril
liant coach and four. When, lo I the gath-
clluo a tute uescenaea, ciouas
and warring winds contended; this moves
him not, but, In he hands his bride, and
seats himself enraptured by her side;
when thus, to cheer the fair one, he be-,
gun : hope we soon shall have a little
sun." i But she,', to whom, the weather
gave no pain, wno needed not the blast
nor pattering rain, but most about her fu
ture state be .bought her, replied ; "My
dear, I'd rather have a daughter."
bSBrigham Young, while recent
ly holding forth to hi - people, said :
"Now, girlg, court up the boys ; it is leap year.
Give them to understand in gome way that it is
all right. You lira ready, and you want, to help
them to make a ood home, to form a nucleus
around which to gather the blessings and comforts
of life a place to rally to. While you are on
the more and ursrttled you can get nothing that
is permanent. - Tell the boys what to do, and you,
sisters of experience, ye mothers in Israel, go to
and get up your sooieties, and : teach these irl
what to do, ani how to get the boys to come and
marry them." . ,
-If-the "boys" can successfully resist
this combination, they must indeed be
nam cases, -- -J
Leap Yea a Dialogue. "Miss, will
you take my j.rm i" ,
"Yea, andlvou too,". . . ' v' "
"Can't spare but the arm," replied the
bachelor.- '-:': .. '." t '.
"Then, .replied she "I shant take it.
as my aotto U , go the whole hog or none."
The following named' ccntlemoa art authorised
to act as Agents for Tn Btatb Rights Dkmo
bat, and to receive od receipt, for subscriptions
to the paper :: ':..,t ,,-V' l.yS
Robert Watkinson and James Dorr is. ...Solo
Jason Wheeler .Lebanon
II. L. Brown Brownsville
Matthew Fountain llarrisburg
J. M. Smith... -Peoria
lion. J. J. Walton....;..... J...... ...... Eugene City
BENTON COUNT Y. : .
R. H.Strahn Corvallis
T. J. Lovelady Dallas
J. B. V. Butler and Dr. Harris -Monmouth
Dr. J. M. McCoy -La Creole
Benj. Ilaydcn. .............Kola
J. R. Ralston..
..vrcgon uny J
J. F. McCoy
b.' f! 'iltttZZZZZZ'. ..V..'.'."!! s1,m
L. F. Eisenhart.......... ;. Silfcrton
Ilanley Waterman - Jefferson
v A . . .
Francisco, is authoriied to receire subscriptions
ana aaveru.eraenu tor our paper, anu aci as bust
ness agent generally.
M. V. MACK,
AS ON HAND AND NOW READY FOR
JUL le full nd complete stock of first-class
COOKING, PARLOR AND BOX STOVES,
Which he is offering at prices that mut insure
a ready sale.
Also a general assortment of
Brass and Enameled Kettles,
XYench SaacePans and Ladles,
Cast-iron Tea Kettle and Ovens,
Iron and Lead Pipe,
crart? iMrt i ipt ninxitte .
Sheet-Iron, Copper, Ac., Ac.
Mannfafturrr of all Kindt of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware !
REPAIRING. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
X. B. All persons who are in need of articles
in my line will find it to their advantage to give
prices that will preclude the necessity of going!
unncr man Ai&any to t-.y thtap.
Marketable, Produce Taken in Exchange
For any and all articles in the Store.
Will always keep on hand aeomplcte assortment
oi all goods in my line, while customers will at all
times receire prompt attention. M. t . MACK.
Albany, 3Iarch 23, '67 v2n321y
ALBANY, . .
X3 Y OOOIS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CLOTHiisra, &c, &c.
A well selected assortment of tbe most complete
kept in Albany.
IRON AXD STEEL,
of nearly all kinds suitable for th trade.
- - CHAINS, '
XEV S T T L K S
WAG OX-SEAT SPRINGS,
TIIJMB L E-B OI I N G,
Nearly all the stock is purchased in SAN FRAN
CISCO, and will be sold at the lowest market rates
for ready pay, or merchantable produce taken in
Agent for Wella, Fargo & Co.
Agent for the Pacific Insurance Co.
Oct. 215, '67-vSnllyl t JOHN CONNER.
ALBANY BOOK STORE!
E. A. FREELAND,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
Albany ; - - - - Oregon.
T ESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE PUBLIC
JLSb that he has removed from the old stand to
' , PARRISH'S BLOCK,
Where all, are invited, assured that Goods in his
una are sold at tho lowest cash prices. '
C058TAHTLY OS. HARD J r ! ? h i
STANDAPr15D MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
j Juvenile Toy Girt and Blank Dooks,
!"- -COLD 1ZA3, AND : r"
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY I
Of every.kind used in the State.
BOOKS IMPORTED TO ORDER, at
LEGAL TENDERS BOUGHT AND SOLD!
. - . . AIS0
Drafts ca San Francisco and Portland.
J. BARROWS & CO
Albany, Feb. 15, '68-
AD DUE S S
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED!
THOSE WHOSE SUFFERINGS HAVE
tea protracted front hlddea causes, and
whose easts require prompt treatment to render ex
isteace desirable. If you are suffering tr hare
suffered from iarolunlary discharges, what effect
does it produce pob your general health 1 Do
you feel weak, debilitated, easily tired? woes a
llttlo extra exertion produce palpitation of tho
heart? Sees yoar lires, e ariaary organs, or
yoar kidneys, freqaenfly get out e erderf Is
' . . ' "
lis It ropy oa settling t Or does a thiols scum rise
it,. rk.Ti .-.it..- l.MnM .n
iw luv ivy vi ivuiucut iw nviww
lit has stood awhile f Do you hare spells of short
breathing or dyspepsia? Are your bowels consti
pated f D jou hare spells of fainting or ruhcs
of blood to the head ? Is your memory Impaired?
Is yoar mind constantly dwelling upon this sub
ject? Do you feel dull, lUtless, moping, tired of
company, of life ? Do you wUh to be left alone,
to get awar from eTerybodyf Does any little
thing make you start or jump 1 I your sleep bro
ken or restless ? Is the lustre of your eje as brit
iiantf Tho bloom on your check as bright? Do
you enjoy yourseir in society as well r io you
pursue your business with the same energy T Do
you feel as much confidence in yourself? Are your
spirits dull and flagging, giren to fits of melts
choly ? If so, do not lay it to your lircr or dys
Hare you restless nights? Your back weak
your knees weak, and bare but little appetite, and
koa Ub ljPPl or lirer-complalnt
Now, reader, self-ahuse, venereal diseases badly
cured, and sexual excesses, are all capable cf pro
ducing a weakness of the eereratlre organs. The
orpini of cencntlon. when in tterfect health.
I make the man. Did you ever think that those
bolJ energetic, prvering, successful
J buiness-men are always those whoso generative
1 . . . 1 V
orcani ir w pcricci ocaiia.- io neTcr near
such men complain of being melancholy, of ner
vousne, or paiptiauon or tue neart. Tney are
never afraid they cannot succeed In business;
they don't become sad and discouraged they
are always polite and pleasant in the company of
ladies, and look you and them right In the face-
none of your downcast looks or any other mean
ne, "em 1 ao mtma iao" wao
the organs inflamed by running to excess. These
111 not caT Ttiia thtir eonstituUons, but also
thojw they do business with or for.
7 1 " J curea
t . s . a
from tbe tffcu of - nd excesses, have
I brought about that state of weakness in those or-
gan that has reduced tbe general saystem so
much as to produce almost every other disease
idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal affections, suicide,
and almost every other form of disease which hu
manity is heir to, and the real cause of tbe trouble
scarcely ever suspected, and have doctored fur all
but tho right one
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
and is a certain care for
Diseatct of the Bladder
r Female Complaints,
AND ALL OTHER-
DISEASES OP THE URINARY OROANS 1
Whether existing in
MALE OR FErTALB!
whatever cause originating, and no matter
f how long standing.
If no treatment is resorted to, Consumption or in
sanity may ensue. Our flesh and blood are
supported from these sources, and the v
health ' and happiness, and tnat of -Posterity,
.;.',., - , prompt use of a re- ';
; ', liable remedy.
TTT.T1lrnnT-nfl tttttt, t.t,
v v 4JWVUU,
established upward of 18 years, prepared
' by XL T, IICLIISOLD,
581 Broadway, New York, an
104 South Tenth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Pbioe$1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $6,50,
delivered to any address. Sold bv all Dru'h trhrta
DR. H. C.
0X0. t, BKTTLEKIKR.
SETTLEMIER & CO,
AT DR. SHEPHERD'S OLD STAND.
MAIN NT.. - - - ALBANY.
Palittn, OIIn, CJIassi, Oyc-SluilH.
YA RN I S H E S
AH9 a ri'LL inoiTxrxT or
AflENTS BY APPOINTMENT FOR
Dr. D. Jaynrs k Son'i Family Mcdiclnci.
We also keep on hand a full supply of
All Patent !VIcIiciiic in IJc.
Ouratoek ofDrus Fluidn, I' x tracts, etc., are from
Well Known Manufacturers,
and will be found
OP THE Ili:ST qirAI.ITlf !
SPECIAL. AVTCXTIOS OIVEM TO COMFOl'XMXQ
We NoIIcft the ratroiittcc of the
WE HAVE ESTABLISHED A
BRANCH DRUG STORE AT SCIO
CSOKK TIIR A AO KM KMT Of
G. A. HILL,
Who will keep a full supply cf Drugs, Mcdi'.Iucs
etc., etc, for sale at Low rim k.
HKTTLKM1ER & CO
April . 1867 v2n3tly
J. BARROWS & CO.,
(1ST THEIR FlUE PIiOOF CHICK, ALBANY)
Are bow receiving their Goods
DiniXT FItOSf HAX I'lt.lXtlWCO
And we invite the attention of lojcr to
oar Uwk of
XY G OODS !
FAMILY GROCERIES !
BOOTS AND SIIOKS
XXAXIDCTARS. CROCSCRY, &e
We aro Agents for ail kinds of
maiT2n2if J. BARROWS A CO
A. F. CHERRY,
TTAVINCI PUItCIIANED THE EX
11 tire interest in tho ALBANY FOUNDRY
AND MACHINE SHOP, I am
Prepared to FuruUU
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON WORK
Of erery deserlption, on short notioe. Also,
All Orders for
. MILL WORK
Will bo filled with dispatch, and in a satisfactory
Manufactured to order, and particular attention
paid to Repairs.
AU kinds of
done to order on short notice
. A. F. CIIEKRY,
Allany, August 18, 1866-ly
C O H N
( Montetih't Brick Store) i C
.- . i
ALDANY, - -; OREGON.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL
selected stock of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS j
AND CAPS, GROCERIES,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
' NAILS AND GLASSWARE,
And everything ugually found in a well estab-
lished Dry Goods or Grocery Store, and
at prices to defy competition. '
The very Highest prices
- paid for all kinds -
of Produce. ,
Remember tho place, at the sign of
janl7v3n23yl .. : r -A. COHN.
SPECIAL ATTRACTION !
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
persons knowing themselves indobted to the
undersigned, either by note or book account,' to
settle the same in eash or merchantable produce
at the market ralu. hxr ihe 10th dav of December.
1867, as ii? absolutely fcecessary that we collect
v cnitoio u to carry ou our uubiuhbs. -
By promptly attending to the above requirements,
vnn will nAnfa. n fn.n. .. ' '
70U wU1 confer a favor upon
I . . W. W. PARRISH & CO.
' Albany, Otfi. 28, 1867 vol2tf
MEUSSDORFFER & BRO.,
Manufacturers and Xmporteri of, and Wholesale
; f and KotttU Dealer la ; -c.i'i
HATS A3STI CAPS,
IT',. . And- O '.
No, 72 Front Htreet, IortlunIt
AUK 11ECE1V1NG, IN ADDITION TO
their cxteonlve Htock, by every Steamer, all
the LATKHT STYLUS of New York, London and
,'arislau taste, for
Gentlemen's and Children's wear
Which they will sell
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE ON THE COAST
DEALE 11 S IN HATS
Will consult their own interests by examining our
sloe before purcbasiog elsewhere.
Hats of every stylo and Description
MADE TO ORDER,
J. O. lMoussdorfler
No. 72 Frint fitrcet. ...........Portland, Ofc'n
Cor. 1) and Hui-ond f?ts... MarysvtUc, Cal
.. IZ3 J Mreet Hnerarncnto
Nos. 635 4 637 Comtiieroial Ft Han KrancUco,
T-it Wholcitalo Howie at Han Francinco. Cal
No 628 Comtjiprrinl through to 637 Clay streets
usc. i, 1869 rznictr
Of San fraoeiseo, California.
CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000 00
SURPLUS ,Jaa'ylf'67 238,054 00
CASU ASSETS In GOLD, $1,238,054 91
All Losses Paid Immediately in United
States Gold Coin.
UK PACIFIC IXSritAXCE COMPANY.
having arranged wttbMet.r. lilGELOW A
1JUTIIEK for the transfer of all tho business of
the Fire Insurant Companies lately r-prcrntd
by them, is now prepared to offer lo all parties
formerly insured by i l conttanif, eusllv gfnl
terms and prompt payment of lo.--, in United
Mr. II. II. UIGKLOW will b the general A rent
t't this Company from thU date.
Dlreetor or laclftc Inisttrniire Co.
rnaitcisco Jas. D'Fremery, Lloyd Tevi,
Louis McLane, Wm. Fherman. Oliver Kldride,
Win. Alvrd, John 0. Earl, A. II. Forbe,
Alx Weill, Alfred i;rtl, J. 5. Kellogg,
AVro Feligman, G. T. Lawt-.n. M. ChwjN.-man,
AnonS. Ktiles, K. I fiobUtein, J.IL Howard,
JobnC. P.ray, Mces Ellis, CJ. W. Ikaver,
A.Hayward, P. L. Weaver, 8. ?telihart,
D.W. C. ltlee, Iiavidtem, M. Kocnbauru.
C. Meyer, Jonathan Hunt, sxi HAur.sro.
II. J. Oliver. W. T. Coleman, Edgar Mills,
Alpbcus Uull, I. W. Leonard, (!. W. Mow,
W. C. Italfton, T. L. IJarker, C. T. WheeJir.
h. Harhs, T. I Jleyrr, mabvsvii-LC.
Fred. lJillings, 8. 31. WiUon, J. II. Jewett.
A. L. Tubbs, John II. Newtf.n, roiiTLAsn.
II. M. Xewball, Edward Martin, W. H. Ladd,
Adam Grant, I). O. Mills, Jacob Kainm.
J. l. Fry, II. Ilanstuiann, stocktos.
II. H. Uigelow, L. B. Ucnehly, T. B. Anthony.
Wm. Hooper, Moses Heller. vincixu.Ktv.
Chat Mayne, Wm. Scholle, Wm. Fharon,
J. IIUXT, President.
A. J. KAI.STO., Secretary.
C. A, JLAT02V, Marine Secretary.
II. II. mtSELOW, Gen'l ASent.
LADD &TILTON, PORTLAND,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Oregon ami lVuxliiugf on Territory.
8. R. HAMMER Salcn
F.A. CIIENOWETII .....CorvallW
J. B. UNDERWOOD, Eugene
8. F. CHADWICK - Roseburg
JOHNSON A McCOWN... Oregon City
CUMMINS A (J RANT Dalles
J, 11. BLEWITT Walla Walla
A. WHEELER.. .. Brownsville
JAMES RILEY.......... llarrisburg
john i;ukniju ..Albany
Nov. 2. 1867 v3nl2yl
KIEFEU d: UOGGEIIS, Prors.
HE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST ERECTED
new and first-class .
JB JR E "W E IR, "5T
On Sroad Albin between First Street
and the River,
. And is prepared to furnish
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
ON SHORT NOTICE !
AU Orders Delivered ' Wherever Desired,
He Warrants his BEER
MADE OF THE BEST MATERIAL?;
. . : ', -AND : . - . -
Ha is confident he can give entire satisfaction to
THE WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY !
MRS. Is. A. STIPP'S
LEGACY TO THE WORLD!
For Consttmption, Coughs, Colds,
Whooping" Cough, IXoarse
ness, etc., etc.
milK DIFFEHENCKS UETWEEN THETHO
X KACIC DALSAM and tho Allopathic long
tuedicincs is tbls ; the popular urutr Medicine,
when taken into tbo stomach, make you ii';k, while
tho sennation creaU-d by my Thoracic I'alnata is as
soothing as a cup of tea. When tbe drujr modi
cinex, takn hy the rnult'itado of Tictiuis who have
(1 ifil with thocunxumption, find their way into tho
lung", they imm:l lately comtot-Dco to irrltato and
inflatnetue ulcers and increase the flow of matter,
As a cofinequence, the patient cxixctorateg in ore
frely, aim! as b couelis nud ri)U bis lite away.
he thinks, heeauxe he raises such a quantity, and
raises it so eaxlly, that be is certainly recovering;
and under this common deluKion he ctr'ioucs to
taka the medicines, and continues to conh and
spit, until exliaantf'l nature submits and he finds
relief in the crave.
On the other hand, when my Thoracic Balsam
finds its way into the lungs it commences at once
to beat Iho ulcers. It goes to the very root of the
disease, and gently, lut surely, draws all morbi
humor from tue ulcerated parts. It purines the
blood, as it is composed wholly of vegetable ma
terials. It strengthens and does not debilitate the
general nynU-ta. It tends to quiet the nerves an
invigorate the patient and asit in relieving the
congeted condition of tbe lung, by diffusing the
accumulated blood over the surface, and it clears
away the obstructions that impede egreas of all the
impurities of tbe body through their natural eban
nel the bowels and more especially does it tend
to draw all excretion from tbe lungs, and induces
a new and vigorous action to the liver and imparts
strength and new life to tbe patient.
Hear this tn mind, that the set-ret of tbe success
of my Thoracic liatvam lies enclosed in this little
nut-sbcll : Cut, it does not irritate tbe lungs and
cdu tLo patient to expectorate ; second, it does
commence at once to heal the ulcers; it soothes
and allays the iuflamation, and stops the coughing
and expectoration: it strengthens and encourages
the patient, and, with proper nourishment, he
must recover. Tins medicine don t give you new
lungs ; it only mends up your old ones, and, with
care tbey may take you away on into a good old
X connot cloyo without saying a word to my own
rex. I am now in my sisty-lmt year, and can
truly say that with all my experience wi'h female
diseaiHU, I have fotind it tbe safest and best reme
dy, and no woman ir. delieato health should be
without it. Ir. Ayer truthfully remarks that Ic.m
than one-half of the females of tbe United States
have sound health, and the condition of the disor
dered ones is leaving it impress on the rininggcn
era'.iun. Then, how important we hould have a
reniidy for tnec evils. Fur paiofu! or supprestc
menses, irregularit'wn, etc, and alo for women at
tbe turn of life, and frail girls, this medicine will
le found Invaluable. It should ab be used be
fr and after confinement. "An ounce of pre
ventive i better than a pound of cure.
Itcmeinbcr, kind father, or fond husband, when
adminicle! ing my medicine to a darling daughter
or frail wife, that tbey are eowiose4 of no death
dealing minerals r nauneating drugs, to make the
nick more mi.erable and batten tbtir untimely
end ; but tbey are a compound of medicinal roots
herb, bark. tdoSftoms, etc., with wbose gtnerou
healing virtues years of exprrknee have made me
1'or farther particulars see pamphlet accompany
ing every bottle. In. I A, hTIl'I.
SMITH A UAYIrt, PotUand,
All of Mrs. L. A. Fiipra Medicines are manu
iacturtd and put up by W. C. Avf-sr, fiakm, Ore
con, to whom au U tters oa business should b di
Mrs. L. A. Stinp's Medicines for sale at Whitt
more A Co.. AH aoy ; Klktns A Son. Lebanon
II. h tiiiS b. Iii.rriburg.
Sept. II. 1$67 v35yl. .
TO THE UNFORTUNATE
NEV REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES
sttK 41 K KAItX EY STREET,
XKAK COMMERC E
San Fraoclc. EtabJirhed
in 1SS4, fr the trrattucnt of
Sexual and St-utinal diseaies,
tuch attic norrhwa,i!eet,Slric-
ture, Sypbulis tn all its tonus,
k? t .....
etc. Skin di.eanes (of years' t f J'
tanding) and Ulcerated Legs Wytnrn-r.
How many thiu auds of persons, both male and
female, are there who are suffering out a miserable
existence from tbe effects of secret indulgences, or
from virus absorbed into the system ! Look at
their pa!HJ, emaciated and disfigured faces and
their broken duwn constitutions, disqualifying
them for tho happiness of marriage or tbe enjoy
ment of life In this horrid situation thousands
suffer until death closes the seene. Let parents,
guardians, frieuds, attend to those who are suffer
ing with any of these horrible life-deetroying mal
adies see that tbey are cared for and cured before
it be too late. Scad them immediately to Dr.
Gibbon, a physician who has made private disease
bis study for years, and who is certain to cure the
mott inveterate cases without mercury or other in
jurious drugs. It is important to those who are
afilicted, or those who are interested in the welfare
of their friends, to bo careful of the many pretend
cd doctors who infcst all cities, publishing their
skill in curing all diseases tn a few days, imposing
uon tbe public by using tbo names of eminent
physicians from Europe and other places. Be
therefc ul, and make strict inquiry, or you
may ;m t- tie hands of thoso charlatans.
w linal Weakness.
IT ' VS nissions, tht consequence of sclf-
W ractised by the youth of both sexes
Xniimugu fiicni, prouucipg, who nn
luiuieUiatc ly , elTEtFl'u" ic i s u u'rCyTw'lXc v'SHT
have a euro effected by his new and scientific mode
of treating this disease, whioh never fails of effect
ing a quick and radical cure. Dr. G. will five,
One Hundred Dollars to any person who will prove
satisfactorily to him that he was cured of this
complaint by either of the San Francisco quacks.
Or thoso who con tern p'ate marriage, who are suf
fering under any of theso fearful maladies, should
not forget the sacred responsibility resting upon
them, nor delay to obtain immediate relief.
. The various complicated and distressing diseases
incident to females, treated with eminent success.
Such as Suppressions, Irrigularities, Whites, fall
ing of the Womb, Tumors, all Urinary Diseases,
Nervous debility. Painful or Difficult Menstruation,
Barrenness, etc., will be speedily cured, without
poisonous drugs, injurious or unpalatable medi
cines of any kind. Have no delicacy in calling,
no difference what your troubles may be. The af
flicted are cordially invited to cali and satisfy
."DOCTOR GIBBON is responsible, and will give
to eacu patient a written instrument, binding him
self to effect a radical and permanent cure, or
make no charge. ; , - . .., .
CURED AT HOME.
Persons at a; distajice ;may ' be CURED AT
HOME, by addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon,
statiDg case, Bjn.ptoms, length of time tho disease
has continued, and havp medicines promptly for
warded, free from damage and curiosity, to any
pan oi me oooniry, witn lull and plain' directions
for use.' By euclosing $15 in purrenoy or "$10 in
coin, in a registered letter through the post-office,
or through Wells, Fargo & Co., a package of nied-
ioine will bo forwarded by express to any part of
Address DR. J.F. GIBBON, 618 Kearney street,
corner of Commercial, San Francisco. Post Office
Box 252. ..
3 Correspondents will please inform DR
GIBBON that thev read his advertisement in the
bar ft apart
SOB PUBOTETG THE BIOOD
And for the speedy cure or we following compuunw i
4rrflA nnd nrrntaXmvm AS5eeiissa, asscli
nm Tumor. Clfn, Espflsma,
Iimlca. MUlnlt-o, utmirnvmt mwv9
3. C. AT eb V Co. Gtntas I feel It toy doty to a. :
knowledge what yoar Marsaparliia DM icon iot . mm.
Having inberiteu a ecroiuioua imwumi,
suffered from It In various waya for year. osj-
times It burst out In j icer on mj ninw iaa Y""
sometimes It turned Inward and distressed meatth
stomach. Two years ago It broke out on my bead
nd covered my scalp ana ears wn one sore, wnwn
s iminfal and loatusonw nejiraa uencnmwn,
tried many rnedic1ien ana aovermi pnynciana, w.
without much relit f from anything. Ib Csct. tbs
disorder grew wow, At length 1 was rejoiced to
read in the (Jopei Meoxenger that you had prepared
an alterative (Sarsnparilla), for I knew from yonr-
reputation tnat anytnjng you nw ;frri'
I sent to Cincinnati and got It, and ttsed H tiU it
cured me. 1 took it, as yon advise, In smJldo of
a tcaxpoonnu over a roonm. ana wea wmwi
bottles. Kew and Jiealthy skin soon began to ftma
under the scab, which after a whilo fell ooV Mr
skin Is now clear, and I know by my feelings that ;
thedUesso has gone from my system. You can well ,
believe that 1 feel what 1 am saying when I tell yon,
that 1 bold you to be one of tbe apostles of tho
and remain ever gratefully, Yours,
ALFRED B. TA.LLET.
Ht. Aalbaar's PIre. tUme r EfT'Ts
Trltsrr and stnl( KbrsssM, memUL
Ilintftvarm. More Ktrm, Wtoy
Dr. liobert M. Preble writes from Sab
12th Sept., IKJj, that he has cored an inveteTstsr
caw of bmi'iVt which threatened to terminate fe ,
tally, by the persevering use of out garsaparllla,
end also a dangeroo s Malignant Erytipeku by largo
doM-s of ttte same; rays be cares the common rvp
tions by H constantly.
FlroneNOTrle, doltrsi well4 Wwlc
Zebulon Mkn, of l'ropect, Texas, writess "Tbresj
bottles of your Kanapaiilla cured me from a Goitre
a hideous swelling on tbe neck, which 1 had am&
fcrtd fruia over two years.'
1jnrorrhrn mr White, Orsirffsss Tstsssor
VWrlnr L'teertlla, sVessusle Tieac.
Vr. J. 11. S ( banning, of ew York City, writess .
1 mot cheerfully comply with the request of roar
agent hi saying 1 have found your arsapariua A
tot excellent alterative in the numerous com
plaints for which we employ such a remedy, but ,
especially In Female JtieaMB of the fccrofaloua
dithei. 1 have cured many inveterate eases of
Leucorrbcea by it, and some where the complaint
was caued by ulceration of tbe utem$. The ulcer-
ation ltitelf was soon cured. Nothing within mr
knowledge equals It tor these female derangements.'
Edward 8. Marrow, f Kewbury, Ala writes
" A danrerous ovarian tumor on one of the females
In my family, which bad defied all tbe remedies wo
could employ, bas at length been completely cored
by your Extract cf SarsapariUa.
tfiouiht notbinr but extirpation e
tion eoold afford relief;
but he adrUed the trial of your SarsapariUa as tho
lat reort before cutting, and it proved effectual. ,
A fter taking your remedy eight weeks BO lymptossi '
of the dicae remaiaa."
Hypliilla and TfetvMrfal Dlaraae.
Dn. J. C. Ates: Sir, 1 cheerfully comply with
the retji! t of your sgrent. and report to roa
of the effl-cts 1 have realized with your SarsapariUa.
1 htre cured with it, in my practice, most of tho
complaints f,r which it is recommended, and have
found its effects truly wonderful in tbe ear of
Yentrml and Mercurial 1 Hit at. One of my p '
tients bad by pbiiitic ulcers in bis throat, which were
ean&urfting hts palate and the top or bis month.
Your fcarszparifia steadily taken cured bim in five ,
weeks Another was attacked by secondary symjv
touts in bis note, and tbe ulceration bad eaten away ,
a comiderable part of it, so that 1 believe the dis
order would soon reach Ids brain and kill bim. But
it yielded to my administration of your SarsaparQla;
tie ulcers healed, and be is well again, not of coarse
witltout tome disflguration to bis face. A woman
who lid been treat d for tlie same disorder by mer
cury was suffering from this poison in ber Donee,
Tbry bad become so sensitive to tbe weather that oa
a damp day she suTered excruciating pain tn ber
joints and bones, hbe, too, was cured entirely by
your artsprii!a In a few week. 1 know from Its
formula, which your agent gave me, thai this
l'reparation from your laboratory mast be a great
remedy; consequently, tba truly remarkable x
suits with it have cot surprised me.
rraternally yours, U. V. LARIMER, II. D,
rtbrwmaiiam, (lout, JArrr Complaint.
jsuKrcsitacK, J'reston Co., a.
U- J C. ATER. Sir, I have been afflicted with a
painful chronic llhtumatim for a loog time, whictt
bd!cd tbe skill of physicians, and stuck to me in
spita of all tbe rt-medk 1 could 2nd, until I trie4
your eareaparUM. one botue cured me is two
wtkf, and restored my reneral health eo mac It
that I am far Utter than before X was attacked X
tUsk It a wondertai medicine. J.FitEAM.
Jules Y. Cttcbdl, f St. Louis, writes: "I bare .
bet- n afllictcd for yecrs with an affection of tht Liver, "
which destroyed ray health. 1 tried everythins;,
aud evrryUung tki;td to relieve me; and X have
tx-cn a brbkeb-down man fur some years from bo
ctber cause than derangement of the Liter. H y
beloved pastor, tbe Iter. Mr. tpy. advised me to
try your hanaparilbt, because be said be knew you,
and anything you made was worth trying. By tbo
blcMius; of God iMbas cured me, and has so purified
my blood as to made a new man of me. X feel youo
ain Tbe best that can be said of yon Is not fcai?
PM-Mrrn, Cancer Tsinsora, E1rgiaust.
L'lcrratia, (Jsu-ie cuad KxSmllniimm C
A crvat variety of caes have been reported to
where cures of tliete formidable eomplainta havo -resulted
from the use of this remedy, but our epaeo
here will not admit them. Some of tbem may bo
fouad tn our Ameriean Almanac, which tbe agents
tx-'ow named are pit seed to furnish gratia to all who
call for them.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disrase, FIta, EpOepay.
Many remarkable cures of these affections bar
been made by tbe alterative power of this medida.
It stimulates the vital functions into vigorous action,
and thus overcomes disorders which would be sup-
wfu urjonu nm reacu. suca b remeay naa sons
wvn rcqutrea oy xne necesiiiues or tue j
we are confident that this will do for U
medicine can do.
Ayefs Ctierry Pectoral,
ron THX RATIO ccax or -Conhv,
Cold, Inflaraia, ITonrweaeao.
Crenp, Itronrhiti, laciptVai Jost
aatnplioa, ad fr she Itctief .
of t'aaamptive Patiessu
in stdraared Htageo
f the DiitrsuMi,
Tills is a remedy so universally known to surpass
any other for the cure of throat and lung complaint,
that it is UM-lces here to publish tbe evidence of its '
virtues. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs and
colds, and its truly wonderful cures of pulmonary
dia?e. bare made it known througboat tbe civil
izitl nations of the earab. Few are tbe communitice,
or even lamilies, amonjr tbcm who hare not some
teronal experience of iu effects some living
trophy in thtir midst of its victory over tbe subtle
and dangerous disorders of the throat and lung.
As all know the dreadful fatality of thee disorders,
and as they know, too, tbe effects of this remedy,
we need not do more than to assure them that it has
now all the virtues that it did have when making
the onres which have won so strongly upon the
confidence of mankind.
Brepared by Dr. J. a AYES & Co., Lowell, Kasa,
acu Sold by Settlemier A Co- Albany, and
Wholesale and Retail by Smith 4 Davis, Port-
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Take pleasure In informing the public that they
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" imported and . '
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