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SATURDA'f ...... ..JUNE 20, 1S6S.
Free-Trad nudSallor Rights."
In tho life of Josiah Quiucy, just pub
lished by his son, wo find the following
account of the effect of tho reception of
the news of the siguing at Ghent of tho
treaty of peace between Great Britain
and the United States :
"Before night had fallen crewa wero
engaged and preparations for voyages in
forwardness. Commerce plumed her
-white wiegs afresh, so long clipped and
crippled, nnd prepared to take her flight
into all quarters of the globe. Tho re
joicings extended all along the sea-board,
ami stmtehd fir into the inland, making
glad all hearU and none more than those
of the promoters of tho war, iu high
places and low.'
The. war against "Free-Trade and
Sailors RijshU" has been again waged,
not by a foreign foe openly, but by
American freebooters sheltered by protec
tive legislation. Our shipyards no longer
give employment to thousands ot Ameri
can mechanics who once filled them. They
no longer are the cradles of American
commerce, but in their silence they seem
its grave. Americans are annihilating
our ship-building and our carrying trade,
and Protection and class legislation are
doing what no armed enemy could ecr
do, driving the flag of tho American
merchant from oS the ocean.
Let thocausa of "Free-Trade and
Sailors' Rights" be once again trium
phant, and as fifty years ago, our com
merce so long crippled, will prepare ' to
take her flight into, all quarters of the
globe." and as then htarts will gladden
ca the seaboard and in the inland.
Mr. Simon Cameron, the notorious
Pennsylvania cormptionist. in the Senate,
last week, charged the equally notorious
corruption ist Dead-duck Forney with
malfeasance in his office as Clerk of the
Senate, in the sum of 40,000, for which
the Senate suffers. Forney, with his usual
mendacity, charges the defalcation upon a
relative aad subordinate of his named
Wagner whom Cameron endorses as an
bonest man. The question has been re
ferred to a Committee to investigate the
charges, and there the matter will be
whitewashed or permitted to sleep, as
Forney is chief dog to the impeachers
and does their howling through his two
papers ?'bcth daily," and incessantly lec
tures and traduces the Senate, w;hose ser
vant he is. The incident is noteworthy
as indicating a falling out between two of
the most notorious thieves in the country,
a circumstance which, according to the
old proverb, insures honest men getting
their dues.- Ohio Crist :
The following rules for ascertaining
measurement will no doubt prove inter,
csting to rrany of our readers, especially
in the country, aid it would be well to
cut it out for future refereuce :
A box 24 by 10 inches square and 28
Inches deep will contain a barrel.
A box 23 by 151 inches square and 8
inches deep will contain 1 bashel.
A box 12 by 111 inches square and 8
inches deep will contain half a bushel.
A box 8 by 8 inches square and 8
inches deep will contain one peck.
A box 8 by 8 inches square and 4
inche3deep will contain 1 gallon.
A box 7 by 8 inches' square and 4f
deep will CDntain half a gallon."
A box 4 by 4 inches square and 4
inches deep will contain 1 quart.
Chicken Pie with RicE.Cut up
three young chickens into joints, and
drop them into weak' salt and water for
half , an hoar. Have ready two quarts
of rice boiled,-but. not steamed, into
which stir a pound and a quarter of but
ter, a quart of milk, a little salt, and six
well beaten eggs. Put into your baking
dish half the quantity of this mixture,
and place the chickens and a few slices of
ham in it. Then pour in the remainder
of the rice and egg, and rub a little
fiour and milk smoothly together and
put it on the top to brown nicely. This
pie will be sufficient for twenty persons.
How to Bake ArPLES. Bake with
out breaking the skin. Bake from three
to four hours. When the pulp is per
fectly tender break the skin and if it is
silken, like the cuticle of the hand, you
have your fruit done. If you break th4
fikin baking, the heat and the " moisture
will escape, and your apple will dry. The
peel prevents the evaporation, and is a
good conductor of heat. Bake on paper
and there will be no dishes spoiled or
needed to be washed. T - -
Wexford Biscuit. Rub ten ounces
cf butter into four ounces of flour, and
three ounce? of white sugar, the yolks of
two eggs, and a teaspoonful of cider, roll
the paste out thin, and cut with a cutter
into round thapes. - Egg over the top of
each with the white of the eggs, and sift
on white sujar. Bake in a quick oven.
: " ; - ' ' ' ;. --. ' , -
Brown Bread.-Three cups of Indian
meal, one of rye, one of wheat flour, one
pint of jsour milk, one teaspoonful of 6oda
and salti half cup of molasses. Mix well,
put it in a two quart pail, set it in a ket
tle of boiling water and let it boil three
hours. Do not have water enough to boil
ovr into the pail. - .
Democrats nowadays, mean repudiation
of the national debt and sympathy for
triators. Rock Island Union.
What doc s the radical platform of In
diana, Ohio and Pennsylvania mean now
a days; au is Gen. Butler a repudiator
and sympathizer with traitors, who is now
a radical member of Congress?
The .first New Year's sunrise prayer
meeting wa;i held in 1815, in Pittsfieid,
A number of Ohioans have purchased
land near Tiiskeegee, Alabama, and gone
'The Canadian Churchman did not ap
pear last sre sJc, as the compositors made
pi of it. ... .. ,: : '
Ths Ohio legislature is after the prize
gnters. it proposes to jail even the re
porters. : s ? '., - - T"
I2L.AT!! DEEDS, of the latest aad most
approved form for sale at this office. Warrant
&zi Jlortjsj?, , ......
The following named gentlemen are authorised
to act as Agents for Tns Statk Rights Dkko
bit, aad to roccive d receipt for subscriptions
to the paper t
Robert VTatkinson and James Dorrls ........Solo
Jason Wheeler ..., Lebanon
II. L. Drown .. Brownsville
Matthew Fountain. .llarrisburg
J. iL.Smita. Peoria
Hon. J. J. Walton.. Eugene Citjr
R. ILStrahn . Cornells
T. J. Lovelady .. Dallas
J. li. V. IhitUrand Dr. Harris .Monmouth
Dr. J. M. McCoy LaCreolo
lienj. llaydcn ......... ..Eola
. CLACKAMAS COUNTY.
J. It. Ralston .Oregon City
J. F. McCoy. .........Portland
X. M. Bell ) c ,
B. V. Bonhi-ra j p,cm
L. F. ENenhart Stlvrrtou
llantey Waterman - Jefferson
TliOfi, Iloycc. Newspanor Acent. Pan
Francisco, is authorized to receive subscriptions
an4 advertisements Tor our paper, and act as bus!
ncss agent generally.
M. V. MACK,
c t A H ir e
AS ON HAND AND NOW READY FOR
eale a full and complete stock of first-class
COOKING, PARLOR AND BOX STOVES,
Which he is oSt-ring at prices that mutt insure
a ready sale.
Also a general assortment of
Brass and Enameled Kettles,
French Sauce-Pant and Ladles,
Cast-iron Tea Kettles and Orenw,
Iron and Lead Pipe,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS !
Sheet-Iron, Copper, fce., Ae.
Manufacturer of all Kinds of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware!
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
X. 11. All perons who are in need of articles
in kit line will find it to their ad ran La re to rive
me a call, as I a in determined to sell rood at
prices that will preclude the necessity c-f going
urmcr ifcao Albany iu ttry theap.
Iffarketablc Produce Taken in Exchange
For any and all articles in the Store.
Will always keep on hand a complete assortment
or alt goods iu my line, while catvmera will at all
times receive xrouift attention. M. u . 31 ACK.
AlUjoy, 3Iarcb 23, '67 T2n32ly
ALBANY, . . . OREGON.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CLOTHING, &C, &c.
A well selected assortment of the most complete
kept in Albany.
mO. AXtt STECIi,
of nearly all kinds suitable for the trade.
2f E .W S T .Y X E 8
' CARRIAGE SPRINGS,
TIIIMB L E-R O X I X G,
' W A SH E R S,
Nearly all the stock is purchased in SAX PR AN
CISCO, and will be sold at the lowest ma.ket rates
for ready pay, or merchantable produce taken in
. Agent for Wells, Fargo fc Co,
Agnt for the Pacific Insurance Co.
Oct. 26, 'C7-v3nllyl JOHN CONNER..
ALBANY BOOK STORE!
E. A. FEEELAND,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
Albany - - - - Oregon.
Respectfully' informs the public
that he has removed from the old stand to
. PARRISH'S BLOCK,
Where all are invited, assured that Goods in hi
line are Bold at the lowest cash prices.
COSSTAMTLY OX HASD:
STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
Juvenile, Toy Gilt nnd Blank Books,
GOLD JTti, ASD-
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
l : ; Of every kind used In the State.
ES-BOOKS IMPORTED TO ORDER, at
short notice. DeclnlCly
LEGAL TENDERS BOUGHT INI) SOLD !
- also .
Craft a San Fraacisco and Portland.
" , J. BARROWS A CO,
Albanj, Feb. 15, '88 v3r58tf -
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED!
TO THOSE WHOSE SUFFERINGS HAVE
beca protracted from hlddea causes, and
whose eases require prompt treatment to render ex-
isUnee desirable. If you are saffcrlojj or bare
suffered from ta voluntary discharges, what effort
does it produoe npoa your general health T Do
you feel weak, debilitated, easily tired? Does
little extra exertion produce palpitation of the
heart? Does your liver, or uriaary organs, or
your kidneys, frequently get out of order f It
your urine sometimes thick, milky, or flocky, or
is it ropy on settling? Or does a thick scum rise
to the top t Or is a sediment at the bottom after
it bas stood awhile f Do you hare spells of short
breathing or dyspepsia? Are your bowels consti
pated ? Do you bare spells of fainting or ruxhes
of blood to the head ? Is your memory impaired?
Is your wind constantly dwelling upon this sub
ject? Do you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of
company, of life ? Do you wUh to be left alone,
to get away from everybody? Does any little
thing make you start or jump? Isour sleep bro
ken or restless? Is the lustre of your eye as bril
liant? The blootu on your cheek as bright? Do
you enjoy yourself ill soeiety as well ? Do you
pursue your buslnoss with the same energy ? Do
you feel as much confidence in yourself? Are your
spirits dull and flagging, glren to fits of melan
choly ? If so, de not lay It to youi lirer or dys
pepsia. Hare you restless nights? Your back weak,
your knees weak, and bare but little appetite, and
you attribute this to dyrpepsiaor lircr-eoto plaint?
Now, reader, self-abuse, venereal diseases badly
cured, and sexual excesses, are all capable of pro
ducing a weakness of the generative organs. The
organs of generation, when in perfect health,
make the man. Did you ever think that tboso
bold, defiant, energetic, persevering, successful
business-men are always those whose generative
organs are in perfect health ? You sever hear
such men complain of being melancholy, of ner
vousness, of palpitation of the heart. They are
never afraid they cannot succeed In business;
they don't become sad and discouraged; tbey
are always polite and pleasant in the company of
ladles, and look you and them right in the face
none of your downcast looks or any other mean
ness about them. I do not mean those who keep
the organs inflamed by running to excess. These
will not only ruin their constitutions, but also
those they do business with or for.
How many men, from badly cured diseases,
from the effects of self-abuse and excesses, have
brought about that state of weakness in those or
gans that bas reduced the genera! saystem so
much as to produce almost every other disease
idiocy, lunacy. paralysU, spinal affections, saicide,
and almost every other form of disease which ha
inanity is heir to, and the real cause of the trouble
scare ly ever suspected, and have doctored for ail
but the right one.
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
and is a certain cure for
Diseases of the Bladder t
Female Complaints fl
AND ALL OTH EE
DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS J
'Whether existing in
n ALE OR r EN ALE!
f whatever cause originating, and no matter
. of how long standing.
If no treatment is resorted to, Consumption or in
sanity may ensue. Oar flesh and blood are
supported from these sources, and the
. health and happiness, and that of
Posterity, depends upon
prompt nse of a re
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU,
established upward of 18 years, prepared
by H. T. IXELXSECLD, .
' Decggist, '
594 Broadway, New York, and
104 South Tenth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Price $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $6,50,
dolivercd to any address". ' Sold by all Druhgists
dr. it. c. HILL,
OKO. f. tTTLXMICH.
8ETT.LEMIER. & CO,,
AT DR. SHEPHERD'S 010 STAND,
PuIeiIn, Oil, f;ia, nyv-StutU,
AXB A ri'I.L AftSORTMtNT OF
AGENTS BY APPOINTMENT FOR
Dr. D. Jaynei & Sou's Family Medicine
Vfe alto keep on band a full supply of
All Patent lUcriicincM in Uc.
Our stock of Drug, Fluids, Ettracts, etc, are from
Well Known Manufacturers,
and will bo found
of Tin: iu:st quality i
SPKCUI, ATTKXTIOS OIVKX TO COMPOC JtniSO
We Nollc.'t the I'ntroitnce of the
WE HAVE ESTAP.LISHED A
BRANCH DRUG STORE AT SC10I
vxpzn t MAXAur.xK.xT or
G. A. HI!.!,
Who will keep a full supply of lrugs. Medicines,
etc., etc., for sale at Low raicas.
J5KTTLKMIKR A CO.
April . 18B7 2n3tlv
J. BARROWS 8l CO.,
(IN THEIR FIRE-PIIOOP liUICK, ALDANY),
Are now receiving their floods
DIRECT Fit Oil NAN Fit ANCINC O
And we Invite the attention of buyer to
or SUcW of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
BOOTS AND SHOES
HARDWARE. CROCKERY, &c &cf
We are Agents for all kinds of
matr2n2Stf J. RARR0W8 Jb CO-
A. F. CHERRY,
HAVIXCJ PtJIlCIIAKCD THE K.
tire interest in the ALUANV FOUNDRY
AHl MAC1IINK 81IOP, I am
Prepared to furnish
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON WORK
Of every description, on short notice. Also,
All Orders for
Will he filled with di.'patcb, and in a satisfactory
Manufactured to order, and particular attention
paid to IUpairs.
All kinds of
done to order on short notice
A. F. CHERRY,
Albany, August 18, 1866-ly
A , COH N ,
, ( MontetiK't Brick Store)
ALBANY, - - - OHSaON.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL
selected stock of " .
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS
AND CAPS, GROCERIES,
WINES AND LIQUORS, '
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
NAILS AND GLASSWARE,
And everything usually 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
Sif-Remember the plaoe, at tbe sign of
Janl7v3n23yl A. COHN.
SIECIAX ATTRACTION I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
persons knowing themselves indebted to the
undersigned, either by note or book account, to
settle the same in cash or merchantable produce
at the market value, by the 10th day of December,
1867, as if ia absolutely necessary that we colleot
the same to enable us to carry on our business
By promptly attending to the above requirements,
you will confer a favor upon
W. W. PARRISII & CO.
Albany, Oct, 26, 1867 v3n!2fcf
HATS 2&5 lH ATSi v
MEUSSDOnPFER & BRO.,
Manufacturers and Importers of, and. Wholesale
' and Jlutttil Dealers in
HATS A2SIX CAPS,
No. 72 Front Ntrcet, Portland,
ARE RECEIVING, IN ADIilTlON TO
tbeir uxtenxivo Ktock, ly every Hteauier, all
the LATEST HTYLEB of New York, Loudon and
farislau taste, for
Gentlemen' and . Children's Wear
Wbich they will sell
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE ON THE COAST!
DEALEHS IN HATS
Willeonsult tbeir own ioterest hy eaaininitiz our
Block before purcniuiug t'lAownere.
Hats of every stylo and Description
MADE TO ORDER
J. O. MousadorlTcr & Broa
No. 72 Fr-it HtroH.., ..Portland, Ox'n,
Cor. I and Pecond Ms MarysvUIe, Cal
N. 126 J Ftreet....... ....HaerainenU
Nws. f.3j a 037 ( "ino.erdal Ht 8nn francio,
j?r w hole a lo House at Bun Francisco, Cat.
No . 628 Commercial tlm ujcb to 637 Clay streets.
Itee, I, IBfiO vSnlBtr
Of San rranthro, California.
CASH CAPITA! $1,000,000 00
SURPLUS , Jan'y 1, 67 230,054 00
CASH ASSETS la Q OLD, $1,230,054 91
All Lossca Paid Immediately la United
States Gold Cola.
UK PACIFIC IN.-I RAXCE COMPANY.
haring arranged witbMetrr. BIGKLOVV A
UUOTUKU I r tbe tranrfrr r all the huiiieM of
the I'ir Insurance Companies lately represented
Ly tbriti, is no rrpnrcl to o3cr to all parties
formerly incured by aaid compank, e'ually good
tormi and prompt payment tf J.m-k, la United
States srobi cnio. .
mltJlXmJi ' 1 " l.t
J. Hl'XT, Preident.
A. J. KAI.STOX, Secretary.
? A. LATOX, Marine Secretary.
II. II. IIIGELO IV, Gcn'l Agent.
LADD &TILTON, PORTLAND,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Oregon aul Washington Territory.
a R. HAMMER i.Salcm
F.A. C1IEXOWET1I Corvallis
J. B. UNDERWOOD, .....!..... Eutene
S. F. CHADWICK , Roschurg
JOHNSON A McCOWN ...Oregon City
CUMMINS A GRANT Dalles
J. H. BLEW ITT Walla Walla
A. WHEELER ....Brownsville
JAMES RILEY llarrisburg
JOHN JO.i:il .....Albany
Nov. 2. l8C7v3ul2yJ
KIEFKIt fc IIOCIGEIIS, Prors.
HE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST ERECTED
- a new and first-class
BEiB "W E S
On Droad Albin between First
. .. v and the River,
And is prepared to furnish.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
OW SHORT NOTICE I
All Orders Delivered Wherever Desired,
Ho Warrants his BEER
MADE OF THE BEST MATERIALS,
He ia confidont he can give entire satisfaction to
THE VONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY !
MIIS. Is. A. STIPP'S
LEGACY TO THE WORLD!
Tor Consumption, Conglis, Colda,
Whooplnfir Cough, lloarso
ncaa, etc., etc.
HE DIFFEKEXCES BETWEEN THE Til 0
KACIC BALBAM and tho Allopathic lunu
iiuJtrin' Ss tbfs s tbo popttlar droit medicine.
when takt'n into thenJomach, tuakeyou i k, wbth
the sensation created hy tsty Thoracic Ilalcam $
soothing as a cup T U:n. when Ibe dru inedt
rinc, taken hy the tiinitil.u'Ie or victims wuo hnvt
died with the consumption, find their way into tin
iuns, they immediately commence to irritato and
inflame the ulcers and inrreae the now of matter
As a conieiuence, tho patient expi-ctoratis more
freely, and as be cougbs nud spits his itio away
he thinks, heeauwe he riin such a onantity, and
raincs it so easily, that he it certainly rteofctins i
nnd under thi common l!uion he ecMomes to
take the medicine, and continues to etiih and
rpit, tint it exhaunted nature submits and he finds
relief In the grure.
un wie otb;r nand, wnen Biy iboracu; liulnnfu
nrJi it wny into tbe lungs it tnnience at once
t h-al ttij nicer. It em to tbe rtrr rot of the
liirji-, nnd rntly, hut nordy, draws all morbid
huiin.r from the ulenrated ports. It purifies the
blood, an it i" compofied wholly of vegetable ma
P iial. 1 1 Urt ufc'iherii aiid iJoe not debilitate tbt
(fem ral tiyth m. It ImkI to o,ifot the nerves and
inigotte thf patU tit and aniiift in relieving the
Congested rundiiion uf th iuogx, by dinning the
a-cumu!at d blood over the surface, and it c!arii
awsy the dtru(;tion that impale rgrests of all tl.t
impurities of tholwxly through their natural ban"
net the IjowcI and more espe iatly doe it tend
t draw all ecr-tion from the lun', and induce
a fx-w and vigorous action to the liver and impart
strength and mw life to lb patient.
Jli iirthU In mind, that the wret of the iucecf
of my Tliomric lialfttm li tm-Aund in this 1M I
nut'b'--!i s firft, it doex not iriitat the lui and
cause the patient to t-xpeetorate-; icond, it d'
eiiBiwi'Scc t ine lu hul the ulcers: it soot hi-r
and allay th inR jinalion, and rtopathe i coughing
and rip -4-i. ration j it tri ngtbcns and encourage
the pti i t, and. with r p r tfourhhmeiit. he
must rcov r. Thi m:di i e don't give yon n w
lungs it t!y mt-iids up your old oife, r;d, with
enr tht-y may take you away n icto a g od old
1 ronnot che wilh,nt ayin? a word to my own
I am now in my ixty-frt year, and ear
sy that wilh aH my txitri-rc wi'h ftmaie
diiKa' , 1 have found it the siel and tM.xt rerr.c-
dy, and n ns it di-lieate henUh should I e
without it. lr. Aver truthfully rctnnrk tLtt Icr
iban oce-half of the female f the WUcd States
have sound htalih. and the condition of the disor
J rfd one it lcaviu its iwj r n the rising gen
ttAtion. Then, bow important we should have a
remedy frthce cvi!. For painful r u prered
incui , irreuUritka, tic, and lo f-r women at
the torn of life, and frad girl. tbU medicrbe will
b fouad invaluable. . It should a)a be UMrd be
fore and after confinement. "An ounce of pre
ventive U better than a in.und t( cure."
Kennrinbt r, ki:id father, or fond husband, when
adtuinifUring my medicines to a darling daughter
or frail wifu, that tbt-y are composed of no death
dealing minerals or nauseating drug, to make the
i k more mierab! and haten their untimely
end ; hut tbey are a compound of medicinal root.
Lcro, batit. W'jiionii, etcp witn wnoe gncrouj
btaliog virtues years or experience hare taa lc tne
for funher pariicutar sre pamphlet accompany
ing every UtUc. Mb. 1,. A. 8TIPP.
.M1TII A HAVI. Portland,
Alt "f Mrs. L. A. $tin's 3fcdirines are maou
fa tur?d and put op ty W. CI AttKr. Hakw, Ore
gon. t boi& ail K-tU-rs on hnines should te di
tected. Mrs. L. A. Ftii Medk-incs for fata at Whitti
n're A Co.. Albany ; Uikius A Sn, Lebanon ;
H. Ktnith. Hrrshur.
.rjit. 1 1. 1 G7 v3o5y1.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE
KEY REMEDIES I NEW REMEDIES !
Ir. ilbbou IliNpenmry.
it 1 it K E A KX KY K 17. 1.KT,
Fan FrriOci.co. Ki-Ut!ibrd
in 1854. fr the treatment d
Sexual and Suninnl lUsrsxs,
such asti' norrbtta, tJIeet t" trie-
tore, hyj InHis in ail its f rtns, f
Heminal WeakneM. ltniofeev. -
t-lr. KLin ili.-af (i.f pitrit'
ttandin) and L'lreratcd Legs
How many thousands of !er n, l-th male and
female, are there who are aufionns out a miserable
exiteue from the effects ,f secret iuJulgeutt , or
from virn ahhd into the sytn !' Look at
their ja?iil, emaiiatvd and dUnguri-d fares and
their hroken down constitutions disqualifying
tl.ctn for the haines of marriage or tbe enjuy
utent of life. In this horrid situation thousand
stiller until death rlo.es the scene. Let parent,
guardians, friends, attend to tbao who are euScr
injc with any f these horriMe life-dctroynjj mal
adies see that they are eared forandeurcd before
it he too late. Fend them immediately to Dr.
Gibbon, a pbysu-ian who has made private disease
his study fur years, and who is certain to cure the
mot iimteratc cnes without mercury orolhcr in
jurious drujrs. It is important to those who are
afllic'ed. or those who are interested in the welfare
of their friends, to he careful of the many pretend
ed doctors who infect all cities, puMishing their
skill in curing oil diseases in a few days, imposing
upon the public by using the names of eminent
physicians from Europe and other places. Be
therefore careful, and muke strict inquiry, or you
may lall int the hands of those charlatans.
Seminal Emissions, tb consequence of self
abue. This solitary vice, or depraved sexual in
dulgence, is practised by the jouih of both sexes
to an almost unlimited extent, producing, with un
erring certainty, tho following train of morbid
symptoms, unless combatted by scientific medical
measures, viz : Sallow countenance, dark spots
under tbe eyes, pain in the head, ringing iu the
ears, noise like the rustling of leares and rattling
of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weakness
of the limbs, rou fused vision, blunted . intellect,
loss of confidence, diffidence in appoachiog stran
gers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a dis
position to shun society, loss of memory, hectic
Bushes, pimples aud various eruptions about the
face, furred tongue, fetid breath, coughs' consump
tion, night sweats, monomania and frequent in
sanity. If relief be not obtained, should apply
immediately, either in person or by letter, and
have a cure effected by his new and scientific mode
of treating this disease, wbieh never Hula of effect
ing n quick and radical cure. Dr. U. will give
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 those who content p ate marriage, who are suf
fering under any of theso fearful maladies, should
not forgot the sacred responsibility resting upon
them, nor delay to obtain immediate relief.
TO THE LADIES.
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 call and satisfy
DOCTOR GIBBON ia responsible, and will give
to each patient a written instrument, binding him
self to effect a radical and permanent cure,-or
make no charge.
CURED AT HOME.
Persons at a distance may be CURED AT
HOME, by addressing a letter to Dr. . Gibbon,
stating case, syn.ptoins, length of time the disease
has continued, and have medicines promptly for
warded, tree from dawago and curiosity, to any
part of tho country, with full and plain directions
for use. By enclosing $1? in currency or $ia in
coin, in a regiatered letter through the post-office,
orthrough Wells, Farco & Co.. a nackae of med
icine will bo forwarded by express to any part of
Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, 616 Kearney street,
corner of Commercial, San Francisco. Post Office
Correspondents will plcs'se inform DR.
GIBBON that they read his advertisement in the
FOB PTJBlTOmCr THE BLOOD, '
And for the speedy core of the following complaints
erMn mnd ltrrfitln AfTeeilwe, snscb
tie Tamen, Vterrm, trtmf ISraptlsmc,
B'lmpfei), I'tialalM. Itil-he, UUb9
Zt I alias, Ht all Lln IHmvny.n.
OAKtAWD, Ind.. 6th Jane, 1359.
3. C. Ann Co. Oents : I feel it my duty to ao
Jcnowledge what your garsaparilla baa done for roe,
llavlnir Inbertted a Scrofulous infection, I bt
snffered from it In various ways tor years. Some
times it burst oat in Llcers on mr bands and arms
sometimes it turned Inward and distressed tne ttb
stomach. Two years ago it broke out on my be4.
and covered my scarp ana wuavinwie,iii
was painful and loathsome beyond deserfptioa. I
tried many medicines and several physicians, but
without much relief &om anytwhg. In &ct, tba
disorder grew won.
u At if n crn m. waa reioieea m
In i,a C.rmnfl II
:1 Messenger that yon bad prepared
an alterative (Sar iaparilla), for l anew worn year
reputation that anything you maos sw wfow.
1 sent to Cincinnati and got it, and ased it tul it
cured me. I took 1 as yon advise, In wall dosee of
s teaspoonfat over a month, and used almost tore
bottles, fcew and healthy skin soon began to fona
nnder the scab, which after a while fell off. Mr
skin is now clear, and I know by my feelings that
the disease has gon e from my system. You can well
believe that 1 fe;l what 1 am saying when I tell yoa,
that I hold you to be one of the apostles of the age,
and remain er er g ff
tit. Anthony Fire, Hoae mr lryijta
Tetter nnd Sals Rheam, geakt IjLemdp,
ItinKwornt, ir Kyt, Isropatr
Dr. Kobert M. Preble write front fcSaJem, H. T.
12th &ept,t ViW, that he bas eared an Inveterate
is e of Drftpiy, w hlch threatened to terminate fa
tally, by the persevering nse of oar arsaparilla
and aloa dangerous Malignant ErytiptUu by larg s
doses of the same ; says he cores the common Ervp
tiens by it constantly.
nramcfcax-elV, Olfro ! Swelled Necfu
Zebulon fcloan, of Prospect, Texas, writes: "Threw
bottles of your harsapariila cured me from a Goitre
a hideous swelling on the seek:, whtea J Lad suf
fered from oyct t. o years."
nerrhm m Wfcltetsvarfam Tubbs
Uterine L'lcf nation, Ftiasls Isfcasfaeaj
Dr. J. ft ft Channing, of New York City, writes
I moat cheerfully comply with the reqaest of your
agent in saying 1 hare found your fearsaparilla ft
mot excellent alterative in the ssmeroas eooa
plalnts for which we employ such a remedy, hat
especially in Female JJleasts of tbe Bcrofaloiia
diatlteti. 1 have cored many Inveterate ease of
Leucorrbcea by it, and some where the complaint
was caused by ulct ration of the tUerut. The ulcer
ation itself wa soon eared. Nothing within nt
knowledge equals it for these female derangements.
Edward 8- Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes i
"A dangerous ovarian tumor on one of the ffemale
in my family, which bad defied all tbe remedies wa
could employ, has at length been completely oared
by yoar Lx tract of garsapariil. Ourjphrtidaa
t bought notblnz tut extirriaUon eou!4 aCord relif
but be advi.wd the trial of your Sarsaparilla as tbe
la.t report before cutting, and it proved eflbctasJ,
After taking your remedy eight weeks no ymptos
of the disease remtdns."
Hyphili nnd 91erearial Dlaesue
KewOliii, 25th Aoguat, 1859. -Da.
J. C. A run: fcjr, I cheerfully comply with
tbe request of your agent, and report to yea soma)
of the effects I bare realized with yoar Sarsaparilhu
1 have cored wftb it. in my practice, most of tbe
complaints for which it ia recommended, and hare
found Ha effect truly wonderful in the care of
Vewr'ol and Mercurial IXteate. One of my pa
tktts tad SypbJii! ic ulcers in his throat, which were
eonuroing Sm palate and tbe top of hia nouta.
Your SaraapariCa steadily taken cured hixa ia lira
weeks Another was attacked by secondary trarp
toua in bis nose, aad the ulceration bad eaten aw
a eonridereble part of it, sp that I believe the die
order would soon reach his brain and kill him. Bat
it yielded to my administration of your feartaparilla;
tbe ulcers healed, and he is well again, not of coorr
without some cteLguratton to ma sace. A woman;
who had been treausi lor toe same auoraer I
eurv was sofferins: from this poieon in her
Tber had become no sensitive to the weather that on
a damp day she suffered exensciating pain in be
Joint and bones, fa be, too, waa cured entirely by
your ftarsaparlUa in a few weeks. 1 know from fta
formula, which your agent gave me, that this
Preparation from your laboratory must be a great
remedy; consequently, these truly remarkable ran
suits with it bare not surprised me.
Fraternally yours, li. V. LAKIMEU, 1L D.
R9-aimatiaa, C3eBtf Ilrer CswpUaJjst.
IxvzrzyDzycz, lreston Co., Vst, Ctb July, 13o9.
Da. J C. Aver.: Sir, 1 have been afflicted with av
painful chronic lUtumaiitm tor a long time, which
bailed the skill of physicians, and stuck to me ta
spite of all tbe remedies I eould find, until I "tried
your Samaparilla. One bottle cored me ia two
weeks, and restored my general health so much
that 1 am far better than before I was attacked X
think it a wonderful medicine. J.F1LEJHL
Jules Y. GetebeH, of St Lotilst, writes: "I have)
been afflicted for years with an o feet ion of the Liver,
which destroyed my health. 1 tried everything,
and everything failed to relieve me; and I have)
been a broken-down man for some rears from no
other cause than derangement cf the Liver. My
beloved pastor, tbe Ilev. Mr. Espy, advised me to
try your dartaparUla, because be said be knew yoa,
and anything you made was worth trying. By the
blowing of Ood it has cured me, and has so purified,
my blood as to made a sew man of me. I feel younr
asin The best that can be said of yoa is not half
Sctilrr, i'aarer Tumor, Ealasgtsseesst,
I'irrratiaa, Csuries sutd Exfclisuism mi
A great variety of cases have been reported to as
where cart of these formidable complaint bav
resulted from the use of this remedy, but oar specs)
here will not ad nut them. Some of them may ba
found in our American Almanac, which tbe agenta
below named are j leased to furnish gratia to ail who
call for them.
Drape pain, Ilrnrl Dirwac, File, EpilerJay.
Many remarkabie cares of these affections bar
been made by tbe alterative power of this medicine.
It stimulates tbe vital functions into vigorous action,
and thus overcomes disorders which would be sap!
posed beyond its reach. Such a remedy baa loar
been required by the necessities of tbe people, and
we are confident that this will do for them ail that
medicine can do.
Ayer's Clerry Pectoral,
FOX THE BIFID CUKI Or
CBgh, Cold. laflaeaza. ITaBH
t'rwttp, ISrwacsMtis, laacipleiaf Csna
aampiioa, suaai ir sue aaclscr
f Csisnptive PasiesUa -in
ad raacHl Stage
. of tae Diaeaac.
This Is a remedy so universally known to surpass)
any other for tbe cure Of throat and lung complautta.
that it Is useless here to publish the evidence of it
virtues. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs aad
colds, and its truly wonderful cures of pulmonary
ditieasc, bare made it known throughout the driv
feed nations of the earth. Few are the communities,
or even families, among them wbo have not soma
personal experience of its effects --some living
trophy in their midst of its victory over the subtle
and dangerous disorders of the throat and lanrs.
As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorder,
and as they know, too, the effects of this remedy,
we need not do more than to assure them that it haa
now all tbe virtues that it did have when making
tbe cures which 1 ave won so strongly npoa the,
confidence of mankind.
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