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SATURDAY MORNING, AUG VST 12,1871.
Corner of California and Third St».,
WHITE HOUSE SCANDAL.
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
egs leave to inform the public
that he has the largest, best, and most com
et odious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
The President’» ••Lonelj Walk”—Where
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
stages frjm the North and South leave regularly
Genend Grant usually takes a lonely [ from the U. S. HOTEL.
[Washington Correspondence New York Sun.]
walk along Pennsylvania avenue, toward
Georgetown, between 5 and (> o’clock in I
the afternoon, with his hands thrust deep
in his breeehes jtoekets, and a very red
face. On arriving in the neighborhood
of Twenty-tirst street he stops at the front
door of a buxom widow, who is employed
in the Treasury Department.
goes beyond that |M»int. The car-con
ductors, the neighbors, the passers-by gen
erally, who have repeatedly seen the j
President come up to that front door,
make all they can out of it ; but it is be
lieved that the willow who lives there
makes more out of it than all of them
The widow of Pennsylvania avenue is,
however, troubled by a rival at the Jeu
nes House. That rival is the wife of “the
horse educator of the world,” who has a
tent on the avenue, where he performs
equine wonders at prices previously
agreed upon. His wife is also a horse
tamer, and it seems she has thoroughly
brought under the bob-tailed pony of the
White House. A short time since, while
Mrs. Grant was out of town, the General
sent the horse-taming angel of the Jeu
nes House a magniticent bouquet. She
was so elated by the compliment that she
showed the bouquet all round the hotel,
and told where it came from. This made
the ladies at the Jeunes House fearfully
mad. The idea that the president of the
United States would send a bouquet to
“that woman” was too exasperating for
human nature of the feminine gender to .
bear. Of course, the fact was immediate-;
ly blown all over the city, and as a mat
ter of personal protection to the President,
it was stated in a morning paper that the
bouquet had been sent that recipient from
the conservatory of the White House,
without saying who sent it, but leaving
the impression on the reader that it came
from the hands of Mrs. Grant. What
Mrs. Grant said or did about the scandal
has not yet been made public. She has
the sympathies of the community. It is
feared by those who know her intimately
that she will not survive the Presidential
Temple of Fashion
These Pills are the most delightfully pleasant
purgative, superseding castor oil, salts, magnesia,
etc. There is nothing more acceptable to the
stomach. They give tone, and cause neither nau
sea or griping pains. They are composed of the
ini/rtdienti. After a few day’s use of them,
such an invigoration of the entire system takes
place as to appear miraculous to the weak and en
ervated, whether arising from imprudence or dis
ease. II. T. Helmbold’s Compound Fluid Extract
Catawba Grape Pills are not sugar-coated, from
the fact that sugar coated Pills do not dissolve,
but pass through the stomach without dissolving,
consequently do not produce the desired effect.
THE CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, being pleas
ant in taste and odor, do not necessitate their be
ing sugar-coated. PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER
Will be supplied with the best the market can af
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged,
for their comfort and convenience, as well as every
attention aud comfort usually found at a well kept
A LARGE I1A1X
AVE RECEIVED. AS USUAL, THE FIRST
and best stock of SPRING and SUMMER
Is attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings. G (50 DS there is to be found this side of San Fran-
Shows, Ac., and can be had at reasonable terms. cisco.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD’S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND
The Hotel is furnished with n bar room where
the very best liquors and cigars may be found, at
prices to suit the times.
Will radically exterminate from the system Scrof
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. Sth, 1871.
ula, Syphilis, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore Eyes, Sore
Legs, sore mouth, sore head, bronchitis, skin dis
eases, salt rheum, cankers, runnings from the ear,
IT IW I O JW
white swellings, tumors, cancerous affections,
nodes, rickets, glandular swellings, night sweats,
rash, tetter, humors of ail kinds, chronic rheuma
tism, dyspepsia, and all diseases that h*ve been
established in the system for vears.
Corner California and Fourth Sts.
FLUID EXTR’CT SARSAPARILLA
II THE LADIES’ DEPARTMENT,
LIVERY i SALE STABLE
You Will Find
he undersigned would respect -
tullv inform their friends and the public gen
erally that they have purchased the above estab
lishment of Mr. Dan. Cawley, which will be
henceforward conducted under their constant per
sonal supervision, and they guarantee satisfaction
to nil who may fa«r them with their patronage.
These stables are centrally located, and within
convenient distance of the various houses of public
entertainment. Horses or mules will be boarded
and cared for, by the day or week, at moderate
charges. They have the largest stock in Oregon,
south of Portland, of
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
Being prepared expressly for the above com
plaints. its blood-purifying properties are greater
than any other preparation of Sarsaparilla. It
gives the complexion a clear and healthy color
and restores the patient to a state of health and
purity. For purifying the blood, removing all
chronic constitutional diseases arising from an im
pure state of the blood, and the only reliable and
effectual known remedy for the cure of pains and
swelling of the bones, ulcerations of the throat
and legs, blotches, pimples on the face, erysipelas
and all scaly eruptions of the skin, and beautify
ing the complexion.
Of the Very Latest Styles.
Sure and (’all on Us.
Shown with Pleasure'Yj-x
May 6th, 1871.
THE NEW FOOD.
GASOLINE OIL AND LAMPS
AttheCITl’ DRUG STORE.
Agency for the
--U IK KH >! EllI-.S,
l’EKI l MEI-IKS,
1’ aints ani » O ils ,
lowest Cash Prices, und are
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU IS DIU
RETIC AND BLOOD-PURIFYING.
CURES ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM
HABITS OF DISSIPATION. AND EXCESSES
■ AND IMPRUDENCES IN LIFE. IMPURITIES
of THE BLOOD. ETC.. SUPERSEDING CO
l’AIBA IN AFFECTIONS FOR WHICH IT IS
I 8ED. AND SYPHILITIC AFFECTION8—IN
¡THESE DISEASES USED IN CONNECTION
j WITH HELMBOLD’S ROSE WASH.
In many affections peculiar to ladies, the Ex-
! tract Buchu is unequaled by any other remedy—
I as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painful-
l ness or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus state of the Uterus, Leucor-
| rhoea or Whites, Sterility, and for all complaints
! incident to the sex, whether arising from indi.-crc-
| tion or habits of dissipation. It is prescribed ex-
j tensively by the most eminent Physicians and
' Midwives for enfeebled and delicate constitutions,
. of both sexes and all ages, (attended with any of
i the above diseases or symptoms.)
highest right woman could desire. Look
HARNESS, BUGGIES A CARRIAGES
ing at his little head, contracted chest
A Glorious Change!!
and^crooked legs, I replied, “That turns
I am now prepared to furnish my patron«, and
somewhat on the character and capacity
of the father.”
J the public generally, with us
TIIE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC.
This wonderful vegetable re
storative is the sheet-anchor of
Horses broke to work single or double. Horses the feeble and debilitated. As a
boarded, and the best care bestowed upon them
tonic and cordial for the aged
while in my charge.
JEfr-MY TERMS ARE REASONABLE.-^: and languid, it has no equal
A liberal share of public patronage is solicited,
among stomachics. As a remedy
J. W. MANNING.
for the nervous weakness to
Jacksonville, Ogn., February 11th, 1871.
which women are especially sub
ject, it is superseding every other
stimulant. In all climates, tropi
Notice to Cattle Raisers. cal, temperate, or frigid, it acts
as a specific in every species of
r c ;«: pay , ne > living ij miles
east of Phoenix’ offers the services of a ther- disorder which nudermines the
ough-bred Devonshire Bull to the public, at $5 a
season. The animal is a deep red five-years-old bodily strength and breaks down
weighing 1,024 pounds.
the animal spirits. For sale by
<?. T. PAYNE.
H. T. IIELMBOLD’S EXTRACT
BUCHU CURES DISEASES ARISING
FROM IMPRUDENCES. HABITS
OF DISSIPATION. ETC.,
in all their stages, at little expense, little or no
change in diet, no inconvenience, and no exp< sure.
It causes a frequent desire, and gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing Obstructions, Prevent-
ing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying
Pain and Inflammation, so frequent in this class
of diseases, and expelling all Poisonous matter.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD’S IMPROVED ROSE
cannot be surpassed as a FACE WASH, and will
be found the only specific remedy in every species
of Cutaneous Affection. It speedily eradicates
Pimples, Spots, Scorbutic Dryness, Indurations of
the Cutaneous Membrane, etc., dispels Redness
and Incipient Inflammation, Hives, Rash. Moth
Patches, Dryness of Scalp or Skin, Frost Bites,
and all purposes for which Salves or Ointments are
used ; restores the skin to a state of purity and
softness, and insures continued healthy action to
the tissue of its vessels, on which depends the
agreeable clearne’s and vivacity of complexion so I
much sought and admired. But however valuable
as a remedy for existing defects of the skin, H T.
Helmbold’s Rose Wash has long sustained its prin
ciple claim to unbounded patrunage, by possessing I
qualities which render it a Toilet Applcndago of
the most Superlative and Congenial character,
combining in an elegant formula those prominent
requisites, Safety and Efficacy—the invariable
accouipaininents of its use—as a Preservative and
Refresher of the Complexion. It is an excellent
Lotion for diseases of a Syphilitic Nature, and as
an injection for diseases of the Urinary Organs,
arising from habits of dissipation, used in connec
tion with the Extacts Buchu, Sarsaparilla, and
Catawba Grape Pills, in such diseases as iecum-
rnended, cannot be surpassed.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Quick Cures and Moderate Char»«
DR. W. K. DOHERTY’S
Private Medical and Surgical Institute,
r -,>NPnc’-an>ento street, corner of
Leidesdorff street (a few doors below What Cheer
House.) Private entrance on Leides-
dorff street, San Francisco.
Established expressly to afford the afflicted sound
and scientific Medical Aid in the treat
ment and cure of all Private and
Chronic Diseases, cases
of Secrecy and all
To the Afflicted.
DR. W. K. DOHERTY RE-
turns his sincere thanks to his
numerous patients for their pat
ronage, and would take this op
portunity to remind them that be continues to con
sult at his Institute for the cure of chronic diseases
of the Lungs. Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and Gen-
ito-Uniary Organs, and all Private Diseases, vis ;
Syphilis, in all its forms and stages ; Seminal
Weaknesg, and all the htrrid consequences of self
abuse ; Gonorrhoea ; Gleet, Strictures ; Nocturnal
and Diurnal Emissions ; Sexual Debility ; Dis^
eases of the Back and Loins ; Inflammation of the
Bladder und Kidneys, etc.; and he hopes that hie
long experience and successful practice will con
tinue to insure him a share of public patronage..
By his practice of many years in Europe and the
United States, he is enabled to apply the most effi
cient and successful remedies agninst diseases of
all kinds. He uses no mercury, charges moderate,,
treats his patients in a correct and honorable wayr
and has references of unquestionable veracity from-
men of known respectability and high standing in
society. All parties consulting him, by letter or
otherwise, will receive the best and gentlest treat
ment and implicit secrecy.
OUR DRUG BUSINESS located in San Frfcn-
cisco, Cal. After our best wishes, and expressing
our thanks for the liberal patronage we have re
ceived for more than twenty-one years, during
which period we have been steadily engaged in the
Drug business in California, we beg to say in con
sequence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker’s
California Vinegar Bitters, now spread over the
United States and countries far beyond, we are ne
cessitated to devote our entire time to said busi
We are the Oldest Drug firm on the Pacific Coast
an<l the on’y one, continuous under the same pro
prietors since 1849, and have determined to sell
When a female is in trouble or afflicted with
our large, prosperous, and well established busi disease, or weaknesg of the back and limbs, pain
ness on favorable terms.
; in the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular
This is a rare opportunity for men with menns, ¡power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, nerv-
of entering into a profitable business with advan ; ousness, extreme uniary difficulties, derangement
tages never before offered.
¡of digestive functions, general debility, vaginitis,
For particulars enquire of
aB diseases of the womb, hysteria, sterility, and
r . li. M c D onald <t co.,
I all other diseases peculiar to females, she should
R. H. M c D onald , )
go or write at once to the celebrated Female Doe-
San Francisco, Cal. jtor, W. K. DOHERTY, at his Medical Institute,
J. C. S pencer . )
N. B. Until a sale is made we shall continue our and consult him about her troubles and disease.
importations and keep a large stock of fresh goods Irregularities, Suppressions, etc., will receive the
constantly on hand, and sell at prices to defy com Doctor’s particular attention. Let no false deli
cacy prevent you, but apply immediately, and save
January 7th, 1871.
yourself from painful suffering and premature
death. All married ladies whose delicate health
or circumstances prevent an increase in their fami-
L es. should write or call at DR. D0HERTY’’S
Dr. WALKER’S CALIFORNIA
MEDICAL INSTITUTE, and they will receive
every possible reliet and help. The Doctor's of
fices, consisting of a suite of six rooms, are so ar
ranged that he can be consulted without fear ef
Hundreds of Thousands
A GREAT M'DICAL DISCOVERY
Bear testimony to their Wonder
ful Curative Effects.
FLUID EXTRACT HUC11U,
W. L. COWAN, Druggist.
T ilde - ’ s I’ hvparations ,
D i : i <;<; is i >' Si s
August 27th, 1870.
BOUGHT & SOLD.
In the Gents’ Department,
as can be had on the Pacific Coast. Saddle horses
hired to go to any part of the country. Animals
t ‘<n . • " b s t > lheirl irgo assortment
p ,scd in pint of tlie
•. < t a nt ‘ t i rv thing kept In a
IVHtH.l.SA Lil DRl tí STORE.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
A large assortment of FANCY GOODS ; in I has cured every case of Diabetes in which it has
fact, everything vou want from a NEEDLE to a been given. Irritation of the neck of the bladder,
FINE SILK DREsS.
and inflamation of the kidneys, ulceration of the
kidneys and bladder, retention of urine, diseases
of the prostrate glands, stone in the bladder, cal
culus, gravel, brick-dust deposit, and mucous or
milky discharges, and for enfeebled and delicate
i constitutions of both sexes, attended with the fol-
j lowing symptoms : Indisposition to Exertion, Less
of Power, Loss of Memory. Difficulty of Breath-
You can suit yourself in STRAW and CASST- ! ing. Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease,
MERE HATS, Clothing of all Description, LIN i Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, l’ain in the
EN COATS, BOOTS ami SHOES, aud a general Back, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness
assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
of the Skin. Eruptions on the Face, Pallid Coun-
We call special attention to our extensive stock . tenance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular Sys-
of Ladies, Misses and Children’s California Made I tern, Etc.
I Used by persons from the ages of eighteen to
I twenty-five, an 1 from thirty-five to fifty-five, or in
All those GOODS, as well as our large stock of ! the decline or change of life ; after confinement or
Groceries, Tobacco and Liquors, will be sold at labor pains ; bed-wetting in children.
verv low prices for CASH, and to PROMPT,
! ’.I K/.VG I ’ I N TO M ERS.
Sa i Ffàicis o Cal
WHAT ARE THEY?
For a few cents you can buy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FARINE
made from pure Irish Moss or
Carrageen, which will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Puddings
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
S he had H im .—In a letter, written
On Oregon street, Jacksonville« Russe, &c. It is the cheapest,
from some place in Iowa, to the organ of
the strong minded, the lievolution, Mrs. |
healthiest and most delicious
Stanton gets of the following:
In my travels I occasionally meet men J. W. Manning, Prop’ food in the world. It makes a
who think that the chief glory of all
splendid Dessert, and has no
women is to bear children. One of these
conceited lords told me a few days since
equal as a light and delicate
Having just received from San Francisco a fincj
that his wife had fourteen children, and
food for Invalids and Children.
asked me if I did not think that was the stock of
S adness is the rust of the soul.
Can be had at reasonable rates, according to the
CITY DRUG STORE,
T he A frican R ising .—It has been
judicially decided in Washington, says
the Bulletin, that a negro is entitled to
eat in a restaurant along w ith the white
folks, whether the proprietors like it or
not. The negro is certainly getting on.
There are some white people who would
not be allowed that privilege in Broad
way eating houses.
Delivered to any address. Secure from observa
tion. Established upward of twenty years. Sold
by Druggists everywhere. Address letters for in
formation, in confidence, to Henry T. Helmbold,
Druggist and Chemist.
Only Depots : II. T. IIELMBOLD’S Drug and
Chemical Warehouse, No. 594 Broadway. New
York, or to H. T. HELMBOD’S Medical Depot,
Component Barts—Fluid Extract Rhubarb 104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for HENRY T.
and Fluid Extract Catawba Grape
HELMBOLD'S ! Take no other.
March 4th, 1871
FOR LIVER COMPLAINTS. JAUNDICE. BIL
IOUS AFFECTIONS, SICK OR NERVOUS
HEADACHE, COSITIVENESS, E tc . PURE
LY VEGETABLE, CONTAINING NO MER
CURY, MINERALS, OR DELETERIOUS
BOARD AND LODGING
E qual .—The Examiner gets ofT the
following good one : Bingham, the he
ro in the wicked drama which strangled
an innocent woman, said in his speech
the other night, that under Radical rule
the humblest individual, whether Pagan
or Christian, was equal to the President.
We never had an exalted opinion of
Grant, but regarded him as a little better
than a Digger Indian and a “heathen
Chinee,” but Bingham thinks otherwise,
and Bingham ought to know. We can
stand it if he can.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
The House has lately been re painted, and reno
vated : the rooms are newly furnished, and well
The bedrooms are supplied with
S/“ IXG REDS, and every other convenience for
the comforts of guests.
S trange F reak of F ortune .-A very 1 with single or double teams, for hire on reason
singular story has come to our notice, il- i
able terms : a so,
lustrative of the strange freaks some
times played by lotteries. A gentleman GOOD SADDLE HORSES & MI LES,
well known in military circles in this city i
Which will be hired to go to any part of
made an investment to the extent of one !
the country at moderate rates.
ticket in the Sacramento lottery.
bought and sold, and horses bro ;e to
purchased at the time the first* tickets !
saddle or harness.
were ottered for sale. He had purchased
REAMES A WILSON.
dozens of lottery tickets before, and held
twenty in the Mercantile Library
scheme, but never heretofore has lie hail
the fortune (or misfortune) to draw a
prize. He had become completely dis
gusted with his ill-luck, and had determ-
mined never to buy another ticket. Hut
when the Sacramento lottery tickets
were offered, he, under the whim of the
moment, resolved to purchase one only,
and to seal it in an envelope without
looking at the number until the drawing
should have taken place, and he could
have a complete list before him. He car- '
ried out his resolution. Last evening, !
with a full list of prizes at hand, he open- j
ed his envelope. He had been so many 1
times unfortunate that he really had no
ways on hand at the
expectation of drawing a prize, but still
he had a faint hope that his luck would
On tearing open the en
velope with an affected nonchalance,
judge of his astonishment on finding he !
Moral: If you 1
want to be sure of a lucky number, don’t
look at it until it draws* something.—A. I
j F. Bulletin.
“How D oes S he H ead ?”—The N. Y.
Day-Book has the following: A corres- ,
pondent asks how the old Ship of State
seems to point in her course, on the pres
ent track. We reply : the number of
electoral votes in the coining political
contest is 317. It requires 159 to com
plete a majority. The footings of the
votes of the 17 States known to be relia
ble as Democratic, are 151 ; the footings
of the 11 States, unmistakably Mongrel,
are 72 votes, while then.* are 9 States set
down as doubtful, counting 94 votes. If
the Democracy can carry either Ohio, i
Pennsylvania or Illinois, we are all right, i
If we can carry New Jersey and any oth
er one doubtful State we are safe. If we
can carry Connecticut anil any other one
doubtful State we are “sure pop;” and
finally, the signs are, that enough of the
doubtful vote will be given to the White
Supremacy platform to carry the ticket.
But there is labor to I m ? done. This vic
tory must be worked for.
HOW HIGH IS THAT ?
Heury T. Helmbold’s Genuine Prepara
TIIF.Y ARE NOT A VILE
Patients (male or female) residing in any part
of the State, however distant, who may desire the
opinion and advice of Dr. Doherty in their respec
tive cases, and who think proper to submit a writ
ten statement of such, in preference to holding a
personal interview, are respectifully assured that
their communications will be held most sacred.
Dr. Doherty takes this opportunity of observing
that all letters arc opened and replied to by himself
only, and the latter as promptly as possible.
It the case be fully and candidly discribed, per
sonal communication wiil be unnecessary, as in-
stiuctions fur diet, regimen and the general treat
ment of the case itself (including the remedies),
will be forwarded without delay, and in such a
manner as to convey no idea of the purport of the
letter or parcel so transmitted.
Consultations, by letter or otherwise, FREE.
E ? D o Permanent
cure guaranteed, or no pay. Address
’ Ö* W. K. DOHERTY, M. D., San Francisco, Cali
* O fornia.
(K tt ®
E < - 5 ? *
Made of Poor Hum. Whiekey, Proof Spirit a
:i nd Refuse l.iquunt doctored,spiced and sweet
ened t > piense the taste, called “ Tonics,
ers,” “ nestorers,” *c., that lead the tippler on to
nkenness a id ruin, but arc a true Medicine, made
i.i the Native Boots and Herbs of California, free
./os:i n 11 Alcoholic Stiinulauta. Tlicvarethe
> REAT BEOOD PURIFIER aud A LIFE
<:it IMS 1’IHNCIPl.E a perfect Renovator and
Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous
matt r and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain long unwell.
*■ 1 GO will be given for an incurable case, provided
the bones arc not destroyed by mineral poison or
< •.her uicaas, and the vital organs wasted beyond the
point oír pair.
For 1 .ifliitnniutory nn<l Chronic Rlicumn-
tiain mid (¡out, Dyppcpwia or Indigestiou,
Bilioti*, Reinii tent mid Intermit tent Fevers,
I)ÍNCiise<« of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Bladder, these Bittern have been most success
ful. Such Discaneu are caused by Vitinted
Blood, which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive OrgauM.
DYSPEPSIA (lit INDIGESTION, Bead
ache, l’ain In ilia Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach,
Bod taste in the Month, Biliouj, Attacks, Palpitation
of the Hca: t. Inflammation of the I.ungs.Tain in the
regions of the Kidneys and a hundred other painful
s;—are the oflspringsof Dyspepsia.
Th y p.vigorato the Stomach and stimulate the tor-
: : t’. .vera.nl bowels, which render them of unequalled
< . '.carv i i cleansing
'O the blood of all impurities, and
i.npartlng new life and vigor to the whole system.
FORSK1N DISEASES, Eruptions,Tetter. Salt
Tihcutn, Blotches, Spots, rimplcs. Pustules, Boils, Car
buncles. Ring-Worms, Scald-Bead,Fore Eyes, Eryrip.
clas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, ncuiors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name ornaturc,
rrc literally dug tip an 1 carried ont oftho system in a
chort time by th? use of the«.• Bitters. One bottle in
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Clcansa the Vitiate! Blood whenever yon find its
Impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples,Erup
tions or Sores cleanse it when you find it obstructed
and sluggish in tlic veins; cleanse It when It is foul,
and yonr feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure and the health cf the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking In the
system of so many thousands, arc cffectna’.’.y destroy
ed an! removed. Tor full directions, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed in four lan
guages—English, German, French and Spanish.
J. WALKER. Proprietor. R. II. MCDONALD & CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agents, fan Francisco, Cal,,
and 3? and 31 Commerce Street,Naw
jy-SOLD L’Y ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
DR. DOHERTY has just published an important
pamphlet embodying bis own views and exper
iences in relation to Impotence or Virility, being a
short treatise on Spermotorrhcea or Seminal Weak
ness, ervous and Physical debility consequent on
this atk ’on, and other diseases of the sexual or-
ork contains information ef the ut
most value to il, whether married or single and
will be sent rnr by mail on receipt of six cents in
postage clamps foi return postage. Address
W. K. DOHERTY, M. D.,
San Francisco, Cal.
jsn. 21, 1871.
NEW STATE SALOON
F1UIE THIRSTY PUBLIC ARE INFORMED
I that Pape & Savage of the “ New State Sa
loon ” will quench their thirst with the most choice
BEVERAGES to be found in Jacksonville for
•• one bit.” We expect to lose money by it, but
times are hard, aud wc cannot see people thirsty.
l’APE & SAVAGE.
October 16th, 1869.
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Full and explicit directions accompany the med
Evidence of the most responsible and reliable
OSEPH WETTEllER HAS NOW ON HAND
character furnished on application, with hundreds
and is constantly manufacturing the best Lag
of thousands of living witnesses, and upward of
er Beer in Southern Oregon, which he will sell in
he undersigned respectfully in -
30,000 unsolicited certificates and recommendatory quantities to suit purchasers. Call and test the
forms the citizens of Jacksonville and surround-
letters, many of which are from the highest article.
ing country, that he is now manufacturing, and
sources, including eminent Physicians, Clergymen,
Jacksonville June 5th, 1869.
will constantly keep on hand, the very best of
Statesmen, etc, The proprietor has never resort
Lager Beer. Those who wish a cool glass of beer
ed to their publication in the newspapers ; he does
not do this from the fact that his articles rank as
lanks of all description should give me a call.
Jacksonville, June 12th, 1869.
standard preparations, and do not need to be
printed with neatness and dispatch at this of
propped up by certificate«.