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Too meek by half was he who came
A-wouiti" me one morn,
For he thought so little of himself
I learned to share his scorn.
At night I bad a suitor, vain
As the vainest in tha land ;
Almost he seemed to condescend
In the offer of his hand.
In one who pressed his suit, I missed
Courage and manly pride ;
How could I think of such a one
As a leader and a guide?
And then there came a worshipper
With all such undoubted trust
That wh.-n he knelt be seemed not worth
Uprising from the dust.
The next was never in the wrong,
Was not too smooth or rough ;
So faultless, so good was he
That that was fault enough.
But one, the last of all who came,
I know not how to paint ;
No angel do I seem to him
He scarcely call me saint!
He hath such sins and weaknesses
As mortal man befall ;
He hath a thousand faults, and yet
I love him with them all !
Qn never asked me yea or nay.
Nor knelt to me one hour:
But he took mv hand and holds my hear,
" With a lover's tender power.
And I bow. as nerds I must, and say,
In proud humility. ,M.,t
Love's might is right, and I yield at last
To manhood's royally.
A Tragedy in Wisconsin.
Another tragedy! Kenlly, it is
astonishing how wickcl the world
is becoming, notwithstanding the
so-called vaunted advances of civi
lization. To those who are accus
tomed to live in a comparatively
pmall community, who hreathe
the atmosphere of contraction, it
would appear well nigh impossible
that events of so momentous a
character conld be chronicled ; yet
so it is. The latest we are caHed
upon to record is the case of J.
Allan JJarber, a yn-ominent attor
ney of Lancaster, Wis., and father J
j.cy v.i ...v.ii. , ' . ,-,-.,!
Ot a lare iamuy, W no ictuvu mi ,
the rest of hi.S household on llllirs- 1
Anxr f.vntnnrf hist Pllrin" t llC
day e c ning last. nu u
nhdlt, his eldest son, aged 20, arose j
from his bed. in a lit of insanity, !
and procuring a kuah, vium en
sleeping apartments of his broth
ers, cutting their throats, and
finally inflicted sundry cuts
npon his own person which con
fined him to his bed, and may,
mostD probably, eventuate in his
death, lie this as it may, the
crime was an awful one, and it is
onlv to be regretted that the
accomplished btate Ot V 1SCOHSU1 ;
Should have Jtassed J law which j
does away with the penalty of j
deatll in cases of murder. True, ;
.i -i i ;,,.,1imii-u.Mil
Cthe murderer may he pronounced .
insane, but alter all It IS a hard
liiattcr tO COimiCllC'!)l whtve mur- i
, 1 . I
Ulor ends and tnsanuv uenuis..-
JJubuquc llerabl, July 10
HOW THE TlMI'.ER GoES. The '
' . . " ' -I I
present consumption or wood in
the United Mates is enormous.
One hundred thousand acres o
the best timber IS CUt every year j
. , -i -i -l .
to supply the demand for railway
For railroad build-
mgs, reairs and cars tne annual
exjtenditure in wood is thirty
eight millions of dollars. In a
single year the locomotives in the
United Status consumed fifty-six
millions of dollars' worth of wood.
There, are in the whole country
of more thatl four hundred thousand
O .. . , ! ....l..,.
ill llit.!) til Vi I'U'l j iiiinj I
ni-tivoiiL- in '.-A, 'UK II lilt V .1 I tit. ;
their labor is one thousand dollars
a year each, the wood industry ot
the country represents an amount
c i i....wl .....1 , aiK rt '
ot nearly hve hundred millions oi
dollars per annum.
S kx ate. The Ch icago
Tribune says the extravagance
and wanton waste of money by
the Senate are notorious and should
l.e e.lieek9l bv tlie neonle. There
are needed some men
OI atnlll V 1
and firmness in the Senat e who j
n 1 111,- , .: f ........v . tlwj tueieon since t tie 1st dav or January, ls(7.
Will ldlv lCMt and e.pOe .th!bosides the COst9 ani d,sburSm,ts in said
recklessness ot ex'iense. Any one j action.
of the seventy-two Senators can
win for himself a national reputa
tion who will take upon himself
the duty and labor of vigilantly
exposing and vigorously opposing
the responsible mode of appro
priating public money jiracticed by
that body. Ste. Union.
There' is no use in seeking to
make an honest man out of a
mongrel otlicc-holder. It can't be
A dentist presented a bill
for the tenth time .to a rich skin
flint. " It strikes me," said the latter,
"that this is a pretty round bill."
"Yes," replied the dentist, "I
have sent it round often enough
to make it appear so, and I have
now called to have it squared."
M3ss Louisa Stratton, of Cass
County, Ind., challenges any man
in the" State to a plowing match
with her. he proposes a two
horse team, each competitor to
drive the horses and hold the
Agents ! Read This !
TE NV"'L PAY AGENTS A SALARY
of$3t per wtrk and expenses, or
ait w a commission, to sell our new and
Address M. WAGNER & CO., Marshall
Mich. May 2So,2
WILL DISPATCH THEIR STEAMERS
ROM OREGON CITY
FOIL PORTLAND :
At 1 P. M., every day, except Sunday.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
For Salem, and Dayton.
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
A. A. McCULLY, President.
Aug. Cth. lSCJ.f40.tf
In the Circ uit C ourt ot the State of Oregon,
lor the county of Clackamas,
Patrick Daley, Plaintiff,
Samuel Wixson, defendant.
To Samuel Wixson, the above named de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Ore
gon : You are hereby required to appear
ana answer the complaint (ilea against you in
said Court iu the above entitled action, with
in ten days after the service of this sum
mons upon you, it served in Clackamas
county, or twenty das if served in any other
county in said State. And unless y u so ap
pear and answer said complaint in said time,
or on or before the hist day of the term of
said Court, commencing next after the expi
ration of six. weeks from the publication of
this summons, to-wit :
On the Fourth Monday in October, J.D. ,IS70,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
,.elie, demanded in the complaint, to. wit:
Judgment against you, Samuel Wixson for
V,u" 10- 111 U- S" old coi" aUl1 merest
tJiere9!1 MUCa the 13Ui of. AH.iu 1SHy at (en
percent, per annum, ami also for the further
sum of is-ls si-k, in U. s. gold coin, also
for costs and disbursements ol this action.
By order of Hon. W. W Upton, Judge ot
JOHNSON & McCOWN,
Att'ys lor Piuiut.ff.
Aug- 13, 1870:wG
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
lor the county of Clackamas.
Charles Logus, Plaintiff,
u ioenm ana .uary isocnm, lerencunts.
Ttt!je above named Ma:y Boehn, defend-
Vv the name of True state of oii-
J- egon : You a iv hereby reqn red to a;-
pear and answer the co.'npluint. film ar;iinst
jn above f g
days after the service ot this siuumons upon
J'011' if served in Clackamas county, or tvveu-
tv iliivs it served m any otiier conn v in sa d
State, and unless you appearand answer said
complaint in said time, or on or beford the
first day of ihe term of said Court, com
mencing next after the expiration of six
wee'is lro:n the publication of this summons,
to w it :
On the Fourth Monday in, October, A. D. ,1870,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint, to-wit:
le foreclosure ot a mortgage given uy y
and Jacob Boehni, defendants, dated, 14
dav f M ., lH; otl ,uts nuinbered 4 a
in block numin-red zt,u viivon V.ily,
also, for costs and disbursements ot thi-s suit.
Uy order of Hon. W. W. Upton, Judge of
JOHNSON k McCOWN,
Atty's for Plaintiff.
Aug. 10, 1S70:w6
In the Circuit Court f the State of Oregon,
tor Clackamas countv.
DAVID C. WILLS, Plaintiff,
W. C. WILSON a-id
DANIEL WILSON, Defendants:
' Tn li ( Vll.'l W t '. I V II I
A ""u'" "n-ou.', one oi me aoove
T N THE name OF THE STATE ofohf-
.wi,t"" 'i"twt iiw cLiiti fe'j'iiieti
to appear, and answer to the complaint tiled
against you iu the above entitled action, on
or beiore the first day of the next regular
term of the said Court, following six weeks
publication of thisi summons, to-wit : on or
before the fourth Monday in October, ls7o;
and if you fail so to answer, fur want there-.-t
ho ii!..,;,..;!!' ...i-. :.. r . .:
imT TT"ll, ..I'.. Ii. .1 iihi' .... .4
you for ti e Slim of firn t.nndrod ,m.1 u..n.
L"- ni,ie dollars, in 'dd coin, and interest
P-.blished by order of Hon. W. W. Unton.
KELLY & REED,
Att'ys ior Plaintiff.
August C, !S70:wO
"MIE PARTNERSHIP HEUKTOFORE
existing between William Sineer and
M. Wt rtheimer, under the him name of
Singer & Wertlieiiner, lias been di-solvtd
by mutual consent.
M. WERTHEl M Eli.
Oregon City, July 23, lS7u:jn3o4
In the matter of the Estate of John Giibble.
deceased; in the 'aunty Court for Ciuck
amas cout.ty. State of Oregon.
rpilE EXECUTOR OF SII) ESTATE
L baviiii? hied his exhibit lor final settle
ment thereof, it is ordered by the Court that
the 5th day of September, A. D.. iS7o, beset
apiirt for said llal settlement with A. E.
Gribble. the Executor thereof. By order of
lion. J. K. Wait, Countv Jndtre.
J. M. FRAZER,
Dated, Aug. 5, 187o-.w4
IS HEREBY GIVEN TH AT THE UNDER,
signed has been, by the County Court f
ehickamas cou..ty, appointed Admistrator,
with the will annexed, of the estate of James
L. Loiing, deceased. All per-on- having
claims against said estat-, are required to
present them to the undersigned, in Port
land, Multnomah coimtv. with the proper
vouchers, within six months from the date
Portland, Oregon, July 10th, 1S79.
W. W. CHAPMAN,
13. L. STONE'S,
Jo. 107 Front Street,
tiattti tu 4 tot t i v t a.t i nir v
.All at jSTew York Plaices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. juOtf
JAS. K. KELLY,
J. n. REED,
Residence corner of
Columbia and 7th sts.
Residence, Columbia st
bet. 2d and 31 sts.
Jas. K. Kelly and J. H. Reed, under the
firm name of
KELLY & HEED,
Will practice law in the Courts of Oregon
OUice on First street, near Alder, over the
new Post office room, Port. and. (40tf
J ANSING STOUT.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,"
Office Under the United States District
Court Room. Front street. 40tf
pAGE & THAYER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE In Cree's Building, corner of
Front and Stark streets, Portland. S'2:tl
J. F. CAPLBS. J. C. MOKELAXD.
CAPLES & MOPELAND,
ATTORNEYS AT LAY,
Cor. FRO 1ST and IVASIIIXGTON Sts.,
JUGEXE A. CROXIX,
ATTORNEY A T ZA 7U,
Rooms 7 and S C'ai-ter's I'.lock,
46. PORTLAND, OREGON.
I I W. ROSS, M. I).,
Fhysiciaa and Surgeon,
"Office on Main Street, opposite Mason
ic Hall, Oregon Citv. lytt
J J SAFFARRANS,
Fhysician and Surgeon,
Office at his Drujr Store, near Post
Otiice, Oregon City, On-g-m. 13M
Permanently Located at Oregon City Oregon
ROOMS With Dr. SalTarrans, on Main st.
yy II. W ATKINS, M. D ,
SUUG BOX. Poktlaxd. Orehc n.
OFFICE Odd Fellows' Temple, corner
First and !der streets Residence corner ol
Main and Seventh streets.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
PltUCTOlt AISD 8ULICITOU.
Practices in State and U. S. Courts.
Ojjlce Xo. 108 Front Street.Por'hnid, Oregon.
Opposite McCormick's "ook Store.
JENT & PLUME Y,
DI PENSERS OF
Choice Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Main st., Oregon City.
Call, and Robert Potter will show you
through the establishment. 13tt
W. F. EIGIIFIELD,
Established since 1849, at the old stand,
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon.
An Assortment of Watches. Jew
elry, and Setb Thomas" weisrh'
Clocks, all of which are warranted
to be as renresented.
Repairuifrs done on short notice,
md thankful for past favors.
"Live and Let Live."
JTIELDS & STIUCKLER,
COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ac,
CHOICE WINES AM) LIQUORS.
'4F"At the old .-taud of W'oitm.in & Fields
Oregon Cit , Oregon. 13tf
Ao. 100 FRONT STREET,
ildch And Jeweler.
And leaW in CLOCKS, WATCHES. AND
JEWELERS GOODS. Arent for Wilcox &
(iibbs' Letter "i" Sewing Machines, whicv
are now oeins sold singly at cost, or wholh
sa'e less than C"St. Otiier goods at gr ate
reduced rates. f-bUfl
Tdv City Drayman,
aS2tf5 OR EG 0 X CITY.
ft. All orders for the delivery of merchan
dise or packages and freight of whatever des
..i..fi... try .inv n-jrl rtf 1 1 . . . : . -1 i i
niH""i . c-" " mc 'j', wuioeexe-
; ciC.ed promptly and wit! care.
Physician & Accoucheu e.
CR. KIARY P. SAWTELLT"
OFFERS HER PROFESSIONAL SER
vices to the peoi le of Orego--; Cit and
vicinity. Re-idence in the country,' ten
i miles east oi Oregon City.
' May H:tf
CHAINS AND lilXGS. OT.nnKS
FIXE JEWELRY AXD SILVERWARE.
JOHN MYERS. II . C. MYERS.
F. MYEKS & BRO.,
TJNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS Sc S5SOES,
We also constantly keep on hand
SALEM CASS IMF RES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we will sell at the Factory Prices,
and will take wool in exchange.
RfWe will also pay the highest price for
Butter, Egis, and all kinds of good country
produce. We will fell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o- its equivalent in good
J63T Give us a call and sati.-fy yourselves.
Over 20,00 Persons
Testify to the Wonderful ernes of
Dr. J. W. MURRAY'S
Balsam fcr t!io
Liver and Blood.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY.
Ove of the Celehratfd. Physicians of Portland,
so y he, it; cured of the Lung anil Liver cujit
plaint. and that he tirrni his life to Dr. Mur-
' Lung and Liver Balsam. Read n hat
he nays : Pohtlaxd, May 2. 1m!!.
I hrsve tried Dr. J. W. Murray's
Lnnj and Liver Balsam. I used it in my fam
;ly with the best of success. 1 was sick for
some months, and used every remedy. I
railed several physicians, but thev did me no
jood. I exhausted every remedy known to
the medical profession, and received no ben
efit. This Luiiij and Liver Bilsiin cured me,
ai d I do not heMlate to recommend it. to the
public and my friends, as a good and safe
rem dv. Th"se who kn.w me, as many do
in this Stat -, kimv that. I wotdd not i ec."iu
mend them to use a thing that ! as 1:0 merit,
because I am opposed ! quack ienn d.es.
G. W. IJROWN. M. D.
For sale at BELL & PA RKER S. and
at ail Drug Motes on the J'ac.tic Co&st. ttf
Savier, LaEoque & Co.,
on eg ox CITV.
tt3Keep constantly on hand f sale, flour
Midlmirs, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
parching feed must furnish the sacks.
JOIIX II. SCII RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Main Street, Oregon (ity,
flfS" Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State He
particularly request that an examination oi
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the pubib- that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As srood as can be obtained anywhere in the
"Stale. Orders solicited md promptly filled.
JOIIX 31. BACON,
lays cud cij 9
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY. &c, &c,
Oregon City, Oregon.
At Ch'ir?7ia - Il'rrner's old stand, lately oc
cupied by S. Ackerman, Main street.
g II A DES SALOOX.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIN STREET, Oregon City.
Bern , BILLIARD TABLES in OREGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention f the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T H E B A Ii I S S VP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquor an.f
Cisrar. Scotch. Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
STONE ALE !
SS'B" Families supplied.
JEW YORK HOTEL,
o. 17 Front Street, nppos:te thp Mail steam
ship landing, Portland. Oregon.
H. E0THF0S, J. J. WILKENS,
Board per Week f 5 00
" " " with Lodging 6 00
' Day 1 00
PAPER - HANGINGS,
LACE - CURTAINS, &c, &c
We Would Call the attention of par
ties fitting tip houses, or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
OXE OF llth COMPZFTEST
On (lie IPsieitflc Cosist !
Ow Goods being specially selected at
the Factories in England and the
Eastern States, we can sell
AT THE LOWEST
WALTER BRO . ,
No. 80 Front street, between Alder
35.) and Washington, Portland Oregon
Near Morrison Street. Near Yamhill.
EAST & CAIIALIN.
New Stock of Boots and Shoes
Rest Sipltctiou in I he City!
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Benkeit', Tirrell's, Foirjr's,
Houghton &, Coolidire's. Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of gents' and bovs'
wear. .Also Mile's, Sieberludi's, Burl's,
San Francisco and custom-made ladies and
Our customers and the public in preneral
are invited to call and examine our stock,
which we will sell cheaper than ever.
P. S. - Boots made to order, and an assort
ment of our make constautlv on hand.
W WAG OX
Carriage EV!anufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of hi-, premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets
Oregon City Ore;
Takes this method to inform hi'' old pal
rous. and as manv new ones as inav be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, w th
ample room, good materials, and the very
bet of mechanies. to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
niim cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Black-smithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
reueral jobbing nratlv, ntucklv and cheap
ly done.' DA VID SMI 11.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Successors of L. Dii.i.fr in the Lincoln
IFCr LEAVE TO INFORM THE CTTI
3 ze.os of (ire-jon City and surrounding
ciimtrv, that they keep constantly on hand
and t r sale, all kinds of
BREAD. CR CKEI?,
CAN DIE - AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, and roid deliver
ed at the residence of the purchaser when
Ti.e highest pi ices paid fur Butter, Eggs
A liberal i-hare of public patronage is re
April 23. 187o:iy
A. G. WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Ku. 5 AVanhiiigfoii Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
STEERS & HIUDE,
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, Et
No. 40, Frokt Street, Portland, Oregon.
ConsTant.lv on hand a genuine article ol
CHAS. HODGE. .CHAS. B. CALEF. . GEO. W. SXELL.
HODGE, CALEF a Co.,
DEUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VAEXISIIES, BRUSHES, PAINTERS
Materials, ana iryggisW Sundries.
97 Front Street,
J. R. R ALSTON,
IS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
TTIIERE HE WOULD INVITE HIS
T T friends and the public, in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
Boots siaatl SSaocs,
HslXs and Caps,
many years experience
THE SECBET OF SUCCESS
LIES IU SMAIL PE0FITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Sihnce the Cry of Por.latid Piicea!
Oregon City, August 2Sth, lsti'.
WALL A3! ET
And Eoiler Builders !
North Front and E sts
hM t i,;ttii-ii(
HESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
Couch's Wharf, and hare facilities for tum
iiii; out machinery jiromptlv and efficiently.
e have secured tlie services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years ijives
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purposes. We are prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOCKING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QL'AKTZ MILLS ! ! MINING PUMPS ! !
Ala nn fact 11 r and Rj, air Machinery of all
lin.ls. IROX SHUTTER WORK at San
Francisco c(j4 and freight. Wheeler d' Ran
dall's Patent Oriiidrr aril Amalgamator.
! nliar ' and Stecen's Self Ad j nstitig Patent
1'ixton Parking , either applied toithl or neic
strum ryli ruler. Jmrrtz ."tum jiers, A'e and
d.Us. if the hest hard iron- 3:1
K. F. 11P-SELI.,
C. P. FKRItT,
Xi,ta y Public
usseli l Ferry,
real estate brokers
Northwest corner of First and Washington
Q FECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
1 Sale of Real Estate. Collections made
in Oregon and Wasbii gton Territory.
A large amount of desirable Citv Pron
erty, Town Lots, Improved Farms. Stock
Ranches Timber Lands Ac. situated in the
!est portion of Oregon and Washington
Territory, for sale mi reasonable terms. "
Special attention is called to a large amount
FULL ABSTRACTS OF TITLE AT THE
BRANCH OFFICE, ON
MA1. STREET, ((REGOX CITY,
At the office of
JOHNSON & McCOWN,
Real Estate Brokers.
No f xpense incurred unless a sale is made.
LAUDEN & M RANGE'S
For the instruction of
Middle-ged KEen, Yoncg Men
In the branches of a Business Education.
rpiIIS IS WITHOUT DOUHT A MOnT
J thorough and efficient Institution, and
has made for iisf-lf a name in Oregon of
which its friends are ju.-tly proud. '
The branch, s which stand out prominent
ly in the cuniculuut of study are
COM ERCIAL ARITHMETIC,
COMMERCIAL T A w
A most thorough practical department is
m constant operation, in which are com
pr sed all the minutiae of business affairs.
Students can enter at any time. No va
Call at rooms; corner of FRONT and AL
DER streets,, or send for a circular contain
ing full information. Address,
LAL'LIEN & DePRAKCE.
USTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
tion, printed at the Enterprise office
TBENCH MEDICAL OIJIiV
DR. JULIEN PERRAlilT
1. w I.I . . . .
Dr. of JIecieiie of the
M. " , - - - - " . " " Villi,, t
Duvl. firntlnllf f 4 li m. T i '
Q,neen4s College, and Pli-gi iaicf J1
St. John Ilaptite Society ol uuFran.
Dr. Perraclt has the pleasure to infr ,
patients and othi rs seeking confidei ti&i n
ical advice that he can be tonsud da.'i
his office, Armory Hail Ludding. v',-.
East corner of Montgomery and SacratitEt
streets, San Francisco, Rooin Nos 9,1 , V
first noor, up sinis, enuai ce on eitlitr
Montgomery ot Sacramento streets.
tilt. J KRKAi LT s stuuies nave oeen ulnmst
exclusively devoted to the cuie m tl,e
various lorms ot nervous ana i iiysiu
5rd v iv,
bility. the result of injurious habits
in youtn, wiacii usual y ternniiate in
tence and sterility, and permanently
nil ilic tuiiLi'iiiittima ui cijic. i utv
..ii ...... ; ,v TT-.
secret n hrmity exists involving the
ness ot a lite ana lliut or otijers, reasoii
morality dictate the necessity of its ren-tv '
ior ii is a iaci mat pirmuiuie ueciir,e of i; I
vigor of manhood in at run on lal utihapi l
compuisoiy single me, etc., r.ave tu
sources in causes, the gei m of which is t '
eu in eany ine, anfi me unitr iruits xu
long afterward; patients, laboring undti f
complaint, will complain of one or nn
the following symptoms: Noctuai f ,
sinus. Pains in tLe Bai k and Head. W.v
ness of Memory and Sight, Discharge li
the Urethra on going to stool or nukim. J
ter, Iiteihctual Facvltics ere Weuktitj
Loss of Memory ensues, Ideas are clor-dtf
and there is a disinclination to attend tel s
iness, or even to reading, writing cr rt
societv of friends, etc. The t-niicnf ..
probably complain of Dizziness, Vert sij
that Sight and Hear ng are weakeiad rid
sleep disturbed by dreams; nielaia r
sighing, j)alpitation, famtings, coujrl -slow
f evers ; while some have extni al ?t5
mafic pain, and numbness of the t-i(T
Some of the common sympioms are in ry
in the face, and aching "in different y.wt
the body. Patients suffering from tliis,
ease, should apply immediately to I!r. l ;
ratlt, eithr in peisou Or by letter &i"
will guarantee a cine of Sem;nal Emibtiu
anil Impotence iu six or eight weeks.
Patients suilerii g from veneiial diffaei'
any stage, Conoiihea, (ilett, Stnctin,
Bubo, Ulc' rs, CiitoiM ous Erujitions, t',
will be treated successfully. AJ) SjjL
and Jlercurial 1 feints entirely ken.ovetl lkt
Dh. Pehravlt's diplomas ate in hiscCc
where patients can see lor tl tn sthiM'
they are utdi r ihe caie of a reguh-r u ,
ti d prat-tit inner. The best leititiict s
if requirt d.
Pat ieuts s ufffririg under chroriic cinr
can call and examire for thinistlvis
invite investigapon ; claim not to I A
everything, nor to cure e 1 1 b- iy, 1 u;
do claim thi't in all casts taken unoer tn '
met:t we fulfill cur picm sts. VeparTita.
ly recjutst those who h:ve tried Hi s t .
dot-tor, and that advertised 1 ricmn
worn out at.d d.sc-uiagt!, to call ijil ,g
Low charges aiid quick cures.
Ladh s sufiering I roc anv complaint ia.-.
dents to their sex, can ci tuit the tw.
with the asr-ui ance of relief.
I"CM!StIc JJojuliIj- Pills.
Dr. Perhavlt is the onl- agent m
lornia tor imi. jliott s Jreiiia.'e 3'&iiliiiv
Their inittiene sale has established tl t ,: ;
utation as a female ien:ecy ui:,-,n ,i,
and far in advance of eveiy oil. cr im icvi
suppressions and irregularities, and tv
obsti uctions in females. On the rce:vt
five di llais, those Pills will be Pei t b
or express to any part of the world, --u
from curiosity or damage. O
Persons at a distance can be ei rd v.
home, by addressing a letier to Da lv
rai'lt, on er of Saci r.n;ento and jb-n' 'i
cry streets. Rooms 10 and 11, or L't :" .
P. o S-.m Francisco, stating tl c -t t
miiuiffly as possible, general haliifji f t
log. occupation, etc.. etc.
All communications confidential- lyrip
PRIVATE EEIICAL AID.
Quitk tines and federate Cla.igr.
DR. W. K. D O II E R T YS
PiivatK rlt-tli-arl antl Ssmgic ii
Below MoN'l (iOMERV, cpp-iOiie the
Mail Stoauiship Company's Ofiir.e
(Private entrance Leadesd l ff str et !
Establish! d Expressly to Aflbrd the M'Sfil
Sound and Srietitihc Medical Aid, ir the
Treatment and Cure of all Pnv i.
and Chronic Diseases, Cases oi
Secrei y. and Sexual Dsoiuers .
DR. W. K. DUlIEliTV re; urns his ..t
thanks to hi- l.uri erous patients ItfiLer
patronage, and would take this -jpo?tunitT
to re in ind them that he continues to .'9f.su.:
at his Institute for ti e cuie of hrorfc-!i.-eas
s of the Lungs. Liver, Kidneys, Digtg
tive and G reniio-Urinarv Orcrans. r-ai
private disease-, viz : Sint-ilisin all it .t in-
and stages, Seminal Vv'eakne s and
horrid consequences of self-abuse. (
htt-a. (ih et, Strictun s, Nocturnal anC
nal b. missions. Sexual Deb lily, Pise:
the Back and Loin?, inflammation
Bladder and Kidneys, etc ; and he
that Ins long experience and successfu
lice will coiiiinue to insure him a si
public patronage. By the practice of
years in Europe and the UnitetrStates
cnab'ed to apply the most tfficient an
cessful remedies atrainm diseiisps nf nil 1. i
He uses no mercury, charges model ate,f :: !
his patients in a coirect and honorubie '
and has references of unquestionable vc ci
ty from mm of known respectabi itvand ,
high standing in society. All parties
suiting him by letter or othei wise, will rt- .'
ceive the best and gentlest tieatme t '
' When a female is in trouble, cr p.flltcfw
with disease, as weakness ot the back end
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sit
loss of muscular power, palpitation f tb'i
heait irritabi.ity, nervousness, extreme rr
inaiy difficulties, derangement of digeti ?
functions, general debility, vaginitis, all di
east s of the womb, hj steria, sterility and a!
other diseases peculiar to females, she should!' -'
go i r b n'.e at once to the celebrated female
doctor, V. K. DolH-RTV, at hisMedical In
stitute, and consult him about her trouble?"
and diseases. Th Doctor . is efiectiog more
cities than any other physician in the' State -6f
CiiEf'Tliia. Let no lalss dr-Mr-av nrcvprt
you, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful snffeiings and premature deaih.
All married ladies, whose delicate health cr
other circumstances prevent an increase n
their families should write or call at DR. W
K. DOHER'i Y'S Medical Insti ute, and tLey -will
receive e very po-sible relief and help.
The Doctor's offices are so arranged that he
can be consulted without fear jf observations ;
Patients residing ia any part of the Ffafe
however'distant, who mav desire the opinion
and adviceof DR.DOliFRTY in their respec- I
tive cases, and who think proper to sutmit a I
written statement of such, in preference t o ?
noiding a persoi-al interview, are respectful
ly assnied that their con rnunicatu ns wilile
held sacred and confidential. If the case Le
fully and candidly, desciibtd, persona! com
munication wili be un net e.-sar . as instiuc
tioiis for diet, regimen and the general treat
ment of trie case itself (including the reme
dies), will be forwarded without delay, and
in such a manner as to convey no idea of the
purport of the letter or parcel.
J8rsConsultation by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed oruopsj
DR. D0HERTY has just published an im
portant pamphlet, embodying his own view?
and experiences in relation to Imj otence of
irility ; being a Short Treaties on Sj-eiroa-torrhoea
or Seminal Weakness, Nervous, W
Physical Debility consequent on this afitc
tion, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information ot the
utmost value to al!,whetber married orsinple
and will be sent FREE by mail on reewpt of
six cents in postage stamps lor return post
W. K. DOHERTY. M.
julySOly San Francisco, Cal.