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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1871)
Jefferson's Old Age.
Jeff-trson's public life was now
brought to a close. He had at
tended the inauguration of his
frieni ison, his sncces
sor in the Presidency, and still was
a vigorous man of sixty-six years
ofe. lie retired to Montieello
about the middle of March, able to
accomplish the journey there on
horsuback. Here he resided through
the, remaining seventeen years of
Mr. Jefferson can not he re
proached with any fondness for
money, or for any disposition un
duly to hoard or to accumulate it.
His expenditures wei e always those
of a generous and liberal mind. In
his youth, when it could not have
been the custom for vounir men to
collect a library, we find that h
lost by the burning of his house a!
QShadvcll, books which cost him a
thousand dollars. Not discouraged
by this, during all his active life, lu
ha 1 purchased books in literature,
science, history, diplomacy, tlx
classics, belles-lettres, such as wen
important to his mental culture.
The hospitalities of his mansion.
to, had always been without stint
or bound according to the custom
of the country in whieh he lived,
an 1 this, the attraction of his dis
tiu'jcuished and agreeable soda
qu ilities, and of his important po
lith-al position, had rendered very
burdensome to a fortune which
eVu'd never have been considered
very large, and of a nature which
could only have been made to yield
any considerable income by a de
gree of care and attention which
he was never in a position to afford.
In his public life he had always
considered it (hie to the dignity oi
his high political positions, to ap
portion his expenses in a libera'
maimer for hospitality, service and
equipag". And, in fact, during hi
time, in memorv of the aristocratx
institutions which had existed,
and of the circumstances of fortm
Und dignities with which Washing
ton had recently surrounded him
self it would have hard I v been
possible for him to make anv sav
ings, either from th allowances of
his ollieial e nployments or from
Ihe income of his private fortune.
He returned, then, to Montieello
in declining life, with a moderate
income, and with great demands
upon it. The principal occupa
tionsofhis remaining years ver
the education of his grand-children
who lived with him. the manage
ment of his own estates, hospital!
ties toQinmerous guests, and inos:
of all, the writing of replies to ;
multitude of letters with which h
was quite overburdened and almos
overwhelmed. Thus for sixteei
years he passed his time, for tlx
most part in the daily duties ani;
the daily pleasures of the life of ;
count ry gentleman. The order of hi
life was at times shaded and dark
eiK'd by serious anxieties as to hi
pecuniary affairs. These severeh
grossed npDi) him during his latte
years, not so tniich lv reason of lih
leiiee, as of failure oi
the part of friends whom lie ha
trusted. Y't, notwit hstandin
tli!e things, he still reerved his
)hilosohy and serenttv ot rnntd.
and made such arrangements a
Were possible to meet his oblia
tions and preserve liis indepein!
cnee. During tin. period from 181.
to 1S2G, he h.nl also found very se
rious and continued occupation h
fnuiidin.u- the establishment of th
GlTmiversity of VirLcinia. He ha.
resumed the projects of his youth
whieh were for the edueat ion of a!
classes of white people. By iuilii
euei', constant! and un remit tin u 1
oxhiliited, the Leu"iiattire of hi
State had made grants, not indeed
so larue as lie ilem.Mided, but. stil
in l.irie and liberal incisure, to
the purposes of education, ixeaeral
y for tlie foundinir ot t he Univcrsi
fv of Virginia. The control an i
; . i - . i . t t t
oi tins estaoiisii
mi ni in us earner vears, nideid
intimation and foundation, wen
conti h-l by the State to :i bo:u'
board ot v ;s tors, upon w h cli verc
i;l a 1 to st-rve t lie most d winixuisht
men of Virginia, with Mr. Jetrerson
ns their rector and chief. To Mr.
Jefferson it was mainly due tha:
th. mot able and learmd nu'i
were induced to serve as professoi
in this institution, and that its con
stitution was ot t tie most libera,
The year 1823 found him at the
C.'isis of his fortunes and of his life.
Kiu:hty-three years old, infirm in
body, the vi'jjor of mind failing, the
embarrassments of his pecuniary
a IT airs harr;issinr, and suddenly
much Tixi'Tii ati-'u by an iinwpe -t I
loss ot considerable amot.nt, In
fbunil hiiiiself oblinfl to consiiU-r
how he shouM ntanajie to tlisjiosi
of his reiiiainiuLT ropt'rt y so as to
i;i;v lii tlebts and supply the reees
sities of living. While eivjraed in
pro posing sneti arianeinents as
occurred to him, and while his pri
vate and public friends and the
Legislatures of some of the states
Ave re occupied in devising measures
for the pecuniary relief of one to
whom they wereso much indebted,
worn with cares and disorders, he
quietly expired, a little alter noon,
on the 4th ot July, 1S20, about
fajir hours0before the death of his
compatriot and friend, John Adams
and just fifty years alter himself
and the same John Adams had
signed that declaration which, on
the 4th of July, 1770, announced
to the world the independence
America. 1 neodore larker
Thirty-five More. An ex
change in countinLr 'p Cugresman
UoweiTs wives, says there are yet
thirty-more States to hear from"
J .R. RALSTOiMl,
" IS STILL AT UTS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIX ! II STREETS
OREGON CTY, OREGON .
TXniERE HE WOULD INVITE HIS
V friends, and the public in general, to
call anl examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of ;
lints :a tsd Caps,
Having frorr many years' expeiienc
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SHAJL PROFITS
IS DETERMINED TO
FFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
S hnce the Cry of I'..r land Piices!
Oregon City, August 23th, lStiy.
J LI A PES SALOON.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MA IX STREET, Oregon City.
3et BILLIARD TABLES in OR EG OX
lave been '.iitioiiiired , ami the Proprietor in
vites the attention t J he fivers ot this
popular amusement to them.
T II E B A II I S S UP PI J ED
Vith all t!io choicest qualities of Liquor anj
.iirars. Scotch, h isii mid Horn bou alreadj
anions v Iiiskies and Punch. Also
ON I)U U till i .
3" Families supplied.
C. VV. POPE & CO.,
STOVES TIV PLATE. SHEET IRtr. A-
1LR OPl'L ;. LKAD !I''K 1 ON"
I'li'E AND FITTINGS, RUBl Ll
llUSi;. EoucE AN,) hi
l'U.MI'S ZINC, COlTKR,
BRASS AND IUUN
Also a general ussot tment ol Ilous
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOiiUING OF EVERY
DESClMi'l iON LONE iO
OR.'ER, AND AT
Vlso, at POPE'S swvc
will ti n J
I A R I) W A ! ; E AND P.ASKETS, WOODEN,
WAUL; AN D i IN A AUK, l..-N i'El.NS,
LAMi'SAMf OIL. LUtTNE AND
Niulir LAM I S. AL-0
Al. of the jl.nve ait.eles are for sale at
.'iUCLS TO tUIT TIMES.
C. W. POPE & CO.
Oreg m City Oi eyim.
' 1 : 1 v
COSMOPOLiTAN Eli) I EL,
Zieber Q. Eio!ton Propr's.
HUE UXDL! Slti v Ei) HAVI(i RE-
Huinsii.'j ami re nit d the above tiameo
:iolel, will hcnc. f nil ciiiliict. d on the
looms can be had by the Day, Veck
A RESTAURANT tu t,e House, under
. u." maiLmviiH'ut ot 1'if.RU K M AN'dE I', latt
I i he Laf t ( s te.
Ofti.ig t it loca l 'ti and co:i-tructien, n
s ifc o ost ile 1 1 a I.) Jiotf in the ( il. and
iiite..d Kt.Ll'iXO IT AS IT OL'CUT TO Bf.
t'o;rh a i i IS .guv; A a g ll
.jii i i'loia t !n "..iti l.
ZIEP.ER& liOLTviN. l'roprieiors.
fii-; i.f tin- Or. sou ami California
Ct. 21 if, Sliim'toiiiu v
II AS. HOOGE . . C1IAS. E. CALEF . . GEO. W. SXELL.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WtXDoW GLASS,
1-AA'XISES, Dh'USljrs. PAIXTEI2S
Materials, ana lrvj'jists Sundries.
97 Front Street,
S. l'ortland, Oregon.
W RTII OF
BOOTS and SHOES
COMPRISING ALL THE LEADING
California & Eastern
For Fall and
Are on hand and b
mr onst.intlv t--
1 1 , J V l ' V. LJ -
ihed at the
Philadelphia Boot Store,
U3 Front Slrtrt nni 131 First Strut.
JOHN S. KAST.
Lid"s and Gent'mor!' i..., j
VT-uers ma.ie t- nieusun-.
D.' . .i:tt'
...... j iu j0 UI.U
pi PERI A I, MILLS.
Savier, LaRoqne & Co.,
fr-Rppp mns'antjy .n h.-M-ri f'.i ale
M d ui.'s. Bi-:,n jn.,1 .:hu-krn f-'. ed. Parties
parcliaaius iced raui fmiiiali the sacks.
33. L- STORE'S,
No. 107 Frout Street,
OROIDE WATBIIES AND CI1 AIXS,
FINE JEWELRY AND blLA -LMiv iitr,.
.All at ZESTew Yoi'k Prices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY" REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
WILL DISPATCH THEIR STEAMERS
FROM OREGON CITY
At 7 A. M., every dav, except Sunday.
And 1 V. M.
Monday, Tuesday. Thurs
day and Friday,
Salem, Albany and Corvallis.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY A D FRIDAY,
t-w rer ccd zr
A. A. McCULLY, President.
Nov. 16. 1VT0 U".tt"
Carriage Fslanufactory !
The undersicned, having increased the di
mensions of Li- premies, at the olu stand
Corner of Main and Third streets.
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat-
. . i .
r'M)-, and as niaitv new cues as nav imj
i!eacd to call, tl ai lie is now prepared, w th
implc room goon materials, ami uir er
b'-t of iitcchani s, to buihl atn-w, recoii--iiict.
make, paint, iron and turn out all
omplete any sort ol a vehicle from a com
m'ui cart to a concord c- atl.. 1 rv me.
Rlaek-mithinir, Horse or Ox s! oeinr, and
ireneral jobbing neatly, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAV II) -.Ml II.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Successors of L- DiLLi:n in the Lincoln
CEO LEAVE TO INFORM TI1K Citi
zens of M e jon ('it v and surrounding
.1 . i ... . .. .1.. .... i..... i
c i .nn v, inai uiev Keep cunni.uiii.ij. on uuuu
arid tor sale, a'l k'mls of
BREAD, CR Civ E S,
CA.xES, l'A P Y,
CAN DIE - AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders pr mpt'y filled, and go ids d -liver-
el at the residence ot the pin chaser when
T o highest p. ices paid f r Butter, Eggs
ind Vegetald s.
A dbeial -hare of public patronage is re-
soecttull s die ted.
The standard rem. iy Inr t oughs, Influ
mia, Sore 7 hrit. IVhwpiri g Cough, Croup.
Jrrr Compfahit, Bronchitis, BUtdiv.g of the
LiinfrK.Hud i-veiv affection f the Throat,
Lunirs and Chest, inchulios Consumption.
I lair's liJilsaiii does not div up a
Con rh, hut loosens it. cW-anses the lunjrs
and al la v s irritation . thus removing the en use
of the CMmplaint. None trenu ne unless
si an fit 1 Ht'TTS. I'repui't d bv Sti:i V. Eowle
A Son. Boston. Sold bv Rei)inct.;n. IIo.
tettek A Co., San Frariisco, and bv dealer.
Patronize Heme Industry.
THE PIONEER CURLED HAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO sUPP Y THE
maik- twtha No. 1 arti. le of Curlt-d
Ha r tor Up olslerv work, whieh will cnn.
p re vvit.'i any imported article In quality oi
I p y the highest t rice f-r Mat es and
Tails !' lliir-p and Tails of C- s at my
store, corner Frout aDd Salni'-n stt- pts.
Portland, Ort eon.
Jacob Stitzfi.. James P. Utton.
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Uroker-t and General
Agents, Cnmer of Front and
Wash ing ton streets.
Sf W"iU attend t thpsale and purchase
ol Heal E-tate in nil pat ts of thf City and
Stte. Sp cial attenti n gireu to the sale ol
East Portland nroj ertr
Address P. O. Box 42, Portland. Oregon.
iSTlTZEL A UPTON,
9tf. Real Estate Brokers.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
' I - '. ' ' - '-.a-.. '
THEE E - PLY,
OIL - CLOTHS,
WIN DOW - SHADES,
LACE - CURTAINS, &c, &c
We IVoiil'l Call the attention of par
ties jit tiny up houses, or being in
need of anyitin in our line
To our Stock which is
OXE OF 7 Ilk LOllPLETEST
On the Ps Cosisl!
Ow Goods be'intj specially selected nt
the Factories in Enyluwl and. the
Eastern States, we can sill
AT THE LO WEST
WALTi 11 EJi:0.
No. SO Front street, bet ween Alder
35.) and Washington, l'ortland Oregoi
SEWING- MACHINES ! !
7E SELL THE SiXOER. WHEELED
Wilo t, II we, Elli;.fi-. tjn.v.-r
IViker, NN'eed. Parh.iin, l cv.-lonf, Ll 's,
(!o!d Me.lal, America i coinoina ion. Davis,
Emjiire, 'inkle A L'mus, W'j .ox A (Jibbs
wi h a cii pb'tf us i tit, latt? t improvements,
all extra attachment- and iscat ?') '.
The U il-on. l-D som. McLt-an A Hoot) r.
Uaitlnam A Fantnii, wi h outfit, improvi--
ntet.ts,.all extra att .ci.nients ;in case at $')s.
IIh- I!u - ki'Ve, moiid, A mci i''an, Hume
In. tile, l'.iistol with oiniit, taale, attach
ments and ease, at .'! 1.
Ihe Com i on Sense, Oc'airon. I'anner and
taiid marhiiies wi ii ontlit hemmei
nd tucker at f 1 '.
A com ,Ieie set
N i toy rna'-h i m s sold,
of utt lehnients fur h-mi-
mintr line, coarse and wide, binding anv ma
terial, qu ltiuir. tucking and makiiu thenex'
tuck, iiiffllii ' a:.d iratheritij-. d inn awav
wiih bast im alto-elher. Made to sil t, i nv
machine. On y tl;e coniidi te set s dd. ".
The Lamb at ".'
the ('ratio at 15 ; the
7 ; the Bickford, Amei-
ican, Essick, New Haven '20
When the money
we shij with all lrei
is sent with the order
lit charires prepaid as
far a:? the Mississippi, or sent C. O. D., n
receit of ha.t the amount, aud chargts
l. PEftuarjs & co.,
5 1 1-G STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.
$100 A MONTH
TNERGETTC PERSONS, CLERGYMEN,
j doctors, lawyer-, airents, business men,
farmer, salesmen, dealers, and all other-,
male and female willing to give their whole
time or part of it, can eisily make
I duo OR MORE A .MONTH,
by engaging in liht, h morable and staple
business, in which vo nvney is required.
Xo competition. Exclusive territory given.
References as to character required. Stamps
for return postal'-desired. Write your ad
dress in full and p'aiuly
M. A. CARTY,
NO. S15 CHESNUT STREET,
ACTIVE PERS0XS WAITED.
STEERS & H8NDE
Wholesale Dealers In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
IViues, Brandies, Whiskies, E'j,.
No. 40, F'roxt Strvet, Pohtlanp, Ortgcn.
Constanth on hand a genuine article o'
C' W sk .
Rl-ANKs-. All kinds of blanks can b
had at this office' Job Printing of erprv
description neatly executed, at short
. 1 1: o c'tnfoa of rscnl?-"? t- their i.r s.ir.
.jut f ' Newly Arrived " (-oofc, cr.n picl -.
part of t ie r.!lowir'. prticlee toff'-t er w.t
ev rv 1 !il l' kept in a well supplied WHO lit
is ALE J) K L'ii TiiE.
Fresh Btscgp. I Tuden s Fkepa-rat'?;?
F.UMS A XI OILP,
Which Tv-e ofTt r fit the
lotvcst Cafli Trices, and
arc determined not to be undersold.
B. H. McDOSAlD ci CO., EiN Fkaxcisco, CaL-
OUR DRUCr BUSINESS locnted in Fan
Era' isco, Cat. Af-er our best wishes nd
expressing our thanks lor the literal pat
uLae we have received or move than
twetitv- ne ears, dui itiir which period we
have be n stea.lilv engaged m the I) ug bus
ness in Calih rni s we beg to say in conse
quence of the rapid giowth fl)r. Walker's
;ali ornia Vinejar L tttis, now spread over
the United States and conntiies t'jr beyond,
we are necessitated to devote our entire
time to said business.
We are the Old: st Drug firm on the Pacific
Coast and the onlv one, continou- under the
same propr etors since 1S49. and have de
termined to sel I our arge, prosperous, and
well e tabli bed busincs-i on favorabl terms.
Tliis i-a raie opportunity t. r men with
meaus of entering into a profitab e business
with advantages never before offered.
Ko" particular- enquire of
r. ii. Mcdonald & CO.,
R. H McDon ald ) W h- le.-ale Di ugci ts,
J. C. Spi ncer. Sao Eranci co Cal.
X. 15. Until a sale is mad.- w shall con
tinue our imj oi tato.iis aid keep a larye
stock of fV sh fO"(!s c-nstarttlv on hand,
and sell at prices to dc'y c mpetition.
The Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKER'S C : LIFOPultfIA
ii Hundreds cf Thousands
Bear testimony to their "Wonder- f,s.5"
lul Curative inecis. .2
S 2 THEY ARE NOT A VILE "
ilFAIJCY D R I M :.,'
Made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Prot't
Spirits and Refuse liquors doctored, spiced
and sweetened ta plcasa tho taste, called " Ton
ics,"" Appetizers," ' Restorers," AC, that lead
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Toots and
Herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic
Stimulants. Tlicy are the (il! EAT ISLOOD
1'UlMFlElt and LIFE I VINO PRIN
CIPLE a perfect Renovator and Invigorator of
the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and
restoring the blood to a healthy condition. No
person can take these Eiltcrs according to direc
tion and remain long unwell.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu
matism ami Sout, Dyspepsia u- Indi
crcsliou, JSilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the lilood,
Liver, Kidneys, and IMadcler, these Hit
lers havs been most successful. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Rlood. which
is generally produced by derangement of the.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION.
Headache. Pain i.i tli3 Shoulders, Coue;h3, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad taste in the Mouth Bilious At
tacks, ralpitr.tion of the Heart, Inflammation of
the Langs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia.
Thry invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpidliver and bowels, which render them of un
equalled efficacy in cleansing the blood of all
Imparities, and imparting new life and vigor to
the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Ernptions.Tetter,
Salt Rheum, Blotches. Spots, Pimples, Pustules.
Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald-Head, Sore
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of
the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the system in a Bhort time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such
cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
Its imparities bursting through the skin in Pim
ples, Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse it vrhen you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and tha
health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lnrkingin
the system of so many thousands, arc effectually
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J.WALKER, Proprietor. R. II. McDONALD &
CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents. San Francisco,
Cal,, and 82 and 31 Commerce Street. New Vork.
SOLD BV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
' h .ii iiiin.iti'r (d' this winlcrtul un -tiicine,
cli im . to have discovered and combined in
luii nionij more of Xiliae,s moat iioveriign
mco'iful prope.rt.t than was ever before cmi
biied in ne medicine. The evidence -f t his
fai t is found in the great, variety of most
ob tin ite diseases wh cli it has been found
to c qm r. In the cure of lirortrhuis,
Se ere L-omjhs, and 1 In- early stages of Con
sri.pt on it has a lomsli-d the medic tl fa
cn! y, and hundreds of the best, jif sician.s
ro oance it the gre'ilet me'licul dtcvci ry
of the age. Whi e it cures the severest
("on-'hs. ii strengthens the s.xs'em and puu
fies t e bh'Oil. liy its great and thoruurjh
hloorf p iriiyifg pn.p-rtie. it cures all Humor
(V im me woi.-t crofntu to a common Buitrh,
I'inp'e tr Eruption. Mercurial Di-ease,
Mineral Poisons, Svp i:itic and Veneral Di--eas
-. and t ir ti'ei ts are ct adrat -d and
v'g io s hni't'i a id a son nd fori'-t'duiioo estab
lis ed. Eris.'pef'is, So It llhium, vdd Ilend ',
Eei er Sore, soil; or Eonh kin. short,
ai; t ie nii'iierous dise ,s caused t.y had blood,
are c niqiuivd by tbi p-.werlul pu; dyinji
ad invir r:t' itiij tnedi ine. For "Liver
J(,.nr,!iiit." L'l'mHs JJi--oders and Habitual
C. ' t 'p itio". it has pu duced huudreos
nor . Kl t.nil ne II 11 all C 11 1 CUl'CS Wtlire btl
me ! cim s h.ol ta 1.
The proprietor oiTt-ra l.o'i0 reward for a
int d cme tha' w 11 eqna it in the cure of all
d sease for which it is i ecommended. IV
w re of C'lutiU rfeit ai d xrnrth e$ imitation.
,ee t!ia.t mv private (iovei ninent Siamp,
which is a poxUire qunrariUe of Gt nuiaetu.-,
is upon theoi.tside wiaoi er. This medic ne
s Sold b'l Drug i t at $ (iO per bottle. J'rp
pared by R. V.'l'lKRt E. M. !., Su!e Pro
prietor, at his Chemical Laboratory, 133
r-en c. stree . IJ.iHa! , N. Y.
B HE W E E Y !
HENRY 11 U.TIBET.,
Havi g purchased the above Brew-fry wish
es to infoi in the public that he is now piepar
ed to munufacturi' a No. 1 quality of
As good as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale, Orders solicited, and promptly filled.
c ri c - 1
- t. s r, r
HI. X fi
U f ? 1 3
r " a m7 a
HENRY T. HELMBGLft'S
C cmpoiit nt Parts Flult Extract
llliubnri ntoH Fluid Etiatt
Ciitiuvbit Grape Jii '-'.
FOR LTVEII COMPLAINT?, J A CNDTCE,
P.lLlOUS AFFECTIONS. SICK OR NER
VOUS HEADACHE, t OTIVENESS, etc.
PUUKLY VEGETABLE, CONTAINING
NO MKIiCUliY, MINERALS, OR DELE
Tl;ese Pills ar the most delightfully pleas
ant purgative, su eisedmg ca.-ior dl. salts,
mag t-.s a, etc. There is noihiiig tno.e ac
ceptalde to Hie stomach. I hey give tone,
and cause neither raiisea or griping pains.
They ale composed of UtC fint-fi, irigreditit.
Aliei a tew days' use of them, such an in
vigoration ot ti.e eniiie system takes place
as to appear miraculous to tin: weak and en
ervated, whether arising from imprudence
or disease. 11. T. llelmbold's Compound
Fluid Ex.iai i Catawba Grape Pills are i.ot
sugar-coated, fri ni ti c lact that sugar-coated
Pills do not dissolve, but pass through the
sioiiuuli with-in dissolving, consequently
do not produce the defied ett'ect. TllE CA
TAWBA GRAPE PILLS, bei g pleasant in
taste and odor, d not necessitate their be
ing suuar-coated, and are prepaied accord
to rubs of lliaiiiiicv and Chemistry, aud
are not Patent Medicines.
HENRY T. HELTvlBOLD S
1110 ULY CON'CENTKATfcD COMl'OCXD
Fluid i:irael Marsaparilla
Wi.l radically exterminate trom the system
r-cr..iuia, h lis, F.vi scores. Ulcers, Sore
Ljes, ,vorc Legs, ore .Mouth, bore Head,
orwiichi.is, Ski'i Disia-es, ha.t Rheum , Can
kers, lit. nun. g- ti om the Ear, V hite Swcd
uigs. Tumors", Cane, ions Atlections NoUes,
Kick.ts, (ilauduiur Swellings, Niht Sweats,
R.i.-h Titter, liuuiuis of ah JvitiUS, Chiouio
i.heiimai ism, Dy epsia, and alt diseases
tiiat have been eaiubl.shed m the system lor
Reing prepaired expressly for tie above
. Oii.piuinl.-. Us blood purifying propel lies
me fiieaier than any o.her prepai a liou ot
csai s.ipai Hki. It gives tht complexion a clear
ami lie.illnj c Un ana li.-ioies ine laneni
t.i a state .t hiaUlianl puiily. Lor purify
ing the b.ooil, l einoviug a 11 cli . on le Cuu.. l til
i oi.ai dis ast s a. isiug irom an inij in c siute
of toe blin d. A. d i he only reliable and ei
leiiuai k .own leioeuy for he cure of pains
and ."swelling ot toe Rums, L' kei at ous of
ihe Throat ai.di.-.s, R.. tches, Pnnples on
Hie Face, Erxsipelas ail I a 1 ci!y Ll il, l:ons
ol t.ie rrkin, and lJi.aiitify iig the Couiiex
ijU. Puce, 1 ou per iitile.
HENRY T. KELMBOLB'S
ViXii) i:THcT bucisu,
THE GLEAT DIURETIC,
lias cured every ca-e ot Diabetes in which it
oas been tiiveii. Iriit itiuii of the Neck of
J lie iidne s, Uieiatioii o! the K.dneys and
lhaiidei , Releiiti n ot Urine, Di.-eases ot tlie
l'roslate tilaiol, iine m the Riadder, t.'alcu
uis, Giael, liilek-dust Deposit, and Mucous
or .Miiky Discharges. And lor Euteebled
Delicate Const tut ons cf buta Sexes, attend
ed w.ili the following s inploius : lndispo
ition lo Ext itioii, Lo s of Power, l.o:-s of
.Meoioi v, 1 i Hie n 1 1 v of Iheat.luii
.Nerves, Trembhng, Horror
W akeiullness, I'lmness oi
Vision, pain in
ilie Rack. Hot lLmus, Il isbmgof the R;dv,
lMynes- (jf the ."-km, Ei-oplion on the Pave,
Pallid Couiileii aiiee, Universal Lassitude of
me .Muscular .-y.-teoi, etc.
U.-eil by per.-ons liom the ages cf ei-ihteen
to tw nty -live, and .loin thirty-live to li tv
i i v , or in the dei lme or charge of lift- ; alter
n liiiesueiil or labor pains ; beu-wttiing in
ch.lu . em.
Helmbind's Extract iJuchu is Diuretic and
Dl.iini Piirilying, a tl t'ute- all ihsea-es ails
log liom Habits cf Dissipat on. and Exce-s-es
and Imprudences in Life. Impurities of
I e Blood, . tc. Supt iscd.ng C"paiiia ui A f
hct.oiis for wioch it is used, ami Sph litic
A llect ions I ii ihese Di eases u-ed in cuu
neclioo with Helinbo!ds Rose Wash.
LAI Hi S.
In m iny affections peculi ir to Ladies, the
Extract iiucliu is uneq ia 1 d by- any other
r.-medy as in L li.oi os,s or rete .tion irregu
arity, Paiuf uhiess or Suppression of cus
tom, ii-y Lvai iiati. ns, Ulcerated or S -h rri s
state of the Uierus. Leuconha-a or Whites,
ter;li,y, and for all i-omjilainis incidi nt to
ihe sex, whether arising from indiscretion
r habits of dissipation. It is preset ibed
xtensively by .he most eminent pinstci ins
aid midwives for enfeebled and'd.licate
consiituiions, of bo.h sexes and all ages.
II. T. HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT RUCHU
cui;es d seases arising from im-
riUiiENCES, Habits of Dissipation, Etc.,
in all their stages, at little expense, little or
no change jM diet, no inconvenience, and no
expo ure. D causes a Inquent des.re, and
gives strength to Urinate, thereby remov,ng
Obstruction . Prevent n and Cminu Stric
tures of the Urethra. Allaying Pam and In
flammation, so 'requent in" this class of dis
eases, and expelling all Poisonous matter.
HENRY T. HELM HOLD'S IMPROVED
cannot be surpassed as a PACE WASH, and
will be found ti e only specific remedy in
every species ot Cut'ane us Affection. It
speedily eranicat s Pimples. Spots, Scorbu
tic Dryness, Indurations of the Cutaneous
Men.brance, etc., dispels Redness and Incipi
ent Inflammation, Hives, Ras'i .Moth Patch
es D yne-s of Sca!n oi Skin, Frost lit s and
all pm poses lor which S.iLes or O ntments
are u.-td ; lestorcs the skin t a state of po
lity and oftness, and in sines c-n iuued
healthy action to the t ssue of its vessels, on
which depemls the agieeable clearness and
vivacity ot complex on so much sought and
almirtd. Rut ln wev, r valuable as a reme
dy for exis'ing defects ot the skin. II. J
lielmbo d's Rose Wash has long sustained
its principal claim t uubou ded patronage,
by possessing qualities which r-nderua
Toilet A ppeiulawe of the most Superlative
and Congenial eharacte, combining in an
elegant formula those prominent, requi.-iteg.
Sa.ety and Eflicacy the invaiiabe accom
paniments of its use as a Preservative and
R fresher of the Complexion. Ir. is an ex
cellent Lotion for (ii-eases of a S philith;
Nature, and as an injection lor diseases of
the Urinary Organs, aiiing from habiN of
dissipat on, used in Conneciion w.th the Ex
tracts IJuchu, Sar-ap trilla. and Catawba
Grape Piils. in sm-h diseases as reco mend
ed, cannat oe surpassed. Price, Une Dollar
Full and explicit directions accompany the
me, ii ine.
Evide ce of the most responsible and reli
able . hat acter furuished on application, w.th
hundred-, of thousands of living witn-sS
and upwaia of :jo,. On unsolicited certificates
and recommendatory letters, nmnv l whieh
arelrom the htghe-t sources, including emi
taent 1 hy-.c.ans. Clergymen. Sta-e-men etc
I he proprietor 1ms never resorted t , t ,eir
pnb icanon in the newspapers ; he d .es not
do tin, horn the fact that his articles rank
as Standard P. epai at ions, and do not need
to be pn.pi ed up bv eertilicates
HENRY T. HKLMlioLD'S Genuine Preparation-,
Delivered tuany address. Secure
Irom t bei v t i n.
E-Ublished Upward of Twenty Years
S Id by Dn.girists evervwhere. Address
-ters for into niatian, in confidence, to
He.vkyI. Hei.mbule. Druar ist and Ohemi-t
Onlv D pots: H. T. HELJIROLD'S Drug
and Clemical U arehonse, No. 59i U road
way. New York, or to H. T. Ile'mbold's Me-du,-.l
Depot, lol South Tenth Street, Phila
Reware of Counterfeits. Ask for IIENRY
T. HELMDOLD'S I Take do other. .uto
FBLNH MEDICAL CFXCE.
DR. JUL UN PERRA1ILT9,
Dr. of Meidtine of the "Vacuity of
Paris, Giacluate of tlie L'nivorsity
Queen's College, ami Pliysieian c-f the
St. Joliu BaptUte Society of San Fran
cisco. Dr. Perkaclt has the pleasure to inform
patiei.ts and oth rs seeking confidential med
ical advice that he can be consulted daily at
his office, Armory Hall Building. Noith
East corner of Montgomery and SacrametHo
streets, San Francisco, Rooms Nos. 9, 10, 11',
first floor, up strirs, entrance on either
Montgomery oi Sacramento streets.
ViC Perkailt's studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cuie of the
va-ious forms of Nervous and Physical de
bility, the result of injurious habits acquired1,
in youth, which usual. y terminate in impo
tence and sterility, and permanently induce
all the concomitants of old age. Vhere o
secret ii.linniiy exists involving the happi
ness id" a life and that of others, reason and.
morality dictate the necessity of its removal-,
for it is a fact that piematuie decline of the
vi;or of manhood matrimonial unhappiness,
compulsoiy single life, etc., have their
sources in causes, the getm of which is plant
ed in early life, and the bitter fruits tasted
long afterward; patients, laboring under this
complaint, will complain of one or more of
the , following symptoms: Noctual Emis.
sions, Pains in the Rack and Head, Vj eakr
nes- of Memory and Sight. Discharge Trom
the Urethra on going to stool or making wa
ter Intellectual Faculties sre eakenedj
Loss of Memoiy ensues, Ideas are clouded,
and there is a disinclination to attend toVus
iness, or even to reading, writing or the
society of friends, etc. The patient wilj
probably complain of Dizziness, Vertigo, and
that Si'ht and Hear ng are weakened and
t-leep disturbed by dreams; melancholy!
sighing, palpitation, faintings, coughs and
slow fevers ; while son, e have external rehu
matic pain, end numbness of the body.
Some of the common symptoms are pimples
in the face, and aching in different parts of
the body. Patients sufieiing from this dis
ease, should apply iu;ni dialely to Dr.qPer
it.U LT, eitln r in person or by letter as he
will guarantee a cine of Sem-nal Emissions
and Impotence in six or eight weeks.
Patiei.ts suffering from veneiial disease in
any stage, Conorihea, Gleet, Strictures,
Rubo, Lie rs. Cutaneous Eruptions, etc.,
will be Heated successfully. All Syphilitic
and Mercurial Taints entirely ieuioved Irom
Dk. Peukailt's diplomas are in his oflice,
where patients can .-te for themselves that
they are under the care of a regular educa
te d practitioner. The best references given,
if r equirt d.
Patients suffering under chronic disease,
can call and examine for themselves. AVe
invite investigation ; claim not to know
everything, nor to cure everyb d', but we
do claim that in all cases taken unuer treat
ment we fulfill our prom sts. We particular
ly request those who have tried th;s boasted
dort.-r, and that aoverti.-ed physician till
worn out and discouraged, to call upon us.
Low charges and quick cuies.
Lad it s suffering Iron, any complaint inci
dents to their sex, can coi.sult the doctor
with the as.-ui ance of r elief. q
1 tiniilc Monthly Pills. Oq
Dr. Perkaclt is tlie only auent in Cali
fornia for Dk. Riott's Female Monthly Pills.
Their immense sale has established their rep
utation as a female rernecy unapproached,
and far in advance of every oiler lt-medy lor
suppress ons and irregularities, and other
obstructions in females. On the itceipt cf
five d llais, tin se Pills will be scut by tria l
or ex) te-s to any part of the world, secure
from curiosity or damage.
Persons at a d stance enn be cured at
home, by addressing a let'er to Dp. Plr
u.vclt. con er of Sac r amcnto and Montgom
ery streets, Ri oms 10 and 11, or Rox VI 5,
P. O Sin Francisco, stating tie case as
minutely as possible, general habits of liv
ing, occupation, itc.etc.
All communications confidential. Iyr4p
PRIVATE KECIGAL AlC
Quick tints and Moderate Charges"
Dr. W- K. Doherty-s
He Medical t Mirgical Institute.
No. 519 Sacramento Street, corner of
Lfcidtsdcilr, o '-w doors below
I ho U hai Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on Leidrsd.. iff street.)
Establish, d E. ressly to Afford the Alil.cted
So..iid and Seientific Medical Aid, in the
Treatment and Cure of all Puvuie ard
Chr onic 1 i.-e.tses. Cases of Secrecy ur.d all
To the A III let cel.
DR. V. K. DOHEUTY returns his sircere
thanks to hi r un eioiis patients for their
patronage, and would take this opportunity
to remind them that he continues to consult
at his Institute for ti e cut e of chi oi n- dis
eases of the Lungs. Liver, Kidneys, Diges
tive and (Jeiiito-Uririary Organs, and ail
private di-ease, viz : Syphilis in all it-forms
and stagi s, Seminal Weaknes and all the
horrid consequences of self-ahu-e. 0 m rr
hcea. Gh et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diur
nal Emissions, Sexual Debil ty, Diseases of
the Rack and Loins, inflammation of the
Hl idder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hopes
that bis long experience and successful prac
tice wi;' continue to insure him a share of
public patronage. P.y the practice of many
yea-s in Europe and the United Stales, he is
enab'f d to apply the most efficient end suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kirfds.
He uses no mercury, cfarpes nioderate,trtnts
his patients in a coirect and hor orabie way,
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
h-gh standing in soc.ety. All parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the be.-t and gentlest tieatnie it ai d
When a female is in trouble, or afflicted
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sit ht.
lo.-s of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart irrit ibi ity, nervousness, extreme ur
inary diflieul ties, derangement of digestive
functions, general debility, vaginitis, all dis
easi s of the womb, hysteria, sterility arid all
other diseases peculiar to females, sheshould
tro or wn'e at once to the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. DOHFRTY, at hisMedical In
stitute, and consult him about her troubles
and diseases. The Doctor is eflectincr more
cures than any other physician in the State
of Cahf.rnia. Let no false delicacy prevent
ou, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful sufferings and premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate health or
other circumstances prevent an increase in
their families hould write or call at DR W
K. DOHERTY'S Medical Institute, ar.dihey
will receive every possible relief and help.
The Doctoi's oflice s are so arranct d that he
can be consulted without fear of observation,
To Correspondents. O
Patients residing in any part of the FtafS
however distant, who may desire the opinion
and advice of DR DOHERTY in their respec
tive cases, and who think proper to sut mit a
wi itten statement of such, in preference to
holding a personal inter view, are respectful'
ly assuied thattheir communications willfe:
heltl sacred and confidential. If the case ha
fully and o.andi lly described, personal com-0
munication will he uine essary. as instrnc
tions for diet, regimen and the general treat
ment of trie ca-e rtself (including the reme
d es), will b? forwai ded without delay, and"
in such a manner as to convr no idea'cf the
purport of the letter or parcel.
C nsultation by letter or otherwise",
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay.
DR. DOHERTY has just published an im
portant pamphlet, embodying his own view.?
nl experiences in relation to Impotencecf
irility ; being a Shor t Treaties on Sperma
torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous ami
Physical Debility consequent on this aficc
t on, nd other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value t all, whether married orsingle
and will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of
-ix cents in postage stamps for return post
W. K. DOHFRTY. M. P..
julygnly San Francisco Cal 1
VOID QUACKS. A victim f earlv in
discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decay. Ac , having tried in ram
every advertised remedy, has a simple means
of self cure, which he wll send free to b s
fellow sufferers. Address J. II. TUTTLE,
78 Nassau st., New York.
M M. K M I M V
PAT t r-y-M-inT-T- ,