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The Fortieth Congress.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID ELECTROPATHY INSTITUTE
Medicinal Properties of
The nuncdimiltis of tho Fortieth Congress
FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHE
645 Washington Street,
should be the humiliating confession that it I
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1st, ISfiff
Quick Cures and Moderate Charges.
has done the things it ought not to have done
IS A CERTAIN CURE FOR DISEASES OF TIIE
I and left undone the things it ought to have
DB. W. K. DOHERTY'S
done. It dies without ever having tried to
When he told me that he loved me.
do its duty. It has specially neglected the, Private Medical and Surgical Institute
L et IT BE DISTINCTLY BORNE IN MIND
’ Twas the flowery time of .May ;
very things which its party declared to be im Sacramento street, below Montgomery, opposite th
Medical Institute wish to thank the public for
I put roses in my ringlets.
perative. It took particular pains to rid it-' Pacific Mail Steamship Company’s otiice.
that HOSTETTER’S BITTERS is a MEDICIN
the generous manner in which they have sustained
And went singingall the day —
Private entrance on Leidesdortl* street,
the Resident Physician with their patronage. It AL l’REPERATION, not a BEVERAGE, and
self of the obbligations which its party as-!
When he told me that he loved me,
is now six years since the Institute was established; that it is entirely free from the attributes which t
sinned to be the special business of this Con
•luring that time there have been over 1111RIA.
Ln the pleasaut month ot May I
S an F rancisco .
gress. It has done nothing to revise our sys
THOUSAND CONSULTATIONS, and in all eases, create mid foster u passion for stimulants, und ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
which belongs to all the distilled liquors of
Still ho told me that he loved me
tem of finances or to relieve the burden of tax-! Established expressly to afford the afflicted sound where the disease was curable,
commerce. Its alcoholic element is derived
In the sumjner timo of June,
ation. We are no nearer to specie’payments und scientific medical aid in the treatment and cure1 A Perfect and Permanent Cure.
When the roses blushed the redder.
of all Private and Chronic Diseases, cases of secre Ha.« been performed. Malicious cLarlataus have from sound rya, a grain which, according to the
than we were six years ago. Nothing has ey und
opened traps iu close proximty to the Institute, testimony of the most distinguished analytical
all Sexual Disorders.
And the birds were all in tune—
> adopting similor names, hoping to attract the un chemists, yields a more wholesome spirit than anv
been done to reduce the public debt. The
And I blushed (because he loved me)
wary ; but their lailure to do so is perfectly appar
tariff has been further made to oppress in
To the A filleted
Redder than the rose of June !
ent— for the business lias not been eilecteiLin the other known substance. But the quintessence of GENERAL
dustry aud commerce by the passage of the
least, but has gone on increasing its usefulness and rye employed in the manufacture of the Bitters,
DOHERTY returns nis sincere profits in regular ratio. Iho Resident Physician
Yes ! because I know he loved me,
infamous copy bill swindle ; but nothing has thanks to W. his K.
numerous patron.« for their putrouage, ' has by careful study i nd experience within the last must not be confounded with the rye spirit »old in
ANU ALL DISEASES OF THE:
I went singing with the birds :
been done to “let up ”a single one of the ; an 4 would take this opportunity to remind them 1 lew years been successful in discovering liew elec the market as Bourbon and Monongahela whisky.
Al! the day I listened to him,
that he continues to consult at his Institute fur the tric remedies which are lar superior to any before | The best brands of those liquors procured tor
onerous indirect taxes the tariff adds to the cure
All the nignt 1 heard his worli—
of Chronic Discuses of the Lungs, Kidney«, used in the healing nit, and he call
hospital use, and preferred bv the medical staff of
Digestive and Genito-Urinary Organs, and
Dreaming nightlv that he loved me,
W arrant lliein to Cure
tbe army ami navy to any other liquor, arc not to
struction is a publicly confessed failure, and
1 was blither than the birds !
cs for which they are used, or make no charge (|)CC,)1Uparrej ¡n excellence with the Article used in
WHETHER EXISTING JN
mid stages ; Seminal weakness and all the horrid All cases
there is a threat now to subj ‘ct two of the consequences of self-abuse ; Gonorhcea, Gleet, Stric for service.-. They will be forwarded to uuy ‘place |
But I did not know I loved him.
i the connection of the great stomachic. It is sub
lately so-calkd reconstructed •States to a fresh tures, Nocturnal mid Diurnal Emissions, Sexual in the Pacific States upon the receipt of a letter | jected’in the first instance to n proce-s which de
MALE OR FEMALE,
Till I found one summer day.
Debility, Disease.- of the Back und.Loins, Inflamma
That in saying how he loved me.
prives it <>f the pungent and acrid elements proved F
tion of the Kidneys, etc., etc.; and he hopes that the patient.
om whatever cause originating and no matter
All the promises made in lladi» al conventions his ' long experience and successful practice
The Female Mcdieines,
He had wiled my heart away—
by chemical test to exist in even what arc deemed
will continue to insure him a share of pub Discovered an I used by the Resident Physician,
Only saying how he loved rae.
and platforms,«and even Ly this Congress, are lic
the finest imported and domestic spirits, and alter
patronage. By the prnciico of many years
the only remedies which are safe and sure to being thus purified, is kept on band long enough to
HOW LONG STANDING
Through the long bright summer day!
found to be false. There has been no actual in Europe and the United States, he is enabled tv are
have the efl’cet. They are particularly applicable give it mellowness before being medicated. The
performance l\>r the public benefit whatever.
to suppressed menstruation, and arc warranted to
Still he told me that he loved me
Diiea.-es of the Organs require the use of a
against disease.« ot all kinds. He use» no mercury, have tiie cffc. t, no matter what the cause may be. euief virtue of the preparations is not, however,
When the rases fading fell.
iu its spirituous basis, but in juices of the tonic\
charges moderate, treats his patient« in n correct and
The large number ofca-.es in which they have been aperient, corrective, mid antibilious vegetable pro*
And the birds lrid all forgotten
which have nut been doue. What has been honorable way, and has references of unquestionable used, is a guarantee of their success.
ducts so largely intermixed with it.
veracity from men of known respectability and high
That sweet tune I’ve learned to we!I—
i done is, first, a display of wholesale extrava- j istanding in society. All parties consulting him,
tute to remember the name,
For 1 love him. and he loves me
jgance beyond that ot any previous Congress; by letter or otherwise, will receive the best and
Perhaps it may be argued that if they impart to
More than any words can tell!
gentlest treatment mid implicit secrecy.
If n<> treatment is submitted to, consumption or
the alchoiie fluid its preventive and remedial quali
¡anv quantity of special legislation fur party
G15 4» ashington Street,
ties, water impregnated with the same ingredieut« insanity may iufuv. Our flesh and blood arc sup
pets ; a reckless profusion of appropriations ;
would• answer the purpose as well. Nothing but ported from there courses, u:id the
Between Montgomery and Kearney streets,
The Twitch ell hlurder at Philadelphia. mure Constitution-tinkering fur the benefit of
' profound ignorance ot the laws of physiology can
J. 11. JOSSilLYN, M. i>..
excuse such an error. Only by a diffu-ible stimulant
When a female is in trouble, or afflicted with dis
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
can the midcinal c >n«titiitents that are to fortify
Gt ■ .-_ro S. Twitchell. under sentence of negroes; aud a general divisim of plunder, ease, a- weakness of the back uud limbs, paiu in the
the system against <ii«e:ise, or counteract discus ac
hea l, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, I i
death for the murder of Mr«. Ilill, has at last, public and private, with the lobby.
tion, be conveyed direetiy to their destination.—
AND THAT OF
made a statement to his spiritual adviser, the) Willi this record the Fortieth Congress dies, extreme urinary dillieulties, derangement of diges <>l California, Which are Submitted to The stimulant rapi'i y pervades the animal struct
ure: earn ing witii it to the points where it is n<-ed-
ltev. Mr. llringhurst, of a most extraordinary and the Forty-first Congrtinherits the un tive functions, general debility, vaginitis, all tiie Public.
of the Womb, hysteria, sterility, and all I [Eruui the C-'Utra Costa Gazette, Jan. 13, ISGG.] ; . the required antidote. Water will not do thi*.
nature. He charges his wife with committing finished business. the infamy, and the balance diseases
other disea Cs peculiar to females, she should go or 1 A G rano St c < ess .—During the post year, sutne ¡, it has, comparatively spea :ing no propelling or
the murder, and confesses that he was ac of tbe contingent fund in the II use and Sen write at once to the celebrated iemule doctor, W. ! half dozen ”l><»gus Medical Instituted” in San Fran litl’usive power. Nor i- this all. Nothing but
alcohol will pie.-erve the medicinal property u.
cessory afu-r tbe fact. Tbe follow irg is ate of its predecessor. Ci innosed, as the new K. Doherty, at his Medical lustltute, and consult cisco have "haiidad in their checks.” and clo.-ed! ( v >egetable extraet.-j^iu a fluid state. Mix them : Depend upon Promptness of a Reliable Remedy.
Congress is, largely uf theconstituentelements effecting more cures tz.n any otlfcr^hysieian iuthe their doors. 'A'.th ut an exception the e.-tabii.-h- i with water mid the compound will terment, tuiu
Twi’chel'i’s Ntnteinent :
luents allude I to were conducted by individuals
1 went to my ruom on the night of the of the old one, it cannot be much better— State of California. Let no false dvneaey prevent who knew little or nothing of the practice of medi sour, mid become worse than valueless.
you, but apply immediately aud save yXirseif from
murder, ana instead of g itig to bed I laid which would be a serious reflection for the painful suffering mid premature death. All mar cine, and were established f >r the purpose of tileh- It is claimed that Hostetter«' bitters communi
Il ELM B LU’S
i ing money from tho sick mid unt<>rtunate. lor a hem-eives t<> tlie special tav<>r ot the Tetnoer.iiiee
down cu tha lounge in mv ruurn and fell whole c untrv were it not that no possible ried ladies, whose delicate health or other circmn- 'number ot years these lellow.« .«acceded in swidiing : pliy.-ieiau
as the oiny diifusii e stimulant which in-¡
prevent an increase in their families, should I'.heir victims without let or hindrance, but in Isti i,
asleep. My wife was in Led at the time. I combination . f circumstances can make it stanees
I can prescribe without <Ui!ig,-r <>t umluly exciting ¡
writo or cull at Dr. W. K. Doherty’ Medical lnsti-
certain wc-L known practitioners determined to put the brain ui his patient ami <4 creatili/ Hint umri id I
was r?n«ed ! y her repeated cal!?, and ran I worse.—-V. K JI or!J.
tutc, aud they will recieve every possible rcliet And
J. H. JOSSELYN, M. D., STOMACH BITTERS
ja stop to tiie imposiiion.
They accordingly estuh- thirst b>r aleouol wuiclt uoses ul unmediealed spit-,
help. The Doctor’s office.« are so arranged that ■ he jlishedthe Eiectropatliie Institute,” at tila Wash-
«. >wn to the dihinti-room, where 1 found her I E nglish S tokem in A merica .—Rev. Mr. eno
, its arc so apt tu engen 1er.
be consulted without fear of observation.
Í inglon street, and placed it in charge of Dr. J. 11.
much excited, saying, ”1 hart' had a quarrel Zineke, a c’tert’viuan of the English Church
Josselyn, a gentleman in every "ay competent for
with mother, and killed her;" 1 do not I and Chaplain
the position, with instruction.« to warrant a perleet I To arguo with thè dogmatists ubo asserì tli.il
in Ordinary to the Queen, has
TO CO R R ESPON DENTS.
in ail easts undertaken by him, or refund tl.e stiinulaiit aie alway.- nulle cessare and peruieiou.'
said "k “save
me ! ” or “help! recently published in London a work entitled
| would Le a Waste <>t tini«-. 1 tic mo.-t cmiueiit
Patients rcsi-liug in any part of the State, how money. They i.-iverti-e largely, an>l the r -pe.-tu- lights ih Meilic.il Scenici ini ve - -t ile 1 ; ii.il ipic-ti -li,
me hide i‘ ! ” bnt at least we threw the body
I Last H infer in the United States— being table «•ver distant, who may desire the opinion and advice sick tiocked to ttie office lor udvi.-e and‘reqimcnl lamlit is uot wortti w tuie to bave u couUmcrst
of Mrs. Ilii! out of the wino v to make it
talk collected during u. tour through the late of Dr. Doherty in their respective cases, and who
swarms, i’he effect litis begun t>> be niauc tnan- witli thè rii.-hlight. li.e ie.iiiiig eliauipir us il
look as if she fell ou*; I went down stairs Southern C 'nfedemtion, tl yFar West, the think proper to make a written statement of such, ¡in
II. T. I1EIAIBOIJ),
Some six of the inolical “bilking” estab- > temporanee in ttie l ait< -i States, limavo fueciv
iu preference to holding a personal interview, are
imoiig thè number, bave anli<><-|iee i limi th.-v aie
end washed my hands and face at t’.e hydrant:
Rocky Mountaias, etc. The Spectator, in n respectfully assured that their communications will will shortly follow. Tiro business of the institute ino in favor ot prohibémg thè cmidovuicut ut
then went to my rc<>m, undressed and went
be held most sacred and confidential.
•has become so extensive tlmt.thc Direct' rs eoiitem- >piiit>.a- liquors a- mcd.ciiies.
notice of this book. Fays : “ We have all been
tolled: my wife came up afterwards and
If the case be fully and candidly described, per- ¡ plate erecting a larger and ni ne <•: gaut edifice ¡or
amused lately with Raverdy Johnson's joke, .« mai
So much h r the moral claims of the article under
communication will i»o unnecessary,ns instruc ’ their u.-u during the coming fSumt-t ■ i.
g it into bed, where we staved uutil Sarah | or supposed juke, about Englishmen getting
’. oadw iv. New York, and HU South Tenth
tcuipcrmicc c><ic. ’i lie ground Oeing tau.« ’.it fl
tion for diet, regimen and the general treatment of the
c-.rvci, t hiiudelpoia, Penn.
Campbel rung the bell. 1 think we were in
Cleared, mid It i- hoped, to the .'ati.'i.ictiou <>i
ito speak English as well as Americans; but ease itself (includiug the remedies) will lie forward
ed without delay, undju such a manner ns to con
bed ten or ¿wenty minutes ; I made a solemn
Srci'tss the Tittr: S tax nt in» or Mr.« it . — It • . e;y rational eh,.mi.no, of -oiaiety, he specific
the jest might have been uttered with good vey no idea of tue purport of the letter or par there is any truth in the ab-.»,» “oid tola ;e,” then applicati >ii ni tue lotici'- lo Ine proventi u mid
vuw to the eternal God that night that 1
it will apply to the Electropathie Institute of S.m cure ot the “il s . ta.it ilesu is heir to,” e onas
¡faith by gome of his countrymen, and is not cel so transmitted
•would never reveal it; Lut I cannot keep it
?r«rr~ Cousuitation at the office <>r by letter, t bkk . Frail -isco. This csLabiishtiH nt was opened to the next in order.
SOLD DY ALL DK’JGQSSTS-
! without fotlndDion. Mr. Zineke caused a*ton Permanent cures guaranteed or no pay.
public about six years sine-, un ier the manage
any longer. I am s irry that 1 have said I
isbment in some Yankee circles by the excel
ment of Dr. J. H. Josselyn, who has during ttiat i Persons, who.« lives arc peculiarly sensitive are
ItF.LMBoLDS FU ID EXTRACT BUCHU
kn*w nothing of it ; but I did it with a vow I
W. K. DOHERTY, M. D..
time treated upwards of twenty thousand eases ot snol to lie ot a '-I'tllou- 11.i'.it. ' The luol'ldd Hi- is plr.t.-Alil
lence of lii« English for an Englishman, the
San Francisco, California. ¡disease to a suceesstul is-ue. with all e.xcrplio; ot a . fluence winch affect others in n ••eueial w.iy, .-ec.<: i<Us plupeilies, and mi.i <<uur; iter li..ui all mjuii-
in iny rni^d, and to save iny wife. I now
iiumcdiate in it. action.
¡prevalent belief being that the language o‘
'very small number, who were too tar gone, hating i .4 their ease» to operate and 'mainly upon the
make these disclosures that I may have
been overdosed with poisonus drugs by sumcot the I bn.iury oig.iu. Many who mu- pie uspor.., t ■ uti
Englishmen is very unlike that of the Amer
?«pt* Fill a t o r i*llci*a.
numerous quacks with winch the Slate abounds. overflow oi one ¡lie .-abject to j cho H icui alt.iCns ot
icans—‘full of ungrammatical and vulgar th . T„->TiT-i>-ev a • . ii-i > •
. »¡During the an te time the Resident Physician. liilliouMie-s, aecoiup.lined l>y p..tu iu lUe r.,ht
HELMBOLD’S EXTRAtT 1 1 1 HU GIVES
(Signed) G eorge S. T witchell , J r .
DR. DOHl.im has just published an important J>r
j„,>dvn( lliis recen cd and replied t- u t side, langur. pa:n between tue rti-Hi'dir*. ^lootuv heaitli ami 'Igor to ti.c li ...ir m<<i i>iu«>iu to the
expres«i.»ns, from which theirs is entirely pamphlet
embodying his . wn view« and expert«:.- ».^
7^ H..‘u-aml five bundi. d letter-, besides feelings, and that pceu.iarity ue^c ul tue e nipie.,- I pmti<l ciicek. Di ><l.ty 1.« accompanied i-y many
In vreseuce of Rev. George Bringhurst ar.d
free.' ’’ Mr. Zineke explains;
cesis relation to Impotence or \ mlity being
attcnti- ii L alt the patient.« un . tun winch indicates Dial a pottiuu ot the title uuicll alai innig si lllptoiii.-, ami it no treatment is sub-
'D'illiam B. Perkins.
.'’r animal w. ;1((-/-vr t7ra.;it t!lv ¡n..utnt„. An am-nut of I should hale pa-sed -Hi tiir< ugti (he I hiwc I s has heeli
It is a remarkable fact that tbe En-Hsh
ness. nervous and Physical Dt-urnty consequent on w((fk u wiiuU ,|(. h,ii d
,,,, ,1k. misdirected to the venous system, aud t- pic.-cut in I m:tt<-d I >, cuiisuuqiliou, nis.uiity or epileptic ills
s affeetiou, und other Diseases ot the
Coast „.lC:ll power suffic.ent tor the nnder- the superficial bloodvessels.
In A Quandary.
To »Vert these
I taking, and v¿t the Resident Physician is a man to i sy mptouis, and the general dtsordr r,"Utiie internal
¡also is spoken with equal purity by all classes.
ltns little work contain« information
, ... ,,,„ i,,,
... vf th .¡all
appear.mees ot a .cry o..t;
Our frienus, the enemy, are “clean daft.’’ This in S jiuo measure, of coins?, results from Utmost
value to all. whether married <>r single, and ihis scientific attainments are such as to enable him organs which they involve, it is advisaoie tor in-li-
Foil NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE
viduals of a billions habit to take at least two dose-
They don’t know what to do. G rant has ¡the success vf their educational cfbrts andi
" ill he sent
sent I 1 ’ttKK
Ct . st ito « letermine the nature of the disease with which
,:, K by
rt‘et,Pr of Six
oi Hostetter» Bittcis daily al such times as they of I' in«-. Irritation, Inflamatioii, or Ulceration ot
h at his head entirely. Even Hoar, his own i from tbe fact which arises out of it that they in postage stamps tor return potsage.
! the applicant may be atllictod almost instautly, and ..a\c
reasons to appieneiid an a.tack. Indceu. ‘ tlie .Bladder <>r Kidney«, Dis<-a«cs of the ProMatw
a eon.-titiuio<,:il .md temperamental ten libtiid-. Stone in the lHiidder. Cclculei*. Gravel <>r
Attorney-Genera!, who gave him a whole are, almost to a man, a nation of readers.
W. K. DOHERTY, M. 1»,
and permanent cure. The mode of treatment at dency to liver Coll.pl illits wuubi «iu well to take i. Brick Du.-t deposits, mid till diseases of the Blud-
book-case full of books, lifts up the heel But not only is it the same language without
this Institute is peculiar, nopois .«oils drugs what dose of this admirauiu anti-bilitous stomachic eveiy 1 der. Kidneys mid Dr<>| • i<-,il Swelling.«, u?e Helui-
San Francisco, Cal.
ever are given under any circumstandes, and in day. When the great secretive glund 1.-sciiou.-.y ibold’* l luid Extract Buchu.
against him by deciding that he cannot re- vulgarisms, in the mouths of all classes, but
‘numerous instances the sick arc permanently curd disordered, the medicine usually tesorte«! to I»
voke A. J. s acts of grace. As to tbe Senate, js tbe same language without any dialectivxl
without the use of one particle of medicine of any mercury, which unless administered with very
Persons requiring a physician ou whom great caution is iutin.tely inure dangerous I tian
Trumbull and a!l the rest of those lellows differences over the whole continent. Then«,.
¡they can rely, will do weil to read the advertise tiie disease it is intende l to subdue, ru a huge
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITU-
who try to conte the Roman Senator, curule- language in every man's mouth is that of lit-
ment of tho Electropathie Institute else" here iu our majority oi the eases treated with calomel or b Ue tions of both sexes, use Helmbold’s Extract Buchu.
I pili, the anti'billious ami alterative properties of* It will give brisk ¡ iip T energetic feeling», and «na
chair and all that sort of thing, ha»e gone erature aud of society , spoken at San Fran-
i [From the Democratic Standard, Jan. 31, ISlJG.] the Bitters wnuld produce the disired effect. And ide you to sleep well.
wild entirely. ’They know not. poor pre- cisco just as it is spoken nt New York, and
I G ear to H ear I t .—For several mouth» past Dr. let it be borne in mind that whereas mercury in
every shape is an insidious poison, the nicdiciua.
tenets, what they say or do. And the ultras On the Gulf of Mexico just as on the great
TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN-
J. 11. J" selvn, for the last six years so well known ■ v ingredients of this preparation consists exclusively
snte remedies tor unpleasant and daiigeruas dis
I as the Resident PJiysician of the Electropathie In-l'
of either Huuse are pretty much in the same I lakes. It is even the language of the negroes
stitute, tila Washington .street, San Francisn, has] ot wholesome vegetable extract, which lire diffused eases« I se llehnbold’s Extract Buchu and im
way. The whole of them are brought face jn the towns. There is nothing resembling
i contemplated retiring from his position for • the pur- ._ | through the system by means of the purest and proved Rose wash.
of all known stimulants.
>f accepting the position a a> - Visiting
V ¡siting Physician
to face with a strain, and the lacquer-work this in Europe, where every county, as in
in one of
hosiutnls in his
Ins native State
Warillllg lO C'OUli ICt’ÍCltCl’S «11(1
is rubbed off and reveals the pinchbeck England, or every province or canton, has a
Massachusetts. The matter becoming knowrf to a
below. Here is a great people beset with different dialect. OI this the philological ob
number of scientific gentlemen <d San Francisco,|
a Caution to Purchasers
THE GLORY OF MAN IS STRENGTH.
who, feeling what a great loss would occur to the!
weighty problems, and these fellows cannot server I was dining with was ignorant. He
Therefore the nervous sud debilitated »lieuld im
community by the withdrawal of a physician oi i
solve one of them !
mediately use Ilei inbold's Extract Buchu.
such scientific attainments as Dr. Josselyn, a! No expense will be spared, n" legal means
only knew that all Americans spoke uniformly
meeting' w as
.. called ' at - which
punishing fraud will be ucgie tvd, in the effect t<l
The South is unsettled, and their only idea one dialect. He naturally supposed that all
atory uf tbe Doctor's abilties were passed, and a ; prevent the countcrieiting uf llostettcr'b Stomach
is to tear everything to pieces and stir’em up Englishmen must do the same ; and as his ac
of gentlemen appointed to wait upon Billers. •
the resolutions, and urge him to give
quamtance with Englishmen was comfined to
MANHOOD AND YOUTHFUL VIGOR ARE
up the intention of leaving the State, and continue
The finance« need attention, and all they poor immigrats, he imagined that their dia-
regained by Helmbold’s Extract Huehn.
in his present position. The arguments of the com
have sense enough to do is to pass a buncombe iect Ka8 tbe ]anguage of ail Englishmen. • Of
mittee, laeilitateil by certain nccuniary propositions,
N< t t<> purchase any article purporting to be
made by the Directors of the Institute, has induced Hostetter s Stomach Bitters which is not ai.tlienti-
resolution that they will pay. Why, any ten, in parts of tbe country m> st remote
the Doctor to retain his position as Resident Phy-; eated by tbe handsome Govemmeut stamp speci-
debtor can say this ; those who mean to pay from each other, in wooden shanties and the
sicinn. We announce the success of the negotiu- ally engraved for the proprietors, and also by
tbe least are most profuse in such assurance ; poorest huts, I had tffis interesting fact of the I RAVING A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED tions with satisfaction, as it would have been ditli- their superb new label with a beautiful vignette by SHATTERED
cult for the numerous patients that heretofore j representing the eonflict between Saint George and
but where is the measure of honesty, retrench purity and identity of the language ot the assortment of
relied on the Doctor for scientific uud successful the Dragon, at the top, audit miniature note of
treatment to have (bund another physician capable hand signed llostetters X Smith, ut the loot.
ment, economy, reform, to back these windy Americans forced on iny attention. And at;
of filling h r placo.
N. IL—The genuine Bitters are sold in Bottles
such times I thought, not without some feel-1
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU AND IM-
All persons who pretend to sell the article
<-d Rose Wash cure secret and delicate disor
chap from the country, stopping at ings of shame and sorrow, of the wretched vo i
by the gallon or barrel are imposters, and the stuff
in all their »luges, at little excuse, little or
I they oiler is a worthless and probably poisonous
one of the hotels, sat down to dinner. Upon cabulary, consisting of not more than three
no change in diet, no inconvenience or exposure.
should be careful te remember the name and num counterfeit.
We arc prepared to do all kinds of
It is pleasaut in taste and »dor, immediate in it»
the bill of fare being handed to him by tbe or four hundred words, and those often un
and tree from all injurious properties»
waiter, he remarked that he -didn't can
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THE DEMOCRATIC NEWS
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Paper-collar Congressmen is the lat
est name for the carpet-baggers from V bbmomt ,
M assachusetts , O hio , and other Northern
States who assume to represent such South
ern States as are permitted to be represented
iu the Forty-first Congress. The name is ap CARDS,
J®* Mr. Harney, for ten years edito» of propriate. ' Paper collars are only pinned on ;
the Louisville Democrat, in retiring from the they do not last long , and they aro easily
editorial chair, says : ** The worst sin I have turned. This last at least was eminently tbe
on my conscience is helping to make great case with the paper-collar carpet baggers at
men out of very small material.”
the Chicago Convention, wnu after taking
money to vote for F entox as a candidate for
JSrNothing so much destroys our peace
tbe Vice-Presidency, took more money and
of miud u to hear another express an inten
voted for C olfax .
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NEW ARRIVAL !
tion to give us a piece of bis.
fifexT* Mr. Smith says the only thing he can
, J®“ When does a public officer “ begin to
pay these times is his addresses to the ladies ;
feel his oato?” When in-stolled-
and these be never allows 4o get overdue.
Why is dancing like milk ? Because
tóiJTWhy is a woman who has lost her
it strengthens the calves.
lover like a whale ? Because she is a se
.. AfiT A man who saw a rope walk has also creter of great sigh* (size).
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What king does General Grant represent ? are like arrows ia because they are all in a
quiver when a beau comes.
On the sign. With these remarks we leave the in
terests of the Institute with the public, asking only
the same generous confidence and patronage thus
far awarded to it. The record shows over 20,000
For sale by all Druggist.«, Gioecrs, and store
consultations, and a very large amount of suffering
keepers throughout tim world. Agents for the
Persons wishing to consult the Resident Physi Pacific Coast.
cian by Letter, can do »o w ith the utmost confidence,
and can, if they wish, have Electric Remedies for
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any disease sent to alt parts of this State ; all Rem
edies sent from tho Institute warranted to be effect
Whole sale Druggists, San Francisoo.
ual. All letters must be addressed plainly; J. H.
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November “th, 1S6S
rected by the writer. Office hour» from 0 a. m. to
fioj“ I q reply to a young writer who wishes
to know “ which magaziu* will give me the
highest position quickest/’ the Petersburg
Express advises “a powder magazine, if you
contribute a fiery article.”
HOSTETTER d- SMITH,
DRUM A Co.
Both are prepared according t the rulas af
Next door to GLENN, Pharmac and Chemistry, and orc the moat active
that can be made, and are sold by druggists «v«ry-
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