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OOUnTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
DA LL AS, SATURDAY, OCT. 2D.
W&aSt. Fanl a Dachelor f
It seems lo be the general impression
that Paul was a bachelor, and many
ladies of the present day have formed
an opinion of him which is decidely
unfavorable. I believe, and propose to
shovr,- that Paul was actually a married
man, and a strong. advocate of "woman's
rights." The Corrinthian Chorch bad
written for directions upon ; the subject
of matrimony in a time ot great perse-,
cution, and, under' the circumstances,
he 'seems to think that far the time being
thu unmarried ; had better remain so
Kusebius Clement and other historians,'
speak of Panics a married ' man and
according to the best historical'cydieuoe
we cantget, he was at the, writting this
epistle a widower. ' 'And thus he re
mained true to his dead, and admonished
other men who had lost their wives to
pursue the same course, Is there any
thing very obi ectional in this advice?
If Ithere is any woman in America who
is particularly anxious for her husband
to marry again " after her "death, we
should like to see her. The Apostles
'advice to wives" in the fifth chapter,
of the Ephesians, jseems tqj&e very of
fensive to some, because he admonishes
them to obedience Husbands are very
fond of quoting it. If there is but one
text hrthe-Bible with which they are
acquainted it is that ; but do you every
hear the 25 verse from masculine Jjps?
listen t Husband, love your wiveseven
as Christ loved the church and gave
hints t?f for it." There, gentleman,' is
yorrrule of conduct don't forget, and,
by the wavy how do you like it?
"Where is there a greater love than this?
And what an exalted opinion Paul must
have had of a woman to deem her
worthy f such affection I Rest assured
that obedience will gladly follow such
a love like that. When men are hoo
as, loyal and true when they tenderly
love and shield, even at the sacrifice, of
fl f, then- women will ''honor and obey"
Vtfnou,arjy objections or regret.
Pqckar&tjlanildy.i . J.
She' Mountain Democrat is respon
Bible for the following:
Accidental Poisoning A most
unfortunate case ef accidental poison-
i'ng occurred at the Cove last week,
resnlting'in the death cf the Revi W.
P. Kogcr. The circumstances attend
ing the matter are, as near as we can
learn them, about as follows: The de
ceased was, taken, with a severe fit of
.cholera morbus, and not .finding relief
in the applying of some simple reme
dies, a ? neighbor, by the name of Hay
den, was called in. , He professed to
know something of medicine and its
effects. Mr. Haydcn, it seems, pre
scribed a pill of opium, and it not tak
- ing immediate effect, . the dose was
repeated, until it was discovered the
T patient had fallen into a stupor and was
' rapidly sinking.. SeveraL hours had
elapsed since. the first pilLwas adminis
tered, and the idea all at once took
possession of the minds of those present
that the amount of opium given was
killins the patient. Restoratives were
applied, and the patient got out of bed
and walked up and down the room.
Thus matters continued until morning
came, when, after all hopes of saving
Uhe HfeTat the poisoned man" had been.
given up, Dr. Hulsey was summoned.
The "Doctor tells us, that 'when he
'arrived - the patient was dying, and the
deadly effects of the drug had penc
trated the entire system. .There was
nose' in 'applying restoratives,, and,
after lingering for two or threat hours,
perfectly unconscious, death came, and
life was no more. He died Sunday
afternoon, and leaves a sorrowing family
to deplore his untimely end, to whom
the sympathies of the entire community
& 9 1 (The jccurrence "iar a startling warn
ipgjfguinit the use of drugs, of which
thrt nartieit nsinf them have but little
knowledge. There is always danger in
such instances ; and, for our part, we
would prefer paying a little more, and
' ljave a 'octpr attend us, than to save a
few) dollars and take I tie; chances of
;j being killed through ignorance.
. h The Great Health Restorer I :
mm - ' a II.
xviany thousands or sictc peopie oeen
' restored to perfect health by Bristol's
Bamparilla and Pills, and more eerti-
- ficates of cures and letters of grateful
thanks have been received in their
favor than were probably ever written
for all othor medicines combined. Suf
ferer 1 whatever your ailment is, give
these two remedies a trial ; no matter
how" often you may have been disap
pointed, they will benefit, and most
; likely cure you. " 578
;., j Subscribe for the Republican.
v.-.-v va. lire vi tics, vk
Ole-liull has been married .twice'
within five months, though to the same
girl both times on the first of J une
at his country, seat in Norway, and the
other day at her home in Madison,
Wisconsin ' ;!,',' ,. rni '.-rr
A short time since a Mr. Knott was
trie'd in an interior county of Georgia
for a violation of law. The verdict of
the jury was : "We find the defendant
Knott guilty." The judge was at a loss
whether to sentence or not.
; A, great storm at Hamburg, Iowa, on
the 31st' ultimo, blew down the new
Methodist Church, which cost $40,000,
levelled a railroad freight house, razed
seven buildings to tho ground, and un
roofed scores of dwellings.
A man was recently, found standing
upon his head in the streets of Mobile,
Ala., who claimed to be the brother-in-law
of. President Grant. Whenever
the boys hooted at him, he turned
round savagely and shrieked "Let us
The French, in their great resolve to
have Paris well provisioned during the
threatened invasion of their capital,
have many buyers, all over JEngland
commissioned tojexecute orders on their
behalf, and ' considerable quantities of
produce have been bought up for im
mediate shipment to that quarter.
Public dinner orators should be care
full how they express themselves. -We
read the other day of the builder of a
church now in course of construction,
when the toast of his health was given,
rather enigmatically replied . that he
was "more fitted for the scaffold than
for pulio speaking.
Well. David." said a poor but
worthy citizen to one of the State
street magisnatcs, "the world has pros
pered with you and they say you are
immensely-rich." "Well," replied Da
vid "perhaps it is true, but we cannot
take our gold with us when we go." "It
would melt if you did," was the quick
The "social evil' policy, adopted
from the French and other continental
examples, by the city of St.- Louis,
proved a failure in the first attempt to
resist it. One of the frail sisters took
her case to court, and it was there held
that the' tax imposed upon her class
was without any warrant whatever, and
virtually that the whole matter was a
farce and a fraud
. The Portland Transcript says the fol
lowing Inscription is to be found in a
graveyard in a neighboring town, on a
stone erected by a much widowed man
to the memory of his four wives, whom
Jie thus economically consigns to eter
nal buss in two lines :
' ' . "i- - - s "
"Here lies Susan, Bj'rjr, Rebecca nJ Jne. ;
.For ever anS erer in Ileaven to reijn." ,
A young fellow in Tifiln gor hold oi a
nightmare the other night, and dream
ing that his brother was shut up in a
bureau that stood in the room, jumped
out of bed. Seizing tho bureau, he
turndd incompletely over, smashing the
mirror and badly demoralizing it gener
ally. He thinks nightmares jxe ex
pensive as well as unpleasant.
"You must admit, ddctor," said a witty
ady to"a celebrated doctor of divinity,
lwith whom she was arguing the ques
tion of the ''equality of the sexes,
"you must admit that woman was crea
ted before man." "Well, really, mad
am," said .the astomshea divine,
must ask you to prove your case.
'That can be easily done, sir, she
naively replied, Wasn't Eve the first
maid ?" '
On Saturday last. T. A. Clayton,
E-q., of Philadelphia, was gunning in
the vicinity of Marcus Hook, laving
for pusher B. Heacock. Mr. Clayton
discharged his gun at a flock of birds,
but did not hit them. Heacock thought
he had hit his bird, and raised his head:
just at this time Clayton fired his 2d
barrel, aud the load struck Heacock in
the head. ' He fell insensible, and died
A grocery-keeper in Louisville, a few
days ago, waited upon a customer, who
desired to purchaso a quart of vinegar,
and gave him in mistake a quart of
whisky.. Going home the man soon
discovered the mistake, and told ? his
neighbors in aquit way, who straightway
felt a demand for vinegar, which the
grocery-keeper, gladly furnished. He
didn't know what occasioned the sud
den demand for the acid fluid, but soon
found he was drawing from the wrong
barrel. His discovery stopped the sale
of. vinegar, aad the -neighbors were
happy.",' ' 'X,':."
r-A LADlk OF illQII RANK- :
Wife of one of the leading Statesmen of
England, says V " I have duly received
tho esse of Murray & Lanman s
Florida., Water, which you were
kind enough to send me. I have tested
its merits, and find it a most delightful
perfume, more delicate and flower like
in its aroma than any other toilet pre
paration I have before used."
Purchasers should be particular to
ask for the Florida Water prepared by
Ijanman & Kemp, New York, wmare
the s'ole proprietors of the genuine
COME Alilt YE THAT DESIltE
Pleasant Hornet in a Goodlj Land and
consult ' ' ' : '. -i
HVSSCLli & FERRY,
Beal Estate Brokers and Collection Agents,
N. W. Corner of First and Washington
'PORTLAND, OREGON, J
D M. C. GAULT,
HEAL ESTATE J AC! E NT ,
At the Branca Office,
Dallas, Polk County, Oregon."
That in to that the lands ot 'Shlntr
earcelj attract th attention of tho Kini
trrant wh- winhe to purchase a dexiraUs borne
in a fertile. bealtbT region, while lnda in Or.
gon can bo purchased fur a small amount of
We now proclaim that pepial attention will
be sriren to the purchase and aale of Beal E
tatej and TOoretTer, we ebeerfuhy impart the
information mat we nave a large amount of
Etc., Etc., Etc.
- For tale at reasonable terms,
In tho neat Portions of the State.
And in concloion, we wonld irnprcs unon
the minds of persons detirine to " sell Real En-
tate that they incur no expense in placing:
their property in our bands, unless a sale is
farucaiar attention is directed to iht, ft
that a larjre amount of deirhlo lands can be
purchased at the U ranch Office,
DALLAS, POLK COUNTY, OREGON.
D. ITI. . 'GAVfeT,
! lteal Estate Agent.
The standard remedy for Coughs, In
fluenza, more Throat, W hooplntf
Cough, Croup. "Liver Complaint,
.Bronchitis llleedinc of the
Xulis, and every affection of the
Throat. "Lungs aud Chest, luclad
ing Co'siHnptlon .
lVistar a Ilalsam does not dry up
' a, Cough, but loosens it, cleanses
the "Lungs, allays Irritation, thus,
removing the cause of the com'
plaint Vone genuine unless sign
ed I. nUTTH. Prepared by HETII
W. & HON, Boston. '
Sold by U13DDINGTON, 1108-
v TETTER & CO., San Francisco,
and by dealers generally. IO-iy
Administrators ' IVotice .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned was duly appointed at
the August term of the County Court for Yam
bill county, Oregon, administrator of the estate
of John B. Kirby, deceased, late of said county.
Those having claims against said estate are
required to present them with proper vouchers
to the said administrator within six months
fram date hereof.
JOEL A. KIRBY,
f r ! , Administrator.
McMInnville, Oregon, August 8th, 1870.
jVcrroiis and Debilitated
' HAVE BEEN
Protracted from Hidden Causes,
AND WnOSE CASES REQUIRE
to render Existence Desirable.
, If you are suffering or hare snffercd, from
involuntary discharges, what effect doc it
produce upon jour general health ? Do you
fee, weak, debilitated, easily tired 1 ; Doea a
little extra exertion produce palpitation of the
heart ? Doe your liver, or urinary organs, or
your kidney frequently get out of order? la
your nrine. sometimes thick, milky or fbeky,
or is it ropy on settling? Or Uwis a thick
scum rise t. the top ? Or is a sediuient at the
bottom after it has stood awhile? Do you
bare spells of short breathing or dyspepsia?
Are your bowels constipated ? Do you have
spells of fainting, or rushes of blood to the
head? Is your, memory impaired? Is your
mind constantly dwelling on this subject? Do
you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of com
pany, of life? Do you wiJj to be left alone,
to get away from everybody ? Does any little
thipg make you start or jump? Is your sleep
broken or restless ? Is the lustre of your eye
as brilliant ? The bloom on your cheek as
bright? Do you enjoy yourself in society as
well ? Do yos pursue your bu tineas witb the
same energy ? Are your spirits dull and flag
ging, given to fits of melancholy ? Do you
feel as much confidence in yourself? If so do
Dot lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have
you restless nights? Your back weak, your
knees weak, and have but little appetite, and
you attribute this to dyspepsia, or liver com
plaint? NOW, READER,
iwlf-abnw, venerr al dUcascs badly cured, and
sexual excesses, are all capable of producing
a weakness of the generative organs. The or
gans of generation, when in perfect health,
Oicl You Etivcr Tliinlc
that those bold, defiant, energetic, persevering
successful business men, are always the
whose generative organs are in perfect health ?
You nevr bear such men comi lain of beine
melancholy, of ncrvousnea, or palpitation of
the heart. They are never afraid they cannot
succeed in business ; they don't become sad
and discouraged; they are always pi. lite un
pleasant in the company of ladies, and lok
oyau ul them right in the facenone of yonjr
downcast looks or other meanness about thriu.
I do not mean thoe who ke(p the organs in
flated by running to excess. These will out
only .. , . :
RUIN THEIR CONSTITUTIONS,
Abut also those they do business with or for.
How many men, fnm badly cured diseases,
from the effects of self abuse aud excesses,
h ive brought about this state of weakness in
those organ! that baa reduced the. general ys
Urn so much as to induce almost every other
spinal affections, suicide, and almost. every
other form of disease which humanity i he
to, and the real causa of the trouble scarcely
ever supected, and have doctored for all but
the risrbt one.
Disease of these organs roquire the use of a
U C M U-
is the great Diuretic, and is a certain cure for
disease of the UUdder, Kidneys, Gravel,
Dropsy, Organic Weakness, female Complaints
General Debility, and ail diseases of the Uri
nary Organs, whether existing in Male or Fe
male, from whatever cause originating, and no
matter of how long standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Consump
tion or Insanity may ensue Our flesh and
blood are supported from these sources, and
the health and happiness, and that of Poster
ity, depends upon prompt use of a reliable
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU
Established upward of Nioetcon years,
IS PREPARED BY
II. T. IIELMIIOLD, Druppist,
594 Broad nay, N Y.
104 South Tenth St., Phila.
Price $1 20 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles for
$8 50, delivered to any address. Sold by
all Druggists everywhere.
NOIE AUG CJEIVHIIwE
unless done lip in steel en
gr aved wrapper, with tac
eimilc of my Chemical
Warehouse, and signed '
0-ly n. T. ULLTZDOLD?
DALLAS LIVERY. FEED & SALE
Cor Main and Court Streeta.
Thos. G. Richmond, Proprietor.
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Stand of Mr. A. II. Whitley, we have re
fitted and re stocked it in such a manner as
will satisfactorily meet every want of the com
munity. lluggiea, single or double, Hacks, Cou
cord Wagons, etc., etc,
, Furnished at all hours, day or night, on
short notice. "
Superior Saddle Horses, let by the
Hay or Week.
4 " T. O. RICHMOND
W. II. TE All,
Wagon & Carriage Maker,
Main Street, Dallas.
T nAVE ON nAND AN ASSORTMENT
of Lumber Wagons, Express Wagon and
Buggies of various kinds, ready for sale.
C0SV1E ON WITH YOUR CASH I
You all know what my wagons are f for I
have been well patronized for the last TEN
YEARS, for which I feel thankful. And the
last year tbey went off like Hot Cakes.
I am well prepared to do all kinds of work
in my trade. -
I have in my employ the best Blacksmith
in the County, who is prepared to do Shoeing
in the best Style, on short notice, and every
kind of blacksmith work done in a neat and
workmanlike manner, and according to Order,
at reasonable rates.
Also Painting done to order. Bring along
your old Wagons Buggies, and get tbem paint
ed. W. H. TEAL.
Dallas, April 0, 1870. 8:6111
This Remedy does not simply rrtere.for a
short time, but it produces perfect and perman
ent cures of the worst cases of Chronic t!
Catarrh, and- trill pny $500 reward for a case
that I cttHtiot curt. "Cold in the bead" and
Catarrhal Headache are .cured with a few ap
plications. If you have a discharge from the
nuse, offensive or otherwise, stopping op tbfbJr
nose at times, partial loss of the sense of
smell, taste or heagng, eyes watering or weak,
feel dII, have pain or pressure in the bead, you
may rest assured tbatywu have Catarrh. Tbous
ands annually, without manifesting half of the
above symptoms, terminate in Consumption and
rnu in mr grave. ro airfare is so romroon
more deceptive or less understood by physici
ans. I will send my pbamphtct on Catarrh to
any address free. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Htmedy
is now i
SOLD BY MOST MirnfiTSTK IN
1UITS OF THE WOKLD. 1
Trice 50 cents. Sent by mail post paid, ntv
receipt of fiO ents, or fur packages fr $?, ,
Beware of counterfeits and worthless itwiu
tions. Se tbaf my prirat Utpt which . is a
fHwitirr. gjut ratttrr tf rftmvinnif, is Upn the
outtidc wrapper. Ilcmeuibcr that this pri 'ate
ttatnp. issued by the t'ni'ed Sinter (lovertiment
expressly fnr stnroplne my medMntHi, ha my
portrait, name and address, aad the words U.
8. Certificate of genuineness" engraved upon
it, and need not be mbtaken. Don't be s win
died by travelers atd others representing them
selves as Dr. Sage ; lam the only man now
iiving that bas the knowledge and the right to
manufacture the ymuiue Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy, and I 'never travel to sell Ibis medi
cine. It. V. PIERCE, M. D.
au(i-3m 133 Seneca street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Northwest Corner Main aud Mill St.,
DALLAS, OCX. '
HAVING PURCHASED the OLD STAND
formerly belonging to W. S. Robb, and
wishing to live and let live, I will sell at lw
rates, FOR CASH, everything in my line:
Drugs, Patent Uledieiiics,
And all kinds of PURE LIQUORS, put up
expressly for Medicinal use.
PERFUMERIES QF A IX KINDS.
Aho Sixht, - -Cream
. Varnishes, Brunhes,
Domestic Dyes, ?
And everything else that is kept in a FIRST
CLASS DRUG STORE.
I s II. F. NICHOLS, Druggist. :
t i QA ACRES. OF FARMING LAND
1 Oil in Polk county, two miles from
Dallas, on the road' to Salem, all under good
fence, repaired this spring ; 175 acres now un
der cultivation. 25 acres of .timothy meadow,
and well watered by springs 'and wells; three
dwelling houses and one good barn on the'
farm, and two goo I bearing orohards. Belong
ing to this prairie land is four timber lots, one
lot of fir timber containing HQ acres, situated
five miles off, and is the nearest timber to the
valley and very valuable for rails and building
purposes; 61 acres f oak timber two miles
distant; 28 acres of oak timber two miles and
29 acres of oak timber ohe mile distant These
tracts of land together make one of the best
grain and stock farms in Polk county. , Can
be divided advantageously into three or fonr
Terms, $14 per acre, to be sold together for
cash in hand. ; Apply to j
- : Russell & Ferry, U
R E A L I i T A T E VA GENTS,
;d. m. c gault,
LL SORTS OF GOODS SOLD FOR
Tin ranrrtirairnrr hi m m.wmiiiw
Cash or Marketable Produce at
- J. II. LEWIS'S
Dr. C L AH WB JLondon
- ;OenicilIcsr 'Y L:
FOR SPECIAL COMPLAINTS.
PR. CLARK'S IN Via ORATOR f gives
strength to the aged and debilited. It is ,
especially designed for. young men who bav
wasted their vigor by excesses of every kind,
and all persons whose systems have become ,
weak by imprudence, are completely .restored
by its use. Price One Dollar. ' n ,-
PR. CLARK'8 PURIFIER cleans tha
blood from all impurities; such as Scrof
ula, Syphilis, Mercurial Rheumatism, Humors,
of every sort. Bad Breath. Offensive Per
piration, Foul Feet, Catarrh, Discharges from,
the ear, Sore Eyes, Sore Throat, Falling of tfie
Hair, Ulcere, Boils, Pimples, Blotches, and all
diseases of the J5k in. It is also beneficial io
diseases of the Lungs and Digestive Organs
Price One Dollar. c
TThR. CLARKE'S PANACEA relieves5
!-' pain of every description; Headache,
Earache, Toothache, Stomachache, Backache,
Pains in the Breast and Limbs.' It is inraln- '
able remedy in all Nervous Disorders, and no ?
family should be without it. Price One Dollar. '
PH. CLARK'S ELIXIR is a cartain twl
for all weakness of the Genito-UrinaJy
Organs, and discharges of a muco purulent
nature, Leucoribaoea, Gonhorrbosa, Spenna-;
torrhoea, and Seminal Weakness, are speedfjjy'
cured by its use. Price One DolUr.
PB. CLARK'S REGULATOR, for females'
only, is guaranteed to correct all special
irregularities f Single Ladies, parried La
dies are accustomed not to use it when in a
certain condition, as its effects wonld be too"
powerfuL Price One Dollar. ::- : -
All of these celebrated remedies are prepared
from Fluid Extracts, ' nnder our immediate
supervision, and are warranted fresh and par'
All afflicted persons should send, a carefully
written statement of their ailments to Dr.
Clackj and the proper remedy will be senfe
to their address. Dr. Clark can be consulted
personally at his offi, and will furnish all the
necessary accommodations to patients who
place themselves under bis care. All letters
alddressed, J DR. J. CLARK.
Offiice, 1 "270, Broadway, New York ,
FRENCH HEDICAL OFFICE. .
Dr. of Medicine or the Faculty of Pa
ris, Graduate of the University ef
Quten College, and Physlciau
of the St. John Itaptista S
elety of San. Francisco.
DPERRAULT HAS TnE PLEAS
R. ure to inlorm patients and others
seeking confidential medical advice that be can
be consulted daily at his office, Armory Hall
Building, North East corner of Montgomery
tnd Sacramento streets, San Francisco, Rooms
NTos.9, 10, II, first floor, p stairs, entrance
n either Montgomery or Sacramento streets.
Dr. Pebkaclt's studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cure f the varieas
forms of Nervous ai d. Physical Debility, the
result of injurious habits acquired in youth,
which usually terminate in impotence and
'Urility, and permanently induceall the eon
ccmitants of old age. Where a secret infirm
ity exists, involving the happiness of a life and
that of others, reason and morality dictate the
necessity ef its removal, for it is a fact that
premature decline of the' vigor of maBhood,
matrimonial unhafpinefs, compnlsory slngla
life, etc., bave tbeir sources in causes,' the
germ of which is planted 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 x
Nocturnal Emissions, Pains in the Back and
Uebd, Weakness of Memory and Sight, Dis
charge from the Urethra on going to stool or
make water. Intellectual Faculties are Weak
ened, Loss of Memory ensues, Ideas are cloud
ed, and there is a disinclination to attend to
business, or even to reading, writing or the so
ciety of friends, etc. The patient will proba-'
ably complain of Dirtiness, Vertigo, and lost
Sight and Hearing are Weakened, and Heep
disturbed by dreams; melancholy, sighing,
palpitation, fainting, coughs and slow fevers ;
while some bave External rheumatic pain,' and
numbness of the body. Some of the most
common symptoms are pimples in the faee,
and aching in different parts of the; body.
Patients suffering from this disease should ap"
ply immediat-ly to Dr. Perbaclt, either in
person or by letter, as he will guarantee a cure
of Seminal Emissions and Impotence in six or
eight-weeks,: " .- -
Patients buffering from vecerial disease in
any stage, Gonorrhea. Gleet, Strictures, Bubo,
Ulcers, Cutaneous Eruptions, etc., will be treat
ed successfully. All Syphilitic and Mercurial
Taints entirely removed from the system,
Dr. Perravz.t'8 diplomas are in bis office,
where patients cn see for themselves that tbey
are under the care of a regularly educated
practitioner. The best references given if re
quired.-,' Ji---: : -i : '.iv-?,, .-.
Patients suffering nnder chronic diseases can
call and examine for themselves. ' We invite
investigation ; claim not . to know everything,!
nor to cure everybody, bat we do claim thaVin
all cases taken nnder treatment we fulfil our
promises. We particularly request those who
have tried this boasted doctor, and that adver
tised physician till worn out and discoaragod,
to call upon us. ' ! f " , ; " .
:. :Low charges and qnfckeures, v-r.'Ni5. ;
Ladies suffering from any complaint Ineiden
tal to their sex, can consult! the doctor withth.
assurance of reKef. i "" '"? t t f ?.
Female Monthly Pill.
Dr. Perrault la the only agent in California
for Dr. Biott's" Female Monthly Pills.' Their
immense sale bas established their reputation
as a female remedy unapproached, and far i&
advance of every other remedy for suppressions
and irregularities, and other obstructions in fe.
males.' 1 On ' the receipt of five dollars, these
Pills will be sent by mail or express to any part
of the world, secure from curiosity or damage,
Persons at a distance can be cured at borne,
by addressing a letter to Da. PaRAFtT,eorne
of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, Rooms
10 and 11, or Box 873, P. 0.,.8an -Francisco,
stating the case as minutely as possible, general
habits of living, occupation, etc., etc' -All
communications confidential. ( 14-ly
I WILL SELL OR TRADE FOR IIORSES,
cattle or sheep, my CAM Ell A and PlXf)
TOGKAPIIIC STOCK J also my dwelling
house and Gallary in Dallas. For particulars,
inquire of B. F. Nichols or
10-tf , CHAS. LAF0LLE1T.
ALT'. CARMEN ISLAND AND LIV
ERPOOL Salt, in quantities to suit, at
LC0X A CAEXUUrS Salem,