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DALLAS, SATURDAY, MOV. 12
"V Weather Rrord firept. I8?0(.
ept b j T. Pearcc, Eola, Oregon.
Sept. 1,' mjan lemp, 73, clear, wind N.
w.4.2, . 72, c1eT soa breeze, N.
,,,, ,3, 61, clear, sea breeto, Jf. W.
t, 47 60, rlearj ea breeie, N.
w 5, . 57, cloudjy, sea breeze, N.
n A 5 clear, wind N, .
t 7, , t -' &9,elody,-wiad 6.
8, 62, cloudy, wind S
9, " 59, rain 0"41 in., wind S.
v 10, , 56, el'dyj wind S., fog a. m.
it 11, ,, ' 59, cloudy, windS.
12, ' . ' 58, cloudy, S. W.
13, 35, cloud, mini N. '
' 14, 62, basy, sea breete, N.
15, . ,63, haiy,! wind N.
i'I" , 60, haiyj sea breeze. N.
W" tT ' : V 54, clear, X., fog till noon.
18,-' ..,' - 54, r'n,0i27Jnfco. noon,S.
19, ' 54, rainj03in., N.W.
,. 20, f , h 5 t, clr, N., fg yaly a. m.
fl, - - 62,.cl'r,X., first light fr'tf.
; -22, ; r ' ; 65, haiyj wind N.
n 23, " ' 66, haiy.! sea breete. N.
24, 53, cl'r,N.,rglo varya.m.
25, ' .51, cloudy, wind N".
26, ' 50, fog till 4 p. m , N.
27, , . " 55, fog till 8 p. in., wind X.
, 28, 58, cloudy, wind S. ,
2? 62, clear, wind S. ,
,.20, 60, cloud, light raia.
Weather Record for October, 18TO.
Oct. 1, mean temp., 58, clear, wind S.
57, clear, wind X.
4i;r0 75,in.S.baU,ll m
if, cloud, wind J?.
56, clear, wind N. '
59, clear, ea breeze, X.
clear, wind X.
59, clear, wind X. ' V
58, clear, wind X.
49, clear, wind X.
50, clear, X., fog till 11 a m.
55, foin rallea. ra., X.
52, clear, cea breeie, X.
51, clear, wind N.
46, clear, X., light frost.
50, clear, wind X.
49, clear, N. .
42, clear, N., harp froiL
49, clear, wind X.,
55, clear, wind X.
49, rain, 0 10., fog ral a.m.
4.1,!ear, wind X.
45, clear, wind X frost,
39, dear. X. front, bril. an
42, 0 05.rn,gea It: X. fr't.
44, clear, X-, pale aarora.
40, clear, X., froit, fog tal
44, clear, X Ir'at, fog ral.
45, clear, wind X,
40, clear, N. frt, fog ral.
42, elear, N. fr'at, fog ral.
; VaOFAXK SwEARisa. Thousands
BOW reside it) Oregon and California
woo swore their first oath on the plains.
It ia a'o&eless, bad and uneentiema'nlj
habit. The laws of God and man pro
hibit it: Even the Oregon statutes
Iter., Thomas Lihtlodjr gives the
following reasons why we should not
use the name of our maker in vain j
1. It is sinful. Profane swearing h
pronibited bj the Most High as plainly
as murder. From Sinai the words were
ottered, u Thou shalt not take the name
of the Lord thy God in vain' Allud
ing to oaths in oormnon conversation,
the Savior savs, swear not at all."
2. It h vulgar. The practice gives
pain to all but the most abandoned "It
is" says Washington, "a vice so mean
and low that every person of scjsc and
charactor despises it."
3. It is inexcusable. He whose
tongue is vibrating with oaths will gen
erally admit that his conduct in that
recpect is altogether indefensible.,
4. It is injurious. The profane
awcarer is a curse to the corainunity,
for he brings down upon it the judg
iaett of Heaven. " Because of swear
ing," says the prophet, ' the land
mourneth." " -
5 It is uaproStable. The man guilty
thereof Js a fi.sh caght by a hook to
which there is no bait attached. He
is a volunteer for Satan. He works for
the devil and "finds himself."
6. It is dangerous. The Lord will
not hold him guiltless who takes His
came in vain." The words of the pro
fane swearer: may,' as he says, be 4 but
wind." The wind." however, is one
that blows towards heU.-SetitineU t
'A Wild Cat Takes a Child out
or, Tt Cradle. On Tursday of Ist
week, a wild cat entered tne house of Mr.
E, Walters, who; resides at Wilson's
mill, on Toby Crek, Knox township,
about seven miles north of this,, place,
and took a young child from the cradle,
n4 was about to cotntnence devouring
it when it was frightened away. The
parents had gone out to i gather in po
tatoes from a lot and left .the babe
w rapped up, sleeping in its cradle. A
little girl was sent in a short, time J. to
see about the child and when she open
ed the door, was horrified to see a lare
jwild cat with the5 infant bahind the
stove. s The kittle thing : was crying
piteously, and in a short time would
. ..it- 1 I It ! t t l
douoties nave ocen kiiicu ana aevour
.ed by the savage boast.- I On the alarm
Jeing -given, the wild cat escaped
through th window and! has been seen
in that neighborhood. Clar Ion ('.)
Democrat Oct. 1st. .
s jutxeribo fur the IUpuntioAN 4
Xn Infernai Mistake. There
were two pretty sisters who had tnar-
ried one an eminent lawyer, the other a
distinguished literary mart; 'Literary
man dies and leaves young sister a
widow. Some years rolled away, and
the widow lays aside her weeds.' Now,
then, it happens that a certain author
and critic has oceasion, on a broiling
day in summer, to call on the eminent
lawyer husband v of the lder sister.
He finds the lawyer pleading and swel
tering in a crowded Couf t sees that the
lawyer is" suffering dreadfully from the
heat, pities him, rejoices that he is not
a lawyer, and goes for a cool saunter
under the sheltering trees of a fashion
adle paik and garden. N
Among the ice-eating crowd there
he meets the younger ot the twosisers.
and for a moment thinks he is talking
to the elder
said the lady, how
dreadful hot it is here. !"
"Yes,. inaini,'V rnliof our luckless
critic, " it is hot here ; hut I cun assure
you the heat of this phice isn't a cir
cum:ince when compared with the heat
of the place where your poor dear hus
band, is suffering to-day."
A hororstricken expression eane over
Jhe face of the lady ; she risen from her
chair and n nines indignantly away. -Ckronide.
Lost Wtomkn. .My friend, has it
never oceured to you what a commen
tary 4ipon civilization are these lost wo
men ? A litte child strays from the
house inchwure and the whole commu
nity is on the alert to find the wanderer
and restore it to her mother's arms.
What rejoicing when it is found, wlut
tearful sympathy, what harttucss of
congratulation! There are no harsh
comments upon the poor tired feet, be
they ever so miry; no repr.mand for
the soiled and torti gartneuts ; no luck
of kisses for the tear-stained face. Nut
let the child be grown to womanhood,
let her be led from tho enclosure of
morality by the voice of efiection, or
driven from it by the scourge of want
what happens then? Do Christian
men and woien go in quest of her?
Uo they provide all possible help for
her return? Do they receive her with
such kindness and afiection as rccurc
her against wondering again ? Far from
it. At the first false step she is de
nounccd as lost. Lot, echo friends
we disown you : don't ever come near
us, to disgrace us. Lost, says society
indifferently. How bad these girls are!
And lost irrctrivably lost is the
prompt verdict of conventional morali
ty, while ond and all unite in bolting
every door between her and .rrspecta
'A Double Larceny. Ucfore J. J
Murphy. J. P., of Salem precinct, yes
terday Charles was arraigned for
stealing Kipperton'n coat, hanging out .
ftide the tore, valued at $25; plead not
guilty then confessed and threw him
self .on the merry of tho court, which
mercifullv sent him to nil for 30 d;ivs.
This was not the only? misdemeanor with
which this nun Charles was charged,
for he had helped himself to ft pair of
ladies indta rubber shoes of Mr. JNlch
ols, to whi:h he als. plead guilty and
weut up for another month's board on
the strength of it. Cihrles is going to
bo hoarded cheap this winter, ami. he
lays his great good fortune to having
been very drunk.
Homicide.-This morning (Thurs
day 18th) our town is somewhat excited
in rel ation to a murder commttcu y ester
d iy in 1 Dorado. The particulars, as
we learn them, are as follows: come
time during the day, J. McCourt, lwj..
residing at El Dorado, and owning, or
claiming to own some rich placer dig
gings in Rattlesnake Gulch, while pass
ing along near an empty building in hi
Dorado, was fired at by some person
secreted in the cellar. One or more of
the buekahot (it was a shotgun) struck
McCourt in the lower portion of the
abdomen, close to tho pelivic region,
from the effects of which he un it in
about, an hour afterwords. -Baker CUy
Democrat. - . ,
Murder in Yolo County. On
Wednesday night, while a ball ws being
held in Cacheville, Yolo county two
"sports" entered a saloon and quarrel
ed with tho bai keeper, and then left,
threatening ! come back and "clean
him, outi"- They shortly aftt;r return
ed, when one of them shot the barkeep
er dead.' 'The assailants have beoirar
rested. No names were ascertained.
Bold : Robbery. Oh the night of
the 24th tnst the store of M. Menor was
entered by burglars and robbed of gold
dust; coin, jewelry, and other articles,
of an estimated value of about $2,500.
The. entrance to the store was effected
by cutting through a' wall. 20 inches
thick The coin and gold du.t was
taken from an excellent combination
safe which thejr 'entered by cutting
through and removing the lock, , A fine
set of bnrglar'8 tools and a "pair of
boots were left by tho burglars. '
It is estimated that there have been
700,000 visitors at the o watering
places this summer, as follows: Long
Hranch.200,000 ; Cape May, 150,000 ;
Atlantic City, 150.000, Saratoga, 100,
000; Newport, I00,00a
CArTUUED. The two burglars who
robbed Mensnr's store ,, were ctaptured
by Sheriff Klippel andMr J. McDon
ald, on, Wednesday, near the State line.
They had part of the stolen property
in their possession. They were exam
ined before Justice Wade and commit
ed to Jail- They guver their names as
C Haydcn nud V. Howe. The latter
acknowledged that he committed the
burgary. Hayden says the goods found
in his possession were given him by
Howo Sheriff Klippel deserves credit
for the prompt efficient measures taken
in this affairs. ; '
The People's Literary Compan
ion, for November comes to us , as
bright and as fresh looking as the green
fields are after a gentle "rain. It is
published by E. C. Allen & Co., ;Au
. gusta.' Maine Terms, 75 cents per
year. A fine Steel Engraving, entitled
V From Shore to Shore," is presented
to every new ; subscriber. It is really
one of the most - pleusing' ehiriavimss
ever before the public. The companion
is printed on fine, .heavy", 'paper ; its
columns are filled to the brim with
good things by talented authors'," and
withal it is one of the largest and finest
illu"tra.tcd family papers published.1
Steamer Vancouver.' This
steamer is now lying at, Vancouver,
undergoing some of the finishing touch
es. t. She will be brought over to this
city on next Monday, to receive the
furniture and upholstery to her cabin,
etc. After that, she will soon take tho
regular Ijue. Bulletin
The kidnapping of children still goe
on at'New Orleans. The last case oc
cured on Thursday last, when a child
between two and three years of age
was seized by a burly negro, and would
havd been carried bepond the city lim
its but for the iutcrfererice of a police
officer, who had watched thn man from
an alley way in the vicinity, and sub
sequently arrested him The cac was
afterward brought before the Record,
but there w is no canviction, it is said
owing to tho previous good character of
Let those who would 'revolutionize
the practical relations of men kindly,
lovingly, and boldly, raet every issue
as it arises, and discuss, in a fearless
manner, all affecting the right and in
terest of man, whether of white, black,
or other colr; whether male or female
whether rich or poor, monarch or serf,
slaveholder orUve, eloplyer or employ
ed. Frcdqrtc 11. Marvin.
The expense of the war to Prussia
are reckoned by Dr. G. Hirth, as fol
lows: Cost of the military action,
1,250.000.00 ; of francs; direct losses.
1,230,000,000 ; indirect losses, 2.250,
000,000; war compensation for the re
conquered territory, AImc Ijorraine,
epeciallr Stra-burg, 200,000,000.
Total, 490,000,000 francs.
fcouth Carolina has gone 20.000
Republican. This is not to be won
dered at. when we reflect that her
citizens always go upon extremes oni
way or the other. It is no place for
Demoetatifttow, but l;t the Democracy
ever get t he power again, and Kepub
licans couldn't live in the State.
Gen. Hanks and Gen. Breckinridge
met at the Burnett House, in Cincin
nati, the other day the first time in a
period of 10 years. They were young
members of Congress together 15 vara
The meeting was cordial ott both
An acre contains 4,840quare yards.
A square mile contains 010 acres. A
mile is 5.20 fret, or 1.700 yards in
length. V league is 3 miles. A fath
om is 0 feet. A hand (horse measure)
is 4 inches, A palm is 3 inches.
The first velvet manufactory ever
started in the United States was put in
operation Iat season, in the State of
Kansas by a French Colony.
Andy Johnson has split the blanket
with the leading Democrats of Tennes
see, and we may expect to hear of
lively times in that locality.
Josh Billings says that "if h rnan
proposes to servo-tho Lord, be likes to
see him do it when he measures corn
as well as when he hollers glory halle
Mr. --Levy was fined K hf the Police
Court of San Francisco, recently, $150
for burning rats.
The gold mines of .California yield
annually 823,000,000, tne ' quicksilver
mines 81,500,000, and; the coal fields
The Cheif Justice of Utah fhaa e
fused to naturalize a Mormon because
he intended to practice polygamy in
violation of the United States, laws.
Dispatch. ' V
; A young lady, about to be married,
says she will not promise to love, honor
and obey, but will sayinstead, love,
hboorr and be gs.-rs m m?-1 '
'Yon look as though yon were beside
yourself,' as the wag said to a fop?who
happened to be standing - by n donkey,
A great flood recently occurred iri
Virginia, causing great suffering iimong
the inh ibifnnta of thn deluded dis-
) triotsj and frightfol loss of proporty.
IVcrvoiis and Debilitated
protracted from Hidden Causes,
and whose cases require
..'-' i .... - -'
to render Existence Desirable.
If you ajo luffering or have suffered, from
ruvduntiirj dicbargea, what effect do it
produce upon your general health ? Do you
feci wak, debilitated, easily tired ? Docs a
little extra exertion produce palpitation of the
heart ? Doe your liver, or urinary organs, or
your kidney frequently get out of order? I
your urine soinetimg 'thick, milky or fl cky.
or ta it ropy on nettling? Or doe a fnick
cum rise U the top? Or it a neditnetit at the
bottom after it has etovl awhile? - Do you
bare spells of hort breathing or dyepepeia?
Are your bowels constipated? Do you have
spells of fainting, or ruehtss of-Llood to the
head ? Is your memory impaired? Is your
mind constantly duelling on this subject? po
yoa feel dull, listless, moping, tired of com
pany, f li? : Do yon wish to be left alone,
to get away from everybody ? Does any little
thing make you etart or jump? Is your sleep
broken or restless ? Is the iuslre of your eye
as brilliant? The bloom on your t-heek as
bright? Do you enjoy yourself in society as
well? Do you pursue your bu dncss with the
samo energy? Are your spirits dun and flag
ging, given to fits of melancholy ? Do you
feel as much confidence in yourself? If so do
not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have
you restless nights? Your bark weak, your
kneessreak, ami have but little appetite, and
you attribute this to dyepiaf or liver com
plaint? NOW, READER,
twlf.abusc, renen al diseases badly cured, nnd
sexuat excesses, arc all capable of producing
a weakness of the generative organs. The or
gan of generation, when in perfect health,
MAKE THE MAN.
that those bold, defiant, sinergefic, persevering
successful business men, are always those
whose generative organs are to perfect health ?
You never bear such nten complain of l-i n ur
melancholy, of bervausnes, or palpitation of
the heart. They ar never afraid they cannot
succeed in buincss ; they dvti'i tntcomc sad
and diseourg; they are always polite ant
pleasant in the Company of ladies, and look
tyau n l them right in the face none of your
downcast look or other tnenneg about th iu.
I do nt mean those who keep he organs in
flated by runutag to excess. These will not
RU1H THEIR CONSTITUTlOfiS,
but also those they do busiuesi with or for.
How many men, from badly cured diseases,
from tho tflevU of lf-abuse and excesses,
h iv brought about this state of weakness in
those organs that baa reduced the general sys
Uin u much as to induce almost every other
PA HALT SIS,
spinal affeciions, oicide, ond almost every
other f..rui of disease which humanity i he
to, ami the real cause of the trouble scrc-ly
ever suspected, and have doctored for all but
tho right one.
Disease, of these organs require the use ol a
is the great Diuretic, and is a certain cure for
disease of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel,
Dropsy, Organic Weakness, Female Complaints
General Debility, and all 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 fruta these sources, and
the health and happiness, and that of Poster
tty, depends upon prompt use of a reliable
remedy. u , . : A ,
IIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCI1U
Established upward of Nineteen years,
IS PREPARED BY
II.iT. HBLIIinor.D, Druffglst,
504l Broadway, IV. Y.
' ' ; 7 : AND-- ;";'
104. South Tenth St., Phi la.
Price $1 5 per Bottle, or 6 Bottle for
$8 50, dslIvoTedto any addreai. Sold by
all DmgglU everywhere.
unless done up in steel en
graved wrapper,' with tac
iniilc of niy Chemieal
Va re house, and signed
0-l7 12. T. B&XsESDOLD.
DALLAS Li VERY, FEED &-SALE
' Cor. Main and Court Streets,
Thos. G. Richmond, Proprietor.
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Stand of Mr A. H. Whitley,' we have re
fitted and restocked it in such a manner as
will satisfactorily meet every want of the com
munity. :' : ,.: ,.''
Iluies. single or double, Harks, Con-
' ; cord Wagons, etc., etc.,
Furnished at all hoars, day or night, on
elmrt notice. '
Superior Saddle Horses, Ifct by the
. Day or Week, . -
4 T. O. KTCIIMOND
This Remedy docs "hot simply reiVre for a
short time, but it produces perfect and perman
ent cureabf the wortt cases of Chronic Nasal
Catarrh, and trill pay $500 reward fur a
that I ciMfiof curt. "Cold in the bead" and
Catarrhal Headache aro cured with a few ap
plications. If you have a discharge from the
nose, offensive or otherwise, stopping up the
nose ut times; partial loss of the sense of
amell, tate jr bearing, eyes watering or weak,
feel d-H, have pain or piessurc in the head, you
may rest assured that you hate Catarrh. Thous
ands annually, without manifesting half of the'
above symptoms, terminate in Consumption and
end in the grave. No disease is so common,
more 'deceptive or less understood by physici
ans. I. will send toy phamphlet on. Catarrh to
any address free. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Ktmedy
U now ;
SOLD BY MOST ".DRTtJOISTS IN ALL
PARTS OF THE WOULD.
Price 50 cents. Fent by mail post paid, on
receipt of f0 cents, or fnur packages for $:
Beware of counterfeits and worthless imita
tion. See tLaf my print te tfatup, which is a
ftiiitit iVc, jHtron!t:t ofrt.tiuiiHrutt,. is Upon the
outside wrapper. Bcrmniber that this fri 'ate
stamp, issued by the I'njted State? Government
expressly for stamping uiy medicines, ha my
portrait, name and address, and the words "U.
Certificate of genuineties" engraved upon
it, and need not be mietaken. Dit be swin
died by traveler other representing them
selves as Dr. Sajre ; I am the only . man now
living that has the knowledge and the right to
manufacture the jomi'ii .Dr. 'Sage' Catarrh
Kemedy, and I never travel to sell this medi
cine. U. V. P1KRCE, ;-M. D.
auf r.m Seneca ftrett, Duilalo, N. Y.
Northwest Corner Main ami Mill !t.,
HAVIXCr rCKCH ASKD the OLD STAND
formerly bclitngtT.'g to W.'jJ. Both, and
wishing to Hie and let live, f wif s-ll al low
rates, FOU CASH, everything in my line:
Uritffw, Palrnl .TleJicincs,
And all hind of PlRE I.IQCOR.S pat up
expro-sly for Medicinal use.
ICHl'U3Ii:itIi:s )K AU, KINDS.
' rrnAcs, firmfte,
W.f thirty Powfert,
And everything else that is kept in a FIRST
CLASS IHUTi STOKE.
I XICIIOI, t fJOII- Druggists.
The standard r iovt i,.r Cotttrhs. In
fluenza, Jori' Throat, Whooping
Coutili, I'rottp, I.lvcr Complaint,
ItroncliltiH. ltlelltij; of tlie
I-uiiffsi. and every afiection of the
Throat. I.unga and Citest, lnclad
iiiff C.'o Kiimptloii. v
VItftr Italsam does) not dry up
a Cotijjh, but loosens itTcIeanaes
the l.uii;s. allays: Irritation, thus
reinovlng' the cause of the corn
plaint. Voiip penulnc nlos pln.
ed I. IIUTTS. Prepared by SKTU
W. Ft) VV 1,15 W)Ji, llottton.
Sold hv KII)IXGTOX, IIOS
; TKTTfcR CO.. Sao l''rancisco,
and by dealer jenerallyr, 'tlR-ty
flAPOLEOr. IS A PRISONER OF
Is on Main Street, opposite the Court House
IVcw Store ! - IVew Goods ! I
I nm, now; nrenared to oiler a larsre and
eboice assortment of .
NAILS. AXES & SIEVES,
QU MENS WAKE,
WOODEN & WILLOW WARE,
? BOOTS & SHOES.
FAO'IOUY GOODS .
YANKEE NOTIONS, &c, Ac.
I design to keep only tho choicest and, boitt
articles nnd sell at a small profit for cash or
Our motto Isqnlck sales and small profits.
G. B. STILUS.
Dallai, Ot. 22, 18T0. M-tf -
vHr. XC h il it te'S ' London
-V"F0R SPECIAL COMPLAINTS."
JThn. CLABK'S iifVIG ORATOR glret
Ji-i'etrengUito the aged and debilited.b It U
especially designed for :yoang .ifcen who haro
wasted their rigor by excesses ' of ertrf tod,
and all person whose 'systems -hare becoin
weak by improdeneVtw.eoiBpletelyrestortd .
by its use. Price One Dollar. , s
TThR. CLARK'S PURIFIER cleans th
IIMloo(I from all impnritfes; such Scrof
ula, Fyphilis, Mercurial Rheumatism, Iluniorf
of ercry sort. Bad i Breath. Offensire Pers
piration, Foul Feet, Catarrh, Discbarges from
the ear, Sore Eyes, Sore Throat, Falling of tho
Hair, Ulcers, Boils, Pimples, Blotches, aadi alt
dieeases of the Skin. It Is also beneficial in
diseases of the Lungs and Digestitro Organi.
Price One Dollar. ; . i
BR. CLARKE'S PANACEA relieret
pain of every description ; Headache,
Earache, Toothache, Stomachache, Backache,
Pains in the Breast and Limbs. It i inralft
ahle remedy in all Nervous Disorders, and no
family should be without it. Price One Dollar.
U. CLARK'S ELIXIR is a cartain curi
for all weakness of the Genito-TJrinajy
Organs, and discharges df a muco purplent
nature, Leueoribaflea, 06nh6rrbo?v'Spernia
torrhwa, and Seminal Weakness, are speedily
cured by its use. .Price One DolIr. ' - w
PB. CLARK'S REG ULATOR, for fetnalei
only, Is guaranteed to correct alt special
irregularities of Single Ladies. Married La
die are accustomed not to use it when ia
certain condition, as ita effects woald be too
powerfuL Price 0n Dollar.
All of these celebrated remedies are prepared
from Fluid Extracts, under our immediate)
supervision, and are warranted fresh and pure.
All afilicted persons thould send a carefully
written statement of their ailments to Dr.
Clack, and tho proper - remedy will be aent
to their address. Dr. Clark can be consulted
personally at his ofiie, and will furnish all th
necessary accommodations to patients who
place thetoselve under his care. All Utter
adddrmed, DR. J, CLARK., ,
OiSice, 1,270, Broadway, New York
FRENCH MEDICAL OFFICE.3
Dr. lulieii Perrault
Dr. of Medicine of the I'aculty of P-"
rla, Graduate of the Uulreralty of.
(iutcn's College, and Phjalelau
' - of the St.' Joba liaptlsta So ;
elety ol Jau Frauclico. .
PERRAULT HAS THE PLEA8
Jk 9 R. ure to iniorm patients and others
seeking concdcnliai medical aavice inatne eas
be consulted daily at bist fiice, Armory Hall
Building. "North East eorner of Montgomery
and Sacramento streets, ?an Francisco, Rooms
Xos. i. It', 11, first fioor, up stairs, entrants
,.n eithir Motiiginiry or Sacramento street
Ift. Pitut i.T's ,'u'lk have been almost
exclusive!; iou:dte the cure of tbe varies!
f"-ru wi Nervous at d Physical Debilitr. tho
result of injurious habits acquired in yonitb,
which usually terminate in impotence ' and
urility, and permanently induce all tbe ren
cmitants of old age. Where a secret infirm
ity exists, involving the hatpintss of a life and
that of others, reason and morality dictate tha
necessity of its n moral, lor it is a fact that a
premature decline of the vigor of manhood,
matrimonial unbappiners, compulsory ainglo
life, etc, have their sources in causes, tho
perm of Wbk-hls planted in early life, and tho
hitter fruit tatted long afterward ; patients,
laboring under this complaint, will eo capiat nr
of one or more of the following symptoms
Nocturnal Emissions, Parins in tbe Back and
Head,' Weakuess-of Memory" and Sight, Dis'
charge from tbe Urethra on going to stool
make water. Intellectual Faculties are Weak
ened, Loss of Memory ensues, Idtas are cloud
ed, ami there is a disinclination to attecd to
business, or even to reading, writing or the so
ciety of friends, etc. The patient will proba
ably complain of Diztincss, Vertigo, and that
Sight and Hearing are Weakened, and sleep
disturbed by dreams; melancholy, sighing,
palpitation, faintings, coughs and alow t fevers t
while stme have external rheumatic pain, and
numbness of tbe body. Some of the mock
common symptoms are pimples in the face,
and aching in different parts of the body.
Patients suffering from this disease should ap
ply immediat.ly to Dr, PaRRArLT, either' in"
person or by letter, as he will guarantee ears
of Seminal Emissions.and Impotence , in six or
eight weeks,'' - ; .
.Patients uffering frim venerial diseasela
any stage, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictures, Babo,"
ii . .. . . . .... .
i iccrs. v"ianeous cwrupitons, eic., will DO treat-;'
ed successfully. All Syphilitic and Mercurial',
Taints entirely removed from the. system. .
Dr. Pkhravlt's diplomas are iu his office,'
where patients can see for themselves that they;
are . under the care of a regularly educated"
practitioner. The best references given if H
quired. " --.V' ?, ; .:.H;
Patients suffering under chronic diseases can
rail nd examine for themselves. We Invito
iuvestigation ; claim not to know very thing,
nor to cure everybody, but wo do claim that la
all cases taken under treatment we full I &ttf-
Eromises. , We particularly feqaesi thoao who?
ave tried this boasted doctor and ' that adrorV
tised physician till worn out and discouraged,,
to call upon US. i
; Low charges and quick enres, ' :' !;-''
Ladies suffering from any. complaint !nT4a
tal to their sex, can consult tho doctor, withthfj
assurance of relief,.'? ' 'v - '
Female Hlouthly Pllla.
Dr. Pkrhavlt'Is the oofy agtut In CoAifornts,.
for Dr. Biott's Female Monthly Pillt, .Thtlf
iramenso sale has established their reputation
as a femalo remedy unapproached, and far lat
iuvuvc vi cvrrj vtuer rcuicuy tor BUpprOSStona
and irregularities, and other obstructions In ftl
males. On the receipt of five dollars, bas.
Pills will be sent by mail or express to f,ny paH
of tho world, secure from curiosity or dama"
rersons at a distance can be cured it homo,
by addressing a letter to Dr Prrravlt, eerier
of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, Roos&9
10 and 11, or Box 973, P. 0., San Franeisv
stating the case as minutely as possible general
habits of living, occupation, etc., etc, ; l( :
; All comtnunjeations confidential. . '.14.1,',,.,
'"'"' ." ' ' " n. . i i M 1 y
I WILL SELL OR TRADE FOR nORSC3
cattle or sheep, my CAItlEItA ndiU2f)
TOGUArillC tt)CK also my dwsir.--
house and Gallery in Dallas. . for, particular.
inquire of B. P, Nichols or , - ,r - - j.r
10 tf CHAS. LA?0LLETT f
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ALT. CARMEN ISLAND AND UU
A., wuo can, in quantities to tlt, a
. COX k EARHART'8 &alm.