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T.It.lVi:it OK Till: IHiSil.
There, is a cry u;o:i t!io ar h,
A cry of want and vvoi. ;
It rises from our ci-irs v.if.
From li.im:et.s Ln-' an 1 low ;
Where roll our cimimeree-laden w
Where fields of verdure spread.
Ascends the still unanswered prayer
Give tis our daily bread.
Tli" voice c.X w i-rel youth i- there,
childhood early chilled ;
Of famine, ruined linni. and hopes.
Which time can nevr rebuild ;
Of ae. upon who-e downward way,
Xo genial lights aie shed ;
All. ail are blended in the pr;.yer
Give us our daily bread.
Ob ! fair and fresh the early Spring
Her budding wreath di-pbiys.
To all the. wide earth iiro!i;iinj
The joys of barve.-t days ;
Yet many a waste of wavy gold
Haib bent above the dead ;
Then let the living share it ujd
Give us onr daily bread.
THE LIXTLK PEOPIjK.
liv joiin' ii. wnrrriEit.
A dreary place would be this earth,
Were there no little people in it, :
The song of life would lose iis mirth,
Were there no children, to begin it ;
N little forms like buds, to grow,
And make the admiring heart surrender;
No little hand, on breast and brow.
To keep the thrilling love cords tender.
The sterner soul would grow more stern,
Unfeeling nature more inhuman ;
And man to sioie coldness turn.
And woman would be less than woman.
Life's song, indeed, would lose its charm
Were there no babies to begin it ;
A doleful place this world would be,
Were there no little people in it.
Qxeen Victoria as a Spiritualist
from t'.ie Golden Age.
A great deal has been said about
Queen Victoria's indisposition,
which assumes one form and now
another, ranging all the way from
an ordinary soro throat to insanity,
lint the truth is that, aside from
the ordinary ills that common
flesh is heir to, and of which she
lias her share, she is a .Spiritualist;
and the eminent, respectable and
thoroughly stupid English public
contemplate such a belief with re
pugnance bordering on dismay.
The thing seems to those material
istic, mattor-of fact people so utter
ly incredible, that the only wav
they can account for it is by sup
posing that her mind is laboring un
der a hallucination, if, indeed, it is
not permanently disordered. She
has a firm conviction that Prince
Albert is always present with her,
and that she can hold communion
with him. Her private rooms are
arranged as they were when he
was alive. His chair is placed op
posite to her own in the library,
ami the books which he delight
eel to read to her are arranged
lovingly, bi order, upon the table.
In some of her moods she will con
Terse with him lor an hour togeth
er, conducting her own share of
the conversation aloud, and with
the vigor and interest of old times,
lie had tauhgt her by his example
the success of his business enter
prises especially by his manage
ment of the duty of Cornwall to
superintend, as much as possible,
all her private affairs herself; to
reduce all unnecessary expendi
tures, and to forbid extravagance.
Hence the greatest simplicity is
observed at the Queen's table, ami
she imagines that her husband
looks on well pleased. At times,
when she is more than ordinarily
impsesscd with a sense of his pres
ence, it is said site will order a
knife and fork to be placed on the
dinner table for him, ami cause the
attendants to place every course
before the empty chair as if the
master still occupied it. Every
morning a pair of boots arc clean
ed and set down against the door
of the chamber which he once oc
cupied ; ami at breakfast, when in
Scotland, she will often sit a long
A Bankrupt State. A special
dispatch to the Charleston JVetcs,
from Columbia, says : The State is
perfectly bankrupt, and a el raft of
one dollar on the State Treasury
to-d;Cy was dishonored. Judges,
school teachers, ami other State
appointees, are clamoring for pay
ment, and selling their warrants at
ten and fifteen per cent, discount.
The worst feature of the situation
is the absence of financial officers
of the State, ami the stiulious sup
pression of facts by those who re
main, lhc largest tax-payers and
the lcaeling bankers of this city
are wholly ignorant of the State
finances, and the securities of the
State are offered at ridiculously-
low figures, and no takers. The
interest of the State bonds, due on
the first of October, has not vet
Wen paid, ami the bankers of this
city, at their last meeting, agreed
to have no further dealings in the
Ai.exts at the "Hit,." Our
readers maytranslate the following.
It is good sentiment. Alexis was
so overcome at the Boston com
mittee's invitation that he replied
in his native Kussian as follows:
" Ori toldb ustah, yuken sormi le
gorf, butti tellu ile bloski hilar
Boston. Gittyur ro manwiski an
lotcer citti bomerz redi, anian ole-
neskemo onat allakandle."
T "" 7"
A pious Louisville editor trusts
that when 11. O., in a recent arri-
cultural address, alluded to the Al
mighty as the author of all
things," he did not mean to " in-
unc iw.- A.irvei in auv responsi-
bility for the book about farming" I
The Farm and Kiteiieii.
HOW MUCH II AY A HOUSE EATS.
An acre of ground retained ex
pressly for hay yields on average
not more than one and a half tons
of vegetable food ; an equal space
planted with carrots or rutabagas
will yield from ten to twentytons
save fifteen tons which is by no
means a high average, and has of
ten been attained without any ex
traordinary, attention. It has 'been
ascertained by careful experiment
that three working horses, fifteen
and h.ilf hands high, consume hay
at the rate of 200 pounds a week,
or live tons and 1,049 pounds per
annum; beside one and a half
bushels of oats per week, 78 bush
els per annum. ly a repetition of
the same experiment it is found
that unworked horses consume hay
at the rate of lour and a quarter
tons per -annum. The produce,
( t iinii'l r iv nproi i A'
', V . 111 (LI 1 A . V 111. I V. .J KJ L
necessary to support a
working horse for one year : but
half an acre of carrots, 000 bush
els per acre, with the addition of
choppeel straw, while the season of
feeding them lasts, will do as well
if not better. These things do
not admit of doubt, for they have
been the subjects of exact trials, as
some of your agricultural friends
will testify. It has also been
proved that the value of one
Imshel of corn, together with the
fodder upon which it grew, will
keep a horse in good order for a
week. An acre planted in eern
and yielding sixty bushels will be
ample to keep a working horse in
order one. year. Let the farmer
then consider whether it is better
to maintain a horse on the product
of half an acre of rutabagas or
carrots, or upon the produce of an
acre of corn ; or on the other hand,
the hay and grain, as above. The
same reasoning might be made use
of in the feeding of cattle and
SHEEP ON" A POOH FA UK.
Some farmers feel an antipathy
to sheep, for the reason that they
" bite close." We consider this
their recommendation. They can
only bite close where the pasture is
short, and the pasture is short only
on a poor farm. A poor farm will
necessarily be encumbered with
briers, weeds, and brush in the
fence corners. Under such condi
tions we would say to the farmer
who has twenty dollars or upward
in cash (or credit for it, and then
let him borrow the amount arid pay
one per cent, per montli for the use
of it), invest it in as many ewes,
not over three years, as you can
get for that money. Put them in
such a field as we have described,
and give them, in addition to what
they can pick up, a pint of wheat
bran and oat meal daily, with free
access to salt and water. They
will first go for the briers, and
clean tnem out ; every portion of
tiiat field will be trodden over and
over arain. and the weeds will
have no chance. Fold them on
that fielel during the winter, and
carry to them sufficient feed to
keep them thriving. Get the use
of a good buck in season South
Down would be preferable and
in the spring, if you ha-ve good
luck (that means if you give them
proper attention, and feed regular
ly), you will raise more lambs than
you have ewes, the money will be
more than doubled, and the wool
and manure will pay for their feed
and interest. In the spring you may
put that field in grain, with a cer
tainty of reaping a good crop.
Put into a frying-pan a quarter
of a pound of cheese, cut into thin
slices : pour on it half a pint of
sweco muiv : siirm an e-rg mat was
.. :n ..- r .
already beaten up, and add one
fourth of a teaspoouful of mustard.
a little less red pepper, already
ground, and a teaspoonful of nice
butter. Stir this mixture all the
time. Then add, lastly, a few
crackers, well broken up, and after
thoroughly incorporating them in
to the mixture, turn it all into a
heated dish and cover it.
a men DESSEKT.
Boil one pound of rice to a thick
pulp ; add a little salt to a pint of
sweet milk. Take ripe peaches,
pare, halve, and sugar well, spread
the rice on white muslin, size of
a common dumpling, place in each
a poach, wrap and secure each
dumpling with a few stitches ; put
into a pot of hot water, boil from
three-quarters of an hour to an
hour, then remove the cloths and
eat, while hot, with sweet cream
TO COOK AX OLD FOWL.
Dress and stuff, as for roasting ;
then boil three hours in a covered
pot, with one quart of water, to
which add two table-spoonsful of
vinegar; then take it from the wa
ter, rub over with a little butter,
sprinkle over some flour, put the
fowl into a bake-pan, and bake it
in a hot oven one hour. Use the
liquor in the pot for gravy and to
baste with. This vinegar makes
it very tender, but does not taste
Eight pounds of apples, pared,
four pounds of sugar, one quart of
vinegar, one ounce of stick cinna
mon, half ounce of cloves. Boil
the sugar, vinegar and spices to- I
w-ii ii, rr 0,1. 1 Lt " ..
! tender - about twenty minutes.
! Take them out and put them in a
j jar. Boil down the syrup until it
j is thick, and nom- it nvm- th,
Energetic efforts are at work in
St. Louis to rebuild the Landed
Hotel. It is thought thpv- 5tl 1-..
B&jKZj fa 12 Lai Q
00K OUT FOR GOOD
S. AN & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPROO & SIDDIER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
CSseaper tlmn 1Iie CSseapesf.
Wp wouM s;iv, come an I convince yair
f iAC bet" ire pin-chasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
CIIOTHIXU, II ATS,
ROOTS AND SHOES.
and a reat many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Gla-s and Rutty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOOL ivant.-d, for which we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACHEIilrl&H & CO.
Oregon City, April -Jl, lS71:tt'
r j f
oveu osB iiuximic; pace?,
Printed in Two t'-.lrs, On superb Tixteu
"Pa pkii. lani: iliiMiltttl Ztli2j;rJi v liii;s
cf Fiywtis, rlantaml Vti;itabie-,
with iloscripti in, and
TWO COLO TIED FLATE3-
Dnec ions and !l;u;s for making Walk
Law; is, t;ni-Ien-. Sir.. Ti;s handsomest and
i'st riIIi:, (,i;U)K in ,ht-World. All
t..r TK CEM'S, to those who think of
huyiiiff Seeds. Not a garter the cost. 2oe,Ouu
sold of l7l.
Address, .TA3IK VJCIv.
itot-iicter, t. V.
gox City, Okkoox.
rpiIIS POPULAR HOUSE II.VYTNC. Ren
JL lately WEFI f TED and FURNISH ED,
the Proprietor.s arc now readv t noccoimno
date iheir cu: toiners with 1L iii )-FI N IS i IED
d ;iilde or i,iirlc ro -nis. Tln v invite all those
fond of a GOOD ME.L and a GOOD RED.
to call ai il give the;n a trial, for tliev ate
eonlidetit they c.ir jnease everybody, because
they '- know how to keep a Hotel.
Pi-ic--. to stut the times and Eveiivbodt,
ac -ordi: g t ) the rooms ecupied.
Attached to tim House is a
For the accommoaatlon of c.sutomers.
.M EltRIAM & FOUR.M ER,
Jurie Di. Is7l:tf Propiiclors.
G 0 rr 2 &3 c o zz. n L5 v
The nndersiiined, having inereased the Ii
inensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City . .
. . . Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as mativ now ones as may be
pleaded to call, that he is no-.v prepared, with
Minp'e room, good, materials, and the very
b 'sl of mechani.-s, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Riacksmitiiing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
reneral jobbing neat I v, fpncklv and cheap
ly done. DAVID sMI ffl.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Eye, Ear, Threat & Lunge.
JOHN b. piLinrjGTorj, m. d.,
I ATE OF SAN FRANCI.SCO, HAS LO
i ca'ed in Portia nd . Oregon . Ollice : In
11 dme-.' Ihiililing. First street (thret doors
from Lad 1 & Tilt n"s Rank). -where he may
be con.-ulted daily, and will treat diseases
of the ab ive named org ins as specialties.
All op. ra t ion upon the Eve and Eat per
formed in the most scientific and careful
ART I FICI A L EYES, having all the beauty
and mobility of the natnral eye, inserted.
Refers bv permission, for his professional
standing, to L. C. Lane, M. I)., Professor of
Saigery, and Edwin Kontiev, M. D., Profes
sor of An it. miy. University of the Pacific.
San Francico; and for his success in the
treatment of caes, to over l,5oo cases tieat
ed bv him, in San Fiancisc ; a!o, to Levi
Est -s. Esq., Rev. T. L. Eliot, Portland ; Win.
H. Did. m, E-(t., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
ma iy others Oregon aud 'ahinu:ton Ter
Savier, LaKoqtte & Co.,
o in: gox city.
tiuXeep constantly on hand fo sale
Midlines. 15ran and Chicken Feed. Parties
u rcha-iri'r feed mut furnish the sacks.
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
I A GE Ft BEER,
As arood as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited a nd promptly tilled.
'Live and Let Live."
JPIELDS & STRICKLEK,
COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ac.
CIIOI0L WINES AND LIQUORS.
Main -Street, Oregon CitT, one door north
of the'City Bakery.
G. W. POPS. & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA
IE!' V COPPEU, LEAD I'll L, . IK A
J'ii E AND FiTlTNO. hb '
HOSE. FOKCE AND Lit T
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
liRASS AND IRON
Also a generaUssoitment ol Hous
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING ANDjOP.BING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STOIIE you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND 11NVVAUE, LA NTEKNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
NIOHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. AV. POPE & CO.
Oregon City Oregon.
g HADES SALOOX.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MM X STREET Onon City.
HIT Families supplied.
J. BUCHTEL'8 .
NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
No. 01 First Street, (Second door south of
his old staud), l'ortland, Oregon.
AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work in niv line in a superior manner,
with all the hit -st improvements in the ait.
Nothing but lirs: class work done sit my new
and mag idiceut rooms, at low prices.
T'rit'.f r : ??sirsiiii Snri, v.hc : i "illious
n flections and Fevers of various descriptions
.-o generally prevail,
Tariimt's nfTcrvesccjit ltxcr
lias ben successful beyond all parallel.
Hence the physicians of the tropics give it
tin ir emphatic sanction, prescribing it in
preference to every other aperient in use.
The patients, of course, gladly acquiesce,
for this preparation is one of the most de
lightful, as wei! as mild and cooling cathar
tics, eliemi-try has yet devised, and posses
ses every medical virtue of the far-famed
Cerman Seltzer Spa. Vt is a powder that
onli requires the addition 'if water to pro
duce in au instant a delicious effervescent
beverage, as we'd as an invaluable medicine.
A.slt for at lid ixcccjpt none but (lie
SOLD BT ALL PKCGGIST?.
i.vj.n vi X
A01-:.TS FOll TUK JO . TIZ Ii PRISE .
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents for the ExEEnrnisK :
J. M. Baltimore. Portland, Oregon.
Thomas 15oce, San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher,
Hudwm a Men( t,41 Pas k Row, New York,
(ieo. P. Powell A Cc, 10 Park Row, New
Abbott & Co., No. 82 & 81 Nassau street,
Hudson, Menet A Co. , Chicago, Illinois.
Coe. Wetherill Co., (,i)7 Chestnut street,
HESTAO R A KIT,
LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MIX STREET, ORKOOX CITV, OREGON'.
nllE UNDERSIGNED R E
Jl spec! fully announces to his
friends and the D ave'inir public,
that lie has re-opened the above
named Restaurant. "'
Tlui proprietor knows how to serve
csntomers with Ovsteis Pio's PVet. a i
cup of Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. '27, lS71:ft
, BOUT TJTE 1ST OF APRIL, near ,
Xli. t)ivir,1T1 .'ity, a bay thorou:;;h-lired '-
ars old, anoul
14 hands hijrh, a small white f-tritie on
the near lore toot, and the hoot black and white,
no brands or other marks. Any one returning
said mare or leaving information of where she
may In-found, at the ootftee, in Oreg-on City,
will be libcrallv rewarded.
Orejron City, July 14, 1871.
JOHN II. SCIIRAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Main Sl'-t(f, Oregon ('ity,
R Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the larsest establishment in Die State. He
particularly request that nn examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
VOID QUACKS. A victim . f early in
11. discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decay. &c , having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, t, as a simple means
of self-cure, which tie w-11 send free to his
fellow, snflerers. .Address J. 11. REEVES,
73 Nassau st., New'York
Y ROOKS AND ACCOUNTS ARE IN
the hands of John Mvers. Eso . fr col
lection. All persons k owing themselves
indebted to me, will p'e se call on h ni and
rmike immediate payment. After the expi
ration of thirty davs from this date, all un
settled accounts will be placed in the hands
of an attorney for collection. Those who
wish to save costs will please t ike not:ee.
J. R. RALSTON.
Oregon City. Oct, 12. lS71.ml
JOIIS STE JE. HAVING LEFT THE
country without any notice to me, I
hereby notify all concerned, that the part
nership of H umbel & S g- is dissolved, and
will not be rtsp uisible lor any delts of hi s
HENRY HUM BEL.
Oregon City, Nov. 1, 1871. nolo
BAILEY a HARDIKG,
Successors uf L. Dillku in the Lincoln
Tr.G LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITI-
zens of Orecron Citv and surrounding j
try, that they keep constautly oa hand i
couniry, tnat ttiev Kcei
and for sale, all kinds of
BREAD, ( R CKEi;S,
CANDIES AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, and goods deli ver- f
ed at the residence uf the put chaser when !
The highest prices paid fir Butter, Eggs j
and Vegetables. .
A liberal share of public patronage is re
April 23, l7t':ly
FA .L AND W T2 CLODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &C.
MAIN STREET, OHEGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pa- the highest market price.
If you desire stood Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, TS71:tf
R. F. GAU FIELD,
CORNER MAIN' AN'D SEVtXTn STREETS,
OREG-OII CITY, OHSGOIT,
CROCilEZY and GLASSVA233-
Also, a full assortment of
Millinery anil Fancy GcmkI.s
OF THE LATEST STYLES, .
jug: n iz c e i v z d.
A CEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
O t. 6, lb7l:tt
OREGON CITV, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IX . . J
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM C A S S I M E R E S, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
I 'r'"l will also pay the highest prices for
Cutter, Er.s, and a'i kinds of good country
produce. I will sell as iow as any house
in Oregon, for Cash c its equivalent in good
mere ban I able produce.
JfjT Give me a call and satisfy yourselves
Jan. 13.1S71 tf
Agents Wanted for
SATAN IN SOCIETY.
THY AN EMINENT PIIVSICIAN AND
) Professor in one of our lirge Medical
Colleges. It deals fearlessly, but chastely,
with evils from which spring physical and
moral degradation, and domestic felicity.
It is being reviewed praised and cnticised,
by all the leading religious and secular pa
pers and maiiziiies in the U. S., and the ver,
diet of the nr.ST and most discriminating is
that it is a t-fiwirkalile- Honk; that it is timi
l;l ; that it is nested; that it will muke its
m"rk, and t!o r.nod.
It is of vital importance to every man and
woman in the land, and is having a wonder
Agents will find this a rare opportunity
to make money. Circulars, givimr full par
tieuhirs, with numerous notices of the press,
A- L. BAIICTOFT & CO ,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
TO STOCK DHOYEUS.
THE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE
Mountains, known as the "Old Emijriant
Road," is ivw incomplete order fer the ac
ciirmnodation of the traveling public. The
biidues on the road have all been tlioroughly
repaired, and stock drovers will have no
trouble in crossing- t he mountains by this
route. There is plenty ot good jjrass and
water on this route, and the distance across
is orly o0 miles, being the shortest as well
as the best road across the Cascades. Stock
drovers and emigrants will find it to their
advantage to travel over this road. Tolls
reasonable. JOSEPH VOUNO,
ClackamasCounty, June lfi, l71;tf
HOUSE AHDJLOTS FOB SALE
rTMIE UNDERSIGNED OFFFRS FOR
1 sale his residence in Oregon City. 7 here
are four lots, a good house ana barn, with a
fine cellar and a good well of water. There
is ptentvof land, and it is well adapted for
early gardening purposes. I art payment
may be made in stock. Eor pariicnlars eP
ply to - GKORGE CLAI1K.
Ore on City Juna 2 l?7Ptf
GREAT WINTER TONIC.
liegeman's Coraistl Elixir of Ciilisaya.
Bsirk, a pleasant Cordial which s'reng'hens
and improves the Digestion, an exi client
preventive of Fevers, Fever and Aene, Ac,
ana a great neno- ;iui anu ionic lor mva- i
lids and debilitated persons. IIegemax &
Co , New York, Sole Manufacturers. Sold i
by all Druggists.
Blanks-. All kinds of blanks can be '
hail at this office Job 1'rinting of everv ,
deseripfioQ neatly executed, at short
h Iiimdrod3 cf Tlioneands -
Bcai' testimcr to ttieir YVon.icr
i'ul Curi:li o liiterts.
1.VI4 -T A f?'? T'IFV C c"-
-3 5Vl T s '
!! FANG V D R i rJ IC
Made of Vnc.r K:u::,
Spirits n s! II1 I.iijttur.i 1 1-:cc i
an I SWCCtCICCi t- l-h;:,s;e t:.. t:;-!e, C-.K-'a " i i-!I-
ics,"" Asrr ctlsi vs."' K.-.-S; ';ev," c, t'.at load
V:io tippler on to ilr-i'.cniiei: a ; t r;:i::, t;v.t r.ro
a true Medicine, made fro-n U.c ;a;ivs Kooi.? cad
Hcrhs of CalU'crnic, t'vvv JV:T5S si! I Ah-c5:iic
iu::i i iKiJ i viz iuvisa 'sin's-
CIPI.i: a) r. ct !: : ---h: !r a; '
tllC ?yt.,m, C.il-1-vi;- o;V .:U ;'..- -;n:o::S I .r iiii-1
resforiii!.' f.:e l.:-od t.. a !:eal:!.y ciiditlon. No
person ran tac f'.c-e fi: :.ccwriii. to .:".ic
tiou aa.l remuiali;: v. :.w. 11.
For Sni2nni:a:t. ';- " ;- 1 "-:r;;"
mat is t:i r.5i'.t ttoi'.L Cy;!-i ' 1
gfHtunu JlllUn'.y, i I f:::i t S , :it a n d inti--miSlcnt
Fever-, I) i sen i t'Tlh:' ISI::;-.-'-,
l.i ver, Ki.hieys, ir.:i.i.icr. tii-s-2 5?u-
tcrs hare been ju.s-. .-.cc.-t.4ui;. S"-h ti-i-caws
a:-Q c:u;,el iy ViihUc-.l ;'"o;,U w,:.cl.
is treaeriy S r ! l y ..V.-. -u..;.;:.ei:t ol i...
Ditrcisi i vc Orsraii---.
DVSIT.rlA oh iND:G":-rr::?N.
Itcadadie. I'ain in thi r-iiouliiev;, Coc. !.?, T:.-'it-ncss
of the Chest, Duzines-, iSeur Kruc.a:io:;.5 of
the Stomach, Bad te.-?U: ia V.v.i "o.itu
tacks, ralpitation of Hie. K..v.rr, I'.-'-
i:. e. e'-
tUe Lnns.I'ain in the rvrfMt.ss of the. i-.K:.:ey:-,:iiiu
a hundred other painful is-vl-,.u:, arc the oa
springs of Dy?.p-j!Si:i.
Tlieyiayigoratc t!:e. Stoir.uch and s'im;;!:.!3 V.io
torpid liver ami bowels, xv:,:o'i i e: .n-r t 'ie.:i ofui
equalled efficacy in cicansir:- V.-.a U-n,-X of all
impurities, anct iuii artin z new !ii'.J aad v:'or to
the whole system.
FOR SiilS DrSA.F.S.Kriirtion.s .Tetter.
Salt Iiheum, Blotclie?. Snots, I inipl. , Pu-sfale.
Bolls, Carbnnclcs, Rhig-VorKS, fcald-TIca.l, i-'ore
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itcli, Scurf;, l:c-ioratlons cf
the Kkia", Humors and Diseases of fae Skin, of
whatever nams or nature, ar liter: ily drg r.p
and carried out of tiro pysteni in a rh rt rime hy
tlie tie of thesfi Bitters. One 'u"tl'e hi sucli
cases will convince the most increnrtoiSs of tUeir
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you Cud
.Its impurities bnrstinj? tUrer..-!i the kin la I-tuples,
Eruptions or Sores ;-cleanse it yleea yon
find it obstructed and slusf::n la the vc .!-.?;
cleanse it when it is f ml, and your fc-liag. will
tell you -when. Keep the blood pure and the
health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other CO!J3IS, InrTrintrin
the system of so many thousand-, are e.Tec: ually
destroyed and removed. For fall ''Irections, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J.AYAl-XI-Pv, Proprietor. P.. TT. MrDON'AI.O &
CO., Druirtfsts and Oca. Agents. Pan rrancisco,
Cal and S3 and St Corrune ce Street , i.'cw York.
SOLD BV ALL DRUGGISTS -VXD DEALERS.
l eb. 17: lv
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Q,iiicli Cnws nnrt rCsuIci ati Ctsis rges '
Pi-ivitt'' ?JeilsciiI K-.-rgital f rstif nte
IIo. 519 Sacramento Sivsct, corner cf
Leidesdoriii (;l leu' u;s
the Wbat Cb.'er Ilemsc.)
(Priyate entrance on Leidr-s loif!' street.)
Established Exjres$dy to Ati'ord the AlUicted
Soiind and Scientilie Medical Aid, in the
TreatTiient and Cure of all Private and
Chronic Discuses, Cases of Secrecy and all
To tin- AHliftcf!.
T)R. Y. K. DOHERTY returns his pirere
thanks to hit nntnerons patients for their
patronage, and would take this opj-ortnnity
to remind them that he. continues to consult
at his Institute f r the cute of ehrorie dis
eases of the Luniks, Diver, Kidney?, Dicrtss
tive and Genito-Urinarv Organs, and al
private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its forms
and stages, Seminal Weakness ani all the
horrid consequences of .self-abuse. Conorr
hcoa, f!h et. Strictures, Nocturnal and Diur
nal Emissions. Sexual Debility, Diseases of
he Re.ck and Loins, inflammation of the
Ill idder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hopes
that his lonr experience rind successful prac
tice wii! continue to insure him a share of
public patronaire. I'v the practice of many
vears in Europe and the United States, lie
enabled to apply the m
efficient and suc
cessful remedies siiraiiist diseases of all kinds
He uses no mercury, d m ites moderate, treats
his patients in a cmrci t and hoi orabie wav,
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
hiirti standing in socetv. Allliarties ron-
sultinsr him bv letter or otherwise, w ill re
ceive the best and irentlest treatme it ar.d
To Fc initios.
When a female ism trouble, or afflicted
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, diioness of si;;ht,
loss of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart, irritibritv, nervousness, extreme ur
inary diilieulties. derangement oi Ji.e-tivc
func'lions, general debility, vagi runs, a I! dis
eases of the womb, hysteria, eternity and all
other diseases peculiar to It nuiles.sbesliouid
o-,, or wn'e at i.n.-c t the c b loated female
doctor, XV. K. DoHI IiTY, at hisMedicd In
stitute, and consult him about her ttouhlc-s
and diseases. The Doctor is ( fleeting more
cures than anv other physician in the State
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent
ou. but anplv immediately and save yourself
from painful sufietincs and premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate hf aith or
other circumstances prevent an increase ;n
their families -lmuld write or call at DR. W .
K. ROIIKRTY'S Medical Insti'iite, and they
will receive everv possible relief and help.
The Doctor 's oflices are so arraner d that be
can be consulted without fear 3f observation.
Patients residing in any part of the Sf ate
however distant, who mav desire 1he opinion
and advice of DR. DOHERTY iu their respec
tive cases, and who thinK jiroper to sunmii s
written statement of such, in preference to
holding a personal interview, are respectful
ly assuted that their eommunieaf 'ons will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case be
fully and candidly described, personal com
munication will lie unneeessary, as instruc
tions for diet , regimen and lhc general treat
ment of tne ca-e itself Oncludinir the reme
d'es), will be forwarded without delay, and
in such a manner as to convey no idea of the
purport of the letter or parcel.
f TrConsuItat ion by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay.
Sperm a t orrlnra.
DR. DOIIERTY has ju-t published n im
portant pamphlet, embodying his own view?
and experiences in relation to Impotence cr
Virility; licing a Short Treaties on Sperm a
torriicea or Seminal AYeikness, Nervous and
Physical I)ebilit- consequent on this a flee
Con, and other diseases of tlw Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to all, whether married or si nede
and will tie sent FREE by mail on receipt of
six cents ii postage stamps for return post
AY. K. DOIIERTY.M. D..
julyS'dy s;an Franci-co Cal 1
IS HEREBY GIVEN TAT MY WIFE,
Julia A., his left my be and board w;th
out provocation, and that 1 will pay no debts
that she may contract
Oregon City, Sept. 20 ISTo'wi
fVH a TTTTT'y APT1 VAT A 1-TT C.--. '
Is widely known
as one of the most
ever discovered for
cleansing the sys
tem and purifying
the blood. It has
stood the test of
years, with a con
stantly rrrowinjr rep
utation, based on its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re-
markable cures. Jio mild as to De saie anu
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful 0
cures, many of which are publicly known,,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,.
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis- 0
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches
ISoils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St
Anthony's Pire, Kose or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt Kheum, Sealrt
Head, King-worm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and Liver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Iropsy, Iyspep
sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Iisease,
Female Weakness, Iebility, and
Eeueorrhoea, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring. By renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
v it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
PREPARED B T
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
: S A h Z i.
in crex'-e llie populat ity
of this valuable ITi.'ir lreparatim ;
wliicli due to mei-it alone. We cr.n
assure oar olil pntrotts tlitit it is kept
fully up to its sf arwlarcl ; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep
aration for restoring Gray or Faded
Hair to its youthful color, inline: it
soft, lustrous, and pi! ken. Tlie calp,
by its use, become white, and clean.
It removes all eruptions and dandruff,
and, by its tonic properties, prevents
tlie hair from fjl'ing out, as it stimu
lates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, tlie hair grows thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restores the
capillary glands to their normal vigor,
and will create a new growth, except
in extreme old age. It is the most
economical IIaip. Dressing ever used,
as it requires? fewer applications, and
gives the hair a splendid, glossy ap
pearance. A. A. ir.ayes, 3J.I)., State
Assayer of Massachusetts, says, " The
constituents arc pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality; and I
consider it the Best Preparation
for its intended purposes."
Sold b-j all Drugrj'nl, and Dealers in Zfcdicincs.
Price One Dollar.
FOR TEE WHISKERS.
As our Ivcnev.'er in many cases re
quires too long a time, and too much
care, to restore gray or faded Whisk
ers, we have prepared this dye, in one
preparation; which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
is easily applied, and produces a color
which will neither rub nor wash oTF.
Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty
Manufactured by R. P. HALL &. CO.,
. nitsluf Sj-jh;ii,
The FLORENCE is the best Fewing Ma
chine lor Family use, because it so seldom
gets emt of Order. 11 there is one in Ore
gon not woiUing well, if informed of it. I
will fix it without expense of any kind to
19 Montgomry St., South
Grand Hctel EmMIng,
SAK FRANCISCO. CALIFORKIA
SESI) FOR CIIICULARS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IX EVEJty
- March 31, lSTltmlO
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C0URT3SY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
m;ivERSiTr of California,