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l-'IilJUCAIir 9. 1872
The Sensation of Absent Limbs -
It lias long been known to sur
vcov.t that when a limb lias been
cat off the suaerer does not lose
the conciousness of its existence"
This has been found to be true in
nearly every such case. Only
about live per cent, of the men
who have suffered amputation nev
er have any feeling of the part as
being still present. Of the rest
there are a fuw who in time come
to foriret the missing member while
the remainder seem to retain a
peuse of its existence so vivid as to
be more definite and intrusive
than is that of the truly living fel
A person in. this condition is
haunted, as it were, by a constant
or inconstant.1 fractional phantom
of so much, of himself as lias been
lopped away an unseen ghost of
the lost part, and sometimes a
presence made sorely inconvenient
by the fact that while but faintly
felt at titr.es, it is at others acutely
culled' to his attention by the pains
or irritations which it appears to
suffer from a blow on the stump or
a change in the weather.
There is something almost trag
ical, something ghastly, in the no
tion of these thousands of spirit
limbs haunting as many good sol
diers, and every now ami then
tormenting them with the disap
pointments which arise when, the
memory being oii guard for a mo
ment, the keen sense of the limb's
presence betrays the man into some
c"ifort, the failure of which of a
sudden reminds him of his loss.
3fany persons feel the lost limb
as existing the moment they awak
en from the merciful stupor of the
ether given to destroy the torments
of the knife ; others come slowly
to this conciousness in days .and
weeks, and when the wound has
healed ; but, as a rule, the more
sound and serviceable the stump,
especially if an artificial limb be
worn, the more likely is the man
to feel faintly the presence of Ins
shorn member. Sometime a blow
on the stumi) .will reawaken such
conciousness, or, as happened in
one case, a reamputation higher up
the limb will summon it anew into
"ith others it is a presence nev
er absent save m sleep. "If," says
one man, "I should say I am more
sure of the leg which ain't than of
the one that are, I guess I should
be about correct." LipidncolCs
church is to be established in this
city, on Sunday next, under the
lastorial charge of Rev. Cora Tap
pan," who commanded the Xew
iIexiean brigade' during the war,
wlro served in the Indian Peace
Commission and who was for many
years a newspaper correspondent,
connected with the. Xew York
l'ih(;. and other papers. Rev.
3 Irs. Tnppuii was lormerly 3 Irs.
Cora Hatch, and subsequently
Airs. Cora Daniels, and was well
known throughout the country as
a spiritual medium of the '"inspira
tional1' order. She is said to be
possessed of a highly poetical and
ornamental style of eloquence, and
thoit'4'li she is not the medium of
Demosthenes, like Mrs W'oodhull,
she is said to be the medium of
twelve departed rhetoricians, who
all understood oratory as well a
Demosthenes. The Rev. Mi Rur-
ieigh, Rev. Aliss
Hows, Rev. Miss Olympia Urown
and a number of other reverend
ladies, will have the honor of as
sisting at the ordination of Rev.
3Irs. Tappau, who is the author of
a volume of poetry lately publish
ed, entitled WI Icsperia," evidently
v-ot inspired by 3liiton, Pope or
Ryron. A" ". Sl.u-, -Ant. ii
Tasi'i-:. A cultivated
taste marks a woman of e!er-iuce
and refinement as decidediy as a
kixwled;e of clasical literatiire
a Lieut lesnan ; a
notion r in which female vulgarity
is more clearly sliown than in want
of ta-ue. Tins is an axiom that
we think will not admit of dispute;
but it is a question how far taste is
natural, an 1 how far it may be ae
oaircd. .V delicate taste must, to
:i c.rfnn ovfnnt .lo,wmil no,.., ll. I
organization of the individual; and ! ;v!1,,n- ,ho heathen," said the no
il is impossibfe for any rules to be j wtsu a!alied boy.
laid down which will impart taste I
to persons entirely devoid of it. ;
itt litis is verv f!.!o.':i tin e.-tst'
with w,;;u,i ; as it is one of tll J that lmrt ot tlte ceremony, "I pro
lew points in whi-i, wom,n nattt- i "T i. 7" ' u U
rallv excel me:. .Men mav 1e an-l j ft'vet shoutcl -htUl-I.ea-ls ! lmll
rooaniv are, n.erior to women in i hc:uls ' f the -HKement of
pronaoiv are, s;n
all that iv('.iires jirol";un t.h;irht
a;ul general knowleile, hut in the
arrangement ol' a luase, anl the
ititrodnetion of ornamental t"irni
tnre and articles 'oijottterie, there
can be no doubt of the innate su
periority of woman. Every, one
must have remarked the difference
a the furnishing of a bachelor's
house, and one where a lady pre
sides ; the thousand little elegances
of tin; latter, though nothing in
them-elves, adding, like cyphers,
prooiiousis- to the value ot the
solid articles they are appended to. j
- or iohacco. A
vir-mi:i woman was ivcentlv cut
in in the muls t. nt i, .-! '
r i - t ,-'avs- tobacco i
Old n tor she had smoked and
ciewed a hundred years. About
mi. o.hhj iiiiiu a coioreo w,im. i i " i 5,;,,1 tUnt " -
livino- near DtntnVie, 1 Ld t- ' I a"'1 , T, S !
i-e of m ,1 o - V , att 'ias can iold his ears over the '
arc ot JJ, and it is satd timt -!l(.r t u of head, he doesn't need
pTe was her constant cotupauiou." any hair, anyhow' j
A Browned Man's Body Recovered
Last week a man fell into the De
troit river and was drowned. The
next day attempts were made to
find the body with grappliughooks.
While the men were thus engaged,
a buyer of junk stuff, named David
Ilepito, an Itallian, who happened'
to pass up the tTocks, watched them
for a while and then asserted that
he knew of something that would
lea-d to- the speedy grappling up of
the body. lie proposed to get a
loaf of bakers bread, put some
quicksilver into one end, and seri
ously asserted that on beim; thrown
into the water it would float to a
point directly over the body, and
then stand still. He was hooted
at, and told to go about his junk
buying, not a man believing in
the old woman's whim as they
Ik'plto went away and returned in
a little while, threw a iouf of bread
Tito the water near wheie the man
went off the dock, and in a mo
ment called the attention of two
attention Ot two
the fact that the
,r -tv. iii.l ;L o -i
Ig alOlltKl l.kC a
men below to
i i i:i.
loai was spmmn- .uui.m i.ivir a
tip. It went partly under the dock,
-tood still for a moment, and then
went halt a block down stream,
tut mm' riLiht ami lelt, ami, a
vouched for by five different men,
stood nearly two minutes against
the current, which was floating
drift wood right by it. Very much
excited the Italian shouted to the
searchers to drag over the spot.
They were farther down, and it
was a half an hour before they
passed over the spot, but when
they did it was hooked into the
clothes of the drowned sailor, and
lie was hauled to the dock. De
Dl uixg the recent terrible fires
in Western Michigan, there were
three brothers, owners of valuable
mills and buildings, which they
and their neighbors (some of whom
weie Christian men) were defend
ing from the fires until they were
exhausted and in despair. One of
tiie owners a frank, rough, wicked
man, of huge frame and generous
impulses, said many hard words
about God's permitting the de
struction of so much property for
no good to any one. Finally he
gave up, and said to his neighbors,
k(io home, go home, nothing more
can be done for us, God can do. as
he pleases." Just then a few
drops of rain fell ; looking up,
they saw the cloud, and all redoub
led their efforts. A slight rain fell,
the fire was checked and the mills
saved. The rough man dropped
upon his knees, great tears rolled
down his face, his hands were clasp
ed, head bowed, and he was ago
nizing to express his thanks. Sud
denly he sprang to his feet, vigor
ously swinging his hat, and with
the most intense earnestness shout
ed, "Hurrah for God I Hurrah for
God ! !"
Turrit is 1ui;-;f. Anybody can
soil the reputation of an individu
al, however pure and chaste by ut
tering a suspicion that his enemies
will believe and his friends never
hear of A puff of the idle wind
can take a million of the seed of a
thistle, and do a work of mischief
which the husbandman must labor
long to undo, the floating particles
being to fine to be stopped. Such
arc the seels of slander, so easily
sown, so di iieull to be gathered
up, and yet so pernicious in their
fruits. The slanderer knows that
many a mini will catch up the
..i ". i i. i i,..
its insinuations, without ever seek
ing the antidote. Xo reputation
can refute a sneer, nor any human
skill prevent mischief.
A negro passing along the street,
was astonished to hear a voice call
out, "How d'ye do, Massa Mango?
how d'y do, Snowball ?" and on
looking. observed it proceeded from
a parrot in a splendid gilt cage.
"Ah, Massa Parrot," said blackee,
"vou great man here you lib in
gold house now ; but me know
your fader very well ; he lib in de
A Vouxs; boy being chafed in
school by some pupils older than
himself, became angry, and pick
ing up the first thing he came to
(which hap) c led to be a testa
ment) threw it at them. The teach
er inquired what he was doing.
Lit .1 1
1 u CasUDg till' WO HI Of V0I
a recent weilumir in Klti
as the cleruvntan reaelied
some and the consternation of oth
ers present on the occasion.
-V worthy Quaker thus wrote :
"I expect to pass through this
wotid but once; if, t here fore, there
can be any kindness I can show, or
any jjjood tiling I can do to any fel
low beinix, lot me do it now. Let
ni not defer or neglect it, for I
will not pass this way aain."
When a man is unable to tell
the time by his watch, because
them fire two li.'inils mid lie does
not know "which to believe," it
a tocrai)e suro rrj, that he has
oartaken or more reti eslunents tlian
A llartfor.l editor havin- twit-;
ted an editor in a nei-hb rin- city j
of h.in, l,:vld. subsenuentlv a nolo- I
A U.CTIOXAXD COMMISSION
AUCTIONE E It !
Comar of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate. Groceries, GeneEadMercLan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Richardson, Auctioned
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Scrtws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron
A lareassortmentof Groceries and Liquors
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneer
MAIN ST KELT,
on City. Oreuon.
I rims POPULAR HOUSE HAVING T?een
1 lately iniiI l TED and FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t aoccomnio
,i .... 1 1,,,,- i!i with II liD-FI ISM !'!
the Pronrietors are now ready t aoccomnio
- cust.:.MM s with II A KD-FIMS11E 1
d .nine or single ro ins. TIk-v invite all those
'ond ' GOOD MEaL amh (;O00 RED.
t i call and trive them ati i .l, lor tiicv are
cullli,len, ,.K.V Cjt Tease eveivit nlv, because
they know how to keep a Hotel.
Prices to si.it the i:uies ami Everybody,
according to the rooms t eenpied.
Attached to the House is a
O 6 frh m
For the accommodation of csutomers.
M E li III A M & FO U I M I: II ,
Ju:ie lf, 18 1 l:tf Proprietors.
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions 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 manv new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the very
b '-t of mechani' S, to build anew, recon
s met, make, paint, iron and tarn out all
complete any sort ol a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
lilacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing ueatlv, qnicklv nod cheap
ly done. DAVID S.MII H.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
J0H?J B. PILKIPJGTON, EL D.,
JATE OF SAX FltAXCI.SCO, II AS LO
j ca'ed in Portland. Oregon. Olliee : In
H line-.' Ihiilding. First street (three doers
from Lad 1 A Tiltm's lJ ink), where he mny
be coiisnlit d daily, and will treat diseases
of the ab ive named org ins as specialties.
All operations upon the Eve and Kai per
formed iu the most scientific and careful
AKT1 FICTAL EYES, having aM the beauty
and mobility of th natural eye, Juserted.
Iieieis bv ieiiiiis-ioii, for his pruft-s.-ional
stamlinii, to L. C lame, M, !., rofesor o.'
Surgery, and Edwin lientley, M. 1)., Profes
sor of An itoiny, University of the Pacific.
San Fi anciseo?. and for his success in the
treatment of eases, to over l.-ji'D cases tieat
cd bv liiin, in San Francisco ; also, to Levi
Ests, Esq., Wev. T. L. Eliot, Portland ; Win.
11. Di'h u, E-q., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
many others Oregon and Washington Ter
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Ilain Street, Oregon City-
.11,-st BILLIARD TA BLT'.S in OK KG OX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention or the lovers or this
popular amusement to them.
T n i: B A 11 1 S S VP 1' I A El)
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Wilis kits and Punch.
also, a xo. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oregw Citj Jan. 1, 1872:1 f
1 'H -.f .lOK
FOR 111E MAXUFACTOIiY OF
SASH, eilMOSAND OCGRS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
rrs- Thpy will also do TURNING, of evry
ile.-cription to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl 1 1
ALL V.'OHK WARRANTED,
Sliop nn the River, back of Ackerme.n's
Store, Oregon Citj', Oregon.
Constantly on hand
PARLOR, BEDROOM, OFFICE,
' KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAUS,
Louuges, Rocking Chairs, Vhatnots, Bed
Siles Room In Dr. Thesins's Brick, Main
Jacob Stitzei.. JamesR. Ui-tox
STITSEL & UPTO II,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
Will attend to the sale and pnrchast
ot Real E.-t:no in all parts of t he C'ity and
t ite. Special attention given to the sale ol
East I'ortliVid property.
Address P. O. Box 4 V2, Port! iwl. Orecon
ST1TZEL .V- UPTON.
91 f. L'eal Kxtute Brokers.
A. G. WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
C orner of Front an.l Alilcr Street,
BLANK BOORS RULED and ROUND to
anv aesirea panern.
MUSIC I0KS' MAGAZINES, NEWS-
PAPERS,- Etc., bound in. every variety of
yie known to the trade.
toSI,drt0ffroai the coantT Vmptl7 at
any desired pattern.
J $A? t i ham W W
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
S. ACICERIIA & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPI1IXG & DIMMER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper tliasi tlae CSeaicsf.
We would sav, come and convince your
self before purchasing claewhei e. Oar stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
CHOTHING, II ATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
and a great many articles too numerous to
ALO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOOL wanted, for which we pay
the U CUI I EST PRICE.
Oregon City, Apiil 21, ls71:tf
-"W yimtjt, -mA;y
The ing of Vineral Sprinas is the Ger
man Sri zoi- ; a d
IHiirani'ij iviiiivivitiit Scltzci
A jji'i ii i;i
Is its dnplicate. Letters attesting its won-
lerUil Ionic Aperu-nt ;ind anti ILliou-i
qualities swarm in fr .-m every source. The
qu 'stiiiii hni been settled whe;h -r arti ci.d
medicated waters mav not be (iiual to tho-e
which burst sparkling 1ro:i) the earth its'd:
Tl.ey cm ; ued genuine, proves t..c lUct.
Be cauii'His Accept none otner.
soi.n uv all imm:ggist?.
LA TE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MVI STltEKT, OKEfJOX CITV, OKE(;0X.
JIIE UNDERSIGN ED KE- s
jl speeti'uJ'y anttonnces to his vS 'V J
fi lends and ti.e t. ave'itur tnib'ie, vclv
that I e has re-opened the above
'J'he proprietor knows how to serve his !
csntoiuers with Oyst-is, l'i.:'s Feet, a good
cup ot Uollee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, lS71:tf
Amei-iean "MARl', eiv:V.t"vear- old, about Cr J
1 1 hauils hiyli, ;i small v !n?e ftrii-e o;iU 11
the near fore toot, and the. hoot black und white,
nobrands or oiher mark-.. Any one returning
said mare or leavmfr information of when' she
may hi: found, at the :) -toiiiee, in Oregon City,
will le hlerallv rewar.lcd.
Ore .-on City, July 11, ls7 1.
JOHN II. SCII II AM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
! f i
M.i in St-tef, Oregon City,
Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the larprest establishment in the State, lie
nartictilaily requests that an examination of
his stock be made before huyinr elsewhere.
ORE SON CITY
(pj 1 1 K N II Y II IT 71 BEL,
Havinc: purchased the above llrewerv wish
es to inform the pubHe that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
i. a a -; ; n e e ii,
As ccood as can he obtained an where in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
HOUSE AKOL0TS FOB SALE
rpilE UNDEHSK.NED OFFFILS FOR
JL sale his residence in urepon City. There
are lour lots, a good hou-c and liarn, with a
line cellar and a p;ood well f water. There
is identy of huid, and it is well adapted for
early rard.-mu purposes. Part payment
may be made in stock. For particulars ep
ply to GLOUOE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna2 lc7Ltf
GHEA.T WfMTER TGN!C.
II-;mf n's CortTial Klixlrof Ca liaaj-si.
IJai U, a pleasant Cordial which strengOiens
and improves the ):estion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers, Fever and Acne, Ac,
and a prreat Tieno- -tor and Tonic for inva
lids and "dt bil t.ited prrsor.s. Heoemax &
Co , Xew York, Sole Manufacturers, iiold
by all Druggists.
A VOID QUACKS. A victim of early in-
discretion, eausing nervous debility,
premature deeav. Sec . havinir tried in vain
every advertised remedv, fas a simple means j
ct en-cure, which he w;U send free to lus
fellow sntlerers. Address J. II. REEVES,
78 Nassau St., Xew York
NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTEKPRISE OFF
Oregon City, Jaa 13:tt
OF BANCROFT LIBRARY, f
C- W POPE & GO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IRON, BRA
lERs: (.'OPPEl;, LEAD PI1E, IR
I'li'E and fittings, rcbke
HOSE. FOPCE AND LIFT
PUMPS, ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IKON
Also a general cssoitment ot Hons
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STOiiK you
HARDWARE ANT) BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. W. t'O
Oregon City Oregon.
OAS LEY & MAHDSG,
Successors of L. Dillku in the Liucola
1)EG LEAVE TO INFORM TIIE CITI
) zens of Oregon City and surrounding
country, that they keep constantly on hand
and for sale, all kinds of
CANDIES AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, and goods deliver
ed at the residence of the purchaser when
The highest pi ices paid for Butter, Eggs
and Vegftabl s.
A liberur share of public patronage is re
April 'j:J, s7t:lv
FALL AND WIHTEII GOODS
JUST RICEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARD W A R E, G R 0 C E II IE-,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, C.
IAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRO E f all kin Is Lou-ht. for whic? I
pay the hihefct market pi ice.
'i you desire jrood Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
s.-. k of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, lS71:tf
hi a e sr k -UJ j 0 va E-i q
COltXEK MAIN AM) SF.VKSTII STUEK'IS.
OHEGON CIT1", OliSGOIT,
CIIOCX Ti'. and GLASS Willi
Also, a full assortment of
Milliiicrj iwvA Fancy Goods
OF THE LATEST ST E ,
J (J S T E O ! V E
A EN IN EXCIIA GE FOIi GOOilS.
Ol t. fi, leTLtf
OREGON CITV, ORECON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
I a!?o keep constantly on hand
SALEM C ASS IM E R E S, FLA NNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell nt the Factory Prices, and
will take wool iu exchange.
5T"I will also pay the highest prices for
Putter, Errtis, and ail kinds of good country
produce.. 1 w;!I seil as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or Us equivalent in good
j Give me a call and satisfy yourselves
J-.r. 13, 1871. tf
FOR 8 872.
OV'EIl OXE UU.VDUlfiU PAGES,
Prin'ed in Two Colors, On etiocrb Tixtf.d
Paper. I'iiii r Iluitclrrd Engraving
of Plow irs, Plants und Vegetable,
with description, aid
Directions and plans for making Walks
sold of 1S71,
Hoc Hester, X. Y.
Savier, LaRoque & Co.,
jfcKeep constantly on hand for sale
jjgwns. iiitrde us, c. i ne nanosomest and j eApencnces in reiaiiort to lmriotence or
bpst FLORAL (il lDK in iheWurld. All i Virility ; being a Shoi t Treaties on S.,ern!a
for TE " CEXTS, to those who think of! torrhwa or Seminal Weakness, Nervous and
having Seeds. Not a qarter the cost. 200.000 ! Physical Debility conscoiient on this 'f-,i
I fho tv r,jPsi lVcrwrv
V i ii t u A U oil 1 L h s .
;2 ' Hundred.! cf Thousands c .
r Ecar testimony to their AVosnJer- ci :
c o i'ul Cirrali o itifccts. Ti'i'
ill WHAT ARE THEY ? sr
C'g 2 THEY AR!3 NOT A VII. E 3
11 FANCY D R --1 KMi
Made of I'ac.r V.uni, Vh:f!;P-, A
.Spirits and lie IAv, :!! rr. :' '.. ; .-''
and swtctene i t pL-ui- : t'.u t.-.-t -'. '
lcs,""Appeti2Ts," R.-st.-rers,- ac, t'.aU lea !
the tippler on to h-.::-'.:c-r.:'.i..v. tf.t sre
atruo Medic ine.'.nr. jo i'i:: tttcNatlv j V.cf:'. iva
Tles c-f Ca'ifc.rr.i-i. fvcv Vvt-.-.n -A'. Ayo':A.-
fI iitt iilai::
q I lyz.V-1, et Kfii-'i r.t-'-r w.C. I -z v '
the Pyt-t c.irry :.U p'-'i'.-.tv-.s i.'atlv a:i;
restoring ti.e hl.-.u tv i. v.V.i-? c-.t.:i.
person can taV.o I'.c : : vr? ..; co:' ..r ;; to
L tion an1 rc.na',-v t - nr. v.- !!.
For ;r.ii:ir.i::i:;i.:-r- fin.: Chv'i- lthc:x
matiKM ai:.! (Jo::?. Dysrcr.a , r lad:.
eresSiou, H;;::!1!., t.i: l,!;-.;i-
Miitier.t 1"J'V !, l-h : ;t' i f-'' -J5---Uvcr,
KUhii'jM. a ii -I lil.i .l.l-r, ;;;'";i
tet-3 liavo b ---a ! '. : S:;th -
cases are c:ir.?ed by Viti;!-: ?1 5 v.;i.f.
is frenerally r-roducj.1 by v..-:a:ix- :t:i.; -i t-i-Dii'f
! i v c Orjrr. ::s.
lY.m'KiSiA Oil 1NTH"n');.
Hcad.ielui. I'a'.ii i.i th.- f-tion'.r.c :, Ct. 1
nesstif the CUccXjy.y.y.:..''----, l-.;u- - - -
the SlomaeU, T5ad t.-.it i : V.n M---V.h i:-:.:o.y.i --C-tacks,
ra!i);t;:iU: of : . '- ;' -
the l.u.u:.-,l'-;-i in r -. ; ::'t:iv i.-.r.. y.....
a hundred oth?r painlut f-yuiptius, - C.c ....
springs of Dyspepsia.
'"Tlicy invigorate tiie Stomarh and rti-nnla'o ia-
torpid liver tf.nl low-.-'.-, '.v!:irh
ejual!ed cQcacy l:i c-iear.sinv
t.,r f. '. t
iinnurities, and iinparti.i g nc .v
: ..i v;- i.:' I.
tiie ivholc system.
FOR SIS. IN mST-IAWT.Ss . m; -fw.Tc -t ter.
Salt i:hcuni,.D:o,tcIics. p-ls, riaip;..-s, I'-.i.-iub-:-.
Boils, Cartpnelcs, L.ie.g-Worms, s;;:;i.l-:ira L.-'or-.
Eyes, Erysipelas, Iteli, Scarf, Dise.d ratior.s ol
the ?kin, Humors and Dis.asos ci";Lo Skin, o:
whatever nam.: or r.aiure, aiv liu-ru'dy dsi "'
and carried out of the system in a r-h--r ti:uo by
the visj of thesa Bitters. Ore I-n'..; iu sr..;i:
cases will convince tho most iiicreiul us ol ihei:
Cleanse the Vitiated Tdood whenever yc-.i f.::d
Its impuriiics bars tin:; t!uvu:ch ti.-upkl.i itil'iin
plcs, Ernplions cr Sores; cleanse n ".v'.::'U you
find it obstructed and shu;,r;sh in the veins;
cleanse it when it is f'ul, and your feeling w".i
tell you when. Keep tie blood pure and tho
health of the system will follow.
VIS, TA PEand other VVOIiIS, lurlcinK in
the system of so many t'.iousa.o'.s, are e'lectua'.ly
destroyed and r 'moved. Eur faU din- tions, reaC
carefully the circular aiv.iud each bottle.
J. -WALKER. Proprietor. R. II. ?.tr l)0; .Vbi &
CO., Dnm.tdst3 aadC.en. Atr.::,t-, f'aa Fran.?isf;o,
Cab, and KendOl Cohimerc otreet. New Vork.
SOI.P BV ALL DRUG CISTS AND DEALERS.
Feb. 17: ly
Ciiiitlc Curt'9 :im5 I-?e-te C l;arjcs.
Or- W. lln Dofre ? y's
Private rI clfcit yn-g5t-nl Institute
Ho.519 Cccramento street, corner cf
Leidesorff, low doors below
tho What Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on Leidesdoi ft' street.)
Established Expressly to A tiV.ru the Alihcted
Sound and Scicnt itic 1 ed ical A id, in tlio
Treat iiient unl Cure ol all Private and
Chronic i.-eases, Cas-os of Secrecy and all
To t!f Ai'5i iil.
DR. W. K. DOllERTY returns lii.s si; cere
thanks to his i.unieious jiatients for tho'i
patronage, and Would take this epjiortimity
to remind the:n that he continues to consult
at his Institute for t'-e cure of clirorie dis
eases of the Li-.nirs, Liver, Kidneys, Dises
tive and J en i to-Ui inar y Organs, and ai
private di-t ase, vis : Svphilis in all its foi u s
and stagi s, Seminal V'cakr,es and all the
hortid coiiseqneiices of self-abn-e, il v.-i
h(ea, Ol ct, S t rict tin s, Nt.cturna! end Dit.r
nal Emissions. Sexual Deliildy, Diseases ot
the Pack and Loins, i lu'ammation of the
151. older and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hopes
that his long experience and succes-l'ul prac
tice will continue to insure him a share of
public patronage. P.y the practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, lie is
cnaVf d to apply the most e Hie' cut and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all k'nds
He uses no mercury, c: ai ge model ate, t i e, it
his patients in a correct and honorable war,
and has references ot unque.-tionable veraci
ty fiom men of known resectabi!ity and
high &t antf lag in society. All parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the he.-t and gentlest t! c.itme :t :.r.d
AVlo'Ti a feniale is in trouble, or Arreted
with disease, sis weakness of the ba k and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of si :ht,
loss of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart, irrit iliiiit', nervoiisncss, extreme ur
inary diliienlties. leran;ei:-iit of uige-tive
functions, general debility.' vaginit is, ail dis
eases of the womb, hysteri;i, stei iiity ai d all
other diseases peculiar to females, she should
go cr write at once to t' e c h boded female
doctor, W. K. I'tOllKKTV, at his Medical It.
stitnfe, and consalt l.im about Iu r tt cubic?
and diseas'-s. The Doctor icfhcting more
oiireA than any other phy sician in the tte
of California. Let no false delicacy pit-vent
von, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful snflei ings and premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate health or
other circumstances prevent an inciea-T :r.
their families should write or call at 1)U. V.
K. DOII KKI V'S Medical InstiMde, ar.d they
will receive every possible relief and help.
The Doctoi's ofiices are so arrr.r.ccd tl.nt he
pan be consulted without fear of observation.
Patients residing ia any pa r t of the State
however distant, who mav desire the opinion
and adviceof I'R.DOIIF.UTY in their itsikc
tive cases, and who think proper to submit s
written statement of such, in preference to
holding a personal interview, are respectful
ly as.su ted that their communication will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case bt
fully and candidly described, persoaa! com
munication will tie un ne' essa ry, as instruc
tion. for diet . regimen and the general treat
ment of ti.e ea-e itself including the icme
dies will be forwarded without delay, and
m such a manner as to convey no ideaof the
purport of the letter or parcel.
jf?fOonsultation by letter or otherwise.
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay!
Spcrinaton Un a.
DR. DOIIETITY has just published nn ,m
pnrtant pamphlet, embodying his own view?
tion. and other rliso-isr.i! S fU o,. w.
j i bis httle v,-ork contains information of the
: utmost, value to ali, whether married f rcir-lc
; and will be sent FI1EE bv mail on receipt" r,f
' six cents in postage stamps for return post
age. Address. 1
W. K. DOIIERTV. Jf. D
juIySOly San Francisco Ca'l 1
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For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,,
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ful Bronchitis, when they know how easily
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lied upon as possessing ail the virtues it has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures as
memorable as the greatest i: has ever effected.
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Practical and Analytical Chemists.
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For restoring to Gray Hair its
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Asreii'.s x lied this a rare opren tunitv
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e . : .1 i .i;t- i---' o .'. in .. .vulnllllslra-
late of Clackamas couaiy. ( )i c-t-On. All persons
vri . . j.... .. i ' -.. '..ii, -.11
knov.inu' theras,-iv.- in-h-bred So the uid (
arf ivi!iese-l to make named isiie r,-,t
t ee;t.. d
tlie sanie: .in I ah ;k ;--.uih hu iu- hiils aair
the fttoresui i oM-e.ss- .i, inu-t ji;t-.;iit tie s.-ii
denee, m Oreui :y, wi r.r, Bl:; months iVcm
the date ol this. T,u: i;e;!.!io:i.
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