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MARCH 8, 1872.
THE CSK15AT WOUSIUP
ST JOilS G. WlTHTIKlt.
Tbe Larp at nature's advent strtung
Has never ceased to play ;
The song the stars of morning sung
Has never died away.
And prayer 13 made and praise is given,
13y all things near and fa?;
The ocean looketh up to heaven,
And minora every star.
Its waves are kneeling on the strand,
As kneels the bumble knee.
Their white locks bowing to lh.e sand,
The priesthood of the seal
They pour their glittering treasures forth,
Their gifts of pearl they bring,
And all the listening hills &f earth
Take up the song they sing.
Tbe green earth scuds her incense up
From, many a mountain shrine;
From- folded k?at and dewy cup
She pours ber sacred wine.
The mists above the morning rills
Rise white as wings of prayer ;
The alter curtains of the hills
Are sunset's purple air.
The winds with hymns of praise are loud.
Or low with sobs of pain;
The thunder-organ of the cloud,
The drooping tears of vuia.
TYith drooping head, and branches crossed.
The twilight forest grieves.
Or speaks with tongues of l'entecost
ij ions all its sunlit leaves.
The blue sky is the temple's arch,
Its transept earth and air ;
The music of its starry march,
The chorus of its prayer.
So nature keeps the reverent" frame,
G With which her ears began,
And all her signs and voices shame
The-prayerless heart of man.
Woman's Rights in Practice.
A lamentable state of tilings ex
ists in Wyoming Territory, savsS
the Washington Patriot, where
women are accepted ns jurors as
well as voters. -Recently a man
was tried for his life for murder
before a jury which included three
women married in its number.
On the third day, when all the tes
timony was nearly in, one of the
females became ill and was excus
ed. Another juror was sworn and
all the testimony had to be taken
over again for "the benefit of tho
rew juror. Finally, after a week's
labor, and at cost of 81,000 to tho
county, the prisoner was declared
guilty of murder in the first de
gree. At this juncture, however,
it was for the lirst time discovered
that one of the females who had
sat on the jury was not a citizen
of the United States, of which
fact the gallantry and modest' of
tho counsel for the prosecution,
who hesitated to ask impertinent
questions of the ladies, had kept
him in ignorance. It now became
necessary to order a new trial,
but the unhappy prisoner request
ed to be allowed to plead guilty to
murder in the second degree, and
be punished with imprisoinent for
life, rather than undergo another
trial before a female jury. The re
quest of the culprit was granted
by the Court, and so the legal farce
ended. These were the curious ju
dical leatures ot the case; but who
can estimate at their proper valua
tion the unnatural social and do
mestic incidents connected with it?
The incarceration for seven succes
sive days of the jury, under the
fatherly and refined charge of the
SherilV; the muttered curses and
loud complaints of the deserted
Rusbands and outcries of their
bawling children as they daily be
sieged the court-room to catch a
glimpse, however evanescent, of
the neglectful wives and mothers ?
Who? but no; let us forbear.
The theme is too painful for us to
linger upon it.
Blackmailing the Merchants
o It costs something to be an hon
est man in the New York Custom
house under Radical administra
tion. In fact, honest is next to
impossible under the prevailing
system, and only rogues and rogu
ery can thrive. On this point read
the following from the testimony
of Mr. John C. Hopper, secretary
of the national Revenue Reform
Senator Ravard, Have vou found
that the merchants of this citv
suller such an amount of intimida
tion that, although they are will
ing to have the facts brought be
fore the committee, they do not
desire to be themselves known ?
A. That is so, sir.
Q. Have any reason to believe
that exists to any considerable ex
O A. At the commencememt of the
sittings ot the committee it was
entirely so; but they are taking
courage, and if you s"it here two or
three weeks longer I think they
will come forward.
(.J. -You were in the appraisers
- v. i os, sir.
Q. Why were you removed ?
A. I was not removed, I was
legislated out of office. I took no
tice of a very grave immorality
in the office, which was the at
tempted passing of 110 boxes, and
bales, and ebundles, which thev
wanted me to pass without exam
ination, and I declined to doit 1-
Gcause it was contrary to law ; Mr
McCulloch sent on a special agent,
and he sustained me - anil said I
was right about it ; but I was leg
islated out of office, and didiFt
pay any iurther attention to it
In other words, the witness was
an honest man, and determined to
do his duty, therefore he was
islated out of officer' AT J" jjT
2)i'CS) February 2. X
The Free-Trade Question-
The exhibit made by the leather
manufacturers, says the Patriot, be
fore, the Committee of Ways and
Means will, when properly correct
ed and restated, show by their ou:n
evidence that they do not need pro
tection. The leather manufatures
of the country, as set forth in Mr.
Wells' report of 18G9, are worth
over $200,000,000, and give em
ployment to 180,000 hands. The
weekly wages paid these hands av
erage 11, "(not -si 7, as represented
to the committee, very unfairly, by
taking only the wages paid fine
workmen and finishers.) The week
ly wages conceded to be paid
abroad average $5, so that those
wages are five-elevenths of the
wages -paid here. The contribu
tion of labor to the cost of leather
manufactures is just forty-five per
cent. Hence, the advantage of
foreign goods over domestic in re
spect of labor is five elevenths of
forty-five, or, twenty and five
elevenths per cent. Rut the tariff
imposes an average additional cost
often per cent, on leather goods of
all kinds, (see Mr. Wells' tables;)
let the articles employed in leather
manufactures come in duty free,
then, ami the difference in favor of
foreign labor in leather would be
only ten and five-tenths percent,
which would not begin to pay the
freight, interest, port charges, and
other costs of importation. There
fore, what the leather manufactur
ers need is not protection from for
eign competition, but only free
trade in their own material.
A Widow's Wjles. They tell
about a blooming young widow in
Derby who used to live next door
to Mr. Smith, who was a widower
and a timid man, whose mild eyes
beamed blandly through his spec
tacles. The widow had a kind
ness for Smith, and he reciprocat
ed; but he had hardly enough cour
age to carry on the campaign. So
at last the widow pretended to be
terribly afraid of thunder and
lightning, and whenever she saw a
gust coming up, she used to
smooth her hair and rush into Mr.
Smith's house. Then when ehe
heard a peal of thunder, she would
scream and rush up and throw her
arms around the neck of the mild
eyed Smith, and implore him to
protect her, and Smith always
looked embarrassed and anxious,
and said he would. Then she
would faint, and Smith wovdd feel
half glad and half sorry. About
six thunder-storms settled the bus
iness, and now she is Mrs. Smith
he is only sorry that her apprehen
sions of the lightning were not re
alized. He says that if there ever
was a woman who ought to have
been torn to pieces by electricity,
it is that widow. She has thnder
storms now every day in Smith's
house, and it is very lively and
vigorous for Smith all around her.
Sacuedxess of Marriage.
For the man and woman who pure
ly and truly love each other, ami
guided by the law of justice, mar
riage is not a state of bondage.
Indeed,' it is only when they be
come by this outward acknowl
edgment publicly avowed lovers,
that freedom is realized by them
in its full significance. Thereafter
they can be openly devoted to
each other's interests, and avowed
ly intimate and chosen friends.
Together they can plan life's bat
tle, and enter upon the path of
progress that ends not with life's
eventide. Together they can seek
the -charmed avenue of culture,
and, strengthened by each other,
can brave the world's frown in the
rugged but heaven-lit path of re
form. Home, with all that is dear
est in the sacred name, is their
peaceful and cherished retreat,
within whose sanctuary bloom the
virtues that make it a temple of
May he Interesting. When
Gen. Washington was on Dorches
ter Rights, besieging Boston, one
of his aids thought he was unnec
essaruy exposing himself, and ven
tured to say so to the General; to
this the commander replied: "Col
onel, if you think the position too
dangerous for your presence you
had better go to the rear." The
anecdote, whether precisely cor
rect or not, may be interesting to
AGESTS l-'OIt THE EXTEKPUISE.
The following per.-ons are authorized to
act as agents for the Knehuprisk :
I. M. Baltimore. Portland, Oregon.
Thomas lJoce, San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher,
Hudson & Menet,41 Park Row.Xew York.
ueo. r. Koweu it Cc
Abbott A Co., No. S2
Hudson, Me iet & Co.
Coe. Wetherill & Co.,
iJ Park Row, New
6 84 Nassau street,
. rhii'airo, I II i iioi-5.
007 Chestnut street.
A G 13 XT.S W A X T K D .
THE LOST CSTY;
O XX I o v. o
AS IT WAS AND AS IT 13-
HISTORY OF THE GREAT CHICAGO
d V. Fire tru-tful and accurate. A vivid and
detailed Account of the most terrible ciiami
tv that has ever befallen the civilized world.
Startling incidents. 'lla;r Uresdth 'scapes."
The fearful ravages of the Fire Fiend. The
reL'ii of Terror. Profusely and beautifully
illustrated, including views of the city before
and since the tire, still supremely grand in its
ruins. Orders will be tilled and received.
The fastest selling book ever s ! 1 by agents.
Send f 1 for canvassing outiit and secure an
Agenev immediately. Asents also wanted
WOXDEKSi OP THE AVOItLD.
One Thousand Illustrations, comprising
stattling semes, interesting incidents and
wonderful events in all the Countries and
among all People
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
Okegox City, Okkgox.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE HATING Been
lately REFITTED and FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t aoccom mo
date tlieir customers wilh llARD-FIMSHED
double or single rooms. Thev invite all thosa
fond of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED,
to call and give them a trial, for they are
confident they car piease everybody, because
they " know "how to keep a Hotel.
Prices to suit the times and Evertbody,
according to the rooms tccupied.
Attached to the Ilojse is a
For the accommodation of csutomers.
MERRIAM & FOURMKR,
June 16, 1671 :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 many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the very
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete an' sort of a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Rlacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing neatly, quicklv and cheap
ly done.' DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
C A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Main Street, Oregon City-
Best BILLIARD TABLES in. OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of lire lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T II E B A 11 1 S S I P PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors an j
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and IJouibou alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
also, a xo. 1
SHOOTING GALLERY .
Is connected with the Salo n.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, lb72:tf
k J) t, III I i i ii I it
FOR JUE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLfHDS AND OOOBS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
ftlT They will also do TURNING, of rv ry
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl 1
ALL "WORK "WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, buck of Ackerman's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on hand
PARLOR, PEDROuM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAU. 5,
Lounges, Rocking Chairs, Whatnots, 1'ed
S iles Roam l i Dr. Tuessing's Prick, Mum
A. G. WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery-
Cor tier of Front ami Alder Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
auv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
A Desti-alile HiTherc is the hiss of
ridicule, the hi-;s of scorn, the hiss of snakes
m tf erass ; but the most delightful hiss is
Tarrant'i KfTcrvcst rut Seltzer
In the sparkling goblet, giving assurance to
the invalid that" his thirst will be delici -usly
assuaged. ; that Lis stomach will be refresh
ed and purified ; that if he is feverish, his
body will be co!ed by healthful evaporation;
that if he is constipated, the difficulty will
pass away without a pamr ; and that'if the
condition of his general health is impaired,
it will be speedily restored. Of comse, he
will take care to procure none but tlic
t-OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
In the Circuit C ourt of the fetate of Oregon,
for Clackamas- count v.
Henry Hmnbel, Plaiutiif,
vs. j Suit in Equity.
John St.'ire, Defendant. )
TO JOHN STDE, SAID DEFENDANT:
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE--
croa : You are summoned and required to be
and appear in the Circuit Court of the State of
t reiro:), for Clackamas county, on or W fore the
first day ot the term of said Court next followitisr
the expiration of six weeks after the date of the
lirst publication of this Summons; to-wit : on
the 3d Monday in March, A. 1)., 1372, and answer
the complaint riled in the above entitled suit, or
the plaintiff will take a decree against you for
Sl.Ttio, in U. S. srold coin, and interest there
on since Jan. 5, 1S71, n the rate of one ier cent,
a month, and fur costs and disbursments ; and
will ajiply to the Couit for a decree foreclosing a
morrarage given by you Jan. 5, 1S71, on an undi
vided oue-haU" of Lots Pour, 4, and Five, 5. in
Block No. Twenty-three, 2:f, in the town of Ore
gon City, Clackamas county, Oregon ; and gener
ally for the relief demanded in" the complaint.
By order of lion. "VV. W. Cptou, Jnd&re of said
JOIINSOX & McCOWN,
Feb. S, lS7i.--6 T13 'e Atfrs.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S. ACKER 173 AN & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPIUXG & SOBiER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper tliau tlie Cheapest.
AVe would say, come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
and a great many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOul. wanted, for which we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACKERMAN & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, ISTLtf
L ATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
m1X STREET, OKKflON C1TV, OKKGON.
riHE UNDERSIGN ED
peciiuuv announces to lus .
friends and the Oaveling public,
that, he has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve his
csutomers with Ovsteis, l'ii's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a SOT' ARE MEAL.
LI ON DiiLOUEY
Oiegon Citv, Jan. 27, 1871 :tf
'lilE IS J 111 Al'j;il, near
Oregon Citv, a hav thoroutrh-r-dH
American MAKE,eiirht years old, about
1 1 haiKls liiirh, a small white ttrire on
the near fore loot, and the hoot black and white,
no brands or other marks. Any one returning
said mare or leaving information of where she
may be found, at the postotiiee, in Oregon Citv,
will be liberal! v rewarded.
Oregon City, July 11, 187 1.
JOHN II. SCII RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tm SA Dl) LUS, HA llxXESS,
Hi- esr..t eic,
Main Street, Oregon City,
A-yWi.sb.es to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State. He
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
IlKNIt Y II U 7i li K L,.
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the p.ublie that he is now piepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As rood as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly lilled.
AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decay, itc, having tried in rain
every advertised remedy, has a simple means
of self-cure, which he will send fiee to his
fellow snliercrs. Address J. II. REEVES,
78 Nassau st., New York,
HOUSE ANDU3TS FOR SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale his residence in Oregon City. There
are four lots, a good house and barn, with a
fine cellar and a good well of water. There
is plenty of land, and it is well adapted for
ec.rly gardening purposes. Part payment
may be made in stock. For particular tp
P'.y to GEORGE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna 2 lS7l tf
James f). Upton
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
"ill attend to the sale and purchns
of Real Estate in all parts of the City and
Stite. Special attention given to the sale of
East Portland propertv.
Address P. O. P.ox 4'V2. Portland. Oregon.
STITZEL .t UPTON,
ftf. Real Estate Brokers.
GREAT WINTER TONIC.
lh gfmnn'i Cordial Elixir of Calisaya
K irk, a pleasant Cordial which strengthens
and improves the Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers, Fever and A true, Ac,
and a great Rpnor ;tor and Tonic for inva
lids and debilitated persons. Heoemav Si
Co, New York, Sole Manufacturers. Sold
by all Druggists.
NOTARY PUBLIC JENTERPRISE OFF
Oregon City 'Jan- l3:tt
C. W, POPE & CO,,
ST0YE3, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BBA
lERSy COPPER, LEAD PIPE. IR JS
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RUBBE-.
HOSE, FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS, ZINC, COI'PFR,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general cssoitment ol llous
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND aOUBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STORE jou
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE, LA NTEHNS,
LAMPS AND OiL. LUC1NE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. WV POPK & CO.
ll:lyl Oregon City Oregon.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &C.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If you desire good Goods, at LOW7 Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
slock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, 1871;tf
R, F. CAU FIELD,
CORNER MAIN" AND SEVENTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY", OREGON,
DRY-8GGBS & GROCERIES,
CROCKERY and GLASSWAR
Also, a full assortment .f
Millinery unci Fancy Goods
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Oct. C. IsTLtf
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASS IMF RES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
P5?I will also pay the highest prices for
Butter. Ejiks anl a'' kinds of good country
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or Us equivalent iu good
QB Give me a call and swti-fv voursflves
Jan. ia,ls71 tf
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. FILKINGTON, M. D.,
T ATE OF SAN FUANCLSCO, HAS LO
Jli cated in Portland. Oregon. Office : Iu
Hulmes' Building, First street (threi? doors
from Ladd & Tilton's Bank), where he may
be consulted daily, and will treat diseases
of the above named organs as specialties.
AM operations upon the Eve and Eai per
formed in the most scientific and careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beauty
and mobility of the natural eye, inserted.
Refers bv'permisMon, for his professional
standing, to L. C. Lane, M. D., Professor of
Surgcrv, and Edwin Uentley, M. D-, Profes
sor of Anatomy, University of the Pacific.
San Francisco; and for his success in the
treatment of cases, to ever 1,500 c;ises tieat
ed by him, in San Francisco ; also, to Levi
Estes. Esq., Rev.T. L. Eliot, Portland ; Wm.
H. Dillon, Esq., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
many others Oregon and. Washington Ter
JOHN MYERS, ESQ , IS MY DULY Au
thorized Agent in Oregnn Ci'y, and also
Agent for the Estate of Danb-1 Harvey, de
ceased. MRS. E. HARVEY.
October 1, lS71.m3
For Diseases of tha Throat and Lungs
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Among the great
discoveries of modern
science, few are of
more real value to
mankind than thi,s ef
fectual remedy for all
diseases cf the Throat
and Lungs. A vast
trial of its virtues,,
throughout this and
other countries, has
shown that it doei
surely and effectually
control them. The testimony of our best citi
zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, that
Chekry Pkctokal wUl and does relieve and
cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous affect idiis of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to its power; and cases of Consump
tion, cured by this preparation, are public
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to be be
lieved, were they not proven bevoud dispute.
As a remedy it is adequate, on which the publio
may rely for full protection. By curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, it saves
unnumbered lives, and an amount of suffering
not to be computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces tho most sceptical. Every family should
keep it on hand as a protection against tlie early
and unpercoived attack of Pulmonary Affections,
whLcvh ard easily met at first, but which become
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
der lungs need this defence ; and it is unwise to
be without it. As a safeguard to children, amid,
the distressing diseases which beset the Throat
and Chest of childhood, Chekry Pectosal.
is invaluable; for, by its timely use, multi
tudes are rescued from premature graves, and
saved to the love and affection centred on theiu.
It acts speedily and surely against ordinary colds,
securing souiid and health-restoring sleep. No
one will suffer troublesome Influenza and pain
ful Rrouchitis, when they know how easily
they can be cureiL
Originally tho product of long, laborious, and
Successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil
is spared in making every bottle in the utmost
possible perfection. It may be confidently re
lied upon as possessing all the virtues it has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures as
memorable as tho greatest it has ever effected.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color
which is atS
Leal thy, and
hair. Jt soon
or gray hair
tor its original
color with the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restoro
the hair whore tlte follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
deea3'ed ; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu-s.
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma-
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
somo preparations dangerous and inju
rious to tho hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a II A IK DRESSING,
nothing else can bo found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the- hair, giving it a rich, glossy
mstre, and a grat&ful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical CHcmists,
Smith A- fivis, Wl olesule Agents, Front
street, Portland, Oregon.
Read Physician's Certificates Below!!!
f -8 PVS
SBESTTDHiG IH USE
A Most Efficient and Pleasant Tonic,
These Bitters nr rwparM from the. most choice
and wholesoiim lierbs and roots, and have Riven
puiversat satisfaction wherever tried. Thousands
ef dyspeptics have found relief through their use.
and physicians recommend them for the cure of all
diseases of the blood and liver, and irregularities of
the dicestive organs.
Headache, Ihliou-ness anil Constipation. General
Xebility and Loss of Appetite, all art, caused bv the
derangement of the .Stomach, Liver and other
functionaries of the pystem. 1 he 1XL Bitters have
been successfully used ond warranted to alle
viate the- sutlereriu all the abovo casea.
Mksfhs. TT. ErsTF.i.- & Co:
t .eiitlemen: I take pieasnre in stating that atrreo
ably to your wish I have carefully tested and exam
ined the samnlo of your 1XL liitters, which yoti
l lf an .utlnd lt "otonly an acreeahle Bitters,
butalhopne that cannot fail to bo beneficial jts a
tonic and promoter of Digestion
O. HOLLAND. M. D.
jETh???71 OsriTAii, Saa Francisco.
I have carefully examined Dr. Henlev's IXIi
B.tters. and have failed to defect am thine whicE
could injure even the most delicate constitution
JTnth1 cPitioaof the Bit ter. as far a9 I
TmTKt0 d, te"";n it, I should judge that tho
y?USt. be nr efficient remedy iS
lyspepsia. Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and simi.
tiip,Vnt'i- e n? composed of a number o
eas,f,tii!;'S3nW!,,ch Jrincip.lly nsedin dis!
Tfficn'cyi'n theiS. 610 th "at
Ass t Res. Physician Apothecary C. A C. liospital.
aisnAH7ifSSAYEa'8 0r"1CE. Stt Francisco. Jul,
M"EsBS.H.EpfrrErsCo Oents: I have made a
fo,r1er,f(1U,v.Xamlna.tiolr? of WrISL Bitted and have
Beware .N VAIIkEAV, Rtat Assayer.
D?HenTev'Kf,rfe'tS- ISo.ae genuine wiihont
ut. rienlej BMgnaturo across the top of each bottle.
1EePLra,niIy should have n Bottle
in tlie house. fiolU evervwhere.
No., Front streTc.i.
bS & CO-, 675 Vi. Lake St., Chicgt
jEA w Yfi rC?s
a..7fc. WC KKailB wryn hk T.r
The Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKES'S CAX.IPOHNIA
si" Hundreds of Thousands 2
Bear testimony to their Wonder- sg
NOT A VILE g
DRIN K J-Ai
II F AN C Y
Made of Poor Uiuti, Whi-ikrv, rro
S pi r i 1 8 r ml R i- li 1 b I -1 a o d oc to r c d . splce
and svrcctcned to please tlic taste, calrcd-"!Ton--.
ics,"" Appetizers, ' Restorers," jkc. that lea
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, hat trcv
a true Medicine, made from i,h(i Native Ito
Herbs of California, free IVfuii rJI AIooh!ic
Stiiuulnuts. They are tlie(JKK.VT IiL.OOI.
1'UKU'lCltau.l GI VIX(i PKINV
CI P I. E a perfect Renovator and I:iviorator of
thc System, carrying off all poisonous matter and;
restoring ihe tlood to a healthy condition. Xo,
person can take these Rioters according to dirrc
tlon and remain long unwell.
For Iiiflaiiunsit cry nml Chronic Khen.
iiiattsiii nml (iout, Dyspepsia trr Incfi-.
cost ion, Itiliotir. IJrmilfciit ami Inter
init tent Fevers, Discuses of the 15 food,
liver, Kidneys, and illaddcr, t'.;ese IJIi-.
ters liave been most successful. Siic-h Di-.
eases arc caused by Vitiated UIod. which,
is generally produced by dcranfemeut of tua
Digest i ve Oi'iran.
v DYSPEPSIA Oil IXrUGF.STION.
Headache, l'aia i:i tha Shoulders, Coughs, Titcht-.
nessof the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructatio-.is of
the Stomach, Ca 1 taste in the Month Bilious At
tacks, Palpitation of t'.ic Heart, Inflammation t&
the Lungs.Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are tUc0fT
springs of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the Stomach and stimulate tho,
torpid liver'anrt bowels, which render them of un-.
equalled efiicacy in cleansing the blood of alV
Impurities., and imparting new life and vhjor to,
the whole Fvstcm.
FOR SKIN niSEAFS.F.rnptlons.Tetter.
Salt Rheum, Elotehcs. Spots, rimplca, Pnst.iW!,,.
Boils. Carbuncles, Ring-Worm. Seald-IIead, Sors
F.yes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of
ihe Skin, Hamora and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, arc literally dug up
and carried out of the system in ibliort time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such
cases will convince the most incredulous of their,
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you flnd
its impurities bursting through the skin in Pirn-,
pics, Eruptions or Sores j cieause it vhen yoi
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and tho,
health of the system will follow.
FIX, TAI'E and other WO RMS, lurking ln
the system of so many thousands, arc effectually
destroyed and removed. For fall directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD &
CO., Drnpgists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco,
Cal,, and S3 and SI Commerce Street, Sew Vork.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Qtiitlv Cures and Moderate Vtrgt.
Or. W. EC.Ooherty's
rWvjite MetlieaJ fe .Surgical Institute
No. 510 Sacramento Street, corner of
Leidescrff! (a few doors buiow
the What Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on .eidesdorfl" street.)
Established Expressly t Afford the Afflicted
Sound and Scientific Medical Aid, in Ihre
Treatment and (Jure of all Private and
Chrome Diseases, Cases of Sccrecv and al
DR. W. K. DOHERTY returns his sincere,
thanks to Lis i unierons-patients for their
patronage, and woii.V' take this oppprtauhv
to remind them that lie continues to consuft,
at his Institute for the cure of chroEic dis
eases of the Luncrs. Liver, Kidneys, Diges
tive and Genito-Urinai v Organs, and al
private diseses viz : Syphilis, in all its fo win
and stages, Seminal AVeakne?s and all the
horrid consequences of self-abuse. Conorr-.
hoa. J1 et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diu:--.
nal Emissions. Sexual, Debility, Diseases of
the Ifack and Loins, inflammation of the
I'l idder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hopes
that Ins long experience and successful prac
tice will continue to insure liini a share of
public patronage. Hv the practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, he if
enabled to apply the most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds
He uses no mercury, charges moderate,treats
his patients in a correct and honorable way.
and has references of unquestionable veracv.
ty from men of known respectability ami
high standing in society. All parties con-,
suiting Mm by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the best ar,d geatlest treatment at d
When a female is in trouble, or afflicted!
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sicht,
loss of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart, irritability, nervousness, extreme ur
inary ditliculties, derangement of digestive
functions, general debility, vaginitis, all di-.
eases of the womb, hysteria, sterility and aft
other diseases peculiar to females, he should
go or write at once to the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. DOHFRTY, at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her troubles
anddiseas.es. The Doctor is effect in " more
cures than any other physician in the5 State
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent
you, but apply immediately and save yonrsVlf
from painful suil'eiings and premature death.
All married Jadies, w hose delicate health or.
other circumstances prevent an increase ii
their families should write or call at DU. V.
K. DOUEIilY'S Medical Institute, ur.d they
will receiver very possible relief and help',
ihe Doctor's oilices arp so arranged that hg
can be consulted without fear jf observation.
Patients residing in any part of tbeFta
nowever distant, who may desire the opinion
and advice of DR. DOHERTY in their respec
tive cases, and who think proper to submit $
written statement of snch, in preference to
holding a personal interview, are respectful
ly assured that their communications will h J
i.eiu sarrea ana confidential. If tfie case be.
fully and candidly describe, personal com
munication will be unnecessary, as instruct
tions for diet, regimen and the general treat
ment of tne cae itself (including the reme
dies1), will he forwarded without delay, and
m such a manner as to conyev np idea of thq
purport of the letter or parcel.
SConsultation by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed ornopay.
DR. DOHERTY has just published on in j
portant pamphlet, embodyim? "
relation to in-i'oein.e or
Virility heirT a Short Treaties . oi, .perma
' Jfi2Jnul Weakness, Aervous and
Pi,,t;M! Debilifv consequent on tf)M afrcc
' th" -vjfgenses or inenexua Orcani
V?"' n.,P S Contain., information offi
Tj!ll Vl' , to hefher married orL ' ' !
. ill he sent FHt by mail on receit t Ar
tgZSlX'W stamps for relnr?.'
fcan Franeic r
13i.A-vKs-.-All kinds of blanks
d at this oSice Job Printin-
Jcription neatly executed5 ftelery
f tgtice. -Q, at Ehprfc
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