Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1871-188? | View This Issue
MARCH 22, 1872.
What Cassias M Clay Thinks of
Grant and Radicalism-
In a letter to the Liberal Repub
lican Convention that recently met
in Jefferson City, Cassias M. Clay,
of Kentucky, one of the oldest and
ablest Abolitionists of the country,
indorses the Liberal movement, and
thus speaks of Grant and the pres-
ent Radical party :
"Slavery being dead, I resist
"with the spme earnestness that I
did its existence the attempt of the
Grant conspirators to subjugate the
South; and to make us provincial
for all time to a more than Roman
I denounce the attempt to weak
en us by a studied policy of array
ing the blacks against the
whites. I denounce the design of
barbarizing us, by the corrupt and
irresponsible rule of men from the
North, who have no common inter
est in our affairs, who divide our
people and waste our substance.
I denounce the attempt to re
verse the natural order of things,
by subjecting, by constitutional
xjchanges and ingeniously contrived
laws, the intelligence and property
of the South to Ignorance and pau
perism. 0I denounce the enmity of the
Grant rule to the independence of
Cuba; because they know that
Cuba must in interest finally grav
itate toward and belong to the
I denounce the union of the pow
ers of the executive, judicial, and
legislative department in the mili
tary head of the nation.
I denounce the nepotism, favor
itism, and corruption and proscrip
tion of the Grant Administration.
I denounce the scheme of sub
jecting men and measures to the
end otW-electing a military chief
'"And last and above all, I protest
acranst the unconstitutional and
despotic interference with the right
of peaceable assemblages of the
people and the ballot-box, by the
frequent and alarming use of the
The renomination and re-election
of Grant is to consolidate all these
usurpations and abuses, and open
up a highway to the overthrow of
all of our liberties.
An I XG E X 10 US I N'ST 11 V 31 ENT.
Droz, a mechanic of Geneva, pro
duced a clock which excelled all
others in ingenuity. On it were
seated a negro, a shepherd, and a
dog. When the clock struck, the
shepherd played six tunes on his
flute, and the dog approached and
fawned upon him. This wonder
ful machine was exhibited to the
King of Spain, who was greatly
delighted over it.
"The gentleness of my dog,"
said Droz, "is his least merit. Jf
your Majesty touch one of the ap
ples which you see in the Shep-
g herd's basket, you will admire the
animal s fidelity.
lhe King took an apple, and the
dog Hew at his hand, barking so
loud that the King's dog, which
was in the room, began to bark al
so. At this the courtiers, not doubt
ing thatoit was an affair of witch
cratt, hastily left the room, cross
ing themselves as they departe.l.
Having desired the .Minister of
Marine (the only one who ventur
ed to remain) to ask the negro what
o'clock it was, the Minister did so,
but obtained no reply. Droz then
observed that the negro had not
Cyet learned Spanish, upon which
Gthe question was repeated in
French, when the black immediate
ly answered him. At this prodigy
the firmness of the Minister also
cibrsook him, and he retreated pre
cipitately, declaring that it must be
the work of a supernatural being.
O No Daxgek. Mrs. Elizabeth
Cady Stanton publishes the follow
ing interesting family remiscence:
''There was no head in my moth
er's family. I remember once my
little sister swallo .ved a leaden bul
let. Mv lather, being a timid man-
hid his face that he mijht not wit
ness the sufferings of his child.
My mother took her daughter by
the heels, and shook the missile
from her throat. If she had wait
ed for the head of the family to
have acted she would have lost her
Mrs. Stanton overestimates the
danger to which her little sister
was subjected. If the bullet was
non-explosive it could have work
ed no harm, and the life of the suf
ferer might have been preserved
without resorting to the unseemly
feme ly of inversion and shakiii"
Sorinow is the heir-loom of all;
thegreat heritage of human kind.
Not a sun sets in the west that
does not see rising from the earth
a mist of tears. Not a bright
smile gleams on the human face
thftt is not intermingled with the
shadow of fear, of trouble or sor
row. This sorrow, this common
heritage, we may depend upon it,
is felt in royal palaces, in noble
halls, as well as looking up from
the damp cellar, below 'the street
or looking down from the wretched
garret that is above. The royal
mother feels when she loses her
first born as keenly as the poorest
beggar woman. There is a dead
level on which humanity lies: and
if you can disrobe the greatest no
ble and take his rags off the most
wretched beggar, you will find
there is the same human heart and
the same immortal soul in both,
lost by Bin, and needing equality
to be saved by grace.
A Sad Spectacle. The Peoria
Jleview prints this plain story :
"Springfield has just had a sensa
tion. A former State official, and
a man who has occupied high posi
tions, not only in the common
wealth, but in the nation, lias been
on a prolonge'spree for some days
in her classic precincts. On Friday
he visited Bunn's banking house,
and demanded $50. It was refused
him, whereupon he abused the tel
ler like a pickpocket, and had to be
ejected. lie visited a saloon and
asked for a drink of whisky. The
wbar-tender told him he had none,
whereupon he grew so violent that
he had to be put out by force.
Drunken, friendless, and an out
castsuch is the fate of one who
aspired to be President of the Un
ited States. lie is now a perfect
wreck, and even his friends have
come to the conclusion that the
only service he can render is to die.
Falsk Delicacy. Above every
other feature that adorns the fe
male character, delicacy stands
foremost within the province of
good taste. Not that delicacy
which is perpetually in quest of
something to be ashamed cf, which
makes merit of a blush, and sim
pers at the false construction its
own ingenuity has put upon an in
ocent remark; this spurious kind
of delicacy is far removed from
good feeling and good sense; but
the high minded delicacy which
maintains its pure and undeviating
walk alike among women as in the
societr of men, which shrinks from
no necessary! uty, and can spak
when required with seriousness
of things at which it would be
ashamed to smile or to blush.
A Sad Cask of Ixsaxity.
About six months ago the bark
Live Yankee sailed from Portland,
and has never been heard from.
It is supposed she was wrecked and
her passengers and crew lost. A
woman named Kuphemia Creary
had a husband on board, and she
has been rendered insane by his
loss. She Stoutly maintains that
he is ali"e and constantly in her
sight, but that he is kept from her.
She thinks she sees him trying to
reach her, but some unseen force
holds him back. This idea has be
come a monomania with her, and
she thinks of nothing else. She
was yesterday examined by the
Commissioners of Insanity and or
dered sent to Stocton. Jhdleiin
A Loathsome Fraud. The duel
between Speaker Carter, of Louis
iana 1 egislature chain-gang, and
Police Superintendent Badger, of
New Orleans, says the Cwca.sia)t,
is justly pronounced a disgusting
farce. Any combat between a
Southern preacher and a Yankee
vagabond, in which both are not
exterminated, is a loathsome fraud
upon an injured people.
"What shall I do to get warm?
asked a fashionably attired lady of
a Quaker who was riding in a car
riage with her, at the same time
shivering in her lace shawl and pro
fusion of jewelry. 'I don't know,'
replied the Quaker, solemnly, 'un
less thee puts on another breast
F.i.axks. All kinds of hhinks can he
had at this office Job Printing of every
description neatly executed, at short
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 a!l
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
mon c;irt to a concord coach. Try me.
Blaeksmitliing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbiug nratl v, qmcklv and cheap
ly done." DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
C. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Main Street, Oregon City.
B t BIIAAARD TABf.ES in. OI2EGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention f the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T 11 E B A II 1 S S UP P I A ED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Ci irs. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon already
famous Whiskies ami Punch.
also, a no. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, lS72:tf
FOIl HIE MA .V EE A CTOTxY OF
ASH, BLINDS AND ECORS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
jear They will oto do TURNING, of f-vry
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl 1
ALL WOP.K WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Ackerman's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
T II E
HOUSE WE LIVE IN
INHABITANTS OF THE
THE CAUSE OF A GREAT MANY Dis
eases, that have been pro lounced incur
able by the most eminent physicians, for the
very reason that they overlooked the muse,
and as Dr. Van Den Bergh hus made the
Entozoa a life long Study, he would inform
the sick generally that by elose observation
nnd great xperiments, has come to the con
clusion that there are moxicute and thrun
in diseases caused by Worms, Hrdatids, An
imalcuhe, or other species of Entozoa. The
public generally, or the profession at large,
are tint aware of the number of Patients
who are treated by eminent Physic ians, lor
this, that, or such a complaint, without any
relief. If the disease had been understood,
a few doses of" Dr. Vs. Sovereign. Worm
Remedy would have immediately cured the
complaint aud saved a great many lives.
INHABITANTS OF THE HU
What think .you reader, of your body be
ing a planet, inhabited by living races, as
we inhab t the earth? Whatever may he
your thoughts on the subjVct, it is even so.
Your body may be but a home for parasites
that crawl over the Mirfa.ce, burrow beneath
the skin, nes,tle in ;ts entrails, and riot and
propagate their kind in every corner ot its
The folIoKring is from the San, Francisco
Buhtin, of January Lit, (A recent
Cail Martins recently died in CievehMf,
Ohio, from eating meat intected with the
Oca of Tana a- Solium. At the Coroner's
Inquest, on Tuesday, (January 2d.) it was
shown that three weeks before Christmas,
Mai tins purchased a carcass of Pork. Some
of the meet was eaten the same day, nnd
some was made into sau-age. About ten
days later, some of the sausage was eaten,
and in a Vhost time the whol i family were
taken siek. Martins died "ii Sunday, Decem
ber 31st, IS71. Mrs. Martins and her two
Children are now very sick, and the fomer is
not likel t recover. The veniict was in
accordance with the facts. For further par
ticulars., e Cleveland, Hiio, papers of above
date.' A Coroner's inquest brought this
fact to light.
Sow I would ask how many more Mich
deaths ar inquest would bring to light t
Ponder well, reader, upon this, and thii.k of
the thousands that d:e every year and no
Cku-e can be assigned tor their death. Now
the question that would naturally enter the
liiiuii of the reader, is what shall I do? The
a.ivice of the Dr. would be go to sjme one
that is competent ol treating such com
plaints. And who is more competent than
the one that has made Worms a speciality.
Tkxias. Yesterday, Dr. J. W. Van Deii
Bergh exh'bited to us a number ot parasites
which had been removed from persons af
flkte.l; there were several ddlerent species,
one of which appears to be entirely unknown
to the medical profession. This new taenia
is shaped something like an orange seed,
but perfectly Hat, or lather like a c teumher
seed, with a tail about a quarter of an inch
inlergth. Another was a tape worm S7
diet in length, consisting of y.fitjo joints.
Among medical men there exists no little
difference of opinion relative totheoiigin
of these entozoa. One class of writers be
lieve that these parasites, at least many of
them, originate in the endowment of ant nal
molecules with vitality from the parent body,
favored by certain st ites ot the vital forces
of that body; the states originating yieir
organization and promoting their growth
and propagation. That all description of
e itozoa are met with far more frequently
where animal food is used in greatest abund
ance, is an indisputable tact, especially
where tSe food is the flesh of the "unclean
beasts," ahich the Jews and Mohammedans
are lorbkhlen to partake of. Rut our inten
tion is not to w ite a tliesU nivm this subject:
we enlv desire to c'iron cle the fact that Dr
J. W. Van Den lit igh has lound a med:cine
- a simple vegetable whieli grows in r.bund
anCe in California, which is a dead shot to
allentozoa, of whatever de cript on, gener
ally accomplishing its olject in I'r- m an hour
and a half to six h ur-i. Morning Call.
Had we the space I ere. hundreds of testi
monials could be produced, testifying to the
truth of the asser ions that have here been
made, but it would he useless and would
onlv occupy the reader's time.
The following are some of the diseases
t .at Worms are o (ten mistaken for.
Dyspepsia, Chronic Affections of the Liver
and Kidneys, Corir-umption, hi e Swell. ng.
Palsy, Spermatorrhoea. Diarrt ce i, I ic mti
m nee of Urine, Gravel, Flor Aibus, Diabetes,
Dr. V. would advise those la-lie troubled
wiMi amj Irregularities of the Uterus to I ry
his new remedies and get cured.
Dr. Van D. ti Reich's Infallible Worm Syr
up for Children. 1 rice 1. Warranted to
expel the worms. Sent everywhere upon
receipt ol price.
Dr. J. W. Van Den Rergh's, Hair Tonic
a sure cure to destroy-all animalcuhe of the
Hair Follicles, prevent- falling out, and pro
moting te Growth ol thell.nr. Pace $1,50;
By CoiisaU'iig ami Umlergoins
SIMP L E EXAMINATION,
The afflicted cm learn if their disease is
caused by Worms or no'; at all evems, Dr.
Van Den Rergh cm tell them trom what dis
ease they are Miffring.
Consultations and Examinations
FIIEE OK CHARGE.
OFPICE ROOMS NOS. 38 & 39,
OVER THE POST OFFICE-
Letters describing the symptoms will be
promptly answered, and persons living at a
distance will be saved the expense and trou
ble of calling upon the Doctor.
Address IU J. W. VAX DES BEISGH,
P. 0. LOX 172. SALEM, OREGON,
Fouthxd, Pi b. loth, 1872.
Da. J. W. Van Dkx Rkuou J)ejr .Sir:
Our child, a little girrVight years of age, has
had fits and c nvnlsions for the last iwo
years, and we had tried many doctors and
tranv remedies without much benefit, in faet
our dailiiiLT was iietting constantly worse
unt 1 we heard of sour worn syrup th "iuh
a friend of ours. We though', that, perhaps
it might do some good to g.ve it a trial, a. id
you cannot imagine our surprise when over
2o0 worms were expelled with one ho tie of
your valuable worm syrup, and from, this
time on we certainly shall never be without
it so lotiir as there i- a pos.-ible chance lor it
to be had. You aie at liberty to publish
this if von i ho -se, and may it do much nod.
Respectluily vours, S. II. ORTo.V.
Symptoms of Worn 3,
Alternate paleness and flu-hing of the
countenance, dull expression ot the eves,
drowsiness, itch ng of the m"se a swelled
upper-lip, tongue whltely furred and thickly
speckle.! with red points, feted breath, an en
hirged abdomen, a paiti 1 or geneial swelling
or pufhnmnss ot t;te skin, a startling in the
sleep and grinding of the teeth, a sensat. on
as if something was 1-id.red in the throat, a
gradual wasting of the liesh, s.cktiess of the
stomach, vomiting, a short and dry cough,
appeti e sometimes voracious, at otuer
times tecble. bowels sometime- costive, oth
er t mes h o-e, f.reat ti e fu ncss and irr.itibil
ity ot temper, pains in the "stomach aad
boweU, toliO, fits, convulsions and palay.
I the worm syrup is not to be had in
3-our town, send orders to the manufact
urer ai.d it will Le sent promptly t any ad
dress free cf expres-s chirges. Direct or
Dr. 5. W. VAN DfiN BERGH,
P. 0. Box 172, Salem, Oregon.
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
S- ACSCERMASM & CO,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPRIXG & SIM ME Si GOODS,
WHICH TilEY OFFER
Cheaper lli;ti tlie Cheapest.
We would say, come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists iu part of
FANCY AND STAPIE DRY-GOODS,
CI10TIIING, II ATS,
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, WOOIi wanted, for which we pay
the HIGHEST TRICE.
S. ACKERMAN & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, 1871 :tf
EA TE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
"mux street, oregox city, oreoox.
J specifully announces to his v
fi lends and the t. ave'int; public,
that he has re-otened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve his
csutoiners with Ovsteis, Tin's Feet, a good
cup ol Coflee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, ls71:tf
BOUT TIIK1ST OF APR II-. near
Oregon City, a h iv thorough-bred
American MARK, cr-jlit years old, alout
14 hands hiyh, a small white stripe on
the near lore toot, and the hoot black and white,
no brands or ol her marks. Any one returning
saul mare or leavnifr information of where she
may he tund, at the iwstotfiee, in Oregon City,
will be liberally rewarded.
SAMUEL RAMS DEN".
Oregon City, July 14,1871.
JOHN II. SCII RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SA DDLES, HA RiVESS,
Maiit St t, Oregon City,
Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish uri3' article in his line
as the larnest establishment in the State. He
narticulai ly requests that an examination of
his toek be m.ide before buying elsewhere.
1IEXRV HUM BEL,
Having purchased the above Rrewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As stood as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
A VOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
Xjl. discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decay. &o , having tried in vain
every advei tised remedy, lias a simple means
of self-cure, which he wdl send fi ee to his
fellow-sufferers. Address J. II. REEVES,
78 Nassau St., New York
HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE
'-piIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
JL sale his residence in Oregon City. There
are lour lots, a good houe and barn, with a
fine cellar and a good well of water. Theie
is tdenty of land, and it is well adapted for
er.rly gard.-ning purposes. Part payment
may be made in stock. For particulars ep
Pv to GEORGE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna 2 lSTPtf
Jacob Stitzkl. James R. Uno.v
ST IT ZE L & UPTON,
Real Exlate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
3? Will attend to the sale and purchase
of Real Estate in all parts of the City and
State. Special attention given to the saleof
East Portland property.
Address P. O. Rox 4V2. Portland. Oregon.
HT1TZEL A UPTON.
9tf. Kent Estate Brokers.
GREAT WINTER TONIC.
Hepeman's Cordial Elixir or Calisnj-a
rls, a pletsant Cordial which strengthens
and improves th Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers, Fever and Ague, Ac,
and a great Reno' -tor and Tonic for inva
Tds and d bil tated persons. Heoemax &
Co , New York, Sole Manufacturers. Sold
by all Druggists.
NOTARY PUBLIC ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Oregon City,;jan 13. -tt
C. W. POPE & CO. 1
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA
lERs COPPER, LEAD PIPE, IU A
PIIE AND FITTINGS, RU RB tl
HOSE, FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS, ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general sssoitment ol Ileus
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, .at POPE'S STOVE STORE you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
- V A K hi A r li 1 1 W A R K, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMl'S. ALSO
AR of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT TJIE TIMES.
C. AV. POPE cfc CO.
Oregon City Oregon.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
I RODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If tou desire good Goods, at LOW Prices
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
siuck of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
My Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, 1871:tf
R. F- CAUF8ELD,
CORNER MAIN AM) SEVENTH STREETS.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
DBY-800DS & GROCERIES
CROCKERY and GLASSWAR
Also, a full assortment of
MiiHncn and Fancy Goods
OF THE LATEST STY I F-
JUST R EC E ! V E D.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
O, t. 6. IsTLtf
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
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.
lfl will also pay the highest price for
Butter, Eggs, and ail binds of good country
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o- its equivalent in goud
Give me a call and sati-fv yourselves
Jan. 13,1871 tf
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. PILKINGTON, M. D.,
T ATE OF SAN FRANCESCO, DAS LO
U ca'ed in Portland. Oregon. Ofhce:Iri
H. Imes' Building, First street ( three doers
from Ladd & Tilton's Bank), where he may
be con.-ultf d daily, and will treat diseases
of the ab'-ve named organs as specialties.
All operations upon the Eve and Eai per
formed ia the most scientific and careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beauty
ami mobility of the natural eye, inserte-h
Refers bv permission, for his professional
standing, to L. C. Lane, M. D.. Profe-s r ol
Surgery, and Edwin Rentley, M. D., Profes
sor of Anatomy, University of the Pacific
San Fiancisco; and for his success in the
treatment of cases, to over 1,500 cases tieat
ed bv him, in San Francisco ; also, to Levi
Est?'s. Esq., Rev. T. L. Eliot. Portland ; Vm.
H. Dillon, Eq., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
many others Oregon and AVahin2rton Ter
JOHN MYERS ESQ., IS MY DULY AU
thotized Agent in Oregon Ci'v, and also
Aent for the Estate ot Daniel Harvev, de
ceased. MRS. E. HARVEY.
October 1, 157i.mS
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
For the relief and
cure of all derange
ments in the stom
ach, liver, and bow
els. They are a mild
aperient, and an
Being purely vege
table, they contain
no mercury or mine
ral whatever. Much
serious sickness and
suffering is prevent
ed bv their timely
use; and every family should have them on hand
for their protection "and relief, when required.
Long experience has proved them to be the saf
est, surest, and best of all ihe I'M with which
the market abound. By their occasional ue,
the blood is purified, the corruptions of the sys
tem expelled, obstructions removed, and the
whole machinery of life restored to its healthy
activity. Internal organs which become clogged
and sluggish aro cleansed by A tier's I'iils, and
stimulated into action. Tims incipient disease
is changed into health, the value of which change,
when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy
it, can hardly be computed. Their sugar coating
makes them 'pleasant to take, and pre.-erves their
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so
that thev are ever fresh, arid perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they are mild, and operate
without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or
Full directions are given on the wrapper te
each box, how to use them :;s a Family Phytic,
ami for the following complaints, which thee
l'ills rapidly cure:
For l.v.ix-pi;t or 'n:l?rK;ioii. t.f stlo
iipm, ILiiii itoi- and S.o of .4 jt ;5-rit . they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
For JLiVi'i Com jSiitit and it-, vaiioit symp
toms, Billion ESU'ii-ilUic!:;-, HicU B';jt
aelac. .1 isustilis-o or J.Tts-i feit lim's. BEil
iou Colic and IJ3i-R- t. they hould
be judiciously taken for each ca.e, to correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
For Xiyvntwy or nhiva, but one
mild dose ii generally required.
For 16l!3 Jiiitj:.-isiJ. .Mt. iRiav I,
pitation of fin 3;rc. i" tlir
SiN E5;it and E.ouu. they should be contm
uoufly taken, a-; required, t ehanire the di-easeu
action" of the system. With fuch change thojf
For BSrs.r and prii-a5 Sn-niKr
they should be "taken in !arg and IVuquenl U.tse
to produce the ( ii'.vt of a d: a: U pit i;c.
For SU!2r43:l a large do-.e i:o"i'd la
takon, as it produces tlu Uooi.-i-d :Ve. I by sy:n
As a Tiinnrr Til!, take one or two
promote dirie-tion and rs-tievi i-.v s'.o.m
An oeca-doiml !. '. st :.mt:l-.t- i: e .o
bowels, restoiv the nppetite, n itivhi-i
system. IJence ir is often ::dv:!iit!'Tc--i
: ule-i 111
no serious d 'raime-.iient exist--,
tolerably well, ofle.i limls !'i:it
nils make- him feel de-.duedlv 1.
'-!;- . I
, I'rur! it-u'.
jr. CAY El
31 a:: s
KOr, PAI.F. liV AU, 7-f;-
V V. '
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
heal tli, and
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked
and baldness often, though not alwa',
cured by its use. Xothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed ; but such as remain can bo
saved by this application, and stimu
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 olf, 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
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can bo found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it doe's
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
ustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C, Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
Fmith & Pavis. 'Wl olesale Agents, Front
s re t, Portia id, Otegon.
Read Physician's Certificates Below I!!
BESTTDNIG IN USE!
A Most Efficient and Pleasant Tonic.
Thei Bittf rq nrt prepared from the most choice
and wholesome herbs and roots, and have sriven
universal satisfaction wherever tried. Thousands
ot 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 dipestive orcans.
Headache, Biliou-ness and Contipation, General
Debility and Lossof Appetite, all ere caused b- the
derangement of the Stomach. Liver nd other
functionaries of th system, 'lhe I XL, Bitters have
been successfully used and are warranted to alle
viate the sullererin all the above castta.
II. ErsrF.iN A; Co:
Gentlemen: I take pleasure in stating that agree
ably to your wish I have carefully tested and exam
ine 1 the sample cf your IXL Ultters, which yon
Pent me, and iind it not only an agreeable Bitters,
but also one that cannot fail to bo beneficial as a
tonic and promoter of Digestion.
O. IIOLLuVXT, M. D.
CrTT ant rors-r Hospitai, Sao Francisco.
June 20th, 171 :
I havo cirefully examined Dr. Henley's IXL
Bitters, and have failed to detect anything which,
could injure even the most delicate constitution
trom the composition of the BiUers. as far as I
?5 i- to deternnne it. I should judge, that th
JXL. Bitters must be a very fticient remedy ia
Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and simi
lar complaints, beim? composed of a number of
vegetable drugs which &r ' principally used in dis
eases of that nature, and are of the greatest
efficiency in their cure.
t . . . F- n- EGELS. M. D
Ass t Res. Physician Apothecary C. fc C. liospital.
SlstlHTl33"1 8 0f"FICE San Francisco. July
Messrs'. H.Eppteijc 4 Co Gents: I have made a
fm?nrfUVHXam'nio'? of our IiL Bitters, and have
.XtceT Ur Ql dteriou. mineral
DrJIenley 's ..gnature across the top of eact UbottS!
t Y' rj,,ny hulI liave n Bottle
Ju the house. HtUl everywi,ere.
r,o t- . r. Sole Proprietors,
t f;PrA2- l1,r?vr0?--re?t,,Saa Francisco, Ca!.
OIiOSS 4 CO., 6,0 W. Lake st., Ohicago, Ilia
ZZPggf stores faded
' JXZ- color, with the
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Quick Cures and Moderate Cliare
Dr. V. K. Dohcrty's
Private MeUIcal b Surgical Institute
No. 519 Sacramento Street, comer o
Leidesorltj (a few doors beiow
thti What Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on Leidesdorff street.)
Established Expressly to AiiWrd the Alllicted
Sound and Scientific Medical Aid, in the
Treatment and Cure of all Private and
Chronic I'i.-eases, Cases of Secrecy and alt
DR. W. K. D0IIERTY returns his sincere
thaiflvs to hi numerous patients for their
patronage, and would take this opportunity
to remind them that he continues to consult
at his Institute for the cure of throtic dis
eases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Diges
tive and Genito-Urinary Organs, and al
private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its form
and stages, Seminal Vk'eakne:-s and all the
horrid consequences of self-abue. Gonorr
hoea, G1 et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diur
nal Emissions. Sexual Debility, Diseases of
the Back and Loins, inflammation of th
Bladder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hopes
that his long experience and successful prac
tice will continue to insure him a share of
public patronage. By the practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, he iaj
enabled to apply the most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds
lie uses no mercury, charges moderate,treat
his patients in a col lect and honorable wav
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
high standing in society. All parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the best and gentlest tieatme at si c$
When a female is in trouble, or afMicted
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sight,
loss of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart. iriit.ibiiitN-, nervousness, extrenje ur
inary dilliculties, derangement of dige-tiv
functions, general debility, vaginitis, all dis
eases of the womb, hysteria, sterility and nil
other diseases peculiar to females, sheshoiild
go or write at once to the celebrated female
doctor, W. Iv. DOHKRTV, at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her troubles
and diseases. The Doctor is effecting more
cures than any other physician in tte State
of California. Let no talse delicacy prevent
ou, but apply immediately and save 3-ourself
from painful sufTei jugs and premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate healthj.,or
other circumstances prevent an increase in.
their families should write or call at DR. W,""
K. D0HKR1 Y'S Jledical Institute, and they
will receive every possible relief and help.
The Doctor's oflices are so arranged that lie
cau be consulted without fear of observation.
j, To Correspondents,
Patients residing in any part of thePtate
however distant, w"ho may des:re the opinion
and adviceof DR.DOHERTY in their respec
tive cases, and who think proper to submit
written statement of such, in preference to
holding a personal interview, are respectful
ly assured that their communications will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case bt
fully and candidly described, personal com
munication will be unnecessary, as instruc
tions for diet, regimen and the general t-eat-ment
of tlie ca-e itself (including the reme
dies), will be firwardt d without delav. and
in such a manner as to convey no idea of the
purport ot the letter or parcel.
jCS"Cjnsultation by letter or otherwise, q
UEE. Permanent cure guaranteed ornopav.
DR. D0HERTY has jn-t published an in
fwn tant pamphlet, embodying his own view
and experiences in relation to Impotence er
irility ; being a Shi t. Treaties it sperma
torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous and
Physical Debility consequent on this afiec
t on, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to aV, whether married orsinple
and will he sent Fi;EE by mail on receiptor
six cents in postage stamps for return post
V. K. DOHERTY. M. D..
juIySOly San Francisco Cal 1
Will sew everything needed in a fanvly, from
the heaviest to the lightest fabric.
IT DOES MOUK AVOUIC,
JIOllE KI.VUS OP AVORK,
AMJ BETTER AVOMIC,
TLan any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewing Machine
within one thousand miles of San Francisco
not working well and giving entire sati-fac-tion.if
I am informed of it; it will beat
tended to without expense of any kind to tbo
S AillYrEXj III J,
19 NEW MONTGOMERi'sTREET,
Grand Hotel Euilding,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
Send for Circulars and samples of the work.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
Feb. 2, 167I:ly
THE LOST CITY;
O I-I X O .A. O'O
AS T WAS AND AS IT IS.
A HISTORY OF THE GREAT CHICAGO
Fire trust fill and accurate. A vivid and
detailed account of the most terrible calami
ty that has ever befallen the civilized world.
Staitling incidents. "Hair Breadth 'scapes."
The fearful ravages of the Fire Fiend. Tl e
reign of Terror. Profusely and beautiful.y
illustrated, including views of the city before
and siuce the tire, still supremely grand in its
ruins. Orders will be tilled and received.
The fastest selling book ever sold by agents.
Send $ I for canvassing outfit and secure an
Agency immediately. Agents also wanted
AVOXDEItSOP THE WORLD,
One Thousand Illustrations, comprising
startling scenes, interesting incidents and
wondertul events in all the Countries and
among all People.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
A. G. WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Corner of Front and Alder Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every varietv of
style known to the trade.
Orders from tlje country promptly at