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Sijc lUccliln Enterprise,
Al'Ull, la Itiiz.
"What Makes A Traitor!"
The Painsville, Oliio, Journal,
a leading Radical paper of that
State speaks as follows:
"President making1' is by no
means a trivial matter. On the
contrary, it is one of the most im
portant that appertains to the po
sit ioi of sin American citizen. For
?his reason, discussion and criti
cism are not only the priviledp',
hut the duty of every man and
every paper throughout the coun
try. Theorhetic-ally all admit this
as true practically party politi
cians ignore it and seek to prevent
that free expression of opinion
which alone can brine; out the will
of the people. With them criti
cism of an Administration, means
defection from party allegiance,
and no less denunciation is visited
upon the one than upon the other
In consequence of this, the query
at the beudnuin; of this article
seems to us a most pertinent one.
Admitting that there is some
proper time and place to agitate
public abuses with a view to their
removal and the improvement of
the administrative machinery, the
question naturally arises tdien.
(VrtMuilv it must !e either before
or after the election. If the for
mer, we are at once met by the
assertions of the political manag
ers, that this will imperil and in
jure the party, and by the snix'jes
tion to wait. If the latter, expe
rience has proven that remon
strances then fall on leaden ears,
and that no practical reform will
be inaugurated bv men secure of
their position for the present and
hacked the national disinclination
to waste time on what would be
little else than crying over spilt
milk. What then is to be done,
bv a Republican, for instance, who
is disssat ified with the administra
tion who either has lost confi
dence in the President or who be
lieves t hat , even if personally pure
himself, he is surrounded by and
iutluenced by men of whom the
same cannot be said and whose in
iluencc would lie strengthened
l ather than weakend by re-election?
That there are many true and loy
al men beloninec to the Republic
an pat ty who feel thus, none can
deny. What then are they to do?
Rut what, shall be the methods
adopted? Is there a party leader or
an administration-paper that can
or will trive any information upon
this point? They all aufee upon
what must not be done, but main
tain perfect silence as to what
ought to be done. Nominations
or platforms dilFerinLT from those
of the party must not be advocat
ed because it threatens to make
a split and thus brine; the Demo
crats into power. Criticism or
condemnation of the administra
tion is an attack upon the Repub
lican party, aiut any attack upon
the Republican party endangers
the country and renders imminent
the disaster of bringing the Dem
ocrats into power.
The only tit time to discuss the
fitness of a President for re-election
is during the last year of his
term. This is the time when pub
lie, attention is most called to him
and his record, and this is
the time when, having already
performed the duties of his office
for three years, he is the best able
to reply to any unjust accusations.
To do this any sooner would he
an injustice to him to do so any
later would be useless to the peo
ple. Rut any one who makes the
attempt is at once accused of foul
p!av. If a person attempts to lay
before the public the shortcomings
of an administration, he is at once
accused of seeking to prevent a
renomination, as if this were .suffi
cient reason why he should not
be listened to, when that fact is
the only reason for speaking at all.
The logic that is used is peculiar.
To demonstrate the President's
"unfitness is to attack the Adminis
tralion to attack the Amiuis
t ration is to attack the party to
attack the party is to work for its
defeat to defeat, it is to ruin the
country by throwing it into the
hands of the Democracy.
The t ruth is l hat all such attempts
tree discussion are sim
ply the gags of political dema
gogues. .V man may be a true
Republican and yet disapprove of
acts or individuals. Leet, and
tMockinec were both members of
the party, but not even the veriest,
hack would claim that it is neces
sary for the party to support them
in their frauds in the New York
Custom Rouse. Neither is anv
man necessarily a renegade and
traitor to Republican principle be
cause he opposes the re-nomination
of General Grant. Attempts to
show that he is not a good man
for the place, or that some one else
would be, are not, by any means
the base and contemptible acts
that so many party speakers
would seek to make them. This
discussion and ventilation of views
and opinions is simply the only
way by which reform can be secur
ed, and just before an ( lection the
only time when it will be followed
by ary practical good. If invest
igations disclose no grounds of
complaint, they will only re
dound to the credit of the admin
istrationif SVtJi joun,p.,l they
can need no defense other than the
reform compelled by them.
Fr-yrrEUY. Giris make a note
ot this remark of an old worn-out
beau: man who most compli
ments a woman is the one who
most despises her."
BY CHARLES DUDLY W WARNER.
Doctors of Medicine are either
growing complacent or sensible.
One of them, Dr. Hall, has had
the good sense to tell the world
that children until the age of
eighteen, and old and feeble peo
ple (and he might as well have
said everybody) need ten hours'
sleep, and that bouncing suddenly
out of bed in the morning is as
hurtful as disagreeable; that fif
teen or twenty minutes spent in
gradually waking up, stretching
the limbs, and letting the blood
slowly resume its routed circula
tion, is time well spent. For the
sudden sending of blood to the
heart is a severe shock, and the
person who gets up in this hasty
and reckless manner is sure to be
drowsy before mid-day, unless he
or she is an editor or a belle, and
does not get up till afternoon. I
concur in this in fact I always
knew that it was true; and think,
further, that pulling anybody out
of bed ought to be a State Prison
offense, and doubt not that con
viction for it could he had before
any of our sleepy7 juries if they
were awake enough to hear the
evidence. The world is all astray
about this matter of sleep, led
away by nursery couplets about
earivto rise and the examples of
Napoleon, Peter the Great, and
other military heroes, who are re
ported to have been satisfied with
an hour or two of sleep snatched
trom the twenty-tour, taken on a
plank while their half a dozen
scribbling secretaries were not al
lowed to sleep at all. We all
know what became of Napoleon.
Even Mr. Abbott cannot make it
appear that he had much more
than a respect for the Ruler of the
Universe. These sleepless people
have made most ot the mischief in
the world. Catherine de Medici
was, we believe, a light sleeper.
George Washington, on the con
trary, took his time, waked up the
Father of his Coun'ry by degrees,
got out of bed with deliberation,
and dressed himself with thought
ful slowness. What a ridiculous
idea it would be to think of that
great man bouncing out of bed at
the first bell, and dressing himself
as if there was a fire next door!
The instinct of children against
early and especially sudden rising
is well founded; and it is pleasant
to have the learned faculty confirm
a long and growing conviction
that it is not a sin to lie in bed un
til the second bell rings. It is the
experience of the majority of peo
ple that the most delicious mo
ments of the whole day are those
when they ought to get up, and do
not. Hereafter let them linger in
this delightful border land with a
quiet conscience. Nature is about
to be vindicated by the scientists,
If the whole of life could be like
that brief interval between half
waking and getting out into the
cohl world that rare space of
time when duty calls so faintly
that there is a sweet delight in 'let
ting it call before conscience is
aroused at all one might like to
revise the hymn-book and live al
ways. We have been now for
several thousand years going to
the ant and getting away from the
sluggard to that degree that we
have developed a very nervous
condition. To say nothing of be
ing defrauded out of our rights,
ami sleeping long and waking up
slowly, as plants do, no doubt
many of the nervous diseases that
are attributed to stock, gambling,
tobacco and unrequitted love are
due to a want of sleep from child
Fit Epitaph. The following
epitaph is inserihbed in a country
churchyard on the grave of a
smuggler who was shot by excise
men : " Here I lies, killed by the
Is it a Sign? A young lady
wants to know whether a girl may
be sure a man loves her unuttera
bly when he sits in her presence
for an hour without speaking.
ST HAVK HKHN APPOINTED JbY THE
(.'o-i'ity CVirc of (.'bu-k.ima.s ( oim'y, Ore-un.
the Atlinmistra-or of the cit.ee ot' J. s'. Mo-.'a-u-m
m, tL.-.-e te I. Ail persons having claim lUf-.tinvt
"Aitl t'itiCo will jufisear !iem to i;w d-iiy verbie 1
within t-ix iuich.i ol' this drct; at the oiii:e of
Johiioon A: McCowu, Lawyer-, Hfiion 'i'v, Ore
gon. A. J . Met 'A iniOX,
April 1, 1S72.W4 Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of John K. Dickey, deceased.
'OTICE IS 11LHEHV til VEX THAT AVE,
- 'he under-iiiiue.i. h ave been appointed Au
luiuistra ors ot the- above named e.-iate; And all
ln'iruiH having claims ;i-r,iui.s- the said e& e, are
Hereby ivq aire 1 to piescn: them, with the proper
vaueiicrs. vi bin six m laths in;n the tla-e ui-'rhi
nu .:e to the uaderM-'ue.i at the late resilience of -
dceeu ;.!, in i'ut:i;i;'s precinct, Clackamas court- j
ty, siate of Oreou. i
RAYMOND DICKEY, !
JAMLS . DICKI'.V I
Dated, April 2, lS72:wj.
In the County our: of Clackamas county, for
the Sr.ve of OreToa. In the matter of the
Kta'o of Francis Jo-ies, deceased.
J- OAHU, ADMIN iSTKATO It OF THE
above named Estate wi h the Will annex,
el, having tiled his tlnul aeooun ', and prayed to
be di.soaared, it is or iered by the (,'o-irt tha
Monday, the lit li day of May, 1S72, be set apart
as the day far hearing obje.rion- to such Haul ac
count and tue settlement thereof.
J. K. WAIT,
A'c.-t. Count v Judure.
J. M. FUAZEll. County Clerk. apiwl
Ladies & Gentlemen.
C )M lENCIN'O MONDAY EvENING,
April s, 1S72. in the rooms 'oriH-viv oc
cupied bv IV"f. Pipe's (Jranvoar School, on-p-
site Ma ic Hall. Sch ol in s -ssi -n fui
evenings eich week, from 7 t- -i lock.
Terms Five d -liars p'-r term of swentv
f iur !es-ons. See pecme w at the '-totnee.
I. AL.L3X MACKUM,
March 29. w3 Instructor.
HOUSE WE LIVE IN
INHABITANTS OF THE
A eases, that have breu pro touined incur
able iiy th most eminent physicians for the
very reason that they overlook d the ant?,
iid as Dr. Van Deu Eergh has made the
Entozoa a lite lmg Study, he wou d inform
the sick generally that by close observation
and z teat i xperimpnts, has come to the con
clusion that there are more acute and t-hron-ic
diseases caused by Worms, Jlrdat.ds, An
ima cuhe. or other species of Enlozoa. The
public generally, or I he profession at lare,
are not aware of the number of Patients
who are treated by eminent l'hvsi.-ians, ior
th s, that, or -uch a complaint without anv
rehet. If the disease had bt-en umlei stood,
a few doses of Dr. Y's. Sn:ereiji- Worm
Jt uietiy woul'i have immed ait ly cured the
complaint aiid saved a great many lives.
HT3 OF THE HU
XYhat think yon reader, of your bod' be
inr a planet inhabited he living races, as
we inhab t the earth? Y.'hat vcr may be
your thoughts on the sul.j -ct, ii is even so.
Y'ur b 'dy may be but a limine for parasites
that crawl ov r the -uri'ace, burrow beneath
the skin, nef.t!e in ts entrails, and riot and
prop igate their k.ud in every corner ot its
The following is from the San Francisco
IiwUti), of January 20. h, l7l. (A recent
Curl Yartins recently died in Cleveland,
Ohio, from eating meat iniecte.1 with the
Ova of Tmnuii Solium. At the (Jo oner's
Inquest, on Tujsdav, (January '2d. ) it was
s , own that three w. eks bef'te Chi ir-fmas,
1 Mai tins purchased aca cuss of I'ork. Some
ot the m et was eaten the same day, and
-ome was made into salvage. Ab "it ten
d iys la er, some of the sausage eaten,
and in h slio t time the wlnd-j family were
taken sick. Martins died on Sunday. Decern
berSlsf, H71- Mis. Mart ns and her two
children are now very s ck, and the tinner is
not, likel t rec -ver. The verdict was in
accordance with the facts. For further par
"ticul ts s -e (.Ileveland, ohi-. papor.- of above
date. A Coroucr's Inquest brought this
fact to h;rhr..
Now I would ask how many more such
deiths ar inquest would bring lo light ?
1'onder well, reader, upon this, and thi k of
:he thousa ids that die everv ear and no
cuu e c in be as igned tor their death. Now
the questi'Mi tltat would natmaliy enter the
naipi of ihe reader, is what shall I d .? The
a -vice of th Dr. wauld be go to s me one
that is C uiipet.'nt ot treating such coin
p aints. And who is m -ve competent than
the one that has made Worms a specialht v.
T;-.m.s. Yesterday, Dr. .1. W. Van D ii
Ce gh exhibited t us i number of paraitcs
winch had been re u-e?d from person- af-fiiete-l;
there were several d ft- rent, species
oneof which appears to be entirely nnktiowt'
to the ire. iical piofes-ion. Tins new taenia
is shaped something like an orange seed
but perfectly flat, or i at her like a c.icuinber
seed, with a tail about a quarter of an inch
;n h-r gtii. Anoi'ner w is ii tiijie worm b7
Iti t in length, coisis'ini of y,t5in joints.
Among med'.Cil men theie ex sts no liiti
ditlereii.-e of opin.on relative toiheoiigin
of t iese entozoa. One class of writ' is be
lieve that these par.tsi'es. at least, manv of
them, originate in the endowment of ant nal
molecules with vitality fr,m the parent bodv.
favo e I bv certai i st ites ot the vital forces
of that body; the states originating their
ofianizati n and ironioiing their g ovvth
and pro -aatio i. That all descri)tion- of
e tozoa are met w.t'i far more frequently
where a hiii.i1 food is u-ed in greatest abuu i
ance, is an iodis,,ut.it)le tact, esp'ciallv
where t ,e f o is the flesh of the '-unc ean
beasts." . Inch the J.-ws and Mohammed his
a'e iorbidileu to par ake of. Uut, our in eu
lion 's not to w ite a t iesi- up "t this sul je. t:
e n'v destr to c ron cle the fact t iat Dr
J NV. Van Jen ih-igh has round a med:cine
a simple vegetable wnie.'i grows in : bund
ance in Uali'ornia, which is a dead shot to
alien ozon, of waatevei' de cri, t on, gener
ally accomplishing its o' ject ,n tr m if hour
and a h ill' to sis !i -,v. l"rning Call.
Had we the space I ere hundreds ot testi
monials could be produced, testifying' t the
tru li of the assertions that- have here been
made, but it would be useless and would
onlv occupy the reader's liuie.
The fdowng are some of the diseases
that Worms are often nv.-fakeit for.
Dys 'e.'Sia, Chronic A flections ot the l.iver
ami Kidneys, Coa-umption, W hi e Swell ng,
Daisy, Soeruiatoi rhce i. Diarrl cea, I c uiti
nenceof 7. ine, Gravel, Flor A'.bus, Diabetes,
Dr. V'. would advise those ladies trrmb'ed
with a a ij irtv jnlari ties of the ILerus to try
his ne'.v r m dts and get cure I.
Dr. Yan 1) n Bergh's Im falli b!e Worm Syr
up for Children. 1 rice 1. Wan antci't i
cxp-d t!ie worms. Sent everywhere upon
receipt ot oric .
Dr. J. W. Y in Den Dergh's. Hair Tonic
a 'ureeure to ties' rov all a'iimalcua; ot the
Hair Follicles, prevent- falii-'g out ami pro
moting t e Growth ot the Hair. I 'i ice $L,aO;
By Coiisult'ug and Vn? renins:
T'.te afll cb d on lnrn if their disoa-e is
can-el by W-Tins or no ; at all even s. Dr.
Yn Dea Hergh can tell th :in rrom what dis
ease thej- are .suit", ring.
Consultations at.il Exaininationsi
FXIKK OF CIIARGU.
0FFIC2 H0GI.I3 KOS. 33 h ZD,
OVER THE PGST OFFICE-
Let ers decrih:ng the symptoms will be
f)i"inii'!y oi-weie', and persons liviag nt
d stan e will be saved the expense aud trou
ble ol calling upon the Doctor.
Addles-. DR J. W. VAX DKr; BEUGIl,
P. O. UOX 172. SALEM, ORECO.X,
Postlaxd, 'm b. 10th, 1S72.
Dr. J VY. Vx Dsx Ueiiosi 7e ir Sir:
Our child, a litti- g t l ig it years of ;ige has
had fits and c nvnlshvis for the Inst two
years, and we had tried m my d cv!S and
tii i remedies wit iout much benefit, in fa t
our da-lin j was -'ettiug constantly wots'
unt l wh h -i'r l of oif vrn swip tlri'iiili
a friend of o us. Ye tho tgh that perhaps
it might, do so ne good to g ve i a ttiai, a d
mil cannot ini.guie our s irprise when ov.-r
worms were expelled with o ie ho tit of
v mi- valuable W'-rm -yrao, a id from thi
time o i w - cert d'dy sh dl he- er be -v.thout
it so 1 otg as there i- a tio-sibl chance for it
to be h id. Vn:i are at libeity to publish
this i yon cho se, and may it do much food.
Respect uliv votirs, S 1!. Dili' IX.
M. J. ORIVX.
Syi-iploms of IVovns,
Alternat-' pa.!iess and flu hing of th
c -untena"ioe, iu'l et-essio i ot the eves,
drow iness, ichng i.' the n se, a swelled
uppe -Ii ', tngu wh!'"iy in r-il and t lickly
sp.-ckle l w'tn red pni ,i, feted breath, n en
larg d abdomen, a paitii or gene'al -welling
or pulli ign ss t; t e -kin. a staitl ng trj the
-h- p and 'jrinding of th teeth, a -ensat on
as f so rietlii ig w s I d ed m the throat, a
iiraduii wasting -f the flesh, s c' ess of the
stomach, v muting, h short and di-y cough.
:uieti e sometime: voracious, a' ofier
tim-s ifi-bl'. bowels sometim-'- costive, oth
t I mes i 'o-e, reat fie fu ness a ni irntibd
i'v of tenner, pains in the stom ch aid
b -wels, col c, fit-, C-nvn!-imis and pal-.
I' the vorm -yrui is n.t to ba hid in
yur town, -end orders t i the man .f ict
ur r a d ir, will ie sent onmptly t any ad
dress free ot express ch rg -s. Direct or
Dr J. W. VAN DEN BEkGIt,
P. O. Box 172, Salem, Oregon.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
AYE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper tlrau llae Cheapest.
We would sa, come and convince your
self before pm chasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOE-.
and a great many articles too numerous to
ALbO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO. WOOL wanted, for which we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACKEHIiTArJ & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, lS71:tf
12 EST A 15 R A 1
LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MX STREET, OKEGON CITY, OlSKGOX.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED l!E-
JL spec fullv announces to his e
f lends and the t, ave'intr public.
t' at I e I as re-orened the above
The toprietor knows how to eerve his
csut-mers with Oystts, I'ig's Feet, a good
cup ot Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, KS71:tf
W I L L A TJ GINGER
rj75;-'5-,j Has E&tublihid
FOR HIE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, tLIWDS AMD BOOBS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
tCW They will nlso do TURNING, of cvry
lesc: i j.itiou to order,
Vith Neatness and Dispatcl 1
ALL WORK WA KR ANTED.
Sliop on the River, in Lewis' shop,
enpos'te Oregn City Mills.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
luain Street, Oregon City-
LV.v niLLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention f the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
THE BAR IX S VP PLIED
With all tiie choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cicrnrs. Scotch. Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
ALSO, A NO. 1
SHOOTING G LLErJY
Is connected with the Saloon.
Ore-0" City, Jan. 1, 172:1 f
A, P.OUT TIIE 1ST OF AFItlL, r.rarj
( irejron ('ity, a bay thoroua-h-bred 0
American MARE, eiifnt years old, almut Yr
it uaua.s nitMl, a smaii wune r-nic-
the nenr ,-. tnfif anrl tli hotif bhil k and Wliite.
no bran-Is or other marks. Any one returning
said mare or leaving- information of where she
may be found, at the' postoriiee, in Oivgon City.
wiii be hberailv rewardeil.
Orc-'on fit-y, July 11, 171.
B 11 E W E II Y !
Havieo- nnrc.h.n'-ed the above Brewery wish
ps N inform the public th.it he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
LAG Eli BEER,
As -rood as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited -nd promptly filled.
VYulD jUACKs- A victim f early in
discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decav. &c , h iving tned in vain
everv advemsed remedv," as a simple means
n -elf cure, which he w-11 send fPn's
telhiw sutterers. Address J . II. lvE, ES,
78 N ssan st.. New York
Sept. i : l v
HOUSE AND LOTS FOB SALE
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OKFFRS FOR
L saiehis re-i ence n Oregon City. There
are four lots, a go d hou e and barn, with a
fine cellar and a good well of water. There
is jdentv of land, and it is well adapted for
errly aird",jni purposes. Part pivment
maybe made in stock. For particulars ep
plv to GEORGE CLAEK.
Ore on City una 2 1571tfJ
C. W. POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA-IER&-COPPER,
LEAD PIPE, I R IN
I'IPE AND FITTINGS, RUBBE .
110SE, FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS, ZINC, COPPER,
liiiASS AND IRON
Also a general sssoi laient of Iloua
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF ETIRY
DESCRIPTION' DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S stove STORK you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOOD EN,
WARE AND TINWARE, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sala at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. W. POPS & CO.
Utlyl Oregon City Ore-(,i.
JEW WAG OX
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of ilain and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as nunv new ones as may be
pleased to call, tbat he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, ar.d the very
best of mechanics, to build acw, recon
struct, make, paint, ircn and turn out all
complete any sort ol a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concoid coach. Try me.
Blacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing ueat lv, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAYlDSMl'ni.
Opposite Excelsior Market
CORNER MAIN AXD SEVENTII STREETS.
onuGOii civT, ok no ON,
DRY-GOODS a GROCERIES,
- rcr rs-r- r .i ti t o rTr a i -n
Also, a full assortment of
Hiiliner Fancy Goods
OF TliE LATEST STYIJ-SS,
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS
Oct. 6, ls.7D.tf
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASSIMERES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
57" I will nlso pav the highest prices for
Butter, Errss, and ail kinds of good country
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o its equivalent in good
jTS Give me a call and snii-fv yourselves
Jan. 13,1871 tf
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. PILKir-TGTON, III.
T ATE OF SAN FRANCESCO, HAS LO
ij cate.l in Portland, Oregon. O.'hce-In
H -lme' Building. First street ( three doers
from Ladd &. Tilt-mi's U.nkl. where he may
be con-lilted daily, and will treat diseases
of tlie above named organs as specialties.
All operations upon the Eve and Lai per
formed in the most soieutific ar.d careful
manner. . ,, ,
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beauty
and mobility of the nat .ral eye, inserted.
Refers bv'pennis-ion, for his professional
standing, to L. G. Iane, M. D-, I''fe1--"" of
Snro-erv. and Edwin Bentley, M. D-, Profes
sor of An.itr.mv. University of the Pacific
San Francisco;' and for his success in the
treatment of cases, to over l,oi0 cases tteat-
d by him, in San Francisco ; also, to Levi
Est -s. 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 Asrent in Oregon Ci'y, and also
Agent for the Estate of Daniel Ilarvev, de
ceased. MRS. E. HARVEY.
October 1, lS71.m3
NOTARY PUBLIC JEN'TERPRISE OFFICE
Oregon Clty,;jan 13:tt
Ayer's Ague Oure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &c,
and indeed all the affections which arise
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic
No one remedy is louder
called for by the necessities of
the American people than a
sure and safe cure for Fever
and Aprue. Such we are now
enabled to ofi'er, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate
the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise
from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this dis
order must be of immense service in the com
munities where it prevails. J'revention is better
than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which
he must run in violent attacks of this baleful dis
temper. This "Ct'EK" expels the miasmatic
poison of Fever and Agi k from the evttein,
and prevents the development of the disease, if
taken on the first approach of its premonitory
symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever
yet discovered for this class of complaints, but
ah-o the cheapest. The large quantity we sup
ply for a dollar brings it within the reach of
everybody; and in bilious districts, where
Fkvku and Aia'E prevails, everybody rhould
have it, and ue it freely, both for'cure and pro
tection. It is hoped this'price w ill place it within
the reach of all the poor as well as the rich.
A great superiority ot this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy'and certain,
cure of Intermittent is, that it contains no Qui
nine or mineral; consequently it produces no
quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon
the. const il nthm. Tho.-o cnre.l l-it firi left as
healthy as if they had never had ihe disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone tlie consequence 1
of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of dis
orders arise from its irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Rheumati-m, Gout, Headache,
liihidiK'ss, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful A flection of the Spleen,
Hysterics, Pain in the Dowels, Colic, Paralysis,
arid derangement of the Stomach, all of which,
when originating- in this cause, put on the in
termittent type, or become periodical. This
"CiMtK' expels the poison from tho blood, aud.
consequently cures them all alike. It is an in
valuable protection to immigrants and persons
travelling or temporarily residing in the mala
rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily
while exposed to the infection, that will be ex
creted h orn the svstem, and cannot accumulate
in sufficient quantity to ripen into disease.
Hence it is even more valuable for protection
than cure; and few will ever suffer from Intermittent.-;
if they avail themselves of the protec
tion this remedy affords.
For TJf-r Ctnitpiaiuts, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stim
ulating the Liver into healthy activity, and pro
ducing many truly remarkable cures, whei-e
other medicines fall.
Dr. J. C. AYER&CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD ALL ROUND TIIE WORLD.
PRICE, $1.00 1'EIt JiOTTZE,
it v igfor.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
yS r,c--. ?- hair. It soon
,'.C restores faded
or gray hair
ii-w JJ to its ariqlnal
color, icttli. 1he
gloss and freshness of youth. Tliin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Xothi ng can rosters
the hair where the follicles aro de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed ; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of iiair 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 tho
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 tho hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but nt harm it. If wanted
merely for a IIAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found bo desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
longcn the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical ami Analj-ticnl Chemists,
Smith & Davis, Wholesale Ag c , Fr. i t
Stre- t, 1'ortland, Oregon.
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i J r fi. Six: tJB rro .
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and wholesome heiba and roots, and have Riven
universal batisfaction wtierever tried. Thousands
t' dyspeptics have found relief throueh their ue.
and physicians recommend them lor the cure of all
diseases of the blood and liver, and irregularities of
the digestive organs.
Headache, riHouns and Constipation. General
Dt-bility and Lossof Appetite, all ere caused bv thej
derangement of the btomach, l,iver and other
functionaries of the system, 'J he IXL Bitters hava
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ably to your wishl have carefully tested and exam
ined the sample of your IXL Bitters, which yoa
eent me, ana find it not only an agreeable Hitters,
but alfo one that cannot fail to be bcnelicial as a
tonic aud promoter of Digestion.
G. HOLLAND, M. D.
Citt Avr Cor-srr IIospitai, Saa Trancisco.
June 2ath, 1ST I :
I hava carefully examined Dr. Ilenley's IXL
Bitters, and have failed to detect any thins; -which,
could injure even the most delicate constitution.
From the composition of the Bitters, as far as I
am able to determine it, I should judfre that tho
IXL Bitters must be a very efficient remedy ia
Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and simi
lar complaint, being composed of a number ol
vegetable drugs which an! principally used in dis
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etaciency in their cure.
, , F. TT. EXGELS. M. D..
Ass t Kes- Physician Apothecary C. A C. liospital.
o,8?,-511--11'8 Office. San Francisco. July
iiHt, 151 :
Messrs. H.Epstein 4 Co. Gents: T have made a
careful examination of your IXL Bitters, and have
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Ur. Henley s signature across the top of each bottle.
Every Family should hnve n Bottle
In tlie liouse. KolU everywliere.
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PRIVATE MEDICAL AlDl
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Dr. W. K. Doherrv'o
Private Medical & SrSical ltxXHo
No. 519 Sacramento Street, corned
Leidesorfi; (a few doors Leio? l
the What Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on Leidesdorff street
Established Expressly to Aflerdthe Affl ?
Hound and Scientific lledical A,d L'C f d
Treatment and Cure of all Pnra,iVh
Chrome Diseases, Cases of Secrecy in?"?
Sexual Disorders. secrecy and all
To tlie Afllictecl.
DR. W. K DOHERTY relnrn3 hh sincera
thanks to b,s numerous patients fo !
patronage and would take this opPor!unv
to remind hem that he contmues toeolVX
at his Institute for the cure of chro-Mc
eases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, iw'
live and Genito-Urinarv Organs, ani aii
private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its f!rrn i
and stages, .sen.ial M"eakners and all tl J
horrid consequences of self-abuse. Gcno,
hoea Gleet, Strictures. Nocturnal and I)jn
nal hnussions. Sexual Debility, I.)ises.s--'s of
he Back and Loins, inflanllmaf on of the
Ul idder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hop,',
that his lone; experience and successful m-a
lice will continue to insure him a share or
public patronage. By the practice of i,)an '
years in Europe and the United States he
enabled to apply the most efficient and si c
cessful remedies against diseases of all kin '.'
He uses no niercuty, charges moderate tre!u
his patients in a correct and hoi.orable - aT
and bas references of uiiqiie.tionKble verac 1
tv from men of known respectability and
high standing in society. All parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise will r
uti.e me rM auu gentlest tieatuun
"riien a female is in trouble, or afflicted
with disease, as weakness ot the bark and
hmbs pain m the head, dimness ot ,u
loss of muscular power, palpitation of "tl
heart, irritability, nervousness, extreme ur
inary difficulties, derangement of dio-e-tive
futictioiis, general debility, vaginit is T.1I d
east s of the womb, hysteria, sterility and -,'n
other diseases peculiar to females, she -hou'd
go or write at om e to the celebrated iennV
doctor, W. K. DOIIFRTY, at his Medici I
stitute, and consult him about her trouhVs
and di-ease. The Doctor is eflcctim- n,oie
cines man any other pfivsician in the St
of California. Let no lalse delicacy prev,
you, but aiply immediateh- and save your.,
from puinfut sufferings anil premature uY:i
.hi inai rieu -aoies. whose delicate health
other circumstanrps nrit on
their families should write r.r rll tit Til? lv
K. DOHKItTY'S Medical Institute, and t! f-r
will receive every possible relief and lain'.
The Doctor's offices are so arranjf d thnt i
can be consulted without fear jf observation
Patients residing ta air pa it of the?ta!j
however di.tfiut who may des:re theopin'on
fd advice of DR.DOIIEUTY in their respff.
tive cases, and who think )roper to submit a
written statement of such, in pre fere not-to
holding a personal interview, are respectful
ly assuied that their communicat'ons will he
held sacred and confidential. If the case U
fully and candidly described, personal coir
mnnieation will be ti nei-essary, as instine
lions for diet, regimen and the general t-cut
ment of the ca-e"itself (including tlfe renie
il es), will lie forwarded without r?-i,(V, iiral
in such a manner as to convey no idea V the
purport of the letter or parcel's') transmitte.l.
Consultation by letter or otherwise",
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed omorav.
DR. DOHERTY has jut published an im.
portant pamphlet, embodying bis vn t:hi
and experiences in relation to Impotence r
Ii Hit v ; being a Short Treat's on N.-erma-Torrhfra
or Seminal Weakness, Xervi.iis und 9
Physical Debility cr nsequent on thi- a!-tf.
t on, and other diseases of the Sexual Orirtir-i
This little work contains inforniati' n et tho
utmost value to a!!, whether married orsimrle
and will be sent FREE bv mail or: receij tVf
ix cents in postage stamps for return po-4.
W. K. DOHERTY. M. P..
julySoly San Fi anci.;eo Cal 1
T II E
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the heaviest tb the lightest fabric.
IT DOES MORE AVOUTv.
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AM) BETTEK 1v8ltK,
Than any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewing Machi' 6
withiw one thousand miles of Sun Fram i-ro
not working well and giving entire sali-faction,
if I am informed of it; it will Ta at
tended to without expense of any kind to the
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