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MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT.!
ir«Hi«kt **w I
THB BRIDE OF TUB CHK V A MEH.
RT join KAKTEV CO»*.
I.
A Mf OMNI if the CheVali«PT,
Tho Ckcvalltr Louts l)*Or,
lie VM my bcattlifai love from me,
He wee rtefc-I very poor :
■e eery peer that the prudent mold,
Wfcfs we were weighed In the seeks together,
Fms4 Ah om side heavy as lead,
My ews M light at i feather !
What, thou, were the levee of the boy an.l girl
Who had played fur years 'neath the oak trees tall,
Aad plighted their troth a thousand : lines,
—Whea the Chevalier came to the hall ?
Me caase to a chariot guy and One,
1, through the dost of the common way,
*Twae a alßy thought that a woman's heart
Osali say tht rich man nay.
Me ends his elegant bow, and smiled ,
—Mr came again, and The day was won r
Whea a Month had passed he was there no more,
And the light from the hall was gone :
The Nght and life of (he house and lawn
Had disappeared with the form no dear :
My pride, and joy, my hope, my all.
Was the brida of Die Chevalier !
And new, good friend, do you ask again
Why vornds with roe la a word of scorn ?
1 loved this girl with s doting love,
And she made my life forlorn f
She sold her maiden body and soul
for silks and jewels, and plate, and gold ;
faith, and trmh, and honor, and heart,
—Sold, sol if sold !
The false Aed feeble heart gave wny ;
She made me the man you see me now—
With the sliver in my youthful hair,
Aad (be farrows here on my brow :
ike taught roe (hen, In my early youth,
That women were false, and weak, and mean ;
If she had clung to her truth—who knows—
My life—what It might haw been ?
for ipring was then In the bud with me :
My father left roe a noble name—
With love to shine on the rugged path,
I looked to the heights of fame ;
And new 1 ponder, and mope, and dream
Through a weary life that 1 hate, my friend,
And but for.fear of (he coward's hiss
Al a coward's act, would end !
Do you think 1 envy Die Cheva'ier
His boontlfnl bride with the sunny curls—
The woman 1 loved with a foolish love—
Adored as the pearl of pearls ?
The Chevalier Is prince of the Town,
But 1 am king of the world of Thought—
He Is welcome for me, as the flowers in May,
To the bride his money bought !
And she, with a soul that loved alone
The red gold's sheen, and the back low bent
To the gilded coach-is welcome too ;
She may reign to her heart's content ;
She loved me once, If she does not now,
When a freezing stare would greet my claim
To aa old acquaintance, years ago,
With the splendid city daiue !
it.
These words I said with a bitter heart,
And thought with scorn of the laughing quern,
As I walked, with a scowl, through the smiling woods.
And over the meadows green ;
Mot when 1 met, at a boll lasi night.
The beautiful bride of the Chevalier,
Ton may laagb, but 1 swear, at sight of me,
Hot eye was dim with a tear !
Does she think—l said—ln the dance's whirl,
As she sees me here, of the hours long gone—
Tho hours we spent in the dear old Itali,
And under the oaks on the lawn ?
1 turned away, for the dance was done,
1 turned awny with a bitter heart—
But n slender Anger touched my arm—
We walked from the crowd apart.
Shall 1 write the words of the voice that shook,
As (be blue eyes filled with a sudden tear?
The words would scarcely bring a smile
To the Ups of the Chevalier I
•• Alas ! for the days," were the murmured words,
44 We passed In the hall, by Die sunny stream,
The old, old days coree back to me,
Like a happy, smiling dream !
u And you—you have never married, sir—
You do not love ree— l see that well :
You pity me, or perhaps despise
The married hall-room belle 1»
Bat eh ! If you knew why the blase and «Un
Of balls Is all thst I live for now—
Yon would know that the pearls (hat loop my hair
Droop over a burning brow !
••I have pined, long years, for the present hour—
-1 have tried, with a trembling hand, to write ;
Bui the time has come ; we are face to face,
You shall know (he truth to-night !"
InAths truth, the terrible, awful truth,
I heard from (be lips that were yet so dear ;
She had loved aie still, with her heart of hearts,
Whconhe bride of the Chevalier.
A guardian's threat, and a feeble will,
Had mads her yield to the awful shame—
■ho loM me all with a writhing lip
Aad a cheek that burned like flame.
Jhe tuM me nil, as 1 shuddered there ;
■he begged like a child for a word of grace—
From ms who longed to draw her close
In a passionate, wild embrace !
But the madness passed, and I said no more
Than the simple words I write down here,
* 1 levs yon, my darling, and pardon all,"
Thsa 1 bowed to the Chevalier:
•he took his arm, with a smothered sigh,
And a look so sad, as they passed away,
That the Mae eyes wet with tears will haunt
My heart to Its dying day.
And so 1 have told, good friend of mine,
Tho story (ho world has got by heart,
1 do not murmur against my fate,
For ouch most plsy his part :
For mo, I have worn the 44 Inky cloak"
While you may have danced in ribands gay;
But the dress Is nought so the heart Is rigid,
And us watch, aad praise, and pray I
IiCMQVD, Yu., Dec., 13ft).
Over Woreed 1 "' Wombs.—An over
worked woman ia always a sad sight—
nadder a great deal than an overworked
man, because she is so much more fertile
in capacities of suffering than a man.—
Shunta so many varieties of headache—
sometimes as if Jael were driving the nail
that killed Siterà into her temples—some
times doing her work with half her brain,
while the other half throbs as if it would
go to pieces— sometimes lightning round
tha brows as if her cap band were Luke's
iron crown— and then her neuralgias, and
her backaches, and her fits of depression,
in which she thinks she is nothing, and
those paroxysms which men speak lightly
of aa hysterical— convulsions, that is all,
only not commonly fatal ones—so many
triala wbicli belong to her fine and mobile
■fracture, that she is always entitled to
pity, when she is placed in conditions
whieh develop her nervous tendencies.—
Dr, 0. W. Jlolmet.
“Mr lad,”said a traveler to a little boy
whom he met clothed in pants and small
Jacket, but without a very necessary ar
ticle of apparel, “where is your shirt*"
“Mammy ia washin' it"
** Hava yon ao other?”
“No other I" exclaimed the urchin in
surprise, “would you want a boy to have
a thousand shirts?”
Little Girls.— There is something in
expressibly sweet about little girls.-ȣ>-
eMspe.
And it grows on ’em as thevget big
pr. Share now \-LouUcilU 'Journal.
|-g-f f- g
Ma bed, wurra and bli-b—the red
ehaaka, the white teeth, and the blue eyes
of a level v girl, are as good a flag as a
pong soldier in the battle of life need
Tm human heart, like a well, if utterly
atoned in from the outer world, is aure to
•■■arata an atmosphere of death.
Wa rather think the moat reluctant
■lam to vice wa aver saw, was a poor fel
low who bad bia fingerà in one.
Stsaxas hare a habit of taking an un
«Mlpjaad view of things.
OOUKTINO-HOUBB CALEB DAB.
ISOI.
?iSHJ J J? ?
s I li?" s J
essisi *
?? 7 ?
mn
Conni)' Central Committee*
Placervllle D. W. Gelwlck*». Chairman
Greenwood David Fairchild
White Oak J. P. Tipton
Colom* /.V t W. Giflin
Diamomi Spring S. F. Hamm
Mountain C. C. Mcla-an
Dig Dar Janus Evans
Salmon Falli I). M. Boyd
Mud Springs 1(. 11. Duncan
Georgetown .las. D. McMurny
Kelsey J M. Massey
Cusuiuiief J. D. Uaukiii
Drmor ralle Stair CrntralCommlltee.
A! amnia —l|. C. Smith.
.1 inaJor J. A. Drown.
Batte— 3, K. N. Lewis.
I 11. Stephens.
/ antra !
J. C. Ilivnsarkcr.
I nhimi —l|. \V. Dunlap.
Ip, I Xorte—
T. s*. Pomeroy.
Kl J Por a Jo—
D. W. GHwlcks.
Frenno—J. Paylcs, Jr.
//H/hAoW
Frank IV. McDaniel.
Klamath—hot. Daggett.
A oe Ai,(/ele*—
K. J. 0. Keren.
Marin —Jno. ItickerwtnfT.
Monterei!— J. A. Watson.
Mari/amt—
\Vni. A. Rountree.
lohin.
.Verro*/— J. Robertson.
Xa/ai —J. 11. Scoli.
AVrWn-H C. Bryan.
/•Aire/»—0. 11. Mitchell.
/‘/«wrt*-t. C. Church.
Sirraiaento—
K. K. Eyre,
It. M. Randolph,
T. A Tnlhot,
11. F. Mauhlcn.
San RernanUno—,
R.G. Allen
Solfino —W. J. Honten.
Son Join/nhi
IMF. Pair Irk.
San I.oiiìm ulJmjhi
D. Blackburn.
StPM Milt, lh
W. I*. Morrison.
Sanili /{•irlotni —
K. I*. Onl.
Sanili tiara—
K. A. Kr«lman.
Stinta tV«:-Jas. Skene.
Shunta — 11. C. Street.
Sferra— V. 11. White.
SlnA'if/ou—J. 8. Dudley.
Simonia —
T. I<. Thompson.
San hirffo —
J. J. Kendrick.
Stan i*la uh—
P. I*. Skanikrr.
Sutter —/. Montgomery.
Sin Francium—
T. Haves,
J. P. Haven,
J. If. Wise,
W. 1., Higgins,
Calhoun Denham.
Trinili,, i—J. (!, Bradley.
Triniti/— W. A. Nunaily.
Tuoi a nine —llobt. Howe.
Talare—
IV. (I. Poindexter.
Volo —lV, llelstrsling.
Ymlml— C. lilndlry,
James Haworth.
ttraoo.ioo dollars i -sa
TO *• DI.TII HL’TKD IX
tTOIPTQ! _fcl
Friday, February 19, ISO I.
OEOBOE O. BBIQOS 1
MtCONK GUANI.
VOGAI. AMI UKAJIATIC
GIFT ENTCRTAINMCXT !
Will be given At the
MARYSVILLE THEATER,
FEBRUARY Will, IMII,
On which occasion the following MAGNIFICENT
PKI/.EB will lie distrllmt-d among the
Ticket-Holders. .
288 PRIZES!
TICKETS, TWO DOLLARS.
IsIST OF
PRIZE.—BRIGGS
PRIZES :
FI ROT PRIZE.—DRIGGP* OI.D OR.
CHARD. Tills property consists of lift
aere* of Ynha river bottom land, In
orchard,together with the hoove known
ai “ Briggs* Hotel,** and the barn* and
sheds attached thereto. The orchard
numbers 35,0nn trees, nil of the choicest
varieties, and is the largest orchard in
the world, and probably the most pro
ductive property in the Plate. The
fruit from this nr -hard brought In làftd,
ITo.OiNi ; In I SMI, $lon,(H0; hi Iwflo,
lisa^wu-valued at $210,000
PECOND PRIZE-PAXTON ORCHARD
—Near Marysville ; 70 arreas of land ;
I‘J.iMHt fnilt Trees ; he use and barn—
valued at 72,000
THIRD PRIZE -II AUN ORCHARD—
Near Mnrysvll'c ; tU acres ; Fruit
. Trees; 2 t,niM Grape Vinca— valued at.. 63,000
1 FOURTH PRIZE.—COI.F ORCHARD—
I near Marytvllle; 41 acres; 7,t*Ni Fruit
j Trees—valued at 42,000
! FIFTH PRIZE. - VINEYARD on the
old miles from Mnrrsvilie;
lit acres ; S,«IUU vines—valued at 8,00 0
I SIXTH PRIZE.—GRAIN FIEI.D-Part
Jof old Rauch ; !>VI acres—valued at... 0,000
SEVENTH PRIZE —GRAIN FIFED-Part
of old Rauch; Iso acres—valued at.. 4,000
EIGHTH PRIZE—PAXTON RANCH—
(meadow)—On acres—valued at 3,000
Two hundred and Eighty CASH GIFTS,
of $5 each, from Nos. 8 tu 2SS 2,000
Tut »l $390.400
Comprising altogether KJil acres of l.nnd, .*>o,ooo
fruit trees,2»,<nni Grape Vines, and ♦l,4ooin cash.
Tlie lands upon which these orchards arc planted
are all bottom lands, and as good ns can he found in
the State. Apnlcs, Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines.
Pears, Plums, Figs, Quince, Black Walnut, Almond,
•c., Ac., Ac , will he found In these orchards In great
variety and of the choicest kinds. The character of
the Fruit Is well known throughout the Northern
and central portion of the Flat*. All of the Vines,
and nearly nil of the Fruit Trees will be of age to
hear a good crop the coining year. We app« ml the
following certificate for the benefit of persons not
well acquainted with the value of the property.
THE TITLE IS PERFECT.
Wo, the undersigned, hereby certify that we are ,
acquainted with ninni oft he aim ve described property,
and that we do not believe its value, as above stated,
Is over estimated :
Charles Lindlvy, MnrjsviPe ; Col. Warren, Editor
™2**2' Ban Sancisco; John C. Fall. Marys Vi le ;
•■sasl'Mn», Marysville ; John A. Paxton, P. I*,
wells, B. P. Avery, editor Appeal; C. Covlilaud,
Hon. P. M. Bliss, D. W. C. Rice, Jno. Q. Packard, J.
H, Huniphrcf, J. F. I.lnthicuni, editor K<r/,re** ;
John R. Rilge, editor JPemocrat, Marysville; Gen.
John A. Putter, Hock Farm ; Rev. O. C. Wheeler,
Corresponding Pecrelary California State Agricultu
ral Society,Sacramento ; A. P. Smith, Sidney Smith,
Sacramento ;; Knapp. Durrill A Co., San Francisco ;
J Js r3r *.? t J. L. Sanford, Sun Francisco.
The distribution of the Gifts will be under the dl
reel ion of a Committee of gentlemen chosen by Hie
audience on the evening of the Concert.
. *•_**• CUMMINOS, Agent at Placerville. Office at
the Cary House. Orders from the country promptly
attended 10. GEORGE G. BRIGGS, Propri, tor.
Marysville, Jau. 1(1, ISOI. jliMd
HOMESTEADS.
fpilK und.ril.Md I. prepared to dnw «nr
X the «ekuo.ledrnt.iit. of I loin.. trad l)c
tiou, under thr NEW I.AW.
J CHAU. K. IKWIN, Notary Pul
Diamond Spriu n , Jun. 18, IMO. jel
BUM NESS calli» m. toth. Earl, I wi.h
»T «lor. and Good., at American Flat
in “F «torà at Michigan
Sitly ** located in a health, and poj
"TSa. !» '™i •** doinf a food buaineia.
J. J.LAWV
FOR SALE.
.T A fc?LK I f JBAI,D fresh fruits,
aaa “*• HUNT t C
“ On the Plaaa, PI
S?*f^ , f?r^* h r}' FD.dcr«l, Hew 0
Si bo?» b 7 u, «
Jim • •* ” UU - HUNT t C
m 0» the Plaaa, PI
choice amFt»j mtDt 0 f
Wines, Fine Brandke,
o f and ,
AM UUMT 4 CIiACE, ou t
professional Cards.
D. BTEUART SMITH,
rII YHH* I A N ANI* !* TH U KO X ,
(Late of the Holt. Ha* I limli.» C'<mi|»uii) *s Srnier.)
omen, Mr. Whits.’* Phi u stork, Main st.,
jt-.Ki J taceri ille. I>
O. D. HALL. O. YALE,
t'lnctrriUe % Mia /'eowr/mti,
Frac tire Law in all the Court* of Utah.
Offices, at Carson and Viririliitt City, jr'Ml tf
JOHN 111 MR, If. f. gl.Osß.
HUME A SLOSB,
ATT»UNKYB - A T - I. A W,
Offlrr in City Hlork, IWrvillfi
Will practice l.aw in the Court* of Kl Dorado and
adjoii mg Counties—in the Supreme Court, and the
Courts of Utah Territory. mill
JOHN OhiRK, I. s. TITI'H.
DBS. COOKE A TITUS,
PHYSICIANS AND Pl* KO KOI
Office, Main Street, third door above the “ Old
Round Tent,** op|H>site Jo. Wh tu’* corner building
on the Flat*. au’i’J
11. K. STOWE,
NOTARY PUBLIC AM) C’ON VKYANUFR,
I'nionlown. Kl Dorado County.
A. A. VAN GUELDER, *
ATTORN K Y - A T LAW,
Placer ville, Kl lh»rado County, California.
OKKICK, corner Colonia nnd Main Si reel*. tf
8. W. SANDERSON.
ATTORNKV-AT-UW,
Offlce, in Dougin*** Building (up stair*), Main
Street, Flaccrvilte. If
P. H. HARMON,
NOTARY FCBLIO AND CONVKVANCKR.
Deed*, Mortgage* Ac., correctly written and ac
knowledg'd. Deposition* taken. Note* proti «.fed.
Office—Front room, Mountain Demoerat building.
CHAB. F. IRWIN,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
In and for Kl Dorado County—Office at Diamond
•uW Spring*. tf
E. B. CARSON,
NOTARY FCMhIC AND CON VKV ANCKR.
Office—la the Court-House, with County Recorder.
Will protest Note*, draw Deed*, Mortgage*. Pow
er* of Attorney and lIOMKSTKAD DKCI.AR ATIONS,
with neatne**und dispatch, on the mu*t reasonable
term*. Jai.Vtf
Winter Arrangement—S. V. R. R.
ON ami after the 2£d «lay of Octuher, the
Car* of the Sacramento Valley Railroad will
leave a* follows, vi» :
THE PASSENGER TRAINS
Will leave the Depot, foot of K street, Sacramento, at
6,’v. *• n., I *v. and 4,'v I*, m. Sunday*excepted.
Folsom at O'v'A. M., 12, M.,and ftI*, 1 *, r. .m.,Sun
day* excepted.
ON SUNDAYS,
Will leave Sacramento at fi,V,i. m.
Will leave Fo|*om at I k, i*. v.
TICKKT OKFICK— On Front street, under the
“What Cheer House.”
FREIGHT FOR FOLSOM
Will he taken hy every train, Sunday* excepted.
Cp Way-Freight hy the I \ train only.
Downward Way-Freight hy the 7 train only
Freight niust he delivered at the Depot, foot of I.
street, half an hour before the hour of departure
of the train, else It will Ik* retained for the next train.
The 6\,M., train out from Saci amento connects
with Stages for all the following named place*, and
passengers procuring tickets at the Depot in Sacra
mento will be sent trough the same day. The stage*
run from all the following named plnees to connect
with the 12 *. train from Folsom, arriving in Sacra
mento one hour before the San t>aiiel*eu boat leaves.
Nevada, tira** Valley Auburn,
lowa Hill, Forest City, Downieville,
Orienti* Flat, Ophir, «Sold Hill,
lllinolstown, Yankee Jim’s, (ìrecnwo’d Valley
Henrgetown, Mormon Piami, Colonia,
Kl Dorado, Diamond Spring*, Flaeerville,
Fratrie City, Michigan liar, Cook’s Bar.
Wall’s Digging*, Ll”e Oak City, Arkansas Dig’s,
Willow Spring*, Drytown, Amador,
Putter, Jackson, Fiddle town,
AND WASHOE.
To which point this is the nearest and quickest route.
And all (he Intermediate Flares.
For freight or passage apply at the Railroad Stations.
J. F. ROBINSON, Superintendent.
8. V. R. R. Office, October goth ISflO. d. r >
THE EYES! THE EYES !
.Will v.(/y DU. K. 11. PARl>KK.Ovult*t.-
After a protracted blindile** of
—• Hmn five years DR. FAR
DKK has made himself tfior
ol, Fbly anil smisti fuu.i.v ne
• ‘/.11 l \ \*V> qua luted with all disease* of the
Kye, ai d has now been in practice eight t ears In San
Francisco with a sucre»* that can not he surpassed
In any purl of the United Slates; and for proof of
thl* he will substantiate by ease* that have been
cured hy him. after having exhausted the skill of all
the eminent Oculist.! in the cities of Boston, Filila
delphia and New York. Dr. I*, wholly objects to the
use of caustic, blue stone—keeping the patient in a
dark roiqp, ilk-ting, blistering, nipping—the blue pill
at night and salt* in the morning, etc., etc. DR
FARDKK liu* abnheen remnrkal/ly successful in the
treatment of Rheuniallsiu, Neuralgia, and all pains
about Hie bead ; and the frequent call* that he has
for his Rheumatic mixture from nil part* of this
coast, with the many testimonials, is positive proof
of its efficacy; audio prevent answering mnnv in
quiries by letter, he will stale that it can he sent to
any part of the Plate or coast, and each bottle will
be accompanied with full directions and a receipt
for a liniment, magical in its effects over pain,
ingredient* of which can be procured anywhere—
price, flit. The ARTIFICIAL KVKS inserted hy Dr.
I*, have all tin.* natural movements of the real eye,
and cannot he detected even bv elo«e inapcrtlnn.
Address DR. E. H. PARDEE,
Pan Francisco, California.
OFFICE—No. 217 Clay street, opposite the Flaxa
Hotel. au’J'Vthu-law
BETII LOVKLKSS,
WISCONSIN
R 11. Rl
LIVER!
SALE Oe FEED STABLE,
Mala St., above Cellar Ravine llrlilge,
FLACERVILLE.
rpnu Subvert ber., thankful fur paat fa- i
X Tors, respectfully inform the public
that they are now prepared to nrcommo
date all who may favor them with their
patronage, with the finest Buggy Teams and'Saddle
Horses In the mountains.
Morve, kepi by the ilny or month at the lowe.t
rate.. Try u> mul be coiirinecil.
vr Attached to the stable Is a large shed and
secure Coral, suitable for pack trains.
UKDD <1 LOVRLKBB.
Flaeerville, Apt. 2ff, IsCu. janA
A. 11. REID’S
LIVERY & FEED STABLE,
In the rear of (he Ohi Round Tent,
MAIN STREET, PLACEHVILLB.
TIIK Undersigned would
respectfully inform the
public that they can at all
mm-m-m « _- tlllMf» OblulfJ .’it ili* CStllll
isianeiii, the very best of driving teams and *n
hor*e*. at the lowest rale*.
t*r Horses boarded by (be day, ircele, or month,
on the must reasonable terms.
A. IL RKID.
Plncervllle, Bept. 2fl, IPtlrt. Jan.Vtf
A. A. VAN VOORIIIES,
VIIOLPJUL, I.D lICT.UL PKAI.ra IX ALL KIM>. I>V
SADDLES, HARNESS,
Bridles,Whips,Spurs. Leggina,.
ImMKV llrushe*, Comb*, Collars, .Sln-i£>
Horse Sheets and Blank-”
• els, etc.
Together with a large and complete assortment of
LEATHER, CALF-SKINS, SHOE
FINDINGS. SHOEMAKERS* KITS,
Leather Preservative, Ac., Ac., all of which Is offered
at Sacramento Prices.
New Iron Fire-Proof Block,
d!2l Main street, Flacervillo. (8m
I. 11. NASH,
bRALrn ix
STOVES, OP ALL KINDS,
HARDWARE,
Choice Cutlery, Etc.,
MAIN BTRKKT,
L NetrljT Opposite the Tinnire,
PL ACER VI LLP-
A general assortment of Tin, Cop|>er and Sheet
Iron Ware, Stove Pipe and Trimmings, always on
hand and made to order.
OT JOB WORK of all kinds, done at short notice
and warranted.
HYDRAULIC PIPES,
Hose, Lead Pine, Pumps, Mining Tools, etc., always
on hand, and for sale low for cash. dl2-8m
W. L. MARPLE aTco.T
HOUSE. SIGH AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTERS,
« OUalen and Fapar-Hangera.
CARRIAQKB, It.nnfr.,Kl*fi.TpnnipArrnrlri,Re
f alia., Ike., Painted at prices to anit the tinea.
WINDOW* «LASS.
Juat Received and for dale, CHEAP POR CASH,
10,000 Feet of Window «Ina»,
All elaea, from Salo to 10x40. Alan, PUTTY, and all
kloda nf
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
Smalta, Turpentine, Uruahea, (Jilt Moulding, Gold
Leaf. Bronae, an.
|3P~Oriler. from the country, for work or ma
terial, promptly attended to:
W. L. M ARPIE t CO.,
dees Mala at., near Stony Point, Plncervllle.
M STEINBERG,
PAWN BEOKEE,
MAIN STREET,
Flaeerville.
Next door to Arvideeon’e Jewelry Store.
MONEY~LOANED.
tfeM lyl
(Tlotiling, Dru (Kooùs, lite.
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLIES.
AIROH HAHN.
I>K At.SR IN
CLOTHING, HOOTS, SHOES,
Gents’ furnishing Goods, be.,
MAIN STREET, NEXT TO OBKYIIOI'XD BAI.OOX.
HAS ju,i n-rrited thr larpi-1 nml I»*'.l l i ' , 'i‘clrcl
stiak»r n.nrnisii ani» mixisiiixu
,t,r l.r..«i»lit 1» tliii Mnrkft, ci'li.l.tin,
of the follow iiik artici,-» :
COATS,
VA NTS,
VESTS,
BOOTS,
SHOES.
OAITERH.
BLANKETS.
HATS.
CAPS.
TRUNKS.
Amt a u.-nml atinrlnirnl of
Gentlemen’» Furnishing Goods,
ANo, all kin.U of Clothing nml I'ttrmailing (tnoiln
.«oilal.le for WASH OK Til AVKI.KKS—niI of w tiich
will be sold at the lowe.t price..
COLT'S PISTOLS,
Of all constant!;. on bond.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
PAID run
County Warrants and Gold Dust !
N. B.—New Oooiln received every Week. JÒ
WOLF BROTHERS,
PL ACER VILLE, I SONORA ,Tiinlumnc ri».
Imi» Kiotil Star*’, I Corner Washington ami
South J*ide of Main 81. | Hospital sis.
Quick Salon nml Small Profit*,
IS OUK MOTTO.
WK.thc und»-rslg»n*d, lirglravo In call the st
• pillion of the Iml leu am) gi*ntli*im*ii of *** t
cervllle ami vieiniiy nml (he pulslic in general, tu tlie
IMMKNBK STOCK OP
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Of the latent style», importeli by ns ilireet from N« w
York and which we can therefore sell hI tin* «.tine
I trippa which other trailers are furceil to pay in Baii
•VìIIIPÌSPO.
Our i»««i»rtenint of Knney, Staple nml Domestic
Dry t»»» il«, Gents* Kurnl*hinf tinnii» nf every «I l *
*»'riplioti, nml all i%iml* of limin’-Furnishing IJnoil's,
is too fXlensivc to eiiuniernle. We respivlfiilly in
vite tin* public to eall und «tuck hrfore
piinbnidinr elsewhere. We will give satisfurlion to
ell by Killing better good* ami Cheaper than the
Chen pest.
WOLF BROTHERS,
dlff-ftm IMacerviilc nml Boin»ra.
1
L. ELKIS,
Main Street, Plncervillc,
1
Ha* now in store, nml is reeelvir g by every Steamer,
Hie (lnei«l ami latest styles of
CLOTHING,
Consisting, in pari, of
Custom-made fllnek Froek fouls;
f nsioiii-inatie Itlaek nml llrown Business Conta ;
Silk, Cloth nml Velvet Vestii;
Hlaek, Hl ie nml Fancy Cns«lniere Pauls :
Ibiftts, Slim ». Hals, Cups—the latest fash ns;
Culifornla-innile lllankets, the best in t e Market.
A large ns«ortimnt of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEREB, VESTINGS,
Wbieli will be umile in fne Infest style, anil guaran
teed to 111. Also, n large assortment of
• Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
The best India Tanned lìlnve» nml India Ruhh.-r
Coiitn— lo which I Invite the Attention of the Public.
Hu* above goods will be sold cheap for ead..
L. KI.KUB, Main street, Plneerville,
dll 5m opposite the I’.ny House.
QIIINCV HALL!
CLOTHING E5l POR 11’ 91
• * «’ A I. I KO K X I A !
147. 149 and 151 Washington Utrect,
oS7I
CAN riIANCISCU.
["m
1
A CARD FOR THE
"Winter Clothing
TRADE OK SAX FRANCISCO.
BADGER ALI \UEATIERGER
Non. Inland 1«T» Ilnttery street, Pan Francisco,
IMPORTERS AND WIIOLKBALK DKAL K K ?
ENTIBE NEW AND FRESH STOCK.
i TT|TB would call the attention of Corxrav Mia
[ f f <ii sxts to our nninuially large stock of Goods.
: Our slock comprises every article in the
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
Line. We have constantly on hau l the largest stork
and rrealcit variety of CABBIMKKK AND Wool.
HATH nf any house in £an Francisco, ami our
price* for these goods are less than those of any
other bouse, an we receive them direct from the
Manufacturers, on CONSIGNMENT. Our stuck of
WINTER GOODS
I» particularly attractive, and the great feature to the
COUNTRY M KUCHA NT is the unusually low price
less than the cost of importation. We ul-o keep the
STAPLE AKTICI.KS in the DRY HOODS Hue, which
goods we have purchased in this market, under the
HAMMKK, and arc offering them ut NKW YORK
COST. ANI) LKSS.
We publish this CARD in order that we may make
new Nc«|uaiiitaiiees, and Induce those who have not
heretofore purchased of us tu call and inspect our
stock.
GOOD article» and LOW’ prices are the great In
ducement* to all who purchase to sell again. Mt-r
-chanta who buy of us can make a good profit, and
sell to tliclr customers at a low figure. We remain,
re*|»evlfully, your obedient servants,
BADGER A LINDKNBRRGRR,
Wholesale Ch thing and Hat Warehouse,
Nos. Imi and luTi Battery st.,
jan.VOni San Francisco.
GEO. L. STORY & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Faints, Oils, Window Glass,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
HAVE ItEMOVED FROM
105 CLAY STREET
TO
IOG BATTERY STREET,
Corner of Merchant,
auSX-Bin-lnw 8a» Fnincincii.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS! ! !
BARRETT & SHERWOOD,
No. 135 Montgomery at., San Francisco.
Ark now opening a fupkrr stock of
Gcods, suitable for HOLIDAY GITO,
Washoe Silver Ware!
CONSISTING OP
Liquor Stands,
Fruit Baskets,
Toilet Cases.
Egg stands.
Cake Baskets, Tea Sets, Ice Pitchers, Kgg Coddlers,
Toast Racks, Trays, Candlesticks, Urns, Side Dishes
and Kettles with heating apparatus, Chamlelahras,
Communion Services, Soup and Oyster Tureens, Disk
Covers, Children 'a Seta— of Knife fork and Spoon.
Tea Beta.
Fitohors,
Cups, Forks.
Napkin Bings,
Fpuona, Goblets, Fait Capa, Card Cases ; Fish, Fruit,
Pie. Cake and Rutter Knives ; Soup Ladles, Desert
Kiiivca with pearl or solid handles, Bouquet Holders;
Sugar, Preserve and Ice Cream Ppoons: Match
Boxes, Hot Cake Fhovels, Tea Strainers Any article
not on hand, will be made to order In a few days’
notice.
ALSO
Ladies’ Watches, set with Diamonds;
Ladies* Watohes, enameled, engraved or plain
cast**;
Gentlemen's Watches, by all the celebrated
makers.
ALSO
Chains, to match (he above, including Chatelaine,
Vest, Fob and Guard Chains.
ALSO
Diamond Work, in
Brooches and Barrings,
Pins and Studs,
Crosses, Bracelets,
Rings, etc.
11l be aold at
All of which i
THE MOST REASONABLE FRIGES!
lIABRKTT & SII £&WOOD.
|F Mark lite number—
No. 135 Montgomery street, I
Between Clay and Commercial,
deci «-Gai (fan Fiancuto.
JTruit £rrrs, Srrts, Etc.
ft
SMITH’** GARDEN
BACRAM ENTO.
SEED WAREHOUSE,
No. 40 «I Ml reft, bflwrrn «I and 3<l.
Now ready to he mulled to Applicant»,
Oar Frail Tree* and Sred Catalogati,
i 8 follow*:
TREKS*—No. 1 - (Si'iiiTul Catalogue of Fruit and Or-
UNmental Tree».
Xu. -'.—Catalogue **f Foreign drape Vine*.
No. il. — (interni l*rlee Culalogmr of (•«•rdci* Seni*,
j No. 4 W lndettale l*ricc Catalogue of liurdcii and
Field (*tfed«, /hr u*f of Ih * «/eri.
I F<>r particular», nini more minuto Information,
! pU-i*»i- nddrei»» m* above, and we will promptly for*
I ward any or all of the above Catalogne», which will
! give our customer» all the Information they may re*
' «lulre, upon each of the «object* treated upon.
—w k orv k u
iino.ooo choicest foreign
IfTO- RAPE VINESrj!
Tho larre«t and l>r*i selected slock of IVisk and Tt*
nut IlNtri* In the Htate.
We are prepared |«* «-1I the al*ove In large or
small «iiiuntities, ot {irnith/ rr<hfr*i jtrinm from
I previous years, and lower than the same kinds are
sold |a*r Faste rn eatalogm ». ,
j Write to us In-fore purchasing elsewhere.
150,000 California Grape Vines !
AXI» OIK 6KXUUL NI'RSKRV SON! or
1 FRI’IT,
ORNAMENTAI- TREKS,
MiltlHS,
HOSES, nini
till E K NIIOI S K PL A NTS,
Is miiifiinlly large and tine.
I We invite special attention to our la rub and \akiki>
■ stuck of HOME-GROWN
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS.
All of which we guarantee In he of 01’II OWN
I dIfOWINd, and, hcli.g th»* crop of the present jea
j son, are all tv abrasivi* to he
FRESH AND GENUINE.
Planters mid dealers in Seed*, after reading our
Catalogues, will find they can purchase a more rcli*
' able article in this line, at
Lesa Pl iers I linn any other House on
I Ilia C'orml I
r *r Orders respectfully solicited.
Furo California White and Bed Wine*
Fur sale by the gallon or ease, conti* ining nothing
Lui lite pure juice of the («rapi-.
a p .«Mini k ro.
Ford Warehouse, N»» 4-» J
• Paerainento, Dec. 1, I'd*. dl ihu
CATAWBA GRAPE.
1 m nnn choirs Ornpc Roots,"f the Cn
*P,t MM f tnwbn Orane, and «mw» rut
tings. AUo, Delawares, the bi>l table lì rape
known.
CURRANT ROOTS.
2.000 White Grape Currant ;
2.000 White Dutch <lo. ;
1.000 Victoria Red do.
I The alane are first cl*»* varie!»•••—« arm* ted
, Tin I To I Alin., and for sale ut rea»otiah|o prices
by the undersigned, at San Jose, All orders
promptly attended to. JAM là?» UHOiII.S.
liefer lu— \. !.. Itllohls,
F tlATt.s.
* San Jose, January s?fl, |St»|, jatr.*<* Ini
FOR SALE :
fk/kik cuttings CataH t»a dr.ipr» ;
♦f 1 Fai rUU Mi.miO cuttings I -ala 111 «h*.
fili.inni cuttings White (>r.ipc tutting*; I*.» dif
fereiit mrietiee,) iui|mrted from the lander» of the
Iliier Pinne.
Cuttings all to be THU KK l'Klà 1* lung of all the
alane larietics.
ONE and TWO year* IJOQT PLANTS *|»o f..r
naie at a moderalejprice, hv
M \UTIN A I. Mini I ,
lai Riti (‘«doma Vine (lardiii.
13oohs, Statlonrru, Etc.
r, m
«COIIUE 11. BELL,
l.*sl Montgomery ft., corner Merchant
SIN* FltAXrlMT*,
IM P O It TK It AND DF A L K II I N
i Stationery, of Every Description.
I largai. Pap, Writing, letter and Note Paper and
I Envelopes, in gr»at variety; tiuld Pen*,
•*f the l*v»t manufacture ;
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS.
Of the best materials and workmanship; Printer»*
ItlnnkCards. l.nw Hook», hut H unk». Note». Draft»,
Itili» ««f larding, Shipping Ucc« ipl.«. Or«l**r lh*uk»,an*l
a large assortme'it of Cusluiii-llotise lòlatik» ;
SCHOOL BOOKS,
\ compiei •* ii«*.tmen! al wa y » i>n hatul. Ordì r> from
Teaclur» will receive prompt »!«• i.tmi».
Atlantic Papers and M.ipraxincx.
‘ and AV.h THE NEW |lOt»K'*. P .l..cr ; pv..n» re.
I I*. Vi .1 f.»r Mig I/, i•V Ni Wspap* r« n I r |V||...|-
:eal». al Pubi *!■• r.»’ pra*e». A circuì , r will.,- m-i.i
to any per* •:» -n r«-«i'i g’vrjig an i ml d list
; PerliMhc. !« ..n«l Ila- prie» * alilo. Aid. The fidli«:ng
arc uuoil.g the in *t p pu!ar :
Ti 11.:.. n u vxxrv.
Harper’s M- i M.lv f.
tiudev*» l.ndv’s lim.l , x oo
I Leslie*» Magàri I-- ;i
: Peterson*» M.iga/. ne.. . . gnu
It (Hun’s Magar. it 1 .%v
I Hall's Journal •*f 111 alili | .*»•
1 Atlantic Monthly un
Eclectic Magazine f, mi
Knickerbocker Magazine ;; imi
All Hie Year Ihunul (Itidu-tal Him
Once a Week 4 ini
Cumlilll Magazine (Thackeray'»* ,*i im
(Hack wood :t«n
I The four Reviews ami I'.lackwootl Ig i n
j The Chess Monthly..... .’Sim,
l.c linn Tnti of Ka-hiiui .Aim
j The World **f Fashion . .Ann
j The Horticulturist, plain 2 ini
, The HnrDeulturist.eulur«d 2 in
Tin* Hardener*» Monthly 1 ,Au
' Tin Country («cnlleman 2 in*
Harper’s Weekly •» no
heslie»’lllustrated Paper Ain*
■ Illustrated London N« w» p»mi
Illustrated News of the World 12 ini
j Hell’s Life in l2 ini
| New York Hlus'ratid News ,1 ini
1 New York Weekly la-dger.. 2 in*
j Wilkes***p'rit of the Times .list
• Danner of Eight 2 ini
1 Waverley Magazine 3 ini
I New York Mercury 2 ,ai
New York Weekly Clipper 2 .An
( Sdentine American . .... 2 ini
i The Century .An
I 1 Yankee Notion» | ;»i
Nlck-Nsx 1 .An
Vanity Fair (Weekly) 2.An
' N. V. Herald, Tribune or Times, for Ciftlifurnia.. 3no
ii I7*3ni
NEW BOOK STORE,
C I T T BLOCK,
Main street, Piacervi le.
THOS. C. NUGENT,
WIIOI.EB.U.K AND II ETA It. DKAI.KR IX
BOOKS. STATIONERY, TOYS, ETC.
Just received, a .(dvlidld Kforltnenl of
Standard and Miscellaneous Books;
Gift Books, Annuals and Albums ;
Sohool Books— a Renerai assortment;
Stationery—s law lot. consisting of Le
ss! Cap,Poolscnp, Bill, Letter and Note
Paper; Blank Books, sllkind.and•lu.liile.;
Metallo Memorandums and Pass Books :
Diaries for 1861;
Inks and Writing Fluids and Mucilage;
Gold and Kletalic Pens, a»plen«lid variety;
English and American Slates :
Wostenholm’s and Alexander’s Knives;
Roman, French and Italian Btrings;
Guitars, Violins and Accordeons ;
PINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
All of wbicli will ku sold at reasonable rales.
PEPOJITOIIV OF TnK
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY.
Plscerville, Pec. H, ls6d. d'-Stn
PLAZA BOOK STOKE,
1* I. A C K II V I L L E ,
lias just received s splendid assortment of
Standard and Miscellaneous Works,
STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS,
r.irr books, aiju mh, rrrLKnr,
toys, ooi.d risa, VIOLINS,
GITTARB, ACCOftIiLOXS, Ml'SiC HOOKS,
HOMAN STKI NOS, KtV n KTC.,
Selected rxprc»sly for the Country Trade, and selling
at greatly reduced rates. Also,
AGENTS
For Sacramento t’oion, Alta California, Hulletin,
Mirror, etc.
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
Kept constantly ou hand, and sold unusually low.
d»*tf HERNANDEZ à ANDERSON.
AMERICAN SCHOOL INSTITI
THK OBJKCT of this Institute is to furnish c<
tent and well qualified Tesehers for School
Families, sod Teachers with desirable sltualloui
Also, School Merchandise.
The most modern styles of URBKB and CUAII
School Rooms, at the lowest prices.
Among the many articles now lor sale are tin
AMANTINK SLATES, SLATE (iLORES. PUH
PHICAL CHARTS and NEW OUTLINE MAPS
School property bought and sold on comrolss
Circulars of all the Private Schools kept on h
Parents seeking lor Schools are invited to cal
aclect.
The EocrsTioxiL Hvsu.n, Issued monthly,
preisly for Teachers, can he had at this offlee.
HOLT, Agent, 78 Montgomery acreet
dl l >‘ n corner of Pine, Bau Francis
BATHS I BATHS! BATH!
HOT, GOLD AND SHOWER BAT:
AT rna
Oasis Bathing and Shaving Salmi
AND DEPOT FOR VANTINR*B
KrCompound VegeUblo Hair Tonio
For ttestorinf, Preserving and Beautifyiag
THE HUMAN HAIR.
Next door la lbs Oasis Saloon, Main at.. Placer
•11*3“* •- VANTINE, Proprie!
Drugs, iHcDtrmrs, Etc.
MINERS* DRUG STORE !
PETTIT & CHOATE,
«IKiM.ai AKl> SKTAIL
DIVtJOOISTS,
Iron-front Fire-proof Building, Main at..
Have perfected Unir arrangement, for trammeling
a (ìrnrnl WIIOLI BAI.K ll wrll ns a RETAIL
Ilusinrsi, And have no» In More a Urge
nmi well selected stock of
Drußtt, Uedicines.Chemioala, Perf'mory,
Fancy Artici»*, Faint*, Oil*, Window
Ola,*, Garden Seed* (growth of I-fin),
Puro Liquors, (for Medicinal
Purposes,) Alcohol, Csmphono, Acids,
Quicksilver,
And n compirle assortment of nil Good* ever found
in will supplied Drug Houses, which they will
sell, in large or simili (|U*ntilirs, at
THE LOWEST FBICESI
PETTIT & CHOATE
AUK TIIK
AGENTS
(For PUcrrvllle and Neruda Territory,)
FOR AM. TIIK (.RADINO
PATENT MEDICINES!
Of the day, and hnve Just received a full supply uf
all kinds, whit li they offer at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
At a small advance on Fan Frftfi'Nrn prices. Of the
in w arti< l' !» for which they hav« Ik-cli appoinitd
Agent*, arc
Be«\dl*s Saroparlla and f*t llingia,
Habersham'* ll* adscl •• FM\ir,
K ,wh-r'« Uh-'irin.tiwMi Medicine,
Wood’* Hair Restorative,
Hall '* lt;«l«M vii for the l.nng*.
Raker's Pain Panacea, and
Kli.xlr l’all*.iya Hark.
Of the old STAN HARD FAMILY RKM KOI KB, they
hsvt the Agency for
liiiy»(itt'« Yellow Ik« k and B.tr»aparills,
Wisiar's Ral'am of Wild Cherry,
Jayne's Medicines,
Hull's Farsa par ilia,
Ayer»' Cherry Pectoral,
liraefenlH rir Medicines,
U»gm>d*« CTiol iffogne.
Town»* nil's * arsa parlila,
Havin’ Pain Killer,
And one hundred kinds nf Pills, Plaster*. Ointments
and l.iniments—all ree» lwt| dlrrel from the Proprie
tors. Kvery linkage sold at the Miners* Drug Fiore
warranted
Pure, Fresh and Genuine.
i •
PAINTS! TURPENTINE!
VARNISH, OII,S,
i WINDOW Ci L. A SS ,
PURE ATLANTIC LEAD.
Zinc While, l.in»eed OH, Paint finishes. Ground
Mini Mix. d Paint». Clue, Putty, fluid la-ai. lironse,
tic. All sold at the lowest prices, for cash, at the
MINERS’ Dltl'li STOKE.
WINDOW GLASS.
A Vt ry large supply of all sites, lor sale unusually
cheap,at the
Ml NEKS’ nitl'O STOKE. O
Country Dealers and Physicians
Will And our «lock complete, and our wholesale prices
hut little above thosa of Orti dais Fan Francisco
Houses.
To Insure the lowest WHOLKPALR PKI CK 8. all
ORDKIU* »huuld be accompanied with i'AHI, and tie
addressed
PETTIT i CHOATE,
Miner*’ I>rug Store, Placerrllle.
FOR THE TOILET.
Our auortmenl nf French, Engllrii and American
Perfumery, Fancy Articles,
soaps. Cosmetics, Hair Dyes and Oils Is the most var
ied and extensive ever u|*nvd in Piare rv il le, and
will lie sold by the doien or single package, at the
most reduced prices.
PETTIT &. CHOATE.
PRESCRIPTIONS !
Our DISPKXnsn DEPARTMENT will .HR re
ceive our closest attention, ami our eu.tnmer. may
>afvlj rely upon having their WtMCUIPTIOXI)
Keatly and Accurately tispMilH,
OF PURE AND BKLKCT MEDICINES. .
MV have a full assortment of all the new Remedies
and Chemicals lately Introduced In the practice of
Medicine. In this Deparum-nl our charges will be
very moderate.
PETTIT & CHOATE.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
Ca.lor Oil, Machine Oil, Lard Oll.ftpermOll, Xrate
fool Oil, Tannerà- Oil, Polar Oil, China Nul Oil, Olive
Oil, clc.
For sale remarkably low by
PETTIT Sc CHOATE.
ACIDS, ETC.
Nitrir, Aerile, Palpitarle and Marinile Acida, Teitlog
TabM,CraelNe., Polari,, «alphar, Koala, A.iuonla,
Saltpetre, Quick,liver. Tarlarle Acid, dirlo Add,
Campitene Lampe, Wick, and Chlmneya.
Tor aale »ery cheap at the
MIXERS’ DRUG STORE.
REMEMBER the DIRDCnON :
PETTIT ft CHOATE,
Hew Iron Front Fireproof Building,
■ll Main Street, PUoerrliU. ly
popular patent iHcHicinrs.
MOFFAT’S LIFE FILLS
AIM»
PHCEN I X BITTERS!
fpiIRPK Medicine* have now been before the p»»»»-
X lie for* «f thirty year*, «mi during that
time have iniilntMim •! « Ititfh clmracb r In Mlm«»*t
ever/ part of Hie gM»e, for their extraordinary mi l
immrdmtc power of reform/ |«erfcct health to |*er-
MM suffering und«r near'/ every kind of disease i«
which the h unni ii frame I* liable.
The fallowing are fonie of the ill*tre."*lng variety
of liunittn disease* In which tlie
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are known to he Infallible.
Disnnii, by thoroughly cleansing the firn! mid
MTond stomdHi*. and creating « flow of pun* healthy
In le , instead of the flair acrid kind, flatulency, h'tf
of Ap|«etlle, Heartburn, Headache, Kfrtleoim»,
111-temper, Anxiety, languor and Melancholy, which
are the general symptom* of l>ysp*'|Nda, will vanish,
a« a natural const queuce of It* cure.
CWtivkxrks. by cleansing the whole length of the
intentine* with a solvent prore»-, and without vio
lence i all violent purge* leave the bowel* co?live
within two day*.
FKVkas, of all kind*, by restoring the blood to a
i regular circulation through the prore** of prespira-
I tlon in *uch cases, and the thorough solution of all
! intestinal obstruction in other*.
i The Ufa Medicine» have been known to cure Knee'•
j ■ wish penuanenlly in three week*, and Hurt In
I half that time hy removing local inllamation from the
1 u>u«cle* and ligament* of the joint*.
Omopmim, of all kind*, by freeing and strengthening
the kidney* and bladder; they operate wM delight
fully on Iheie in>|»ortniit organ*.ami hence have ever
been found a certain remedy for the worst case* of
(«ratei.
Alsu UTnawa, by dl*lo«lgfng from the turning* of the
boari* the allmy matter to which these creature*
adhere.
Sravr, IVun and Isvmtaarit Son*». hy the per
fect purity which these Life Medicine* give to Hie
blood, ami all the humor*.
N ■••ninne Kiiittionj*, and had complexion*, hy
their alterative effect* u|miii the fluid* that feed the
• kin, and the morbid state of which «icea*lona ufi
empi l ve roioplHint*. sallow, cloudy, and other di»a
gre«*able cotnplelhma.
The use of these PHI* fora very short time, will
effect an entire cure of Kill llhcniu. and a striking
improvement In the clearness of the skin. Common
| Cold* «nd Inlhienia will always be cured hy one dose,
I or hv two in the w«*r*t cases.
Pile*. —Ti e origliai proprietor of th se nudi
elm *, wa*cured of l*»U «««f thirty-live year* standing,
hy the nae of the Life Medicine» sl»tic.
fm:i, imi Aure —Por tin* *c«»urg<* of the Mestern
country. Ih» *e >1» dn »»»*■• * ill f«*im*l a safe. *l*«*-d>
ami certa'u remedy. Other nie«|ii*ine* !••«%•• Ih«-
system subject ló m return of pie «li*ea*e. A•* in hy
tin**»* ine.lmnes I» pirinamnt. Try thcni.h* satisfied
and Ik- cnr« «I.
Itn.n** hun* im* I.i\ia Court.tixrs #•••». eral
Debility. fais«ol A,'petit. .Miei I» —•«,%» * : .f |>ti.ah *
the Medh'llles ha Ve •*•■• It n*. d W ith the |n. «I 1., i • li
dal result" in c*«s of this desci .pi ••»;. bug- • >:I
and Pcrnfuln t'i its wor-l farm*. yield h* Ho- nuld,
vi t |i«m r fu! mi ion of Hie*,, refnai kalde M dome"
Night Sweats. Nervous »• lit %. Nervi ns t • •»• pl.m f*
of ail kinds. Palpitation of tin* It* ail and Painter's
(’••I e. nr»- «peedilv «*ur«d
Miri • 111 % I Ihsl I*l P-» «Oils whose Cl list if I|* - Vis
have In eolio impair* d•v I 1 • toj<nl>« *i* Ii ' Mel
riiri. a ll (Ind (!•• *' Med» iio-s a|h t f > t;f nire. «• t «V
nV» r fail !••« rad it. from the *y*t m all tin- «'•■ •*
of the M> r. i.rv. inli'i t. It soon* r than thenn-st |m«w
«rful pi • pal at ions «f Bar«:ip if-ILi.
IV II MOPKVT.
Ihoadwav. V • l ork.
C P MORKII 1., on IV PI »I. i’ll Ti le.
jan.Vly Ag nl for Pi I» «rado t uii’y .
HANFORD'S
LIVER IN VIGOR ATOR‘
NK\ Ml I»I lill ll vTi >.
IT I* enfopoumbd **Mir«Vv from li n * atei La"
I Itecoim* an establish e.J f t. J»;.,» •;»r. | M.-dl- ■
known ami appro* «si by | |iy*p« p-.a. C* r >t.:• I*,
all that have used I*, «to! nrrl"i* i, Mirrino r C- ' ,
IS 11. . w r« sorted »•• with ” plaints |»\ *. ir. ( y. S.r
ronfi deuce in alt the d IS. h. Ml •|.*y j lab l
ease* for Will. Ii If I* ■«r < nV I *t v. n> •*. CÌ .l.e,
conn.leiidtd {tt* Cu-.hr». C1...W ra M**r
It hi* rured th..ii«aml« r, hi*. fli.-T-ra t'lfaii'nni.
williln the lasi twoyears I'latuh to e. J a uj>d i c«,
who had given up all F« maJeWi akr-ess. •. and
;io|M*S of relief, as the •- i.inV he ll*« d suer-s'llllv
M vum.l s t \S||| II MM. £ as rd null ¥ VMILY
certifleates In my p..». MP|ifi INK liwdietire
*e«snm show ** .*n s 111 tnti ni fisthou
The th>s. must he ad- sands « 111 testily I. lit
apled !•• the fetn|«.ra- O t«r.»,*T liiiin.tes. if (a.,
meni of the Imi vidimi q or three lea*j*M.n*fiill
1 taking it, and us. d in an- taken .at il»«* r«*tu
| such •piantitles as to ad Ul« 111 nt of the at
j gently on the how. Is. > talk All w to. Use it an
l«el the dietnl» sof your j giving tl r testimony
Judgment guide v.-i'ln ini’s f.v. r.
the use of the LIW.IK O \|i» «atrr in th«-
IN \ |i,i i|; \Ti• Is. and if JJ eu.t.ii, w;l!i thr 1 1. s g..f.
will Cl HP Liver Com- • at««r. ami swallow both
plaint, llilious Attacks, - dog. tlo-r
Price, One Dollar por Kettle.
AlJ* I,
SANFORD’S FAMILY
CATHARTIC PILLS,
Compound. .I f r . t.i PI f{p \ MIPTAHI.P . \ir». t•
and put up ni td.A.".* CA.-f>. atr rtghr, and
• p in any lineate.
will k.
•9
>
s
The FAMILY CAT If-
AHTIC I*ll.l. i. a ger*
hut active CADI AHI IC.
whit h Ho- pr« pro tor !>«.
iise»| in hr* pm-tier f«-i
more then tw. nty vears
Thr eonstanilv mr r* -»
sing ii.maud hi in th*.-*
wb»« have long use.| thr
Pill*, and the sit «fac
tion Whl« h *ll « Vpiess In
regard to their us«*. i .»*
induced ito- In pia- »
I hem within the reach «*f if n*rt
all. •£ long
« t .l.te I «tracts, whi. h
i f Htl v on « v rv | .*rl
i th* e*!l'ltr-nfMry <*n na 1.
and are „t d *<n.
nil i**. «ahere a C*a-
P «barile rs i,«»-.b-,|. t,
a« Ih rm geuit (its ila
Mo i ael, , SI. * P lir-s.
I* litis I;I Hie |'.<|. k .T.d
O le. ill*. C. .Ml ires". IV.II,
P* Mild r'ofeness uv.-r the
*9 whole |b>dy IriM'i •i|.|d* II
S cold, wi t. h fn (pieidly,
•I. end in a
of Fryer,
The Profession well !*••« of Ap|M-tile, C>e«--p
-know that different «*a- sj lug I*-u«aitoii of C«dd
thirties «cl on different «.v«r the 1.-.dy, K, *th
portioii" of the bow.la
The PA Mil./ CATH
ARTIC PILL has, » .th
due r> f« rencr to this w « II
established fact, hern
«’«impounded from ava*
rlely of Ihr purest A eg.
n«**s lleada. he ..r w. igld
In the li. a l. all folia. .
nulorv lns.-a.srs. Wun.i*
in ehildr. ii or adults,
IlheiiuiatUin, a lIPI \T
PC K I FI i ll OF Till
lII.Of »n.
And many Diseases to which flesh l« heir. l«o
numerous to mention In tht* advertisement.
Dose—One lo Three.
Price, Three Dime*.
Tt.. i.ivrn invi.;. hi.Ton a)l .i kamm.v ca
Til AHI 1C PILO are ret.-tih d hy tirnggisi* g.-iirratly,
and so wholesale by the Trade to all the large
Town*. I«. T. AV. P.AMoUO, M. I» ,
klauufacturer and Proprietor,
Hroailway. N» w York.
SSdd by the Drugfiala everywhere, and hr
PA UK A WIHTK,
Fob- Agents for Hu- Paeifl.- Coast,
dPi llm Idi AVaaliiuglon st.,6au Fraueitcn.
CHILDREN TEETHING.
MRS. WINSLOW,
4 N rxp.ri.nrH Nurw »nrt f.m.lr I’hnlclni
/Il kii» In Ihr Btt.ii.ion of Mulhrr. hrr
SOOTHING BYRU
ron rnn.nKKX tektiiixh ,
Which greatly f.icilit.ite* the process of (relhl
*«>flrning the gums, reducing all inflamniatiwn
alia/ at.i. pais and spastucHlic action, and is
Sure to Regulate the Bowels.
Depend upon It,mother*. It will give rest toy.uirt
And Belief and Sealth to your Inf
We have put up and wold this article for ov
year», and can mv. im rrtvff-ffurr «»*««/ imtK
whr ; w« have never lieen able to any of atiy
medicine —»vrr hikit fau.m». m * mm.i i ink
ito iirm a CI'KK, when timely use«|. Never «
i know an Instance of di**atisfaetiun by any on
j UM'd It. On the contrary, all are d« lighted w
i o|»eratlon*. n*u l s|»eak in term* of highest comm
tion of its magical effe«-ls and medical virtues
I We speak in this matter WHAT AVK DO K
! after ten years’ e«|M>rience. ou>f our
1 ftttioH /or t'irfui fill rurnt n tmt trt here tie
1 In alinoli every instance where the infant Is
ing from pain and exhaustion, relief will tie
In fifteen or twenty minute* after the syrup
ministered.
This valuable preparation Is th«* prescript
oneof the laost-JCXPKUIKNCFDand Mv ILICI,
Sl2* in New Ynglnud, and has been Used, with i
failing *nrre**, in
THOUSANDS OP CASES.
, It not only relieve* the child from pain, hut
orates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidi» 1
• gives tone and energy to the whole system. ]
relieve almost Instantly
Griping in the Bowels end Wind C<
And «ivercome convulsion*, which. If not speedib
edled, end In death. Wo believe it the best and J 3
UrmKurin the Wnftiji, In all mi-ea of DVBKV
and DIARRIKKA tx CIIILDHI N, whether it i
from teething or from other cause. We would ;
every mother who haa a child suffering from *
the fnrrvnln* enmnlalo»* hO ViCT I it v/ii-i.
Ih. r.rexolnx coniiilxlul., DO Nor I.BT VOI'
JCDiets, NOII TilK PKEJL-lUCISI OF O'
Ilind li.lw.vn Tour .uff.rinii chll.l nml
Orni will be fURK—y.., AUSOU'TKI.V
. ; r ’i niwoi,» « Mil
billow Hie u«e of this nimlicine, If timely u?’«
directions will accompany each holtfe. None i
unleaa the fac-simlle of CURTIS A PKHKI.N
York, I* on the outside wrapper.
««M >-» Drufpl.l. Ihrougliout th. Worhl.
( ”' K,CR - CKDAR !<T., NKW
PRitC, VMl'ìtli C nifi PEH ROTI
, , PARK A WHITE
, i ... ,ole A**" l * '«r lh. Pnvlflc Cm
ros-ly IR* « Mhington .trevi, Fan Fr.uci.co
SANDS’ SARSAPARILLA!
NATDHE’B TETTE KEBTOKAT
rex nxw, uran akd n'xxnT
Tenie end Altere» lre ewer Prep
JT.Uj-rcemm.nil.d hy Ih. l.xdlng Melici
.1- *11”? ,IM| J* h, * hl / «PProxH by ell who fix
11. Delict. Ladle, And It • perfect rettorati
poxon, who led , MdvDtary Ilf. will And th
»«» end general ayatem Mrtnglh.ii.il and <m
by lu um. the gnat object of thla MHI.Ine
VlFeb—To purify lha ly.lem of all morbid
aod Impart to lha Mood aocb propertiea at I
It naw, pore and rich,
second—Th eUanto the atomach and bo
a*trld humors, acidity, anil all mucous matter
«SS ■»»/ urf ntUI diseases.
Third—To soften and relieve stricture of th
* I h *" ,o, r •“<* natural
the ** Ineenutble prrapiratton."
r s?“f*“~ To In»P«rt tone und atrength to th<
Tlfor >Dlf Vi ““ l
TlfUt-To eradicata all dlaeaaH, impure an
«wupertWet from the Mood, firah ,
—• *iewwu eaai i
whatever cause.
Futtou atraet, nomar of WlUlamJf.w Ymk
« ftsiasssMsi"'
JR evitai anti feurgirai.
DR. L. J. CZAPKAT’S
Medical and SurgicU Institute
Paeruntrnin iiml, hflnw Mai.lganu-rv. „
clflc Mull Pi.mi.i.lil). Co'» ODlcr. Sun Prandi f " ,v
MTAItI.tHIIKD IN l>A4. *'
For the Permanent Cure of Privato ...
Chronic Ditteattea. and the BuDDrr^ n<l
ion of Quackery. ppre »»-
Attendant rind Ib-sidmi l*hyhlHi,n. I. J r».-
M. !>.. l-iie in the Hungarian Kev.dutjoniarv u- 4T *
TMpf Physician to the 2m ti Regiment „f
Chief burgeon «.the Military Hospital of
garr, lata* l.eeturer on Disease* of VV,,i,ien «n.liV."!'
•Iren, anil Honorary Member of the PhiL.bii.*
College of Medicine. ""-Uefcfil*
t*T Particular attention pabi In tho treatment #
diseases peculiar to Women anil children. | n,or
- Orride llm as- Prom 9*. m. till *» r. *. CTT’ .
ration* strictly confidential. Perni ilo nl cure JJ n *
nnteed, or no pay. Consultations, by letter oroi| f *
erwise, Free.
I dd re as,
Atliln ... DB. Li. ,
é
DB. li. i CZAPKAT.
8»n fraudava, g„I.
Of nil .11**»»*», the (treat flr»f rana.
*prln,a fruiti 1» jtl.u t »f Nature*, law,.
Suffer not, when a Cure ie (tue.ranteivt
all Stases of Secret Dieeif.ee! ed ln
Srtf ,lf.M«. .Veerom DtlMlln, Siri, ln,,, ri. .
iintrr! IHnhrtr*. /Mwirm of th, Ki-h,',u, .!!“(
/Unihlrr. MnrurM /••*.«,l‘,iiJtlun
limi,, ulti/ ,lnf/ra, /ti„iim„ nf the A*ua. / ’*'
Thiiuil, liiuf Ay... .'iniftiltl, (Vwa imJu/u"'•
hn-lil nr . 1 <t ».*,■• /.ru/i.i/, AV.iV.i,/,, | f !
•'/■ IVfitC /til it.r, it nil all r,,'l"-
,i i/erinifffhifHl nfth e Strimi Organ,. J
OI CII ». NervouaTmutilln.i luta.of Memory. W
O of Power. tiptii r.il «Pi11i.,., IHailte.a „| vi „ , .
with |HTliMiir a|mla appoarl.., Ufi. re the i
*W>t. wakefulneaa, dya|*p.lu, liver iliap»„.. rru „. u ".
u|hiii tl.p fare. Imiti 111 the buck am) hpuil, tenui, i.
rr.ulurilU*», uti.l ull Improper illaplmrui ■ uf hull, L,
... Il matter» nut froniwlml rullar the
ItlHlPil. hr.WPVpr 1011, .lamlinfr tir uh. l in alp 11,. ,
recovery la prdaln, aml in n .bort.r uni. u.,,,,
inaurili rur. ran br rffn-lnl by nnr nllirrlrraltaii'-
rrn aflrr Ibr iliaruar baa tm lll.il Ihr .kin Ul rn,ir„.,,r
|.rjatr(»na anil rralal.il all* thrlr mrana „• 1,1
Tlir n.p.lb lnra |>n acrlbc.l arr |ilru.nnl, wi11,,,,,, .
rnilrriy rredablr, raualn, no airknrat.au.l f„V
(rum im ri ury or bata,,i„. Durine fiflrrn erari of
■■ruplirr.in Europe, the Aliai, Up Pt.itra unitfZiii,,
ni», I have reacted frum ibr jntr. of Bruilt .
and*. »•">• i» 'hr Inai alti.,-. ..f l|,p »U. V r ~'7
•'"brìi illaruat ..bail ha i'll (fit ill li|. 1.. ,|„. „ ; .
ab lutia, «1,1. Il «limi nta mr In (iruniiati.y
Un ii .1 «1. . may |ilapp tl.rm.ilv. ■ umlrr n.r .L. >
I" rb - 1 ami ■lipi.lv Purr I'rivulr ilUpu.f.' »r- ri .
«'"'•■a' ■ » In naibpy nr. (1.. rt r >t .
mill mai.y oil,, r illu-a...
unii .buiibi In- a trrrnr lu tbr biinuu, funuly a
MJllk lit I l.fl IS AlliffcAl ft. S iA- * 1 r
r ho lift only fail tt. l ine l!,.- p, ,
*.V*tei'i mif,
, • : ; •. -- fl p fres’nn i.t m.i ran.
Stri »|K*e.|tly, Hlol the \ irtiui iMsrrieS. (In ,| M .,,
•* « tit iiltd up.ii !I e « h‘Mr* n. wl.o are bum f,..
Me c r » ;l. itv .iol il .t i, ni „f lift. Mafriintnl |
. I. I..:rr.>« it.. If. n v rnful.i. t. tt. r. u l. « r
.1 p • n*. sud other htf. . 1.0j.s ~f fj.,. , %|>
tl r-.at and ! .1.;.'-, eijtiid.t.g u|m iti ii„ h | lflr f j u
* ll ‘ f ' ui * 1 “***• a,i ' l ‘ gning tfein tuai, . ; , r
grsi
.<• If ;.»••!•#' i« sro th. r form «laide I N'lnr ~f J,
f r tot itig «Uè .ri the dr. 'l l 'ni :i ', g n . „f - i|M|J|
1 *ej,s. • . Jill*»', ... de.lrm riv. » .| r; , „ U|l „ n
I. t.i. drnw .»•*.» »• lh«.ii*M fole ..f i i tinis. ?| r *.nj:‘. d f.
v* *»rs of •• f : iniT. dosti t.anut tl i»el> gruv
lem. mpi.iy**.!^ -W . IT ,
* * "» «'ttUM-s me • Is! »h rai.r*‘tnen« prr\.
tl.* pr- p»T th vel« pment ..f the •»•»< 0., •|i*#t*i.,| ft, «
mutr e.. «... V.e * - ~11 , : r f| - r }n|
I. *d V »
t.mrr’i'g'*.
lit Slid Ie j, Ve* the
m i d. pn I I to .
• » 1* ' • r* »-• •* ilreade.l »f. u di ,tl. it*. If
♦n*. «• f I, 1, hr. | ■••lft II I hnf.>r?l||,■ tr v'l.llllli
et f ... *••.* a pert
•If ■•ltd Sitlilhr ... . ... j.
* . i*y pat.. M «•.,n he ri s*. r« <1 to rotu«t, vig.^
Ire. ghlarlt'cs. si.d all di*. a«e« i.t ar „i
m .he, »,•*»• I . h prut* pi'** . «tal.l .h..| |.»
inrer.*|,rirf‘-rjip.» •ir- T?f.nf*| t.> fti.tll-St.d.
f»M*l re! ,«,Vm».U cures. Medi, hit's. With full ,«.
li. !.. «••»». «i.y part of ffr.nlr.flrtffon.sMl \\
i.y? • Tit *.tM, l.y pat iritis .'oniitinitU «liitg t
• »i. pT • i.% l'lter Il*i*ìm-««« (»fre«(*tti,|. in-.
pr .. ».hde„' ,1 A.Mre.. 1., j VTkVKHW M
Metileni ln«M.|te. gi«er»mr|,to Sire.». laeh.tr \|
Cm.-. r v. • ta- Pa. f, M.i I M-aiiishlp Cuditat
< mce, I rji,. ihd.
Rcmftrk.ible Innfnnce of Medical ReiiH
« «a p iMie), the r**rlifh Nic«of thr* C of the *t|l
ft. rr** f: ■• . the pangs of d«e ( *r. «• ... J IJM fig r ..
«•••veri.! li<« former henlfl.. M n 1 fm,..|f*•? !•» pr.r
*i;d •. lii-tV*- knovtj Ihr'r e.,s« • and r* liie.hsi :n»e*,(
Mi d »1 * r •'«tements .nth nfl«< M ted by a N. tar
l , iil. , i*- Tie ihifands of *o*My fii«f*rrh.n*ly e«.tii
oi.s'. l 1 1.* ir petal city, ui.l •*■. itiuiiK nd tl,« tr inruM
t.» the «ft. iiM'iu of all affluir*! .
Thankfulness the Incentive to
* • HTIM* *TK,
Ttie nn*t« r*lgncd ir» n-u* of «rrpislrttingtftoar
n>-.i hr Uh'ort* • air »r ; . or!, to be- •indlarly '.Tartnl,
• ' • re a |ayrn.aii- i,t r*ii.-f «f their *'ifr*'rifig» ntay hr
oMainrd. feels tl hi* *|i|fy !.. tl.ns p.iMirlr .sj r. |.i«
"•'•I • n-.fe rrat.pjfr I . L'r.LJ. lu|.kar f»r ihr
p. rmai.i i.t rrr» ••*!.•* health, ftr.rr.»* i. wi. iy
• Ite «I »*f ♦■»«(». r atii,|i).,m. in céder I fn the' V h,r.4
pr <*.'tt**rs of niicotitr'dluMr f*a«*{o|, in y«>nfh; th p-ree.
••I in body «iu| mini. nn.iMc f., |m r fo rn ., v. n the
i m.t infiinr bit? imponi t|.r da'iy aviations
'' l J* • * •■ •'gl.t the a.lvi. rof m*nr ? !.r*i. mu*, «ho
at flr.t r.'irari» d my ii*« ««r of r i,.,n<, r t«, l ,e
—but. ala-? after a few w.-. V«. r,»..! it, m.
'■»’ **. moni).». o. r ih* ir treatment | f. m,.f 1., roc
U'int». r .M. horror, that ih.tr..| ~f rrhrf, the .yn.p
ton.* In .-«mr i,j.,fr nlarv i g in th. r torture /and,
l" :•* t' I*l ty•n*»!at my d a .i M -. he-mg pnti. 'p.llr
• •"•"'••lt*, thet.r* 11, m-di. li.ee v.tiil.l be .f 1.1 ;
fon*r«|i;ehcr, | despaired of rvrr r**g>!nii.ff n.r
*lr« f*fth and eii* ig_i and a* a la*l
and viri, hut a f« : nt hjn , . ailed upon I»r, Csapkar,
• ho. aft.-r a laminins n.v r. ( «c,pr. •. r :i. I !i. »...
lenir «huh almost iimUi.il/ frlirVrd me *.f Ihr dull
Mm and .li*tin. *s in my brsd. Knvonrag. «I ly tie's
I revived to place n.y»e|f imine.l.at. ly u. d- r
hi* care, anil by a «irirl oh, dteuer I*. «H lii* dlrcC
«••»,. and ad «ter. mr brad >,ccame rlrar. mr i.lrss
coll, * Ud. the constant pah. In mr bark and groin*.
i:.« «t ak ms*of my limb», the nrrrmis react ... n of my
• hole* Imo I v on the slightest alarm or e vilem.nl;
the misanthropy and erll forrho*!ing«; the aelf-di
tru*t and «ant of c«inAdeiice in others, the ineapahib
ity to study and van! of rcs*.hition ; thefrightfnl.r*-
citing, and at limes pleas irahle dreams at night,
followed by involuntary discharges, have all di*ap
p« arrd ; and in fscl. In two month* after haring c«»n*
sull* (I the Doctor, I frit as If II .pirvd hy a new life
that life which, but a short (me a go, I coalem*
plated to end by my own hand.
With a view to guani the unfortunate from fsll
ing into the soar* s of inconi|M*t« 1,1 quack*, I derm
•I my duly to offer this tratimonr to Ihr mrril and
«kill of I»r. Txapkay. ami rm»mnir,id him to all
who may stand in i*«*r.| ol n .dual advice, being
as/turrd by my own * i|*erirnce. that oner tinder
his cure, a radical end permanent core will he ef
f , ‘J''l* II F KII.I.MOCK
Htale of raliforrila. county of/«i, Franei*co
s* rihe.l and »w..rn to before me, this ITlh day of
April,*, p. KV
ti'igiKd) Jtms Miov'i.rros. ft. s.] N.darj Public.
Remarkable Cure of Conaumption.
The almost miraculous cure that has been effected
in my *•■•<. prompt* me t.. impart to Iho.r of my feb
J low erratur. « «h*. nmy suffering from like stille*
I Hon. th*- tonn e of relief, with a short dmrrlpll.-n of
i my case. Itevrral years ago, my health largai: to
I Nil. I was alUt k.il |»y general weakness and de
bility. which reduced mr in the mere shadow of my
former *elf. At (hat stage | «ought med'esl sml*l*
• ance, and ey|w-ndrd large amount*, but without the
I least iH'iirficlal result. Tl.nl fell destroyer Consumi»
| lion hud already seised w|*on my vitals. I was dally
drawing, cl«*rr to the tomb ; my |diysician* h* hi m I
| hope of recovery; my strength had wasted, and 1
•a* in a slate of almost utter prostration. I wa* In*
| formed hy my physicians that they could do nothing
for me except to smooth my palli to the grave,
when most fortunately. I npplird to Dr. I*. J Ciaf»
j kny. arid urn now a well and |»erfrrllv sound man.
< Ills .lifll ult for me to express the emotions of deepest
| gratitude I rx|»rricncr when realising the lmmea*u
rahle service I have recti v« «l «t the hands of lb.
j Cs .pkay and I feel rejoiced that It Is til lra*t in my
jH.wer to tender this feeble recognition of bis great
! 'kill and capacity. To the aliti* io» I would say. do
« not despair, for whatever may be the nature of your
cue. I am confident that you will find relkf by ap*
; plying »r- I*. J. Csankay.
" TliStu Is balm in (lile.'id. and there Is a physician
j »* lp rc.” lIKMtV rj. S J
Fub«cr»hcd and sworn to In-fore ine. this fAth dag
of O. t.dM r, A. I>. City and County of Sfai»
Franciacn. iu the Wale of California.
[l*. F ] F. J. TIIIII.%ri,T, Notary Public.
The undcr-igned la personally acquainted with
Henry Wessling. and know* that tl.e .dremnstaneef
related in the foregoing certificate arc true. He saw
Henry IVe-sling during hi* illness, and hears willing
testimony fc the fact nf his remarkable .-nre hv Dr.
h.J.rtapkny. (h. F.J A. ROSKMIKIM.
suh#iil)i‘i| and sworn to before me. lids lltli *l«y
of October, A I>.lnM*. City and County of Fan Fr.m
ci*co, in the £tatc <»f California,
fh. 8.1 F. J. 1 lIIH.VCLT, Notary Public.
Thè GrtnUèf of the Age—Great Blf»-
»t*g to Mankin/t—lnnocent, hat Piptmt.
DR. L. J. CZAPKAY’F Prophilaclicom. (self-disfn
fccting agent.)a sure preventive against fJonorrhira
and Syphilitic diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy
for all venereal Scrofulous, Gangrenous and Cancer
ous Ulcers, Foetid Di.*charges from Vagina, Utcrua
and Urethra, and all Cutaneous Kruptions and dis
eases. For sale at Dr. L. J. Ctapkay’s office. Sacra
mento at. below Montgomery, opposite Pacific Mail*
Steamship Co.’s office. As inoculation is apreven
tive against small pox, so is Dr. L. J. CxankayV
Prophilactirum a preventive against Syphilitic and
Gonorrhccal d'seases. Harmless in llself.lt possess
es the power of chemically destroying the FyphllilfV
Virus, and thereby saving thousands of dehaurlu'rn
from being infected by the most loathsome of til
diseases. Let no young roan who appreciates health
be without Dr. Canpkay's Prophilarticum. It is in
very convenient packages, and will be found con
venient to use, being used as n soap. Price. $6
f3P“Allordert must beaddressedto L. J.CxapksjV
H.D.,Ban Francisco,California. 011-fim
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