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imam duly irrai. CAKSOMt TUESDAY", t I t iSKFT. 34 FOl'XD WAXTEV6. .. , . . How loaf wilt thoa tke mork tnuh Of dwarfs who leave the thus behind? Or can heroic mould contain A lesser tool than pigmy-kind ! Wilt thoa have lived through manhood's prime, let not have known what Living meant ? In the grand bat tie of thy time So blow have struck, no aid hare lent ? Thou sittest nerveless in the dust, Unmindful of the glorious fray; Neglected in their scabbard rust The weapons that should cut thy way. Of thine own untried strength afraid. Nor daring to be wholly great, Tbon offerest, for thine idle blade. The coward's facile plea of fate. Fate '. what i fate? weak chance, that holds Distrustful purpose in its bands : A spider's web, whose flimsy folds Are spun about a giant's hands ! Wonldst thoo-bnt once essay the might. The godlike stature given thee. Swift as a strong name to its height Tliou shouldst leap up erect and free. Bnt fear the fate thyself may make ! For custom's quicksand yet can drown. And thine own powers, ongoverned, take Rebellious force to drag the down. Bethink thee that the giant's weight Sinks lower than the pigmy can ; And tremble, lest heroic state Dwindle to something less than f FRENCH COMMCXISTS AND SOUTH EB. REBELS. The San Francisco A'fci makes the fol lowing effective points: Eight hundred and eighty Communists sailed from Brest on Tuesday last, to be deported to New Caledonia, and three more were shot at Sartory on Wednesday. "We commend these acts of Governmental clemency and magnanimity to the consid eration of the Greeley orators and wri ters who are just now filling the country with lamentations on the severity and vindictiveness of our Government toward the lute insurgents. And here we confess that we have never been able to under stand how this charge can be justly made by our naturalixed citizens who lived un der monarchical rule, and are familiar with the style of treatment which political offenders receive from the Governments in the Old Continent. - Mr. Schurz, fox instance, had to save himself by flight in to this country, and yet he is among the leaders who -rebuke Grant for want of generosity to" the late rebels.' To restore to them liberty, property,' citizenship, and the elective franchise, seems not enough. He wants that each and every one of them should be made eligible to posts of high honor as Senator and Pres ident of the United States, and because but few of them in the latter particular have been executed a great howl is made. Qaery: Are these the same men who in other countries pleaded only for their lives and liberty? BUSINESS NOTICE. "Th Jxw; Caon Appeal" is de signed to fill a vacancy caused by the premature death of its elder brother, and Kive to the citizens of Urxngby county and the neighborhood north and south of us a Republican newspaper: Yet it is also to be understood that its publication was begun with the deliberate plans and intentions of its projector to make it one of the permanent business institutions of the State. Our terms of smbecription are as fol low,: Delivered by Carrier is Qarson. 50c per week Sent by mail, one year $12 o bent by mail, an months. , 6 So fcetit by mail, three months 4 tu CHAS. CV, FRIEND, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AMP EN ' CUTER, caeson cmr,'. . .... . ; ..nevada D E4LKK X WATCHES, SaXVER- WAxti, Fine Jewelry, Clocks, ta And heepa constantly on kd the finest brands of Cltnura. img a)K4 CJanwtaiar Taaartas, e-iaaa, inavy, sta. tisaety, Cc snd En. JTineering Instruments carefully repaired and Warranted. alotwelry of a II Deserlnttona Mario a vroar. "fcVile aaertt for the oelebrated CKKSCRVT SPKCTACLKS. 1 VttJ. Hrpt. 8. lfTj. 14f SAZERAC RESTAURANT! aas Canw Practswr aaaal Csuns a Strewta. VUIZS JOHXSON ...PROPRIETORS fTiRIS IS TtnC MOOT COMPLETE CHOP. HOUSE in Canoe City: sad its kitchen is presided by the bat eooka ia the State. eubaut utmtmmkvtm n avyanpgriur lodging arrang n ntf have lately xuiaa wauxa. , V4f ECUALUATISst NOTICE IS IBUIT ITaQf TaUT I have this day raoeived fruaa the Aaaessor of Ormsby County the In aanal BoH rsrim. and that the Board of County r nihl mm Will auret at my onto ia the Cwwnry aMinar. o MdaT the lth day of September, irfrj. a a Board of Equalization, and matiaae la eraadva froai tiine to thaw as rwtuired by law. aalil the fianatai ot soimiTamai himhii I ot equauxaxKa a County Clerk, ana Clara af asu'lMari. aVartraBbsr 1X17. atMC 'AH PLiTrOkX Adofttriat Ike aVpaeKcoa .Yatitmai Cmrtntum, J'kUadeljia, June 6. 1872. The Republican party of the United Statea. as sembled ia a National Convention, hi the city of x-nuaaeipajat on oa ana n, ij j, again de clares its faith, appeals to its history, and an nounces its position upon the questions before the country. 1. During eleven yean of Us supremacy, It has accepted, with grand courage, the solemn duties " uc uiuea. At suppressed a gtgantae avoeuion: emancipated 4,U0O,0UO of slaves; decreed the equal ciuzensoip oi au, and estaniisned nntvenai suf frage. Exhibiting unparalleled magnanimity, it has criminally punished no man for political of fenses, and warmly welcomed all who proved their loyalty by obeying the laws and dealing justly with their neighbors. It has steadily de creased with a firm band the resultant disorders of the great war, and initiated a wise policy to ward the Indians. The Pacitic Railroad and sim ilar vast enterprises have been gent rouslv aided and successfully conducted; the public land free ly given to actual settlers: iuiniigrution encour aged and protected, and a full acknowledgment of naturalised citizens' rights secured from Euro pean powers. A uniform national currency has been provided, repudiation fn.wiittl down, the national credit sustained under the most extra ordinary burdens, and new bonds negotiated at lower rates: the revenues have been carefully col lected and honestly applied. Despite the annual large reductions of rates of taxation, the public debt has been reduced during General Grant's Presidency at the rate of 41ou.udu.ouo a year; a great financial cricis has been avuided, and peace ana plenty prevail tnronghout the land. Men acing foreign dimiculties have been peacefully and honorably compromised, and file honor and power of the nation kept in high respect through out the world. This glorious recor i of the past is the party's best pledge foe the future. We be lieve that the people will not entrust the Gov eminent to any party or combination of men composed of those who chiefly have resisted every step oi tnis oemncial progress. S. Complete liberty and exact equality in the the enjoyment of ail .civil, political and public rights should be established and effectually main tained throughout the Union by efficient and ap propriate State and Federal legislation; neither law nor its administration should admit of any discrimination in respect to citizens by reason of race, creed, color, or previous condition of servi tude. . . 3. The recent amendments to the National Con stitution ahould be cordially sustained because they are right, and not merely tolerated because they are law, and should be carried out according to their spirit by appropriate legislation, the en forcement of which can be safely trusted, only to tne party tnat secured tnoee amendments. 4. The National Government should seek to maintain an honorable peace with all nations, protecting its citizens everywhere, and. svmpa- thyzmg with all people who-strive for greater noerxy. a. Any system of civil service under which the subordinate positions of the Government are con sidered rewards for mere party seal, is fatally de moralizing, and we therefore favor a system by laws which shall acolish the evils of patronage, and make honesty, efficiency and fidelity essen tial qualifications for public position, without practically creating a life tenure of otnee. 6. We are opposed to further grants of public lands to corporations and monopsdies. and de mand that the national domain be set apart for tree nomes ror tbe people. . . Y 7. The annual revenue, after paying current debts, should furnish a moderate lalauce for the reduction of the principal; and revenue, except such aa may be derived from a tax on tobacco and liquors, be raised hf dunes aa importations, the duties on which should be so adjusted as to aia in aecuring remunerative waea to tne la borer, and promote the tatlnlrim, growth and prosperity of the whole eoaatry. 8. We bold in undying honor the soldiers and sailors whose valor saved the Fnion; their pen sions are a sacred debt of the nation, and tne widows and orphans of those who died for their country are entitled to the care of a generous and grateful people. We favor such additional legislation as will extend the bounty of the Gov ernment to all our eoldiem and sailors who were honorably discharged, and who in the line of duty became disabled, without regard to length of service or cause of such discharge. 9. The dictrine of Great Britain and other Euro pean powers concerning allegiance once a sub ject always a subject having at last, through the efforts of the Republican party, been aban doned, and the American idea of the individual's right to transfer his allegiance having been ac cepted by European nations, it is the duty of our Government to guard with jealons care the rights of our adopted citizens against the aiisnmption of unauthorized claiaus by their ftmner govern ments, and we urge continual and careful encour agement and pn iteetion to voluntary immigration. ID. The franking privilege otuht to be abol ished, and the way prepared fur a speedy reduc tion in the rates of postage. .. 11. Among the questions which pros for atten tion, is that whwh concerns the aviations of capital and labor, and the Kepablican- party re cognize the duty of so shsping birisiation as to secure full protection and the amplest field for capita; and fur labor, the creator of capital, the largest opportunities snd a just share of mutual profits of these two gnat servant of civilization. 13. We hold that Congress and the President have only fulfilled an imperative duty in their measures for the suppression of violen. and trea sonable organizations ia certain atari rebellions regions, and for the protection of the ballot box: and. therefore, they are entitled to the thanks of the nation. . 13. We denounce the repudiation of the Dablk ueiK m any lonuor anaroise, asa national crime. We witness with pride the reduction of the prin cipal of the debt, and of the eaten of interest on the balance, and eonndentlyexiMt that our ex cellent national currency will be perfected by a speedy resumption of specie payments. 14. The Bepnblicaa party is miadfnl of its ob HgatiuBs to the loyal women of America for their nooie devotion to tne cause of freedom : their admission to the wider helde of asef ullness is re ceived with satisfaction, and the honest de mands, of any class of citiaeas for additional rights should be treated with respectful consid eration. 13. We heartily approve of the action of Con- greas ia extending amnesty to thiaie lately in re belliim, a-d rejoice in the growth of peace and raeniai leeiing inrongnout tne land. 16. The Republican party pro doss so remxxt the lights reserved by the people to taemaalves aa careiuuy as tne powers delegated ny them to the State and to the Federal taoveauacn. It disapproves of the resort to unconstitutional lawa for the purpose of removing evils by inter ference with the rights not aarnadered by the peuisw to arii iter ue ntate or national uo luent. 17. It is the dutv of the fleoeral Oenreniment to adopt such measures as will tend to enronraajs awtkw ctwuiaexce ana sniponuding. Is. We believe that the madeat Datriotism. the earnest purpose, sound judgment, practical wis dom, incorruptible integrity and illustrious serv ices of t'lyaaes S. Grant have commended him to use Beans i tan ABterieaa prop-, and, with Mm at oar head, we start to-day on a new march au vaciuvy. FRESH FR3ITS, VEGETABLES, CCS r tenets, tic, etc. mans OXHAXD ia daily reedTing the Cbsaleest Fruits SVwwhcwit. Vefj9ta'tlcB Xfcwt ot Cnteotlonaj, kwfatlanaaiDB?xsT brutijtht W tfceCar- M. B. -Order ptnmatlv Qtled sad 4alivertd as aiertioiia. K. PaaUaUCH. . Mf tCaBMStrest,aazitBnaiaiwaaioaJ OURSELVES. THE KEW DAILY APPEAL A DAILY NEWSPAPER A DAILY NEWSPAPER A DAILY NEWSPAPER A DAILY NEWSPAPER Published in the interests of the Republican Party; a medium of local news; an advocate of what promises best to the community by whom it is surrounded ; a medium for the frank dis cussion of all the issues of the times ; and a ve hicle in which the business men of the State and city may make known their propositions and purposes. fUlENDS OF FRIENDS OF FRIENDS OF FEIESDS OF REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES Are invited to examine its columns, and, if satis fied with the manner and matter of its editorials to assist in giving it an increase of circulation and a oroader influence upon public opinion ; NEWSMONGERS NEWSMONGERS NEWSMONGERS NEWSMONGERS Are besought to lend its columns the weight of their assistance in the form of items and corre spondence; THE CITIZENS OF CARSON THE CITIZENS OF CARSON THE CITIZENS OF CARSON THE CITIZENS OF CARSON Are requested to give it a fair chance of success by subscnoing for it and advertnuug in it; THE INTELLIGENT READER THE INTELLIGENT READER THE INTELLIGENT READER THE INTELLIGENT READER Is urged to peruse its short but moving columns; THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC MERCHANTS MERCHANTS MERCHANTS MERCHANTS . : LAWYERS DRUGGISTS LAWYERS DRUGGISTS LAWYERS DRUGiilSTS LAWYERS DRUG GISTS SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN And everybody else who would not be found dead under a light-hiding bushel is invited to preseat, in duly specified form AN ADVERTISEMENT AN ADVERTISEMENT AN ADVERTISEMENT AN ADVERTISEMENT Of what he can do, what he can furnish, where ke can be found snd what he wants. OUR BOOKS OUR BOOKS OUR BOOKS OUR BOOKS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPEN FOB SUBSCRIBERS and OUR COLUMNS OUR COLUMNS OUR COLUMNS OUR COLUMNS FOR FUR FOR VOR THOSE THOSE THOSE THOSE WHO WHO WHO WHO worxD WOULD WOULD WOULD Advertise advertise advertise advertise THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE ' J- THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE has been set up, full and complete, sad we i now prepared to print POSTERS , POSTERS POSTERS . - i POSTERS POSTERS BILL-HEADS POSTERS POSTERS PSOTERS POSTEES POSTERS PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS IXTTER-HEADS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS Etc., etc. on the ahoraat notice, in the best style and with unsurpassable dispatrh This is AN APPEAL AN APPEAL AN APPEAL 3 AN APPEAL To yowrprtrlot sao, lor of literature and HX9BT B. lOGHZLS, Froftletor Jtew Aapeal. - LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. "VTOTICK IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT 11 in pursuance of the order of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Bute or Nevada, in and for Ormsbv County, made and entered on the twenty-first dav of Sep tember, 1872, in the matter of the estate and guardianship of Frank A. Garrett, minor, the undersigned, guardian of said minor, will sell at private sale, in three several parcels, as herein after described, for cash, and subject to confirm ation by said District Court, on Tuesday, the fifteenth day of October, 187, at twelve o'clock meridian, at tne front door of the Court House of said Court, in Carson City, Nevada, all the right, title, interest and estate of said Frank A. Garrett, minor, of, in and to those certain pieces ok uuu ui hm iriiisuy uoumy, Bute oi ivevada, described as follows, to wit: All the right, title, interest and estate of said Frank A. Garrett, minor (same being an mnii. vided one-third), in and to that certain piece of land in tne town of Carson City, called and known as and being block twenty-one (21) of Phil lips' sddition to said town. Also: All the right, title, interest and estate of said Frank A. Garrett, minor (s&me being about one undivided one twelfth (1-U) be the same more or less), in and to the east half and north west quarter of the southwest quarter of section seven (7), in township fifteen (15) north of range twenty -one (21) east. Monte Diablo base and me ridian, according to the United States Public Land surveys, containing one hundred and twen ty acres of land. Also: All the estate, right, title and interest of said Frank A. Garrett, minor, (same being an undivided one-third) of, in and to the following described land and real estate, (saving, excepting and reserving tnererrom tnat certain piece or land in said Canon Citv. called ahd known as. and being block three (3) of Phillips' addition to said town, the same being 170 feet north and south, by 1W1 feet east and west), to wit: com mencing st a point on the west line of Pine street in said town, opposite the centre of Spear street, running tnence east along the centre or said Spear street 2H3 feet; thence south 2U3 feet: thence east, along the north line of Telegraph street, 247 feet; thence south 236 feet, to the north line of Proctor street: thence east along the north line of Proctor street, 214 feet, to the centre of Phillips street; thence south along the centre of said Phillips street, 12 feet to the cen tre of King street; thence west along the centre of said King street, 744 feet; and thence north along the west line of Pine street to the place of Deginmng. unbracing part of what is known as Phillips' Addition to said town. Terms a ad Coaadltlaau of Salet CASH Ten per cent, of the purchase money to be paid to the undersigned on the day of sale, balance on confirmation of sale by said District LAMirt. tieea at expense or purchaser. ALFRED HELM. Guardian of Estate of Fbass A. Ga&keit, Minor. Carson, Nevada, Sept. '23, 1872. sii-td BUSINESS DIRECTORY. A. B. Drisbach. South Carson street. Mason, Cheney k. Co., Penrod block, Carson and Telegraph streets. is. r . roster, Aing snd ormsmr streets. Jacob Tobriner, Carson snd Manser streets. T. Beer fc Bro., Empire. Xarkatt, Eagle Market, Canon and Proctor streets Mat Rinckel pnpnetor. City Meat Market, King street John F. Meder proprietor. Pry Bnnde. Olcovich Bros., Carson and Fourth streets. Sheyer k Morris, Carson street, adjoining wells, rargo co. Clothiaa;. Jne Rosrnstork, Carson and Musser streets. Kopple a Piatt, Canon and Third streets. Llqaara ( Wfcaleaalf ). Geo. D. Fryer, south Carson street. J. R. Scott. Carson street, between Kins snd jiusser. Frails. E. Perasich, Carson suet. next door to theater. Dragxfsta. O. P. Willis. Canon and King streets. C. F. Col ton. Carson street, opposite the Can not. Tea. T. Beer 4 Co., Empire City. Watelaea aatd Jewelry. John G. Fox, Canon street, opposite the Can- itol. Chas. W. Friend. Canon street, between Kins ano musser. Brokers. Rice k Peters, with Wells k Fargo. Carson screes. Iantaurataaci, Imperial Insurance Company, of London- Rice tt Peten agents. Office with Wells. Fanto k Co. Bank of California, C street, Virginia City. Gift Concert. Gift Concert, authorized bv law. for the ben efit of the State Insane Asylum. D. L. Blanrh ard. Manager, Virginia City. Joha D. Kersey, agent, Carson. Uwerjr H tables. J. M. Benton. Canon street, onnosite Wells. Fargo k Co. Occidental Stable. Winnie k David. Canon and ainsser streets. Beataaranta and IaCHijrtnirs. Sazerac Restaurant, corner Carson and Proctor streets. Hotels. Ormsby House, Carson and Second streeta B. H. Meder k Son proprietors. St. Charles Hotel, corner Canon and Third streets Geo. Tuny proprietor. Warm Springs Hotel, on Empire turnpike, one and one-half miles east of Cantm L. lacha pelle proprietor. Theater Saloon, Moore k Parker; Canon Thea ter building. Bank Exchange Saloon, Sweeney's building. King street R. R. Brown proprietor. Old Sazerac Saloon, Canon street, next to Ormsby House Lewis k Thornton nronrietora. Magnolia Saloon. Countv Bnildinv. Carson uwt wage a stay proprietors. . A. neon, canon street. Daley's Exchange. C. street. Vlnzinkt Citv C z. i'wj proprietor. Palace Saloon. Korta C. street, Virginia City luucT & Diieparu proprietors. State Llama, Carson City and Virginia - I add k Billlnga ofnee in St. Charles Hotel. Genoa and Silver Monuntain Luther Olds proprietor office at Wells. Farm A Co 'a lam. J. D. Kersey agent. Attonseya. -T. D. Edwards office in Kww&rr'a bnlldlna- aiDg John O. Fox, Carson street. ' Cigsara. Chas. W. Friend. Canon allocs. Dr. L. A. Herriek. TTiaaai mat hist Ofloa in vuuaty itaiiaang. Virginia and Troekee Railroad OosManr. Of. See, north of the Mint, on Carsua street. Denis Peck, professional aick nurse. ') Waaetu., Apply at Kutr! Batd. POLITICAL. UNION REPUBLICAN STATE CEN- TRAL COMMITTEE AT A MEETING OF THE UNION REPrB lican State Central Committee, held in this City on SATURDAY, July 27, 1872, the following business was transacted : Xaolved, That a State Convention of the Union Republican party be held at Reno on Wednesday, the 25th of September next, at 12 o'clock St., to nominate three Presidential Electors, one Mem ber of Congress, one Justice of the Supreme Court, and one State Printer, and the transaction of such other business as shall properly come be fore said Convention. Krtolrrd, That each county be entitled to one delegate at large, one for each 100 votes, and one for each fraction over 50 votes cast for Alfred Helm, elected Clerk of the Supreme Court at the general election of 1870. Resotrrd, That in accordance with the resolu tion of the last Republican State Convention, the various County Central Committees, so far as the same may lie practicable, be advised to cause the primary elections to be conducted as follows : First In each election precinct clubs shall be organized, the members of which shall vote at the headquarters of the club for delegates to the County and State Conventions. Second Jio person shall vote who is not a member of the club : and in evt rv precinct where there is a Registry Agent he shall also be a voter registered for the ensuing election- Third That the tpst for club membership re quired of voters shall be : Will you support the regular Republican ticket at the next election National. State and County and the Republican platform adopted at Philadelphia, and such fur ther test as the respective County Oouimittees may prescribe ? Rrtnlvrd, That it is the sense of this committee that a contest at the primary elections between the candidates for United States Senator should be svoided. and that in order to avoid such con test, a plan should be devised by which the voters at the general election may have an opportunity of expressing their preference for United States Senator on their ballots, and that the memben elected to the Legisltture shall be considered in structed in accordance with such preference, and we recommend this subject to the attention of the various County Central Committees. Delegates are apportioned to the several coun ties as follows : Chnrchill 1 Douglas a Esmeralda. 3 Elko 1 Humboldt 4 Lyon 5 Lander 7 Lincoln 4 Xye 4 Ormsby fi Storey 19 Washoe T White Pine 10 Total 80 C. C. BATTERMAN, Chairman. Geo. A. Kcro. Secretary. PRIVATE MEDICAL AID. QUICK CORE. ANO JMKRATE CH ARSIS! DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE Na. 3I Sacrameato Straot, Coraer or Leldralora St., m few doora kslsw the Wkat rherr Hoaai, !iaa Fruriaeo, Callforatau Private entrance on LeideadurtT street. Established Expressly to Afford the Afflicted Bound ana scientine Medical Aid in the Treatment and cure of all Private and Chronic Diseases, Cases of Secrecy, Wand all Sexual Disorders "Mil Ta taw Aftlletrd. DR. W. K. DOHERTa returns hie banks to his numerous patients for their natror. age, and would take this opportunity to remind them that he continues to consult at his lust. tute for the cure of chronic diseases of the Lnngr. Liver, Kidneja, Digestive and Geuito-l'rinaiy Organs, and all private diseases, viz: Syphilis in sll its forms and Mages, Seminal Wealihese aid all the horrid consequences of self -abuse, Gonoi boa. Gleet, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diumrl Emissions, Sexual Debility. Diseases of the Ba k and loins, Inflamatkm of the Bladder and Kid neys, etc., and he hopes that his long experiem e and successful practice will continue to insula him a share of public patronage. By the pra -tice of many years in Europe and the Unit d States, he is enabled to applv the most effieiei t and successful nmedies against diseases of a I kinds. He cures without mercury, charges mm -ente, treats his patients ia a correct and bono: -able way, and has references of unquestionable veracity fnmi men of known respectability ai d high sanding in society. All parties consultii g him by letter or otherwise, will receive the het and gentlest treatment and implicit secrecy. To Fiiaaalaa When a female is in trouble or afflicted with disease, or weakness of the back and limbs, pa n in the head, dimness of sight, loss of mnscuL r power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, ne -vousness, extreme urinary difficulties, derang ment of digestive functions, general debilit , vaginitis, all diseases of the womb, hvsteri': - sterility, and all other diseases peculiar to f. -males, she ahould go or write st once to the cel brated female doctor, W. K. DOHERTT, at h s Medical institute, and consult him about h r troubles and diseases. The Doctor is effectii g more ourea than any other pbvsirian in the Sta e of California. Let no false delicacy prevent yo- , ut ml'i"j uiuueuiaieiy bmu save yoursell ir m painful suffering and premature death. All mi. -tied ladies, whose delicate health or other ci -cunistandes prevent an increase in their family should write or call at DR. W. K. DGHERTY g Medical Institute, and they will receive eveiy possible relief and help. The Doctor's cffict h are so arranged that he can he consulted witboi t fear of observation. Ta Ci 1 eapoMdenta. Patients residing ta any part of the State, how ever distant, who may desire the opinion ana advice of DR. DOHERTV in their respective cases, and who think proper to submit in writ ng a statement of such, is preference to holding a personal interview, are respectfully mured th t their communications will be held most sacr d and confidential. If the case be fully and cai -didly described, personal communication will 1 e unnecessary, as i sat 1 actions for diet, regim. n and the general treatiaent of the ease itself (ii . eluding the remedies), will be forwared withoi t delay, and in such a manner as to convey no id a of the purport of the letter or parcel so trans mitted. jT Consultation By letter or otherwise, Free. Prrmtn-nt cunt gnarantiwil or no pay. tjaairaaataiiha a. DR. DOHERTV has joat publiahed an impor-. ant pamphlet, embody inar his own vi-wa experiences in relation to impotence or Virility . being j Short Treaties on Spermatorrhea or Si r -inal WsskDeas, Kerroas and Physical Debil ty consequent on this aaeetfam nJ tK,- 1. of tile Sexual Organs, Tfcia little work contains uuonuauoa 04 ue utmost nine to all, whether aaarried or stacle. and will he ant rnr E 1 .- Wail on receiut of aix aanta in noataiat for retura postage. aaaireai, W. K tWaaVn, M. J MM - 8an Francis, tit. ' "