The Umpqua weekly gazette. (Scottsburg, O.T. [Or.]) 1854-1855, February 10, 1855, Image 4

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JDocitlvki look for a UoiudliiK
house,
Nkw Youk, Oct.0, 1851.
ITnring bocomo to a certain oxtont a fix
tures la this high old town.it boenmo nocos
eary to icaroli out a fit habitation, wherein
I might oat, sloop, chango my shirts, (Dam
lihool blushed,) and attend to tho other
comlmla or tho external homo and tho in
ner individual.
Sly friend, Hull Doggo having deserted
Ids lato piaco of rosidouco, (on account of
tho perpetual roign of salt mackerel at tho
breakfast tabic,) wo started together on a
voyago of discovery. To doscribo all tho
dilapidated gentlewomen whoso ntwrtmonts
wo Inspected all tho many inducements
which woro used to pcrsuado us to tako up
our quarters in all sorts of musty-smelllng
rooms, and to recount how many promises
too mado 'to call again' would tako too
much timo. Suflico it to say, that at six
o'clock in tho cvenlnir. wearied out and
desperate, wo cast anchor in tho domlcil of
an Irish lady, with ono eye. oho assured
us that her boarders wcro all 'rispict'tblo and
and found their own tibacor and that tlicro
was divil a bug in tho place' Wo took
adjoining rooms aud resiguedly went down
to tae.
I noticed that my enphad ovidently bus
tained a comiKiund comminuted fracture,
and been patchod up with putty, (which
camo off in my lea) that tho broad was
scant tho butter powerful tho tea, 'on
tho contrary quito tho roverso,' however,
although mattcrslookcd somowhat discour
acinc 'honinir anainst hopo' I returned
to my virtuous sheets: horror of horrors I
O. most horri bio 1
For two hours I maintained a sanguina
ry combat with an odorsfcrous band of
cannibal insects armed only with a firo
shovel, I gallantly kept op tho unequal con
flict but tho treacherous implement broko
at tho critical moment ; I thought I should
bo compelled to yield despair filled my
senses mv heart failed mo my brain
grew dizzy with horror buried thoughts of
enemies unpardoned of duties neglected
and of errors committed, rushed across
my mind last thoughts of chorished homo
and absont friends was in my heart, and
with a hasty prayer for mercy and forgive
ness, I was at tho point of yielding when
my frantic oyes caught sight of my old
cast iron boot-jack with a pious excla
mation of gratitudo to heaven, (Hull Doggo
cays it did not sound so to'him.) 1 seized it,
nnd with tho desperato strength of a dying
man, I renowed tho battle, and eventually
como off victorious and triumphant. Wea
ry with slaughter, I fell exhausted on tho
bed and slept till morning. Dull Doggo,
who had been engaged in tho samo delight
ful occupation, appeared at tho breakfast
tablo with ono oyo black, and his faco spot
ted liko a tiger. Wo nctd a cuuuctt of
war, and resolved instantly to quit tho
premises of tho Emerald Islander, who
ml uptpmI to 'lodi?o and eat us (tho sho.
C'yciops!)and who nad so nearly fulfilled tho
latter clauso by proxy.
Another search and another homo. Hero
for a week things went on tolerably woll ;
tho steak was capable of mastication, tho
coffeo wasn't always weak nor tho butter
always strong ; but ono day there appeared
at breakfast a dish of boef; (Hull Doggo
asserts that it was tho fossil remains of an
omnibus horso;) it was not molested; at
dinner it mado its appearanco again ; still
it was not disturbed ; at tea fragments of it
were visible, but it yet remained untouched;
in tho morning a tempting looking stew
mado its appearance ; but, alas 1 it was on
ly a weak invention of the enemy to con
ccal tho ubiquitous beef; at dinner a meat
Eio enshrined a portion of the aforesaid
ecf; it went away unharmed. For a
week, every day, at every raosl, in orery
subtle form, in some ingenious disguise, still
was forced upon our notico this omnipres
ent bcof ; it went through more changes
than Harlequin in the pantomime, and liko
that nimblo individual camo always out un
injured.
At tho end of tho second day Dull Doggo
grumbled to himself, tho third ho 'spoko
out in meeting,' tho fourth he d mned au
dibly, tho. fifth ho had a n hour's swear to
himself in his own room, tho sixth, seventh
and eighth ho preserved a dignified silence;
but his silence was ominous on tho ninth,
day wo both left
Our next landlady had a gigantic mouth,
but her nose was a magnificent failure. Wo
staid with her a week, and left because she
seemed to bo possessed of the idea that ono
eausngo was sufficient for two men. For
a month longer wo run tho gauntlet of all
the model boarding houses. Wo wcro on
trapped by ail kinds of alluring promises,
and perpetually swindled without any re
gard to decency ; wo had a tasto of Yan
kco, French, Dutch, and, I montionod it bo
fore, (yo Gods ft Irish ; and wo lived four
days iu an establishment presided over by
a red-eyed darkey, with a wifo the color of
anew saddle. At last, ono day, in an ag
ony of despair, I exclaimed, 'Whero, O,
where, can humbugged humanity find a
decent place to feed!' Echo answored, '
in the eating houses.' Wo resolved to try
it, and tho result is glorious. Wo have
achieved a victory, sir, an heroic, unexpec
ted victory.
And now farewell, all scrawny landla
dies, yo snuffy beldames, with your wood,
en smilefi; farewell, you vivaperous bod
steads, yo emaciated feather hods, and yo
atteennted bolsters; n long adieu to scant
blankets, and mattrasscs stuffed with shit
vinga; farewell to hisulo butter, and to un
dent bread; good bye, ( 1 say with a tear ;)
yo Immortal, everlasting beof; farewell tn
sloppy coffee, nnd azure milk; ( Damphool
says, not )ot;) farewell yo antediluvian pies,
and Lllllputlon pudding; farewell yo two
Inch napkins, end yo holy tablo-cloths; faro
well, yo empty grates and rusty coal-scuttles;
adieu, yocraokod mirrors which mako
a man look liko a drunken Satyr; farewell
yo respcctablo chairs, with dislocatod limbs;
adieu, ye fractured tew cups, yo broken
forks, nnd hnivos with Irtindsaw edgos;
farewell, in fact, all yo lodging houses,
whero vo can't havo a latch key, whero
you can tell when they got a now girl, by
tho color of tho haira in tho buscult, (I
noticed tliis last remarkable fact some tlmo
since.)
Uivo us joy, lor wo liavo round a placo
whoro things are done up right, whero wo
can chooso our own viands, whero tho beef
is positively tender, whero thoro aro no lit
tlo red nnts in tho sugar, whero tho potatoes
ero not waxy, and whero If anything goes
wrong, wo can inllato tho waiter.
In fact wo aro suited ; if anything runs
short, 'John gets particular fits, and 'notli
ing shorter ; whero wo can eat when wo
plcaie, and call for what wo ploaso; whero
charges aro modorato, and it is ormittcd
to d n tho waitor for nothing. And horo
in this Elysian spot, havo Dull Doggo ami
I taken our daily broad, (beans and butter
included,) for tho last mouth, 'without rear
and without reproach.'
As our poetical, Tom Plus, has remark
ed, v.-
"Joy, Joy, our task Is done,
Our trials are past, and our Restaurant Is some.'
Q. K. PlllLANDElt Dor.STICKB, 1. U.
Rr.Lioio.v. Religion, that mossongor of
Heaven, dwells not in cells or cloisters,
but goes forth among men not to frown on
their happiness, but to do them good. Sho
is familiar and cheerful at tho tablo and firo
sidesof tho happy ; sho is equally intimate
in tho dwellings of poverty nnd sorrow ;
sho encourages innocont smiles of youth,
and kindles a glow of sincerity on tho vener
able front of ago, sho is found, too, at tho
bedsido of the sick when tho attendants
havo ceased their labor, and tho heart is
almost still ; she is seen at tho houso of
mourning pointing to tho " houso not mado
with hands;" sho will not retire so lorrg as
as thero is evil that can bo prcvontcd, or
kindness that can bo given ; and it is not
until tho last duty is dono that sho hastens
away and raises har altar in tho wilderness
so sho may not bo seen by men.
What a Woman Should nn Alpha
betically. A woman should do amiauie,
benevolent, charitable, domestic, economi
cal, forgivinc, sonorous, honest, industry
ous, judicious, kind, loving, modest, neat,
obedient, pleasant, quiet, reflecting, sober,
ictiuur, uruatiu, vittuuus, wise, A-vinpiary,
yielding and zealous.
What a Woman Siioclu sot be.
Artful, bold, cross, deceitful, envious, fret
ful, groveling, hollo wbearted, idle, jadisli,
knavish, lazy, morose, nonsensical, oiiicious,
prudish, quarrclsomo, ranting, snappish,
talkative, unrcasodablo, vain, wrangling,
z-travagant or yawning.
Haity Mahbiaoes. Wo clip tho fol
lowing official tablo from an English pa
per, giving a viow of tho connubial bliss in
that city London :
Runaway wives, 1,132
Runaway husbands, 1,1)18
Married persons legally divorced, 4, 175
Living in private misunderstanding,
13,270
.Mutually indifferent, 55,340
Regarded as happy, 153
Nearly happy, 27
Perfectly happy, 13
5ew Mode op Punting Trim. The following
mode of planting bus been acted on with success
by a Bohemian arborcullurist. In place of tiling
the process of grading, he takes an off-shoot of
any fruit tree, and plants it In a potatoe, both be
ing carefully placed In tho soil, so that five or
six Inches of tbo shoot shall bo above the ground.
The latUr takes root, grows ropldily, oad produ
ces the finest fruit. -
Agricultural Fair. I'armer'a daugh
ters. Pollock' Course op Time. About
throo year in tho gubernatorial chair if
elected,
The lady who mado a dash has sinco
brought her husband to a full stop.
Rock Biscuits. Beat six ounces of
fresh butter to a cream, add six ouncos
powdered loaf sugar, half a pound cur
rants, ono ounco candied peel, and threo
eggs ; stir in ono pound of Hour by degrees
well mix, and mako into cakes ; bako in a
quick oven.
Barton Cakes. Six ouncos of grated
loaf sugar, six ouncos of fresh butter, ono
ounce of flour, a little spice, and tiro grains
of volatilo salts mix tho wholo with two
eggs.
(r A sawyer, after aawing with a
dull saw, exclaimed,
very
'Of all the aawB I over saw saw, I nover
saw a saw saw as that saw saws.'
05" An eminent artist American of
couise -lately painted a snow storm bo
naturally that ho caught a bad cold by set
ting too near it with his coat oiF.
BUSINESS GAUDS.
K. W. MKIIUITT, II. OITKMmVKR. 1- - TIWMIHOS.
a
WIIOLI'.SALi: AMI iiktau. iikai.kms in
diiy-ooods. oiioor.mua. provisions,
MMMDWAEIB.
Qucenswaro Tinware &c, &c.
COMMKUCIAL StM'.KT,
SCOTTSHUllti, 0. T.
i)cc.no,iM. ly
J. II. WAMtVOHTII, 1. K. ItTKIW, 11. i. Will)
a
COltM'.H COMMKItniAI. STM'.KT AND PLAZA
SCOTTSHUIKS.O.T.,
U'llOU:S.tl.K VMI.EHS I.Y
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
"MIIEl,
Hoots ami Shoe, Hut mid enp't
Stoves, Liquors and Cigars,
Together with a general assortment of Merchan
dise, adapted to the wants of Farmers, Miners
nnd Other. maylP-lf.
BR0W1. DRUM & CO..
Commercial street,
SCOTTSUVlUi, . T;
wiiulksalk ii:ai.i:iu in
(3MX3IBM18S, IPia'DTOllOTS,
DRYGOODS tfc CLOTHING,
Jofllr, Shoes and Hats,
Hardware, CnKkcry, Olats As Tin Ware
With a general assortment of merchandise,
suitable for tho milling trade. tWIcaso call
and examine as vo will sell at tboluwcrst market
ratcs.-tl3; I. 3o, ly.
SAMUEL S. MANN.
wiiomuam: and hktail dkalhu in
D!BNy-fiDiD3, B0D1EM1B3,
Hardtcare, Quccnsware, Clothing,
.Vr. A:r.
Front street, at McTavIsh's old stanJ,
SC0TTSI1UKG, 0. T.
Dec So. tf
LEV! SCXT.
P. V. TU0MIH0V.
A. W. MIKIHK.
kit. an & Ei
M.OUrACTUULUI ANII UEALEUi IN
liCtillicv, Harness and
AI,arp atforttnent of leather, such as rVirt
Ing, Harness, Sole, Upper and Calf tkln
constantly on hand. Alw every thing In the sad
dle and harness line. Saddler's hard are, Ac,
at cheap as can bo afforded anjwlicre In Oregon,
ptf- Cash paid for hidc."tt
Fcolbburg, Ilea, tlo, tf.
EttffilDlKDMf.
k. n. riswi., m. i.
Phjslclan, Surgeon & Accoucheur.
SCOTTOUUIIG, O. T.
Office at tho "Scottsburg House," Slain street
Jan 13, :i"-tf.
TUB STEAM! U
EXCELSIOB
WILL make regular trips as heretofore,
from Scottsburg to tho mouth of the Uinp
qua, teaching at l'rovldcnco Gardner, U(apiu&
City, Pyramid rock &c.
Dec. 3o, tf.
ROSILIAN HOUSE.
IIIAVK ojncl a new house, opposite Gardi
ner, on the Umifpn, for the accommodation
of the public. The table will bo supplied at all
times with tlio best the country affords, nuch as
Hear, K'lk. Dcor, AntelotM). Goc.so, Duck, 0 rouse.
l'heaaant, I'ork, llcef and mutton meats, togeth
er with every variety of llsh. A trail will be
opened In a short tlmo from Windiest :r Hay to
my bouso. which Is only two mile, which will
tuvo the dlOiculty of ferrying the UrotKiua.
UCC 30, tr. VM. UHA.h.
ADDISON C. GIBBS. ..
Attorney and Counsellor at Laic, Solicitor
in Cliancery, and Commissioner for
the State of Sew York,
pO-OlTIco and residence at Gaiimnkii, Umpqua
CofNir, 0. T. dec.Z-tf.
R. E. STRATTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Soli.
citor in Cluincery.
ptr Office at his residence near Wintiiuteb,
Douglas county. dec2-tf
STEPHEN F. CHADWICK,
Attorney and Counselor at Law, and
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
SCOTTSIlUrG, 0. T.
Juno 23, 1851-tf.
n. n. intK.VAN,
p. p. rmi,
BRENAN & PRIM,
OPFICKS At JACksoNviLLH and Itoi:ncno.
rnay2C-tf.
Move New Goods.
JUST UEOIHVED, per Steamer SOUTH
KUNEW., and for tale ut tho luicetl rate,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMEMT OF
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Suitable for this trade. Call und tco.
GKOUOn JIAYNES.
576 'a'" Bt- cor- Vonualla 6t.
lower Scotttlurg, Dec. 10, 180l.-tf.
BUSINESS OAltDS.
tilt FOLGEH C.O..
susmurimKiiH of ami dkai.kiis in
OILS.
OKI, AVOKKS-11 1 HroiMlwny.
OKt'lUi: l)(l llnttory. comer of Clny strret,
Snn Francisco, Cal. die, M-8111
HINSDALE & CO.,
Wholcsalo Dealers In General Merchandise
coKNi:u or main an milsiin sis.,
LOWKIt StiOTTSIIUHO,
WOULD invito tho attention or Traders,
l'aclccru, and Fanners to their large nnd
well uvU-ctvd stock of Clothing, Dry UihmN.IIouU
nnii anno, iinnivrarc, itrocenen, xc., which mwj
olfi-r for salo at prices which will bo nn Induce
ment to thii'o wlslilng to piircimse.
Call nnd Iniect our stuck. np'.'U-ly.
ALLAN, LOWE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1.T2 CLAY STIIKIT,
Sun l'raiivltco.
Allan, McMsur A. Co., NCori1lllUlu,('
np'28-Cm
.1. W. l.OWliKH,
mmm, mm, MtniCT
P 41 I T I I !
jS(r (llaM cut to order. "Q-
Commercial Street, ticottslmrg, 0. T.
Dec. So, Dm.
W1XTKII A RUAXGEMBXr.
rWCSM'HE STEAMERjiiiiSi:
AVASHINGTON,
CA1T. J. U. IIAKKIS.
VUII.I. Icavu Allan, McKlnlny .V Cos wharf
1 T every Halurday evening, with tho United
States Mailifur (Innihier, 1'rot Idvncv, Uiiixiia
City and Pyramid Itiick; returning, will i-aio
Utnixma Clly mi Hundny morning, at H o'clock
TrioWASIII.NT.TON will lia-ot timcN at all
utlier times, and rrcclvo freight and paiMiigcrs
for every oInt within thu IkjubiU of uatlgutioti
on tbo Uniipia river.
For freight or jkhmk apply on board, or to
ALLAN, McKlNLAY A CO.,
Nov. 11, IB.'. I. If Luwer Scotltburg.
AMOS E. HOGEHS,
r.Mt'iiu: nrv,
HAS on hand a well assorted stock of Dry
(!ods, (IrocerlM, llrnts .t Shws, Ac, Ac,
ke. Ho is anxious to m'II. tind wirlx- It to li' un
denlood that be is prepared to offer good kx-
TRKMii.r U'W ion cum. ir any iinuou are in
tertalnol nbnul tho matter, ha will Io exceed
Incly obtlgeil, If persons doubting, will speollly
call, ami at once put It to llio lest.
Emplro Clly, Jlay 6, 1851-tf
l'ltOHATK COUKT.
RKOULAIl terms of the Prolnto Court of
UmKpia County, wllllw held nn the first
Tuesdays in each month, at Scottsburg precinct.
Persons bating businnui In vacation will call at
tb(otfico on Long I'ralrie, where the Judge may
m found.
S. F. CHADWICK, Judge.
July 17, lKit-tf.
WILLIAM E. LEWIS,
BOAT BUILDER AND SPAR MAKER.
mill c.iu:i:k, rtrauA mviiii.
BOATS Ilcpalred, and all kinds of Carjnter
Work douu at the shortest notice and on tho
most reasonable terms.
April 2H, lWI-tf
UHPQUA GAZETTE
Job Printing Oilice.
THE Proprietors, having
JOIJTVl'KSonliand.ar
a cood vorlety f
arc prepared to do all
kinds of
PLAIN
ANU
ORNAMENTAL
JOB riilNTING,
On tho SHORTEST NOTICE, and on the most
UKASONAULU TfcHMS ; eucli w
iloolts,
Pamphlets,
Circulars,
Huudbllls,
Showbills,
Concert Hills,
Programmes,
Dall Tickets,
Hill HcaU,
AddreM Cards,
Duslnesa Cnrds,
Jlllla nr I.ivllng,
Steamboat Hills,
Ulnnks of all kinds,
Ac, Ac., Ac,
Job work dono In
m
IBIS1D. 1BIL iTJIB IB IBHiAffllK IIHIKS
to suit cufctomirs.
Feb. 3.
Orrlf rH Hnllclted.
BOYD & HLAKELY.
DISSOLUTION
riHE
X L;
!IE Intcrrst heretofore had In tho Ann nf AL
LAN, M'KINLAY A CO., of Lower SeotU
;, by JESSE AI'l'LEQATE.IsthU day wlth-
burg, by
ilpAwti liV rn.lHPflt.
Ti.nn indcbteil to tho Into llrm will plcaso como
forward and ettlo their accounts, and thoso hav-
I,,.. ll.nll .i.rnln.t It will T.ICIIHO DrCSCIlt It (UT
tmttlcment ui.il. T. Allan being authorised to
attend t tho buslucss.
Allan, M'Kinlav & Co. will continue tho bu
siness ut tho old stand, and trust, from their low
prices and general aBitorimcni oi gumix, m uierii,
an horotofore, tho full conlldcnoo of tho public.
OEOItai; T.ALLAN,
for Allan, M'Klnlay .t Co.,
JISK Al'I'LEGATE.
Octolier 16, lMMf.
ILOUH, I'ork. ctc.rvlTl lw nrkeu irt tliTs oflko
X on suiirtcrlpuou, aivcrtuiug una Jou work
Nov, 11.
MHMMMaaMMawStMSJMI
PHOHVKtt'VIlN
OF THU
UMPQUA WJSEKLY GAZEHE.
The only Xcwtjiaptr puMithtil in Nauthttii
Orekoiii
rpiIIS TAl'lIIt Is dovoted to tho principles or
X tho Jlmwtmtie l'arttf, and to tlio InUrntf
of NlitliiriiOi'Hi to Uttrnturt,Jlg
rltulturr, Foreign awl JhmttUc JVtwi, Iht
.Vttrkil; vo. ao.
Loonted In the llotirlrhlug town of Hcottdmrg,
thu Metropolis of Southern Oregon, nnd at lhu
niad of navigation of tho Uiiiipm rlverlho
iturnl(iutlvt of tho UmiMMin and Koguu river
i alleys and with a ccrialn prospoet of being
siieedlly placed In comniuiilcntlon with San Fran
cisco by menus of HrKAM,our iioillloii will giro
us unrivaled advantages for tho early receipt of
lirwK mid commercial Intelligence.
Whllo wo shall uphold tho principles of tho
Nnttuiml Dfinncrnllo Tarty, via shall not dittcond
to tho position uf an organ of a clbpio, faction
or Indhrldunl ; bollovlug that such a coil r no U
foreign to truo Demooraoy, nnd that a paper
whl.li takes ucli a position Is unworthy of tbo
I'oiilldcnco uf tlio party.
Wo shall alio further ly ccry meam In our
lower, tho Interests of tho couiiniiitlty In whleli
wo nro located. clalinliu; for Southern Oregon
mo rights duo In her jxiiltlon and Increailug
iMjimlntlon. and watching, with Jealous care, tho
development of her resources.
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In all parUof tho world.
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In order to Increano tho circulation nf tho Oa
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Scotul.org, 0. T.
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J -to l
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h
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of tho above- works. Thus : Four coplrs of iltack
wood, or of ono Review, will lx sent to ono ad
dress for $9; four copies of tho four Review oixl
Hlackwood for S:i0; ami so on.
I'oktaok. In all the principal Citlssan 1 towns,
th so works will U delivered, through AgenW,
feie of pottage. When sent br mall, the pistaga
to any part of tho United State will -i bill
tirenty-Jour etntt a year fur Hlackwood,' and
but lirtlce trntt a year for each of tho lleview.
Remittances ami communications should al
ways be addriMcd, iwist-rId, tn the publisberf,
LEONARD SCOTT & CO.,
nov!8 M Oold strict, New York.
'iBsOlH & COS EXPRESS.
Iictu-ccn Oregon, California, the Atlantic
States, and Eunijie.
HAVINO mado advantageous nrrangcmenU
with tho United States und I'aclno Mall
Steamship Companies for traiisjiortallon, wu aro
now prcpircd to forward Hold lhitt, flullion.
Utrir. Vatkumt Paretli ami Frrlicht. to and
from New York, New Orleans. San Francisco aut
Portland, and tbe principal towns of California
und Oregon.
Our regular Mcmi-moniniy r.xpres noiwrm
Portland and San Francisco, is dispatched by tho
l'acllla Mull Steamship Co.'s steamship Culumhla,
connecting at Han Francisco with our semi-monthly
Express to A'tw York and JVrw Orleans,
which Is dispatched regularly, on tholst and 10th
of each month by tho mall ntcsmcrs nnd In chargo
of nur own mexscugers, tnrnugu to destination.
Onr ExnreM I rum New York learus regularly
on tho nth and 2th of each month, also In chargo
of messengers.
Treature insured In tho liest New York Com
panies, or at Lloyd's In London, at tho option of
ihlppcrs.
Connecting Lines on tlio Atlantic Sido.
Xfu connect at New York with thu following
woll known lliii!, vlt ! The Jlmtritan t'spnts'
Company, running via IluUalo und Dunkirk to,
Cleveland, Sandusky, Cincinnati, St. Louis, To
ledo, Detroit, Chicago, Onlvna, oto.
The llarndtn Express tollostou, rhilodulphln,
Washington, etc.
J'ulltn, iriflltc Co.'s Vermont nnd Canada
Express j Davenport, Mason If Co.'s New Beiiforil
Express; Livingston, Wells f Co.'s Europion
Express; I yells, Fargo tf Co.'s
Omen Now York, No. 10, Wall st,; Now
Orleans, No. 11, Exchange Placo j San r ranc!so,
No. Ill, Montgomery street.
W. II. Uaiinhaiit As Co., Auewts.
1'oitland, 0., July iJi, 1U51. tf.