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A IJ VE Rt I SEMET S
G ood for A nna .—When Gov. Andrew
sent the Massachusetts girls to the Pacifio
coast, to supply the want-of femininity in
that region, he said that they need not
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
marry immediately, but could find plenty
to do in teaching the little children. Aura
Dickinson “ can’t see it. ” She says :—
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TO CHANGS OUR
“Where the little children were to come
from out of a population of ter« thousand
GALLAND, GOODMAN &
men, was more than she could imagine;
^d stock of Dry
butshe thought probably that Gov.Andrew,
Mo, ■ 129 Front
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being a man, night be able to do so.”
Opposite What Cheer House, Portland, Or- Fancy Goods’, Notions etc., eh
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“Tns M ailed H and ,”—All hope of
AVE just received, and are constant
; To? the Farmer, Machan fc,
justice or magnanimity from the dominant
’y f receiving the largest aav best se
de facto majorit/jo the North ppears to lected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE everybodyelse I We will seU yiud no mis-
be vain. They a<p in occupation of a po ever brought to this market, consisting of
sition which gives them great advantage
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1/** ’ Parties
Indebted either to
M Belcher or
and great power/and they will not will
to Belcher A Bird, will save costs by squar
ingly yield it up, while breaking through
ing their dilinquendies sobn. We mU8k
the Constitution can enable thepa to re
BOOTS AND STIO1ÇS,
money—C%nt coin it, so must rely upon the ?
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d to us to raise
They but too well know and feel that if
HATS AND CAPS,
once the free voice of all the States can
it. ; A. hintito tho w la shoulu be sufficient.
YANKEE NOTIONS an » CROCKERY.
prevail, and a legal Congress be once as
BELCHER 4 BIRD.
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sembled, their presept wrecking of the
• Also a large stock-of
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Constitution will be terribly avenged; and
| Xew G«< h 1 s s, . New Arrange- j
how best to avail of the opportunity whieh
their artificial and illegal majority affords And many other articles too numerous to
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them for fabricating a new Constitution mention. Being favored by having a resident
(which shall condone their crime against
the old one, and accomplish their vengence for Cash, wo are enabled to sell goods as
CHEAP AS ART nOUSE IN TOWN.
on the unconstitutionally excluded States)
Th re fore we would respectfully invite the 0LEM
KLES of 4« House lof ECKLES
is the one great object now before the public to call snd examine our stock before
“ Rump Congress ” of America. The purchasing elsewhere.
& BURBANK in Lafayette, begs leave to say
The Highest Cash Price paid for all kinds
prospect is a gloomy one for ‘ American
to his old Customers and nil concerned, that
patriots. A great despotism;
bas arisen of Produce.
he is on hajid at the old 3tan d wjth a better
upon the ruins of the republic Washiog- 4''uMT.
ton founded.— Dublin paper.
General assortment of Goods than is usually
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Our .. Motto
SALES AND SMALE sell far
ready pay as Iqw as the sam$
A N ew W ord —“ P hotogram
profits ,” and no humbug.
had in PortlaivL , ■ 1// d
,correspondent.pr >poses to rectify a mani
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SIC, MUSIC BOOKS) STRINGS,
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fest error introduced of late years into our
language, in the progress of invention.—
“ Photograph ” has a termination devoted
to the verb active, or otherwise to the
name of the agent; “ photogram” is the
proper form for the name ?f the effeat or
product. The suggestion is unimpeach
able. The same argument by which the
introduction of the word “ telegram ” was
successfully enforced requires us to accept
“photogram.” We might as’properly
speak of sending a telegraph ns of buying
Both are abhorrent to
classical order. The reason is, that graph
is- the root of the present active—to write,
or, using the participle passive—written,
or substantively, anything written.— Sci
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D uring the trial of a case in the Su
preme Court the other day, a recess oc
curred, during which the judge, counsel '
and client.- indulged in nonsense appropri
ate to the occasion. At last one of the
suitors propounded the following conund
rum : “ Why does a lawyer entbr on, con •
tinue in, and ut last abandon jhis profes
sion ?” No one could give a reasonable
reason for all this, except the judge, who
said that he entered on the legal pro-
fe sion with an enthusiastic uesire to en
force justice on all sides; continued in it
to make a fortune, and finally abandoned
it in disgust This was voted good, but it
was not an answer to the conundrum ; aoci
the suitor being called upon said the rea
son a lawyer enters upon his profession is,
that he may “get on,” that he continues
it to get* honort and finally abandons it to
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A M oivtst P etition .—In the Illinois
Legislature, January 28, says an exchange,
a petition was presented from the grand
jury of the U. 8. Court of the Southern
District of Illinois, in which the petitioners
set forth that they were but illy recom
pensed for their valuable service, that their
pay was low and their expenses high, and
they requested that they be given one pen
knife, not to pxceed $500, one gold pen,
one set of jewelry for each of their wives,
fifty copies of the daily papers, or their
equivalent in money, $75 worth of station
ery, $50 in money to defray their ex
penses 4n visiting tho penltentia'ry, and
free passes over all the railroads in the
State. The petition was preferred'
referred to the
/^r-krtr* Wk 1 4 r AA
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Committee on Swamp and . Overflowed
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S end a P aper H ome .—Why do not
our people understand bow much a paper
from this coast is appreciated by their
friends in the Atlantic States; especially
if it is published in their immediate neigh
borhood. Most people neglect the duty
of writing to their Eastern relatives and
friends, while a newspaper sent to their
address, is a weekly I letter
in your subscript ion ■< with
the address of your frieo-ls, and we will
guarantee that the paper goes straight
home to gladden the heart and refresh the
memory of some one yon respect and love.
The expense is but trifling, and you will'
never miss it— Oregon Sentindl
ression, quickness of action, durability and
quality of keeping in tune.
tVSjRY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED PERFECT.
E. G. RANDALL,
Cor. First and Alder st«., next door to
Post Office, Portland.
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Wa gon and Seat Springs,sNuts
and Washers, Thimble Skeins,'
Cumberland Coal, Haying Tools,
, and Snaths, Grain Cradles, > Hay
Forks, Mechanics’ Tools of the best quality
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manufacturers of the celebrated
D BBIN ^BORSE NAILS.
JACOB »UNDERHILL 4C0.
100 Front street, Portland.
HAYWARD, COLEMAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery, Lamps, Oils
GLASS, CHINA, AND PLATED
; 5’ WARE,
Lampe, Chandeliers, Chimneys,
1 , Lard,
Tanners’ Oil, ■
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37 F ront S trebt , P ortlak P, and
414 Front st,, San Francisco.
W anted .
A.F. and A. M.
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Of Wool I
OR WHICH WE will pay the HIGHEST
■ AND MUSIC BOOKS.
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party in power
Smiths’ Bellows, Anvils, Vises,
T he Springfield Republican says: “ Our
Minister in Chili, Gen. Kilpatrick, is often'
picked up, an
in the stieete
sheets of Santiago,
drunk, and is described as a druken black
guard.” This very bad specimen of the
genui homo is the friend of Gov. Ward, of
New Jersey, through whose influence he
received the post which he so infamously
fills. He is a representative man of a class
of wretches who hive been brought to the
surfaoe, from the deepest slums, by the
Hardware, Iron, Steel,
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JACOB-UNDERHILL & CO
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W oof ' & • SiMm0n
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States, as to their superiority over all others,
in quality an<f volume of tone, capacity for ex-
the most eminent musicians of .the United
and have received the written testimony
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commendation from the musical profession,
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These instruments have elicited the highest
Gold Medal Piano Forte* .
ulien P braul
brau Ü >,
t , Dr. of Medicine, of
D r r . J ulien
the Faculty of Paris, Graduate of the Uni
versity Queen’s Collegi
College, sud Physician of
the St. John Baptiste JSociety of San Fran-
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Dr. Perrault has pleasure to inform pa
tients vnd others seeking confidential medical
advice, that he can be consulted daily at his
office, Armory Hall Building, North East C<>r.
Montgomery and Saeraiuento streets, Sau
Francisco. Rooms N03. 9, 10,11, first floor,
up stairs, entrence, either on Montgomery or
D r . P errault ’ s studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cure of the various
forms» of Nervous and physical debility, the
result* of injurious habits acqui ed in youth,
which usually . terminate in impotence and
sterrility, and permanently induce ail the
concomitants of old age. Where a secret in*
firmity exists involving the happiness of a
arid that cf others, reason and^morality
dictate the necessity of its removal, for it is
a fact that premature decline of the vigor of
fod, matrimonial unhappiness, coinpul-
tingle life, etc., have their sources in
caused, the germ of whiph is planted in early
life, and the bitter fruit tasted long afterward.
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Remember tho place, opposite the What
est mar* Patients laboring under this complaint will
complffia of one or mpre of the following
ket price, i f ?
symptoms: Nocturnal Emissions, palps in the
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Back and Head, Weakness
Weak pess of memory,
We guarantee entire satisfaction, or
Having purchased our stock
Sight, discharge front the Uretha on going to
sale. Try üs and convince yourselves.'
thereby avai Img ourselves of the very best ' st<M)l
water, the Intellectual fa<T-
Bargains in i $e Market, and having deterin unties are i Weakened,
GALLAND, GOODMAN & CO.,
.. vunv.««v., «^v.f.0
u < vu > vij VllOUUOy
«<3 is a a rlminziltrt*
to sell only 1
129 Front street, Portland
tion to attend to business, or even to reading,
Enabled to ffer Inducements to Customers Writing or the society of friends, etc. '1 he pa
such as have frever bee if Offered in Lafayette tient will probably complain of Dizziness,
Vertigo, and that sight and hearing are
before. Pic $e give us a trial, .
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if r !• i ’I i 1 II I ' L,: Weakened end sleep disturbed by dreams,
Burhank. melancholy, sighing, palpitations fainting*,
T I N W ARE!
coughs and slow fever ; while some have’ex
io » k I860.
ternal rheumatic pains, and numbness of the
Some of the mos| common symptoms
are pimples in the faee, and aching in differ
SEW AN» SELES»!»
ent parts of the body, patients suffering from
this disease should apply immediately ;0 D r
P errault , either in person or by letter, as
ROBINSON & LAKE, of the above pop.
he will guarantee a
e oi ¿^mlnal Emissions
ana impotence in ¿ix to eight weeks.
patients suffering from Venereal disease
ular Establishment, Thankful fer the Libera
any stage,. Gonorrhoeja,
oe.'i, Gleet, $trictu
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patronage extended them by-the public of
Bubo Ulcers, CutaneOs
'UtaneOs Eruptions, etc., will
lessfully. All Sypiiilitic
be treated successfully.
YAMHILL, Washington and Polk Counties
Mercurial Taints entire jy
y removed from the
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would announce that they arà prepared to
saying^to BUlLDjERS find others that
D r P erault ’ s diploi mas are ip his office,
they are prepared at all times to Furnish
where patients can see e f< for themselves that*
show to Customers a superior assortment oi
are under the dire of a regularly educated
practioner. The best referei^^ given if
TIN-WARE, STOVES and all and singular
Patients suffering under chronic disease
the Goods and wares of superior pattern and
can call and examine for themselves. We in
vite investigation ; claim riot to know every
quality, usually found in a First Class house.
thing, nor loeure everybody, but we do claim
verything in the
that in all cases taken under treatment we
Remember the EMIGR a N^ TIN and
fulfill our promises. We particularly request
STOVE Store, Front st., PORTEND. Next
those who have tried this boasted doctor, and
that advertised physician, till they are worn
door to B<bee’ 8.
out and discouraged, to ca 1 upo . us.—Low
charges and quick Cure«.
Ladies suffering from any Complaint in*
Of a Quality Bot surpassed in Oregon, if cidental to their sex, can consult the doc*
tor with the assurance of relief.
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AND FAMILY GROCERY. indeed
FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS.
Our Mill is situated on i Panther Creek
I» SIMPSON keeps a first class Fami-,
• ly Grocery in Lafayette Where can be
10 utiles wed; of LAFA YETTE, and 1
D r P errault is the only agent in Califor
at all times found all the staple articles in the
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L; '■ ’ ’ ‘11. Ill ’ nia for Dr Biot’s Female monthly pills. Their
Family supply line, besides
/ sufrouded by k dense Forest of large clear
immense sale has established their reputation
Miscellaneous Assortment of
and Tender Yellow Fir<; also Cedar and 4as a female remedy, unapproached and far in
.1 uable Timber abound in advance of every other remedy for suppres
USEFUL AND LUXURIOUS ARTICLES. much other
ions and irregularities, pnd other obstruc
in females.! On receipt of five dollars
Fancy Soaps, Soaps of all kinds, Candies
will be sent by mail or express to
and Licorice, pipes, pens and Inks, powder
We ftrnish I
the world, secure from damage or
Caps, Shot and Bar Lead, Letter paper, fancy
and plain, Envelopes, plain and Unqy, Oysters
a distance can be cured at
and Sardines, Canned Fruits of all kinds,
home, by addressing a lette ifrso DR. P errault ,
Fiuest Wines. r
« Montgomery sts.,
Best brands Whiskys and Brandies,
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Box 978, P. 0. San
Hostetter, Hoofland and Drake Bitters.
or tor Inside ^faiahing gurposeq to Pine Francisco, stating the ci *as® as minutely as
possible« general habits of living, occupation
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11 communications confidential.
TOBACCO, SMOKING AND OHEWING OT
; We solicit itrial, and guaratee satisfai
The Best Quality
The Best Remedy For
CIGARS, etc., etc. tion.
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the Blood, Strengthening the
the lost Appetite, is
FRESE S HAMBURG TEA.
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It is the best preservative against almost any
A general variety of the leading proprieta Lafayette, NovJ
if used timely; Composed of herbs
ry remedies constantly on band.
only, it can be giver» safely to infanta. Full
directions in English, French Spanish and
German, with every package. TRY IT!
For sale at all the wholesale and rata’
AND RE-fAlRING 8H OP
irug stores and groceries.
_. Axle Grease.
EDWARDS inTorms all
EMIL FRESE. Wholesale Druggist,
Also an assortment of pockej I CUTLERY,
Sole Agent, 410 Clay street,
• Whom- it inay concern,”
razors and STRAPS, besides a ger^i
business of manufacturing and
Assortment of Tinware,
ette , in the buboes
and many useful and ornamental articles too I WAGONS, nACKS, COACHES AND BUGQIES
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numerous to mention. Give me a call and
•An experieqfc of many years on this coast
A. O. PHILIPS, D,
make a purchase.
R. L. SIMPSON.
in the ljta8ineRji, enables him to assure patrons
Lafayette, July 81,1866-ly. *..!
ou|d invite attention to his improved
that be unddrsta." ids
’ what it requires to make
Facilities for Dental work,
or repair jobs in Ms line in a manner to stand
in a style not to be
through all our i tried seasons - lie will take
in exchange for nis work wagon timber and
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^iext to our lives, liberties and approving
lumber.? He vfM its Spokes, Felloes, Tbngir s.
LAFAYETTE LODGE, NO. 3,
Axles/4c., for w Rich he wilt allow the mar consciences, nothing is more conducive to
health than a good set of idt-tb.
Free and Accepted Masons.
Ho!' to every one that cateth^Ccmc! an
the 14-' and 3rd
n who have no money con}e— as a^on asyo
Meets in Lafayttte on
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Friday of each month, at half past 6 in the
” For the
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F you are in waot of t superior WASH
Are loud in their wai •»Iff,
Brethren of the order, in good standing are
NG TUB, 1 irge or small, can be o'c.
Since their hieh prices i aro boldly assailed
iovited to attend. GEO. H
comm oda ted a ' SIMPSON’S F amily
The Totblesfi look up
H. W. A ltjw , See’y.
G rociit S tob
Matrons & Maids show joy in
OLE AGENT FOR THE CELEBRA-
ted Mason & »Hamlin Cabinet Organ.*
The best instrument of the kind in the
worm. Also, Agent for Steinway & Son’s"
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would respectfully call the aftention
of Choir Leaders and Singing School
esUbhcbmen^ wbeie all
kinds of Church Mu^ic, Glee and Anthem
Books can be obtained on the most favorable
The long experience of Mr. P erkins in
Musical Conventions, Choirs, the Concert
Room and Sunday School enables him to
gwe advice and information on all points of
muricRl interest as to the selection of proper
works of instructions, formation of Musical
Schools—progress in musical studies, and
items of geueral interest to composers, lead
ers, teachers and students. •
Sheet Music furnished ou tlier usual terms»
with promptness and dispatch. Country or
ders solicited—and selectioos mado for pu
pils, teachers, concerts. &b., &o,
Will be True to Me, . T. E Perkins BCtets^
The Orphan Wanderer,
The Rose Bush.
Fairy • f the Wildwood. H. A. Brown BOcts.
Memory, (for Baritone,)
Four of any of the above will be forward
ed on receipt of one dollar.
tSriend far a Circular.
BROVVN de PERKINS.
v2 nlO ly
Broome-st., Nejw York City -
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Fiupire -Shuttle Sewing
ARE SUPERIORTTO ALE OTHERS;.
For Family and Manufacturing Purpose*.
Agents wanted. Address*
EMPIRES. . M. CO.
d IQ ly
616 Broad Iway, N. Y
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