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Gruff, busy March, the servant of the Year,
t Has done his work, and growling h,js he
: gone; . v..
All swept JsNature's house, this birthday
Of her who now comes tripping o'er the
Propping green shadows -on the '.grass so
sere, ...... . .vy ; . ' '
That smiles with, fancy to again be bora
And soothe the .eye with promise of sweet
- cheer. ' . .. ".
Gay, tender April,
dear Nature's fairest
She leads in beauty Summer's lovely train ;
Modest and coy and half as if in pain
," To be awakened from her sle?p again,
With eyes just ope and manner partly, wild,
Pouting, in gentle tears, down drops the
- rain, . . . . -
And, ere she has done weeping, she has
j, . smiled. . ; - -
Give her good welcome, and eager let us hail
Her coming whom the Earth doth dearly
O'er which she broods, as gentle nursing
uove ....... , ...
Covers her young, and from the skies
She draws sweet influence, and a lover's tale.
The birds do sing, as in the air they rove
' Or 'long the margin of the lakelet sail.
With glittering promise all is fairly bright;
The shrinking flower now doth burst the
It sought 'gainst "Winter; the flocks do
roam a-lield ;
The busbandmad -prepares his seed to
Its hundred fold ; no more the people fight,
And all the horrid scars of war are healed,
And God doth smile upon our just delight.
California, and Oregon CompaKU.
Jlev. S. C. Adams," of Yamhill
county, Iras been stopping at San
Josf "California, the, past Winter, and
under date of February 22, writes to
the Register as follows:.
In my brief sojourn in this State,
I have endeavored, with as much im
partiality as fallible man can control,
to acquaint myself from actual obser
vation and reliable information, with
all the desirable elements that go to
make up what are termed " the ad
vantages of California," in order that
lor my own satisfaction "I might ap
proximate a correct '"comparison be
tween tln3 and my own adopted State.
Ad-without entering a verdict, only
iiermif.me to state, in. brief a few of
the findings" of the "facts" upon
which my conclusions have been
Your perfect familiarity with Ore
gon, however,will render urmicessary
much, perhaps save an apparent. ex-
parte statement of those important
features that, from a comparative
etand point, bave conspired to shape
the conclusions ot my mind.
The clinSate'of California is certain
ly warmer than that of Oregon.
There has' as yet, been but ten or
twelve light frosts, (at night) not
cold enough, however, to freeze the
ground in the least, or even injure
the many beautiful gardens and pleas
ure grounds of green shrubbery and
flowers. While snow, or hard freez
ing are quite unknown in this valley.
We have had some eight or ten days
of moderate rain, which, in their
cloudy, foggy, misty aspect have been
" powerful7' reminders of the " Web
foot5' country. When not raining,
the sun usually shines warm and
clear. Gardening and transplanting
of trees are. now engaging attention,
while farming is in a high state of
successful operation. But to say that
it is here warmer or colder than else
where, does not necessarily imply
that this the most desirable or the
better country. The same might be
said of Africa or of Greenland, and
prove nothing in its favor as an ele
ment of future greatness. Looking
at that zone that in the history of the
world has developed men, nations
and empires, the only pertinent ques
tion to be considered is, wehther Or
egon or California upproxiniates near
er to that standard of temperature
necessary to success. I think in the
examination, to say the least, Oregon
will lose nothing. The history of
the world has been that as you ap
p roach the tropics, indolence and ef
leminacy are superinduced, and the
cool, bracing air of Oregon is a hap.
-py medium between the extremes of
beat and cold, and can only be a
point of objection to either the lova
lid or the indolent.
To sav that the soil of California
is richer than that of Oregon, in that
it is better abapted to the growth of
vegetables, grapt-s and vegetation, of
either a tropical character would,
perhaps, bear admission, but to claim
that it is superior for the production
of those staple articles, which are the
foundation of substantial prosperity.
weaun ana commerce, would be rath
' er uncertain and doubtful, and admit
of a cot unequal or hazardous con
test, by a comparison of those prov
ducts Two things in the agricultu
ral department strike the visitor here
with surprise. The beautiful and nu
tntious "timothy liny" that abounds
in such quantities in Oregon, and the
r . l. t t
granaries ot-uie iuw -uaney oav are
never seen here. ''Wheat hay" or
. "wild oat' and "barley" are almo
the exclasive horse feed hprv
But I opine that the objection that
- tire soil of Oregon;, is not sufficiently
productive will ixot be urged by any
one familiar with it. Ihe want of a
easy and convenient market is know
to be the only embarrassment.
timber. f- :-
The almost total absence of timber
valleys or in sight upon the hills (ex
cept in places some scraggy oaks,
suitable for fael only) is a Tery no
ticeable feature to an Oregonian.
Good and available timber mast be
regarded as a very desirable if not
necessary element to a country's pros
perity. And when I think of the
beautiful forests of Oregon, purifying
the air with a fragrant aroma, no
wonder that Oregon can boast' of its
health, and its peculiar adaptation to
the raising tall grains and tall timber.
Bat Oregon has been a frontier State;
peopled with pioneers striving to
thrust in the great'plowshar'e of civi
lization. We have waited long, but
I now discover in the dawning vista
of a promising future, a rapid inarch
to a development of prosperity, re
markable and glorious. Let us be
sober, wise and diligent, but wait.
S. C. ADAMS.
The trees are now budding forth
in t'jeir - kxuriance. and the earth is
putting on its robe of beautiful spring
flowers. "The earth is full of His
We are veiy sorry to see the
California Farmer working in the ins
terest of the grain speculators this
S5All citizens of Oregon who desire
to inform their friends in the old States of
the condition and progress of thi3 State,
can have no more complete and compre
hensive volume of facts to send them than
by subscribing1 for this journal, and hav
ing us mail it weekly to their friends. We
mail it as directed. For $5 00 paid in ad
vance, we mail two copies of the Enter
prise one year. Send the paper to friends
in the East.
One copy one year $3 00
Two copies one year. . . 5 00
Four copies six months 5 00
Eight copies, three months 5 00
j3T Newspapers, by enhancing the
value of property in their neighborhood.
and giving the locality in which they are
published a reputation abroad, benefit all,
particularly if they are merchants or real
estate owners, thrice the amount yearly of
the sum they pay for their support. Be
sides, every'spirited citizen has a laudable
pride in having a paper of which he is not
ashamed, even tnongn ne snouiu picis it
up in New York or Washington. A good
looking, thriving, live newspaper helps to
sell property, gives character to the lo
cality, and in all respects is a desirable
public convenience. It, from any cause,
the matter in the local or editorial columns
should not be quite up to your standard,
do not cast it aside and pronounce it of no
account, until you are satisfied that there
has been no more labor bestowed upon it
than is paid for. If you want a good read
able sheet, it must be supported. The
loHiAl press is the ' power that moves the
29 Some say that it is no use tor them
to advertise, that they have been in the
place in business all their lives, and every
body knows them. Such people seem to
forget to take in consideration that our
country is increasing in population nearly
40 per cent, every tea years, and no mat
ter how old the place may be, Ihere are
constant changes taking place ; some
move to other parts, and strangers fill
their places. In this age of the world. un
less the name of a business firm is kept
constantly before the public, some new
firms may start up, and. by liberally ad
vertising, in a very short time take the
place of the older ones, and the latter rust
out. as it were, and be forgotton. No
man ever lost money by judicious adver
B exe fits of Advertising. Mr. Parvin,
the extensive advertising agent, -writes :
The necessity of a thorough but judi
cious system of advertising was never so
orcibly impressed upon my mind as it bas
been within the last few weeks, although
have studied advertising closely for
eighteen years. V ith my customers, those
who have advertised largely, and have not
curtailed the amonnt of their advertising
through the stringency ot the money mar
ket, have, to my surprise, paid up in lull
romptly as accounts become due, but not
so with those who have curtailed and ad
vertised sparingly. They find it difhcult
to settle small accounts.
George D. Prentice, the veteran editor
of the Louisville Journal, says, in the same
We have been carrying on the Louisville
Journal thirty-seven years, and during all
tins time we have known no man oi uusi
ness in the city to fail who advertised lib-
rally. And we have known no one to
ueced in any considerable, if even a re
spectable degree, who didn t advertise
An advertisement in a newspaper is me
a sign-board in a street It is placed there
n each instance to let tne puouc Know
hat such articles of traffic are to be
lad within the place of business so de
scribed. Two considerations, and two
onlv are to be looked to in both cases.
The first has reference to the style of the
sign-bcard or advertisement; for it is de
sirable to have it unique and attractive so
that it may be as conspicuous to the pub
lic eve as possible. The second has refer
ence to its location; shall it be hung out
in a principal thoroughfare or upon a by
way" Thus one enterprising dealer builds
or rents an imposing house upon a crowd
ed street and covers it with decorations
and" gay signs, at great cost. Of course, it
pays him. "lie likewise, following up the
same line of reasoning, advertises exten
sively, which is no less expensive. He se
lects the best location he can witnout re
gard to expenses; he selects the most pop
ular newspaper, lo make money eccord-
mg to ibis principle of business, money
must be speut. Enterprise cannot stop to
count pennies. . .It -has not tne tune to do
so. It can make more by looking after
large gains and leaving the lesser items to
take care of themselves as they will do
when great profits are made. It takes the
prominent avenue of transit, picks the
best house on it, and throws in its adver
tising bill as so nv-ny additional and ne
cessary sign-boards put before the eyes of
the. public, the only difference being that
the public will not Pee the actual sign
board unless it passes by it, while the met
aphorical . sign-board placed in the col
umns of a widely circulated newspaper,
goes after the public, seeks it out, hnnts it
down to its private walks and ways, and
compels it to be observant in spite of itself.
Hence the value which sagacious com-
t nicrce sets upon advertising.
1P: ; EM! MM! !
- : IN OKEOON CITY.
THE P. T. COMPANY'S STEAMERS, AND THOSE OF
T HE OPP OSITIO N; LI NE S ,
ARE STILL RUNNING, IN ADDITION TO WHICH
WE WILL SOON HAVE THE RAILWAY CARS. ALL op WHICH
WILL CONTINUE TO BRING THE LATEST STYLES OF
GOODS, AND THE BEST QUALITIES TO ACKERMAN,
AT THE OLD STAND, MAIN St., OREGON CITY.
I DESIRE TO SAY TO THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE
ONE OF THE COM PLETEST S TOCKS OF FALL AND WINTER
GOODS EVER BROUGHT TO THE MARKET, WHICH I AM
SELLING AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST !
J will say, COME ONE, COME ALL, and satisfy yourselves that it is so. I have
received one of the largest stocks ever brought to this market, anticipating a brisk fall
trade, and I am determined that the goods shall be sold. My stock consists in part
of a fine assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS. BALMORALS, FURS of various descriptions ;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sacks :
KID GLOVES, best quality ;
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, all widths :
BOOTS AND SHOES : HATS AND CAPS : CLOTTIING ;
FINE BLACK DRESS SUITS :
CASSIMERE SUITS ;
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS ;
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities.
A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a large stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
At Charman & Wai iitr's old Stand.
All kinds of Produce Bought.-. j3RAG3 WANTED.
. SPECIAL NOTICES.
JSiultnomali "Lodge No. 1, A. I . ami
A. M. Holds its regular communi-
:f cations on the First and Third Sat
f r urdays in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2uth of .September to the 20th ol
March, and 71 o'clock from the 2th of Marcli
to the 20th of September. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of W. M.
Oregon. Lodge IVo. 3, I. O. of O. F.--
i&glg!- Meets every Wednesday even
inS at 7 o'clock, in Masonic Hall
' Main street.
Members of the Order are invited to -atten
"Willamette Lodge No. 151. O. Ci. T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited t-C
attend. By order of W. G. T.
JOB PRI5TL(S NEATLY EXECTTT
ed at the ENTERPRISE" OFFICE.
B. L. STONE,
Adjusted and Repaired in the best
Manner, and Yv'arranted.
Ho. Ill Front st., Portland.
G. A. HAAS, Frcprietor.
MAIN STREET, Oregen Ciiy.
The above named popular re
soit has been thoroughly renovat
ed and repaired during the past season and is
now open to the pnblic, fully complete in all
its appointmets. Two of the
Best BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
llave been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention ot the lovers ot tnis
popular amusement to them.
THE BAR IS S UPPLIED
With all the. choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch. Irish and Bourbon already
tamous, lor not wnisKies and I'uncn.
iKS" Families supplied.
HOT CO FFEE A ND O YSTERS,
At ah hours for the convenience of pntrona
JPitlEltlBIg-, JPaliat III s;
China Glossing. Imitations
Of all kinds
Wood asacl Mso'blc !
Executed as teell as can be done on tlie Pacific
Comst. Examine our work and Judge for
j6SEvery order attended to with care and
expedition, c. Jt:. jsivkhax.
West Door Ralston's Brick,
Main st., Oreffon City
ANDREW WILL13. WJI. BROCGUTOJf
WILLIS Sr. BRQUGHT0N.
Having pnrchased the interest jfi
rf R Cram In t.hft wpll tnnwn fm???:
LI VER Y S TABLE SOj
One door west of Excelsior Market. Oregon
City, announce that they will at all times
keep good horses ard carriages to let, at
reasonable rates, horses bought and sold
or kept by the day or week.
Main Street, Oregon City.
M. BKOWN, Proprietor, thankful for past
favors, solicits a continuance of the same,
FliEE L UNCI! DA IL Y,
And the very best qualities of Wines, Liquors
and .. i ears.
Pigs' Feet, Tripe, Herring, Oyster
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY.
HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, &c.
Main Street, Oregon City
J. F. Miller & Co., Proprietors
The proprietors of the above Hotel take
;reat pleasure in announcing to the public
t.tiut they have made arrangements to keep a
irst. class house tor the traveling public, afid
jope to receive a share of their patronage.
The House is at a very convenient distance
lorn either landing of the steamboats, and
ear the center of business.
MAIN STREET. OREGON CITY
The Proprietors of this well known
L ilouse renew their thanks to the public for
the patronage herelofore so libera lv bestow
ed. Having enlarged and newly furnished
our house, we claim to possess accommoda
tions in every respec t interior to no House in
the btate. WHITE & KI10ADE8,
Feb. 13, 1SG9. Proprietors.
formerly Arngoni s,
JKjr lne undersigned respectfully an
nounce that having purchased this widely
known and well kept hotel, they are now
prepared to offer superior accommodations
to the traveling public at greatly reduced
prices.- this hotel is located nearest tue
The hotel coach will be in attendance to
convev passengers to and lrom tue nuuse
Iree ot charge.
W. It. SEW ALL, GEO. B. COOK,
Corner of First and Morrison streets,
Tha best and most comfortable Hotel in the
State, where every want is anticipated,
and cheerfully supplied. Warm and
cold Baths attached to the house.
This Hotel is located near the steamship
Landing. The Hotel Coach will be in at
tendance at all the Landings, to convey
passengers and baggage to and from the
house free of charge.
JONH C. DORCY,
SAMUEL 1). HOLMES,
yHAT CHEER HOUSE.
Nos. 12G, 128 and 130 Front street,
The undersigned having taken this well
known house, solicit increased patronage
from the traveling public. The ilouse has
lately been refitted, and the proprietors are
now aoie to oner adaitional inducements to
their patrons. The table will be furnished
with the best market affords, and be under
tne immediate supervision of the proprietors
Kooms well turmshed and well ventilated.
A large fire-proof safe for the deposit of
valuables. Baggage taken to the hotel free
of charge. Board per week b 00
Board and lodging " fGtoSOO
According to the room occupied.)
Nothing will be left undone, which is in
the power of the proprietors to render guests
eomfortable. LiO.NS, Ll-O.NAHU & Co.,
(late LINCOLN HO USE,)
3fe. 84: Front street, Portland Oregon.
L. P. W. QUIMBY, Proprietor,
(Late of Western Hotel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
State, newly furnished, and it will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comtortable. Ibe Baggage W agon will al
ways be found at the landng on the arrival
of steamships and river boats, carrying bag
gage to the house free of charge
Main street, one door North of ihe
Lincoln Bakery, Oregon City.
B. P. Newman, -........ Proprietor.
The proprietor is now prepared to furnish
the public with Hot Coffee, Oysters. P;gs-feet,
Game and Fih, at H hours of the day.
Boarders wili be accommodated at
$5 00 per week. Give me a call and you shall
go away satisfied. t
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar-
Aa good as can be obtained anywhere In the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
JUSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
tion, for sale at the EyjERretj&B oce
CBAS, HODGE. .CHAS. E. CALEF . . GEO. W. SXELL.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DEUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
Varnishes, brushes, painters
Materials, ana Druggists' Sundries.
97 Front Street,
OIL CLO T H S ,
PAPER - HA NGINGS,
LACE- CURTAINS, &c, &c.
We Would Call the attention of par
ties fitting irp houses, or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
ONE OF THE COMPLETEST
On the JPacilae Coast !
0w Goods being specially selected at
the Factories in England and the
Eastern Stales, we can sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. 89 Front street, between Alder
and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
W. A. ALDRICn. J. C. MERRILL. JOHN M CRAKEM
M'CRAKEN, MERRiLL& CO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
AGENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
Hawaiian and Oi egon Packet Lines.
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Collee,
liice, and Pulu.
Agents for Provost s & Co. s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, Pickles and Vinegar.
Dealers in Flour, Grait. Uacon, Lard &.
Fruit, Lime, Cement and Plaster.
W ill attend to the Purchase, Sale or Ship
ment of Merchandise or Produce in New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland.
ALDRICH, MERRILL & CO.,
Nos 204 and 206 California Street,
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
16 North Front Street, Portland.
EAST & CAUALIN.
New Stock of Boots and Shoes
Best Selection in the City !
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Benkert's, Tirrell's, Fogg's,
Houghton & Coolidge's. Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of gents' and boys'
wear. Also Mile's, Sieberlieh's, Burt's,
San Francisco and custom-made ladies and
Our customers and the public in general
are invited to call and examine our stock,
which we will sell cheaper than ever.
P. S. Boots made to order, and an assort
ment of our make constantly on hand.
Philadelphia Boot and Shoe Store,
112 Front Street, opposite Barman Bros.,
MAKE YOUR HOMES
HOW CAN WE DO IT?
Shanahan & Co s
HnjsncB mi id Am
Ol. LLEBY !
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
And buy a few of those Lovely Pic
tures, icluch will furnish your
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PINE ENGRA VINGS,
rrHE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
JL of Engravings, Cromos, Plain and col-
in this market, just received and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Views of Columbia River Scenery!
Constantly on hand.
JJILDBURGH, BROS., & Co.
D. H. HILD BURGH, )
. LOUIS EINSTEIN. Portland.
L. HILD BURGH , t-an Francisco.
Importer ami IVJuAesale Dealers in
All Kinds of Cognacs 2
Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Rum, Gin, Domestic Liquors, Wines,
&c, $'C. SrC.
P OR TL AIT DOpposit Failings. Front
Street, nest door to A. B. KjcharcLjon'd'.
POR TLAND B US1NESS.
Dry Goods and Clothing,
119 Front Street (In Whites New Block,)
IS NOW OPENING A NEW AND EXTEN
sive stock Goods in the above line, and
Plain and Changeable Dress Silks;
Silk and Wool Poplins;
All Wool Poplins and Tartan Plaids;
and a large variety of other Dress Good3.
Gents' and Boys' Cnstom-mada
and Ladtes' and Gents' Under Wear and
Furnishing Goods, which buyers
ere invited to call and inspect.
9.) JOHN WILSON.
OIPORTATIOKS ! !
Just received and placed in the wareroems,
HURGREN & SHiNDLER !
166, 168, 170, 172
First street, corner of Salmon,
PARLOR SETS IN TERRY,
IN PLUSH, AND IN HAIR-CLOTIL
New Ornamental Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment f
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
Lounges and Spring beds.
The trade supplied with goods
in original packages, on reasonable
HURGREN & SHINDLER.
IRON WORKS COMPANY!
North Front and E sts..
BOILER BUI LDERS.
rpiIKSE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
JL bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and efficiently.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years gives
mm a thorough knowledge ot the various
kinds of machinery required for minine: and
milling purposes. We are prepared to exe
cute orders lor all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING PUMPS ! !
&C, &C, "&C.,
Manvfactvrt and Repair Machinery of all
Auids. JJiOJV SJ1 UTTER WORK at San
Francisco cost and freight. WketUr t& Rau
daWs PaUnt Grinder ani Amaloamntr.
Dunbar's and Steven's Self Adjusting Patent
Piston Packing, either applied to old or new
steam cylinders. Quartz Stampers, Shoes and
aies.ij tne oest naratron.
33 J. DR.
F. OPITZ, PROPRIETOR,
FIRST STREET, PORTLAND,
Bet. Washington and Stark sts.
ALL KINDS AND QUALITIES OF
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
Will always be sold below San Francises
pi ices, m oraers promptly attended to
First st., Portland. Oregon.
A LARO-E INVOICE OF NEW
" Sunday School and Gift Boot !
T7ROM THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIB
jl iy ana
Various other Publishina Ilousps t
F or sale by the subscriber, on Jefferson st.
Between ja ana 3d, Portland, Oregon.
G. II. ATKINSON, Secretary,
2.11 and Tress. Oregcn Tract Society.
O In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of Clackamas
The People's Transportation Company pdjn'
tiff es. Archibald McKmlay, Sarah J. McKin
lay, Thomas Lowe, D. P. Thompson, Mary R
Thompson, John D. Dement, Mary J. Dement
A. L- Lovejoy, Elizabeth Lovejoy, J. D. De
ment and W. C. Johnson, executors of the
estate of W. C. Dement deceased and the
Willamette Steam Navigation Company, je
To Archibald McKinlay, Sarah J. McKinlav
and Thomas Lowe, defendants : y
Whereas, the Hon. Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, lor Clackamas, upon due
proof as required by law on the. 5th day of
March 1869, ordered summons in the above
suit to be served upon defendants Archibald
McKinlay, Sarah J. McKinlay and Thomas
Lowe, by publication in the Oregon City En
terprise. Now, therefore; in the name of the
State of Oregon, You are hereby notified and
required to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above entitled action
with the Clerk of the above entitled Court
on the first day of the next term of the above
entitled Court, to be held at th city of Ore
gon City is said County of Clackamas, in fte
State f Oregon, on the Fourth Monday of
October, A. I). 1869, and if you fail to answer
for want thereof said complaint will be taken1
for confessed, and tbe Plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief prayed for in the
complaint and will take judgment and decree
against you, for such relief and costs ami
disbursements of suit.
MITCHELL, DO LPII & SUITI!,
9.7t) Attorney' ' for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of Clacka
mas, ss. Suit to dissolve the marriage
coutract. Leonora E. Daly, Plaintiff vs. Vil
liam J. L. Daly, Defendaut.
To William J. L. Daly mid Defendant :
In the name of the State ot Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear and answer
tbe complaint hied against you in the above
entitled -action, within ten days from the date
of the service of this Summons npon you, if
served within said County; or, if served in.
any other County of this State, then withir
twenty days from the date of the service of
this summons upon you; and if you fail to
answer, for want thereof the Plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded
in the said complaint; and whereas order
of publication of a summons has been made
by the Court in tbe above entitled suit, ia
pursuance of said order, you are further
notified that unless you appear in said Court
by the first day of the next term following
the expiration of six weeks publication of
this summons, said first publication beino
March 20th, 1S69, said next term commcuc"
ing May 10th, 18U9, the Plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in her said
complaint, which is that the bonds of matri
mony now existing between plaintiff and de
fendant be dissolved, and that plaintiff have
the care and custody of her infant son YU
Ham. S. HUELAT,
19.7t) Attorney for Plaintiff.
gTOCKIIOLDER'S MEETING. "
The annual meeting of the Stockholders
of the OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD
COMPANY, Salem, Oregon, will be held at
the office of the Company, at Saiem, on
Tuesday, April Gth, 1869,
As provided by the Bv Laws of the Company.
S. A. CLARKE,
Secretary O. C. R. R. Co.
Salem, Oregon. March 17. 18G9. (19.3t
To the creditors of the estate of Daniel
Tiullinger deceased. Notice is hereby given
by the undersigned Administrators of the
estate of DANIEL TRULLINGER. deceased,
o the creditors of and all persons having
tlaitns against said deceased, to exhibit tbe
same with the necesary vouchers, within six
months from the first publication of this notice
to the undersigned, at the fSce of D. M. Mc-
Kenney, in Oregon City, Clackamas county,
Oregon. Dated this th day of March. ISG0.
ELIZA BETH TRULLINGER,
NATHAN H. TRULLINGER,
French Medical Office
Dr. JULIAN PERRAULT,
Doctor of Medicine of the Faculty of
Pans, Graduate of the Univer
sity Queen's College, and
Physician of the St. John
Baptiste Society of
- San Francisco.
Dr. Perravlt has the pleasure to inforn
patients and others seeking confidential
medical advice, that he can be consulted at
us efhee, Armory Hall Building, Northeast
corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets,.
San Francisco. Rooms No. 9. 10. 11. first
floor, ftp stairs, entrance either on Most
goniery or Sacramento streets.
Pit. I errault s studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cure of the vari
ous forms of Nervous and Physical Debility,
the results of injurious habits acquired ia
youth, which usually terminate in impotence
and sterility, and permanently induce all tne
concomitants of old age. Where a secret in
firmity eijsts. involving the happiness of a
lite and tnat ot others, reason and mor
ality dictate the necessity of its removal, for
it is a fact that premature decline of the
vigor of manhood, matrimmiial unhappiuess,
compulsory single life. etc.,have theirsources
in causes, the germ of which is planted m
early life, and the bitter fruit tasted lone af
terwards ; patients, laboring under this com
plaint, will complain ot one or more of the
following symptoms: Nocturnal emissions.
pains in the back and head, weakness or
memory and sight, discharge from the Lre-
tha on going to stool, or making water, tne
intellectual faculties are weakened, loss of
memory ensues, ideas are clouded, and there
is a disinclination to attend to business, or
even to reading, writing,or society of friends,
etc. The patient will probably comp'ain of
dizxiness, vertigo, and that the sight and
hearing are weakened, and sleep clis
turrbed by dreams, melancholy, sighing,
palpitations, coughs ant slow fever; whil
some have external rheumatic pains, and
numbness of the body. Some of the most
common symptoms are pimples in the face,
and aching in different parts of the bocir.
Patients suffering from this disease should
apply immediately to Do. Perbaclt, either
in persons or by letter, and he will guaran
tee a cure of seminal weakness in six to
Patients suffering from venerial diseases
in anv stage, Gonorrhea Gleet, Sticture".
Bubo Ulcers, Cutaneous eruptions, etc., will
be treated successfully All Svnhillitic and
Mecurial Taints entirely removed from tte
Dr. Pesbaclt's diplomas are in his office,. Gfrtsl
where patients can see for themselves, that 'rjp
they ai e under the care oi a regularly educated' jJx-t-i
practitioner. The best references given if J
Patients suffering under chronic diseases,,
can crll and examine for themselves.
invite investigation; claim not to knew And
evervthing, nor to cure everybody, but we of bi
do claim that in all cases takea under treat-
ment, we fulfill our promises. We particu' J. r.
larly request those who have tried this boast
ed doctor, and that advertised physician, ti!
worn out and discouraged, to call upon us-
Low charges and quick cures. -Ml
Ladies suffering from any complaint inci--dental
to their sex, can consnlt the doctor t
with the assurance of relief.
FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS.
Pr. Perhault is the only agent in Cahfor-
nia for Dr. Riot's Female monthly pd'? Boots
Their immense sale has estaoiisnea w-
reputation as a female remedy, nnapproatu -r-
ed and far in advance of every other remedy, Jv
Suppressions and irregularities, and otnei
obstructions in females. On the receipt ot
h these pills will be sent by mail or xpres jj j
to any part of the world, secure from curi
osity or damage. ' t
Persons at a distance can be cured
home by addressing a letter to Dr Pkkra je
corner of Sacramento and Montgomery sts-. ncy
rooms 9, 10 and 1J, or box 973, P. O. aping
Francisco, stating the case as minutely nee f(
possible, general habit of living ecH?'