Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View This Issue
In castle halls or cottage homos,
"Wherever guileless childhood roams,
O. there is nothing half so sweet,
As busy tread of little feet.
The sighing breeze, the ocean's roar,
The pni'ing rill, the organ's power.
All stir the soul, but none so deep,
As tiny tread of little feet.
Vbon forth we go at early morn,
To meet the world and brave its scorn.
Adowu the garden-walk so neat.
V.rusee the taints of little leet.
At eve, when homeward we repair,
With aching limbs and brow of care,
The voices ring cm clear and sweet
Then comes the rush of little feet.
The knives ire lost, the dishes stray,
The tool are spirited away.
And when we go the lost to seek,
Vv'e take the trail of liltle feet.
But when the angel Death hath come,
And called the fl uv"rest frcm our home.
Oppressive :;ilenee reigns complete
Y.'eCihiss the sound ot little feet.
The toojsj are safe, no dishes strr-y,
!No doors go slamming all the day ;
Ilut. O ! 'twould give us pleasure sweet
To hear aain those noisy feet,
Soft night hath come ; all are-a.-!eep ;
Yes. all but me. 1 vigil keep.
Hush ! hits li ! mv heart, and cease to'beat,
Was that tile step of little feet?
Yes. mother, 'tis the softened tread
Of her you miss and. mourn as dead ;
And often, in your sweetest sleep.
You 11 dream of hearing little feet.
And when this pilgrimage is o'er,
And you approach that blissful shore,
The first to run your soul to greet,
Will be vour darling's little feet.
O ! . '
now toiLu i:
lie carried my satchel to school.
And me throegh the drifts carried too :
Could I think why he hugged me so close"'
O If I couldn't, how could I '.' could you ?
At eve lie tied under my chin
My hood with its bright ribbons blue ;
Why he gazed in my lace, could I tell ?
If I couldn't, how could I ? could you ?
Ile told me-my eyes were so black,
The brightest of any he knew ;
Cl blushed and looked down: could I help it?
, f r . . i i 'i. 1 11 f 9 I I , '
II 1 COUiUil l, nun luuiu J- . lunia vuii .
qIIo left on my chek a warm kiss.
O Then oft' with the lightning speed flew:
If I could I'd have scolded and stumpt :
df I couldn't, how could I? could you?
?Twas long years ago, and since then
He has spoken words loving and true ;
I only leaned close to his breast.
For how could I help it? could you?
A Word to the Girls.
1 )o our j'oung women know what
it is tliat strikes one who lias been
uw ay from the country lor a time
the most unpleasantly on his re
turn ? It is not their faces, assured
ly, which for regularity of outline,
aiu delicacy and freshness of tint,
are unsurpassed, indeed, are not
equalled, by anything that one sees
abroad, save in the linest pictures.
Xor is it their forms, which are
lithe, supple, and graceful, with a
spring in the step and a freedom
of carriage that are always a de
light to the eyes. Xor can it be
said to be their dress ; for though
they dress too much, in colors too
positive and decided, and are in this
respect far behind the French wo
men, they are yet in advance of all
others, English, German or Italian.
Tint it is the A'oice and ihc manage
ment of the voice. After looking
at our American girls, it is a disap
pointment to heSr them speak.
What they say is perhaps well
enough, but the tone and mode in
which they say it is not well enough
Their voices are commonly too thin
and shrill, and when they are not,
lire pitched in too high a key.
Sometimes they come through the
nose a good deal lflore than is de
sirable. They have a metallic ring,
or at least a ready quality, like vox
Jiwruiiio of the organs, and not
that sft, low, and gentle oualit v.
which Shakespeare proclaimed so
excellent in woman." Climate lias !
no doubt a good deal to do with
this result, for the fault is most per
ceptible at the South ; but careless
ness lias epiite as much to do with
it Our mothers and teachers, we
suspect, do not take much pains to
train their children and pupils into
habits of enunciation. They are
carefully taught to sing, but they
are not carefully taught to read
and speak. Yet more titan half the
charm of all social intercourse de
pends Jjipon the agreeable or disa
rreeable use of the
repulsive when one has been losd
in admiration of a beautiful face
and a noble figure to hear the
mputh open like the grating of
a. hinge, or the " sptawk "of a
guineafowl ! How delicious when
Jt opens with the sweet thrill of a
ilute or with the warble of birds,
or with that deep, rich, mellow and
sympathetic liquidity, which no
other instrument but the human
throat ever attains ! .PutiJiatStt
Cost of the Late War.
A Confederate medical officer
lias estimated that the whole num
ber of Confederate killed during
the war was 53,773 and including
those who died by disease, the
number lost was 100,000. He says
th whole available force of the
Confederates fiom first to last was
600,000, 3Ir. Geo. II. Stuart, in a
lecture in Philadelphia, on Thurs
day night, stated3 that the number
of men enlisted in the Union army
during the war was '2,000,055. The
number of commissioned vessels
was 731, and tlie number of color-j
ed soldiers 178.975. The total!
number of men in service when
General Lee surrendered to Gen
oral Grant was over a million.
The Government spent for the
maintenance of the struggle about
three thousand live hundred million
of dollars. The cost of the South'
1 a i rii
cannot oe compuiou. me ex j
i.ense of the slave property and,
imted at live thousand million dol-i
lars in gold. 3Tr. Stuart stated
that the proportion of the South
for the. national debt had now to
be paid, and will make a thousand
million dollars causing the aggre-
gate loss to the South to amount
to full six thousand million dollars.
Short Cut to Misery.
lWin by thinking that no one
cares anything lor you, that you
tire not of any use to anybody
a sort of nonenity in the household
where your place would not be
missed, but easily supplied. Pon
der on your want of beauty, and
lead yourself to believe that no otic
can love a plain face, or think you
are agreeable, because there are
others more charming. Fancy
that every one who looks upon
you makes a mental comparison
which militates you in favor of
some one else. Imagine that every
word in jest, is only meant to cover
a deeper and more painful one;
that every article of wearing ap
parel you don is criticized and rid
iculed. Do all this, and your ten
dency to morbidity of feeling will
so increase that in a very short
time vou will become one of the
mos miserable of
The man who walks the street
with unruftled brow and peaceful
heart, though his business is ruined
his prospects be clouded, and his
family reduced to want, who main
tains his integrity amid the peril
ous temptations of the hour, and
bravely, hopefully struggling
against these stern adversities up
born by an unyielding providence,
is a hero. And in yonder room,
where that pale-faced girl, through
long weary days and dreary
nights, with aching eves and wast
ing frame, bravely battles oft
gaunt starvation or flouting infa
with no other weapon than a
trusting heart and little needle-
there is one of God's
ew L SK FOU
Scotch correspondent of the Lon
don .Farmers Chronicle linds a
use for. whisky at once novel, in
teresting, and original. His apple
and cherry trees had been greatly
injured by blight, and every ex
periment to arrest the disease was
unsuccessful. Finally he concluded
to dose his trees with whisky.
This he did in June, 1800. The
effect has been magical. Xo
blight has smce appeared. lie al
so rid his plum trees of insects by
the use of whisky; and he found
it eifctnal in curing his dogs of
mange. Y e believe it would cure
sheci of the scab. Great is whis
ky when used for proper purposes.
One of the most singular sights
growing out of the war is a contin
uous line of peach trees of nearly
fifty miles in lenghlh, around Pe
tersburg, ami extending toward
IJichmond. They are growing
from the breast-works thrown up
b; the rebel army, and are the on
ly legacy left by the poor fellows
who were on the advance line
within one hundred yards of our
forces. Having eaten the fruit
! while on picket duty, they cast the
j aml nmv tI),:v :n))e;ll-
in one continuous line of forty-five
miles of beautiful trees, which
yielded an abundant crop the last
A Xkw Pi:mi:iv. From Sur
prise Valley comes the following
story of an old fellow who got
very jealous because his' young
wife went to a ball with a good
looking fellow, ttml staid out until
broad daylight. The old chap
went to a Justice of the Peace
and to his story, winding it up
with "I want yer to help me for
that ar thing lias been goin on
bout long eimf."
"Vrdl," says the justice, "you
can write down to Yreka and see
if some of the lawyers can't get
you a divorce."
man, "Who the d 1
wants a di-
i he Justice, began to get wrathy.
"It you don't want a divorce what
the donee brought you hereV"
V hy I want ail injunctioi
stop iurther proceedings!"
A merchant in Montgomery,
Ala., recently hired a new clerk,
and ot course innitiated him at
once into the mysteries of the
"trade mark' Shortlv afterward
me Kmght ot the- yardstick u-n
s.iowmg some goods to a lady cus
tomer, when sue d
sue demurred at tl
prices. llie tee hnrrs .-.f
of the mer
chant may he ima-ined when tliejiS-l
vnnnnp ini n.-i!!n.l i .
ot Ins voice: "Wh-it
tins; lor . It 1 marked lour dollars i aro now being sold singly at cost, or whole
and a half, and CO-t fiiv emts ' " j sale less than cost. Other goods at greatly
'-'--i- reduced rates. (4'-'.tf
I EH PR!
13. L. STONE
VVALlilAJi W AlLlll
OROIDE WAT LUTES AXD CIIAIXS,
FIXE JE WELTI Y AXD SILVERWARE.
A.I1 at Xew York Prices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. jnOif
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Do artrrerst !
This Bank has c.-dablished, in connection
with its fti'iiem! F.;uikin:r business, a savings
deiiiirttiieiit, ami will allow interest on coin
deuo.-its, made in accordance with the condi
tions adoptvd by this'Uank.
In c.-tabii-lrii-,' a Savin -s Department, this
Banking Asscci 'tion lias in view the- bent'tit-.
to accrue to a class of peis ins having small
suns to loan, by providing a sare lac- ot
deposit, ample sc-enntv, and !a;r rate of in
terest, as w, U as to ayr e irate an 1 brinj vto
use Hie capital. For the safety of deposits
in this Rink, are ple.i-ed its entire cap tal
and resources, and also the personal liability
of it Diicc tois and Stockholders, as provid
ed by Sodioii 12 of the National Currency
Act, approved Jv. c ?, . IS.il, a greater secu
rity than that given by ordinary Savings
Bank-. Printed copies of the conditions up
on which deposits are received, may bo had
upon appl ;C:i! ion to the Board.
J1I;N'KY FA 1 LING President
JAMES STKKL Cashier
IIkxivt Faiiino, Hknhy W. Corbktt,
11. Walki'ii.lo, Jauks Stkel,
W. J. YanSc new nit.
Successor to CHAiniAX & BRO.,
rpiIE DEATH OF MY BBOTIIER II AS
JL compel'el me ar;iin to cliaue the name
of the firm of CHAKMAN & BRO. to that of
Til DM AS CHARM AN bavins purchased of
the estate all the interest held by my broth
er in the stock of jroods owned hy Ciiarman
Brother, taking effect January Gd,
Will be Carried on as Usual
AND A FULL STOCK
Will be kept up ly me, and will consist, in
part, of the following branciics oftra.de :
Dry Goods mid Clothing,
JIals Caps, Loots and Shoes;
Jancif jYotions. Perfumery
And Patent Hedicines.
Paints, Oih, Color
Dye Stuff's and Varnish,
Quecnsicarc, Crockery iC' Lamps
Sash. Doors, and Window Blinds,
Hardware, Tools and Cutlery,
Rope, and KaiU
Of Lvery Description.
I ash Especial Attention to my
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
ROGER IE S O F E VER Y
OF ALL KINDS.
TS" Attention will be paid to any business
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Du-dness with all who favor
me with their patronage, will be done on a
(ioLi kasis but Ijegai Tender will be re
ceived at the market quotations.
I desire to say to a!i who favor me
with their pat roil a ire that I shall use my best
ability to please them, and all orders slut 11
meet with prompt attention. My facilities
for doini; business are as good as any house
in Ort'iron, ami I pledge myself to sell as
Cheap as any House in tiood standing in the
State. I will not be undersold bv any one
Please give me a call and examine tor your
selves. Thanking vou f r past favors,
1 remain, llespcetfuilv vours,
ver liy.uyy? persons
Testify to the A'ondeidul cures ot
V)n. J. W. .MURRAY'S
Balsam for tlio Liver and Blood.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY.
One of the CV
rh:;.ici.- of Prt1an.l,
.nntt !i( 1 curia i'j in 1. 111, nun iicir rotu
p ihif. ''J. that fif oc.s- hi life t" Dr.M'r
7 at' 'ts Luii'j and Liver 7lnlxitm. Rihul trhat
h'-sati" : Poirri.Axn. Mav '21. 10.).
I have tried Dr. J. W. Murray's
Lung ami Liver IJ-ilsar.i. I use 1 it in my fata
lly with the best of success. I was sick for
some months, and used every remedy. I
called several pln-sicuins, hut thev did me no
trood. I exhausted every remedy known to
the medical profession, and received no ben
efit. This Lung and Liver B dsani cured me,
and I do not heitate to recommend it to the
miblie and my friends, as a good and safe
rem dv. Th'se who know me. as many do
in thisStati, know that I would not recom
mend them to use a thing that l as no merit,
because I am opposed t quack icmedies.
G. W. BROWN. M. D.
. - 1 IT 1 I . 7 W
For sale. at BELL A PARKER S. and
at ad Drug Stores on the Pacific Coast. 'Jit
p G. STEWART,
iVo. 10D FROST STREET,
And Dealer in CLOCKS. WATCHES. AND
lFU'P! PR COllVU .trnnt i'r.r- Wil.ftv
CIIAIXS AXD PJXGS, CLOCKS,
II. C. MYERS.
under the court house,
oi:i:;on citv, ouecijn..
ketail dealers in
18. Y GOODS,
YTc al.-o constantly keep on hand
SALEM C A S S I M F. R E S, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AXD BLANKETS,
Which w e will sell at the Factory Trices,
and will take wool ;u exchange.
J7"We will also pay the highest price for
Butter, Eirs, and ad kinds of uood country
produce. V.'e will .sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Ca.-h or its equivalent in good
mercliaiit ible produce.
Kr" Give us a call aiid sati.-fv yourselves.
Savier, LaU-cque & Co.,
CTV.Keep constantly on hand f; side, ihnir
Midlines, Uran and Cliicken Feed, Partita
pinching feed mut furni.-h the sack.
JOHN II. SCIIUAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SAL DLLS, HARNESS,
s'-'--' .etc., etc.,
?Itit) .':.YV(f, Oregon City,
i?3Vykei to represent that he is now a?
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the largest, establishment in the State. lie
particulai ly rcpu sts tliat an examination of
Ins stock be made belure buying elsewhere.
Successor t J. F. MILL: 11' Co.,
m a x i" f act i" n .: n o f a x n 1 k 1. k it 1 x
noons asad SSaoes !
J he Oregon Cily Boot and Shoe
Store, Main street.
THE BEST SELECTION
Of La die', (J cuts'. Boys', and Children's
Boots and Shoes, on hand or made to order.
ORAM, WILLIS A Co.,
TdVFRy FEED AM) R.M.FiJO
IS5 r.UI7 'CIS TT 12-C a
OREOON CITV, OREGON.
Having recently added to the Livery Stock
new Carriages, Buggies and Horses, are now
prepared.ai all times to let the same, at reas
onable rates. Horses bought and sold, or
kept by the day or week.
jSrp HENRY II UMBEL,
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public, that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 qe.ality of
LAG Kit el: Eli,
-As rood as can be obtained anywdiere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
JOIIX M. BACON,
Tmnorter find Derr in
."ES35 G2 e
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, &c, &c,
Oregon City, Oregon.
At C1ar?i),i IVurr.vr x old stand, lately oc
cupied by S. Achiman, Main, street.
S. D. SMITH.
Gko. B. COOK.
"Y7 ESTER X HOTEL.
Cor. First and Morri-on Streets.
POKTLAN I), OREGON.
K'W Messrs. Smith & Cook have taken this
wed known House, refitted and rel'urnislieh
it throughout, b:ii!t a large addition, making
thirty more pleasant rooms, enlarged the
dining and sitting room-, making it bv far
the best Hotel in Portland. A call" from the
traveling pub'ic will satisfy them that the
above statements are true.
SMITH & COOK", Proprietors.
X. B. Hot and cold baths attached. 4d tf
g HADES SALOOX.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MA IX STREET, Oregon City.
Bext BILLIARD TABLES in OREGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anJ
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
,00K OUT FOE THE LOCOMOTIV:
a "133 J"
w is isrse i sis it? to
AVIiilc tliey are
M Cost 1
1 r w 1
Having purchased the entire Stock of Goods, fixtures, etc.
of Messrs. Jacob & Brother, and moved into the stand lately
occupied by that firm, I am now better prepared than ever to
attend to the wants of my customers, and having a double
amount of very desirable goods on hand, I hnve decided to
Sell off at Cost for the next Sixty Days, in order to reduce
the stock. In order that all may rest assured of this fact I
ask vou to call and satisfy yourself. Mv stock consists, in part
of the following" articles :
LADIES DHESS GOODS. BAIAl ORALS, HATS of various descriptions;
CLOAKS, such a:s Circulars and Sacks ;
KID GLOVES, best quality ;
IK )SI VAX Y
HIIOWN AND DLEACIIED TdFSLTXS. nil v.id.s:
LOOTS AND SHOES : HATS AS I) CAPS : CLOTHING :
FIXE I! LACK. D K ESS SUITS ;
SUl'EinOli HEAVES SKITS :
HOYS" AXD YOUTHS" CLOTHING, all fdze and nnuHiios.
JED- A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT AXYHODY all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a ianro stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods..
GROCERIES -A well Peloctod assortment.
DOOKS AND AVIXDOWS.
f- All kinds of Produce lh
Near Morrison Street. Near Yamhill.
EAST r. CAEALIN.
I-ew Stock of Boots and Shoes
?' Sli'l. rlutit in ) C,fii f
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Li iikcl t', Ti.' l i H's, 1
Houghton A Coolidgo's. L'eed's, (.4,-dfrey's
and numerous others of jronts' and bins'
! ne s.
San Francisco and custom-made
Our customers and the public in goner:'.!
are invitee! to call and examine! our ttck,
which we will sell che-apcr than ever.
P. S. Hoots made to order, ai.el an assort
ment of our make constant 1 v on hand.
WILL DISPATCH THEIR STEAMERS
FROM ORESON GSTY
1S' FOLLOWS :
FOIL PQKTLAND :
At ?2 A. M., everv d.tv, except Sunday.
And 1 P. M., every ehy.
FGr Salem, Albany and Corvallis:
OX MONDAY, TUESDAY. TlIUilDAY,
AXD FKIDAY. at 7 o'clock A. M.,
And for Dayton :
ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, & FRIDAY,
t each week.
A. A. McCULLY, President.
Nov. 27th. 1SCH. HO.tf
FEW WAG OX
Carriage a nu factory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of ilain and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform hU ohl pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, ancl the ver
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort ot a vehicle f rom a com
mnn cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Dlacksmiihing, Horse or Ox sl oeing, and
general jobbing ncatlv, oun-klv and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMf i II.
Opposite Excelsior Market
BAS LEY, HARDS KG l GO.,
Saccesiors of L. Dij.lkk in the Lincoln
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE CTTI
zens of Oreiron City and surrfunding
country, that they "keep "constantly 011 baud
and for sale, all V'nds of
DIIEAD, CH M'kKiS,
C A N D I E - A N D N UTS.
Also, a good and general as-ortment of
Orders promptly filled, and goods deliver
ed at the residence of the purchaser when
The highest prices paid f;r Butter, Eg ts
and A jogetub! s. 03
A liberal share of public patronage is re
April 2l l-7i.': Iv
going- CLeap !
.: - !.' A. CS WANTED
X A L L A 31 E T
Vrsi t t to)
r B 5SS. CPS
And Toller Eniiclen
'f-- 2 ortli Front ami E stt
MiSS WrUKiEM, WieJiOI!.
IIESE WORKS ARE LOCATED OX the
I L hank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Whar f, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and e.iteientlr.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years ives
him a thorough knowledge of tlie various
kinds of machinery rcjuired for mining and
milling purposes. We a'-e prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING I'UMPS ! !
Sec., eSco., Scc...
jr.:r,vf,t,-t,n-f and E j n',r J'ticliiner? of aU
;.. JKOX SIIVTTEU WOEK 'ai San
Friin:L-i vcM (not trti'jht. Whtth-r ef' L',11,
l,ii'x I'liiint Grin der an I AuialoiUiiotor.
l,n,:irs an! r S f Aij uxtinlj lUiUid
I'iffi-n I'y'St , either ujjlU,! to old or nev
';''.'') cifiit.lc-rii. Quartz Stampers, Shoe and
i's,if the text Tiard iron, oAy
CUAS. HODGE. .C1IAS. E. CALEF . . GEO. W. SXELL.
IIOLGS, CALB? & Co.,
DEUaS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND V.' IN DOTS' GLASS,
FA EXIST! ES, EE US EES, PAIXTEES
JSateriacs, ana arvjj'tnts1 Sundries.
07 Krojut Strrot,
e. p. ra'-sELi,,
Ileal Estate Attorney.
C. V. FERIfY,
Northwest corner of First and Washington
PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
Sale of ileal E.-t:itp Cil!rrtirms mMrlo
in Oregon and Washington Territory.
A large amount of elesirable City Prop
erty, Town Lots, Improved Farms. Stock
Ranehes, Timber Lands, &c, situated in the
Lest portion.; of Oregon and Washington
Territory, for s ile on reasonable terms.
Special attention is called to a large amount
Eesirable Property in Clackam s
FULL AP.STEACTS OF TITLE AT THE
BRANCH OFFICE, ON
MA IS STUF.ET, ORECOS CITY,
At the office of
JOHNSON & McCOWN,
Ileal Estate Brokers.
No rxpepse incurred unless a sale is made
32 Front Street, Portland.
GOODS BY THE PACKAGE, FOR CASH
SAN FRA.N CISCO PRICES, and Freight,
fa-Orders Promptly filled in San Francis
co, if desired. (iO.tf
3, I. O. of O. F.--
1 w a
evcry Thursday cven-
pfff ifg at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
uau, jiam s ect.
Menil.er-- of HiC Order are invited to attend
By order. a.
FEEHCil MEDICAL OFFICE.
ft. JULIEN FERRAULT,
Dr. of MMticine cf the Faculty 0f
Paris, ("linliiaie 01 Hie lmvci-jP
(iist t ii's C oll aisrt Fliyslciaii of ule
S. Joliii liaiiti.te Society af San Fran..
I)r. rKKKAi LT has the pleasure to ird,im
patients mid oth is sxi-k'iij; cordidertial n.ej
ieal advice that he can be consulted daily at
his tiillce, Aimory Hall Building. XoitS
Last corner ot Montgomery and baeraniento
streets, San Fraiifisci, Io( ms XuS. 9,10, i
first tloor, up stnrs, ertrai.ee on eitt.tr
5I"ntcen;erv 01 Saciamtnto streets.
Lit. I'kkkai'Wt's studies h.ave been almost,.'
exclusively devoted to lLe cu-.e ol' thg
va'ious tblms if Nervous ar.d I'liysical de
Idlity, the result of injurh us habits aequh,(J
in yi-uth, which nsiud y trmiiiart; in in.'po
tence and sterility, ai d permanently induce
all the concomitants of old age. YVhtiea.
secret infirmity xits involvkig the lurm,
ness of a Hie and that cf others, reason au.j
morality dictate the necessity of its removal
for ft is' a. fact that pien ature decline of tl
vigor of manhood matrimonial unhappily
coniiulsoiy single life, ctH, have tlnir
sources it) causes, tljc get m ot Lich is hi.
ed in early life, and the bitter f(t)its tatQ
long afterward; patients, laboring under this
complaint, will complain of one"or moie(f
the following symjtoms: XocUird Fn;i-.
sions, Pains in the i$!ek and Head, "Wt-iik-ness
of Memory and Sight, Discharge fiom
the Urethra on g ing to slcol ormi'kiiQwa
tt r, Ii.tedt ctuar Faculties r.re Veakti td
Losx of Mcmoij- ci sv.es, Ideas aie clouded'
and there is a disinclination to attend to bus
iness, or even to reading-, writing or Hie "
society of Irimds. etc. The patient
probably complain of Dizziuefs, Yert;go, urd
that Sight and Hear ng are weakened and
sdeep distuibt d by ehcams ; melancholy,
sighing, palpitation, lainiir.gs, coughs si"(j
slow fevers ; while some fare external rel.u
matic pain, anil numbnets of the b.uH-
Some e f the common 11, jnoms aie jtjiijIim
in the face, and acl.ing ij diH'erent Ju:Hm,
the body. Patients st.ittTii." fiom this dlt.
ease, should sipply in.nitdiaMy to Li:. 'ttL
n.it'LT, either in pel sen or bv" letter ?.g ,t
will guarantee a cme of Scne'nal Eiu9ior 1
and Impotence in six or eipht wieks. q 1
Patients m; fieri i.g (k in veneiial disease in
:-ny static Couoi i l.e a", (ii (t, Stricti.ro.,
l'ubo, lie. is, .,';itt-ccous Fi uptis, eii ., .
ill be treated successl'ully. All Sa pin, inl
and Mercurial Taints entirely icn oved irom
the s-ysfeir. p, f
I)n. I'm hault's elii 1( n ;;s are in l.isjfilce,
where paticntsQan sr e for theiie!Qi ,-f
tliey are ni.dt-r die ccie of a regular tr.ui.
tid practitioner. The best iefeser.ct gnta
if 1 1 quire et.
Patients f tiiTiprirg under chronic disea.
can caii and examii e lor tl.tn scjvc Vu
invite iiivestigaiie.11; claim not to 1 in.
everything, nor to cic e el bi e:y, 1 nt we
f o claim tlu-.t in all ca.Vs takeii in.eier tnat
mei.t we lultill our pioin.sis. We paitictlar
iy reiue.t tbM v. ho l.; ve tr'cd llos l. ;it.,!
doctor, and that acveiij.-ed !sieian hi
worn out a: d e!:sc urarW, to tail 1 pen
Low charges and quick cures.
Ladies sutiering lrora any complaint im-j.
dents to thtiiQt-cx, can eoFsult the eiueUr
with the as.-uiance of relief.
Ft male JIciHlily PIUs.
Dn. PriiitAiLT is the only p.e nt in ('v.'
fornia for Pi;. Biott's Fcmide Monthly 1 ii!-.
Their immtme .-aie l-.as estabiulit-d thl rt;,.
utation as a female leii.eey un; i'i oacl.oj
and far in advance of every ul er ten eelvri'A
supprcss-'ons and ii regularities, and iilf?
olist 1 notions in temales. On theCTjecedrt tf
five dollars, these Pills will te sent by n,.
or ex pros to any aiQf the world,!secLi
from curiosity or ti.unage. O
i'etsons at a dmcc can be cured at
home, by addressing a letter to Dr. Tir.
itAi'LT, con er of Sacramento and Monttoip.
cry streets, R oms lc and 11, or Box':;,
1T (). San Francisco, stsilinQti,e can-.'
minutely as possible, gt i:eKd Uabits o01;r-1
mg, occupat ion, e tc. , e'.c. Q I
AW communications conlidential. lyiip
OIL - CLOTHS
V I K D 0 W- S H A D ,
PAPEP. -II A II GIIGS,
L A C E - C U P. T A 1 11 S, &c, it
We Wovld Call the attention oht--
lies fitting vp ovfts, or Leivu in
need of anything in oipr line
10 our Si loch
OXE OF 1UL CO 31 FLEETEST
Gn (he Pacific CosfsU
Our Goods being Sficcially selected cf
the Factories fh England and tie
Eastern Stales, ice can sdl
AT THE L 0 1YEST
resist JFrsiEacigeo Trices
Xo. 89 Front street, between Alder
ana aslnngton, Portland Oregon
A. G. WALLTNG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
So. 5 lVn&liins;ton Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND tJ
any desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEW?
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety 0'
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country prcShntly aI"
Physician & Accouclieu
ER. MARY P. SAWTELL
OFFERS HER PROFESSIONALO
vices to the people of 0go Cit
vicinity. Residence in the country,
miles east of Oregon City. j
May 14:tf ' '
STEERS & HlUDBi
Wholesale Dealers ir
F0EEIGK AIiRdCMESTIC '
Wtncs, JBrandks, Wuchks, J .
No. 40, Fkoxt Strket, Portlanp.Q'bk
Constantly eu hand a arenuinPait.clt t
Cutter Whisky. O 0 j