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Canst Tlion Forget?
And must we part my darling pet;
And severe! wander forth ia sorrow
V"Uh burning eye and anguish M heart
Despair, wliivu scarce a ray can borrow
From bofw.:? lor bope itself seems dead
Across the pathway we muit tread?
All mine, yet mine alone in thought.
The very thought replete wiihTgrief,
For such remembrance is lull fraught
With pain that knows not a relict'
All mine in love another owns
The form wherein my worship thrones.
Forget! Alas! forgetful noss
Is not for us. That boon's denied,
Another's right the chaste caress
Our hearts and lips the gulf divide
Of law and custom lips that mine
Would me devotions ro?y fcbrine. '
Canst tlu$ forget? No, never, no !
Can I forgot? the same reply
Bursts from thy bosom heaving slow,
Rains from the fountain of mine eye,
I)rops till the very spring is day,
Forget! No, never, till wo die.
Die ! Even then the soul will cry
To live our fate to part, as well, "
Is fate ; and yet not thou nor I
Can either, living, break the spell.
To love as we have loved, as yet,
Was never sin! Can we forget?
Props from my grasp my quiv'ring pen;
Oh, how l' e loved thee, little one ;
Ne'er thus io be revered again ;
So gently since our dream begun
That not the shadow of a shade
Has ever on our pathway la'd.
My worship it has e'en redeemed
The wrong, if wrong of thee adoring
The light of" my big love ha.3 seemed
As of the sun its radienee pouring
Upon a country scene. My pef,
1 never can, canst tn' forget?
-omen's lives v.s women's gauds.
Retributive justice visits its pun
ishment upon rich as well as upon
poor, and often it is as well that
such is the case. "Now comes from
New York a tragical tale, 'ct too
true, in illustration. A certain
wealthy a.ll fashionable young
Mdy, last (Saturday neon, was
packing her wardrobe, preparatory
to leaving for Saratoga, on Mon
day. One elegant dress had not
arrived from the seamstress, and a
messenger was sent for it. The
woman was found burning with
fever, not yet recovered from the
shock of her husband's recent
death. By the messenger report
ing this, the fenile lady sent back
only the word: " The dress must
be finished." Hearing this, the
-sewing woman, while the fever
ran like fire through her veins, and '
disease tortured all her body, arose
and, nerved by the fearful and Hit
ting energy of the fever, finished
.the dress, and at ten o'clock that
night her little ten-year-old daugh
ter carried it to the fine lady
througb the dangerous streets of
This " short and simple an rial of
the poor" were not complete if it
.left the widow in the misery of
disease, and her gentle slave-driver
unharmed and unconcerned amid
"health, wealth and pleasure. So
thatJt is a given satisfaction to
read that " with the costly bundle
went out from the poor seamstress'
garret the seeds of the fever under
the influence, of which she had
.completed her task," and that the
task-mistress receive'! her dress,
but when, in cV.iel ccstaey at her
triumph over the sick woman's
feeble protest, she tried it on, she
imparted to her system the same
fever which was prostrating the
lh us the retribution visited the
beauty, whoso life, even, is de
spaired of. It would be well, if to
her, tossing on her sick-bed, and to
lier sisters in the sin of forgetting
all human sympathies for fashion
nnd dress, this bit of experience
should teach that women's lives
Arc worth more than silks, women's
happiness more than laces.
What Lyixg. Some, of the
Republican papers are trying to
create the impression that the
Democracy sympathizes with Xa
poleon. It must be a desperate
cause that requires such lying.
Democrats sympathize no crowned
head or despot of no nation or
blood on earth. Their sympath
ies are with the oppressed, down
trodden and over-taxed masses the
world over, and for that reason
they are fighting the corrupt, ty
ranical horde at Washington and
its minions all over this country.
Democrats do sympathize with
Frenchmen and with Prussians,
and ivruv to Cod that this war
may end in the dethronement of
every despot m i.uropo ; but they
have no love for monarehs, be thev
Napoleons or William Tins is
the kind of sympathy that per
vades every true Democratic heart
in the land, and tho.-o who don't
feel tse emotions should be sub
jects and not citizens of a free
country. lylaccr JlcpalJ.
A pair of precocious little dam
sels at Troy, (X. Y.), were over
heard the other night exchanging
notes on the Franco-Prussian war.
"I know," said Xo. 1, "that France
will beat, because the little Prince
is with him." "Go away with
you," chimed in Xo. 2, "I know a
mighty sight better. The Dutch
will whip, for my pa is a French
man and my ma is a Dutchman.
They fight every night, and ma
XEEYOIJS S DEBILITATED
Protracted from Hidden Causes
AND WHOSE CASES REQUIRE
to render existence desirable.
If von fire suffering or have suffered, from
involuntary discharges, what effect does it
produce upon vour general health ? Do you
feci weak, debilitated, easily tire J ? Does a
little extra exertion produce palpitation of
the heart? Does your liver, or urinary or
gan, or your kidneys frequently pet out of
order i is your mine sometimes tn;cK,niiiK
or flocky, or is it ropy on settling ? Or des
a thick scum rise to the top ? Or is a sedi
ment at the bottom after it has stood awhile?
Do you have spells of short breathing or
dyspepsia? Are your bowels constipated?
Do you have spells of faintiDg, or rushes of
blood to the head ? Is 3"our memory im
paired? Is your mind constantly dwelling
on this subject ? Do you feel dull, listless,
moping, tired of company, of life? Do you
wish to be left alone, to get away from every
body ? Docs any little thing make you start
or jump ? Is your sleep broken or restless ?
Is the lustre of your eye as brilliant? The
bloom on vour cheek as bright? Do vou en
joy yourself in society as well? Do you pur
sue your business with the same energy ?
Do you fool as much confidence in yourself?
Are 3-our spirits dull and flagging, given to
lits of melancholv ? If so do not lav it to
your liver or dyspepsia. Have 3-ou restless
nigats ! our back weak, your knees weak,
and have but little appetite", and 3-011 attrib
ute this to dyspepsia, or liver complaint?
sell-abuse, venereal diseases badly cured, 9ml
sexual excesses, are all capable of producing
a weakness of the generative organs. The
organs of generation, when in pel feet health,
MAKE THE MAX.
Did You Ever Think
that those bold defiant, energetic, persevering,
successful business men, are always those
whose gencratiy-e organs are 111 perfect
Vou rever hear such men complain of be
ing melancholy, of nervcusnes, or palpita
tion of the heart.- They are never afraid
they cannot succeed in business ; the' don't
become sad and discouraged ; they are all
ways polite and pleasant in the company ot
ladies, and look 3-011 and them right in the
face none of your downcast looks or other
meanness about them. I do not mean those
who keep the organs inflated bj running to
excess. These will not only
RUIN THEIR eOIISTITUTIOKS,
but also tho?e they do bu-incss with cr for.
Ito.v tiuny men, from badly cured diseases,
from the effects of self-abuse and excesses,
have brought about that state of weakness in
those organs that has reduced the general
system so much as to induce alxost eveiy
spinal affections, suicide, and almost every
other form of disease which humanity is heir
to. and the real cause ot the trouble scarcely
ever suspected, and have doctored for all but
the 112 lit one.
Diseases of these organs require the use of
is the groat Diuretic, and is a certain cure
for diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel,
hrnnsv. Organic Weakness. Female Com-
p'.auit-s. General Dtbilitv. and all diseases of
the Urinary Urgans, whether existing in Mtxm
or Female, trom whatever cause originating,
and no matter of how Ion standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Consump
tion or Insac i:y may ensue. Our flesh and
blood are supported from these sources, and
the health and happiness, and that of Pos
terity, depends upon prompt use of a reliable
Established upward of Nineteen Years,
IS PREPARED BY
II. T. KELBIBOLB, Druggist,
534 D roadway, liov York,
- 104 South Tenth St., Pliila., Pa-
Price 1.25 per Dottle, or C Bottles for
- .., uehvored to anv address. Sold by all
None are gennmc unless done up in stel
ICo. 1Q7 Front Bisect, FortiLs&ml) Os-egoia.
GOLD CITATXS AND KINGS, CLOCKS,
OROIDE VTATBIIES AND CHAINS,
FINE JEWELIiY AND SILVERWARE.
.All at jSTew Yoik Prices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EYERIE ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
"Watches and Jewelry repaired. juOtf
TIIJG " I5CFR" SEW
FAMILY SEWING- HACHIUS,
WU1l Altaclrr.unis for all kinds of Work,
is ft! ft zvinning facor in the hou-e-hold,
as shown by the sale ef ktt
year, amounting U eighty-nix
thousand seven, hundred
JWica in , irdi i oh far
exceed those of av.y ether Company.
This new FAMILY MACHINE is capable
of a range and var iety of woi k suc h as was
thought impossible, a short time jigo, to per
form by machinery. We ela:m,and can show
those whom it may concern, that it is the
cheape.-t, most beautiful,delieafel.y arranged,
nicely adjusted, easily operated, ai.d smooihty
running of all the family Hewing Machines.
It is remarkable, not only for the range and
variety of its sewing, but also lor the variety
and diilcreiit kinds of texture which it v." ill
sew with equal facility and perfection, using
Sdk Twist. Linen or Cotton Thread, tine or
coarse, making the INTERLOCKED ELAS
TIC STITCH, ahk'j on both tides T the
fabric sown. Thus beaver cloth, or leather,
ma- be sown with great strength and uni
formity of stitch, and in a moment this will
ling and never wearying machine may be
adjusted fr tine work on gau.e or gos.-an;er
tissue, or the tucking of tarletan.or ruliiing,
or almos t any other work vjdeli delicate
fingers have been known to pci'brm.
Purchasers can soon be convinced that cur
new Family Machine embodies NEW and
essential principles simplicity of construc
tion ease of operation uniformity ot PRE
CISE action at a 113 sr eed eppatitj- for range
and raiii : ty of woik, lice ri coarse, leaving
all rivals behind it.
T2iC I'oliUng Cases.
The New Family Machine may be had nv
a variety of folding covers ai d cots. 80m?
show in poli.diod surface ordy the train and
tint of the wood, while others are linbdied
iu all the claboiation of art.
TIic Attai IiKicitts
For Hemming, Felling, RufH'ng, Praidhig,
Raiding, Cording, Gathering, Tucking, Eta
broideririDr. itc. ae not onlv numerous, but
nny brought to great perfection. Must of
them can be attached or dctacuod by a sim
ple move ot the hand. The quality of the
woikcau on!3" Le lullv appreciated ou ob
servation and examination.
Slar Jilne Tv.is!,
Lixr.x thkeu), spool corrox, oil, a-c.
"We h:ivc ar,d shall keen in stock at our
Centra! Oilice, and Agencies, (oa spools of
various sizes,) iwi.-t t,t ah sixes and colors.
Linen Thread, Spool Cotton, Oil, and all
other articles neccssa.y in the use of our ma
chines, VVc wish it understood that we manufacture
the, Tv.i-t fold by in; that we shall aim to
have it excel in qnallt' and exceed in quantity-,
fur a given price, that of other manu
facturers, and that the Twi-t made by us in
our new and extensive mills, supplied as
they are with the most improved machinery
and skilled labor can be relied on for the
desirable qualities of uniform' of size, even
ness, Itngth of thread as marked on each
spool, strength, excellence of color, and
beaut- of lialsh.
The Singer Manufacturing Co.,
No. 153 Broad wav-, New York.
San Francisco Office 159 Montgomery St.
EW WAG OX
Carriage rar.nfactory I
The undersigned, having increased t're di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets.
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the veiy
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron arid turn out all
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
. Ulackfmifhing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
ge n e ra 1 j o bb i u g n ea 1 1 v, qui c k 1 v n 11 d c h e ap -ly
done. DAVID S3! I'm.
Opposite Excelsior Market
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIX STREET, Oregc-n City.
Best BILLIARD TABLES in OREGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention i-f the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
THE B A B I S S UP PLIED
With ail the choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon a!rcad3
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
0" 23U AUGHT.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
WILL DISPATCH TIIEIP. STEAMERS
F H 0 M ORE 6 Oil CITY
ITCH. F0S.TLAKD :
At 1 P. M., every daj-, except Sunda-.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FlilDA"
For Ealcr-i, ar-d Dayton.
TUESDAY AND l-'RIDAY,
A. A. McCULLY, President.
Aug. fith. IStitf.i iO.tf
The standard remedy H r Cot?;li, Infin-
o2. Sore 'Throat. lVU.p',rx Couah, Croup,
Lircr Curiji'ii: ot, Bronrlitii, Bl -i-divg of the
Lungx, und every nheetion t iv.c ihroat,
Lunirs and Chest, lnclmjing boxsciii'Tiox.
Wi-tiii's IJ:tsuin does not dry up
Couch, hut loosens it, cleanses the lungs,
and allays irritation, thus r. moving ihecaupe
c t the coir-plan t. Aonf srenu ne umess
signed I. i"r rrs. Prcpan d ly Sft:i W. Fowlk
oT SON, IhisfO'1. Sold bv ltKl'IXT(iX. Hos.
tetter i:c Co., San Francisco, and by dealers
Tl is Ilem ?d3' does not simply relieve for a
short tunc, hut it produces peiKct and per
manent cures of the worst cases of Chronic
Nasal Catarrh, and I t:; Id pay ?.",0rt reward
lor a. cae In at I cannot cure. "Cold in the
head" and Catanhal Headache are cured
with a ftw application. If .you have a dis
vuuil ItUUI lilt UlTlj lui liailL im Uliii " --v ,
stopping up of tire noe at times, partial
loss of the sense of smell, taste or hearing,
e3'es watering or weak, feel dull, have pain
or preasure in the head, vou may rest assured
that you have Catarrh. 'Ahonsauds annual',
without manifesting half of tie above sys
tems, terminate in consumption and end in
the grave. No disease is so common, more
deceptive or less understood by physicians.
I will send my pamphlet on Catarih to any
add re -s free. " Dr, Sage's Catarrh Remedy fs
SOLD BY MO?T DRUGGISTS IN ALL
PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Price 50 cents. Sent by mail, postpaid, on
receipt of CO cents, or four packages for two
dollars. Beware of countcrf -iis and irorlh
iVss imitations. See that my priccr'c ?iamp.
which is a positive guarantee of genuinatean,
is upon the outside wrapper. Remember
th,;t this private s'amp, issued b3Tthe United
States Government expressly for stamping
my medicines, lias my portrait, name and
ad'diess, and the words ' U. S. Certificate of
Genuineness engraved upon it, and need
not be mistaken. Don't be swindled b3'
travelers and others, representing themselves
a Dr. Sage; I am the only man now living
that has the knowledge and right to manu
facture the genuine Dr. S.ige's Catarrh Rem
edy, and I never travel to sell this medicine.
R. V. PIERCE. 51. D.,
ju23m3 1S3 Seneca street, Euli'aio. N.Y.
READ! US AD!
AYEBDfCT HAS BEEN RENDERED
by 1 undreds on this coast to the Su
peiior Medical Virtues of
EK.J.Vr, BSUflUAjf & SOXS'
FREIillUM LUNG BALSAM!
The safest and surest remedy congenial with
the laws of nature ever yet discovered in
medical Science. Also, Dr. J. W. Murray &
Sons' liiAliiC OILi, the King of all Pains.
The best family medicine in the world. Sure
remedy for sudden attacks, as Spams,Oroup,
Cramps, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache,
etc. Jtis one of the most reliable medicines
iu all nervous and iniiamatory comnhiints
and pain3, such as Rheumatism, Sere Throat,
Diptheria. Sprains, Bruises, Felons, Weak,
Swollen and Stiff Joints, Contracted Cords
and Muscles, Larne Back, and numerous other
complaints. Directions on each bottle.
Mothers and nurses will flud it an incom
parable Soothing Syrup, safe and harmless
when diluted with sweetened wafer, for the
rnrst delicate child. OfdcelOt? front sreet.
Portland. For sale by all druggists and
traders oa this coast.
OIL - CLOTHS,
W I N D 0 V-SII ADE8,
LACS- CUHTAIIvTS, &c, &c
We Would Call the attention of par
ties Jilting vp houses, or Icing in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, lohich is
ONE OF JUL COlirLETEST
Qn the Pacific Coast !
Our Goods being specially selected at
the Factories in JLJnglund and the
Eastern Stales, ice can Sill
AT THE LOWEST
WALTER EUCS., .
No. 89 Front street, between Alder
35.-) and Washington, Portland Oregon
Near Morrison Street. Near Yamhill.
EAST & CAEALIT7.
Be-w Stcek of Boots and Shoes
Best Selection in the City!
Comprisin g all tbe leading and best brands
known, such'as Benkei t'sTirrell's, Fosrsj's,
Houghton i'c Coolidge's, Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of cents' and 'govs'
woar Also Mile's, Sieberlich'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.
V. S. Boots made to order, arid an assort
ment of our make constantly oa hand.
Frcni the ITaticnaLElgin) Watch Co.
The attention of watch buvers is called to
the fullo-.ving itnprovcti-.tnti in the Americtm
II '' manutaetiued bv the National (.El
gn) Watch Company of "Elgin, 111.:
The Elgin- Watches are" furniseed with
Uni t's patent pimon. to prevent damage to
the tra n in case of the breaking of the main
The Eljrin watches are furnished with a
patent hair spring stnd .to prevent th - chang
ing the adjustment of the hair spring alter
the watch has been regnhittd.
The Elgin watches are fumr-lied with a
patented contriveii'e lb: the letting down of
the main spring isdh-ovi ran-oving the dial or
The Elgin Watches are -o c--:i.drnrted that
the barrel can be removed and the main
spring changed without taking the watch
The Elgin Waiches are furnihed wilh the
ordy complete protection agains dust yet in
troduced upon American made movements.
The dust excluder used upon the Elgin move
mentsenVctually cnclos-es the v.oiks. and
renders the entrance of dustar impossibility
These improvements are peculiar to the
Elgin Watches, and are found on none oth
ers. The dust-excluder will specially com
mend it.-elf to miners, railroad men and oth
ers engaged, in cut of door employment.
The Llgin Watch branded "Ji. W. Ray
mond ' is constructed with especial reference
to its use upon engines and moving trains,
and the Company claim for it that it is the
best railroad watch in the world. The fol
lowing prominent railroad ol'icials have giv
en it their heart v endorsement and commen
dation : E. B. Phillips, Esq., President Lake
Shore and Michigan Southern R. R.; Col. C.
G. Hammond, Superintendent Union Pacific
R.R.; Edward II." Williams, General Super
intendent Pennsylvania R. R. Co.; L. D.
Pucker, General Superintendent Erie R. R.;
J. M, Toucey, General Superintendent Hud
son River R. R. ; (. L. Dunlap, General Su
perintendent Chicago and North Western R'y
and many others.
Ladies desirous of purchasing a handsome,
strong and correct time piece, will find the
elega rt watch bearing the trade mark of
" LAD V ELGIN" to be all that they desire.
Inquire of your jeweler for the LADY EL
GIN. The real Elgin Waiches, elegant, accurate,
durable, ia many styles and at various prices,
encli accompanied by the special warrantee
certificate of this Company, and usually also
guaranteed by the local dealer or watch
maker, can be had of most jswelcrs in all
towns throughout the United States. Call
and ask to see them. As an additional pro
tection, look for '-National Watch Co," on
the dial, and one or the following traps
harks, viz., "B. W. Ravmond," !. Z. Cul
ver," "II. II. Taylor," "G. M.Wheeler," "W.
II. Ferry," "Matt. Laflin,,' "J. T. Eyerson,"
"Lady Elgin," or "Frances Rubie," together
with the words "Elgin, Ills.," engraved up
on t he g ilt plate inside. These are the trade
marks to denote the various grades and
styles, but as even these have been pirated,
require abo the special warranty ceitilicate,
daly signed by T. M. Aver v. the President
of the Company, and numbe'redto correspond
wmi me watcn.
The trade on the Pacific coast supplied a$
factory prices by Levisou Bros, tl'2'J Wash
ington street, San Fi ancisco, who have on
hand at all times a full supp'v of all grades
of movements, and material for repairing
An illustrated pamphlet, entitled "Making
Watches by .Machinery," by the late Albert
D. Richardson, will be forwarded free of
charge bv sending address to
t ttav i w (tcii rir.tp vv
L0 and 161 Lake street, Chicago ;
No. 1 Maiden Lane. New York ;
or JLEVISON BLIOS,
G2'. Washington St., San Fraucisco, Ca!.
Physician & AccGiichoiiLe,
BR. EIARY P. SAv7TELLP
OFFERS HER PROFESSIONAL SER
vices to the peoplo of Oregon Cit., and
vicinity. Residence in the countiy, ten
miles east ot Oregon City.
T"USTICES" BLANKS, of every descri
O tion. priatctl at tbe Kktki-iu.i2 flic
Ia the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the county of Clackamas.
Charles Logus, "Plaintiff,
Jacob Boehm and Mary Eoehm, Defendants.
To the above named Mary Bochci, defend
ant. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OR
egon ; You are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the co:plaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit, within ten
days after the service of this summons upon
you, if served in Clackamas county, or twen
ty days if served in any other county in said
State, and unless you appearand answer said
complaint in said" time, or on or beford the
first day of the term of said Court, com
mencing next after the expiration of six
weeks from the publication of this summons,
On the Fourth Mc?duy ia Octoler,A.D.,l&iQ,
tbe plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint, to-wit:
The foreclosure of a mortgage given by 3-011
and Jacob Boehm, defendants, dated, 14th
day of March, 1Si;0, cn lots numbered 4 and
5, in block numbered 27, in Oregon City,
also, for costs and disbursements of this suit.
By order of Hon. W. W. Upton, Judge of
saui Gom t.
JOHNSON & McCOWN,
Atty's for Plaintiff.
Aug. 10, TS70:w6
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for Clackamas county.
DAVID C. WILLS, Plaintiff, '
W. C. WILSON and
DANIEL WILSON, Defendants
To DANIEL WILSON, one of the above
IN TIIENAME OF THE STATE OFORE
gon, you are hereby notified and required
to appear, and answer to the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled action, on
or before the first day of the next regular
term of the said Court," following six weeks
publication of this summons, t'o-witi on or
before the fourth Monday in October, 1&70 ;
and if you fail so to aiii-wc-r, for want there
of, the "plaintiff will take judgment against
3'ou for the sum of five hundred and seven
ty nine dollars, in gold coin, and interest
thereon since the 1st day of January, 1SC7,
besides the costs and disbursmt-nts in said
Published by order of Hon. W. W. Upton,
KELLY & HEED,
Att'ys for Plaintiff.
August G, !S70:wG , .
W .A L L 3 1 F T
IRON WORKSCGMPAKy !
And EcIIer Euilders !
Xorth Front aiulE sts.,
THESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and elliciently.
We have secured the services of MrJJohn
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perierice on this coast for fifteen 3-ears gives
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purpose. We are prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QU-ARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING I'UilPg ! !
tfan-"fi.tvre and Its pair Machinery of all
Una. 1KOX SHUTTER WORK at San
Francisco coat and freiaht. Wlieeler f? Ran
dali's Patent Grinder and Amaaankitor.
thirioar a and Steven n Sef Adju stint 1'atent
J'ntvn. j'acl lno, either applied to old. or new
steam cwittJer. Quartz Stampers, Shovr. an.
dies, if the Lest hard ironr SAg
LAGEEH & EeF RANGES
For the instruction of
Bliddle-Aged ETen, Ycimg Hen
la the branches of a Business Education
THIS IS WITHOUT DOULT A MOST
thorough and ttlicicut In; dilution, and
has made for i;sdf a name in Oregon, of
wrucii its iriends are jiwiy proud.
The branch', s Avhich stand out prominent
ly in ine curriculum 01 study are
C O M E R C I A L A R I T II M ET I C,
COMMERCIAL. LA W,
A most thorough practical department is
in constant operation, in which are com
prised all the. minutiae of business affairs.
Students can enter at any time. No va
Call at rooms; corner of FRONT and AL
DER streets,, r send for a circular contain
ing lull information. Aduress,
. Portland, Oregon.
A. G. VALLIXCrS
Ploneor Book Eiindcry.
So. 5 -lV:isIiiiigtoi Strttl,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and EOL'D to
anv desired pattern.
Music rooks, magazines, news
papers, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the tride.
Orders from the country promptly at-
To Stock Drovers.
ryllE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE
J- Mountains, know ss the " Old Emigrant
Road,-' is now in splendid order for the ac
commodation o'' the puidic. The budges ou
the load have all been thoroughly repaired,
and stock drovers will find it r o trouble to
cross the Mountain by this route. There is
tpienty of good water and grass on both
sides of the Mountain, anel the distance
across is only ru miles, being the shortest as
well as the best road oyer the Cascade
Mountains. Stock drovers and emigrants
will find it to their advantage to travel over
thisioute. Tolcs reasonable.
Clackamas county, July, lS70:julCif
FRENCH MEDICAL ClPTf tT
DR. JULIEN FERRAULT
Dr. of Medicine of the Par , J
Purls, Gradnate of t!iP y "f
Quee n's College, ami Fltygiia,?
St. J0I111 iiaptUte Society of Sail J'H
Cisco. " riu
Dk. Perk aclt has the pleasure tn ; ,
patients and oth. i s seeking ccnfiderdiJIr
ical ativice that he can be conltJ ' -,De
his office, Armory Hall Uuiidir vJ:
East corner of Montgomery and Sacr '
streets, San Francisco, Rooms Nos
first floor, up strirs, entrarce on 'f
Montgomery 01 Sacramento etreefs ULtr
Dr. Pekkavlt's studies Lave LrrV
exclusively devolcd to tLe cme ?r
various foims of Nervous nr d pi Vs- , '
bility, the result of injurious habits .?r d(
in youth, which usuahy terminate in - l
tence and sterility, and 1 jermatientlv
all the concomitants of old'arrep, v'i!:0lte
secret icfirmity exists involving tliA v'
ness of a life and that cf others reas
moralitv dictate the nccpssitr 00 aci
for it is" a fact that premature deePreHl
vigor of manhood matrimonial m,i 'er
compulsory single life, etc.. Lave
sources 111 causes, the germ of Lich in ft
ed in early life, and the bitt fru;t3
long afterward; patients, laboring nmKraf
eomplaint, will complain of one or I ;
the following symptoms : Ncctnal v0'
sions, Pains in the Rack and Read 'IV
ness of Memory and Sight, DkcLar f
the Ur-cthra on going to stgbl or niftlTiL "
tcr, Intellectual Faculties cre Weak
Loss of Memory ensues, Ideas are elm?
and there is a disinclination to attend to '
ir.ess, or even to reading, writine T n
society of friends, etc. The patient i?
probably complain cf I)iz2iness, Yertn ''
that Sight and Ilear.ng are weakened S
sleep disturbed by dreams; rnelantlif'
sighing, palpitation, fain tings, couHis t i
slow fevers ; while some have cxtintlM
matic rain. Etud numbness r,f v..
Some of the common svmptoms are rinr'
in the face, and aching" in different
face, and aching in diS'ercnt am
the body. Patients Sufferirg from Q,
, should rpply imni.diatelv to Pa JEB"
lt, either in person or by" ktSer ' af
guarantee a cure of Scn;mal Y.txn,t I
will guarantee a cure of Sm;mal Emitsior
iuiwnim i ij cja vi ciijl veeK?.
Patients suffering from ver.eriardii-eae:,
any stage, Gonoiihca, Gleet, Stiicttni
Bubo, Ulcirs, Cutaneous Eruptions''
will be treated successfully. All Sj'bp,1;'
and Mercurial Taints entirely iea.oVd l'"B
Dk. Pekrault's dipkmas are in lis(Efp
where patients can see for tLcn:fe!ve$tiv!
they are under the care of a reenter edua'
ted practitioner. The best itlti'cnecs ei
if require a. "
Patients f-uffering under lironic disecn
can call and examii.e for thcmselvtsf V
invite investigation ; claim m.t to !.E(,
everything, nor to cure every b dv, Imi".
do claim that in all cases taken unc.jr trca
mei.t we fulfill cur prcmisesQ We partial,
ly Tcqucst those w ho Lave tried tb s bca;
doctcr, and that advert ted ! yiti:s
worn out and discc in ap-ed, to cali LitEtt
Low charges and quick cures.
Ladies snfi'eiing Iron: any complaint isfj
dents, to their sex, can coise.lt the dttta
with the as.-.u' ance of relief.
Female SlontJily Tills.
Dn. pEnnACLT is the only pcent in frf.
fornia for Dr. Riott's Female .Monthly 1
Their immense sale has established thl-irt
utation as a female le'ir.ecy iniapprcuili.
and far in advance of every oil.cr un tdv!
suppressions fnd irregukrities, and if:,,:
ob.-tiuctions iu lemales. On the receipt d
five dcllars, these Pills will be sei t bv ul
or express to anypart of the worli 'stmt
from curiosity or damage.
Persons at a ebstai.ee can be enrtd s:
home, by addressing a letter to lui In.
eau.t, corner of Sacramento and MfD'rs
cry streets, Ro cms 10 und 11, or Roi ;;
P. O. San Francisco, stating tie tu.eb
minutely as possible, general Labitsifiif.
irg. occupation, etc., eic.
All cemmunicatious confidential. Jvr4p
PRIVATE BIBLICAL AID,
Q,ulclt Cures rsiiel ?Ii lti jic Gliaigui
DR. Vr. K.- D O II E R T Y S
Fiivate Medical ami Smgital
Dtlow MONTGOMERY, e pposite the Kdk
Mail Steamship Con-p-any's Oilice.
(Private entrance Leadesd'i iff sh'tt i
Established Exjressiy to Aft'm-d the Aiiitrtd
Soi.ud and Scientific Medical Aid, in tk
Treatment and Cure of all Priva'-;
and Chronic Pbessc-s, C;.s s of
Secrecy, and Scw-al Disorders.
To Use A fslictrs!. O
DR. W. K. DOHEPiTY returns his si t
thanks to hi 1 un irons patients ?;'Q ;r
patronage, and would take this ej oi'i.i itr
to remind them that lie cent it; res toeiiM.
at his Institute for ti e one e-ttx huair t.s
easesof the I.urgs, Liver, Kidceys, I':.-'v
tive and (Jrcnito-Uririaiy Orcans, ;,rd s.1
private disease, viz : Sipf.ilis in ali it- torn.
and stage s, Seminal Vv'cakne s and all tU
l.oriid consequences of self-aLu.-e, Iri.n'.ir
Leva, Gh ct, Stricture s, Nocturnal ai.d Diur
nal Emissions, Sexual Deb bty, Dise-SM-sef
t lie Rack and Lediis, ii.!lan.:ution cf )'.
Bladder and Kidneys, etc. ; hh! l e I f,"
that Ins long experience and sv.cccs.-ful put
lice will ccfutinue toirsine Lim a ; n '
public patronage. By the pice-ticc of p:rr.T
years in Europe ir.d the United States, lit.
enabled to r.ppdy tl.e m st efiicicnt n-.A sic
cessfr.1 remedies against diseases of aiik :
lie uses no mercury, charges moccrutc-.tre-s
his patients in a ceurctt and hoi cinba"''
and has reference s of urqucs-tioiud. !e voki
ty from men of known respectability ;J
high standing in fcc:ety. All parties t.5
suiting him by letter t r othenvl.-e, wi'i re
ceive the best " and gentlest ticattncrAU
When a female is in trouble, er Sl:d
with disease, as weakness el the laek if
limbs, pain in the head, dimness cf m;';,
lors of muscular power, palpitat en ( i
heart, iriitabi'ity, nervousness, extreB.esr
inary dilliculties, derangement ei dige-i;re
functions, ccneral dt-bilitv. vorinii's. id!
eases of the womb, hrstei-ia. stci ilitv ar
other diseases peculiar to females, fbceii,;!"
go or write at once to the celebrated furaie
doctor, W. K. DOIIERTY, at hisJIeeiic.il':
stitnte, and consult him about her trevF'5
and diseases. The Doctor is e fleet irgji '-;t
cures than ar.y ether physician in the 5?!t?
of California Let no ttdse delicacy priva
eu. but nnn'v immpfiintptv -ind i-'o vonrt.i
"from painful sufleiines and nremature !',(! '
Ail married ladies, whose delicate Leaun ci
otticr circumstances prevent an inrrpase ir
their families should write or cull r.t Bib ,v-
Iv. DOHLRT Y'S Medical Institute, ard trT
will receive every no;;sib!e relief and
The Doctor's otiices are so arranged t' -'::f
can be consulted without fear of olstivat:-
Patients residing in anv 1 art of tin?
However distant, who mav desire thcoi!i ;'u
and advice of DIt.DOHERTY in their i;
tive cases, and who think proj.er to 5-u: n u
written statement of si-ch, in prife-n ';Ce.
holding a personal interview, are respfcl;1!''
ly assured that their communicatiens ';il t
held sacred and confidential. If the ca5 Li
fully and candidly descr ibed, personal
munication will he im necessary, as in.-tn1;'
tions for diet, regimen and tbe general t:
ment of the ca-e"itself (including the rfff--(
dies), will bo forwarded without delay a..
in such a manner as to convey no idea id
purport of the letter or parcel.
A . ,L.. flmVifi
Jijrconsuitaiion uy ieue
FLEE. Permanent cure Eruarantccd crncpu
DR. DOIIERTY Las just published an
portant pamphlet, embodying in " "V.-f
. . , - .... v.
;.-s in relation 10 jjuj.
iriiity; being a Short i reai cs vu ;:rv'"
Phvstcal Iiebility consequent on tr.i .
t:on. :.nd other diseases of the Sexual urj..-;
This little work contains information 01
utmost value to ail.wl.e ther man if el ers -- ,
and will be sent FREE by mail on retHJ''
ix cents in postage stamps lor leiuiu t
juIySOly San I'laacuco t"1-