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.We're born ; we laugh ; we weep ;
We love ; we uroop ; we me ;
Ah I wherefore do we laugh and weep
Why do we live or die?
Who knows that secret deep ?
Alas, not I !
Why doth the violet spring
Ltiseen by the human eye ?
Why do the radiant seasjns bring
pSweet thought.-; that quickly iiy !
Why do our tond beans cling
To thoughts ihat die !
We toil through p ain and wrong.
We li-r!!aii:l fly ;
We love : we lose . and then ere long.
Stone dead we lie.
Oh ' Jiie is all one song,
"Endure and db' !''
Go . d Fanners
They take good papers and
They keep account of farm oper
ations. They do not leave their farm
implements scattered over the farm,
exposed to the rain, heat and
They repair their tools and build
ings at the proper time, and do not
suffer subsequently three-fold ex
penditure of time and money.
They use their money judicious
ly, and they do not attend auetion
sales to purchase all kinds oftrum
pery because it is cheap.
Thoy see that their fences are
well repaired, and their cattle are
not irrazino; in the meadows, or
gram fields or orchards.
They do not refuse to make cor
rect experiments in a small way,
of many new things.
They planP their fruit trees well,
and care for them, and of course
get good crops.
They practice economy by giv
ing their stock good shelter during
the winter, also good food, taking
all that is unsound, half rotten or
They do not keep a tribe of cats
or snarling dogs around the prem
ises, who cat more in a month than
they are worth in their whole lives.
Lastly, they read the advertise
ments .and. know what is going on,
and frequently save money by it.
Successful farming is ma le by
attention to little thln-gs. The
farmer who does his bed earns his
monev with apprs-n.-ition and uses
it with best. t---;jhs. Such ;;e-;;
are the salt of the earth.
. i O vl -
ae ie.es u':i:e-; o : -. o! h ' ''-:!!,
who is eiaim-ageut 1 tv ver m Vaii
ingtou received certain sums of
money upon the agreement, t hat he
would traua-et certain Imsiuess.
In one instance he was p.-nd five
-s 1 j v i j U ; ia it ! her he :' -":
i :;:: h, -nuilie- .-. ,.-" h-r
uj)oii a treasurer of u cerlaiii
company was cashed for Mr. Dent,
but upon presentation of it to the
gent lc,nian upon whom it was
drawn he saM he neither owed Mr.
Dent anything, nor did he author
ize him to make such a draft. Mr.
Dent's paper was dishonored ; bat
the gentleman who has been the
victim in these cases is onlv de
sirous of getting Iiis money baek,
and has commenced a civil s;nt
against him. A warrant was to
be issued for the arrest of Mr.
Lewis Dent, who has been here
stopping at. the Fifih Avenue ilo
9el a feugdays. He is a non-resident,
an I is consequently held un
der a different law from that which
applies to a resident for the same
offence. An order was uiven for
his arrest yesterday. It was serv
ed upon him, when he obtained
bail and left for Washington on the
The gentleman who brings these
cases is well known in this com
munity and has set about this bus
iness in earnest. The letters which
he IroUlsPto sustain him in his
opinion and course are ample, and
would startle the community if
published. It is quite likely that
they will appear in evidence if the
inony is not forthcoming.
The complainant in these cases
has had frequent occasion to deal
with the Presidential lamily, offici
ally speaking, and is thoroughly
post iff! as to their ,n l .- p roiiti
of carrying on the government. It
is not unlikely that there will be
some astounding developments in
a few days.
(loan !t)vtci; ro Dysi-Kt'Tics.
If a man wishes to get rid of dys
pepsia he must give his stomach
and brain less to do. It will be of
no service to him to follow any
particular regime to live
chaff bread, or any such stuff,
weigh Ins too. I, etc., so Ion r tl
brain is in a iusiaut state of ex
citement. Let it have proper rest
and the stomach will perforin its
functioiy. But if he pass fourteen
or fifteen hours a day in his oiliee
or counting room, and take no ex
ercise, his stomach will inevitably
beeomejKiralyzed, and if lie puts
nothing m it but a cracker a day
ii will not digest it. 1 1 1 many
cases it is the brain that is the
primary cause. Give that delicate
organ some rest. Leave your busi
ness Uehind you when you go
home. Do not sit down to vour
dinner with your brows knit" and
your mind absorbed hi eatiu up
interest accounts. XeVer abrid-e
the usual hours of sleep. Take
more or less exercise in the open
air eVry day. Allow yourself
some innocent recreation. Fit
modt'rately, slowly, ;VMq of wlt
you desire. If any particular dish
disagrees with you ho-.vver, never
louea ,i. Uo net imagine tn.it v
mua' nvo ou rvo bread nor
. II WMII'll ill BUiaVUMWSi
meal porridge. A reasonable
quantity of nutricious food is essen
tial to the mind as well as the
body. Banish all thoughts on the
subject. If you have any treatises
on dyspepsia, domestic medicine,
etc., put them in the fire. If you
are constantly talking and think
ing about dyspepsia, you will sure
ly have it. Endeavoring to forget
that you have a stomach. Keep a
clear conseience. Live temperate
ly, cleanly, regularly. 13e indus
trious and temperate. Journal of
A long-nosed old maid appeared
at the door of a farmer"'-; house n.
Iowa the other day, and wanted
the farmers wife to subscribe to
some women's newspaper an 1 sign
a petition for wome i's suffrage.
The wife called out, "Charles, Tom,
liichard, Lucy, Jane !" and was
soon surrounded by a cro.d
rosy-cheeked children. She then
turned to her visitor and said,
'Have you any of these? "No I '
was her sharp reply. "Then," re
plied the buxom wife, "go get ;
few and afterward come to in
about women's rights, if you fei
Ex-Senator Henry S. Footc, who
now lives in Xahville, Tennessee,
publisher a letter favoring the Vnl
landigham "new departure," and
the nomination of General Sher
man by the Democrats. This
Foote is a garulons old fool, who
ought to be shut up in a mad
house. The idea of (Jen. Sherman
as a Democratic candidate is onlv
a little better than that of lien
Butler. The Democracy can make
up a ticket without calling upon
the enemy to lurnish the timber.
A Lesson- of IIistouy. In 1852,
the Whigs made their platform as
near alike that of the Democrats
as possible. After that year the
Whigs were never heard of in na
tional politics. Should not this
serve as ;i lesson to the "New De
parture'' Demorats who promise to
run the Democracy on a Kepubli
A learned lhshop oace said to a
clergvman, who had asked hiii!
-A'hv he was so of; en silent, when
he had so much to say that we
v.-n'i h -ayiirj; : "1 talked as much
as aiiviiody -vi.t ii L was ou n g, .i: i i
-aid a great many foolish thing-
i ha' I ha e It-. -en son y for. I hav.
m-ver been sorry lor anything i
lid n-e s;lv
3 A 1
MSSTIL', T Il!S Of. I) STAND,
CORNFU OK IN xi .-dXi il STKEETs
oit;.i;o.s i t v, okloon.
mere is e w o u l i invite hl-
ti-i.-n U una toe p.a.ih-' ;n genet al
all ;tid .-xaiiime s tock, consisting ot
t'Uui'ul ussot'tmetit of
3 j t .Xa !d.?
J .11 f 4k A.
v ll-tvin frotr m.my rears' expeiienc
THE HECP.Er OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SMAJL PROFITS
iS DK.TEIlMi.s'i:!) TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILI
S I. m-e the Cry of Por.land Prices !
Oreo.-i City, August 25th, I SOO.
II AD S A LOON.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAX STREET Oregon City.
E st DILLl.lRD TABr.ES in. OREGON
thivi- !L'cn iitro.Iuccil. and the Proprivtur in
vaes tl;e aueution nf xw lovers of this
popular aiuusemeut to them.
T 11 E BAR IS S VP PLIED
With all thf choicest qualities of Liquors anj
(Tiirar. Scotch. Insli -.uid !ourhon already
fatuous WJii-kis and Punch. Also
erg- Families supplied.
STOVES, TIV PbVTE. SHEEP IRON, P.RA-IEII-'
OPI'E I. LEAD PIPE. Ill N
PI E N1) KIT I'lNUS, Rt'HR flli
HOSE. FOIK'E AND LIFT
PUMPS ZINC. COPPER,
BRASS AM) IKON
A!- a general assoitmeut ol Rous
Tin, Coppsr, and Sheet
ROOF'Ntt AVOJORRING OF EVERY
DESCIMJTION PONE TO
ORDER. AND AT
Also, at POPE' STOVE STORE you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS. WOODEN,
W A R E A V D i I N V R F, ! . A NT E , ;NS,
LAMPS A VD OIL. LUCINE AND
NIOUT LAMPS. ALSO
All or ttie .iH'ive irticls are for sale at
Pi ECUS TO .-UIT ' HE TIME .
C. AV. POPE & CO.
li-.ty' Oregou City Oregon.
B. L. STOISTE'S,
o. 107 Front Street, iPortlaBMl, Orcgross.
GOLD CHAIXS AXD RIXGS, CLOCKS,
OROIDE VrATBlIES AND CHAINS,
FINE JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE,
AA1 o jSTew Y"oxk Prices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. JuOtf.
New Goods 2 New Goods !
BE1S LEAVE TO INFO EM TE PUB L1C
that he litis refitted the old staud, corner
.,a:n and Seventh Sts., Orcj;-',n City, and has
received an entire ucv stock of goods, con---i-tin
DllY "'GOODS, GROCERIES,
CllOCKE I y, G' AsS WARE,
and a general assortment of everything in
our line. Thankful tor vast f.ivors, w estil
solicit a share of the u-Wc pat rotate.
Couutry Produce taktn in exchaug o
Carriole rlanLsfnctory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
uieuioiis of bin pz-euiises, at the old stand
Corner of Muiu and Third streets,
)reon City. . . ..
Takes this mot hod to iufoim lii.-? old pat-
ns, aud as niiiiv now ones as u .iv he
! eased to cail, ttai he i now prepared, with
imple ro-'iu. gi,.. nuterials. arid h-? very
i --t of :neehauir., to buii anew, recon
- r'uet, make, p unt, iiu-i r.ad turn out all
oniplete an v sai i c ! n vtiiiele Iroiu a eorn--lioti
f-irt to a cincord e ach. 'fry rue.
Eiaeksmitliing, IIiu'-;e or Ox slioeiug, and
reneral jublnng nratlv, qun-klv and cheap-v-
done.' DAVID MI tdi.
Opposite Excelsior Market
BALLSY &. HARDING,
Succes-Ois of L. Drt-t.::n i.i the Lincoln
TF.Cr LEAVE TO INFORM Til E CITI
U zeus of Oregon City and surrounding
jountrv, that tliey keej e-uistantly ou hand
iu-i Vr side, aM 'o'nils of
UREA I). 'R C!v lv!S,
CAN DIE - AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders pr mpt.y filled, and go-d d l'sver
at the residence of the puiehas- r when
X . highest pi ices paid f r Butter, Egg
Mid Ve-JCetahl s.
A dheoil -hare of public patronage is re
Patronize Monic Industry.
IS NOW PR LP A RED TO SUPPLY Till:
inai k- t w tli a No. 1 article ol Curled
.Li r -or Up'iolstery work, which will r.uii
liie witii any imported article In quality 01
I p i v the highest price for Manes and
Tails of Ilors-es and Tails of C 'V.s at rnv
store, corner Front and Salmon streets.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IX
I also keep constantly oti hand
SALEM CASSIMERES, FLA NX ELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
win t-ate wool in excuange.
JJ"I will also pay the highest prices for
Cutter, h-iric, and a'l Kinds ot good coimtrv
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oreiion. tor Casn o its equivalent in good
mer. ii mii tabic pr'nluee.
&S Give me a cail arid sati.-fv yourselves
DEER SKINS WANTED.
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY ORDFRS
Jan. 13,1571 tf
JOHN II. sen RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SA VDLES, HA RSESS,
V1 tc , efc,
JMain Strict, Orfgon City,
jTi?-Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to f irnish any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State He
partieulaily request that an examination of
liis-stoik be ni!ide before buying elsewliere.
STEERS Sl HINOE;
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DIMrSTIC
Wines, JB randies, Whiskies, lt:
Xo. 4 F.n-t Street, Portla?s", rvR 0O ,
Constantly on hand a genuine article ot
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOPiJIA,
OIL - CLOTHS,
W I IT D 0 W-o II A SES,
PAPJSr- -H A I? G I 21 G S,
LACi - CTJETAIITS, &c, &c
We Wavl'l CoU tie attention of pur
ties fitting vp houses, or heing in
' med of anything in. our line
To our Stock, which is
OXE OF Jllh COME LET F.ST
t A & (lit S.. 1 -'I 4., O
Ow (roods being (pedal! selected at
the l-'ncf:rie- ia J'Jujlatid and the
Eastern States, we cav. sell
AT THE LO WEST
ii Iss5,5aIseo Prices,
Xo. SO Front street, between Alder
35.) and 'Washington, Portland Oregon
! Ca hi t- , j .."si ;hf
f S - a- -i J- . i . v f-.'- - r '
W lSl k i-, Wr i M im ,
xl'j u jivv xii.L-d v.UiU.
EvDaMi l M t -i. ..- . : i!..- r
Nlgfit si-cii'.'s". Thi ilia-' ,-r in l;e,i .-i-.i
::d l.uiir.ia . e s?r-.vs ns un' ,', ' i ieii a;-. I
i-eautn- s in t!ie G rca I "o-i.s', v itli it - ;,:;.,;:t .
i ihy. vv, sing ng lurds, waviu-; pi.! ins,
rolling .is. beaut l.i !;.-.v, m; ! m iu.-i-t-iins.
i'e i!ii!i! 1 1 ." i , mi.-iity .-c aus. th;:-i-(K-rin
vii ce-. !) z'.ir; h aven ;;,( vi...;t iu.i
V r-.e w ill) c u! t!c -s I.-, in-js i'l uri io:;-: of
oilds, :iiid rc is in us c.u h the .i n v. ri t : en
w..rd Ros-- tinted jiaper. ornate entr'-.iv-ings
a id sup..'ro biudin r. Send for eui.u!ar.
iu wliich i-s a fu!i de -criptioii and u..t ers.i!
C mm- i,d.i!i"iis by tii-rf press, minis e:s a e!
c -I ::x oio!css;rs, iu the straigUte.-t possible
Agents ids Wuutc 1 f r the
PACIFIC LAV BnO YGL0?r DIA,
tii:c; i.i.vr law isookout:
Writteu ex.uc-siy for use upon the P .eiflc
8oo PAGES! FULL LAV." LINDlNG '
Troi!i f'j "i. Ei. u'y sou I '!;;'. re it SuLjtrcti,
To consult upon anyone of which would
c-Oct more taaii the price of the Uuok.
BY J. I WDERY,
Of the San Francis o Car.
The above are the most rapid selling and
popular b..k- ever noon this Coast. Agents
are niee'ing with miccs- evcrv wiiere.
Sen-1 buH-'dtittvlj J'-'' Virculitr-s und Tw)ns
A L. B 1IJCX0FT & CO ,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAE.
Vi? fci H V 4 t, a tJ
IIUPJDHEB3 CF SIIJGLH
W A L T il A M WATCHES
I'D 'lilli I'.VCIS'lC (WIST,
BIT LSAIL, AIID EXPRESS,
And in evi ry case
IV IT a SATISFACTION TO Tl'.ii I UltCa Asr.K.
TtQ-JVl:es crc novc all Il d.
Solid .V-lver Hunting Washes a law ,r :?I.".,
Sohd Gold Hunting Watches us ttr as ?'5-".
Our pri i s art- all In, (Jrekxbacks ml vt
lval in none but Gem ine Wat.tiiam W.atciiks
Every one who wants a Watch and fc- Is a
desire to be iiosted should v.-rite to us tor onr
illustrated i!is:orv of -Vatehiuakiug. It will
cost you nothing as we send it postpaid with
out chit ye. and with it. a full C.it dogiv o!
ail the W atche-s w;;h price.- of eacii. VN'iieti
you rec- ive c.u -, oil will be surpris 'd at. the
1 w rale.- and you will understand our plan
of sending wuiclics to any pl.ice ho-vever re
mo?.- witii ut e.nv risk to the purchaser.
We send any V.it h ycu ord.er and let yon
examine it befbre you pay for it. Do not or
der a Watch till you have tiist sent for th
Pi ice Li-t atul when rou wiiteidease ineu
tiou tue A It!)
HOWARD & CO
Wat':h 'makers and 'facel rs.
Xo. i . Ii OA H W A V, .tu Voile.
We have a full .-tock of extra heavy Ga-es
such as 4, '-, & 8 oz. always on 1 and and
can till o ders j roioj'tiv. j2j:ii:j
RESTAUR A M T.
LEOFi DsLOUSY, Prop'r,
r LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
M VIN STREET, OREGON" CITV, OREGON.
THE UNDERSIGNED R E- s
speetfully announces to lus "9
fe mi- und the t.ave'injf public, X
ti nt l e !:as re-opened the above
The proprietor knoTv; ho'.v to serve his
esutT(iers with Ovstis. Pia's Feet, a good
cup of Cofiee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Li- U IS DeLOLEY
Ore-on City, Jan. 27, !S7l:tf
NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTERI R1SE OFFICE
Oreoa ny, daauni
i n A ! A.
ir 1 i.-sr-j r.ssor-.
s. cotiiposed i
tl''T"t!:Pr wit I
i " 1 r.-v
CI t .
a tsm' : io
i M :-.': s .'i
E?i' v r i a l. in
j j'-5r.Vo'.;isTs' fcisstlEt,
ii;r.L; i f-:.'. Kiir. Heels,
! f.iI.NTSill) OILS,
the lowest Cisti Pr!.-ps siit
TThlr1! wa offer r.t
l not to he undersold.
U.ZicUONALD & CO
itt Peak Cisco, CL-
OUR DRUG BUSINESS located in San
Fruei.aco, Cal. After our Lest wishes, and
expressing our thanks for the liberal pat
ronage v. e have received for more than
twen;v-one years, during which period we
have been stj-adiiy engaged in the Drug bus
ness in California, we beg to .say in conse
quence of the rapid growth f Dr. Walker's
California Vine jar ibtteis, now spread over
the United States a-.d countries far beyond,
we are necessitated to devote our entire
tiir.e to said busine?.'.
We are the OKPst Drug firm on ihcPacific
Coast and the only one, eon t incur - under the
same proprietors since 1819. and have de
te.mined to soil our lar;:?, prosperous, f.n.l
well e-taUli-du-d bu.-.iness on fa vo raid terms.
This i- a rate oppoitunity for men with
means of entering into a prohtab-e business
with advantages never before o tiered.
Fo'- particulars enquire if
R. ii. Mcdonald a co.,
R. II. McDox.ud, Wlndes.de Diugm-ts,
J. Sri- xci-u:. C San Eranci-co. Cal.
X. C. Until a saie is made v,e shall con
tinue our importations and keep a larire
stock of fresh poods constantly on hand,
ami stii at prices to uety competition.
The Great Meilsca! Discovery t
Dr. WALKER'S C1LIFOHKIA
Hundreds of Thousands
Eear tor-timonT to their AVondcr
lal Curative Elleets.
cr; p sr
j3 r. m. .
THEY AI:E NOT A
A s J C V D P. I J KJ'
Male of Poor llav.i, Whiskey, Prot
Spirits and ilefuse I.ianursdoclored.splced
and sweetened to vlens-j the taste, called " Ton
ics,"" Appetizers," "Restorers," &c., that lead
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Koota and
Herbs of California, free frcsti nil Alcohvlic
.j'.uiuiitTus. They arc tl e ii K KAT BLOOD
jrii'iEit and Lin: tiiviNt; ritix-
Ci a ntrioct Renovator and Invigorator of
the Systcic, carryi;'.;; oil all poisonous matter and
restoring the blood to a liealthy condition. No
perso: can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain Ion? unwell.
Far Inn-aiiiiitiitory and Chronic II lien -itintir-u.i
i:tul (iuiit, I.vspeisift iu' ludi-UC-stifMi,
Jiilious, lietiiillent and Inter
iniltenl Fevers, Diseases ot" the Blood,
l.iver, Ki.lneys, :ui;l Dhuhier, these Bit
ters have l'e:i most successful. Ssiich Dis-ersx-s
are caused Iy Vitiated Itiootl, whlcU
U jonerally produced by derangement of the
JJYSl'Kl'SIA OU 1ND1C.ESTIOX.
Jleadachc. rain in tlie Shoulders, Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chert, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad taste iu the Mouth Bilious At
tacks, l'alpitaiion of t'ae Heart, Inflammation of
the Lu-.iis.l'ain iu the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off
Tliey invigorate the Stomach, and stimulate the
torpid liver and bowels, which render them of tui
euuallcd cfilcacy in cleansing the blood of all
Impurities, and imparting new life and vigor to
the whole system.
I-'OIl !SII1N DISEASES, Kruptions.Tetter,
Salt lP.ieum, Blotches. Spots, PimplcS. Pustules,
Boils, Carbuncles, King-Worms, Scald-Head, Sore
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationa of
the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the system in ehort time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle In such
cases will conv ince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities bursting through the skin in Pim
ples, Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse it -.hen you
find it obstructed and eluggish In the veins;
cleanse it wlien it ia foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the
health of the pystem will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WOR3IS, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully the circular arouud eac'i bottle.
J. 'WALKER, Proprietor. R. II. McDONALD &
CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco,
Cal,, a ud S3 and 31 Commerce Street. New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Feb. 1 : 1
The oriiriiiiitor of this woudei fid medtcii e,
elainis to uav.- discovered and combhcd in
.'. ''. more of .Yntt'. mo-t ..- -v, r; g-.-,
a-die if j,r-o'- I f v than was ever before com
bined in one uiedicine. The ev iderice ef t hi?
fact is i'uii! id i i the jrreat variety of most
obtiuat-' diseases wh ch it- has been 'ouod
to citiiiii r. In the cure f Bronchitis,
sert re. Coah.-; and the early stipes f Con
svntption it has a-tonish-(1 the medic d fa
culty, and hundreds of the best pl.vsicians
pronounce it ih ruU-st in,, Ural dincovtrif
"f 'the age. Whi'e it cures the severe-!
Coughs, it strengthens the s stem and puri
ties t e Vdeod. ly its a rat and thomuyh
Hood pari lying pr,p-rtit?, it curat all Humors
' ff.mi the worst crfula to a common Blotch,
'iin'Ie Eruption. Merouri.d Pi -ease.
Mineral Poisons, Syphilitic and Veneral Pi -eases,
and t; cir effects are eradicated and
rigorous haH'-i a -d a .'n nd rnri-iitiit l"r estab
lished. Erislptl-t, Salt- lihcuin. catd Ilei-i.
Ftccr &', Scat i or Iiuii--;h Skin, in ho t.
all the numerous disc is c-i se 1 uy had. Hop I,
are eonouere.! bv this p-.werful. punlymz
and invig-ra-h:.? i.iedi.-tne. For "Liver
Comp'aiutE Bilious hisatdt-rs and Habitual
Coast Umtion. it has pr( dnced hundre.-s ot
per-ect'and permanent cures where other
medicines h:id fad.
The proprietor offers ? 1 .Ci'iO re ward for a
med cine thai w 11 eouul it in the cure of all
d:sea?es for which it' is recommended. He
w.ire i.d' coi'iiti rfi -it and irnt-t litest imitatioti.
See that mv private (iovet nment Stamp,
wlitch is a pdsitiv rp.tarutitte of Gniiinne.
is upon the outside wrapper. This rnedicin
s S'd-l li I), ugci-.tn at $ (;) per LottU. Pre
pared by II. V. PIERCE. M. P., Sole Pto
prietor, at 1 is Chenncal Laboratory, 133
Seneci street, ljullal", N. Y.
11 U ?IBEL & STEGEj
Having- pnrelwod th nt.ove Brewery wish
es to inform the public that he now prepar
ed to manufacture a Xo. 1 qu ility of
Asiroodascan ie .o ained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited end. premrd'y filled'.
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r.i? P. ' C j-' -
'TT T? 0; " '
BY authority of a special Act of the I.
islature oi' Kcutucky, ot March 3lth,
1J71, the Trustees ol the Public Library
Kent jckv will give a
At Louisville, Ky.,
On Tuesday, Odder 31s, 1S71.
Under tha direction of the best Musical Tal
ent that can Iu procured.
TICKETS Or AIMISSIO-V, 10 ECH, CURRENCY.
Each Ticket will have attached to it four
coupons of the denomination of $2 50 each.
The holder cf eatii e ticket will be entitled
to admission to the Concert, and to the
whole amount of the grilt awarded to it by
lot. The holder of each coupon will be en
titled to aumission to the Concert and to
one-fourth of the amount of such gift as may
be awarded to it.
To provide funds for this Grand Concert
and for the benefit of the Public Eibrnry of
Kentucky, loo.ouO Tickets will be sold at
lu each currency.
1 iie Citizen Sanli of KcntutUy
is Treasurer and Depository.
Immediate! , after the Concert the sum of
S050,000 IS1 CUREMGY
will he distributed by lots to the holders of
Tickets in the following
ONE GRAN'!) tJIKf )F $10d,000
One Gift of 25.5o()
One tJift of 2n,o. 0
One(i:ftof PJ.Oi 0
One (Jitt of I,or0
One Citt of lH.oou
One (iift of : lo.U.o
One Gift of 14,000
One G ft of 13,oij')
One (iift of 2,0o'
One tiift of. U.ouo
One Gi t of 10,u0o
On- Gift of i'.ooo
O.ue Gift of 8,o"U
One Gilt of 7, "Oo
One il iit of U,ouo
One Gi t r f 4,0 Mi
One Giit of j. S.ooo
One Gift of 2.oU
One Grand Gift id' 5 i,0i.mi
Ten G.tts of .-sl.ooo each K ,.j,io
Fifteen Gifts of '.H e;ich 13,cu
E.jiliieeiJ Gif.s ol .oo each 14,-ii-O
Twenty Gilts of -t7.'o each 14 uOo
Twenty live Gists of i'jou each 15,ouo
Twenty Gifts of y4oo eaeli lo.uoO
Foity-fivc Cuts of 3oo each 11,500
Forty (iifts ff .-s-JOo each l,i,ooo
440 Gifts of -JluO each 44.000
721 Prizes, in all .$joo,0o0
After paying the expense of the enterprise
and niriki,: tile distribution of the uif'ts.t-e
balance oi the proceeds arising from the
sa e of tickets will be appropriated to t. e
establishment of a
Free Library in Lo sisvi !e, to be called the
Public Library ni 'Kentucky
l.y the provisio is i f the charter this Li
brary is to be to ever free to the gratuitous
i.e anu cnjome.a . 1 every ciuzei, auu 11 is
he in.ipose of the trustees to raise a fund
'. . ... , -, ,
uliicit-i;! to secure u suitatue liUild.na, to
and uio tnei.t 1 f every citizen and it is
jdace in it books enough to furni the nucleus
of a inagnilicesit lior.iry, and to so endow it
as to enable it to buy the can c.it pub-icatiuns
us they come out, and ti be seif snst inii-g.
The concert a n.t dit: iiuuion w.il lake 1 lace
uader the iniiue.i.atc- Mipervi.--ion of t;,e
trustees named in the act t-f incorporation,
who are as foil ws :
1 ii L'STKES.
Thus. E. nr.ini'.eit, lte Governor of Ky ;
II nry Watterson, ivht r Ou.iier J uttu !;
W. M. Jlald -man. President Curie. Journal
Co ; lie. 1 ( ass-.-iiay, of the ...i!y Cotunie. -cial
; Geo. '. i. eten. Proprietor . nze; efei- ;
y.ci arty, o! tin
jell', r.-o . Curt
l.ed.4. r ; J.
'uili.l tMI 1
W. t.'lusk . , A iitbur I'd
T. Dureit. of t:,e Lnui
The i rilr-tees wtli be
itical Text Rook ; R
j V i 1 le bill".
a-sisted by the foll-.w
ing wcllkti'iwn - .d eniiuent citizens of Ken
tuckv. v. h have Coiise-. ted t-t be present at
he conceit, au.i t. .su;.-eriatend the drawing
a..d distribati-.n of eif! :
II . n. II S Mites, J u.ige Jefi'erson C uirt
ot Common Piea ; Hon TRi ochnti, .'h;in
ce'lor Lou is vii !e 1. I. an eery Court; II n II
S' Lruce, ) udge Jeile. .-on . C.'iituit ('mut ;
iit.ii .) ( L.ixter. !;!-, . m- ot Loui-vil!e; II n
if J Webb, .Sen at -r of Kentucky; Col ii C
vVhatt'.n, IT .V Di-trie! Attorney ; Col I'hil
Lee, p; Osccuti::;,' Atiuruev Ninth Judicial
.! rict : Gen J T ii vie President N !1 &
;" Ii I!; Dr T .S Rdi, Pr..f Med Cniversity,
..ouisviiio ; .iiis oi 1' .I-.iiii.son, lbepnetor
;,iit House; ii u J I'mx-tur Ktiott, utte
.Menibi r of Cuii-rcss ; Andrew Graham.
Toliace-i and Cnltnu Rroher.
The h dders of tickets to whi. h uifts are
siwa-ded id b..- pai i on pr -seut.itinii a' the
oflice in L-.'.u.-v i!e Ky. Tick ts m be :br
sale iit Hie olh.; in Louisville tm t'ue
First of July, f S7 j .
Alibetal disco, u-t v. i , 1 be a li - wed when
10'h :mh or l.oo-i ickis are purchased in a
lot. Ali o.ders ac.-onipanie-.i by remutances
wid be ii-..mptiy attended to and the t ekeis
returned by mail, registered, or by express,
The undersigned., late principal Business
Manager of the ve-y sm cessi ,'l Mercantile
Libr.uy Gift Concert, of S..n Francisco, hav
1 g been appoi .ted Agent ot the above en
terprise, ha- to say t.,at everything will be
done to in .ke this an entire sueee-s, and
buyers d tickets wi;l find their interests ;i
wdl guarded as it they were per-onaliy
pirsentand superititen.ied the entire affair.
CH A III. E.n' R. PETEK.s,
june2Cinl (;;ut House, Louisville, Ky.
In the Con
f the State of Orearon. )
I'or the ( ee.ni v ot Clackamas." j "''
JACOU liOKJLU, Pi iV,
vs ' Civil Action to
PATRICK UihiT, Deft. ) re. ,v.r monev.
Tt I'ATIUCK K1LRY, D-.-teiidant : '
SNTIIi: XAMIl OF T1IR STATE OF ORI--
pm. you are h.-ivl.y reoniivd to appear and
answer the cumpiimt ot the Plain-, ill' lile.l
ajaiTist vt.u in tile .luov...- cTitiiled aetit:i, within
tea days from the iaU; ot the servi.-e of this
i- enmiuris npon y,ja. it' serve.1 within Clackamas
eot:'.;y : or if st-rved in any other county ( f this
State, then within t Wc-nty' days from tli'e .late of
t lie sevvit-e of this Summons' np;, 11 you ; and if
seived by piil..iiea.t inn. you are notilied aud re
pii'.vii to s,, appeitv an.i answer said complaint
on or .t f.re tlie 7th d iv 01 August, 1"71. 'beinir
the tirst day of the next term ' of the County
Court f r Cla.-kamas county, OiCL'-nn, which will
be hold alter the expiration of the pcriud -jri--s-ii!h-dby
the order of the Judye -.f .-; : i i Court,
made at C'linml.-er--, "ii tin' 'i of J ane, 1X71, for
the publication of this Summons, to-wit: Six
weeUs nm th"Tir-t pnblieation ; and if you fail
so to ape... ar an i ;m:ovcr, for want thereof ilc
plaint ut wid take juditlut-nt ajraiust y.,n for the
sum of three lum-ii.! dollars, a Yah-.rie... due
p.iamtiJf litem dt lendant on aecount f.r board
and lodginj? furnished iletttndant by plaint i If at
fleiendant's spe(.-ial instance and request, and for
tlie costs and diaburMiients of this notion
CUAS. K. WAUJtlOX,
Attorney for plaintiff.
June 23, ISTlrwG
Expiration of Copartnership
ryilK TERMS OF COPARTNERSHIP EX-
X isting between A. II. Re I ami E. A.
Parker, under the lirm name .f Rell A- I'aik-
er. Oregon City, Oregon, having expired by
reas-in of .imitation, A. II. Hell as-nnnes the
li .b.lities of said linn, ai d w.ll continue the
busiuess as formcily. w til an incressed and
more Complete assoitin rt. E. A. Parker,
having engaged his assistance in the Drug
Store, when he can he absent from the duties
of his farm, w 11 be pleased to meet and
serve 1 is old customers at-d friends in his
new occupation, and as the hooks of the firm
of Rell & Parker must of t ecessitv be dosed
up. those indebted will pk-ase call upon L"
A. Parker, at the old stand. We desire to
express gratitude aud many thanks to our
friends fur their liberal parrona-'e
A. II. RELL,
, 1:- A. PARKER.
May 1, 171.
In continuing the Drug business at the old
stand of Rell & Parker, I shall consult, the
1 est interests of customers and mvstdf by
purchasing goods of the finest cp.nl, tv, and
s-Hlmg the same at a very small advance
hoping thereby to tnive the continued favor
d former friends and patrons, and to make
many new and rernianeut customers.
Respectfully, a. 11. RELL.
May 11, lS71:m3
Blanks-. All kinds of blanks can be
had at this office Job Printing of every
description neatly executed, at short
ivf :r 1 7
fpS&d 1 1 U C
The FLOPENCE is the best Sewirr, Ma
chine for Faintly use, because it so sehloir
gets out of Order. If there is one in Ore
gon i.ot working well, if informed of it A
will fix it -without expense of any kiud f?
SAMliEL 11 EI A.
u.G ml AZ2 ZTTi." r
1 9 Montgomer St., South
Gracd Hotel Building-,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SOI) FOIl C1KCULAKS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
March 31, 1871 :mi0
JUST RECEIVED AT
ROOTS AND SHOES,
II A RDW RE, GROCEPIE,
CROCKERY. NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, Oi; EG ON CITY.
j . FOUNDS OF WOOL, for
'ill I II tl I , - , .,, ,, , -' , .
fUiUUU v.hicn I w il pay the hiLf-.t
1 1 J t
.It! IS bought
iii ke; jr ice.
PRO DECK of all
pa" trie highest n.
If vou desire ere
for which I
d Goods, at LOW Pri
cail at I. SELLING".-
and e-Viiruiue Li
f r.-i 5
stiK-k of Spr.ng Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv M.dto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
Ai-ril 14, I Tl:tf
Pf. IVATE MEOiGAL Ale,
il-titli t urts aiisl ?Idcrute Cliaiircs
t'rivatc M-:fc-al .V n-gi-al 'institute.
ilo. 519 Sacramento Street, corner cf
LfcidcSflr.ri--; (a few doors l-eiuw
tho hat Cheer IIouseA
e entrance 011 Letdesdoi fl street. "s
ed Expressly to A fiord t he Afil :cted
and Scientific Medical Aid, in Ihe
1 1 catn.cM and
i! 1 'mate
(.'til onie I d-c.ises
To t Sit ARlieSt t!.
Oil. V. K. DOI1EHTY returns his
us si; cere
tiiuniis to hi- 1 n:t oi-or.s pnticr.ts for their
pat ronage and would take this pportunitv
to remind them that he continues to consult
at. his Institute f'-rHe cute of IirM".- dis
eassof the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Diges
tive and Geniio.-Urinat v Ot eun's, and' ad
I 'Ovate di- use-, v ir. : Syid.il is in all its fII(
and stagi s, Seiiiinn! Vca!:ne s and all the
horrid consequences of self-abn-e. Cm in rr
hiea. Gl i t, Strietur. s. Nocturnal and Rir.r-
1 id Emissions. S xual Deli! tv, I't
t sea sc.
irdlaninialion of the
nd knau'vs. etc rind be I.ot f s
l'"g expt rieiice and successful Tuac
1 con tin ut? toinsute him a suu of
uhiic patronage. Pv the practice of many
yea- s in Europe and the United States, he is
enab'rd to apply ihenn st !he;ent end suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds
He uses no mercury, el arees moderate, treats
his patients in a coirert and honorable v.ar,
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability ar.d
lii-Ii standing in soc:etv. All parties con
sulting hirn by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the bo-t and gentlest tieatme .1 ai d
iitii) licit st ctcev.
When n female is in trouble, or afllicfed
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sight,
loss of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart irrit ibiiity. nervousness, evtremo nr.
nary tliiiiciiliies derangement of dige-tive
'unctions, general debility, vaginitis, all dis
ast s of t he womb, hvsferia sf m o., J .,n
L..-.s ni.u.o. o.sieria, siet ilitv and :i!i
ther diseases peculiar to Ti niales.shenonhl
go rr wri'e at on, e t.. the celebrated femah:
-Joctor, V. K. POM: KTY, at hisMedical In
stitute, and consult, him about her tioubles
and di-eas-s. The Doct- r iscllecfing more
"J"',8'1!8" ;!Ii3" "dl.er physicmn in the State
of ( aliforn-a. Let no false delicacy prevent
ou, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful suireiinps and premature death.
All married ladies, t hose delicate health or
otner circumstances prevent an increase in
thcr families -lionld write or call at PR W
K. L'O.MLK'I Y'S Medical Institute, ai.d thev
wid receive t very po sihle relief and help,
ifie Jiocfo! s cdiices are so arranged that he
can be consulted without fear jf observation.
O.ie. t it 1 . U L ..4,. , -1..
Patients T-esidintr ia any part of thecfafe
nowever distant, who niav'de sire the opinion
and advice of OR. DOURRTY in their respec
five cases and who ihink proper to sut mit a
w, ,tp n statement of such in preference to
mining a peism al interview, are respectful
ly ass 11 ied that tneir eon-municat'ons will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case be
fudy and candidly described, personal com
munition will be unnecessary, as instruc
tions for (Pet i crimen and the general treat
ment of tf.e ca e itself (including the remo
d es), will be forwaidcd without delay, and
m such a m inner as to cmivfv no ideaof the
ourport of the letter or parcel.
T, O'-riSultationby let ter or otherwise,
I RLE. Permanent cure guaranteed ornopay.
! DR. D0IIEIITY has just published an im
! Prtant pamphlet, embetlving his own views
j aid experiences in if lation to Impotence cr
j iiijity ; being a Short Treaties on Sperm a-
tonhoja or Seminal Weakness. Nervous and
Physical Debility consequent on this affec
t;on, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to aH, whether married orsinqrle
and will be sent FI.'EE by mail on receipt of
t six cents in postage stamps for return post
s age. Address.
! V, K. D0IIERTY.M. F.,
j julyC'dy San Francisco Cal I
j A VOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
I . f discretion, causing ncrvons debility,
I premature decay. Ac, having tried in Tain
I every advertised remedy, has a simple means
; of self-cure, which he w'll send free to his
! fellow -sufferers. Address J. II. TUTTLE,
7S Nassau St., New York.
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