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Wtky Do We Tliinlt or tlie Morrow."
? BTO. C. GILMOKE.
"Why do we think of the morrow,
VWhy'not leave the future to fate ?
It's no use to dream of the sorrow
Which approaches us never tODlate.
Look to Hope that ever bright star,
Whose beams are softer for us all,
As It shines from the heavens afar,
Nor dreani3 of to-morrow at all.
QWhy do we think of the morrow,
Thus live in suspicion and care,
And dreaming of forthcoming evil,
Which is always made ghastly with fear?
lnm in mm wno so often has said
He'd protect and provide for us all,
For when neath the sod we are laid
We'll not think of to-morrow at all.
Why do we think of the morrow?
For our days they are short at the best,
And never are lengthened by sorrow,
He it silent or merely expressed.
Then be hopeful, be prayerful, be patient,
Up in heaven there's rest for us all,
And when we are home with our Saviour
We'll not think 6f to-morrow at all.
Dr. Dio'Lcwis pronounces some
rather startling propositions in his
book on hygiene. P or instance:
Potatoes, both Ikish and sweet,
O tire very poor food for brain and
muscle. The common notion that
our health and life depend upon a
mvsterious Providence is down
right infidelity. A child goes out
oi"a hot room with naiad arms
and legs, in pursuit of its daily sup
O ply of poisoned candies, and then
dies of croup. Is that a mystcri
cms Providence? If a man in
dulges himself until ho gets the
gout, and disease attacks his heart
t,md kills him, is his death a mys
The reason that American peo
ple ore such dyspeptics is that they
cat and drink so much, and eat and
drink so fast.
The teeth will not decay if they
are kept clean. A tooth-brush is
a good thing, but one good tooth
pick is worth an armful of tooth
brushes. There is a gentleman
now living in New York city, who
has three beautiful front teeth
which lie purchased from the
mouth of an IriSman. His own
teeth were removed, and instantly
Patri ck'Sjw e re t ran sfe r re d .
The w'ord biliousness is a sort of
cover for piggishuess. People are
not bilious who eat what they
Thcreck and "Roman armies
ate but once a day.
The common impression that to
matoes arc the healthiest of all
vegetables is a mistake. If eaten
at all, it should be with great mod
O 'Oration, and never raw. Tomatoes
have sometimes produced saliva
tion. Dr. Lewis knew, a young
lady who had lost all her teeth
fromrcxccssive eating of tomatoes.
Pies and cakes are poisonous.
To healthy persons, mineral wa
ters are not wholesome.
Corsets are most injurious to di
gestion. Their use finally results
in an immense and very ugly pro
tuberance of the abdomen.
Those who suffer from heartburn
should avoid soups, drink nothing
at meals, say "No, thank you," to
pfes and cakes, and go without
If you wish to live to eighty
- five, in the full enjoyment of all
your faculties, go to bed at nine
o'clock, and eat twice a day mod
crate quantities of plain food.
President Grant's Farm-
A HINT KOIt T1IK I'Kol'l.K POOR TUKKK YEA US
00,000 ix r.i.oouKi)
A correspondent of the Central
Jiattt, after visiting President
Grant's farm, a few miles from St.
Louis, Mo., says he was "received
by Mr. Eld rod, a relative of the
President, who is entrusted by him
with the superintendence of pro
perty valued at not less than 300
000. The farm includes, with re
cent purchases, 869 acres mostly
rolling land. After the hrilli.mt
o descriptions that have been re
cently published of Mr. Tweed's
Connecticut palace and the island
homes ot Messrs. Garvey, Iner
soll,Q Keyser and the other mag
nates of the republican-democratic
Xcw York court house ring, the
enthusiasm of the JiaitUC ile
scription of the President's blood
ed stock, luxuriant aboriculture,
and other items which make up
the $300,000, read quite natural.
Mr. Grant went into the army
not worth a cent, and has lived
quite freely ever since. His horses,
equipages, fcc, are the theme of
ndmiringa descriptions from corres
pondents not only at Washington,
(Jbut at Long Branch, and wherever
else he takes up Ins temporary
abode. It is therefore quite con
solatory to find that out of his
not excessive salary, first as Gener
al and now as President, he is able
to keep .300,000 of blooded stock
and such like property idle on a
Missouri farm. Politics appear to
iiay much the same in the White
louse in Washington as the new
court house of New York. The
boss politician is evidently bound
to be the millionaire of the period,
lie has found the secret hinted at
in the Scripture passages, "There
is that scattereth yet increaseth."
These boss politicians, whether
called Supervisors or Presidents
contrive to live at the highest
point of luxury, and on moderate
ouiancs, ma vet roll
A irrtlnln ,
p".' Yu,r nas come to
the conclusion that a mo ,;i,.
as well undertake to hold himfelf
out by arm's length and then turn !
a. uouoie somersault over a meet
0 ing house steeple, as to attempt to
publish a paper that will suit cverv-
o 1,0,1 r-
Preparing Dried Fruits for Market.
The follow in cr
selecting, curing, packing and
shipping dried limits for market,
will be found useful to all who de
sire to obtain the best prices :
Dried apples select sound fruit,
not too ripe. Be careful to pre
pare them clean. Let there be no
specks of the skin on any part,
and, above all, be sure they are
well cured. Dried apples coming
to market with specks of skin, or
cores and seeds still on, never meet
ready sales at market price. 'Sliced'
apples always pay for the addi
tional trouble, but where this is
not done, let the above, as to
cleanliness, be observed. This,
done, and dried of a bright color,
they sell readily for good prices.
Dried cherries, with seeds in, al
ways sell. They should be care
fully picked when ripe, thoroughly
dried, and kept as clean as possi
ble. "Seedless" cherries belong to
the most fancy of domestic dried
fruit, and always find a ready
market at good prices. They re
quire to be carefully dried without
being burned, and packed in their
natural state. If mixed with
molasses, or "doctored" in
way, it is detected at once,
they have to be
Dried plums should be handled
in the same manner as cherries.
Dried blackberries have recent
ly become quite a staple, and in
many sections the best paying
crop that grows. "When ripe they
should be nicely dried (not burn
ed) before packing. If packed
before thoroughly dried, they
breed worms, become mouldy, and
lead to general dissatisfaction.
Dried rasberries always bring a
better price than blackberries, and
should be handled the same way.
Quinces and pears, cut line,
thoroughly peeled and cored nice,
bring fair prices.
Never mix different qualities in
the same packages, as it is alTy3
discovered, and the price will be
based upon the poorest quality in
the package. Barrels are prefer
able for shipping ; and place a
distinguishing mark upon each
package of the different grades.
Let all barrels be correctlv tared
on the side as well as the head.
Follow these directions, and the
fruit will class with the best grades,
and the increased price will amply
repay the trouble. Mark plain di
rections on every package, name
of article, weight, tare of count,
and forward invoice of what, how
and when shipments made.
Truisms. Great minds are easy
in prosperity, and quiet in adversi
ty. Begin life with little show,
you may increase it afterward.
Tell not your secrets to your ser
vant, for then he will be your mas
ter. Religion is the best armor a
man can wear; but it is the worst
cloak. Experience without learn
ing does more good than learning
wit linnt. ovniiriniipn ITn !o nnt null-
1 . L A 1 . . W V...AV11W. J. i V 11VU will
11 1 1 . 1 . -1
lute wno ooes noinmg, out lie is
idle who might be better employ
ed, iractice without knowledge
is blind, and knowledge without
practice is lame,
I am rich enough, says Po)0 to
Swift, and can afford to give away
a hundred pounds a year. I
would not crawl upon the earth
without doing a little good. I
will enjoy the pleasure of what I
give, giving it alive and see
ing another enjoy it. When I die
I should be ashamed to leave
enough for a monument, if there
a wanting left above
A man who would maliciously
set fire to a barn said good old
Elder Porson, "and burn up a
stable full of horses and cows,
ought to be kicked to death by a
jackass, and I would like to be the
one to do it."
A Failure. The hay crop of
New Hampshire is a failure, and
the grasshoppers have all disloca
ted their legs in trying to jump
from one blade of grass to another.
jSf EW WAGOX
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises,at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Orcgou 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
arorwii trrr- , i . .
. muu materials, ana tne
hfKt -if w.K : . . . -i .
..wauits, io uuuu anew
struct make, paint, iron and turn
complete any sort oi a vehicle from
m " ca a concord coach. Try me
iiacKsimttiing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing neatly, qmeklv and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
JOITX II. SCHRAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
AfgK SADDLES, HARNESS.
kM etc., etc.,
Jfiin Si'ff, Orfgon (5ty,
gyWishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State. He
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
STEERS & HSMDE5
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Tflncs, Jrandits, Wie's7a'es, 2?c.
No. 40, Front Stseet, Tortlakp, Oregon.
Constantly on hand a genuine article of
Cutter V . iskv.
BY authority of a special Act of the Leg
islature of Kentucky, of March 31st,
1S71, the Trustees ot the Public Library of
Kentucky will give
A GRAND GIFT CONCERT
At Louisville, Ky,,
On Tuesday, October 3Uf, 1871.
Under the direction of the best Musical Tal
ent that cau be procured.
100,000 Tickets of Admission.
$10 Each, in Currency ; Half Tickets. 5 ;
Quarter Tickets, $2 50.
V.nch Ticket will consist of four quarters,
value, $2 50 each. The holder is entitled
to admission to the Concert, and to the
amount of gilt awarded to it or its frac
tion. Tickets nutrber from 1 to 100,000.
Tlie Citizens Bank of Kentucky
is Treasurer and Depository.
All moneys arising from the sale of Tickets
will be deposited with the Citizens' Bank,
subject only to the order of the President
and Treasurer of the Library, countersigned
by the JJusiness Manager.
During the Concert the sum of
S550,000 m CURRENCY
will be distributed bv lot to the holders of
Tickets in the following
ONE GRAND GIFT OF
One Grand Gift of
One Gift of
One Gift of. . .
One Gift of
One Gift of
One Gift of
One Gift of
One Gift of ;
One Gift of
One Gift of
One Gift of
One Gift of
One Gilt of
One Gift of
One Gift of.
One Gift of
One Gilt of
One Gift of
One Gift of
One Gift of
Ten Gifts of $1,000 each
Fifteen Gifts of $000 each
Eighteen Gifts of $800 each...
Twenty Gifts of $700 each
Twenty five Gilts cf SC00 each.
Twenty Gifts of $400 each...
l-'ort y-iive Ciits of $300 each.
Forty Gifts of $200 each
44(5 Gifts of $100 each
721 Prizes, in ail $550,000
After pavmcr the expense of the enter?; rise
and making the distribution of the gifts, the
balance oi' the proceeds arising from
sale of tickets will be
establishment of a
Free Library in Louisville,
TO EE CALLED THE
Public Library of Kentucky
The concert and distribution will take place
under the immediate supervision of the
trustees named in the act of incorporation.
The Trustees will be assisted by well
known and eminent citizens of Kentucky,
who have consented to be present at the con
cert, and to superintend the drawing and dis
tribution of gifts.
The holders of tickets to which gifts are
awarded will be paid on presentation of them
or their fraction at the office in Louisville,
the second day after drawing and every bus
iness day for six months thereafter, and may
be sent direct or th-.-ough any Bank or Ex
press Company for collection. All orders
accompanied by Drafts, Postoffice Money
Orders, or Greenbacks, will be promptly at
tended to and Tickets returned by mail, reg
istered or expressed, as desired.
Tickets are like greenbacks good only to
Buyers will note that there are only One
Hundred Thousand Tickets, instead of Two
Hundred Thousand, as in the Hau Francisco
Gift Concert, and 1hat there is $5t),ou
more distributed. Isold that and made the
award i in four months, and paid $4s3,0O0 to
ticket holders from November 2d to 15th,
1S70, and tin ned over $12,000 to the Secre
tary due tickets not presented.
It will be particularly noticed that it is
matter of impossibility for anyone to know
what numbers draw gifts, as it is not known
what the gift of any number drawn from
the first wheel will be, until the sealed box,
with amount of the gift plainly printed, is
taken from the other wheel and opened in
full view of the audience; therefor the larg
er gifts may not come out till towards the
last, or in the middle of the drawing. The
$100,000 gift in the San Francisco Gift Con
cert, under the management of C. R. Peters,
was the 200tu number drawn, ami was
awarded and paid to a gentleman m New
The numbers and Gifts are drawn by
blind children, from 8 to 14 years ot age.
The drawing will be extensively published
and parties ordering tickets will have print
ed lists sent them. Parties forming Clubs
and desiring information, will pie ise address
XI Tickets Tor 100; Tii krts tor
$-45-5; 50 Ticket for $500; 113
Tickets for 1,000.
The undersigned, late principal Business
Manager ot the very successful Mercantile
Library Gift Concert at San Francisco, has
been appointed Agent and Manager of the
Gift Concert in aid ot the Public Lib' ary of
The drawing will take place in public, and
everything will lie done to .satisfy buyers of
tickets that their interests will be as well
protected as if they personally superi ilen J
ed the entire affair.
DIA.WER OP DRAWING.
There will be two glass wheels. One
wheel will contain 100,000 numbers, plainly
printed on leather tags. The other wheel
will contaiu 721 boxes, each containing a
gift. One tag- or number will be drawn
f rom the $100,000 wheel, and the first box
drawn from the second or 721-box wheel will
contain a gift, neatly printed and sealed up.
and the gift s-o drawn front the second
wheel will be the gift of the tag first drawn,
whether $100, $1,000, or $100,000, as n
nounced. 14,331 Tickets Disposed of In July.
To insure ticket holders, the public is as
sured that if only 2-5,000 tickets are sold,
only 25,000 tickets go in the large wheel)
the' 721 gifts awarded, but diminished pro
rata. In case 50,000 tickets only are soi l,
ouly numbers 1 to 50,000 go in "the laro-c
wheel, and the 721 gifts, diminished one
half, and iu case only S5,0oo tickets are sold,
the en', ire 7i'l gifts will be paid in full it
being intended no unsold tickets shall par
ticipate. The Manager has already paid into the
Citizens' Bank $32,500 towards defraying
the expenses, and does not depend on sales
ol tickets to pay his expenses of Printin-r
Advertising, etc. The Public is invited To
the utmost scrutiny as to the reliability of
the entire afiair. J
Persons desirous of acting as
tt I ' uur U(?Ket3 m any city of
17mtf.l Staf - i - , J J vt
:-s or Canadas, address
Chas. R. Peters,
Mr.a..-er, Louisville, Kentucky.
1-0 Mam Street, Johnson's Clock.
DURTtKTT Tw-.:,-!.-. .
HALDEMAN, Vice President ; M. W CLUrf
K , Secretary : C1T1 ZE- 'n vr L
Money received from sale of tickets in r ,i
to await the drawing. ' Smia Clt'
M. A. FRENCH,
vtk Gen.!.raI A?nt Virginia City, Nevada
Who wtil supply tickets and furnish infor
33. L. STONE'S,
No. 107 Front Street, Poi'tlaiicI, Oregon.
. GOLD CHAINS AND RIXGS, CLOCKS,
OROIDE WATBIIES AND CHAINS,
FJLNE JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
.All at ISTew York Prices.
"SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. ju9tf
r, h. McDonalds co.,
Cail t':.c attention of Dealers to their larc assort,
.nci.t I" " Newly Arrived " Oeods, compowMl i:
:art of t'-.c fi'Aowinn articlts. tosT'-mer wit!
v. -rv (hi r Tcer-t In a well supplied "Wll i)
A1.S iiUL'ti STOKE.
T::rssKp & sfiroi:Ti:KS
KEr.OsiKN i: Oil,
DlU GOISTs' fet XDlUKS,
V. 1.VT.S .IX D OlI.P,
"vTJi'cli we ofT-r at U.c
lowest Cash Trices, anc
are determined rwt to be undersold.
E. n. HcDON" ALD & CO., Sax Fkaxcisco, Cal-
OUR DRUG- BUSINESS located in San
Fracisco, Cal. Afier our best wishes and
expressing our thanks for the liberal pat
ronage we have received Tor more than
twentv-one years, during which period we
have "been steadily engaged iii the Drngbns
ness in California, we beg to say in conse
quence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker's
California Vinegar Bitters, now spread over
the United States and countries far beyond,
we are necessitated to devote our entire
tin.e to said business.
We are the Oldest Drug firm on the Pacific
Coast and the only one, continous under the
same proprietors since 1S4'., and have de
termined to sell our large, prosperous, and
well etabli.-hed business on favorabl terms.
This is a rare opportunity for men with
means of entering iuto a profitable business
with advantages never before olitred.
Fo'- particulars enquire of
it. ii. McDonald & co.,
R. II. McDonald, J Wholesale Druggists,
J. C Spencer. j San Erancisco, Cal.
N. B. Until a sale is made we shall con
tinue our importations and keep a large
stock of fresh goods constantly on hand,
and sell at prices to dci'y competition.
The Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. W ALEER'S CALIFORNIA
i -if Hundreds of Thousands cL
Bear testimony to their "Wonder- o5 sr
lal Curative Effects. -2
ARE THEY ?g
o " n
THEY ABE NOT A VILB
Mane cf Vc:v
Sjt ri tn it ii : -1'- V-.:
i T ii ? !
, c-a:;c-l "
;l n:ia. b;.t.-;-
1 1 AIo!is-ti
ics,"" Aj r-( tUe;,T ' r::ii,:-e!r.,-'
the tippler on t drankear.es. ar
a true Mcdlc-ir.e.jnadj from t!:e N:
Ilcrhs cf Califarnia, free -frw.-Ts :
Sii::::J.t;f.-. Thayarc thcfJB KAT 211.00'.'
Will i'IF,:t iAFZ O Vil ! V
C I i lrl it if'r!"i-rt P.cn' ;itor :i:.'l lavlsorai.-r
the Systi.ni, carryin; off r, 11 po!aoaotis rauttor a:--restoring
the blood to n healthy condition. V
person can tao lhe:c Bi : t cm according to ra
tion and remain Ions nriw 11.
For I n.lri:n77i:i o.-j amd Chronic itheii
i!ialii:i find H:isH, D. fiprp-Wn. f?r IimI'.
scslion, iislio;;-, Itr;ni(icn; isnd Iiucr
luittcut Ffvrrfi, Di;rnr,rn nfllis I'Jlooil,
ljivcr, Ii id iioys, and IJhithltr, t'.irsc IJii-
tevs have, heeii most tr-.cC'-tstfn!. Hurli ii
'tis's are caused by Vil luted Jjiooi, wliitl
is generally produced by derangement of th'
IYSl'El'lA O It ISDHJESTIOX.
Headache. riu la tho Phonldera, Co'ik'tn, Tleht-
r.ess of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eruciruio: s or
the Stomach, Bad ta.-,tc i.a the Mouth lliliouri At
tacks, Palpitation of tho Heart, Inflammation o(
the Lungs, Pain In the regions of the Kidueys.and
a hundred other painful symptouis, arc the oX
springs of Dyspepsia.
Thy invisorattj the Stomach and stimulaic !lic
torpid liver and bowels, which render tliein of un
equalled efficacy iu cleansing the blond of :d'
impurities, and imparting new lite andviyorto
the whole sy.tei!'-
FOil ! X ;I.SE.ST:.S, Krnptions.Tctter.
Salt Kheum, Blotches, tipot?. Pimples, Pustules.
Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald-Hcad, Sore
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations oi
the Skia, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the system in eliort time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such
cases will convince the most Incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities bursting through the skin iu Pim
ples, Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and elugyisli In the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feeling will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure aud the
health of the system will follow.
TiX, TAPE and other WORMS, lurkinpin
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. "WALKER, Proprietor. R. n. McDOXALD &
CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco,
Cal,, and 32 and 3i Commerce Street. New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Feb. 17: ly
OrrecoN" C: rr, Oheoon.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE HAYING Been'
lately REFITTED and FURNISHED,
the Pl'ODl ictors am now rp.idp f !iniinmmA
date their customers with UA KD-FOLSIIED
double or single looms. They iuvite all tboa
fond of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED.
to c;l11 aud jive them atrial, for tbev are
confluent- they car pi ease everybody, because
they know how io keei) a Hole'. "
Prices to si'it ihe timp.- and Frw-rvnv
ae ordmg to ihe rooms occupied.
-vnacutu to the House is a
Fo: ihe accommodatloa of csutoaaers.
MERPJAM & FOURMER,
June 16. lS71:tf Proprietors.
NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE
uregon u4ty,0an. 13:ti
H v lii
FOKISlilS & WAIT,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
OREGON CITY, : : OREGON.
T)EING CONNECTED WITH REAL
3 Estate Atrents ot Portland, are prepared
to ttend to the PURCHASE and SALE of
REAL ESTATE ia Clackamas and adjoining
A TEAM in readiness to convey purchas
ers to and from the premises
May 20, 1671:tf
TO STOCK DROVERS.
THE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE
Mountains, known as the "Old Emigrant
Road, is now in complete order tor the ac
commodation of the traveling public. The
budges on the road have all been thoroughly
repaired, and stock drovers will have no
trouble in crossing the mountains by this
route. There is plenty ot good grass and
water on this ro ate, and the distance across
is orly o0 miles, being the shortest as well
as the best road across the Cascades. Stock
drovers and emigrants will find it to their
advantage to travel over this road. Tolls
reasonable. JOSEPH YOUNG,
Clackamas County, June 1G, 1871;tf
fRS. K1. E. WHITE,
CLIFF HOUSE, NO. 5, UP STAIRS.
WHILST THANKING THE LADY
public for their most liberal patron
age in the past, she would most respectfully
invite their attention to her new styles of
FASHIONABLE HATS AND BONNETS,
now on hand and just received.
Dress-Making done in the very LATEST
April U, 1871.tf
An Infallible ntooa prniFiEii, possess
ing rare xo.tic cud xekvue properties
a certain cure for sir.i:n,Tis.n. (.lt,
hkckalgia, r.nd all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the system when im
paired by disease, revives tho action of th
mi.m:ts nnd ci:.it vi. onuArvs. radi
cally ClirfS SCHOFII..I, SALT KI1EIM
and all ICHl'PTIVG and CUT.lEOU.S Dif-
easf-s, gives inimediato and permanent relit.'
in iTtiEPSiA, EHV.sirF.LAs, Tumors.
Boils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; rdi
catca from the bystoui all tracs of Mercurial
It is I'trKni.Y vnEETARix, beiu made
from an herb found indigenous in California.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for use br
rerualos and Children, as a hloou rrai.
riFIl nu i HEXOV.ITIHI.
For Sals by ell Druggiits.
Fi C D I K G.TQ K , K Q STETTER & C2
520 and 531 Uarket Street,
SAGE BRUSH HAIR TONIC,
CURE FOR BALDNESS.
THE BEST TONIC DRESSING
FOR THE HAIR
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
For Sale at tlie Drugstores.
July 28, 1871:tf
GREAT SUMMER TONIC.
liegeman's Cordial Elixir of Calisaya.
f!ordial which strengthens
and improves the Digestion, an excellent
preventive ot t-evers, fever anu Agutc,
and a rroat Renovator and Tonic for inva
lid and debilitated DerSOHS. HeGEMAX &
Co., New York, Sole Manufacturers. Bold
by all Druggi jts.
ALL TDE BRANCHES COMPBISIGr A
And COMMERCIAL, EDUCATION
taught. Hours, Irom Sh a. m., to 3 p. m.
Apply to s. D. POPE.
De 2' 1871:tf Principal.
Savier, LaRoqne & Co.,
idlings, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
nnrphQDloi. f J . .... .
j-vukiuS meu must lurmsn the eacts.
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G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIN STREET Oregon City.
Beat BILLIARD TABLES in. OK EG OX
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 Donrbou alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
3- Families supplied.
NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
No. 91 First Street, (Second door south of
his old staud), Portland, Oregon.
AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work in my line in a superior manner,
with all the latest improvements in the ait.
Nothing but hrstclass work done at my new
and magnificent rooms, at low prices.
The FLORENCE is the best Sewing Ma
chine lor Family use, because it so seldom
gets out of Order. If there is one in Ore
gon not working well, if informed of it. I
will fix it without expense of ny kud to
19 Montgomery St., South
Grand Hotel Building",
SAM FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SEX 5 FOIt CIRCULARS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
March 31, !S71:ml0
C. W. POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IRON.BRA
IFUv COPPEIJ. LEAD PIPE, IRON
PII'E AND FITTINGS, RUHR Ell
HOSE, FORCE A XI) LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general assortment of llous
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING Al;.n)HBIXO OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STORE you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOOD FN,
WARE AXD TIN W AUK. LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of tlie above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. AV. POPE .t CO.
Oregon City Oregon.
JUST RECEIVED AT
D K ALE It" IX
BOOTS AND SHOES."
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
TA AAA POUNDS OF WOOL, for
OUUUU which I will pay the highest
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If you desire cood Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
My Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
. ., , I. SELLING.
April 14, 1871:tf
RESTAUR AW T.
I LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MAIN STREET, OREGON" CITV, OREGOX.
T'HE UNDERSIGNED Tt E-
L spectfully announces to his
n ienas ana tne traveling public,
that he has re-opened the above
The tironrietor Vnowc tinw in torro hia
csutomers with Ovsters, Pig's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, lS71:tf
Bjlaxkr. All kinds of blanks can be
had at this office Job Printing of every
description neatly executed, al short
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Quick Cures and Moderate Charge.
Dr. W, K, Doherty's
Private Metlieal & Surgical Institute
No. 519 Sacramento Street, corner of
LeidesdorH (a tew doors below
the What Cheer HouseA
(Private entrance on Leidesdorff street.)
Established Expressly to Afford the Afflicted
Sound and ftcientinc jieaicai Aid, in th
Treatment and Cure of all Private and
Chronic Diseases, Cases of Secrecy and all
To tle Afllicted.
DR. W. K. DOIIERTY returns his sincere
thanks to his numerous patients for their
patronage, and would take this opportunity
to remind them that he continues to consult
at his Institute for the cure of chronic dis
eases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Digest
tive and Genito-Urinary Organs, and al
private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its forms
and stages, Seminal Weakne: and all the
horrid consequences of self-abuse. Gonorr
hcea, Gli et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diur
nal Emissions. Sexual Debility, Diseases of
the Back and Loins, inflammation of tb
Bladder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hops
that his long experience aud successful pra.
tice will continue to insure him a sliare cf
public patronage. By tbe practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, he is
enabled to apply the most efficient and sue
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds
He uses no mercun-, charges moderate.treats
his patients in a correct and honorable way
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
high standing in society. All parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the best and gentlest treatme at d
When a female is in trouble, or afiiicted
with disease, as wer.kne.ss of the lack and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sicht
lo?a of muscular power, palpitation cf the
heart, irritability, nervousness, extreme ur
inary diiliculties, derangement of digestive
functions, general debility, vaginitis, all dig
eases of the womb, hysteria, steiilit'y and all
other diseases peculiar to females, shet-hould
go or write at once to ihe celebrated feniala
doctor, W. K. DOIIERTY, at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her troubles
and diseases. The Doctor is eflectiii" more
cures than any other physician in the State
of Calif. ruia. Let no lalse delicacy prevent
you, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful sufferings and premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate health or
other circumstances prevent an increase in
their families should write or call at DR W
K. DOIIER1 Y'S Medical Institute, ai d they
will receive every possible relief and l.ely
The Doctor's otiices are so arranged that h
can be cousulted without fear of" observation.
Patients residing in any pat t of the Ftate
however distant, avIio may desire the opinion
and adviceof DR. DOIIERTY in their rcspce
tive cases, and who think proper to submit a
written statement of such, in preference to
holding a personal interview, are respectful
ly assuied that tbvir communications will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case be
full- and candidly described, personal com
munication will be unnecessary, as instruct
tions for diet, regimen and tbe general treat
ment of the case itself (including the reme
dies), will be forwarded without delay, and
in such a manner as to convey no idea'of the
purport of the letter or parcel.
Consultation b- letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay.
DR. DOIIERTY has just published an ltn
portant pamphlet, embodying bis own view
and experiences in relation to Impotence or
Virility; being a Short Treaties on Sperma
torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous, and
Physical Debility consequent on this auc
tion, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work cont ains information of the
utmost value to all,whether married orsingle
and will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of
six cents in postage stamps for return post
W. K. DOIIERTY. M. P..
julyO'dy San Francisco Cal 1
Clergymen, Fcliool Te.- eliers, Sin a it
Young 3Jei and Ladies av anted
to Ci nv.iss loi' Ue JVew Hook.
"OUR FATHER'S HOUSE,"
The Unwritten Word.
By Danikl M.ncir, author of the popular
" Night Scenes". This master in thought
and language shows us untold liches and
beauties in the Great House, with its bloom
ing flowers, singing birds, waving palms,
rolling clouds, beautiful bow, sacred moun
tains, delightful rivers, mighty oceans- than,
dering voices, blazing heavens and vast uni
verse with countless beings in millions of
worlds, and reads to us each the unwritten
word. Rose tinted paper, ornate engrav
ings ami superb binding. Send for circular,
in which is a full description and univers.il
coTiimeudations by the press, ministers and
college professors, in the straightcst possible
Agents also Wanted for the
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TItK IJKST bAW BOOK OCT I
Written expressly for use upon the Pacific
800 PAGES I FULL LAW BINDING!
Treats Upon-Xecu-hj 800 Difrertnt Subject t,
To consult upon any one of which would
cost more than tbe price of the Book.
12 V J. F. CO W I) Eli I
Of the San Francisco Bar.
The above are the most rapid-selling an
popular books ever upon this Coast. Agent
are meeting with success everywhere.
Send inni-:diately for Circulars and Terms
A- L. BANCT0FT & CO ,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
WE HAVE SEP3T
HUNDREDS OF SINGLE
W A L T H A M WATCHES
TO TIIK PACIK1C COAST,
BY MAIL AND EXPRESS,
And in every case
WITH SATISFACTION" TO THE I'CRCHASER.
27c JViccs ore vwic all Jitdifced.
.Solid .Silver II uutimr Watches as luir a -L",
Solid Gold Hunting Watches us tow a -;.".
On r pri es are all in Grkexbacks end we
deal in none but Gem ine Waltham Watches.
Every one who wants a Watch and feels a
desire to be posted should write to us for our
illustrated History of -Vatcbmaking. It will
cost you nothing as we send it postpaid with
out charge, and with it a full Catalogue of
all the Watches with prices of each. Whca
you receive this yon will be surprised at the
"low rates and voil will understand our plan
of sending watches to anyplace however re
mote without any risk to the purchaser.
We send any Watth ycu order and let you
examine it before you pay for it. Do not or
der a Watch till you have first sent for the
Price List and when you write please men
tion the Address in full,
HOWARD & CO.,
'Watchmakers aud Jexcelers,
No. 863 I5KOADAVAY, New Vork.
We have a full stock of extra heavy Cases
such as 4, 5, 6, & 8 oz. always on hand and
can fill orders promptly. je23m3
HOUSE AND LOTS FOHSALE
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale his residence in OregonCity. There
are four lots, a good houe and barn, with a
fine cellar and a good well of water. There
is plenty of land, and it is well adapted for
early gardening purposes. Part payment
may be made in stock. For particulars tp
plv to GfcORGE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna2 171-tf
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,