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THE LOVED AXD LOST.
-Tho loved and lost !' Why do -.ve call
Because we miss them from our onward
God's unseen angel o er our paiaway
Looked on us all, and loving them the
Straightway relieved them from life's
They are not lost : they are within the
That shut3 out loss, and every hurtful
With angels bright, and loved ones gone
In their Redeemer's presence evermore.
And God Himself their Lord and Judge
And this we call a '-loss." O, selfish sor
)f selfish hearts ! O, we of little faith !
ua look round, some argument to bor
Why we in patience should await the mor
row That surely must await this night of
Ay. look upon this dreary desert path,
The thorns and thistles wheresoe'r we
What trials and what tears, what wrongs
What struggles and what strife the jour
O They have escaped from these ; and lo !
q Ask the poor sailor when the wreck is
Who. with his treasures, strove the
shore to reach.
While with the raging waves he battled
Was it not joy, when every joy seemed
To see his loved ones landed on the beacu .
A poor wayfarer, leading by the hand
A liitle child, had halted by the well
To wash from off her feet the clinging
And fell the tired boy of that bright land,
Where, this long journey parsed, they
longed to dwell.
When. lo ! the Lord, who many mansions
Drew near, and looked upon the suffer
Then pitying spake : '-Give me the little
In strength renewed, and glorious beauty
I'll bring him with me when I come
DiifXhe. make answer selfishly and wrong :
"Nay, but the woes I feel he too must
Or, rather bursting into grateful song.
She went her way rejoicing, and made
To struggle on, since he was freed from
We will do likewise. Death has made no
In love and sympathy, in hope and
No outward sign or sound oar ears can
Cut there's an inward spiritual speech
That greets us still, though mortal
tongues be. dust.
It bids us dq the woik that they laid
Take up the song where (hey broke off
n the strain ;
Sa, journeying till we reach the heavenly
to w n
Where anJaid up our treasures and our
And our lost loved oues will be found
Runs Itski.V. The 'Govern
ment" continues to run itself, re
marks the Leavenworth Commer
cbrf, as it has done since the first
of June, when the President took
his departure for Long Rraneh. A
member of the Cabinet occasion
ally honors the capital with a visit,
unorder to draw his pay and keep
Rut, as a rule all
e Departments are in charge of i
e clerks. At this time, the Presi- j
dent, the Secretary of State, the
Secretary of the treasury, the
Secretary of the Incrior, the Sec
Octary of the Navy, the Postmaster-General
and the Attorney-General,
are all absent. The Secre
tarv of War is the only represen
tative man now on duty, and he
will probably be soon relieved.
Tim experience serves to demon
strate that a great deal of money
is wasted to keep up unnecessary
offices and support figure-heads,
who4vauder about the country or
dawdle at watering places.
A good story is told
ington, at the expense of a well
known Senator, who is notorious
for taking two cocktails in succes
sion before breakfast. One morn
ing, while the Senator was practic
ing at the .Metropolitan bar, a
friend put the pertinent pietion,
w i i y
t V, ( )
cocktails, as a custom won't one
tone you?"' The Senator drew
himself up: "I will tell you
why 1 take two cocktails. When
I have taken one, it makes me feel
like another man. Well, you ee,
Itrn bound by common courtesy to
treat that man, so I take a second."
AG ni-MULKu. "What is the use
of living ? snarled a veteran grum
bler, the other day. '"We are Hog
ged for erving when we are babies;
rloiXged because the schoolmaster
is cross, when we are boys ; obliged
to toil, siek or well, or starve when
we are men ; to work still harder,
nnd sutler something worse, when
Ave 0are husbands; and, after ex
hausting life and strength in the
service of other people, die, and
leave our children to quarrel about
tl3 possession of our watch ; and
our wife to catch somebody else'?"
Duces. A newly married man
complains of the high price of
"ducks." lie says his wife recently
paid lo three of them a duck of
n bonnet, a duck of a dress, and a
duck ot a parisol. He says that
such 'dealings in poultry will ruin
It is a pity that those who
taught us to talk did not also teach
us when to hold our tongue.
Yijung folks grow most when in
ve It increases their sighs won
ei full v.
Good bargains are pickpockets.
An idle brain is the devil's workshop.
G've neither counsel nor salt till you
are asked for it.
A good word for a bad one 13 worth
much and costs little.
A penny worth of mirth is worth a
poucd of sorrow.
Accept nothing from him who promises
a great deal.
Grieving for misfortunes is adding gall
Justice will not condemn even the devil
A deceitful man is more hurtful than
A fox should not be on the jury at a
An old dog cannot alter hii way of
Bacchus has drowned more men than
He is idle that might be better employ
ed. A nod from a lord is a breakfast for a
Nineteen of the three hundred and six
ty-live collegiate institutions ia the United
Slates are in Ohio.
The State Insane Asylum at Elgin, 111.,
will cost, when finished, half a million
Why ark Wombs like Chckcuk.s ?
Firstly, because there is no living without
one ; secondly, because there is many a
spire to them ; thirdly, because they are
objects of adoration ; and lastly, but by
no means leasily, because they have a
loud clapper in their upper story.
Mrs Partington, in illustration of the
proverb. "A soft answer turneth away
wrath,'7 says that, '-it is better to speak
paragorically of a person than to be all
the lime flinging epitaphs at him.''
Happy bridegroom : ''More money,
madam ! more money ! Have you forgot
ten that 'my' money has bought every
thing you possess the very dress you
.-and in?"' Fair bride: "No, sir ! Nor
have I forgotten that your money has
bought what stands in It I 7
A mammoth cheese weighing 3.000
pounds, the product of one day's milking
of 2,000 cows, yielding 30,1U. pounds of
milk manufactured in Erie County, was
deposited for exhibition in the Interna
tianal industrial Exhibition at Buffalo.
Some of the faimers of California pro
pose to cultivate the Italian sunflower,
which is to be raised for its root, which is
a bulb, and is represented as nutritions as
thu potato. A good crop yields 150!)
bushels to the acre. It is said the top is
good for fodder. Which part of the top,
the seeds, leaves, or stem ?
Gen.Ewell. of rebel fame, owns 3 000
acres of land in Maury county, rlenn.
Of this 1.200 acres in cultivation, lie has
1,200 sheep, Southdowns. Cotswolds. halt
bloods ; 400 head of cattle. lie works a
dairy with fifty cows, averaging each a
pound of butter per day. His entire but
ter product is bought by one large hotel.
- -O- 0- -
Ax Oi.D Notai.i.::. Mark Hardin, now
residing in She-iby county, Ky.. was born
on the banks of the .Monongahela. .March
It, 17b:L and accompanied Lis father's
family on their removal to Kentucky, des
cending the falls of )!ii in April. 1 7S-.
He recently visited Louisville, and. ex
pressing a desire to cross the falls once
more, a small party of friends recently
accompanied him across the bridge at the
city, just eighty-five years and tour months
after he first navigated the waters flowing
beneath it. It is presumed that no other
person can cro.-s that bridge and say to
himself, 'more than eighty-five years ago
floated down these bright waters." It
is added that llardio is lite last surviving
guest who was
11c nry Clay.
present at the wedding ui'
No Blanks. There is not a
man on earth, however humble,
who is a blank; there is not one
man in society who is not either a
blot or a blessing; you cannot be
neutral; neutrality in moral ehar-
eter, is absolutely impossible.
You have therefore to take y
choice, and you cannot choose
erwise, whether you shall be a
blessing, limited it may be, small
it may be, or a blot; limited it may
be, in an obscure sphere it may be;
but still blot or blessing, by no
possibility a blank, must each of
Deacon Jennifer's parson was
fond of hunting, which the deacon
considered a most unclerieal pas
time, and so he one day said to
the c'criryman: I've been reading
my bible to see if the Apostles
eve r went shooting, but 1 can't
find that they ever did." "Xo,
Deacon, you are right," said the
pastor, "the shooting was very bad
in Palestine, and so they went fish
Li:ai:xi:i. At Heidelberg, Ocr-
many, there is not a language, an
cient or modern, without its com
petent professor to teach it to all
comers. A Japanese student, un
able to speak a word of German,
found there on his arrival a teach
er able to converse with him and
give him lessons through the me
dium of his own language.
"When you hear a man depreciat
ing the town or locality in which
he lives, ask him what he has done
to build up the place or make the
people more prosperous. Ten lo
one, he has never expended a
single cent for any public enter
prise, or ever; to improve his own
property, or bring a farthiiu' of
trade to the place.
e Dox'r Know. A reckless
female suffragist was recently hold
ing forth at Far well Hall. In the
course of her remarks she shrieked:
"W hat shall we do with our help
less female children ?" "Smothe;
'em ?' cried a wag froi
ence. ''No, no !" shouted a benign
eld lady, "mother 'em. It'll doa
heap of good." We do not know
which advice was taken.
What a Pity. The Springfield
liqntbl lean, the ablest Radical pa
per in New England, beats the
dead maren or its doomed party,
in advance, in the following man -
'"The Republican party is march-!
mg to a liig Uethel deteat. Too
many Iutlers ! too manv Ca-
tu.u, v v,a-
morons! too many
t nanalers !
lers ! too much stealing and
rabbing have killed it T I !"
I land g
The following story is told, of a
worthy minister in the neighbor
hood of Edinburg: Seeing a num
ber of his congregation sleeping
on a warm Sunday afternoon, he
ouietlv remarked: "On looking
around I see many of you are fast i
asleep; I know the heat oi me
weather and the distance many of
you have to walk here induces
drowsiness; many ot you are also
engaged in outdoor labor during
the week; therefore I am not sur
prised that heaviness should over
come some of you; but what sur
prises me is to see so mauy sleep
ing this afternoon who had such a
comfortable sleep here in the fore-
A couple of girls put a bull-frog
into the hired man's bed to see if
they couldn't make him talk.
David threw it out of the window,
and never said a single word.
Soon after he put half a bushel of
chestnut burs into the girls' bed.
About the time he thought the
crirls were ready for bed, Dave
went to the door and rattled the
latch furiously. Out went the
candle and in went the girls; but
they didn't stick, though the burs
did. Calling to them, he begged
them to be quiet, for lie only want
ed to know it they had seen any
thino- of that i.eskv bull-frog.
He'd give two dollars to find it.
What Galisiia A. Grow Says
The following is an extract from a
Pennsylvania paper: "Hon. Gain
sha A. Grow has returned from a
three months' trip to the Kooky
Alountans, California, Oregon ant
Washington Territory. The hon
orable gentleman, who is one o
tlw Hosost ot observers, speaks in
terms of highest praise of Oregon
declaring that the future greatness
of the Pacific Coast will be owing
to the developments of Oregon
which is a far better farming and
grazing country than much-boasted
Tiikx. A seven-year old boy
was lately heard to use profane
language. On being reproved by
his parents, and directed to ask
God's forgiveness, he retired to his
room and was overheard to say:
"Oh, God, I am very sorry I said
that naughty word, and won't say
so an' more; but please hurry and
make me grow up to be a man, and
then I can swear as much as 1 want
to, like pa, and nobody will notice
Established since 1840, at the old stand,
M-tin Street, Oregon, City, On-yon.
An Assortment of Watches, Jew
elry, and Seth Thomas' weight
P I iic.iv ? nil of which are warranted
''WSv to be as represented.
Pw-vr ... - ". l ,.i
V:--3 5 .? I O.'pai 1 Ul.-l liOOC Oil mini t UULILv,
and thankful for past favors.
2&ZZL& OTi EG OX CITY.
tH? All orders for the delivery of merchan
dise or packages and trei.Lrht or whatever des
cript .ion , to any part of the city, willbeexe
caled promptli- and with care.
EW YO UK HOTEL,
Xo. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship landing, Portland, Oregon .
II. K0T?F03, J. J. WILXSITS,
P 11 0 P 11 1 i: TORS.
Board per Week
(4 ( ( i
Willi Lo'.iLTincr (i oil
A. G. A L LING'S
Corner of Kront :uil Airier Sdttt,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
any desired pattern.
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety ol
style Known to toe traoe.
Qrders from the country promptly at
iJ i i u L
James 11. Uttox
n t 'T1
Heal Ex! ate Broker and General
Agents, Corner of Front, and
Wash in q ton strce ts .
PORTLAND, " ORECON.
7" Will attend to the sale and purchase
of Real Estate in all parts of the City and
estate. Speeial attention given to the sale ot
East Portland property.
Address P. 0. Box 4'V2, Portland. Oregon.
ST1TZEL & UPTON,
9tf. Lal Estate Brokers.
J. M. THOMPSON", C W. FITCII.
THsllSO & FITCH,
Real Estate Agents,
OFFICE TWO DOOHS XOUT1I OF THE TOSTOFFICE.
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD,
LOANS NEGOTIATED, AND AB
STRACT OF TITLES FURNISHED.
YYTE HAVE A COMPLETE ABSTRACT
V V of Title of all property in Eugene
City, and perfect pints of the same, prepared
with great care. We will practice in the
different Courts of the Stak-. Special at
tention given to the collection of all claims
that may be placed in our hands. Leal
Tenders bought and sold. senStl
JOHN II. SCHRAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
& SADLES, HARNESS,
Main Street, Oregon City,
-J'1 , "Present that he is now a
well prepared to furnish nr.- a-.;,vi :.. u.-,
as the lanpt establishment in tS tT He
' particularly requests that an examination of
! his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
VOID QUACKSA victim of earlv in.
XX discretion, causing nervous debflitv
premature decay, &c. havino- trie ;
j everv advertised remedy.hasasimr; means
; ot stlf-cure, which he will rra" , -
1 felIovr s,lflerers. Address J. H. REEVES
i 73Sept? i-iy" "CW Yrk-
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LlbKAitiy
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
33. L. STOjSTDE'S,
No, 107 Front Street, Postl&iicl, Oregon.
GOLD CHAINS AND RINGS, CLOCKS,
OROIDE WATCHES AND CHAINS,
FINE JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
A.11 at jSTew York l3xices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. juOtf
. - iG'iJiHsi'A ' - r
c.i i - r f --r.tV.t of T.it--3 t th'.r !:: sr" r!-" r:
i. t ov 'v Arrive.! " .oui. p-r!.p..s,-,l i
art f f .. I-wilier iirtio'if-s. tnsr.-t .rr
v :- ..A r V'm t in -!! f.qpi;euVKOLl
-Ai.z: j; u i a t r.
'v" I:-ro., j T 1 1 isn 's riEPA v..i '- 'f '.
'.ii'L.vr T! snii'isrs, ) r: UiMsis' M &i.ir.--.
HI"S VS X- S f i-i--..TS ! till (UK1! I!tl:l:s,
Vr-tcxTi t. 0;i.--, I 1 -sKrvJiSUii.p,
..('.n.: Oil., I r..i:.'i0 --M- On.?,
.Vl.'c'i Tn: oiT-r r.t tlio bfwest Cu-h I'rice.s, ano
arc ikt. n d i;. t t be u:aU rst.ld.
11. 11. 2;cJDOXALI CO., S in Fkaxcicco, CaI-
OUR DRUG BUSINESS located in San
Frat isco, Cat. After our best wishes, and
expressing our thanks for the liberal pat
ronage we have received for more than
twenty-one years, during winch period we
have been steuddy engaged in the Drug bus
ness in (aditm-nhi, we beg to say in conse
quence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker's
(California Vinegar JMteis, now spread over
the United States and countries far beyond,
we nre necessitated to devote our entire
tirr.e to said business.
We are the Old-st Drug firm on the Pacific
Coast and the only one, continou- under the
same proprietors since 1841', and have ue-
te. mined to sell our large, prosperous, and
well e tabli-hcd business on f'avorabl terms
This is a rave onooitimitv rr men with
means of entering into a profitable business
with advantages never b 'fere o Ill-red.
For particulars enquire of
R. 11. .McDOXALl) CO.,
11. II McDonald, I Wholesale Drni-ts,
I. C. Si'iiNcnu. ) San Eranci.-co. Cal.
-X. 15. Until a sale is made we shall con
tinue our importations and Keep a lare
stock of fresh jrootls c-nstantly on hand,
and sell at prices to defy competition.
IMEGA.!1 BITS trfb
i-i Hundreds cf lliousanils c?.
Bear t.-'.-tirr.Oiiy to ihfir Vvondcr- n-
ml Ou:-aVi e Kifcvi ;. '; ;
v tf Si i" 4
Aol. SiivS . r ...
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TIITA ARE NOT A VII..:
HF A U C Y DRlil K
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person ;:! t:;':e l.l:c I.; rv r.; u; ;-o.-.:
tiori a:i-I ivs.::.i b:.t; .! . .-. H.
Fur 1 r ' .!:: ! ,:.!'; ; i f ".-ro
i:iJU"i!:i :si!.t H'.n.T, li :-;;; p-:.
B'.'Ht ic.u. Si: ":h, 11 ;;::" l .-ii . ;
m:ite;tr. Fi'vcv, i)ivc:,-H r.i't
Ijiv':-, II i i, a J "3 ." .j :t,
ler3 hav-.' h"r"i !i; ts-.'1' f.-. :'!". : .
cawn nro c.i-.:-cl !;" V;i::.t';5 "I, v.
is jrenerally produced l.y il.-raujjv :i::at -i t.
Diurct vr Orpui-i,
jv.s iki's : a o i:. in oh: :t j on.
Ileaila'j:!e - Vn'.: i i !!.' P!mu;.-:--5, C.-:'.i.-: i, '1
ness of Cos Chest, l)::z::i-s.-, sov.r !::::: .it;o
the St imarh, V.aCl t:.M.- i i t:;o M.a:2t il.'.::,-. :
tacks, I'aliiitattoa oi" ta.: II. art, i.. .'uv.:. .:.'.U-i
the I.nn.c'.P'.ihi :a th" r -irtoH of tin.- is id
a luiridrcl t.thc r pa'.alul yiaptoi..s, :.r
Th.-y iavig-'iraO? the So' irh and r!i:--torpid
liver arid how ls,w':-!c'.irc:eh rt';
cquarUil efihr ?.-;.- i i (' .'.a.-hi; t'.f L.'
impiirUk-s, arid hapartiay iuv liio an.
the wtit3 pystein.
FOR HlLlN iHST-Ay-T-j?, rrnrtt-r,s.Tettv
Salt i:hear.i, li:;ei;v:. !.(-, ri.ii.d. . I-rutaL-Boils,
Cr-rancdv-s, l:'vv-"-"Vi, ;-cal i-'.I.-a I, c'or
Eyes, I"ryipelas, Ite'.i, Scurf:--, I)i0e;!..,-ti..wis .
the f-'vin, Il-nnovs av I '.s nes of Co f'k'n, c
whatever name or nature, aro Ulera;! a,
and carried oat of tho system ia chi. rt thuo hr
tlic '.ise of these Bitters. Ore bottle iu
cases will convince the most incredulous ut' the;:
Cleanse the Vitiate.l Blor.rl ivlicnever you find
its impurities bursting throu-rh the skin ial'ini
ples, Eruptions or Sores; cleanse it srhen you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelinir will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the
health of the system will foilo-w.
PIN, TAl'C and other WO II -US, lnrl.ins in
the system of so many thousands, are tlTectually
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. "WALKER, Proprietor. K. II. MrDOXATA) &
CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents, Sau Francisco,
Caland S3 and 31 Commer ca Street, New Vork.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Feb. 17: ly
UivEGOX CITY, UUEGOX.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE HAVING Ben
lately REFITTED and FURNISHED,
the 1 ropnetors are now readv t aoccommo
date tueir customers with II A RD-FIMSIIED
don hie or single rooms. Thev invite all thosa
fond of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED.
to call and give them a trial, for they are
conhdent they car please everybody, because
t.iey know how to keep a Hotel.
Trices to suit the times and Evertbodt,
according to the rooms eccupied.
Attached to the House is a
For the accommodation of csutomers.
MERRIAM & FOURMER,
June 10, 1571 :tf Proprietors.
NOTARY PUBLTC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Oregon City, Jan. 13:lf
v - -j . . -1
FORBIDS & WAIT,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
I)EING CONNECTED WITH REAL
J Estate Agents of Portland, are prepared
to attend to the PURCHASE and SALE of
REAL ESTATE in Clackamas and adjoining
A TEAM in readiness to convey purchas
ers to and from the premises
Free of Charge-
If ili -
iuav to, ioi i. ti
TO STOCK DliOYEllS.
THE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE
Mountains, known as the "Old Emigrant
Road," is nw in compu te order for the ac
commodation of the traveling public. The
biidires 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 route, and the distance across
is. or y 50 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
reasonuCle. JOSEPH YOUNG,
Clackamas County, June 10, 167 1 ;tf
FA b, ,f
MRS. Nl. E- WHITE,
CLIFF HOUSE, NO. 5, UP STAIRS.
"TTflllLST THANKING THE LADY
Y ? pub. io ior their most liberal pa'ron-a-:e
in the p-ist, she w.-nld most respectfully
! invite 'their attention to her new stvleg of
FASH ION A Bid' II iTS AND R'JNNETS,
now on hand and just recfived.
DressMakinrj done in the very LAILSf
April 14, ISTl.tf
evi) $j m-y
-" ' ; I (T '.v3.
x, ix w vy
An Tnfa'.lh'e BLonn rfninr;rs.rosses
ii:' ra:e rout' and rr.:ivi.vi: iiroperties
a c; rfala cure for i.32::i ris.ts, ;oi.;t,
M.r:i.i.(.i., end all kindred Diseases.
It r7!ip'.( tcly restores the system when im
i aired hy disease, revive s the actiou of th.-j.i?-.s;vs
nni itc.AS. radi
cally cures sr iton la, salt itiiKi:.
sn-1 all i:iu rnvi: nr.i rLTAMCous Dis
eases, gives immediate and X'crmnneut relie'
in avsPKi'sitt imvsiPELAs, Tumors.
Doils, Soabl Head, fleers and Sores; trad;
catc s from the system all traces of Mercurial
It is Ei'5sr:i.T vr.f;icT.n:.r, bein made
fnun an li-'-rb foun 1 indict nou? in CaiSomh.
It i-i therefore i n-.f.lavly Buitable for n-io by
rcmales and Children, as a iaoo:i I'srzti-i-'z::zt
Tor Sa'e by all Drjjjiits.
EOlKaTGK, HQSTETTfeR & GO
AG !-:!' as,
LZ3 and 531 Iilarket Etreet,
SAGE BRUSH HAIR TGNIC,
CURE FOR BALDNESS.
THE BEST TONIC DRESSING
FOR THE HAIR
EYER OFFERED TO THE rUBLIC.
For Sale at tlie Drug Stores.
July 28, ls71:tf
GREAT SUMMER TONIC.
II, , Coi.Iial Klinirof Calisajra
Bark, a pleasant Coixlial which strengthens
and improves the Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fever s, ever and Ague,&c,
and a great Renovator and Ionic for inva
lids and debilitated persons. Hegeman &.
Co , New York, Sole ilauu facturers. Sold
by all Druggists.
ALL THE BRANCHES COMPRISI A
And tOSIMERClAL EDUCATION,
taught. Hours, irom Sh a. m.. to 3 n. m
Apply to S. I), pope,
ne 2, lsTl.tf Principal.
Savier, LaRoque & Co.,
""uKeep constantlv on hand foi sale
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
ourchasins feed must furnish the sacks.
g HADES SALOON.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIN STREET Oregon City.
Best BILLIARD TABLES in- OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites tne attention ot the lovers or this
popular amusement to them.
THE BAR IS S VP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors an J
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
J8TS- Families supplied.
NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
No. fl First Street, (Second door south of
1113 oiu stand), Portland, Oregon.
AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work in rnv line in a superior manner,
with all the latest improvements in the ait.
Nothing but tirstclass work done at my new
and magnificent rooms, at low prices.
The FLO HENCE is 'the best Sowing Ma
chine for 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 tix it without expense of any kind to
SAMUEL lIE SVlL,
jsx. cs- 322 isr rir 9 j
19 Montgomery St., South
Grand Hotel Euilding1,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SEX!) FOIi CIRCULARS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
March 31, Is71:inl0
POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IRON, P.RA
IERS' ''OI'PEii, LEAD PIPE, Iliu.N
pice and vrrriNos, rukre.v
HOSE. FORCE AND MET
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
11 R ASS AND IRON
A'so a general assoitment of Hons
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOF1NO AND ..tl5IiINO OP EVERY
DESCRIPTION HONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STORE you
HARDWARE AND P.ASKETS. VYOODEN,
WARE AND 1 IN WARE, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
.NKHIT LAMPS. AL-0
PER AM RELATORS.
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIM ES.
C. AV. POPE & CO.
Oregon City Oregon.
STEERS & HBNDE;
V!io!c3a3o Dealers in
F0ESIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines, Bra idle?-, IVhisl-ics, l2c
No. 40, Fuoxt Street, PoitTr.Axr, OnHGcr.
Constantlv 0.1 hand a genuine ai tide ot
Cutter W sk .
AGENTS EOIJ. Ti:E EXTEKPUISE.
The folio wins per-rns are authorized to
act as agents f.r the K.sf-r-:KiMUSB :
J. M. Raliimore. Po-tland, Oreiron.
Thomas Roice, Sail Francisco.
L. P. Fisher,
Hudson it Menet,41 Taik Row, New York.
Geo. P. Rowcll & Cc, 4o Park R w, New
Abbott ,t Co., No. 82 &SI Nassau street,
Hudson, Menet. & Co.. Chicago, Illinois.
Coe. Wetherill & Co., 007 Chestnut street,
LEOMDeLOUE Y, Prop'r,
r LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE,
MAIX STREET, OREGON CITV, OKEGOX.
nriiE undersigned re.
m 3jctuni amjuuiivvo vv 1110
tnends and the uavenng puoiic,
that he has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve bis
csutomers with Ovsteis, Pi'a's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, ISTDtf
BOTJT THE 1ST OF APRIL, near
K y . . 1 i . . . , 1 , 1 ,-,.,
ureg-on e,iry, a naj uimumvu-w,. tjjSl
American MARE, eisht years old, alout YNS i
the near fore foot, and the hoot black and white,
no brands or other marks. Any- one returning
said mare or leaving information of where she
maybe found, at the rostorhce, in Oregon City,
will be liberally lvElj p.AMSDEN,
Oregon City, July 11,1371.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Quick Cures and Moderate Char
Dr- W, K. Doherty-s
Private Medical cw Surgical Institute
No. 519 Sacramento Street, corner of
Leidesdorlt; (a lew doors' below
the What Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on Leidesdorff street 1
Established Expressly to Afford theAitiictei!
Sound and Scientific Medical Aid in th
Treatment and Cure of all Private nnd
Chronic Diseases, Cases of Secrecy and all
To tlie A filleted.
DR. W. K. DOHERTY returns his sincere
thanks to tux numerous patients for their
patronage, and would take this opportunity
to remind them that he continues to consuft
at his Institute for the cure of chronic dis
eases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Diges
tive and Genito-Urinary Orpans, andal
private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its forms
and stages, Seminal Veaknes and all tbo
horrid consequences of self-abuse. Gonorr
hoea. Oh et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diur
nal Emissions, Sexual Debility, Diseases of
the Back and Loin?, inflammation of th
Bladder and Kidneys, etc. ; nnd he hopes
that his long experience and succes.-ful prac
tice will continue to insure him a share c'
public patronage. P,v the practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, he ifc
enabled to apply the most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds
He uses no mercury, c! nrges mc.derate,treats
his patients in a coi re t and honorable way,'
and has relerencts of 111 que.-tionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
high standing in society. All parties con.
suiting him by letter of otherwise, will re
ceive the best and gentlest treatmc -t 11 d
When a female is in trouble, or afTHcted
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sight,
loss oT rnusdilar po.ver, palj'itat'on of' the
heart, in it tbi'ity, nervousness, extreme ur
inary diihcidties, derangement of digestive
functions, general dehility, vaginin's, all dis
eases of the womb, hysteria, sfeiility and all
other diseases peculiar to f males, sheshould
go rr write at on. e to the celebrated female
doctor, V K. DOH I- RTY, at bisMedical In
stitute, and consult him about her tt cubits
and diseases. The Doctor is effecting more
cures than any other physician in the" Rate
of California. Let no. false delicacy prevent
ou, but apply Immediately and save yourself
from parofn! sntl'eiings and premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate health or
other circumstances prevent an increase in
their families hmihl write or call at DR. V.
K. POHEinY'S Medical Instimte, ai d lluv
xvill receive every po-sihle relief and uy
The Dfictoi's oflices are so arranped that he
can be'eonsupea without fear if" observation.
To . C'or rf i jo is ii 11 s .
Patients residing in any ait of the State
however distant, who may desire the opinion
and adviceof DR.DOHEU'i'V in their respec
tive case--, and who think proper to submit a
wi itten statement of sirch. in preference to
holding apersot-al interview, irre respectful
ly assute'd that their commnnicat'ons willbe
held sacred and confidential. If the ca.se be
ful 1" and oarididly described, personal corn
mnnication will be un necessary, sis instruc
tions for diet, logins en and the geneial treat
ment of the ca-e it.sel f including the reme
dies'), will be forwardcil without delay, and
in such a manner as to eonvy no ideaed the
purport of the letter or parcel.
K'irC' nsu! tat ion by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay'.
Sjie rinatori lnt a.
DR. DOHERTY has jn-t published an 1m
portant pamphlet, embodying his own views
and experiences in r (lat ion to Impotence cr
Virility ; being a Short Treaties on Sperma
torrhea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous, and
Physical Debility consequent on this ailec
Con, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This liitle work contains information of the
utmost value to all, whether married orsinple
and will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of
-ix cents in postage stamps for return post
W. K. DOHERTY. M. P.,
juiySo'y San Francisco Cal 1
Clergymen, Sc-lnool Ttaclitrs, Smart
Young Ttleii anil Ladies wanted
to Canvass for 'tlie New HTcolv
,ECUR FATHERS HOUSE,"
The Unwritten Word.
Bv Daxiki. JIarcit, author of the popular
" Night Scenes". This master in thought
and langtiaire shows us untold riches and
heauties in the Great House, with its hlonni
injr ilowers, sing ni birds, waving jialms,
ro'dinir clonds. beautiful bow, sacrc I rnnun
tains. dehchtful rivers, miirhty oceans, thun
elering voices, bhizing heavens and vast uni
verse with 0011 rit less beiriL's in mil ions of
worlds, and rends to us each the unwritten
word. Rose tinted paper, ornate eniiniv
ins a'ld superb bindinj. Send for circular,
in which is a full description and imivcrsal
commendations by the press, minis'e'S and
college )i O:essors, in the straihte-t possible
Agents also Wanted for the
PACIFIC LAW ENCYCLOPEDIA,
THE I1KST LAW HOOIvOUT!
Writleu ex)iess!y for use upon the Iic'.n(;
M0 PAGES! FULL LAW RINDING!
Treats Upn. Xoi;!y So.) IHferad Suhjeeti
To consult upon anyone of which would
co.-t more than 'he price of the Rook.
BY J. F. C.- WDEUY,
Of the San Francisco Ear.
The above are the most rapid selling an
popular hooks ever noon this Coast. Agents
are uicein with success everywhere.
Send immctlintcty for Circulars and 7V'"'-
10 A- L. BANCT0FT & CO ,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
HUHDItEBS 0? EIIIGLE
W A L T E, k M WATCii-S
TO PACIKIC COAST,
E1T MAIL A1TD EXPRESS,
And in every case
WITH SATISFACTION' TO THE ri'KCHASER.
77c Prices ere now oil Judartd.
.Solid Mvcr Ilantincr V.'atchcs rrxtair a !-
S,d (1 Gold Hiintin- Watches ax t'v a
Oirrpru are til in. G rkknh.vcks end v'
h l in r,.,e hut il em ink Wai.i h am atciiks.
Evcrv one who want.-, a Watch and feels a
desire to be posted should write to us tor our
illut.nted Ilistorv of .Vatchinalun-. It wja
cost von notbMii-as we send it post.aid
out charge, and wish it a full dt dognr-ot
all the Watches with prices of each. W l
von receive this you will be sur prised at 1
low rates and vou will understand our plan
of sendin- watches to any lace however re
mote without anv risk to the purchaser
We send anr Watch yen order and let jou
examine it before you pay for it. Do not or
der a Watch till you have urst sent for tn
Price List and when tou write please ruv.a
tion the Address in full.
WatrJimal-crs raid Jeicelcr,
So. 8G3 BROADWAY, Vt-v Ti orK.
We have a full stock of extra heavy Case
such as 4, r, 6, & 8 oz. always on hand
can fill orders promptly. JtH
HOUSE AND JLOTSF0R SALE
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFEKS FOB
X sale his residence in Oregon City. I '
are four lots, a good house and ham, w,
fine cellar and a good well of water, ine
is plenty of land, and it 13 well adP tea
early gardening purposes. 1 an p-')
Ore oa City Juna 2 1671-tf