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For the Willamette Farmer. 1
The Chinese Question in California.
While tho Chinese question U agitating the
inlniti of the people of California, it is Im
lortant that the citizens of Oregon should
imve their attention directed to the dangers
that threaten us from tbo samo source. Tlio
time is at hand when the peoplo of Oregon
should make some effort in concort with
California to freo themselves from this worst
of all evils.
Chins contains a population of about 150,
000,000 of human beings, and can (.pare
enough of her population to till Oregon and
California and all the other Slates and Terri
tories wost of the Uocky Mountalus with a
dense populaliuu, ami hardly miss them.
Hut the manners and customs of the Chi
nese are so different from American customs
that they will forever bo antagonistic, and a
continual war of races would bo the inevita
ble result. Besides, a large proportion of the
population of tbo Chinese K .nplre are a low
and degraded class of beings, living in filth,
poverty and ignorance, Rlvnn to lying, steal
ing, and other vicious habits. Now, this is
precisely the class who como to Oregon; a
(species of semi-civillzod barbarians, who
iiave about as much knowledge of what is
right, morally, as a Newfoundland dog or a
D'gger Indian. Our State doors aro thrown
wide open, by the Burlingamo treaty, to this
pernicious emigration of rat-eating Mongo
lians, with all their Asiatic dlseasosand vices,
and the Stale government is powerless to
prevent the same. This emigration, princi
pally, consists of men and boys, who occupy
old dilapidated buildings In tho cities and
towns, buildings too old and rotten to be oc
cupied by American business men or fami
lies, whose owners are too stingy to remove
them and erect better, but who keep thevn
lull of opium-eating Chinese, who congre
gate together in close quarters to savo rent
money, who keep dens to corrupt the youtpb
of the cities, who cast tholr filth under Hooks
and in cellars, thereby poisoning the sur
rounding atmosphere, endangering the
health and safety of the eutiro community.
Of course, such a class, who occupy such
quarters, who can live for a week on a dead
chicken picked up from the street, or feast
Hiimptuously on a litter of young puppies,
who dress in the cheapest cotton fabrics of
Chinese manufacture, who have no families
to supply with food, clothing, books, or
schools, who pay no tax and support no en
terprise, cau labor for less than the average
American or European, who maintains a
family and tries to becomes a citizen of the
commonwealth in which ho resides. Now,
thero are many persons who think or care
but little about who performs labor for them,
no that it is done cheap, consequently we see
the Chinaman employed in almost evory
department of industry, gradually, but sure
ly, taking the place of white laborers, there
by excluding them from profitable employ
ment, compelling them to equalize them
selves with Chinamen in wages, poverty,
and degradation, or return to the place from
whence they came.
There are thousands of respectable fami
lies in America whoare living on small
farms, where they are, by economy and in
dustry, barely able to maintain their chil
dren, ye', nevertheless, succeed in raising
intelligent, industrious, and moral families,
but have not the means to start their chil
dren iu business! consequently, these young
people are thrown upon their own resources
when they leave the paternal roof. They are
honest, industrious, and respectable; willing
to work, teach, or do anything lor a means
of support. Sucli a class are not to be de
spised; they, in time, will make the firmest
pillars of society, and should be welcomed
to any piece they may chance to go. They
are willing to engage In any legitimate busi
ness to obtain money enough to purchase a
home and commence for themselves. Now,
this is the olass who are looking abroad for a
place to get a start; the class who, in a few
years, will bo the larmers, mechanics, mer
chants, lawyers, doctors, preachers, teach
ers, law-makers, and officers of thev great
commonwealth in which they may reside.
It is true, they will have, and expect to have,
a hard struggle, but tbey possess all the
necessary qualifications, and are enthusias
tic of success. Now, I ask, is it not better
that Oregon be tilled with tho class I have
described than to have her filled with rat
eating, pig-eyed Chinese ? I am answered,
"Most assuredly, let them come, and wel
. come." But, suppose they do come, and
tiou every department of iudustry filled to
overflowing with Chinamen. The result will
be, they will have but small means to com
mence with, and seeing little or no opportu
nity to make anything by tholr labor, they
will leave the country in disgust, aud seek a
land tree from this blighting curse to tree
.institutions, and Oregon, Instead of gaining,
would be loner In the end.
Suppose the ten thousand Chinese now in
Oregon should give place to the same num
ber of the clcis I have described, with all
their energy, what a change wo would see
in a few years! Lands would be cleared,
houses built, schools organized, roads lm
Droved, newspapers supported, traffic and
. commerce increased, and general prosperity
take place throughout the land. What, then,
Hhall be done? I answer, let all persons
who are interested in the futuro develop
ment, of Oregon and the welfaie of the
Arr.eiican people, come to the front, and
present their cause to the people of tho Uni
ted States! show them the injury the nation
will sustain in permitting the Chlneso to
como to the Pacific coast, and I verily be
lieve thev will rise In tbelr might to protect
the West from this dreaded evil. It is their
interest, as well as ours, to do so. And not
only present our cause to the people, but
carry our petitions to Congress and there
plead our cause, and' I am Inclined to think
our pleading will not be In vain. In the
meantime, let antl-Cblnese ocletles be form
ed throughout the entire State, with a deter
mination to got rid of this " worse than Af
rican slavery." Let tho members of such
societies demand a modification of the Bur
lingamo treaty; let them refuse to glvo coun
tenance or support to any enterprise in
which Chinaraeu are employed ; lot them
refuse io buy from, or soil to, or labor for,
any man or corporation who keeps China
mon employed in any manner. In short,
let them give the nation to understand that
Chinese emigration will not be tolerated
that it must be suppressed, peaceably V we
can, but forcibly if we must;" aud it will
not be long until you will see thom return
ing to their native country.
But, I am told, " We wish to trade with
Cnlna, and we must tolerate them here, or
wo will lose their trade." To this I reply,
Eneland trades with every nation on the
globe, without the necessity or inconven
ience of being overrun by their population,
and wo cau do the same. China will still
find it to her interest to trade with up. She
can no more do without us than we cau
without her, consequently wo need have no
fears from that source.
Mr. Editor, I have written this in hope
that soino more able advocate may have his
attention called to this Important subject,
and who will assist in defending tho cause.
J. P. ViiATcu.
Salem, April 8, 1870.
A Supposed Death by Lobelia.
Poisoned A serious caso of accidental
poisoning occurred in So.uth Salem last
Monday. A daughterof Mr! Georo Mercer,
died nine years, had been ailing for several
days, and Its mother gave it a dose of lobnli
as an emetic. By some means too much was
given, and the little girl was thrown into
spasms. Dr. Hall was immediately called
and rendered all tho assistance that lay in
his power; but to no effect, and she breathed
her last Tuosday morning. Statesman.
Dr. J. C. Sheltou, in the Mercury, makes
the following criticism on tho abovo item:
Having noticed in yesterday morning's
Dally Statesman, a report of the death of Mr.
Mercer's little girl, from poisoning by lobel
ia, asasert-d by Drs. Hall, Reynolds and
Carpenter, and being myself an unoomprom
islug friend of lobelia, both from positive
knowledge of the agent ltsolf and from a
dally experience In It use as a medleiuo for
fifteen years, during which time I have giv
eu and recommended it without weight or
measure or fear of consequences, iu powder,
decoction. Infusion, tincture, syrnp, oxymel
and pill; by the grain, scruple and teospoon
ful; to men, women and bitbes; to the ro
bust, nervous, Irritable and dehiliUted; at
morning, noon and niiht, and evorv hnnr in
the twenty-four; to tho point of nausea,
sweating, vomiting, relaxation and alarm, at
the rate of a drachm, an ounce and, in a
great many instances, four ounces of the
seeds in twentv-four hours; by the mouth,
the bowels and the skin; aud in almost eve'
ry other way, in more than six thousand
separate and distinct cases without, in any
case, any bad effects following its use; I
cannot see how it can be possible that this
little girl, nine years old, could have been
killed by the taking of only one and a half
ounces of the weak tincture (I say weak
tincture because made from imported herb,
nobody known how long since), In which
she could not possibly have taken more than
a drachm, or teaspoonful of the powered
herb. But let us see: Mr. Mercer tells me
that she was by nature a delicate child, sub
ject to occasional chills and sick spells as if
she might have worms iu fact, had a chill
the Friday before. And on the morning of
the day of her illness looked very pile and
complained of feeling very sick at her
stomach, and soon vomited about aq'iart of
aarx greentsn ma'nriai oeiore sno tooK any
medicine at all, ana her'" mother
thinking she ought to vomit more, sent to
Weatherford's and obtained two ounces of
the tincture of lobelia (a mediclue she had
given before with perfect confidence), and
gave it in teaspoonful does in composition tea
every fifteen minutes until site iiad given
about au ounce and a half, when she vomit
ed again, throwing up about u quart more,
and uiosr, if not alt, the lobelia, alter which
she went into the fatal spasm. When Dr.
Hall arrived ho put Iter into a hot mustard
bath, gave hot oofiee and a hypodermic in
jection of Atropin, deadly nightshade, sent
tor Drs. Reynold and Carpenter, pronounc
ed it a cae of poisoning by lobelia, repeated
the injection oi night-shade, coffee aud other
ittniuiaiits until she died. Now, query
what killed the child? The lobelia she took?
Moit certainly not. Fur whether ejected or
retained, whether used in grains or ounces,
whether given to the strong or the feeble, it
is alike harmless aud reliable, 'Or was it for
want of proper after treatment when lobelia
is given? or would she have died without
aoytnlng? A case in point: I was called
about a year ago to see a little girl below
town similarly afleoteil, but who bad taken
nothing, I prepared to give her a bith and
medicine, but before giving either, she went
into a severe convulsion aud died In half an
hour. Query What killed her? Not lobel
ia, evidently, for I gave her none. But bad I
given her ever so small a portion, I suppose
the conclusion by these physicians would
have been that she died from "poisoning by
lobelia," The most rational conclusion,
therefore, as regards the death oi Mr. Mer
cer's little girl Is, that she died from cere
brospinal congestion, the result ol reflex
nervous action from stomach and bowel irri
tation produced by worms or other irritants
boforeany medicine was given, and might
have ojcttred bad she taken nothing at all.
The opinion, therefore, of thee physicians,
to the effect that she died from poisoning by
lobelia was, to say the least of it, hasty and
very indiscreet, iu fact not true in any essen
Roll ok Honor, White School Honse
School, ending March 21, lfc'G:
Alice Harris, Isaiah Urim,
Aguts Smith, Florence Harris,
Mary Bonneji Amy Harry.
Janey Benney, Matilda Staufier,
E D. Hutchinson, KstleShater,
Willie Hutchinsod, Alice Orim,
Marcus Smith, Edgar Hutchinson,
Edwaid Bonney, Johnny Bolin,
Henry Harris, James Bolin,
KolphiaGrim, Samuel H.Oliver.
The utiovo named pupil attained a stand
ing of seventy percent,, or more, In deport
ment and scholarship lor the term of three
months. W. W n. Samson, Teacher.
Neuly, Or.ApriH 1870
Milliserv Goons. Mr. fe Mrs. Millican,
who have for two years past done a success
ful millinery business in Starkey's block,
Salem, has removed to a very neat store room
next to Breyman's corner, where they have
already opened a beautiful apsortmont of
sprlug goods, hats, bonnets, laces, ribbons
and fancy articles, and they Invite all our
lady renders to call upon them there, which
we believe tbey can do to advantage.
Wanted. A. new mlleU cow. Apply at
C. W. DIMICK,
Hubbard, Marlon Co.,
Breeder of Shorthorn and
Berkshire Pigs it Light Bi-nmali Chickens.
IHAVK ONE DEVON AND E1C5IIT SIIOKT
Iforu Hull ouc vear old and orer. which I offer
CHEAP FOR CASH, or im one or to -' time, at
ti-u per rent., with stood security lIOl nt the
Ranch, $3 lr bored and shipped. fO, or $11 per
pair, Correspondence solicited. 1
Oak Oroya Stock Kami. April 3, 1S7B, '
A wot of at uk, Mul uin tww to grotr I runs to attuudaocc for
homo me or market, tmlos drawing to illmtralf, etc, tta.
irice, unti.potpsia. our Fruit Recorder nnd Cot-
tllKO Gardener lnonthlj paper, iletotvi t fntlitcmw.
lunrirut-k raUiDc an 1 home a adornment, at 1 JM per rear Uoit
Hherrl term lt club afenn or any paper in thl country, a
Kpeclnien copy a well an our holeMt an! retail trier tint of
t lintanad trees pitta to applicant. AdrlreM A. M. IM ROY CO.,
Kotbcater, . Y.,oriaRDY ft DOSLAMJ, South Bend, Indian.
W.L. ADAMS, M.D., A.M. LL.D.,
Ofllcc on Flrtrt street,
(Betw cen Taylor and Salmon,)
PORTLAND, - - OREGON.
rilflE Doctor Is sou- curfne Chronic Disease" hi h
X crto considered Incurable, by new and rational
methods of treatment, on moderate teims. He be
longs to no "school" of medicine, but, admitting
there le some truth In Allopathy, Hydropathy, lio
miropathy, and Mesmerism, he reject" them all as a
Thole, retaining from each wratevcr experience has
proven to he beneficial, lie hold that no nun, how
ever well read In science, can cure those chronic (lis
eases which now bailie the skill of all the schools,
who has no other resources than thosa obtained by
reading all tho modt-al books yet published the ''Ec
lectlo" authorities not excepted. But he does hold
that by his system of Medicated Electric Vapor Hath?,
and by acting on the blood, the brain, and spinal
nerves by counter-irritants and harmless medicines,
every diseased organ In theody ran bo retored,
where there has been no pathological evolution re
sulting In an entire loss of function. He has demon
strated: this in very many Instances, by curing eery
ease ho has had of what doctors not unknown to fame
had pronounced " Incurable heart disease," betides
having reached cases of Syphilis, Scrofula, Rticuma
tisni, Consumption, Bright' Kidney, Dropsy, Liver
Complaint, Pile", Aneurisms, Tape worm, Tumors,
womb troubles, Dyspepsia, brain diseases, &c, when
sutferers had spent ast sums of money on ' emlucnc
Shyclclans," all to no uurpose. The Dr. claims to
ave tur-ceeded In modifying galvanism so as to make
It tike the place of animal magnetism, brilu lire, vi
tal force, or the i Is meilicalrlr natune which, w hen
asststod, heals all curable lesion lu tho body. This
Is sent through the brain, and over the eight pairs of
nerve" to every pirtl'le of tissue in the body, while
the patient Is passing through the hath. Tli's lath is
theDr.'sown imentlon, and, combining all tho ad
vantages of the Turktfh and other baths, and being
devoid of their evIKand dingers. Is pronounced by
those who have tried the best baths in Europe, the
Eastern titles. California, and Oregon, far superior to
any of them.
Out of a host of certificates as to the result of Ids
treatment which could bo published, the following
aro offered to suflerers. They do not embrace, how
ever, the most remarkable of his cures :
Portland, Feb. 5, tsTU.
I sullered four years from Brjsht's kidney, enlarged
prostrate and chronlc citarrli of bladder. 1 fried sev
en doctors, got worse, and gave up to die. in April
last a frlcn prevailed on me to call on Or. W. L. Ad
ams. I was soon relieved of Puttering. In July was
able to work In haivest. and have worked ever since.
Feel quite well and happy. Dr. Adams certainly
saved my life. .Hilton Boxskr.
For four years I was a miserable sufferer from syph
ilis, eularged prostra-e gland, and rbeumrtism. I
spent two thousand dollars on doctors In New York
aud Han Francisco, aud dldn'tget much, if any, relief.
I finally concluded to take the advice that Judge Hum
asungave me last fall, and 'place myself under the
careol Dr. W. L. Adams. His treatment astonished
mo In Its results I am free front pain, and have been
since the tht-d day after I brgnu treatment. I am, til
fact, a new man, and give this statement for the bene
fit of others, though, for rcaons the public will un
derstand, 1 do not giv e my mil name. F. O. C.
Yamhill CouNTvr Feb. 10. 18T0.
I or mapy years t was a sufferer irom chronic rheu
matism, distre-sing piles, and palpitation of the
heart, so that life was a burden. 1 anally went to
Portland, and was cured by Dr. W. L. Adams. I am
now free from pain, and can work hard all day with
out being tired Although 5u years old, I reel like a
boy again. The benefit 1 got from his treatment Is
vvorth more to mo thau all tho gold In Ntvada
O. II. Adams.
Little Fali s, W T., Jan. SI. 1811
In hammering a piece of steel, a fragment of It pen
etrated my lelt eye. I went to Portland, suffering
palu that I cinnot describe, for medical aid. After
several'dcctors examined and ivut'seled, they told me
that my a must b taken our, as It was Impossible to
save It. aud tliur I uidu't have It taken out I would
lose the other ey-r, too On my way to the hotel, a
good Hanur.t.ui advised me, before consenting to be
butchered, to see Dr. Auams. I did so, thank God
and ho soon relieved nic of pain, took tbo steel from
my eye. and cured me saving iny eye. saving me
from great suffering, andsavlnc me several hundred
dollars I teel more grateful toward hlni than lan
guage can express Henry Booth.
Ci.aukk i.o V T Feb. 5, 1870
My youn.'O-t babe, which weighed eight and three
quarter pounds when born, IWI off to seven pounds
and a half In three months, as It hurl nv.r rpinim.fi n
particle of milt on In stomach, but lived bv sucking
sugar lied up in a (loth. It became a sufl ring skel
eton, and difficulties set In tint threatened to kill It
In a lew djys My nelgblwrs said. " Don't Itko It to
a donor: n doctor con hi. It; it will only dlotbe
sooner..' One person, tnw ever, advised me to take It
to Dr. Adams, of Portland, uiegon, I did mi, and Iu
three nioulhs It wa a fat, bouncing boy, weighing
f.urteen pounds. It began to live on milk from the
time Dr. Adams began In treat It. I consider it al
most a miriKuious cure, and so do otheis. I make
tnis siuieineni lor ine neni'iu or nine- sunerers.
Sarah J, Wasiiul'iiv.
uiiii'Afio, Feu, i, ibio.
After having failed to get any relief from Physicians
hero fur ati unknown trouble, I wrote to Dr. Adams,
of Portland, Oregon, giving my symptoms, He sent
ui j-unianu, uregun, iriviug my symptom, lie sent
me medicine for a tape-worm. It soon rellev ed me of
nt.a t .,.... .. e Ikf.l. 1...., I...,.- Mi.. 1. M
Pokti vmi. March 7. 1HTII.
laraimiv.'H years old-have sullered as none but
mysell know, since I was 14 years old, with piotapeui
uif, large luuiurs, usiuia, worms, ami uemonuage,
which eminent physicians East a mi red me they could
not cure, i une now ureu unuer wr, wvnams s treat
ment one inniilli. and feel like a new man. ills treat-
ineut ha seemed to me to act almost miraculously, as
I was relieved of nearly every particle of my trouble
In a very shoit time after I began treatment I feel as
though 1 would like to recommend oilier suflerers to
go wheie 1 abil many nuiers iuu ami got reller,
rihoiuiK W. Swank,
Dit. Aijavis writes no prescriptions, and rarely
sends out medicine, as little tan he done for such as
nsually ntedhls aid unless he can have the patient
under his coustaut watch and rare as Ike treatment
advances. Only letters containing stamps, giving
symptoi.s and asking for an onlnlon, will he answer
ed. Patients may rely uon being dealt faltly and
honestly with no decejitlnn, no falsehood, no hum
bugging, to get people's money. "Do unto others as
you would have them do to you," Is a rule he Is trying
to live up to.
A Lady alwayn lu the OtHi-c, lu uaalat
lu treatliiK Women.
Portland, March, ibtil. inbWtf
. Seed, it-
GARDEN CITY PLOWS, IMPROVED
WE HAVK ON HAND. AND AltE RKCEIVINO. THE LATtOEST STOCK OF THE ABOVE CBtV
ehrated Plows ever Imported to the Pacific cint. Tho sncce of these Plows lat year exceeded an
thing ever before know n lu this Stat. Thoe now on hand aro mad" with new and special Improvements, ,
Warranted Superior to any Plow in tho United States !
THE GARDEN CITY SULKY PIOW,
Cutting 14 and 16 inches, with 3-horse attachment, and 16-inch,
rolling Cutter is without a rival. It has beqn so thorough
ly tested that we warrant its operation in any soil in
the State. These Plows are sold with that guaranty.
EST SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICE IJSTS."TB
SCHUTTLER WAGONS, ALL SIZES,
SEEDERS AND CULTIVATORS,
CULTIVATORS AND HARROWS.
T. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
84L.C9I. October I, 1875.
If You Want a Safe Purgative, uso
Dr. Jnyne'a Sanative Pills. Thoy
will roliovo the Stomach and Bowela,
without Oripiug, and cleanse tho
whole alimentary canal.
If You Want a Liver Stimulant, uso
Dr. Jayue's Sanative PlUs. They
will roatore tho Action of tho Liver,
and romove all obstructions of the
biliary duct. They may bo rolled
on iu all Affections of tho Liver, and
aro especially helpful in cases of
If You Want a Mild Laxative, Paq
Dr. ayne'a Sanative Pills. When
taken in sihall doses, they romoTO
a Costlvo habit of tho body, aud
gradually change tho vitiated secre
tions of tho Stomach and Liver,
which if let alouo, often generate
Dr. iayne's Sanative Pills are of
great help in romoving Skin Dis
eases, originating from an Itupuro
Condition of the Ulood. They may
bo taken at all times without dangor,
and whilo using them, you may cat
and drink as usual.
T A. DAVIS Jfc CO.. Wholcale Affentf. I'ortland,
Patronizo Home Manufactures !
HAVING THE DEST PATTERN OF STOVES
now made, and the latest Improvements, wo are
man u lait url UK stoves at
The Lowest Rates.
Aim HOLLOW WARE, and all HTOVE EXTRAS
"cast on orders Wemot respectfully solicit yourpat-
ronaije ror me soxior lenovo.
RKJIIAKDS & ROOUKRP,
PniiTI.ANI), Or., Proprietor.
Front M.. betw. Main and Madison. iiilrjln:!!
Patrons of Husbandry.
Front Street, near rhinucrs' wnarr.,
PORTLAND, .... OIIKtiON.
Address all communication to , P. LEE, Agent.
rilinwil AN1 IMPOHTRD 11V AtHiVSTVH
VT II. TAIIOH, Toledo, Vblo. (BT Send
for Price LWt
J. W. SleeporA Co., of tho Connor
creek mine, Baker county, lmvo struck
a remarkably rich body of ore. In
quality and quantity It excels anything
heretofore struck in this famous mine.
Tho ledge is eight feet wide, and the
oro is taken from tho depth of !I00 fcot.
Of this bodv of ore. threo feet in width
1 J.., , l.l .. a.. 1.1. !.! ...wl,lm lull
luiuty HiirKius wiiii gum, " mu -
anco of tho ledge is good milling rock,
which will run from $15 to S20 per t-jn.
The initio is very easily worked, vory
little blasting being required, llock
can bo takon out and milled at a cost
of S7 per ton, including wear and tear
of machinery. In a run of threo days
live stamps last week, Mr. Sleeper
cleaned up 7(3 ounces, which in bar was
K.U line, goia.
Tho Agricultural llureau estluute
the'eottgn crop at 1,103,000 balos,
Chances for Good Invest
ment. I OFFER FOR SALE, ON LONG CREDIT, TO
reci')nlbo parties, vnhmhlu property and inter
ests tie follows:
Lots and Blocks In Portland, Or.,
With or without houses on them.
IParniB, favorably located, with or with
1,000 or innro acres of Timbered, Prairie, or
Swulo LANDS, netr rlvera and railroad), nt long tturo
An Interest in a STEM SAW MILL, which hi
I the best paying bnlncsn in tho State.
Vihiablo Placer ami Q-iart. MINKS in Eastern Or
egon, with water supply nnd modern machinery for
I ralnlns attached. Also. (Jnartu Mill, Kerry Riant.
, .Hid Toll Koad-nll or which property can bo paid for
iuk ui mu iruveeuB in inu uusiui'sa.
Mouoy Lnancd and Borrowed on good ic
curity, and notes discounted.
Also. Loctto llama tend , Land Warrant, and CoN
ie'u oitii, on ceiecion iiovcriimcnt kauus.
Property In Portland, and outiilde lands EX
CHANGED for property In other btatc.
I On all titles, tlmo will be i-lvon for nearly tho whola
O. WI. OARTUB,
ileal Estate Dealer, PORTLAND, Or.,
dccSltf Carter's lllock Front Street,
Forest Grove, Oregon.
Rev S. II. MARSH, D. D President, and Profose-
' of Intellectual Philosophy.
Rsv. HORACE LYMAN, A.M.. Professor of Rhet-
or ot Intellectual Phllosoj
itv. no it AUK
orlc and HlsUrv.
UEO. II. COLLIER, A. M Professor or Math,
Rev. T. CONDON, A. M Professor or Natural
JOS. W. MARSH, A. M Professor or Latin and
.1. D ItOnU, A. M , Prlnc'pal or Academy.
Mns. M. P. SP1LLEK, Preceptress.
Tho school year consists of three terms, beginning
respectively on tho first Wednesday of September.
December, and March.
In the University tho tuition Is Q4S per year, and
in the Academy (30 per year pijable per term la
Hoard can be had at from ft1) to ft per woclc.
Examinations for admission will lie held on H
tcmher 1st, at II a. m., at the Collt'K".
Fur further Inlormatlon, address tho President or
any other member of the Faculty.
INFALLIBLE AND FINAL
ALL PERSONS SUFFERING FROM ASTHMA,
lliouchlti, Induced Phthisic, Incipient Con
sumption, and wlshlni; to he PERMANENTLY
CUllEl), please Inform me, lu person or by letter.
Uy address Is NEEDY, Clackamas county, Oregon.,
JuJluil) II. M. DAUOHKItTY
Oregon Steamship Company's
THE STEAMER ALICE WILL LEAVE HALKIfr
for Corvu'lls and intermediate lnts on Monday
aud Thursday of eath week about -i p. m. Returning
will leae balein Ii-t Portland at a. m,
Steamer BMNAINSK wllllcavefor tho same po'jit
on Tuesday and Fridays.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In County Cuirt. Marlon Cuucty, Ort'KOn. Xitatu of
it. u, Ainney, ucccttsuu.
AW. KINNEY, administrator nr s&M. vtMu,
hav'iau: tiled tils accounts In said court, praying
a llnal settlement of the same: It Is thrrVorte ordered
that said application be heard at the Coart house In
Salera cu Friday, the 1 Ith day of April, IM'J. at 3 cT
clotk . in., at which tlino and placo all persons ln
tere.lwl will please appear and fUe objections to tho
same, If auy exist, ealem, Marlon county, Oregon,
Mariii 13, 1H.U. JOHN C. PEEULBS,
&w I County JndifO.
OR. K. V. C1IASB,
REVET Lt. Col., late Surceon U.S. Volunteer. -.