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liOYAL LITERATURE.— Th« “ luil”
(GibKi) wrote a letter in
l»;i3 iu which he took occasion to say:
T o the Unfortunate.
tim e to couie.
ESTABLISHED IN 18M,
For the Meatmen! of gox-
I «al Mia-t Seminili Disesns’
j «urli us gonorrhoea, gleet,
triture, syphilis In all its
forms, serai. al weak new, ini-
potency. .to. sk:a DDeasts (of year* stand
ing,) and Ulouratod l«.js smujessiuily treated
Hr w many thomund* of persons both mile
nnil female are there who are «uttering out a
miserable exi*t*'neo from toe effect* o f secret in-
<lulgun<*ef. or from virus absorbed into tb« sys
tem. Look nt ihtir pullict. etnaeinted nnddis-
flamjsri faces, and their broken constitution«,
disqualify ing them far the happiness of mar.
riuge nr the enjoyment of life. In this horrid
situation thousands sutler until death clones
the scene. Let parents, guardians and friends-
attend to tin**© who ore suffering with any of
hnrrble, 1 iIe destroying maladies— see that
they are oared for and cured before it bo too
Into, Send them to l>r. Gibbon, a physician
who has made private diseases hit especial
study for years, ai d who is certain to cure the
most inveterate cases without,luorcury or any
injurious drugs. It. is important to those who
are afflicted, or to tbo»e who are interested in
the welfare of their friends, to be vurelnlof the
many pretended Doctors wh > infest ali cities,
publishing their skill in curing all diseases in
a few days, imposing upon the public by using
the names ot emiuent physicians from Europe
and otl*r places, lie therefore careful and
make strict inquire, or you tuffy fall into -the
Lauds of those charlatans.
Syphilis is syphilis the woyld over; so is
small pox. cousui'.ption and other diseased, to
he contrary of wh .1 quacks m iy say.
S. B. A*tell. present member of Con
gress from the First Di»>t, Cul., au<t
nominee on the Democratic ticket f*r
reeleetion, is opposed to paying the
5 20’s in greenbacks, because green-
baeks are not money. The Rcpubli
eana of that District propose to run a
greenback candidate against him. If
they do, wo propose three cbecis for
their candidate. Mr. Aztcll, it is
manifest enough, has been brought to
hie anomalous stand by arguments per
euasire fn their nature, and is therefore
unfit to represent a Democratic constit
uency. We hope he will be withdrawn
Seminal weakness is the consequence o f self-
and a suitable candidate nominated ; abuse. This solitary vioo, or depraved sexual
else, lot Democrats wa*h their hands of indulgence*is practised by the youth of both
T he Healdaburg (Cal.) Standard is
inter published by \\ . J. Bowman «fc Co
Mr. B. was associated with ourseif at
one time in the publication of the La
fayette Courier. The Standard is a
neatly gotten up eight-page paper and
is Democratic to the core. W c wish
.you success,** Jack.”
T iie Iiecord says that the negro still
wears the color that God gave him. I<
God made Yankee school inarms and
Yaukce camp followers the agent*
through which He imparted il color ”
to the African, then in truth might it
be said that God had % direet agency
ill making mulattos.
A remove in the right direction has
lately been made as affecting Umatilla.
Coonts, who spells Umatilla, “ umetil*
Jy ” has been supplanted by, it is to be
hoped, an honest man and one not a
natural born fool.
The Jacksonville Sentinel
pays that tha republicans nominated in
Jaokson county tor the legislature will
have great weight in that body. Bet*
ter wait until they get into t^at body.
>'r. Townsend, member elect of the
lower House says the first bill he will
offer in the legislature will be one mak
ing perjury an offen.*e punishable with
death. Should this bill became a law,
the occupation of the republican party
in gone in this State on election occas
i 3<3 to
Biackerby’fl. $a!oui, for ^tove«.
W IL L CURE TH E W O R S T OF COUGHS. CO U D«
itnil even CONST OPTION, i f not too f o r cone, and
w ill R E L IE V E them , w hen nothing: else w ill.
Cheaper than any Other h ouse on the Coeat
Fall and Winter Style of
Silk lints, for 1808 ,
I* now ready,
Wg have also received a arg
supply o 1 the
s t ip p b e g s l e a v e t o in f o r m t h e
p u b l ic
t h a t in o k
faring-her medicine. *ho ha* been induced to do no fama earnest solicitation* of bor
neighbor* and numerous acquaintances. That haring had eighteen year* experience in the
Lung Disease* peculiar to this coast, and beleiving that Nature always provide* in ever'
dime an antidote for the «Ifaeflse* peculiar to the climate,she has been experimenting with dif
ferent Herbs. Roots and Bark* of the country, and alter year* of toil her efforts have been
crowned with success, and as a proof of which she offers a few of the numerous testimonials
in her posses.-iou.
Expos! ion Hats
0 F a c M
of l m . s t a r t
F S .
a v in g p e r c iia s e d
CARPET AND PAPER HANGIN8
his I entire stock of STOVES and TIN
»'ARE Tons aud Material, aud is sow re
Willamette Ironworks Compart^
“ W O O D ’ S”
EG LEAVE TO INFORM TIIE PEOPLE
that they have removed their extensive
M O W E R S a n d R E A P E R S !
stock to the »tore. NO.
F R O N T Street,
Would respectfully solicit tho patronage ol
formurlv occupied by
the many costumer* of the “ old firm ” aud the
COHEN, LYON A KAUFM AN,
Over 60,000 Manufactured And noir
Where they will open Latest importations of
CALL AND SEE
in uae in this country and Europe.
IIESE’world renowned machines were awar
ded the first prise. Ten pounds sterling,
ut the Grout Quadneuniul Trial at Plymouth.
England, July, i8t>5, and ut the Great National
Field Trial, held at .-‘ uburtt, N. Y., in July.
186(5, the First Premium, GRAND GOLD
The FIB6T and BEST Machine in the
H. A. DEMING Agent,
Kearney Street, ban i rauciseo, Cal.
K . Dafcertjr’s
CatabHaked trmrtath/ U a ffa ri tha mfUttad
aoumi oniacintifir Medical Aid, hi the
treatment and cure o f all Pvtnaia and
Chromic Di»ea*ea, of oaeretycoao»
and all seamat dieordtre.
TO TRB AFFLICTED.
Dn. W. K. D ohkrty returns hit aineere
thanks to bis numerous patients for their paU
ronage, and would take this opportunity to
remind them that he continues to eonsRlt at
bis Institute for the eure of ohroaie disease«
ot the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Digestive and'
Genito-Urinary Organs, and all private Dis
eases, v is: Syphilis in all its farms and stage«
Seminal Weakness, and ail the horrid conse
quences of self-abuse.Gonorrbeea. Gleet, Strict
urea, Nocturnal and Dirunal Emissions,- Sox-
uli Debility. Diseases of tbe Back and Loins
Infiamatiou of tbe Bladder and Kidneys, « L ,
eo . and he hopes that hi* long experienoo end
•ueoessful ptartice, will oontiuue to insure him
a shore of public patronage. By his practice ef
man; years iu Europo aud tbe United States,
be is enabled to apply tho moot efficient and
successful remedies against diseases of all
kinds. He uses no Mercury, charges moder
ate’ treats bis patients in a correct and honor
able way, and has referenocs of unquestionable
veracity from men of known respectability
and high stauding in society. All parties ad
dressing him by letter or otherwise will re
ceive thebest and gentlest treatment, and im
TO FEM ALES:
When a female is in tro' ble, or affiieted with
disease, as weakness of the ba«k and limbs,
pain in the head, dimbess of sight, Ives of
muscular power, palpitation of tbe heart, irri
tability, norvousno«*, oxUume urinary difficult,
ties, dcrangemeui of digestive functions, eucral
debility, vaginitis, ail disesses *d tkj womb,
hysterim, sterility, aud ull other diseases pcc-ul«.
iar to femaiys, she should go <»r write at once
to the celebi^ted fatuafa Doctor Vi, K. Dober*.
ity at hi* Medical Institute, and oonsult him.
«buut her disease. The Doctor is effecting
umre cures than any other physician in tk«
friutu of Califuruia. Let no falao delicacy pre
vent you, but apply immediately and save
yourself frout painful sufferings aud premature
death. All married ladies whose delicate health
or other circumstances prsvont an iucreus«
in their families, should write or cal« at Drv
W. K. Doherty’s Medical Institute, and they
will receive every possible relief and help,,
'ihe D<»ct«>r’a oflfaes are *••
-ged that he
car be consulted without I I, nf observation.
Patient* residing tu auy part of tha State,
bow« ver distupt, who may desire the opinion,
and advice >d Dr. Doherty on their respective
cases, und who thiuk proper to submit a wrU-.
ton statement ul auch, iu prefenotce to huidRtg a
person»! interview, are respectfully assured
that their communications Will bo held »ost,
sacred. Dr. Doherty takes this opitortguity
of observing that all letters are opened,only
aud replied to by himself,, aud the IaR«r a«
promptly as possible.
If tbe case be fully and candidly describe«!,
persouu! coiutuuuicutioii w»\i be surpetseAeA. •»
instructions for diet, regime«!, and the general
treatment of the ease itself (iucludt^j tha
remedies) wi|) be forwarded withe«), dfdsy,
aud iu such « mauner us to convey so i^ a of,
the purport of the letter.or parcel so. trans
\T. K. DOHKRTY, M, D„
! San Fn»»ei*rv. rnlifemia.
L i l b
I n s u r a n c e
C o m p a u y
Y O R K * .
NOETI! FROMT A N D E STREET,
l^ o r tla n d , O r e g o n .
F. 3. WINSTON. Präsident.
IR O Y
A SHt’ AL Ixcnup OYER
B 11 LDE RS.
Divideud fur 1 Y e a r, 2 ,1 2 4 ,0 0 0 YS
e'ehruary 1st, 1867.
F u rtly Mutnal; profit*
divided am en * p olicv-
bpldem, exeliiNuely. IVo
the bank of the river, one block north ot
Couch’s Wharf, and have facilities for turning
out machinery promptly and efficiently.
T U E P R I Z E M O W E R ,
We have secured the services of .Mr. John
Every person Ipinred in tk« M U T U A L
Nation, us Director of tho Works, whose ex
1XSUR4NCS COMPANY OF NSW
While it rctains]ull the advantages which h»* perience on this Const for fiftoen years gives
made it so uuiversal u favorite, is greatly im trim a thorough knowledge of the various YORK, has a constantly Increasing Policy
proved by additiou of tbe
kinds of machinery required for mining aud or deermeiag Premium ns h* may Frefi»..
Steel Lined Guarda,
'Vo are prepared to execute orders for all
New Pitman Connection,
Dlvlduedi paid uununlly.
s asses of Machinery and Boiler Works, such
Stronger Knive*. Ailjuntibla
R. GLISAN, M, D , )
holding Shoe and S/miig Sent,
Making it a perfect machine. Tbe lightest
draft, the most durable, and at tho same time
tbe uiost simple, and bust cutliug maohiuu
iu the world.
M i n i n ?
a n d
S t e a m b o a t
M A C H I N E R Y ,
FLOURING MILLS. SAW MILLS.
> Medical Examieecn
R.B. W ilsok .M .D )
For Agencies, IuformnM«.^ Blank Applica
QUARTZ MILLS. MINING PUMPS
T h e S e l l - R a k e R e a p e r !
B U T L E R & H EATH ,
Agent* for Oregon and the. Territorie«
4*t\ 4-C. * C .
Is justly called the “ Victor of every Conteet,”
Manufacture and repair machinery of all
and Front Street«.
Office— No. 104 Front Street, Portland,
ciples. The New Mowing Attachment gives kinds.
genejul satisfaction aud makes one of the most
(Opposite Franklin Book Store.)
Reaper* Irou Shutter W ork at San FruReisco far Salem, Oregou
Coat and Freight.
known, and we fully warrant it.
ILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Wheeler A Randall’s Pateut Grinder and Am
the Collecting and adjustment of ac-
T h e H a ii ( I - R a k e R e a p e r ,
douuts, bill* and notes; Negotiating Inland
Dunbar’s Self-adjusting Patent Piston Packing
bills; effecting loans; selliug and leasing real
W O O L
estate; house renting, uud Pi tbe g«;neral agen Is at tho sawe time tbepneigadsaqa tho best of Either applied to old or new steam eyiinder
cy busiuess iu all its branches.
the kind ever offered. It cut* a swartb five feel
JAS. L. DALY.
WARD S. STEVENS.
The Veritable ‘kIiasrom.”
widein Reaping, and four aud a ball in Mow
ing. As a Mower it is equal to the best Fold
ing Bar machine iu use. Uhe ease with which
it is managed, and iu changing faom Mower
to Reaper, or vice verse wiliat once recommeud
it. Manufactured by the
Quart Stampers, shoes aud Dies.
Of .ae best hard iroa.
I L L C L IN G A N , having an I to bit,
W A L T E R
A . W O O D
and the fair fame of Dallas at heart,
some weeks since generously stepped betwixt Mowing and Reaping Macbiue Company, <
the city aud impending discomfiture, purchased
HOSSICK FALLS, N. Y.
a grocery ” and closed i> up.
If auytbing is desired however, in the lino
NEW WAREHOUSE AT EOLA!
40 «¿ourtland Street, New York.
of Oysters, sardines, Ac., ft r medical purposes
206 Lake Street, Chicago.
the proprietor might be induced to open the
Forign Office Upper ThomasSt*— TT Lon-igrqHE undersigned, having completed their
Which puts IIOWB AT THE HEAD of All
LARGE NEW WAREHOUSE at Eola,
Sewing Machine Exhibitors.
Deesoriptive Catalogue sent on application.— lylPolk county, are now prepared to receive
¡on Storage. Thewarehouse D furuiuhed with
TI1C H O W E S E W IN G M A C H IN E
¡Elevators, Hopper Scales, add all the /atest
¡improvements. Give us acall. Terms reason
J . W . M c A F E E , M . D ..
T R IU M P H A N T !
Sacramento street, neiow Montgomery, ep *
poaite the Paoifle Mail Steamship Ce/i
office. Private eatraaee on Leldee*
8 an Praneuea.
GENTLEMEN'S k CHILDREN'S I YEAR.
D r. W
WHEN A FEW BOTTLES OF
No. TJ Frout street, Portland. Oregon.
A RE receiving, in addition to tbeirexten»ire
« A Stock, by every Steamer, all the LATEsT
b l i L b s of New York, London and Parisian
FO R f
m i. &. jl
PRIVATI HEDIOAL AID.
S amcv . Oregon. Oot. lfl, 1865.
M arion Corxrr, April. ISflfl.
From the good effects that I have seen and
This 1* to certify that 1 have taken, at dif-
know of Mrs. Stipp’* Thoracic Balsam, I oau eront times, Mrs. L. A. Stipp’* Thoracic Bal
safely recommend it to the public.
sam. and find it to be a good and sa e remedy
DEALERS IN HATS
JAS. D. McCCRDY, M. D.
for Coughs, Colds and all tbe ill* far which it
Will consult their own Interests by examining'
K alkm , Oregon, March 8, 1865.
our Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
I hereby certify that I have been using
F airfield , April IS, 1869.
Mr*. Stipp'* Thorucie Balsam in my family,
t ip p ; Having used four bot
Hats of every style and description
wirb tho very best of results, and I am happy tles of your Thoracic Balsam, asd received
in stating that the raidicine is ull that is rec great benefit therefrom. I take great pleasure
R A D E TO O R D E R ,
ur ended to be by its proprietor.
in recommending it to all person* afflicted with
Coughs, Colds, and Affection of the Lungs,
NEATLY REPAIRED ,
and General Debility. LOUIS PITMAN.
Momox C oiimtt , Sept. 27, 1865.
The unde^sigued, resident of Marion county,
N eedy . Clackamas county, }
take* pleasure iu stating for the bene
April IS, I860.
J. G. Heussdorffer & Bro’s,
fit of the afflicted, that in tbe winter of 1862-
M rs , L. A. S tipp : I wag suffering from a
No 72 Front street, Portland, Oregou ; Cor. D 4, I was suffering from an affection of the cough and cold of long standing, when I com
and Second streets, Marysville, Cal. No. 125 lungs and kidneys, resulting from a violent menced taking your Thoracic Balsam, and,
oold, I seemed to be going into rapid Con
sexes to an almost unlimited extent, produciug J street, Sacraiueuto ; No. (>2j and 627 Com sumption, uud hud begun to believe that my in ii short time, was relieved of my cough and
all its attending miseries. And 1 feel that I
with unerring certainty tbu following train of
holeKale liou.-e at San Francisco, death was not very fur distant, and all wbo can safely recommeud it to the public as a
nv>rbid sym'oms, unless combatted by scientific
saw me were impressed with the same convio-
medical measures: sallow countenance, dark Cal., No, 62$ Commercial through to 627 C>ay (iou. Alter trying various remedies without good and efficient modicino fir Cough*, Cold*
and infiamution of the Lungs.
spots under the eyes, pain in the bead, ringing streets.
ELDER EZRA STOUT.
Factories— At New York, 402 Broom street any success, 1 was induced to try “ Mrs.
in the cars, noise I ike the rustl ing o! leaves and
Stipp’s Thoracic Bait Hio,” and to it I urn fully
rattiiug of chariot», uneasiness about the loins, at Paris, Boulevard St. .Martiu.
persuaded that I owe my life and present good
M arion UorsTY, J^pril. 1866.
weakness of the limbs, coufnstd vision, blunt
health. Under these ciieumstanccs. I fae!
M rs . I,. A. S tipp : Having been suffering
intellect, bo-s of conlidcnce. diffidence in ap
that I am but performing a duty to uuinauity from a severe cold, which settled iu my head
proaching arrangers, a dislike to turrn new ac O R E R Ò *
B A K E R Y when I recommend all similarly afflicted to aud
thrnut, causing n dry. hacking cough aud
quaintance*. a disposition ts shun sooiety, loss
trv this cxeelleut medicine.
pain in my breast, which continued to grow
of memory, hectic flushes, pimples and various ! First Street betw een Stark and W a s h
worse till I was induced to try your Thoracic
eruptions uhout the face, furred tongue, feted
liuLnm, and, in ash<>rt time, wu* free from my
breath, cough*, consumption, night sweats,
M ahtov Cor xt v, Og’n. Sept. 27. 1865.
cold and all its attending miseries; ami I can
mouomauiu. ; ud frequent insanity. If relief
Having received great bent tit tram the us, safely say that it i* the host Cough Medicine
he not obtained, should apply immediately,
of “ Mrs. Stipp’* Thoracic Balsam.” and be I have ever known. 1 consider it a duty tu
either in persou or by letter, uud have a cure
ing convinced that its lAo would be beuviicial humanity, to recommend it to all similarly
eftected by this new and s.dentitic mode of
thousand* of personssuaariug without b>>pc atHiuted to try it.
treating this complaint,, which never fails of
of relict, it is with pleasure that I make the
effecting u quick and radicuf care. Itr. G.
following statement: In the fall of 1S63, 1
S a l e m . March 8. ISflfl.
will give $100 to any per* >p who will prove
u.ed »tiveral bottle*
satisfactorily to him that he was cured by eith
S t y le ,
and throat, causing a dry, hacking cough, of your Thoracic Balsam, and known a great
er of the S.m Francisco quack*.
fever, headache and puiu to the breast uuder many other* to use il, J can sufaly say 1 con.
Dr. Gibbon is responsible, and will givoeach
the shoulder, in seventy, until my lifts seemed rider it tbe best medicine for Coughs. Colds,
patient a written iu.sirumr.it biudmg himself
to be iu real danger. Al> >ot six weeks ago, I Indigestion, Derangement of tbe Stomach
to effect a radical and permanent cure or muk«
commenced taking Mrs. btipp’s Thoracic tial aud geueral Iftebiliiy, that I hare ever knowq,
a n d Q u a l i f y sum, and in this short space of time, I have
RALPH L. JONES.
Persons at a distance may he cured at homo
regained almost my usual health and strength,
by addressing u letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating
have a good appetite, rn>< atu free from uiy
-O F -
ease, symptoms, length of time the disease ha«
F alem , Marion county, May 5 ,186fl,
cough and ail its attending miseries.
continued, and have mediom* promptly for-,
M rs . S tip p : llavipg used your Th<»raqic
M. a. F u ll WARD.
warded, free from damage or curiosity, to any
Balsam at different times, anil roceivetl gr^ai
part of tha country, witn full 4nd plain direc
benefit from its use, 1 can saiuly say that U. is
tions for rse, for ten dollars sent in a registered
All ordtr* promptly tilled by A- f . HELM the best Cough Medicine that 1 have cue»
«tier through 'Veils, Largo A Co.
known, and 1 have been in the habit t>f ufu»g
Order* solicited and promptly filled.
Patent Medicine tor Cou^h* and Colds, ami
D K . J. F. G IB B O N .
your preparatioq to excel all others, aud
Clfl Kearney street, corner Commercial San*
Parrish «'•.Co., Albany.
recommend it to the public.
Francisco. Post Office liox 242.
F . Q P T 1 Z p ro p r ie to r
R, C. GIBSON.
Persona writiug to Dr Gibbon will
pleu»o atate the name of the paper hi* adver
lank county .
aQBVTS FQIt MSHIOK COUNTY.
tisement in, and remember to put “ '.’ 62 ” on
A. S. McClure, Fugene City, merchant,
Charles Cslvcrt, Waconda.
Ellsworth A beUliuft. Druggists, Eugene.
It. Huuna. Bclpgrsi.
Stew.,ft Bros., Split.itlield.
Cupt. McManus, St. Louis.
— Hamilton. Cottage Cmve.
Hamilton & Brog.. Fairfield,
C. H. Friendly, Monroe, Benton county.
Dcveuport & Woolfard,hilverton.
8. Morse, Sublimity.
Agents wanted in every county and town
W A L T E R
B R O S . ,
Me Kinney A C o . Turner's Mills.
in the the State.
T . R . B L A C K E K B Y *
Beach S l Rinehart, Jetfcr<«uu.
MRS. L. A. STIPP, Manbfacturer
A c c id e n t s
O a k l a n d — Two
fevtre aco’dentfl*happened at Oakland,
last week. A Mr. Johnaou was ridiisu W E S T A C 0 T T & M I L L E R ,
at*rn<8 the bridge that croasee Culuponia
Announce to tho citir.cn. of Sn!em and vicinity
erflflk, Dear the town, when hi» hurw* that they are now manufacturing the best
became frightened and junipod oil tho and purest article of Beer, »ud will deliver the
bridge breaking the horae’ii buck, nnd ■cinio Ht 40 cents per gallon. Saloons, hotels
aud families supplied.
somewhat injuring and badly friglttun
ing the old man. The citizen» how S M U I S
C X P O S iT I O .Y ,
ever made up a pur*o and gavu it to
tho unfortunate old travelqg. Mr. K
V 1,1 4fci !IOV> K, Jr. President of the
D*»WL tEW ING
'*’ , e, v of Rogue river was crossing tlic 1 K
Vridg* the next day with n vigon, and
A (.OLD MEDAL
hi« horses took fright aud backed ti e
augoo «I,« tnc bring»*, nnd in trying to
• ml crested a Knight of tbe Legion ol Honor
•are her )i tlo hoy. Mrs. X. fell off the
by tiie Emperor Napoleon.
o. t«ig«. >«n 1 wu- run overby the wagon,
raca»vuig Mtr.oi.s ¡ti'ernal injuries but Tor tlic Sewing Machine,
i«o( of such u naluiu ais to prove fatal.
Cupt. Lafollett has reMjmeJ business
jw tho lioe of taking “ picters.” IIo
r * f tHOk to sorve the republicans at the
ni l prico— their face» arc so long since
the election—ohargo* by the yard.
H ATS A N D CAPS
CA RPE 7’, PAPE n i l A * GING
COOK, PARLOR and
FLOUR AND TABLE OIL CL07II,
ELEVATED OVENS and
G r e e l y o n G r a n t . --Tho New
WINOW. SHADES, DAMASKS,
BUCKS’ PATTERN and
York Tribune, but a short time before
LACE CURTAINS, CORNICES,
lha unanimous nomination of Grant, IRON nnd BRASS KEjJTLES,
PUMPS. LED PIPE,
apoke of that immaculate gentleman in
BAND AND GILT MOLD GS,
and RUBBER HOSE,
tha following deprecatory terms:
And all good* in the Cnrpct nnd Upholstery
“ To elect a tnan to office who dclih COPPER aud ZINC.
line. We import our good* direct Iroin the
eratrly gets drunk is to bring dthrum
Eust, and sell them now at
• tremens into our legislation, mid to mak**
LEII THAN SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
the ptepuriiticn and execution of out
W A L T E R B R O S .,
, Jaws uncertain, wild and spasmodic.—
Done On Short Notice.
Now ia tho time for the men who rral*
H E A D Q U A R T E R 'S BU ILD IN G
ly believe in the virtue of temperance
to show their fuith by their works —
OPPOSITE JOHN C. BELL’S STORE.
l^et us resolve to vote for no man who
has not atrength enough to resist the
DAL Y & S T E V E N S .
T . R . B L A C K E R B Y .
temptation of wine.”
GEN ERAS AGENTS,
alem. Oregon, March 7, 1567.
Manufacturer* and Importers of, and Wholesale
and Retail Dealers in
flirt Keurnv r Htroet corner
Commercial, San Francisco
Tho lloeeburg Ensign of May 30,
wagea eloquent alter the following
“ Let not the firm platform, on
which the Union party has for the
laet aiz years stood upon.”
same number of the Ensign contains
serqral gems ft their way. The e»i t
or’a ayutux is only equaled hy his orthog
New Remedies New Remedies iS fC 8B O R | 'F E fl A BRO
*' Union Men of Oregon ! be up ami •
doing, and you will blast the hopes of
the aeeessioo democracy for all coming
Farm ers, A tle itio n !
D A L L A S HOTEL,
k D A L L A S . OREOO.Y,
[$ J A B I E S D E M P S E Y ,
P R O P R IE T O R .
BECKETT A CLARK.
p. 8.— Merchants will find it to their
Physician and Surgeon ü s r i ä s s &
¡and guarantee atttisfaction.
his house is wall situated and the propri
o a v u PA H i F O R W H E A T .
etor spares no efforts to make his guests Offloe— near residenes, corner of Liberty and!
Court streeta, Salem.
C A Z M rm iA J r \ jja n m * * " * e
fad comfortably at home.
IIE undersigned having lo o te d
Double Cylinder Carding Machine tow
miles south of Sublimity, six mile« northeast
of Scio, aud one-fourth mile of Ltecbe • Parry»,
on the North Sanliam, respectfully solicits pub.
^ j g r s a - will be under tbe eontrol o f
experienced operatives, aud aatUfaotion it
Will be done at the rednoed price of Eight
Cents per Pound, when grease or oil is* furn
ished. If I furuish lard, Ten Conte per Pound,
If I furnish iard oil. Twelve and a half Cents
One pound of nice clean lard for each eight
pounds of Wool, or one pound of lard oil far
each ten pounds.
To insure good Rolls tho Wool mast bo
W e ll W a lk e d and Cleaned
o f Trash,
Also, it should bo graded.
D , 8. S T A ' T O S .
fab. M, IM S