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FEBUUAliY 16. 1872
A Demure-looking chap hailed
a charcoal peihller with the query,
"Have "you "got charcoal in your
wagon !" "Yes, sir," said the ex
pectant driver, stopping his horses.
"That's right,'4 observed the de
mure chap, with an approving nod;
"always tell the truth, and people
will respect youl" And he hurried
on, much to the regret of the ped
dler, who was getting out of the
wagon to look for a brick.
At a negro camp-meeting the
the colored preacher said: "lI tell
you, bludded bredren, dat de deb
ble is a big hog, and one of these
days he'll cotrtt along and root you
all out." An old negro in one of
the anxious pews, hearing this, rais
ed himself from the straw, and
clasped his hands, exclaimed in the
agony of his tears: ''ling him,
o Lord ! ring him !"
The Now York V,rorld thinks
that Connolly made a giave mis
take when he joined the Democra
tic party. He ought to have called
himself a Republican. .Because,
had he done so, his conviction as a
dishonest ollice-holder would have
been followed by a serenade from
Fisk's baud and a complimentary
speech by Opdyke. As it is, he
occupies a prison cell, and awaits
the verdict of a jury, while his fi-1-ov
-swindler Murphy expects a fat
A man in Berlin, Yt., has pos'el
the following "notis" in the village
My wife, 3Jniy Miller, having
deceived me in regard to her age,
before marriage, claiming to be 20
only, when she was 32, with teeth
badly decayed, while I am not 22,
with perfectly good teeth, tliere
Qlbre I will pay no debts of her con
l. n. x church.
A wealthy young fanner in Ohio
made a vow at the time of his mar
u; wor.M plant lortv
peach or apple trees for each child
born during the fust ten years of
his wedded life. He has been mar
ried sevn years and lias about '.V20
trees. lie talks about retracting,
O as he hasn t the land to spare.
The noblest thing on earth is the
man who rises to the dignity of
self-mastery. The man who ran
refuse indulgence to a clamoring
desire; can hold the craving appe
tite ungratilied, and can say to a
rising passion: "Peace be still "
is a hero above Alexander or Her
cules. Wondku mongers in Poland are
jubilating just now at the presence
among them of a Russian peasant
of giant size. This all itudinous
fersonage is nearly nine leet in
lnght, and modestly claims to be
the tallest man in the world. He
is probably correctin ids assertion.
G Miss Kank, of Baltimore, set
out to write a list of wrongs of
women, but found so many of them
that she was driven to the conclu
sion that women sutler a wrong in
being born at all. This disposes
of the whole question in a nutshell.
A society for the prevention of
cruelty to babies should be organ
ized at Xenia, Ohio. Xo less than
one dozen wretched mothers in
that poor village named their poor
innocent little babies L'lysses
Tun new State Capitol of Iowa
will be :JG0 feet north and south,,
and 2 11 feet wide; the height of
centre and wings, 0-1 feet to the top
of the cornice, and the rest f?et.
The last General Assembly appro
priated 6150,000, and of this 120,
000 lias been spent.
Tn tr.himx down a beautiful paint
ed canvas ceiling at All-Souls' Col
l'.o;e, Oxford, Mnjrlaud, roccntlv,
lift een .'UK-ii'iit jiaint inirs wore dis
covered attached to the roof where
l l.., i i. i .
iho li, u i lH'i-u uu!uos u to any one
lor two centuries. !
The following notice, printed on
colored cardboard, with a nice bor
der, hangs tip in a place of business
in Rome, X. Y.: "Mebbee you
don't pettcr had loaf rount here,
veil you don't yot some teesniss
ain't it :''
A magnificent winter garden
with r.if, and theater at tach meat s
is being laid out in ibmie under
the direction of an Kniish archi
tect. ..V " national theater of unit
ed italy:' is eonteaiulated in the
"Heat Them. .V little boy in
Danbury asked a lady friend of Mis
mot Pl-'s: v Mew ni 'i .1 ! M i iv 1 1( it !i ;i,
replie.l, "Hod." "Well,' remark
ed the youiiLT hopeful, "Dr. Mercer
made mother's, rind they heat
vttirs by a darned siht."'
Michigan woman, the wife of
an invalid, and mother of twenty
six children, picked cranberries
enough last fall to pay o'F a mortg
age on her farm.
PoxrmniNi;. Horace Greeley is
said t0 Ic h retirement at present,
pondering the groat Muestion:
"Will cundurango exnlode?''
How to no it. "Doctor, how
can I expand ray chest?"' " liv
constantly carrvisig a lar"-e heart
Home and Farm-
CUT THIS OUT.
A German forest-keepery eighty,
two years old, not wishing to cary
to the grave an important secret,
publishes in the Liepsic Journal
a receipt he has used for fifty years,
and which, he says has saved sev
eral men and a great number of
animals from a horrible death by
hydrophobia. The bite must be
bathed as soon as possible with
warm vinegar and water, and when
this 1ms dried, a few drops of mu
riatic acid poured upon the bite,
will destroy the poison of the sa
liva and relieve the patient from
all present or future danger.
THE m:ST BUEED OF SHEEP.
In answer to the query, which was
the most profitable breed, a speak
er said that, considering the varied
conditions presented in our climat
ology, botany and agriculture, no
other breed possessed so many
requisite conditions as the Ameri
can Merino, it being fitted to occu
py a very wide range of the de
sired points in any breed, and com
ing nearer to universal adaptation
than any ether. The Saxou sheep
may have a line fibre, the Silesian
and French a larger frame and
greater length ot wool, but for
compactness of form, sound con
stitution, strength of fibre, and
quantity of wool suited to a varie
ty of uses, our improved Merino is
unapproachable. In some parts
breeds are more profitable and
popular. The Cotswoids appeared
to be preferred some for their
mutton-producing qualities. The
Southdowns are preferred by three
fourths of the breeders for their
early 'production of lambs. The
Leicesters "fire to highly bred.
The .Lincoln as modified by the
breed of last year, is a magnificent,
animal, producing a lustrous comb
ing wool of great length. It is
greatly to be desired that the el
forts of honest and reliable breed
ers ot really fine animals should re
ceive encouragement. Co!nuin''s
WHAT SLEEP WILL CUKE.
The cry for rest has ahvaybeen
louder than the cry for iood. Xot
that'it is more important, but it is
often harder to get. The best rest
comes from, sound sleep. Of two
men or women, otherwise equal,
the one who sleeps the best will be
the most moral, healthy and effi
cient. Sleep will do much to cure irri
tability of temper, peevishness, un
easiness. It will cure insanity. It
will build up and make strong a
weary body. It will do much to
cure dyspepsia, particularly that
variety known as nervous dyspep
sia, it will relieve the languor and
prostration felt by consumptives.
It will cure hypocondria. It will
cure headache. It will cure neu
ralgia. It will cure a broken spir
it. It will cure sorrow.
Indeed we might make a long
list of nervous maladies that it will
The cure of sleeplessness, how
ever, is not so easy, particularly in
those who carry grave responsibil
ities. The habit of sleeping well
is one which, if broken up for any
length of time, it is not easily re
gained. Often a severe illness
treated by powerful drugs, so de
ranges the nervous system that
sleep is nevr sweet after. Or per
haps long continued watchfulness
produces the same effect; or hard
study, or too much exercise of the
muscular system, or tea and whisky
drinking, and tobacco using. To
break up the habit, are required :
1. A good clean bed.
2. Sufficient exercise to produce
weariness, and pleasant occupation.
2. Good pure air and not to warm
4. Freedom from to nwie'i care.
a. A clear stomach.
G. A clear conscience.
7. Avoidance of stimulents or
Til E UNWEARIED ACTION OF THE
The effect of everything that
touches the heart is multiplied bv
the intensity of the heart's own
Hence it is that it is so
jeiiuive, so true aim uick an m
I ilex of the body's state. Hence.
also, it is that it never wearies.
Let me remind you of the work
done by our hearts in a day. A
man's tot.nl outward wos k, his
whole effect upon the world in
a day. A man's total ontuvn-.l
woru. us w ui
fleet mum the
worm in twentv-foui'
Oeen reckoned about
ii'.ai may ik taUeu as a good "hard
iayV work." Daring the same
tiaie the heart has been working at
the ra'e of 120 foot-tons. That is
to say, if :dl the p:i!es f a day and
night could be concentrated and
welded into one great throb, that
t in b would be eno igh to throw a
tii ot iron 120 feet into the air.
Anl yet the heart is n,.v..!-
Mauv of as are tired atter but'fee-
a.i.s ; ,ew ot us can hold a
l-oer out at arm's length without,
a.ter a tev minutes drop. ,i,r it
l'"t a tu-akhy iK.artf and inatu- ml
'm.ou.,.1 h.art, too-tliou-h sonm
tunes you can tell in the eveuin
by its strode, that it lias
thrown ot its balance by the tur
moils and worries of life-i
beating through the night whe
we are asleep, and whetY we wake
m the mornmg, xVe fmd it at vorl
fresh as if it had only jllst h
lie. ii. it uoes in
JI'P:1IK Iir I
i.i r- . lO " ' 11 i
v..v ..-w. mere toij,
a period a brief but a real
of rest ; because the next stnike
"UIU1 is out the natural so
quence of that rest, and maile'to
match it ; because, in fact, each
beat is, in force, in scope, in char
acter, in everything, the simple ex
pression of the heart's own energy
and state. Apphtoris Journal.
The popular superstition that
overturning the salt is unlucky,
originated in a picture of the Last
Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci, in
which Judas Iscariot is represented
as overturning the salt.
Very Xkar. -An impudent
youngster came very near getting
his ears boxed the other night at a
wedding party for wishing the
bride many "happy returns of the
Qkeuun City. Okkuon
rpiIIS POPULAR HOUSE HAVING Reen
X lately KE FITTED and FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t aoecommo
dute ibeir customers with RD-FIN LSI1ED
double or single ro-.ms. Thcv invite ail thoss
fond of a UOOD MEAL and a (JOOD RED.
I to call and give them a trial, for they are
confident they car ptease everybody, because
they know how to keep a 11 del.
Prices to suit the times and Everybody,
according to the rooms f. ecupied.
Attached to the House is a
X? &J3 j
For the accommodation of csutomers.
ME Li HI AM A FOURMI.R,
June lfi. i S 7 1 : 1 1" Proprietors.
Carriage 8V5 a r.u factory !
The undersigned, having i i-reased the di
mensions of his prem ses.'at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as mauv new ones as may be
p'eased to call, that ho- is now prepared, with
ample ro 'in. yond materials, and the very
b "-t of ineehaiii'-s, to build anew, recon
s rucf, make, paint, iron and turn out a!l
c implete an y sol t of a vehiele 'rom a com
mon c u t to a concord disci.. Try nie.
Riaeksmitiiinjr, Horse or Ox s!iocinir, and
general jobbing ueatlv, qutcklv r.nd cheap
ly done.' DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Ey3, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
J0H?I 3. riLIIirJGTON, m. d.,
ATE OF SAX F!!AXCI.SC0, HAS LO
J eafcd in Pol l hi rid. Oi i ijcon . Oiiiec : In
Holmes' RuihPiij?, First street (tore.- tiors
fr -m L.il 1 & Till mi's liuik). whe-re he may
be coiiMilied daily, and will treat diseases
of the above named organs as specialty's.
All operations iijinn l he Eve and E.u per
formed in the most scientific and careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beauty
and mohility of the tint ual ey, inserted.
Refers by pennis.-'uui, for his professional
standing, to E. ('. Eane, M. 1)., I'rofe-S'-r o
Sm-gjry, and Edwin Heniley, M. D., Profes
sor of Anatomy, University of the Pacific
San Francisco; and tor his success in '.In
treatment of cases, to over l,."no e:tsts tieat-
1 hy him, in San Francises ; also, to Levi
Est 'S, Esq., Rev. T. Ii. Eliot. Portland ; 'm
H. Dillon, Est,., Vancouvci, V. T. ; am
ma :y others Oregon and Wa.-hinton Ter
ri;orv. ttii :.":niij
O a -4 i --d fc it it i
C. A. HAAS,
rest, Oregon City.
Jl,,t niLLl.lRD TAr.T.ES in OA'AT;OAT
Have lieen introdiieed, an 1 the Troprietor in
vae.s tl.e attention f the luvcrs of this
popular amusement to them.
T II E 11 A It 1 S S UPPl.IED
With all the ehoieest qualities of Liquors ;m,l
Hilars. Seotdi, Irisli asid l!ourbon ah'eaili
famous Whi.-kies ami I'uncli.
ALSO, a no. 1
Is ci'itnei-teu with tlie Saloen.
Oree i City, Jan. 1, ls72:if
HM5 f lAPq C-
FOR HIE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLOS AND EGORS
A XI) MOULDIXCS OF ALL SIZES.
f.ir They will also do TURNING, of v ry
c-c, iiitimi to ot i'.er,
With I7eatncss and Dispatcl
ALL WOIMv Vv'AKHAXTi:i).
Shop on tlie IKver, h.e'k of Ac'kerriii'.n's
Sr-.r.-, Oregon City, Oregon.
Cotistiintly on hand
PARLOR, BLDRUOM, OFFICE,
ROOM FCUXITURi:, BUREAUS,
Lounges. Roekiucr Chairs, Whatnots, I'ed
t tends, &c-
Sdes Roo si l i Dr. Tliesing's Prick, Main
i Jacob ."Stitzki.. J vmks C. Urrox
S T I T Z E L a UPT0 PJ,
Real Estate Jirokers and General
A?evfs, Canter of Front and
Wash initoiL streets,
PO II I" L AX I), O R FA : O X .
Will atten.l fo the sale and pnrchnst
ot Real E late in nil parts of th Cit- at:c
sf ue. Sp-ei-i! attention given to the sale o!
East P-.rCa ;d pr q-ertv.
Address P. 0. Rox Portland. Oregon
ST1TZEL V lPTOX, '
Ot f. k'e il Estate Broker.
A. G. WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Bock Bindery.
Comer of Front uol Aider .Street,
UhAMv ROOKS RULED and POUXI) to
; dnv esire;i pattern.
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the countrv promptly at
tended to, - i
" CODETSSI OF
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
S.AOICERFAn a CO.
TTAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
J.X fctoek of
SFROG & SUMMEE GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper t!isi tlse CSseapcsl.
We wonhl sjv, come mi l convince your
self before nw ; hasiu- tUcwhcre. Our stock
consists in oart of
FAXCV AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NOTION'S, G UOCEIUES,
and a rreat many articles too num-rous to
AL-O, Doors, Windows, G!a-s and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IX
EXCHANGE FOR GOOIS.
ALSO. V.'OOI wanted, for which we pay
the iHGllEST PRICE.
S. ACIIEEItTAH St CO.
Oregon City, Aj-ril -li, l.s71:tf
The A in of Mineral Sittings is the Gcr
man Stl .-I ; a d
Tiinaiit's Eriiviiitiit St-ltzfr
Is i's di!.!icate. Letters atteslinji its won-del-;
ni Tonic A; er;ent ui:d at.tt Uiliou
((ua it it s swarm in li ' in everv source. The
ijii .-ti n ha- l.i en settled hfh r aitiiieial
medient ed wa'e-i s m.iy not b- et;'.nil to tho.-e
whieli hnrst .-;;:! !s!m : from tin- eurt!i it.-sidi .
Tiiev cm ; a:-t lii-i.nine. proves tlie fct.
He culi'-ns Ace-jit none other.
so;.d by all i.huci; is r.--.
LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
M MX STi;i:::r. o;:;;f;ox ciTV, O5JE00X.
ryiK UNDERSIGN I I) III;- n
L :eeifuilv .iniuim.ci" to his o ( o J
fi tends and tl.e t.nvc-'in.j public,
that l e has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows bow to serve bis
csnloniers s'x Uvsteis, ! ie's Feet, a ood
cap ot Cotk-e or a SQUAKK JiEAL.
Oregon Cib, Jai. 17, l-7!:tf
P C t y
0. T.OFT TI1F 1ST OrAl'IUt., m-a-c.
ii. Oroiron Citx-, a 1 .:i v t In .ro.v.ds-bred ,-9
American MAKE, eielit yenr-old. about prv $
! I hands hiy h. ; small white stripe on CiJ.
the near tore fioi,.!id tl.e h'ot black i.nd white,
no 1 ran-is or e her in iv'.s. Any one' ivt uruinir
said mare v lea vm;r iut'orr.iat ion of when-she
may be found, at the 7"sto.;ilee, ii Oregon t i: y,
x ill be liberally rewarded.
s viicKL PArr-pr.x.
Oregon City, July 11,1571.
JOHN II. SCH RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Ag SADDLES, II A US' ESS.
Mjiii iS((f, Origan t il;!,
ft"S-Vi.-.hes to represent tlmt lie is now as
well prepared to f'ei nili any article in IiU line
as the largest esbil.li-l.ment in the State He
particiihnly reu.-t- that an examination ol
his stuck be made !cbre buvinff el.-ewlere.
BR E W E S Y !
Havieor ptirelmsed the above Brewerv wish
e toinrorm tin- p-i!eie that he is now prenar
e,l to mji.ui'.cturi- a Xo. 1 quality of
LA (1 Eli BEE!!,
As arood ns can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Order solicited a i.d prompt I v tilled.
HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE
nPIlE l'. DKIvSK.X I'D OFFI'IiS FOR
X sale lit, roi'encein Oregon fit v. There
are four lots, a lo-k! hou,e and barn, with a
line cellar and a e0o,l well f water. There
is plenty of land, and it is a t 11 adapted for
ei'rly gardening purposes. Fart payiner.t
maybe mad.e iu stock. For part lenlars p.p
Ply 'o OKOKfJK GLAIIK.
Ore on City Jnna 2 1-71'tf
iteA i ulri i eh iyiilui
liegeman's CeiilialElixirof Calisaya
Uark, a ple isant Cordial which s'ren' lun
and improves the Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers, Fever and A srne, Ac,
and a ;rreat Tveno -tor. and Tonio tor inva
1 ds and d. bil t.ited p rsot.s. Hecemak A
t'o , Xew Vork, Sole ilanuf'acturers. Hold
by all Drugui.-Js.
VVOII) QUACKS A victim of eul.v in
discretion; causing nervous debilitv,
premature decay. Ac , h iving tried in vain
every advertised remedy. ' as a simple means
of self-cure, wliin, l0 w;ll send fiee to Ms
follow-sufferers. Address J, U, JiEEYES,
7S N'assau st., Xew VorK
XOTATtY PURLTO, FXTERFlUSE OFF
Oregoa City, Jan I3:tt
BANCROFT LIBRARY, f
C. W. POPE CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON.BRA
lEIis" GOPPEP. LKAD PIPE, Hi N
PIPE AND FiTllXGS, RUHR E
HOSE. FOIICE AND LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general cssoi tment of Hons
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND.) ORBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE i O
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at TOPIC'S S'l'OVK STOIIK yon
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE. LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NH.HT LAMPS. AL0
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. W. POPE & CO.
ll:ljd Oreyni City Orcein.
School LancS Notice.
TJOTICK IS Itr.RKBY CIVLN THAT LIST
No. 1, of Indemnity School liMids was aj)
proved by tlie Secretary" of the Interior, lJuvui
U r 2ist,"lS71, and hy him forwarded to the Kx
ccntive Ottieeof Oregon, and is now on tile there
in. Said lit iiu lud U,S'.t3 acres ot land, em
braced in the Town.-liijis following, tvit :
Townshii) 1, N. It., -2 east;
Townshij) 1, N. 11.. 4 west;
Townshin '2, X. I!., 1 west ;
Township 1, S. !., 1 and 1 east;
Township 1, S. It., ; ami i west ;
'l'ownship 2, S. It., 1 and 4 east;
Township '2, S. V.., 1, 3, and 1 west ;
Township ;$, S. It., J and ." v-est ;
'J'ownshiii 4, S. K., 3 east ;
Town-hip 1, S. It., 1, '!, 4 and ' west ;
Township j, S. 11. , 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and fi west ;
Tow nship ti, S. 1!., 1 east ;
Township (i, S. P., 1, 5, 3, 4, 5 and 7 west ;
Township 7, S. K., 1, 2, 3, 4 and west ;
Towiislni) X, S. l;., 1, 2, ;!, 1, and 3 west;
Township !), S. It., 1 east;
Township 0, S. It., 1, 2, A, and 4 west;
Township to, S. K., 1, 2, 3, ." and li west;
Town-hip 11, S. li., 1, 2,3, " and o west ;
Township 12, S. K., 2, 3, 4 and a west ;
Township 13, S. I.'., 1, 2, 3, 4 and f west.
All persons ehiinuiiu' School Lands in said
Townships, are lvi'iestvl to eouie before the
Ho ml of' Si hool Land. 'onunissioners aiel eom
jile e their payments and receive their deeds.
Claimants ha vini; made no puynents, are notified
hat the Hoard is ready to leeeive payments and
notes, and to issue their bonds fordi-eds.
T. H. ( ANN.
Chrk of the Hoaid.
Fi-h. 2. !S72:w4
FALL AMD WiHTEB Ql
just ii:.ci:ivkd at
liOOTS AND SHOES,
1 1 A 1 U AV A i n , G R 0 C E U I E -.
CKOCKEUY, NOTIONS, iC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
VllOl U( E i-v all kinds bonzht. for whkii I
pay tlie hi-I-est inaiket jiiiee.
U roil desire trood Goods, at LOW Priees.
call at, I. SELLING'S, au examine Lis fresh
sUk of SpiMig Goods.
GIVE ME A GALE AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
t ,. ? f' n " fN
U i - " i.-. hi ' l.-J ii l--' m El 3
L L m -1 ? - w u U t- ii ss Cju7 y
COnxr.K M.XIX AXO SK-I.fll strekts.
OIIEG-ON CITY", OH3G
0 fftxr o C f-tS 1f PirP j at. his 1 i:st it ntc kr! cure of cSiroiw- dii
. t fi "Ctl:tO GO ytiJwEliiitC j eases of the Lun-s. Liver, Kidneys, F-i-es,
; live ami (scnito-L rinary iiraiis, and ai
CI-0 K :RY and GLASSWAE )-vii,y7.: Svoi.iEs in all its f.rn s
and stajr s, Serninsil V.'eakrse-s and a!! the
Also, a full Cvsortment of i !,,,,!1'5d -on-eqnetices of seif-abn-e. Oe.notr-
j ioea, ;1 et, SJrictur. s, Necti.rnal and Dsur
I Urfl i'.niissioTis, Sexual Hebihtv, Diseases of
Miiiiiien mm ianey tiooiis;
OF THE L '. TEST ST EES,
,3 ! A T R P P" S V P R. i
A KX IX KXCIIAXCE FOU (JOODS.
0 t. (, l7ktf j
OREGOX CITY, OREGOX,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM C A S S I M E R E S, FLA XX ELS,
TWEED 3 AXD BLANKETS,
VIiich I will sell at the Factory Frkea, and
will take wool ia exchange.
Z1';1"! will also pay the hijrhest prices for
lutter, EprijSj and all kinds of pood countrv
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o- its equivalent'in yood
S Give mc a call and satisfy yourselves
OVER OXF. iltrSDRKO PAGF.t,
Piinfed in Two Colors, On saperb Tinted
Patkr. Pour Iluitdrc-cl Knravlngs
of KloM't-n, i'liiiits antl Vt-getubles,
With desenpti in, and
TWO COLORED PLATES-
Directions and pl ins f.,r making Walks
Lawns. Hardens &e. The handsomest and
best l-liUH AI W.IDR
in she World. All
for XB CEXl'S, to those who think of
buving Seeds. X ot a .pirter the cost. 2o.-?.,
sold of lb,-1. 1 J J
Hoelicster. IV. Y.
The Great Itlcdicai IJlssovery
Dr. WALKER'S C- IiirOHIIIA
fa Hundreds cf Thousand
Ll o c -
Bear testimony to their V ond-jr-iul
CurasI'1. e L:;ccts.
sCsWKAT ARE THEV ?f
TUKY ARE NOT A VILE
""is FANG V DRINK,??;?
Mate of r::;r !::?-. Whli-Ma:: Vrwt
SyiritM ::::! licrus I Sa: n r . d-x t r cd, n iced
ar.-I sweetened t- .c-n t::e t.:st. cailod " To...
!cs.'"Ar.stierl, " Ui-storers," AC that lead
the ttppler on t dranhci-.neSAaad n:i:i. Vat arc
a tra-j Medicine, i"..d. fn-.n the Xutlra Hoot,! !n
Ilerhsof C.ilifurnia, (": e;- tV:. ai! A Si oli '!
StiusnSasitR. Tacvare i:-.e;:: T.AT i$1.00l
win I'ir.ii md i.'.r:: vin;; l'iUN-
Cl Vl.H r. V-r: ! t neaov.it- r a..d Invicratv-r ul
lav f..v.;tn.ar:-yi.--:-f oiTa-.: i-i.rsoiio-.s matter and
restoitn;; the l.i-.-. d t.. r. h.-allhy cotutith.n.
person can tal:c these I'i lers r.ec"i'uiay to direc
tion and rj'.nainlor.- unw. 11.
irr 1.n:!n:si:s:::try n :! 'i?ria S:!:e.;
jn:i!iM:ii sir.d ioii3, It. s;'-e;-- ' Id.
rcstiou, i?;:ta, K j-ini: lent n u-.I lU;'V
rii'lc nt Fevs rr , Ii-4-:o: .ft!;s nio;d.
Liver, Ki-lm-vs an;! ril.tdiK-r, thc lUt-let-s
liava hee.i nn- t f.-.-e. is-fuh Waeh J-ou-.es
fire caused liy Vaintv.I BS -h
ss generally pro.VaceJ Ly d.-ra:'.i.:cai-.-nt of the
I: trei-s ; v e i-tr:t!is.
IY.Sir.:.w.lA IZ IN2UiK;T:N.
Headache. 1'aia i.s th-: f l:o:ihie.-s, Co;tcln. Ti.-ht-ness
of the Oio,--t, Dh'.zi.iess. Sov.r nrns:a:!o...-.
her-l.mir.e!i.r.a.lt.-:si - i tlia -Mottili IMioa.i At-
taclia. l,a:p:ti;tu.a oi i.e-n .-.i,
the J.nr.js.Pa'm ia the r.-'io.is
a hundred other pa'.utnl i-J".:-tv!
springs of Dyspepsia.
Tle'v iavisorati the St-mia -h a id sr;-v;hi'T the
torpid liver and bow,, which render them .-f ir.i
cqa'allod effleary ia cdcaas:n.; t:.e hes-d of ai".
Imparities, and imparting '.vjv life aai v:mri
tee whole syFte-.n.
VOH S!v I N UISr.AfE5, r.rr.ptlor.s.Tetter.
Fait i:iieu:n,rlol'.-hcs. f-inA , 'ia:; les, l'nstuh'S.
Ho's Carhnneles, i:hu;-Wo:-is, Fcal-'.-lUv. 1, M- ro
Kyes'rrysip.-'.at-, 1 teh. :3cnrf. Tlij do; .;th.e.s ef
tho Ski.i, Humors and I)isva?c cfth i tfktn, of
whatever na-ne or nature, arc literally das tip
and carded oat of f.i: t ysteni :: a c-h--r tinio hy
the vise of these B.tters. Vv.c bottle i !-h
cases will convince tiiu ir.oi.-t iaercaalotn- ox t'e.- ;r
carat ive effect?.
Cleaaso the Vit'atc 1 Blood whenever yon ft ad
in i en-irilies hurstimr tliren -h the sMn i i I'i:n-
ples, Eruptions or bores; cleans.: it v.h. n yen
find it obstructed and tl-as.sh ;!:G vt:n?!
cleanse it when it Is foul, aad your fooling
tell yon whoa. Keep the l.doo.d pure and the
health of the pvstei.i will follow.
FIN, TA rr.53.1 other V.'Osi:"-, lurhin-in
t'iO system of so many thousand, are cdfectnally
destroyed and removed. For fall directions, read
carefully tlie circular around each bottle.
J.VTAl.XEn, Ihven h tr. K. H. MrTON.VI.i &
CO., Pih-'uh-ts :n.lC.-.-a. .V.nf,s. San. Francisco,
Cal,' and Gi and Si C ;,.:ne: c j street, Nev. Vork.
oi.r r-v all imraoirfTS ai dealki.
Feb. 17: iv
titticlt tuifs anf.o. e ate Clmrjrj.
Or, W- EC-bohe fs
Pi-5vate Jli'iiJca iV; Surgical Institute
No. 518 Cacratnento Street, comer of
Lcidcscrlfi '' tloors below
the What Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on Leidesdoi tt' street.)
i Lstaoiished i ,xp:ess! V to A nurd the A 111 icTett
So :nd and Seieiiti ik: !!.e Jleal Aid, in the
Treatment and (hire f t' all Private and
Chronic Pi -eases, Cases of Seciec" aud all
To li- AHUctcct.
PT5. V. K. IXJIIERTY returns Ids sir.cc-re
thanks t; hi.s nvnerons patients for tlieir
patronaje. find would take this opportunity
to reuiind ihem that lie continues to consul
!!r,v;iek !i,i,!,-,;oi,!?' vf ,,,e
hi. older ami Kidneys, etc. ; end he hopes
toat ins lonix exp rieiice and sncccs.-tul piac-tie-e
wii! continue to ii sure l.ini a share of
public pai retia-e. Pv the piaetice of many
yea-s ,n Europe and the United iMates. he is.
j enab'fd to s -ily ti e most e'liecnt and sr.-.-
i cesstul reined i es against Utst-asesof all kinds
! He uses no mercury, c' nrjres model ate. treats
i his patients in a eorrei t and honorable wav,
and lias references of ur..ertionable vcraci-
tv from men of known respectability and
hiirh stamline; in soc ety. All parties coti
su!tinr him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive tlie best and yer.tle.st treat me, :t atd
When a female is in trouble, or nftJu-ted
with disense, tis weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sicrht.
i loss of muscular power, paipitubon cf Ihe
Heart , in it abi ity, m rvensncss, extreme ut
vinaiy dillicult ics, dei aucnii tit of dieo-tive
functions, ijencral debility . vag;nii''s, all dis
eases of the womb. h.vsSeiia, sfeiility and all
other diseases peculiar to females. sin-should
Co or wrie at once to the cclebi sited female
doctor, W. K. 1)011 f I!TV. at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her ii(i?b!cs
nntl .li-'r!... T)e lliT-lf.r i I ftee 1 ! Tl ir looTC
ernes than any other phvsician in ti e t-'Uife
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent J
yon, but apply immediately and sa e ( 1:1 self
from painful snfleiinps and p.icmature dr nth.
All niairred ladies, whose delicate health or
cither circumstances prevent an incteasein
tlieir families honhl write or call at 1)U. Yy.
K. DOIIEin Y'S Medical Iusti'nte, ar.d they
will receive every possible relief and help.
The Doctor's oliices are so arranged tliat lie
can be consulted without fear Df observation.
To C'owospoiJtleiit s,
Patients residing in any j ait of theFtate
however distant, who ma v desire the opinion
and adviceof Dlt.DOIlEltTY in their respec
tive cases, and who think proper to submit s
written statement of smb. in pr ferenee to
holdinp; a i('i'-' i':il interview, are respectful
ly assuied that their communicaCons will be
liehl sacred and confidential. If the case bt
fully and candidly desciibed, personal com
munication will ie unnecessary, as instruc
tions for diet, reirimen and the general treat
ment of tue ca-e itself (includinpr tlie leme
dies), will bo forwarded without delay, and
in such a m inner as to convey no idea of the
purpoi t of the leffer fir parcel.
tfTirO'-nsultation by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed ornopay.
fijariiusfoij lift a.
DR. DOHEUTY has just published an 1
t pnrtant pamphlet, emhudyine his own views
1 and experiences in relation to Impotence or
! Virility ; bring a Short Treaties on Krcrn,a.
torrnct-a or Seminal u eakness, Nervous and
Physical Debility consequent on thi- arlec
Fon. and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to aM, whether married orinle
and will he sent FREE by mail on receipt" of
six cents in postage stamps for refmr. .,o
W, K. DOHERTY.M. D.,
San Francisco Cal 1
Blanks-. All kinds of blank? can be
had at this office Job Printing of every
description neatly executed, at short
1 N lfi
V.z" I i::. -;f- c'.?
ay -1 1..
Ayer's Cathartic Pills, f
For the relief and
i- .ii ., . .
cure oi an derange
ments in tlie stom
ach, liver, and bow
els. rJ hey are si mild
aperient, and an
UeinK I'tiiely vc-yc-talde,
no mercury or mine
ral whatever. Much
sierions sickness and
snfi'eringr is prevent-.
ftl bv their titnelv
use; and evcrv fan:i!v should have tlieni on hand
for their proteeti .n and relief, wlien rcaiurcd.
Lonjr exiierien -e has proved them to be the sat-,
est, surest, and best of all the Mis with winch
the market abounds. 11 their occasional use,
tlie blood is v.untied, the cerrv.pticns ol tlie sys
tem exocdied", obstructions removed, ana tno
whole ma diinerv of life restored to its liealtny
aetivify Internal organs which become clog-pea'
and 'luikrish are c.'unsed bv A ?-i-'s Mis, and
sti'iui' ited 'nto r.etioa. Thus incipient disease
i rh-u.r,i i-uo health, t!:e value of which change, ,
wleni reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy
it, rm hardiv be computed. Their sujrar contins
m ikes tiieai ;de;isant to take, and preserves their-virUtf-s
v.nimpaiwd for any length of time, so,
ti,.,, t'H-v a-e ever fre.-h, and pei leetly reliable..
ithou--ii seareidii-', thev are r.uhl. and operate,
without distnrbanee to the fon.AitutioJi, crdiet, or
oeeimation. . .. .
Fall directions are jriven on tno wrapper t?
each box, how to tt-e iheni ::s a Family Physic
ami for the following coniplaints, which thescr
'I'itr.t rapidly cure:
For SSriii'iii- or ffi:-p-f tf n. C.tt.
ta-i-i. gAinnuor and S.cii if i jifis'iif.". they
should be. taken moderatr ly to stimulate the ttom--:c!i,
and restore its heaUhy tone and action.
For JLiYS'v iVsjrsJiSiJsl and its various symp--toms,
SHso Br.o";!iSffc-, &icU Slt-uil-.
i-5. -Tv :isjt.:' or t.iri'-f'ci aicktii'ss. Efil-.
im C'.jiij- a:! Ii 3 ".3.- o !"- ihi'V a hull Id I
lie iu;'ii.'i.--!-iv taken h;- ea-li ca.-e, to correct tho.
(iV.'.i-cd action u.-rt'iii'-vi' the obstructions vhich
For Td5Ti:st5-y or e'ivrrSsefM, but one
in: id ii.-e'is jr::,erally iv.i'i:vd.
For ."i e m 'l-". . 4iMi'. f-' ! v t" 1 .
s-i-tiit'iJJ 'f S? i'art. Tallin in ttm
2.;3irli Mid 5.;5k. tiiev should be contin-iion-iv
taken, as reii;i. cd, lo eh.-Mijre the diseased
action of t i" sy-t.-m. ' i.'i such change those
For tt r jy .-.nd S5t-.-i vl KtvoI!inpif
tlun- sh.mhl be 'taken in kir-ve ami frt.-tp".enl doses
t!i produce .-il'.-et oi' a tira-di p'ie-e.
For Sivrir:1!!- .j'j. a larae lo-? sk.onld be
taken, a.- ii proda.:c ; the -ksired efl'e -t.by sym
path.v. , As' Din ?; i iko one or two I' ills to
pro .no-.e .ie;e
! a" . ;e::eve i:ie f-ioaiaeii.
Ah o ea--o i;:i n
bowel re-! ore- th-'
,,-w...io it mi-., it i
he s ; oi-.i.i-h ami
and invito, ates the
d van! iiifeons where
no serine. s lie.-an re'ee .it exi-t-. J "lio ii-eis
toh'i-ibiv v e". si i-i.d- i'r-.t a do e of the?e
nit or.i e- U;,-, .-. ! .i -eide Hv from their,
elean-io" a:. d iov.uk:- err -a c.i the dujcstivo,
J5r. J. C..i7J:
x.'J '' z:
:, - ,
II A III
V.x-yrw ye:iv iu-rc:is-.s the- viin lty
f tlils valuable Hair I'l ep.'t: ;'rkA
w 3 J t imc to merit ft!.: die. We can
assure o:r- oM patrons tluit it is kejt
fully uii to i.'s l.iiib ttaiidarcl; and it
H is the only rc.iabk;- and erfectfd 'rep
aration for restoring Okay ok i'ADED,
ISajii to itr. voiit h f'u! color, maldiio; it
soft, iu urous, and Mlken. The calp,
, bv its u--e, liecoiiio. white and clean.
It remove- : eruptions and d.-uidrull
rand, by its tonic troperlie re vents
the hair irom luliinpf out, as it stimu
lates and nourishes tlie Iiair-glands.
I-Jy its use, the hair grovrs thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restores tlie
caj)ii!:iry elands to their normal vjror
and will create a new jxrowth, except
in extreme old ap,e. It is the most
economical IIaiii Duessixg ever used,
as it requires fewer .applications, and
gives tho hair a splendid, glossy ap
pearance. A. A. J la ves, aI.D., .State.
Assaver f 3ra:?.sae-hnsetts, stivs, u The
constituents are pure, and carefully
selected ibr excellent quality; and I
consider it the Best Ikepakation
for its intended purposes."
Sah.1 by all Drvftflitx, and Dealers in ZTedlcines.
Price Ono Dollar.
IS G 11 TXX3 "vII I S lilli n s .
js our IJeitewcr in many cases re
quires too'lono- a time, snd too much.
c:::o. to restre gray or faded WitlvjL
crs, wc have prep a red. this dye, in one
pr p.tr'ttioii; which will quickly ami
c'lce'ually acconip'ish this result. It
is easily ;q';ilied, and produces a color,
whir-h will neither rub nor wash otb
.Sold by Druggists, rrico Fifty-
f3.Ruf!ctufcd bv R. P. MALL & CO.,
li'zr ynnuK of ax' execttiox axi.
01-eer of sale, issued out of the t ireuit t'.uirt
of th" State of Oregon, for the eoun'y of tlacka
mas, dated the lath day of January, IS 72, ami t
me directed j tirsuant to a decree in f ivor f Wu ,
Harlow, plaintiff, and against John Ayses, d
leudai.t, for the sum of one hundred and thirl . -sevca
3a-lt0 dollars, $137 30, U. H. wld coin, ai'.d
nineteen .0-100 doliai-s, S'l'.J 70, eostsi'aa.l -ili-lmr
merits, by virtue of a decree of foreclosure t,f
mortjjag-e on real estate, I have this HI ilv o
January, 1872, levied 011 the tbliowii dcseriW
parcel of land.specilied in said decree and order.!
sale, asfbiiows, to-wit : Tliat tract of land knovm
au l deseiiheil 0:1 the plats of the I'nited States
surveys as the north halt of the north east quar
ter of Section lii.ht, in Township three, "south
ltaiiLre, one West of the WiUainette meridian,
eontainii: (iubiy aeits, SO, witii all the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenance thereof-ljei.uig-in?
or ia anywise u pertaining us the
jiroperiye.f the s.iiil .!.!m A res, defendant, and
on Saturday, tlw -d 'U'X of March, 1872, at tlie
hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of r aid day, in front of the
Court House door, in t Ueuon l ily, in s :j(i s.umty,
1 will pi'.'".-"l to sell the samo to the hiuiiKt bid
der, lor I'. S. Cold com. to satisfy said ext. eutij:
to-'.s and !iecri:it-,' co !s.
iSi:-t;u of i 'lackaiuas eountv.
Dat e.U an. 2'.5tli. iH72:wt
Agents Wanted for
SATAN JM SOCIETY;
!Y AX EMINENT PIlVSlCfAX ANl-i
J Pivles.-orin one of our larcrc Medica --
t'olleirts. It deals fearlessly, but ehasfelv'
with evils from which sprite; Jihybica! aiie.";
mo'al detrrid.ition, and dorrestic feiicifv.
It is bein. reviewed praised nnd ci itKise'ii,"
by ail the lea-ling religious u6 secoiyr pa
pers and magazines iu the U. S., and I the ver '
diet of the iiKST and most discriminating is
Vt it is a t':i.utrlabe Rooh ; . that it is time
. ; that it is undid; that it will moke its',
irtttil:, and do ruoii .
It is of vital impart a tire to everv man and
woman ui the land, and is having" a wonder
ful sale. &
Agents will find this a rare onnm -limit v
to make money. Circulars, giving full par
ticulars, with numerous notices of the press.
.... ;. 1 '.
A L. BiUJCTOFT & CO-,
SAX FRANCISCO, CAL.
JMPERIAL M ILLS'.
Savier, LaFoqne & Co.,
Keep constantly on hand fot sale
Midlintrs, Bran and Chicken t-Vr-d. Parties
purchasing feed mu3t furnish the sacks.
yOHX MYERS, ESQ., IS MY DULY AU-
thorized A eent in Oregon Cit v, and also
Asrent lor the Estate o Daniel liarrey de-
ceased. MUS. E. UAKYEY.
October 1, lS71.m3