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MARCH 1, 1872.
' j0.oquence of the Heart-
Cromwell wus one day engaged
in a warm argument with a lady
on the subject of oratory, in which
she maintained that eloquence could
only he acquired by those who
made it their study from early
youth, and their practice after
wards. The Lord protector, on
the contrary,maintained that there
was an eloquence which sprang
from the heart; since when that
was deeply interested in the attain
ment of any object, it never failed
to supply a fluency and richness of
expression which would, in the
0 comparison, render void the stud
ied speeches ot the most celebrated
orators. It happened some days
afterwards, this lady was thrown
into a state bordering on to dist rac
Otion, by the arrest and imprison
ment of her husband, who was
conducted to the Tower as a trait
or to the Government. The agon
ized wife Hew to the Lord Protect
or, rushed through his guards,
threw herself at his feet, and, with
the most pathetic eloquence plead
ed for the life of her innocent and
His highness maintained a severe
brow, tilTthc petitioner, overpow
ered by the excess of her feelings,
and the energy with which she had
expressed them, paused ; then his
stern countenance relaxed into a
smile, and extending to her an or
der for the immediate liberation of
her husband, said :
"I think all who have witnessed
this scene will vote on ni y side of
the question, in a dispute between
us the other day, that the eloquence
of the heart far above that
mechanically acquired by study."
Ar.riiAUKT of Shout Hulks.
Attend well to your business.
e punctual in your payments.
Consider well before you prom
ise. Dare to do right.
Lnvy no man.
Faithfully ononn your duty,
o Go not in the path of vice. !
Have respect for your character.
Lie not, for any consideration.
jNlako few acquaintances.
Never profess what you do not
Occupy your time in usefulness.
Postpone nothing that you can
Quarrel not with your neigbor.
Lecompense every man for his
Save something against a dav of
Treat everybody with kindness.
Use thyself to moderation.
Villi fy no person's reputation.
Watchfully guard against idle
ness. Kxamine your conduct daily.
Yield to superior judgment.
G Zealously pursue the right path.
O Gail Hamilton' ox a 31 ax in
Love. Gail Hamilton is not al
ways sensible, or even as truthful
as site should be, when she talks
about men, matrimony and woman
sulfrage; but she did say this truth
ful ami beautiful thing:
"There is no slavery so abject
as the slavery of a man to the wo
man he loves. Abject, because it
goes behind his will and possesses
the whole man. And the more he
is, the more strong and bright and
free, the more thorough is his cn-
thrallment. Woe to such an one if
he fall into the hands of a weak, a
frivolous, or an unworthy owner.
Joy to him if his proprietor be a
large natured woman; for then his
completest thrall is most exalted
and divine freedom. '
The Taylor Jug. Dr. Tying
met an emigrant family going
West. On one of the wagons there
hung a jug with the bottom knock
ed out. "What is that?" asked
the Doctor. "Why that is my Tay
lor jug?" said the man. "Aml what
is a Taylor jug?" asked the Doctor
again : "I had a son in General
Taylor's army in Mexico, and the
Geneal always told him to carrv
his whiskey jug with a hole in the
bottom, and that's it. It is the
best invention I ever met for hard
DefeaTki. The bill lately in
troduced in the California Legisla
ture to exempt editors, printers and
reporters from jury duty was de
feated. This we consider conclu
sive evidence that the members of
the California menagerie are a verv
narrow-minded set. In Nevada,
the newspaper faternity have been
exempted by law from Jury duty
ever since we had a State Govern
ment. Uurelai (Xev.) Sentinel
The Divorce Makket. An In
dianapolis paper thus sums up the
Brisk competition among law
yers has brought down the price of
divorces very low in the market.
We quote Common separation, 12;
small alimonv, -$25; large alimony,
50100. There are 'but few of
the latter in the market. General
business good and increasing.
A Moxsteu Hog. The Man
chester, New Hampshire, Daily
Union, of the 27th of December
last, says: We are informed by
Mr. Rod nia Nutt,the father of the
celebrated Commodore Nutt, that
he slaughtered a hog on Saturday
last, the 23d inst., which was 15
months and 22 days old and weigh
ed 91011 pounds. He was of the
Chester county breed and was so
fit that he could not walk.
The Farm and Home.
10 make glossy shirts.
Put a little common white wax
in your starch, say two ounces to
the pound ; then,, if you use any
thin patent starch, be sure you use
it warm, otherwise it will get cold
and gritty, and spot your linen,
giving it tne appearance or being
stained with grease. It is different
with collar starch it can be used
quite cold. Now, then, about pol
ishing shirts : starch the fronts and
wristbands as stiff as you can. Al
ways starch twice that is starch
and dry; then starch again. Iron
your shirt in the usual way, mak
ing the linen nice and firm; but
without any attempt at a good fin
ish; don't lift the plaits; your shirt
is now ready for polishing, but you
ought to have a board the same
size as a common shirt board, made
of hard wood, and covered with
only one piy of plain cotton cloth.
Put this board iuio the breast of
your shirt, dump the bout very
lightly with a wet sponge, then
take a jtolishing iron which is Hat,
and beveled a little at one end
polish gently with the beveled part,
taking care not to drive the linen
up into wave-like blisters; of course
this requires practice,, but if you
are careful, and persevere,in a short
time you will be able to give that
cnameldike finish which seems to
be so much wanted.
W KA1IIXO F L A X N" 1" L.
The majority of the people are
not aware of the beneficial effects
of wearing flannel next to the body,
both in cold and warm weather.
Plannel is not so uncomfortable in
warm weather as prejudiced people
believe. Prequent colds and con
stant hacking coughs have left me
since adopting flannel garments.
There is no need of great bulk
about the waist, which condemns
The wearing of flannel with those
who prefer wasp-waists to health, j
for in that case the flannel can be
eat as loosely fitting waists, always
fastening at the back. There are
scarcely any of the bad effects of
sudden changes of weather felt by
those who wear flannel garments,
and mothers especially, should en
deavor to secure such for their lit
tie people, in preference to all those
showy outside trimmings which
-The most convenient and satis
factory way to keep eggs fresh is
to punch numerous holes in a tin
pail, fill it with fresh eggs, lower
the pail vith the eggs into a kettle
of melted tallow, which is as hot
as can be without burning one's
finger when thrust into the liquid ;
then lift the pail out quick! v, and
the incited tallow will flow out,
leaving a thin coating over every
egg. Let the eggs be removed as
soon as possible from the pail, and
be placed on the ends in a keg or
1 . 1 . 1 ill i v-
oairei, which MiouiU-bo Kept m a
coo! cellar until wanted for use.
Eggs have been kept in this man
ner more than six months, so fresh
that expert judges supposed they
were fresh. As the eggs are so
much colder than the melted tallow
a thin pellicle of cold tallow will
be formed almost instantly, which
will render the shell impervious to
In pasting wall-papers, posters,
etc., especially when successive
layers are put on, there arises a
most disagreeable effluvia, which is
particularly noticeable in damp
weather. The cause of this is the
decomposition of the paste. In
close rooms it is very unwholesome
and often the cause of disease. In
large manufactories, where large
quantities of paste is used, it often
becomes sour and offensive Glue,
also, has often a very disagreeable
odor. If, when making paste or
glue, a small quantity of carbolic
acid is added, it will keep sweet
and free from offensive smells. A
few drops added to mucilage or ink
prevents mold. In whitewashing
the cellar and dairy, if an ounce of
carbolic acid is added to each gal
lon of wash, it will prevent mold
and prevent the disagreeable taints
often perceived in meats and milk
from damp apartments. Herald
TO KK.MOVE STAINS FROr LIN EX.
To remove stains from linen, such
as wine-fruit, or rust, a solution of
hyposulphite of soda is applied to
the spots, and, when thoroughly
soaked, enough strong vinegar is
added to cover the stain ; pulver
ized tartaric acid will be better
than vinegar, if spread on the spots.
Leave the spots for a short time to
be acted upon by the chemieals,and
then wash out in plenty of warm
TO DESTROY WEEDS.
A gentleman who has made ex
periments as to means of destroy
ing noxious growths on the lawns,
such as dock, horseradish, etc., says
he succeeded perfectly bv cutting
with a spade two or three inches
below the crowns, and pouring on
the part left in the ground a little
kerosene. The sod was dropped
back, and the horseradish failed
again to put in an appearance. Any
troublesome weed can easily be
killed in this way without injuring
Most persons boil ham. It is
much better baked if baked right.
boai it for an hour in clear water
and wipe it dry; next spread it all
over w ith thin batter, and then put
it into a deep dish with sticks un
der it to keep it out of the gravy.
VNJien it is fully done, take, off the
skin and b'atter crusted upon the
flesh side, and set it away to cool.
Governor Scott, of South Caro
lina, who gave up his first occupc
tion of cooper to become a quack
doctor, which latter calling he soon
abandoned to enter the filthy pool
ot politics, is now worth $0,000,000-..
The Louisville Courier-Jourial
says he has made it all, since the
war, by an honest, energetic,
straightforward prosecution of the
exalted profession of carpet-bag
A paper is published in the Cher
okee nation, one page of which is
printed in what is supposed to be
the Indian tongue. One of its ex
changes says: "It's the worst case
of pickled tongue we have come
in contact with. The page looks
as if there had been a nitro-glycer-ine
explosion in a type foundry."
W. A. Hunt, of Ohio, was dis
missed from the Treasury Depart
ment the other day for publicly as
serting that he had covered up
General Grant's deficits as an army
MA IX STREET,.
OUKUOX ClTV. OltEOiOX
rpiIKS POPULAR HOUSE IIAYIXC. He?n
JL lately UEb'ITTEl) n-l FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t itoceotnino
diittf Iheir customers with II A UI)-F1MSIIEU
double or siiinie ro'rns. Tlu-v invite all thoso
toiid of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED.
to cull and give litem a trial, for they are
confident they c.ii iea.se everybody, because
they ' know how to keep a Hotel."
Prices to suit the tunes and Eveuybody,
according to the rooms occupied.
Attached to the House is a
For tl.e accommodation of cstitomers.
M E RPJ A M & F0 URM KR,
June 1(5. lS7l:tf Proprietors.
Carriage M anufa c t o ry !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main aud Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may he
pleased to call, t hat he is now prepared, with
ample loom, good materials, and the . verj-be.-t
of mechanics, to build anew, recoil
s' met, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort ol a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
1 Jlacksniithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing neatly, quickly and cheap
ly done.' DAVID SMI I'll.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. PILKIWGTON, M. D.,
I ATE OF SAN' FRANXTM'O, HAS LO
U catcd in Portland, Oregon. Oflice : In
ih'lmes Euiiding, First street (three doi'is
from Lad 1 & Tilton's U.mk), where he may
be coitMiltt d daily, and will treat diseases
of the above named org ins as specialties.
All operations upon lhe Eve ami l-1.it per
formed in the most scientific and careful
ARTIFICIA L EYES, having all the beauty
and mobility of the uat'iral eye, inserted.
Refers bv permission, for his professional
standing, to L. (J. Lane, M. I)., Professor of
Surgery, and Edwin P.entley, M. D., Profes
sor of An itomy, University of the Pacific.
San Francisco; and for his success in the
treatment of cases, to over l.oOj) cases tieat-
d bv him, in San Fi ancisc i; also, to Levi
Ests, Esq., Rev. T. L. Eliot , Portland ; Wm.
H. Dillon, Esq., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
many others Oregon and Washington Ter
ritory, - ftng2.r:ni(J
U A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Hain Street, Oregon City-
n,-t BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
THE B A U IS SUPPLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
ai.si, a xo. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, 1872:tf
FOR 111E MANUFACTORY
SASH, BLINDS AND EOORS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
They will also do TURNING, of evry
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl 1
ALL M'OIMv WARRANTED.
Shop on the Hirer, back of Ackermp.n's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on hand ZZZ.
PARLOR, BEDROOM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAUS,
Lounges, Rocking Chairs, Whatnots, Ued
f toads, Acc-
Siles Room Iu Dr. Tuessing's Brick, Main
A. G. VALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Corner of Front aiul Aider Street,
BLANK COOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc.. bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
"orders from the country promptly at
LOOK OUT FOB GOOD
S. ACKER fti AN & CO.
RECEIVED A LARGE
SPR1XG & SU3U1EK GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper tlaasi tlie C!seapet.
We would say, come and convince your
self befue iuixhasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in oart of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
ROOTS AND SHOE,,
and a great many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Tutty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOOL, wanted, for white we pay
the iHCilEST PRICE.
S. ACKEXtMAN & CO.
Oregon City, Aj.r'si 21, lLIf
l&ESTAU R A M 1
r LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
"MUX STREET, OREGON CITV, OKKGOX.
"MIE UNDERSIGNED RE
sneclfullv announces to his
ft lends and the t. ave'.inir public,
that lie has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve his
csutoniers with Ovsteis, Pi's Feet, a good
cup of Codec or a SQl'ARE MEAL.
Oregon. Citv, Jan. 27, 7!:tf
.a HOLT Till; 1ST 1- Al'lII L, near
Orouon City, a hay thoroush-hred tfsi
American MA RE, eiht years old, about
1 1 hands hi:!!, a small white stripe on
the near lore loot, and the hoot bhick and white,
no brands or ol her marks. Any one returninsr
said mare or leaving- information of w here she
may be found, at the postoHit-e, in Oregon City,
wili be liberally rewarded.
Oreinm City, July 1I.1S71.
JOIIX II. SCI1RAM.
M anufacturer and Dealer in
SA 1)1) LBS, HAIIjXJZSS,
Miin Street, Oregon City,
rg-Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State. He
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock he made before buying elsewhere.
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good as can he obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decay, Ac, having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple means
of self-cure, which he will send free to his
fellow sufferers. Address J. II. REEVES,
78 Nassau st. , NewYork
HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE
rpilE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
JL sale his residence in Oregon City. There
are lour lots, a good house and barn, with a
tine cellar and a good well of water. There
is plenty of land', and it is well adapted for
early gardening purposes. Pait payment
maybe made in stock. For particulars &p
I'l.v to GEORGE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna2 IsTl tf
Jacob Stitzkl. James B. Urrox
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Extate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front, and
Will attend to the sale and purchase
rotate in all parts of the Citv and
State. Special attention sriven to the sale of
East Portland property.
Address P. 0. Box 4f2. Portland. Oregon.
STITZEL A UPTON.
9tf. Ileal Estate Brokers.
GREAT WINTER TONIC.
I ii : n Cortlinl EHxfr of Csilisn
Bark, a pleasant Cordial which strengthens
and improves the Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers, Fever and Azue, Ac,
and a great Reno' ;tor and Tonic for inva
lids and debilitated persons. Hegemax A
Co , New York, Sole Manufacturers. Sold
by all Druggists.
NOTARY PUBLIC. fENTERPRlSE Off
Oregon CityJan; I3:t
C. W- POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA
IERs.' COPPER, LEA D PIPE, IR N
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RUB BE
HOSE. FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general cssoi tment of Hers
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AN D. i O BRING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION" DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
AUo at POPE'S STOVE STORE you
HARDWARE AND P.ASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE ANIVUNWARE, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
AH of the shove articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. W. POPE S; CO.
i:ly - Oregon City Oregon.
School Land Notice.
OTICK IS 1IF.RK15Y GIVEN THAT LIST
-L" No. Lot' Indemnity School Lands was ap
prove! I.v the Secretary of the Interior, Decem
ber 21st, "inn, and by him torwanliil to the Ex
ecutive ilHceoS i iron, e.int i' W SAe there
in. SaM list ineliulcs41,2S(.72 acres of land, em
braced in the Townships following, to-wit
Township 1, X. It., 2 east ;
Township 1, X. K.. 4 west ;
Township 2, X. K., 4 wv.-f ;
Township L S R.j i rjid 4 tast;
Township 1, S. K., T5 and i west ;
Township 2, S. It., 1 and 4 east;
Township 2, S. 11., 1, 3, and 4 west;
Township 3, S. It., 4 and 5 west ;
Township 4, S. 11., 3 east ;
Townhip 4, S. It., 1, 3, 4 and b west ;
Township 5, S. lt.v , 2, 3, 4, 5 and 0 west;
Township ti, S. 1!., 1 east ;
Township , S. 1!., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 -west ;
Township 7, S. K., 1, 2, 3, 4 and (i west ;
Township 8, e. It., 1, 2,3, 4, and 5 west;
Townehip 9, S. It., 1 east;
Township 0, S.. H., 1, 2, :, and 4 west;
Township M, S. It., 1, 2, .5, and (i west;
Township 11, S. 1!., 1, 2,3, ." and 0 west;
Township 12, S. ., 2, 3, 4 and 5 west ;
Township 13, S. 1!., 1, 2, 3, 4 and . west.
All persons rlaimiiMr Si-hool lind in said
Townships, are rciu;ste-l to come b. fore the
lvtrd of School Laud Commissioners ami com
plete their payments ami receive their deeds.
Claimants having made no paynents, are tiotilied
that, the Hoard is ready to receive payments and
Uvtes and to issue- tL-r Uvls.rTods.
T. 11. CAXX.
Clerk of the Roard.
Feb. 2, W!2:wl
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
J 1ST RECEIVED A T
BOOTS AND SHOES,
1 1 A U IiV Yl, GROCERIES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kin Is bought, far which I
pay the highest market price.
If tou desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at 1. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
Slock, of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14. lS71:tf
R. F- CAUFBELD,
fOKNEU MAIN AND SKVLXTII STREETS.
OREGON CITY", OREGON,
DRY-GOODS & OBOCEFJES,
CE0CKEEY and GLASS WAR
Also, a full assortment of
Milliner and Fancy Goods
OF THE LA TEST STYLES,
AcEN IN EXCHANGE I'Oi GOODS.
O t. 6, 1871 :tf
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASS IME RES, FLANNELS,
T "WEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
FT will also pay the highest prices for
Butter. Eggs, and ail kinds of good country
produce. will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash C its equivalent in good
flrj- Give me a call and satisfv vourselyes
The Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALSEE'3 CL'
ii Hundreds cf Thousands c u.
2r" Bear test imonv to t?if!r Wonder- a;
o"3 fal Curative KSects. -;
TIIEV ABE NOT A VILE
Marte of Poor Kurit, Wii:.-ico:-, I'rm-t
!;i rits n nl Iifl'ii '' I.; 'in ir d.ci .r .-d. fpicec.
and sweetened t. ploys-? t!.c t.i.-it-. talla.l " 'i'oi.
ics,"" Arpetizers," P. s-.:-l-.-.;," f..at tea t
t!ie tippler on t drunlvenuts.5 and ri.l:;. bi;t are
a true Medicine, made from t':cNatIve Rest-? an
Iler'jsof California, free 1": -iuh nil A h ohfiio
StiiKiit:vus. Tiievate tin- Hit KA7 ii!,;S
priJii ir: tuui i.iva i:viN; I'lus-
CIPLEa pc-rfect Renovator a:;d l:visor.tc.r ft
l!ie System, carryir.g off ail poieouous matter am!
restoring the. Lhcd t- r. hoal:i;' comlition. N"
p nrsoti can t.ilce t'.ic : o KPters aecordiniC to t-'.ree-tion
an;l remain Ion:; u-.iw.U.
rr Iiinui:iiia:i;;ry -.in;! C'lroi-.sc iMicti
itin'.ism nod l y :--.-. wiji ' Intl.-
UTCMlinti, IIilius, lI'J:iil I cut a nd hitcr
uiitteut Fevcir, I I kos cf t.
l.ivrr, Kidneys and IS ladder, t .ceo I5il
lers havj bec: .ino.--t s;tcc.-i-s:'u. ftn-h
cases are caused by Viliatod iXIo-nl. iviu-l
is trenerally produced by U.-ranjjomoat of Uu
Iitfi-!ii xv i-irans.
Headache. Pfliin h th- S'.i.ouidei-:;, Coat!.?, 1 i'-'.it
r.css of tlie Chc-, Pizziaess, Soi.r liructatio.is -Jhe
Ptomach, P.ad tast--; f.i i'.z M"'..h 1VU-;.; At
tacks, lV.pit--.tion of tin- H-.m-t, luilair.imU ion o
tlie Lungs, Pain in tiieroKious of the Kidneys, a-tv
aliuiKlvoci other paintul syuu-tvms, ur : tho cii
They invigorate the St i'm-'i an- r,f:in:s'.Aio iln
torpid liver and bowels, wide-ii rtn-h-r tho:n o f xvv
equalled efficacy i.i cU-a-ising the b!o.-d cf a
impnrUies, aud PnpiViVS uvV-: aa-.l vigor U
the wliole system.
vit-tr ksj in l A sr.r-. t-i ur.t'mns.Tettcr
Salt lihenm, Blotches. Spot.-, rimpU-s, I'ii.-tuies.
. r-i. .-.,- .!.. finr. Wi:-fi-- .-islit-IIead. .'.ore
Eyes, Eryrfpolas, ltc'-i. g-jarfs,. I.sjsool.-.ratior.s ot
tlie Skin, Hainors and i)ise;wcs of the Hkiu, oi
whatever name or nature, aro literally tin-; up
and carried out of the pysfiin.in a Gli.-rt time by
iu 'is of tii.cs.e- Bitters-. One l)"ttle in suea
eases will convince the m.n-t Licrcdulous of their
Clean.-o V-ie Vitiated Blood whenever youdina
its impurities burstin;r tiin.njrh the.t -kin inl'im-T.--ur.Mne
ir s.res- cleanse it v. hen you
j.iv-a, a-. ...... ,
find it obstructed and sluggish in ii.e veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, aiut yr leelinK will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the
health of the system will follow.
VIS, TAPE aid oth-or WOKMS, lurking- m
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and remove..'... l-'or-ftill directions, read
carefully the circular around cac'.i bottle.
J WALK EH, rropiictor. B. II. MfDONALi) &
CO., Dmgalsti nU Gen. Agents, San Francisco,
Cab, and fclp.ndSl Commerce Street. New Vork.
SOLD PY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Feb. IT: ly
PRIVATE ivOiCAl AID.
Q,uick Cures anicl ?i!( derat ; Cliarges.
Dr. W. Kiboherty's
Private BIetlica.1 Surgical Institute
Uo.518 Gacrainento Street, corner of
Leidesorlt; (a few doors below
the? What Cheer House.)
(Private entiance'on Leidesdnrff street.)
Established Expressly to AtlVo d the Alilicted
Sound and Scientific Medical Aid, in 1 he
Treatment and Cure of all I'rivate and
Chronic Diseases, Cases of Secrecy and all
To Be A fJUctoI.
DR. W. K. DOlIEuTY returns his sincere
thanks to his i.umeious patients for their
patronage, and would take this opportunity
to remind them that he continues to consult
at his Institute fur the cure of chronic dis
eases of the hunt's, Liver, Kidneys, Di.gcs-.
live and (Jenito-Urinary OrsranSi and al
private diseases, viz : Syphilis. in all its forms
and stages, Seminal Veukne-s and all the
horrid consequences of self-ahu-e. (Jonorr
luea. GIi et, Strictun s, NoctuvtutI and Diur
nal Emissions. Sexual Debility, Diiea-e of
the Back and Loins, inflammation of the
lil.idder and Kidneys, etc. ; and lie hoj.es
that his long experience and succesr-ful prac
tice will continue to insure him a share of
public patronage. By the practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, he is
enabled to apply t!:e most, efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds
lie uses no mercury, charges moderate, treats
his patients in a coirett and honorable way,
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
high standing in society. All parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the best and gentlest treatment and
When a female is in trouble, or afflicted
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sie.ht,
loss of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart. irrit.ibi!ily, nervousness, extreme ur
iiiary dillicnlties, derangement of dige-tive
functions, general debility, vaginii is, all dis
eases of the womb, hysteria, sterility and all
other diseases peculiar to females, she should
go or write at once to the celebrated female
doctor, YV. K. DOHERTV, at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her troubles
and diseases. The Doctor is effecting more
cures than any other physician in the Slate
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent
you, but apply immediately and save vourself
from painful sufferings and premature death.
A II married Jadies. whose delicate health or
other circumstances prevent an increase in
their families should write or call at DR. W.
K. POHEK'I Y'S Medical Institute, and thoy
will receive every possible relief and help.
The Doctoi's ofiices are so arranged that lie
can be consulted without fear jf observation.
Patients residing ip any part of the Stale
however distant, who may desire the opinion
and advice of PR.DOI1ERTY in their respec
tive eases, and who think proper to submit s
wi itten statement of such, in preference to
holding a personal interview, are respectful
Iv assured that their communicat'ons will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case bt
fully and candidly described, personal com
munication will be unnecessary, as instruc
tions for diet , regimen and the general treat
ment of ttie cn-e itself (including the reme
dies), will be forwarded without delay, and
in such a manner as to convey no ideaof the
purport ol the letter or parcel.
fi-ConsuItation by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay .
DR. DOIIERTY has just published an im
portant pamphlet, embodying his own views
and experiences in relation to Impotence cr
Virility ; being a Short Treaties on Sperma
torrhea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous and
Physical Debility consequent on thi affec
tion, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to all, whether married orsinglp
and will Vie sent FREE by mail on receipt of
i ma cents in postage stamps lor return post
! age. Address.
W. K. DOIIERTY. M. D.,
juIySdly San Francisco Cat 1
Blanks. All kinds of blanks can be
had at this office Job Printing of every
description rteatly executed, at sbort
Is Tvidely knowi
as one of the most
ever discovered for
cleansing the sys
tem and purifying
the blood. It has
stood the test of
years, with a con-,
stantly growing rep-,
utation, based on its
tntrincir- virtups. and sustained by its re-.
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the great cor-,
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous.
and syphilitic contamination, impurities,,
or diseases that have lurked in the system,
for years, soon yield to this powerful antK
dote, asul disappear. Hence its wonderful
pnros. manv of which are publicly known.
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases
Ulcers, Irruptions, ana eruptive uis-.
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches
Boils, IMmples, Pustules, Sores. St.
Anthony's Fire, ltose or Eryslpe-.
las, Tetter, Salt Kheum, Scald
Head, Ring-worm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and Liver. It also cures other com
plaints,, to which it would not seem especi-.
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep-.
si a, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female Weakness, Debility, and;
Leucorrhcea, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring. By renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. Tlie system moves,
on with renewed vigor and a new leaSe of'
P It E P A RED B T
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Cliemists.
SOLO EY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
VEGETAE1.E Sil 'H
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e:sr iiK". ';:sos llic ojiula'itv-
n tins : i'..: c iirui i i f; :' in ion i
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w'iicli is iltic to merit r.loiic. V c.ii
assnre our o'.l at rons that it l )."'
fully '.'.) to it liiali !stuiil:ir ; ;;nd it
is the only reliable nixl cricctcil I'l't''-.
aration lor rcstttrinij Gray or Fadko
Hair to its youtliful color, 'aiyVing it
soft, lustrous, and silkci.. "Xt:
by its use, becomes Avfifto anl clean.
It removes all eruntious ami dandruff
and, by its tooio yvvoptt'ties, revents
the hair from falling 6'4 as it stiinu
lates and liourvsbtis the fiah-trlaiKT.
!y its use, tbo. hair grows thicker ami
stronger. In Uildness, it restores tliG.
cajiil'.ary glands tq their normal vigor
and will create a new growth, except,
in extreme old nge. It is the most
economies! li'Aii: Dressing ever used,
as it ivjui rc fevcer apjilieatipns, act
gives the hair n sjdeidM, glossy ap
pearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D., State.
Assny-er of 3fassaeliusetts, ays, uTIie.
constituents arc jiurc, and carefully
selected for excellent quality; and I
consider i,t the I3i:st PiiErAKATio
for its intended purposes."
Sold lij (dl Drujgist, and Dealers in Itdedlcines.
Price One Dollar
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our I cn ewer in many cases re-i
quires too long a time, and too much
care, to restore gray or laded Whisk-,
crs, Ave have prepared this dye, in o?ig.
preparation ; which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
is easily applied, and produces a color
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CQ
SinlU A: D.nis. Pc rdaml, AV 1 It y
V ,its ioi Or son,
;Y VIRTUE OF AN EXF-CUTlON ANh
order of sale, issued out of tin- ( irouit Cnurt
of the State of Oi e;r7i, fur the countv of Claeka-.
m;is, dated the 15th day of January, "IS 72, nd ta
me directed pursuant to a decree iu iavor of Win.
Harlow, plaintiff, and against John Ayres, dc
fondant, for the sura of one hundred and thirty
seven 30-100 dollars, $137 30, U. S. srold coin, acd
lilaeleen JO-lOO ilolbtrs, 19 70, rusts' and njisbur
lnents, hy virtue of a deoree of foreclosure of
r.joitii'je on real estate, I have tliis 21 d;yy of
January,- ls;2, le i".-l on the tollowintf descriled
parcel if land,s"iKciried in said decree and order of
sale, as follows, to-wit : That tract of land known
and described ou the plats of tlie United States
surveys as the north half of the north east quar
ter oi Section Ki;rht, in Township three, outh
Raiifje, one West of tlie "Willamette meridian'
onntfiniiitf oijrhty acres, 80, with all the teni
ineiits, hereditaments and appurtenances thereof
hc-loninnir or in anywise appertaining a ihl
property of the said John Ayres, defendant, and
on Saturday, the 2d day of March, 1872, at the
hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, in front of the
Court House door, in Orc-fron Citv, in said countr
I will proceed to sell the same to the highest bid,
der, fm- L,. S. gild coin, to satisfy said execution
coats and accruing costs.
A UTIIUIl WARNER,
T, . , T , , shcritt of Clackamas county. -Dated
Jan. 20th, iS72:wl f
Agents Wanted for
IVn A7 EM.IXENT niVSIClAX ANTi
ALJ I rofes-or in one cf oqr larpe ledicak
Collepcs It deals fearlessly, but chastely
yvn,, evi s from which spring physical amJ
moral degradation, and domestic felicity
It is being reviewed praised apd mticisetf
by a;l the leading religious and secular pa,
pers and magazines in the U. S., and the ver
UlCt ot the p.kst anil mnst Icnri
that it is a remarkable Book ; that it is lime
;; mat it is ?emea; that it will moke
It is of vital importance to every man and
woman in the land, and is having'a wonder
Agents will find this a rare oppnrtunitjr
to make money. Circulars, giving full par-tipular.-,
with numerous notices of tbe pre6
A- L. BANCT0FT & CO.,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Savier, LaRoque & Co.,
tKeep constantly on hand foi saje
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Wed, Parties
purchasing feed most furnish the sacks.
October 1. U7L- MRb- E- "ABVEV.-