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MAUC1I 29. 1872.
The conference meeting through at last,
We boys around the vestry waited
To see the girls come tripping past,
Like "snowbirdi waiting to be mated.
Kofc braver he that leaps the wall
By level musket flashes litteu,
Than I, who stepped before them all
Who longed to see me get the mitten.
But no. she blushed and took ray arm !
We let the old tot -a take lb highway,
And started toward the Maple Farm
Along a kind of lovers' byway.
I can't remember what we said
"Twaa nothing worth a song or story.
Yet that rude path by which we ptd
Seemed all transformed and ia a glory.
The snow crisp beneath our feet.
The mooji wad Cull, the fields were
By hood and tippet sheltered sweet, -Her
face with youth and health va3
The little hand outside the muff
O sculptor if you could but mould it!
So lightly touched my jacket cuff
To keep it warm 1 had io hold it.
$o have her with me there alone,
'Twaa love and fear and triumph
At last we reached the foot-worn stone
And that delicious journey ended.
She shook ber ringlets from her brow.
And with a " Thank you. Ned," dis
sembled But yet I knew she understood
With what a daring wish 1 trembled.
A cloud passed kindly overhead,
The moon was slowly peeping through it.
Yet hid his face as it ii s.iid.
'Come, now or never, do it, do it!"
Mv lips ti'l lneu Bal on known
The kiss of mother and of sister,
But. somehow, lull upon her own
Kweet. rosy, darling niouth I kissed
Terhaps 'tis boyish love. yet,, still.
O. listless woman! weary lover!
To feel once more that fresh, wild thrill
I'd give but who can live lite over?
A JIOTHEil'S LOVE.
Her, by her smile, how soon the stranger
How so;n by his the glad discovery
As to he? lips s'he lifts the lovely boy.
What answering looks of, sympathy and
He walks he speaks. In many a broken
His warns his wishes, and his griefs are
And ever, ever to her hip he flies.
When rosy sleep comes on with sweet
Locked in her arms, bi3 aims across her
(That name most dear forever on his
As with soft accents round her Deck he
How blest, to feel the bevitiTgs of his heart.
Breathe his sweet breath, and blis3 for
bliss impart :
Watch o'er his slumbers like the brooding
And. if she can. exh tuf a mo'her's love?
His Portrait.; lovin, of tlio
New York Independent, a Repub
lican for anything for success pat
tern, lias recently been to Wash
ington for the purpose of sounding
the political shoals, and taking a
reckoning as to Grants chances for
the Presidency. Among the first
lie interviewed, was Senator Stun
ner, "who upon being asked if under
any circumstances he would sup
port Grant, responded in the fol
lowing truthful portrait of the
am satisfied that Grant is a
dishonest man. That is sullicient
to justify me in saying most posi
tively that I cannot and shall not
support him. For other reasons
he is unfit to be President of the
United States. He is igjiorant of
the details of civil government, and
does not manifest a disposition to
learn them. He is venal, ambi
tious,, vulgar in his habits, and
possesses a cunning which is low
and dogged. He has a strong will,
but it is never controlled by reason,
hence becomes perverse, and the
man when he should be most yield
mg and gentlemanly is most obsti
nate and unmanly. Such a man is
unfit to be the President of the
United States, and most unfit to be
the candidate of the -Republican
party. He ought not to be nomin
ated by that part', and shall not
be if I can help it. I cannot hon
orably support a party that will
sustain such a man."
D ELECTABLE G OV E UN ME XT.
Duringithe Mexican war, remarks
the Caucasian, Ulysses the Gift
taker was Lieutenant in the army,
and acted in the extremely dangeV
ly dangerous position of Commis
sary and Quartermaster, not one
of whom has been killed since the
world began. His accounts with
the Government have never been
settled, and the Washington Pa
trick asserts that he ows the conn- i
try the stun of 85,000 money
placed in his hands by the Govern
ment agents at that time to be
handed over, but which he played
ofF at "poker," being a little
'green" then. An ancient default
er at the head of a numerous host
of defaulters ! What a delectable
Government" of picked jail-birds
and penitentiary-deserving scamps
Tre have to represent us at Wash
Nothing but Venom. The
Cleveland Herald ( Republican)
thus belabors that God forsaken
retch, Ilrownlow : "If there is
one thing more disgusting than
another, it is the exhibition in the
United States Senate of a confirm
ed paralytic or cripple whose
only active member, a foul tongue,
o seems still capable of littering the
lowest slang of the ot-honse.
Poor lrownlow, there seems noth
ing left of him but his venom."
Br .axks. All kinds of blanks ran be
had at this office . Job Printing of everv
description neatly executed at short
How Money is Made by Farming.
Much labor is clone on farms
that is not farming in its true
sense. By such labor no money is
ever made. A man may support
himself and his family, keep out
of debt, and have a few dollars in
his pocket by practicing the most
stringent economy. If he is oth
erwise than industrious and sober,
he is on the down grade with loose
brakes, and the end is soon reach
ed. Rut farming in its true sense
is a profession equal in dignity to
that of the law or- medicine, and
needs equal study, mental capaci
ty, and intelligently directed labor,
to command success in it. The
principles which underlie the prac
tice of the true farmer must be
wtll understood, and a steady, con
sistent course of operations must
be followed. Having thoroughly
learned the nature and capacity ot
the soil he possesses, and chosen
the rotation most suitable and the
stock to be most profitably kept
on it, lie does not swerve from his
chosen course, but in good markets
and bad raises his regular crops,
and keeps his land in regularly in
creasing fertility. No special cry
tempts or affrights him. He does
not talk dairy this season or crops
the next, but'doubtless, if any par
ticular product bt, in demand ami
bring a good price, he has some of
it to sell and reaps Ids share of the
advantage. He saves as much
money as some men make by care
and economy in purchasing and
preserving tools, seeds, manures,
and machines, and his business
habits and constant readiness for
all occasions give him reasonable
securitv against the effects of ad
verse seasons and bad weather.
Always prepared, he is never too
l ite, and always calm he is never
too soon, and thus, "taking Time
by the forelock " he has the stern
old tvrant tit his command, ami
turns him at his will.- He has no
losses, and his gains are steady.
Hearth and Jlonte.
Straws. That was a significant
vote in the House of Representa
tives recently, remarks the Detroit
Union, on the motion of Mr. Nib
lack, of Indiana, to change the
phraseology of a resolution to ac
cept from Rhode Island the statue
of Roger Williams, so as to make
the acceptance "in the name of the
people ef Jie United States" in
stead of, as proposed, "in the name
of the nation." Every Democrat
present voted for the change, and
every Republican against it. The
preamble to the Constitution says:
"We, the people of the United
States, in order to form a more
perfect Union," etc, "do ordain
and establish this Constitution for
the United States." Nowhere in
in the Constitution is the Union
called a nation. That idea was
express! v and emphatically reject
ed. Rut step by step Radicalism
marches to consolidation and des
potism. Married Man. There is an ex
pression in the face of a good
married man who has a good wife
that bachelors cannot have. It is
indescribable. He is a little near
er the angels than the prettiest
young fellow living. You can see
that his broad breast is a pillow
for somebody's head, and that lit
tle fingers pull his whiskers. No
one ever mistakes the good mar
ried man. It is only erratic ones
that leave yon in doubt. The
good one can protect all the un
protected females and make him
self generally agreeable to the la
dies, and yet never leave a doubt
on any mind that there is a pre
cious little woman at home worth
all the world to him.
That Democratic battering-ram,
the Lexington (Mo.) Caucasian,
con t i n u es i t s v igoro u s bio w s agai n st
the falling wall of Radicalism.
Noticing the announcement that
the American Tract Society issued
127,000,000 of tracts during the
past year, it remarks that "it will
take a million billions, printed on
forked lightning-bolt type and hell
blistered paper, and bound with
deadly scorpions and adders, to
reach the sin hardened hearts of
this vile, Radical generation."
San Francisco foundries and ma
chine shops, says the Erening Post,
are nearer to China and Japan than
any other workshops in the world.
If they could buy pig and barium
free, they could monopolize the
machine business in the Orient ; but
Pennsylvania iron masters black
mail our mechanics, forcing them
into idleness, and call it protecting
native industry. San Francisco is
starving on protective statues,
while Pennsylvania iron men and
English mechanics are growing
President Grant, it is afiirmed,
was a larre stockholder in tlie
'Emtna ."Maine," whose stock Min
ister Sehenek tnaniunl.it ed in the
London Market. Public indicjna
tjon compelled SHienck to retire
t'rotn the directorship of the mine
and we are curious to know how
(Tt-ant is to eondonn tor his prosti
tution ot the Presidency in th in-
iertsi or t tie same
wild cat btock-
A d'tructjve f;re occurred
Oil t r mnrnin-i 1
February IR'li. and con-im 'd fi ton
Loss is f-s'i-riited at Sfj(hK
Lewen recntly uppoinu.,1 one of the
Jus tces for Washington Territory, is to
succeeu .veunenv or the W.ilU Walla Di
...... aou uui Greene, as has beea
The ci'V Iir-or,,.
iKalarua Us beea fixed at oJ
ir r.i t - - it ?
HOUSE WE LIVE IN
IMUBITAATS OF THE
rpiIE CAUSE OF A GREAT MANT DTS
X eases, that have been pi o;ioufi:etl incur
able l.y the must eminent physician, for the
verv reason that they oeiloi k d the came,
and as lr. Van Dm tVrgh h is m :de the
Katoioi a lite l-.iHjj Study, he woird iufoi m
the sick generally that by close observation
nd trie it xpei itntnts, ha-: come to the con
clusion iht t'lere Hie more acute ud thron-itfdise.ijM-sciii.setl
by Worms Hrdat'd, n
iina'eula:, or other S;iecit-s of Hnt.zo.i. The
publ c genera. ly, or the profession ;t Jare,
are mt aware of the number of Pti-uts
who are treated by e.nioeut Phvsi -iiiis, ior
this, that, or Mich a t empi dot without nv
relief. If the itiMrase had b-ea i.n.iei stood,
a few dose of Dr. Vs. Siircrrijn H'w
lirnt-Jjf Would havi imme i attly cured the
complaint ai.d baved u great uiaay live.
INHABITANTS OF THE EU
What think y n reader, of your body be
a plaiu-t inhabited -by living races, as
we inhabt the earti? What ver way in
V"ur thoughts on the stibj-ct, il is even so.
Y.-ur b'xJy may be hot a h-ine fr parasites
that, crawl ov r the surface, burrow beneath
the skin, ner-tle in is entrails, arid riot, and
prop .gate their k:uJ in every corner ot Us
The following is from the .S'?- Francisco
Lu ltt.n, of January SiG-h, 172. (A recei.t
t ail 5!artin recently 1ied in Cleveland,
Ohio, from eating meat infected with the
tvntf 'l'liDont sufinm. At the Coiomr's
Inqii'M, on Tu f lay, (January 2d.) it was
s. own that thite wi cks bet ie tdiii.-t:na-,
Mat tins jvrcliast d aca cas-of P..rk. Some
of the in- et w -as oaf4-!i the same day, ami
otne was made into ss i-as;.'. Ab -it '.en
d .ys ia.er, some f Hut sausage was eaten,
and in -ho t time the whol-i iutiiily were
taken si k. M.inins d ! '-n Sunday. Deceit;
ln-r 81st, I --7 1. Mis. .Viart ii and her two
children are now very sick, a. id ttie toint-r is
not likel t recover. The veroict was in
HCcordunce with the facts. For further par
ticul.irs. s e Cleveland, Ohi-i, paper of above
date. A Corotnr's Inquest brought this
iact to liht-
Now I wonld ask how many more such
de..ths a" inquest would biin to lilit ?
i-'onder well, reader, upon this, and t!)i .k of
the thousands that die cverv jenr and u
c&u-e can be as-igned tor their dea'li. Noiv
the question that would naturally enter the
111 i it) j of jhe reader, is what shall I d ? The
a Ivice of the Dr. would bo ro to s tine one
that is competent of treating such cuii
p aints. And who is mne competent than
ihe one that, has made Worms a spei iallitv.
Ti mas. Yesterday, Dr. J. W. Van !.--
He:gh exhibited to us a number ot parasites
which had been removed trom persons af
iliete i; there were "Several d tt- rent .species
otieof which appears to be entirely unknown
to the tr:edical piofes.-ion. Tins new taenia
is shaped something like an orange sfv-d
but perfectly tl.it, or lather like a cucumber
seed, with a tail about a quarter of ai inch
in ! 1 gth. Another was a t tpe worm T
iii t in lentri h, consisting of t,rtoo j ,nU',
Among medic d men tlipie ex:sts uoli'tl
'.iU'en m e of opinion relative to the 0; igin
of f ie.se cntozoa. One class of writers be
lieve that these par.isi'es, at least many of
thesn, originate in trie endowu.ent of av,i nul
m ..decides with vitality from ihe. parent body,
favoied by certai.i st tes of the vital forces
of that b'.vlv; the st.tt' s originating their
orguniziiti ri and promoting their tr:owth
and pro.-aatto-i. That ail description of
e tozoa are met vvit'i tVir more frequently
where animal too t is u-ed in greatest atom i
ance. is an iiidi.sf.ut.jlde tact, esp-eially
where t-c f d is the flesh of the 'une'ean
beasts." h;cii the Jt'ws and Mohainmed uts
id"c It tbidden to par.ake of. Hut our in'
tioti is not to, w ite a thesN it' . this nut-jeet:
w e -n'v d sire to c iron-cle the fact, fiat Dr
.J W. Van Den i- ih h is inumi a tntd'eine
a simple vegetable vvuic.li glows in ; bund
iu.co in Catirorni.i, which is a dead shot to
alien ozo.i, of wi.atever de-cript-on, gencr
;dly iiccomjilishing its, otject in f r -m tm hour
ami a half to six ii un -. Morning Cu'L
Had we the space i ere. hundreds of testi
monials could be produced, testifying to the
tniib of the asseiti ms that have here been
made, but it would be useless and would
on!v occupy the reader's !i:ue.
The follow ng are some of the diseases
tTiH t Worms are often mistaken for.
Dyspepsia, Chronic Affections of the I.ivcr
and Kidneys, Consumption, Whi e Swelling
Palsy, Siiertnat.u r!io?a. Di ii rhoea, I c nti
nence of Urine, Gravel, Flor Aibus, Diabetes
Dr. V. would advise those ladie- troubled
wi'li aty Irregularities of tht Uterus to try
his new r- m -dies jtnd g't ctire-1.
Dr. Van 1) 11 Ueigh's I.ifailibh; Worm Pvr
up for Children. 1 rice !. Warranted to
cxp-.d the worms. Sent everywhere upon
receipt ot prn;- .
Dr. J. W. V;n Pen 13orghs, Hair Tonic
a sure cure to ties' roy all !i'iinia!cu!;e of the
Hair F.dlicles, prevents falling out. and pro
moting t' e Growth of the Hair. 1'iice ?l,.!i'J;
3y Consulting n tul T Tjfoina
The afflicted cm learn if thei'- disease is
cau-ed by Worms or no'; at all even's, Dr.
Van Deu Hi rgh can tell thiiiu iivirn what dis
ease they are sulTji ing.
Conti! tut ions and Kitiailnntions
FnEI2 OF CHAIIGK.
orrzcE eooi?i3 kos. 33 & 33,
OYER THE POST OFFICE-
I.et'ers describing the symptoms will b
promptly answered," and peVs uis living at 9
distance will be saved the expense aad trou
ble of cali.ng upon the Doctor.
Address. IU J. XV. VAX DE3 KEItOII.
P. O. LOX 172. SALEM, OliKtiON.
PoRTLAxn, f-'eb. 10th, 1172.
Da. J W. Van Den Hkroii Dear Sir :
Our child, a little girl dg';t years of age. has
had fits and c nvnlsions for the last two
years, and we had tried many d ic'ors and
irany remedies without much benefit, in fact
our darlinir was trotting constantly wins-1
i nut 1 we h-ard of vo ir worn svrcp thr"iuh
a frie.nd of ours. We though: that perhaps
it might do some good to g vc it a trial, a.-d
you cannot imagine our surprise when over
2'.'0 worms were 'expelled with one bo t;r of
y-ur valuable worm syrup, and from thi
time on we cert duly sh:ill never be w thout
it so 1-mg as tliere i, a po-sibl chance for it
to be had. You are at liberty to publish
tins if von cho.se, and may it do much food,
liespectlullv vours, S II. OKI'O.V.
" M. J. UUI OX.
SymptoiiH of tVornn,
Alternate paleness and flu-hing of the
c utnteuauce, dull expressioo of the eves,
drow-in'ess, ich ng oi the ruse, a swelled
uppe-!i,., tongue whitety furr-d and t'ik'!dy
s-peckled with red points, feted breath, an en
birired abdomen, a partia or general swelling
,.p oiiOiii-'ncss of t: e skin, a staitl ng m the-H
sleep and grinding of the teeth, a sensation
as if soriiethi ig w'-s 1 d ed in the throat, a
eradu A wasting of the fl--.h, s cki ess of the
stomach, vomiting, a short uid diy cough,
appe'i e s.-nietiiues voracious, a: t;.er
titns o'pbl., b i.vels sometimes costive, oth
er t mcs h o e, : reat fre.fu ness a ui irratibil
itv of te o) r, pains iu tfie -stonuch aud
bowels, col e, tits, conrul-ious and palsy.
I the worm syrup is not to be had in
your town, send orders t the man d'.ict
rtrer a id it wili be sent promptly, t any ad
dress free ot express clnrg-:s. Di tee t or
Dr. 3- W. VAX DEN BEKGH,
1 O. Boi 172, Salem, Oregon.
J. COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
I mIVERSITI OF CALIFORNIA. I
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S- ACfCERIVSA ii. GO.
RECEIVED A LARGE
siTiixc & mmm goods,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Clieapr lli:a tits Cheapen.
We would say, come an 1 convince your
self bef'u e pui chasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
BOOTS AN D S110I7S.
and a great many articles too numerous to
AL.-O, Doors, Windows, Glass and Rutty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, VOOL. wan tod, for which we pay
the HIGHEST TRICE.
0. ACSERrIAIJ & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, l71:tf
LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
"M MX HTllKET, Ol'.KOON CITV, OltKOOX.
1 spec:fully aniioimces to his S (
f;ie.nd and the ti ave'ing public,
tSat he has re-opened f he above
The proprietor Knows how to perve Ids
osutorners with Ovsteis. rig's Feet, a good
cup ot Cuilee or a SQ", ' ARE MEAL.
LKON D iLOUEY
Oregon City, Jan. '27, ls71:tf
r'Tiw His JZafabt'isfmil
FOli IFiE MAXUFACTOIiY OF
" 2 AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.;
iTSr They Avill ulso do TURNING, ot cv ry
description to order,
With Heatness and Dispatcl
ALL W011K WAURANTED.
fShop on the River, brick of Ackerinan's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
C. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
51 An Street, Oregon City-
Beit ' BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of Hie lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
THE II A Jl I S S UP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anJ
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbou alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
ai.si, a xo. 1
Is c nnected with the Saloon.
Orege;. Citv, Jan. 1, ls72:tf
ft IiOUT THE 1ST OF AmiL. nour
- Orcjon Citv. a b;i v thoron-j-ii-breil
A nierican MA It K, cijiht years old, about ifr5 &
11 iuin-ls high, a smiil wliife Ftiirie
the near lore tool, and the hoot black and white.
no brands or other marks. Any one returning
said mare or leaving information of where she
may be found, at the postotiiee, in Oregon City,
will be liberally rewarded.
Oroimn CPy, July 14, 1871.
Ilavi'-p' purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the pubV thu he is now tire par
ed to manufacture a Xo. 1 nniilitv of
LAG Ell EE EH,
As trood as can be obtained anvwhere in
Stale. .Orders solicited mdJ irompt!y tilled.
VOID (QUACKS. A victim . f eatlv in-
(HscreTrn, causmir nervous dehilitv
premature decay. Ac , bavins tried in rain
every advei Used remedy, I as a simple means
of self-cure, which he send fiee to liis
fellow sutferers. Address J. II. REEVF.S
7S N issan st.. New York
Sept. 1:1 y
HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE
rpilE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale his re-i ience In t)recon Citv. There
are four lots, a good hou-e and barn, with a
fine cellar and n good well of water. There
is Plenty of bind, and it is well adnnfed fnr
early gird-rinsr purposes. Part navmenf
may be made in stock. For nart.irnl.iVa r.
PbT to GEORGE CLARK.
Ore ou City Juna 2 lS71-tf
C- W- POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IROX.BRA-
1ER1V COFFElt, LEAD FIFE, 1R JS
FIFE AND HTflNUS, EUBBE
HOSE. FORCE AND LIFT
l'UMPS, ZLN'C, COFFER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general tssoitment of Ileus
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION HONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POFE'S S'Htvs STOtt you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS. WOODEN,
WARE AND 'I IN WAKE, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NigJIT LAMPS. ALs-0
PER Ay UU La TORS.
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES 10 SUIT THE TIMES.
C. AV. POlE & CO.
1 1 :1 y j Oregou City Oieicon.
Carriago Flanufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions ot Lis pieui.s.es, at tue om siitnu
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City ' Oregon.
TaVea this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, ana me er
best of mechanics, to build auew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and tura out all
complete anv sort ol a vehicle troio a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Blacksniithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing ueat.lv, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
R. F. CAU7IZLD,
COKXKR MAIN AM) SEVF.NT 1 STREETS
OREGON CITY, OHEGOX?,
DPiY-OODOS Si CRGEFJS.
CE0CKSUY and OLAS 7WI It
Also, a full assortment of
Milliner) and Fancy Goods
OF THE LATEST ST. 'I E .
JUST R E C u S V E D.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FO : GOODS.
O. t, o, ls71:tf
OREGON CITV, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
I also keep constantly on band
SALEM C A S S I M E R E S, FLA NN ELS.
TWEEDS AND RLANKETS,
"Which I will sell at the Fnctory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
pgT will also pay the highest prices for
liutter, Eggs, and ad hinds ot good conn try
produce. I will sell as low as anv house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
Xtir Give me a call and satisfy yourselves
Jan. 13,lS71.tf -r
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. PILKINGTON, M. D.,
T ATE OF SAN FRANCESCO, HAS LO
.1 cated in Portland. Oreiron. Othceiln
IP -1 tries' Ruildirg. First street (three doors
from Lad l & 1 ikon's R.ink"), where he may
be consulted daily, and will treat diseases
ot tue lib ve named organs ns specialties.
All operations upon the Eve and Eai per
formed in tiie most scientific and careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beauty
and mobility of the natnml eye, inserted.
Refers bv permis-ion, for his professional
standing, to L. C. Lane, M. D., Professor of
Surgery, and Edwin Benlley, M. D-, Profes
sor of Anatomy, University of the Pacific
San Francisco; and for his success in the
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