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.SEPTUM U Eli G. 172.
In the Cnod Old Days, Horace (iree
jr.i You and I were Yonng. Jl'j-
In the good oM d ys. lloraco.dreeh'y.
When you and I were youoz.
Men served their country freely.
And our Statesmen had brains and
The honest and brave Anglo-Saxon
Found leaders as true as tiie Jay;
Some followed the standard of Jackson,
And some of us shouted for Clay.
But now we are aged and gray. Horace,
A man without brains or a tongue
Corrupts with Division and Silence
The country we loved when young.
In the good old days of our, nation.
When Benton and Webster did live.
Men were honored lor their station.
And not for the presents Ueyd give;
Then little we thought, a Butler
Would make us the Moslems taunt,
That fce robbers would find lor a sutler.
The brainless and tonguelesj Grant.
But now we are aged and gray, Hor
Those rood old d lys shall return. Horace.
When for you and Missouri's
Our bonfires of victory burn, Horace.
And the battle of freedom is won
Then we'll send Consul Butler to regions
t'J"hat are warmer than Egypt's clime,
And scatter Ulysses' legions.
Whose watchword is Blunder and
Though now we are aged and gray.
The man without brains or a tongue
Shall be stripped of his tyrannous sway.
By the country we loved when young.
The Summer in Florida.
A ladv snemliiiLj Iter first sum
met" in Florida, writes to a friend
in the North as follows : kIt is fear
fully warm to-day, but in spile of
the heat I do love this long, beau
tiful summer. There has not been
a rainy day for a long time, but we
have ire ue nt thunder showers.
If we g'o out walking or riding in
the evening, we never need extra
garments, but usually go hatless
and shawlless. The evenings are
just cool enough for comfort
never chilly or damp. We some
times ro out boat riding, iust after
sunset, which I enjoy very much.
I must tell you of the boat ride
wc took last evening. I shall not
be able to make you see it as I did,
but shall be glad if you get a faint
idea of the scene. We left the
main river and rowed up a narrow
bayou lying between cbanks cover
ed with a thick rank growth of
underbrush of every possible shade
of green. Up from this tangled
foliage rose the pine trees, some of
them tall and stalwart, green and
thrifty ; others half-dead, their
brarfches hung with
of gray moss; and others still, long
since dead, and bleached in the sun i
and rain, holding up white ghostly
arms toward the heavens. ine
water was so still that the bushes
and trees were reflected in it per
fectly, so that it gave one the idea
which seemed almost ghostly; that
Othe water was as deep as the height
of the trees, and that we could see
the bottom. -'-Suddenly 'we round
9'd a point of land, and a chill seem
ed to strike my heart a feeling
that we must be in some enchanted
laud, for straight before us, at a
distance ot perhaps a dozen rods,
was a bare, sandy batiK shelving
sharply to the water. This bank
was reflected in the water so per
fectly that it was impossible to tell
where the reality left off and the
reflection began, giving the bank
the appearance of twice its actual
height. The water was so still and
the state of the atmosphere such,
that at a distance of twenty feet
from our boat the water was in
visible, and we positively seemed
to be riding in the air at a vast
height from the ground, and just
going to fall off into nothing.
Little .Hal cried out 'We are going
to fall off! we are going to fall off!
and T had to call reason to my
aid not to repeat the cry. But I
have not power to make you com
prehend" the -beauty and grandeur
of the scene; so I will stop."
The Valley Of TheOs'i!e. The
journey from Suez to Cairo is made
by rail iu about eight hours. The
first half is across the sandy desert.
flic last titty miles is up the "Val-
ey of the Xile," one of the most
fertile spots to he found on the face
ot the iobe. Here the train rap
idly sweeps alonsx over yreen plains
and through hundreds of fields yel
low with wheat just ready for the
harvest. Everywhere there is an
air of richness and plenty so cheer
ing to the eye and so much in con
trast with sandy wastes so recently
pasted over. The threat Pyramids
are seen lone; before Cairo is reach
ed, aud to me they seem like old
friends welcoming me to the land
thromrh which I wandered five
years ago. Wonderful changes
have taken place since I was here
last. The present Viceroy i con
stantly., tearing down old things
and building new and better.
Kail roads are being mak, places
built, and the hand of improvement
is at AVorlc all over the land. Five
years ago Cairo was an Oriental
city like Constantinople; now it is
more like Brussels, in Belgium,
thanany city I know of. Then I
crossed tho Nile in a little boat and
rode a donkey to the Pyramids.
Vstculay I crossed the river on a
fine iron bridge and rode to the
Pyramids in a carriage over as
good a turnpike as I ever saw.
Was Not. The man wl
Oi". ,r-v . -s. -v -s,, x s-i , 1 -s A. . 1 '
ru""'ua'u " n liim -
Kit tin ii mo
in 4- 1 S ,
Can You Aflbrd It f
Can you afford to work hard all
day, and read, study, or court the
vagaries of society all night thus
wasting your vitality, exhausting
your nervous system, ami bringing
on a premature disease, decay, and
Can you afford to cat hastily, and
then rush to study, or business,
withdrawing the nervous energy
from the digestive system to the
brain and muscles, and thus induc
ing dyspepsia, in a few years, at
most, to scourge, and haunt, and
make you miserable for years or for
Can you afford to live on rich or
highly seasoned food, eot cham
pagne suppers, because an artificial
appetite is thus gratified, rendering
gout, dyspepsia, apoplexy, in the
middle of life, almost a certainty?
Can you afford to commit suicide
through the indulgence of appetite
and passion, adopting the fool's
motto. "A short life and a merrv
Can you afford to indulge in fast
livinjr,li essing beyond your means,
driving livery horses, or keeping a
horse yourself, when your income
is not adequate to such expense?
Can you afford to smoke and
chew tobacco; thus spending from
five to twenty or thirty dollars a
month, injuring your nervous sys
tem, and thereby transmitting to
children a weakening constitution,
making them puny invalids for
Can you afford to burn out your
nervous system and demoralize
your whole character by the use
of alcoholic liquors?
Can you aiibrd to make money
at the expense of your manhood,
your morals, your health, your just
respectability and your integrity ?
Can you aiibrd to gain even the
whole world, and thereby make
of yourself a moral wreck?
Can you afford to rob your mind
to clothe your back with silks and
satins, and gratify a mere love of
Can you aflbrd to be tricky, and
therefore defraud your employer of
the just service you owe him, even
though you get your pay, thus
making yourself a moral bankrupt?
Can you afford to be otherwise
than upright, truthful, temperate,
courteous, and in all respects cor
rect? Scathing, Hut True.
The Washington Ittriut thus
scathingly comments upon the
present occupant of the White
House: "In plain truth, the man
is not adapted to the office, any
more than the otlice is to the man.
lie regards the Presidency as a
personal property, to which so
many prerequisites, many of t hem
more than doubttui, are attached,
ait or whicti may oe used tor me
profit of himself, his family, and
his multudinous connections. He
thinks it was conferred upon him
in reward for his military services,
and that no citizen has a right to
find fault with Jiis property,
whether he be prodigal or not.
This is about General Grant's idea
of the Chief Magistracy of the lie
public. It is very evident that his
j education was neglected, and his
j habits of thought loosely formed.
un me migiuy resources ot a
great nation ;xl his back, he may be
a soldier ot merit, but as a Presi
dent he is worse than a failure,and
naraiy rises to the night ot a re
spectable Alderman. A change is
needed to lilt the Presidency up
from the gutters into which it has
been dragged, to give eilieieuey 1
the office and to bring back some
thing of the pure and patriotic
tone which has heretofore been as
sociated with our highest station.
Death of an Or.i Editor. Col.
Richard Rust died on his ranch, in
Calaveras county, California, on
the 15th ult., aged 04 years. lie
came to California in 1S49, aud had
been a constant resident of that
State since that early period. He
was a Democrat, and edited, at.
various times.ne-.vs-r!--. .-, Tnat have
Mirvived him. In 1S50 he estab
lished the I'kcjoj (fr j,, San Fran
cisco. At a later period he started
the Placer llrahl at Auburn.
which is still a Democratic journal.
j Afterwards, lie founded the Marys
I villi JJ.rjrt, which is now sus
pended. I It
e next ourehased the
.DtrniHTatic Sfdmluril at. Siwrnmoiv
to, and his latest connection in
journalism was with the Calitceras
(ILronh-ln, which he sold iu I SGI,
and it is now conducted asaKadi
cal sheet. Since then Col. Kust
resided on his farm at Gleneoe. lie
leaves a wife and several children
to lament his loss. He was a man
of tine culture, and his social quali
ties endeared him to a lar-e circle
Too Mi-cu ! We hear the pain
ful rumor from Massachusetts
remarks the St. Louis Time., that
Ben. Butler is likely to desert
Grant and go over to Greeley.
Now in the name of all the Gods
at once, what evil have we done to
merit such an affliction as this?
The great Liberal and Democratic
party of the country could tolerate
almost anything in creation, but to
bo broken down and dishonored by
association with a bottle imp and
spoon lifter is too much for Chris
tian patience aud forbearance.
From all such, good Lord deliver
What It Means,
. in tlir. i-liptnri ill worn mi's! nft',.,.
j tion is a sentimental hyperbole
1 -i - '
... s.-.w . . . v. - - J ,T 4l 1 1 : i -
i meamnir a penoa oe exact v tvo
A woman, notwithstanding she
is the best of listeners, knows her
business, and it is a woman's busi
ness to please. I don't say that it
is. not her business to vote, but I
do say that the woman who does
not please is a false note in the
harmonies of nature. She may not
have youth, or beauty, or even,
manner, but she must have some
thing in her voice or expression, or
both, which it makes you feel bet
ter disposed towards your race to
look at or listen to. She knows
that as well as we do; and her iirst
question alter you have been talk
ing your soul into her consciousness
is, did 1 please? A woman never
forgets her sex. She would rather
talk with a man than an angel, any
day. AVomenly women are very
kind critics, except to themselves
and now and then to their own sex.
The less there is of sex about a wo
man, the more she is to be dread
ed. But take a real woman at her
best moment well dressed enough
to be pleased with herself, not so
replendent as to be a show and a
sensation, with the varied outside
influences that set vibrating the
harmonic notes of her nature stir
ring in the air about her: and what
has social life to compare with one
of those vital interchanges of
thought and feeling with her that
make an hour memorable? What
can equal her tact, her delicacy,
her subtlety of apprehension, her
quickness to feel the changes of
temperature as the warm and cool
currents of thought blow by turns?
At one moment she is microscopic
ally intellectual, critical, scrupulous
in judgment as an analyst's balance,
and the next as sympathetic as the
open z'ose that sweetens the wind
from whatever quarter it finds its
way to her bosom. It is in the
hospital.de soul of a woman that
a man forgets he is a stranger, and
so becomes natural and truthful,
at the same time that he is mesmer
ized by all those divine differences
that make her a mystery and a be
wilderment. G eumax Si; xt i. mi; xt in" Illinois.
From the Peoria .Democrat we clip
the following kerns:
"The individual who was sent
from Chicago to this place for the
purpose of establishing a German
Grant paper, finds himself in a
lamentable position. After spend
ing a week here and in Pe!in, he
had to return to Chicago with a
ilea in his ear.
" In Springfield, Grant stock is at
a still greater discount. A trial
vote taken among the. Germans at
Springfield resulted in 751 votes
for Greelev, 4 for Grant, and 14
Thus the ball keeps roTing on.
The WavTiiky Do. "Jeritsha,
I don't sec how they send letters
on them ere telegraph wires with
out tearing them all to pieces."
Why, Jake, you jooso, they don't
send the paper, hut just send the
writin' in a fluid state."
The JSaltiiuore Platform.
Following is the platform adopted, by
the Democratic Convention at Laltimore ;
on the nth of July. Ls72: j
1. We rec iiiizc t lie equality of men be- :
fore tlie law, and hoi 1 that it is the duty of j
the government, in its dealings with the i
people, to mete out eq ial and exact j'istice
to all, of whatever nativity, race, color or
lie suasion, religion or political.
2. We pledge ourselves Ui maintain the
law, the union of these slates, emancipation
and enfranchisement, and to oppo-e any re
opening of the questions settled by the
Thirteenth Fourteenth and Filteenih amend
ments to the constitution.
I!. We demand the imnn-diate and abso
lute removal of all disabilities imposed on
account of the rebellion, which was finally
subdued seven years air,n, believing that
universal amnesty will lestilt incomplete
pacdicatim in all sections of the country.
4. Local self-government with impartial
sutt'rae wdl ijjuard the rights of all citizens
more securely than any central zed power.
The public welfare demands the supremacy
of the civil over the military authority, and
freedom of peson under ttie protection of
the Inthctt C' ). We demand for the in
dividual the large-t liberty consistent v i tli
public order, for'the state self-government,
an 1 for the nat'ou ti return to the methods
of peace and the constitution;;! iiuufiUions
o. The civil service of the government
has become a mere instrument of p.irt'san
tyranny and pi-rsonal ambition and ano'ject
of selfish greed. It is a scandal and re
proach upon free institutions, and breeds a
demoralization dangerous to the perpetuity
of a republican government.
(. We therefore regard a thorough reform
of the civil service as one ot the most press
ing necessities of the hour; that tionestv,
capacity and lidel.ty coii-t.uue the only valid
claims to public employment; that t!ie"ot!i ;es
of government cease to be a matter of ar
b tr.irj favoritism and patronage, and that
public station will become again the post of
honor. To this end it is imperitivt Iv re
quired that no president shall be a candidate
7. We demand a system of federal taxa
tion which shall not unnecessarily interfere
with tiie industry of the pe p!e. and which
shall provide the means necessary to pav the
expenses of the government, economical! v
the interest on the public debt, and a moder
ate annual reduction of the principal thereof;
and recognizing that there are ia our midst
honest but ii rec mcilabie differences of opin
ion with regard t) the tespective systems of
protection and tree trade, we remit the (lis
cussion of the subject to the people in Iheir
congressional districts, an 1 the deci-a-m of
congress thereon, wholly frLe of executive
interference or dictation."
5. The public credit mu-t be sacre.llv
maiutained, an I we denounce repudiation iu
every form and gu'se.
9. A speedy return to specie pavment is
demanded, nlike by the highest considera
tions of commercial morahtv and honest
lo We remember with gratitude the
iieroi.-m ana sacrifices ot the soldiers and
sailors ot the republic, and no t of ours
shall ere detract from our justlv5 earned
fame or thj lull rewards of their Patriot
11. AVe are opposed to all further gnats j
of lands to railroads or other corporations. '
The public domain should be held sacred to !
actual settlers. j
We hold that it is the dutv of the
government, in its intercourse with" foreiirn '
nations, to cu'.iiva'e the friendshipsof peace
by treating with all on fair and equal terms;
regarding it alike dish. moi u.We either to de
mand what is not rijjht, or to submit to
what is wrong.
IS. For the promotion and success of the
several principles and support of the candi
dates nominated by this convent on, we in
vite and cordialU- welcome the co-operatiou
of all patriotic citizens, witho'it rognrd to
prteius p'd'ti:al urr!iati-n. I
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LlbriAitl ,
A UCTIOXAXD COMMISSION
A. II. ISiIa:a.rIsoj3S,
Corner ol Front aud Oakstreets, Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, (JeneralMerchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneei
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined JJar and Bundle Iron
English Square aud Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheetiron, It. G. Iron
A large assortmentof Groceries and Liquors
A. B.RiciiAUDbON, Auctioneer
OREGON' CITY', OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS INT
HOOTS & SHOES,
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM C ASS 1 M K R E 8, FLA XX ELS,
TWEEDS A X D 15LAXKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool iu exchange.
j Zfl ""' also pay the highest prices for
j Butler. Eggs, and all kinds of good country
j produce. I will sell as low as any house
i in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in go d
j6S Give 'me a ca'.I aud suti fy yourselves
JOHN '.M VERS.
J.tu. IU, 171 tf
SPRING & SUMMER GGGDS
J EST RECEIVED AT
DEAL Kit IN
LOOTS AND SHOES.
II A UDWAli E. GROCE It ! E
CROCKER V, XOTIOXS, AC.'
maix st ii e e r, o eg o x citv.
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pav the highest market price.
If you desire irond Goods, at LOW Pries,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
s'ock of Spring Goods.
G I V E ME A CALL AXD COXYIXCE
Mv M otto is, QUICK SALK.S AND .SMALL
I' I'd FITS.
For which I will pav the highect market
April 14. Is71:tf
"i -k .f t - i v i i i i i i . i i Til l i , : j -
OREGON CITY, -
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
tor sale, cukap fok cash,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Lureatis, Lounges, Rocking Chairs, What
nots, Bet steads, Wa hstands. Curled
itair and I'ulu Matresses, Pulu Pil
lows, Spring Beds, Window
Shades, Fictare Frames,
Mouldings, Ac., ore.
J'-?? "Special attention given to Upholstery
work in all its branches. Orders tilled with
promptness. Heoairing don with neatness
uipI dispatch. Furniture made to order.
"Croods delivered to any part of town
free of charge. Call and examine for your
selvas. m i v 7 ii''.t
- a i) 1 1 ( j.ioniiM
FOIl HIE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BUNDS AND DOORS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
H-ir They will also do TURNING, of ivrj
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl !
ALL WO UK WAliK ANTED.
Shop on the Itiver. in Lewis' shop,
opposite Oregon City Mills.
MA1X STHKET, - - OUEt'OX CITV.
MAM'FACTl'RER AND IAIPORTER OF
s.niLix haums rr-fh.
s i) i i , i : it y -1 1 a ii i- 'm
WARE, tc, vwc.
riUCH HE OFFERS aS CHEAP AS
can be had in the Mate, at
Wholesale or Re' ail.
ittTl warrant all mv troods as repreenteJ .
Oregon City, April 17.1S72. DS'.'tf..
nOME-MADL CARPET FOK SALE AT
Business Directory of Portland, Orrgon.
rrCLlsHKl) BY L. SAMUEL,
General Advertising Agent, Vo front Strett.
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
Xo. M) Pirt sti-ttt. Importers aud Job
bers of Fancy Goods, To vs. Crockery, Glass
ware and Plated Ware.
A stor House, First st., between Oak and
Pine. Everything neat. Ii. L. Longfel
BOORS, STATIONERY a"D PERIODICALS,
11AXCKOKT t MORSE,
Agents for Mabie, Todd A Co.'s celebrated
Ivison, LMakeman, Taylor & Co's School
Looks. Ju.t J'ubiixhetl, a full line of Legal
IHititk fur this State.
Jarman, the only direct Importer of Clolh
J)ing, Ac., cor. Front k Washington sts.
CHAS. C. BARRETT
W II O 1. K SALE
LARGEST STOCK IX p (JUTLAND.
IVo. 79 Front ami o. ."jJAVusIi
i nut on t !- ts.
EUK, WILLIAM A SOX, 12i Front st.
Importers and dealers in
Guns, Ilitls mid Hi-vol vr
' of every description.
Fishing Tackle, Fancy Goods. Heads, Bird
Cages, Baskets, Croquet Games, and
Agents foi the "California' Powder Works;"
also, for the "Wheeler A Wilson
"eck, John A., 1'2! Front street, practical
5 Watchmaker & Jeweler. Work done
for the Trad
HOOK AM) JOB lKKNTi:US-
HIMES& 15ACHELHF.il 00 Front street.
)r!iri;iiii A Leiiihait, First st. bet Oak A
3 Pine, importers of Stoves, llanges,
if hanan, W. A , s. w. cor. First A Taylor
Cheapest Furniture House in Port
CCiarke, Henderson A Coo
i street. Dealers in Dry
Henderson & Cook, Si A First
tlohn ,t Lo.'enfcld, 14s Front st. Comtnis-
si on Merchants & Healers in Oregon &
Clongle, J. Ii .
Manufacturer A Dealer in
aruess, and Saddlery Hard
ware, '."' rrotit .street.
Cvirrier, W A Co., Li-5 Front st. Merchant
Tailors and Clothiers, Hats Furnishing
Lishmutt A Oatman, '.'2 Fr uit street.
Real Estate Agents, money loaned.
DENTAL GOODS,';." -.
DR UG GISTS, wo":
AUD ACO. 101 Front street. Orders Iroin
any portion of the Slate or Territories care
fully filled by m. id or express.
iwensti in A Co. Furniture and
-larpet dealers Stores from 131 to l-"s
ilovment Aunev. Witheivll A Hoi
JTVerd ng A Leebe, lo From stieet
mission Merchants and dealers
rs in Do-
ltH-stie Pi od nee.
7" i.tliiun Lively n.bUi, vor. First .-iulmon
sts E. Corbet t, Prop, (rood turn-outs
always on hand.
i "i "fTM-he! A 11. bel ts, ror. Fii:
st A Washington
.1 st.. Dealers A Manutac. Cothing, l'urn-
Treehwd, Dr. B. Ii., Dentist
JL Dercuni's Block, cor
First & V as Il
ill Si Steel. 7-" asot 77 First street. Deal
1T ers in look, Stavionery, aud Musical
I nst ni ineiits.
GRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
The largest Mu-dc House on the Coast.
STE1NWAV PMXttS, IHKDETT ORGANS,
CS. I. OcPK.VXS, Miiiiiis;i-r.
SOI.K AUEXCV FOR THE
i,.L-onor a- STi'inp ( rnrers jitio oeaiers
ill all kinds of Seeds, cor. First and
uibutger, B , LiO First street, importer
uid dealer in Statile Fancy Drv Goods,
tndee. 1 II., Photogr ipbic Artist, s. -v.
cor. rrrst and Moiri-on sts. Child s
J'ict. spec lty.
enrichse:), L. C. & Co., loj First street.
Manul'acturers and dealers ui Jewelrv
Hibbard, Geo. L.. '.'S Front st.. wholesale
dealer in Groceries, Doors, Wagon Ma
Hodge, Calef Co., 07 Front st., whole
sale dealers in drug-, Paints, Oils,
TTA IT? Sewing Machine, straight
JL.1V JjMl.I j needle, under feed, "lock
stitch." Competition challenged. M. L
Traver, 11 "2 Front st.
Shindlcr, Nos. 1 r,t to 172
ImpMters Furniture, Bed
nfernational Hotel, cor
Front and Morri
son s's. M. lludohih. Prop. Free Buss
s. M. 1
T.ohri. J. l- Co.,;il Front st., wholsale and
j retail dealer in Fine Clothing, Furnish
ai-on Doree Bcstaurant, private rooms
for Families, cor. 1st and Pine streets.
Q. Voos. Prop.
M artin, E. & Co., wholesale dealer in
Wines A- Liquors, O. S. X. Go's Block,
and San Frau
Meier V Schmcer, 111 Front st.., wholesale
aad retail Confectioners.
Miller, John P... ! 1st. st. Watchmaker A'
Jeweler, oilers to Pie public a tine as
sortment of Watches, Clocks and J-we!ry-
, . , , Tl . 1 .
oeller A Co , Front near , s., i -eaiei s
in native and lorcign W ines, L'.qnors
"VTorthrup. K. '-. liaroware. iron, isi,t-ei,
Hubs. Spokes, Hardwood Lumber, cf-c,
T T I T S- 1
accidental Hotel, cor. first and Morrison
Smitti A; Cook, Proprietors.
13ari-h, Wat-cms A Cornell, Real Estate
Agents, U0 Front street, bet. Alder and
OHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS: C. II. Wood
1 ard & Co., 101 Front st.
1ice, J. M..1-J7 Front street, wholsale
V dealer in Tinware and Stoves.
lbo first st.. importer of
IV Berlin wooden Carving
I arlor Orna
1) ider. G, C, Real Estate & Money Broker,
V V' Front, street. Portland.
i Fo-cnoaurri, i.i( o I obacconist-, import
j. . cra oi rvttign aot I'oine-stic Liquors.
) uss House, Front st. On First Class Prin
j cipal. Thomas Kyan, Proprietor.
herlock, S., 01 Front and 02 First sts ,
O dealer in Harness, SaddUry aud Sad
imon, J.,5t Front street, dealer in Door
&, Blinds, W indow tV 1'Iate Olass.
Sinshemier, 11., 1)7 First St., importer of
Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, Muic In
Qkidrrore. S. ti.. li-i First st. Druggist A
O Apothecary, a large stock of Perlumeiy
A- Toilet Articles.
Smith & Davis, 71 Front sheet, wholesale
dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils. Window
Glass, Perfumery, Ac.
Snow A Boos, T-i First sfrtet. Pictures.
Frames, Moldings, Artist's Mat'.s, Draw
O until. Put . Broker. f0 Front st.
O Legal Tenders, Go' crnment Bonds
and Gold Dust.
OTOK, II. L Xn 107 Front Str t.
O Watchmaker & Manufacturing Jeweler
is appointed Asient for the Waltham, Elsrin.
E. Howard. v Co., Chas. E. Jacot, and the
California Watches; also, for all the produc
tions aud imports of the California Jewelry
(Yrrpany, San Francisco. Send for circular.
Watches repaired in the very best manner
and WAita antki) to give satisfaction.
f ferry Bros., No. 173 First street, manulac
JL tnrers and aealers in Furniture, Bed
ding. Carpets, Ac.
rihe Clothing store. IB! FYoni st. Clot!nng,
JL Furnishing Golds, Boots aud Shoes.
Harris A Prager.
uttle. II. IL, i A 14 i rront st. liealer
in Wagons A Agricultural Implements.
rvne, F. D., n. w. cor. First & Oak sts.,
l dealer in Brandies, Wines, English Ale
' I ' v i er, J . .v., Ii. front sr.. wholesale
JL er iu Butter, Itrgs, Clieese, Laid, Ba
ams i"c .Myers, , central liloctc.
rout st., Commission .Merchant.-; A
deal's in Produce.
Y7"ha!ev A Ferhheimer, Attorneys A So-
V licitifrsin Bankiuptcy. Ollice in Odd
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD!
S. ACKERMAN & CO-
liLCEIVLI) A LA ROE
mma. & simmeii goods, !
Chcapei" tliiiEi tle CEaea;ei.
V."e would say, come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of e
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
CllOTHING, II ATS,
loots and shoes,
and a fjreat many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putt'.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOOIi wanted, for which we payd
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. AOKERMAN & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, 1371:tf
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. PILKINGTON, M. D.,
I ATE OF SAN FRANCESCO, HAS LO
j cated in Portland, Oregon. Ofliee : In
Holmes' Rnildinff. First st reet ( three doors
from Ladd & Tiltoirs 15,ink where he may
be consulted daih-, and will treat diseases
oF the ;.l..ve naiuw org. ins Zf.
All ootrrations upon the Eve and Ear per
formed in the ruf'st scieuiiiig ;iud careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all ihebeauty
and mobility of the natural eye, inserted.
Refers by permission, for his professional
standing, to L. C. Lane, M. 1)., Professor o!
Surgery, and Edwin Hentley, M. I)., Profes
sor of Anatomy, University of the Paciiic.
San Francisco; and for his success in the
treatment of cases, to over l.ooo cases tieat
ed bv him, in San Francisco ; also, to Levi
Ests. Esq., Rev. T. L. Eliot, Portland ; Ym.
H. Dillon, Esq., Vancouver. W. T. ; and
many others Oregon and Washington Ter-
J. M. Till) M PSOX,
C W. FITCH.
TH l FITCH,
Real Estate Agents,
E U G E fl CITY, OREGON,
OFFICE TWO DOOllS XORTU OF THE POSTOKFICE.
REAL ESTATE ROUGIIT AXD SOLD,
LOANS NEGOTIATED. AND AB
STRACT OF TITLES FURNISHED.
WE II AVE A COMPLETE AR.STRACT
of Title of all property in Eugene
City, and perfect plats of the same, prepar ed
witli great care. We will practice in the
Liferent Courts of the Stat.-. Special at
tention given to the collection of all claims
that may be placed in our hands. Legal
Tenders bought and sold. septt
Store to Rent.
rpHESTOKE HOUSE FORM ERLY OCCU
1 pied by Kafk a, on Rock Creek, 12 miles
from Aurora, situated at a fine point for
country trading post ; can be bad on very
reasonable terms. This is a desirably point
for a man with small capital to go into busi
ness. Enquire of JOHNSON .t McCOWV,
july.'ijtf. t Orejwu City, Oregon.
To Stock Drovers
THE KOAO ACROSS TUt CASPir.
JL Mountains, ktiowa us n,e pu J
uraut Koad," is now In si.b..,i;a ' , 'H"
the accommodation ofthepublic Tl Pi . "r
on the road have all Uni thoroughly &-
ed, and Movk drover will find iT uo 't '1''
r.leiity of good water" ,..,.1 C' .Lt""
Cross t be Mountain hi- .1.; . '""
sides of the Mountains, tud tie di t
across is only 5o miles being the shoi t .
well as the best road over the Catct, Mo
tarns. Stock droves un,l . . 0U1 -
ir. 10 men- auvantage to trarel
.: i . o'-u-.d wi 1 1 a
1 oJes l easonable.
ver this rout.
Clackamas county, June 21st, lfs72.
In the Circuit Court ot the State of Orcjron f ,
Clackamas county. "W't
31 A it i. Plaintiff
VFAYETTE PHILLIPS, lx-ft -ndent pi,
X TUB NAME OF THE ST tv 7
- gon, you are hereby notitied and ,",;, i.
.pear in the l-ove en itk-,1 court ami ai
"e piaintitf, filed iu
, M'.thin ten days tron, I ,
uate oi ine MTMee oi tins summons 1on v "V.
served in ( Iaekamas county, and if -ervefl i,,
other county of this S,.lte tlwn withiu "y
days lroiu such s- i viee, and it wrved bv piiMi
tion, you iire notitied and required to ai.j,e.lr J'-'o
answer said wiwiil.imt on or before the -ph Alrm
day of October, 1S72, that bein- the first iiyJ,'f
the next term of the Circuit Court lor the Stut -of
Oregon for Clackamas county, which will
)iell next after the expiration of "the period nrt
scribed by the order of said court for tiie publi.-f
tion ot this summons; anil if vim fail to ai"
pear and answer, the jdaintilf will apjiy to tlj
court for the relief jiraytil for in the comphiint
which is in substance as follows: that the bond'
of matrimony now exist iner between plaintitf and
defendent be dissolved and that the custody of
said minor children be decreed to plaintiff. a,i
fir general relief, al-o. costs and disbursements
and you are further notified that thellun. W.
Vptun, Judjjre of said Circuit Court, on the 23d
day of August, lsi72, made an order directimr flu;
summons to be served by publication iu the Urc
gon City Knterprise for six successive -week"
August :(ith, 1X72. 0
11 L" FLAT &- WARUEX,
4tnr.v Attorneys for Plaint ilf.
, " .-", "' K-n clays from H,.,
"Will sew everything needed in a family, from
the Lsaviest to the lightest fabric.
it ins 33mr: v.onrc,
jumz: iiiis f work,
axi iszrrrER v.'ork,
u any ether machine.
Tf there l.i a rioreneo Ff-nir.c; JTa
chine wiihiu or.e thous.-md miles of
San Fraiu-isco pot v-orking -well nnd
fiivinpr entire Katisfnction, if Ii:;u in
I'ormeil of it, it vill Lo attended to
wi'hout expense of any Lind to tL&
EAITLTZL LULL, A-ert,
10 Tie-.v f.!(?ni!jomery Street,
Grand lio'.e! Eyilcinr, San Francisco.
firmt for Circulars and aampirit nf
the irorlc. Active Agents xcautcd it
PRIVATE r.EDICAL AfP.
Quick Cui t s anil Moil(iii(f ( haigri
Or- W. K. Goherty's
Piivap 3I-lital isii 1 1; 1 J it i t nl r,
No. 519 Sacramento Street, corner of
LeidtSOrffi (f I'tv doors beiow.
the What Cheer House.)
(Private entranciMChi 1 .eide.-dor P M i rct.'i
Established li.xpltssly to A fluid tie Aihit'
Sound and Scitnt ific JI t dical A ii. i n t In
Treatment and Cure of all I'liii te :il A
t'bronic Diseases, Cases ol Seciecx ari-i a 1 1
Sexual Disorder s.
To t ht Aniirtrd.
DR. V. K. DOHELTY reii.rr.s his siinre
thanks to his j.uireroos jinticnts loi llt:r
patronage, and would take ibis i p oilrr itj
to remind t l.cm thai be iiiMn i t s Ii rn m It
at his Institute for tie cm e of t Iim ! ii r'is
eases of the Lungs. Liver, Kiins, l if-t1"
live and (Jenito-Ui inai Ores, i s, t i ti bd
private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its h u s
and stagi s, Semii.al "WViikr.ers iindidMlr
horrid consequences of scit-al iue. ( rfii
luea. (Jleet, Strictures, Ncctcmal to d Lii:
rial I'liiissions. Sexual Dibil.ty, I i s o.-t s
he Rack and Loinf, i l.fb.r. nuitirn cl il c
Lhidder and Kidneys, et .; s r;d 1 c hp
that his long experience and svcccssHil I iiif
tice will continue toin.-ure bin a si : n tf
p iblic jiatronagCy Ry the piiu ticc id v :ry
years in L'nroe and the Utiittd Stntts. l.c is
enabled to a pply t he most ill.citJt itc'Mr-
essfu I remedies against dise a sfs (d a ! I 1. it ( .
Fie uses no tnercu ry . cbn i es metier 'c,l i 1 :,f
his patients in a collect !ind hot ors.bic ,
and has references of ur.tjucstior.i-ble wii'ti
ty from rncn of know n i es cc t : Id! ity m
high standing in society. Alljurtits en
suiting him by letter or ot hei v if-r, v ill f)
ceive the best and gentlest ti ciiiins i-t ii 3
implicit seen cy.
"When a female is in 'trouble, or i ffh ff
with disease, a s weakness of the liiikirl
limbs, pain in the head, diint tss vt h
loss of muscular power, )aliitatit ii if "c
heart, irrita bilify , ner yiuimu ss, extrt n t 't
inary tlitliculties . derungt n nt ni dtpts-tiif
functions, general debility, viiginil's, all ''"
eases of the womb, hysteria, steiiliti Did"
other diseases peculiar to fc males, id i i-1 i 11 "
go cr write at once o n.- t.t ), JjlM'ttd f n -ide
doctor, W, K. DOHKRTY, at his Medicul I In
stitute iimli-munll Inniel.llll Jier tIC V.Luf
and disease. The Doctor is t fe et'' F " ll
cures than an v other ph sicrfiii in ilf 8
of California." Let no false delicnrj pikti r,t
von, but apply i mined iately ard save furM.C
from painful sntl'ei ings and preniatui o (!-'l-All
married ladies, w hose delicate J. a 11 1. or
other circumstances prevent an iro ri flf " 'r'
their families dinuld write or call tit IR- "
K. DOIIERTY'S Medical Institute, m d tl'J
will receive every possible relief ai d lif M '
Tlie Doctor's ofiices are so armnpf d tl- ,e
cau be consulted without fear of ol scnulu .
Patients residing ia any port of the Stt'
however distant,- who ma vdr sire tl.r Op'rii
and advice of DIl.lOHERTY in thrir tl:, c"
five cases, and who think proper to Milnin
written statement of such, in prefer ryfti
holding a perioral interview, arerc 'T4-'... ( 6
Iv assured that tfferr comniunicatiri wl",
held sacred and confidential. If ieC' '
fully and candidly desciibed, pcrsoraJ c
munieation will be unnccessnry, as
Hons for diet. regimen and the gcDcrai i. r .
ment of ttie case itself (including ,lerf "
dies'), will be forwarded without 1elH y "j f
in such a manner as to convey no tnc '' .
purport of the letter or parcel p, tr! ,wi,P'
ir-Consultation by letter or otcr '
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed ornci .
DR. DOHERTY has just pu' Mshfd p
portant pamphlet, embody iiijz -'J8 w " rc r
and experiences in if -Infion to ,n'I0' ' Jf'
Virility ht-ir.tr a Short TreHtife cn J,,
torrho'a or Seminal Weakness, ervcup
Physical Debility consequent on trn.
titn, and other diseases of the Se x' VTJ fhf
This little work contains i nfortTf ty -1 ,f
utmost value to aH.wbether married or. nf
and will be sent FREE by mail on.recnf Let.
six cents in postage stamps for reti.ro 1
Y. K .. DOI1 KKT l ' ,
UIVOI IV k-tovij
A. NOLTNER, (F
NOT A RY P UBMG . KN TF R F R 1 sr. CI t 1
Oregon Gil', Jan ; l3:tf
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