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L)l i: AMN(i 'Mil-: KO.SKS.
Twas on one April morning,
Just at the close of day,
I met a damsel walki:i-r
In a tvo-v heel e.l "One horse Shay."
O Th horse she was riding
Went sailinir toward tlio moon;
Oh! didn't she "go a kiting"
Way up in that balloon.
She looked hack from the steamer,
The conductor's name was Moses;
The curs came in aii'l she got out,
'Twas love among the ru.-es.
O Now I liate to lie, hut then I shan't,
I would if I could, !tnl now I can't.
She was stanilinii on lac platform,
And when she" goes- s!ie goses,
At the Calico hall I lo-t my heart,
Twas love anions the roses.
Hook a walk next evening,
In the moiiiiiiir's ea:ly dawn:
I saw mv Jane Matilfta
In the "iranleii hoeing corn,
I cnraged her for the polka,
lint she said she had the blues,
And so laid bv her sewing,
To ask me all the news.
The Theater was crow ded,
" Where the Huh: b::tterily reuses;.
The school bell ramr:.iid in she went,
Twas love anions the ror.es.
I confess I hate Matil ";a,
Matilda sunt her name.
I never saw her in my life.
And I never shall a.jain.
I don't know how she dresses.
Hut it's scrumptious, rich and grand.
And when tiro msec her,
I'll for her sister's h nd.
So now I'll stop where I began,
You idl can wipe your noses,
I've told vou all I know about
1 This love among the roses.
what is i.ovi:?
nvcJiroKN !: jr. mi'xdav.
"What is love?" the m:iden asked.
Then I wrote these words of truth:
"When the brain is lightly tasked,
Iiove's a passion in our vouth.
"When we enter manhood s race,
Grasp the honors ot'oir time,
Find them empty, worthless, base,
J,ovo's a solace in our prime.
"When our hairs are blanched by years.
Pain and fears our thoughts engage ;
Still it glistens through our tears,
Ijcive's a habit in our age."
licant the maiden on mv chair,
Staved my hand with playful strife,
Shook her sunny silken hair,
" Eove," she whispered, "is m: k life !"
Jeeiiis and lAzc on their V edding- j
The train from Grafton, a few days
since, stopped nt one of the way sta
tions, to take on a couple aiewl y mar
O ri&l. 15oth were, young, and both
wen verdant; having been raised in
the. wilds of Western Virginia neither
of them liad ever leen iii'ty miles
from home. They li.i.l heard of rail
ways, steamboats, l..c-.motives and
hotels, Imt had nev r experienced
the comforts of any the aforemen
tioned institutions, deems and L,ize
had determined on this, the. most
important event of their lives, to
visit the world, particularly that
portion of it known as Parkerslmrgh.
No wonder that they wore amused
and delighted, when the. locomotive,
steaming and snorting, with the
leautiful crimson ears following, it
came in sight.
" Those your trunks'?" enu the
" Well, I sorter c dculate them's
'em." said Jeems.
The trunks (a spotted hair trunk
and a very old fashioned valise)
were soon m the baggage ear, iol low
ed by Laze and Jeems.
"I'll be dnrn'd if railroads ain't u
O fine thing," said Jeems, seating him
self on his luggage and carefully
holding1 up the tail of his tight
wasted 1 lue, adorned v.itli resplen
dent metal buttons, out of the dust. J
luze, sit here ny me.
" Come out of that," said the bag
page master, " vou nr-i! in the wrong
"The hell I am! D'ye s'pose I
don't know what I'm about? These
is my traps, and I calculate to stay
whar they ar'. Keep quiet. Laze;
they say we've got to light our way
"through the world, anyhow, and if
that chap with the cap on wants
anything, why, I'm his man. Don't
want any yer fool in' r und me!"
Here tho conductor interposed
and explained matters, insomuch
that Jeems consented to leave his
traps and follow him. What was
his delight when he surveyed the
magnificence of the lirst-cl.is.-: car
into which lie was ushered. His im
agination had never, in its wildest
Uight, pictured anything half so gor
geous, lie was aroused from the
contemplation of the fplendor of tlie
" Jewhillikins! wh;.t in the. thun
der's that, exclaimed .Teems.
" That's the horse s paealing when
they punch him in the ribs with a
pitchfork, to make him go along,"
said a sleepy individual just behind
" Look hero, strange r," said Jeems,
' I know you think I'm a darned
fool; maybe I am; 1-ut there's one
thing I know, and that is, that, you
will get your mouth broke, if you
don't keep it shut. I don't say
Gmueh " just at that moment they
found themselves in Egyptian dark
ness, then was heard a scream almost
equal to that of the engine, from
Laze, as she threw her arms around
the neck of Jeems.
" I know it!" exclaimed the sleepy
individual; "wo are all lost, every
O mother's son of us. We can prepare
t make the acquaintance of the
pentleman in black, who tends the
big lire down below."
" Oh, Lord! Jeems. what will be
come of us? I felt skerry about get
tin' on the outlandish thing at fu.-t."
"Keep quiet, Lize! hollerin' won't
do any pood now. Ef you know any
praver, now's your tiuie to oiler it,
for both of ns.""
"What's the matter here?" said
the astonished conductor, coming up
a-sHhe train emerged once move into
" That's jest what I'dlike to know,"
said Jeeiuss when ho saw that Lize
and himself were still alive.
"We've just passed through
Eaton's tunnel," replied our polite
" How far are you going?"
" Well, I reckon we'll stop at
" Show your ticket-, if you please."
" Sartinly. Lize, you got some
with yon! Let this gent look at 'em."
Lire drew a piece of white paper
from her recticule, and, with a smile,
handed it to our frie id the conduc
tor, who road:
"The pleasure of your company is
respectfully solicited," etc.
" What's this!" said the captain.
" Why, that's one of the tickets to
our woddiu'; that's what you uske
for hain't it?" said the somewhat
" Whaw! Whaw! Whaw!" was the
discordant sound that arose from the
seat of the sleepy individual.
A bland smile passed over the face
of tha captain, as he explained the
meaning to our verdant friend, lie
had no ticket, but willingly paid his
fare, and the train spoil on to its des
tination. lut wonders did not cease
here presently our newsjaper boy,
Sammy entered the ear and stepping
up to Jeems, he asked:
"Have a S sir?"
" Wall, if I have my way about it,
the fust one will be a son, sartin,"
said Jeems. Lize blushed.
"Don't count your children be
fore they are hatched," said Sammy,
as he hastened to the next car.
In due time the train stopped at
the big depot, in this city. Amid
the confusion of strange noises and
the babble of discordant voices, our
friends landed on the platform.
"us, sah? I.ns, sah! fret: for the
United Stales!" said the sable por-
! tor of our np-town house. " Lady
take a bus. sah?
" Wa'll, I rather s'pose she Avon't
from anvbodv but me reckon I'm
able, to do all in that line she wants,
and more too."
" (Jo to the Swan House, sah? right
across de street be.-t house in de
city. This way, sir? any baggage?
Have it sent to your room in a few
In a short time Jeems and his
bride found themselves in one of
those comfortable rooms on the sec
ond iloor of that well-ordered estab
lishment, tho Swan House. The
baggage wsvS sent up with the usual
promptness, and our friends were
soon making their toilet for dinner.
Jeems had his coat and boots oil' in a
jiiiy, and Lize's hair hung gracefully
over her shoulders.
)' That's a deuced pretty torsel!"
said Jeems, o ing tho bell cord,
"wonder what it's fur," catching
hold of it. "Look, it works up
thereon a sort of athingumbob. I'd
like to have that torsel to put on my
horse's head next muster day; see
how it works," said he, giving it a
Presently the door opened, and the
sable face of one of Africa's sons was
thrust i:to the room, with the in
quiry of " Iling, sah ?"
" iting? ring- what, you black ape?
if yon do not. quit looking at my
wife and make yourself c r.o, 111
wring your ho;ul oif."
" Stop a miniiit," said Lize: what
is the name of the man tint keeps
" T il-. Conlev, inarm."
"Well, toll Ids l.i.ly that she need
not go to any extra fixings on our
account, for we are plain people,"
said the amiable bride.
" As th'-y used to say in our de
bating soei'-ty," interrupted Jeems,
" I'll amend the motion bv saying
the oost you'e got I am able to pay
for, and don't care for expen
"Tee-hoe! Tee-hoe!" was tho only
audible reply from the sable gent,
as he harried down stairs.
Dinner came, and was dispatched
with a relish. Jeems and his bride
took a stroll over the city, seeing the
lions and other sights, until supper
time, which being over, they retired
to their rooms. The gas was lit bv
the servant, Aho received a bright:
quarter for his services. Jeems was
last in bed, and according to the rule
in such cases, had to put out the
light, which he did with a blast
from his lungs.
The noise in the street had died
away, and quiet reigned in the
Swan House. The young man on
the watch dozed on his chair. The
clerk (rather corpulent) was about
to retire when he thought he smelt
gas. The guests (some of them)
thought they smelt gas. Much
against his will, the clerk proceeded
to where the leak was. It seemed
stronger in the neighborhood of the
room occupied by the bride and
groom. The clerk concluded to
knock at the door of the groom.
"Who is there?" came from the
" Open the door; the gas is escap
ing." "Gas! what gas?" said Jeems
opening the door.
" Why, here, in the room. How
did yon put the light out?'
" Flew it out, of course."
"You played It." Our amiable
come very near saying a bad word,
but remembering that there was a
la ly in the cay, or rather in the bed,
he chocked his rising temper, and
having lit the gas, proceeded to
show Jeems the mystery of the burn
er, as follows:
" You see this little thing here?
Weil, when you want to put it out
give it a turn this way, and when
you make it lighter, 'you give it a
turn tins way. Serious consequen
ces might have resulted if it had not
been discovered. It might have
sulfonated us all. Xow, be careful
" 3lueh obliged. Hut how the
devil did I know the darned .stuff
was escaping?" responded Jeems.
" Dida't yon smell it?" asked the
" 'Pears to me I did smdl some
thing," said Jeems. " Put Lize. I'll
be durned if I didn't think it 'was
you kase I never slept with a wo
"Well, Jeems I thought it was
you that smelt that way. all the time.
I was jo-t a woTiderin' if all men
smelt that way. It ' wared strange;
but, then, I never slept with a man
afore, in all my life, und didn't know
nothing aboUi it." was the response
of Lize, as she turned over for a nan.
The red in the clerk's face grevv
smilmgly rodder as it reileeted the
light from the burning jet, and a
roguish twinkle lurked in the
corners of his eyes as he turned oil"
tho gas and all was dark, and h ft
our friends in their glow. A sound
of suppressed mirth washeard in the
reaomg room for a few minutes, and
then all was still.
Mrs. Posall.a Underwood, daughter
of the late Penibranst Peale, has pre
sented to the Mount Holly Association,
j ot New Jersey, his painting of '"Wash
i iiigton before Yerktown." valued at
j $iur The frame, which was made
i in Newark, from a black walnut tree
which grew on the homestead of Kob-
ert Morris, the Revolutionary financier
j and bosom friend of Washington, is
ei-hte. n f'N t in eh-eumfe ier.ee.
Few readers can be aware, until they
have had occasion to test the fact, how
much labor is often saved by such a
table as the following, the work of one
now in his grave. If history is poetry,
then here is "joetry personified : "
M'ti, Virginia settled by the Fnjrlish.
loll, New York sr tted'by the Dutch.
10-), Massachusetts settled by tho
1;21, New Jersey settled by the 1 Mitch.
l'j7, Delaware settled by Swedes anil
li, Maryland settled by Irish Cath
olics. V M), Connecticut settled bv Puritans.
ltiW, Kho.le Island settled by Roger
l'i)0, North Carolina settled bv Kng-
lfiTO, South Carolina settled hy the
Kis2, ( h-oruia settled by General Ogle
thorpe, 1711, Vermont admitted into Union.
17'JJ, Kentucky admitted into Union.
17!i, Tennessee admitted into Union.
lii-, Ohio admitted into Union,
lsll, Uonisiana admitted into Union,
lsl.i, 1 ndiana admitte 1 into Union,
lsls, Illinois admitted into Union,
lsll, Alabama admitted into Union,
ls-jn, Maine admitted into Union.
sjl, M issouri admitted into Union.
!-:;, Michigan admitted into Union.
lsiJ, Arkansas admitted into Union.
1st"), Florida admitted into Union,
lsiij, Texas admitted into Union.
sj(j Iowa admitted into Union,
bits, Wisconsin admitted into Union.
ls"(, California admitted into Union.
ls.ji.1, Oregon admitted into Union.
Who worm) i;e an Lmrci:. The
deprivations and miseries of an edi
tor's life are graphically printed by
a French paper. It says: "The ed
itors work is never done. He is
drained incessantly, and no wonder
that he dries up prematurely. Other
people can attend banquets, wed
dings, etc., visits hall of dazzling
light, get inebriated, break windows,
lick a man occasionally, and enjoy
themselves in a variety of ways; but
tho editor cannot. He must stick
tenaciously to his quill. The press
like a sick baby, musti't be left alone
for a minute. If the press is left
to run itself, some absurd person in
dignantly orders the carrier boy to
stop bringing "that internal paper.
Tin re's nothing in it. I won't have
it in the house." Hut there is a good
time coming, we feel coniident, for
the editor, a time when he will be
appreciated. When he will have a
front seat. When he will have pie
every day and wear store clothes
continually. When the harsh cry of
"stop my paper," will no more grate
upon his oars. Courage, 3Iessieur,
A Washington dispatch says that
the impression is gaining ground in
the b".st informed circles that Mr. Ik
Kockwood Hoar will he appointed
Chief Justice of tin Suon-mo Court.
PlVouci:s. Conneetieut had one di
vorce to every eleven marriages last
Jt XT X :!? ISM A A'.Vi ) t 'X'.'JIMHXT.
A LOCAL BEMOG-UTiG NEWSPAPER
v o ii t ii i:
tanner, Baxiip-ss Mm, k Famiiy Cirri
IS.SU i"D HVEUY FRIDAY.
EDITOR AND PUD LIS ITER.
OFFICIAL PAPER F03 CIACXAMAS CO.
OFI'H'K In Dr. Th-ssin's Hrick, next,
door to John Myers' store, np-stairs.
Terms of iit'JsTi;)t if s
Sin.srl'j Copy One Year, In Advance ?J.r)0
Six Mont lis " ' I.o;
Terms of A:lv,'r)i.i:it':
Transient advertisements, including
ail I"-ra! noik-es, S'piare of twelve
lifU'S ei" week ? -'.r'
For cacti sa!seiiie:t. ins-rtioii I.'1'
' He- Column, one vi ;.r - l-'i.i'''
()l!:ir(;T " " " t'1-'"'
liu-iiiicss Card, 1 square, one year 12.00
J) V S I X H S S V A Ji D !.
PHYSICIAN AN'll St'KGKOX,
o it a a o x c i t y, o k b a o x.
t'-i ;fic I'p-Stairs in Cliarm-iri's P.rick,
Main street. aujrl
PORTLAND, - - OREGON.
H ;--()KFI('i: Odd Eel low's Tenipl'eornr
First and A'.-ler slr-ets. K 'si.lence comer
of Main and S' - vent U streets.
Drs. Welcli & Thompson,
0 D D F1JLL0V TEH P J. E,
Corner of Eirit and Aldr Streets,
i'ini,AXi) - oitwiox.
8Villbe in (.)r"iron City m Saturdays.
Nov. ;) :tl
S. HUIXAT. Cir.VS. K. WAKRKN.
il U L AT & V A R R E K
OREGCii CITY, - OREGON.
troiTU'K Cliarm.m'? hrick, Main st.
JDHNSOti McCOW ti
ATTORNEYS AM) fOQ'SELOES AT-LAW.
Oregon City, Oregon.
e-Vill practice in nil tie- Court of th
Stat1. Special atter.tien fiven to cases in
the V. S. Land Hiice ar (rt-pm City.
L. T. 13 A JI I In ,
ATTO R H EY-AT- LAW,
OREGOX CITY, : : OREGOX.
OEEICE Over Topo's Tin store, Main
Qi-H-i:l iittfiilioii Is tlie
O trrv at improvements made recently in
this exe-ll.-nt Maeiiine.an.l to the new sunt
eleirant St vies of Cases added to our list.
3 C 0 1 1 1 NT C .
I.ov tlis -vUo piTfera luc!ilite feoil
inert iio work away from t he operator,
we now have one ol that description, quiet,
easy running and having nil the other pe
culiar excellencies ol the other style.
-m-r- r s T s I
Trtsur . v-lejise. If tJit-re Nowulth
in a ttiousaied miles of San Francisco
not work'mir w. 11. I will attend to it with
out an v expense tot he owner.
SA.Ut Kli II ILL, Arnt.
Hit oJj-?I'clki"e i Ji.-it -n k"W in
iiur' than one mreciioii na oer a re-
ver.ihle feed a "Teat adant;'.'e in lasten
inoiuls of seains, in quilting, etc.
J:tiir.t the I'lorfiicc, or semi ft
J Circular or samides of Work be to
yn:i par.-leise a Sewimr Machine. BUV
Tin; dksl :
Machines sold on liberal terms.
J GAIIUEL HILL, Agent,
N'o. l!li'iv .,!!iii(-(.".in iy Kttcct,
Grain. ILttil ruih!ii. Sun 1' rindt'o.
. fPrnrn-j V,,:-. .-.-.
..-X .rifvP j
.ie- .hVi tPC r
March 21, isr ;.;;
Q u n n o s n n j
v iinli ZO O h L, U i) ,? ,
G. A. - - Prop.
Main Street, Oregon City.
"T? EST niU.TAKI t TA1U.KH IX OMEGOX
3 hav lie.-n ir.trni'.-ie.-.l, the prepri-
tor invites t he atfi-nt irri of hr'lovers i t his
Iopopt:!ar amusement to them.
TJfi JiAIi rs SUl'l'LIKD
with all the eh-.k'f eurtlities f)f I.ifpiors
and Cigars. Scotch, Irisii a::d I,urlon
already lamous Wilis!. ieS a rut Punch; also
a No. 1
m h i ) o t 1 7 ii a s -
is connected with the SaIion.
Ore-en City, Jan. 1, lS'C-tf.
LIVERY, FEED, AND BALE
rpiIE I'NIiKIHiXni PT )PTJ IET Tt OF
1 t h-- f ,iver- S; :i ! i:-- on I 'i': )i s; : i---et , iri-ron
Cit y, i trezoii, keeps coast ant ly on hand
Saddle n iid Jn-e-y Morse,
iluilics, I'arri.-icmin. J'aclts.
1 le will also run a hack to and from the
Wilt"1!? TV p'I'Sim"
during th" sntrinKT s'-naon. with rool
hors es, com j.e tent and .ti: lei a a nly drivers.
TAKE AT LIVING P.ATTS.
.T. M. ! l:..i:i:, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May -J.7, IsT-l.
THE FAVORITE EESHHT !
23 MILES "OVTII OP OltEOOA" CITY,
IX CLACKAMAS COCXTV.
TOifP!! Winn f -n i , ...
, ,!h,,1.t So,1: Sprinss, desires to iuferm
ui'im- u sjiejui a lew iave in the
mountains that this is the i.e.t dep-'-h'VI
place in the Wiiiam-tt" Vnll-v. .v'l'ood
Hotel, Stahlo and hat h-hous - j,,r thc a"
comnioilation of visiha-s.
These Sprites have h'-en ivmn mended
J y Physicians as 1 in- th healthiest and
b-st place for in val ids or person n t!ict(-d
with any complaint to spend the heated
Parties dsirinsr to visit the Snrincs will
find a hack in readiness for their accomo
dation, upon applying to J. M. Eraser at
Oregon C'.ty. laavUnl.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
mis n c ha xi) is a.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prlccg for
lit ter, RiJ;
ar.d till kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell as low as any hotiso In Oregon for
cash on rrs kquivai.rxt
In Good Merchantable Iroduoo.
I am selling very low for
CASH nri fflADTD.
Give me a call and sat isfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21, 187:J.
GOOD N E W S !
PRICES KEDrCEI) TO SITT THE TDIES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
HAVE JEST RECEIVED A I.ARGE
SPRJXG AXD SUMMER GOODS,
which they offer
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
We would say como and convince your
self before? purchaslngelsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry floods. Clothing,
Hats, Poots and Shoes.
lilies and Gents
ware, and a great many other artlclcstoonutner
ours to mention ; also,
Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange
Wool "W;iii ocl
For which we pay the Highest Prices.
S. ACKER MAN & CO.
PTejjon City. Mnrch 21, 1'tTi-K.
MA X U FA CTO Ji IBS.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
M A U FA CTOBY !
X having: increased the di
mensions of ii is premises, nt
the old stand on the
Corner of Mnln and Thlrl Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing his old pa
trons, and as many new onos as inny be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared,
with ample room, pood materials, and the
very best, of mechanics, to build anew, re
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle from a
common Cart to a Concord Coach. Try mo.
IJlncksiii I tiling. Horse or Ox SlioeInr,
and General Jobbing nentlv, quickly, and
cheaply done. DA VI l ITU.
HAS IiSTAIiT.ISIlJiD jsrjjj
A FACTORY SlSSS
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
AM) MOfLDlXCS OF A1A, SIZIO".
They will also do Turning of every de
scription to order,
WITH KATNESS AND DISPATCH!
r"All work warranted. Shop on the
lUver, in Ixwis .Shoji Opposite Oregon
JOH 3 OH R AM ,
Main St., Oregon City.
DIAM FAt'TlIiER AM) I)Il')RTER (ii
Sutldles, JIni iiciss,
-X Kit 1I le r v-ll ir ril-
j.re, etc., eic.
WTIIICII HE OFFEItS AS CHEAP A
? T can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE 0?. F.ET41L.
K'Sl warrant my gxl.s as represented.
Oregon City, April 17, lSVU-tf.
MASOXIC II ALL IU'ILDING,
Oregon City, : : : Oregon.
EEKS CONKTANTEY fi'JriV;
aV. on lian-.l aiel for sale, '-Z?
cheap for cash,
Oiliee, Sitt iiiirrKm, and
Kltclien ! urn it ur-,
Wind nets, Pedsteads,
Washsf a nr Is, Curled
Hair, and Ijiln
M a 1 1 r e s ses,
Mouhlinjis, etc., etc.
Special attention KiV(-n to Epholsferv
work in all ltshranches. Orders ilh d wit i.
promptness. Kej airing flone with nea'
ness and dispatch. Furniture made order.
Call and examine for yourslves. 17may7ij
:htrprse book a jdo
OKEGONCITY, : OTiEGOX.
TVFA.'K,F',KAKKI, TO EXECUTE
t T all kinds of
in fact all kinds of work done a in Printinir
ADD KINDS Olf
constardlyon hand, and for sale at as low
a price as can be had in the State.
Oregon City, March 21. lS78-tf.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
AH IMMENSE STOCK AS USUAL.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
PR0TZ)IA., GILLIIIAX &'ffl.
Corner First ami Morrison streets.
IK) It TLA XD, OliEGOX.
No-v moer 2C, V72 tf.
A- B. KlCKnDSOrT
Cornier of Front t OuU sts., portl
Of Ileal Estate, Groceries, Gonorui .
chandlso and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wclncsday and Snt.m,
A. U. RICHAItl,.
English Refined Rar and r.un.n,.
Enfrlisli fckiuarc and Oc-ta-ron ('.,
Steel, Horse Shfxs, Hasus 1 -
She t Iron, U. '
A largo assortment of Groceries ftn,i T,
uors. A. R. KlCHAIU.suv1
Jan. 1, 1873-tf. Aud ioiu-c-r.
pic, of either sex, youii- or ohl, iiiak.-V.
cy at wirk for us in th-ir sj-mh- n,,,,,,,,:."
or all the time, than at joiyt hinjr else pn
ticulars fre. Address G. stnisi.n A- el
Portland, Maine. HVs( pi.s:vi
Alotit l.r0 pounds ofloipjj prim
er, of which this is nn iniiivssjon
Has been in use Imt a short time
;ood work. Price 25 cents Jl jt,
either tied up or in cases -casts
a l s o,
A small font of Xonpei ic-l of which this in an
impression. Price 30 cent V ff-. As jfKi prw
There is eiKniuh to sut iilnit unu column of thii
paper solid. Audrcss this otli.-e.
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The stuTu:: rd r-iie 1y tor ( :iyh, Infi.
cij-.i, ,Sv,(-(- 77 ((('. Ii".' :l-int.' f'i:h, Crwtp,
.ircr L'omj-hiint, Urum-iHi, '.h, Ui vf ir.e
.iitiy, and i very atrcttion of tie- i'l.rijut
I .uti irs aiui Cli. si, i:;c-:ud.iiir Consumi-tk .v'.
W S Knit (ii v i i i Iterrv tit f
not dry up a ( oauh, tut 1 (isens :t, o;:':ins
the lunjis, and a!i-ys, tins n mi.tinij )(C
crow rd the complaint . None genuine m,.
I ss sijrm d I. I-rrrs. i'r jar- d i.y skth W
Eowi.k Sons, I'.oston. Soul liy Iti iii.vcto.v",
IlosTK'fTKH tV Co., San 1 rancisco, ami bj
The Chronio "Cute" Elegantly I"rosi
and a share in thc distribution of s7Wi-n-mhiTiis
aniounting to r Il.eoe.
Ol VIIST AWAY TO
Every subscriber to that Popular Weekly.
OUR FIRES ME FRIEND.
Chromos are delivered at once. The dis
tribution will iositivcly take place oU tbe
SOtli clay ot'Auriist,17:.
Our chronio "Cute" is Kix2h inch.-s In
Size, acknowledged to tje the mast .ind
liandsotnec-t picture ever given with any
Our Pirexjile Frieini is an eijrht j:kL-p
illustrated family and Mory weeklv in it
third volume, has now over Se enf j -Kir
T2iih;i!x1 yiINeri;ei!-. and rapidly iu-
ireasiti;. wldch insures the snwsv .rtht
I-r.-sea: idirii tiition. The publisher of
I'm- V' Yvvh'c I'rifwi have S( nt to if Kiib-
cnbers t liis year ocr eventv Tlimi-nd
copies of th.e chronio "t ute" iiid arc f h!i
I'M'S miiidreds every day. "subscript km
J r;ce, three i!oll:trs lw r vi'nr ulnili i-ivcs
t he .subscribers I - ilty-tw " ne.i'iil-ers el tb.
- si l-amiiy c-k!y, the chrome "t ut"
htieiy Iraineil. aiu! a inaiiln-n d c. i-riftMit
' ntiiliTltrtlie holm rlie.i.M o, 1 '.(.
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etc., s t:t fie,-. 1 ' 1
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nt. St? traveling. I arce cash p"3"
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Arrangements liave lvcn made K
wliich vt an oiler a veirV snl.si rir-
tion to The New York Christian t
UOISK AM" J. l.KCl ! W'KKKl.V,
their tour luaniiic nt Chromes:
" ;ool Moriihig,'4 "Carlo in Mischief,"
"Spring Flowers." to-etber with 'ur
own journal for jr, .(). '
A.s the !.,, nu,s ;ii lu. :uc -worth frem
Motio to sir, ( ii, i.iul as the New Ycrk
ui.i:ealioii is evorv wav til t- lass, it
presents an unusual o, -i 01 tuiiit v totur
suhscrit ers. The ( hi..n,,w ..... n.me
hy l'lanir and ether b-1 vi-.ted iirtist.".
anil will 1-e h.iAvarded lucmptly 1
the two lir.si n-'iiie(i chiovoos ti-evwill
1-e sent with thj two publieatioils for
1 niit to (Tie i-i:hl:slier of this pajer.
.mm TCP, THE EMERPKISE.
Tlie following h is. r.s are authorized to
ict as ag its tor the Emkki-ki.sk:
Oi o. I". i:(,w II A Co !t I'rk Row.
( oc. V,'i tin rill .v Co ceT Chestnut strec'i,
ALt.ott V: ( ., o.,SJ and M Nassau ei
1 'ort la nd ,1 )rr l- v Ic nl
' (L. P. Kishcr
St. Helens, Columbia county S. A. M"'1
Astoria, Clats. r-c ui.t v . Van I-i:Mn
Salem E. Williams
llarrisbunr H. sinn"
Ealayette amhill cranny J.b.l r i.M'
Dallas, Poik count v lmve D';MVi
Pel, ton ronntv W.A.'11?
Corvallis llon.John i urnii
Can von Citv.lirant co W. P. I-,,:iW,','
Alba ii j -A. N.-rI1Vl O
1 ia lies, Wasco county, . H- "
I.alirande, 1'nion county . r:i'k
Pendleton, Pmatilla county S. V. hi"'
it m 'i knm nson
Eu-cne City j j.: j "j rj?t0v
Roscbur -. lien. I.. E. 1 n
t , l ( '. T. Mont.'ifft
Ix-banon,. j-jt Kalen
Jr.cksonvilh Hon. E. P. Eoecirnj
Iiii Tom It, C. JliiMen
CLAC KAMAS COU.MV.
Heaver Creek C. F. Hen If
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Cascades Henry Mcihip"
Ii.Or.iillrt I .. 1. n 'i:mai
Ca n by
J. W. Str:w
Cut tin sr s D. Wri-''11
E.ifrle Cn-ek "r rank W. Fft'T
naming s Capt. .. - j
lower Mnlalla. V Mer. l-'I,U
....John IIag "Vf
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