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OREGO.Y CITV, OREGON, MAR. 6. 1871.
The Wreath of Lilies.
"These are pond lilies, Celestine,"
saul H.irry Seymour to his heart's
idol, a beautiful girl of seventeen
summers, whose rustic seat was a
moss-clad rock near a tiny urooklet,
the pure blue waters of which kissed
the margin upon the pebbly and
Celestine Weston held in her hand
a nshing-pole, impatiently waiting
for a single bite from some hungry
little sunny-side, should one per
chance come that way. It was while
thus engaged that s!ie had seen spot
less flowers in a marshy part of the
"Here thev are, darling, a whole
" How beautiful; my favorite flow
" And they are mine, also," re
"What shall v do with thorn?
Would that they would never fade,
bo that we might keep them as me
mentos of the past!"
'And I however, we will twine for
each other a wreath. You are aware
that there is a way to preserve Uow
ers so that they will retain their nat
ural beauty. I will procure the chem
) icals, and the wreath you twine is
mine mine yours.'
'Bravo, Harry ! That is the very
O 'Wait, little one, until I have fin
ished. Go on then, said Celestine, all at
tention. ' You remember that I sail for
Europe by the tirst steamer leaving
port. We will keep our wreath of
lilies as a pure and spotless emblem
of our undving love toward eaeh
other; and if I should die while ab
sent, darling, it will be my heart's
earnest wish that your wreath of lil
ies be placed upon my bosom.'
'O, Harry, don't talk so,' sobbed
Celestine's father was an aged fish
erman, and the location of the lish
erman's hut was a marshy piece of
land called Willen Grove, which was
near the little brooklet.
'Any iutrnsion, young folks,' said
the old man approaching with a lish-ing-rod
on his shoulder.
'No glad to see you; have some
thing important to say to you,' said
'Go on with your say,' said the old
'As I am compelled to sail for
Europe on t'ie first steamer, we wish
your advice on one subject, if you
'Sartin; what is it'?'
'Do you think best that T should
yield to Celestine's wishes, .-m l post
pone our wedding until my return,
or have it consume ! mow ? I pre
fer that it shou'd take place fort! -with,
but she doe.-, not, and bnsin -ss
of importance calls mo from Amer
'It will be better to postpone it
until your return, young man,' said
the fisherman gravely.
'Thank you, we will abide by your
decision,' and as Harry spoke lie
twined tlie last lilly in the wreath
and crave it to Celestine.
Time passed; davs were braided
into weeks, weeks into months, and
our hero's return was hourly expect
ed. Finally the long looked for ves
sel cast anchor upon the sandy beaeli
but Harry Seymour was not on it.
The ship "with its torn and weather
beaten sail had safely brought from
across the ocean many letters and
pa-icrs filled with foreign news.
When the sable maje ty of uiirht
had let his curtains drop over the
fisherman's dwelling, a tall dark nvm
rapped at the door an 1 asked for
lodging. After Captain Glendale,
the owner of the ship in question,
had joined the circle seated uround
a cheerful fireside, he drew from his
voeket a paper brought from the
ship, and gallantly handed it to the
Celestine, with disappointed hopes
and a fast beating heart, oagerly read
the paper. Suddenly it fell from
her grsp; a moment more, and the
fainting girl lay prostrate upon the
Cantain Glendale raised the faint
ing form in his arms the father be
ing too much excited to do so. The
cause of Celestine's fainting was
soon ascertained, and we quote the
local as it appeared in a Paris news
paper: "A few nights since there was
found upon Canal street the dead
body of a young American, bearing
the na'e of Harry Seymour, who
was supposed to have been assassi
nated by the prowling thieves of this
'Horrible! horrible!' repeated the
Were they engaged?' queried the
'Ah, well ! Perhaps it is for the
Itefct, said the Captain, who remained
at the fisherman's hut as a. boarder.
A few weeks after the above stated
catastrophe, he called the fisherman
aside and made him the following
I sa. old man, I would like yon
to be t ie first mate on my ship next
voyage. What sav you to a big sal
ary and a fine trip?'
'That would be jolly fine, return
ed the fisherman with a laugh.
Will yon go?'
'One thing, only, in the way.
And what is that?'
'I could not leave Celestine hero
'Mv dear old fellow, I love your
daughter, and with a reciprocal feel
ing on her part, and your consent, I
could marry her and take her with
us. What say you, eh?'
'That would be fine, since fate has
made way with t'other fellow; but
does she love yon?'
'She protests that she will never
love anv one save the youth who
sleeps with the dead; but that mat
tersuot; 'tis a mere fancy of hers
a whim, in f ict, that she will over
come, and she will fororet him by
and bve. Suppose you talk with her,
A few hours later, and the old fish
erman talked earnestly with his bro-ken-soirited
daughter. As Celestine
turned to leave her cruel parent her
face was wet with tears, and these
words fell from her lip:
Fr your sake I will mirrv the
Cap lain, Father; I suppose I can
like him as well as any one; but I
can ne er love him.'
The !a-t part of this sentence the
parent did not hear. However, Ce
lestine thought he did.
A few months later, in the lovely
month of May, the fisherman's hut
was lighted up, and there was music
and dancing within. The happy
i youths and maidens of the neigh
borhood had congregated to the
merry-making, for Celestine and the
Cap ain were to be married.
The hour arrived, and Celestine
arrayed in white gauze,, with her
vail sweeping the floor, walked out
on ihe homespun carpet, to be made
the bride of the m m to whose arm
she clung. No sculptor's work was
whiter than Celestine's lifeless look
ing form; no ice colder than her
hands; no pang greater than ttie one
that fettered her aching heart.
The usual questions were put to
the bridegroom, and then fell the re
sp "isive .monosyllable, "Yes." The
minister then turned to the bride
and repeated his word, but Celes
tine did not answer. She appeared
in au aosciit, listless mood and ap
parently insensible to all around.
The words were repeated but no
answer came. And then, out in the
dusky gloom of night, called a loud
'Celestine, Celestine ! where is mv
darling? bring forth the wreath of
The man rushed into the lighted
apartment, and Celestine's trembling
form was clasped in the outstretched
arms of Harry Seymour.
'Save me, Harry, save me.'
Yes, darling, I will save you, re
An explanation was soon given.
He had been wrecked, and taken to the
morgue in Paris; he revived and lay
for weeks in a state of high delirium
caused from a severe contusion on
the head. As soon as convalescent
he embarked on the first ship sailing
f r home, just in time to save h s be
loved from a fate worse than death,
a marriage without love.
Harry Seymour drew from his bo
som the wreath of pond-lilies and
placed it upon Celestine's brow.
And thus it happened that the fish
erman's hut that the morning sun
shone upon the Imppy bride of
Harry Seymour instead of tiie un
happy one of Captain Glendale.
Harry and Celestine are now living
happily at the dwelling of Celestine's
father, while the old fisherman says
lie will just take one trip witli the
jolly captain, just to see a bit of the
world, if liothiicr else.
An editor is a male being whose
business is to navigate a nuze paper.
lie writes e iron. us, gmms out poe
try, inserts deths and weddings, sort
out nianuskripts, keepsa waste bask
et, blows up the 'devil,' steals niat-
lites oi'iier people
paper for a dollar
s iames, sons
and fifty cents
miis and apple
can get them,
a year, Ta:ies white o
sass for pay when lie
rases a large linly, works v.) hours
out of 21. knows no Snndy, p;its cus
sed bi everybody, lives poor, dies
erly, and often brokin-hartid, leaves
no monev, and is reward id for a life
uv toil with a short obituarv pull' in
the nuzepapers. Exchanges please
copy. !osh I''li-
-Toaouiti Mui.-t i ....... K-.vii too
full of his countrvnvui, and. to r
lieve himself of the.'r presence he
drove to the nearest boat and aske
the cleric to take him where then
were no Americans. The clerk look
ed at him for a moment, then hope
lessly up and down the lake, and
away across toward Mont Iilane, and
i l i l if i i - -i
ar lasr snooic ins neau. r;u!. lenlv a
new idea struck him, and lie lifted
his eyes toward heaven.
Seeking to Economize. The Dem
ocrats of the Oliio Legislature an
seeking to economize by abolishing
all unneces:-a.-y State offices. In
caucus, the other night, they ap
pointed a committee to prepare a
bill abolishing the ollices of Rail
road Commissioner, Gas Commis
sioner, and Commissioner of Insur
ance. L :ie Cincinnati Knrinrrr coin
mends the measure, and hopes that
it will be carried out.
Makiited men Will read this clip
ping with interest: First gentleman:
"Why don't you kill her with kind
ness?'' Second gentleman : "You
might as well try .to kill au elephant
with codfish balls, or blister a rhi
noceros with a mustard plaster."
He was referring to his wife's mother.
We read of a young women in
Missoui wtio, when a certain good
time comes will probaly be a member
of Congress, lief ore eloping with
the darling of her heart she had an
interview- with her father's bureau
drawer and voted hers -If an increase
of back pay to the extent of 1,000.
Talking about upsetting sleighs,
Wicks remarked to a young lady he
was taking out to drive, "I always
pick out the softest place I can when
I upset my sleigh." She replied,
"Why, I should think it would grow
monotonous, always falling on your
Won't Stay Lo'xu. A little girl
asked a minister. "Do you think my
father will -r0 to heaven?" "Why
I: y child. Why do you ask?"
V ell, because if hj doesn't have his
own way there, he won't stay long, I
This is a Scotchman's idea of met
aphysics: "When the mon who is
talking dinna understand what he
is saying himself, and when the folk
wna listen diuna ken what they hear
tnat is metaphysics."
GRANDMA why don't you keep a
s. 1 ant any longer," "Well you see,
ch Id I m getting old now, and can't
take care of one, as I use.l to, you
A man out Aest tried to run his
business without advertising, but he
had to give it up. The fir.t adver
tisement was headed: " SherLTs
A New ork paper savs that a l.altl
heaJad man will marry three times
to any other man's once, all things be
Two millions ami a quarter of peo
ple have emigrated from Irelanll to
America during the last twenty-two
"The canse of Woman Suflra'-e"-Scareity
of husbands. 0
OHAS. II. OATJFIELD,
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY
Has Just Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES.
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal
IVliItli have bee selected with special care for tlits-market and cannot
BESl'UPASSED IN QUALITY Oil PRICE.
Till: HlUHKgT 3IAKKI2T PKICCPAII) 1'OH COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 13, 1S73 :tf
TO THE CITIZENS OF CLACXAMS COUNTY:
GREAT KEDUCTIOX IT
I S:"V BllOTIIEK
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ourontire Siook t Uooils at twivi.ily Keli-.l Iricfn. in ordorto close out our
I.UJIJlEiXiS FALL STOCK!
Second door north of the PostotHce, Main street, Oregon City.
C1'M1C OI IT. .1. V li-lll.lll a JT 2J
of Ir. J. s.
can b-d-sircd,thanth-follo-vini; iw.'Ji
summary of cast's, fronted with
tliic ri-nioilv n Inn" hv that, cmi-
nent physician, Dr. David Woos- 7
t-r,iii tie: U. S. Marine Ilospit a I.Sa n I ran
Cisco, r 'ported in the August No. (1S7-) Da
cilic .Mod. Jour. SY( Vf y I Cur- I Imjir
Tniiltil I til I ovul.
Keiuitt'Tit Fever 5 5
1 hills and I'ev r 19
l"y hoid Fever
1 11 11a mat ion 01 Kidneys...
I inr 't is
Incontinence 01 Urine
st riot lire
(ntlaination ot llladder..
Hi ti riorr 1 ana
Disease of the. II -art
i Ll V ,TM a
1 1 1 1 1
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We would say come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Ourstock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Eadies and Oents
i e s, Hard
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ours to mention ;' also.
Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce" taken In exchange
For which we pay tho Highest Prices.
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Oreeon City, October 3UIg73-lf.
ME 11 CIIA. X D I SB.
Books and Stitiouerv.
EES1 will pay the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell as low as any house in Oregon for
CA SIf OKI TS KQ VI I rA L TiXT
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I am selling very low for
Give ine a call and satisfy yourselves.
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longing to 110 party and wearintr no collar.
it lights lor 1 rincipie. and for tlie election
01 the nest men to office. It especially de
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great corruptions that now weaken and
ciisiirace our country, and t hreaten to un
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the markets for the men, especially t he
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Oregon City, March 21. lS73-tf.
A'JEXTS FR THE ENTEBPtlSE.
1 lie followimr persons are authorized to
act, as agents for the ExTKurmsE :
..eo. 1 Howell .v Co.. 40 Park How. c
Coe, V-therill A Co.. COT Chestnut street.
.liott A- Co.. .o.K2 and 81 Nassau street
Port land.Orojton T.. Satnm
I 'I bos. 1'oyc
1- P. 1 is i. l
St. Helens, Columbia county S. A. Mil-
-vsioria, v laisoii county . an I 'user
Sab-m I,. William.-
'larrisbur .7. II. Sinit!
Ija'f yeft.-A am hill count v I.I..l-erLiuso!
1 "alias, Polk count v ,
...l'ave lio:i.i s
... H. K. Ilann:
Henton count v
W. A. V II-
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anyon i liy.orant -o
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The following named pieces are rseom.
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best issues :
Julia, 'tis of thee I sing Song. Hays .Tc
V by don't you come borne..
'Neath the waves her Si irit
' Stewart 30..
No litt le one to meet me "
Mvo my love to a II at home "
Think of me sometimes.
Ste art 3Hc
' Pratt 3l)c
.Softly shone tlie Stars of
Dinna forget your in it her,
' Hays 40c
I long to see the dear old
-I e wart SOc
Little Sweetheart, come lis
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I rench Si)c
Mv every Tho't was of thee "
Men are such deeeivcrs.Alto
song from Pauline'... "
St a v not long 'way. Sopra no
song from "Pauline"...
To plea si' t he girls. I 'a ri tone
song irom l amine". ..
My heart tor thee. Soprano
song from "Pouline"...
My Oueen of Stars, awake.
tenorsongfrom Pauline "
Jenny, the flower of Kildare
Whisper softly, Mother's
. Danks 30c
Inspirer and Hearer of
My Love sleej s under the
Ja isles Sinjr. P.rti,.,.
Oil! how d'ye do. Aunt Su- "
Si -? Song. M a ---w,t on
Iat makes ine noddings
out sono- Ii..
-e.ou i or: ini ami imr-
- . , . , ..... , r. vi-
pie r.Iossoms .
Nora isdreamingof vou..
The sweetest P.ud is missing
Will lie come home to
night, mot her?
God I 'less our Home?
Get up and shut the Door""
joeS ne ever think of me.
'ome. Hoi v Snirit ir".
ome. iiolv Snirit
Hymn. Ianks 30e
My dear old Mother.
I have no Home...
..Song. H a. s 4i ic
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" Hays 35c
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Poor little Tini....
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Estate of John Radford, Defeased
-VTOTICE TO CREDITORS: tt T,rr,
sons having claims agains't the aiK"
name deet-ased.are notified to present t.v
with tlie proper vouchers, to the under. m
ed, Hie duly appomtcd A,!,!" ?"-
said estate, at the ollice 01 Hm-i n a. V.r i
ren, in On
Oregon iit., within six mni.ti
is date. CHARLES K. KoohK
ary 4, 1S74. 5w Administrj.tA-
In the County Court of Clackamas counts
State ot Oregon.
In the matter ol the Guardianship of ,i.
lia Elliott, an insane person
JONES t UTTINO, (JUARDIAN OP TUP
above-named Adt-lia Elliott, an insan
iK-rson, having tiled a i tition pravin.r ,fJ,
the sale of the real estate belonging to"said
Adelia Ellkut, and it aijieaniis to the
Court irom the pet it ion, that it is necessary
to s 11 the interest ol said ward in the lol
loping described real estate, to-wit : The
north hall ol the donation land claim or
Charles Cutting and Abigail Cutting, his
wile d signaled on the maps and plats of
the I nited States surveys as ". laim No
01', in J.o, S. li., 2 E., 01 Ihe Willamei
meredian, situated in (.lackamus count v
Oregon. It is, therefore, ordered bv ti e
Court that the next ot kin 01 said ward ai d
all ot her jktsoiis interested Is said estate
apj ear biiore this Court, Tm Jlondav the
second day ol A.arch, 1ST J, at the Coiirt
House in 1 (reon l ity, a nd show entire w by
a license should not Le granted lor the sale
ol such estate. o
It is lurther ordered that a copv of this
order be 1 ublished in tlie Oregon Citv Fn
tkki'i.isk, the litigant organ lor Clackamas
W. L.. "WHITE.
Attest : R. F. C,rEiELi, l lerk.
Johnson- A- Mcl dwx,
Att'ys lor Ouardian.
January i;tth, 1N74. 5w
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1 rice t ii .v did or ciici not cost, n nd . ill a r-
lreeiab ihe -iit- n rise that reiui. rs tlTr
distril.ul ion i.,s.-ii i.
ll any subscril.- r should indicate a nre-
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.V ill send
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IJIE ALDJJS E. V.ill.berealter l,...,!!...
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seripl ions must be sent to the inblishers
din-el or handed to the local canvasser,
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eept in cases vi h re Ihe certincate is civtn
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CAN VAMSKIi.s U'AM'ED.
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as a loerl canvasser will receive lull and
prompt in!ormation by applying to
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S MA J DEW EASE, Xeu-YorU.
JN THE f Ilii FIT COFKT OF TUB;
Slateoi On gon.lorthe Oountvof ( lurk.
turns: Jacob Wiener, l.l.-iim itr Ys s. ...;..
W iener, delendant. 1 o Soi.l-.ia l-iim.rih,.
delc-i-.dar.t : In the name ol t he St ate of
Oregon you are hi n by required to appear
and answer the complaint bled n..!.ir.cf
you in the above ei.uth d suit, on or l lore
tie- llr8t day ol the next tern, t w. l ......
entitled Court, which will com meiif e'more
iu.iii a.iA wccks juli-r the
summons, to-w it. .... m... .i... ti..U
rth day ot A) ril, 171. and if Con n.'ii In In .
a pt ear a lid a nsw. r hei l l,,.", .r,. ii i ., i,. O
to the ourt tor the r.-liel demand, d in li is
complaint, to-wit : a decree oi divorce Irom
m. ibis summons is i.iihiid....i in i iir-
suanceot an order made- bv lion w W
I I tOJI. Judge of Raid I onrt in ohntnl.n
on tlie liith dav of Jaifnarv ls7t '
CAl'I Ls a MoliLLAND,
Attorneys lor I'laintiff.
Watches arid Jeweln'.
JL announce to t he cit
izens of Oregon City and
' lackamas t'ountv that
the have Inst ooeneil n '
J ewelry Establishment in
OREGON CITV, :
.Vain street, next door north of Shades Sa
loon, w lie re they will keen on hand andS
for sale, all goods pertaining tot heir line.
AT THE LO WEST LIVING RATES.
Especial attention given to the repairing
Of Fine Time Pieces.
All goods sold, and work done warranted
OEt I. A. ILVAS Jc SON.
Oregon City, Jim. 1st, 1S74.
About f0 pouruls of long frim
, of which this is an ini juession.
Has Wen in use but a short timer
Price 25 cents 5r
up or in cases case
A small font of Nonperiel of which this is am
impression. 1 nee 35 cents 3 lb. As pood as new.
There id enough to set about one column of thi
paper solid. Address this office.
milE ROOM FORMERLY OCCUPIED
JL as the Council Chamber, In Dr. The)
ings brkk building. Apply at this offieo.