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Baker City Academy,
From the Dally Mercury.
From the assault made upon Gov.
Grover and Hon. A. H. Brown, of
E.tr nrli.late for State TWnrVr I
f: i t i.
Academy ; was taken bodily out of
the State Treasury and given to
Baker Cily. Ti;is law requiring the
State Treasurer to loan Baker City
Academv i810,000 upon a mortgage
to the SfXte passed in 1870. The
Academy"a.s been built and the
mortgage given as tho law requires.
During the campaign of 1872 nothing
was saidinbout thi.s loan, as it was
then regaed as a very proper and
judiciouffansaction. The bill pass
ed the Sruite by a vote of 10 to 4,
ant! the House 20 to 9. But Gov.
Grover who signed the bill, and Mr.
Brown, who voted for it, are candi-!
dates : Gov. Grover for re-election,
and Mr. Brown for State Treasurer, j
JLne opposition through their press
and speakers, denounce this loan a3
an outrageous act; that Gov. Grover
aud Mr. Brown in aiding the people
of Eastern Oregon in founding an
Academy of learning for their chil
dren, so far as their official aid could
go, deserve to be condemned to ever
lasting perdition. Anything of an
educational character for Eastern
Oregon throws these Republican fal
sifiers into villainous madness. They
do not stop at any point when in
pursuit of these men for doing all
they can for education. In every
opposition paper in the State, aud
out of the mouth of every opposing
- speaker in Western Oregon, false
hood and vituperation have been and
are being heaped upon the heads of
these men for what they did for edu
cation in a part of the State hundreds
of milerom the educational facili
ties of the "Willamette Valley. We
a'l know that up to 1870 there was no
Academy in Eastern Oregon. Schools
were few and distant, and the people
were suffering for State aid in thi
particular. The legislature of 1870.
that passed the bill loaning this mon
ey, not giving it away, was as res
pectable and honest as could be found
in this or any other State, and Demo
crats and Republicans alike sustained
this loan, because it was right that
Baker City Academy should have it.
Hon. A. H. Brown -was a Senator
in 1870 and 1872. During Ins term,
which embraced two sessions of the
legislature, many important bills
passed the Senate, and, through his
mlluence, the House. Among thorn
was the location of the Agricultural
College at Corvallis; the location of
the University at Eugene City, and
the State Capitol at Salem. of
these buildings were located in the
3 Willamette Valley. Southern and
Eastern Oregon were ignored, so far
as the location of these buildings was
concerned. Did Southern or Eastern
Oregon murmer because these most
important institutions of our State
werejoeated about forty miles from
each other in the Willamette Vallev?
Not at all. On the contrary they
united and gave the representatives
of this valley all they asked. Sah-m
received the Capitol; Corvallis, with
an appropriation from the State in
the nature of an endowment for the
College, now amounting to .10,000
per biennial term, was honored with
its location, and Eugene City was
the recip'en of the Sat University.
Baker county, of Easte n Oregon,
said: Gentlemen, you . have all the
public buildings, all the institutions
of learning; the sale of our la i !s as
well as yours has to support tli ni.
Now tve ask no gifts at your han s,
but inasmuch as Kastern Oregon can
not be benefited by these land grants
to the State, contract a loan of -S10,-000
to our Baker City Academy, for
educational purposes, aitd our chil
dren shall behenefitedtherebv. It was
done, the Academy was built, and is
now in a prosperous condition, and
tin) State should be proud of the
transaction. The State is secured.
The base igrntitude found in Marion,
Iiinn and Brnfctm counties, benefited
as they have been by the vote of Hon.
A. H. Brown, is enough to alarm the
inhabitants tf those counties and
open their fjves to the danger of
longer tolera.ing a system of scurril
ity that en injure none but the
counties that; sustain it. There is a
sense of jus lice that pervades this
State, irrespt:ctie of low vicious par
tisan, that will not slumber wh n
the integrity: the honor and the h n
esty if those! who do right and labor
for the host interests of tlie St,tt; are
trailed in thr- filth and stench of the
infamous demagogues. We e -;pe-ted
to hear from' the press of E.is'ern
Oregon an assault upon the monev
endowment by the State of the Cor
vallis College, as we did the assaults
from the Coiivallis press upon Hon.
A. II. Browii for his labors in behalf
of the Hiker City Academy. To the
honor of Hon. A. II. Brown be it
said he stoo l by tho educational in
terests of the State, that his pearls
Ctvcre cast hefriro a few s.vine; still he
will have the pleasure of seeing the
age of swine jpass away and the good
people of Bejiton county and all oth
ers will nevej- desert him for having
understood, will brin.ee to Mr. Brown's
support the best men in the State.
Publish the facts j give Mr. Brown
tho benelit of his noble and manly
deeds for th- State, is all we ask.
Personally, Mr. Brown is incapable
of doing a mean or dishonest act.
Those who have known him f r over
twenty years know that his word is
more sacred Shan a bond; ever alive
toTthe carry inar forward of enterpris
es for the interest of tlie State; ever
ready to aid schools, colleges and
universities to the utmost of his
ability. and ever maintaining, through
good and evil report the honorable
cliara ter hr has earned, by a life of
benevolence and strict integrity.
iue .-veatt:mv at xaiier nv auu-u
cost S10.PUO, is now worth double
wnat Uacost according to peoiisnea
statements of the expenditures in
erecting it. .Aid the Hlrnrk itano-
rrcisaya: "Hon. A. II. Brown has
done a nobl and praiseworthy act by
enabling our eitir.ens to erect and
maintain a school eoual to anv in the
"Daily. We are in receipt of tho
Duly G iarl, published at Eugene
""-. Tt is live pn.icr and full of
U'amocrattc t os fer the campt'ign.
tiono lor til-m an.l their cluMren
what tho ha lihrlor oouhl never lo.
These slant'l have heen puhl'shetl
far an.rWiif Vor political onls. hut
tl.n i. e u. ...1
1 li 1 Lilt ill L WlUTtV.tT
The erious OndMate.
We like pious men and v:e like to
fee them elevated to office. The
Radical nominee for State Printer i
one of these. Several years ago he
sold a printing press to the Galo
Brothers, to start a paper in Jlosc
burg: taking his pay thet-;;'oi-, in
that peculiarly elastic currency with
"a.6 Pmnri einsuc uui i eiiy . it.i
which the son of Manoali .'lev.- the
''Philistines. D:iv3. weeks and
months, rolled awp.y, and -still no
coin cams for that press; till tho
worthy old typo began to think that
he was not named Waiie, for not hing.
They had treated him with kindness,
but it was kindness of the unremit
ting sort. At last he heard that the
Ensign was " busted" and his press
gone u. So he breathed a quiet
prayer that the Lord might imbue
the minds of the Jraternity with rv
spirit of repentance, end charged
the press to the old established tirra
of Profit & Loss. Some days after
this a young man, elegantly attired,
entered Wait's oilice and inquired
for the proprietor. He was pointed
to a benevolent-looking old man with
gray hair, smooth face, carpet slip
pers aud a pair of drab lined pants
which seemed affected with chronic
hydrophobia. A great contrast Mas
visible between him and tho new
comer, who carried a varnished ratau
and wore a ping hat and candle
moul pants. Raising his castor so
as to expose his hair parted near the
supposed center of his intellect, he
"Is this Mr. Waite?"
" That is my name, sir," replied
old matter of-l'act.
" My name is Tommy that is to
sav, sir, I am the last of the Gales."
"Thank God! THANK GOD!!"
was the only reply, but it showed a
true Christian spirit. Most men,
under the circumstances, would have
given a profane retort, but the fer
vent piety of Waite's rejoinder ad-
l mits of no doubt. The Republicans
have done well to put up so religious
a man for an office where forms will
get "pied" and drunken journeymen
will justify brevier and nonpariel in
the same line. If he is not elected,
we shall always think that piety has
ceased to be a virtue, and that the
sacreligions Mart Brown or the pro
fane Bill Hand, has played "roots"
on .the old man. Coos Bay Xews.
Polk County All ltight.
A Dallas correspondent of the Sa
lem Jlfrcurj, under date of the 7th
instant, gives a hopeful view of the
political situation of Polk county.
Referring to the discussion between
the gubernatorial candidates, he
says: "The Democracy of Polk are
fast returning to allegiance, and we
will carry Polk by 100 majority.
Campbell's nomination secures Polk
to the Democracy. In the evening
Governor Grover and Gen. Brown
were serenaded by the Dalles Brass
Band. The Governor made a stir
ring and pointed speech in response,
which elicited the wildest enthusi
asm. Gen. Brown followed in a
pithy speech, and was soundly ap
plauded. At the close of the sere
nade the audience gave three cheers
for Governor Grover, Mart. Brown,
and the v.hola Democratic ticket anil
the. hills of old Polk fairly shook
with the resounding echo. It was a
deadner to the opposition in this
From all parts of the State reports
are equally -cheering.
Goon News fjiom Baker.--The
Democracy of B iker County are on
the alerr and are bonyant with hones
of overwhelming vicforv. We clip
the following from the B; Ircc'c D.?i
By information we receive from
a-l parts of the county, by letter and
fro:n individuals, it is certain that
the whole Democratic ticket will re
ceive at least two hundred majority
in this county. Shinn, for Sheriff,
will run ahead of the ticket. The
people say he has made a first rate
officer, and they are going to try
him another heat. They know him
and know he is qualified.
A Soi.cmx Fraud. The Spring
field llrpiiltH-aii says that Mr. Dawes
has failed to be elected Senator be
cause Gen. Butler supported him.
The New York S"m trusts, however,
that there is another and a belter
reison for his failure. The people
of Massachusetts are believ'd to be
inteilig -nt, ami they have tl mbtloss
heard of the Credit Mobi'.ier and the
ineffaceable shanv stamped n-o:i
Mr. Diwesin that loathsome affai
By this time they must know Dawes
to he a solium fraud; and probably
that is the cause of his rejection.
An oxeiianf! thinks it enough to
make 4ia Cliristian editor swear" to
ht; calle.l upon to puhlisli a lonjr
ohituary setting out tho excellent
qualities of somo wealthy citizen
who never took his county paper
y.hile livinpr. The ohituary business
is heah'u by a county newspaper ed
itor beincr called upon to support
ami labor for men for oflieo who tlitl
not, take the paper before being nom
inated and who have not since, sub
scribed. , . I''vei:hs. Though tho sun
smn.s. leave not yon cloak at home.
1 he table robs more tha i tlie thief,
lo him that wills, v.-avs are not
luey must hunger
will not work in heat.
They who would be
in frost, that
L "t 01,1 when vonn"
"Tis sooner said than doner
glasses, me loss
they look to
C. nit of I,, .nana has decided that
r,-. u.c iMiMiic sen on j
with white children in tC ,
distnets ,n which no Wnvu;nn V
""V . "-ion was eoncurr-
I ed in by all the Judges nf fi, c.
1 Ins is identicnl rx-;u
of tho S 11 U rem a
emrt,. is usinrr 41, r, t..i
that Governor Wh'teaker's Adminis
tration was honest and econouiieil
as an argument in favor of Republi
can rule in our Sdate, says the Jer
cvry. The neyt thing that anybodv
knows some of these Republican pa
pers will Ihj claiming for their nm-tr-
ill I iiuu ui V.TOV. Lrfoyi
Tho following platform of principles
was adopted ty the Democratic State
Convention at "Albany last Wednesday :
1. We declare our imfa'tcriiisr devo
tion to the Constitution of the Unitet
States ami to the Union of the State
thereby established, ami we affirm tlu
the people of the several States ha
tho sole ami exclusive rihr, of goven
iii' themselves as free, sovereign auu
independent States, subject only to th?
limitation of the Constitution, a"ed that
all powers not herein expressly grant
ed to the National Government, are
reserved to the Slates respectively, and
we deny the right of the Federal Gov
ernment, through the treaty power, to
permanently domicile Mongolians with
in any State without the consent of the
2. We affirm that the greatest danger
with which we are now threatened, is
the corruption and extravagance which
exists in high ollicial p.'aees. and we do
declare as tho cardinal principle of our
future political action, that retrench
ment, economy and reform are imper
itively demanded in all the govern
ments of the people. Federal as well as
State and Municipal, and we hereby
proclaim ourselves the uncompromis
ing foes of the salary -grab law ring
politicians and land monoiMjlists, who
ever they mav be and wherever they
may be found, whether the' are in or
out'of otlice, and we appeal to honest
men everywhere, without regard to
past party affiliations, to join us in
branding as they deserv e these corrupt
leeches on the body politic and assist
us to purge ollicial stations of their un
wholesome and baneful presence.
3. The present Federal Administra
tion, by its utter inabiltty to compre
hend the dignity or resjonsibilities of
the duties with which it is charged, by
its devotion to personal and partisan
interests, by its weak and inconsistent
management of the National li nances,
by its unwarrantable interference with
the local self-government of the people
bv its support of the corrupt govern
ments which it has imposed by its low
er upon several States of the Union, by
its complicity witli corrupt practices
and scandals" in various quarters, and
bv its appointment of notoriously in
competent men to high ollicial posi
tion, has itistlv brought upon itself the
condemnation of the American jeople.
4. That the persistent interference
by Federal officials in local elections,
and the use of large sums of money to
defeat the voice of the people through
the ballot-box, deserves and receives
our severest" condemnation.
5. That corpora tit ns a re the creations
of law, their franchise and privileges
are granted to subserve the public in
terests, and when these are used, not to
subserve t!ie object of their creation,
but for purtfsesbf oppression and ex
tortion, we declare it to be the right
and duty of the legislature to control
(J. That we favor speedy return to
specie payments, just and equal taxa
tion for support of Federal anil State
governments, ami that we are oj
posed to all discrimination in the as
sess mi nts of Federal revenue for the
purposes of protection.
7. That the fret navigation and im
provement of the Columbia river, t he
construction of a breakwater at Port
Orford, the improvement of the Co
tpiille and Willamette rivers, ami the
construction of the Portland, Dalles
Salt b ike K liiroatl, are improvements
demanded ty the commercial inte
rests of this State, and that the Fede
ral Government ought by all proper
means to assist these measures; that
we are in favor of the bill now before
Congress, generally knows as the
Portland, Dalles and Salt Tjakc liail
road bill, and we also favor the early
completion of the Oregon and Cali
fornia 11 ul road to the southern boun
dary of the State.
8. " Th it we disapprove all measures
in the interests of capitalists and mo
nopoli 's against labor, believing that
distinctions, if distinctions be made.
should be in favor of the laboring
class who constitute the mass of our
citizens, the producers of the wealth
and prosperity of our country. We
therefore approve of the declared prin
cinles. and sympathize with the avow
ed object of the i: 'jraui.alioii known as
the Patrons of Husbandry, and witli
those of all other orders having for
their object retrenchment ami reform
in public affairs, and the social ad
vancement of the people: that we are
opposed to a monopoly in the publica
tion and sale of books iised in the com
mon schools of tins State, anil we are
in favor of amending the existing laws
ill relation to such, so as to take away
from" the publishers of the l'acilie
Coast series of readers and spellers the
special privileges in relation thereto
which they now enjoy.
!. That we are in" favor of li ce trade
and .lir 'ct taxation.
10. Tint Hit a -t relating to the fees
of sherids and ch rks ought to he so
amended either by making such olii
ces s.ilarie 1. or by reducing the fees
now attach 'd to tin same, as shall
mike the compensation received by
such officers a fiir remuneration and
nothing more for tin services required
of them. Tiiat the Constitution be so
amended that all printing for the State
after the expiration of the term of the
State Printer in office, when such
amendment is passed, shall be provi
ded for by letting the same to the low
est responsible bidder. That we are in
favor of the repeal of the bi'.iant Act.
11. T i lt the only legitim ite object
of government is the protection of its
i eitiz mis in tlK'ir lives, Til
ertv, ami th. p rsuit ot happiness;
that ti) accomplish this end direct
nican.s oulv slm :ld !" resorted to ; that
the iron I resultim; lYoiu a departure
fro ui this rule i-t to 11 j rary , the evil
lastiuix. We are, therefore, opposed to
I the State enpip;i nir in the purchase,
i leasing or spcenlati-rj in property of
anv kind, except su -h only as is nec
essary for eo iduetiuu: the ordinary
functions of the ( 1 vci nn;c:it.
12. That we favorthe ini. Mediate-construction
of a irood and servieeahlo
wa-roti road alou;s the south bank of
tlie Columbia river, from the mouth ot
S.mdv river to the Dalles.
1.?. " That the coMiMCiisation of all of
ficers should be only .saeh as will be a
just remuneration for their services.
' 11. That we are in favor of Congres
sional aid for the construction of the
Portland. Ddh-s and S ilt Ti ikc K iil-
road. and for continuing the Orcjron
from St. Joseph to
Tin-: Paukkt: 5rv. We take pleas
ir-e in calling attention of our Valley
friends tt the won lei ful merits of the
tl.):i!le-b:irrelctl bice -h loatdng sliot
guns manuf leturt tl by Parker i'roth
ers. West Meridcii, Conn.
The highest testimonial received
from all sections of the country, and
the thorough test jfiven it in Hie field
bv our friend Cant. Green I'.. Samuels,
warrant us in assert ing that it is tlie
best brecch-loailimr sliot gun in the
world. The simplicity of construction,
the ease with wliieh it can be loaded or
unloatletl, the facility with which the
load can be changed from small to
larire shot enabling the sirtsman, in
an instant, toatlapt his change to any
sized ir ime lliatni iv present itself the
ease witli which it hiav be kept clean
its avail ibilitv to a eountrv where noth-in-c
lnt muzzle-loadim; ammtmition
can Ih procured, all combine to recom
mend it to every sportsman who can
annreciate a perfect fowling piece.
Warren S.uitinel ;" (Front Koyal, a.)
Xew P,ook. 'Tlu f'ildetl Age," Mark
Twain's last book, is the best, on the
whole, of all this humorist's efforts at
book-makimr. Te .satire, throughout, is
very good. Th? hits at tlie follies of
'be time are original ami inimitable.
1 he book is sold by subscription, and
cannot be procured otherwise. It is a
prodigious success, and its sales are
without precedent. Mr. I). Wright is
book1 thiS count-v tor this l0P"'1;'r
Pon Sale. We will sell either a Flo
rence or Grover Baker Sewing Ma-
M,'",.e'?tS ln Francisco nriees. In order
mat those who desire a machine, and
are iku able to paV the entire amount
inay be accominodatetl, wo will sell
them on the instalbnent plan, pavablo
6o m.U"l month until paid fnr.
C0rJRT2SY OF BMiCROFT LIBRARY,
UXIV2RSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
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,
Embroidery, .White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, tc
Alo, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys
WlticH hare te selected. -wltH special care for this market and cannot
BE SURPASSED IX QUALITY OR PRICE.
THE IIIGIICST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY .PRODUCE,
March 13, 1873 :tf
No better evidence of ho effi
ciency of Dr. J. S. Coleman's
Compound Extractor Eucalyptus
can be desired, than the following
summary of oases, treated with
this remedy alone, by that emi
nent physician, Dr. David Woos-
ter.in the U. S. Marine llospital.San Fran
cisco, reported in the August No. (187:!) l'a
cilie Med. Jour. 2to Vaxex Cur- I Imjir-
Remittent Fever 5 5
Chills and Fever 19 l'l
Typhoid Fever 41
I ntlamation of Kidneys 4 3 I
Dinrvtis 10 7 3
Incontinence of Urine 3 3
Stricture t 4 2
I ntlamation of lihidder 27 25
Hii'imorrhahi VI 10
Disease of tlie Heart 7
Dysentery 4 3
Chronic Diarrluea 13 9
ionorrha'a M l.
Dropsy 0 3
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Completely corroborative of the
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reports of the exieriments with
Eucalyj tus by Dr. Iorrimer,of Ber
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io., pubiisnea in tne American
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It will be found very efficacious in obsti
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LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
; 3 Q R jvj f J & Q O.
avk .irsT p.i:ci:ivi:i a laiksk
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
which they ofiTt-r
ciiF.Ari:n than the ciieapest.
Wc would s.iy come and convince your
self before purehasingels'-'where. Our stock'
consist s In part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry (Joods, Clothing,
Hats, Hoots and Shoes,
Ladies and Oents
Not ions, CJroccr
I e s, Hard
Marc, antl a gr"at many other art iciest 00 numer
onrsto mention ; also,
1 Olass ami rutty,
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange
For which we pay the Highest Prices.
S. ACIC HUMAN & CO.
Oregon City, Octob.T :JI, l.S:J-t f.
NEV YORK HOTEL
No. 17 Front Str.et. Opposite the Mall
n.ROTHFOS, J. J. WILKEXS, Proprietors.
Hoard Week with Itnlging.
Hoard "ji Day
Y. II. IIIGIIFIELD.
Entnblislied since '40, at the old stand.
Main Strict, Oron City, flrriron.
mo An assortment of Wathcs, Jewel.
(3 rVlJd t"? h, Tho,nas' ""Veight CKcks
a11 of wh'cfi arc warrauted to be as
w- 4 r-prsent"tl.
.tAir"wl'n,lrins f!on' a short notice, and
thankful for nst r-itronaffo. '
Books and Stationery.
I wilt pay the highest prices for
But ( or, l:;L--!S9
Sand all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
CASH OR ITS HQ UIVAI.l'.XT
in Good Merchantable Produce .J
I am sellini; very low for
CASIa I?V !SArtiI.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1S71.
ENTERPRISE B03!( & JOB
OUI'CiOX CITY, : OREGON,
ET-E ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
V "f all kinds of
LiiTTun.-iii:. 1 ns,
in fact all kinds of workdoncala Printin"
ai;ij kinds op
constantly on hand, antl for sale at as low
a price as can be had in the State.!
A N D
Orecon City. March 21. lS73-tf.
About loO pountls of lonjj prim-
or, of .which this is an impression,
Has been in nsc hut a short time,
sroo,l work. Price 25 cents lb,
either tietl nn or m eases eases
A L s o,
A small font of Nonpericl of which this is an
impression. Trice 35 cents n. As good as new.
There ia enough to set about one column of this
Ivr?r,i',lH- A'Wrcas thlsoffi-e.
MA X U F A C T O RTk7
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
HI A IX V FACTORY,
having increased the rJF& 9
tensions of his premises, ut
Corner of Main and Third Sti t "
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing; ,
trons, nntl as many new oi CnJ old r
pleased to call, that he is i',w f av t f
with ample room, mmI mlHt-rnK1 uN,
very best of mechanics, to buiid' ' 'll,u '''- '
construct, make, paint, iron annl!"'''"- j
air complete, any sort ot a vi hiclf. ,
com mon Cart to a Concord Coach 1 "" :'
Blarksiiiihinr, Hot-He or Ox Shj
and General Jobbintr neat It r.i.;i.. "i"
Cheaply dune. DAVli, ,., itffi "
LCRECCN CITY ERLWLRY.
XJ. cd the above l;rcw- gJi--4-'tti'
cry wishC'S to inlorm the ihat tTi
now prepared to manulacturc a No 1 1,,, :i :
ity ot ' HU4:'
L. A G Hit 77 UK It,
as pood as can be obtained anvwhtro
the State. Orders solicited and Tron,,-1'
A. C. WALLENC'S-
PIOKEER BOOK EIKDERY. f
Piltotk'g Itnildiiijr Corner f Ktj,rt
and Front Streets.
PORTLAND, - - - CRECCK.
BIANK HOOKS Itri.ED AND roi Nr,
to any desir' d pattern. Music Uxlt,
Marazincs, New spaj crs. tc, bound in
cry variety of style known to t lie t mail
orders from the . untrj- irornpiiy at.
THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
AliLMS 111H THE EM'EKPMSlT
The followinjr jx-rsons arc nutliririzrd to
act as agents lor the L.N'TiKMiitE:
Oei. I. IJowcll A; Co., 40 1'ark Rt w, yf w
Coe, Wetherill A Co., 607 ChcMnut fUvrl,
Abbott A: Co., No. and $1 Nassau sunt,
Portlnr.d.Orcjion I S;,im'i
.San I rancisro V'v
St . Helens, TV dc. m Ma cr 11 1 ; ty s. . . '.;
A storia, Clatsop cia:ty A. V an 1 1 n
S'm 1.01 1 Wi 1 r .
1 llarrisbtir" 1. II. Mi::":
i I jsit-.x yet te a 111 lii 1 1 cnui.ty J.I ,1-v r(.-i.,;
1 ;a 1 las, 1 ( IK ctiUlil v I c I . . it
Kola H. I , r
Jacksonvill.'. It. K. Ib.jya
Pen ton tun nt y . a. 1 .
Corvallis ..1 loii. .Itibii I i.r:.t;t
i rfinvnn t it v, ia lit . I.. 1 ; ,..fl(
Ali;:'ny . V N. A:-...,,.;
Dalles, a set con 11! y , X. II. ' -.- t s
j I .:( !ra r.de, t'nion innt y A. I .1 r:,
1 Pei:il ti.ii, I "n: il'.tt coi.i.t y, . . y 1., x
( ! . . j 1 i n 1 11
I I . 1 . lr:-; w
I!!. I .!.!:!(
1 1 '. T. on; lU.
it 1 1 .. 1.
.Tacksni! i!k Hon. K. I. I i-,:r; t
Long Tom 11. ('. Ihi.ti.ii
CLACKAMAS t'Ol'M V.
I'i avr Creek
( "an by
I .ower .Vola lia
( Iswej: 1
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(: v. im .
!!! ry h.:
I. V. sr:ivs,r
1 r:ii: k W. I r
Caj t. '.. -(-nc-n
W. .V.T i: J..I
loin; Ilii;. Till rr.r
Il.l.Tl 1 -
V. II. Y.m;:.!::,:,
DEST TOHIQ l!3 V
These Hitters Jo not only H'
fiiiritish themselves by their jlv
vor tut ft. (troimttic odor abocc'
others fjenerttllij used, but tn
the sttiite time an e.rcrHtnt W''
ami ftn cjjieaeiotts stimulant fn
CJreitc the appetite. They C
prepared from the most ""''
uutf wholesome herbs and ro
find have aivett universal ' ft""'
friction wherever tried.' Tlx"""
finds of dtspepties have foitnn
relief thr'oitfjh their use, '."'
ph isieians recommend than J
the cur of all diseases f
the Blood and Liver,
irrefalarities of the dnjiux
ori j fins. ... v
Headache, Diliousness, and Coni '
tion, General Debility and lossof appei ' '
are all caused bv the derangement oi
. ... ,;..,iiiritStt
Stomach, IJvcr antl oinernii""
thesvstcm. The IXI. Bitters have uh
successfully used and are w
I leviate t be sutn rer in al 1 the abtive ca
frspTlc IXL Hittrr are shl ontUf?.
in ,jhi; tosrll other then f '
yenitiiie artivle out of our bottles tx Jr '
3 ml u c trill u fir,i detect, i, proecvtc
IxirlUs lo the full rrtnU of the ''.
Kcad riij sician's Cerliflealc on
Every family should have than in theMlt!e
A'o. SIS front St., San Francisco, C
IVm l.n tlie Hl'c.,L'.rir.
j JJ' "f.Si " L,V,:
purely vtSetabie fomp ai,
everv way superior I pi- u9&
ipeciuc for the ulau"-""""
ri"HE -room fopmepia on j,,-.
ing's bric 1 ull-i'r-jr. Arr1:' --
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