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JIAXS" CinUSTIAX AXDEKSI3N.
Copenhagen, A ug. 4th, 1S75.
There Is silenco in t ho Northland, for
one hath passed away,
Honored of all, a veteran, weary for
many a day .
Weary of earth, of suffering, of toil and
Ea"-or to lay the burden down, but vil-
'ling still o lip;ir.
A silenee, in Northland. Yet Denmark's
soul is glad- -
Glad for the honored veteran, the truest
man she had !
Glad for the counted little ones who
crowd about his bier,
Glad for the voi :o tl&it nevermore the
listening world shall hear I
There is joy anions the angels. To that
One comet h as a little child all gladly
comet h he!
Our Lord hath lifted up his load, hath
led him to the light,
And happy spirits, welcoming, lead up
the pathway bright. -
Now shall the ransomed poet hear the
holy, glorious smc,
The grand eternal story he hath waited
for so lomr !
O children ! ye who love his name, wait
on, and watch and pray
Iu reverent thought still honor him
tho Lord hath called this davl
Mary M'ipe.i Dotljc, St. Nicholas for Nov.
my suspicions, but it was too late
then tiie angels had opened to bim
a gate leading to a rjlace where the
human heart and its unworthy
thoughts can never enter. Poor
Gil! A warm meal or a shilling
would have saved his life, and;, I
drove him out to his death! ?
This is why 1 gie when I cm
aslied how. I know that I c some
times give to tho unworthy, hut it
would bo better tcpgive all I pos
sessed to an impostor than to have
another homeless waif creep Lack to
die on the spot where I had unjustly
AUCTION A N D COMMISSION.
A. E3. RICHARDSON,
Conner o5 Front C Orsls sts. , Portland
Of Real Estate, Groccrlo s, General Jler
The Slow Times.
SALE DAYS "Wednesday and Saturday
A. 13. RICHARDSON,
OIT S.-EC. OATJFIELP,
A ragged, sad-eyed boy, aged nine J
or ten, stopped me on the street the
other day and said:
"I haven't had anything to eat this
whole day! Won't you please give
me ten cents?" B
I gave it to him. I'tl have given
the money if it had been necessary
to pawn my hat. .
"Do you let impostors swindle you
in that manner?" inquired au ac
quaintance. A journalist who has knocked
around for a daily paper a dozen
years has seen every phase of human
life. Men. women, and children
- have swindled him, cor sought to;
people have lied to him; his money
lias been given to whining, lying va
grants who told direful tales of dis
tress, and lie ought te bo able to cor
rectly read human nature.
"I'll bet that boy is a. professional
beggar," continued "my friend,
chuckling at the idea' of my being
- None of us caro for the loss of a
shinplaster on the street, while every
one feeU vexed and annoyed at the
idea oT being swindled out of a sin
gle penny. I could not say the boy
was not a swindler, and yet I would
have divided my last shilling with
I told my friend why, and I will
Oue day. last year when the wind
blew the snow over the house-roofs
and around tho corners in blinding
clouds, and when the frosty air cut
one's face like a knife, a boy of ten
.-.came up to me as I waited for the
u cur. IIo was thinly clad, his face
betrayed hunger and suffering, and
in a mournful voice lie pleaded:
"I'm hungry and cold!"
'Why don't you go home?" I
"I haven't any!"
"Haven't voa any relatives?"
o"IIow long have vou been here"
The boy spoke in that drawl which
professional beggars assume. I be
- lieved, too, that I had seen his face
on tho streets time and again. I
hardened my heart and said:
"lloyhl kiuvv you, and if I catch
you asking any one for money again
I'll have you arretted!"
Ho lnoved away quickly. I ar
gued that this proved his guilt, for
getting that a homeless, friendless
waif mi glit evince fear when entirely
Five hours later, when night had
come, and the wind had grown to a
tierce gale, the boy halted me again
as I plunged through the snow
drifts. I did not see him until he
"Mister! I'm almost starved and
I'll freeze to death if I can't get some
place to sleep!"
The same thin ragged clothes,
hardly comfortable enough for June
weather the samo whine to his
voice. I felt like giving him money,
but tho fear that he had been sent
out by his parents to beg restrained
and angered me. Catching him by
the arm, I yelled out:
t-ee here, Oov! it you don t own
up that vou are lying to me I'll take
yon to the station!"
o Through tiie blinding storm I saw
his white face grow paler, and he
"Dou't take me don't! Yes I was
I released him and he hurried
away, while x walked on, flattering
myself that I had played a sharp
game and done the generous public
ft good turn.
An hour later when the night had
grown still wilder and colder, some
one knocked at niy door.' It was a
timid knock, and I wondered who
could have sent a child abroad on
such a night. When I opened the
door that same boy was on the step,
his face blue with cold, his whole
form shivering, and a look of des
peration in his eyes.
"IMease Mister !" he began but
stopped when reeogni.iug me.
I wis puzzled to know why he
shoal. I have followed me home
why he had selected me for a victim
and trailed mo so persistently. I
might have urgued that the storm
had driven people oil the streets,
and that the freezing, starving boy
had in his desperation called at the
house, but I didn't. Had it been
any other boy or any other person
asking charity I would have gi..n
promptly and fieely. l);it I was an
gry at his trailing me angered that
ho thought he could swindle me,
and I grabbed at him and inquired:
"Boy, what is your name?"
He leaped back, and standing
where the furious storm almost bu
ried him from sight, ho answered:
We do not look for a sudden revi
val of business any longer. If our
diagnosis of the case is correct, there
can be no sudden cure. We of this
generation will hardly live to see the
country genuinely prosperous. Great
masses of property are to bo aban
doned. The capital "stock of multi
tudes of corporations will be sunk,
and their property Avill pass into the
hands of bondholders and creditors,
at such a price that they may possi
bly be made remuneratively useful.
Hundreds of millions of invested
funds will practically cease to exist.
Tho things in which these funds have
been invested cannot be used, and
they might just as well have been
thrown into the fire. Thus? the means
of living have been enormously re
duced among capitalists, and more
men need,, rtork to do than used to
need it. -With this fact on one side,
we tind set over against it the other
fact, that, of the multitude who had
adjusted their industry to the condi
tions of tho war, only a "part are
needed under the conditions of peace.
Tens, twenties, fifties are to be count
ed out of the mills, the factories, the
shops, and sent either into idleness,
or into some other field of industry.
In otheiwoi-ds, our national indus
try is to be re-adjusted.
The cities and centres which have
grown s rapidly will naturally coase
to grow. The larger cities will grow,
perh ips, as London grows, by their
attraction for men of wealth, but the
men of enterprise will not crowd into
places where there is no work or re
ward for them. The boys will stand
j. p. DAVins. joshua da vies:
A X J
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
of Orepon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on nanu auuuumB
bu an'ess on the old motto, that
A Nimble Six Pence is Better tlian a Slow
nr,E.?uoor sto:::; rvilding, .
July 21. 1ST 1 :1
7, VICTORIA. B. G.
EatU on Coiynguncnts.
TT-FAS JITST RECEIVED TUB E-AP.GEST
JLJL stock ot " "
vtiimiM liiiu a.kiii usuto
over imported to Oregfm City, which lio
otrws at greatly rQuuwa gr:cc3. -.ai.y slock
lias thorn lnrgnlv Lnore.asCd-anrt -I can
show as liaml.-iofrtp ;i l'r.e of ready-mail"
goods in iIcn and Coys Unsuiess and.
lhess &uits. Touts, etc.. as can be found
in t he country, and at prices that caenc-t
fail to satisfy. My - " .. ..."
Is filk :1 v.-Iih a splendid aFsort.rnonfc.of a-11
tho leading styles and fash.ioun.blO tsixadC'S
of goods - ' -
ilmjtveHs talh, " ;
' JVlolisiiirs,' l,vri! ell and
Aiiir.cnii Uxv&K Goods
by their fathers' farms better than
they have dons, and hundreds of
thousands of men and women who
have left the fatm and farm-house
must return to then?. It is pleasant
to relleet that a living can be wen
from the ground, arjd that agricul
ture holds ! certain enr for all cva
troubles. Mr. Cirteley's old advice,
'Gowest, young man," wi'..s based
upon a philosophy whose sqnndnera
tho peonlo of this time cannot ques
tion. The tendency in his ti'nie was
to overdo business, and that tendency
went on, to the distressing results of
w hich all of us are the witnesses and
It i pitiful to sco men and women
lying ivlle. It is pitiful to see them
in great maspos thrown oni; of em
ployment. We wish they could Io
made to understand how hopeless
tho situation is fi-u" at leiist half of
them how necessary it is -that they
shonld .seek emuhiymenfc in agricul
tural pursuits, in lives of industry
adapted to the present circumstances
of the eonntfv in anything and any
place exoept that which is proved to
be insufficient for the-ir needs. This
change muSfc come, and the quicker
it comes the hctfer for them and tho
better for the country. Liet-us leave
nothing to the political doctors.
They cannot help us with any of
their r.chemes, except uy giving us
an honest financial system. ICvrn
this cannot work the miracle of mak
ing people consume more. than they
want, and of supplying work yliero
it is not needed. The American peo
ple are not kicking m shrewdness
patience, adapt iveness, and industry.
ind thff-good time v.ul come, though
it is likely to be long delayed. Dr
.. G. Holland: Scribaer for Cktoljcr.
if l. a isnsr ls,: .'
riaid. Plain nndOr.em nfmnels. of all col
ors, lii.'uchcd and Uubie-.wjhCfi Cotton
IjuiSIos' mill C'fasts X'adervrare,
Slia wis n n it .'j.-aris,
lints ss -it! CjtRsi,
Oil (Jloili S"-
T.have fust returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased! one of the
LAMEST AfJD BEST SELECTED o
"' STOCK OF GOODS
ever before ofTore-d in this city ; and consists
in part, as follows : .
Dcots and -Ghoes, .
Cloth int', .Dry qoods',
Hatjajid Ciips, ; '
" Hosiery of Every Description,
. Hardware, Groceries,
Paints and Oils,
. Sash and Doors,
Chinaware, ' - - Queenswarc,
Stonwa-re, '- : Crockery,
".- -. .
Jewelry of Various, Qualities
. And fetylcc,-Clpcks and
" iVatCllCS, Tiadies and
. . '; Gents' Furnishi
Patent Medicines,-. Goods, Fancy 1ST
.. EopC, Y.ming : ' tiohs of Every
ImplSniCB'fa'.'Of . . ' Description
AJ Kinds, Carpets,
. aiattiags, OH.
.o . ' -Cloth, VtCli Paper, etc
Of the alove list, I can say my . stock is the
. HOST COKPIBTB
ever offered in this market, and was seletcid
wit h especial car.v for the-Oreon Oily trade.
All of waich I no:. oner tor sale at mo
.Lovjcst Market Rates.
JvTo ust- futile ladies, or any otic else, to
think, of jroinjr to Port land to buy goods for
I am DHcnmnil to Sell Uheap aua not to
allow myself to be
9 o GROCERIES,
Croclcci'V, fcc, Sec.
CORKER OF SEVEXT1I AND 3fAW STREETS, OREGON CITY.
t ALSO, o
A LARGE LOT OF
DRESSED CEDAR AsD FINISHING LUMBER,
j'kinds, for sale in quantities to suit, at reasonable rates.
M J JiOJI AN D IS J.
OLD U TIIE STATE CP OREGON
v4 lid. O il U J hj W i
1 .would call sn-ciru attention to my
st-ock of ?Icn'B nn.T T-oa Kan rvsmcisco
notF. . -.vliich 1 hnvo sold for a number ot
years past wit ii jr;uCi"ll prif.isfaction. Kv-'
cry v.air varraz'tod. A connjlete stoc-ii of
d Wl ft-
Choice leas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Tu-.y IVicat. Also,
LIVERPOOL AO GAIAH ISLAND SALT.
Hishci,t l'rico aid for all kinds of
20,QQQ lbs. cf TV
for -which I sH. ail pay fl;e" to!.?h',st cash
Or.on City, Bcpt. 30 1S75. tf
"Whole streets in Canton are occu
pied by venders .of birds' nests, a
dainty which, rendered into soup, is
regarded a most delectable morsel
This nest is tho size of a small te;
cnv, and -weighs scarcely halt an
ounce. It is of creamy vrhitenCvS,
and fiitches twice it. weight in silver.
This is the first nest, and is made of
a gelatine produced from the body of
the bird. When the rapacious hunt
er turns out the homeless bird and
bears "oil" the prize, the little archi
tect, being unable to secrete suCicient
gluten for another, mixe.i in sticks,
feathers and dried grass. These also
and a market at a much lower price.
The third and last nest bc-Lig com
paratively worthless for food, the
poor little builder is allowed to re
tain possession and roar its family.
A million and a half dollars are an
n ally expended bv the Chinese for
i. i i i -i -i ,.
i.ur iu.u., aim iiumueas oi men
spend their lives in the perilous work
of collecting the nests from 'deep
lnguuui czius ana over
. .... g
t i -i . . " .
-v canujuaie ior a vacant vicarage
in England announces an invention
of hu own which may Drove to be
It is a peculiar arrangement
a clock to give
he end of the
half hoar the clock sounds an alarm
ii tho preacher does not conclude
within three minutes, down comes
the pulpit, with tho parson and the
ol the milni'-. with
warning. When at
rest of the.
Ux.raorilinary Opportunity for the
Uciior of t!u A
Iti.li..na,l.n.i.,e l'ranc!,.;;i-J IJnsh ;.'reet
u 1- r:.i-ei,, l,.,VVe insallv ,Y- x u ,d t ;
m,-ft (;;; V"-l,n l-rit..rv. Turee o"
l',ui.i,..,.r,.. ii - , . ' at. l tH1
: "- 1. 1 oiu ui.l
tite m,: . .-J.li.oth
i.iey win h;iv,. with
iiiuoii.ii i suriiMi
111 r . . . ' i
and workmen to i T
i .!.- iii etiiiii.' espi'i-i-tu v
, r - , ' ,"."""'N oi i ue l-a.-.,S
1M" i:'asftl Ji int i)
Ks-es '.an. h, Priv.i I)isiaSl.s
l-ltllll. fe. t :i ,...,,.,... 4. .
oxp-.-im. attendm- sr.t-h atri Mh-v will
K I I
All I ask is a fair chance aad quick pay-
meats, believing as I do that
Twenty Tears Experience
in Oregon City enables me to know the re
ouiromonta oi thc trad. Come oue and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
cannot, be beaten in quality' or price. It,
would 1,0 useless for ne to tell you all the
rtu vantages I can olfer you in me sale of
jroods, as every store that advertises does
that, and nrobaiiiy you have "ueen disap
pointed. All 1 wirui to say 13
Co.nc, nr.tl S:.',nnJ Exitinius fr Yourselves
fori do it'it rWish to malto any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old friends now
that lam still alive, and desirous to sell
troods cheap, for c;ish, or upon such terms
a agreed uoori. u nankins all for tlio liber
al viutronae hcreto(Vir bostowftl.
Main .Street, Oregon City,
Txsal Tenders and County fJorio taken at
market rates. 'J'HOS. CJHAJWI AN.
C5O,O0O ibs wool wanted bv
J. P. -WAUO.
GEORGE A. 3IARXH2TO.
BRU3uiSTS AUD APOTHECARIE
vw.v.fti.iaiji yst j.ft-- . XJ J.
JLiik, general assortment of
Drugs and Cliemicals,
tom.JS and Jirnslios, ,
$UAiiiiPclSracv Ftuiry .-nif.
Toilet Articles, '
t-voroseitw il, I.aisii) Chimneys,
tila.s Puiry, 1'.. in is, ail.
VariiisSn-s am , JJy StutTs,
S AND LlSUflSS I'Ott m
i t ..I
ITTOTTTftD IXFOrt?r TI IK riTIZKXS OK
V ()r vrrn City and vicinity that ho is
prepared to furnish
Of every description, at lov rates.
I5ry rioorifi, Ctlliiir, Ilitstic,
S;)n:-'p, (for 5;lielvins), Ii.itic,
P:rli-ts, ausH'oiifc Posts, Cedar,
' Constantly on. hand.
frot't and Sidcwsilk lumber furnished
on tiie shortest not at as low a rates as
it can be purchased in the rttate.
(Jive me a call at the
ORM.'ON CITY SA V.' MII.I.S.
Oregon C ity. June 10, 1ST5 :tf
YOU CAN'T ATirortE)
TO EE WITHOUT IT !
VCV i v.
and G.li, ut
thor.t - creat
K MONTH TA IT.T.rSTUATED PATKR
V published at P.)-' land. Soiiia of the
-st x.rif'Tsiri the 1 ite contribute to its
eolums. Tiie Wkst yiioi'.E is
ii,: UikLi i LL jt i t i f -i
! in Oregon, and contains in each isvie
b'f id 's artiel s of j.n'-ral Lit rntur a
1 si ri.ution oi'soni' i ortion r tiie State fr
! Was -lin-.rton T-rritorv. A lull lis' of larm-
! in land? to let or lor pale. Has an
j llla:,trat?il lIor!i?n!ri?ral r-rpirlmrnt,
And other valuable information not to be
found iri any other ro.:-r on the ao-isf.
I A en;);,- of it s -lit to !'ri"inis abroad, will
! ,trivr til -til a b tter id'a of the I'e.cill
1 Northwest than any ;ih r publication.
! S nt jiosta re pai j for one year on r-ceipt
of 1 Gj; sin '1j cOi'ie, 2 c-nts. A'!.1r-ss,
I septlO:wfl Portland, Oregon.
tTTi) vsicians' Prescri lit ions carefully
com nr)uinl..'d, iind all orders Correctly an-
E-?"Open at all hours of the nisht.
I'y.MI accounts must be paid monthly,
noviilf WAUDit HARDING.
STATE COAD OF fLIiHEOnATfGn.
T7OUTIIE PURI'OSK OF AFFORDIXC
ji lmormanori in iinniiirrants ivna in
tend J-mi tyrants to Oregon, now in loreirn
countries and sister States, and for cireu
latins such intoruintion abroad bv this
I-oard, ad persons in tins State havinjr
l-'arms and Lands for shle or H"nt. or de
sirous of loriiiiiv.!: Colonies, will please for
ward tot his Hoard a.- soon as ossible de.
taile'd d'scrutions ot their Farms and
Lands, Loc:Uion, Price ami Terms of Sale;
or condit ions of renting: anil all persons
ler-irous of obtaining Agricultural or other
Laborers, wi'l plcasu communicate direct
with this l'.oard. .
py Instructions of the Commissioners of
immigration. WILLIAM HF.IL,
o.'eblm i A State Com'r of Immigration.
JOHN It. MIL.LF.lt
VJA63I1 AQD GAHH3A0H
!-'h to avail t!
"I know you sir!" I shouted and
be moved away -without another
May the Lord forgive mo for that
i . l.i t i- ...... . :
TllT!ll a wurtv; uin m miiii, ji.hc l uvn'i un- jikhuhh. iv umt m,.. i
acted the same. When morning ! .1-arney to s.m Fraueiseo or In. iimatZ !
came, after a niaht so bitter that Vo- i TL,tih- .-io
lioemen were frozen on their heats, I j ot- relief.
opened the tront tioor to nna mat . insm unon is en.n-eiy responil(ie an.!
lu.v den.1 on tue steps, irozen to i
death I I knew as the deat wliite
face looked up at nie tlironprli the
Hiow, that I Lad wronged him with i tute for circular.
rH.llt.li I'. ft .1 .
( .....o..!' il,,. I.i:.... . . .... " .
''- 1VI ii-nii", Willi
m ie niriei i:,ven vi mnt if .;i
It U ii.e-Uess to savthat the
I is entirely rps
the l irsrest and most popular of the
kind in Anierica. curing thousands an !
nually. 11 Mumlr the tiineand place I
and come early. HTSend to thp rt;
will not be r,'s?.
cr.Tirr.iet- d bv m v wi '
this dat -. she havi!
board without Just i .
Clackamfts Count v.
:V OIVHN THAT I
s : 1 . ' " for a n yr ii bt s
, 'irih K!iz i, from
. 1-tt my bed and
nr ; r'vrent;rri.
i : 1AM H. vaii:.
ict. H, 1ST5.W4
ONK .SECOND-HAND STEAM
i,neTi 8 ieh: bor 21 inch.
- w. enquire at
J. II. MOORE'S
Se'pt.5, 1S75 ;UChllie ShP' reSn C"r'
rTlJIE UND E U S I O N E D
I tii:in -i 1 1 li.-ft Vow
Shop r -e -idly rccupied bv th
late David smith, corner of
Mam aad Third street, Oregon City, take
this method of iniormi'is; tiie public in
u'Tierai, liir.t we are now prepared, with
am pie room, gooit materials, and the very
bsr ff .M' ciianics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete, any sort or a vehicle from
common cart to a Concord Coach.
ueuirai Joij.nn:;, Aeatly, tiuicldy
and CUeapIy Done.
iioiiSK-siionixc; a specialty
Come and trv us.
ruiocii a i2iMin; ( nrnrr of Stark
OTANK HOOKS RULED AND ROUND
P to any deft,irel pattern. Music boo'ks
.ia?:"7m s, .Newspapers, etc., bound in ev
-. .,... 'ii i ic niiuw ii 10 i ne i rrad
"fi1 r iroiii iuu o.uniry
ter- !ri to.
irTaPERSAL. TJ1 I L L S,
LaUocquc, Savior & Co.
?SlconS.tantl5' on hand fo" sale Flour
.uiuuuuKs.nranana Chicken Feed Parti.
j.ift...fti..jftftj, iccu muaii lux his u i ne sack.
A N D
"Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
REVISED AIS'D CORRECTED BY THE AUTHOjlt,
E. Ie I Cl'RTIS, JI. I., itc, &
A Medical Essay on the causes and cure
of premature decline of man, showing how
health is lost, and how retrained. It gives
a clear synopsis of the impediments to
marriage, tiie treatment ot
nhvsical debility, exhausted
ill other diseases a M'Crtammir thereto;
tiie results of twenty j ears successlul practice.
OPINIONS OK THE PRESS.
CURTIS ON "MANHOOD." There is no
member of society by whom this book will
not be found useivl.'whet her he be parent
preeeptor or tflerjrvman. I.mtlon Timrs.
CUKTIS ON ""MANHOOD." 1 his book
should be read by the young for instruc
tion, anu by the s filleted lor relict;. it will
injure no one. Mihml Jimex timl uaz'itc.
l'riC'j" One Dollar, by mail or express.
Address the author, DIt. CUKTIS, 5.1'i Sut
ter street, or 1. O. Lox 3iJ7, San Era ncisco,
Cal. aug. 27 dyisdom
S2 50 3?33R YEAR,
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Each number contains the '
LATEST TELEGHAFHIC BEVS,
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A Corrected I.st of the Market, i
Porilsnd, San Francisco cud Crcccn Uty
LGCAL XEY, S, EDITORIALS, o
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In Short, it is in Every Respect a
Having a large and constantly increasing fc3 t
Circulation in the most populous part of P '
the ytate, offers sujerior induceineiftts to
those whoAvish to Advertise.
Wlio are suffering from the effect of
yotit litul follies or indiscret ion, will do
well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon laid at th" altnrof suffering
humanity, int. SPl.VMA" will guar
antee to forfeit fob!) lor every case of se
minal weakness, or private disease of
any kind or character which he under
takes and tails to curoPlli' would, t he re
lore, say tothe unfortunate sutfi rer who
may read this notice, that vou a re tread
ing upon dangerous ground when you
longer delay in seeking the roper r -m-edy
for your complaint. You may be in
the first stage; remember you ar- ap
proaching the last. If you are bordering
upon the last, and are sulTering some or
all of it s ill el feet s, remem b r t hat if you
persist in procrasti nation, t he t ime must
come when the most skill'ul physician
can render you no assistance; when the
door of hope will be closed against you ;
when no angel of mercy can briny: you
relief. In no case has the Doctor tailed
of success. Then let not despair work
upon your imaginat ion, but avail your
self of the beneficial results of his treat
ment before your case is beyond t lie
reach of medical skill, or b"lire grim
deal h hurries on to a premature grave.
I-'ull course of treatment i?J." ('!'. Seno
money by Postolliee order or Kxpress
with lull deserntion of case. Call or
address, Dii ,, IZ, (ii,J.N::V,
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco.
J O U Ell GO C-3 R A F,
31am St., Oregon City.
Buttcr,-Bgg;sJ hlAMTACTlllER AM) n!PCRTEU
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PROCUCF
J will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
CASH OR ITS EQ VIVA LENT
n Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
CASH SIV HA'D.
CASn PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1873.
CALL TIIE ATTENTION
Of Tl'llm r-c- n Jt .11. . . ...
...ft..-, CVMU .jtuers nucrestedin music,
to the following works, as being the best of
their class :
A new Class-Book for Female Voices.
IMce S Per Dozen. Sample copies, mail
ed, post-paid, on receipt of $1.
warr, tt, etc.
71IICII HE OFKEIIS AS CHEAP AS
can uc nau in tne state, at
.WHOLESALE Q? RETAIL.
f&l warrant my goods as represented.
19 0 0 DEER 8 EC IH
J1HK11 KIN DS OF HIDES. KOU
v "men J will pay the highes market
price in cash p.ring on your hides and get
3 our coin ior inetn.
JOHN SOUK AM,
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, lS73-m3.
A Class-Book for Children. Used in all
the principal Public Schools. Price $G
Per Dozen. .Sample copies mailed, post,
paid, on receipt of 60 cer ts.
The Most Popular School Slnging-r,ook
ever published. Price S7 50 Per Dozen.
Sample copies mailed, post-paid, on re
ceipt of 73 cent, o
Aug. 6 ;w8
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843 BROADWAY, X. V.
to 6 Sf Per Day at home. Terms
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tni) of the Jyuntis, and every affection of the
j.noiti, i.ungsanu Chest, including fox
AVistar's Rulsnm of Willi Clierry does
not ,ry up a cough, but loosens it, cb-anses
ft... ;.un, ,i.m auays irritation, thus re-
mwinti inr cause ol the complaint.. None
genuine unless signed I. Putts. Prepared
by SKTir V. Kowlkr it Sons, poston. Sold
by Hr.nniNOTox, Hostkttku & Co., San
x la.ieisco, anu oy dealers generally.
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OREGON CITY, : OKIXiOX.
AIIE PP.EPAKED TO EXECCTE
V an Kinus ol
V AM I'll LETS,
in fact all kinds of work done a in Printing
ALE KINDS OP
o . 0
constantly on hand, and for Mleataslcw
a pnee as can "be had in tiie Si2t?.
A N D
Oregon City, March 21, PsS-tf.
AGENTS FOR TIIE E.TEE
act as agents lor the J-.NTVKfKihF. :
(ioo. P. Koweil & Co., JO Park Kow. New
lOrit. f.,.rtt ctri'tt
. It'.il Ml P.
Philadelphia. m , c. Vlic,,.. 4trcct
On tho McKinzie River. Lane Co., Oregon
A CHARMING SDHIER RESORT.
TH ESE RPR INO S A RE LOC A T E D
about filty-tivo miles cast of Ku'-cne
City, and within four miles of the celebrat
ed P.ig Prairie of the McKinzie. Thev are
wit Inn a lew hundred yards of Horse Creek
one oi the most famous trout streams in
Oregon Heer and elk are very plenty near
these Springs, having boon the resort for
ages of these animals. The grandest and
most 1 ieturesque scenery of the North Pa
cific. I have tho best buildings and the
best accommodations of anv Serines in
this part of the State. Mv bath house is
new, and is constructed with reference to
tho wants of those visiting mo from the
valley. I also have an excellent vnpor
bath room constructed near the head of
the Spring, and in all things, I rroposoto
keep up with the demand lor an institu
tion of this kind.
An experienced physician in attendance
at all times. Hoard and Iodgin-r in prood
style for those who prefer it. Animals can
be pastured for small cost, and be perfect
ly sate. . a. N. FOLEY,
may 6 It . Proprietor.
A. NOL T K TZ
St. Helens. Columbia
Astoria, Clatsop county.
Jiarnsnurg. - ; " j i,.Kermison
l.atayette, ammn e..u...j av(, j0m Si
Hallus, Polk county I i:,ty
Eola 'ii' K. Hanna
Jacksonville W.A. Wells
I Sen t on con n t y ' j 0 h ti l 'urnef t
Corvallis c v 1. I.aswell
Canyon City.O'rant to x" . Arnold
Dalles, Waseo county, frais
EaOrande, I'nion county--- U'y. Knox
1'endleton, Umatilla counO- -1-1",.0m psoi.
ESne City WaTT.
Roseburg ;(. -j- Aiontague
I-banon J.'u' 1-!ls,V'
1T,,n r V. h ovarst?
Jacksonville lion. 1 c- jiuston
Long Tohi ."
- :i ...J.. Samuel
.....- T,ins pOVCe
(P. P. Fisher
'.I. II. smith
Jl, V Strawser
J- j. Wright
l.'n.n'k W. Foster
C u.t.Z- C. Norton
- 1 W yiore land
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