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FKBIUARY 13, 1874.
The furmers throughout the valley are
preparing their ground for seed.
An Kncampment of the I. O. O. F.
was organized at Eugene City last Mon
See advertisement in another column
of the Pliwnix Plant Cataloguo for the
spring of 1874.
An establishment for canning salmon
will he erected at Ellensburg, Curry
county, the coming spring.
We notice a general rush this week at
the new store of Bradley, Harsh & Co.
They have a firieassortment of goods, and
are doing a large business, the result of
At a meeting of the Order of the
C hampions of the Red Cross on the 7th
inst., Messrs. F. A. Johnson, E. F. Ile
roy and G. II. Deiand were elected del
egates to the State Temperance Union.
A potition is being circulated in East
ern Oregon for the establishment of a
tri-weekiy mail route between Baker
City and Canyon City, via Aubom and
Prairie City. It will supply a large
scope of country.
On nest Saturday evening the cham
pion funcy skating contest, between
Messrs. Heury Thompson and Daniel
Harvey, will take place at the Rink, for
a valuable gold prize and the champion
ship or Oregon. Both gentlemen arc
well known to the Rlnk-goiug public
as being good skaters; hence the con
test will be a spirited one.
The following persons are duly authorized to
act as Agrafe for the NKV XoirriiWKsr :
lary P. Snow
..New York City
I.orace H. Itaur
Mrs. S. M. Miller
Mrs J. It. Poster-
A. A. Manning
Miss VlrgtnU Olds.
Mrs. J. W. Jackson
A. V. Beach
Rev. Win. Jolly .. . .
Hon. T. W. Davenport
Mary J. Matters.
A. IV. Klanard
H. H. ClauhtHi.. ....
C. A. Reed
Mrs. O. T. Daniel.
Mrs. Nellie Curt
Mrs. M. F. Cook
Mrs. M. C. Cllne-
Mrs. R. A. Vawters.
Mrs. It It Bishop
Rev. J. F. Damon..
Mrs. Jane M. WllMn
G. It Blood
Mrs. M. Jeflries.
Dr. J. W. WtM.
Mrs. M. Kelly
A. N. Arnold
O. W. Lawkon
Mrs. C. A. Oobnrn
Sin. J. DeVore Johnson
J. T. Scott. Esq
Mrs. A. E. Corwln
Geo. Kngle ...
J. V. Jackson .
L. I. Fisher
Mrs. Laura lie Force Gordon
Mrs, Nellie Mowmaii .
. -Traveling Agent
I. T. Maulsuy
G. AW Brock
U. W. Barnes
Mrs. E. OaksheU
Mrs. J. C. Hayes
Ilnlnn RlllfP W T ;
A , ' II
nerval", Oregon '
. .Y'reka. California '
M. 1. Owen
k whitinore... Jsaefimento, California i
Mrs. Sarah Hurry
-Stockton,' California i
Mrs. Sarah VVallis.
.jiayueiu. cauiornia ,
"Woman' Journal" Boston, Massachusetts
Charles w. Tappan... .Salt l,ake City, V. T
Mrs. L. M. Howell .Phenlx, Oregon
Mrs. M. J. Penland -Halsey, Oregon
Mrs. M. A. IMmlek Hubbard, Oregon
D. P. Porter Shedd's, Oregon
Other parties desiring to act as Agents will
pi esse forward their names. We want Agents
at every postofSee throughout Oregon and
Methodist Episcopal Ciimcn Corner ol
Taylor and Third. Res-. G. W. Izcr, Tastor.
Preaching services In the morning at 11 o'clock;
In the evening, from April to July, at:tf; Au
gust to Xovember Ht7-H: Decemoer to March
at 7. Communion service-the first Sabbath
morning In each month. Prayer meetings
, Sabbath evening, one hour belore preaching;
young people's prayer meeting, Wednesday
evening: rarular weekly prayer meeting on
Thursday evening, and general experience
meetinc on first Thursday evening In each
month; all at same hour as preaching service.
rtoon meetings uauy. nunuay rcuooi ni r.
v.; Chinese Sunday School lit 3:.iu: Sunday
School Missionary Concert on first Sunday in
each month at 2 p. M. Strangers cordially In
vited. Pews free.
First Pkbsbyterias CurRTii Corner Wash
ington and Third. Rev. Dr. Llndsley, Pastor.
ResMence, corner Morrison and Ninth streets.
Sabbath services at 11 A. M. ami 7:K P. M. Sab
bath School and Bible Class at 12:30. Prayer
meeting at : 15 p.m. Lecture Thursday even
ing at 7: IS. Gentlemen will be in attendance
at the doors to conduct strangers and visitors
Unitarian Chapel Corner of Yamhill and
Seventh streets. Rev. T. L. Eliot, Palor. Reg
ular services every Sabbath at 11 A. M. nnd 7:t"i
p. X. Sunday School at 1S:1S. The evening ser
vice Is omitted on the first Sunday or every
month. The Communion Service Is at 3:80 p.
M. on that day. Pastor's residence, Salmon
street, between Fltth and Sixth.
Baptist Church Comer Fourth and Alder
streets. A. It Medbury, Pastor. IVeachlngon
Sabbath at 11 In the morning and at 7:lt p. x.
lTayer meeuneon inursuay evening of each
week at s. hsabuatn scuool at lis o'clock Sun-
weK ai i,uai
alter morning preaching.
Baptist Missiox East Portland. Services
at cottage on the corner or G and Seventh
streets, every Sunday at 11 and at i. Sabbath
School aHer morning preaching. Neighbor
hood prayer meetlag Tuesday evenings.
Catholic CHrRCH Corner Stark and Third
streets, nev. Father Fierens In rliarge, assist
ed by Ror. C Detahunter. First Mns, eon a.
m. Second Mass, 8 o'clock; High Mass, ISA);
TnlNrnr CiirRCH Comer of Oak and Finh.
Rev. R. S. Xevlus, D. D., Rector. Sunday
Knhnnl at S:li A. M. Morninz service at 11.
Evening servleeH at 7. Leetures Friday even
Bishop Scott Grammar School- Geo. linr
n. RliartlBln. Divine services In the large
schoolroom of the Grammar School every San-
day morning at ociock. sunuay cuooi at
sr. RTHiMtKN".s CnAPEL Corner Madison and
Fourth. Rev. John Rosonburg. I"astor. Ser
vices at 11 in the morning aud 6 In the evening.
Sunday Seltool directly nfter morning service.
irT.T. Sr. M K. Ciinccn Comer Hall and
Sixth. Rev. W. IL Melsse. Pastor. Services at
11 A. v. and p. M. Sunday School at 8 A. 31
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening.
St. DavW's CIiapel East Portland. Rev. C
R. lion aell, minister In charge. Services at 11
In the morning and t in the afternoon. Sun
day School at 92) In the morning.
Congregational East Portland Servica at
the sehooliiouse in the McMillan District, ft 11
In the morning: Sabbath School at 12:15. Rev,
W. H. Joslyn, Minister.
.?.vST .oxxs.2. yl-3- Cnuncit-Rev. J. W.
Miller, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7. p.
r. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting
A. M. E. Ziox Chdrch Xorth Third street
between B and C Rev. J. F. AndersonVPastor
Colohed M. E. CntTRcn-Room over & J.
McCprmlck's store. Rev. Daniel Jones, I-aslorl
ShoofatVr! M- aud 7:45 r-
tor. Services at 11 in the morning and "'aoin
the evening. ' -in
St. TiMO-rnVs Cilvpel Bishop SeoU Gram
mar School, corner Eighteenth and C strSti.
Rev. Geo. Burton, Pastor. Services on Sunday
at 10 A. M.
Scandinavian Ltmr. Cucncrr East Ton.
land-Services In English at 2 In the anernonn
A. E Frldrlohsen, D.TU,, Tatter. "n.
A Woman's Cows Sola to Paj-Her Taxes.
KP.ESII TROOr ON WOXAS'S MOPER SHAnE I2t
THE COMING -ETj:i2JSIAI
On the first lift v hf f lila TotT V 4 1 n
collecWrof taxes in Glastonburyi.Co'nn.,
ji. luc uuse oi .Auoy 'naomith
ana her sister, to execute an attachment
upon their property, to secureiaymerit
of their taxes. 1 '
It will be remembered that these" la
dles went to town mectinir. and askm!
the men there assembled "if thev gave
them no hope at voting, to sefl their
land for the taxes, as they could not get
the tax from" the land."
They asked that thi snip
at the east end of lii farm'. n iim
being farthest from the houso. wnnlil
leave them their homo till the last. But
e power that could take the property I
I ir -tx consent ?"d against the
wish of the owners, could take such part I
i LpI?pey U chos?: -1
tt."2i u ,nB'i tlie tax collector, leaving ,
', ' ariS! no1cho ce told them he must
tothtaw? I,rl,crty ,lrsti according1
row theMisses Smith had "a fine lot rr
Alderny cows," eight in number, "every
one of which they had reared, and thev
were much attached to them." In was
on these cows that the tax collector
levied. He might have sold the land,
or any inanimate thing they possessed
and the hurt of it would not have had
the cruel sting with this rude parting
with the pets of the place.
"He took seven of them, for he said
'cows were low, and ho wanted enough '
The tax now is only $101.30. The next
tax comes in March." Seven cows fora
Miss Smith says: "We pleaded hard
fora respite, till we could speak again
before the town. "VVc wanted to petition
the men, we said, to let us own our land
as they owned theirs', and then we would
willingly pay our taxes; and how much
better it would be to have the money
paid freely than to have all this trouble
about it! The town had waited on a
factory company in tho north part of
the place for their taxes for years, till
the company failed, and they lost sev
eral thousand dollars by it. "We had
our share of the money to pay; a larger
share, as it appeared by hU books, thau
any other of the-inhabitants, and there
was no risk in waiting for us to pay
But they were men, and we are (vonien.
" 'Now,' said we, 'Mr. A., you would
not be willing, personally, to take a
woman's property because she cannot
vote to defend it; no other man in town
would; though you will agree together
to do it. But numbers can never make
it-ricm: no recKonmccan nrove ir m v
sister went into the yard to entreathim
to leave two of the cows together. But
she could not prevail, and tho little soli-
tary COW that was left, the poor man's
portion, has cried ever Since."
They were driven awav to one of the
neighbors, who told Miss Smith that If
he had known the circumstances he
would not have received them.
They were driven away eight days be
fore the time fixed for the sale. Proba
bly this wasdone in hones that the hearts
of ttipsn wnmnn. fnnilnr rntvitfl tli
jmni ii i,,i ,r-.i .i,i -i
,u,a,s lueJ ,lau reareu, wouiu relent,
and the tax be paid, for the take of the
ummais, uciore llio lime Ol lllC sale.
But these clear-headed, courageous
women have determined to stand for
tho defence of a great principle, and the
tax-collector has counted without his
host if he supposes they will yield.
On the eighth of December last, tho
United StatesIIouse of Representatives,
oy a large majority, passed a bill uy
which Jefferson Davis is restored to his i
political rights, to his full share of the j
masculine power to rule over women.
Cn lm olnlitt, nf T.mio.it litaf
Vf l"l VIIILU V I1L. III. jug, UIC
onth later, the sun looked down. in
Connecllcut on the sale, by constraint
mill noconllnrr lo lnvr. of lli nrnnnrtv of
two joyai, peaceauie ana orderly women,
for the support of a llovernment under.
wiucii tuey are uenieU everv nolitical
it is unuer a nag which protects men,
while they deprive womenof thelrproj)
erty upon such terms as they impose
upon no men, except those" who are so
imbecile or diseased that they arc not
responsible, or so wicked that they can
not be trusted, that woman lives in these
How can we honor the Hag, or love
the country where we are held by men,
as conquerers hold their subjects ? One
longs for Whlttier's pen, or Phillips'
speech, to startle this wicked Govern
ment into a sense of the sin and shame
of which it is guilty towards all tho
women of tills land. History furnishes
no parallel to the dishonor which at
taches to this Government for its treat
ment of woman. For in its dire ex
tremity, it had the need of tho help of
women, wno ireeiy gave their property,
their service and their lives. "When the
war was over, and the people came up
from that trial of wounds, of death and
of loss, and the women returned to their
desolate homes, the Government thev
had served left them by statute law the
political companions or criminals and
idiots! The Recording Angel, dipping
iiis pen in the blackness of darkness,
wrote it in the solid rock of history to
the everlasting shame of the Govern
mcnt that, for tho first time since the
world was made, a whole Government
of men deliberately restored to power
the enemies who had sought to destroy
that Government, while it left its allies
and helpers without a single political
right, and those allies the mothers, sis
ters and daughters of the very men who
did it. Verily, "justice has fallen in
the streets, and equity cannot enter."
One woman in Glastonbury rouses her
self to set the great wrong right. She
must remember tn.it "one witu uod is
a majority." The women will surely
rally to her side, and at least help her
bear any pecuniary loss in which she
may be involved. Woman's Journal.
The traveling fashion for dressing la
dies' hair in New York, is a wide braid
extending from the top of the head lo
the nape of tho neck. Though seeming
odd at llrst, this Is better than the great
roll on top of the head, or tho idiotic
fashion or crimps or curls reaching al
most to the eyes.
CHAMPION FANCY SKATING MATCH,
MESSItS. HEXHt THOUPSO.S AXD DAXll.t lllKVtl, j
AVIK take place
At the Skating Rink',
SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY llni.j
For a valuable 1
COLO PRIZE AND THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF OREGON. 1
The Match will Uke.plnceatSV; o'clock.
The prize and championship will be awarded I
bya vote of the audience. i
Tho nerson '
winning ana reuuniug me prize i
the permanent t
The Woman's Journal crediU Mrs.
Livermorc with having made a serious
charge upon the august ofllclals of tho
city of Boston. The statement is this:
That "the last year $4,000 were paid for
soup for the poor, and $41,000 for re
freshments for tho city government."
This in the city famous for the immense
amount of taxes paid by its women, and
this is where a part of their money goes
to. But of course it is none of their
business how much of the money filched
from litem by the assessor goes to re
freshing the city fathers. They have no
The women of Massachusetts are in
earnest about suffrage, and dou't mean
to fall Iniheir object, If industry, perse-
idish anvtblnsr. Thev will present a
petition to the Legislature of the State
Irsking tor amendments to the State
Constitution, so as to abolish all polltl-
cal distinctions on account of sex. We
heartily wish them the success which
their ambition merits.
The lair ol Newspapers.
1. Subscribers rho do not Rive express notice
to the contrary are considered as wishing to
continue their subscriptions.
2. If any subscrlbersorder the discontinuance
of their newspapers, the publisher may con
tinue to send them until all arrearages are
X If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their
newspapers from the'ofllccs to which they are
dlrectedthe law holds them responsible nutll
they have settled the bills, and ordered them
L If subscribers remove to other places with
out Informing the publisher, and the.newspa
pers are gent lo the former direction, they are
5. The courts have decided that refusing to
take uewspap'ers from the office, or removing
.and leaving them uncalled for, Is prima lade
evidence of Intentional fraud.
G. The postmaster who neglects to give the
legal notice of the neglect ot a person to take
from the office the newspapers addressed to
him, Is liable to the publisher for the subscrip
Dr. Host Hick's i'artl.
The undersigned having recently arrived
from the East and located in the city of Port
land, would respectfully announce himself to
the public as a graduate of the regular School
of Medicine and Surgery, with fifteen years' ex
perience In private practice and as Surgeon In
the United States Army, offers his services In
all branches of the profession. Has had expC'
ricuce in those diseases peculiar to women,
onve on virv ir,.t i..ru.n Arit n.i
, Yamhill. over Freeiand's druc store,
j ... '
Samuel's Portland nirectory.the only correct
I anarellableeillUoncverpubllshedhere. Price,
i St 0,lncIudinc supplements in Aprll.JulyanJ
October. The edition for 1S71 will contain new
Illustrations. Advertising space Zi per cent,
lower than any other Directory. Publication
office, at DeLnshnuitt Jfc Oatman's Real Estate
Asency.lIU Flrt St. L..SAMUEL, Publisher.
The Best Place lo purchase CLOTHING and
FI HXISHIXG GOODS Is at the Manufacturing
Establishment of FISHEL fc ROBKUTS, corner
I or First and Washington streets, where there
can always bclound a complete stock of men
' and boys' clothing. The best Merchant Tallor-
lug Establishment In Oregon is connected with
their store, and a perfect lit Is always guaran
teed. 3 u
For tho very best photographs, go to Bradley
A Kulofson's Gallery without STAIRS
"WASCEXD IX THE ELEVATOR, vo Mont;
gomery St. San Francisco.
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And a positive remedy for
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DIABETES.
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DEBILITY,
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tlou, Inflammation or Ulceration of tho
Bladder and Kidneys,
Leucorrhoea or Whites, Diseasesof the Prostrate
. Gland, Stone In the Bladder,
Colcnlus Gravel or Brlckdust Depoiltand Mu
cus or Milky Discharges.
Permanently cures all diseases ol the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS,
Existing lu men, women and children,
US- XO MATTER WHAT
Prof. Steele says: "One liotlle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Uitchu Is worth more than all
other Buchus combine."
Price, SI per Bottle, or Six Bottles for Ji
Depot, So. 101 Dunne St., Xew York.
A Physician In attendance to answer corre
spondence and give advice grails.
AV Send stamp for pamphlets, free.
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
Xo Charge for Advice and Consultation.
TM1.J. It DVOTT. miHnatii nf Jeflprain Med.
J leal College, Philadelphia, author of sever
al valuable works, can be consulted on all dis
eases of the Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which
he has made an etruwiai i. ... in m.b
or female, no matter from what cause orlglnal-
. 'it:. . .. ,".u" ,s sianuing. A practice oral
Sears enables him to treat diseases with suc
cess. Cures mrnnl.l 1, v t i
distance can forward letter desert b-
ijn.tsV. enclosing stamp to prepay
Send for the "Guide torttealth;" price, 10c
J. lit IJYOTT, n. 11.,
PHYSICIAN" AND SURGEON,
101 Duinc St., X. T.
BRADLEY, MARSH &. CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods Warehousemen,
And General Importers of
AjiiKiiAS AND ENGLISH COODS,
Corner of Front and Stark streets,
THIRD STREET DRY GOODS STORE!
Is now receiving from Eastern MorleU
Domestic Cotlon Bleached and Brown, In
all widths from 4 to IJ,; Canton
Flannels, Ticking. Cheviot shining
stripes, Denims, etc.
Flaunels-All wool, silk and wool, cotton and
wool, lu white and colors; twilled
scarlet; blue, gray and plaid shirt
ing; meduate nanuels,ctc.
tlneuss-Table Damask, all prices, .so cents to
ttperyard; shirting and brown lin
en; napkins and Uncn bosoms, tow
r;ls; crash, etc ' ' ' -
IllankeU-CassImcre, tweed, yarns, etc.
Dress floodIn nil the new shades, for fall
and winter. Mourning Goods, etc.
Zephyr Wool, White Good, Embroideries,
Fancy Goods, etc.
WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH!
Land for Sale. " 4
OAf ACRES OF FARMING IVN'D, i miles
O-iU from IL. H. depot at Salem. A1k,
block In East Portland. Enquire or
t 15 5m No. 187 Third street, Portland.
BOOMH-Coruer First mid .Stark St.,
over I.add A Tillon's Rank.
Centals titer Three Ibouisnl Cholte Books
Over 100 Fapors aud Itlagaiiaes.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Sfuutbly Due 81 OO-l'njMblr lurlerly
Din wrrons-Win. S. Ijuld, P. C- Schuyler, Jr.,
M. P. Deadr, 1 H. Wakerleld, W. H.'. Brackett,
A. C. Glbbs, C. II. Iws, M. V. Fehhelmer. II.
Falling, I Ilium.
1 If. WAKEFIELD
P. C SCIIUYI.ER.Jit Treasurer
M. W. FKCHHEIMERw. CorrusiondIng Keo
HENRY A. OXER Librarian and RecSec
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Cniinot Get Out of Order!
FULLY WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
erThc only Bed preserving the body In a
Forfurther particulars, call on or address
S. IS. FOGG,
First Street, between Taylor and Salmon,
.131 Portland, Oregon.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, SALEM, OREGON
J. ir. NII.tTTl Clt, Proprietor.
FREE- CO AC II TO THE HOUSE
FRlill SIIOAIAVATKIt MAY
O T S T E R. S
VllwU- Jit IIetr4lw;
No. 107 Flrot Ntreet.
YSTERS served In every ityle lo kult thti
THE CELEBRATED CHINESE PHYSICIAN,
HAS RETURNED TOTHIS CITY AFTlSll,
an absence of four years, and has opened
hi otllce at the comer of Washington nnd Sec
ond street (up-lar). where he. will treat pa
tients for all kinds of disease with his well
known aklll. 3 19
DR. MARY A. TIIOJM'.SON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
TJESIDENCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
It between Salmon and Main, opposite the
Calls attended in nny part of the city.
Batteries for sale.and Instructions given on
the u of electricity as n Remedial Agent, nl.
J. X. POLr-n.
P, A. DOLI-II.
UOLl-H, BnO.NACGII, II0LIMI i blMO.t.
ODD FELIXIW-S' TEMPIJ3, 1-ORTL.VND.
THE SKATING RINK,
On Fourth Street, betneen Pine and A.
Statlnc livery Day, except Snnday, from 10 to
12 and ironi 2 to 1 o'clock.
Admission Free Vse of.SUntes, 25 ets.
Skatins cveo' Tuesday. Thuixlay and Patnr
day Evcnliijrs, from V. to 10 o'clock.
MUSIC BY BRASS BAND.
Aiiinlsslou. S3 cts. Vse ot Skntes, S3 ets.
Wednesday has been set apart exclusively
forljtdle". .Ill S. PLY.M ALE, lessee.
THOMPSON HOUSE, .
Corner ol First nuil JciTervou .Street".
Kor, per wetk, $1 00 1 Board X Lodslo;, M
BOARD, BY THE .DAY, SI CO. It
J. K. WITIIERE1X,
So. SO JFront Klreef. Portland.
EINDS EMrijOYMENT FOR ALL THOSE
applying for situations In any capacity
from Vfood-chopper down to a Fat Office. Pajs
neclal attention to obtaining Farm Help,
House Servant. Railroad Hands, etc., Irre-
focUve of auonaiuy.
Corner of Front and AfcU street.
P" R0F. CARDINELL has opened his Acad
emyfortho reception of pupils. Evening
rlaasei on Monday and Thursday venlncs.'
Children's class Saturday alternoon. rOIREE:
every Baturday evenlnt
H s C CARDINELL. Tacbcr.
Physician nnd Snrcf.
Offlce-Room No. 9, second floor, S. W. corner
Third and Morrison streets corner-rocan, en-
outonprofesilonalbutlnesi, 1 3 IS tt
' "Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
Ladle and MlsseV
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATs AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornament, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimming, etc.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee Xo
Ladles' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELI.ENDALE WOOLEN
A Full Slock of Blankelt, Yanu, Bea-
ven, Ticeedi and Canimerei
LATEAT NTYLEM BY EVERY hTEAMEH
NT PARTICUIAR ATTENTION tMM to
UEI.I.I.MUKJt X CO.,
Waihlnrtoa St., bet. Sceond sud Third,
TOKirAND , , ... . OREGON
E MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. 1 ARTICLE OP
And all kind of PAtry usually found in ft First
"Good delivered to any part of the clt; -J21.11nl2
BUY NONE MtT THE MENT1
THE "UNIVERSAL" SPRING DEDS!
EVERYBODY Bl'YS THEM !
lirilYf Reeau thev are chenn. simple.
it ilnrnhlf and neat, and can ht put on any
common ktat bcaieau. incv can ' nackru
' and snl to uny oddrvi In a paso ol one foot
Xo Xalls or Serens About Them!
FUllT WAHfiAMTtD FOR THREE YEARS I
frier-Only Tru Hollar!
Agents wanted in every county In the State.
Full directions ltn each bed.
11. II. MORRILL, lroprlctor.
Flrt treet, between Yamhill and Taylor.
C. V. NTEW.IKT,
MorrlMn .treel, St. Charles Hnlldln:
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
AND DEALER IN
Clocks, Watches and Jewelers' Goods.
Repalrlne done as ttitual. 3 11
FRANCIS A. EFPINQER,
VarrlMi Strt, St. Ckrlr Uullllat-.
Book-sollor and Stationer.
THE JONES SPRING BED!
THE BEST IN THE MAJUCET!
r' I5 VERY ELASTIC. CHEAP AND DURA
bTc; has no harbor for vermin and
Cannot Get Oat of Order.
Is now lhe leadlnr. cheap Sprlnc Bed Jn the
Eastern market, it can oe nan oi
ILVRNARD i OR1SWOLD,
Wholesale Agents, Portland,
OrTvler A-Shipley. Forest Grove; C.F.3toyal,
i iruvifi J v. Tavlor. McMlnnvlle: IL W .
Dunn, North Yamhill; Henry Werlns, Hllls-
Refer to Qulmby .t Perkins, American Ex
change, lorlianu; J. l.r-cmi. r uuwcu
and Jerome Porter, i-orrsi. i.rove: ur. nuiion.
McMlnnvllle; A. C. Arclrilwld. I! jllijbpro. and
a hundred other?. TYLER HHIPLE ,
Voref t Grove, Oregon.
JT. M- DYEr
OYSTERS, CLAMS, MUSSELS, FISH,
S ss'crrn.s. CI.AMS AND SALT WATER!
I J Fish received rrom lniget Sound dally.audrJ
delivered to any part of the city at low rates.
Oysters (opened) Wctfc per 1C0; Claras, Met.
FIR15T AND ASH STREETS, PORTLAND.
T. A. WOOD, Proprietor,
milf: Place toTliltflrstofallothers-anlnitl-
L tutlon of real merit Instructive, amusing.
entertaining. New wonders aaaeu every uay
nn mm ii.ii. till 10 r. x.. Sundays excent
ed. Irnlnlon.S cts. Children under 10 halt'
. s lt.ll
OREGON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S
iOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL LB.. . E
lWlianu a ioiiuws ;
For The Dalle :
Dally (Sundays excepted) at S o'clock a. m.
Monday, Wedneilay and Friday, at 8 a. v.
For Kalnma. ami Tneouin:
IMlIy .Sundays excepted! at S A. if.
Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a. m.
S. G. REED, Vice President.
V A L E N T I N; E S !
COMIC AND SENTIMENTAL
V A L E N T I N E.S !
3 cent n Dozen to k3 .10 Enru.
Just recelvel, a full stoeU of rreah
FIELD, rLOWRR, VKOUTAI5LK, TP.EE,
FRUIT AND . ORNAMENTAL TREES,
' Ureeii'IIouoe l'lnnti.
EVERGREENS AND SI! RUBBERY.
Send for catalogue.
HACHENEV iS. STEMME.
Corner of nnt and Tailor tlreetn,
3-2t Portland, Oregon.
RUBBERS AND OVERSHOES,
An article Ioiik needed by the public, have Just
been received Iroin the Eat by
CEORCE A. PEASE &. CO.,
COR. OF MORRtWN AND FIRST STREETS.
Only place In the elty-thal has them.
Call and see them, and you will be sure to pur
cliaNf, as they are so handy, and
cheaper than ordinary goods.
Full 'atisftiotion guaranteed on all good.
. 1. HltlGG.
GENERAL JOBBER IN THE FURNITURE U.1E,
Washington St., bet. Third and Fourth,
FURNITURE REPAIRED A. VARNLSIir ',
llialrs Rr-Cincd tat lane fur Sale.
Will go out to residences to do anything m
tnsm Male theRepairingof Ghair a specialty.
Donl want any tint Purses around. 3 17
MR. X I'lIAM IIKNDKK.
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM
ou;;rrsB Hall, llusli .Street-,
3Vtwen California aud Montgomery streets.
Room , second tloor. Circles Thursday and
.Saturday evenings. Seane for bulnes.
CH. LOUIS KUHN,
ImNITIIREaatade lo order ; nlso neatly re-
paired, varnto-ied and polished, by a com
petent mecname uv ren-wnaim: irruit. uriwr
onbrs at corner Thlri and A streets. 2 "jOtf
ci mis. tttfe&vrii,
TNVnKS nIS 0IJ IVTJtGKS AND THE
X Pubilejrenerally to call at lilu
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Wnshlnstou t., one tloor cast of fciJrd.
CITY MARKET COFFEE STAND,
K YOU CAN GET A NO. 1 CUP OF
3ee, tea. or chocolate.at any hour of the
nt IS o'clock Promptly Served.
Alwavs on hand, choice Soups, Meats, Poul
trv. Game and Fish, served In the best style.
Pies, rak and doughnuts, fresh every day.
Coffee saf-rited for I'artie, Ralls and Fami
lies, on tbs &ortcst notice
OPEN lROM -, A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Please-give me ecull.
-M. H. SHEPARD.
A. C WALLINC,
Book and- Job Printer,
prrrocK,'.s buixjuno, uivstairs,
Com'tr Front aud fitark Ureeln,
WToit done at REASONABLE KATES. :-S3-
WittCOCK & iNTERMELA,
BaBneir CKf Market Slalfe i, 5, C, 7.
-IITE ARE NOW ESTABLISHED AND
ready for tha transaction of busslccss In
our new stand, where we. have on hand all the
Luxuries ana .vuuitanuais usuuuy rauwiura
And -where, by a strict attention to our custom
ers and prompt delivery of goods, we hope to
make .our place of business a success.
Onr Xotta: Quick Sale $ Small Profits.
XO IVOODCOCKJt INTERMELA.
C. S. SILVER
TS -SEIXING GOODS VERY LOW,
131 First Btreol,
XettreenMorrUoa lui Yunhlll, " SI
SMAtL-POX CURE AND PREVENTIVE,
Nowprepared and kept on hand at my offlcs,
Cor. Vlrt aud Main Streets.
sriti: tTRi: on preventiye'
For that disease.
SAMUEL CORWIN, Proprietor.
The history ol this medicine cannot better be
explained than by Inserting the following let
ter: ., Ran Francisco, July 2, 1372."
My Dear Old Friend, Samuel fcorwln:
I have no doubt but you will be much surprised
on receiving this letter, but. perhaps, not more
so, or more gratified, than I was to hear from
you. The manner In which I heard from you.,
and learned or your whereabouts, is this: V
happened to be looking over an Oregon paper
and noticed yonrtiame.as representative elect,
from Tillamook county. The thrill or pleasure
which I experienced on reading Is Indescriba
ble. The many acts of kindness which I re
ceived at your hands long years ago had never
been forgotten, notwithstanding our corres
pondence has been brken Tor beventcen years,
well, Sam, I won't attempt to give you more
than the outlines of what has transpired with
me since we last corresponded. So many Inci
dents of (he past, in which you and I were con
nected, crowd ui-on my mind that I em not
t lilnk or write ot myself. Does your mind ever
revert to the past, when we llrst met how you
took me in as a partner, when those who
should have been my bet friends threw off on
me how we got snowed in and had to live on
potatoes straight for six weeks how good that
grizzly meat tasted what a disgraceful retreat
we made from our poor innocent Jack, when
we thought wo were beeiged by a grizzly T
Well, Sam, those events of 1S52 frequently fur
nish subject matter lor my thoughts, and, a I
am writing to you, crowd upon my mind, but I
will dismiss them for tbe present to gie place
to that which will, perhaps, be of greater Inter
est to you.
I pocketed eleven thousand dollarsoutof the
"Deep Claim" you gave nie in Mara po-u, and
started for home In June, 141T. Unvested lour
thousand dollars In real estate In this city, and
left It In careofMcl-niie.ouroId cabin mate. My
property here has yielded me a handsome in
mine, and quadrupled In value. I went Into
busiur" in New York city. In which I was very
ueceslul -sold out two years ago, since which
lime I have been traveling In European coun
tries. You know I used to have a weakness for
traveling well, it has been gratified to my
heart's content. While In Franco I was taken
with the small-pox. The lady of the Inn told
me that I was fortunate to take the disease at
that place, as there was an old small-pox doc
tor nirbv who never failed tocure.no matter
hou-had tlie disease; and sure enough, I began
lo recover within four hours nftcreommcuclng
to take the inedlclne.and In twenty-rour hours
I felt quite well. I was so much elated with
the magical eftets or the medicine that I was
determined, ir po.ilI to obtain the formula.
In which I succeeded, by paying handsomely
and promising not to divulge It in France.
I see from Oregon papers that you have the
disease among you. The endowed packag
contains th.- formula and sufliclent material
r.ivniif ticA r imi-e rurwl all the cases that
1 have come In contact with, and llnd it an In
fallible cure and preventle. When you an
swer this I will forward sutllclent of the mate
rial to make you n tortune, as I have ample,
and rest assured I reciprocate past favors.
I will close Tor the present and auait anx-illicit-
vnnr imwr. Direct to San Franclseo,
a I will remain here about two months.
Yours, etc, is.i.i. mujuw.ira..
Tlie following testimonials are from reliable
perons; Portland, Sept. 1, 1572.
Statement: My son Henry, now six years of
age, had a severe attack or the malignant form
ot scarlet rover about Tour years ago. My 1am
lly physician. Dr. Hamlin, or Marysvllle, Cali
fornia, told me that the child had belter have
died, as he would be afflicted all his life with
ores of a scrofulous nature, which he conMd-
ered Incurable. The condition of the child up
to last April seemed to confirm the Doctor"
opinion, as he' never was free lrom those
eruptions sores. A number of our best physi
cians had endeavored In vain to give the child
relief. At the time I commenced sivtng lillu
Dr.Korzeau'sSmall-pox Remedy the chliJ was
unable to open his eyes, his face was a com
plete mas of inflammation and corruption
running from both ears. He took two bottles
pf the above-named medicine as por direction-;.
In twelve hours from commencing to take the
medicine, a favorable change was noticeable,,
and In less thnn Six weeks all traces of the old
a miction had disappeared. JNO. 31. FRONK.
The following named persons are referred to
as having a knowledge of the above statement:
Dr. J. A. litanchanl. oculist, who treated the
child for sore eyes, lir. CIlllner.Dr. K. O. Free
land, J. Murray, contractor, Geo. W. Hillmah,
Isaac Sherman, and many others of Portland,
Oregon. JOHN M. FRONK.
Albany, Oregon, June 1, 1S73.
Mr. Corwln Dear Sir: I used two bottles o!
your snialNpox remedy, for scarlet fever,
Roth ormy ehUdred had It, and all lhe medi
cine Ihey used was your small-pox remedy,
Their recovers' wa speedy and complete.
Portland, Oregon. Sept. 13, 1S73.
My clerk, W. Caviness, was taken sick with
measles, last March. I administered Dr. Bor
zeuu's small-pox remedy according to accom
panying directions, and In all my experience
with that disease I never needed a more com
pete and speedy recovesy.
E. G. FREELAND,
DruggM, US lIrt street, Portland.
Portl.intl, Oregon, Sept. 15, 1373.
For the henelll of my friends and the public,
I state the following fasts. On the rth day ol
.September, I felt quite unwsJJ, having hear)'
nclic, pains In my back and Joints, with naxu-
lonui cuius; a ieer ri. in stuu iiugui uiu wu
scarlet rash was plain to be seen on my skin.
I had become satisfied that I had the symp
toms of small-pox, and commenced taking
Corwln's nrcDaration for the cure of that dis
ease, anil It proved a success in my case, as no
ranlier developments appenreu, i took out. 13
do-?, and base since felt all right. I have no
hesitancy in recommending It to tar Irionds
who may Uol asy symptoms of small-pox,
JAM&S p.fl ,LfGHEIt,
Root maker, lI First street, Portland,
Portland, Oregon, Sept. 1. IS?.
I havo taken one hottle of Dr, "BorzeauS
small.iox Remedy as a preventative, and al
though frequently exposed to the disease at
the time, I ocaped all Rymptoms.
JAMES M. MAYBERY.
Contractor and Builder, Portland, Or.
I have taken Corwln's Small-pox Remedy,
and being exposed to the disease at tho same
time, escaped all symptoms, which is the only
City Councilman, 3d Ward, Portland, Or.
I have been using Corwln's Small-por Rem
edy, and though exposed to the disease, have
no symptoms. I believe It to be n preventative
as well as it cure.
t botu" exposed to the small-pox, oontractfd
life disease I rr It Corwln's preparation
and no other medicine except alterative". The
postclcs never luaUirod. Left no marks. My
illpess was not nt nil severe. My children,
five In number, were taken with the dis
ease, and treated byjonfl Cf our best physicians,
employed hy lhe city. One. a gir! of fouryenr.,
died, and the balance wrr- bavlly markeil. I
used aliout two bottles of th IdV,,nf-lrri-EMILV
Portland, Oregon. Augusta?, l7t
I was taken with small-pox abpnt the Jth of
Juls 1 had purchased a bottle of Dr. Bor
reau's Small-pox Remedy sometime previous,
and commenced tafclng it as soon as I was sat
isfld I had the dlxesse, which was on the sec
mrddayof my illness. My sickness was' mild,
except evcre vomitlne . which took place be
fore I commenced using the medicine. The
vomiting Is .what convinced me In tho llrst
place that I had tho small-pox. I took one
bottle I think about thirty doses. Jn three
days I was able to go to work. ,1 have have no
doubt but that ttxe Remedy saved me from Ue-
Inff mariteu, ana i:riiui-, iium uuuin.
f 'I-T r in-nrmn
r v. lUAiuiiai,, .
Stfciie Mason and Oardoer.
sitatcment of J. R. Lake, dealer In stoves nn.l
tin-ware, on Front, between Morrison and
Yamhill streets: "My daughter was taken
with the small-pox about tho I5th of August.
A physician was employcil, and Uie patient
was EDcarentlv In a critical condition- r nm.
cuxad ltr. Borzeau's Small-pox remedy, which
wasadmlElstesed with apparent good effect.
My wife, being exposed, had taken the mcdl
clnn as a preventative had theprlmarysymp
toms, but no pcatules, or serious sickness."
This Remedy Is also a sure euro for Chicken-
pox-, Scarlet Fever. iXesslcs, and all scrofolous
and skin dlseaken.
Office-Roulhwest comer llalnand First Sts.
Orders sent to Samuel Corwin. Proprietor, or
v n t - i . i.v . TvirtlAnd. Oregon,
will be promptly attended to.
Orders for a doren or more will g
part of tbe United States by txpress, i,sv. x.
ar Price-One UeUax por Bottls.-ra
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