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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1S74.
THE OLD COirlE-
Jt stands in a tunny meadow.
jYTbe'house so mossy ana r."' f
Vith 1U rambrous old wne cbtmneys,
Ana tnc gray w
The trees told their green arms around it,
And "be sunbeams drop their sold.
The cowslips spring in the marshes,
And the roses bloom on the hill;
nd beside the brook on the pastures
" The herds go feeding at wllL
The children have gone and left them.
They sit In the sun alone;
And the old wife's tears are falling,
As she harks to the well-known lone
That won her heart In her girlhood,
That has soothed her In many a care,
And praUss her now for the brightness
Her old face used to wear.
She thinks again of her bridal
How, dressed in her robe of while,
J3h stood by her Ray young lover
Jn the morning's rosy light.
Oh, the morning Is rosy as ever,
But the rose from her cheek has fled ;
And the sunshine still Is golden,
But It falls on a silvered head.
And the girlhood dreams once vanished.
Come back in her winter lime,
Till her feeblo pulses tremble
With the thrill of spring-time's prime.
And looking forth from the window.
She thinks how the trees have grown
Since, clad in her bridal whiteness,
She crossed the old door-stone.
Though dimmed her eyes' bright azure,
And dlpimed Iter hair's young gold.
The love in her girlhood plighted
Has never grown dim nor old.
They sat In peace In the sunshine.
Till the day was almost done;
And then, at Its close, an angel
Stole o er Hie threshold stone.
He folded their hand's together
He touched their eves with baltn;
And their last breath floated upward
Like the close of n .solemn psalm.
Like a bridal pair they travert-ed
Thaunsecn, mystical road
That leads to the beautiful city
"Whose builder and maker is God."
Perhaps in that miracle country
They will give her lost youth back;
And the flowers of a Vanished spring-tlrae
Will bloom in the spirit's track.
One draught from the living wafers
Shall call back his manhood's prime;
And eternal years shall measure
The love that outlived lime.
But the shapes that they left behind them,
The wrinkles and sliver hair.
Made holy to us by the kisi.es
The angel had printed there,
We will hide away 'neath the willows,
When tho day I low in the west;
Where the sunbeams cannot find them.
Nor the winds disturb their rest.
Ami we'll sutler no tell-tale tombstone,
With Its age and date, to rise
0r tho two who are old no longer
In the Father's House In the skie.
A Haaty Wcrd.
"Harrv,"saidl, to our little five-year-old,
"will yon run and tell Bridget to
have warm biscuit for tea?"
He started quickly and as he started
his foot caught in a little stand upon
which I had placed a rare Parian vase,
" with a rosebud just unfolding its crim
son petals in it. The stand fell over,
ami the -ase (n gift from my mother)
"You naugliiy hoy," I cried angriiv,
"you deserve to be whipped. Pick up
the peices instantly and put them in the
hod." He stooped, carefully picked up
the lragmeuts, carryed them away and
was gone for some time. When he re
turned it was with something clasped in
Coming to me lie placed a five-cent
P'ece n my hand, saying timidly,
" ill that buy a new vase, mamma?"
"What evil demon possessed me to take
the coin, his sacredly cherished treasure
a kind neighbor had given him, and
throw it from me T know not.
Harry picked it up with tears, run
ning and sat down upon his Moor with
his hands folded so meekly. Presently
Alamma, may I go and play with
"J don't care where you go," said I
crossly, "as long as you keep out of m v
Harry went to the closet where his
coat and hat hung, put them on and
came and stood by my side.
"Mamma, will you please forgive me?
I'm so sorry," and he jiut up his JIps fora
O! God forgive me! I pushed the lit
tle fellow away. He stood by the door
u moment uwKing piuttilly at me.
It is twenty-live vears am (o-ilnv
since he stood there; But I can see him
witn lus blue coat, and red and gray
l tw I "r:t v
worsted skating cap, as the littlefeet ,
s.uwiy uowii iue stairs, l nearcl :
out ana unfasten the irate.
fined feelinir. till the rnnt mill ro1 inlt.
tens were no longer visible. Twice a
sudden impulse moved me to call hlra
hack, but I crushed it down. Oh! would
to God I had not.
"Well, I sewed all through the winter
ariernoon. At four o'clock I put away
my work and sat by the window. Con
Miience began to reproacli me for my
conduct "r don't care," said I, "my
beautiful vase is in ruins."
What is the value of all the vases in
the world, compared to your child?
Have you not spoken crossly to that
dear little Harry, who is always cheer
ful and obedient ? And this is not the
first time, either; and you call yourself
a lainstain mother too. Sunnoso Kcrrv
should be suddenly taken away from1
v T .u..vr,..., tiuiua iiauiit'
I could bear it no longer. I rose and
picked up the stray litter about the
room to give it a more tidy appearance.
Then I went to the window, .peering
anxiously through the gloom, but not
seeing my boy, uiy heart became terribly
heavy; this suspense was unbearable.
Hastily throwing a shawl over my head,
I ran into Mrs. Potter's.
"Have you seen Eddie?" was the
question before I entered the room.
Have vou seen Harrv ?"
"He was over hen Hf, hnlf.niqt tirnr
-..V u...u.-i.-ii me gaw, mniiBv w n i !a l... 1
gout or tnc window. I saw tha T"i..' ",V:." r."" ".-
fellow lift his fao 'ith' n .mii ; -uu justice, mere is no iieip lor it, , ci.ali.am c
me which "-jvp !ipa in ni sne ,s a wom"i whom the law re-1 New nungines
wViuffitf" K tool! no ! sr-S. Jd'..?, w ' ort A
of iiim. I watche.1 Hip ilnrHnir ' " 1' ? V"""iulc's",; "aan"S"W claim.
n the street with n -tn .,n ' w'"1" n ,s toun(l 10 aspect. nnm
he and Eddie went over to Josie Gray's. ' Pertinent. The women or the Com
I think " Imonwealth hold, in their own richt
"XX'li , 1 . . 1 1 . " .1 l.r . . , . . o ;t
What sIip Hi
w fii moinent the door flew open and
laddie rushed in breathless, screaming:
u rir,mo,the,r:.mother! Harry Loring
mlllfd- W.e weru sMS on the
There was a great sllenno i i.
broken only bthVbl?tg?8feg.J
a canary and the purr of a xffn lcof
Presently Mrs. P0Ptter camefe081-
cS, fayfn Uand Z
"Ella, mv poor child."
But I never moved, but sat gazlne
with wide open eyes upon an awfui
picture. A cold gray afternoon; a tiond
and a little figure well known to me'
suddenly disappeared through tho
treacherous ice, down, down, the little
band grasping at the weeds, the sweet
mouth full of water, nd thoee wicked,
sinful words ringing throug- my ears;
"I don't care where you go, so long as
you keep out of my sight." There was
a mist before my eyes, a ringing in my
ears. I 'remember leaving the house
with a blind feeling of coin;; where my
Harry was. Then came a horrible scene
of the earth breaking away at my feet,
and I knew no more.
A pleasant feellmr of warmth: a lan
guid sense pervaded my whole svstem.
I opened my eyes and danced around
the room. A stransre woman by the
fire; at the foot of tho bed mv husband.
with his hands over his eyes. I tried to
think what had haonened. but in vain
men ray attention was arrested by a
little figure in a red flannel night dress
cuuuiea up in a big cnair my iiarry
Then it all flashed across my minrL
sat up straight In bed with a faint,
"Wiry, what Is it?"
"You must not talk: lie down. Oh!
darling!" and the strong man wept like
& child. And the little firrure came and
jumped on my bed, and putting his arms
arouna my necK, cneu too. Ana 1. puz
zled to know what it all meant, cried
also, i tie strange figure came aud tooK
iiarry away, saying,
"Be careful now, Mr. Loring; every
thing depends upon quiet."
"Tell me all now," said I; "I don't
know. I had such a horrible feeling.
O, Harold, I dreamed Harry was
His face grew white.
"He was near death. George Gray
got him out of the pond. Gray sent
down to tho oflice for me. I went alter
Dr. Hopper and came right up. There
was but a spark of life, but we succeeded
"TTnw mnnr ilnt'a nrrn ti.ia ?f lfnr.
old ? said I. "
"Seven weeks ago, yesteidny,".aid he
"You have been sick with the brain
fever, Ella. You were very near death;
for days we dispaired of ever seeing vott :
conscious, ion would say, 'Harry is
drowned, and I made him drown him
self!' Last night Dr. Hopper said, 'the
M.o nlr.l, -.Ill , ...ll I r l.-Ml.t T
,u uiui sua twu yci ncn i xnai i
am so thankful you are spared to me."
"I have been weak and sinful, Har-
old," said I, and then told him all, not
keening back anything.
He heard me through, stroking my
,nUl,,t 7.-,1 raS"'0n- " UCB 1 lUUX I
iiV i i n i i
"xi nas laugut, you a lesson, u.ua,
dear." And thafwas all.
I soon recovered. For a long time I
could not bear-Harry outof my sight.
It seemed as if I could not do half
enough to to atone for my wicked con
duct. The thought makes nie shudder
now as If it had been that Harry had
never come back to me, and that tho
last words that he had heard from his
mother's lips were so unkind. I
have had three chidren since, and not
one of them has ever received a cross or i ccp.rv
hasty word from me. Often times mylchctcoc,
patience is severely tried, but one Fiiensbunr,
thought of that horrible death to which ' rort Jrtn
Harry came near drives the demon j douglas.
aw.?i-. ! North Canvonvllle.
-Mothers, bear patiently with Ibose 1
innocent little ones; Are there unti
many whose eyes, resting upon this'
simple story, are filled with tears at tho i
recollection of the unkind word?, and j
even blows, to children laid away for-
ftVar H'lin Wlftlil ml'n nil 1 1. -I 1.1!--
possessions yes, years of their lives, to
recall those hasty words which made
their Hps quiver pitifully, and the clear
eyes dim with tears? Ah! you cannot
havo them hack. They arc gone, and
your sin remains.
. . .
Hon. Alonzo J. Ransierof South Caro-
the Civil Rights Hill being tinder dis-
ciission, made a well sustained argu-
mentshowiug the necessity of the enact-
mem 01 tins law, for tho protection of '
extended to women as follows
And may tho day be not far distant
when American citizenship in civil and
political rights and public privileges
shall not cover only those of our sex,
but those of the opposite onealso ; until
which time the Government of th
United States cannot be said to ret upon
the "consent of the governed," or to ad
equately protect tnem in "life,
and the pursuit of happines'."'
Life Amoxc. Minors. Thn Sn
v-uuri. 01 xsosion cieciueu last weeK tiiat
j a widow can not legally recover money
, on the life insurance nolicv of hor ilo-
r l . , - i . .. .
I cea.ed husband, since tho law regard-
I iter as a minor, under the jurisdiction of
: an administrator or an exmnipr. In
. .. . . . .
I administrator or executor proves
un ,i;!i,nnoot M " ,
1 ....-..4, ivrti 1 1 . t 0I1C1IU3 LIU
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A Woman Ror.v JttLY 4th, 1776.
Miss Lucy J.angdon Nowell wasboru in
Alfred, July 4th. 177C. on the dav and
very near the hour of the signing of the
Ltrciuruumi oi inuepenuence. wiien
eight years of age she united with the
Alfred Shakers, and has since lived with
them. When eighty-four years of age
sue wove tiiirty-iour varus or ciotn, and
is in excellent health. If she li Vl4 llll.
til 1S7C a Pullman palace-car will be de
spatched to her native town to transport
her to Boston, and from thence to the
UuaKer t ity, wnero her presence will be
one of the principal features of the grand
George Francis Train gives advice to
xie wriiei UltlS
YOU T)OSSeHS SMrtl-lrrnlni mil.lt.
that In my hands will release you and
put them iu your place. Will you
'i i. 1 uaiue nine mat I can
visit i ou. i represent the coming revo
luiion. i wo millions of workingraen
Will soon be olamniprinrr rnl...i ir..
. , . uitau, .11
last letter U you was from the Baslile of
f rauce. iou are the Hrst victim
or the gigantic conspiracy to change our
lorm of Government. Act quickly, for
dc.ierate men sometimes resort to noi-
suijieiiiiuy uioru iiiau two uunurcu mil
lion dollars of nronerlv which Is asspssnrl.
and on which taxes are annually col-
lecttHi. amounting, in tue aggregate, to
over three million dollars.
If, as you believe, taxation without
representation is a ilngraut violation of
tne principles oi justice, Honor, anil na
tional prosperity, will you, or some of
your curresponuenw, oe Kinu enougu to
give us some suusxaniiat reasons win
this tax should he paid ? S. ?. Fosfer,
m woman-s journal.
"VeBY Soon.-" Thin Inflcnnlln nnriA1
of time is often made the "scape-goat"
or a poignant conviction of our present
J!Lv5'' 'iXfy soon" will not pay your
"lenis. hen tho nnliliclmp
paper, "Very sSon" will
ani- Nothing but cash will
morali7in Mi ' u,ler a" me
IS " ' 'i ubJst. few people
i ur 1101 really cons.Inn il, nri!..
newspaper Is ex
ma race, even now, wnen political rights ' -,
arc secured to thei'r men. He claimed lSSrpSStt'
also that equal human richta slinnlil I
Next to Richardson's Auction Store.
O (MMl "UNI OF RAGS WANTED;
alM.-Bottles, Scrap Iron, etc., for
which the highest price will be paid. iZZ.
SuMaw, , ,
Lebanon, - .
r.x press tianch,
Zena. . - f!
Netarts, , -j
I lock Creek,
i Uoos River.
1 tan I or,
: K.m'rltt Clly'
; Camp'waunn' v
I John Day city,
I Slalo Creek,
Cottage Grove, McMlnnvllle, .
Coat lork. Mountain House.
Camp Creek, North Yamhill.
'Enzene CUy, West '"hehallui,
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I"o rt William,
Mony Order OScsi.
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de9otedvto 'the interests, of humanity.
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Arrangements nsve LVtn made
fits jJtr.ii. st; :vs
C OH PETEHT C O R
upon any and Mi subjects or Public Interest.
1M -OKTiiwEsr is not a Woman's
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
kuows no hex
n POl"ics,no.r:I!g!on, no party,
upon the ros
k or Etemat Liberty, Universal
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement tor our friends to make exertion to seiurp large clubs ror the New
Northwest, we offer the following Hat of valuable piemium:
lor twenty subscribers, at tt 00 each, accompanied by lh- eash, wc will give the HOME
.-iiuiiLtiihttiAu MACHINE, without table,
ror uimj-nie subscriber. at SI 10 each, accompanied by the caub, we will giea HOME
ar.iu.iu ji.si.Mi.-sj-., wiin jiiaen
ror forty subscriber!, at fS W each, accompanied bv the rash . will vIva a TTtixrc CrrTTT--
.mni.iu Jt.-CXllK. nrunillM m extra
P.. r O I . ...
7JlWI nZlf Al . C" 0re warronl"1 flrst-clnss In every particular, can be
A V . turuer luiruanu Morrison strectx. Portland
H iMI IV MwiTtrT-'mirr.- r "tSu'""Ja"' T "e cash, wc will give a MASON 4
benowS "?' '""J. n8,e 'WI'.h bla-" case, automatic
x ii ir Tvnnn i v "i .
. ......... , .,,uulr, Ule umi except mat it has also a knee ston lrice 7i
or seventv-flvit nuhiu-rihr. t tim v. . . . " ""P- iticb, j.j.
dollars addlUoaal, we will gHe a MASON A
Self-Adjustlng Heed V.lvesf
Kor one hundred subserlher.. nt ivi
MARftV A iitiniv r...n..'r
Unproved Graduated .self. i,nn.i.. s,,,;., '"ontiors inrougnoui,
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durlng the year to proonre the premium Uiwdii 'ev can cTT T
will be eni!.le.l m r,L... .T Can choo5c a lesr Pmluin, or they
VJ-"' f i-cmu
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
AsTuENiwNoRTiiwiwrhaxalreadyiiroved a noi.i.. .
also prove aTRicupn.
To enable our frieniU who may fleclde tocanvnv. .
and us by lncrea,Ing our .subscription Ll.ts, we
AtlV Ituli'U-riber irhn la lnqnDornil...'...n
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scnptlon fee, and aw new nub,criber. aeeomnanl.d.i .1. ... ,Z Z 7, Zl '
A pair I'urUn Marble Vases
Or a Bohemian Glasji Vase;
Ora Bohemian Glats Card Itecelver;
ur,unMii ivory -apicln ltlngs;
Or V doicn Plated Tea Spoons;
Orl pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves'
Or a Lady's Fau, spaugUd, leathered edge
OraBIntCagti; Or an Album for holding HO pictures;- . .
Oran Album (extra) for holdlngpVciures; r '
Or a Fancy Letter Case; . '
OraBrXnI0aarS ,Ml"S h!rr, etc.; V
Ora Kerosene Lamp;
Or Kdoien Glass Goblets; sjf "
Or.; dosen Glass Tumblers. .v. . , .
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish;
Or a Work Basket; - - ' "
Ora Fine Embroidered Handkerchief; '
Or ijdoten Linen Handkerchiefs; . ,
Or a Woolen Tabic Cover;
Or dosen Table Napkins; x
Or !; dor en Towels;
Or au elegaut Portmonia.
Any subscriber who Is In airsari iara Hri .i,i,...i.h i .....ni hi, r.r har nn
sniC-1P,I&U rB' tW eW iubs;,1b'. accnmpirnie'd by; the wht-mailnff sJ oV-Va will
A st oi Rogers' Table Forks, triple plate,!. 6n while metal, warrantedr
ura seloriiogsri'TablsSpoonMrlple plated. on whlt metal, warranted;
or a let of Rogers' Teaspoons, triple plated, on while metal, 'waVranrU;
Or vj dosen Uogers' A RuiUell's Table Knives, best quality, warranted;
Or a handsume Bird Cage.
Any person lu arreara for iUbseHnilnn m Tt, vr.- v-ni-niiriMt uv im , v..
subscription fee and three
A handsome Marsallles Quilt;
Ora handsome Woolen Quilt, red and whlte.'or blue aud whites" -
Or a pair or Table Cloths;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lrce Curtains;
Or three pair. AUxandreM 13d Gloves, any color or site-
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Bx;
Or 18 yards best yd. wide Shewing.
For sevsn subscribers at U W each. amounting m.t; r. Er?
An extra Castor, tripleptate.on white meta
Or Lady's WrilingDesls.oroqual value-
Or aCobluet, Japanese Inlaid; '
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Wnrir rt
These articles are all valuable. ,.
sons living in this eity or who can visit w " , be Jun " ve present Yf
hour's notice: or If not L6'" ,n,', '. our own tends at an
ferred. '"""mary naei of curretvy, or md aiart u pre-
AM orders promptly attended to.
We Rlni.Ml i ....... .
business in OkZil,11
who un to thi i . - response rrora rne- many im- '
wlSmon.V v ? TmSJ to fa" ,0 "al' that Tiis: KEwNaBTBWTcsnnqtb, run.
?ow ' ,be ne lo make, un clubs. Berin before some other perain gt
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ort hs w t ,
aid. Stark Slreeti?Pdrtlaiid, Oregon.
lo SMure UieScrvloei or a
O F WRI T E R 8
nlchls. but a Human m-hLs nmn ,iiri
the greatest good to the greatest number. It
nocolor.no creed. Its foundation li fattened
Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression.
beautifully f,rnumnted. Price, KO.
wuluut lal.lt, bronzed and nicely finished
Strip, ulth Itlnntr W.1n.,t iDu.
reu'l'Panied by the caih, a double reed MASON
H VMUV onnVv- r iwentynve
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ao"a nudlllonal, we will give
uciiuw., jTemuiani anu
ii;EJll-iaXT. Prlee 1"V
ran .'ti .1 I. . , .
-- - --- aw money a i as re-
la CI1S or the smiuinl. n.mllln.1 r.,rll.lr- lalm.
. r..u-ces, we are oecmeu mai 11 snail
p 0I , ",K 7, V , ...,,.
P'0w to giVK the following additional Pre-
--"UTitwKST.who will send us his orherowu
V Of Jt X' ' wc w in giye .
- -j ...,iiiiiut ii.-w.MCKni
vahsed a Vi"
win seal tlw articles by express to any ad-
ffer' rt,,cl1 u "alZ l2 "ZZ"
.v, uv,ll . Tun VlwKoilBWIST.
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i'LOREXCE SEWING MACHINE..
JJSiSStSSSSS1. l Portland. and
whore?"116 ,alcts"I lH:SS0'Wf
I have nlsa ibe n.pnP. r-,-n 1 i . . . T. . ,i.i
Jr and CaViiimni t'ZZZU. Vt-i,,, "VJ" -nonoioen Co. Sewing S11K ana iwisi; joui:
jr., ana to. s hpool Cotton; Wllllmantic C.S. I. Machine Thread; Bailey's Sewing Machine Oil.
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L.I Third street, between
Sold on the Installment Plan: $10
To San Francisco and the East,
RAILROAD ANO.O. i. C. STAQE LINE!
Througli to San Franclse o In 80 Hours !
Only SVC MUch Storflnrr!
rpOURISTS should boar Jn mind that this
1. Route passes through the Garden c.r the
UaaIsIm f mt t.ll.l l.a .
t ntiuu. bUMu jiic wjiu picturesque scenery
aloncs doubly pays tlfe Tourist ror pitsslnc: over
f htu lino
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TICKETS FOR SALE
Oi'FICE OF THE O. A V. It. it- CO.,
2 JO Comer F and Front Streets.
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
NO. II. I TIME SCHEDULE. I NO. 21.
TO TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, DEC. :th,
1STJ, at S A. x. for the government and in
formation or employes only; the Company re
serve the right lo vary therefrom as circum
stances may require.
Dally Trains will run between
FORTLAN1) AND KOSEBUltCJ
Portland 7S A.M. I Roseburp 7:10 P. t.
Eoseburg 5:Li a. M. l'ortlnnit....i:lS p. m.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN,
Ilslly (except Sundays),
Portland 3:50 r.M. I Albany ?T r. M.
Albanj' 5S A. M. I Portland.. 105 A. M.
BirFrcIglit Trains (wllh Passenger Cars at
tached) will run between
PORTLAND AND JUNCTION
Daily (Except Sundays),
Portland 8.-03 A jr. I Junction 8.-O0 p. X.
Junction- 4s.O A. M. I Portland :l.r.M.
Tim niwrnn and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
Close connections are made at Roseburg with
the Stages of the California and Oregon Stage
ssr Tickets for sale to all the principal points
in California and the East, at Company's office,
Cor.F si Front SU.,t ftrrr Lsnilnr, Portland.
tar NOTICE. Passengers for Buttevllle.
Champoeg, Dayton and Lafayette will take the
boat lor tne auore pqiium hi L.aueiuaii.
era-Storage will be Charged on Freight re
maining in Warehouses over 21 hours.
Krciehtwlll not be received forshlpment
after 5 o'clock r. St. .
J. liUAii. Jr.,
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
THE OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD CO,
rvN AND AFTER SUNDAY, JUNE S, 1S7J.
I I hi .,l.i,..l,.tlM vlll run vhl
and Passenger Trains from
PORTLAND TO ST. JOSEPH,
Connecting at Comeilu with. Stages for Forest
Orove; at St. Joseph for all Mints South and
West I-nfayelle. McMlnville. Amity. Man-
month, Independence, Buena Visls. And Cor-
EEAVE . ARRIVE
Portland 7:31 A. X. I St. Joseph 11:1 a. x.
St. Joseph12S5 A. 11. PorUand VJSi p. m.
jkb-Passengers received at Fourth street sld
igon eivlngslgnal to the train.
Freight received at tho Portland Warehouse
3d Dock Co.'a Wharf.and will not be received
lorshlpmectafteri r. x,
Freight and f-s wnser Agent.
O'CONNOR & MALARKEY
86 Front St.. U. E. corner of WnUlnton,
W"EnE. Wmf INCREASED fCILI.
IT lies, we inaii Hufr.M,
cuitomers and OBTAIN new ones by selling
gmhat'are RELIABLE and full value, for
the money asked.
Wholesale and Retail Crocers
FOREIGN' 4 DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Garden and Grass Seeds.
Portland, January Ut, IS?!. - 21
r,m,an,m No. .sccond flooriB. W. coroer
tTlaoaS at "5f noun, W Nlght'unless
out on Frofissional bu.fneii. 6 IS tl
THE BEST MACIIINB IK THE WORLD.
It docs more work, more kinds of work,
better work, and does it easier than any other
MH there is -a "Florence" within a thousand
miles Tor Portland not giving entire satisfac
tion, if I am Informed of it I will attend to it
without expense of any kind to Us owner
i . tta etviA nf "Klorence" Ma
chine, that feeds the work away from the ope-
shall k4.Vn7tantly on hand a large as
JAMES 11. LOOMIS. Ueiieral Acent,
Alder and Morrison, with Badeer's Music Store.
Down, and $10 a Month till paid for.
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tlons of current events are rull and fresh, and
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icub uaii n minion perMiii', unu .la uiuucuvc
asannrcmn r.r nnininn Usimnlv tremendous.
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anu expresses ueciueo views on puiuirai anu
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DR. . W. I5KOWXS
U. S. OREGON CH1TTUM BITTERS.
fPHIS BITTERS Is the active principle of ths
JL Oregon chittum tree. It possesses Altera
llre, Tonic, Purgative aud Diuretic properties.
It is the creatmt appetizer and blood-purlncr
known In the hHtory of medicine. It Is a sure
remedy for all Bilious Diseases originating
from inactivity of the liver anc" bowels. It li a
certain cure tor Intermittent and Bilious Fe
vers. It cures Dyspepsia and all nervous com
plaints, besides beine a nice beverage; Instead
of lt3 weakening and debilitating the system it
strengthens and gives an appetite. When a
powerful tonic N required, there la nothing bet
ter than the Oregon Chittum Bitters. All
classos of perlons, whether male or female,
may use the Bitters with a certalsty that It
will prevent them from contracting those dls
ease which are so prevalent In this climate.
The Bitters can be found at the
CITY DRUG STOKE,
Yniulilll St, between First and Second,
DS. O. W., BROWN, Sole Proprietor.
CIIAN. T.AXOLET & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco,
General Agents for the U.S. Oregon Chittnm
Bitters. 3 10 tf
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVINO SECURED
the services or a French GLOVE MAKER,
U now prepared to manufacture all styles of
I..1DI11V AND GEXTLEMK.VS
KID, FUR, BUCK AND DOGSKIN GLOVES
Perfect Fitting and Latest Fashions Guaran
Also, Gloves cleaned, lyel and repaired on
short notlee. 3-S C. E. DoBOIS.
0KEG0X STEAMSHIP CO.'S STEAMBOATS.
T71R0M AND AFTER THURS- -
E Ullj, .'iuj i--i, tur siwjuiti
S. N. COOKS
Will leave Oregon City as follows: On Monday,
Tuesday. Thursday and Friday at S30 A. M.,
and on Wednesday and Saturday at 10 A. M.,
connecting with steamer DAYTON through to
Portland. Returning, will Leave
Portlnml for Oregon City at 4. P. 31.
Passengers lor LAFAYETTE and all Interme
diate places will take the CARS at 8:15 A. M..
connecting at Cancmahwith steamer Dayton,
on Tuetdxy and Friday of each week.
i iirougu i ickcis eoiu at me omce oi the u. A
C. R. R. Co. at Reduced Rates.
All freight by this line delivered to consign
ees Free of Drayage,
Freight received until 5 V. M.
3-Stf J. a BILES, Agent.
1IXNTOUY OT THE
Farmers' War Against Monopolies.
BEINO a full and authentic account of the
struggles of the American Farmers against
the extortions of the railroad companies, wltn
O. history or the rise and progress of the Order
of Patrons or Husbandry, its VJsfifiSn
pecu. It sells at sight. "f..'fJfS
pages and terms to Agents.and see hy It sells
Faster than any other co.,
J21 Market street, San Francisco.
LADD & T1LTON,
3NT 13L 3E3 DEL S ,
-rvEPOSITS RECErYED AND ACCOUNTS
J kept subject to check on draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS, In sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS from dat- of deposit.
MONEY LOANED on approved security...
Bonds, Stocks and other valuables received
ou deposit for saTe keeping.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
Investments In Real Estate and other prop
erty made for parties.
Sight and Teiegrahlc Exchaigq on San Fran
cisco and the Atlantic States forsale.
Government Securities bought and sold.
Agejit for the transaction of all kinds of FI
cancTal and Trust Business. nl