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JULY 10, IS74.
JFer tbe New Northwest'
r 5 T St 3 ' BTttTCOBTEt.
Blessing on tbec, Oregon!
Thy pure air gives life and health.
Pleasant homes with peace and plenty,
Betterfarthan golden wealth. ,
The' but young, thy giant footsteps
Mark tbe progress or the age;
.Active in life's vital lorce
'Galnt all wrongs a war to wage.
Thou hast forests, lakes and prairies,
Sparkling rivers, clear and bright;
Girls with Hps lite ripened cherries;
Eyes that shame the stars or night;
Stalwart men, brave and heroic.
Noble, daring, generous, free,
As the current or thy rivers.
Or the winds that sweep o'er thee.
x. I have seen thee as the dreamer
Sees a vision great and grand ;
Seen thee ere the white man's footsteps
Loft their Impress on the land ;
Seen thy dusky warriors gather
Round their council .fires 'to hear
From scarred veteran heroic legends
Of old chief? unknown to fear.
.. Then no Dery uleam-horse snorted,
- Screaming "cross the open plain,
aicmg up me siumoenng loresi,
IViKslng fields or waving grain;
Onward rushing like some monster.
L HM11I1S, UJUUX, HIllllMlfc flj ,
Sweeping onward like a comet,
Blazing through the midnight sky.
Now Is heard the hum or cities,
Heard the din ortolllng men,
In the mines and In the work-shops,
To the lakes and mountain glen,
Building school-rooms where the wigwam
On the river bank once stood,
While the printing press Is giving
To the people mental food.
Onward, ever, be tby progress,
As the years go rolling by;
liver true and ever faithful,
As the North Star in the sky.
Lower Ci-kau Lake, CaL, June ll.lbTt.
Bessie Grey's Trotiule.
"How ridiculous!" was my Indignant
rejoinder, as Mrs. Grey wiped her eyes,
at the close of her explanation of her
She was a widow, and a little mite of
a woman poor tiling. Had been made
so (a widow, I mean) by a sudden acci
uenc Her u us Da nil unu fallen over
board and was drowned. He left her
without a penny in the world, and two
little boys to care lor, ana tuts sue
straightway eudeavored to do, never
once giving up hopelessly and "taking
to drink," as fathers sometimes do, but,
woman-like, struggling; manfully, and,
To be sure, she felt timid at first; she
was such a child, you see only nine
teen had been petted and caressed,
witli never a thought of being left alone,
with her babies to care for.
Hut "where there's a will, there's a
way," as we shall all find out when the
cause of woman triumphs. I told her
then, as I say to you now, sisters in this
glorious reform, "there will be no trouble
if you won't clve up."
Mrs. Gtey thought so too, and said if
1 wotilu advise ucr, site would begin
"Well, then," said T, "listen ! Your
taste Is excellent you use your needle
wen, and -ou nave untiring energy
Nothing more Is necessary. I will go
rotina tor you ana get twelve or our la-
dies to advance the money for their
spring bonnets. I will give you a letter
of introduation to a wholesale merchant
In Keokuk, who I am sure will let you
have a bill of goods on thirty days time.
it you pay him down for the amount
you take with you. Buy a large pack
Ing trunk, bring your goods with you,
and once started, your success is sure."
It was all easy enough to do; yet the
grateful little woman always gavo me
undue credit for advising her. In three
months she had tbo best run of custom
in town ; she hired an expert bleacher
and presser, and was carrying on largely
in ner line.
I weit from home on a visit and was
gone several weeks. On my return,
Mrs. (Jrey met me with tears in her
"Oh!" she said, despairingly, "I have
done something nreatl.'ully Imprudent.
The whole town, is talking about me,
and J am afraid they will turn me out
"Why, what iu the world ?" I asked
in utter amazement.
"Well, you see, my hair was long and
inicK, and 1 bad the headache con
stantly, and I thought if it were cut off.
it would save me much suffering, beside
the half hour consumed each morning
in dressing it, (it is my busy season
now, you know, and I must improve
every moment.) mere is a barber siiop,
if you remember, next door to my
rooms, and not wishing to spoil my
hair In the cutting, I took one of my
shop girls, went In early, before his
morning shaving began, and had the
"VVell, the door was open, and some
eople passing saw me in the chair, and
it set them to talking, and ray girls tell
nie that old Deacon Straight (you know
how strong his influence Is here) said
that it was such bold and unwomanly
conduct as broueht llstmiv
Church, and that it should not be al
lowed." "And this is all the extent of your
juiiuueui:t., .i i. urey ?"
"All! is it not enough? It may ruin
my business. Besides, the old Deacon
will have it In the paper next week.
You know what scathing, personal arti
cles he writes never just mentioning
tbe name, but referring to the incident
o plainly that every one knows what
he means. I drad this most of all.
Even If the editor were at home, he
oum scarcely daro reruse an article
i'.'.Bca,r in ,n!ud' Mre' Grey. that We
editor Is my brother, and I have some
vnreinco-witb Ma- Yon iaat continue
1 th 7vs,uess quietly as heretofore, and
try to mm?" 8U0Ultl 8end for you aud
Uwsm ;S5Ut!S?you luto 8n P0lsy, tell
f reflected a mo
on the folliwK' m"uW, worI- fl
ikelytheCC0S.rrt?!?B- was tiotj
pared, for he 7a 11?, pre
writer. Snatching n care,ul
hurried over to tife iny hnnet, I
examined the hMkii and
Hair Cutting" taw Sfflcl,B n
sought the foreman K tnererrom. I
"Did my brother leave a .
me to furnish an article for iW vJrr
this week?" I asked. lhe Acu,
"That was his desire, In case 'von
turned in time." c JOtt
"And it Is my desire to write oue.vn
at this late hour. I'll pay one of the
compositors If they will return in an
hour and set it up, aud shall be tiuder
Immense obligations to you, Mr. "White,
if, in.tbe morning, before the paper goes
to press, you remove some copied arti
cle and Insert mine Instead. I know II
will be a trouble, but it is a local matter
that must uot wait for the next issue. 1
promise it shall interest the citizens."
The pride he felt In the forthcoming
Caper Induced him to acquiesce, that
eing his first attempt at its editorial
management. i -
"1'Know," he eald. "about-how much
manuscript it would take to fill a cer
tain space, and as there was a lack of
interest in mo local column this week,
he would remove tho type from thence,
and give my article a conspicuous
This suited me well, so I went to the
sanctum and told the readers of the
Brownsville Weekly Ncics what a ridic
ulous and disgusting picture It was to
glance in at a barber's shop andseoa
great, corpulent man, (tiie iieacon
weigued over two Hundred) leaning osck
in an arm-chair, as lieipiesa as a uursing
infant, with jmat. ranch hands meekly
folded, and eyes serenely closed, waiting
to be shaved. And then to see another
of his kind shame his manuoou anu inc
hardy muscle God had bestowed upon
him by engaging in a business that shut
out the pure air of Heaven by bringing
him constantly in contact with the nau
seous fumes pf whisky aud tobacco.
(The Deacon was a "moderatedriuker"
aud an Immoderate.chewer.)
T hero-pd the Brownsville ladles to
steal a parting glance and sco how
gently the beard was removed how the
luxuriant locks were clipped, and how
the perfumed and willing victim sat
benignly utiuertuese soouung manipu
lations! I bald it was an intense, a
burnlngshame, astain upon the Church,
for nrofcssinzChristiau men to be guilty
of so weak a thing! That if barber
shops must be patronized at all, it
should only1 be by men whose bands are
paralyzed, or by women, whose long,
unmanageable hair costs so much time
and pains to arrange. For this there
was Bible authority, for the Good Book
speaks of her hair as a woman's "Crown
Having finished, the compositor, who
was waiting, set it up. It'grcw dark bc-
iore ne got tnrougii. anu just, tueti Jir,
White returned to the office.
"If vou have the-time, suppose y
insert it now," said I. "Never mind
proor I'll risk this without. I kno
"As well now as In the morning; but
Tcraember, you must be responsible, for
I have not seen it."
"Of course," I returned, laughing.
"I'll take !tho blame If it creates a stir."
It did create a sensation a wonderful
stir for a quiet place like Brownsville.
Mr. White was utterly confounded when
tbe Deacon, manuscript in baud, thun
dered into the offlco demanding satis
faction. He sent him over to me. He
came filled with holy wrath and right
eous Indignation. He always grew in
articulate when excited, aud the only
Intelligible words I could gather now
aud then, were:
"St. Paul "Woman's Rights out of
I lived through it though; so did the
Brownsville Xcwa so did Mrs. Grey, for
tho Deacon's threatened "Exposition"
never appeared, nor did the Church In
terfere with the barbarous custom I had
endeavored to defend, aud Mrs. Grey
did actually, after a few years of pros
perity, "cut the Deacon's pretty
daughter Mchltable out," uot inten
It happened In this wise: Josiah
Somerton was the name of the new
minister who succeeded when Father
Paley died, and as theltev. Mr. Somer
ton was not married, tie went to Deacon
Straight's to board. There he met Mc
hltable, wuo was considered a "great
catch," and would probably have caught
him, If the Deacon had not happened,
one Sunday, on their way from Church,
to relate to him the shameless conduct
of the little widow, In other years.
"He may nave meant it as a warn
ing," said Mr. Sotnertou afterwards,
"but it nau a contrary ellecls. 1 deter
mined to get a sight of that plucky lit
tle woman, who took such good care of
uerscir. fco remember, Bessie, It was
not your sparkling eyes, nor your rosy
cheeks, but your bonny black hair, that
made me forget Hetty Straight,"
Woman' i Journal.
Crowns. The Emperor Charlemagne
was buried in an Imperial mausoleum,
the corpse seated on a throno arrayed In
his robes, and bis crown on his head.
A thousand years passed away before
that tomb was opened, and when, once
more the light of day entered, the men
of tho new age found the skeleton seated
on the throne, while tbe ruler still wore
his crown. Nerve, muscle, and vein
had decayed, and returned to the ele
ments; but the bones had kept their
piace wnue me earin wnined through
space, and the nations rushed through
llr... n .1 wn ,..1 tr. 1 . 1 . 1 1
kingly seat The origin of wearing
crowns seems to nave come irom the
custom of wearing wreaths of weeds,
wild flowers, or leaves of oak. myrtle,
laurel, olive, and other trees. Thelruse
was momentary, to express honors or
pleasures suddenly coming to pass.
Victorious generals, brave soldiers, and
revered priests received wreaths, varying
according to their calling and deeds.1:
The perishable nature of the ma
terials In time caused the substitution
of gold and silver for vegetable sub
stances. The earliest crowns of those
metals appear to be imitations of the
leaves replaced: but they eventually le-
came permanent ornamsnts, used regu
larly on great occasions. ;
Mrs. Van Cott. Mrs. Van Coll, the
first lady ordained as a minister of tbe
Gospel by the Methodists, a lady of un
questionable ability, a fine speaker and
a thorough revivalist, has been preach
ing at Stocktou. California. .The
Leader speaks In the following manner
"The series of meeting under the di
rection of this lady, -which have been
held at the Centra! "M. K. Church in
this city since Monday, were concluded
last evening. These raectiugs attracted
immense crowds, and awakened a de
gree of Interest upon religious matters,
seldom effected Insoshorta time. Mrs.
Van Cott is a woman of great power,
and Inspires her auditors with some of
the sincere earnestness and enthusiasm
of her own zealous heart. A hundred
such women as ministers of the Gospel
would accomplish more in the work of
religious revivals, than ten times that
number of men acting In the same ca
pacity. God will bless her ministra
W'nv'T TTt- Hit Tt? Tim nttit.ii. nf
IllA 7thf mtlirnnil frnm fllvmn n fntv
days ago, exceediugly elated over his
success in running the Graud Lodge of
Good Templars In that State, and Alexander-like
immediately sought "new
onus to couquer." xne is ew orth-
WRfiTnnnflflwi fn l,n.i. l.n... (I.n 41M l.
Ject that attracted his attention, and he
t ?,,eu 11 wltn a fury which will
Justify its editor in fairly scalping him.
tJJi "" lue Dexl ,ssuo 01 Mrs. Uiinl
woU ?l,1F1r w,th u,.ucb '"teresU AVe
onttZ2?ZJS Is.ab.' l? 6ht its
tract fmm . c uo 1,01 w,su to ue-
liteSffJ1!!?'' Connecticut that
dam. tue males. It's Had-
W C S.SILTER
TS SELLING GOODS VERY IA), At
131 First Street,
Between.Morrlson and YatoblU. --,21
LIST OF POSTjjOFJrJICES.
Sherd's, 'S.bK J
Brooks, . .
Gervals, , i
SI. Ixuls, . -b
Stayton. , ,
pow til's Valley,
llutte Creek, '
ICellogss,; . .
John Day City,
North powder, '
. .. t WASurSQlON.
Taylor's Ferry, .
Bcllevue, ' '
I central Point,
1 Eacle Point,
1 Grant's 1'anv,
Mam's Valley, '
Cart wrie Ill's,
Union Rldce, . ,
Wood ward's Landing.
, ,. ,tAIANtA.
H : CraB Creek,
Walker's Prairie. ,
-C Beaver,f '
Port Discovery, ' Mlama Prairie,
J'ort Ludlow, ' "plympla,
PortTownsend. ' TUmwater,
Black River. .
Blakclely, , .WaJUburr.
Vart Madison, ' WalIa Walla,
l"ort William, Wallula.
h"Vi'-"'- - , 1 Conner, - .
Block Uonse, - Xopezi. . -Columbus,
, kaelt,. . .
I .i ... V. .-..- r .. .1 1
Skookumchuck. ' Attanntn,
, , Konnewock,
Skokomish, . Nauum.
Mouey Ordar Omcac. " m'
TIrNrE AR ALLE LE D'OlNDUCEMJENTS TO CLUBS!
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A DEVOTED" 'TO T r? INTERESTS OF- ''HO'MAiTy.
OFFICE OF PUBnCATIOH-Cor. Front
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Upon any and all subjects o'rrl'ubll!iiteret.
The New NonTitwnsT Is not a Woman's
'"whatever iwllcy may be necessary to. secure
uouosei, no pontics, no religion, no party, no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement tor our friends to make
okth west, we oust the following list or valuable premium :
l-or twenty subscriber, at S3 00 eacIi,accompaiilel by ihe cash, we will give the HOME
MHUTTI.fc. SEWING MACHINE, without table, lieautlfullv ornamented. Price. tXl
For thlrty-tlve subscribers, at i 0 each.nccomtuinlnt by the caih, we will give a HOME
'"VfTIA HEWING MACHINE, with Black Walnut tabic, bronzed and nicely finished.
Price, JL -
For forty subscribers, at S3 W each, accompanied by thecash.we will give a HOME snUT
XLE SEWINO MACHINE, finished Iu extra style, with Black Walnut table and coTer.
The above Howlng Machines, which are , warranted llnt-clasn In every particular, can be
ru ai me omce 01 ueo. WTraver, corner Tlilrd and Morrlsou streets, Portland.
For fifty subscribers, ll U tlu earll. aiwimnnnlnl hr llii Wih will iH'n n t 1 crivr '
UAMUN PORTABLE ORGAN, four octave,
ueiiow sweu, two blow pedals, Improved center pressure reed valves, etc. lYIce, JS0.
For seventy-five subscribers, at S3 00 each, accompanied by the rash, a double reed MASON
HAMLIN ORGAN ; resembles tbe first except that It has also a knee stop. Price, STi
For seventy-five subscribers, at S3 DO each, accompanied by the cash and twenty-five
dollars additional, we will give a MAHON 4 HAMLIN OnrJAN.of Five Octaves.One Stop,
Heir-Adjusting Iteed Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and Knee Hwell. Price, S100.
For one hundred subscribers, at S3 00 each, and twenty dollars additional, wo will give a
MAHON 4 HAMLIN OKOAN, Five Octaves, Five Stops, Two Rets or Itlbrators Throughout,
improvea urwuaiwt Kelt-Adjusting Heed
Knee-Swells. VIOLA, DIAPASON. FLUTE.
Those who desire to work for these premiums
ceiveu. in.q subscriber wilt be placed to their credit, and If enough names are not received1
during tbe year to procure the premium desiruil they can choose a lesser premium, or they
win oeemiueuio receive twenty-five percent, in cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
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' OUR, NEW PREMIUM LIST.
AiTjie New Noirrnwrsrhashlrcady proved
also prove ami vmph.
To enable our friends who may decide toi ran
and us by Increasing our Subscription Lists, we
miums w canvassers:
Any subscriber who is In arrears ror the Jrw
i""criuon mt .nl one Jiew subscriber, accompanied by thecash-S 00-we wilt give
A pair Parlan,MarbIe Vases;
Or a Bohemian Oloss Vase; ' in
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or S down Ivory Napkin Kings;
Orli dozen Plated Tea Spoons;'
Or 1 pair Alexandres Kid Gloves; '- I
Or a Lady's Fan, spangled, feathered edge;
Or a Bird Cage;
Or an Album tor holding JtO pictures;
Or a'n Album (extra) for h6ldlng 50 pictures;
Or a box Toilet Articles, including soap,
' Or "idoken Glass OobleU; ' "
OrJ dozen Glass Tumblers, 1
Or a largo Glas Fruit IMsh;
Or a Work Basket;
Or a Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
OrJ dozen Linen Handkerchief; i
Or a Woolen Table Cover; I
Or dozen Table Napkins ;
Or dozen Towels;
Or an elegant Portmoma.
Any subscriber who Is In arrears, lor a year's subscription, and who wilt send his or her own
subscription ree, and two new' subscribers, accompaniedjir Ibea-aih-ranklng.tsl x-we will
send : . - -
A set of Rogers1 Table Forks, triple plated; on white metal, warranted;
Or a selor Rogers'Tabte Spoons, triple plated, on white metal, warrant!; '
Or a set critogers' Teaspoons, triple plated', on white mUt, warranted;
Or X doientRogers' ABussell's Table Knives, best quality, warranted;
Or a handsome Bird Cage.
Any person In arrears for subscription to Tiie
subseriDtlou fe and thrM tinr nhiu ..
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A handsome Marsallles Quilt;
Or a handsome Woolen Quilt, red and -white, or blueand whlVe- ' i 1 M T
Or a pair or Table Cloths; r Jt . , , .
Or two pairs or Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any rolor or sizi'-'" " M'-n
Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Box; .. , ' is ,
Or 18 yards iestyd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at S3 03 each, amounting to JJt oo;w'e 'will send nH '
An extraCastor.trtpleptated.on white meta!, valued nt 9 00'
OjaLady'sWrlUngDesk.orcnual value;. ' "
Or a Cabinet; Jspsnrse Inlaid; :
Or au Extra Japanese Inlaid WorkBor. '" ' ' 1 "' "' -
These articles are all valuable, and are wnrrAnii m 1. .u t.,1
sons living in this city or who can visit us can
nour suoucc; or 11 not convenient to visit u.w
No order or this kind will receive attention
Send money in Iostoffice orders at the cn.tomnrr rif r mn. r send draft if nre-
All orders promptly attended to.
We slucerely hote that this unparalleled
uusiurss myrrgon, win meet .with. a. irearty resiionseilranytheimanrirteua. PPr,
who up lojhls Uu havo scs'med to fall' to realize th'at "Til's New NoRTirvrrsr cannot b irup
without money. Now-is the time to maku up clubs.' 'Begin btrore"wsae"ttbser pirsbn''gets
the start of you. Swe-vthatyou can do foryonrtcll, tbe Publlcasd TitK Stff NsjBiavrEsr.
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nizh:. hut a TTuman night
the greatest good to tbe greatest number. It
exertions to secure largs clubs ror the New
single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and
TREMULANT. Price. SISi.
cari send the names and money asfastaanj-
a popular success, we are decided that It shall
vass f.ir our nonr tn hnflf Kntti th.mulrM
propose to give the following addltloual Pre
Northwest, who will send us his orhero'wn
chalk, perumery. etc
WU 1 . bv(
. ' 1 "Ml 1 VtPflHXi ,KX
lestoiu .! .M
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New Noirrnwcsr, who will send his or. her
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4.vu.n .Mii ittu ujihc (.-uii, msHing sr. w, we win
receive these articles rroni our own hands'at an
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onVr. which is a new featur in the newspaper
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINII
rator, like the Howe orfln-er, to meet the views oi iiiuec miuw uu ij .j ui n.iur.
I have toted wrm Portland, and shall keep constantly on band a large assort-
me5tSrtbTlktolSor C" and sce tllcm bfrorc Plasms
I lTsve also the a-encv tor the celebrated Nonotock Co. -ScwInc Silk and Trtst; John Clark,
JrVand CsSiSSl Cotton; mUMauTai!,!. Machine Thread; Balley'.s Sewing Machine OH.
JAMES It. I.OOJIIS. Ueuernl Agent,
131 Third street, between
Sold on the Installment Plan: $10
To San Francisco and the East,
RAILROAD AND 0. & C. STAGE LINE!
ThroHgb to San Francisco In 80 Honrs!
rpOUniSTS should! bear In mind that this
L Route passes through the.Garden or the
Pacific Coast. -The-Wlld.Dlciuresou'e scenery
alone doubly pays the Tourist for passing over
TIME TABLE .
GREAT OVERLAND MAIL ROUTE:
1 c o r i
f h h IS
Sun. Kan Mod. Tnrs Wed Wed
Monn Mon TueR Wed- Tburs Thurs.
Tues Tues Wed- Thurs Krl Frl
Wod Wed Thurs Frl Sat Sat.
Thurs- Thurs Frl Sat Sun Sun
Krl Krl.... Sat Sun Mon Mon
Sat Hat Hun Mou- Tues, Tues
TICKETS FOR SALE
OFFICE OF TIIE O. fc C. It. It. CO.,
2 CO Corner F and Front Streets.
OREQON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
I TIME SCHEDULE. I NO. 22.
IPO TAKE EFFECT"MONDAV,FEB.16th,
L 1574. at 4 A. M. for the government and In
formation of 'employes only; the Company re
serve the right to vary therefrom as circum
stances may require.
Dally Trains will run between
t . - - - i. i
PORTLAND' AND ROSEBUItO
as follows: - ?' 1
Portland 7: A. V. I Roseburg S:2." v. M.
Itoseburg. 1:30 a. m. I Portland 5.-00 r. 3.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN,
Dally except Sundays),
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ASrOLLOWSti 1 -'."
LUVE ARRIVE - '
Portland.... 30 p.ir. I Albany SSTp. Ji'.'
Albany iSlMAx. I Portland 10Hu A. M.
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
riose connections arc made at RoNeburg with
the Stages or tbe California and Oregon Stage
SWT Tickets for sale to all the principal points
in California and the East, at Company's office,
Cvr.r and Front Stsat Ferry Lsndlng.Fortlanil.
sr NOTICE. Iascngcrs for Buttcville,
Cbampoeg, Dayton and Lafayette will take the
boat for tbe above points at Canctnah.
&r Storage will be. Charged on Freight re
maining In Waiehouses over 24 hours.
aar Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock r. sr.
J. BRANDT. Jr.,
E. P. ROGERS, Gen. Snpt.
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
THE OREQON CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JUNE 8, MT3,
and until further notice, will run Freight
and Passenger Trains from
PORTLAND TO ST. JOSEPH,
OX WEEK DATS:
Portland 7:10 a. x. I St. Joseph 11:10 A. M.
8U Joeph.1230 p. 11. 1 Portland 4:20 P. St.
Portland. 820 A. x. I St. Joseph 11 JO A. St.
St. Joeph t;i r. X. I Portland 3:10 r. sc.
Connecting at Cornelius with Stages for Forest.
Grove: ot,8t. JoaeDh for all txilnLs South and
West Lafayette. McMinnville, Amity, Mon
mouth, Independence, Buena Vista and Cor-
sarPaisertgers received" nt Fourth street sld'
Inc on elrlnz! sinal to the train.
Freight received at tho Portland Warehouse
ana ixxx. uo.'.s wnarr.and will not be received
Jorahlpmentatter5r.se H. THIELSEN.
J. GASTON, Gen'ISup't.
Freight and Passenger Agent. 2 50
fflHE GREAT PRIZE STATIONERY PACK-
Contains 10 sheets writing paper, 10 envelopes,
1 penholder, 1 lead pencil, 2 pens,l blank book.
l Diouexvpnoiograpns 01 luu neanunii wonir.
and a piece ot ladies' or gentst Jewelry. Sam
ple package sent by mall, post paid, on receipt
of price, cents; 2 pac tares for 09 ccnt,or
you every .boughtor the money. The ,Pf f
often worth, more tbaa ihe 1 price paid Xorth r
ehUra. package,. ond.:th other articles seoo w ,
bring aLetsJl not leaso than ySxenU; Don t
bnyntauoneryaaj'"-" j LinJHKOW.
VtwWoSL-K . Baltimore, Md. ,
D. D. BBIGGS,
mmi jobber m the furniture une,
WhlngtonSt.,bet.Tblrd and Fourth,
FURNITURE REPAIRED A VARNISHED.
WUlgoout toresUences to do anylhin"g In
ZJlittia uepainngofOhalrrfa specialty.
Dn't want any da! Purse, arounu.
TUFT BEST MACIIINK IN THR WOULD
It d'es more work, inure kind-, or work
better work, and ilo-s it eii-ler than any other
ir there is a 'Florence" wllliin a thousand
miles of Portland not givim; entire satisfac
tion, ir I am Informed of it I will attend to It
without expense of any kind to IK owner.
We havo the new Mylc or "Florence" Ma
chine, that reeds the work nwuv from the ope
Alder ana Morrison, wun isaugers jiusic store.
Down, and $10 a Month till paid for.
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U. S. OREGON CHITTUM BITTERS.
riiHIS BrTTERS Is the active principle of the
A Oregon chittum tree. It possesses Altera
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remedy for all Bilious Diseases originating
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may use inc liiiicn wim m... .
will nresmt iiipm from contracting those-dis
eases which arc so prevalent in this climate.
The Bitters can be found at the
CITY THXXJGr STORE,
Yamhill St , between First and Second,
DR. CT. W. BROWN, Sole Proprietor.
CHAN. UXGI.EY A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco,
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. day, May 1st, the steamer
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Will leave Oregon City as follows: OnStondar,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 8:30 A. M.,
and on Wednesday nnd Saturday at 10 A.M.,
connecting with steamer DAYTON through to
Portland. Returning, will Leave
Portland Tor Oregon City at 4 P. 31.
Ynsnrerfnr T.APAYKTTRand alllnternie-
dlate places will take the CARS at 8:16 A. M.,
connecting at Canemah with steamer Dayton,
on Tuesday nna h riuay or eacn weR.
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