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..MAY 15, I860. The Oyrtennan'g Daughter. "OT itot weahy ixr waxi. nonra." There Is many a queer little town in Esglaud tliat is seornfuliy iuditTereut 10 the fact of its being the 19th century, and ie quite contest to be two or tit roe hundred years behind tbe time. Such towns lay, f omireffbll the great rail way traeke and out of Hie tourist's way, though tbey are better worth visit lug tbta many famous cities. For Instance, no traveler dreams of going to Wbitetable, and yet tbere is no place like it in all tbe world. An ancient, well-to-ilof independent little town, whose sturdy freeholders are all botmd together by ties of blood, mar riage and capital ; an incorporated com pany of oyster-dredgers, where all the members are equal, where all work to gether, and of which it can be proudly said,' "Xo one that ever belonged to It begged a loaf of bread." When I was a girl oo a visit to Can terbury, I found out this queer commu nity, circled by tbe bright, green bills of Kent-sod tbe Island of Sbeppey. and facing tbe blue, salt waters of tbe North Hea. Gregory Thanet was tben fore man of tbe dredging grounds, and Jubu Pieot was his deputy. Tbe young oys termen of Whllstable greatly respected Gregory. He was skillful In bis busi ness, a famous loeal nreaoner in tbe Wesley an Church, and he bad a daugh ter whose goodness and beauty were tbe pride of tbe happy community. Maajr a young fisher, trudging to the boats witli bis heavy nets of buffalo raw-hide over bis shoulders, would a-o a good bit roundabout for tbe chance of teeing Alary Thanet at her cottage door a maiden fair as she was pure and kiud, with the tall, swaylug figure of tbe Kentish girls, and that bright brown hair that looks in the sunsbine like braided light and gold. It was a floe, breesy morning in Octo ber, and Gregory, with bis four brothers, and his eigbt nephews, ami his cousins innumerable, bad started for the oyster fleet. Mary stood watching them plunge slowly over tbe stony beach. Tbey went leisurely, like meu who had centuries to do their work in, asking after each other's families and laughing now and tben in a heavy, hearty way. "Good morning, Mary." "Why, good morn ins, John. The men are all gone." My boat will catch t heir's, Mary there is no hurry ; the stint is small to day, and I wanted to see you before the work began. Come down to tbe beach with me, Mary. Come, dear girl, don't say me 'nay.' " Mary pinned her blue shawl under her ehin and began slowly to pick her way by John's side. John bad tbe old, sweet story to tell her, but a man must be very honestly in love wben be wants to tell it with a load of nets over his shoulder and a keen wind blowing over a sloppy beach. John Picot thought nothing of anoh things. If Mary loved him she would have to love him through many a rough, unromantic boar, and hie own love was too serious lo take into ealcelalion the influences of time and place. "So that is the truth, Mary, dear, and whether you will marry me or not. Itleyouaud you only I'll love aa long as I live. Look me in the face, my girl, and tell me truly, vea or no." She could not ebooee but look klndlv into a face so frank and handsome, but she was too good a girl to play a true man taiee, ana sue answered plainly : "John, there is none I like better than you way, Mary. ;'I think love should 'trying.' John." come without: Tbey were at the boats by this time, and John threw in bis nets aod stood a moment holding her hands and lookiug earnestly into her face. There was a something in it which gave him a hope, aad he pushed off to sea a happy man. Alas ! it was tbe last bop be had ; tbe rival whom be never was to eonqaer haa infHjaoiaent entered uregorys oouage. kV4 1 1. 1 .1. . t. . uu, v ivuiiu mm tucrc is lieu sue wen L homV-a dark, glirtit vonUi. with a face of almost feminine beauty. He brought a letter to Gregory, and seemed exceed iogly anxious for his return. Wben Gregory came home, be received the youth with amazement, and read the letter be brought with au annoyed and puzzled look. , a uuu v .me you jau iove gome llJWer beds. raised three or four ! srilk r th-fin-S "it:. . uZ.h.. ZSL .a. T ,. 1 a e. 1 II never deceive you that far." I feet from the ground, and bending over 1 than that from one of the best pubiic schools 'iButyoU might learn to love in that one of them u Mara liemkin. thc-nva- ! in tbe city. Ills divided Into , dear: say that you will try. I term an' iiinrhtr owe tuocsaxd asp rwr-Mn-rora irrs. You had better keep close and quiet, i " 1S? Z Uv, Tat cities, with 'Ti. T m,tM mboat thU come witb me to the desert. Gradually ",fr- ... . ' w,Ve r re'l,ar we got as far west as Tucson, and eight Qf&Z &Pi? .k i years ago we made It onr home. Will .1 J L7 V her" " 1 could never be satisfied with any life STT'.m flann,-irted. beavy-booled b(lt one ,n tltkK Here ,fe UM .h! Sn.!airlr,DrlheP;8,ai sfSf". f i oue ,n PW- He is away now Tt w rh i 1 Cumberland" hostelry. itb , txporag jUrty. and when he It was the oyslermen s own ' House,' . wiif Btart witb a pack train for f ' " n but th-corporaUou entered , Sometimes bis profits are H?sJ.elbG.?g!PrThBetilrge, and sometimes the Indians take read hte letter, be looked the door eveytblng. It is this danger and un- ruir!,vThiJHff,nwD m,.tTr . i, certainty That makes the charm of life Certainly tbey did. He was tbe rich ltn3t- . him " Mi .merchant in Lower Thames street, j turned f m Saddle Mountains fi.TT,.' S"lry divided lo mode of B hold, brave frontier leader. dredeer y e1Ual eh"reto every ! Adventure had taken the place of spee- Trfaihrpirh e&ez?i for 10 Jwrur"0"1 tU A "hadow crossed ber sweet, serene "If lliflres blood on bis hands" M old Jaener Bullyn, "we can't hide him nettaer ior irieoa s saae nor money's sake: but if it's a matter that cold can .t ,'ti,f Hur...!.,. oVe Mr. IleinkinTgood ZZTJ. -tiva ueen uemg money mat te none of bis what they call speetilBtlag with it. Ills father hopes to stop tbe law's claim!, mates. Do what you think right." Xext morning a new band wantofT to fee; with the dredgers ay oath who could hardly walk in the heavy boots, and who nearly fainted with the few hours' fatigue and exposure. From tbe very first Mary Thanet was bis friend. The young fishers scarcely noticed htm, and tbe old ones talked to him about his sin in a way that be did not like. To Mary alone be poured out tire tory of his temptations, and she found excuses for bis fall and believed most heartily In his sorrotv and reformation. To Mary aSr?t.t. '"" -'PfclOta of :fatlgue and his i,orrur u uus mM, ghe mfeJe TZuZ 'u. "L" "'"ess and let him sit ! -""""j-corner the wi nia Uv and watch her at her wlT i . S. her household duties ' "bUt that Mary was loot i i.i not understand It, and Mary-rre",',.!. hardly made It plainer. "Will ,t . was in trouble," she said ; ."n?tver body was down on him." Was it fo, causes like this that , omen loved The weeks pasj a x imiBy, ' Sometimes a breath of 81,,liciOIf l'.: neeciry for the young ua to "J to ,frea and stay there for two or three days, 'but generally be loitered about Gregory's cottage or walke.1 on the beach with Mary. But one day the elder Remkin sent a hasty messenger. Will must leave at once; he had failed in quashing tbe indictment, and a war- " was sis o chick in in-? mnniine When the news came, aud Greirorv's cottage was a scene of tears and terror. win clung to Mary, aud in tbe agony of iiis desolate and dangerous condition begged her to go with him. Greg ory had no time to make objec tionshe must agree or positively for bid at once. He was slow of pulse aud slow of speech, and quite shocked at tbe discovery of his ebild's passionate at tachment lo the poor, weak criminal. He could find no words to combat Will's promises aud entreaties aud Mary' tears. It was poor John Picot who went for the preacher and who witneeed tbe hurried marriage in tbe fisherman's cottage, and it was John Picot who took the trembling pair out' la bis boat to sea. "It to the but thing I shall ever do for you, Mary," he said ; "I shall never see you again." And tbey were very true, nnselflah tears that the rouj;li hind brushed away. Tbe yonng couple baJ i-lenty of money, but they knew not where they were going. Tbey must lake tbe cba ice or tbe first ship they met. It happened to be one bound for Newfoundland, for cod and oil, aud tbe fugitives r I for several weeks of wretched m.i aer tbe discomforts of her small cabi n. It was on the very 88001101! of Marv's aud Will's marriage that I made my last visit lo Whitstabln. Gregory's sister PrUeilla, who lived iu Canter bury, bad planned a day's holiday and taken me with her. iii news travels fast, and as soon aa we neared tbe beach a lot of children playing in a boat, half-' full of dead star-fish and cockle shells, called out: "Prlscilla Thanet! your niece, Mai y, is wedded this morn, aud gone off to sea with her man." "And old Gregory is sore down hearted," said a barefooted lad, Ntaiiding upon the boat's eJge to wy it more cf fectively. "Sore down-hearted" indeed, was the poor, deserted father. His nephews had offered to do bis stint, and be bad been left alone with bis sorrow. There is something strangely pathetic iu see ing an old, gray-beaded man weeping; and Gregory, sitting by bis lonely lire, with hi 0111 Bible on his knee, had just let the big tears drop down 011 the sacred page antil It was wet and blurred. Piiscilla was more inclined to scold her brother then to weep with him. "She would have locked the tirl up." "He was much to blame, and he'd live to be sorry for it," etc. Gregory had but one excuse : ''The laj was more reckless than wicked ; tbere was a chance for him if be had a kooI, sensible wife. Maybe it was God's will to save him through Mary, and, if Mary was williug, he had no call to forbid her." Prlscilla did not "see the Justice of wasting Mary's life for the cha'nee of saving a lad that bad already gone tbe wrnqg roau." "it is not waste, Prlscilla, to work with God in tbe saving of a human soul." And Iu this thought the old man evidently found his comfort. At this time I had never sen Mary but once, aud that was on a Sunday morning, as she stood leaning on her father's arm at the gate of Canterbury Cathedral. Wben I saw her again, many years had parsed, am! it was in a very different locality. One evening, after a weary, thirsty march in New Mexico, I siw through its enchanted atmosphere the white domes and arches of Tucson, and, look ing for some quiet place to lodge aod rest in, was directed to an adobe bouse, surrouuded by an enclosed court-yard and a little grove of cotton wood trees. There was a cool, plashing fountain, and lighter. I knew ber atooce, and when I named ber father and her Aunt Prlscilla, she made vnft heartily ae'eome, and, as the long, hot days went by, gave me all ber confidence. Tben I saw that old Greg ory had been wise In bis faith, and that Will Remkin had been saved by bis wife's love and patience and wisdom. It was a pitiful story at first ; of wild speculations in New 1 ork and Chicago speculations almost erimiual In their recklessness : of cares and anxieties that , . , t K ! . eJAhfm. fr J1? , wL":rrri'hD"r7'"i caring for him iu those days," she said, "and almost weary of hoping. Then It suddenly occurred to me that it was tbe part of wisdom to flee from a couQict for w 11 leu no arms uau oeeu provided 1 1 T 1 I . l-ll,. T ''J - r - -- "I think not. It is true. Will h,'"'SSJSZ paid seven-fold the wrong he did, and . . f thouchtof fie cool salt I l,.iat e?' ,.....ou5. !:. i kS.?. J air aim lue nine misou, me so hrt ehe !th la' hat but "But whatr "Why, father told me in hi, last letter not' io grow trcary in tret' doing,' and Goal himself teaches us to pray mat we be not led into temptation. Will stands in the desert; he might fall In tbe city." "But would you not like to see your father again?" "We have eternity before us. We can both wait for Will's sake and every day heaven Is nearer than it was." Amelia E. Ilatr in Christian at Work. ACT.XTS FAB THE UW SOUTHWEST. The following persons are duly authorized to net as Agents for tbe New Xoin hw f-st : It. P. CJrav Alhtny Mrs. J. A. Johns ..Kaiem I.ot'i' Ileum . -i-ugene uity Mr I. K. 1'ro' bstel .-lKirande 1 1 1 Wil '1.1ms Ilnlsboro , M--. I.iuira lieKoicv.- (jor ion Calllornia 1 s'ili Tcarcc iientou county , it.l "Aen .. sioquel, t'al 1 W". W. Beach -Colfat, W. T ' -Womao's Journal"... Boston. Mass i. I. Bsner Khedds, Or MaC& Foltg Jinn Jose.Cal Mrs. M. A. Warner .Spokane Fail. W. T Miss Mary Bishop Brownsville Mrs It. A. Iushary .Amity It. T. Kol.1-011 rorcsr r,rove ..Wltiawolte tsloi:i:h Ijlayetie i-.m i T- on t'lly .Tne Italics Mrs. lLf. IUi! Mrs. M. Is. Itv Mi-. I 1 1 ..r,-.;. ... Mrs. i mi, . ' lrr. Ba ley Mrs. K. A. Vawt-r. Mrs. a a Bishop J. W. Jactson . A. W. stiiTtHnj Mrs. M. F. . r,,i, Mm. J. H. Kosi. r ' "' J. T. "scott, 1-. j Mis. K.t'orwlri' " 1 l-augir.ln .Corwaiiis Wall Walla .Pendleton .. . Eugene City . ...Brownsville .Lafayette MlMtnv Fon si ;roc st,iri.i Xorih Yamhill 1 PORTLAND. I The Croat Commercial Center of the Morthwest. Ttw Present ! IVuturo. It lias a population of 21.0J0. It Is to Oregon, and tbe Territories of Washington and ldabo, what New York City Is to tbe State of New York, and bear the same relation tot but state and those Territories Uiat Chicago does to Illt no!., St. Imls to Missouri, phll.i-lc Iphia to I' iinsyl an!a, niiJ New Orleans to Louisiana. Il baa more territory tributary to it thau any other elty 1" the United S'ates and will soon be numbered with tbe foremost elite In the Vnion. Even at this time tb hammer and the uw can be heard In all parts of the city; the demand for buildings is so great that the In clement season of Winter does not cheek tiie onward march of IU growth. With the vast number of ships constantly plying between this aod foreign ports, Ireighud v. itli our con stantly Increasing agricultural products, and the numerous railroad now tributary to, or Terminating at, till city. It will not require more than ten years to swell the iopuIatiu of oar beautiful ami growing city to 1moo souls. Having a larger territory liian Han Francisco to support 11, a r may confidently assert that Ic les-tlrtn a iuart r of a century Portland will be the lort most i H v on the coast In inhui ol w allii mid population. We will here enumerate the m:ny r:iiial eDlerprlsfsalrendy Inaugurated. Some of t hem are constructed, and others In prorevs of con .sliuction.ail making their termini at thin city. TUB KOKTUEBX PACIFIC Is building rapidly west from Duluth.on I.akc superior, and also from tbe Columbia Klver east, and will be completed at an earl r day, thus connecting us with all onr sister Slates. rn or.ti.ox and cai.ifoi-.m v r. r Tmnlnn'i in n , and is bavin,, an immense patronage. TUB WESTBBK ORBOoN Iu W, Formerly the Oregon Central, Is doing n good hardness, 'ibis road runs through Hie l. -rule country on the west side of the Willamette Kier, ami its southern terminus nt pie . ul l at Corv allis, i7 mlios from Portland. THE CTAII XOBTHBRX K. It. Will be built through hundrcdsof miles of fer tile lands, the produce of which must be brought to this city for shipment. Hi.s m id will connect with the Union Pacific K. i:..thus securing twocompetlng lines from the Atlantic to the Pacific. U is now a settled fact that the PORTLAICD, nALXKS JL5D SALT I.AKK K. R. Will be constructed at an early day. This, will give us tnree transcontinental mails. NEW KAIi.HOAD KJlTEItPalsES. A home company, with unlimited capital, has been organised under I he name ot the Oregon Railway Go, lo construct nanuw-cum roads from this city to Uu Interior portions of me rsiaic. ummaiciy connecting with tiiecen trul Pac.flc, with branches wherever Induce ments may offer. Tbla enterprise Is being pushed vigorously to completion, so that It may be la readiness to move tbla Fall's crop. ABT1CI.CS OK IXCOBPOKATlnS Have been filed lo cor struct a road from Hat tie Mountain, Nevada, In the direction tij iregon, to connect with the Oregon Hallway os road and make lortland Its terminus. Tills will give us direct communication with the richest stiver mines In tbe world, and will m.it" Port land one of the greatest railroad centers in the Union. To give tbe reader an idea of the magnitude and extent or the railroad Interests or this clly, we will state: There are nine ships on their way to this port from Mew York and Philadel phia, and eleven from foreign, ports. Many others will be dispatched soon. All are laden with railroad Iron to be put down on railroad lines tributary to, or terminating at, Portland. We shall soon be connected by mil with tbe Northern Pacific R. IL; also ulib Chicago and the Atlantic cities. Thousands of Immigrants are constantly arriving from all Darts ol the civilized world, and the millions of acres of agricultural lands that lie still unbroken by the plowshare, and awaiting the advent ot tbe sturdy farmer, point most conclusively to tbe fact that an era of nrosoertty Is already dawn ing upon this fair yonng Stale. Wben the Im migration bas readied Us rail tide, and three millions of acres ore under cultivation, tben will Oregon be known as tbe wealthiest Stale iu tnc cnton. PORTLAND CITY HOMESTEAD. The liind In tbla ntrprUo I.MarijoInfnsthe Klfty by one hundred feet In sio, with streets sixty feet wide. 1 wo hundred of these lot wilt nc reserved ior those who desire to Inl prove nnd build this Summer and Kail. These lots srill be sold on the nam- libera! terms luai are oueria in tne Homestead proper, raica. All lots will be sold for $ lCam each, payable In Installments of i-ViM per month, orthcriuall nam of 10 ,eent per day. No iuierest will be charged, aud a good and sufficient Bond for uea will oe given upon tbe payment of tbe first Installment of t j.UU, and a Warranty Deed upon receipt of last Installment, both without expense 10 purcnaser. TO Pt'RcnASKRS. Those not flndlr.c It convenient to make their payments when due, will be granted twenty days grace in which to make such payments. as ii is ucKiraoie icai oil snail nave every pos- sioic opporiuoiiy ir seep np ineir p-iymenu. Those desiring to mako fiilljrat ment at the time the Bond is Issued, will be entitled lo a renncTion ol IW.UJ on each lot, or 5-t.uu on each iVXCO paid Iu. As the BO AD TO WEALTH Is the most certain and rapid through real es tate investmedts, this enterprise offers far more tnuueemenis to the public than any other on the coast at this time, as the price and payments are within tbe reacb ot ail. Ho not let this chance pass. Buy a lot. build, and make yourself Independent- Many of you who rive in rcnieo nouses pavmoreeverv year for rent than would purchase a lot and build a roof over your bead. You then would he Inde- Ernueni 01 exacting landlords, and In truth ave a place to call -home." doxT roKi.trr That not many rears am some r.f The hesi inf. In Sau Francisco were sold for an ounce of goia uusi, ana max now ttifv coirid not be bought tor SluOoa, Alw, rrmemiM r that In Chicago some of the best business lots were oqoe traded lor a pair of old b-v.ns How often is the remark made by old resi.h nts ot Port land that once they could have l.ught iots tor Slow that r. '.OHO would not buy now. It Is not wise to "despise the day of small things.-' A WARDING. Do not t.ise the advice or those who cronk against the prosperity of Ihe city In which they reside, or cry down an enterprise wbich has ror Its n'-Ject the development ol the country. They will tell you not to luvest, as wme dis tant locality oilers superior Inducements, and that they Intend coins; the re as soon as they get means enough anead. It sUcli pit-sons j their talk about m-.-omplrslung wrrndrous re- 1 mts elsewher ! mg more that ttiwinr m 'uuu i-viii io UIUOUlll lo UoIU- ng more than Ihe silliest nirstu..ri Kt,iiain If they were in tbe Garden of Eden, surrounded by all Ihe Inxnries ol that famous l.nH with angels to do their bidding, and the uroinallc lireerr-s from Arahy the blest tu ran their ach ing brows, still they would bclhe same rest less, dtscontented, unhappy, djspeptic, hypo ehomlrlaejil. Incorrigible cre.irures iimt i.y now are. Nothingcan he done alih sin-h Indi viduals. Their dl.ea-e is chronic. I heir cases are bopelos, and the best that can bo done Is to shed the sympathetic tear o r Ihem. and abandon tliow to their mournful tale, as being beyond tbe reach of human skill. AI-PBJCCIATIOX OP VAIXKS. By reference to the "Orego Ian" of K. bruary 5th, It will be fonnd that city property has acf anced twenty-five per rent during'the p.ist 3ear. As there has been no xclteinent, the rise Is wuolly attributable to lli Increasing immigration and the gruu-in confidence In spired b our numerous railro-id enteriris-s, and the development of oar many n-itural re sources, that have hitherto slumbered for want of energetic man todoreiop tbem. ITSTBtTB, rhat of all real estate ta vestments fie home stead plau Is the best and safest, s .ill who in vest an' Inti rested In making the whole prop erty more valuable. To lllnMra''-: -supMlw. . bnilds a house on his lot. and li owns a lo' ad loining; B gels the benefit ol AV improvement, while A is not Injured thereby. This philoso phy will apply to the entire .property. V have donated a lot to each ol the princi pal churches for church purpoi . In addition to the above, two lots are set apart lor public school purposes. DIVISION. The division of this property w 11 t ike place win n the lo.s are all sold, or, in an t cut, not later than the "Sib of Fcbrn-iry, ISsl, I the. MechanVs- Pavilion, ci.miiihm r 4 at 10 o'clock A- a., public notice .f 1 will be irueu bv puid.catlon in two prim .p 1 J mrnals iu lliv tilaus. liwitl tw made iu Hie manner decided upon by a majority of tbe purchasers In tbe Homestead. Parties interested may ap point proxies to act for I be in II they desire to do so. fart les who do not attend m: the time of the division, either In person orb. .row, will be bound by the plan nettled ii tue majority of those who do o attend. Ion inighi be made by placing tbe number ol 11 is suggesnso Dl me .mrruM'isi.i.u'iiue .11 li lot and block in a wheel or box and the inline of each party Interested in the Home stead in another then a rif mu will be drawn turn one and a number from i he other, and the lot so drawn deeded to the person whose name is so drawn, when all payments are mode. All but tbe first Installment must be paid at tbe Banking House of Ldd A TUlon, In Uie city of Portland. raSSOSJS moM A DISTANT K Desiring a share, may forward o.a lo the ijeneral Manager, and a Bond will be Immedi ately forwarded. Money may be forwarded by registered let ter, money order, or Wells, Fargo Co's Ex press, at my rtsk. For further particulars, apply to J. M KICK. General Manager, POrtlaBd. Oregon, Or to HAIGHT McLAt'OHLiS, S3 Morrison street. Certificate I certify that I am the owner of the lands in the Port land City Homestead the title thereto is perfect, being a U.H. patent and 1 anlboiize J. M. Bice to sell said property on tbe forego ing plan. p. A. MARO.UAM. Re'ereoeesi. Wm. Held- Banker Hon. Jobn H. Mltebell-.-.bx V. A, Senator Hon-L f. Urover U. a Senaior J. A. RtrowbrMge Merenant Meier Frank. Merchant tieo. H. Illmes. 1'rl liter 9-31 JUISCELIiAIfEOUS. DR.'PAUL M. BREHAH, Tlio Host Succetafnl Physician on the 1'aeiHc (Joan IN THE TREATMENT OF ALL CHRONIC AND DIFFICULT DISEASES, H AS RETURNED AFTER AK mrrgKiiivT. tftoroftbe Eastern Htoua for tli nut fone uvusw. ahv iswr Tssiiew mi uw pnnerpat medical insulations in tbe large cities or tbe United Stales, and comes back with all the modern methods, instruments and appliances known to tbe most scientific men in tbe pro fession. The Doctor has also brought charts and manikins to Illustrate his lectures. DR. PAUL M. BKENAN 4ios been 15 years lecturing on the Laws of Life and Health. In bis private and public lectures be has taught men and women the true system nr 1 1 ft i...w to be healthy aad happy, ir tbey would only be guided by his wise coo nasi. But all cannot bear bis deiishtXnl ami ioalnsrllm laMnm rtA--r. tie tell everything necessary for suffering bu- unuiLjr in anuw iiuui ui iuui ic rostrum le- jore a promiseaoaa anaience. xuere remains mil-h In ha ImmuI 1. 1 l,. . -- " ''- ..vm ....... -v. uts vjsperi- ence extends over broad fields of active pro fessional life. This knowledge so necessary to ma vreiiare ui niaervn can only oe gleaned by private Professional Consultation at his offlc His exnerience In tbe various narta ot Knrone and America give him such opportunities of learning the-delicate diseases which Ihe hu man family ore prone to. their mode of treat meat and permanent core, as no other physi cian ea th- Pacific Coast can claim. Its has not only treated these diseases most success- luny, but nos maue tnem a lire study, as a few moments' consultation will prove. He has become an expert in tbe treatment of disease, weakness ana derangement of tbe re- firvMiucitve organs oi now male ana retaaie ncludlug diseases caused by Ihe I'OIiMEn Ol' YOl'TH, Such as Sl-ERVATOBBnOIA.OrSKlflXAt. il'm jkss. or IjOtts or Pekfiht Vitslity. Nearly tWo-thirtsof all the Chronic Diseases sDrlnir. either directly or Indirectly, from some de rangement or tne sexu u system, and yet IMS subject is neglected by the majority of lbs mtuicai proicssion. XT IS TRI E That persons who arc unfortunate enough to oe aiuicieu oy any lorm ol sexual disease hae a delicacy m caning upon the proper physi cian iu time, from a sense of uiodeslv. aud sometimes from ignorance, and permit those diseases io exist nuiii uieir consiiiutions lie come corrupted, their organisation broken down, and the hope of future happiness blight ed, until death becomes a welcome messenger to carry tnem out or their miserable existence. 1 nose wuo call in lime upou uu. l'AL L, M. 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DC mmisnea wun a sausiaciory reier enes in bis vicinity or Congressional district. srxxnifs. TH THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE i. of Oregon for Multnomah County. T. Dlt tenboefer. Plaintiff, vs. IL F. Bloeh, L A. Dosxowltx. Louis Schwa baclier, Abrabom Sebsrabaeber and Slgmund Scbwaboeber, De fendaiits. To H. F. Bloch, L A. Boskowlts, Louis Schwabacber, Abraham Schwa bacher and Slgmund Schwabacher, Defendants: In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby notified and required to appear and answer tbe complaint filed against yon in tb above entitled suit within ten days from tb date of tbe sen !ce ot this summons upon you. If served in Multnomah County; or If served in any other county of this State, then within twenty dars Iron) the date of tbe service of this summons npon yon; and If served by publica tion, tben you are notified and required so to appear and answer said complaint by tbe first day of the term or ibis Court following the ex piration or the tln-e prescribed in the order lor the publication or summons, to-wit : on or be lore Jnne 11th, 18S0, that being the first day of the next regular term ot said Court; and If you tall to so appear and answer, the Plaintiff will lake Judgment against tbe Defendants. H. F. Bloch and I. A. Boskowitz, for the sum of Eteht Thousand Dollars, with interest thereon at ten, per cent per annum since January 2d, i&.K, ana tne lunner sum oi i wo uunurea Dollars attorneys' fees, and the costs and dis bursements of this suit, aud will anDlv to the Court lor and take a decree foreclosing tbe mortgage executed by said Defendant, H. F. Blocb. to tbe Plaintiff noon Fractional Block St, Coach's Addition to tbe City of Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, with the, appur tenances, and barring and- foreclosing, all the right, title and Interest of each and oM of tbe DsMBdants therein or thereto, and for other and further relief. This summons is served by publication, bv order mode by said Circuit Court for Multno mah Oaanry on April 7th, 1880. directing tb same to be published for six successive weeks In tbe Maw Mobtbwbst. DOLPH, BKON AUUH, DOLPH SIMOM. ap!5 Attorneys for Plaintiff. rr the cractrrr court of the state of Oregon lor Multnomah County. 8. Her man, Plaintiff, va, Ez - W.Leland, IJefendant To Ezra W. Leland, Defendant: In the name of tbe State ol Oregon, you are hereby notified that tbe above-named Plaintiff bas filed in tbe Court above named bis complaint against yon for Fifty Dollars (90) and interest at one tl) per cent per month from April 25th, 187S,nn a promissory note; and oo being a non-resident of this ntale.and personal service of sum mons upon you In tblsState being impossible, th Court above named, on the day or March, 1880, mode on order directing service of amnions upon you by publication for nix suc- weeas in tne naw soktbwest. a nssjrspaper of gnral circulation published In Malmomoh County. Now. von ars hereby summoned and required to appear and answer aw BranvsKDinssn complaint ot tne I'lain InTon or before tbe first day of tbe next term of tbe above-entitled Court, which will begin and be held at Portland, Oregon, on the second i""sy oi dune, lass: ana ir you iau so to ap pear and answer, said Plaintiff will take Judg ment against you.forwant of answer, lor Fifty Dollars 50) and Interest at one (1) percent per month from April 23th. una, and for costs and disbursement. CAPLFJ9 MTJLKEY. .. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Portland, April 1st, Itm t-30 STCHKONS. IN THE CIRCUIT CoURT OF THE STATE of Orecon for the county ot Vnltnnm.h Jennie Henderson, Plaintiff, vs. George Hen- ucimju, wivuiuui. io ueorge nenoerson. Defendant : In the name of the State ol Ore gon, yon are hereby required to appear and answer tbe complaint Sled qgalast yon in tbe above-entitled suit on or before tbe ant day of the next term of said Court, that is to say : on or before the ltlh day of June, 1880; and if ou fall so lo answer for want thereof, the Plaintiff will take Jadgement ot default nemnsi jon. ami will apply to the Court for the reiiel demanded In ber complaint, to-wit: tor a decree dissolving the bonds of matri mony existing between said Plaintiff and De fendant and for a divorce, and for such other relief as to justice and equity may appertain. This summons is published In the KtV Northwest ty order of the alrove-entltlett Court, made on the 16th day of April , 18M. W. IL ADAMS, ap22 Attorney lor I'lalBtliT.