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Walla Walla Washington Statesman (Newspaper) - August 08, 1863, Walla Walla, WashingtonFlag of the Constellation. A National song. Rom a r. Buchanan new. The stars of the morn on our Banner porno with the Iris of heaven Are blended the land of our sires St mingled those resend by us they shall be defended. Cao avs. Then Hail the True red White and Blue the a of the Constellation it sails As it sailed by our forefathers hailed Over Battles that made us a nation. What hand so bold As strike from its fold one Star or one Stripe from its brightening in for him be those stars cach a Ery Mars. And each Stripe a terrible lightning. Then Hail the red White and Blue. Its meteor form shall ride the storm til the Ernest of foes shall surrender the storm gone by it shall gild the sky a Rainbow of peace and of splendor. Then Hail the True red White and Blue. Peace to the world is our motto unfurled though we shun not the eld that is gory at Home or abroad fear none but our god we i ill carve our own pathway to glory. Then Hail the True red White and Blue a. A Brg erday Voitl Lshwn. Where is the heart that knows no grief the Eye that never weeps the soul that never seeks Relief when sorrow Over it sweeps. Where is the stubborn will that bows at times by arcome and wishes of How earnestly for better Days to come where is the Rose without the Thorn where pleasure without pain ? where is pure Joy without Alloy p we ask but ask in vain. Here sorrow is our common lot by All it must be borne each heart must Bear of grief its share for Man was made to mourn. But still alternate Joys Willcome lifers Lone path to cheer As bursts the Sun through Clouds at noon with holy radiance Clear. A brighter Day Ere Long will Dawn our country blessed shall he Over sea and land our a shall stand the Emblem of the free. marry a Mechanic. A Young Man commenced vis iting a Young woman who appeared to be Well pleased. One evening he called when it was quite late which led the Young girl to inquire where he had been. I had to work to night. What do you work for a Liv ing ? she inquired in astonish ment. Certainly. Replied the Young Man. I am a Mechanic. I dislike the name of Mechanic a and she turned up her pretty nose. The Young lady who disliked the name of Mechanic is now the wife of a miserable fool. A Reg ular vagrant about grog shops and she soft verdant silly mis Erable girl is obliged to take in washing in order to support her self and children. You dislike the name of me chanic he ? we pity any girl who has so Little brains who is so verdant so soft As to think less of a Young Man for being a Mechanic one of gods Noble men the most Dignin de and honorable of heavens creatures. Be Ware Young lady How you treat Young men who work for a Liv ing for you May one Day be me Nial to one yourself. Far better discharge the Well fed pauper with All of his rings jewelry brazenness and Pompos Ity and take to your affections the callous handed Mechanic. Thousands have bitterly regret Ted their Folly who have turned their backs to honesty. A few years have taught. Them a severe lesson. In this country no Man or to should be respected who will zot work bodily and mentally and who curl their lips with scorn when introduced to a hard work ing Man. The curse of god and every human being who has the least amount of common sense Ever rests upon such ladies who despite the Noble mechanics. An attractive Homelike appear Ance can with the exercise of a Little taste and Industry be Given to a very rude dwelling. A Phin neat grass plot with Here and there a tree a Shrub or Ower is inexpensive and is always pleas ant to the Eye. A climbing Rose May give a log Cabin an air fru ral Beauty Superior to Many an expensive residence without suit Able surroundings. What abominable lies we Are told exclaimed an in combed and Unco Mely Newbern Damsel of forty be Summers As Burnsides Gallant boys were a ill past. Why they said the Yankees were after Beauty and Booty but they a Avnet touched me yet and she lifted up her voice and wept that she had been so deceived. In attempting to carve a fowl a new settler at Adelaide founder Ritsi durable Dif culty in separa -23219 its joints and exclaimed not the Man who sold him an 421. Hen for a Young Chicken. Coly dear said the enraged 21. "3 wife dont rail so at the aged and respectable or. Bush a few sewed the St eld of Corn in the. Place. 1 know that said the bus band and i believe this Hen aerate red it in. Sleep overcomes All men. The most violent passion and excitement cannot keep even pow Erful minds from sleep. Alexan Der the great slept on the eld of Arbela and Napoleon on that of Austerlitz. Even stripes and torture cannot keep of sleep As criminals have been known to give Way to it on the rack. Noises which at St serve to drive it away soon become indispensable to its existence thus a stage coach stopping to change horses wakes All the passengers. The proprietor of an Iron forge who slept close to the Din of hammers forges and blast furnaces would Wake if there was any interruption of them during the night and a sick Miller who had his Mill stopped on that account passed sleepless nights until the Mill resumed its usual noise. 110 Mer in his Iliad elegantly represents sleep As overcoming All men and even the gods. Kitchen accomplishments. Girls dont be ashamed to learn How to do housework. Learn All you can and be As pro client As you can in every accomplish ment science and department of knowledge especially in the use Ful and social but by All that you prize most on Earth a Happy Home do not neglect the Allim portent part of every to mans education the proper management of a household. Whatever your station do not neglect any por Tion of the Kitchen apprentice ship necessary to a thorough prac tical knowledge of housekeeping. None know How to command so Well As those who have St Learned to serve. Learn to do a then you will know How to direct. Fetish tiie name by which an idol is designated among the negroes of Africa whose worship is called fetishism. The negroes believe that the family fetish narrowly inspects the conduct of every individual in the House and awards or punishes each Accord ing to his deserts. Hence we sometimes hear it Gurat ively said when a person has become plunged in misery through drunk enness that his punishment has been brought about by the Fet ish of the bottle. Cooling Oer never sit or lie Down in a current of air or re move any of the clothing after ceasing from Active exercise. In Stead of lightening the dress it should be increased under these circumstances by throwing on a cloak Cape or shawl even in summer. Attention to this Sim ple Rule would save Many lives annually for the most dangerous and fatal forms of disease Are caused by Cooling off too rapidly. A crazy wag met a milk Man the other Day and says he Bones you ought to Shingle them cows of yours. What for asked the dealer in Lac Teal compounds. To keep the water from run Ning into the milk replied the Lunatic. Mountain cities of South America it is a remarkable fact that nearly All the cities in the West Ern part of South America Are situated far up from the sea coast on the table lands As for instance Bogota nine thousand feet above the level of the sea and Potosi,3 the highest City in the world thirteen thousand feet. In this respect they present a striking contrast to the great cities of the United states which Are without exception situated on the sea coast or on some other Large body of water. The selection of such elevated Sites May be accounted for by the following facts list. The climate is much More temperate and healthy on the table lands. An ascent of a few thousand feet in these tropical re Gions presents As marked a modification of the temperature As a journey of Many degrees toward the poles. In this manner a tem Perate climate is secured for the British soldiers in Hin Doostan by removing them when debilitated by the heat on the sea coast to the plateau of deccan which has nearly the same climate As their native country. 2d. The founders of the South american cities had no need of Commerce since All the productions of the Earth which they required grew in the country around them. And they could procure from their own mines the Gold and Silver which form the great stimulus to Commerce. 3d. It was convenient to have their cities among the mountains that they might be near the mines. 4th. The cities founded by the spaniards would be placed on the plateaus in imitation of their native cities in old Spain. Books and stationery for the Millio it. Importers and whole Sale an d retail dealers in l and stationery. L front Street. I Portland. Oregon. L e l i c i i having permanently established ourselves in the l Book and stationery a business we would invite particular attention to our a lllllllslllllllllllltlllll11l Lull lulls l consisting in part of Lii stories dictionaries l books of travel Law books scientific works theological works j biographies religious work Sand a. Full assortment of la miscellaneous books school books and toy books for children. Our Stock of is Complete embracing p ape r of every size and description letter paper foolscap paper note Legal Cap Bill head blotting and every variety of fancy note paper. We have also a Large assortment of Blank books. Consisting of ledgers journals Day books receipt books draft books Exchange books miscellaneous articles slates pencils pens Ink stands pocket books envelopes Bristol Board Gold pens mucilage pen knives. Ivory cutters &c., &c., a. And a full assortment of i i7 e be of every Varie i a in fact. Every article usually to be found in n Book and stationery establishment. Orders from a distance i promptly tilled 1y j. L. Parrisis & co. Weiberg & Strowbridge wholesale and retail dealers in ii boots no shoes leather and findings. Our Stock is selected by a practical Workman and uns hts of n full assortment of gents dress sewed and pegged boots calf and Kip boots and a Large Stock of m by n e r s o o t Sof the Best make. Ladles misses and children is Congress Boot and shoes. Leather. Our Stock of leather is Large and Well selected and consists of sums Cruz and Oregon sole leather French american and Oregon Kip and calf harness skirting bridle and Belt leather French and american coloured linings Russett sheep skins lists i legs shoe thread and shoe findings. Orders solicited and promptly led. City Boot and shoe store 2 1ly front Street Portland Oregon. I you want to make the Best bread in the cheapest manner buy kidders yeast powder one. 3. Bell bookseller and stationer 611 Montgomery Street of Omar merchant Street san Frauen co. American and foreign subscription Agency i"0r- magazines newspapers and other periodicals. received for news papers magazines and other periodicals. Circular will be sent to any person on request giving an extended list of periodicals with the prices Imide red. The following Are among the most popu a per annul harpers monthly $3 50godoys Ladys Book 350leslie s Magazine. 8 50peterson s Magazine. 2 50le Bon ton of fashion. 5 50the world of fashion 500the ladies repository. 350arthurs Home Magazine 250merrys museum 1 50atlantic monthly. 3 50continental monthly. 350knickerbocker Elzi Gazire. 3 50eckctiu Magazine 550bullons Mug Zine. 2 23llalls journal of health 150all the year round English 450 Acca wok. 5 50london society 5 5ocornhill Magazine 550tom Lear 550lomfon lancet 5 5obraithwnites retrospect 2 50hunt s merchants Magazine 5 5ochamber s journal 350london Art journal 10 00bluckwood. 3 50the 4 foreign reviews and Blackwood. 12 00 the Lorth ult Urist i. 2 50the gardeners monthly. 2 00the country Gentl nmn 2 50 the american agriculturist. A 75 the Gorki he Farmer. _2 50 harpers a Neoly 3 .50leslies illustrated paper. 3 50leslies pictorial history of the War. For 12 numbers. 400 harpers pictorial history of the rebellion for 12 numbers. 4 00 new York illustrated news. 350 Fia g of our Union 3 50illustrated London news l 3 0illustrated news of the world. 12 00the Queen illustrated l 13 0 Loudon Puuri i 00 new York weekly Ledger. 3on new York Mercury 3 00 Vive rely Magazine. 3 50 Sacientic american. _., 3 50 Ith penological journal. 1 50 water cure Jolli Lull. 1 50 Banner of light., 3 50 Herald of Progress. 2 50wilkes spirit of the times 450 London weekly dispatch. 13 0 London saturday review. 13 00 London Public opinion. 11 00 Yankee Otious. 2 o l Nic Knux 200 vanity fair 8 50 Philadelphia sunday Mercury. 3 00 Philadelphia intr Olill newspaper. 2 00 Missouri re publicity _ ,. 3 50 Les lies budget of fun. 2 00 new York humid for California 850 new York weekly Tribune 250 new York weekly times. 2 50 new York weekly world 2 50 new York weekly journal of Commerce 3 50 new York Independent. 3 00 forum yes War press. 3 50 Boston journal 3 30 Boston transcript. 3 50 Boston Pilot 3 50 Sac pm Cento weekly Union 500 address Geo. H. Bell 611 Montgomery St. Corner merchant St., May 30m3 san Francisco. _ courts of Washington territory. T the december term. 1862. Of the supreme court of Washington territory the following time and places were red by said court for holding courts in the several judicial districts of said Terri tory to wit u. S. District courts. First District at Walla Walla county of Walla Walla on the 4th monday in april and 2nd monday in october so continued for three weeks unless sooner adjourned. Second District at Vancouver clerk county on the 4th monday in May and 2nd monday in november so continued for three weeks unless sooner adjourned. Third District at Olympia Thurston county on the tint monday in february and 3d monday in july so continued for 3 weeks unless sooner adjourned to take effect in the 3d District after the March term 1363, of Suid court. Districts courts for the transaction of territorial business. To he Holden at Steilacoom i. Pierce Counton the 4th monday in february and 3d inday in aug not. Port Townsend Jedi Erson county on the 2nd monday in March and is lond by in september. Pinks by City Spokane county on the 2nd Mon Day in june. Pierce City Shoshone county on the 2nd Mon Day in Luly. Florence City Idaho county on the list Mon Day in August. Bannock City Boise county on the list Mon Day in september. Third judicial District in addition to the regular terms for the purpose of hearing and disposing of causes within Are admiralty and maritime Juris diction at said court at olympian the St monday of every month except february. Jug and september. At port towns and on the second monday 11l March and St monday in september. Territory of Washington i s. of Thurston. I Richard Lane. Clerk of the supreme court of Washington territory do hereby certify that the above is a True and Correct statement of the time and places red by the supreme court on the 30th Day of january 1863, for Holdin courts in the several jul Mirial districts of said territory All of which appears Folly of record in my Ollice. Richard Lane clerk. By an act of the legislative Assembly of the territory of Washington pm cd at its last session terms of the supreme court of the u. S. Will be Holden at the seat of government of said territory on the St monday of january of each year. Feb.2b, 1863. M 2 i 95.73?i? Hay & co. 3% Wagon and carnage manufactory. Portland Oregon re still manufacturing wagons Carria a Ges and buggies 01 All sizes and s y As at their place of business. On front Street. Directly opposite b user steam saw Mil. Where they Are prepared to do anything in tiie i line. All kinds of jobbing and blacksmithing done on Short notice. Steamboat Irons and Wii Arf Irons made to order. We Are Cou stantly receiving spokes hubs. Felloes and other inn Criqui. Selected with great care by experienced men from one of the largest establishments in new York which enables us to make better wagons for less Money than any other establishment on this coast. We have on hand a Large lot of seasoned lumber and other material for building heavy freight w agony. And will pay particular attention to this Branch of our business we do on r own work and warrant our work Well put together of Good seasoned lumber. To All these who Are in want of wagons carriages or buggies we would say Send in your orders and we will insure our work to give satisfaction. Just received 150 hubs assorted sizes 1 200 or Okes assorted sizes 1,700 largest sized spokes 30 sets of the largest sized hubs at of which Are direct from Eastern manufactures and will be sold at California prices. All orders promptly attended to. I dont forget the place directly opposite Bess res steam Mill 1y front Street Portland w. W. Johnson. Assistant United states assessor Forfar Walla Walla county. A notary Public. , 1863-l7tl Edward 11. Moron yes estate. Letters of administration having been granted to the undersigned by the Pronto court of War is Walla Walls. County. Washington territory upon the estate of Edward i Morony deceased late of said county therefore notice is hereby Given to All those having claims against said estate to part sent them with proper vouchers to the undersigned. In the City of Walla Walla within one year from this Date or the same will be forever barred and All those indebted to said Orsuto Ore requested to make immediate pay ment Daniel Welch administrator. April 25, 1863. 191113 id debts _ East pow derided res East order makes the whitest bread. Castleman 8?. Brown 0melalnotype and photograph rooms main Street Alla Walla. Photographs of All sizes Mode to having old of decor sed friends can have them copied to any size. Orders from a distance in this regard will meet with prompt Alt Union. Instructions Given Lin All branches of the photographic Art l including the making of positive pictures on Glass and or. The Mela Linotype or Sheet Iron plates. L 1 for Sale 1 Al to i half size can eras. Castleman 6 Brown. April 4, 1862. Isryl Walla Walla 1sa b h and do or manufactory. The undersigned would respect fully inform the citizens of Walla walk and Vicinity that the above establish Nneal is now completed. Their facilities Fol the month cure of lash doors and window blinds a will enable them to furnish those articles at 1 lower Price the Nanny other establishment in the territory. They will also Lemut Henre and keep constantly on hand it full assortment of furniture of the latest styles and Best w Oren Manship at reduced prices. Their assortment in this line will consist. In part of of the following articles bedsteads sofas lounges Spring Matr asses tables washstand bureaus wardrobes meat safes. And chairs. They will also plane flooring weather boarding lumber for cornices mouldings a. They will pay particular attention to building in All its branches and will furnish plans and specs cations. 33 turning done to order. 6 Alder Street near upper end. Rogers & Monson. L. S. Rogers. L. N. Monson. Dec. 6, 1862. 1 511 " l i l Ember. The Mullan steam Mill Isnow in operation and ready to furnish lumber to order. A constant Supply kept on hand in the City 3 lumber Yard and office Corner of Sec Ond and Poplar streets. 8. Linkton. June 7,1862. 25 ,. Proprietor. Bakery main Street Walla Vavalla. Next door to Brown Bro. & cons. M. Pefferle & co. Have recently opened 1 bakery in connection wit then Sale emand Are now prepared to furnish the Public with bread cakes pies and confection eries and will deliver them to any part of the City. A be assortment of wines liquors and cigars constantly on hand. December 20, 1862.l 181y. .1863. L Bro w n Bro s & 00,. 1863. Fire proof Brick building Corner of main and third streets Walla Walla w. T. L dealers in foreign and Domestic l l dry goods cloth my boots and shoos hats am Caps Staple and fancy groceries crockery glassware a. A. Having a buyer in san Francisco we flatter ourselves be Are enabled to other greater inducements to purchasers than any other House in the City. Our present Large Stock embraces a full line of French and English Merines Rich new styles of All Wool and Fulard Delaine be Bomba Sines Plain and figured alpacas half and All Wool plaids Poppins and Debaise a Neas sort ment of american and French prints a Shrinka j ble flannels All kinds opera flannels All colors. L shawls shawls cloaks cloaks Fine Brasha Stella Wool and grape. Fine cloth an d silk velvet. , Slier Tings drills do Nims Hicks ticking bleached and Brown linens Canton or Tunnel Kentucky jeans Sut nets Blu Nants a. A. , cells sleeves l White Sook Buzand Honda and Swiss mulls. Woolen goods ladies misses and infants hoods Sontag Sears comforters gloves mite a. Carpeting drugged Oil cloth and matting. Cia Tiivi Teil. Our Stock of clothing consists of 11111, a Llull ill Lull ill ill All Uve heats French a skill Milli Broadway styles of Cas Simcic pants new styles silk velvet cassimere and cloth vests Davis do Jones Patent Yoke shirts Shaker flannel silk and Merino undershirts and drawers Mcclellan and Beauregard lies silk and Linen handkerchiefs. Groceries n. 0., a f. R. China. Is land. Nil crushed sugars. Costa Rica Lanira Java Manilla. And Rio Coffee China and Japan teas Green and Black soap candles apples peaches soda Cream tartar yeast Pond is Pepper spice and canned Woods of every description flour Bacon Beans and lard. A Large assortment 01- crockery a. N d glassware. Especial attention is called to our 0 Clarge Stock of miners out thing goods which embraces everything in Itiat line. , 1863. 2�lly Brown Bros & co. New furniture store. Belike & Winship. Lower and of town opposite Public Square i i Snow on hand an assorted lot of furniture such As bureaus tables. Stands sofas. Fancy an common bedsteads chairs full descriptions Home and Eastern i naut attire Spring math asses and upholstered work of All descriptions. Also Sasin and doors made to order. W All orders led on Short notice. Walla Walla sept. 6.1862. 3sly notice. A la parties indebted to the late pm of l. Whit Ting Hiim & co. Urc requested in who in curly settlement with John i Antoon at Wallula who is authorized to collect All the outstanding accounts. Vulli Ilu City feb. 28, 1863. Llw4. # " " in " ,","._, is Ihli Ted. The Exchange Reading an n brews room which is now open at the. St. Nichols hotel government St., Victoria v. I. I l newspapers from All parts of the 1world. Shipping and Mort Hun Tilc into motion. Mining intelligence i Olla the cur Hoo country ctc., us soon As the season and chess room Etc. L terms of admission annual subscription. $2.1 Puri Ilc Enzi itch by. For one Ifni Ritli my $3. 1 for one Day Only 2." cents. All payable in Advance. Zin o. 63 24tf h of. Heisterman prop. Wells a Noo & e mfr e33. @ ii a Ells Fargo e ,0, have extended their express to cascades Dalles. W Allula old it. Walla Walla Walla Walla Lewis Onoro Fth Pierce cell a Elk Clyl Yand the Salmon mines. E. L. James will not its our agent at Walla Walla 15. A. Tracy. Superintendent for Oregon and Washington. A list of agents will be published As soon As practicable and Rinch it let will be Irnis lied with a Olla Mission specifying his authority and the extent to which he will be bound by his nets which will be kept publicly exposed in his of ice for the inspection of those doing business with us. No person is authorized to contract any indebted Ness for us a Xci a the agent or superintendent. May 2. 1862.20tf. A. F. & co. French & Gilman wholesale and retail dealers in o i 70 0foreign and Domestic wines liquors and groceries main Street Dulles. E would respectfully inform the Public that we v Are constantly in receipt of Choice native and european wines foreign Lii undies 01 favorite brands Hudson Bay Mai Tell Brandy a u h sup Pior a Tom Rochelle and 130mm Eruti Dies a Cwm Huwe a solely for English tort 11nd Sherry wines.01d Hlll and Gin. Schei Dain schnapps designed for medical purposes. Swan Gin. And other brands old Bourbon Monongahela and Rye whiskey cordials and bitters of All descriptions. Groceries suitable for miners. And Miner so out to in general. 11v French & Gilman. Sion Reward for any Case of syphilis. In ing stage Whicher. Erich Eaues Golen balsams Ailsto cure. No comment is Nee snary upon this Medicine it. Stands entirely upon its own Juneau used merits it has cured thousands who Huv waste handsome fortunes in treating this disease and will cure thou sum More. Golden Balsam no. 1. For St and second stages such an sores on the legs or other parts of the body sore eyes Etc., on Balsam no. 2 for tertiary mercurial and syphilitic , 85 or bottle. Orders from any Fiat led upon receipt of this sum. Smith & ,1 m 6 Portland Oregon. Agents. To non has Long existed a Public demand for an effective purgative Pill which could be relied on As sure and perfectly Safe in its operation. This Hal been prepared to meet that Den and and an Oxten live trial of its Virtues has conclusively shown with what Success it mom polishes the purpose is easy to a a physical Pill but not easy to make the Best of All pills one which should have none of ire objections but All the advantages of every Oil r. This has been attempted Here and with what Success we would respectfully submit to the Public decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative Medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the Bow Els. This is not. Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion in the system As to More than counterbalance the Good to be derived from them. These pills produce no in station or pain unless it arise from a previously existing obstruction or derangement in the bowels. Being purely Vega table no harm can arise from their use in Nyquan Ity but it is better that any Medicine should be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their use in the several diseases to which they Are applicable Are Given on the Box. Among the com Plain to which have been 5 eerily cured by them we a mention liver complaint in its various forms of Nundice indigestion languor and loss of appetite listlessness irritability bilious headache Ilious fever fever and ague pain in the Side and loins for in truth All these Are but the con sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an ape Rient they afford prompt and sure Relief in cos. To Vencuss piles Colic dysentery Humours scr Fula and scurvy colds with soreness of the body ulcers and impurity of the blood irregularities in Short any and every Case where a purgative is have also produce some singularly Suc Cessnu cures in rheumatism gout dropsy gravel Erysipelas Valpi tuition of the heart arms in the Back stomach and Side. They should be freely taken in the Spring of the year to purify the blood and prepare the system for the change of seasons. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels into healthy action and restores the Apps Tite and vigor. They purify the blood. And by their stimulant action on the circulatory system Reno vate the strength of the body and restore the wasted or diseased ener Ries of the whole organism. Hence an occasional dose is advantageous even though no serious derangement exists but unnecessary dosing should never be carried too far As every purgative Medicine reduces the strength when taken to excess. The thousand cases in w Ich a physio is required cannot be enumerated Here but they suggest thums lives to the reason of everybody and it is Cort Dently believed this Pill Wil answer a better purpose than any thing which has hitherto been available to Mankind. When their Virtues Are once known the Public will no Ion doubt what remedy to employ when in need 0 & cathartic Medicine. Being sugar wrapped they Are pleasant to take and being purely vegetable no harm can arise from their use in any Quantity. For minute directions see wrapper on the Box prepared by 1 7 Cdr. James c. Al Lull practical and analytical Chen list. Lowell mass. Price 25 cents per Box. Five 180er for so. Aye r s Cherry pectoral for the rapid cure of Coli gigs t 0i.i soar seats Bron Cliitis \Llloollmi-00ug". Catnip Asylum and. Consi Iii it Ion. Tins remedy has won for itself such variety. From its cures of every variety of Pul own Fry disease _ that it is entirely unnecessary to to count the if. Dencks of its Virtues in and Community where it has been employed. So Wmk is the eld of its usefulness and so numerous the cases of its cures that pm ".9 up 0" of the country abounds in persons publicly a who have been restore from alarming and Sven desperate diseases of the lungs bits a l. When once tried its superiority 0er 3 other Medicine of its kind is too Apps Wurem 2 escape observation and where its Virtues Are frown the Public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous affections of the pulmonary organs which Are incident to our climate. Not Only in formidable attacks upon the lungs but for the Milder varieties of Conns coupons hosts suss a. And for Curr must it is the pleasantest and safest Medicine that can be obtained. As it has Long been in constant use throughout this Section we need not do More than assure the eople its Quality is kept up to the Best that it eve has been. And that the genuine article is sold by druggists generally. May 23, 1863. 22t� chides Wool and furs. Notice to merchants & Farmers. The e undersigned having made extensive Arron a meets with some of the largest houses in Ngew York Are now or cured to pay the Best Price for Wool hides and Purs. Parties having such on hand will do Well to sell them to m. Hesselberg d 00., 112 faint Street Portland Oregon. . Seller & 00., Baum Bros. The above have constant Lyon hand the Best As sort nent of groceries liquors a. All orders particularly attended to. June 20, 1863. F 27 furniture furniture 7 or bedding bedding a carpets Oil cloth Wall paper a. At. B l l r n h a mrs new Ware rooms 110 first Stree port land Oregon 711mm Ennabe found the largest and Best so Leet Stock of furniture carpets &c., con sisting in part of Kiich parlor sets Beautiful Marble top and other chamber sets office furniture Kitchen do., sofas bureaus and chairs of every description Center card and common tables and every description of furniture. Curled hair Pulu Moss and Wool m a. L. B. A. S s e 8 Feather and Pulu pillows. Velvet Brussels and three ply carpets Wall paper hair cloth Springs twine mat nut Needles looking glasses a. 100 Bales of Pulu in prime order. Spring Matr asses of the Best style known. And warranted. Goods in original packages ready for shipping. Upholstering in All its branches neatly executed. Al orders from the country led with dispatch b Lizul Lellam Lara Etious upholsterer 110 first Street Portland Oregon. Nov. 15, 1802. 1 471y l. C. Kinney m. D., physician & surgeon tenders his professional services tothe citizen of Elln Wal Llund Vicinity. Ufa Lee und residence main Street nearly 0 0 site the ulna Blue Mountain hotel where he 0 81 we s he found when not Enung having had More than two to years Meme 1 his a nil is Ion and having served As u Gin fen in the United states army in the mexican an and having and an extensive Hospital practice would my it least that he ought to he Quali de 00 pc Rico his profession and would refer by Perm Fuiono the following nmn cd gentlemen Ion. We. 0. Butler col. John s. Villinis col. We. In. Preston my. Geo. W. Laugher of my Ryland. Tol. Emery null maj. Kunley Myrv Szmil " Charles g. L Liy Thinn. M. L e. We two m. 4 Joseph Roberts m. D., Benj. Chs by Al m. Frankfort. By. La. m. D., 11. 1. Weather Ford m. A. Or. L Urtle. Mfr. Flint 1401 nine by. Lar. A no Zim Over a Lulu Letl or. J. L. Hawthorne a Ortli olt gon. Ill. 13.0. Hill a re Ellis. Mtg on it \ a 7. ,5 4ye re s i. I shun pm p 1 l l a. For All the purposes of a 1family physic

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