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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
S . JI. P E T T E N G IL L àc C O ., JO State
Street, Boston, 37 Park Row,
Y ork ,
and 701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, are
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BAKER CITY, OREGON.
DBS. PRICE & YEWSOll,
-'We are now prepared to do all kinds of
JOB WOHK on short notice and at reasona
„ _ . TT.
N. B.—All Job Work MUST BE PAID
FOB ON DELIVER*.
R E L IG IO U S N O TIC ES.
Have permanently located in
R eligious — The Bov. Mr. Newton, o f the
C IT Y .
M. E. Church, boutli, will preach at the lol- And are prepared to operate in all branches
lowiug times and places: 1st Sunday iu each
o f the
month, at Bugle Creek, at 11 a . m ., and »Sat
urday night previous; night at (Jem City;
Monday night following, Main Powder River, All work Warranted. Office One Door be
at Mr. Sanders’ ; Sutuiday night and 2d Sun
low the CITY DRUG STORE.
day at Wiugwlie; Tuesday night following,
Baker City, Oregon.-n7y
North Powder, at Riggs’ school house; \\ ed-
nesdav at Woil creek; Thursday night, Union-
town; Friday night, luwa scsool house; Sat
urday night and 3d Sunday, 11 a . M., lius-
soll’b school house: night, La Uraude; Tues
ESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE CITI-
day night alter, Liberty school house; Wed
zen* of Baker City and vicinity that he
nesday night, Forest Cove, Dixie school
house; Thursday night, hindall’s school will soon be with them’ again prepared to do
house; Friday night, Indian Valley; Saturday all kinds of
night and 4tii Sunday at 11 a . m ., Dry creek
schoolliouse; night, Summerville; Monday in the most substantial manner.
night following, Union town; Tuesday night.
Baker City, March 12,1873.n44tf.
R eligions — Rev, A. J. Joslyn will fill ap
pointments as follows, until lurther notice: J . B . G - A B D I N T I i l B ,
1st Sunday each month at Union, a t 11 a . M,
The Cove, ut 3 r. M.
2d Sunday Summerville morning and eve’ng.
3d Sunday, Cove at 11 a . m . ; Union 3 i’. M.
4th Sunday, Pocahontas at 11 a . m .; Janies’
School Douse at 3 r. m ., and Baker City
at 8 r. u.
Mondey evening following, Rye Valley; Tues
day and Wednesday evening, Mormon
Basin; Thursday evening at Lidorado.
R eligious . - -Rev. O. W. Clancy, of the
Baptist Church at Wingville, will preach at
the District School Douse, iu Baker City, WATCHMAKER a n d j e w e l e r ,
the second Sunday of each month at i l
ESTABLISHED IN BAKER CITY IN 18G7,
o ’clock, A. M.
Keeps constantly on hand a well assorted
DR. I). I). STEPHENSON,
P R O F E S S I O N A L CARDS.
T. C. HYDE,
L . O. STERNS,
N ota ry P u blic .
[ St er ns <fc H y d e ,
A tto rn e y *
a n d C o u n s e lo r » A t -L a w ,
WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY
and is prepared to do all kinds of work in
his line of business.
Waltham and Elgin Watches at Factory
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
f L . O. S terns will attend the Courts o f the
Fifth Judicial District, and o f Idaho and
6’K h in g ton Territories.
K Water Rights and Mining Litigation a
S P E C IA L T Y .
Kcjollections promptly attended to.
njune 18, 18'i3.n6y
ANDREW J. LAWRENCE,
B A k K K C IT Y , O K K G O X .
y iL L PRACTICE IN ALL. C O U R T S
of the State.
Baker City, Sept. 1,1873. ul7y.
I. D. HAINES,
riO K M .V AND C O U N SE LO R A '
I La«, R;.;»ci aty, Oregon.
[n lt f
U( im e v a t ’ L a w ,
U.AKU.i; (TTY, OREGON.
W A b .
H. S L A T E R ,
Jtttom y aM Counselor at Law,
Will practice in the Courts of the Fiftl
Particular attention paid to Collections.
April 2, 1878.-n47y.
S. V. K N O X ,
Attorney at L aw ,
(And Notary Public,)
W E S T O X,
J O S E P H H. S H I N N ,
Till attend to Conveyancing and making
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Baker City, Sept. 11, 1872.
*E. W. REYNOLDS,
p u b l i c
DEPUTY U. S. MARSHAL,
ffice with C. M. Foster, Deputy U.
Baker City, Sept. 3, 1873.n 17ml
Liquors, Wines and Cigars of the best
quality. Phelan’s Improved Billiard Tables
all in good order.
N. B.—Those indebted to either the Hotel
or Saloon are requested to appear at the
Captain’s office ana#ettle.
BAKER CITY BREWERY,
KASTNER & LACHNER, Proprietors,
BAKER CITY, OREGON,
t h e c it i -
e s p e c t f u l l y in f o r m
R zens of Baker City, and the surround
ing Towns and Mining Camps, that they are
now prepared to fill all orders with the very
best quality of
L ager B eer,
At reasonable rates. The public are invited
ta call and look at our estalishment.
Baker City, Jau. 8, 1873.-n3otf
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Messrs. Gaines & Bowman
e s p e c t fu lly i n f o r m th e C itiz e n s o f
R Baker City, and surrounding country,
that they have purchased the
BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP
recently owned by F. Schlund, and are now
ready to attend to all work in their line.
They are both practical workmen, directly
from the East, aud come prepared to do
Blacksmithing, Wagon Mak
ing and Buggy Repairing
in the most approved manner, and at mod
erate prices. All work done to order, and
A Specialty with them. Give ns a call.
GAINES A BOWMAN.
Baker City, July 21, 1873.-nlltf
B A K E R C IT Y , O R E G O N ,
Dr . E c B . T ie r n e y ,
physician a n d s u r g e o n ,
Harness, CoHars, Hobbles,
c it y ,
T > ESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE CIT-
1 L izens of Eastern Oregon that he has lo-
caied iu Baker City, and gives strict attention
to Ins Profession.
j HP” 0ffice at J. WT. Wisdom’s Drug F.tore.
Residence at the end of the street
inonh of the Catholic Church.
Raker City, Nov. 5,1872. n26if.
T . JST. S n o w , M . D .
Physician and Surgeon,
b a k e r c i t y , O r e g o n .
ffice —At the City Drug Store.
.v M? Dica-L EXAM IN ER
r t e New York Life Fnsuranoe Co-
S A D D L E R Y ,
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
Repairing done at
STONE MASONS & STONE COTTERS
u n d e r s ig n e d
w il l
out such an orchard as the one above
SD okeu of deserve, and will surely
reap a good reward for their labor.
They have a better prospect for a
sure and speedy fortune than almost
any o t h e r parties in our section of
the State, and we wish them abund
BEDROCK DE MOCRAT.
B A K E R C IT Y M A R K E T .
Totocco. Cigars, Fine Pines, k
B la c k s m ith in g
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER
R EID & FLETCHER, Prop’r.
r n HIS HOUSE has been enlarged and re-
JL fitted, and is now the best Hotel on the
Umatilla and Idaho stage route.
Stages leave this House for above and be
low, and also for Clark’s Creek Eldorado,
Gem City and Sparta.
Connected with the Hotel will be found a
O It E G o X .
Will practice in the Courts of this State anc
|m :C IA L ATTENTION PAID TO LANI
Busiuess, and Collections.
n o t a r y
"W e ste rn H o t e l.
MAIN STREET.......................................... BAKER CITY.
September 30tb, was as follows:—
Gold-double eagles, $7,100,000; half
eagles, $45,000; quarter eagles, $17,-
EL H. SSUKHrcrJOT,
500; silver trade dollars, $290.000;
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall, Main Street,
B A K E R C IT Y , O REG O N ,
half dollars, $19,000; dimes, $6000;
W ould respectfully Inform the public that
making a total of coinage of $7,477,-
he has recently received a well se
ce^t^iQ localities, we issue a second
lected and fresh Stock o f
edition o f the D emocrat on every
The population of London is stat
Monday morning, which contains all
the news of importance received at
at 3,250,000. The ground covered
N E W S S U M M A R Y '.
this city up to Saturday noon.
by tbe City of London is an area of
D o m e s tic .
acres, and the population to
T R I P TO G R A N T COUNTY.
A dispatch of Oct. 3rd from New each acre is 43 persons. It is the
most populous city in the world.
We mentioned in our last that we York, says:
Affairs in financial circles continue
would in onr next issue notice the
The Evangelical Alliance was for
to improve. The closing day of the
opened at Steinway Hall, New
For Medicinal purposes. Family' Medi
three days’ grace, accorded to brok
cines carefully prepared. Prescrip
of Canyon City, iu Grant County.
York. October 3rd. Delegates aro
ers in making up private settlements
tions accurately compounded,
O r c h a r d . —After leaviug
in attendance from almost every part
at all hours o f the uuy or
bring with it no disaster beyond the of the world where there is a Protes
night. Give us a call.
Prairie City we struck John Days
suspension of the small broker tant Church. The proceedings prom
alley when we passed along by beau
DRUG STORE! A
bouse of Albert C ode, which exer ise to be interesting. The Alliance
tiful farms for from six to eight
Two doors North of Western Hotel,
cised no influence on the market.— at its session yesterday received a
congratulatory telegram from the
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
Only one thousand shares of various Emperor of Germany. The session
down the river far enough, we took
W. WISDOM TAKES PLEASURE IN au old road and struck across the stocks w’ere sold out under the rule was held in a Methodist Church and
• informing the citizens of Baker coun
for delinquent parties. There were presided over by Lord Alfred Chur
ty that he has a large, new aud fresh assort foothills for the mountains, and after
chill of England.
rising upon the first high bench we considerable purchases to-day of
By a dispatch from Salem we are
Drugs and Medicines, Oils, looked off towards the mountains dividend paying securities and Eu
ropean account. Savings banks and informed that “ in a general row at
and saw what appeared to be a beau
were free buyers of Gov Dallas, Polk county, Til Glaze shot
tiful grove of eome forty or sixty
and mercantile obli and killed A. H. W hitley." The
For medicinal Purposes. Groceries, Cigars acres, a milo or two from us, still
further up the rise towards the gations are being met with prompt bloody tragedy which has had an
ending so bloody, has been in prog
mountaius. As wo neared the beau ness.
The largo dry goods house of Peak ress for several years past. It will
Fancy A rticles; tiful grove we noticed that the trees
be remembered that a son of tbe man
appeared in regular lines, and we be Opdyke St Co. Lave suspended—lia
YANKEE NOTIONS, AND
slain on Oct. 6th was killed in Glaze'
gan to think that art, and not nature, bilities $2.500,000.
And a general variety of Goods of that
Jay Cooke <fc Co. will soon make saloon, at Dallas, in the early part o f
bad bad something to do with the
CC7” Pre8criptions prepared at all hours.
arrangements aud planting the trees propositions to their creditors for the summer. At the time ol his
City and country trade solicited.
that we here saw and admired. A f the purpose of enabling that bouse death, Whitley stood convicted o f
ter a short ride we came to the lower to resume business. The members assault with intent to kill, and his
case was on appeal to the Supreme
side of the enclosure and discov of firm have pooled their private
Next Door to the Restaurant,
Court. He lias always borne the
ered that our grove was an orchard property and assets and will place it reputation of being a dangerous
Baker City, Oregon,
of apple, peach, pear and plum trees, at the command of their creditors in man, and his presence in the quiet
C. B. FISHEU, P r o p r ie t o r .
community of Dallas has always
liquidation of their indebtedness.
S PREPARED TO ACCOMMODATE and that it covered the urea of forty
a source of terror to his num
the public with—
acres. We this day passed by on the
The yellow fever is still prevalent erous enemies.
U e e f a t R e t a i l — 2 to G c e n ts p er
west aud south sides of this orchard, in the Southern cities. In Memphis
N ew M i n e s . —There is a little more
and did not stop to examine it, as on the 3rd theri were 21 deaths. The news from the Cassiar gold mines,
we were not acquainted, but con Odd Fellows of that city are treating brought down by the California on
cluded that we would call on the 24cases. They have lost 8. Theiraup- her last trip from Sitka. On her
next day. The next day as we re ply fund is exhausted, and they call way she called at Tongas and Fort
Wrangle. Save and excopt one Cus
turned from Canyon City wo passed upon Odd Fellow Lodges through tom House officer, every one had loft
on the east side of the orchard, on out the country for assistance. At for the mines—traders and a ll—the
which side the house is sitiated.— Montgomery, Ala., thero was one Stickeen river mouth being deserted.
Neats Foot Oil,
Fresh Lard <fc Tallow. There we found Mr. Rinehart and death and some new cases. At Mem Messrs. Smith «Sic Adams had gone up
to the mines, as well as Bromovitch,
T a k e N o tic e .
Mr. Fisk’s family, as we were in phis, on the 4th, there were twenty-
whose goods were on the California
All bills must be settled monthly, or no formed we would by Mr. Fisk, whom
six deaths. At Shreveport there and are conveyed back to Portland,
there boing'no one at Fort Wrangle
we met in Canyon City. We were were seven deaths on the 4th.
to receive them. Mr. Goodhue, the
politely invited to alight, and we
The tobacco crop in Virginia this purser, brought along some coarse
did so. After paying our respects season is the best that has been rais
wash gold, as pure and beautiful as
that from Lightning creek. It will
Groceries, Crockery, Hard to the family of Col. Fisk, Mr. Rine ed for many years.
assay $18 50 per onneo, of which he
hart proceeded with us to the or
Kate Stoddard has been indicted takes down $250. There are several
ware and Liquor,s,
chard. This orchard is situated on
by a Grand Jury in Brooklyn, N. Y., U. S. Army officers on thofCalifornia;
the hill side fronting west and north
they will land at Victoria and pro
for the murder of Goodrich.
west, and is about one and a half or
On the 6th of October there were ceed to Port Townsend on the North,
two miles from John Days River,
Pacific. They have in their posses
'37 deaths from yellow fever at Mem sion some fine nuggets, from $10 to
N tose B lo c k ,
and about one third of the distance
$25. A miner who came down on
On Main Street, next door to Gard in elevation from the Valley to the phis, Tenn.
ner’s Jewelry Store, keeps the best
Thers were 42 cases of yellow fever the California obtained two ounce*
of gold from three feet of bedrock.
quality of Tobacco and Cigars, with top of the mountain, and wo should
judge the elevation to be something at Calvert, La.,- and sixteen deaths There are from ten to twenty men at
a tine assortment of Pipes. Also,
the mines, who have gone up to stake
An assortment o f Wall Paper. near fifteen hundred feet. There
and will bo shortly down
N ew Y o r k , Oct. 7 . —In commer
are 5000 trees in this orchard, with
Give him a Call.
fifty varieties of fruit; the trees are cial circles the feature of business is
Baker City, Nov. 5,1872—n26tf
the gratifying activity in grain and
four aud five years old. They are as grain freights. The export move
In France the Republicans are re
PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. thrifty and fine looking as wo ever ment in wheat is on a liberal scale.
saw growing in any country. This I’rices are quoted up to receipts of doubling their efforts to thwart the
engagements of designs of the Monarchists. The
they have bore some eight hun wheat.
M ILLARD & VAN SCHUYVER,
freights for British ports embrace Republican members of the General
dred bushels of fruit, and all of a
free shipments of wheat, petroleum
89 Front and 40 First street,
good quality, which was disposed and tobacco charters. Report for Assembly aro hastening to Paris for
of at the orchard and Canyon City cotton doings for both early and for consultation to adopt a line of aetion
in opposition to the schema of the
ward delivery moderate.
at fair prices.
Messrs. Fisk & Rinehart have a ! The theological session of the
MPORTERS a n d WHOLESALE DEAL-
It is reported that crops- have fail
ers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors.—
ditch so arranged that they can irri- j Evangelical Alliance this morning
ed in Hungary, and famine is pre
gate the whole of their grounds, but discussed Christian life and listeued
Doors, Windows, and Blinds
in some sections.
this season there was not much irri- , to the reading of a paper on “ Perso
o n , Oct. 6 . — Duo D ’Aumalo
nal Religion,” from Dr. Fuller, of
F o r S« j L
gation needed. Around the dwell
Baltimore, who took occasion to de to-day privately said it was certain
ing house they have all kinds of nounce in terms of great severity the that Marshal Bnzaine would be con
A. P. H o t a l in g ,
\ f E. C- L o r d .
San Francisco. J
demned to death by the Court Mar
shrubbery, and some ornamental Roman Catholic Church.
.A . B . H o t a lin g & Co. trees, which looks well; also a beau The Philosophical Session Alliance tial an 1 then pardoned.
M a d r i d , Oct. 7.—A dispatch was
Sole Agents for the
tiful flower garden which we should met at St. Paul Church, Chas. Read,
recived at the office of the Ministry
judge Miss Fisk had under her M. P., President. Rev. Dr. J. H. of War to-day from Gen. Mariones
charge. They also have an acre or ; James, of Westminster, England, announcing a great victory by his
And Importers of
read a paper on the “ Relation of
over a large body of Carlists
Fine Wines and Liquors, two of strawberries which yielded Modern Literatare to Christianity,” troops
near Agarznsa, in Navarre. Many of
bountifully the past season.
and giving what is commonly called
431 Jackson Street, San Francisco,
Persons to look at this orchard a purely European view of the ques the insurgents were killed and a large
number taken prisoners. The route
with the young trees loaded to their tion.
25 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND,
of the insurrectionists is complete,
utmost capacity with the finest of
The public schools of Walla Walla aud his forces are in close pursuit of
fruit need not say that we cannot have 800 registered pupils.
raise frnit, and plenty of it, in East
The Sacramento Union says: The
The fall races over the Walla Wal
ern Oregon. The trees grow straight
Importer and Dealer In
bill has become so intense
la track have been postponed from
and the foliage, the last of Septem
ly unpopular that it has no friend»
the 14th to the 21st inst.
ber, was of that dark green hue
A report comes from Montana anywhere. Even Senator Conkling
N EW SP A P E R S,
which denotes life and vitality in the
is against it, aud the New York Time*
FRANKLIN BOOK-STORK AND SANTA CLAUS’
tree. Mr. Rinehart informed us that that the beautiful snow covers cbe says he is the author of the resolu
the frost in the spring did not trou ground to the depth of eight inches. tion condemning it, which was adop
Brick Building, 105 Front street, Portland,
Walla Walla county has a school
ble them—the tops of the high range
ted by the Utica Republican Con
of mountains to the east of them pro fund this year of about $20,000, of vention. Senator Windom declare»
D R . J. R. C A R D W E L L ,
tecting the trees from the rays of the which $6,000 comes from licensing that be will immediately after the
sun until the natural warmth of the whisky selling.
meeting of the incoming Congres»
ENTAL ROOMS, No. 89, First street, atmosphere had taken what frost
The Sioux Indians »re disgusted introduce a bill to repeal the back
Portland, Oregon. The late and im
proved styles of work at reduced rates. Ni there was off of the trees. At this with their summers work in the vi pay bill, and return all the money to
trous oxide for the painless extraction of place we were shown as fine and cinity of the Yellowstone Park. They
the treasury—all that has not been
large tomatoes, perfectly ripe, as we say “ spectacle man from Spoon But taken up and used by Senators and
W. H. W ATKINS, m T d . ever saw any place, and this fact was ler’s country heap fraud; white wo Representatives. He will hardly be
in proof that the frost in spring or men all cotton, dried up and full of able to get back the shares taken by
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
horse hair; heap fraud.”
FFICE. Odd Fellows’s Building. Resi fall is not to be feared.
Stewart, Nye, Coghlan, Houghton
dence, corner o f Main aud Park streets,
The coinage at the Mint at Sau [Slater, Corbett, K elly], and.Sar
The gentlemen who have had the
Portland, Oregon. HF’ Special attention to
diseases of the Eye and Ear.
| n29 ' enterprise and forethought to plant Francisco for the quarter ending gent.
New Drug Store.
p a y
the Best o f Wages for 10 o r 12 Stone
Masons. Work will last about throe months.
ROBERTS A NELSON.
Baker City, April 2 8 ,1873.n51tf
J, H. Cutter Old Bonrtioii WMsty,
S J M ’C O R M I C K ,
Boots, Stationary, Toys, Music Aud