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CIIVKITY UEtiiXS AT HOME.
Judge not another look within ;
There you will find enough of sia ;
Weeds luxuriant, rank and wild.
Many a thought by sin deQ!ed j
Many a fretful, peevish feeling
O'erur better nature stealing,.
Many a cold, ungrateful look
Warm affection scarce can brook f
Many a harsh, unfeeling word,
Heart-piercing as a sharpened sword,
Ah! look within, thou need'st not roara,
FoiQharity begins at home.
Judge not anotitw (or you'll find
In dark recesses of the mind,
dlidden by self-esteem from view,
.Seen by others noty you,
Follies that make you blush when seen
By the f?g lit of conscience, faithful beam,
V Drag the intruders forth to light,
And judge them by that standard bright;
Banish the beam before you try ,
To force the mote from another's eye.
Ah ! look within, thou need'st not roam,
For charity begins at home,
JDdge not anotho-kepp in mind
q ; The g.dden rule for all mankind ;
: ' 0 When'er you're tempted to expose
. ' Another's follies, think of those
That lurk within; the wish repress
Your scorn of others to express
When'ePto ridicuhj inclined,
Ah, think how sensitive thy mind ;
'Vrlirilis licit vi'l'V momi-nt. too.
V . . - J 7 I
0 Some one may be despising you.
Ah! look within, thou need'st not roara,
For charity begins at home.
Judge not another keep in mind
The judgment ye to others mete
Shall be returned to you complete ;
Cease then all judging till you Cud
No trace of error in thy mind ;
Thewill ye never judge again
0 1 or error ye shall still retain ;
Till al your pulses cease to beat,
With error you'll be found replete.
Ah! look within, thou need'st not roam,
For charity begins at home.
OF TOE 40m COXUUES3 OF TUB I'NITED STATES,
I'ASSKl) AT TUK FI1IST SESSION.
Chapt. XXVI I. An Act supnlementary to
un Act entitled "An Act making Appropri
ations tor sundry Civil KxpeiiKes of the Gov
ernment for the Year ending June thirty,
eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, and for
otuer Purposes," passed March second
eighteen hundred and .sixty-seven.
Le. it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep
resenlat.ices the I'nited Stall of America
in. ttitiffi't oMffm'iM, That the concluding
proviso of section ten of the act described
in the title hereof shall not be held to pre
vent the necessary priiiting, as heretofore
lone,(J)i the Treasury Department and the
bureaus thereof, by their own employees;
but the number of persons employed hi ttiis
service shall not be increased.
Approved, July l'J, lb07.
Chapt. XXVIIL An Act for the Relief of
certain Soldiers and Sailors therein desig
nped. Tie it enacted by the Striate and House of Rep
rexentuticc of the United Slate of America
ii tout rex assembled, l hut no soldier or
sailor shall be taken or held to be a deserter
from the army or nary who faithfully served
according to his enlistment uniil the nine
teenth day of April, eighteen hundred and
stixty-tivw? and who, without proper authori
ty or leave first obtained, did quit his com
mune or refuse to serve utter said date ; but
nothing herein contained shall opei-ite as a
O' emission of any forfeiture incurred by any
.tuch soldier or sailor of his pay, bounty,
pension, or other allowances, but tins act
-hall be construed solely as a removal of any
disability such soldier or sailor may have in
curred by the loss of his citizenship in con
sequence of his desertion.
Appioved, July TV,
Chapt. XXIX. An Act to establish certain
lie it enacted hy the Senate and finite of Rep
resentati res of the liiited tate of Amend
in t'ontres assembled , That the following
be established as post routes :
FronrKennebuiik, via Kennebunkport, to
From Biddletord to Saco Pool.
Appioved, July T., 1S')7.
Chapt. XXX. -An Act supplementary to
iin Act entitled "An Act to provide lor the
i ore efficient Government of tli-j Rebel
.'Mutes," passed on the second day of March,
eighteen bundled and sixty-seven, and the
Act supplementary thereto, passed on the
twenty-third day of March, eighteen bund
led and sixty-seven.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of R, p
resvt tat i ces id the United. State of America
in 0iijrt assemble,!. That it is hereby
declared to have been the true intent and
meaning of the act of the second day of
March, one thousand eight hundred and Vix
ty -seven, entitled "An act to provide for the
more clIieietitwgovrtiinen t of tiie rebel
Slates," and of the act supplementary there
to, passed on the twenty-third dav of March,
in the year one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-seven, that the governments then ex
isting in the rebel States of Virginia, North
Curoliua, fsouth Carolina, Georgia, Missis
sippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Texas,
and Arkansas were not legal State govern
ments ; and that thereafter said govern
ments, if continued, were to be continued
subject in all lespects to the military com
manders of the respective distiiets, and to
the paramount authority of Congress.
Sec. 2. And he it further enacted, That the
commander of any district named in said act
shall have power, subject to the disapproval
ot the General of the army of the Coiled
Slate?, and to have eileet ti'l disapproved
whenever iu the opinion of such commander
the proper administration of said act shall
reiuiire it, to susneud or remove from olliee,
or "from the performance of oilicial duties
and the exercise of otiicial powers, any ol'i
eer or person holding or exercising, or pro
fessing to hold or exercise, any civil or mili
tarv olliee or duty in such district under any
power, election, appointment or authority
(thrived from, or granted by, or claimed un
der-yny so-called State or the government
thereof, or any municipal or other division
thereof, ad upon such suspension or re
moval such commander, subject to the dis
approval ot the General cs aforesaid, shall
have power to provide from time to time for
the performance of the said duties of such
oilieer or person so suspended or removed,
by the detad of some competent oilieer or
soldier of the army, or by the appointment
of some other person, to perforin the same,
JUitl 10 nil vacancies occasioned In- i!inh
re-iirn.itton or otherwise
C-es. 3. And be it farther enacted, That the
General of the ainiyofthe United States
slnill be invested with all tiie powers of sus
pension, removal, appointment, and detail
iriiinteii m the precetHnct section t. .li-.iri.-t
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted,. That the
aets ot the othcers of the armv already done
in removing in said districts persons exercis
ing the functions ot civil ollicers, and in
pointing others in their stead, me hereby
con tunned : Rr.o ided. T hut ny person here
totoiVor hcreufler appointed by any district
commander to exercise the functions of imv
civil office, may be removed either by the
military dtli.-er iu command of the dis'tt iet.
or Dy the General ot the army. And ii shall
be the doty ot such commander to remote
from olhce as afor said all persons who are
disloyal to the government of the United
Mates, or who use their otiicial influence iu
any manner to hinder, delay, prevent, or ob
struct the due and proper auinimt ration of
this act aud the acts to which it i supple-'
iec. 5. And be it further enaetMy That
ttv boards of registration provided for in the
act entitled "An act supplementary toan act
entitled 'An act to provide tor the more etii
ctent government ol the rebel States, passed
SiarclTtwo, eigh'een hundred and sixty
seven, and to f.ieiiu-.tl . restoration," passed
Starch twenty. three eiiihtfen hundred and
sixty-seyen, shall have power, and it shall be
their rtu'v heu-re allowing the registration
ot anv person, u astel tnin, upon such facts
(,: iii'vi matmu as they can -obtain, wfc-.ihcr
sucli person is eutitled to be registered un I
tier said act. and the oath leuuucd bv said i
act shall not be conclusive on such question.
mid no person shall be registered unless such
board shall decide that he is entitled thereto;
and such board shall also have power to ex
amine, under oath, tto be administered by
any member of such board,) any one touch
ing the qualification of any person claiming
registration ; but in every case of reiusal by
the board to register an applicant, and in
every case of striking his name from the list
as hereinafter provided, the board shall
make a note or memorandum, which shall
be returned with the registration list to the
commanding general of the district, setting
forth the giounds of such refusal or such
striking from the list: Prodded, That no
person shall be disqualified as member of
any board of registration by reason of race
or color, "
Sec, 0, And be it further enacted. That the
true intent and meaning of the oath pie
scribed in said supplementary act is, (among
other things.) that no person who has been
a member of the legislature of any State,
or who has held any executive or judicial
ol'ice in any State, whether he has taken un
oath to support, the Constitution of the Uni
ted States or not, and whether he was hold
ing sue olliee at the commencement of the
rebellion, or had held it before, and who has
afterwards engaged fu insurrection or rebel
lion against the United States, or given aid
or comfort to the enemies thereof, is entitled
to be registered or to vote; and the winds
"executive or judicial olliee in uny State" in
sahl oath mentioned shall be construed to
include all civil otliccs created by law for the
administration of any general law ot a State,
or for the administration of justice.
Sec. 7. And he it further enacted. That
the time for completing the original regis
tration provided for in said act may, in the
discretion of the commander of any district
be extended to the first day of Ocu her,
eighteen hundred and sixty-seven ; and the
boards of registration shall have power, and
it shall be their duty, commencing fourteen
days prior to any election under said act.
and upon reasonable publie notice of the
time and place thereof, to revise, for a period
of five days, the registration lists, and upon
being satisfied that any person not entitled
thereto has been registered, to strike the
name of such person from the list, and such
person shall not be allowed to vote. And
such board shall also, du.ing the same period,
add to such registiy the names of all persons
who at that tune possess the qualilication.re
quired by said act who have not been al
ready registered ; and no person shall, at
any time, be entitled to be registered or to
vote by reason of any executive X'ardon or
amnesty for uny act or thing which, without
such pardon or amnesty, would disqualify
him from registration or voting.
Sec. 8. And he it fart her enacted, That sec
tion four of said last-named act shall be con
strued to authorize the commanding general
named therein, whenever he shall deem it
needful, to remove any member of. a board
of registration and to appoint another in his
stead, and to till any vacancy in such board.
Sec. It. And he it'further eit'icted. That all
members of said boards of registration and
all persons hereafter elected or appointed to
olliee in said military districts, under any so
called State or municipal authority, or by
detail or appointment of the district com
nianders, shall be required to take and to
subscribe the oath of olliee prescribed by
law for officers of the Unite 1 States.
Sec. 10. And he iff aether enacted. That no
district commander or member of the board
of registration, or any ol the ollicers or ap
pointees acting under them, shall be bound
in his action by any opinion of any civil oili
eer of the United States.
Sec. 11. And he tt farther enacted. That all
the provisions of this act and of the acts to
which this is supplementary shall be con
strued liberally, to the end that all the in
tents thereof may beiully and perfectly cur
Speaker of the. JI,,ue of R preventatives.
15. F. WAl'lE,
F resident of the Senate pro tempore.
In" the HnrsE of Representatives, )
U. S., July uah, isi;r. f
The President of the United States, hav
g returned to the House of Reoresenta-
tives, in which it originated, the bill entitled
"Au act supplementary to an act entit!eld 'An
act to provide for the more efficient govern
ment of the rebel States,' passed on the lid day
of.Maieh, eignteeii hundred and si xry -seven,
iind the act supplementary thereto passed on
the twcniv-tiurd day of March, eighteen
hundred and sixty-seven," with bis objec
tions thereto, the House of Representatives
proceeded, in pursuance of the Constitution,
to reco sulcr the same; and
Rrxolred, That the bill do pass, two-thirds
of the House of Representatives agreeing to
pass the same.
Attest: ED WD. Mcl'HERSOX,
Uert 11. R. U. S.
Ix tiik Sexatf. of the Uxited States, I
July in. lMi7.
The Senatj haying proceeded, in pursuance
of the Constitution, to reconsider the bill
entitled "An act supplementary to an act en
titled 'An act to provide for the more etli
cieiit government of the rebel States,' pass
ed on the second day of .March, eighteen
hundred and sixty-seven, and the act sup
plementary thereto, pi ssed on the twenty
third day of March, eghteen hundred and
sixty-seven," returne.i to the House ot Re
presentatives by the President of the Uni-ed
States, with his objections, and sent bv trie
House of representatives to theSenate, with
the message of the President returning the
Resolved, That the bill do pass, two-thirds
of the Senate agreeing to pass the same.
Attest: J. W. FORNEY,
By W. J. McDON'A LI,
Cl-apt. XXXII. An Act to establish Peace
with certain Hostile Indian Tribes.
JJe it enacted by the Senate and House of
R. pn-ienta tires of the United- States of
Ano-rica in. fontres assembled , That the
President of the Un.ted States be, and he is
bel t by, authorized to appoint a commission
to consist of tliree officers of the army not
below the tank of brigadier general, who,
together with V. (!. Taylor, Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, John 15. Henderson. Chair
man of the Committee of Indian Affiirs of
the Senate, S. S. Tappan, ana John 15. San
born, shall have power and authority to call
together the chief's and headmeu of such
bauds or tribes of Indians as are now wag
ing war against tie United States or com
mitting depredations upon the people there
of, to ascertain the alleged reasons for their
act of hostility, and in their discretion, un
der the direction of the Pi esident, to make
and conclude with said bands or tubes such
treaty stipulations, subject to the action of
the Senate, as may remove all just causes of
complaint, on their part, and at the same
time cstahli.-h security for person and pro
perty u ing the lines of railroad now being
constrt tiled to the Pacific and other thorough
fares of travel to the western Territoi ies,
and such us will most likely insure civiliza
tion for the Indians aud peace aud safety for
Sec. 1 And be it further ena-f.-J, That
said lommivsioiicrs arc required to examine
and select a district or dij-ti lets of country
having sufficient area to receive all the Indian
tribes now occupying the territory east of
the Rocky mountains, not now peacefully
residing on permanent reservations uihKt
treaty stipulations, to which the government
has the l ight of occupation or to which said
commissioners can obtain the right of oc
cupation, and in which district or districts
there shall be sufficient tillable or grazing
land to enable the said trine-, respectively,
to support themselves by agricultural and
pastoral pursuits. Said district or districts,
when so selected, and the selection approved
bv Congress, shall be and remain permanent
homes for said Indians to be located theieon,
and no person sj not members of said tribes
i shall ever he permitted to enter thereon with
i out the permission of the tribes interested,
except o.octrs and employees ot the cmrea
States: Provided, That the district or dis
tricts shall be so located as ijt to interfere
with travel on highways located by authori
ty of the United Mates, nor with the mute
of the Northern Pacific Railroad, the Union
Paeilic Railroad, tiie Union Pacific Railroad
Eastern Division, or the proposed route of
the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad by the way
of Albuuuero ne
I Sec. Aud be H fitrihe enact f J. That the
j following sums of money are lit re by appro
j priuted out of any moneys in the treasury,
to-wit : To carry out the provisions of the
; preceding sections of i;n act, one hundred
land liity thousand dollars; to enable the
Secretary of tiie Interior to subsi.-t such
i friendly Indians as m..y have separated or
.iyliereater st. a ate themselves from the
)uiily bands or tribes and seek the ptotec
J tiou of the United States, three hundred
Skc. 4. .4'- b it farther enacted. That the
Secretary ,t" r-r ,e rCo wired to furnish
tiansporttu,n. fHiUsUtence', and prulectmn
w the commie-oners herein named during
the Oischarge .f their duties.
KC. . And be ir furt.ner fnacte.l TU-.t if
eoimmiwiers'lait to secure 'the. enu-
sent ot in.
ludians to remove lo toe re-er-
ad to secure peace, then tne
VHluer the uirectiou of toe
President, is hereoy authorized to
the services of mounted volunteers from the
Governors of the several States and Territo-
ries, in organized companies anu oattuiions,
not exceeding four thousand men in num
ber, nd for such term of service as, in his
judgment, may be necessary for the suppresj
sion of ludiau hostilities.
Sec. 0. And be it further enacted, That all
volunteers so accepted shall be placed upou
the same footing, in respect to pay, clothing,
subsistence, and equipment, as the tioops of
the regular army.
Sec. 7. And be it further enacted. That said
commissioners report their doings under
this act to the President of the United
States, including any such treaties and all
correspondence as well as evidence by them
Approved, July 20, 1S07.
Chapt. XXX1IL Au Act to carry into Ef
fect the Convention with the Republic of
Venezuela for the Adjustment of Claims of
Citizeus of the UnitedStates ou the Govern
ment of that Republic.
JJe it enacted by the Senate and Jlouse of Rep.
resentatictsofthe U i it vd States of America
in Conjres$ axxemhltd, That for the purpose
of carrying into effect the convention with
the Republic of Venezuela, for the adjust
ment of claims of citizens of the United
States on ihe Government of that Republic,
signed at Caracas on the twenty-tith day of
April, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, the
Commissioner to be appointed by the Presi
dent of the United States, by and with the
advice and consent of the Senate, shall be
allowed a compensation in full for his ser
vices of three thousand dollars, and ten dol
lars a day in commutation of travelling ex
penses for the tune actually and necessarily
occupied in going from the place of his resi
dence to Caracas, and returning to his home,
aiter the termination of his duties.
Sec. '2. And be it further enacted, That if
the President, shall elect to appoint the Min
ister Resident of the United States in Vene
zuela to perform the duties of Commissioner
under the convention aforesaid, such Minis
ter shall receive u compensation for his ser
vices of fifty per centum of the sum herein
before mentioned pursuant to the provisions
of the ninth section of the act of August
eighteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-six,
"To regulate the diplomatic and consular
systems of the United States."
" Sec. 3. And be it fnrther enacted, That
the President be, and hereby is, authorized
to make such provision for the contingent
expenses of the Commission under the con
vention, including the moiety of the United
States for the compensation of the umpire,
and ot the secretary who may be chosen by
the Commissioners, pursuant to the provi
sions of the convention, as he shall deem
just and proper.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, that
such sums of money as may be necessary to
carry out the provisions of this act, be, and
they are hereby, appropriated out of any
money in the treasury not otherwise appro
priated. AreitovEO, July 20, lSt!7.
Chapt, XXXIV. An Act amendatory cf
"An Act making Appropriations to supply
Deficiencies in the Appropriations for eon
tinirent Expenses of the Senate of the Uni
ted States for the fiscal Year ending June
thirty, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, and
for other Purposes.
JJe it enacted, hy the Senate and House of Rep
rescntatice of the Unite-t State of America
in. Omerex 'a .e milled. That the concluding
portion of section six of au act entitled "An
act making appropriations to supply defi
ciencies in the appropriations for contingent
expenses of the Senate of the United States
for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and sixty-seven," approv
ed March twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred
and sixtv-seven, in the words following, to
wit: "Ainl all laws allowing the President,
the Secretary of the Interior, or the Com
missioner of Indian A flairs to enter into
treaties with any Indian tribes are hereby
repealed, and no" expense shall hereafter be
incurred in negotiating a treaty with any
Indian tribe until an appropriation authoriz
ing such expense shall be first made by law,"
be, and the same is herebv, repealed.
Appkoved, Julv 'JU, lSl.i7.
add & Tilton,
Wiil give prompt attention to collections,
and other business appertaining to Ranking.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange
On San Francisco and the Atlantic States for
sale. Government Securities bought and
L . C . Fuller,
Pays the Highest Price for Gold Dust
Legal Tenders and Government securities
bought aud sold. No. lo8 Front st.,
xi.tf Portland, Oregon.
Removed ! Removed !
The old and well known
I). MONNASTES, Proprietcr,
HAS NOT DISCONTINUED WORK!
but has been removed to Second street,
between Alder and Morrison streets, where
business will be conducted on as large a scale
as in years oast. 2:lv
G RAD ON &
v a - - i? - tr w ! nr tr
2nl and 203 Front st., Portland, Oregon.
OCT" Wagons of every description,
mode to order. General Jibbing done
with neatness and disjiatch.
Orders from the country jrompthj
a tie tided to.
I. S, ROSENBAUrtl & Co.,
No. 45 Front st., Portland Oregon.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, Stationery,
Yankee Notions, and Toys.
Orders promptly attended to.
Success,- to SMITH d- MARSHALL,
Black Smith and Wagon Maker,
Corner of Main and Third streets.
Blacksmithing in all its branches. Wagon
making and repairing. All work warranted
to give satisfaction. (3'J
"mx?'e n r Trim x nTTV
All orders for the delivery of merchandise,
or packages and freight ot wliateve- descrip
tion, to any part id' the city, will be executed
promptly and with care. lK.lim
W. F. RIGKFIELD,
Established since lSt'.', at the old stand,
Main Street, Oregon City.
Aa assortment of Watches, Jew
elry, and Seth Thomas' weight
Clocks, all of which are warranted
to be as represented.
Repairin-rs done on short notice,
md tnankful for past favors. 37
JOHIf H. SCHEAM,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Main street, between Third and Fourth,
f"pilE attention of pat ties desiring anything
JL in my line, is directed to my stock, be
fore making purchases elsewhere.
(lv) JOHN H.SCIIP.AM.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
Main etntt, Oregon. City.
Will attend to all work in hi3 line, con
sisting in part of Carpenter and Joiner work
ii iiiiiiug, building, etc J iibbmj pron.ptlv
attended to. hi
OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD,
COMING TO OREGON CITY !
Now is the Time to Take Passage for
The Establishment of
V sortmeuts of
JUST RECEIVED ONE
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ever brought to this Market, consisting, in part of
CLOTHING. OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, For Gents' and Boys' wear!
FURNISHING GOODS. Of every variety !
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Of all kinds and colors!
LADIES' CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FURS, HOSIERY, etc.,
MERRIMAC PRINTS, WHITE GOODS, etc.,
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
GROCERIES -And an endless variety of goods, too numerous to mention.
Wlaicli llacy IndcsidL
If any one is disposed to (loult the genuineness of the above statements.
Especially the latter all the undersigned ask of them is, that they
Call and Examine the Goods and Prices !
And satisfy themselves. We mag be found at the old stand, the Brick
Building, Main street Oregon City. JACOB & BROTHER.
CC? Country Produce taken in exchange for gord$. "553
Look Out ! The Kailroad is not Coming Yet !
PEOPLES' TRANSPORTATION C.
And Rolling in
Chairman & Warner's old Erick Store, Main Street,
Where he not only intends to sell, but
Will Sell Cheaper than any other House in the City.
I will sav, COME ONE, COME ALL, and satisfy yourselves that it is no trouble to
me to show goods. I have received one of the largest stocks ever brought to this mar
ket, consisting in part of a line assortment of
LADIES DUESS GOODS. BALMORALS, FURS of various descriptions ;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sucks ;
KID GLOVES, best qualitv ;
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, all widths:
BOOTS AND SHOES : HATS AND CAPS. ; CLOTHING ;
FINE BLACK Di iESS SUITS ;
CASSIM ERE SUITS;
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS :
BOYS' AXD YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities.
A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT AM BODl all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a large stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
All kinds of Produce Bought.
RUB B E R
IIS Montgomery Street,
San Francisco California.
Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers
of all kinds India Rubber Goods.
AU kinds and styles!
Druggist and Fancy Goods,
Balls and ToySj
Pipes and Canes,
Air and Water Goods!
llul1cr ieel Tics !
For Ladies and Gentlemen !
Door Ma I a,
Wagon springs, cf Shaft Rattlers,
Curry Combs, and Horse Boots,
Bucke's and Pails,
Gloves and Napkin Rings,
Card Baskets Fans.
Latest styles of
By every steamer.
Role Agent for the Pacific Coast.
82 Lake street, Chicago.
847 Broadway, New York. 45. tf
No. 90 First street, Portland,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Garden,
Grass and Flower seeds !
All Seeds from this Establishment arc
Warranted Fresh and Genuine.
Foreign and Domestic Dried Fruits and
Foreigu and Domestic Green do do
Vegetables and Fruit Packed with care for
NUTS Pea-nuts, Brazil-nuts, Wal-nuts, Fil
berts and Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bought expressly for family use.
ZF AH of which is offered for cash at
cash prices. Orders solicited.
35:ly JOII.V O't OXXOK,
No. 90 First st., Portlmd, Oregon.
J. A. KlacEONALDj
Green Street Oswego, Oregon.
Post Master and. Dealer in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, i
Greet l ies, AViucs and Liquors I
OF TIIE LARGEST AND BEST AS-
to sell Lower llasaai
in Oregon I
the Goods for
G HOB'S MUSICAL
Day and Boarding School for
Young Ladies !
"HIS INSTITUTE IS SITUATED IN A
retired and beautiful location, away
from the business portion of the city,
On Third, between B and C streets
Attached to the building are extensive anc
beautiful grounds, for the convenience ol
pupils. The Educational Department will
be in charge of an ellicient corps of Teachers
io effort will be spared to make inis In
stitute equal to the best on the Pacific coast.
The Course of Studies
Will embrace all the branches usually taugh
in first class Seminaries in the East, in
cluding the Classics, French, Ger-man-
Spanish, Mathematics, &c.
The Musical department will be condncteo
by Prof. II. UriDO Gnou, Graduate of Planel's
Conservatorie. Parties from the couutrj
may rest assured that unaer the care of .Mrs
Grob, Matron of t lie Establishment), the;
will experience all the attentions of a moth
er, and enjoy the comforts of a home.
Particular attention will be paid tc
the choice ot Text Books, in order to avoid
anything of a Sectional or Partizan mature
in our curriculum of studies.
For further particulars, enquire at the In
stitute, or address
II. GFIDO GROB,
xi.tf P. 0. Box No. IBS, Portland.
C. II. ill X E K
PLUMMXG, G Y8 & STEAM
So. HO First Street Portland
Hot Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washslands,
Sheet Lead anal Block Tin,
Bath T ubs,
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELBOW, RETURN HENDL
NIPPLES, HUSH ING S, J-c,
for Steam, Water and Uas.
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages, Whistlei
Tallon Pumps, Steam (luages, Globe,
Angle, and Check Valves, Guage
Cocks. Air Cocks, aud all kinds
ot Brass Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, Ac.
Hotels, public buildings, and private resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens generally to cull and ex
amine my stock, which has been selected
with great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
May is, utg. lriy p. H.MYERS.
BARLOW k FULLER, OREGON CITY,
have on hand for sale, in lots to suit
purchasers, the celebrated IIOMTOR
FLOUR. Try it.
PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE.
Persons having business in Portland are ad
vised to note the following: firms.
W I L L A M E T T E
IRON WORKS COMPANY!
North Frout and E sts.,
W5 m &f mm ItSSk
mjii runiaiui. uitkuu.
BOILER BUI LDERS.
rpiIKSE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
1 bank of the river, one bloek north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and etliciently.
We have secured the services of .Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years giv s
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purposes. We are prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! I
MINING I'UMFS ! !
&C, &C, &.C.,
Manufacture and Repair Machinery of all
a. JROX SHUTTER WORK at San
Francixco cot and fn'ujht. Wheeler tt- Ran
d.alCs J'atent Grinder anJ. Amal'jamator.
Diinoar's and Steven' Self Adjuztina J'atent
J'itiUtn J'ackin'j, either 'applied to old or new
xteain cylinder. Quartz Stampers, Shoes and
dies, if ' the best hard iron. 5:1 if
NGBTHRUP & CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE LOW
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters'
Blacksmiths'' and Machinists' Tools,
Coopers'1 aud Tanners'' Tools,
Mining and Farmers' Tools,
Mill and Cross Cut Savs,
Ship and Steamboat Hardware,
Tarr Pitch, Oakum, Oars, Packing,
Manilla and. Hemp Cordage,
Anchors, Blocks and Sheaves,
Powder, Fuse, Shot, Lead and Caps,
Woodeii Ware, Twines and Brushes.
Blacksmiths' Goods, Cumberland Coal, Put
nam, New York and Gritlin Horse Nails,
Malleable Nuts and lions for Bug
gies and Wagons; Wagon Skeins
and Iron Axles, all sizes.
Hubs, Spake, A ries, Poles and Shafts, JJent
Jiims, Sawed Felloe, etc., cbc.
Agents for A. S. Ilalli.lie t Co
Hope rilst it iifut t ii t t-rs.
Circulars furnished on application.
Our facilities for purchasing goods in the
Eastern Markets being of a superior charac
ter, we are enabled to oiler goods in our line
at as low rates as they can be purchased in
this market. We call the attention of deal
ers to our stock, which comprises the most
complete and extensive assortment of goods
in this line ever olfered in this market.
30 E. J. NORTHRUP & CO.,
131 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
MEUSSDORFFEH & BtlO.,
Manufacturers and lmpaters of,
An I Wholesale and JUUid Healers in,
And HATTER'S MATERIALS,
No. 72 Front street, Portland Oregon.
Are receiving, in addition to their extensive
stock, by every steamer, all the latest styles
of New York, London and Parisian taste, for
gentlemen s and children s wear, winch they
will sell cheaper thau any other house ou
the Pacific coast.
P. S. Hats of every stIe and description
made to order, also neatly repaired. 13y
HOME MAN TJFiLCTURE
KiG&irjI" &, co.
Are Sow liainifiieturing a. Superior
Chemical, Olive, Pale,'.ancl Brown
--7IIICH WE WILL SELL AT SAX
Francisco Prices, and deliver to up
river boats free of charge.
All orders sent to Portland Soap Factory,
or to Mcl'raken. Merrill V. Co.. Agents, will
meet with prompt attention.
W. L. BIGGINS A CO..
No. 8 Front Street, Portland, Oregon,
One block no'th ot O. S. N. Co. s hart.
McCRAKEN, MERRILL & CO., Agents
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Oil KG O X I AX liU I i,D I XG.
JNo. . AV:ilii ngtou Stmt,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
E. G. RANDALL,
IMPORTER A.u DEALER IN
Sheet Music, and Musical Merchandise of
all kiuds. Sole Agent in Oregon for
? 1. 1 son tS; Iliim'. in'
CELEBKATEI) CAIJ1AKT OKG.VXI
Sjeinivay tV; Son's
GOLD MKDAL. PIAXO FORTES !
First street, next door to the Post Olliee
THE BEST SELECTION
And largest assortment of
Ladies' Gents', Misses', Boys'
BOOTS and SHOES.
Can be had at tl e PHILADELPHIA HOOl
AAV SliOh SIORL, N,. 112 Front street,
Portland, opposite Walter Fro. Carpet store,
nere new goous oi the latest stvles are re
ceived by every steamer, direct from the east
eiiauiiiig us 10 sea cheaper than anv other
store in ths city. KAST & CA1IALIN.
112 Front street, Portland
Two doors south of the old Court House,
Front street, Portland, Oregon.
W. N. Pattox Proprietor.
Single meals, 23 cents Beds. 25 cents.
This house is newly fitted, and furnished
in me nest rtvie.
legs to announce to his old
customers and the public, that
His New Restaurant,
Two doors from Alder, on First street, Port
land, is now open.
Ojsteis, Game, Chops, etc. fxi.s
x n, e
PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE.
Persons having. business in Portland are ad
vised to note the following firms.
Sixteen Years in Oreson.
S. J. M'CORMICK,
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform ail hia old
I cusiuuiers lauuus jnauv iie uin-s anuia?
not be acquainted with the fact) tuat he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland.
(EXACTLT OPPOSITE MOt'NT IIOOI)
Where he is prepared to furnish
INSTRUCTION HOOKS for all kinds of
ciintcii jiuic iiooits,
BASS, VIOL, OU1TAU and VIOLIN
And every other article in the above line.
O -A. IR, IE
AND PArEPw HANGING
BEG LEAVE TO
public thut we have
Removed to the Fine Store No. 89
Front street, Portland,
Formerly occupied by
Messrs. Cohn, Lyon d; Jaiif man
Where we shall now open our latest impor
FLOOR AND TABLE
WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS
CORNICES AND BANDS,
And all goods in the
CAEPE.T & UPHOLSTERY LINE !
W e Import oitr Goods Direct from tiie
East, and sll at less than San
Eraiitisco Prices J
No. 89 Front street, between Alder
.) and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
Wm. T. Shanalian,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IK
ill US ICAL INS TR UM EN TS,
FINE ENGRA VINGS,
rpiIE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
JL of Engravings, Crotnos, Plain and col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before cll'ered
in this market, just rccoi.-ed and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Vicics of Columbia River Scenery
Constantly on hand.
AGENT FOR BRADBURY S CELEBRATED
GirsiflMl Scale JPisaiaos I
Which have given universal satisfaction,
antf which te guarantees to sell at San Fran
t'4?t Special attention given to framing
Photograph Engravings, etc.
M r. Shanalian, formerly of A. Koh
ler's establishment. San Francisco, will at
tend to tuning and repairing Pianos, Melo
deons, and all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos for Rent. (3(5. ly
lSOH2ItT II. Ll
Hard Wood Lumber
AND WAGON MATERIALS I
AS NOW ON HAND and TO ARRIVE
the finest stock ever imported t this
coast. lieing selected under tns personal
supervision lie can warrant it to be of the
best, and would call the attention of dealers
and wagon makers to his assortment of
ASH, AND HICKORY,
1 1 U US, SPO KES, FELLOES,
AXLES, POLES, BENT RIMS
Shaft, Bows, Single trees, Ploio
Beams and Huudles, dc.
Orders for the above, also for Boxes, Thim
bles, Skeins, Iron and hleel, promptly
ItOHEHT II. LAW,
Commission Merchant, 38 First st.,
Corner of Pine, Portland, Oregon.
XSP Consignments solicited. (.30.1y
John Nestcr, Architect,
OFFICE IN CARTER'S BUILDING,
Front St., Portland Oregon.
Tenements, Cottages, Suburban
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF CRICK AXD FRAME
Buildings Designed and Planned
With accuracy, and scrupulously and faith
fully superintended. gy'Owuers interests
considered paramount. flT.tf
BILLS A CO.
CAMP & CO.
HOG AX & CO.
Portland Dray and Hack Co.,
(hh'ce at Drery and Hack Stable,
Cor. Stark and Second sts, Portland.
5jf All business intrusted to ns executed
with care and dispatch. No commissions
charged on freight advanced. Orders for
hacks promptly attended to, day or bighf.
M IS CELL A NEO US.
jDM 1 N 1STU ATOR'S SALE !
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance
of the order of the County Court of Clacka
mas county. State ot Oregon, made on the
5th day of March, A. D. lbtiS, in the matter
of the estate of Robert La very deceased, the
undersigned administrator of said estate
will sell at public auction to the highest bid
der in cash for gold or silver coin of" the
United States, in one parcel, and subject to
confirmation by said county court, on
Monday the 13th day of April,
A. D. 1818, at two (2) o'clock P. M. of said
day, at the Court House door, in Oregon City
Clackamas county, State of Oregon, all the
right, title, interest and estate of the said in
testate at the time of his death, and all the
right title and interest that the said estate
has by operation of law or otherwise acquir
ed, other than or in addition to that of the
said intestate at the time of death, in and to
all that lot, piece or parcel of land, situate,,
lving and being in said county and State.and
described as follows : To-w'it T. 2 S. 11. 1
E., being the south half of the south west
quarter of section seventeen (17), and north
half of north west quarter of section twenty"
(20), according to maps and plats of United
States surveys, containing 160 acres, more
or less. Said land will be sold subject to the
dower of the widow of deceased thcrein.
Termsof sale One-third of purchase money
to be paid down on day of sale, balance on1
confirmation of sale bv said countv court.
Administrator of the estate of Robert Laverr
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas ss:
50 cent. Revenue stamp.
Margarets. Post, plaintiff, vs. L'zraJ. Post
defendant. Suit in equity to dissolve mar
Ta Ezra J Post, sahl defendant ;
In the name of the State of Oregon, Yon
are hereby required to appear and answer
the corrplaint tiled against you in the above
entitled action, within ten days from the date
of the service of this summons upon you, if
served within the said county ; or, it gerveij
in any other county of this State, then with
in twenty days from the date of the service
of this summons upon you ; and if j'ou fail
so to answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff
will tak? judgment against you, and if you
fail to appear in said court on the first dav
of the term of said court, which shall be held
after six weeks publicatioi of this summons
the plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in saw complaint, which is
tor a dissolution of the marriage contract
now existing between plaintiff and defendant
and that plaintiff have the care and custody
of the children mentioned in complaint.
Bv order W. W. Upton. Jude 4th Judi
cial'District. S. HL'ELAT,
23.7t) Attorney for Plaintiff.
The co-partnership T.-eretofore existing
under the lirm name of Rosenstein A Men
delson, doing business in Oregon City, was
dissolved on ti e 18th day of March, lsGS.
mutual consent, J. Rosenstein and li. Meu
delson retiriiiir from the firm. All accounts
due said firm will be collected by the con
tinning partners, S. KosensteiD and A. L.
Mendelson, and will liquidate all claims
against the aforesaid firui of Rosenstein &
JCSr"T the Union voters of Clack'.
amas countv. The undersigned is a candi
date for Sheriff, at the June election, ar.d de
sires his friends to rally to his support.
1). II. GOOD.
70lt SALE !
Lot i, block 4f, in this citv Applr to
li. R. DeLASHMUT, Oswego.
T'UE Co-partnership heretofore
known as the firm of Miller & Pease, in
the lumbering business at Oregon City, is
this day dissolved, (November 25th, ltfCT.V O
by mutual consent. Those having claims
airainst said firm will present l hem to Sam'l
Miller for payment, and rhose owing the firm
will please come forward and settle with
Samuel Miller, who is authorized to receive
and receipt. SAMUEL MILLER,
GEO. a. PEASE. O
The business will be carried on in the fu
ture by Sainue' Smith, who Ijpill furnish all
kinds "of lumber, both rough and dressed,
and ail kinds of fruit boxes on short notice
and at reasonable prices.
7.tf SAMUEL SMITH.
IN THE U. S. LAND OFFICE at Oregon
City, Oregon, Reda Kubler vs. Marshall
Roberts. Contest in relation to the W ha!f
ot the W half of sec. 2. T. 3 S R 1 W.
To said Marshall Roberts : The said Bedst
Kubler having made application at this office
to be permitted to procure the cancelation of
your homestead entry No. 214, made upon
saiil land, and to enter the same, alleging
that you have abandoned said land, and
making proof in support of said allegation.
1 ou are therefore, hereby notified that un
less you apDear within thirty days from-the
service hereof, and establish your right ti
said land, such proof ot abandonment will
be taken as true, and your said entry report
ed for cancellation.
OWEN WADE, Register.
HENRY WARREN, Receiver.
March 17, 1SS. f20.4t
OREGON LEATHER !
The Best on the Coast.
Tlios. A nil stroii
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER
HE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO IX-
That he is prepared to furnish as good and
durable an article of Leather as can be made
on the Pacific Coast, at the following rates:
Harness Leather, per lb. . . .'. .2S to SO cents.
Extra heavy, for Concord 33
Skirting, per pound 23 to 32 "
Belting, in the side 3 "
" Cut, per square foot, 00
Side, upper, " "16 to 20 cents.
O rain Leather " " " IS to 22 "
Light Hull, or Grain for Wo-
.. IS to 20 "
.. $30 00 to? 40 00
, . 40 00 to 60 0t
, . 3 "o to 4 0O
. . 1 00 to 2 h
. . 2 00 to 4 wo
Calfskins, per doz. . . .
Kip ' "
Bridle, per side
'Jollar, per side
Lace Leather, per side
X'jf I do not thick that Harness Leather
should necessarily be made in Santa Cruz, ia
order to stand the test of our climate;
ZW Nor do I think that Belling, in order
to bear the strain of Oregon Machinery, must
be made in the Atlantic States.
ALL I ASK JS A
fiir Oil ?a ncc!
And I will prove, to the satisfaction of all
concerned, that Oregon Leather is the best
on the Coast,
ZT" All orders will meet with prompt at
tention. Add re:
Ze,A Milwaukie, uregon.
Importers & Wholesale Grocers,
74 FRONT STREET,
GOODS SOLD FOR CASH AT A SMALL
SAX Fit AXCISCO JOBBIXG PIUCES
c. & ax.
Would thank merchants visiting the city w
price their stock before purchasing. J-
A "LARGE INVOICE OF NEW
Sunday School and Gift Books I
TJMIOM THE? AMERICAN TRACT SUCH
JL ty and TT yl. f
Various other Publishing Houses.
For sale bv the subscriber, on Jfeoa
betweeu"2d and 3d. Portland, Onff
G. H. ATKlNSON,Secretarr
5.l v and Treas. Oregon TruH boc