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TOAVX AXD COUNTY.
Soiree. I'rof. Cardinell will gire a soiree
at the Court House on New Year's ore.
TiSnks. Yesterday Mr. M. G. Wills
brought us sorao fine fresh pea?, which
were raised on the Tarnt of .Ir. John T.
Foster. Fresh green peas for Christmas
is not a bad thing.
Christmas Rose. Yesterday a little
friend handed us a beautiful damask rose,
and -'wished' us a merry Christinas one
day in advance of Santa Claus.
. Oregon Ikon Works. Messrs. A. A.
McCuIl, David McCully, J. L. Starkey
ond E. N. Cooke have purchased a con
trolling interest in the Oregon Iron Works
J of 1'ortlaad. e
Accidkxt. On last Tuesday in thelend
of the river just below Independence, the
steamer Success struck alog, and knocked
a hole in the side of her about twelve feet
long. With the energy which character
ises the actions of the People's Transporta-
lion Company, the steamer will be repaired
ed and running again in less
than a week.
There will be a Chriimas tree at the
Episcopal Church on Christinas eve, ac
companied with the singing of ChrisMnas
carols by the children, caieehi.Jng by the
rector, and short addresses by the teach
ers. The public are cordially invited to
be present. On Saturday, being Christ
inas day. there will be religions services at
11 o'clock, a. m., at the same place.
Masonic On last Saturday evening
Multnomah Lodge No 1. A. F. and A. M..
elected the following officers for the en
siling year, viz : -
J.T. Apperson. W:M.
Jas. M. Frazer. S.W.
W.B. Blanchard, J. W.
F. Barclay. T
I). C. Ireland Secretary.
Owen Wade, S. 1).
C. W. Ganong. J. D.
0 And on last Thursday evening theSbove
officers w.oro duly installed by Past Grand
-Master John McCraken.
The 13tH Aiiuinliiuiit on tlic Ilaai
lige. WSare informed that on last -Thursday
a row occurred in the OrPgon City Wool
h'ii Factory, between the whites, and some
i?'v American citizens in prospectn, as fol
lows : As George. Blackwelff a boy about
17 rears old. and mployed as boy of
general work In the factory, was passing
mi ffn g the looms in thedischarge of his
lutv, a Chinaman gave him some rdanjr.
bir which George upset the celestial. At
this, some 15 or 20 other Chinamen came
George with knis and other weapons.
Jind nrobablv would have seriouslv hurt
the b(- had it not been for the interfer
ence of Mr. Howell, book keeper of -the
iuctory. Fr this, young Bl-ickwell was
discharged. And 5Jpon his discharge.
Martin McNerey, who had charge of the
looms, quit, alleging that he wijuld not
work, where Chinamen were .supreme. We
in ty have more to say in regard to this
matter hereafter. Jn the jjieoitime, how-
everlet ihe ratification of the 15th amend
ThcTusipeiiiiic-f Cause in Cluckamas
Co ii tt 1 y.
From a communication received from
C. Deal, Esq.. (J. W. C. T. of Oregon, we
learn that during last week he organized
lh& following Lodges of Good Templars
in this county, viz :
Mt. Pleasant Lodge No. 105. meets off
Tuesday evenings at the Church on Clear
Creek ; has 39 charter members, and
dected the following oflicers
Rev. G. W.
Boork. W. C. T. ;Miss Rams Jen, R
II. S. ;
Miss Belle Eckles, L. H. S. ; Mrs. Olive
Rowley, W. V. T. ; Almond Holcomb, W.
S. ; Miss C. Mat toon, W. A. S. ; J. I)ictCn
pon, F. S.; M. J. Hall. T.; George Ilicken
bothem. W. M.; Miss Emma Chase. D. M.;
.Miss J. Mattoon, I. Gf? J. Mattoon, O. G.;
L. T. Barin. l?Y. C. T. ; B. C. Lewis,W.C:
Mt. ZionLo4jlge No.lOG, meets at Palma
tier's school house on Wednesday evenings,
lias 2S charter members and elected the
following officers :
W. II. Mattoon, X& C. T.; Mary ralma
tuT, W. V. T.: O. II. Price. W.S.: E. Pierce.
W. A. S.; S. G. Gann, F. S.; M.
Pierce. W. T.: D. Palmader. W. M.: Emm;
Pavis, I). M.; M. Pierce. I. G ; W. Palma
ier. O. G.; Richard Palmatier, P. W. C.
T.; Garrett Palmatier, W. C; John Palma
tier, L. D. Post office, Clar Creek.
Beaver Lodge No. 107, meets on Friday
evenings at the Church near Mr. G raham "s.
Best office, Oregon City,
members, and elected
20 charter r
Kev. C. Misner, W. C. T.f.Mrs. Cralmm.
A. E. Misnor. W.S.f C. IT-.itirek- i
W. F. Kirk. W. F. S Afarv !
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leattie, V.". T.; W. II. Leatherman.W. M.- '
.-Mrs. Waldron. D. M .; Emma Waldron. T
W. E. Misr.er. O. (I-.; Robert Mortis !
L-1).; W. F. iVafe. W. n, S. Wnl.lmn 1
T r n ti io- !
I rom the foregoing and other indica
tions. we are led?o believe that this county
rapully becoming Democratic.
. . .
Kiiilroail Ct ltlr;i ion.
At aomeeting of the citizens of Oggon
City, held at the Council Room on Thurs-,lc.-2r,a,
lSCOthe following pro
ceedings were hrd :
On motion of Wm. Harlow, Esq., Hon.
Forbes Iki relay was appointed President.
nl on motion of A. J. Apperson, Esq..
Jas.A. Smith was appointe.l Secretary.
- It was announced by the President" that
the object of the meeling was to make ar-
rangements for celebrating, in some ap
propriate manner, the completion of the
first twenty roilos of the Oregon Central
Railroad, the said celebration to take place
on the day on which the first regular train
shall pass through said city.
On motion, a committee of five was ap
pointed to make proper arrangements.
Said committee consisting of Hon. F. Bar
clay, T. Charman, A. J. Apperson, John
Myers and Win. Barlow.
On motion, the following committee on
correspondence was appointed : A. J. Ap
person and T. Charman.
On motion, the Secretary was instructed
fo forward a copy of these proceedings to
the daily Oregonian and the weekly Ex
tkhpui.sk. On motion, adiourned. Q
J AS. A. SMITH. Secretary.
Oregon City Prices Current.
, The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
ticles are selling-, in this market :
WHEAT White, rjo bushel, 70 cts.
OATS bushel. 37 i cts.
POTATOES bushel. ;J7i(i0 cts.
ONIONS cl bushel, SI 00(7,1 DO.
FLOUR f bbl. $L OO0S4 50.
BEANS White, Ex. i; cts.
DRIED F II LUT Apples, lb.. 4(7?-c:
Peaches, jj? ib.,10(7?,12c; Plums, "ft lb., 7
-i c.s.; Currants, v... I)(az0 cts.
BUT 1 Eli - - j j lb.. 30 cts.
EGGS 1 dozen, o0f?33 cts.
CHICKENS do..rn. $2 500-3 00.
SUG A R Crushed. lb.. 20 cts.; Island
H)., 1012i cts. ; N. ().. t lb., 15 cts.;
San Francisco refined, p lb . 14 A cts. 0
TEA Young lly.n, lb., 1 50 ; Ja
pan. p lb., 'JO? ?1 25 ; Black. Vt lb., 75c.
COFFEE IT,.. 22025 cts.
SALT lb.. 1I0:j cts.
SYRUP II.ja.vy Golden, sail.. SI :
gx. IIeayGoen. p, gall., Si' OO0$1 lol
JL-UA) ilanis. i lb.. l'J cts; Sides,
oulders, 10 cts.
7, .. 12 cts.
OIL -I.ievos Kc
osene. 7 gall.. SOc.0
r.t rt g Hi.. -51 05
Linseed oil. boiled, "11 g.i'i. .1 70.
WOOL "fl lb.. 20 cts." '
1',1'A-A'- On foot. 0 cts.
POKK Oa footM l is. ib O
SHEEP Per iu;
'd. S2 00
TJrv. 11 It
$1 50 each.
St. Panls (Eniscopal) Church, the Rev. John
. Selhvuo l, rector. Services on Sunday
fit lei a. m. nit'l 7 v. sr. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 r. m.
1st Lonare.'j-.if mnnl Church.
Sabbath Sell- ol,
lh:v. K. Ckkkv,
. . .12 o'cloi k M.
M. E. Church,
. . 7 o'clock.
Evening Sei vb
Class-Meeting following Moining Services.
Braver .M( cting Thursday evening 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School i.t 2 o'clock P. M. -
Rkv. C. W. Tom), Pastor.
If you wish the very Lest
Photographs, .von must call on
1!B AULL V & KULOFSOX, 43 'J Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
0 VILI.I.Vri EAVilJSOX,
OUWo, ?."o. Gl Wont Street,
Aujoiiiinij the Tcleyraph Oifiee, J'ortland Oregon.
SPECIAL COLLKCTOR of CLAIMS,
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts, and Mercan
tile Claims of every desci iptiou, (throughout
Oregon and the Teigtoi ies, WILL l'.E MADE
A SPECIALTY, and promptly collected, as
well as with a due regard to economy in all
business matters entrusted to bis care and
the proceeds paid over punctually. -tutf
REAL ESTATE DEALBRc
Paix Kir.LEi;, after a Tnono1
trial by iuuugserle living witnesses, has
proved itself The JHt-dLclm.f the A g p. It is
an internal and an externaFjremedyv One
positive proof of its efficacy is, that its sales
have constantly increased, and wholly upon
its own merits. The effect of the pain killer
upon the patient wlien taken internally, in
case of Cold, Cough, Ilyvcl Comp!aints,Chol
era, Dysentery, and other affections of the,
system, has been truly wonderful, and has
won for it a name amonr medical prepara
tions that can never be forgotten. Its suc
cess in removing pain, as an external remedy
in cases of Burns, Bruises, Sores, Sprains,
Cuts, Stings of Insects, and ol-her causes of
suffering, has secured for it such a host of
testimony, as anilmostCElifallible remedy,
that it will tie hamlcd down to posterity as
one f the greatest medical discoveries of
thjpj'Jth century. Q dec-4
Tim Gkeat Pictobtal Annual.
Ilostetter's California Almanafor ls7', for
distribution, gratis, throughout Oregon, Cali
fornia and other States and Territories of
the Pacific slope, will be published about the
first of January, and all who wish to under
stand the true philosophy of health, should
read and jiondcr the valuable suggestions it
contains. Iu addition to an admirable med
ical treatise on the causes, prevention and
one of a crreat variety of diseases, it. pmbr.i.
ccs a Large amount of information interest-
the merchant, the mechanic, the min
er, the farmer, the planter and the profession
al calculations have been made
such meridians and latitude as a
a correct and co nprehensive
The nature, atses, id extraordinaiy sani
tary efl'ecof IIos tetters Stomaehe Hitters'
the staple tonic and alterative of more than
half the Christian world, are fully set forth
in its page, which are also interspersed with
pictorial ill us! rations, valuSde recipes for
the household and farm, humorous anecdotes
anuotner instructive and amusing reading i
1 , , . .
matter, original and se'ected. Among the
Annuals to appear with the opening of the J
year, thi will be one of the most useful, and j
may be had for the asking. Fend for co-des '
to the r.eare dealer in IIOTFTTEPX
V i ' -i , i v-n i t l i r.iir. iiu'se iu iii;sare
sold iu every city, town and village, and are
extensiytdj- used ihrougle. ut the cutire civil
!il l (HI H.M'TI.'II flM . t r,, ...... .
SPECIA L XOTICES.
Slult nomali Lodge No. 1, A. l ami
fV A 3I"Hhls its regular communi
df cations on the First and Third Sat
IrN. vrday m each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the " 20tli of September to the 2)th of
March, and 7 A o'clock from the 2oth of March
to the 'Joth of Scjitember. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend. rs
By order of W. M.'
Oregon Lodge 2Vo. 3, I. O. of O. F.
Meets every Wednesday even-
Si! ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
"tofi IIallf kMain street.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. X. C.
Ilelccca J5grre Loilse So. 2, 1. O. O. F.
0 O Meet on the Second and Fourth
ty'Qf TUESDAY EVENINGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of thSDegree ate invited to
attend. By order of N. G.
M'illamette L..ulge Tin. 15T. O- 61. T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S.E. corncrof Main and Filth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By order of W. C. T.
Valuable Ivxd for Sale Cheap
We know of 4 SO acres of goocPlands for
sale in this county, being iu; land churn of
J. L. Stout, iu what is known as theliingold
settlement. It will be sold in lots to suit
purchasers, on very fair terms. This land
is only 12 miles from Oregon City. For
further information apply to"N. W Randall,
of this city, or of J. L. Stout, Unity, Baker's
Hay, W. T., or of Andrew Stout, in'the above
mentioned settlement. lS:ly
Saddler9 J. II. Sehrum, of this
City, is now manufacturing, the Lest Saddler)
and Harness in the State. He will have at
least 50 sets of all grades, from fine tnwni
mon, finished and ready for sale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is bound to mnke a trade with any man who
wishes to buy of hinQ He uses both Oregon
and California leather in his establishment,
and his woik bears a most exed'eut reputation
abroad. We hope that eillzerifKof our ov;
county will think of this, when they want any
articles in bis i.ne.
Successor tCJf AIRMAN BRO.,
JIECBE.TH OF !IY BB OTHER HAS
compelled me aruin to change the name
of the linn of CILVIlMAX t B1LO. to that of
T 1 1 0 M .S CHAB.M A ,Whavm g mi rch ased ot
hhe estate a!! the interest held by mv broth
er in the stock of goods owned bv Charman
k, Brother, taking eiioct January 3d, 1S(J'.'.
Will be Carried on as ITsimI
O AM) A FULL SJOCK
(Vj'ill be(kt;)t up by me, and will consist, in
part, of the following branches of trade:
Dry Goods and ChllnngQ
rJIals, Caps, JJo&s and Shoes,
EancyONotions, Perfumery . O
o And Patent Jedicinc3
Paints, Oils, C(prs.
Dye Stuffs Slid VarnIi,
Qnccnifware, Crockery Laizips
Sash. Doors, and Windou!)lir,t
Hardware, Tools and Cutlery,
O Hope, and Kails
Of Every Description.
I askEspccial AlUntion to my
0 FINE TEAS,
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
G RQjC ERIE S OF EJTf?RY
Farming E implements
OF ALL KINDS.
TiT; Afternoon will be paid to any business
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Business with all who favor
me with their patronage, will be done on a
ooli) basis but Legal Tender will be re
ceived at the market quotations.
Agent WELLS FABGO & CO.
I desire to say to all who favor me
with their patronage that I shall ise my best
ability to please them, and all Wders shall
tweet with prompt attention. My facilities
for doing business are as good as any house
in Oregon, and I pledge' myself to sell as
Cheap as any House in good standing in tire
State. I will not be undersold by any one
Kbiase give me a call and examine for your
selves. Thanking you for past favors,
I remain, Respectfully yours.
Is hereby givenhat I will bo at the
Sheriffs oflice in OrkgVn City, Oregon from
MONDAY, thAS'jth day of Noyetnber, AT D.
ISO'.t, to the jl-t day ot January, ld7o, and
ALL PERSON'S ARE REQkSTED
TO PA Y THEIR TAXES!
On or before the 1st day of January. Q
As costs may bpadded after that date.
JOHN MYERS Sheriff "0
and Collector of Clackamas County.
Nov. 27th, ISfj'J. C3.3t
JEW COLUaIBIAX hotel.
Cor. FRONT and MORRISON Sts., o
o PORTLAND, OREGON.
ftCS" The mostPComfortable Hotel in the
City. Hoanrand Lodging, from one to two
dollars per day, according to rooms occupied.
r rcc uuatii 10 anu iroiii ine nous(
4otH EDWARD CARNEY, V
XT FAY VORTC" TTOTPT.
O ( Dcutfches Gafthaus,)
No. 17 Frorit Street, oj posite the '.fail
ship landing, Portland. Orein
II. ROTHr OS, J. J.
Eoard per Yeek . ,
with Lodgiug. .
G. WSWALLLXG A Co. would callj?
the attention of theubdc to their large iii'-"
and well assorted stock of fine fruit trees and
shrubbery, consisting of choice varieties of
CHERRIES, PLUMS, PEARS
APRICOTS, PEACHES, NUTS,
Persons desirous of purchasing trees
sTroutd' call and examine our stock, which is
t',c ,ar?cst tlttl best in the State.
will be promptly lilled and forva:'el.
KJT r-jcint cure niKcn in lxtrtung xrtn-i.
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Address nil otilers to
CJ. AV. WALLING & Co.,
Oswego, Clackuinas County Oregon-
LIFE INSURANCE COMPLY !
United States ofAmehica.
Brnndi Office at Philadelphia, O
Wlu re the business of the Company is
transacted, anjjto which all general
correspondence should fce addressed.
rhiladelphia, Clarence Il.Clark, Jay Cooke,
F. KatchYord Starr, J. Hinckley Cdark, Ceo.
r. Tyler, W . (I. Moorhead.
Washington, Henry I). Cooke, E.A.Rollins
Win. E. Chandler, John D. Defrees.
New York, Ed vv. Dodge, 11. C. Fahnestock;
CLARENCE II. CLAdlK, President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Fmance
And Executive Committee.
HENRY TVCOOKE. Yice P-esidcnt.
EMERSON W.PELT, Secretary and J
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS G. SMITH, M.D., Medical Director,
J. EW1NG MEATvS. M. p.. Assistant. Q
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, P. C,
and Geo. IIAIUHNG, Philadelphia,
Hie Most Successful Life
Insurance Company of
0 The World !
q Having issued in the first TEX mouths of
3,395 Policies, .
This Cornwall- ifrordto its Policy Holders
Ir its Cash paid up Capital of One Million
Dollars, and guarantees to the Insured,
Low Rates of Premium !
LARGE DIVIDENDS IN ADVANCE,
o o 0
OR, A REVERSIONARY DIVIDEND OF
100 TER CENT. BY ITS
Return Premium Flan !
CpOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
. II&LE O O- .MANAGER.
AGEKT FOR OUEGOiV.
OFFICE I3T)CnEE'S EVH.DING,
(Up stairs, bed Front and First sts.)
ENTRANCE OV ST AUK STREET,
s. d. pcpeTlocal agent,
JAY? COOKE & CO. No. 216 RroadwaJ-, N.Y.
General Agents for N'ew Y'ork and North (p
ern NewJersey. J. U. Orvis and D. C.
E. W. CLARK & CO. Rankers, Xo. 3 Smith
Third sireet, rhiladclphiaGeneral Agents
forCPennsylvania and Southern New Jersey-.
C. S. Russell, Sbanager.
JAY COOKE & CO. Washington,. General
Southern Agent'. E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS &"CO. Chicago, General Agents
for lliinQa, Wisconsin, Lywa and Minn.
JOHN W. ELLTS Si CO. No. 122 Walnut St.,
Cincinnati, General Agents for Ohio 2nd
Central aniLjSouthern Indiana.
S. A. KEAN i'c CO. Detroit, General Agents
f , Miehifran and Northern Indiaiia. D.
W. Kean, Mana
T.R. EDGAR, SJ,. Louis, General Agent for
Missouri and Kansas. C. Orvis, Manager.
ROLLINS trc CHANDLER, Boston, General
Agents for Nej) England and Eastern
Provinces of Canada,
J. P. Tucker Man
CD JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. BaltimoP,
GeueraO gents for Maryland, W. A. Wi
WM. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, -Genial
Ggtnt for the Dominion 63 Canada.
DIRECT IMlfRTAtriOX !
OF ' " '
TOYS, FAXCY GOODS,
GIFTS,SP1 IESENTS, UOOKS,
For the Holidays of lSG9-'70, has arrived.
DIRECT FX03I SEW YORK,
And is Now on Exhibition At SAXTA
GLAUS3 HEADQUARTERS !
105 FIIOXT ST., PORTLAND,
Where Every PurcTmscr Will Find
The Largest Stock !
O The Greatest Variety !!
The Cheapest. Prices!!!
rA?This immense Stock having been
purchased for currency in New York, will
be sojd to dealers and" otl-s in coin, at
LESS PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE!
Strangers and citizens will find SANTA
CLAUS 1 IEAIM T JA RTEIIS a most in-
arhiy of new novelties, ;uWl the thousand
cuui:ciu i,ovs inereni. givi inesioretue ap
liearance of an Eastern ?.I)iseum of
. : 1. ji ... - ,-! , .1
P TTH T A O X (pTP
I i r i I ; i I
"SSome idea mayQje arrived at as to
the extent of Stock when it is known that
of dolls alone there are One Hundred and
Fifty-five varieties! Making that Depart
ment a pei feet
BAZAAR CF BEAUTY:
OFuIl Descriptive Catalogues now
Qjj"Call early to secure choice gffls.
o s. j. MrcomncK,
no2-Cw Agent for Santa Clans.
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b sum c?
ISTILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER Or MAIN ,xtj MXI 11 .Sf iiKbf.S,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
TT7HERE II E W O IJ L D IN'YTTE HIS
V friends, and the public- in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting of a
general assortmelTt of
Ilsais :3i2c3 Csii8, q
25?" HaviBg frorr. many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN S MAIL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Silence the Cry of Portland Piices!
Oregon City, August 2Sth, IS'6'J.
FOR 0REG0NQ;iTY" AND VICINITY.
Will deliver to their patrons all the
best qualities of StaJL Fed Reef, also Stritton,
Pork, Poultry etc., asnsual twice a week, on
Tuesdays and Saturdays !
Thankful tQ past favors of the public would
respectfully asks a continuance of the same.
N. B. An abundant supply of good poultry
on hand. ISA AO FA RR,
P. D. MORKlsS.
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
Late Mack $ Hatch,
D EN T I ST,
The patronage of those desiring irat Class
Operation., is respectfully solicited.
.Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. 13. Nitrous Oxyde administered for the
Painless Kxtraction ot leetn. t)
W 1'TT. 1 WAXr.r V.-ofY
OFFICE in itM,iz;ui 1 iic umiuiiig, ....-!.
side of First street, betwr-n Alder and Mor
rison streets?) Portland. Oregon.
Jacob StiIzel. James U. LQtox.
STIT2EL & UPTON,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corne& of Front and
Washington streets, 0
rsr- Will attend to the sale and purchase
ot'ltcal E.-tafe in all parts of the Wy and
StatS Special attention given to ihe sale of
East Portland property.
Address P. O. Box 4-V2, Portland. Oregon.
ST1TZEL A. UPTON,
lQtf ) Kid Estate Brokers.
Q P. J'EPvUY,
BROfcR. ToKTrAxn. OrkcQn. q
O Cor. Froi-t and Washington Sts.
Aent North JJrilbsh and Mercantilf
Insurance gompany, and Manhat
tan Ie lnsurnr.ee Company.
C35TGovernnient Securities, Stocks.Bonds
amLKeal Estate bOivit and sold onQ'om-
II. C. MYERS.
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IX
We also coTistantly keep on hand
SALEM C A S S I M E R E S, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we will sell at the Factory Prices,
and will take wool in exchange.
"VJ We will also pay the highest price for
Putter, Eggs, and all kinds of good country
producer. We w ill sell as low as any bouse
in Oregon, for Cash or Its equivalent in good
JO" Give us a call and sati-fy yourselves.
THREE - PLY,
OIL - CLOTHS,
WI1TDO W-SH ADES,
L A0C E - GUI! TAINS, &c, &c.
We Would Call Cue attention of par
tics fi! liny Hp hoiises, or&leing in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, id J tick is
ONE OF TEE COMFLETEST
On the IPsielfic 1sisl!
Oil'' Goods being specially selected at
the FacMria in England and the
Easier n Slates, we can sell
AT TEE LOWEST
!5i3i !Pi'5incisco Prices.
No. SvTront street, between Alder
and Washington, Portland Oregon
During mv'our of two years
n the Eastern States I have
&'&lZ?di:r spared neither time nor
y to make m se'f per
fectly familiar with and master of my pro
fession. Those dcsii imr the best work that
the nature of the case will admit of can find
me at my otlice, 107 Front street, two door
above JMcOormick s Rook btore, Portland,
DR. J. G. GLENN
No. 100 FRONT STREET,
Wa t c h maker
And Dealer in LOCKS, WATCHES, AND
JEWELERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox &
Gibbs' Letter 'G'' Sewing Machines, which
are now being sold singly at cost, or whole
sale less than cost. Other goods at greatly
reduced rates. (40.tf
Pioneer lsooEc Bindery,
Ko. 5 "WasliiHgton Street,
BLANK ROOKS RULED and BOUND to
mv desired pattern.
MUSIC ROOKS, MAGAZINES. NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
1 4 4t, -A-) (
Orders from the country promptly at- I
K US Y !
F. 0PITZ, PROPRIETOR,
FIRST STREET PORTLAND.
Bet. Washington and Stark sts.
ALL KINDS AXD QUALITIES of
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
Will always be old below San Franciscc
prices. Alioidurs promptly attended to.
q OIll-GON BVKERY,
Flrat at., Forlland. Oregon.
g II ADES SALOON.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIN STEEETt(Oregon City.
Erst niLLRlRn TABLES in OF EG ON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor invite.-
the attention of the lovers ofthis
popular amusement to them.
T II A B A 11 I S S UP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon already
iamoiis hiskics and Punch. Also
tnr Families supplied
Sunday School and Gift Rooks !
JJR0M THE AMERICANTRAC SOCIE
Various other Publishing Houses
For sale by the subscriber, on Jefferson st.
between '2d and Gd, Portland, Ongon.
O. H. ATKINSON, Secretary.
ai:d Treas. Oregon Tract Society
A LARGE ASSCTRTMEXT OF
Doors Windows !
WHICH HE OFFERS AT
Very LOW HATES!
Look at his Stock before
Goods Warraiitea t
WILL DISPATCH THEIR STEAMERS
FROM OREGON CITY
AS FOLLOWS i
At 74 A. M., every day, except Sanda'y.
And 1 P. M., ever- day. '
For Salem, Albany and Corvallis :
ON MONDAY, TUESDAY', THURSDAY,
AND FRIDAY', at 7 o'clock A. M.,
And for Dayton :
ON MONDAY', WEDNESDAY', & FRIDAY,
Of each week.
A. A. McCULLY, President,
Nor. 27th, 1869. . 40.tf
Harvest of 1869 ! !
Selling off to Close Business,
AiaI no HUMBUG !
Tlte Entire Stoclc !
BtOTS AND SHOES,
JleDs' Ladies, Misses and Childrens
HATS AHD CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners I
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to "be sold
Regardless of Price I
fk2- To convince yonrself with respect to
this matter, call at the old corner.
k South of Tope Co.1 6 Tin Star,
a Oregon City.
Grain ingt ,Gildin gf
China Glossing, Imitations
Of all kinds
Wood and Marble !
Executed as weJl a can be done an the Pacific
Coast. Examine our work and Judge for
jeEifcryiprder attended to with care and
expedition, y , C. E. MURK A Yf
Wst Door Ralston's Brick. , , .
iviain st., Oregon i;uy
gTRAYED OR STOLEN".
From the pasture of.H. Straight, near
Oregon City, one
With BLACK MANE and TAIL,
has Saddle marks, and is about 14 j hands
high. When fdC left, had on smooth (thoea.
3t, I will liberally reward anv one who
will return her to me at Oregon City, Oregon
She formerly belonged to John Bell, of Salem.
Dec. 4th tf JOHN MYERS.
() a - ;
LOGUS & ALBRIGHT,
Corner of Fourth and Main s tree's.
Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
frenii and salt meats, such as
BEEF, PORK, r
CORNED BEEF, HAMS,
riCKELED PORK, LARD,
And everything else to be touud in Uk:u iiu
of business. - -
vy II. UTTER & CO.,
Y MERCHANT TAILORS,
AND GENTS JEJlIfNISIIING GOODS.
CI FRONT STREET,
UNDER COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
40.3uO Portland, Oregon.
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