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A Coming Conflict Between the Ne
groes and the Germans.
The German press is fully alive
to the troubles which the necjro
vote is evidently producing within
tue ranks oi mc rauicai party, i ne
jLiiuwis Kiaazszitzunrj lorecast irom
the solid vote of the
iu tiivor oi mble reading m the
public schools of Cincinnati, that
the colored vote "will be a ready
auxiliary to the advocates of every
thing known in the United States
as blue laws or Puritan narrow
mindedness. Whoever favors Sun
day laws, temperance legislation
and the enforcement of Bible read
in cr in the rmblie schools will be
supported by the colored voter.
"This is not a very exhilarating-
rospect,"ays the St(iatsi:toi, QCna: or cherishing. The quan
but it is not to be wondered at ! tit , an quality of brains we mix
mf it. i; - Wlifitovrr tlie netrro .;fi, ,,-i.ot wo A, makes the difler-
that it is so. "Whatever the negio
o possesses of elementary education ;
has in-own in exclusively religions
soil and therefore bears the mark :
of its origin. The negroes have
no national history; They have no
share in the intellectual develop-
nro i niil-iinu-n to the nC'JTOC'S as
t . A V . - 7 VliVv IT " . '
Hegelian philosophy. The Run tan j
reverends who undertake the guid-
ance of their education will evi-.
dently not be to the adavntagc ot
Xow, to gam a true insight into
this matter "it is not necessary to
decide cither for or against the
views of the Germans in regard to ,
the relations in which state should j
stand to religion or to subjects in j
"eneral which may or mav not be
readied by legislation. It is suf
ficient to know that after the Ger
mans had been induced, by their
own views and insticts, as they
though, to assist the negroes in be
coming freemen, these same ne
irroca are arraved in a solid mass
against their views; and that the
Germans will depend in a measure
for the education of their children
upon a race which is not entirely
uneducated but has, on the subject
of education, the very opposite
views to those of the Germans.
And so it will evidently be in re
gard to almost every question of
an intellectual bearing, where the
colored man docs not directly dis
cover the purpose of depriving
him of his newly-acquired liberties.
In all these respects he is sure to
never vield to
and the Germans will soon discov
er that the advantage previously
given to the Southern States by
adding three-fifth of the slave pop
ulation to the whole number of free
persons in fixing the apportion
ment for representation and direct
taxes, is exactly two-fifths less than
the political advantage which the
Puritan Yankees will derive from
the free negroes. They will ab
sorb their whole on every question
of .popular liberty, independence
of mind and nntramelled progress.
They will make use of the negro
vote whenever they please to crush
the Germans in the same as they
have crushed he white men in the
South. The Germans are to be
thus rewarded for services render
ed to Xew England in the war.
St. tout's Republican.
Tun Importance of Learxixc.
a Trade. Why is it- that there is
such a repugnance on the part of
parents to putting their sons to a
trade? A skilled mechanic is an
independent man. Go where he
will, his craft will give him support,
lie need ask fovors of none. lie
has, literally, his fortune in his own
hands. Yet foolish parents, ambi
tious that their sons should" rise
in tlft world," as they say, are more
willing that they should study for
a profession, with the chances of
even moderate success heavily
against them, or run the risk of
spending their manhood in the
ignoble task of retailing dry-goods,
or toiling laboriously at the account
ant's desk, than learn a trade which
$ould bring them manly strength,
health, and independence. In point
of fact, the method they choose is
the one least likelv to achieve the
advancement aimed- at ; for the
supply of candidates for positions
as "errand-boys," and kindred occu
pations, is notoriously over stocked,
while, on the other hand, the de
mand for really skilled mechanics,
of every description, is as notori
ously beyond supply. The crying
need of this country to-day is for
skilled labor; and that tha't father
who neglects to provide his son
witil a uema uaue, ana to see ttiat
he thoroiiguiv masters it, does him !
a grievous wfng, and runs the
risk of helping, by so much, to in
crease the stock of idle and depend
ent,Gif not vicious, members of
It is stated in the report of the
Prison Association, lately issued,
that of 14,590 prisoners confined
in the penitentiaries of :0 States,
in 'GT 77 per cent., or over 10,000
of the number, had never learned
a trade. The fact conveys a lesson
of profound interest to those who
have in charge the training of boys,
and girls, too, for the active duties
ot life. -Ua.nnfacturcr and JL
ment ol the people among w nom , characU.r nmI fwli Gf another,
they live; the views of right and hmvcvcl. is1ie(1, is at bottom on
state upon which the German Kad- iliaU1 aml Billinssjjate. It is
icalshave built their political cieed;r - IirrP11f.
Doinu Things with Brains.
The painter Opie was once asked
hy a pujnl of the Koyal Academy,
"Prav, -Mr. Opie, how lo you mix
vour colors ?" " With brains sir,"
7, OfTior men mmht
hayQ rone an elaborate account
of the process, but this would have
left the real secret unexplained at
last: so 3Ir. Opie struck down in
to the very root of the matter
when he replied, "With brains
sir." Brains are needed, not only
to "mix colors well, but every tiling
else which makes up life. With a
real man at the end of them, they
aie for everything the best tools in
in the world. -Mix everything
with barins and brains with every
thing. Doinr so lias given the
-nri7 evcrvthin'JT it has worth
ith wliat we do makes the differ-
cncc Letween one man and another;
i)0tw-eei a Newton and an idiot
a Raphael and
for wit. It is often an effective
weapon in the hands of pot-house
politicians; and it would be well if
it could be confined to their use.
Every one knows that y it the
honor and peace of individuals,
families, and communities have
over and over again been destroy
ed. The ancients punished it as a
crime. We learn from a fragment
of Cicero that the liomans punish
ed it by death. Under the Em
peror Valentinian it was a capital
offense, not only to write or retail
libel, but even not to burn or tear
it up when it came into any one's
hands by chance.
Yl ETl'RXED TO OltECiOX. We
learn that Janathan liiggs of Lane
county, Garrett liiggs, of Polk
county, and their families, have
come overland, with teams, deter
mined to make their future resi
dence in Oregon. Capt. L. X.
English and above named left here
two yars ago determined to reach
South America and make a settle
ment in the Argentine Republic.
They seem to have changed their
destination and to have gone to
San Diego, Cab, and being disgust
ed with the prospects there have
come back to Oregon, a country
which, in their opinion, viewed by
the light of experience, is good
enough for anyboby, -and a long
ways better and more reliable than
California. OJd Capt. English has
remained at San Diego, where he
has acquired property and is doing
well. ti itaman.
Xew Postal Agkxt. While
Jasper W. Johnson was i;i town
the other day, the discussion of a
little affair that was said to have
occurred on a trip down, led to the
disclosure of the fact that he was
traveling through the State upon
a pass signed hy James 15. Under
wood, Special Agent, who certifies
that he is engaged on business con
nected with the Post Office De
partment. All we have to sav on
the subject is, that if. the exigen
cies of the mail service require the
Department to employ an agent to
make stump speeches, it would be
advisable to procure the services
of some person with more sense
and discretion thin Jasper. in
dealer. Democratic Plsitform.
ADOPTED AT ALBANY, M.VKC'H 23, 1870.
1. That we are unalterably attached
to the principles of our Republic as ex
pounded by its founders, and the para
mount object of their organization shall
ever be to uphold and maintain those
principles inviolate. ?
2. That we hold those political parti
sans, who. occupying positions of trust,
claiming to be representatives of the peo
ple, have usurped the authority conlided
to them, maliciously trampled under foot
our sacred bill of rights, made civil law
subordinate to military rule, perverted the
functions of Government, and endeavor
ed to concentrate its powers in the hands
of an oligarchy, wholly disregarded the
will and wishes of their constituents, and
insidiously endeavored to disparage, de
base and stigmatize the once proud title
ot American citizenship, as enemies to the
t interests or
common weal in.
:;. That the so-called reconstruction
measures attempted !o be carried out by
the present party in power is a nefarious
scheme, revolutionary in design, treason
able hi execution, one which if acquiesced
iu as a rightful exercise of authority will
establish a most dangerous nrecedent and
imperil the safety an 1 -prosperity
i - -
rorm oi govermui nt. aid that the present
Senators in the Congress of the United
States from this State in supporting those
measures have misrepresented the wishes
and omraged the seutimeiits of the
pie of Oregon
i. mat toe systematic efforts made bv
that party to extend to the African, the
Indian, and the Chinamen all the civil and
political rights and privileges enjoved by
tue white race, evinces a design Gn the
part of its leaders to destroy thZ hi-h esti
mate placed upon that invaluable heritage
and render despotism less objectionable
and more easy of accomplishment
J. ut-m liiu lUl.UtatlOU Ot
proposeu amendment to th
ui tue tuud otuies exteiuluur the viht
of suffrage to the benighted"negro and
Indian, and winch opens the doo'r for its
enjoyment to the heathenish Chinaman
irregular, arbitrary and unlawful, and we
st earmvstlv pratost aain-st j
bv the United States Coptic, e S
uoxtous and illegal provision. " "
0. 1 iiat we urge and
the recent treaty concluded' between the '
7rmt,.,I States and China which guarantees
to the latter nation such extensive privi
leges and immunities without orrespoml
in r benefits to American citizen?, and o -fcrs
to its hordes of semi barbarians such
favorable inducements iuaa..u
mineral and agricultural dis-
J Vrittv competition with our labor
ixnn n .111 r
in-maws, establishing immoral pursuits.
dissriHting rites.ceremonies and practices in
our towns.discourages and repels the immi-p-ration
of our own race, decrease the white
population, retards thrilt, impedes the
advancement of education and enlighten
men tibstracts from our resources and send
away our valuable mineral wealth, and de
moralizes and apostatizes our community
and we resolve that a party who will sus
tain a policy so unwise, ruinous and ruth
less as that which upholds such an infa
mous bargain, is unworthy the support of
7. That in the management of municipal
affairs we urge a judicious application of
the principles of sound political economy :
a laudible encouragement to airriculturul,
mineral, manufacturing and commercial
interests: a just and equitable protection
to the labor aud capitalist and the faithful
exercise of a system of rigid retrenchment;
that the government should be adminis
tered for the people and not against them,
in protecting their rights and interest and
not in fostering monopolies to prey upon
them and despoil them of their substance ;
that a system of taxation which has for its
object the establisment of privileged
orders under the Government, either by
pretering one class to another or by im
posing grievous burthens upon the tax
payers, while conferring favors, exemp
tions and immunities upon the holders of
Government securites deserves n other
name than legalized public plunder.
S. That the continual payment of the
semi-annual interest on the bonded debt of
the United States without abatement, to
gether with other enormous expenses tor
which the people aie taxed, make a bur
den too intolerable to Ajq borne without
an effort to find some speedy means of re
lief ; that the amount of the bonded debt
was increased more than two-fold by the
venal, illegal and unjustifible terms of
its contraction, and there is neither jus
tice or wisdom in the repeated payment
of the principal by the continued pay
ment of" the interest; that it is no part of
good policy or good government to em
barrass the energies of labor and all bus
iness enterprises by excessive and oppres
sive taxation for the exclusive benefit of
a combination of untaxed capital; that
to relieve the country and to restore pros
perity we favor an equitable adjustment
of the bonded debt of the United States.
9. That the desire of the present Con
gress, as manifested by the proceedings,
to secure to the wealthy bondholders pay
ment in coin on account of indebtedness
growing out of loans to the United States,
of Treasury note? when worth less than
one-half their coin value, after the hold
ers thereof have received exorbitant in
terest thereon, and at the same time leav
ing the tensions due unfortunate soldiers,
their wives, children or other kindred to
be paid in a depreciated currency, exhib
its a spirit of injustice unsurpassed in the
history of class legislation and fully de
monstrates the existence of a design on
the part of the monyed aristocracy of the
country to influence t he establishment of
a policy favoring the aggrandizement of
the rich at the expense of the poor : a
policy which has for its object the aggre
gation of wealth, opulence and power on
the one hand, and misery, poverty and
slavery on the other ; a policy fitted only
to a monai chical form of government.
10. That the Democracy of this State
now. as heretofore, are strenuous advo
cates of a tariff for purposes of revenue
only; that the principle of protection for
the sake of protection is at war with the
diversified interests of the people of the
States, and experience has shown its ten
dency to aggrandize a class ia the com
munity at the expense and to the injury of
the producing and laboring millions, tax
ing their industry equally, in violation of
the authority of the Constitution, and of
the great principles that should govern
this people in their intercourse with the
family of nations.
11. That we favor the adoption of an
amendment to the Constitution of the Uni
States, recinding the 11th and loth
12. That we are in favor of a liberal
policy being pursued by the Legislature
of this State, in the bestowal of the land
grants to her for the purpose of public
13. That the Governor and resigning
members of the Legislature, in engaging
in a conspiracy to overthrow the State
government, collect large amounts of coin
as revenue, to be drawn from the business
and hard earnings of the people, to be
idle in the treasury, or to be the subjects
of gambling speculations in warrants,
bonds aud other securities, were guilty of
a high crime against the Government of
Oregon, rendering them unworthy the re
spect and confidence of the people or of
being further entrusted with the adminis
tration of the government; and while we
thus condemn the action of the Governor
and resigning members, we unhesitating
ly approve and endorse the conduct of the
Democratic members in earnestly and
faithfully striving to restore and maintain
the organization of the Legislature, and
provide for the due administration of the
JEW COLOIIilAX HOTEL.
Cor. FRONT and MORRISON" Sts
KT The most Comfortable Hotel in the
City. IJoard and Lodging, from one to two
dolhirs per day, according to rooms occupied.
Free Coach tonml from the house.
vtf ) . EDWARD CARNEY, Proprietor.
Q HADES SALOON.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIS STREET, Oregon City.
Bt BILLIARD TABLES in 0REGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites tiie attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to tlmm.
T 11 E Ji A It I S S UP P EI ED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cigar-. Scotch. Irish and Dourbon already
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
S. D. SMITH. Geo. B. COOK.
Cor. First and Morrison Streets.
Messrs. Smith A- Cook have taken this
wed known House, refitted and refurnisheh
i it throughout, built a lame addition, makin
thirty more pleasant rooms, enlarged the
dining and sitting room, making it by far
the best Hotel in Portland. A oal! from the
traveling pub'ic will satisfy them that the
above statements are true.
SMITH COOK, Proprietors.
N. B. Hot and cold baths attached. 40 tf
II. C. MYERS.
J". MYERS & BRO.,
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREtrOX CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
ISOOTS & SHOES,
If USD WARE,
We also constantly keep on hand
SALEM CASSIJIERES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we will sell at the Factory Prices,
aud will take wool iu exchange.
2We will also pay the highest price for
Butter, Eggs, and all kinds of good country
produce. We will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
meridian table produce.
JS3 Give us a call and satisfy yourselves.
Watches! Rich Jewelry!
And Silverware !
II. Ii. STON13,
Watches Jewelry !
107 Front Street. Portland, Oregon.
Would invite the attention of his friends
and the public to his Lnrge and Choice as
sortment of FINE WATCHES, from the
most celebrated makers of E. Howard & Co.
lloston ; ApeLon & Tracey, P. S. IJartiett,
Wallham, Mass.; Elgin 'Watches; Jacot's
Self-winding Watches; English Watches and
others. Also, a well selectvd stock of ladies
Watches, of all description and styles, which
he would ha pleased to show to all who may
favor him with a call.
FINE JEAVELRY ami SOLID SILVER
I VA II E, E A X O Y A R TI UI ES,
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY
Gold and Silver Watches, of different ma
kers. Diamond Pins, Ear rings, and Finger
rings. Gold Bracelets. Gold Chatelain
Guard? and Watch Chains. Gold Necklaces
Armlets, Crosses and Lockets. Gold breast
pins, Ear rings, and Finger-rings. Gold
Chanis and Key. California Gold Rings
and Roll rues' Patent IJuckels.
Moss Agate Setts. Rings end Cuff TJnttons.
Wedding l ings made of pure gold, expressly
for that purpose. Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Opera and Marine Glasses, Pebble Specta
cles and Eye-glasses. Solid Silver Napkin
Rings. Silver Fruit and Butter Knives
Solid Silver Table and Tea Spoons, llegul.i
tors, Seth Thomas Clocks, Marine Clocks,
Gilt Galley Clocks, etc.
All the above articles sold Cheap for
Gush, and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairinc and
adjusting of Chronometcis, Duplex and Amer
B. L. STONE.
3.tf 107 Front street, Portland, Oregon.
Savier, LaKoque & Co.,
fTS-Keep constantly on hand fm sale. Hour
Midlings, liran and Chicken Feed. Parties
parching feed must furnish the sacks.
JOHN II. SCII RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
-kjs etc., etc.,
Main Slctt, Oregon City,
3" Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish ari' article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State. He
particularly requests that an examination of
111s stocK be made before buying elsewhere.
JOHN F. BIILLER,
Surcestor to J. F. MI RLE IIS,- Co.,
M A X U FACT 17 U E It OF AXD DEALER IX
Hoots stB&ri ltocs !
At the Oregon Cihi Boot and Shoe
Store, Main street.
TIIE BEST SELECTION
Of Ladies', Gents', Boys', a-nd Children's
Coots and Shoes, on baud or made to order.
QRAAl, WILLIS & Co.,
LIVERY. FEED AND SALE
fS 327' EL-
OREO ON CITY, OREGON.
Having recently added to the Liverv Stock
new Carriages, Buggies and Horses, are now
prepared at all times to let the same, at reas
onable rates. Horses bought and sold, or
kept by the day or week.
HEXRY I1U J3BEL,
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public, that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
JOHN 3L BACON,
Importer and Dealer in
TS1Z GZS CCD 2 . Ja 9
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY. Ac, &c,
Orpgon City, Oregon.
At Charman 5 Warner's old tind, lately oc
cupied by S. Ackerman, Main street.
WHEN THE BELL RINGS
LOOK OUT FOB, THE LOCOMOTIVE.
Now is the Time to Buy your Goods !
While they are going Cheap !
Having purchased the entire Stock of Goods, fixtures, etc.
of Messrs. Jacob & Brother, and moved into the stand lately
occupied by that firm, I am now better prepared than ever to
attend to the wants of my customers, and having a double
amount of very desirable goods on hand, I have decided to
Sell off at Cost for the next Sixty Days, in order to reduce
the stock. In order that all may rest assured of this fact I
ask you to call and satisfy yourself. My stock consists, in part
of the following articles :
LADIES I)UP:SS GOODS. BALMORALS, IIATS o.f various descriptions;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sacks ;
KID GLOVES, best quality ;
BROWN AND BLEACH! :n VUSLINS. all widths :
BOOTS AND SIB) ! : : ; . S AND CAPS : CLOTHING :
FINE BLACK DRESS SLITS ;
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS ;
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities.
33- A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY' all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a large stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
DOOHS AND WINDOWS.
73- All kinds of Produce Bought-fl ,1i?RAGS WANTED
Near Morrison Sireet. Near Yamhill.
EAST & CAHALIW.
Eew Stock of Eoots and Shoes
Best Selection in the City
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Benkert's, Tirrell's, Fogg's,
Houghton & Coolidge's. Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of gents' and bows'
wear. .Also .Miles, tMeoerlieh s, Hurt s,
I l ,
San I rancisco and custom-made
Our customers and the public in general ut.,on. as B-ircctor of the orks, whose ex
are invited to call and examine our stock, penence on tms coast for fit teen years cives
which we will sell cheaper than ever. i '!" a .!horoj,rh knowledge of the various
P. .S. Jioots made to order, and an assort-
merit ot our make constautlv on baud.
- 7'" - ii.r.-j
will dispatch their steamers
FROM OREGON CITY
FOR PORTLAND :
At 7 A. M., every day, except Sunday.
And 1 P. JL, every d;iy.
For Salem, Albany and Corvallis :
ON MONDAY. TUESDAY. THURSDAY,
AND FRIDAY, at 7 o'clock A. M.,
And for Dayton :
ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, & FRIDAY,
f each week.
A. A. McCULLY, President.
Nov. 27th, lSG'.t. f-iO.tf
Harvest oi 1869 ! !
Selling off to Close Lusiness,
And no HUMBUG!
3" Cm S Z
J3COT3 AND SHOES,
Mens' Ladies, Misses' and Chilurens'
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass snd Plated
Ware, Paints, Gils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
lias got to be sold
Regardless of Price!
t2L. To convince yourself with re.peet to
this matter, call at the old corner.
South of I ope Co& Tin, Store,
Wm. Earlow & Co,, Proprietors.
Ilaving leased the above narrieil
Hotel, for the term of one vear . p w,.,,!
to the pubiic, come on, we are readv for vou
and will accommodate you to the best of our
ablIltr- An;rust 51.-tf
IRON WORKS COMPANY !
And Boiler Euilders !
fTrBBaer" a orth I rout andE sts..
rpiIESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
X bank of the river, one block nnrlh of
p, ,'., H'l f 1 1 r
r"1"-'1 0 " nae lacuuies lor turn-
i ing out machinery promptly and efficiently.
I "We have secured the services of Mr. John
! 'l4" wining ana
nulling purposes. e are prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
uuia-i vuiK5, sucu as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING FUMIS ! !
&C, &C, &C.
ManvfitHwre and Repair Machinery of all
lind. IE OX SHUTTER WORK at San
Frahcixcn coat and frei'jht. Wheeler d' Rat
dulUs Patent Grinder and Amaleamator.
innars and Ste van's Self Adjustina Patent
rixtim Fad ing, either 'applied to old or new
strain cylinders. Qaartz Stampers, Shoes and
dies, if the best hard iron, 3;y
C If. 31 V 11
PLU31RLG, GAS & STEAM
Xo. 110 First Sticet.
JUST RECEIVED, per
From the celebrated Factory of
Messrs. Iium.-ey & Co.. ScLenectedv.
TUMPS OF ENTIRELY NEW PAT-
ii"1'1) i'CMun on itf, 'inisn, and
23 V(nnmr S 11 PRR ( I? TO A W 1
IN THIS MARKET, Comprising:
All sizes for lead or iron pipe
All sizes " "
CASE AND SIDE FORCE PUMPS
Efeja ) All sizes fr lead or iron nine
E ) ENGINE WELL PUMI'S, '
or deep wells ;
Y A R D W E LT, PUMPS,
AMALGAM REELS, for Steamboats,
Factories. Churches, etc.
POINTS, for Drive wells;
Hotels, public buildings, and private resi
de nces heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens generally to call and ex
amine my stock, which has been selected
with great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
C II. MYERS.
110 Front street, Poitland, Oregon
CH AS. DODGE . .CJJAS. E. CALEF. .GEO. W. SXELL.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DEUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARXISIIES, BRUSHES, PAIXTEES
Materials, ana urvfjgUU Sunaries.
)7 Front Street,
Y ILLAMETTE NURSERY.
Season of 180970.
G. W. WALLING k Co. would callff
the attention of the public to their laro-e--C.
and well assorted stock of fine fruit trees and
r! Iin iWm'm!'? f choice varieties of
LI1LURIE.S, PLUMs, PEARS
APRICOTS, PEACHES, NUTS
Persons desirous of purchasing trees
should call and examine our stock, which is
the largest ard best in theState
Orders (with the ca,h)sent to the Nursery
will be prompely filled and forwa ded.
KS-Extiacare taken in parkins Trets
Address all orders to
G. W. WALLING A- Co
45tf Oswego. CTacka mas Cmmtv O
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JAS. K. KELLY, J. n. EEEn i
Itesidenne, Columbia st I Rf girience corni '
bet. 2d and 3d sts. Columbia and 7ti,
Jas. K. Kelly nnd J. II. Reed, under tl "
firm name ot
KELLY & IiEED,
Will practice Jaw in the Courts of Ort.
Ofhce on First street, near Alder, ovtf.
new Postyfh'ce room, Portland.
Attorney and Counselor a$ La
Office Under the United States
Court Room. Frout street. 4
pAGE & THAYER, C
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE In Cree's Building, coring
Fiont and Stark streets, Portland. ;C
J. F. CAPLEP. O J C. MOREU.W
CAPLES & MOIt ELAND,
3 ATTOBJiEYS AT LAW,
Cvr. FRONT and IV A SUING TON St,
Logan, Shattuck & Killin,
Attorneys law, o
No. lOO Front Street, Up Stairs,
PO RTL A N P, O R EC 0 N.
JUGENE A. CllONIN,
A TTOBXEY A T LA v
Booms 7 and 8 Carter's Block, ' -4R.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OREGON CITY. OREGON
J. JI. MITCHELL. J. X. COLFH. A. SK
Mitchell, Dolph & Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at La
Solicitors in Chancery, and Proc
tors in Admiralty .
Office cer the old Post Office, Frc
street, Portland, Oregon.
A. C. GIBBS. C. W. PAERISH.
Notary Publie and Com. of bf
GIBBS & PAERISH,
Attorneys and Counselors at Let
OFFICE On Alder street, in Cage
OIL - CLOTHS,
PAPER - HANGINGS,
LACE -CURTAI IIS, &c, &c
We Would Call the attention of par
ties fitting up houses, or leing in
need of Anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
ONE OF TIIE COXQLSTFST
0 the Faciilc C-oasl!
Ow Goods being specially selected at
th Factories in England andJte
Eastern States, we can sell
AT TIIE LOWEST
No. S9 Front street, between Alder
and Washington, Portland Oregcfn
FRONT St., PORTLAND.
. J. B. SPRENGER, Proprietor.
The Proprietors of this well knowti Honse
having superior accommodations, guarantie
entire satisfaction to all guests. 0
ttS, The Hotel Coach will be ft attendance
to convey passengers and baggage to nnd
from the Hotel, free of charge. (4t'tl
Office Oregon and California Stage Co.
Jacob Stitzel. James B. Unox
ST IT ZE L & UPTON,
Heal Ealate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
Wash trig ton streets,
Will attend to theale and pnrehnse
of Iteal Estate in all paTts of the City ard
State. Special attention given-to the sale of
East Portland property.
Address P. O. Pox 4C2. Portland. Oregon.
STJTZEL t UPTON,
1 9 t f ) Real Estate Brokers.
No. 109 FRONT STREET,
V,lt!ealpr 5n CLOCKS, WATCHES. AND
JEW LEERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox
Gibhs Letter "G" Sewing Machines, which
are now being sold singly at cost, or whole
sale less than cost. Other goods at greatly
reduced rates. (lo.tf
ISAAC FARR. p. D. M0PRISI
JTARR & MORRISS,
FOR OREGON CITY AND VICINITY.
i7 Will deliver to their patrons all the
best qualities of Stall Fed Beef, also Mutton,
Pork, Poultry etc., as usual twice a week, on &
Tuesdays and Saturdays !
Thankful tor past favors of the public would
respectfully asks a continuance of the same.
JOB Pit TlXti NEATLY EXEtl'T'
ed at the ENTERPRISE OFFICE-
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