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TOWS ASD COUNTY.
Tlie rtf at Citgon City.
I5v reference to our advertising columns
il will be seen that the arrangements are
'complete for a grand Fourth of July cele-
.,.i,m Sn ihis citv. At sunrise there will
he a salute
thirteen guns nretl ; tlie
..s.i,,!! is to form at, 10 o clock m the
order set forth in the programme, in which
'-vMl be the National flig. music. Fire De
partment, the county and city officers, a
Inl'endid liberty car, and ciriz-ns on hor.se
b ick. &c. At ihe Maud the exercises will
be r,')ne"thr( iigh with as published in the
ir.,Trnifii!ne. alter whi-.-h a picnic dinner,
-'.vervbody bring h dr b t!a t) will be
mrtaken of. In the evening, the Firemen
of this place propose to have a grand ball
at M vets' Hall. Persons from abroad
vi'l have the opportunity to come to Ore
gon Cnv at h tW It re. as the Kailroad and
'f. T. Comp iriie have generou-ly reduced
the fire for the occasion. Tle contractor
on the Locks, proposes to have one hun
dred and twenty live blasts ready to be
set off during the day. Some of these dis-'c!ia-g
-s will be tetTi!!i i. as the holes are
to be twenty- six feet deep. Ve hope to
'e a general turnout, and let us have a
, celebration that will i.dlect credit on our
'town. The various committees are per
forming their duty, and it remains wiih
the citizens to male it a success. " ocal
'ViUsic will be furnished by the Glee Club,
nnder ihe charge of Kev. J. W- Sellwood.
assisted by ail the musical talent of our
'citv. There can he no such a thing as mak
ing" failure of this cekbra'iun. andill
who may attend wii! be amply rewarded .
Gr.AV.ME!: School. The examination of
the pupils at the Garmmar School, under
'charge of Prof. S. I. Vope. assisted - by
Miss Mollie Harlow, took place yesterday.
Quite a number of our citizens were pres
ent and the classes pa-sed a very cred
itable examination, showing a masked im
provemmt during the term. This school
was opened less than a year ago. vet it
ii is been a paying institute from its corn
mccement and promises to be a permanent
ins'iuition. The average attendance dur
ing the term was o2: w hole number en
rolled ."7. There will be a vacation of
about a monih. when the second year will
commence. We hope this institution may
increase and prosper as it grows older.
Ai'i'iiiMMKMS.-- .Mr. L. L. Pi'stow,
Grand Mister of the I. O. O. F., lelt
'Eugene City yestetday to make an ofJici'-l
visit to the various Lodges in the whole
jurisdiction, including Oregon. Washinj"
'4on ami Idaho Territories. We are in"
formed (hat he expects to visit all Ihe
Lodges. The following are his appoint
ments as far as made ; I la nit mi Lodge No
7. at. Corral lis. July l;h : A I ban v. Jul v
5th : Buena Yi-;-. tin 5ih : Diih-s theKh; j
'c.Minville. the 1 lt!i ; Dayton, the 12:h;j
Oregon Ci'y. ThHrsday. the l.'5;!i ; La fay-
ette. 'he 1 4 T 1 1 ; Fa-t Pottliiid. the loth, j
It is hoped that the members will attend j
iu In 1 t ree at these appoin linen's. At j
I'ortltrid. t'ne Grand M s:er exjiects to be j
;oiaeU oy ocn: 1 Wariea. .. j . Jialsnail
wli- expects to accompany him.
New. 'Ve h-.
ti.-ement of Mess!
Pi o zman
Co.. ot Por l -itid. in out
text issue. This
Ts the la'rgest aud best boot and shoe store
iu Oreejoii. an.l tiiey have everything in
their line ft j'i f cn may desire, besides
they have eonneciel vv;:!i ihi.-ir ' establish
then t the Pioneer 11 ot and Shoe Factory,
under the charge of one o! the best work
in an in the Crated States who has lately
arrived and lake 1 charge of that" branch
ot their business. Pernios go ing 10 Port
I ind to bay bo.es or slioes. should not tad
t give ihem a call. Their store is on ihe
couier of Fiit an ! Morrison streets, oppo
si e the Occidental Hotel. Their prices
M ill suit i:tr.;tiasel
Tin-: Ex. 1 no:.'. l'he ex nibit ion last
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, by the
pupils of the 'Oregon City Seminary, was
well attended and pissed off very credit
ably 10 all concerned. Some of ihe per
fumers deserve special mention for the
excellent in inner 1 hey pe"lbt tiled their
p . i ts. but as we were unable to Witness
the perform mce ot both evenings, v.e for
bear mentioning names.
o:-' Ks'niKit. We ac-
t ol a cotiiplimentary
Prof. Mci'i ibenev's
which cam-- off last Tuesday and last j
night at the Ori Fiuo Tiiea'cr. in Portland,
. 1 . . 1 . . . . . ... ... 1
ana ine i-si 10 come o:r to r-.orrow even
ing. We are informed that I ids is the
richest musical treat ever piesented to an
Ort go 11 audience.
Ax I.utvNT iNT .Motion. The Heral l of
the -.'.";h iiisb. says that a motion lor an in- j
iunction and the aopolndneut of a receiver '
in the muter of Nightengale and others 1
against Ihe East Sale and California and j
Oregon Railroad Companies will be ar- i
gued before Judge Deudy on Moi-day
I'KTt KKs. A special train went tip j
last Saturday, having on board Carl Eosco. j
operator for Mi. J. Euchtel, of Portland, i
railing views of tr.e f-cenery along the
Voa 1. We are iulormed that some ol these
views are teai'y b.-auiii'ul. They are
taken for the impose of sending thtin to
the East and Europe.
Onvroit. The Committee on Orator lias
secured the services of Hon. J. F. Capies.
of Portland, to deliver the Fourth of July
oration. Mr. Capies is one of the bes;
and ablest speakers in the State and it
v-ill be a treat for our citizens to hear him.
Eel all attend next Tuesdav
Heavy E lasts. The contractor of the
Locks at this place Mr. Moriis, proposts
to let off about 120 blasts next Tuesday,
in honor o! our National Anniversary.
The holes will be drilled about twenty
six feet, and no doubt will make a ler
Eall. The Firemen of this city pro
to give a grand ball on the evening ot the
-Eh. Let everybody attend who wishes
to have a good time. The boys know
how to get up a good ball ; and on lliis
occasion thev propose to outdo their best
Wauoxs. - We learn that Dave. Smith,
of this ciir. has sold .2. odd worth of Ins
celebrated Oregon City Wagons. They
are equal to anything either m uie in Ore
gon or imported, if not superior.
IIai.k Fa uk. The P. T. Company ar.d
Kailroad Company will bring passengers
who may desire to attend the celebration
in this city, at half fare from any part of
MtETlNu. '1 he General Committee and
the Chairmen "a of all sub Ci mmittees
will meet this evening at the Court House.
o'clock. Let there be a punctual at-
-The Grammar school, under
charge ot Prof. b. I). Pone, and in,.
Seminary J. D. Eobb. Principal, closed
this week for the suuiairr vacation.
A other Lkk DEAP.-Charles Carter
; eldest fon of "Lizh
cht Horse" Harrv
Lee. of Kevblwtiotnry fame. "and the last
surviving brother of the late ex-Conl'eder-r.te
General ft. E. Lee, divl at his re?i
dence in Powhatan county, Virginia, on
the 21st of April. The three Lee brothers
hare passed away within a short period
of time. Cnptain Sm'::h Lee formerly' of
the United States Navy, died in Auo-sl
lb(!) ; General R. E. Lee. in October 1670
and Charles Carter Lee in April 1S71
The lamiiy has left an enduring imp-es
upon the history of the nation. The fa
ther, eminent an a eoidier in the war of
Independence, was no less eminent as an
orator and statesman. II pronounced
th? oration in Congress on the death ot
HashutLtm. in which occurs the oft-quoted
sentence. "First in war ; first in peace,
and hrt in the hearts of his co!i:itrym..n '
in.- ivtiris io uie son woo h
i r i . i i
lis just died
vwuteiue latter was a student
Y , '
-onre. are models of epistolary litera- !
nne. ji u;s cuiiaten. uobert E. L
ue most prominent id m, tn .v,,
annals of the time, but both Smith Lee
and Char les Carter Lee were men of mark
and were profoundly respected in their
Ocn Coming EMPKitoit. We published
yesterday a telegram . touching 'a report
winch had obtained credence in New
mk. says the Emuvmr. and caused no
little excitement, that negotiations are
now going on for the union in marriage of
Frederick I). Grant. eUVst son and heir
apparent to his Royal Highness Ulysses
the First, and Beatrice, youngest daugh
ter of Queen Vic'oria. Grunt is evidently
looking forward to sieze the Government
with violent hands in case the people re
pudiate him. and this royal alliance is de
signed to lay the foundation for Jhiikh
; a d in the way of war steamers. Grant's
i anxiety to have Sheridan elected to sne
j oeed Logan us Commander of the Grand
j Army of the Republic so that he might
1 h ive the backing of that secret organiza-
ion in his coup . To show the men
I tal caiiiber ,,f the heir apparent, the
j Washington correspondent of the Cincin
nati (JizWe. an Adniitiistration paper.
says that Cadet Frederick D. Grant has
the ! i ilt ge of having one year's study
over and above the time allowed, and as
the result of this advantage stands thirty
ninth in a class oT forty one members.
One of our CalLurnia exchanges has the
The celebrated Radical E publican-Moi-al-Granr-Anti
Kn- Klux- God- fearing
Wh:te kid-and sillc-i,tocking party yester
day demonstrated its extreme respectabil
ity and regard for law and order.
Acckitkd tub -Sitcatiox." The Dem-
ncsatic t onvention of California . adopted !
the Ohio platform and accepts the situa- i
After the election they will be
l ot it. and will have to accept a
Corxiat Stom; -ihe
the corner stone of
e. af Portland, was
laid wiih appropriate ceremonies y ester
KD. The time of arrival an 1 de
ol trie mails from this place has
ag.5n been changed. They now leave
le-re (or the north in the morning. 1, ):'.' ).
and for the south : o'clock in the afternoon
It will be in order io have a change again
Will, C1.0.SK. The business houses of
this city will be closed on Mie ph of Julv.
Mkhitkd Di-TiNcno.v. -The well-known
tiro ton .Eviction, on the gruat thor -ughlare
o. :iie Nai t em Line- to Koston. has censed
to he W')U -ilai-ire a ii-cieasm p .pul.ition,
proud as well as prospe on , its citiz--n. in
Ili.iSS meeting assembled, have vo-nd to
ti.e name of fin
to.vii to 'AVKlt '
-iiii'i 11 a- oi ine Os st Ki.ow.i iivn m .n.. riea.
a- of the b. st
I'r. J. ('. ykk, of Lo.vill and ti.e legs a
ture f Massachusetts has disced that deci
slon ii.t-i law. We i-otn mend ihejr c: o ce.
lor not oniv is the name sliort anil di.-tine-
the, but I t . Ay mt's
1! gratefully Kinwu to t!ie ends of the ei'ith.
Pio!.ibly no living tnan lois carried relief to
such c uinth'ss muititivU's of the rick as lie,
and tl.i- Ingh !ni r, i--n n his neighbors,
tells the es;i nation in whi.-h he is held by
those who know h iui. Iri.-tn, '1 imis.
Dead men tell n . titles: if they did,
anathemas against tie- depl- ing line t. Uie
drastic purge, a d the terrible slivants of
the matt ria meni a. would arise f ..m every
graveyard. Ti.e Motta of tmidervi medical
scinece is " 1 '1 et-rve ami 'n'af' not df
stnrj,'' and no nMiiedy of our dav is s0 en
tirely in harmony with this philanthropic
leg e as Pit. Wai.kkii's Vi.oktahi.;-: Vixi.otii
Ib ri Eus. In ti.is poweiful, yet harmless i e
ftorative, dy .epsia, bil. anise mplaints and
at; d sea ses oi' the stem e,:h. 1 v. r, bowels and
nerves, eiieonnter an irrcsist i .le a el id -de.
j The worst. Coughs yield, as if by m;u;c,
j t the; won 1 rt'u. curative p overs of
i ot Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ex-, or Cid len Medical
i Pisco very. It also .surpasses any thing el-e
i ever b -f-re discovered tor the cur oTPim
! pies, Dl .tebes and b'a!ies on the fi'-e; also,
j tor Erysipelas, Salt Itheuui, and a! Skin and
i Scrotuluus diseases. Sold by drusrgistj.
"We have no hesitation in 1 (-commending
to our renders Hall's Vegetable Scidian Hair
lienewer as a M.r cure tor damlruil', and to
rest . re the natural color ot the hair.
In this c fy. Ju-e 2fth, to Lewis a: d Sarah
Sli--eaberg. a Daughter.
In this city, June 2stii, to the wife of W
Cary Johnsjn, a Son.
A C'Iii; r of ttt .
Space is valuable in a newspaper, a:;d it
is therefore proposed in thus advertisement
to cocdense a variety of facts, ltnpoitant to
th public, into a small compass. Th ).-e
facts refer to Hosstef ter's Stomach Putters
what that celebrated medr ine is, mid w'-at
It will do. In the firs lace, then, the article
is a 5-tiu u'aat, tonic and alternative, con
sisting of a cmihination of an ab o'u ely
pure spintu'.us agent with the most, valuable
medicinal vegetable substances that botanic
j research has placed at the d s.-osal of the
j chemist and the physician. These ingredl
! ents are compounded with great care, and in
! such pi oporti: ns as to produce a prepcration
j which invigorates without exciting the geu
! end system, and tones, regulates ar:d c n
j trolsthe smmat-h, the. bowels, the liver, and
the minor s.-cie ivc- o-gans.
What this jrtcat re-torative will do mast
he gathered lr.,m ,vil;tt jt , s (oMe Ti,e
caseot dwspep-ia. or anv other bum of m-d:g-:tsot,,
in which dims been ne,S:stenitv
admini-U re.i n idi ut ,-ITecting a radical cure,
is yet to be ueard f,o;, and lie sane mav
be sa.d o. b ihou dsorders, inte, mitten't
fever, rervous aife t.ns. g.ner.d debility,
const. ,.i 10 ., s.ck headache, mental et.saiub
ties to which the. teel.le are so -u j,.cr rt
p-irinesallthe fluids of the bodv. nTclu'd,.,
the bloou. and t:.e geat e stimulo.ts whi. ii
it imparts to the nervous stst.-m is not s n
cted.d by the slightest reaction. Th s is a
chapter of facts which readeis. t-ir their
e.vvn sakes, should mat k arid remember."
Ilcljet t si IJegrce Lotlge Xn. y, J. p,
CG Jleeton the Second and Fourth
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in O Id Fellows
Hall.. .Members of the Degree ate invited to
attend. Cy order of X. (i.
Yill:i!ne t e f;t!gc o. 13 I. O v
Meets every Saturday evening, at the roo s
S.E. corner of Mum and Filth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. isiting members are invited c
attend. By order of Y. C. T.
NOTARY PEBLTC. LNTFRrRISE OFncr
Oregon C ty, ,Ta:i.i3:-t "
Conoral Agents Wanted.
A well-e-Ublished knS prosperous Life
Insurance Company, incorporated in New
iork State, 'is deiiroriVcf extending its busi;
j nesa into Oregon.
Gentlemen who apply must stnte in de
tail their facilities tor accomplishing a suc
cess, and what experience, if any, they may
have had in the Lite Insurance business.
Those who aie now acting as .Vu!-(or Local)
Agents for other l,i'e Companies wi.l Ond
t.'jis a capital chance for tunning a mure
profitable connection with a mure ex ensive
All communications treated confidentially.
Addre-s (i.-i detail, with lull name),
LTiooivlyn SLife IiiKiiranee t'o.,
No. 141 Broadway, Xac Yck City.
June 23, liri:w3
Cmrp;:D II vnds and Face, sore lips, 'dry
i nes- of the skin, etc., Ac, cured at om e by
I liegeman's Camphor Ice with Glycerine.
l'. .1 - L , . Cr I .ill uoeif Kim
ttiat von get liegeman s. a n 1 oy ait urug
gits," onl v 2o cents. Mai-.iu'.uctnied only by
tlegemaa & (Jj., Chem sts ;.nd Druggists,
New York. deGJU-ly
. . . 11 1 t 1
FOIIIIS &; WAIT,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
OREGON CITY, : : OREGOPJ.
BEINO COXNECTLD WITH REAL
Estate Age: is of Portland, are prepared
to attend to tie PL KC i I AS t and SALE of
It LA I, ESTATE iu Clackamas and adjoining
A TEAM in readiness to convey purchas
ers to and from the prcmii s
Free of Charge.
WILL DISPATCH THEIR STEAMERS
ROM OREGON CITV
1011 TOttTLARD :
At 9 A. M . every day, except Sunday.
And -i P. M.
On Monday, Wedxiesday and
Friday of each week.
Friday cf Each Week
MONDAY, WEDNLSi'AV AND FRIDAY,
Dayton and Lafayette.
Oregon City to Sakm
. 1 50
. 2 00
. 4 0
For liifnnnstioii u Freight", call at Otiiee
Oa P. T. CO. l.)Oek.
A. A. Mc-.CULLY. President.
June 10, ls'lp'.f
O." a fm- Iliiliei- Class than any otlier
proprietary medicme of the day !nnds
Tarrant's lifr.-rvr-sri-nt Selfzvr
An 1 for this reason : it is an exict counter
part of one of the most valuable medicines
in the woi Id. We refer to the great Seltzer
Spring of (f-rm tny, to which thousands of
the dyspeptic, the billi ns. the rheumatic,
and the victims of venal disea-es resort an
nua'.iy. and return to their houses convales
cent or cur d. The pe ient is one ot the
fir-t, and bv fa t e mosf. success!' d of all
the efforts m ide to reproduce, 11; a p.'rtabl
form, the popular mineral waters ol fair fie
See that you purchase on v the genuine ar
t:cle. SOLD BY ALL TiRCr.tJI-TS.
Ziobsr ci It oS tors Propr's.
IIE L'XDERSIGNFD HAYING IlL-
furnishe i and re iitt- d the above named
Hotel, will henc-f nth c mdu -ted on the
1: v nop k a .st l, i: .
Rooms can be had by the Day, Week
A RESTAURANT in t ie House, under
jhe management of PILTtRK M ANCIET, late
of the Lafayette.
Owing to it- location and coastructien, it
is the mostde-irab!e Hote in the City, and
we intend keetixg it as it ought to de
Free Coarli nnl I5:t gg:i p- "Wagon
an I from 1 lie 'Hotel.
ZIEBER & HOLTvJ.V. Proprietors.
Ofilep of tlie Or gou anil C;t I i for n 1 .1
Ct. "Jltf. StiiiifC'oninon'
TO STOCK bROYEIlS.
rpiTE ROAO ACROSS THE CASCADE
L Md mtains. kn wu us the '-Ol 1 Emigrant
! Road," is n..v in c unpl- te order f r the -ac-j
c "iiimodation f f the traveling pii'-lic The
b idges on the r t ol have all been thorougldy
; repairtd, and stock drovers will have no
j trouble ,in crossi c the mountains by this
route, f oere is plenty of good cass' and
water on this route, and the' "distance xeros
is orly ;Q unles, being the shortest as well
as the best road across the Casca-lp. sirt
' drovers and em gr.nts will fin i it to tfieir
i advantage to travel over this road. Tolls
iciiauii-. JUSh. I'll V ) I VP.
Tunc Ii, l-rptf
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
S. VT. COR. FIRST & 2CRRIS0N STS
ALL Tlili L VTK-T STYLES OP
Ladies', Gents' & Children's
rpUE FOLLOWING ARE A YEW OF THE
-L Most Prominent of our New Goods :
Miles' Make, Cloth, Scallopped Top, Bottom
Mil-s' Ex.ra Quality Bronze Button Guiters.
Seibeifich's French Kid, Scalloped Top, But
ton Gaiters Extra.
Seiberlich's Glove Ktd F-oced, Fancy Stitch,
Cert's Glove-Kid Foxed, Button Gaitors.
Beit's Cloth-Kid l-o.ved. Fancy Stitched,
Scalloped Top, Button Gaiters.
Donovan's Custom-made, Pompadour Heel,
Kid Foxtd, Button Gaiters.
Donovan's Extra Quality, all Cloth, Button
Donovan's Custom-made, Extra K d Lined,
Kid Foxed, and all Cloth.
Donovan's French Kid. Extra Quality, Scal
Donovan's Extra Quality, Scalloped Top.
Pompadour Heel, All Cloth.
Donovan's Bro: zp French Kids, Scalloped
Top, Brass II els.
Donovan's Blue Kid, Scalloped Top, and
Rosenstock's Metropolitan, Kid FoxeJ, Scal
loped Top and v'amp.
Rosenstoek's Metropolitan, Embroidered,
Yamp, Scalloped Top, aud Brass Heel,
Rosens. lock's Embroidered and Fancy Stitch.
Sc.diojped Top ; also, eight oilier styles
the same make.
Rosen? tock's French Kid Oxfords.
Beit's make Newport lies.
French Kid Junitas.
Cloth Juu atas.
Beit's Bronze Button Saratogas.
Bei t's Patent-leather Burton Saratogas.
Bert's French Kid, Button Saratogas.
Siebctlicb's Fiench Kid EmpieS3.
S -dierlich's Velvet Si.oo.'Kly.
Seihei I ch's French Kid, Mai ie Antoinettes.
Seiberlich's l ienc:i Kid Operas.
t lbei lich's Glove Kid Operas.
Miles' French Kid Ceiise.
Miles' Chub Oxfo-.-da.
Males' Ch-th Jiitiiat: s.
Miles' Einbro deitd Brorze Kids.
Cloth Oxford Ties.
French Call Ox ord Ties,
l'atci.t Leather ditto.
Goat Skin ditto.
Cioth Bamee AHarts.
Patent Leathe. (.ditto.
French Prince Alberts.
Glove Calf ditto.
Clodi, with Sealskin fronts, ditto:
Calf Se. tch Ties.
French Calf, hand-made, Gaiters.
- Buck kin Extra.
Giovt- Kid Extra.
Calf Cloth Top.
Cdl Olove Ki.J Top.
Hand-made S. al-kin Gaite s.
Call Box T- es.
French Calf, sewerl, B.drnorals.
C.oth Top ra'.iuorab-.
OUR OWN MAKE.
Oxfords, Balmorals, sewed and sciewe l Boots
and .shoes ot extra quality and of every
Be:, kerf's, Seiberlich's, 1'ogg's, Houghton's
Reed's Tirrell's, 1'i.ited Wot kiugmeu's,
Tav hr A Mason's, Uosen'Jud A Fi-ln r's.
Metropolitan'... Buckingham's, 11. a ht'.
ai.d all other first class ma. ufacturcs of
Of Boys' and Youths' Boots, Balmorals. Ox
fords, .scotch Tie-, Bi ogams, etc., is con
stantly oa ha: d.
MISSES,' CHILDREN'S and IW-
X-y''Our Mock is too extensive to permit
us to describe all. so the prblic are invited
to come and see for tl emseives.
DAY & JIiUTlX'S IILKKIXG.
Jacquot s Ceb brated French Polish.
Hath away's 15 onzmg Fluid.
Fcutou' s,hu!ine'- a-,d Mas n's Blacking
Evtry Vtrictv is ICt pt on Hantl.
Jfllaving a large Manufactory in con
nectioe. wit a our Ibui-e, we have faciiitie
f'or furnishing tuir poods at cheaper nites
than aiiv sinolar establishments on the Caost
PROTZIilAN; GILLIHAN & GO,
May 2U, lsTLtf
Ouegon- City. Okegon. jfX
'11 IS POPULAR HOUSE HAYING Been
lately RKFI I TED and FURNISHED,
the proprietors are now ready t aoccommo
date their customeis with H A KD-FIMSII El)
double or single to ms. Tle-y invite all those
fond of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED.
to call ar.d give them a trial, for they are
confident they cje pieasc everybody, because
they - know bow to keep a Hotel.
Prices to suit the t nies and Evektbody,
ac' ordi 'g to the rooms occupied.
Attached to the llo..se is a
For the accou tiiociatloM of csntoa crs.
MEKBIAM & FOUKMER,
Ju e lo. ISTEtf Proprietois.
CH S. HODGE. .CUAS. E. CALEF. .GEO. W. SXEH.
HODGE, CALEP & Co.,
DKUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
I 'A RXSffES, B K US TIES. P. J IXTERS
HileriaLS, ana vrujUts" Sundries.
97 Front Street,
A LL THE BR NCHES COMPRISING A
CL.VS SIC A I.. ?J A THEM A TIC A T.
Ami COMMERCIAL. EDUCATION,
taught. Hours, from ?i a. m., to 3 p. m.
Applv tl ?. !- POPE,
Jntr: : 1?7 Etf ' rriitcTj-aT.
TO YOTOG 3I13r!
TO YOU BELONG THE FCTLTRE OF
our beautiful and fast growing State.
Soon the shrill whisdeof the IRON HOUSE,
6S he con es t nicking across this crent con
tinent, drawing alter him the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry, will
j announce the
"GOOB TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Hons and Daughters
will be c tiled to fill the new avenues i f Busi
ness. Everyone shculd prepare lor an
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial aliairs of Oregcu in a few years.
What the developements of our State will be
in the lutui e, is a question which depends
upon the BESINL'sS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young Men.
Within the pust four year3 of continued
National Buiiness College,
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, and many of
whom ure now tilling high and lucrative po
sitions in trie Banks, 'ount'ng- Rooms and
Stores of our State. So great is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to send East tor as istam e. X'
enterprising, studious Young Man who has
passed through the pre.-cribt-d course of
studies at this
has complained for want i f a situation and
at good salary, too.
Every facilby is he:e afToided
SOUND EUSIKESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
TJIE LEAST EXPEXSE.
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE!
After bavins; compHttd the Theory, te is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WOULD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the niinntue ot real business
The i onise of study embraces I) aitde and
Single Entry Book-Keeping, Commercial
Arithmetic, Commercial L;iw, Correspond
ence, fu-iness Pe nnansh p, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
O R N A M EXT AE PEN M A NSIII P,
GEitMAX, ITALIAN. ETC.
For full particulars, call ur. the College Of
fice, in Carter's budding, c orner of Front
ami Alder stieets, (entrance on Alder) Port
laijd, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
DeFRANCE & JAMES,
Merch 31. 171 :.v I
An Infallible Btoori pi uiFirn, possess
ing rare tomc end m-rvie properties
a certain cure for hiiei-jiatism, eon,
KKi.n ALra.v, and all tindred Diseases.
It completely restores the system when ira
raired by disease, revives the action of tha
kihacys and fiEMTAi. oncAss, radi
cally CTjrfS SfKOFlXA, SALT KHCVH
EUd all EIllPTIVi; and ci'T.wr.ous Dis-t-nses,
gives immediate end permanent relief
in nvsPEPSiA, eiivsipelas. Tumors.
Boils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi
cates from the system all traces of Mercurial
It is praEiY vegetable, being made
from an herb found indigenous in farforni.i.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for use by
Temales and Children, as a cloou run
Finn ond nr,.ovAToii.
For Sala by all Druggifts.
REBtN&TQN, HGSTETTER & C-
529 and 531 Market Street,
'I he ' Pain' Kn.i.i-.R may jiiht'y be styled
ihe great, in.-dicine "f the w.,rld. for there is
no r cion i f the e'ebe into which it has not
found it-s way. and been largely used and
I lg'dy pnzed. Moreover, there is no clone
to wbica ;t has not proved to be well ad.ipt d
for 'lie cure of a c-.'n.-idt-rabie rjn uitu y of
disease ; it is a spe dy and sate remedy for
burns, scalds, cuts, bruist-s, wounds and
va ious otln r injur es, as well as f r dysen
tery, (borrlnxa -ind bowel coinpl tints gener
ally, it is adn.iiai ly suited for every race of
n;eu on the lace of ti e glo!e.
It is a very significant fuct, that notwith
standing ihe long period of years th it fie
" Pai.v Killer' has been bef ue the World,
it has never lost one Whit of its j.opu'ai it-.
but, on the contrary, the call for it has
steadily increa-ed from its first discovery,
and at no previous tino has the demand for
it been so gr.-at. or the quantity made been
s lurge, as it is to-day
Anoth-r significant fact is, that nowhere
has the Pain K iier ever been in higher re
pute, or been more generally i,.-ed by families
aud individual-, ti.an it lla? 'eoii here at
home, wberf it wa- first discovered and in
troduced. That the P;iin Killer will con
tinue to be, what we have styled it, thk
gp.kt medk ix j of the would, "there cannot
he ihe shadow of a doubt. 1'ro'cidncf Adver
ser. NEY PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
51 First Street, ("Second door south of
bis old stand), Portland, Oregon.
AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work m my iine in a superior manner,
with nil the latest improvements in the ait.
Nothing but firclass work done at my new
t-nd niag-i Ocent moms, at low prices.
CALL ASu EX lyjjyr fcTECIMENo
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AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A 15. It i e in si so si 9
Comer of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralNertl.cn
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Richardsox, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Fnglish refined Ear and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octngon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fiy-pans, sheet iron, R. G Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries, and Liquors
A. li. KiCHARDsox, Auctioneer
For .a feTV cents you can huy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
rackagc of SEA MOSS FAHINE,
made from pure Irisli 2Ioss? or
Carrageen, v,!iich will make
sixteen quarts of BI
and a like quantity
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Knsso, Arc. It is tljc
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! !
THE GREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
Tliis wosiftlerfEsl vosfcfJi5o
restorative is tlse slicet-itn-c"icr
of tlc iclile sec! dcliila'
tajed. As n eossic rs.isl cordial
for tlic agel mi si laBiguad, ii
has no cqial atnoaj f;;ss
aclsics. As si rc323Cfily for t2
nervoiss veii2trcess to vEjscSi
women me especially saa
jeet, it s siBpcrscc.ing1 every
ollscr slJ2:3ja!asJt. Ii nil Cli
mates, trogica3, Icmpcrate,
or frigid, it ;sct s jis ix speciOc
iis eery species of disorder
wliicli iinderKatsaes tSie Iodily
streiagtlt and t;re:slis down the
animal spirits. For sale hy
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S- AOICERIA & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPItlXG & SODSER GOODS,
V.'IUCIt THEY OFFEIl
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
We wiiuid s:ty, come and convince y ur
se!f before purchasing elsewhere'. Oar stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY CfOODS,
HOOTS AND SHOK.
a d a prcat many articles tco numerous to
AL"rO, Doors, Windows, Glass and rutty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOOI wantf-d, f or which wc pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. AOKERMAN & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, ISThtf
J aco3 Stitzi l. James B. Uftox.
ST IT ZE L & UPTON,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front, and
Wash i nq ton streets.
Zif Will attend to the snle and purchase
ot Real Estate in all parts of the City and
vtate. Special attention given to the sale of
East. Portland property.
Address P. O. I'.ox 42. Portland. Oregon.
ST1TZEL A- UPTON,
Otf. AW Estate BroA srt.
HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE
rpilE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
JL sale hi residence in Oregon City. There
are four lots, a good hr.u-e and l.arn, with a
fine cellar and a go"1 well of water. There
is lentv of land, and it is wdl adapted for
early grdning purposes. Part payment
mav he made io etock. For particulars rr.
piv't' GLORGE CLAT K"
Oregon C.t.", Iuds ?, 1 37J :tt
LZ. f.t . ; li-U--
XEW HARDWARE STO,
CORXET FKOtT Si STAlllC STS.f
0 t . O
JOHN II. FOSTEE
T,"0ULT) IXF0RM HIS FORMER PAT
V V io;;9 and the public generally, that
he is now receiving and offers for sale, at the
lowest rates, a fuilVtoek of Q
Table and Pocket ullcry,
FaHs, Ropeo, Shovelo,
Any Us, Axss, Ei
Which he invites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing el-twhei e.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Bu Id- rs' Hardware and Hojisp Trim
mings, tiiber at WHOLESALE or DETAIL.
May L'ti, 1371:m3 JOHN li. FOSTER.
CLIFF HOUSE, SO. 5, UP STAIRS
"7"niI.ST THANKING THE LADY
V V public for their most liberal pa'ron
ae in the p;ist, she would most respectfully
invite their attention to her new styles ot
FASHIONABLE HATS AND BONNETS,
n w on hand and just received. 0
Dress-Making cone ia the very LATEST
April 11, isri.tf
Mull noma li I.iorti;c o . 1, A. F. 'and
A A. 31. Holds its regular communica--r
tions on the First and 'UArd Satur
uay in each mouth, at 7 o'cloek from
the 20th of September to the 20th of
March, ami 7i o'clock from the 2Uh cf
March to the 2oth ot September. Breth
ren iti good standing are invited to attend.
Dec23.1S70, Bv order of W. M.
For Diseases of tlie Throat and Lungs,
6ucn as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Among the great
discoveries of modern
science, fewv are ofQ
more real value to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy or aTl
diseases of the Throat
ar?d Ltrngs. A vast
trial of its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, has
shown that it does
surely and effectually
control them. The testimony of our best citi
zens, of all classes, established the fact, that
Cheki'.y Pkctoral, will and does relieve and
cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and,
Lungs be-ond any other medicine. The most
dangerous affections o'f the Pulfnonnry Organs
yield to its power; and cases of Consump
tion, cured by ihis preparation, are public
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to be be
lieved, were they not proven beyond dispute.
As a remedy it is adequate, on vhich the public
may re.'y for full protection, liy curing Coughs,
tne forerunners ot more serious disease, it saves
unnumbered lives, and an amount f suffering
not to be computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most sceptical. Every family should
keep: it on hand as a protection against the early
and unperceived attack of Pulmonary Affections,
which are easily met at first, but which become
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglectetj. Ten
der lungs need this defence ; and it is unwise to
be without it. As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset the Throat
an.l Chest of childhood, Chekhy Pi-tctokai..
is invaluable; for, by its timely use, liiultiQ
tudes are rescued from premature graves, ana
saved to the love and alFection centred on them.
It acts speedily and surely against ordinary colds
securing sound and health-restoring sleep. NP
one will sud'er troublesome Influenza and pain
ful IJionchit is, when they know how easily
they can !c cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil
Is spared In making every bottle in the utmost
possible perfection. It may be confidently re
lied upon as possessing all the virtues it has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures as
memorable as the greatest it has ever effected.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
12 RENE WER
Every year increases the popularity
of this valuable Hair Preparation;
which is due to merit alone. We can
assure our old patrons that it is kept
fully up to its high standard; and it
is the only reliable-and perfected prep
aration for restoring Gray or Faded
Hair to its youthful color, making it
soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp,
by its use, becomes white and clean.
It removes all eruptions and dandruff
and, by its tonic properties, prevents
the hair from falling out, as it stimu
lates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, the hair grows thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restores tho
capillary glands to their normal vigor,
and will create a new growth,Qjxcept
in extreme old age. It is the most 0
economical Hair Dressing ever used,
as it requires fewer applications, and
gives the hair a splendid, glossy ap
pearance. A. A. Hayes, 3I.D., State
Assayer of Massachusetts, says, "The
constituents are pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality'; and I
consider it the Best Preparation
for its intended purposes."
Sold by all Druygist3, and Dealers in Medicines.
Price One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Iienewer in many cases re
quires too long a time, and too much
care, to restore gray or faded Whisk
ers, wc have prepared this dye, in on& .
preparation; which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
is easily applied, and produces a color
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Sold by all Druggist s. Price Fifty
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
K A B7TTJA, K".H.
5mH!i DAiis, PoitJa'f. VYhcIcfalft
A s for Of Sn,