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Z)t iDtttiln Enterprise,
TOWN AND COUNTY,
Rkigiocs. According to previous ap
pointment quite an interesting service of
fte p;piscopal church was held Bt the
plsbvterian church on Monday evening
7 j. at McMinville. The congregation
i viva nn lerlv and very attintive.
I . 1 I 1. . V -
. . idij nmncr nine m
"n .- .1..
the service the sao-
Ln, of Infant Baptism was sidRiinis-er-TA
X Ihe Rev. John W. Sclhvood. to five
rl4 d;i-i!?liWofMp- George- II tir
ing a of Mr. Nathan New by a
" o Mr. Jme$ Liroy. and twin daugh
tPMof Mr. G. B Swain. The la ht jwrson
be remembeied was a printer a f-w
"ears since in this office. We tender hi,,,
our heart v congratulations and pray that
these li;i!e daughters may grow up a.-
polbbed comers of the Tymple.
'.Ve learn from Mr- eilvvood that the
Foi-scopal churcn has a block of land in
McMinnville. and that it is there intention
to errect a church thereat an early day.
A Bhipwb Across tuk Willamette,
Articles of incorporation were filed in the
County Clerk's office this week by John
L. Barlow. Y II. Pope and F. 0. McCovvn.
Hi corporators, whose object is to con
g'ruct a suspension m idge across the Wil-bai-dte
river at. some point, between
Foartli and Seventh streets. This is an
important enterprise for our city and we
bone our citizens will give it their hearty
support. We shall speak of this matter
Wheat. Uapt. Apperson informs us
that large quantities of wheat are reai'y
for market in Yamhill county. The boat
-brings down all that her capacity will
rry. and the low stage of water admit,
yet he cannot take it away as fast as of
fered. The harvest in Yamhill county has
been abundant this year, and it is esti
mated that more wheat has beeen raised
in that county than any previous year.
"We are glad to hear it.
Stoptkd. The Albany has ceased run
ning to Salem. We are informed that the
water is very low and that site will not
run to Salem again until the river is some
what improved. Another report says
that she will not run until the transfer of
the T. T. Company s stock takes place.
Going to Poktm.ni. Columbia Hook
A La Ider Co. No. 1. of this city, propose
going to Portland next Monday, to par
ticipate in the anniversary of the fire de
partment of that city. The boys will un
doubtedly have a fine time.
Goixti to McMixxvili.k. We learn
that Prof. J. D. llobb has accepted a call
to take charge of the McMinnville school.
Mr. Ilobb has had charge of the City Sem
inary for the past year in this place, and
made many friends who will regret his de
Dedication.-- i lie Baptist Church, in this
cily. will be dedicated next Sunday. The
dedicatior.al sermon will be preached by
Rev. Mr. Fisher, of the Dalles. Rev. Mr.
Curtis, of Salem, will preach in the even
,inz. Pkrsonal. We had a call last Monday
from our friend Sam Friendly, of Eugene.
Mr. S. Ellsworth, of the same dace also
juve its a view of himself as he passed
through town. A. ('. Walling. Esq.. of
Portland was in town last Wednesday.
For the material improvement in the
ExTKitntisE during the pa.st two weeks, our
readers are iudebied to II. G. Head, Esq..
who filled the place of editor during our
Rkpaihi.(J. The Oregon City Mills are
leitig thoroughly overhauled aud re
paired. The Imperial Mills are also still
undergoing repairs. The former will be
rendy tor operations in about ten days.
nd the later in about three weeks.
Goon Condition. Jo. Young was in
town yesterday and says the Emigrant
road 5 the best across the mountain, and
lot of people are coining; aud going over
I.vjniKD.-Mrs. Holcoinb was very
everely injured on the 23d inst.. by fall
ing off a horse. The horse was passing
tinder a low limb which dragged her off
Bacon. Messrs. Lnmis &. Albrierht
shipped a large amount of their bacon
lt Monday to Messrs. McCraken fc Co.,
Band ok Cattle. Mr. Logus brought a
fine lot of cattle from Polk county last
Monday, which are to be served to onr
citizens in quantities to suit.
' Oit Again. Jas. Smith, who received
some injuries last week from a falling
tree, was able to be out again on the
street last Tuesday.
In Town. Joe Meek. Esq., -the oldest
inhabitant," was in town yesterday and
gave us a call. lie is engaged in selling
the Rivers of the West, of which he 13
No Sekvick. Owing to the absence of
Rev. Mr. Selhvood there will be no ser
vice at the Episcopal Church next Sun
Lectciie. Mr. B. F. Underwood, a not
ed Free-Thinker, from Boston, will de
liver a lecture this evening and to-morrow
at Myers Hall.
Patent. Jennings McCarver received
the patent for his window fastenings last
Wedvesday. The patent was granted for
City Covncil. The regular monthly
meeting of the City Council takes place
cext Monday evening.
Commenced. The fall term of the City
Seminary commenced last Monday, with
vv . Kandall as Principal, Mr. J.
fcobb having resigned.
County Court The September term of
of the County Court for Clackamas county
commences r.. Monday.
Thenar,! of equalization and for the
ssios'during the past week.
TfiuL TuiP.-The new steamer Alice
, make htr trip to-morrow. She
looks very handsome, and will no doubt
l'iuve a success.
TuANKMr. W. B. Pan!
ow lejt at our
jesterda v snma .i i,:, ...
for . i , ' -""JV- "- exceneni cider
on.r, concert notices under the head of
SSS,Rather - our
A Good word For Oregon City-
The editor of the Herald, in his sketches
of his trip to this State, speaking nf what
he saw in San Francisco, says as follows :
But what attracted our attention most
was ihe great Mechanics" Fair, which was
jriaugurated during our stay in ihe city.
True all depa: iiiienis in ihis grea'. exhY
bition were not quite filled, at Hie time ol
departure, but sufficient was here to oc
cupy one's lime and curiosity for divs
We were particularly gratified to See" u
long row of woolen fabrics, in inufactuied
at Hit extensive mills of our neighbor up
the river Oiegon City. This display took
is qurte by surprise. We bad no" i.lea
thai such fine fabrics, of such variety ;Uid
extent, were inanujae'ured in ibis extreme
wes.eru country. There were the finest
ol eloihs, cassuneres. flannels, blankets
of ail be standard and Ikshinn.iMj ,"
buc.i large and very superior blankets, es
pecially, we do not remember ever to
have seen. The louch of all these fabrics
showed that they were made of the finest
wool. Silk itself could not S1irn:. ll.um
ti softness and delicacy of feeling. We
have learned since, that the blankets man
u.actureU at Oregon mills have ui exten
sive fame; and are regarded as really the
finest article of the. kind in the world.
One variety of these, which was of a
bright scarlet red en one side and almost
as white as snow on ihe other, was not
only very thick and heavy, but was also
of silk like touch and texture. We felt a
glow of pride on examining these beatni
tul goods m view of the lact we were, bv
auiicipa;ion a citizen of Oregon.
Strong Minded. A writer gives tin
following description of Miss Susan B.
Anthony. No wonder she is in favor of
woman's rights. No man has probably
dared an attempt at softening her animos
ities towards the sterner sex. Here is the
Miss Anthony's appearance is far from
g prepossessing. Excepting in the
common trait of firmness of character, she
is the direct antipode of Mrs. Stanton.
Her form is large, bony and ungracful;
her featuies are massive and singular.
The lineaments of her face are not soften
ed by a single pleasing expression. A
hard, stony earnestness, an ever-present
look of unyielding combati veness, a grim
stare at an audience, which feels as if it is
set up as a sand dummy to be belted by
argumentative blows from the shoulder,
are the pen outlines of the impression an
prejudiced stranger at first receives.
Yet, while the remarks of the speaker are
not couched in language as harsh and
combative as her looks might lead one at
first to expect, they are far from being of
a winning tendency.
Deferred. We had hoped of giving
onr readers the result of our observat ons
during our visit up the valley, but a press
of business since our return has compell
ed us to defer the article until next week.
A very interesting communication will be
found on our first page this week from a
gentleman who has recently taken a trip
to the coast.
There are now about fifty Republican
papers in Louisiana. Four ears ago
i here was only one the Homer 11 Had.
which, though twice mobbed, aud once
burnt out by accident, still exists. Radi
No trouble to keep Radical papers alive
now a days, when the people consider the
fact that the admini-tr on has already
paid upwards of $S0O.O0O for advertising
the new loan.
Retired. Beiiah Brown, Esq.. has re
tired from the editorial chair of the Wash
ington Standard. In his valedictory he
says that he retires from pattisan editorial
duties. It is understood that Mr. Brown
wili soon take charge of an independent
paper at Seattle. We wish him success in
whatever place he may cast his future
Wilt. Go With it. A 'retort is in cir
culation that Ben Hollady is negotiating
for the lock and canal on the west side ol
the river. If begets the P. T. Company's
boats and property, he will be sure to get
the locks also.
Where is the Democratic Part3- Ore
gon ia u.
Have you not heard from Ken lucky ?
Notwithstanding 40,000 negroes voted
your ticket, the State has still a Democrat
ic majority of over 40.000.
Will Open. St. Helen's and the Bishop
Seott Grammar schools, at Portland, will
open for the tall term next Mnoday.
These schools have attained the first posi
tion as educational institutions.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, ami the prices at which other ar
cicles are selling, in this market :
WHEAT White.-fi bushel. $1 10.
OATS bushel. CO cts.
POTATOES bushel. 75 cts.
ONION'S bushel. $1 0067, SI 50.
FLOUR bbl. $7 006750.
BEANS White. lb.. 4(7 f cts.
DRIED FRUIT -Apples. 74 lb . 78c:
Peaches. lb.. Dijc: Plums.' lb.. 1567
1C cts.: Currants, p), Ih.. 1067,20 cts.
BUTTER lb.. 2o67,:50c1s.
EGGS dozen. 2o(7:50 cts.
CHI CK ENS f d ozen . 4.
SUGAR Crushed, lb.. 20 cts.: Island
lb.. 1012i cts. ; N. ().. lb.. 15 cts. ;
San Francisco refined. Jb . l()j cts.
TEA Young Ilvson. 3b.. $i 50 ; Ja.
pan. lb.. D0c67;5i 25 ; Black, y lb.. 75c.
67) 51 00.
COFFEE "f) lb.. 2067,22 cts.
SALT "jJ lb.. Ii672i cts.
SYRUP Heavy Golden, galL.Sl 00 ;
Ex. Heavy Golden, "j-i gall.. Si 25
BACON Hams. R.. 14 cts : Sides.
1-4 cts. It.: Shoulders, 7 cts.
LARD lb.. 14 cts.
OIL Levoes kerosene, p call
Linseed oil. raw. 'pi, gall..
Linseed oil. Dolled. r gall., $1 50
WOOL-'j-J lb.. o.- cts.
BEEF On foot. 7 67; 8 cfs it,
PORK On foot. ;677cts. 'ib '
SHEEP Per head.Si 00$2 50
HIDES Green. lb.. 5c. ; Dry fl
12i cu; Salted. Sc
A Polyglot Business The wide-spread
influence ot American skill and en:ei pi is
has outstripped the comprehension of the
Americans themselves. Tlie fabrics of utir
niiils clothe the savaies f both continents.
They wrap the lions of Africa, and the tawny
sr-kins of South Ameiican pampas. But
wider ttill are spread the products of our
skill in mediciius. A late visit to Dr. J. C.
Aver & Co.'s laboratory a .1 oflicj in Lowell,
showed us th a the whole s irfa- e af toe hab
itable jLrhbe pays its trib ite tlieie; th-i e they
ca er to and .-erve the r. qui rem -.'its ot almost
all nations. Tiir-ir publications are in the
many tongue.- that lfidely -severed peopled
u-e. " The;r letters must he real fmrn and
written in many tongues, for wli ch there
sits a J-uig range of correspondents with tae
indispen-ib e ac o;npli hiuents ior their
duties. Their daily in ol of half a bushel of
le:ters brings ihenj advices, orders a-id re
mittances fr m the circle ot the world. We
were overwhelmed with amazement, and our
readers would b b aa inspection of this
woudertully-ext n-ive, health-dealin? enter
prise Hoily Springs (Acmw.1 Cb.nsrtvjtc,.
At thirtv-five, the average American dis
covers that he has an "internal stomach."
and thereupon goes into the hands of the
doctors for the remnai.t of his life. This is
too true; but many persons discover it be
fore that age. bec-iu-e they hive abased their
health aiid have waited uuul disease became
seated Preveution is better than i ure, but
Dr. Walkek's California Vinegar Hittiks
wilt both cure and prevent dyspepsia, dis
eases of the skin, liver, kidneys and bladder,
and all deciders arls.ng fr.au impure or
TO THE PUBLIC
Whbkkas. certain persons, styl'ng them
selves tUi ' Tu.tlatin Uiver Navigation an. I
Manufacturing Company," are offering stock
fir s-th: u ider a proposition to take the wa
ter of the Tualatin river through a canal to
the waters of Sucker Lake we hei ebv n .tif
all cikh er'.ed thai We own finds bordering
on the Tualatin river, above and bel w
where the water is threatened to be take:
out, and propo-e to mat t.uti our tights as
riparian owners and prevent by law ail per
sons irom obstructing or dimini-b ng the nat
ural How of water in the Tualatin river.
J lifts M. Moore, Joseph A. Fields,
Thomas f 1 elds, J. It. Shaw,
James I). .Miller, J. D. Rorbins.
Uregou City. At.g 25, 1S71 - f
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Jliieo, .a, G4r Front Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
east Portland, in the most desirable
localities. consistinir of LOTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located iu ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and ihro.ighout the STATES and TERRI
TORIfcS. with great care and on the most
HOUSE'S nnd STORES LEASED
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the STATE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
andforward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 1871.
Oregon Iols;e No. 3, I. O. of O. F.
g&mii:. Meets every Thursday even
yl&gii Ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. X. G.
Jtlultnomah Iolse Xn. 1, A. F. jin.l
A A. JI. Holds its regular cominunu'a
Xtions on the First and Third Sutur
in each month, at 7 o'clo-. k from
the 2oth . f September to the '2'Hli of
March, and 7J o'clock from the 20th of
March to the 2oth ot September. Bietb
ren in pood standing are invited to attend.
Dmc. 2?., 1570, Byorderof W. M.
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HARD W RE. GROCERIES
CROCKER Y NOTIONS, &
MAIN STREET. OREGON CITY.
nnn i,)t;Ni)s f wool, f r
OUUUU winch I will pay the highest
PRODUPE of all kin !s boucrht. fo- which I
ay thi.' hijhet niarke' price.
If you desire iro -d Goods, at LOW Pi ic s.
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stock of Spr n Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SM A LL
April 14, ls71:tf
Masonic Hull Bliliung,
Cor. Fourlh & Huin Ss,
OREGON CITY, - - OREGON ,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale. Cheap for Oish,
OFFICE, SITTING ROOM,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE.
ROCKING CHAIRS, WHATNOTS,
BEDSTEADS, WASIISTANDS, Ac.
Curled Hair and Pulu Matrasses; Pulu Pil
lows; Sprinir Beds; Window Shades.
Picture Frames, Mouldings. Ac.
Special atten ion given to Uif.olstory
Work i.'i a'l its branches.
OlU'El.S filled with prompinkss.
REPAIRING done with nearness and d.--patch.
FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER.
Call and examine for yourselves.
CIl AS. HODGE. CHAS. E. CALEF. .GEO W.SNELL
HODGE, CALEF t Co.,
DEUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS. OILS, AND WINDOW OLA--
rAL'XsriES, BRUSHES. 1AIXTEI:
Materials . ana irrnjjixt undri
'.it Proni Strrci.
Jacob Stitzkl. James B. Ufton.
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Ext ate Brokers and General
A gen ix. Corner of Front and
PORTLAND, ' OREGON.
W Will attend to the sale and purehsse
of Real E-tate in all pai ts of the (ity and
stite. Speciiil attention given to the sal.- of
East Portland property.
Address P. 0. Box 42. Portland. Oregon
STITZEL A- UPTON, "
S 1, o oo, OOO.
BY authoritylf R special Act nf the Leg
islature of Keutucky, ot March 31st,
1871, the Trustees ol the Public Library ot
Kentucky w.ll give
A GRAND GIFT CONCERT
At Louisville, Ey,,
On Tuesday, October' 31st, 1871.
Under the direction of the best Musical Tal
ent thai cau be procured.
100,000 Tickets of Admission.
510 Each, in Currency; Half Tickets. $5 ;
Quarter Tickets, $2 50.
Each Ticket wiil consist of four quarters,
value, 12 50 each i. The holder is entitled
'o admission to the Concert, and to the
-iiwuiii, lii gin, awarueu to n or us mic
tion. Th kets number from 1 to 100,000.
Tlie Citizens Bank of Kentucky
is Treasurer aud Depository.
All moneys arising from the a!e of Tickets
will be ikpo-ited "with the Citizens' Bauk,
subject only to the order of tbe President
a 'd Treasurer of the Library, c umteivigned
by tbe Bu-une-s Manager.
Duriugthe Concert the sum of
8550,000 IN CURRENCY
will lie distributed by lot to the holders of
Tickets in the following
ONE GRAND GIFT OF ... $ 1 00,000
One Grand Gift of 5o,0u0
One Lift of 25,oo)
One Gift of 20,0o0
One G i f t o f 1 9 .000
One G iit of IS.OoO
One Gitt of l7,o()o
One Gift of 1H.OO0
.One Gift of ; 15,000
One Gift of 14,0oo
One Gift of 1H, 000
One G ft of ' 1 2,000
One Gift of ' 11,000
One Gi t of lO,"00
One (lift of J,000
0: e Gift of. 8,000
.:-. i l ft of 7,t0o
One Gi t of (5,000
One i t - f 4,000
One i.' i of 3 -Ooo
One Gi 1 t . . 2.000
Ten G.lt i -L--'o each L. ,0i
f ifteen (L:t- oi - -' 'o e.ich 13,.ruo
Eighteen t-ii - r- 'O.ach I4,lo(J
Twenty Gilts :,i . each 14.000
Twenty five Gi l- l io each 15,000
Twenty Gitts of ; eacli 15, ooo
Forty-five Cilts : each 14."0
Forty (Jifis d' ea -''o lo.ooo
443 Gifts o! 'Ii.iu each 44.
721 Prize, in all... $" '.ooo
Af ter p.i i:ig tbe expense of t i.e eut rpn ..
and in iki-.g toe di-tribution o; the gii'i, t e
imlan e o tbe r o d.s arising trotn tbe
mi e .t tiekeis vv.l: be appropriated to t e
est.iblisiion i.t of a
Free Library in Louisville,
TO BE C l.:..-;l) TUK
Public Library on-tan tuck v
The eo-iCert and d ( : I u-.t t,kr
ustder tie inimeO t i-
tru-tees named m ihe . c t
the Tiiistees wiil b
known and eniincnt ciii-.
who have con ented to b
cert, and to sapei intend ;
tribuiion of gi ts.
Tbe holders of ticke's
i , i -i ;i re
: i i v
. ! '. X -
aw'iiided id be paid on pr
or t beir fra tion iit the o!e
the second nay alter draw iiiir
iness d .y for .six rnontb tiier. .
te ent irect o tbontrb anv
pre (. o i p;iov bo co:!e
;ice eiii ni-'d y Ir f":.
t nd'-is, I ( ; ! e; !.!! K -i. v
te,-ded t Ui d T !- ! - i !
istered o e.vpre .i-'il
Tickets a e Itk gi '
- .; oil only to
;ee oidv One
lit'-a;l of Two
Sao r rnncisco
l.i i rs wiil n te t ii i
ifu or: d 'I bo.i-iiiift i
liuudii-d I lioasiiiid, :is i, t
Gin ('on e;t, and Hut I ere -mote
distribiUeM. 1 s Id tb.".' and male tbe
aw n d in four months, -md paid f -tS.ooo to
tick-t bidders from November 2d to 15th,
ls7. and tn ncd over :12.ooo t , ihe Sec re
lary due iic!ets not pre enied.
It will be particularly notieed ih i- it is
ma' er of impossibility for anyone to know
what numbers draw frifis, as il is not. k own
what, tlie d"t of any number drawn from
t;.e first wi.ecl will be, u til the -ealed tox.
with amount of the ejft plainly printed, is
taken from the other wheel and opened in
nil view of tbe audience; Iheref ir the farm
er gills may not. come out till towards tbe
last, or in the middle of ihe drawinp. Tbe
loo,i oo gift in the San Franci-co iiit Con
cert, undi-r the manajreiTiei.t of C. Ii- Fetors,
was the 2ooth number (lawn, an I was
awarded and paid to a g ntleman in New
The numb'-rs and Gifts are drawn by
blind hildren, from 8 to 14 years of age.
The drawing will be extensively published
and parties ordering ticktts wiil have print
ed lists seot iheui. Partie- loiming Club-
and des ring information, will pie se address
11 Tickets for $100; y Tlr-Urt for
S35; r(i Talotsfor Hi
Ticket 4 for $t,OOU.
The undersigned, late principal Business
Manager of ihe very sivccssfd M-'reatitile
Lii raiy (!if C-utcert at San Frincisc , has
been appointed Auent. and M m tger of ;hc
(lift Co' cert in aid of the Public Lib aryol
Tbe drawing will take place in public, and
everything will tie done to satisfy buyers of
tickets 1 hat their interes s will bo as W:;il
protected as if they pers uially sup jru tend
ed the tntiie affair.
MAKVEK OF DitAUTAiC.
There will be two glass wheels. One
whe; 1 "ill contain 100,000 numbers, pliinlv
pr ntel on leather tags. The other wheel
will ccntan 7iil boxes, each confainin j a
gift. On-' tig or nurn'ier wi:t be drawn
t' om tbe ?! oo,oo(i wheel, and the first box
d awn from the second or 7"2 1 b x wiiee wili
. i litaiu a jiift, neatly pruned and ea!ed u;,
:ir (I the g it so drawn lro n the s- c rid
heel will be the triit of tlie t g fi r-t drawn.
v. be. her $li0, $1,000, or luo,Oi)0, as an
; oooeed. .
:.'i 'i'irkcts l)isosel of Ii .luly.
j . -
li -ket hold -rs, the public is as
' -id, -j.i'Oo ti -kets are sold,
f.s ro in the iarire wine',
led, tin; uiminished pro
o tickets only arc sol 1,
'i,oo ) j;0 in the large
:ift-, dmu'i'sbed o ie-
5.--00 t ek s are sold.
half, and in
the eiu ir 7"J i
.-. : :o in Hi- It
: .; f-k.-ts s'rlii i,.r-
be nir intended
Tbe M.-iuaeer b s a: read
C.tizens' Dank 3 '."mo I.e.
il i-t- tb-1-
'i.'h av i .-r
xpenses, and d ies . ot d , end on -ales
k t - pay b's expenses f Prl i i g,
ete. ihe Public is i vue l to
o- - lo'iiiyas to the rrliahi vy of
i -ting as ncrents for
in any c ty of ihe
! o : to
itr - or C
Chas. R. Peters,
120 Ma:-i '
i-vi !, K ntuck'
e-, Joiiu-oi.'s iihi
r. t. pnnir-:
IIALOEMAN V c
KY, Secretary ; C
i ! , i I c-ide'.t ;
Pr,-si.!e-:T; "d . V
i Tf ZENS' BAN';
i r, ,is-
M"Uev 'ece'ved r m . t
if.'iniii, O-egon an-1 Nevatl t, w'.
-d witfi AYelis. Fa'go t Co ,
to await the drawimr.
31. A mt-ZN'C'I,
Geflehil Xgen. Yir nri ':"', Neva hi.
Who wi I supply tickets and f ;m sh i f r
mati -n. auj2-':-nl
Williiiaette fj xJge No. 15 I. ?
Meets every Saturday evening, at the ro:i3
S. K. corner of Main and fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting meiiibers are invited zo
attwii. By Crdr of W. O T.
1 COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
Pacific Boot and
dent' f IXE SHOES on
Shoes Of Every Clas
Made to Order on Short Notice, Wholesale and. fietail.
USTew Stvles beimg- STade Daily.
PACIFIC BOOT Atf3 IIOI IIUSE,
PROTZW1AN, CILLiHAN & CO ,
COENEE FIRST AND M.REISON STREETS, PORTLAND.
JUST OUT BOX-TOED OXFOEDS and GAITERS, an 1 th?
JERSEY TIE, the Easiest Fitting Summer Shoe Made.
Ju'y 14, lS71:tf
je i' i rijviMniiM 2
FOR THE MA X UFA CTOL Y OF
SASH, BLINDS AND OCRS,
AND MOUI DINGS (I J i ZES.
&W They will iilso do TURNING, of evry
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatch
ALL WtH!K WAKR ANTED.
Iio , .! tb ILve-, h ck of Aek rniiinV '
o ; ! ' ; ? i-. on i ii . , O goo .
J 'AH Loll, HFJikot i.M. OFFICE.
Kill II F.N and SIT id NO
ROOM Fi RNITL'bE, HUItF.AlJ '-
Lounes. Hockinr Chairs, ,5. fiat ir t.s, !i. o
Sdes Poo-n I - Dr. Toes-dug'- Itrn.k, .Mai.,
ri VO;j IJELuNt; Til;: F U T V 1 E
So .:: the sioiil wins ie of lb- IHO.V IIoHSE
S 1 1 ( t es liiii'.ll".f tIC i oss I h :S ir; t ' 1 ii
litienl. d'awioi: a'U'i' miui I e ' ic!i r linct
o' i Sir N t ion' - We !tii a d Iedu-;r, i:
: ( ; ; !) U 1 1 t.e
bn AA-p nTT-n r-"! fi p. ". t tv 'f :
'iuVjJ -ilLVxJi! uoiaiiiU,
v lu-n Oregon's own Sons and Danghteis
w ill be called to fill the new avenues of llusi
ness. Ev ryone should prepa re for an
jL .i V j-t j-i x,.Ti, .(:ii -,
ti:"::t e!i.-, s a v. e been made tin cos-
I.e.. I:il" ii'i.lrt of Oregon 111 i lew v ats
W ;tt I e ib' lopeiuents . f mr Stale ill in
iu tie- lulu e, is a ipr-slio . which depe us
neon to l;USI.'h-S QUALIFR: v I 10N
of t er Voung Men.
Within the past four vears of continu il
National Bu iness College,
of Portland, Oiegon, has sent, out SCORES
of younmen fully qu dilied, and many ot
whom are now liilinji h gii and I; ciative po
si, ions in the D inks, 'ount. n-r- Rooms and
Stores of our State. So gre t is the demand
that Business men hive been frequently
compelled to send East for as istam e. No
enterprising, studi -us Young .Man who has
passed through the pre.-cribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want of a situation and
at good salary, too.
Every tanlity is here atiordeu to acquir
OUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WOULD OF BUSINESS,
which has tbe effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the niitr ti;e ot real busine-.
Ti e course of study embraces Double and
Single E try Hook-Keer;ng, Commercial
Aridimetic, Commercial L.w, Corivsp-md-.
-nee liii iness Pe onansh p, regular and
snc- ial Lect 'tcs, etc., eic , combining theory
w th practice.
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
ORNAMENTAL PENM NSiIIP,
GERMAN. ITALIAN. ETC.
For full panieal us, call at the College Of
fice, in Carter's building, corner of Front
and Abler streets, (entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send for cicala-. Address
BeFRANCS &, JAMES, .
PORTLAND, ORl!u -N.
I 'ii :Ji. : 7 i : v i
EXERCISES IV TUTS iNSllflTTION
will lie resumed on
Monday, 14th Inst.
HOURS, FROM 8 a m. TO 3 p. m.
s. r. ptiK, sup't.
Air.-tist 11. 1 71 .-tf
Xti-ASTS KOIl THE KVTEIiJIUK.
T ;e f ji! . rig p .'r-ons are authorized to
ct as agents fir the Enb rpkise :
.1 M. li tltimort'. Po fland. Oregon.
Too mis o ce, San Franc sco. '
L. P. Fisher.
Hudson & Menet.41 Pa k Row. New Yrk
G o. P. Howell & Cc, 4o Park 11, w, Ne v
1 O K.
Abb .tt t Co.. No. s2 31 Xassan street.
New "i oi k.
Uod-on, .et & Co.. Chicago, Illinois.
Coe. Wet .erill & Co., 007 Chestnut street,
Shoe Manufactory !
the Northern Coast !
For a iew cents yon can huy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FARINE,
made from puro Irish Moss, cr
Carragccu, vrliich will make
ixtcen quarts of Blanc 3Iange,
and a like quantity of Futl
!iii, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte liusse, &c. It is the
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the world. Ii
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! !
Tlir: GREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
This ivoaadcrfsal vegetable
rcstorati'C Use sfaoca-aii-
Cijor of tl!e fco?jlo nnd cle"iili
tact1. A3 n fossae ;i;3i! coreiial
for the sagod antl langu'd, ii
h:i-i no eqsaral amcng stoiss
nclaics. As a vesaaedy lor tEac
nervous weakness lo vlaicEt
womesi are csccilly seaj
ecl, ii ts f?aiperseliaag every
ollEcr stisanilant. Ita all Cai
naaSes, ti'oiiieal, temperate,
or fi'igitl, il act a a ssecific
ia every species of disorder
wlaiela imderaaaiaes tlie Biodily
sta-eiagtla aiad kreak down tlie
aaainaal spia-il. For sale by
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S. ACKEREVIAN & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPUttTJ & MIRIER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Ve would say-, come and cnvin'-e vnur-
solf bet re ptrehasmg el.-ewbcre." Our stock
eonsists in part of
FANCY AN D ST A IT E DRY GOODS,
DooTS AN I) SHOES.'
a d a ?re;tt many articles too numerous to
eri' 1 oi.
ALSO To rs. Windows. G!a-s nnd Pnttv.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN I
EXCflANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, U OOTi wonted, for which we pay'
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACKEREIAW & CO.
Oregon City, April 21. 171:tf
Ileberra De;?re' Iolge So. 3, 1 . O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
f ieh month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
;.f; ; t-.,f f&Mi
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A IS. Richardson
AUCTIONEER! . ,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Pertiaiidj
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMercben
dise and Horses. .
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
AT PH1VATE SALfi.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
Lngllsh Square and Octagon Cast ateel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws ;
Screws, Fry-paDs, sheet iron, R. G. Iron t
A largeassortment of Groceries andLiqvcrs
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
KEW HARDWARE STORE,
CORNET PROM & STARK STS.,
"irOULD INFORM HIS FORMER PAT
VV tons and the public yenerallyj that
he is now receiving and offers tor sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock of
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
Nails, Ropes, Shovels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites 1 uyersto call and examine
before purchadnjr levhere.
Would hivit paiticular attention of buy
ers of 13 u Id rs" II rdware nnd House Trim
minsrs. ( ither a WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May 2(J,lS71:m3 JDUN R.FOSTER.
For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Among the great
discoveries of modern
science, few are of
more real value to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for all
diseases of the Throat
and Lunccs. A vast
ffial of its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, has
shown that it does
surely and effectually
The testimony of our best citi
zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, that
Cheery Pectokal. will and does relieve and
cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to its power; and cases of Con$ump
tion, cured by this 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 which the public
may rely for full protection. I5y curing C'ouphs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, it saves
unnumbered lives, and an amount of 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 neglected. 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
and Chest of childhood, Cherry Pectoral
is invaluable; for, by its timely use, multi
tudes are rescued from premature graves, and
saved to the love and affection centred on them.
It acts speedily aud surely against ordinary colds,
securing sound and health-restoring sleep. No
one will suffer troublesome Influenza and pain
ful IJionchitis, when they know how easily
thev can be 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.
PREPARED BT e
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL, DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
wliicli is at
lieal thy, and
i - J0H&Q Jieaiuny, mu
gUrs effectual for
iif-ih hair- 11 soon
S3Sb WMa restores faded
ffc- or ory hair
color, with the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent tlie hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Ihe
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can bo found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
SaiPh Si is. tiauc, WkleiW