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ALLAS; S AT U It DAY, DKC
We notice that many of our most
"valuable exchanges are speculating as
,to the length of time 4he present
dorninnnr narfv must, mnnin in.ttmvor
i 7- t j - - " .t.. f
n other words, what party will next
jtake the reigns of government, and
finder what name will the opposition
clement to the presppt' adnxijstration,
.organize. Many seem to think that
rthe old deniocxaiic party will be
Revived and will perpetuate, its exis
tence a sufficient length of time to
reinstate itself in power as before the
vGreat Rebellion. Others ar.o; ,pf
the opinion that the present
organized resUtaooa to the Radical
Republican party, .under the name of
Liberals, will continue to grow untjl
it shall control the nation. Still
another class of in,en and womejji are
of he ppiuipiit the, present state
of chaos in the ranks kof the
opposition will continue, and that the
,Grant party will remain firm reinstalled
n omce tor the next quarter of a cen
tury, or until, there shaJJ another
This whole subject presents itself to
us in a light altoeher .ifent from,
either of those already,. mentioned. In
regard to the first proposition- that the
old Democratic party will sufficiently
evive and maintain its ancient " organ
ization and yame, as to again come into
power as such oar opiniou remains;
liuchanged since the commencement cf
the war, that aqyj&ttempt'at fa national
uSjder the name 'of
Democrat will si tuple fall still born;
uot because most of the old political
principles, held and advocated by the
Democratic party prior to 18G0 (save
rod except the question flj .human,
slavery), were not correV ami hole
pome at that period in the
history of this new government,
fcut for the more satisfactory reason
that at the meeting of the Charleston
Convention in 18C0, it had accom
plished its work, nd was tfien read
to, and did disband and dissqlve-.
other good apd sufficient reasons
'ght fee giyen itfch ts the fossilized
idem of many of it ers; thaPthii
Government still remained a confeder
acy instead of u nationality, which
sentiment "although " remainiug with
in any of the politicians was absolutely
Repudiated by the pedple. : Another
reason is, they made a mistake un
dertaking in any manner to uphold or
countenance the doctrine of secession
and noncoertion ajid? alf tbut uot
least, the remaining portion of the
organization dissolved . by tnutoal con
sept; and published that dissolution to
the world at the iJaltimore Uouvention
As to the second proposition that
the present Liberal party, based upon
the principles laid down ai Cincinnati,
wil be able to gain popular favor suf
fkient to enable it to succeed and finally
o'jtain the reigns br government- we
believe to bo as impracticable and
impossible as the, first. There are
many reasons which m'ight be assigned
x iiai, wu me pnui jippuuiicans, it was
p mply the breaking off of a 'small
branch fropi thoalready overgrown
tree, on account of jts radicalism and
orruption; and on toe 'part,' pf the
Democracy, it was an unwilling coming
together without change of policy
The while hipg was a uuiting upon a
set of political plan kj, or priuciries
almost idcnticl ifiltf IWe'- 'of rti
do,.0apt party withoht Ujfih
being taken in advance by the Liber-
als save the onp. term prjoejpley whfah
was admited by jhe Radipals to be
correct, .ut' wfici 'fitictbt m.t&t
sufficient we'sjlt-Worjc. apy ;pbapge.
In order to overthrow a strong, power
ful party, like the one now in possess-i-jii
of the Government, wjiose resopr
ctrt are iucxhaustable, it is Vidispenbi-
ill!'at an fiVV&ntiO 1 party be ' torme(l 1
upuu principles not only "correct 'and
hound, but it, m,ut, be 1 also upon
prinprples which tuU Mp? iu, advance.
vt old ideas, in order to keep pace with
(e natural advancement of the public,
jn'nd It was thatwhich" gave thrift,
proHperilY and Huc.eess to the present
arty in power; but in our candid
opinion hcy, lik the old Democratic
lrty, h:ive accompliftUrd all' tho good
tiiey ever will, , aud the louder they
J now remain in power the worse it
win uo lur uie oesb in it rest 01 me
vwhole people. But it seemed -to be
necessary that they should oppe more
succeed and hold in their hands,
covered' all over as they .are witji
fraud - J arid corruption: t which has
swelled to proportjons jo gigantic "jthat
that' its v'efr n)entiop, mantle? "our
governmental cheek in,shame, the con,
trol of the nation for another four
years, .in order to teach the opposition
that the old name of Democrat, once
so well grounded in , the political faith of
this country, was not only dead but
, )ye do -not believe with those who
Jjojd the third prop,ositipn-that jthe
present party is to remain in power
until ' the time shall come when the
people will be compelled to rise in their
strength and drive them, in conse
quence of their corruption and oppres
sion from place and power at the
point of the bayonet but are firmly of
opinion that when the poeple shall have
time to take the second sober hoagtt,
and, shall with uncovered eyes see the
jrottpncS f this "present dominant
party: when the honest element in the
country, ahall cast the bean out of its
own eye, and lay aside its own politi
cal prejudice and 'superstition ; when
the shall realize the fact tint' in ofder'
to succeed4 they must let go old fogy
ism, and keep full pace with the car of
progress when they shall be willing to
grant and freely extcod...to all other
citizens the rights and privileges which
they exact for themselves, and hug so
closely to thejr bosoms as the sweetest
blessing ffom God to wtnj when all
who "are sincerely opposed to the
shameless ? corruptions of the present
dynasty, shall come forward-and unite
their efforts as people' of sense rfno
wisdom, and will 1haf oneraach p9wer
shall no longer prevail ; th$t the peo
plft'money Rhall no longor be used
to purchase the scallawag vote of the
country; that the appointing power of
the Government shall not be lused by
any political party'foi if own perpetu3
atipo : that monicd monopolies formed
fur thd pnrridbe of controlling the Gov
erpment shall be allowed no longer to
live ; that all manner of political rings
dperating sccrctlywttp oatJfit tnc n
tercst of society and good government,
shall be hold in disrepute and branded
as treason ; the landlord shall not im
pose upon and oppress-the .landless j
that every citizen shall stand upou
equal ground and that j all j shall
receive their just deserts according to
to their conduct in society, whether
rich ot poor: that all citizens
of proper age apd souud mind, shall
enjoy equal privileges and immunities ;
that ourundaincntal law shall' ho bo
chatiged as to permit the citizens to
vote directly for President and Vice
President, and to elect their Senators
as wen as ivprcseotatycif tqioo,
Congress of the United States; that
life-offices shajl be abolished j that no
man shall be elected" a pccoud timo to
the, Prcsideucy of these United States ;
that a largo portion of the power now
vested in the Chief Magistrate shall be
taken away apd and u.ed only by , the
sovereigns themselves ; that no amend
ment shall ever be made to the Consti
tution of the United States, without a
direct reference to the people, and. in
short, WTicn they shall decree by a
united voicoj tba; tjicsp. relics pf WW.
archyhieh have lingered so eteadiiy
in and about our cherished institutions
since the time when the Father of our
country, assisted by thcGrea Ktepal.
4nltothedl his sword apd 4dmplled
publicly proclaim that
we were frco4 Bliould bo fchakeh ofl 'and
this prppd people be permitted to
toikreh otj 1b the' complete realization
and perfection ofHhdV i Srnldfcrn
and prfe;tipn of Uhat1 f6rpa6f 'gbVc;
tnent contemplated by our rcvoiut
ry aires, in wpicn slavery in apy jorm
shall be dieouutenauced, and wherein
freedom and equality which shall bring
the greatest good to the greatest
1 1 ' - - r
number, uliajl be forever established.
and perpetuajed. Ilicpauu Until
then, shall we. hayea government
w6Vth 'pirf)etnating, or be permitted to
w 1 1 hess'4 n'et i me w hen . political fra ud
and corruption. iSh.11 tbq unknown;
.hqoei piep instead of thieves shall be
utrusted with the ma nag. ment; of4 the
of lle people's UuMness , nod frlteoUhk
Kervunt shall bo longer rule hi" master.
We loo forward with pride .to'thi day!
when these things shall bo accom
pushed by tlie people, organized into a j
political . party, new in name, with
"progress " as its motto, and a platform
embodying thef principles 1 above-pet
forth. ; pod speed the day I though
devils howl. : -J-
CJOrjeeley i is no MoaE.- Horace
Greeley Is no more. lt i 0 no conse
quence 0 speculate as to tpe inimedt-r
cause of his death. Jlis well known
form will no more be seen among the
haunts of men an earth, lje has onc
to his-reward Whatever it may be and
we hope the slanderer's tongue con
cerning him, may now be silent.
Horace Greeley lived and died an
honest man. ile no doubt had faults,
bpt it is but human to err. That he
was one of the greatest journalists in
civilzatiop no one will deny. That he
was ever an advpeato of temper a rJBe
aand go9d morale ip society is to(o noior
rio.us to require comment. That he ws
magiianimous an.d kind to the poor,
hundreds can i.estify. '"hat Jie was
a faithful and loving husband, an
affectionate and kind hearted father,
and a good, peaceful and law.abid-
'. ' m '5- . . V.' "
ing citizen, even bis worst enemies
dare not dispute lie has left eart'a
scenes and followed ip quick time his
life loo bosop friend to the Eternal
uorld. ile was one of America a
h5porabl.o and distinguished citizen.
l'eace to his ashes. !
Mrs. Duniway's Sunday eveutpg lee
tares are well poken of by the JieraM
and other papers. Mrs. Duniway an
nounces in the Nev Northxcett that the
has recently vi&ited Yimhill, the place
uhere so mapy great men got their
btart, and found the people changing
in political sentiment, in favor of equal
human rights. e sincerely hte our
slnteji correct in her judrent and
conjectures in this matter, but from the
actions ol the last Legislature, we arc
forced to the conclusion that the
change, it any, in favor of equal rights
regard le ol ex, is very, very ajvy. !
A Republican Legislature refused to
Howi women, eveu mothers who
more , interested than any others on
cartli, to sign petitions against the sale
and trafic of that dauiuabie poiaob
alfoht4. ,Xho sacred right of pctitiujti
for which our revolutionary fathers
fought so bravely, ii allowed to sll
adult male citizens in thU pretendekl
laud of liberty ; but i. absolutely de
nied tathe female citizens. I'M? "u !tt
fair speciMt of the ffjuility of whicli
our demairogues, fools and coward.!
- w yl. i
beast, and this 19 Republican progress;"
The Catholic Sentinel complains of
the state of public moral., and ol thju
public generally, for flocking so eagerly
to the lecture room of the so called
escaped nun. The Sentinel theu goes
on to say, that it ii no wonder that this
present state of public morals exist,
when in all our cities the windows of
" " & r St " r '
the picture foouw aro stpfled with the
worst of obscene pictures constantly ar
resting the attention of alt who paj,
both priest and people, and adds that,
u Art has been sarificed to sensuality."
All this is true, and the Sentinel might
have added more, and the Vrholc trutli
uot half beep told. It might, have
said in truth, that our art galleries and
and many of our public journals, cop
tain worda, sentenpea arid picturpjj, far
more o knee no than the publioatiou for
which Victoria Woodhull and her sister
now lie incarcerated in a fow York prU
on. The Sentinel winds pp the article
this subject by: asking the authorities
of the City, " Cannot this evil in some
St"6 De oiitigatcd?" We suppose
the Sentinel means, the evil of exhibit
ing ohseene pictures, and , the faiop
of the ppflple, miuistera of (h,Q gospel
f included consUntly running to let
"Vooml listen to' tirades of esc
nuns again8t thp Catholic religion.
Ve forbear comment. -t , .i Vl i 4 ;
The Qregon 'City WfHlen Mills haye
been destroyed by fire, fortunately for
the proprietors the mills wet 0 iosucod
oVa large amount of money ,j and the
establishment 'will bo rebuilt soon.
Vf understand that new machinery is
nfready on the way. fho fire. is 8up
posed "to be tjio work pf an incendiary,
and a reward of $2,00Q is offered fo?
trm apprehension and conviction of the
guity.party.::v:-!Vf'!--; ; i;
It is stated thai' W. Ii. Scott f will
fcooiKtake charge of the Bulletin at
Portland, and that OMeara will be
sent as missionary to thq Eastern States.
Ashland, .(oD) Deo 1. The
commissioner of indian affairs having
directed Superintendent Odeneal to
put the Modoc Indiapa upon the Kla
math Reservation, peaceably if possi
bleLut forcible if he must, he proceede
ed in persoulo execute the order. AH
.efforts 0 persuade them to agency prov
ing fruitless and they having premat
orijjy refused to g9,the matter of re
mjovipg them was referred to the milita.
ry. (Ja the 28th at pooo, Major Jack
iori of Coxupiny, R 1st Cavalry, with
tfiirty ye pen left for Klamath, and
marching continuously all the aftpr
noon and all uight, arrived at de camp
of the Moocs near the inooth of Lost
River,at seven o'clock th.e following
morning. He at once surrounded the
camp, and requested an interview with
the jiv'ad men only one of whom, Scar
raced Charley, appeared. A half
hour's conversation ensued in which
the indiuus were informed that the
the soldiers did not come to fight, but
to demand that they go upon the
rcseryation and tbey were assured th it
ample provisions had been ' made fir
tHcir subsistenpe and that they bhoul 1
Je protected in all their rights. They
re fused to accede to the demand and
yerp then pommauded to hiy down their
arms. While they were parleyiuj; on
the subject, Scar-faced Charley, raised
his gun and fired at Lieutenant Rou
tt lie who was ip front of Jis men.
but missed his aim. Instantly the
Lieutenant returned the fire and filled
,0ary. Tis caused a general sim.
ultaneous re op both sides.
; The battle was a desperate one.
lasting about two hours. i)m soldier
was killed and four wounded- Two
ciiizeus Wm Nuss and Thubar alias
" Jack of Clubs," were killed. Fifteen
Indians were killed; nearly all the
men and children, some of tpc wariors
and a numbpr of Lgrses vero captured.
Ihe Indians then retreated to the hills,
but in the afternoon returned tp the
camp aud commeuped firing again.
Three more ipdiaos were filled, many
wounded and home captured. At latest
accounts tiring at intervals was going
on. The Indians pn'aged are estimA
ted at sixiy. Thro was some thirty
more at a camp about fifteen mile
dibtant. It is upfMed that th-se
wou'd arrive the following night and
that attqiher fiht would take place
The cituen were arming and g'ttinr
ready tp jjh to the RHistauoc ot Major
JackQu, hould emergency requir
their N-rvicea- The women tapturcd
ray that among the number killcu
wete the lour di operate cl.it f?, ("apt
.Jack, ni.-u-k .lim. Tito lioctor and
Sear-laced Charlry, xiUo have been the
cau."e of all the inxubordiuation of their
follower', but about t hit, cscpting thr
I intone named, thefp tnuu dunbt "
Iater. George Conn, who hat just
arriycd from Linkvillc, leaving there at
5 V. y. yesterday and riding ail niht,
repoiti three men killed, naiud Roddy,
on tule Lake, by Modocs. The wotnor
escaped by walking iine miles to a
huu.se. Fears are enterUinvd - that
many more ar murdered. Mr. (Joint
brings letters from prominent citizens
asking for help.and A.J. Rurnctt sends
i mensagc to Governor Gtovt-r, jkinr
for assistance from the estate. A. I.
Ajpclgatc writes : " lie can't hold out
long. He must have help He was
to start lor Clear Lake last n'-ght with
a Mtiall party to give the settlers notice
and piotection. i hey arc short of
arms and ammunition. ''
From the Timet: A special term
of tjie Circuit Court for Josephine
county convened at Kerbyville last
week to try Peter liomcrlctt. an Indi
an, for thf3 crjnie of larceny iu a dwel
ling hous3. A Grand Jury was empan
eled, which, after an absence of half an
honr, returned intp Caurt with a true
bill oijaiust said defendant, who plead
guilty, and wassentcnepd to serve 'n pe
riod of two year in Uill Watkins ho
tel in Salctn. The term oV tho Court
a." ted about three hours. This is dis
pensing justice iu a hurry.
Sentence of MeCLino. Thomas Mc-
Clano was arraigned" before the court
yesterday mornjng to hear sentence
pronunced upon him by. his Honor
Judgo Ronlmin- lie was eouvicted lat
week of grand larceny. The Judge
sentenced httn to three year iu the
Peuitentiary at hari labor Ie is a good
enough ' looking . sort of man, perhaps
not over 28 years of ago. IJe received
bis senteupe with -much' indifference
wing noigns of emotion: He made no
reply when called oq to 'show causo, if
any he had, why scntcneo of the
court 'shquld ppt bp pronounced upon
him. He couldshavc earned a belter
horse than tho one he stole in lc.s than
four months and miht have been now
tp good credit at4 liberty. So he
uiirrs up heavy loser by his specula.
A Mr. Sherwood, of THlAtnook who
was recently stopping at tie' house of
Jlr. G. V. I'hiiiips, near Amity.com
plained of being unwell. He was
uoti?'edtto drop a newspaper on his lap
and then his spectacles. Upon being
addressed hp 'made no answer, wheu
it was discov.-ri'd that he was deaf and
dumb. A pencil aud p iper were given
him. ytau he attempted to write, but I
lalic auu iei 10 wwcnu.
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Published by L. Samuel,
Qen&ral Advertising Ag't. 93 Front si,
erg tf Fancy GoaJg, Toys, Crockery, etc., etc.
A 8 tor Houm), t irtl at. Bet Oak Pine. &v
erythiag ncat. Ii. LongCellow Proprietor;
.GIJLL, STEEL Sc MBAIY
No. 75 A 17 first St8 Portland:
B inuan,tte only direct importer of Clothing
Ae., cor. Front Washington gtreetn.
lloocltcr & stationer,
LARGEST STOCK IN PORTLAND.
No. 79 Froht and N". Watkhiftyn uti rrts.
EOK, WILLIAM SON, I2 Front fi.troet,
Importers anl Dealers in
i.uns, it 1 fi, u.sam) m:voi,VEHs
t of every description.
Fishing Tackle, Fancy Gooda, Iieadi,Bifl cages
Baskets, Croquet (Jame?,and baby carriages
Agents for the "California Powder Works," also'
for the ''Wheeler & Wilson Sewing machines."
Beck, John A. 129 Front st,practicat Watch.
maker A Jeweler. Work done for the Tradft
B"ooK. AND JOU PliKNI Kits'." "iliWli?
k ll4CHEi,lElt,03 Front Htreet
ucbanan, W. a.,s. w. cor. First A Taylor sts"
Cheapest Furniture House in PorUand.
.-89 Front! t.
I Itarke Henderson A Cook, 81 A 83 First St.
J Dealers in Dry Goods.Fancy Millinery, A
d "John A toisentield, lii Front at L'otaiutsston
- ercnnts A dVlri in'O gn A Cal. Produce
longle, J. B. m'nft. A dealer in Saddles, liar
Ves, A Saddlery IJardware, lf Front st.
tlurritsr, W. A Co., W.l Frout st. Mercliaut
J Tailors Clothiers, ljats, FurnUhiug goods.
DeLashtnutt Oatuian, U2 Front st. Real Es
tate Agent, money loaned, houses rented.
US TAI, ;t(J!14, C. II Woodrd , A Co
101, Front street.
HU(;(;isi. c. 11. tiUid
iui rroni street,
ers Irom any portion of the State or Territo-
ries carefully filled by mail orjrxpr-(i8.
i tail, Loweuteiu A Co.
Furniture and Car-
I i t dr- Tr
Ktorc from 131 to I .'IS Frni St.
1.1 niployuivut Agsnuy. itttcrall, u trout t.
J Furiiihoi nil kiini.i ofhelo.
vtrding k lirebt. H "Front 'street: Couiuio
2i ion Mt-rc'tsand do'lr io liotuvrtic Prod'ee.
I .a-liii.r I.iifLjr SJtalt, eor. Firrt a S'qi'ii sts.
E. Curbvtl l'r. Govd tru- out al's band
1ibel A KoWrt, tr. F;t A Waidj'giB ft
lKUr A Jfauuf. CloUiiiig Furit'g Goodi.
WAY'S ITH1.HSC STOKE,
Tt,t I;get Moiie Itoose ntheC(asL
3TEINWAY PIANOS, BURDETT ORGANS
V. L. lul l: ASS, Manager.
SOLE AC.ISKCV I'OH THE
loive'? !i;viii TJacIiiiie.
JJ avhiity .i ttiuiiio. (iro-i muU di-ak-r in
mm " lii.l. of c-oli". r.ir I'trft nl Mjiiti it.
Hauiburp r, 15. l i:nti M,, importer utid
dc.iicr in Staple Fmy Go-.h, Millinery.
Hend, D. it , Photographic Artist, . : ror
i;irt 1 M -rrifMi t. Ot.ild's Pit t, spiclly
Hurichr-i, L. C. t Co., lo.l Fr-t t. M ui'i
faft's and !t''!crs in Jewelry, Watehoa A
H I iltrl ii. L., US Front st., vh il.-.s.ile dealer
fl in Urocerie, l j rs, Waon Material, Ac.
idj?v, Ciilvi, .v Co., r Front St.. wholej.ilo
dralcr in Druss. Paint?, oiln, G'ass. Ac,
I I 6 lif-kfl I?? Sewing Machine. trigjt
14 if I MJd newlle,44 Wk stitch. 'Jin
peiition rnalffen-lc'l U. W Traver, 112 Frnt st-
Uurrcu A hindl.r, iS'os. liWi 17il irt st.
Importer Furnitoro, lU'ddin; c.
Huti lii.rn V, Watoliiiiukcr, iur, firt and
Main Sts, All work dono at Sao Francis-
International 11 tel,cor. Front Morrixson tts
M. Hudrlph, Pr. Free lUiixattcud stfatners.
tf ohn, J.A Co., Front tt., vnoUtale and
retail del'r Fine Cloth ii.g. Furn'g Goods.
Maison Doree lltitaurant, private rootns for
FaiuiHes, for l?t A Pino Ma. Q. Vuos P
Martin, E. and Co. dealers in Wines and Li
qimr. O. S. N. Co Hloek.nnd San Fran
&. ' eir A belitncvr, lit r root si., wboiuhtUe
Millor, loan ll., i'3 riret ft. Watchmaker
an, j Jetfu'ct. ollorg to tho public a Cue
nitoortment of Wate'hes,
Clocks and Jcwcln
oeller. k Co., Front nearC. st,"iJealer3 iu
natire and foreign ines and L'upjors.
Northrup k Thompson, Uardwnre,Irtm,Stal,
Tlubs, Spokes, Hardwood Lumber, o.
Oecideutal Hotel, eorut.r of First a Motriso
streets. Suiith a Cook Proprietors.
Iatriob, WatkiusA Coruoll, Kval Estate Agt
Pittoek buildiug cor. Frant a Star
1" j 1 i ii it Hi it a v I i i U 'ii o n."c. 'vTCCd'
ard A G. 101 Front Street.
Oculist and Aurlst, officei No. 73 First Stoot
Holme's Building, 3d door from Ladd's Bank,
t, tsa'l diteanes of the EYE, E Alt, THROAT
,1.1 - .
Uivbtvr, Paul ltij First street, imptr or BcT
tin weodeu carvings pari r ornaments, 40
Rosenbautu, I. S. A Co., Tobacanits.' im
porters ot Foreign and Domestic Liquors!'
Ross Houso, Front il.Ou Firs Class prin
ciplea. TuomaiUyan Proprietor. '
Q horlock, S. 61 Front 4 62 First ats. dealer
ijin Harness A Siddlery, aTSad.ltory ware.
imon, J., 6fl Front St.. dealer iu Doon.Haak
J., An Fi
aud Blinds, Window and Plato Glass. '
O insheiiuor, 11. Ii7 First st. iiup'ter of Piauos
O Organs, Shoot Mnslc, Musical Instruiuonts
kidmore.S. G ., 123 1st st. Druggist a Apt
kjcary.' Porfuuiery and Toilet urticles.
I' t!"ow "oos 3 First t, pietuaes, I'rm
3 MwultJiugs, art mutcrialau drtof ing iuttru
1 TONE ,11. No. 107 Front Street
3 Watclmakor and MannfacturingJeweler; i
appointed Agent for Waltham, Elgin, E. How
ard ICo. Cbas. E. Jacot and California Watches
also for all the production and imports of the
California Jewelry Company, San Francisco.
Send for circular Watches repaired in the very
best manner, WARRANTED to give satisfWn
4J initb, Pt., liroker, VO Front st. Dealer i
Legal Tenders Gov Bonds and Gold Dn
miih k Daris 71 Front ft. wbolesaieDregs
Paints, Oils, Window. Glass, eU. ....... .
Terry Bros. N. 178 First street, manafact'ra
and dealers in Furniture, Bedding Ac.
rilhe Clothing Store, 113 Front st, Cloting
X Fn'ng good Boots, Shoes. Ilarris Prat
Tuttle, II. II. 142144 Front tret. Dealer i
Wagons an A g Cultural Implements.
f jlyler J. A 147 Front st. wholesale dealer in
J. Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Lard, Bacon etc.
illiams A tyyers. b Central Block Iront
st. Commission Merchants: deal' in pr'do
faalley' A FeSeiiaar, AUojrneys and ttolic
itws in Bankruptcy. Office 0. F. Teml
OR EGO N
The onirs-igned will commence soliciting
for a BUSINESS QIltBCTQH Y qt the Stats;
of Oreqom io a few days ; and, to make it
sccessful, respectfully request the cooperation
of all persons interested in the welfare ef the
country. The State has now reached that.
position when a yearly summary of ber progress
s necessary, hence the ralue of a, work which
will combine, io a .tiunseJi form, ail matter,
of public interest.
The work-in contemplation will embrace a
general sketch of the Bute; its physical as;
pectg, geplogy, botany, toology, commerce,
manufactories, societies, public buildings
productions, and all otlier subjects on which
iuforuuiticn is required. -
Tbe work will illantrted with fkefebes of
soibm of the leading prominent scenery of the
State aad its compilation will be under the
charge ol JMRTiftKa. Mi HFiir,EsQ ,wboe re
cent work iB Washington Territory has bees
highly t-oiu mended by the press and public.
Tnts DrsiNEts Directoht of each town an
city wid bc'cotnplvte ; and that, with sketches
ol i-rji lj place, should uj kj it inraluable to tbe
merchant, faru e an 1 m.chanic.
A an advert ixing medium it will be tho lt
yet iotroiiMMi in tha Stat-j, as it will be uf
uch importance that it will aiw;y retaiu
n a prominent positiou for felefeie.
THE RATE Or A oTKUTI Jli(; ytVL MK A?
0.e Page, ......... ....t;... ....S'Zn,
Half Iaffe, i0.
i-a rd .
jpir Advertisers taking one page will receive,
a copy of the book gratis.
Irice;ofwork will b- f 2 5A.
The book will be distributed on every
route of travel and public rdAwTin! fj10
S, J. xMcCOUMICK, Publisuer,
IO FltONT STREET. PortUnd
EVERY BQDY THADIS AT J
Erich & io r e
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OM
Otttb of ?itk?a For sale 0,eo fo cash.
The highest jaaike prfj paKl lor all Sor..
of coutvtry produce My totto Cheaper tfcan?
the cheapest. y( v Blown, " " ' ' '
J. If. JLcttlcuiier, ropr
A cbotco selection ofj
ml Xut bearing trees and somo rare
Shrubery, kept.on baud.
Nov 9 2m
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