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S he v i b e c a I l nui b I i nt n
1 A C S AT UlD Al , I)E C 11.
ot-ncrvr, paikb for ioj.k
COUNTY. , s
iS-atc of Oregon, ") I
Executive Office. f" i
Satcta. Joc, 10, Ur2.
Whereas by virtue of an act of the
legislative Assembly of the State of
Oregon, entitled, An Act to protect
Litigants,' approved October 24, 1872,
it is made the duty, of the Oovcrnor ?of
sahl State to designate by order filed
with the Sccvetay of the State one
newspaper I of 'each County within the
.Slate, in which, shall be published all
judicial and legal advertisctnemts for
Nov. in pursuance of said law it js
beiebv orcdred that the "Libk&ai
Kki-ukmcan " published at Dallas,
hi the County 'of Polk and State of
Oregon, bo and the same is hereby
designated as the newspaper in which
shall be published the advertisements
aforesaid for the County of Polk in
L F. G ROY Kit,
S. F. CriAWick,"
; , Secretary of State.
Tllli i KIWI I) LINT'S flIKsSAGD.
The message is at hand, and we
'have given it as yet but little attention
because we have been too busy ; but
jvc have examined it sufficiently to
learn ihaC Z II'.1 2 set down, and take
it place among the most uniniportau,
feminine state papers of the Govern
mcnt, and w'e predict that it will be
treated as such in the House of its
f icuds, if not severely criticised.
However, as1 we have before intimated,
we do not charge the fault upon Grant
particularly," for we fully understand
his inability to produce a better one.
Tii message evidently was not written
by the President although its substance
was probably dictated by him. The
composition sounds very much like
th:it of Mrs. :Seuator Williams.
Tt is, however, the message itself
wi h vhieh we have to deal and not
t -1 o question of who wrote it. Speak
i tg of the Alabuua Claims, the
President says : The arbitrators
however disposcd-of the question which
had joopordiied , the whole of the
treaty, a ;.d threatened to involve the
two nations in unhappy relations
toward each other, in a manner entirely
satisfactory to this Government, and in
accordance with the v'icts and the
policy which it had maintained."
The reading of that portion of the
menage is sufficient to show how
ignorant Grant must bo as to the policy
of the Government on that subject,
cr by design he misstates the facts.
It is well known that the dispute arose
upon the question of indiiect darr.agc.s
of which a large portion of our claim
consisted ; and that upon that ground
alone, the whole arbitration came
within a hair's - breadth of . failing
. through. Kngland demanded retraction
on the part of this Government, and
threatened to ignore the whole concern
and fight in case her preemtory demands
were not complied with. Grant and his
Cabinet weakened, and the arbitrators
went on and awarded fifteen millions
iii place of ten hundred millions which
were due us ; a'ndtfhe great men of the
civilized world looked on and laughed,
regarding; the whole thing as a farce,
and nothing more or less than a game
of bluff on the. part of John liull
against America, Johnny holding a
full hand with two aces in his sleave
The message fails to state what the
cost to our Government, of the arbitra
tion, was; but we Very much' . floubt
whether the fifteen million will be
adequate to pay the Williams family
for their bPrvicies, say nothing of 'the
balarre? of the Joint High Commission.
Speaking qf our matters with China
and Japan, the '"'President recommends
that Congress , iuaJc3 an appropriation
for the support of four American youths
it each of these countries, to learn the
C lmcse language so that our ministers
t'lere shall at no distant day, be sup
plied with reliable interpreters.
lie recommends that no further
reduction of taxation be made.
lie recommends that Congress pro
vide another system of national
cuirency. lie is in favor of raising a
great number of committtcs for divers
purposes, and making appropriation
therefor. He favors another ' increase
of salaries to all our heads of bureaus.
He admits that the carrying trade of
the world has gone into the hands of
other nations, that wc have lost it, and
recommends that a few millions of the
people's money be expended 'iu trying
to regain it. He exhibits the fact that
the expenses cf the Department of
Justice has been greatly increased in
cousequnce of having to enforce the
fifteenth amendment, , and the acts of
Congress to enforce ilie rights of citi
zens. He says there are a great many
lawless and reckless men in the South,
but he has no doubt that a large
majority are in favor of the full enjoy
ment by all classes of persons, of those
rights to which they are entitled under
ythe present laws ; but he says nothing
of those sacred rights to which a large
portion of oar citizens ore not entitled
andcr existing laws. This may be deem
cd the quintessence of radical reform,
and very consoling to those who are
struggling for liberty and equal rights.
lie declares that he is inclined to look
with favor upou many of tho applica
tions made to hnn for the pardon of
criminals, but wants' 4 it distinctly
understood that he wants the law rigor
ously enforced, lie declares that so
long as he is President he intends to
adhere to the civil-service rules, but doe
not inform us what they are; according,
however, from the extras that came to
hand during the campaign, and high
authority 'from those in position under
J'- it means simply that the Prcsi
taxed to carry on elections to perpetu
ate themselves in power beyond what
they desire to pay voluntarily.
The President ?ays nothing about
amnesty or any policy for the South
He says nothing of extendiii" the
principle of equal rihtj. He makes
no mention of the lamentable condition
of our finances or propose any policy
for the future in relation thereto, lie
makes no disclosure of his intention
in regard to S;u Domingo except to
advise tho Government to interfere
in the present troubles in Cuba. In
fact tho whole message is tilled with
just what was well known ? before the
eh ction by all who read and as to
.- . l r 1 ; '
aiJuiunstration will bo tlic I'resiUcnt is ;
Lttioant Orc.ax. As will bo ncm
by reference elsewhere, the Lir.
er A L iU.i'in'.LifiAN' has been desi'na
t:d a-? the Official Orran of Polk Coun
ty by His Excellency, Governor ($ rover.
We thank the Governor for this mirk
of his esteem, and shall labor to per
form our work faithfully, and in n
manner acceptable to all. To our
loaders we promise tn the future a pa-
per that will be a welcome -tt st to
every family in Polk and adjoining
counties. That Cute ' Picture.
The Western Postal Hccord, pub
lished at Chicn'o, the most reliable
postal paper in the Union, says:
" TIow it is that the proprietors of
Ot;rt FiRKsinK Fkienh can oivk
away to every subscriber a beautiful
chronio of 10x20 inches and which
retail.s everywhere at SlO, is more thnn
we can tll. Hut they do it. And it
ia certainly an elegant picture. The
subject is most pleasing, and it will be
a beautiful ornament in any household.
Oua Firf.sidi; Fuiknd has attained a
very larjjo circulation, and is firmly
etablished as one of tbe leading family
weeklies of the Union.''.
From the Times: Over; forty
volunteers to astiot tho Hcttlera in the
Iike country, have left Jack?onvillc
during the week, a?d about a3 many
more have left Ashland, Fhomix and
other places. Thero are still several
from all parts cf tho county
volunteering, anl the red skins will
have quite an army to fight, who will
mako it uncomfortobly warm fur
The board of Equalinaton adjourned
lat Saturday evening for ten days, to
to give the clerks timo to classify the
statistics of assessments for j further
use. This was found to be a ivork of
some length and requiring., the
assistance of another clerk. ; so while
the clerks cipher out from the assess
ment roll.-, tho information wanted, the
members of the Hoard havo! takan a
f pin home, till Tuesday the; 17th. -
laws or OH lid ON.
We publish forlho benefit of our
readers j the act - establishing a . State
Board of 'Equalization. The Governor
has appointed John Whitakcr, Hon. Ni
U. Gates and cx-Governor Geary Lv
i - -
Curry a$ such lioard who are now at;,
work atjSalem. j
An Act to provide for the State
Board of Equalization.
Be it j enacted by the Legislative As
sembly of thetState of Oregon : :' M '
t Seo. I 1- There shall be a State
Board of Equalization, consisting of
three members to be elected in Joint
Convention of the Legislative Assem
bly of the present 'session, and in case
they should fail to elect said Board of
Equalization shall be appointed by the
Governor. The members of said Board
shall hold their oiiicc for the term of
four years, and until their successors
are elected and qualified : Providing,
however, that the Governor for cause
may atany time remove either of the
members of said Board.
Sue. 2. The members of said
Board, before entering upon tho dis
chart e of the duties, shall tako and
subscribe an oath of office, as follows :
"I , do solemnly swear that
I will support tho Constitution of the
United States, the Constitution of the
State of Oregon, and that I will faith
fully and impartially discharge the
duties imposed upon me' a member ot
the Board of Equalization for the State
of Oregon ;" which oath s.inll be filed
with the Secretary of State.
Sec. 3.' Said Board shall meet at
Salem, the capital of the State, on the
ecoud Monday of September, in each
year, and remain in ses.-ibn until the
business that may properly came before
it is properly di? posed of. A majority
of the -Board shall constitute a quorum.
Sf.C. i. At the first meeting of
' 4 u!, J fyj in the r. recced-
"tug section, i? shall make and aJopt an
rules and regulations necessary to carry
out the purpose of this act; and not
to in conflict with the laws this State.
Sf.c. It shall be the duty
aid Board, to make dihtnt inquiry,
ami manner in which!
e a- c,,.,r. and cJloct... of the i eye j
jeinthi.Siej erhHui their dunes,
sunt if lln-re wi-; r-:itii:i f:Ii iatln to'
i- i i
has failed Jo or refused tj p .rfuim any
of the duties imposed upon him hy
law, then ?aid llo.tid .ha!S at once make
a thorough inveatiatioii f the uuttcr
and if,alier .ueli investigation, it appears
to said l';ird th;it oiVn er has foiled or
!.l i . ' f i rr- .1 tl i
1 tr.oroM-o, vun iihukh.,,.:. io .uc. j
uisirict i attorney w iustuute avaiustt
t 1 . J, , -
such o Cider the w -A TiroetvJiivjs t i.it
sucholhcerbn tuicredhunlt Iwe j
rind it shall be tbe d'l'V of the district
attorney to obey r:ich instructions.
Sf-e. .!'. It ba!l be a further duty
ol Miid liottd, fj'oin time to lime, to
mako a dillicnt t .tuaiiiiu'i on as to
whether the a,-csu;ettt made by the j
ass or.s t,l the several hiiUhs in (lit
, - i ' !
, ... i ... u: ..! ..
j f.ro.Juet ;ons
UVJ' , ' , V State upon the Stato 1 re -.surer, wh
reluM-d to fuuy d,,char l.,s dnl.es o( i lfy hj t() 0jc 8am;Mlt (lr
bn oiocv, the I,,nd -hail cert.ly the ;) ' uu, ;(J jhi treasury not other-
foci to the D.Atnct Attorney of the nnnr' r: 4, i
i . ii , . wise appronrrti-fil.
district Ui(;lti;!t- the COU:it ll ttiiH'li uk , t e M P.,,.1 r.C V
, . . , r "J 11 i I See l-. hud Jrl ol r-i iiiiz i-
t u iiiidi s nt suli i,t;i.-fr v 1 1 . . 1 1 . 1 l.i'l. ... . . . .
i l" ;"! umuu.jciuhs, "iShall take effect fr-
in. ii ni l ain ixiaru may csaniuie no:
r.ri:....l .. -..It.
in the office (if the Stcjetary td Slate,
or certified eopi.. therucf, of the difler
cnt counties, and may hear lepresenta
tions from the 15ards of Equalization
in the several counties, and such other
cvidu.ee as in iy be deemed necessary.
And said board mav, after such
examination, and at any time be bore
the County 15onh of Kqu:ilizatian
have finally acted upon the a-csment
rolls resptM'tivi-ly ot'tla ir several coun
ties, equalize such as.s-ssmtuts by add
ing to or deducting from tloT valuation
of taxable property, in any county or
counties, such percentage us will
produce relatively equal and uniform
valuations between the several counties
of this State j and the percentage so
added to or deducted from the
valuations in each of the counties of
this State shall be entered upon the
trfmal f.ihall bn lrfi!i.iiiitfol tn thr
several County Hoards ol Equalization i
in the State, before such Hoards shall
have, as Hoards of Equalization, acted
upon the assessment rolls ubon which
the addition or reduction is to be made;
and every County Hoard of Equalization
receiving 6uch ccrtifictc shall at once
equalize tho assessment roll of their
county in accordance with the action
of the State Hoard by jidding to or
deducting from the valuatian o
property, as it appears on such roll, the
percentage prescirbed by said Hoard,
the reduction or addition so made shall
relate back to the time of the original
assessment, and h:ivc the same force
and effect as if then made. In all
cases wheio the tax levied on personal
property has been collected at tho time
the assessment was made, and additions
are made under this Act, the tax on
each additional amount shall be collect
ed from the owners of "uch property ;
and if reductions are made, a sum equal
to the (axon such reduction shall be
returned to the owners of such
property, iu the maimer pi eseribeu by j
the State Board of Equalization.
See. 7. If, after hearing all the
evidence attainable, the Board is still
doubtful" as to the proper valuatian
of property, by unanimous consent of
all its members, empower a member or
he clerk of said Board, to visit such
county and make a personal inspection
of the .property in suchXcounty and
report ihe result of snch inshection
to the Board in writting ; tho person
so empowered shall receive no
compensation for his services beyond
nis salary, but all . necessary travling
expenses shall be paid to him upon the
order of said Board in the same manner
us the salary is paid : Provided, That
the action of the County Boards of
Equalization shall not do deemed to by
final until the nsscssmct rolls or certified
copies thereof have been examined by
this Board, the result of which shall
be forwarded to the several County
Boards cf Equalization as soon as
possible, in order to have the taxes
Sec. 8. The State Board of
Equalization shall frame and transmit
to the several Countv Boards o,'
Equalization the rules by which rueh
Boards shall be governed in making
the additions and reductions provided
for in section C, of this act ; and the
rules so framed shall be bindiug and
obligatory upon Boards.
Sec. J). The State Board of Equali
zation shall have power to issue subqu;
nas for the attendance of witnesses or
the production of books and papers
before it. and any member of the Board
may administer on ths or affirmations
to any witness attending before said
Boar I. Said sub; gg ia shall be served
by the Sheriff of auy county in this
State ubon witnesses within his
Sec. 10. The State Board of Equal
ization f-hall collate in a convenient
form all infoni ntion that it may acquire
in relation to the ae.-sment and cob
Jsction of revenue, and j-hall repr.re
the .same to t.'.C ovemer annually,
with Boggcstions as it may ueem pro-
; per to make.
11. Each member of said
TV.-ir.l tl.-.ll Ii Ci !vn ri kmI-m-v f;P flu.
, ., , f. . ,
. ,,T i i .: i ...
ill I'iilUiill IIUUC: iliill IHO'. llC ill tllf
s;jj)C ratc , a, . . al!nvt,f to Ilicm
of the j,;s!;lture. Sii1m ;oaI,
employ a Clerk, with
its r.nn c I !. .n 1111 nii tc ia ft ! !i it 1 1 .1 :
to tnejnbrii of thki Uoard. .
Sec l'J. The salary and inilva:e ofj
members and clerk, and incidental j
expn-os of said Hoard, shall be puid
by warrant dr iwn by the Secretary of!
)C yhmiUy f Swulnr, at the
i ,r ,t, . , .
oapilol i tnn oi.ite, lor the i'Ut t.ncs
' . . 1 , .
lIuliug- ln,,or Acl nni f,' xMu.. j
wwmrIlt r,!s ?wt rttn:t(j
t the S eretan of State ; id ('unfv
Cb rks are liorrby ref ttired to make
return to the Secretary of State of ibe
assessment rolls ol their respective !
counties on or hcf.e that date.
.- 1. I r;i - in uc ti as I hero no i
i law nu tbi
et arnl there is ereat i
dtr:fin 1 tor the itnmed.ale qualirat ion
Uf the revenues of this State, thU Act
m and after its'
fi 1 i. - rrn
Approved October ''.", INT'-?,
state y t:vs.
Ahland, Doc. 5. (Jeore Xursa
arrived la.-t a ilit from Klamath. Hr
le ft. at five o'clock on-Tuesday evfuieg
HebrtnL's news of futber munlers by
tho Indian. In all, .-o far as aserbiin
ed, eleven men have been killed, nam
ed as follows : William Hrothcrton,
William Hod ly, William H-nMy, Jr..
Hieh.irtl Ho ld v, 'hritopher Era-mus,
Hubert Alexauth-r, .John Sopor, Collin,
Henry Miller, Hufus Hrothcrton and
W. K.lbothcrton. This docs not
inc'udo thoe ki'hd in bat'le. .Mrs.
Hotherton aud sui defen ledthcm -elves
in the house two or three hours, keeb
mr up a regular fire through port-holes
The Indians finally left, and the
inmates of the house were rescued the
next day by somo soldiers. No further
danger is now apprehended to families,
as all are either posted up or fully
hropared to protect themselves An
express has been sent to Fort Warner,
and Captain Hidwell ami the troops
arc expected to arrive to-day or to
Jacks' ville, Dec. 9. Mr ()dcneal,Sa
intendent of Indian Affairs, arrived
here from lake county last night. lie
reports the arrival in the Indian coun
try of two companies of cavalry from
Fort Warner, and says that tho agsre
gate f jrce in the field, including some
Klamath Indians who have volunteer
ed, is about, 250 men. The Indians
are now being kept too busy by scout
injj parties to bo ablo to commit
anv more depredations, lie says that
within a week tho campaign will bo
prosecuted so vigorously that hut a
short timo car elapse before the .hostile
band of Modocs are taken aud the war
ended. His terms or an unconditional
surrender and the punishment of the
murders. jUr.Odenoal left for his
headquarters at Salom to-day
POKIXANI) UUrflNHSS) JJIHliCTION
Published by L. Samuel,
General Advertising At. 0i Fi'oal si
era of Fancy (iornl. Toys, Crockery, cU:., etc.
4 star Uoiiite, f irtl Kt. llvl Oak A iiiiu. Ev
j erything neat. 15. Longfellow l'rojrictor.
N. 75 k 77 fi'rh Sts Portland;
TSj iriu;ni, the only direct importer ot Clothing
B t-ir. Front a. Waa'iinat.in street.
LARGEST STOCK IN 1'ORTLAND.
-Yo. 79 Frith f r;it A'o. Z o""i niflnil kiro.ln.
I KCK7 VrjLLIA.'f "O.V, J1"J Froiit street,
J Tinjiort rs an.l Di-alcrs in
VUSX, Ilil'J.M S AMI HMVOIA KItS
of ever j- docripti-jn.
Finding Ta.Ie,Fancy (ioovls, lJt:a.li,liird cajjes
Jia.k;t, Cro'jurt (inc?",and Laly carriage";
Agtr.tK fur tho -'Ca.lif.rniA Vmh r Wotka," alo
fr the Whee'vr it V'ilson Sewing m;tine3."
1 t k, John A. 12 Front ft, practical Watch
5 maker JL Jeweler. Work d ue for tbw Trade
JToT? " """n"! T" " "i' 177 floTKi'tr iTMtis
achi:liii:h.'..i v,f x(,h
iP ucltanaii, U . w. cor. Kim t Taylor at?"
) Cheapest Furniture Houe in Portland.
OA II PETS
WALT Kit BKO,
' M' Fr-nti t.
thirke Hmd.'rE'ni A Cook, hi ii2 First Ht
J l'u!ers ju Dry 'Jood.,F:i.nv Millinery, A
A toll ii A i
tolm A Hieeiiti'-'d, lS i-roiit t Cciiiini.--iyii
ant. A d.'.'lrs 5n O'g'' A ':il. Pruduce
I'.ngle, J. L. ia'o(t..t dealer in .Svidiof, liar
y ti(., A Sii.lil y H;ir lvirt.-, '.o', Kr'!it f.
4 1urrit-r, W. C.., lo.'J Front st. .Mvrfh:it;t
Taii-tr!' A. Cl' thi.-r.-', Hat, Fornisbiijg "iis.
5 keL.t:hmuti 4 t.i.:i!i.oi. V2 'r.,tt t. Heal K.i
j J ate Aenf. i;ioncy ioarnrd. hoaae1 rented.
P ti U;l-i, C. U' Vv....lHrd ;i, Co
w ittit;t;i r, ;
H. , urd & Co. !
ICl Fr';it fire-f,
Ordeis lrin any poitiu i f hf Ft'ife or Territo-
ri." Cr''f"v-' I'.'!.-.' ' ." ... .. n.r.
J .J ' V J O -. I v - ' ' . UllJilU
U J !'et de'ir ,-t'.r.r fr .ii! n i t i:
Fir .-t M
JJ y mj.l.iyt,i..-n A i: . tt io.. i:ul. o tr-m i.
.1 vtio. ; . I'. .!", 1 11 1
J sioii M f.-'t! iuid if'if in l.ioi'st-'tiv- l'i ..!Vf.
ti'ii: in 1
.,i-hi..i! L:vt-ry Sr.l l
K. Corl.ctt l'r. u...d
. ror. l'ri S'lii'n :
!uni-oiii alV o:i Ijasid
f.f A Wasii'i
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s'.iu: A(d:.vcv itit mu
SSowf v Scvis2r .TZac3iine.
:o mr-V V i- t !l! i.i
ail !;ir.d. .( -'-"d
lijoc-cr jtid di-aicr io
c-r First .:id Main T. i
3 g a:iii-otj: i , !i. 1.':; l'i: St.. v rur una
1 2 dc.ikr ii- St i!.!. Fasr-'y t! ?-. Mil!!n-rr. I
!I 'ioii'c I. 11 , I'ii.'t-of r.-itdiK rii-'f. . v: t-r
"I Fir., k -M-rroi, it. Chi;d t. p-.-ify
3 2 r.:;d dc
i r.-i in Jcv, r . Watcln-ji .V
! - 5 TJrX'W. L
in ) roforir-
H . -r.-. W:ifc..ti MatiTiils, i.'
-i;c. tici,',t o... From s., w..i lc
S B dfier i hriii. Faints. Oil, (i'ii.-j.
i'cvvinj: 7i.:rhiiic. tr:u;;.i'
(ro'on ,li'liii;-ii (1. W Tr:vcr, 111! Trout t.
T'iortr Fiii-iiturc ISfddins
3g uti lii"in , Wat'-rusiaWr, cr, fit.-t and t route f travel and jif,li plaee'iu! th comg
B g Main All work done hI tau Frani-i- I ,rT
fi nt'-ritutioiiu! ii .!. i-or. Front Momon tf
8 M. Kndrl'di. l'r. l ro l!(i :iti n l- slc-nnfrs,
JA nil ii, J. A Co., 1 Kronl Pt., w tid -sale ami
1 r t ; ! dtd'r Fine t'lotli irir. Fitrn'sr lloods.
S si-nn lnu e IU .-tanint, i -1 i v a t; room j..r
J'uinilie,. vor lt A l'nii' -u. O, 'oo p
f nrtin, K. and Co. deitlcr.. in W in and f,i -3
;u. r. e. S. N'. CnV l'j'iork.and ."'an Fran
,"L ? tier A . -lain -r. Ill Front -t., wholesale
J.T.1 iO;d rrta"r-(onf'-'i-'nf'r,
J ukr, ioiui J'., v.) First ft. aL louakcr
If I Htid tt'Wt'liT, lcrs to the puMio a lino
jortnn,,nt f.f .itrho, Clocks and .lcvlry .
y S noiif r. .fc in., Front near CTTPt, dealers lu
Y K ua'.ivt ttl f rein Wines and T,i,jiuiri.
Northrup l Thom ;n, Hsirdwuro,Iron,?tcel,
Hub?, S pokf". l.nrdwnml I.uniler, .to.
A fci-f iiU-ntnl Hotci, cor;ior ot First k Morriso
fx:vAt. Fmith k Cook Pmpi i.ttrs.
"a Jiirrifh, Watkin. Cornell, Ileal Kyfote. A
PittooU ImiMii.,' cur. Ftunt Stnr
I "j it Vit 1 1 it a i i : ii'6 i i . o." TJJ.i .
I ard & Co., 101 Front Street.
Oculist and Aurist, nfficc Xo. Fir."5 Stect
Holme's Building, .''. I door from Ladd's F. ink ,
at all di3eita of tho 1 Y K U, THROAT
p n-liter, F oil l(i. Firft street, iinnt'rol lier-Xi-'i"
wnnden earvings parlor unmincntii, ie
n.xenliauin, I. S. A Co., ToSaceonisM. im
porter! of Foreign and Dmnctilie Liioinr.''.
p ufs llou. Front st. On First Class Ftin
.1. rip!e.. TIj-mhiim Kyun Fmnriotnr.
Sherloek, S. (U Front 02 First ris. dealer
in Harness it Saddlery, 4 Saddlery ware.
1 imon , 50 Front sl7, dealer in l)oor,8wik
y and Hhnds. W imlow ami l'l,i! (5 ln.t.
8inslietmer, 11. la' first st, imp'ter of Pianos
Organs, Sheet Musle, u jioul Instruments
kidniore.S. tl., 123 1st ft. Druggist Apt
ary. l'orfuracry tmd Toilet nrtieles.
now 4 Uoos 73 First ft, niettues, frames
.a ..... .
k j .Uouiduis, art dlaietiiiiastiiauing tnstru
riTOM':,M. L, No. H7 Front Street
3 VVatclmakar and ManufacturingJeweler; in
appointed Agent for WaHbata, Klgin, E. How
ard ACo. CLaa. E. Jacot and California Wathe
also for all the production and imports of tb
California Jewelry Company, Ban Francivco:
Send for circular Watcbes repaired in the very
best manner. W A, J.A7,f'; Vill1
n mitb, Put., Uroker, H -Front t. dealer
Legal Tenders Gov li'faida and Gold Dm
S" lnirh & Davis 71 Front U wbolesale, Drug
Paintu, Oil, Window. UlaiafeU. -
fllerry Uros. N. ITS First afreet, manularfrs
X and dealers in Furniture, Bedding te.
rfne Clotbing Store, 11 Front fit, Cloting
J Fn'ng good Boota, Hbocs. Harris A I'rat
rputtle, II. II. 142114 Front street. Dealer i
J Wagons an Ay.:ti!tiiral Implemnty.
rgyler J. A 147-Front et. wholesalo dealer in
-H lj"tjlggg'Cht'c3e ljar(b aconetc.
Trhain?"A Myers. 5 Ceuirul Biock . Front
?f tt.. Coin minion Jlerchants. dcaFin pr'dc
i i i "
Wbitlley A Jrecbeimer, Attorneys And tolic
iiors iu Bankruptcy. Oiiicc 0. F. Tem'l
O R E G O N
T O 11 Y.
The undersigned will commence soliciting
for a tUXLi:$S DWFVroii Y ot tbeSrATe.
of Op.co-f in a few days ; and, to make it
seeeesf'ul, reiipcctfully re jue?t tbe co-p4ratiou
of all persons interested ii tbe welfare of the
country. Tbe State has now reacbod tba.t
position wLeoa yearly summary of ber progress
s. necessary, hence tbe valu of a-work wbick
will coDibi-it, in u coudcuded furm, all m.Uter
of public interest.
The work-in contemplation will embr:ic a
general keteh of the .State; its pbyedcul a
pect., geology, Lotany, zoology, cuiuincri-o,
inanufactorie-', societiui, public Luildiog
production, and all otWcr iu'.jects on wLicii
j information i? required.
The work will ie iilu.nrated with kttch?3 of
."Hie of ta leading promineiit scenery of tho
1 j .S tat? nnd it. coiuoiLiou will l under the
charge ol J.-Moiu 1.4 i;k M mi-H v,l."v., wnovr !
cnt v-rk on Washington TerriU.r- ha. been
'-hly coaju.ondcd f y ti.o pre.- aiid puuttc.
ThK lU'Sixr.-s Ioni -niT of ench town and
ity wi.l cotnjjlctu . mid that, with !"ktt Lts
ot each pl.o-e. should m.iiic it invaluuldo to tU
merchant, faruie: aud mechanic
As un advertising: tus limit it will the bvti
vet inliod 1..-0 t in th-Kt..;c, as it il! t.e ..f
-u. h iuniors mo.-, that it -.v ill nUvayf l.a rctaiu.i
;i proiiiiti?;.! p ..i;ion loi ntcrtrio-c.
TiO" i.'Ati: AOVK i!ri-.i(: W1I t. ii? i .
One I'ac, ..
. ... .
rff-Advertiser. taking ue p;; will rccciva
.1 cy of tUo IkioV gratis.
, lricc"urwork w ill bo $i .,
Tbe Wik will lc distributed on evory
S, J. McCOHMICK, Fuklishku,
IO.' FltOXT STKKirr, lrtlal
EVERY BQOY TRADES AT THE
. . .. If & i a
&s ric k star g
THE BEST AjSSOKTMXXT 01
mix goo ns,
C. HOCK U IKS
IIAHDWARK, Jfee. U1
South nf Portland For ?a' cheap for ca-jt.
Tho highest market p.iee ).aid for nil soils
(if cnuntry produce. My motto . Cheaper tlo
tho cheapest. W C Jhowu.
J. EI. Bcttlcisiior, I'rop'r,
A choice selection of
and Nut Fearing trees -Shruhery,;kcpinnhund,
ORNf At FXTAI
and soino rar
Nov i 2m