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TOWN ASH COUXTY.
iukFc-VU. Tbe following are the
- rf fhc ocrsons and the amounts
"ubcribed to tue Michigan and V iscou
ll.i relief fI!11 :
10 00 H SafTairans. $5 00
J0 0'J J W Cochraa, 5 00
10 00 I Selling. 5 00
10 00 E D Whitlow, 3 00
10 00 J L Barlow, 5 00
10 00 L Schonberg. 1 00
10 00 T Fields, 5 00
5 00 W F lligufieldo OU
5 00 Win Canong. 1 0!:
2 50 R Smith, 2 5(
2 50 W 1L Marshall. 5 0i
4 00 J Allen. 1 (h
2 50 J D Miller, 5 0;
2 50 F Miller, 2 0
2 00 Cbas Whallcy. 3 0-
1 00 T Bart'.ett, 5 0
2 50 J D Locey, 2 5
2 00 A Cnnistock, 5 00
4 00 1 UVis.se. 1 00
2 50 J Woittnan, 1 00
2 00 la-cob. - 5 00
1 00 F O McCown, 5 00
5 00 S Aekennan, 5 00
5 00 L T Barin, 2 50
2 50 Eddie Warren, 50
j I Warren. -j
x liius.s iker.
(j r Church,
W C Johnson
J T App-'"sua
c v ropy.
A J Appersoa.
) S McDonald,
A N -Miller,
(j T Locey.
I G Cook,
Cash A II B,
J M Bacon.
A J Cason.
Jn addition to tbe abovo a collection
was taken at tbe Congregational Church,
arid Messrs, A. Noliner, "Jhas, Warren, S.
J). l'op. and ol hets contributed, at the
Slate Fair. W. Fish & &u front a con! i i
bution as soon as news oi' the disaster
A siv--:-: mkxts. T li M. E. Church was
reopened last Sunday evening Tor its reg
ular ntontbly pirfurnnne. We were not
present, bul'k-arn that a full bouse was in
attendance, and that it was a success for
the boys, who cheered the performer?
Instil V- " We suppose persons engaged in
petting up these Sunday evening's amnse
i!ieiitswou!d be horror-stricken if some
one was to have a theater open on that
i.i 'ht. et these 'concerts" have all the
anmunict; of such, and how any pjrson
claiming to have any lespect for the Sab
bath can engage-3'- them, is a wonder to
-.is. and to most persons who '-remember
the Sabbath day and keep it holy." It is
n ;t our ;!ac." to judge mortals but these
-mnivris" we regard as far more inpiri-
,iis !( '.l.e voiinir than anv theater or pu!- i
"u. j)iace of anittsertient; forlhoy is labeled
ii s'.i. h. and oarents will keep their chil-
;o:n them, while the. concerts -steal
,.f I. n fi.v, f'K. lt..-.-ll
CuSTUACr Lkt. The contract for build
in" a bridge and culvert across the hollow
ll0r;h of the Congregational. Church, 'on
Main street, v.-as let last Monday evening
)V the Cits7 Con not I, for the sum of $013.
is a m a eh needed improvement, and
is-;! l.rr.bablv save the city a little bill of
bunages. ir;eo: wmiui-i ''i i"'1!"'-,.,v.-
h ave. is where" does Mr. Meidrum get
lUiC'Y tO UO SO mttCtl WOfK V.'Uli ItliS
it is a qe.e.-'.i!':; wh"tt taken into
deration what, Huh; has be:i done in
nasi vears. Mr. M., fs the right man m
the right place, and if tie. has the office
three "year-, lie will have a brick pave-
! -j vv a
aid to tt
d';or of every
are on V ooai.-! u
1 .. !,....
the n oner river. Tue former up
Lincoln, and the litter un
J I'aue. ' e iearu
wheat along t he
s far n:i a.- Lincolti h;is
-ie srlv ad brm2rat Pwti. anu
are ;uixe-a!y waiting
;t- to enable boats to'-
ks A son oi our worthy
.s in iov.ii la.-t Monday.
There n v o a
was no utuHt'.! di-;iav ot cereuii
'.he occasion, and we Hid not see spy c I
our Radical Iriends give him that warm
jvc-pt:oa due to one who has roy:;!
bi Lis veins Had he come Irota
1. hi ii:-tead of the reservaiion .
Pay t l". o e v.'u'.
us h.r s.tbscriptio
d ask those indebted
to caii and pay tip.
on our h
year. v. h
! v.lic (.
o c li tints.
'e US tol" tue pa-l
tiige us by soaar-
Ar;)iTioXAi.TEAc:a:ii. Miss Annie Goo.'
is been t
tn ployed as assistant teacher at
i.uy." This makes now five
We learn that there are over
ed scholars in attendance, and
two hun It
thev uro s
from the country.
sell from the
.igons at a
dollar p.T br.rdH'l. C tile Kelts
are from 43 to 4. Wheat is .t ... . Appies
are selling at 37 cents. Willi the excep
tion of apples, everything the farmer has
brmgs a big price, ana umuv s.i, .
Kor, .:t of hoes trotn un tue va!
Saturday, and now is busily engaged in
making "them into bacon and hams. He
! prepared to p iv the btgdiest market
price for pork, and wants all he can get,
F k lis o n a b- D r Watkins, of Portland,
was in town last Tuesday. He c i:ne on
professional business in ccnsultatiori witii
i.)r. Barclay, in the case of Mrs. Smith who
is iving dingeruuslv ill.
L vw Finn. It will be seen by a card.
Warren c: Forbes hive fornt-
ed a 1 i-.v firm. Tl
v are bo n clever
thunen and will attend promptly to busi
ness entrusted to their care.
oCKtcriNH. o e are in re
ceipt ot the proceedings of the last meet
ing ot the City Council, but they are re-e-Yved
too late Ibr publication m this
. partner of
me two weeks
ago. since which time nothing ha
beard ol him or his wheteabouts.
BHOKrt. 1 :
D.ivton bioke her sha.t
ilch has been sent to l'ort-
last, Monday, whl
land for repairs.
i Lie Cai.eope is runtang
la ti.e Dayton s place.
crs to the
-We call attention of
Jvertisement ot Mess.r. Gill
Steele. They have
ia the mu.dcU line, and their goods are
i3 represented. Give them a call.
Rivutrr Low. The river was lower last
Monday between here and Milwaukee
than it'has been known for a number of
vears. The unner rivtor is alo very low.
cow belonging to
Stic was shot; to relelve her of her misery
To Sa-t The sfeams'iip Aj ix' is adver
tised to leave Portland for Saa rrantvco
to-ia rroy, at 5 o'clock p. ra.
Dtssoi.rrroN. As will be seen by an
firm of Hurab-
bee a dl
Dance. There is to be a dins
Myers Hall to-night. The '-boys'
poet to have a fine time.
Gvx Sao?. Mr. A. J. f a-nri has or
a gun shop one door north of tbe en
Is Tim Dr.Y Docx. Tho Albany
been placed ia the drv dock for '.
IIeah. We have put anew - head"
on our paper in wees.
NEIV JERSEY ELECTION.
Tkentox, Nov. 7. Parker la probably
elected Governor by from 3.009 to 5.000
majority. Totb branches of the Legisla
ture will be Republican.
Newark, Nov. 7. The complete returns
of this city gave Parker (Dern.). for Gov
ernor. S2S majority being a Democratic
gain of over 2.000 over the Charter elec
tion of last month.
Walsh has been beaten for Governor of
Xew Jersey mainly by a defection in the
city of Newark. Parker's maioritv is be
tween 3 000 and 4.000. Republicans
have the Senate but the Assembly is in
Chicago, Nov. 7. Medill's majority for
Mayor is probably 27.000. It s 'believed
that mne.een out of the twenty Alderman
on the Medill ticket are elected. The b'il
ance of the ticket for city and county offi
ces is elected by a large majority.
Returns from the State are verVmeairre
but show a slight vote. Reverse (Re'
publican) is elected to Congress by prob
ably 20.000 majority.
Republicans elect Congressmen at lartre
in Illinois. b
Republicans gain several Senators in
Maryland, and one-fourth of the House of
.veiegaies is J.epublican. The Republi
:an vote in Maryland is heavily increased
hough White (Democrat) is elected Gov'
Wisconsin gives over 10.000 Republi
can majority. Both branches of the Leg
islature are Republican.
Sr. Pari.. Nov 7. Returns from seventy-eight
cities and town; cive Austin (Re
publican) 3.123; Young (Democrat) 1.(505.
The vote of Ramsey county and the city
of St Paul is not yet counted, and will
probably reduce the above majority con
Richmond. Nov. 7 Returns are meagre,
though enough is known to insure a large
Conservative majority in the Legi.-lature.
Tiie aggregate Conservative majority will
N::w York, Nov 7. --The Democratic
majoriy in ti.e city is estimated at 30.0t)0.
L'dwi;h was generally abae.djiied by
Tatntnanv and was badly beaten. From
the complexeioii of the returns received
from the interior of the State, it seems
that the Republicans hive elected twenty
out of thirty- two Senators, and will have
a majority in the Assembly, Outside of
the city the oulv Democratic Senators be
lieved to be elected are Traev, of the
ardetiburg. of the F
ii-iano. mi.j io o Oi inn wenrv-i r , i
In Brooklyn. Rowel! Democratic candi
date for Mayor is elected and nearly the
entire ticket. The Reform ticket received
but few votes. Si gel is certainly elected
Register ov r Shaudley by 10.00) to 15.
Ood nvijorily. The vote of the fourth Sen
atorial District stands thus: Tweed, 10 1 18
Ros.-a. f; ;;:;5.
The VYvri'l says returns from the State
indicate tin? election of tho Republican
ticket by 20 000 majority. As it never
rains but it poms, the majority may be
even greater than this. We have lost the
State Legislature and Republicans will
1 not Sail lar sjort of two-thirds Vote in
MAS A CIlUzETTS.
j Washburn carries Massachusetts by a
I m jodty of 100.200. and a plurality of 25,
! iim'J to 3o ''00. Out of 250 members in the
I House the Democrats have (if. and of -li)
Senator. they have four. The Council
and all other State officers are Republican.
By a combination of Labor R-.doriners
and Denmera's. there wii! be a slight gain
in the number of Dem cra'ic members.
The House wii! stand : Republicans, 17u ;
Democrats. C! .
NE'.Y YORK NEH'S.
Nitw YoitK. Nov. 1. Titree won in. Vic
toria Woodiiull, Tennesse Claflin and
I Marv A. Leiand. registered their names in
owed to vote on Tuesday
Nkw Yotttc Nov
ys that from three to m
ix millions will be
rev-overed I ruin Twi;ed. whose aiders and
a'lettors will be proceeded e.g linst.
Nkw Yon;:, Nov. 6. The
office of the
Hubotten Lc-'oV;- was gtiittd this morning
by unknown parties, it is believed to
have been done at the instance of a rival
De m era ; i c fac t io n .
the resignation of
I Secretary Fish, and s.iys editorially tnat
the country has been aliitcted with rumors
i innumerable concerning the resignation
of Mr. Fish. These anally have crystal
! ized into the statement; which we have
from Washington, in a shape so authentic
and ti ustv, or: h v that we are Cumpelled to
give it credence. I
Seventeen indictm'mfs have been fotmd j
against the former Minor. j
'i'he Board of Trade have agreed to j
send ten thousand dollars of the recent
contribution intended for Chicago to
Michigan and Wisconsin.
Republicans strongly urge the election
of ex Governor Seymour to the Assembly
from the Nineteenth District.
IVASH1XC TON NEWS.
Washington. Nov. 4. The Internal j
Revenue receipts for the fiscal vear !
amount to J Is. (500.730.
The President to-dav appointedGeo.il.
Id arte, of i'emisylvarn a. Minister Resident
at Const.uiunop'-e. vice Mov eag. resigned. !
and John Hunt Hawes, for Hakodadi.
The (ioverument is in ves-igat ing the
charges against Juag
Co v, !Ol linu i v u. J!iui.i:i,i. ii ici.iiiou io
formerly o! Ind
? -. . . . t , i n ...
ctbn w;tn the no nr. ties ana pen-
sious due the Indian soldiers of the Creek.
CIkm ukee a'ei Seminole nations who served
frontier dtirltig the rebellion
i a!le -ed that the frauus amount to
I 0 .'0. and some check payment- for boun'y
1 were cashed by tb' A-ststatit Treasurer at
S New York noon t!
e indorsement ol' dead
X r i g ! 1 1 o r h i a i e .-. 1 3 .
r s name
A Wu.-d.ir.r-fon di-ratch to the jl-.-ni a .-ays
the action of the Chief Clerk of the Pen
sion Office will be investigated by Con
gress. One of the schemes in which he
w ts concerned was leasing the Seaton Ho
tel, which was s:.Cure-l for three years at
3 10.0 J0.
so r; tiil'izn NEH's.
Atlanta. Nov. 4. Acting Gov. Con
noly's mess ;g? was read to-dav. He says
nothing about, the election, and ho:
there win oc n
o crroirol for further re-
tays be cannot now
?:eaK ol me u.s
bonds, and urge.-
vestigalioti c.f the
a a se;s
t j e PSinirinn ' '.
taws, ana promtst
power snarrt c t
v; au vises tree ,. u.-,ti.,r.
i sc')'ids and urcresi th:i
iiT idons of ti
Suite should be f
BA-Tr40aK. Nov 4. A mass nieeti
the Ueni tic rat io co ne
uve party was
d-1 t o-tiigh: in Mon;unental Square, to
f protest against proceedings in Sou hCir.)-
Una under suspension of win of habeas
ymr,VJr ,ne vanou. w.,raspa-
i ra-l -d.
''my j!i!i'!-ii!! uresiueu. ev- ; T
resolutions were adop'ed. and ad-
i dresses d.divered by Messrs. Johnson and
j the Mayor and others
C At ba.f-psst 0
I d or
ilea trampled over women and
cnt:are-i in i-c.r at
. - . - l3 : L A
Elevea were kill-
on?;l i O CiOCrv i-i-i liTgll.
gme ; ca.uma . un mh iovoi m ne Ai .ca . Uon, be t.nfere1 on mhmt of this
I r'JPSwt Ckurc!- corn,.r of ti,lh.anfi loik Idge. and a copy of tho same be sent to !
r -"V " 1 " "'"i iue lamuy u, our deceased Sister and also
,-rai : f.i:,,oa eupp.rrootn and tb whole j to the G 1 r,mpr and the weekly E
'-'"'. i ui J --" s ;J-i ...i.su-u . urrrrui tor publication,
to two narrow stairs on each sude of the t f r p.wrv -i
od outright two of them children. A
number are more or less wounded. One
had his leg broken. The scene was terri
ble and heart-rending mothers scream
ing over dead children, and husbands in
agony over their wives. The column or
pillar which gave way proved to have
been standing on the floor, between the
joints, with nothing under it but an inch
Atlanta. Ga , Nov. fi. Both branches
of the Legislature adopted tho following
Resolved. That Rufus B. Bullock, late
Governor of tLe State, who resigned bis
office and left the State under circumstan
ces creating grave suspicion, is guilty oi
high ciimes and misdemeanors. In his
letter of the 23d of October, addreseed to
political friends among the people of
Georgia, be states that the majority of the
House of Representatives had pledged
themselves to vole lor articles of impeach
meat against him, without investigation:
that the Senate had determined to unseat a
sufficient number of Republican Senat;r
to secure bis conviction without regard t.
the truth or validity ot the charges; thai,
he bad defamed the General Assembly by
charges which are untrue; that the state
ment in the same letter, that the people
ol Georgia recently denouncd or ignored
the Constitution of the United States, b
false, and defamatory to the people of .he
State. On the contrary we assert that the
people of this State do'now, as they did
six months aro neither entertain hostili
ty towards the United Slate, nor deny any
person within the limi?so' the State equal
protection ot its laws.
M ISC E LEANED US.
Cincinnati. Nov. 3. 15. F. Randolph,
charged with murdering his wife, attempt
ed suicide in the Delaware county jail
last evening, and then confessed to having
murdered his wile Ly strangling iu-r.
Lkwistox. Nov. .3. Two girls Ada
Brown, of Bucksfield and Anna Words,
of If art ford to-day leaped into the deep
est channel of the Falls, with their arms
interlocked, leaving their clothing upon a
Sr. Loins, November (5. A counterfeit,
er's den. a few miles from Kansas City,
was broken up yesterday. Joseph Reiily
and Tom Daliard were arrested. Harry
Cole and Josiah Myer the latter the
leader of the gang were captured but
escaped. A large quiniity of loo's, press
es, dies etc., were captured, including one
thousand dollars in United States notes
and a lot of fibre paper, such as is used
by th.i Government.
Dktkoit, Nov. 4. The Michigan State
Relief Committee have published a circu
lar stating that contributions of clothing
from the country for the relief of sutfer
ers by the fire in that State have been so
generous that the stock now on hand and
iti transit, will fully meet the wants ot the
sufferers. What is still needed is building
material, fanning utensils, or money for
THE NIGGER ON TOP.
RoctiEsTEH, Nov. 4. Fred Douglass was
unanimously nominated this evening for
Republican candidate for the Assembly.
MORE RADICAL HONESTY.
The World says that the most extraordi
nary rumors are in circulation concerning
the issue of bonds for the State of South
Carolina. Suspicions have been such as
to an over issue as to absolutely endanger
the solver.ey of the St tte. It is stated
that the National Bank Note Company
of this city printed twenty millions of
bonds, which passed into the p;s-"sion of
Mr. Kempton. the financial agent of the
I State. Several prominent Sutli Caroun
j ians are here, watching the proceedings.
Gov. Scott is said to have admitted the
printing of bonds, but does not state the
object of their issue. It is also stated that
many of the State officials are implicated
in the misappropriation of money of the
State. It is believed that this fraudulent
Issue of 520.000.000 has been negotiated,
and the money misapplied.
The W"vld relates the report n-girding
the plundvU i::g of South Carol in a by State
officers. It say s Piter iii'onn itiou shows
that the churges not only to be correct but
even so tempered in the interests of truth
and justice towards all as to fall short of
thv real eonditioti of aff tirs.
The Y:jr'd also alleges an immense is
sue of fraudulent bonds by S at' officers
of North Car litn, and pmm'ses in a few
davs the o ili ial figures regarding both
C A !. ? FO 11 .V J A i : U
San FiiANCtsro. Nov. 4. The fire in the
ho id of the bark Whistler having been ex
tinguished by pumping carbonic acid gas
into the hold
r it had
three weeks, ihe cargo was examined
to-day. and about "0 tons was found so
ch irivd that it would turn to ashes on ex-
i;'.'Ot L I tO I ' ,1 . I . ii 1 i i ii I J - 1.. i I till t vi'l.ll.l
uer is more r
less datr.eged by heat and
lower (hck beams were
burned through, so that tho teat of extin
guishing the fiamcs and s tving the vessel
is regarded as a great one.
San FuANctsoo. Nov. 8. Flour Rest
brand ? Oregon extra.
er brand.s Oreircn. $7f7;7 50.
Wheat Market quiet at $2 5002 CO,
for fair to good.
Barley Feed. $1 S0(7,2 for dark cc ast,
good Bay.. SZfij'l 10 ; brewing. $2 05.
Oats Advanced to $1 iio(a.l bh.
Potatoes Stocks large and prices low.
siyoOcts to $1 lor red, and 5101 25
On discharging the cargo of the bark
Whistler, which was on fire two weeks, it
is found that most of it is hardly injured
at all. The fire, insfeau of originating m
the lime, as first supposed, is found to
have started in a lot of second hand furni
ture, etc.. between de-iks. winch was al
most wholly destroyed. TLu w this was
salt, which in a great measure protected
Read It. We call the attention of our
r -.tders to a lengthy correspor
o ir first page from Loui-u in i.
our Radical friends will have
to sav about the robbery in
At the house of Mr. Bor.nett, inCrjgn
Citv, Nov. .-, 1T1. by Rev. E. Gerry, Mr.
Ar.drc-w Vigelius.of iVu llaad, aud Miss D ;ra
Bou net t, of Oregon City.
g of Willamette
15. I. O. of (;. T.. on th-
owia-i resobit ions were a dopt-
ed. expressive oi the feelings
this I. . !.
with reference to the death of Sister S. M.
v i:;;kkas. an
All-wise Providence has
removed from us ny ceatii our ieiOvea
Stater S. M. WniTi.r.w, therefore be it
""llesoh-oJ, That in the death of Sister
WinTi.oW. this Lcigf has lost one of its
truest and most valued members one who
in the vat ions relations of wife and moth
er and a member of this Lodge, has en
deared herself to all wish whom she was
J:r,iceJ. That while we deeply mourn
the loss of our Sister, we feel mat. our m.
to l.er bereaved fami'-y
anil fri.,ad3 we exteDd our deepest
j ' ' , r.. a (f(!.,.n of resrect to
ti tnernorv of oar late Mster, the CUar-
j tf r and U-galia be draped ia mournrng
j ior fhirtv , lvs
J. C. Reel.
We Ik re
c ( . r r, o f '! i U ir
I'.iM :a e.
"Palaces and Peisoxs"' is the name of
Mrs. Aua S. Stephens' new novel, just pub
lished by T. B. Peterson & Brothers. Phila
delphia. It will command a very large sale
for "Palaces and Prisons'' is an "entire new
novel from tbe pen of this talented Ameri
can authoress, and is supeiior to her world
wide celebrated work, "Fashion and
Famine." Tbe scenes in1 thrs no.-el dmr
gt eat dramatic power, sul the characters
are strongly and str.kimrly drawn, acd are
worked up with the skill and power fbr
which this authoress is so distinguished.
From the first page to the last the reader
wilf be enchanted by its absorbing interest
and charming style; and when that last is
reached the volume will be- laid doivn with
regret that the ste-ry is concluded. It will
prove to be the most popular book that Mrs.
Ann S. Stephens has j-et written. '-Palaces
and Prisons" is issnid in a large djodeciaio
volume, and sold by all Bookseller at the
low price tf il 75 in cloth; or 1 50 in pa
per cover; or copies u ill be sent by mail, to
any place, post-paid, by the Publicize rs, on
rece'pt of the price 4f the work in a letter
Reap Thkm ! The address oi' Gov. B
Gratz Brown, delivered before ihe National
Teacher.-' Association, in St. Bonis, which
cieated such a sensation among the teachers
and educators of the covu.try is published in
full ia the tatt number of the Journal of Ed
ucation. Also the eloquent oration deliver
ed on the (.ccasion of laving the corner
stone of the No; mal School, at Warrens
buig. Mo., Aug. loth, 1:?71, by Tho, E. Gfr
iet. Editor ,St bouts Republican, and . W.
Grand Master oi Masons of M is.-otm. Tln-se.
with tbe cuts and plans of school buildings,
editorials, official depaitmetit, Ac., make a
p;ip-r of great interest and value to all. We
are glad to know the circulation of the
Jvunud i f Education is over tS.iaiO copies
per nil nth. Adire-s: J. 1.5. Merwin, F.ditor
and Pnbbaher, Tie Chettiiut r-treet, St
A I ive Home Journal Notat.le Ciiaxce.
Last October, JI- alt and Hume passed into
the bands of Messrs. Orange Judd & Co.. of
'J -15 Broadway, N. V tl e well known publish
ers of tiie Amtican Agriotdicrht a journal
long without a rival in sterling value and cir
culation. The marked jniprovoaienis then
expi.ctvl to appear in He ink and Home have
been fully realized, and it is now one of the
ci.olce-t illustrated journals anywhere is
sued for the family circle adapted to both
the juvenile and adalt people, and meet ng
the sp'. cial wants of the housekeeper
Specimen copies can be obtained of the pub
lUhers, as above. Terms only 53 0 ) a year.
Single i. umbers cents. Jl'earth and 'Home
and Air.erieatt Azricwturirt together, 4 a
year. Ifetter add one or bo! h cf them to
your supply of reading; they are each worth
infinitely more than the small ccs
Cheai' Mcsic. It is seldom th tt cheapness
is associate! icilh merit and 7-etd value, but
we must make an exception in favor of 1'k
tkiis MtsiCAL Mo.miily. This valuable
work eou.es to us regularly each month, over
flowing with choice new Musi; some fifteen
peices in every number. Jt is printed from
full-size music-plate.-,, neatly oound, and
sells for the modest sum of 30 cents. Tiie
publisher oilers to seal six back numbers,
containing from f-o to jj petces cf choice
new Music, for !. Ad.bess. -I. B. Peters,
r,i)'J broaiway, New Yoik. Think of it ! 'Jo
to 100 pieces of good Music (224 pages)
for $ 1.
rihicncaii Sine!; Journal, alwavs n.
welcome visitor and filled with iuterestrnj
matter, but the October number new before
us, is a remarkable one. It take no step
backward but improves with ago. It is puh
lished at the low price of one dollar per
year by N. P. Hover & Co., Pa i ke.-.burg
Chester euui.ty Pennsylvania.
Fre-h Garden, Flower, Tiee and Shrub,
LVerirroen, Fre.it and Herb Seeds, Prepaid
by Mall. A com; lete and judicious ass irt
iiicut. 25 soi ts of either cla-s 1 0u. Tbe
six classes (150 pickets) for $5 0o. A Is a,
an i mine use stock f one year grafted Fruit.
Trees, Small Fruits, Fruit Stocks, Young
Fruit, Ornamental and Kvergreen Heedlinzs,
Ituibs, b'oses. Vines, House aud Holder
Plants, Ac. , Ac., t'.ie must complete assort
ment in America. Prepaid by mail, l'ri to.
Catalogues to any address, also trade list.
gratis. Seeds on
It. M. Watson, Old Colony Nurseries and
Seed lV,i eiiou-e, Plymouth, Mass. Estab
lished lb-lti. " Nov. 10 -ivy.
Su'-c'c-s is properly reg.rded as tiie surest
p-oof ot inei it. Previous to l:'o, the sale
if Da. Walkkk's Vixi;g vr Bit runs were oi
ly so much as could be carried about S tn
Francisco in a basket by one person, who
left the medicine on trial. Since that time,
tins standard remedy has ma le its way to
ve.y hand' t in the Paeifia States, and is
now extending its sales with equal rapidity
in the Alantic and 5;iddte States. Tue sile.-
are now over 5"5o.oo0 a no nth. And for all
d. senses c f the stomach, liver, kidneys,
bladder, skin or blood, the Bitters are a cer
t ialtra narninj; Sun, where Billions
iitTec'tions and f evers of various descriptions
so generally i?revai!,
Tarrant's IZCu rvcsctut eltzer
lias been successful beyond all parallel.
Hence the phicia'ns of the tropics give it
their emphatic sanction, prescribing it in
preference .to every other aperient in use.
Ihe patient-, of c-ursC, gladly acquiesce,
for this preparation is one of the m-.st de
lightful, as well as mil . J and coolieg cathar
tics, chemi-try has yet. devis' d. and posses
ses every medical virtue of the far-famed
German Seltzer Spa. It is a powder that
oub requires the a idition of water to pro
dace in an in-tar.t a delicious effervescent
beverage, as well as an invaluable medicine.
U for iuiil iiKCPt iio:ie but the
S0I.D BV ALT. I RfG CISTS.
c '4jesaaif Itanium Kestar
wrv--t-J ;0;-poitc Thcs. Ci
Barnuni lie-tan rant.
0E.EG0N CITY, - - 0HEG0N,
JTEEPS CONSTAXTFY ON HAND AND
for sale, CUe :p-r C-ti'i,
OFxIG'E, SITTING ROOM,
and KITCHEH FURNITURE,
I BUREAUS, LOUNGES',
ROCKING CHAIRS, WHATNOTS,
BEDSTEADS, WASIiSTANDS, Ac.
Curled Hair and Pulu Mstnssps ; Pain Pil
lows ; Sprintr Beds; Window Shades,
Picture Fra-nes, Mouldings. Vc.
Special attention given to Upholstery
Work in all its tranches.
or.rEirs filled with pp.omptxfss.
REPAIRING done with neatness and dis-
j FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER.
Goods Delivered to any part of town,
J FREE OE CH.VRCK.
! Call an 3 examine f.r yoarselves.
1 June2S, l"!,m3
Pacific Boot and
-Tlic Only Manufactory of Ladies' and
cnt' FI-E SHOES on
lioe of Every CIjijs
Made to Order on Short Notice, Wholesale and Eetail.
jSTew Stvles beiiag Made "Daily
iAIF.IC BOOT A1TD SIIOli: MOUSE,
ROTZWi&m, GiLLIHAi & CO ,
C0HNES FIRST AND HCEIIISON &TKEETS,
J UST OUT-BOX-TOED OXFOKDS and GAITERS, and the
JERSEY TIE. tlic Easiest
Ju'y 14, lS71:tf
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BUNDS AHD DOORS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
Xt; They will niso do TURNING, of evry
description to order,
With. Neatness and Dispatcl .
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Ackerinp.n's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on liana
ARLOR, BEDROOM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAUS,
Lounges, Rocking Chairs, Whatnots, Bed
Sales Boom la Dr. Thessing's Brick, Main
rpo YOU BELONG : THE FUTURE OF
It mf Vi io ii f i Tn 1 on1 l"it rrr-r-t cr Sit-itt
Soon the shiill whistle of the IRON HORSE, j
j.s ha con.ea iinoking across this great con- J
tiin-nt. drawing after hiru tfcc rich products i
of Ihe Nation's Wealth and Industry, will
'-good TnrE rmrTxa." !
when Orecron's own Son3 and Daughters
will be called to lill the new avenues of Busi
ness. Everyone should prepare for an
ACTIVE BTJSIKESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made In the com- ;
mcrcia! affairs of Oregon in a few rears, i
What the devc'.opements of our State will be j
in t'ae future, is a question which depends !
nr.on the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS !
: - i
National Business College,
of iY.rtland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, and ..many of j
whom are now lilbog high &nd lucrative po- ;
siiions in the Banks, Conhtinz-Rooms and ;
tores of our Stat.'. So great is the demand
that Business men hare boon .froouent'y
i omoeUed to send East for as-istauce. No :
enterprising, ttudious Young Man who har, j
passed . thrringh the prescribed course of)
studies a. tli s
has complained for want cf a situation and
at good salary, too.
Every faciliy is here afford el to acquir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
TIIE LEAST EXPEXSE.
Every student will Lave an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE!
After having cirnpleted the Theory, he is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
wh-'ch has the effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the minntue ot real business.
Ti.e course of study en .braces Double find
-inrrle Entry Book-Keying, Ccmmerci 1
Arithmetic Commercial Lav, Correspon -
r."e. li:i-in ess Penrp.ansh'p, regular and
spe -ial Lecture?, etc., etc , combining tbeory
w:th practice. .
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
0 R N ..MENTAL P F.N M AS SHI I,
GERMAN, ITALIAN. ETC
For full particulars, rail at the College Of
flee, in Carters building, corner of Fiont
and A ider streets, (entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
BeFRANCS & JAMES, .
Mcrch 31. l-71:yl
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
PORTLAND. - - OREGON
GEO. Ij. CTRKY,
DEALER IN PEAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovei-
Farm Lnnd. fold and purchasers obtained I
for all kinds of landed property.
ai -iat) e securities transterrea in exchanef
for reil estate.
Loans reirntntcd on property, and title'
examined and determined.
fnnnission3 solicited and executed with
fid"!itT and promptness.
OFFICE No. U Carter's Building, corner
cf Alder and Front street?.
Frb. 3, -7C-.tf
JOHN MYERS, ESQ., IS MY DULY AU
fj thorized Agent in Oregon Cbr, and also
Agent for the Estate of Daniel Harpf-v, de
ceased. MRS- E. HARVEY.
October 1, 1S71 s3
Shoe Manufactory !
the Northern Coast !
Eitting Summer Shoe Made.
J. M. THOMPSON, C W. KITCn.
THOrlPSO & FITCH,
Attorneys ssi liiw,
Real Estate Agents,
EUGEW CITY, OR EG ON,
OFFICE TWO DOORS NORTH OF THE POSTOFFICE.
REAL ESTATE. BOUGHT AND SOLD,
LOANS NEGOTIATED, AND AB
STRACT OF TITLES FURNISHED.
7E HAVE A COMPLETE ABSTRACT
T Y of Title ot all property in Eugene
City, and perfect plats of the same, prepared
with great care. W'e will practice in the
different C mts of the State. Special at
tention given to the c d.eclion of all claims
that may be placed in our hands. Legal
Tenders bought and sold. senStt
R. F- CAUFSELD,
CORNER MAIN AND SEVENTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
DRY-GOODS & GROCERIES,
CE.0CKEE.Y and GLASSWAI1E.
Also, a full assortment cf
ryiillnen and Fancy Goods
OF TLE LATEST STALES,
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Oct. 6, lS7J:tf
AND WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWA re, g rOceries,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITV.
PRODUCE of all kinds boncrht. for which I
pay the highest market .price,
If jou desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and exataiue his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
. , ,
tjl 1 ;lli A IA1.I. A.M) WJVJJUtS
My Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
A pril 1 1, lf.Tlrtf
CH AS. HODGE. .CHAS. E. CALK?. . GEO. W. S NELL
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARNISHES, BRUSHES. PAINTERS
Jlaltnait, ana Drvagiztii' SundrUs.
97 front Street,
XEW HARDWARE STORE
COUXKT FRONT & STARK STS.,
.SO II 3. 11. FOSTER
la now receiving and o.T rg for pale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock cf
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
SMaiis, Ropes, Shoyels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
wt,:.!, - . . . . ,.
JlV e bL7erSv,t0 Cal
I! and examine
w,...a : nf buv-
ers of Ladders' Hardware and Ho Trim
mines, either at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
Mav 21, 1571 :tn3 JOHN R. FOaTLB.
GREAT SUMMER TONIC.
liegeman's Cor.lial Elixir or Cally
Bi,rk a pleasant Cordial which strengthens
and improve the Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers, Fever and Aeue. ,4c.
and acreat Reno-tor and Tonic for mra
l ds and debilitated persons. IlEGcaAS &
Co New York, Sole Manufacturers. Sold
i bjall Druggie.
AUG TIOftAND COMMISSION o
A. II. Riclia,rdLsn$
Corner of Froat and dak streets, Prtlnd
AUCTIONS A L3 . :
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMerchaa o
dise and Uorses,
Evtry Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. KicSardson, Auctioneer
AT IHUVATE SAl!S
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron;
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes Files, Rasps saws J . .
bcrewsk Fry-pans, sbeet iron, R.'&. Iron
also :- . - .
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquori Q
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN o
' I also keep constantly on band
SALEM C A S S I M E R E S, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Yhich I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange. O
, ZTI will also pay the highest prices for
Butter. Eggs, and all kinds of good countrj
produce, f will sell as low as ,anjr boose
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
Kir Give rne a call and satisfy yourselves
Jan. 13,1871, tfQ
- - ' ' . - - 'o
For Diseases of the Throat and Xjunga,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, .Asthma,
and Consumf tion.
Among tha great
discoveries of modern
science,., few are of
more real valuo to
mankind than this ef
k t jj t j nr.
fectual remedy for all
diseases of the Throat
and Lungs. A vast
trial of - its- virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, . has
, shown; that .it doci
.' . . , ..s-arciy and effectually
The tc'timony of our best citi
zen-?, of all classes, establishes the fact, that
Ciiekhy I'kctoral. will And does relieve and
cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lung beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous, affections of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to Hi flower; and cases of Consump
tion, cured by this preparation, are public
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to b be
lieved, .were they not proven beyond dispute.
As a remedy it is adequate, on which the public-0
may rely for full protection. By curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious disease, it,.s,ayes
unnumbered lives, and an nraottnt. Of suffering
not to be computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most sorption!.- Every family should
keep it. on hand as a protectionngainst the early
r.;idmr.crccivcd -attack of Pulmonary Affections,
which ar; easily met at first, but which become
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
der lu'ngs need this defence; and it is unwise to
be without it. As a safeguard to children, amid
tho distressing diseases whichc$est the Throat
and Chest of childhood, CiiEpttr Pectorai
is invaluable; for, by its timely use, multi
,tudc3 .are. rescued from prcn".attire graves, and
saved to the love and affection dntred on them.
It acts speedily and surelv against ordinarytsid,
securing sound and heaith-restoring IeefK Ho
one wilje.suffer troublesome Influenza and pain
ful Ilronchitis, when they know how easily
tuey can be cured.
(Jritrinallv 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 a
memorable as the greatest it has ever effected.
PREPARED fit .
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical ad Analytical Chemists. 0
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVEUYWHEEK.
air v isror .
For restoring to Gjay Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
effectual f o r
halt'. . It soon
or gray hair
color, with the
gloss and freshness of youth, hin
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 a3 remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a ri
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 the hair
from turning gray br falling off, and
oonequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Frge from those
deleterious substances which mako
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a HAIR DPwESSING,
nothing else can be 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.i
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
S nfsfor Orrgon."