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iJY Till- GOVERNOR OK OHKOOX.
pursuant to long established cus'om.
-,,i in t hank fit '.ness for the blessing- of
peace, general ueai.u -u ao.muuui. u.nv
ests, exemption jioih i.uusu.w u&.iiyi ujr
i ti.m.l nml distrosw: nf d'spasi
ire ami "". ' , r. T -
which have characterized this State during
the past year, I recommend that Thursday,
the both day of November, 1871. be ob
served by the people of Oregen as a day
of -n-neralj thanksgiving and praise to
Vhnigb'y God for these manifold favors.
r ) Given under my Laud and
seat, r the seal of said State, at
J Jl, j the Executive office in
Salem, this 8th day of November, A. I).
187 L L. F. GROVEIl,
' By the Governor:
S. F. Ciia:wick. Secretary of Slate.
Pisaitkakkd. One of the contractors,
Mr. Jordan, of the work to construct the
locks across the river, disappeared very
mysteriously last Monday .and it is thought
that he has absconded, lie left here last
' Saturday for the purpose of going to Port
land to get money to pay tut the Hands,
and promised to return on Monday. Af-t.-r
he arrived at Portland, he wrote back
to Mr. L"id, who Li superintending the
"work, stating that he Lad concluded to go
to San Francisco and lay the affairs before
his sureties. and would leave on the steam
'er mi Monday. lie did not go on the
"steamer, and it was ascertained that he
passed up ihe valley on the railroad on
Monday evening, taking the cars at Mil
waukie. It looks very suspicious.and ihe
impression is. that he has absconded. We
are informed that the contractors are very
heavily involved. They a:e in debt at
Portland to a considerable amount, and
in this city. Mr. Lord, who has endorsed
"for them, is said to be the loser of about
;? 18.00!) ; Mr. Charman of this city, about
?.",0U0. and a number ol smaller accounts
around town, probably to the amount of
ip.j.000 more. They are also in debt on
their pay roll to the hands about So'.OOO.
This last sum the Lock Company propose
to pay, so that the laborers will not lose
anything. Capt. Smiih. the Company's
engineer, has taken charge of the work
and will continue to prosecute it on be
half of the Company, as fast as the condi
tion of the weather will admit, and in the
spring put on a large additional force of
men to complete the work in accordance
with the obligations of the Company to
the State. Mr. Jordan had Won (he confi
dence of our entire community, and his
conduct has taken all by surprise. We
liope the matter may turn out better than
it cow appear?.
CotNTY CoLiir Pi:ockki:x;s. The fol
lowing are t?ie proceedings of the County
Court for the November term :
The road leading from the M. E. Church
in Heaver Creek Precinct, to Canby, was
declared a public highway, with changes
on Butcher 3 and Waldron's farms.
Mr. Wade, Supervisor of road di.-frict
No. was ordered to repair the eastern
"end of the Clackamas bridge.
Daniel d'riur was appointed road Super
visor in place of W. W. Cook, declined, for
district No. o.
It was ordered that a new bridge be
built across Butte Creek.
Tl.e petition for a road to be located
from above the Falls to Linn city, was
laid over until next term.
Bills to the amount of $1.0C5,2o were
allowed and ordered paid.
Probate. Notice of linal settlement or
dered published in the matter of the es
tate of Harrison Wright.
lieport ol appraisers filed in the matter
of th estate of John Ivlinger.
In the matter of the estate of J. B. Wil
liams, the inventory filed aid property
exempt from execution be set aside for
the widow and minor children.
, T. J. Taylor was appointed guardian of
the children oi'Zetias Slover.,
In the matter of the estate of J. S. Mc
Ammuii, A. J. McAmmon appointed ad
'ministrator. . 'In the matter of the estate of D. II.
Good. Mrs. Mary II Good appointed ad
Ratiu:!: Lxpkn.sivk. At the bust term of
our Circuit Court, the count- jail was
very properly condemned, and the Pros
caring Attorney ordered the Sheriff" of
our county . hereafter, to take all prisoners
committed for offences, to the jail of Mult
nomah county for incarceration. While
our county mised eleven thousand dollars
inre last year than the year previous. and
had only SI.'JOO of indebtedness, and it
had a debt of over ?".()t)0 u pa- the year
.before, yet not s cent of cash was left on
hand at the close of the year, and we are
not affer ten years of extravagant taxa
tion, mider Radical rule, in a condition to
keep securely the county prisoners What
think you of this state of affairs, voters of
Clackamas county? Would it not be well
to fry a new set of men for your county
affairs in the future?
An Uoxkt Max. Mr. J. Yv. Morrison.
of this city, went to Portland last Sunday,
and stopped at the Russ House. When
he went to bed, he placed his purse, con
taining Slli) under his pillow, and in the
morning he forgot it. and left it there.
He was gone sometime be!ore he thought
of his motiej-, and o:i returning to his
room, found the purse gone. He went
to the proprietor, paid his bill, and in
formed him of his loss, when the proprie
tor opened the safe, and told him '-here is
your purse, the Chinaman found it.' In
most of the Portland hotels that purse
would never have come back to its own
er. Mr. Ryan, the proprietor of the Russ
Hons., knows who to employ around him
and he keeps a good hotel.
Pkhsoxau Hon. Jas. II. Slater, mem
ber of Congress, arrived in tb's city last
Wednesday and remained here until yes
terday. He is on his way to Washington,
overland, and will stop at the various
towns in our State as lie proceeds south.
Mr. S. looks hearty, and speaks cheer
fully of th 3 prospects of the Democracy,
not only in Oregon, but throughout the
United States. lie informs us that the divis
ion among the leading Radicals in the
east against Grant is very great, and that
nothing but the party lash keeps Congress
from un open rupture.
Nkw Stoke. By reference to our ad
vertising columus it will be seen that Mr.
Al. White has opened a new boot and
shoe store, one door north of the Lincoln
Bakery, where he proposes to keep a full
and first-class stock ot custom-made goods
in his line, which he proposes to sell at
reduced prices. Mrs. White has also her
millinery store in connection with the
boot store, and wo notice she has received
a large new stock of furs and other sea
sonable goods for the ladies. Give them
a call for goods in their line.
IxnesTKiors. A couple of men have
been making a hole in the side of the bluff
opposite town for the past two weeks.
They are in about CO feet. We are not
informed what their object is, but suppose
they are hunting some "hidden treasure.'
We hops they may be rewarded for their
energy and industry, if not in this cold
world, in the next.
In consequence of other engagements,
our editorial matter is limited tb.i-3 week
Oitositiox Boat. The Carrie cime up
from Portland yesterday, and proposes to
run from this ci!y to Portland aa an oppo
sition boat. She will leave here in Uie
morning and return in tl.e evening. The
price of fare is fifty cents, and freight two
dollars per ton. She lands on the loot of
Seventh street, in the rear of Jr.dge Can-
field's store. We hope our citizens will
j give their support to the Carrie, and thus
- protect themselves against the imposition
or the company whie
h has had a mononn-
ly or me river ana land travel, nnd which
has shown special animosity towards Or
egon City, by raising both passage and
freight as soon as they came into posses
sion of the P. T. Company's boats.
Libekal. The Willamette Falls Lock
and Canal Company, btirg in nowise res
ponsible for the debts of the contractors,
propose to pay about $0,000 cue the
workmen for tiieir services. This, while
the laborers should get their pay is cer
tainly very liberal on the part of tlie Com
pany, and shows that some corporations
ua e souis.
fcaiooi.. Mrs.M.C. Athev will
select school in the rooms lately occupied
as the Grammar School, oa Monday next.
Hours, from 9 to H i o'clock A. M. and
lrom 1 to 3 o'clock P. M. For further
particulars apply to Mrs. A they either at
tue scnooi or at tier residence.
fcKitious AcctDiiNT. Sophie, a little
(laughter of Mr. J. II. Scht am, while play
ing with some children on the hav. fell
from the stack, a distance of about "cibt
feet, last Monday, breaking her arm in
three places below the elbow. The little
sujrerer is under the charge of Dr. Bar
clay and doing well.
Fi.ek Lkctl-i:k. Susan B. Anthony pro
poses to give the strong-minded one more
chance in this place to night, at the Court
House. It is to be a free lecture. W.
have been requested to trive this notice
and we do it !ur the benefit of th.. l.m-rs
who will probably get a divooe case or
two through her lecture this eveuine-.
Maukkt.s. There is no material change
in our market reports this week. Flour
is selling at $7.00 ; wheat. $1.25 ; butter.
lOcis; eggs, -ID cts : Potatoes. Sl.Ofl:
pork from 7 to 8 c's. EiizH and butter
ire a scarce article in the market.
Bo!;eei:y. Sheriff Warner received a
di.-patch vesterdiv. nnfifrb.o- I; n.f
three men' had broken into a store at Ger
vais the night before and stolen about
tnree hundred dollars' worth of goods.
No clue to the thieves has been obtained.
Dance. As we are writing, a dance is
going on at Myers Hall. They appear to
enjoy themselves, while wy can't say that
we appreciate it just at this time. But
we will try and stand if.
Hok.sk Stoi.i-.-c. Mr. Logus' horse dis
appeared from Mr. Warner's pasture
about two weeks agomnder circumstances
leading to the suspicion that the horse
was stolen .
fhi-o. Louis Behrens. an old resident of
Lane county, died on the 8th inst. at Fu
jene. lie came to Oregon in 18,31, and
was formely a citizen of this city, where
he resided a number of vears.
Makkiki). Our friend Capt. Samuel
Holmes returned home yesterdiy from
San Francisco, accompanied with a wife.
We wish him all the blessings married life
is heir to.
Camted. Dr. Plummcr had a camp
pitched in town durrrg the week, with
men repariug the telegraph line. The
Doctor looks well and hearty.
Ir.r.. Rev. Mr. llines was taken down
yesterday with a very severe spell of
hem ortharre. We learn that his condition
Recovering. The many friends of Mrs.
Reuben Smith will be pleased to learn
that she is fast recovering and is now con
sidered out of danger.
Ox Business. Hon. II. II. GiKrey. Pri
vate Secretary to the Governor, h is gone
east of the mountains to select a'rul plat
'ndemnity lands, and look after the gen
eral interest of the school fund.
BoroHT Ocr. We are informed that
Mr. F. D. Whitlow has sold his stock of
furniture to Messrs. Kent & Milne, who
propose to continue the business.
Gone li the River. The Shoo-Fly left
here last Tuesday for up the river as far
as Corvallis. This is the first trio of the
Vaixed. The railroad running through
this county was assessed at $8,000 per
mile. We understand that the Railroad
Company object to this valuation.
Capt. Apperson fov a number of 3eais
running on the Yamhill route, has stop
pad steamboating and retired under the
Assessable Pi; oi'ekty. The assessable
property of Ciaek amas county this year
amounts to $2,1 17.09 j. No of Polls, 975.
Commence!). Work has been commenc
ed on the bridge north of the Congrega
Batciieloh'.s panorama, we believe ex
hibited in town two nights this week.
The Exteupmsk has a new bead and
has begun its sixth volume. We are glad
to he ir of the prosperity of so good a
Democratic paper. Jlera Id.
Ex-Secretary Seward has traveled 72,
000 miles since bo left the State Depart
ment. Send to 11. P. Rail & Co., Nashua. N. II.,
proprietors of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian
Hair Kenewer, for a enpv of their Treaties
on the bair. A valuable little book, fnee to
One Blocker, who owns a field
near Gettysburg, winch two Con
federate soldiers were buried, ac
cording to the Savannah jYews, re
cently refused to allow their bodies
to be exhumed unless he received
payment for allowing them to re
main so long, and when this was
positively refused, took a set of
teeth attached to a gold plate from
the mouth of one of the dead men
and kept them. This is the mean
est man so far on record.
A child was born blind in Penn
Yan a short time ago. Its eyelids
were cut open by a doctor, and the
child sees perfectly.
n is a mark of the unsuccessful mm that
never thinks about bo!v hea'th un I it
pne. But just as mnclAs nv disease h
"vv.,,,;,; sneu, me power of the sv-teai t
reyist and throw it en is weakened"; li..UCe
tm:eis ail important. Fur dyspepsia, all
diseases of the liver, stuinaoa, skin aad
Kidneys, and all that Leginin vitiated bio d
oo not wait until the trouble is eoatirmed'
but attack it by a timely use of Dr. Walter's
Culit'oiuia Viuegan Bitters.
1 iir.-.m .-- -- 1 -i
On the Oth inst.. at Oakland, California,
bv the Rev. E. Walsworth. at the residence
of J. J. Gardiner, Esq., Sam. 1). Holmes,
son of Wm. h. Holmes, Esq.. ot O: egon, to
Mary Belie, only daughter uf J. J. Gardiner
On the 12th inst., nt the residence of Mr.
John Scott, by C. F. Beatie. .Mr. Carrol J.
Barclay and Miss Maitha tcott, ail of Clack
amas county, Oregon.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
cicies are selling, m this market :
WHEAT White.-p bushel, $1 25.
OATS bushel. 75 'jts.
POTATOES bushel. $1 00 c!s.
ONIONS f bushel. 51 OoC?il 50.
FLOUR "jJ bbl. $7 0S(T50.
BEANS White, l lb.. -if"V cts.
eniDU i iiuil Apples. lh.. .(?). cts
i-eacnes. .p lb., lic: Plums, p il)
10 cts.; Currants. 'r lb.. 10(V20 cts.
BUTTER lb.. :;5(10cts.
EGGS? dozen. irOi.U) els.
CHICKENS l dozen. $:5p7,4.
feLLr Ail Crushed. V. lb.. 2U cts.; Island
'P I"- Bfel2i cts.; N. O.. lb.. 15 cts.
ban Francisco refined. D lb . IC-i- cts.
TEA Voting Hyson, " lb., si 50 ; Ja
an, lb., 90c$i 25 ; Black.. "H ft)., 75c
COFFEE- 20m5 cts
salt -a is.. imn cts.
SVRLT Ileavv Golden, rall.. SI 0!)
Ex. Heavy Golden. - gall., SI
ill i : .'- -
BACON Hams, "r lb.
cts ; Sides.
11 cts. lb.; Shoulders, 7
LARD & lb., 14 cts.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene, 1 call
Linseed oil. raw. 7 gall.. I
Linseed oil. boiled. ? gall., $1 50.
n t km j tl lb.
BEEF On foot. 7 CJ.S cfs.
PORK On foot. ifVr.7cts.
SHEEP Per bead ."$2 00W,S2 50.
HIDES Green, "ft lb.. 5c. : Drv. lb.
124 cU; Salted. 8o
lie Uniilcl l5- vi hat you Know,
There is an old proverb which says, "Ex
perience is the safest guide." To this guide
the sick and ailing naturally turn when cast
ing about t ir the means of relief. They
inquire what a medicine has done for others.
betore they adopt it themselves. Of all the
remedies and preventives in use, Ilostetter's
Stomach Bitters meet the test r:io.-.t triumph
antly, and hence its immense popularity- and
vast sales. The sufferer from indigestion is
sure to find some one among his friends who
has been cured of that ailment bv the
famou-5 vegetable stomachic. The victim of
fever a!:d ague, liver complaint, constipa
tion, nervous prostration, or general debtlitv,
has only to make inquiry in the neighbor
hood where he resid -s in order to discover
what this standard restorative lias effected in
cases similar to his own. In the published
testimony to its merits he will find a volume
of j i roofs of its sanitary properties, which it
impossible for bis common sense to re.ist.
lie tries it, and the effect it, produces on his
system adds another to the host of witnesses
in its favor, 'lhus, its reputation, founded
on facts, not. assertions, continually grows
and spreads. Chail.ttans a.ul impostors,
some of them mere local tricksters, and oth'
ei s who take a some what wider range, at
tempt to ti.Tust inio the bands and d .wn the
throats of invalids, tl.eir haphazard concoc
tions, as substitutes for the tonic wb'ch f r
so many years has been a medicinal staple
throughout the United States, Spanish
America, Canada, and the West Indies, but
only succeed to a very limited extent. In
this reaso ;iu,' age, the people, having as
certained what is really deserving of'lher
confidence, dcci.uc running after strange
Fresh Garden, Flower, Tiee and Shrub,
Evergreen, Fruit and Herb Seeds, Prepaid
by Mail. A complete and jud.cious assort
ment. 25 sorts of either class sU oo. The
sixclas;-es (150 packets) for 5 Co. Also,
an immense stock of one year grsifred Fruit
Trees, Small Fruits, Fruit Stocks, Young
Fruit, Ornamental and Evergreen Seenlin-s,
Bulbs, Poses, Vines, IIous; and Border
Plants, Ac. , !tc., tlie most eomplete assort
ment in America. Prepaid bv mail. Priced
Catalogues to any address, also truile list,
gratis. Steds on Commission, Agents
1'.. M. YV"a!son, Old Colony Nurseries and
Seed Wa ehou-e, Plymouth, Mass. Estab
lished 1 SI-'. " Nov. hj 4v.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
OfiU-c, . ri(. 01 Front Stsctt,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities, consisting of LOTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Propertv
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, with crreat care and on the most
Al) VANTAG EO US TERM S-
HOUSES and 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
andjforward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 1371.
Kcbccca Degree Lodge No. a, I. O. O. F
2 Sleet on the Second and Fourth
J TUJZSDAY EVEXIXGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
i'iuitiioiuah I-ol'e IVo. 1, A. anil
A A. M. Holds its regular communica
. 'tions on t!;e First nid Third Satur
day in each month, at 7 o'clock from
the 20th of September to the 20th ot
March, and 71 o'clock from the 2"th of
March to the 2oth ot September. Rreth
ren in good standing ara invited to attend.
Dec. 3.1 S70, lly order of V. M.
Mew Boot and Shoe Store.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
pectfullv call the attention of the pub
lic to his splendid stock of CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS and SHOES,
for Ladies' and Gent's wear, just opened,
one door nerth of the Lincoln Bakery, Ore
gon Citv. -s
All kinds of BOOTS and SHOES kept
constantly on hand, at CHEAP RATES, and
ordeis taken for the same, to be made in
the latest ,ivle, at the PACIFIC ROOT and
SHOE MAN'UFACTURY, Portland, Oregon.
Taken in EXCHANGE AT MARKET Rates.
Oregon City, Nor. 17, 1S71.
' mi - -r i it ti 1
i J-ke Best are trie Oneapest.
A ac ency of the cei-kb rated
HAS05 & HAMLIX 0IICAXS,
CHIOKEEINC- & SONS'
IS NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME, PER--Ma'.K'iitly
etab!i.-he,I in Oregon. A lara
and complete stock will be kept on baud
and sold at tl.e MANUFACTURER'S
These Instruments are well kaowu
turoughout the woild, and have received the
"We have UNSOLICITED Testimonials in
incur favor from the best musical talent of
J-urope and America.
LLTY OF TONE,
TIIEV ARE UNEQUALLED.
EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY
Warrantedfbr Five Years.
Illustrated Catalogues Sent on Application.
GILL & STEEL,
87 Front St., PortJancS,
AGENTS FOR OREGON
riAXO WAKEKOO.M UPSTAIRS,
uv. 1 1.: nil
V. A. FOI'.I3i:S.
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE CIIAIIMAN'S KltrCK, MAIN' STREET,
Nov. 10, lxl:tf
t i9so!ution fit
uii. MLU 1J, HAVING LEFT 1IIE
tJnntry witiiout aav notice tome I
''.'V an cohcerueu, iliat the part
i.ii.i.) ot ljumbol & Stcge is dissolved, and
i will not be responsible ior any debts ot his
Oregon Cilv, Nov. 1, 1-71. n-do-vl
-Snal Settles on-.
i roitate--In the Countv (V.nvt .a- ri ,i,mJ
vMuiuj. ii me matter of tl.e Estate of Uar
l l.son ri..;-ht, deceasi!cl.
W itA 11LKD OUE ACCOrXTS AM)
voueist irf m Ciiiivt ?ni or,,,!;,.,! tv,. .,
,.,.tO. 4. ,. - "I' A v-l.t.
'Li'Hi:ntl. 1 e (lint !.. ninw.-nt,., ,o
mrit uiiy oi tlie leirn Im-l-itiiiuh' cm Uu. tii-r A!oT.
,i ... ..e ii i . i . - . .
Y"tl:lJl1'-'- it i, lor the examina
tion ami settlement ot the same, when aud where
ail mteresred ca:i arnsair :mil ,.v,.,.nfi, if
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JO.?F-rn A. V.'RIGHT,
ELIZABETH A. WIMO
MUSICAL LIBRAE Y
FIFTEEN VOLUMES FILLED
With Choico Piano ".Susie.
VOCAL COI LECTIONS.
Hiection of beauiifu! Sacred ontrs. T)
If tilt tit sinil Ilouie, lirisdei.
Eclioe.s. and Sweet Sounds. Tiiree
AVoUirnes of easy Songs by Wfbster,"I"
IVrsley, etc. i V
t.oliSesi Lfnvcs . Vol nines I. and
TJIL The tun voliinies contain all of T7
S Wi 1 S. Hays' Songs.
IV.'t-eJrss dent. A collec tion
Dof beantiful Rulladd by Wallace, O
i'bom.ts, Keller, etc. j
INSTRUMENTAL COLLECTIONS. jg
I'jtiry iringc-rs, faL-ic Circle.
:ind I oii;:g Pianist. Three volumes
uf very eu-v Music for vonn tibivers.
c.tii ii-o) ;nnl JHisu al Kecre-
ations. Dance Mine. Two collec-r
tionsof moderate iliilicuity.
I'le:!".:! u J Jleuiorii s. " A collec-
I?of bcantiftd pieces by Wyman, Mack,C
CoI!e:i Cliimes. A collection of
tn-iiliant panor .Music by Charles
;:i-iili-tii( Ciema. A 'splend'd coi
tion, by Yilbre.'Allard, I'acher, Kin
Puici:, 50 per volume, elezantlv bound
in clo' li. with trilt sides in t.i iii'i c'.tu .
r. ' in uuiims.
J. L, PETERS,
rm Rn.ad-.vay, 7ew York.
We would also call attention to Tin: Opf.iia
at Home, a collection of over one bundred J
ii'.tiinl opera S"ii.?s. I'r:ce,f3 in cloth and
lit. Trade price, $ L novltdee"o
A MEETING OF TUB STOCKTIOLTlEr.S
-A. f tl, Vin.Tri!.fto r'.....,l o.l T V
, ' vivxdi fi.uL a v: rv
'ompany will be held at the Cctrmanv'n nffiw. at.
Linn City, (.Iresron, o:r Dee-ember 4th. 1S71. ;it icn
eioeii a. ra., ior ine purpose ot eleetins Dirce-
rs : as also, lor the purpose ot chanciii'r Art idea
three and rive of the By-Laws of tlio Company.
JXO. X. KING,
Nov. 4, lS7I:iw Secretary.
Vehkixs' Now School Book, ' The
Song Echo," is pronounced the bestT
' work of its t lass for the following JLly
reasons : 1 he Music is all Aw and
O I-res!i ; every piece is a well known fi
Household Melody such as. "Driv- J
en from Home." "Write me a Let
TTter," Little Brown Church," etc.TT
It contains twirc as many Songs as JUL.
can be found in other works. The
G Music is selected from sixty fourV
authors, and not filled up with ont)
author composition. Price, 7" cents
each, or $7 50 per dozen. Sample
copies mailed to Teacherj for 65
cents. Liberal arrangements for
in t r od notion . Add l ess,
J. L. PETERS, 590 Rroadway, N. Y.
sept. 22: ml
St. Tauls tEpiscopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Selhv col, rector. Services on Sunday
at 10$ a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m.
1st Congregational Church Seats Free
Morn in ''"Services, ." .10.
Sabbat;, -elmol, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services 7 o'clock.
Rev. E. Gep.kt, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church, Seats Free.
Morning Services, 10.30,
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
. SOCIAL MEETINGS. . ..
Class Meeting following Morning Servces.
Praver Meeting Thursday evening 7 co'ciok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M. . .
Oregon ItKlge o. 3, I. O. or, O. F.
Meets every Thursday even
) -vi-!?-5rs inc at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellnw'a
-"- P -- n ' -
-s5av.,"??0 Hall, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are iovited to attend
By order. G.
Tlie (My Manufactory of Ladies
enl' FIXE SHOES "on
Made to Order on Short Notice, Wholesale and Eetail.
ew.Stvles l3eing ATacle Daily.
PROTZMAN, GILLIHAN & O 9
CORNER FIRST AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND.
J UST OUT BOX-TOED OXFOKDS and GAITEES, and the
JEESEY TIE, tlio Easiest Fitting Sumnter Shoe Made.
Ju'y 1-1, lS71:tf
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
ASH, BLIHOS AND OOOE
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
3- They will also do TURNING, of evry
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl i
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Ackermp.n's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on hand
ARLOR, RED ROOM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN "and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAUS,
Lounges, Rocking Chairs, Whatnots, Bed
Sales Room In Dr. Thessing'd Crick,
rgO YOU BELONG THE FUTURE OF
JL our beautiful and fast crrowimr State.
Soon the shrill whistle of the 1 RON HORSE,
;:s he comes smoking across this great con
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
of tlie Nation's Wealth atid Industry, will
" GOOD TIME
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to 1111 the new avenues of Busi
ness. Everyone should prepare for a a
.active; business life.
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial affairs of Oregon in a few vears.
What the developements of our State will be
in the future, is a question which depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young Men.
Within the past four years of continued
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of yoKti.; men fn!l3' nalilied, and many of
whom are now filling high and lucrative po
sitions in the Banks, Counting-Rooms and
Stores of our State. So great is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to send East for as-istanee. No
enterprising, studious Young Man who has
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want of a situation and
at good salary, too.
Every facihy is here aifordei to acq iir-
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible, time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student ""will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having c?rr 'doted the Theory, he is
intro'lueed into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiar's-
Til. tlil. '.
ing mm wun an me minima; ot re-ai business.
The -course of study embraces Double and
Single Entry Rook-Keeping, Comtnerci 1
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Oorrespon -ence.
Bu.-iness Penmanship, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
GERMAN, ITALIAN. ETC
For full particulars, call at the College Of
fice. in Carter's building, corner of Front
and Alder streets, (entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
DeFRANCE & JAMES,
Merch 31. lS71:yl
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
FOFwTLAND, - - OREGON-
GEO. Ii. CUKRY,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate. 0
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
. OFFICE No. 14 Carter's Building, corner
of Alder and Front streets.
Feb. 3, JK70:tf
JOHN MYERS, ESQ., IS MY DULY Au
thorized Agent in Oregon City, and also
Agent for the Estate of Daniel Ilarvev, de
based. MRS. E. HARVEY.
Oetober 1, lS71.m3
Shoe Manufactory !
J. M. THOMPSON',
C w. FITCH.
TNCIVIPSG & FSTCH,
Real Estate Agents,
OFFICE TWO DOOUS NORTH OF THE POSTOFFICE.
REAL ESTATE BOuTJht AND SOLD,
LOANS NEGOTIATED, AND AB
STRACT OF TITLES FURNISHED.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE ABSTRACT
of Title of all propettv in Eugene
City, and perfect plats of the sa'me, prepared
with great care. We will practice in the
diilerent Courts of the Stat-. Speci-il at
tention given to the collection of all ch-ims
mat may uc piacea m our hands
Tenders bought and sold.
Ra Fm CAUFIELD,
COnXEU MAIX AXD SEVEXTII STREETS,
OREGON CIT3T, OS EG-Oil,
'fiY-SOODS & GFiGG:
CE0CKEB.Y and GLASSWARE.
Also, a full assortment of
Milliner and Fancy Goods
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Oct. 6, lb71:tf
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AD SHOE'S,
HARDWARE. G ROCERIES,
. CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market pric.
If you desire good Goods, at LOW Triers,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine bis fresh
slock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
My Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, l&71:tf
CHAS. HODGE. .CHAS. E. CALEF. .GEO. W.SXELL
H0BGE, CALEF & Co.,
DKTJGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW CLASS,
VAKXJSIIES, EE USEES. PAIXTEES
Materials, ana Ervjjists' Sundries.
97 Front Street,
EW HARDWARE STORE,
CORXET PROXT&STAUK STS.,
JOMK It. JFOSTEK
Is now receiving and offers for Kale, at tbe
lowest rates, a full stock of
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Flails, Ropes, Shove!
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Builders' Hardware and lloo)- Tnrn
miDfrs, either at WHOLESALE or It ETA IK.
ilay 20, lS71:m3 JOII' Ii. f'O.STEIt.
GREAT SUMMER TONICs
IUgeman's Cordial KllxSr of C allsayji
B"rl, a pleasant Cordial which strengthens
and improves the Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers, Fever and Ague, &c,
and a great Reno' -tor and Tonic for inva
lids and dcbilituted persons. Hegema.v &
Co , New Vork, Sole Manufacturers, bold
by all Druggist?.
AUCTION A3 D COMMISSION .
Comer ot Front and Oak streets, Portland.
, AUCTION SALES
Of Kcal Estate, Groceries, GenerallTerchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Righardson, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refiued Har and Bundle Iron
nglih Square aud Octagon Cast s.eel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasp.C saws;
s crews, try-pails, sheet iron, 11. G. Iron
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors r
A. b. iiiciiAuusox, Auctioneer
OREGON' CITY, OREGON,
KETAtL CEALERS IZn
BOTS & SHOES,' ,
. t s
1 also keep constantly on hand r
SALEM C A S S I M E R E S, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
If?" r will also pay the highest prices for
Butter, Eggs, and ail kinds of good couutry
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good,
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves
Jan. 13. IS71 tf
ot tl-.'is v.ih
wladi is li;c
tliMt it is )-c),i
iiiiiv r,t to ;is
:'h stnra.Iard: i.ud it
is t!c only ro'irJilc raid
rtrnti-m l-tv ir-torm's I r: K i
IIaiii to its youthful color
fill V AI.Mil)
fri .. ' i
J J SCiijl,
s.oh, !u.- i avi
by its use, occ-orrjto.s- v.-lulf-
removes all ciaiotloii ariM drunlr-in'
, . . i '
uii, ly lt tome iiropci ties, i'iiwoiHs
IVom fa I
' l l! 0
1 jiO Ji; ir--;i:Ui(lsi.
Uv i I S
s (".;''!'. c
tac L.ui" irrows thicker ;n;l
Ix ha hi: less, it restores tli-
iiaaids to tiieir i:oiTua! l'
and will create a now irrowu
in extremo old nc It is the most,
economical Haiti Dressing over ufit-fl,
as it requires fewer fmpHeniicns, :vmi
gives tlie hair : splendid, flossy r.t-
j'carance. A. A. Hayes, 31.1)., State
Assaycr of 3I.iss:iel 1 uset t s, srtys, " The
constituents are pure, and careful Iv
selected fol- excellent Quality; and I
couider it the Best I'ueivviiatiox
for its intended purposes."
Sold by all Drvygists, and Dealers in Medicines,
Prico One Dollar.-
FOE THE. WHISKERS.
As our Uenewcr in many eases re- -quires
too long a tPae, and too much
care, to restore gray or faded Vh4sk- fi
crs, we have ipared this dye, in one
-rcparation which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
is easily applied, and produces a cor
which will neither rub ior wash off
Sold by all Druggists. l'riccP Fifty 0
Cents. " g
Msnufaciured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
. For the relief and
cure of fi.ll derange
ments in the stum
a' h, liver, and bow
els. They are a mild
apevientj i av.d au
e x-vj! ier.l. p-n rga live,
liehig purely' vcpe
talilc, tiiOy ccctaiu
n. lucnury r mine
lal whatever. Much
sTifus s-ii-kncs s and
mffering is prevent-
cu tjv t;ie;r tinicir
use; and every family ehouM have tl-.rmon hand
for their protection and relief, when reumred.
j,ong experience has proved them to i-p tire saf-
est, surest, and best of all the rills with which
j the market abounds, liy their occasional use.
uie uioou is punned, tiie corruptions 01 tne sys
tem expelled, obstructions w?uioved. nnI tlie
whole machinery oJT lifo restored t-- its healthy
activit'. Intemal V;raiis which l;e-"6n!e clogjred
and sluggish arc cleansed y Airr'f J'ills, and
stimulated into action, 'iliiis iuHtTirMit disease
is changeel into health, the valued" which change,
when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy
it, can hardly be computed. Their suK.ir coating
makes them pleasant to take, ami preserves I heir
virtues unimpaired lor any k-ij.,(h of time, so
that they arc ever fresh, and perfacllv reliable.
Although searching, they are mild, and operate
without disturbance to the couttiuition, or diet, or
Full directions are given en t!:e wrapper to
each box, how to ibc them as a. Familv Phytic,
and for the following complaints, which theso
I'ills rapidly cure:
For Jy!p ?xiis or En9l!s-('?io. P.fSlo
nt". licinennr and f .n of .8. fj-tit, tipsy
Ehould be taken modei at; !y to st inr.ii tlc the stom
ach, and restore its hca'ahy t:c and action.
For JL,ivr (.'omiiluiHt and Uc various symp
toms, JRiI(oi I5-aiSitcIio. fticfe fia"i
aclio. jiiuitiific or 4-rcn f4;riwc. Jf5:!
ions Colic and EHFiatta !, !icy kh uld
be judiciously taken for ea-h ca.-o, to correct tl-.o
diseased action or remove the cbslnicliens which
cause it. : -
For ISriCRfrrv or Ft Zv ri Iitr'a, biu o;iO
mild doo is pciicr.-'ily rconi -cl.
For lf5?aoit5f. O'tit, travel,
nitst5oi of tin llPKit, a:ii In t!:n
NiIr. J3cl artd I.fn, they fhould be contin
uously taken, as rcqnuod, to char te ih! diseased
action of tlie system. Y itii such chuuire thoia
For I8rrpy aivt T.?vrZ".i-rZ u vl I i ssjr,
they should be taken iu lax' aud frrqiient doses
to produce the ert''t of a d:.u?ic nurg..
For hnprirpMicn, a lvise doj rhnn'd bo
taken, as it produces the desired ef t by sym
pathy. As a Dinner V.U , me c:- t. o I''Hs to
promote dirrestior n;i I relieve Ihe to-.iach.
An occasional dr e . ti.T-pcs I '.ra to.nach and
bowels, retores the rpjt;te, ml iuviirovates tlie
system. Hence it is often ruTZXirvron- whero
no serious fleranoreuient exift. 0'e v ho ft-r-lsi
tolerably well, often And.; that dose of these
J'ills makes him feel dc ide.-y Petto-, IVooi theic
cleansing and renovating eil'e;'tQ-n tlm digastivo t
Dr. Jr. C. A-TTTZIt A CO., I'rnHiral C'mnists,
XOR i'II, 2rAS3., I". S. A.
TOK P.U.F. T'.Y MX, TiT-r,?i?rs t-t-r:?mITj:2E.
Smi'liA Da-vis, Portland, "VVliolesale
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