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TOW'S AN'D t'OBXTY.
'Is it a Correction?'' We 'find tlic
ffwHwving in the Bulletin of last Sunday:
'f he following appears in the Alia of
ov. 20tb :
Correction. Mr. Tl II. Robinson, cf
Sacramento, telfgrsiphs to us that "tin;
statonient from Oregon about A. -II. Jor
dan is false. He is here and has acted in
pood faith on befcalf of bis bondsmen.
. ' The statement must have been prompted
The above does not explain why Mr.
Jordan left, so mysteriously, tliia place,
or why no provision was made tc secure
the numberless accounts standing against
he coa'.ractors were not provided for.
He may have "acted in good faiih with
his bcwidsjuen,' but he has thus fur shown
f&'Ufck-of "good' faith'7 towards the credit
ors. "We truly hope that Mr. Jordan may
clear the-matter up, and restore the confi
dence which our people at one tithe had
Viux;i:kss of Okeuon City. Yesterday
one of our reporters overheard a trent'.e-
maii giving a friend some account of the
growth of Oregon City. "Why." said he.
the place has begun to prick up its ears
and look like something and now the pros
pects that ic will soon become a thriving
village. People up there cuss Pen Hoila
day, but they don't know what they are
-saving. Why. I owned n piece uf land in
'low it which I had been trvinir to sell for
three years-, but I could never .et any
ort ot' an offer. Put justw.s -soon as Mr.
llolladay bought the boats oil the river
route a man came to me and offered me
the Lightest price I had ever asked for
my place. Now. you see. tbat'-s what Mr.
-llolladay has done (or Oregon City, ami
what he is doing for other places along
the route of his railroad. For my part, 1
vi.-h thar were a few moie such men as
Mr. llolladay in Oregon, it would be bet
ter far such fellows as me.:' The man ex
pressed th3 truth in a nat-sk-.-ll aa'd 'in a
lioiiu-ly -manner yet, nevcr;heles, the
The above is refreshing and will be po
horoughly appreciated by our cilizens
generally, that comment is unnecessary.
rk'iiooi. Lanrs. lion. 1L 11. Giifry. Pii.
vate Secretary to the ( vt-nior. it-turned
'jMerluy from east of tl.'e iiiountains, and
gave us a call rs he pas.Vd through. He
has been visiting tlr.it-pecti-on on busine.-s
connected with the school funds. He re
p!ts that he listed -l.'.MJO acres of lands
Kelectcd as iiulenuiiiy foIiomI lands in lieu
ot pre-emptions taken b -lon; survey on
tedious III and 3ii in tiie Li Grande district-
This being the whole deficiency lor
the couities ot L'iit.uilli. I'liiou, Grant
and Piikcr. W l.ile gone. exatn:r.ed n -
"o the scliool funds oi t tit- above counir.'s.
siid also that of Wasco, a;,d reports them
and ihe securities given as good, except.
o:i a few r.otes of long standing that were
given during the term and under authority
of '.lie old Poard of Commissioners, which
the present, Poard will try and get better
recwrity on All moneys loaned under
t-iv'c ;tioii of the present poard are amply j
M'Cared by unincumbered real estate oi
three times the value o! the amount of
The folowing is from the B-dhiui of the
The Carrie 3s now running to Oregon
City. ij :il it k rtimored that she will stop
.before long, as it is n v a ..iuyii: route.
The foUoHvini;' i.s liom the (Jrejoubui of
the name date :
It is rumored that the Carrie, which is
r inning opposition to Oregon City, will
Now, gentlemen, will 3-011 just be kind
enough to allow the Carrie to commence
r lading befoi c yon "draw her u!i."' As
far as the people of Oregon City know
flif has n l yet in ide a single trip, and
don't know whether site intended to.
Scxk. The Steamer Senator, while on
her war to Portland vest udav morning:,
.Mink just below the n cut'ti of the Clacka-
inti. etc; vnrt very m:avy laoen. ;iav
on board over 2-t?; tons, and -when she
iruciv lilt! SiiU Ctllieni.. oei auiu mini in-
arable. S!u; sunk in about seven feet of
water. The P. N. Cooke steamed up. and
ment down and tio!; of lire lo:sd We
-were unabi-: to ascertain the arm tint f
diinage to the cargo. We. utaleistind
ihe bo.it is considerably injured, but will
adlybo renai el. We are informed that ro
blame could be attached to the officers ol
.he boat for the accident.
Dik Mooknwki.t. If any of our lady
'readers really desire the ' leader of f.ish
ions." they must order this m agaxine. Ii
-ires this la-tt-st fashions, men; of thei:;.
nnd a greater amount of sti-c'i information
n the ladie- di-sl.e, than any publication
of the kind in the country. It trives an-
'nually over 1.000 illustrations. 200 pat
terns, 100 diagrams fr;r brahl and em
broidery ami 12 Oilfireil fashion plates.
it is just me TQir-g lor a V, u 1 is. n.-u; 01 .M-w
"Yc.irj present. Subscription jn-r an
num. Ad-lress S. T. Tayler, itnporter of
Uad'te fashions, V,'Jl Canal street, New
ScniuNK.u's Monthly kou -DKCKjmrn;.
This magazine has been received and is
" fully ur to its -predecessors. It is the
-best magazine published in the United
States, and taking into consideration tin'
great ami-varied amount of reading ma:
ter it . gives--ci out l)ly, is the cheapest. Ps
-subscriptkm is 51- per -sim;um. Address
"ocribner Cv.. (Sot Proadway. New York.
If you want a real good magazine for 1872.
3end for Scribner's.
'tUtiNJ Scu oor. We are informed that
Prof. Macrum, Principal of the Seminary,
.proposes shortly to open an evening writ
ring school. This is something that has
been badly needed in our town and we
f hope the young men wiil avail .hemselves
of this opportunity.
TiiA.vKsciviNG day was observed in this
city. Services were held at St. Paul's
vl!.ntscopAl) Clinrcii. ana a union inrenug
of the other Churches v.-as held at the
That's So. Mr. A. Levy advisiises that
'-.he will sell his stock of tors and fancy
: goods regardless of cost. Ho wants to
close them out to make room for his lino
stock of custom made clothing. pon't
fail to give him a call, for he means what
I'krson'al .- We had a call last Tuesday
'Irotn Rev. B. R. Taster. Presiding Elder
of the M. E. Church. South, and agent of
th Corvallis C)llege. lie is on a visit, to
this end of the State to advance the inter
ests of the College.
Nii.w Towx. We are inforunvl ili vt a
tf.rn is ppringiwg up on Eagle Citek. at
w-hat is known as Fosters. There is a
JTich section of country in that vicinity,
which would support quite a little town
in that ponion of our count.
Regular month'y meeting ol the City
Council next Monday evening.
Tiiosk Boors. Protzman, Gillihau &
Co., appear this week in a new advertise
ment, They have the-best selected stock
in Portland, and their prices cannot fail to
suit. Give them a call.
Goon. The "Democratic majority in
Xew Jcr.sey at the late election was 6.007.
a shown by the oGicial count.
An iuferesu-cg communication
Salem will appear next week.
The December term of the County Court
commences next Monday.
In ties county, Xov, 7tb, to-the v. ife of C
r . Eeatie, a son. "
" Oregon "city Pri ces Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
cicles are selling, in this market -WHEAT
White. f busbel. $1 2.3.
OATS bushel. 73 cts.
POTATOES 11 bushel. SI 00 cts
ONIONS bushel. $100(1 ob'
FPOUIi-7? bbl. $7 00 -(T:,n "
PEANS AVhiie. fl jf,,.-, ctV
DIIIEP FRUIT Annies. R,
Peaches T., PIjc: Plums,
lii Cts.: Currants. 'tl ff,.. l(7?.20 els '
PUTTER-) ft.. :5,-)7,.4()cts. "
EGGS r dozen. oo- K) c(s
CHICKENS p dozen. ;:(7, 4
SUGAR Crushed. lb.. 0 cts.; Island
V 10012 cts.; n5().. V ,.. i. ctl".J.
San I-ranciscb re'bne'd. lb. pjj c.s.
TEA Yonng Hyson. Tf) 1!,.. l .-" ; ja.
pan. ii Lb., I 25 ; Plack. r lb.. 7.e.
cofp ee--h n,.. 2::it;;2o cts.
SALT -p ib.. li(pvhci.
S UUP Heavy Golden, tgall., $1
Ex. Heavy (Joldeu. J gall.. 81 2.
PACON Hams. "p-.. I l ets Si
1 Pets. .Vl. 'rb.; Shoulders. 7 cts. '
LAUi) f..d t es.
OlL Devoe's Keroenv,".p all..
Linseed oil, raw."'' "p, g-all.. $l
Linseed oil. boiled, "p galb, 3 1 50.
u.Ji.- t' H).. ,r cts.
PEEF On footf-7-Ir c!s. jr" fo.
POP K On foot. 7('r8cts. "fHb.
SHEEP Per head. 'J W(a,$- 50.
HIDES Green, -"ft ft.. 5c. ; Dry, 11 lb.
I2j cU ; Sait-.-d.- So
An Oi-i'KU. We will give to any youg
lady who wiil get up a club of fifteen sub
scribers td-'t-e 'I'ldcrprlse. before th?. first
of January . and pay in the sum of $37.50.
$15 won h of Messrs. J. L. Peters' new
music, the vounir ladv trettiivr nn iheeln!.
, - 1 1
ot m -iking he
...1 ..... : 11 . - 1
' v.uui!. iiere -is a cnance tor -otne
young ladyjo get enough music to las!.
h-r for a lew years. We wiil also furnish
Peters' Musical Monthly for six months to
all -wh-o will send hi three subscribers,
with the money, cr for live subscribers Ave,
will furnish them the 'Ma-guzine for one
year. Tlu-re is not a younjr lady iti the
c-)un!-.-'t nit play or sings tlr.'.t siiouhbb.
without tliis musical work, and tlrey can
easily get litis number of subscribers.
Send in the names at once, so you can
1 lie tin-at PieSo.iii A 1: 0:31s 1.
Ho.stetter's United States Almanac for
for distribution, QrctU, throughout
the United States, and all civilized countries
of the Western Hemisphere, will be pubEs.h
td ahou- ! fir.-t of January, in the Es glisii,
Gerie.an, FreiK-h,-Norwegian, -Velsh, .Sived
Holland, bo'.if.-ti-.ian and Spanish lan
guges, and all who wish to understand the
true philosophy of health should read and
ponder tin valuable suggest ons it contains.
In addition to an admirable iik dical treaties1
oa tiie c.-.uses, jirevention and cure of a great
variety of diseases, it embraces a largo
amount v.-f inlormation interesting to the
merchant, the mechanic, the miner, the
firmer, tie p'ante'-, and professional man ;
and the calcinations have, been made for
such mciidians and latitudes as are most
suitable for a correct ;.nd comprehensive
Nation a 1. Ca i.enw-i u.
The nature, uses, and extraordinary sani
tary, 1 O'.-cts cf ilostelter's Ston ach Litters,
the staple tonic and alterative of more than
half t lie l'hii-t a 1 world, arc ful'y set forth
in its paces, whu ii are also intersper.-ed with
pict-uial illu-tratii ns, valuable recipes lor
1 he liousehold and farm, humorous an-, c
dotes, original a -id selected. Among the
Ant:a".s to appear with ih t opening of the
rear, this wvt!- be one of the most useful, and
miitj be I'd f ir lite 1 ,1 g-. The projuietors,
.Messrs. llostetter it South, Pittsburii, Pa.,
on ivct ipt of a two cent stamp, w.ll forward
a C"py bv mail to any person who cannot
pr.-cuie one in his neighborhood. The Jbt
eis are sold in every city, town and village,
and are extensively esed throughout the en
tire civiiized w rid.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Office, Sit. OS: Kioiit street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in -the most desirable
localities, consisting ft' 'LOTS, HALF
1JLOCKS and U LOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
iviited LANDS, located in ALL parts
of thy STATE t:or SALE
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, -with Q-roat rare and on the-i?ost
A I) VAN TACLO US -TKK!S.
HOUSED and STORES "LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LE('TEi). Ard a Oer.eral FINANCIAL and
AG ENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of tins OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in ihe STATE, will re
ceive cVsrrij.ti rs of FARM PROPERTY
andforward the same to the above address.
Feb. d, 1571.
ISTJOF LETTERS REMAINING IN
j the PosUd'.ice at Oreir n Citv, Dec. 1,
Cleek, B F.
Dev.-, Mrs L
Foi la, W;n,
Howaid, Jan.es (2,
liamiiton, M J M:s,
Morgan, James Pete
Oiilesbv, R C Rev,
Puilen," II V,
r-hu k, Harvey,
Bri-gs P, F.
hokna. W (L
Chambers. E J,
Davi-11 n, Patrick,
Fallow. W II,
1 rwin, Tiiom is
Marsh, M Rev,
Mortensen, Jas. P,
Potter, Jen v Miss,
1 tittle, W msB,
Williams, oarab. WMrs
If-called for, please sav " advertised."
J. ii. BACON, P. M.
Of all our knowledge, on'y a- little has
come to us through our senses. Nearly- all
that we know we accept 'oa, the testimcny of
somebodv else. If tliOse who have never
! tried that unrivalled vegetable preparation,
I Dr. Walker's Califokxia Vinegar Bttteks.
a-id are suffering from dyspepsia, bilious or j
other fevers, or any disorder of the skin, i
kidneys, or liver, or from impure blood, w 11 !
I receive the lestimonv of the masy thousands i
i who have tried the. Bitters, and been cured, j
i hey will be a:tiug wisely.
The State Assayer of Massachusetts, (A.
A, Hayes, M. D.,) having made an analysis
of Hall's Vegetable -Sicilian Hair Renewer,
reports it the best preparation for promoting
health excretions of the scalp, increasing
the growth and restoring the color of tb
The Erie Canal is a great work, but a more
wonderful canal traverses every part of the
human body, and i.s filled ''with blood. Mr
riads of tiny boats, loaded with waste water
worn out and thrown off by the system, pass
through this canal ; other'boats "carrv'fresh
matter, made from the food into every part
and the two processes never cease "buinT
life Good b'ood is indisp-enslble to health"
and to secure this, use that great blood pur
ifier and renovator of tbesys em, Dn. Wu.e
eii's California Vinec-ak IJirTKits.
During our interview, the American Cen.
sul at Paivkok, presented the Kin! an ele
gant assortment of his medicines from Pr.
J. C. Aver, of Lowell, Mas-., for the n-e of
the Court. He explained to his nmjesty their
origin from the great chemist and their uses.
'The Cherry Pectoral for coughs the Saisa
parilla for eruptive diseases and the Apne
Cure for the fevers that are po fatal in this
hot country. The dangerous condition of a
favorite wife in the palace with one ;f the
disorders these medicines cure, gave him
special interest in' these products of medical
skill ; indeed, these medical marvels inter
eted iiiim li-tore-iu oar countrv than all the
other attentions we had slsown hiai. Letters
frenx a Larty in $u:m.
Fresh G.!,Umi, Flower, Tiee and Shrub.
Evergreen, Fruit and Herb Seeds, Prepaid
by Mad. A complete and jad.cious assort
ment. 2o sorts of either cla-s l 00. The
six flas.-es (l."o packets ) for $5 00. Also,
an immense stock of one vear grafted Fruit
Trees, Small Fruits, Frui"t Stocks, Vc mr
Fruit, Oi nameiital and Evergreen Seedlings.
Pulbs, Poses, A ines, House and 1 order
Plants, Ac, .vc, the most complete assort
ment in Ameiica. Prepaid bv mail. Pii-ed
Catalogues to any address, also trade list,
gratis. Steus on Commission, Agents
15. M. Watson, Old Colony Nurseries and
Seed W a ehouse, l'lvm juth, Mass. Estab
lished lSiti. " Xov. lo 4v.
On-gcn I-)(!-c So. 3, I. O. or O. V.
Weets e-ry Thursday even
at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
fA- Hall, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
by order. -y. u
Ufbet-csi Degree Lodge So. I. O. O. F
Q C$ Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in O.ld Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited To
I tisouiuH "Yolge So. 1, AP.anil
A, A- 31 Holds its regular comiuuiiici
Vti'iiis on the First and Third ifotur
r'r"y 111 iich month, at 7 o'clock from
ihe L'oth of September to the lioth of
March, r.n.l ; o'clock from the -Joth of
Marc!i to the 2oth ot September. Preth
ren in good standing are invited to attend.
Dec. -21. t 7 by order of XV. M.
pVc w To -1 3 . y .
mm Mil) SHOE HOUSE"! i
Fall m(l Winter Trade.
AYI.N'd RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported i-tbs in
Lralies' and Geiits'
We v, i!l take gr: at pleasure in disjda-inii
and rtceiving !-d..-r- from our patrons at. d
the public generally.
AN D HERE !
FOIL TIIE HOLIDAYS !
We have tdl the Late Sfvir-s of GENTS'
TOILET SLH'I'ERS just tho thi.ir ,- ,, s
ent.j LADH-hS' TOILET and PA P. LOR TIES
and Slippers ; LADIES' Rbl'E URONZF
and WHITE KID 1JAL.V (ol)r own make .;
Ladies All Kid, Glove Kid, All Chnh, Kid
1-Y.xed Buttoned Gaiters. The REEL NA.MP
BALMORAL (a Ne.v Stle ol Kid Shoe ;
-LADIES Will IE KID SLIPPERS (for
fa ated occasions.)
We have received from New York a few
pair, of tha Ct-lebiatod -El. PR AT OPERA
BUT ION Fit '.J NTS, by wlri-h a Lace Shoe
can be tamed into a beautiful Button Gaiter
Will take ordi is lbr the same at any time.
7 x i) here:
We have the Best and - Latest Stylos in
Missea' and Ciuidren's Jiuttcu Gaiters and
iJ llm-orals that are imported, but for god
substantial wear there are none th:i.t can
come up to our own make. We Warrant
them in every respe:'.
AX I HERE!
Seven entirely New Styles oi Ladies' and
Mi.-ses' IDJBDLRS. The Nillscn, Congress,
Mane Antoinette, (Jueen's German, Velvet
Front aat Ala.-ka. Light, Slylish, Durable
aod Neat I iiting. A,i , a lol ot Children's
Rubbers. Bring on your feet.
COaIE AND SEE "
CUH GHAMHON BOOT!
, ii r.Tinirii-tii
PRGTZNANj GILLIHAN & CO.,
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts ,
LK c. 1. lS71:tf
FOR STEAM PIPES and BOILERS-
Saves 2" per cent, of fuel an item worth
looking after. For sale bv BERRY &
TLACE, 112 California s-treet, San Francisco,
who also kee; in stock Aliniag and Eginetr's
MARIS I AO JU.
rpiIE UNDEUSIfiNED RESPECTFULLY
mucunctfs to thel'ublic, that he
vrrLL close out his
LARGE & WELL ASSORTED
TOYS ANI FAKCY
REGARDLRSS 0? COST ! ;
THE FIN'EST STOCK
IX OREGON" CITY.
CALL AND EXAMINE MY .-TOOK.
A. B'ICY if,
MAIN .STREET, OREfiON CITY.
Dec. 1, ls7J:ml
Mew Boot and Shoe Store.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED W O U L I) R E
1 poctfull v call the a wlnlion of the. pub
lic to his splendid stuck CUSTOM-MADE
for Ladies and Gent's wear, just opene 1,
one door nerth of the Lincoln Baker', Ore
gon lit v.
All kinds of BOOTS and SIIOE- kept
constantly on baud, at CHEAP RATES, and
ot-.lei s taken for the same. t b? made in
the latest stvle, at the PACIFIC BOOT and
SHOE MAN UFACTURY, Poitland, Oregon.
Taken in EXCHANGE AT MARKET Rates.
Oregon City, Nov. 17, ls71.
CIIAS. K. WAItKEX. F. A. l-OUCES.
YJ&RREM & FORBES
Attorneys at Law,
OKFICK CHARM AX's BRICK, M.WX STREET,
OREGON CITY, OVEGON.
Nov. 10, ls71:tf
FOll T1IK MAX I' FACTORY OF
SASH, BLfMOS AHp DOORS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
Sir Thoj- will afso do TURNING, of rvry
With Heatness and Bispatcl
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Ackerman's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on haim
PARLOR, BEDROOM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAUS,
Lounges, Rocking Chairs, Whatnots, Bcd
idt ads, Ac-
Sties Room Iii:I)r. Thes?ing's Biick, Main
St. Pauls t Episcopal) Church, the Rev. Jrdin
W. Sell wood,' rector. Services mi Sunrlay
at lk a:m. and 7 r. m. Sunday School
and Bible class at '2 p. m.
1st Conirrcgational Church Scats Free
Morning Services, lo.
Sabbath School 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services 7 o'clock.
Rev. E. Gkkhy, Acting Pastor
I'll AVER MEETINGS.
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church, Seats Free.
Morning Services, lo.3ot
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Morning Servees.
Praver Meeting Thursday evenimr 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
THE UNDERSIGNED "WOULD CALL
the attention of everybody that is fat
tening Hogs to sell, which will make bacon
tbat they will find it to tl eir advantage to
call at the old corner at Albright's Butcher
Shop. We are buvimr Pork and PAYING
THE HIGHEST PRICE of any one else.
Call and see.
. . ALBRIGHT & LOG US.
Nor. 24, lS71.:tf
THE L AUG EST AND
FINEST STOCK IN
RICH JEWELRY .A X D
33. L. STONE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IX
WATCHES ami JEWELR1
Ko-107 Front st P0E.TLAKD,
Would invite attention of his friends and
the public to his Lar.ee and Choice Assort
Eiom the most Celebrated Makers of F.
Howard A- Co.. Dost on ; Apeiton ,"t Tracv, P.
S. Ibntlett, Waltham, Mas-.; Elgin Watches;
J.icot Stlf winding Watches; English
Watches and others.
Also, the bet selected STOCK of LADIEV
vVATCHES, of nil descriiition and stvles,
which he would be pleased to show to all
who may favor him with a call.
AGENT FOR CIIAS. E. JACOT WATCHES.
Fine Jewelry'ahii fit-lid Silver Ware,
.Fancy Articles, suitable for
Silver Watches, of different makers.
Diamond Pins, Ear-rings an Eiager rinn-s.
Gold Chatelain Guards and Watch-chains.
Gold Necklaces, Armlets, Cresses, Lockets.
Gold Riecst-plns, Ear-rings, Dinger-rings.
Gfitd'-Charms and Keys.
California Gold Rings and DohnVes' Pat
Moss Agate Seifs, Rings and Cuff Dattons.
Wedding Rings, made of pure gold, ex
pressly for that purpo-e.
Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Opera and Mamie Glasses.
Pebble Spectacles and Eye-glasses.
Solid Silver Napkin Rings.
Siher Fr-oit nnd Uutler Knives.
S. lid Silrsr Table &A Tea Spo(,ns.
Regulators Seth Thomas Clocks, M.nrine
Clocks, Gilt Gallery Clocks, &.c.
All the ab- ve articles sold Cheap for Cash,
and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairing
:md adjusting of Chronometers, Duplex anil
Ainetican W a'.clics.
R. L. STONE,
nov21tt lo7 Front st. Portland, Oregon.
'1:0 ilO IF
ry0 YOU RELONG TIIE FUTURE OF
i our beautiful and f;ist prowinvr St.ito.
Soon the shrill whist le ot the IKON HORSE,
as he con.es tmoking across this areat -continent,
drawing after him the rich products
of 'he Nation's Wealth and Industry, will
GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sous nnd Daughters
will be calh-d to 1:11 the new avenues of Uui
ness. Everyone should prepare for an
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial idl'.iirs of Ore iron in a few years.
What the deveh pemeiits of our State will be
in the future, is a fjiiestioo which depends
upon the R US I NESS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young Men.
Within the past four 3-ears of continued
National Business College,
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of j'or.n men fully qu:diiied, and many of
whom are now tilling hi.uh and lucrative po
sitions in the 15. inks, 'minting-Rooms ami
Stores of our State. So gre.it is the demand
T g f-3 A T 3 S r'?"4 rrsf"
J J V5 L- tjJ 0 i t. s L,J 9
that Rnsincss men b:ivc been frequently
compelled to semi East lor as islam e. Xo
entorprising, studious Young Man w!io;!u:s
ji;issed throrgh the pre. cribed course of
studies tit this
has complained for want of a situation and
at good salary, too.
Evciy facil'iy is here affj.'dc J tc acquir
SOUND EUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possi-fc-le'tisie, swk! at
TILE LEAST -EXPENSE.
"liven' strrdor.t will have an
ACTUAL RUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WOULD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing hini with all t lie minuthe ot real business.
The course of study embraces Double and
-ingle Entry Rook-Keeping, Commerci 1
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Corrospon -enee,
15uiness Penmanship, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theorj
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
O ii N A M E N T A L P EN MA NSII IP,
GERMAN, UTALIAN. ETC
For full particulars, call at the College Of
fice. in Caiter's building, corner-cf Front
and A Ider streets, (entrance on Abler) Port
land, Oregon, or-scud-for cicular. Address
-BeFRANCE & JAMES,
Mereh 31. lS71:yl .
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
ORTLAIID, - - OREGON.
GJZO. JLt. CUillllT,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
IN V ESTMEM'S.
Commissio!,er Selecting Swamp and Ovet
Farm Rands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed propel ty.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans tiegot i itcd on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE No. If Cartel's Building, corner
of Alder and Front streets.
Feb. 3, Js7o:tf
JOHN ST EC E, HAVING LEFT THE
country without any notice to me, I
hereby r.o'.ify all concerned, that the part
nership of Ilumbel & Stege is dissolved, and
will not be responsible for any debts of his
ontract ing. . .
HENRY HUM DEL.
Oregon Citv, Nov. 1, H71. "rolO
: . PSotice.
MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
--- of the AViilarattte Falls Canal and Lock
Company -wall be held at the Cvmpanv's office, at
Linn City, Oregon, on December 4th, 1S71, at kn
o'clock a. in., f jr the rurjoso of electing- Direc
tors ; as also, for the iurr'jse of changing Articles
three and nve of the Bv-Lscws ol the Coin pa a v.
JNO. N. KLNG.
.Nov. 4, lS71:2-sy Secretary.
The Best are the Cheapest,
THE ACEXCY OF THE CELEBRATED
3IAS0X & HAMLIN ORGANS,
OHIGKEEING- & SONS',
IS NOW, FOR TIIE FIRST TIME, PEfl
Manentlv establi.luHl in Oreirmi. A bt,r..
and complete stock wiil be kept on hand
and sold at the MANUFACTURER'S
These Instruments are well known
throughout the world, and have received the
W e have UNSOLICITED Testimonial in
their favor from the best musknl talent of
Europe and America.
STYLE OF FllI
QUALLTY Of TQHE,
TI1KV AltE UX EQUALLED.
E ERY INSTRUMENT FULLY
Warranted for Five Tears.
Illustra'ed Catalogues Sent on Application.
QIL1. & STEEL,
87 Front 31., Portland,
AGEIITS FOR 0REG0H.
PIANO WAREROOM UPSTAIRS.
ADVERTISE Sl E.N T
MUSICAL LIB EAR Y,
EH- TEEN VOLUMES FILI E D
With ChofcD Fiano Fussc.
SIiiins Li;rlits. A choice
lection of benu! i'ul Sacred Son
and Heme, Fin
Echoes, and Sweet Sounds. Tl
Vo. times ol easy Songs by W.b.-
i ersiev, e c
tliii;;u Leaven, Volumes I.
I T. The two v.ilumss eoutaiu a
Wi IS. llas' S.,-.g.
i-:c5l;-"s Utmt. A collec
of beautiful Rjllads by Wa
f bonus, Keller, etc.
Q INSTRUMENTAL COLLECTIONS. T7
Fiuptei-s, Magic Circle,
and Yon g Pianist. Three volumes "Vf
of very ca-v Music for voung plavcrs. Jl
TJ 1 P! i it.. : 1 t.-
' a !iu .a usual iteere-
Mations. Dance Mu-u-. Two collec-rjp
tious of mode -ate rllak-u'.ty. : ' X
I'lcasa it t Hici!3iri A collec-
Iof lieautifid pieces by Wrman, Mack,Q
LDre,sbr, etr, ' O
JoliJft t iiir.ifs. A collection of
brilliant parlor Music bv Charles
iii illsnsjt tm. A splendid coi
tion, by Viilre, Allard, Pachtr.-Kin
Pnici;, 33 pei- volume, e'e-jantl v bound
ii C ) h, with gilt sides ; S-'-J iii'phi.n c'oth ;
51 'i in boards. Address,
o;;l Rr auw;iy, New Yi lk.
We would also call attention to Tin-: Opkua
at IIom;-., a cc Lection of over one hundred
l auti.'nl opera s ngs. l'rice,S3 in cloth and
gilt. Trade price, fj !. i;ov lotd et-.'j
J. M. TirlMl'.-OX, c w. FITCH.
.1 n n
Real 'Estate Agents,
oi-'KiCE two noons xor.Tit ot.tiie rosrorrici:.
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT Ai?D SOLD,
. LOANS NEGOTIATED, AND AR
STRACT OF TITLES F URN I MI ED.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE A RATH ACT
of Title of all property in Eugene
Ci'y, and perfect plats of the stime, prepaied
wiMi great care. We will pi a tiee in the
dilt'erent Couits of the State. Special at
tention given to the collection f all claims
that may be placed in our lands. Legal
Tenders bought und suld. sensu
MAY HARDWARE STORE,
CORSET FIIOXT & STAIti;: STS.,
Is runt receiving and offers for sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock cf
Table and Pocket -Cutlery,
EMails, !2cpeq7 ShoveSs,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites buyers to call and examine
bcfoie purchasing tl-iwhei e.
Would invit-3 jiarticn'ar attention of buv
ers of Ru Mors II nrdwarc and Home Trin
mincrs, rither a- S IlOLEALEor RETAIL.
May 26, lS71:m3 JOHN R. FOSTER.
Agents Wanted for
SATAN IN SOCIETY.
TV AN EMINENT PUi'SICIAN AND
JL-J Professor in one of cur large Medicul
Colleges. It deals fearlessly, but cLa-tfly,
witli evils from which soring physical and
moral 'degradation, and" domestic febf-ty.
It is being revitwed praised and ciiticised,
t..I... tt.. toi'i: In r n:l-
pers'ahd mpgaziiics'in the U-is., and the ver,
diet of the- best and most discriminating is
that it' is r mi. lahle Bk ; that it is U me
!j; that it is needed; that it will make it
ran rk, end do rood.
It is of vital importance to every man and
woman 111 the land, and is having a wonder
ful sale. .... t t
Tents will find this a rare oppnHumty
to make money. Circulars, giving full par
tic liars, with numerous notices of the press,
Dt frC'' A- L. B IXCTOrT & CO.,
SAN" TBANTCISCO, CAL.
! .-i vcriox a xj c-o-ijzg
-AU CTiONEEtl i.. . .
Corner tff Front. and Oak streets, Portle.
AUCTION SALES -
Of Real Estate, Groceries, 5encjraIMerchfe
disad Horses, ' .'
Every Wednesday and Saiurdd$ f
A. B. RrciiARDSox, Auctionr
English refined '' iiaf andlHunie Iron "
English Square and OcfUgb'a Cast steel
noic snoes, l-iles. Hasps, saws ;
.Screws, Fiy-pans, Sheet iron, R. G. Iron ;
A hirgeassortmentof Oroceries ndLiqiort
i. B. Richaudson, Auctioneer
OliEOON" CITV, " 6 UECCfN,
RETAIL tiEiiLSUS INT
DKY GOODS, ;
I also keep constantly on hand W
SALEM CASSIMERES, FLANNELS,
- ' t
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS.
Which I will sell at the Factory PriceB, and
will take wool in exchange.
rTT will also pay the highest .price for
Putter, Iiggs, and ail kinds of good country
iH-OSlace. I will sell as low as any house
ia(h.'o;on. for Cash or its equivalent in good
merchantable produce. ' '
JJ Cive me a call and satisfy yourselve
. : o
J;in. 13,171 tf
Is widely knevrtt
as one of the most
' effectual remedies
ever discovered for
cleansing-. the sys
tem, and -purifying
flirt' 'Vd"rrfC It ia
M$iyf?m&' "stood "the test of
crL utation, based on' its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained " by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be eafe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to eliectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly known,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of the skin. Tumors. Blotelies.
IJoils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores,"St.
Anthony's Pire, Koso or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt lllieuin, Scald
Head, Kiiifjworm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and-Xiver. It . also . cures other com
plaint?,, to -which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy Dyspep
sia, Fits, Xeuralsia,' Heart Disease,
Female Weakness, . Debility, and
ticucorrhoea, when .theyjtre manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring. Hy renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listlesslan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. Jllie system move
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
-. PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mas,
. Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWTHBfiC
11 a at,
Kvory year itHTi-af r-1 he pojf.ilar'ity
of tiiis Vahmblc Hair P: v u.m ;
which is !uc-to merit alone. We can
assure oar ohl patrons-lit::! it is kept
fully tp to its hi'jf:; t:t;ulard ; nnl it
is the only rclialdc ami ci Ruled jirejo
aratiop. fop. rc?t orip, r-5 Y -on Faiki
IIaip to its yrratlilu! coor,-ntnvin it
soft, lrr-tro-ti?,' and silken. The scalp,
by its ti-so. becomes white and lean.
It removes all eruption:-- and dandruff,
and, by its tonic )ropertie.-, acvents
the Inur-froK! falling out, as it stimu
lates and nouiislies t lie lairdandi.
3y it;s use, the hair p-ows lliicker and
stror.ev. lnlaldncs.s it restores tho
capillary idands to their normal vhcr,
tmdvill create a new pcrowth, exempt
in extreme old ao;e. It is tlicniost
economical Il.ur: Dressing ever used,
as it requires fewer ap-pIu"ttions, and
c-ives-the hfitr pplendidi-Iossy ap
pearance. A. A;-'If ayes, M.D., State
Assayer of Masaelwset ts, says, "Tho
constituents are pure, and carefully
elected for excellent quality; and I
consider it the IJest IREPAitATioS'
for its intended purposes."
S'Ad by till ' Dntysists, r.wl Dcdcrs in Medicine.
Price One Dollar.
FOE TliJj WIIISKEItS.
As our Iienewcr in many eases re
quires too lon a time, and :too much
care, to restore gray or faded "Whisk
ers, we have prepared this dye, in 'One
preparation; which will qiuo&lv and
effectually accomplish this result. Ifc
is easily applied, and produces a color
which will neither rub nor :was'h olf.
Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty
Cents. " .
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
lmltA Davis, foi 1 J nJ,AiolcsoTii
Ag Mil for Oregon, Q