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l)c lUMklw (Enterprise.
TOWN AND COUNTY.
Coi'NCiL rROCEKDixca. The following
t a summary of the proceedings of the
Liy Council, at the meeting held lust
Monday evening ;
PVes or tuition for the city school were
.tabiished as follows : For three lower
departments, $4.00 per quarter; Academ
fc department, 5,00; Higher depai t
Sent $6.00. For all scholars in a family
over two, 5 1 .00 less for each.
Evict's of Night Watchman dispensed
- . -i - ii 5ntriictfn tn
wuu. . .... , ,a,,ia
itb.but me .wj.-i ,
i-moloy some peiou iu wSu ' , .
tmP. Libmnce and laws of Fire depart
went was read and referred to Com. on
Fire and Water.
Losses by the Senator. The losses oc
casioned by sinking of the Senator are ap
portioned about as follows :
Javier & Co
Miller, Marshall & Co.,
Beach & Monteilb,.
Everding fc tteebe,
Sanborn A Kliott,
O.C. W. Mfff- Co.,
Clackamas Taper Mfg. Co.,.
Other small losses aggregate,
. . . 25
vh the P. T. Company
W control of the river, such lossosas tae
bove were always promptly paid by the
Companies. We are not aware whether
he present Company propose to pay the
damage or force the shippers to lo.se it.
Cax't Tell. We are constantly being
asked by persons who reside on the west
pide of the river for information w hen the
hoats leave this place for Corvallis and
points along the river. It is impossible
for us to give such information, as we be
lieve the boats have no regular days of
leaving this place. The Success is the
only boat now rtmn'ng. and fhe can't
make more than one trip per week.
Wiuiivu School. By an advertisement
ja this issue, it will be seen that Prof.
Maerum will open bis night writing school
i i the rooms formerly occupied by the
Crf.tMin.ir School of Mr. Pope, on Monday
evening next. We hope the young men
of our town will avail themselves of this
opportunity to learn to wi He. The chuigt-s
are certainly low enough to suit any one.
lUxeE. Cataract Hose Company,. No. 2,
will give a grand Christmas Ball on Mon
day evening. Dec. 25th. at Myers Hall No
pains be spared to make this the graud
hall of the season, and it being fur the
benefit of a worthy company, we hope
there will be a lull attendance.
From the most reUabld sources, we
learn that the enterprise of the South Car
olina Land and Immigration Association,
whose (lift Concerts we ad ertise in our
paper, and bv which 500.000 is to be
distributed January Stb. 1872. is of the
most honorable and' fair character, and is
endorsed by the best men of South Caro
lina and New York.
The Senator. The Senator has been
hauled out of the way of the drift "wSod
which is flowing in the river, and is in a
n.ife place to keep her from being knock
ed to pieces. She is badly damaged, and
the probabilities are that she will ptove a
total loss. The water is about twelve leet
deep in her.
Lt.FCTiox ok Directors;. At the annual
meeting of the Stockholders of the Wil
lamette Falls Canal and Lock Company,
holden at the Company's office, Linn City,
Dec. 4th, the following named gentlemen
were elected Directors for the et. suing
ear: Messrs. 15. Goldsmith. M. Gold
smith, Jno F. Miller, P. Wassermau and
JJetckneo. Mr. Joidan. one of the
contractors for the construction of the
locks.wbo left so mysteriously about three
weeks ago. retained to Portland last
Wednesday. We see it stated in a Port
land paper that he returns with sufficient
money to pay off all indebtedness, and
nijl do so and io on with his contract to
completion. We trust this is true.
Eki.iwiols. Rev. Mr. Driver, agent of
the American Bible Society, will preach
in town next Sabbath in the morning at
the Methodist Church, in the evening at
the Congregational Church. Collections
f-.r the Bible Society will be taken.
At Caxemaii. The Fannie Patton and
Shoo-Fly have been taken to the head of
the basin, at Cancmah. The Albany is in
t ie Dry Dock, undergoing repairs, and
the Alice is nearly completed and ready
Saw Mii.i.. We 3re informed that Capt.
Sam. Holmes has quit steamboating and
i now etigaged in building a 6aw-mill
about two miles from town and proposes
to engage in the lmber business
Cess to him.
I m pro v em e nt. A new awning has been
put in Front of the Court House. This
rxtensive improvement undoubtedly was
because Ben. Holliday bought out the P.
T . Company.
jsTKAMBOAT KeVs. The Success is the
only boit now running on the upper Wil
litnette. and makes a trip about once a
week as far as CurvalUs and back.
Not Mich. Out of some thirty-five
tickets held in this place in the Omaha
lottery, only one poor fellow drew a prize
Dayton. The steamboat Dayton reach
ed McMinnville on Monday last, for the
first time this season and brought away a
lull cargo of flour.
High Water. The Willamette has a?
iaiaed a very high stage of water, and
great quantities ot drift wood are flowing,
y esterday the water was falling.
Big Catch. L. Diller, who is engaged
In catching salmon, caught at one haul
last week 175 line large ones. That is
Foit Sabbath-Schools " Chkistmas
Chimes," A choice collection of Christ
mas Carols, just published by J. L. Peters.
50'J Broadway. New-York. It is issued in
pamphlet form. Psalmody size, and con
tains the following Hymns: Babe of Beth
lehem Brkh est and P, -st Chrift is
Born Christmas is here Come, ye Faith- I
mi tiau io we Lord-Hark! the Angels -Holy
A oices Expected Jesus -Babe
is Born Holy Night Christmas Ere.
Little Chidren Star of Bethlehem Mer
ry Christmas Noel ! Noel! Christmas
Tree hisperings in Heaven Snow on
the ground and While Sheperds Watched.
Sent, post-paid, for 20 cents each ; 50 for
SS ; 100 for $15. Sent, per express 503 for
?G5 : 1000 for S120.
Fit Ri'McsiCAi. Monthly forDecember is
at hand, containing nineteen choice pieces
of Vocal and InstrumentalMusic, all of
which can be had for 30 cents. It seems
bard to believe that so mneb can be furn
ished for such a small sum, but we know
that it is. It comes regularly every month,
and contains nothing bat good .Music.
Bound volumes lor 1871 are offered, post
paid, for $5. They come elegantly bound
in crimson cloth, gilt sides and edga, and
guaranteed to cont .in SoOwoith of choice
Piano Music, (some 200 pieces.) If order
ed per express, $4.50 will secure it. We
would advise all those seeking Holiday
Presents to bear this work in mind. Music
is always a proper present to a lady, and
in no other shape can the same amouut
of good music be bought. It is published
by j. L. Peters, olWJiJroadway, New-York.
No one disputes the fact that the safety
and perpetuity of the state depends solely
on the maintenance of civil order, and
ence we are interested with all others in
everything which goes to promote this.
We commend to teachers and school of
ficers and to the people generally, the
able articles bearing upon these points in
the last number of the Journal of Educa
tion' In addition to these, it contains
the paper, complete, read by Mrs. Mary
Howe Smith, before tin National TeMrh-
er's Convention, on "How to teach Geog- i
raphy,' a Poem, by Miss Anna C. Brack- !
ett ; two elegant cuts of School buddings,
notices of new books, educational news.
Ac. Address J. 15. Merwiu, Editor ami
Publisher. 710 Chestnut street, St. Louis.
IJ alloc s Monthly Magazine for De
cember. The December number of this
popular magazine is out and for ealo at
all the depots in the country. It is a cap
ital issue, and has more reading of real
value and interest than any publication
o( its class in the country. No one can
fail to be interested in "BallotFs Maga
zine,"7 for the simple reason that tip pub
lishers cater to the tastes of all, and not to
one class alone, as many serials do. Old
and young can find amusement in Ballou's
and it is not of an expensive kind either,
for J-1.50 secures it lor a year, arid it is
only 15 cents a number. Now is the time
to start clubs for the new year. Address
Thomas &, Talbot, G3 Congress Street,
The "American Stock Journal"' for Nov:
ember has very interesting articles on
Breaking of Pointers and Setters, Profita
ble Poultry Management, Farmer's Clubs.
Steers and Draught Oxen, Mange in Cat
tle, Asses for Farm and Agricultural Pur
poses, the Laboriug Man's Pig. The Pool-
The Establishment of a
Racing Stud. Hay as a feed. How to save
Food. On the Breeding and Rearing of
pigs, care of Farm and Cart Horses. On
the diseases incident to Swine, new meth
od of Horse Shoeing, Improved Dairy
Stock, Ac. ic. This monthly should be
in the hands of every Fanner, as it only
costs 1.0!) a year, and the proprietors
offer the last three numbers of this year
free. Address N. 1. Boyer & Co, Parkes
Tiik economy of our General
Administration, says the Jfohnes
County (Ohio) frrrmer, is shown
in this, that in I S 7 1 we received
3,850,000 from the sale of public
lands, and paid $1,779,080 fur col
lecting it. This was iitty-three per
cent. "What do our business men
think of this? Uncle Sam also pays
seven per cent, for collecting his
revenue, and six per cent, for ob
taining his custom-house duties.
It takes 821,000,000 a .year to pay
custom-house oflicers and internal
revenue oflicers. Private individu
als would take the contract of this
collection for two and a half per
cent and consider themselves richly
Blessing-? brighten ai they take their
flight. The c''ief of tdessitiirs is good health,
Without which nothing is worth having ; it
is a ways appreciated at its true value alter
it is lost, but, too often, not before. Live
properly, and correct ailments before they
become seated. For diseases of the liver,
kidneys, skin, stomach, and all arsinir from
impure or feeble blood, 1'r. Walker's Cali
fornia Yixeoar Bitters are a sure and
speedy remedy. It lias never yet failed in a
Tbose of our readers who desire their hair
to take the same i"o!or as when yeun should
use Hall's Vejr-t;!bie Sicilian Hair Kenewer.
On the 3d inst. at the residence of Mr. G.
W. Parish .in Clackamas county. Oregon, bv
C. F. Beatie, Mr. William D. Clapget. of
Marion county, and Miss Eliza J. Parish, of
In Oregon City, Nov. 50th, 1S71, Amu
Wilkinson, daughter of Mr. Janie Wilkin
son, aged about 0 years and 10 months.
An Offkk. We will give to any young
lady who will get up a club of fifteen sub
scribers to the Enterprise, before tli3 first
of January, and pay in the sum of $37,50.
$15 worth of Messrs. J. L. Peters' new
music, the young lady getting up the club
having the privilege of making her own
selections. Here is a chance for some
young lady to get enough music to last
her for a tew years. We will also furnish
Peters' Musical Monthly for six months to
all who will send in three subscribers
with the money, or for five subscribers we
will furnish them the Magazine for one
year. There is not a young lady in the
county, that plays or sings that should b.'
without this musical work, and they can
easily get this number of subscribers.
Send in the names at once, so you can
commence with the new year.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
cicles are selling, iu this market :
WHEAT White. bushel, $1 25.
OATS pi, bushel. 75 cts.
POTATOES-- bushel. SI 00 eta.
ONIONS bushel, SI oo7, ,$i 50.
FLOUR "fJ bbl. S7 OOSGoO
BEANS White, 4(5 ct'
DRIED FRUIT Apples. r lt,..5r. ct
Peaches. lb., lf.?c: Plums. ft, i.-a
1G cts.; Currants. tb.. 1020 cts
BUTTER Ib.. 35(7)4 Octf.
EGGS "r dozen. 30035 els.
CHICKENS "fi dozen. S 3(57 4.
SUGAR Crushed, t Po.. 20 cts.; Island
r? lb.. 1O012J cts.; N. ().. lb.. 15 cts.;
San Francisco refined. lb . 16-J cts. '
TEA Younx Hyson, ib., 1 50 ; Ja
pan, iK ft., 90cSl 25 ; Black, fi., 75c.
COFFEE "j-? &., 23025 cts.
SALT lb., li7?-,2i cts.
SYRUP Heavy Golden, tall., $1 00 ;
Ex. Heavv Golden. gall., SI 25
BACON Hams. Ex, 1! cts; Sides,
1-t cts. J Pi.; Shoulders. J cts.
LARD "r ft., 14 cts.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene. gall., 75.
Linseed oil, raw. j, gall., $1 50 :
Linseed oil. boiled, "t3 gall., $1 50.
WOOL r.. 35 cts.
BEEF On foot, 7 08 cts. & ft.
PORK On foot. 70Scts. V ft.
SHEEP Per head. S2 OO0$2 50.
HIDES Greon. j
125 cu ; Salted, So
.. 5c. j Dry,?
TJic Great Pictorial Annual.
Hc-stettcVs United States Almanac for
for distribution, grctis, throughout
the United States, aud all civilized countries
of the Western Hemisphere, will be publish
ed about the first of January, in the Ei glis;,,
German, French, Norwegian, Ydsh, Swed
ish, Holland, Bohemian and Spanish lan
guges, and all who wish to understand the
true philosophy of health should read and
ponder the valuable suggestions it contahs.
In addition to an admirable medical treaties
on the causes, prevention and cure of a great
variety of diseases, it embraces a large
amouut of in. formation interesting to the
merchaut, the mechanic, the miner, the
farmer, the painte1, and professional man ;
and the calculations have been made for
such meridians and latitudes as are most
suitable for a correct and comprehensive
The nature, uses, and extraordinar- Eani
tary, effects of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters,
the staple tonic and alterative of more than
half the Chri-tiau world, are fully set forth
in its pages, which are also interspersed with
pictorial illustration., valuable recipes for
the household and farm, humorous anec
dotes, original and selected. Among the
Annuals to appear with the opening of the
year, this will be one of the must useful, and
iiiaj be had for the a.skiig. The proprietors,
Messrs. Hostetter & Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
on receipt of a tivo cent stamp, w.ll forward
a copy by mail to any person who cannot
procure one in his neighborhood. The l;t
teis are sold in every city, town and village,
and are extensively sed throughout the en
tire civilized world.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
OR EG OX.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities, consisting of Lo'fS, HALP
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located iu ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Coiresoondeuts, in this CITY
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIhS, withprreat care and on the most
AD YA N TAG EO U S T E RMS.
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 aud TOWNS in the STATE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
aud forward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, lb71.
Freh Garden, Flower, Tree ami Shrub,
Evergreen, Fruit and Herb Seeds, Prepaid
by Mail. A complete and judicious assort
ment. 25 sorts of either cla-s i-t 00. The
six ela-ses (1.50 packets) for 5 Oo. Also,
an immense stock of one year grafted Fruit
Trees, Small Fruits, Fruit Stocks, Young
Fruit, Ornamental and Evergreen Seedlings,
Bulbs, Roses, Vines, House ami Border
Plants, &c, Ac., the most complete assort
ment in America. Prepaid by mail. Priced
Catalogues to any address, also trade list,
gratis. Seeds on Commission, Agent.
It. M. Watson, Old'Colony Nurseries and
Seed Wa-ehome, Plymouth, M;iss. Estab
lished 1S4-2. " Nov. 10 4w.
Oregon L,otle Su. 3, I. O. of O. F.
Mx'e,s every Thursday even
4&$$&!gg ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
1" H all. Main s ect.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. X. U.
Mulluoniah 1jo1;c 3Ts. 1, A. lt n!
A 31 1 1 tilil its rmriilu r oiimnimiH'a
tions on the Pint and Third iittlur
iliiij in each month, at 7 o'clock from
ihe 2uth of September to the 2'Uh of
March, and 7h o'clock from the 2ot!i of
March to the 20th ot September. Breth
ren in good standing are invited to attend.
Dec. 23,1 S70, By order of W. M.
EVENING WRITING SGHGO
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD R E
1 spectfiiily announce to the citizcus of
Orcgou City, that he will open an
EVENING WRITING SCHOOL,
For young Bodies and Gentlemen, in the
rooms now occupied by Mrs. Athey's select
School, (formerly by Mr. Pope's Giamtnar
JIOXDAV EVENING, Uth IX ST.
School open four evenings each week,
from 7 to 8 o'clock, during a term of ten
Suidrnts to fur-dsh their own stntionerj
RATES OF 1U1TION, $5 00 TER TERM.
J. ALLEN MACKUM,
Dec. 8, lS71,tf Instructor.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the Circuit Court of the State c.f
Oregon, for the county of Clackamas, in favor of
I j. A. Secjy, plamtiiT, and against Daniel Sebas
tian, defendant, for the sura of two hundred and
twenty-rive 55-100 dollars, S-JJo 55. and twenty
live K-100 dollars, 25 1H, costs. I have levied up
on and, on Saturday, the 30th day of Deceuilwr,
1871, at one o'clock p.m., at the Court House
door, in Oregon City, in sn id county, I will sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder, to satis
fy said execution, cost and ai-cruini; costs, all of
the ritdit, title and interest Of said Daniel Sebas
tian in and to the following desc) iled real prop
erty, situated in Clackamas county, to-wit : The
north-east one-fourth of the south-east one
fourth, of section 10, in township 3 south range 1
west, of the Willamette meredian.
ARTHUR WAR VFR,
decftw I Siieriir of Clackamas county.
, And eve" v description
of Wood-working Ma
chinery and Planing
Mill supplies. Address
' 1 BERRY A PLACE,
112 California St. Saa Francisco.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
PORTLAND, - - OREGON-
GEO. Ti. CURRY,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed propertr.
Yahiable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negotiated on properly, 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. 170: tf
SOUTH C AROIilN A
Land ami Immigration
Promotion of Immigration
TO THE SOUTH.
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.
AGEXTS, CirARLESTOX, S. C.
A se.ies of Concerts will be given under
the auspices of the .SOUTH CAROLINA
STATE A G RIC U LT U R A L A N D M EC II A X
ICAL .SOCIETY at the AC A DEMI' OF
MU.SIC, Charleston, S. C, commencing Jan
uary 8th, 1S72, at which disiwings wiit take
place and dis:ributioas be made to ticket
1st Gift ACADEMY OF MU.SIC, Char
leston, S. C, cost to build :23otuno,
having an annual rental of about
f 2o,ooo, from Opera House, Stoies
and Halls; the building being about
230 fe.-t by Co feet, and situated
corner of King and Market streets,
in the center of the city, aud well
known to be the finest building and
niott valuable property in Charles
ton, valued at. .
'2nd (Jiit Cash
'3rd Gift Cash
4th Gift Cash
5th G:tt Cash
'25 Gifts Cash each 1,000...
2. Gifts Cash each "00
35o Gilts. .Cash each 10o
2,000 other Gifts amounting to
24o5 Gifts, amounting to
. . lOo.OoO
. . 2,5,000
. . lo,ooo
. . 25,ooo
.. 1 2,000
. . 35,000
. . 37,000
150,000 Season Tickets of Admission at Five
All Orders Strictly Cnnfidential.
For full Particulars send for Circulars.
Reference in New York City August Bel
mont & Co., Bankers : Hon. Charles O'Con
or, Counselor at Law; Hon. Roger Bryor,
Counselor at Law ; T. A. Hoyt, Esq , Presi
dent Gold Room ; Anderson, Starr & Co,
Merchants; IIou. John E. Ward, Counselor
at Law , Colonel Richard Lathers ; Hunt,
Thompson fc Co., Factors : Pettus & Co.,
Merchants; F. Zogbaum tt Fairthild, Mer
References in South Carolina Gen. Wade
Iliinpton, Hon. B. F. Perry, Gov. M. L. Bou
liam, Gep. Johi;son Hagood , Hon. Arniisted
Burt, lien. James Chesnut, Gen. John S.
Preston, lion. W. I). Simpson, Andrew
Simonds, Esq., Hon. G. A. Trenholm, Gov.
J. L. Manmug, Hon. J. B. Campbell.
To Assure Yourselves that our Enterprise
Is Honorable, let your Banker write to
any Hank Cashier iu Charleston, S,
C , before ordering Tickets
Commissioners and -Supervisors of Draw
ingGen. A. R. Wright, of Georgia; Gen.
Bradley T. Johnson, of Virginia; Colonel
15.11. Kutledge, of South Carolina; Hon.
Roger A. Pryor, New York.
-$?"Tho drawing wiil positively take place
January 8th, 1S72.
INDUCEMENT TO CLUBS.
11 Tickets ft r.
'Si Tickets for loo United .s'tates
50 Tickets for 2oo ) Currency.
100 Tickets for 375
Special rates will be given for 500 or 1000
tickets if applied for immediately.
Remittances can be made to us, and the
ticket- will be scut by return mail by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Charleston. S. C.
General M. C. Bittlkh, John Ch.vdwick,
General M. W. Gauv.
repair H7 o & ''i"IT7'2''e' t
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
1 suueuuees to ihe Public, that he
"WILL CLOSE OUT HIS
LARGE & WELL ASSORTED
TOYS A1V1 FANCY
3J2 gc ian&
REGARDLESS 0? COST !
THE FIXEST STOCK
IX OPEGOX CITY
CALL AXD EXAMINE MY STOCK.
MAIN .STREET, OREGON CITY.
Dec. 1, 1871:ml
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD CALL
the attention of everybody that is fat
tening Ho-s to sell, which will make bacon
that they "will 6nd it to tl eir advantage to
call at the old corner at Albright's Butcher
Shop We are bnvimr Pork and PAYING
THE HIGHEST PRICE of any one else.
Call and see. ALBRIGHT & LOGUS.
Nov. 24, 1671.:tf
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE!
Fall and Winter Trade.
VYING RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported Styles in
Ladies' and Gents'
We will take grrat pleasure in displacing
and rt-ceivin orders from our patrons and
the public general-.
AND HERE !
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
We have all the Late Style of GENTS'
TOILET SLIPPERS just the thin lor pres
ent) LAD LEV TOILET and PARLOR TIES
and Slippers; LADIES' BLUE BRONZE
and WHITE KID BAL.ST (our own make);
Ladies' All Kid, Glove Kid. 411 Cloth, Kid
Foxed Ruttoned Gaiters. The BELLNMI'
BALMORAL (a New Style ot Kid Shoe ;
LADIES WHITE KID SLIPPERS (foi
We have received from New York a few
pair of the Celebrated ELPRAT OPERA.
BUTTON FRONTS, by which a Lace Shoe
can be turned into a beautiful Button Gaiter
Will take ord rs fur the same at any time.
AX I HERE!
We have the Best and Latest Styles in
Misses' and Children's Button Gaiters and
Balmorals that are imported, but for good
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our own make. We Warrant
them iu every respect.
Seven entirely New Styles of Ladies' and
Misses' RUBBERS. The Nillson, Congress,
Marie Antoinette, Queen's German, Velvet
Front and Alaska. Light, Stylish, Durable
and Neat Fitting. Also, a lot ot Children's
Rubbers. Bring on your feet.
COME AXD SEE
CUR CHAMPION BOPT
PR0TZNAN, GILLIHAN & CO.,
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts ,
Dec. 1. lS71:tf
lid $ Eatu bl i . tf d
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLENDS AND DOORS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
&1T They will also do TURNING, of eVrry
description to order,
With Neatness and Bispatcl,
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Ackerman's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on hand
PARLOR, BEDROOM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAUS',
Lounges, Rocking Chairs, Whatnots, Bed
Suleft Boom Iu Dr. Thessing's Brick, Main
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
Wj. Sellvyood, rector. SerVtces on Sunday
at loj a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 r. ji.
1st Congregational Church Scats Flee
Morning Services, 10.
Sabbath School, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services 7 o'clock.
Rev. E. Gekkv, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening,; 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church Scats Free.
Morning Services, lu.30,
Evening Services, .7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Moinin.tr Servces.
Prayer Meeting Thursd;vevening 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
3IcwBoot and Shoe Store.
rpiiE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
JL pectfully call the a option of the pub
lic to his splendid stock CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS and SHOES,
for Ladies' and Genr's wear, just opened,
one door nerth of the Lincoln Bakery, Ore
All kinds of BOOTS and SHOES kept
constantly on band, at CHEAP RATES, and
ordeis taken for the same, to be made in
the latest stvle, at the PACIFIC BOOT and
SHOE MANUFACTURY, Portland, Oregon.
Taken in EXCHANGE AT MARKET Rates.
Oregon City, Nov. 17 1S71.
Rebecca Degree L-olge No. 3, 1. O. O. V
J3 Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y EVEXIXGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd fellows
uaii. .Members oi the Degree ate invited to
THE LARGE -T AND
FINEST STOCK IN
RICH 'jEWBLHY Aa B
33. L. STOjSTE,
WHOLESALE AXD KETAIL DEALER IK
WATCHES and JEWELRY
No-107 Front st- PORTLAND,
Would invite attention of his friends and
the public to his Large aud Choice Assort
From the most Celebrated Makers of E.
Howard fc Co., Boston ; Apelton A Tracy, P.
S. Bartlett, Waltham, Mas-.; Elgin Watches;
J.icot Self-winding Watches ; English
Watches and others.
Also, the botselected STOCK of LADIES
WATCHES, of all description and styles,
which be would be plea-cd to show to all
who ma)' favor him with a call.
AGENT FOR CIIAS. E. JACOT WATCHES.
Fine Jewelry and Solid Silver Ware,
Fancy Articles, suitable for
Silver Watches, of different maker?.
Diamond Pins, Ear-rings an Finger-rings.
Gold Cbatelain Guards and Watch-chains.
Gold Necklaces, Armlets, Cresses, Lockets.
Cold I'ltast-pins, Ear-rings, Finger rings.
Gold Charms and Keys.
California Gold Rings and Bohmes Pat
Moss Agate Setts, Rings and Cuff Buttons.
Wedding Rings, made of pure gold, ex
pressly for that purpose. "
Gold and Silver Thunb'.e-1.
Opera and Marine Glasses.
Pebble Spectacles and Eye-glasses.
,Nolid Silver Napkin Rings.
Silver Fruit and Butter Knives.
Solid Sit.-er Table and Tea Spoons.
Regulators, Seth Thomas Clocks, Marine
Clocks, Gilt Gallery Clocks, ic.
All the abi.ve articles sold Cheap for Cash,
aud warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairing
and adjusting of Chronometers, Duplex and
li. L. STONE,
nov24tt 107 Front st. Portland, Oregon.
The Best are the Cheapest.
THE ACENCY CI" THE CELEBRATED
MAS0X & HAHLIX 0RG.1XS,
OHICKEBING & SONS'
IS NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME, PER
Maneutly established in Oregon. A large
and complete stock will be kept on baud,
and sold at the MANUFACTURER'S
These Instruments are well known
throughout the world, and have received the
We have UNSOLICITED Testimonials in
their favor from the best musical talent of
Europe aud Anv?rii a.
STYXjE of FINISH
QUALITY OF TON!
THEY ARE UNEQUALLED.
EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY
Warranted for Five Years.
Illustrated Catalogues Sent on Application.
GILL & STEEL,
87 Front St., Portland,
AGEHTS FOR OREGON-
PIANO WAREROOM UPSTAIRS.
XEW II All I) WARE STORE,
CORNET KKOXT & STARK STS.,
JOHN IS. EOSTEIS.
Is now receiving and offers for sale, at the
ICwest rates a full stock of
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
Jails, Roes, Shovels,
AnvSSs, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing el-ewbere.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Rudders' Hardware and House Tnrn
minjrs, either at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May 20, lS71:m3 JOHN R. FOSTER.
CHAS. HODGE. .CHAS. E. CALEF. .GEO. W.SXELL
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DEUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARXISJIES, BRUSHES. PAIXTEES
Materials, ana Druggist" Sundrit.
07 Front Street,
NOTARY PUBLIC ,'ENTERPRISE OFF
Oregon City, Jan 5l3:tt
AUCTION AB COMMISSION
A. 15. ISic2aniIsoiii
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portlemtf;
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMerchm ?
dise and Horses, O
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. RiciiARBSoNj Auctioneer
. AT PRIVATEALfe;
Eng !Sh refined Bar and Bundle Iron 0
English Square and Octagon Cast steci m
Horse shoes; Files, Rasps, saws ; ' 0
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron
A largea33ortmentbf Urocfcries undLiqutori
A. 13. Richardson, AuctioEfctr
MUSICAL LIB K ART",
FIFTEEN VOLUMES FILLED .v
With ChoicD Piano Music.
Sill nine Light. A choice col-
lection of beautiful Sacred Soncs. Y Y
Hat Hi and Home, Fireside 1
Echoes, and Swept Sounds. Tliren
A Yol times of easy Songs by Webster,
XJl.1 ersiey, etc.
Co Mm Leaves. Volumes I. and
"JVTTL The two volumes contain all of I j
1 Wi 1 S. Havs' Songs. JLli
Priceless Ucms. A collection1
of beautiful Rallads by Wallace, O
Thomas, Keller, etc. w
g INSTRUMENTAL COLLECTIONS.
Wiry Fingers, Magic Circje. q
Oand Young Pianist. Three volumes"VT
of very easy Music for young players. JJN
IVitri Drops, and Musical Recre-
Mations. Dance Musjc. Twoocollec-rr
tions of moderate difficulty. q -X'leasant
SIcmorirg. "SA. collec-
IVf beautiful pieces by Wyman, Mack,C
liDrcssIer, etc, .
Obileii Chimed: A collection of
brilliant parlor Music by Charles
ISrilliant Gents. A splendid coi
tion, by Yi:bre, Allard, Pacher, Kin C
Price, &i 53 per volume, elegantly bonnd"
in c!q' h, with gilt sides ; $J3 in plipojcloth j
SI 75 in boards. Address,
J. L. PETERS,
f90 Broadway, New Yoik.
We would also call attention to The Opera
at Home, a collection of over one hundred
beautiful opera songs. Price, $" in cloth iQid
gilt. Trade price, novl0tdec2a
TO YOBiSG MEjVT
YOU BELONG THE FUTURE OF
our beautiful and fast prowinjr State.
Soon the shrill whistle of the IRON HORSE;,
as he comes tmoking across this tjreat coil
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry will
"GOOD TIME COMING,''
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to fill the new avenues of Busi1
n ess. Everyone should prepare for an
ACTIVE BUSINESS IIFE
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial affairs of Oreiron iri a few years.
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 j ears of continued
prosperity, the G
PJaticnal Business College
of Portland. Orecon. has sent out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, aridlnany of
whom are now filling high and lucrative ptt
sitions in the Banks. Counting-Rooms aod
Stores of our State. So great is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to send East for assistance. No
enterprising, studious Young Man who has
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want cf a situation an4
at good salary, too.
Every faciliy is here affjrdeJ td acquir-
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATIOlf
in the shortest possible time, anPat
THE LEAST EXPENSE
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he it
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS
which has the efiect of thoroughly familiarise
ing him with all the minutiae of real busineMi.
The course of study embraces Double and
Single Entry Boole-Keeping, QCommerci 1
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspon -
ence, Jiuriness i enmansnip, regular ana
special Lectures, etc.; etc., combining theor
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
GERMAN, ITALIAN, ETC
For full particulars, call at the College OS
ice. in Carter's building, corner of Front
and Alder streets, (entrance on Alder) Port1
land, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
BeFRAWCE &, JAMES,
Merch 31. lS71:yl
Perkins' New School Book, 'Tub
SSong Echo," is pronounced the best Ij"
work of its class for the foJJowingJLf
TUn xr.ioia ail 2Wie and
Olreah every piece is a well known 1 1
Household Melody such as. "Driv-
en from Home." "" rue me
VTter," "Little Brown Church, etcTJ
IS It contains twice as many Songs m-LL
can be found in other works The
,7 ' r wtprl from sixty four
( Xauthors, and not filM vp with one J
author' composition. Fnce,7o cents q
each, or" 50 per dozen. Sarapjj
copies mailed to Teachers for 9
cents. Liberal arrangements for
J. L. PE1 ERS, 599 Broadway, X. Y,
JOHN MYERS, ESQ., IS MY PULY AU
thorized Agent in Oregon Ciff, apd also
Aent for the Estate of Daniel Harvey, de
ceased. MRS, E, HARVEY.
October 1, lS71.m3 Q
JOHN STEGE, HAVING LEFT THE
country without any notice to me, I
hereby notify all concerned, that De Pflrt"
nership of li umbel & Stege is dissolved, and
will not be responsible for any debts of hia
HENRY HUM BEL,
Oiegcn City, Nov. 1, 1S71. nolo