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Tin- T.Kf 'iTK. It IS
unfortunate for us
font circumstances have occurred by Mch
u nVe been derived, ..ofthe great pw
i . I- oi-V I'a-e afforded iw to hear Mrs.
-tl, ,,.,,, present to bear her
1, have no t b 'med that she haul-
SovrtL coullla-t Monday evening
Very freelr. ad regretted very much that
i J ... .".ViMit as sin desired to give us
JlwTXns Low to becotihSa respecta
ble editor. It was certaiuly unfortunate
for us to bo absent vl,,n nch a U.sson
had been mature!
ou uv an i i'jri ij miij .iim
the said that we were
bbcenc and insinuate vu.ga. u m..
our leaders probably know whether our
nsinnations are vulgar or whether they
"ave their origin in vulgar mind Out
Mde of her abuse of the editor of this pa
per there Was. as we are informed, noth
fn,r'r particular interest m the lecture,
ami "it is generally pronounced a weak
1,1 o''Tue-d w evening Mrs. Miller was
Announced to" lecture. .She had hardly
commenced her lecture when a noise in
be back part of the halt and in (font dis
tracted her st that she could not proceed
lai-jrc V .vijv . , . ,u: - 11
till un ui.ii"" ,
-ioniij.i iinri cave it up. e
II.. i;llui tiir a nnnitier nl
rave Known .uis..'"""
veaK know her to be a lady of considera
ble literary talent, and in a cause m Which
tar noble and motherly heart could be
enlisted, could not fail of meeting with
success. Her every impulse is opposed
to the masculine, and degenerate doctrine
to which she has given her talents, and
ve cannot see any future greatness in her
efforts. The cause to which she has giv
vn her talents is unpopular and sustained
Only by a very lew he-women, and not by
he "en tier and motherly portion of her
sexand of which she has ability and tal
ents enough to make her an ornament. We
rincerclv regret that .-lie has espoused the
cause of INC strrrig-tninded, knowing that
her better, ho!ier, and honest instiucts of
'motherly affections will always prevent
her from taking that bold and brazen po
sition before the world so necessary for
success. We should be pleased to aid
nnd encourage .Mrs. M. in any undertaking
Hint we regarded for the benefit of her
sex. ami hope ere long to be able to r
coidher renunciation of the pernicious
mid unpopular doctrine of woman suffrage.
Success will never attend her in that
tause. ller nature is opposed to the dog
?ua and she may as well forsake a cause
in which her heart cannot be enlisted, at
first as at last. -She belongs to the better
v'.enu-nt of her sex.
Christ. m v.s fJoois. Our merchants arc
rill well supplied with articles suitable for
holiday presents, and their prices are
f-uoh as not to make it necessary to go to
Portland. We are satislied that goods
can be obtained as cheap here as in any
toW'U in Oregon, and it is a duty our citi
zens owe to our town and county to give
their support to those who aid in building
up the town. Look over the advertising
columns of this paper and go to those
Svho have suuicieut enterprise to adver-
ise. and you will find no trouble in pro
curing as good bargains here as elsewhere.
Cm; stmas Tkkk. On Saturday evening
at the Episcopal Church, there will be a
dntstnias Tree for the children of the
Sunday School. The exercises will con
sist of singing sweet carols by the children,
an address by the Hector, and the distri
bution of the presents. The parents and
friends of the children who wish to place
"presents on the tree are requested to bring
them to the Church as early as convenient
after 10 o'clock on Saturday, where a
committee will be on hand to receive
them. The public are cordially iuvi'.ed
to btj present.
'Out Say. The year is drawing to a
close, and with it We should, as far as in
our power, settle our past year's debts,
in order that we may commence anew at
the beginning of the year. We shall be
liappy to give all who are indebted to us
n receipt in full drcring the coming week,
so that our patrons will have the consola
tion that, they are not indebt to the print
vr. There is considerable due us and we
V-pe. that much of it will be paid before
CoMi-MMKXTAitv. We have received a
Complimentary ticket to attend the ball to
be given in this city, on Christmas night,
by Cataract Hose Company No. 2. We
ore informed th.t every effort is being
rnnde to raak this the grand ball of the
yeas.fl. and judging from the names of
tire gentlemen on the various committees.
It can cot fail to be a success. Good music
lias been engaged and a line supper Will
Tiik Pikkmx Ix.sravxc:-; Comi'anv. -The
attention of readers is invited to the ad
vertisement of thrs Company. The Phoe
nix is one of the few Companies which
came out of the Chicago fire solvent and
able to pay all its policies, and have a
"large surplus on hand, and as it is one of
theoldest Companies in the United States
H is one of the most reliable ones. Mr.
V. P.JBurns is agent at this place, who is
authorized to issue risks o favorable
Tn-w Wi-.Tnt-,. Thi! weather for the
Vast week has been rather wintry for this
State. Snow fell to the depth of about
two inches on Sunday night and Monday.
At Salem the snow was about eight inches
deep, while at Corvallis it was about eigh
teen. The indications are now very favor
able for the early disappearance of the
white coat which the earth has had on for
the past five days.
Masonic. The following persons were
e'ected officers of Multnomah Lodge No.
1. A. F- A. M., at the meeting held on
the lGtb inst. : J. M. F razor. W. M.. Owen
Y.'ade, S. W.: George Clark, J. W.; Dr. F.
Barclay. Treasurer; J. T. Apperson. Sec
retary:' C. McCue, Tyler. The installa
tion, which is to be public for the families
of the members, will take place on Wed
nesday, the 27th inst.
Oi t and 1!i'xm.m;.- The steamer Sena
tor has been rescued from her threatened
watery grave, repaired and commenced
running again yesterday. It is probably
the intention of the Company to run both
their boats between here and Portland
until they succeed in driving the Carrie
oT the route, when the down morning
boat will be laid up.
Tkee. The children belonging lo the
Congregational Sunday School will have
ii Chrisknas Tree at the Church on Mon
day evening. We are Informed that the
Methodist and Baptist Schools have unit
ed, and will have their Tree on Monday
aveuing, e.t the Baptist Church.
Remember that A. Levy, at the Express
office, u selling out his entire stock of
fancy goods regardless of cost. He wants
them cut of the way to make room
for his fine stock of clothing. Give him
Nick We notice that Messrs. Bailey &
Harding, at 1he Lincoln Bakery, have on
hind some very nice cakes, which are the
thing for a Christmas dinner.
Daily Mail To JiAiiurvv. We are in
formed by Hon. J. D. Underwood, U; S.
Mail Agent, that he has succeeded' in ef
fecting arrangements whereby a daily
mail wi'l be delivered- at Barlow Post
Office, in Clackamas cotmtv, a Pboft d:s
tance from Aurora, rin the Vine of the Ore
gon and California Haihbad. Mr. Under
wood also informs lis that he has 'entered
into an arrangement With thy U S "NT
Company, by which they will forward th
mails now carried by them on their boats
by land, should the river freeze 1o atch
an extent as to stop navigation. Ihtkitin
TyYMrs. llenriette Kelly, A. Levy
and L. Shoncbtir'g, have a full supply of
toys on hand for Christmas presents J
M. Bacon, at the postoffice. and Mr. John'
Homing, in Myers' brick, have on ham
a fine lot of books and other fancy articles
for holiday presents.
Fi:i(oxAT.. We had a call last Monday
from Mr. E. Everts, agent for 21ie West.
We are pleased to learn that he is meet
ing with good success, as the reaper is an
excellent publication. Mr. J. M. Bacon
has been appointed agent in this city.
Not. as Ykt. We are informed by par
ties who had freight damaged by the ac
cident to the Senator, that the Company
has not as yet signified any intention to
pay the damages sustained. The I T.
Company always paid such damages with
out delay and trouble.
Boats. At present, the Fannie Button.
Success and Shoo-Fly are running on the
upper Willamette, and the E. N. Cooke.
Senator and Carrie on the lower. The
Carrie is in opposition to the old line.
Decokatixo. The Episcopal Church in
this city, in accordance with custom, is
being very handsomely decorated with
evergreens for Christmas.
Bki.mhoix. There will be service held
at the Episcopal Church on Christmas
The Elko Independent has the fol
Judge C. H. Bryan, well known through
out this coast as one of the ablest lawyers
in the country, but whose habits of late
years had rendered him unfit to be en
trusted with, c.ny legal business, has
struck it rich since he went to Oregon, by
being employed in an important case with
Holladay for a client. A heavy fee was
the result, if he won the case, which he
succeeded in doing, and now is the owner
of one of the best farms in Polk county.
Oregon, stocked with tome of the finest
thoroughbreds In that State. Instead of
being dead, as was reported at one time,
he is still alive, and will doubtless drill
his -Arizona guard'' fur many years to
We are truly pleased to be informed of
the brilliant success of Judge Bryan but
it will be all news to the people of
What ooks it Mkax? The following is
the letter of Attorney General Akernian
to Grant :
Dkpautmknt ok Ji srn-K.
Washington-, December 13, 1871. )
To the l'resUlent Sir : I hereby resign
the office of Attorney General of the Uni
ted States : this
in accordance with the wish which you
verbally expressed to me to day on the
lOih of January next.
(Signed) A. T. Akki:mn
There appears to be some unpleasant
ness between these two great men. The
election of a Democratic Senator from
Georgia probably had an influence on the
Iukkgu'lai. The mails have become as
irregular as the hens were a short time ago
when dear Susan Anthony had them de
moralized We have nut had an Atlantic
mail for the last ten days, and it is proba
ble that il will be ten days more. With
two daily mails coming info our State and
one tri -monthly, we certainly ought io
nrvtftge to get one occasionally.
Death ok a Good Man. Sheriff C. Bills,
of Multnomah county, died last Sunday .ut
j Portland. Mr. Bills was a man universal
i ly esteemed by all who knew him. His
funeral was very largely attended by the
Odd Fellows, Masons, City and county of
! ficials and the fire Department. Peace be
to his ashes.
Comks. We have received the Jkd
llock Democrat regularly for the past
three weeks. TLere is tome trouble in
the mail betwten this place and Baker
A. A. Sargant has been nominated by
the Badical Legislative caucus of Cali
fornia for U. S. Senator, in place of Cor
Uatiiek Cool. After Grant had invited
Akerman to resign, he sends hint a letter
in which he lauds his integrity, ability ,&c.
If half were true that Grant says of him
whv did he invite him resign ?
Xkw Diikss. The Seattle Dispatch
conies to us with a new dress and bead
this week. Mr. Brown is making a good
paper out of the Dispatch.
AkiIKSTkij. W". M. Tweed, the leader of
the Tammany Ring, has been arrested and
placed in the Tombs.
On Tuesday the 12th inst., by Elder John
JStipp, Mr. Raymond Dickey, and Miss Al
wildy Kamsby, all of Clackamas county,
At the residence of the bride's father, in
Clackamas count-, Dec. U'th, 171, by ller.
E. Gerry, Nathaniel S. Kobins and M;ss
Sarah A. Evans, all of Clackamas county.
At the residence of J. H. Noyer, on the
10th inst., bvC. T. Howard, J. P., Mr. David
Vinzant and phcebc li. Weed, both of Clack-
In this city, Dec. 15th, to the Wife of Mr.
A. C. Bailey, a Sou.
In this city. Dec. 17th, to the Wife of Rev.
E. Gerry, a Daughter.
Ax Okfek. We will give to any young
lady who will get up a club of fifteen sub
scribers to the Enterprise, before tha first
of January, and pay in the sum of $37.50.
15 worth of Messrs. J. L. Peters' new
music, the 3oung lady getting up the club
having the privilege of making her own
selections. Here is a chance lor 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 be
without this musical work, and they can
easily get this number of f-iihsrihnr
! Send in the names at once, so you can
j commence with the new year.
IWery line of travel has its Mu crhv - .Turin'
Hon, where travelers are 're fresh nien ted'
and sent on their way uncomfertable. The
foundations ot disease are often laid by the
irregularities of eatirig, sdeepfng, ant! move
ment of t he bowels experienced dtirino- trav
eling. To prevent an irregular acli6li,aia a
torpid condition of I he UigeMive aparatus
use that wonderful regulator and blood puri
fier Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitter-,
h trfV1.er5 bI ir land, should fad to take
it with hint. It may save his lite.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair llenewer is
an excelent dressing and tonic for the hair
and makes the hair grow thick.
Ui to iUa IVilftt of
NOVEMBER 4, 1871,
TO THE AMOUNT OF
HAD BE EX ADJUSTED
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
The Best is the Cheapest.
Application for Insurance
Should be made to it Agents-,
to be found at all prominent
points in Oregon and Washing
ton Territorv.who are authorized
to issue Policies direct.
R. II. MAGILL, Manager,
424 California Street,
W. P. BURNS, Agent
At OREGON OITY,OREGOX
X. B. Parties holding poli
cies in the Pacilic and other sus
pended Insurance Companies,
can have the same cancelled with
out expense, and obtain Beliable
Tndemnitv, bv applying to the
Agents of the PIKEXLY, OF
GRAND FIREMEN'S BALL,
December 25, 1871,
By Cataract Hose Co. o. 2.
At Myers' IIttilv Oregon CHjr.
HONORARY COMMITTEE :
Mayor Thrs Charman. Chief Engineer J. L.
Barlow, President, Y. L. White, First As
istant, G. A. Harding.
RECEPTION COMMITTEE :
Chl?. E. Warren, Leon. Diller.
Matt. Welch, Herman Katlar,
F. M Albiight.
FLOOR MANAGERS :
Geo. A. Harding, L. Diller,
A. G. White, A . C- Bailey,
.Music by Prof. John Ernest's Cotillion
Tickets, including Supphr, $t.
OVJEIt OXE lU XDRIil) PAGE,
Printed in Two C'olors.'On snperb Tinted
Paper. Kour II n ml red Engraving
of Flowers, Plant null Vt-getablca,
with description , and
TWO COLORED PLATES-
Directions and plans for m iking Walks,
Lawns. Gardens, "c. The handsomest and
best FLORA I. Gl'IDE in theWoi ld. Ail
for TK CEXTS, to those who think of
sold of 1S7I.
Not a qarter the cost. 200,000
EVENING WRITING SCHOOL
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectfullv announce to the citizens of
Oregon City.'that he will open an
EVENING WRITING SCHOOL,
Forvoung Lies and Gentlemen in the
rooms now occupied by Mrs. A they s select
School, (formerly by Mr. Popes Grammar
MONO A Y EVLWIXG, Uth IS ST.
Scltool open four evenings each week,
from 7 to S 'clock, during a term of ten
Students to furnist their own stationery
RATES OF TUITION. ?3 00 ER TERM.
J. ALLEN MACRUM,
Dec. ?, lS7!f Instructor.
S500,000 . .
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
Land anil Immigration
ASSOOIATI O N ,
Promotloh of Immigration
TO THE SOUTH:
BUTLER. CHADWICK; GARY k CO :
AGENTS, CHAIil.ESTOX, S. C.
A sc.des of Concbfts will le civtn tinker
iiic uj:ces ii ine uuill -JAKOMNA
STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAN
ICAL .SOCIETY at the ACADEMY OF
MU-TC, CharleatCH, H. t';; tdrriinehfc ni; Jar.:
uary Sth, 1S7J, at which thaw intra will take
place aud distributions be made ro ticket
1st Gift ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Char
leston, S. C.t cost to build ?JJO,ooo,
having an annual rental of about
tiO.ooo, from Opera House, Stores
and Halls ; the building beinij about
Uao fct by 150 fee, and situated
corner of King and Market streets,
in the center of the city, and well
kuown to be the finest building and
mos-t valuable property in Chai les-
lon, vai ueu at. . .
2nd Gilt Cash..;:..;
T.rd Gift Cash
4th Gift Cash ;
r.th Gift Cash
2j Gift Cash each tl,XX...
25 (tifts Cash each $500
350 Girts. .Cash each Kkt
t-V.H other Gifts amounting to
. . . 100, Oo
. . . 1 0,000
. . . 25,0 n
. . . 1 2,500
. . . 3.",O0O
. . . 37,oOO
. . . f 500,000
2405 Gift, amounting,. to.
150,000 Season Tickets of Admission at Five
All Orders Strictly Cnnfidential-
For full Particulars send for Circulars.
Reference in New York City August Hel
mont A- Co., Bankets: Hon. Charles O'Con
or, Counselor at Law; 'Hon. Rosier Pryor,
Counselor at Law ; T. A. Hoyt, Esq., Presi
dent Gold Room ; Anderson, Starr & Co ,
Merchants; Hon. John E. Ward, Counselor
at Liw , Colonel Richard Lathers ; Hunt,
Thompson & C., Factors : t'ettus V Co.,
Merchants ; F. Zogbaiuu & Fairchild, Mer
References in South Carolina Gen. Wade
Hampton, Hoj. B. F. Perry, Gov. M. L. Bon
ham, Gen Johnson Hagood, Hon. Ariuisted
Burt, Hen. James Chesnut, Gen. John S.
I'rest n, Hon. W. 1. Simpson. Andrew
Simonds, E.-q., Hon. G. A. Trenholm, Gov.
J. I.. Manning, Hon. J. B. Campbell.
To A s-ure Yourselves that our ntc-prise
Is Honorable, let your Hanker write to
any Bank Cashier in Charleston, S.
C , before ordering Tickets
Commissioners and Supervisors of Draw
ing Gen. A. R. Wright, of Georgia; Gen.
Bradley T. Johnson, of Virginia: Colonel
15. H. Rutledge, of South Carolina; Hon.
Roger A. Piyor, New York.
T"The drawing will positively take place
January 6th, 1 672.
INDUCEMENT TO CLUBS.
11 Tickets f. r 50 )
2-'J TickeU for 1"0 Y United States
50 Tickets for 20o ) Currency.
100 Tickets for 375
Special rates will be given for 50o or loOO
tickets if applied fur immediately.
Remittances can be made to us, and the
tickets will be sent by return mail by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Charleston. S. C.
General M. C. I'.tri.ru, .Tons Chaiwick,
General M. W. Gary.
D. c. S:w4
II 13 A B
SIMS Jason !
riMIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
I inncunces to the Public, that he
AVILL CLOSE OUT HIS
LARGE & WELL ASSORTED
TOYS AN J FAN Y
carst oc gcs nsrx 9
REGARDLRSS OF COST !
THE FINEST STOCK
IX OREGON CITY.
CALL AXD EXAMINE MY STOCK.
"M A N .STREET, OREGON CITY.
Dec. 1, lS71:ml
rTMIF. UNDERSIGNED WOULD CALL
JL the attention of everybody that is. fat-fpnino-
II02S to sell, which will make bacon
that they will find it to tl eir advantage to
call at the old corner at Albright's Butcher
chnn. We are buvinff Pork and PAYING
' THE HIGHEST I'KlLJb ot any one else
Call and see. ALBRIGHT &. L0GUS
Nov. 2i, 1871.:f
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE!
Fall ami Winter Trade.
HAVING RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported Styles in
Ladies' and Gents1
Hoots ;ttil Gaiters,
We will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons ntld
the public generally.
AND HERE !
mm ii'iiiwiii 1 1 w
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
We have all Sthe Late Stvles of GENTS'
TOILET SLIPPERS just the thins for pres
ents LADIE.S' TOILET and PARLOR TIES
and Slippers; LADIES' ULUE KROXZF.
and WHITE! KID HAL.V four own make):
Ladies' All Kid, Glove Kid. Ml Cloth. Kid
Foxed Buttoned Gaiters. The BELL NAM P
11ALMOR.AL (a New Style of Kid Shoe '
.ADIES WHITE KID SLIPPERS (for
We have received from New York a few
air tit the Ct-Iebiated Ef.l'U AT f IIT'Ii
ltUTTON FIIONTs! In- hir-l. .. r o kM.
- - - " -, - y u uiv,n 4k JAUjU 711 wt;
can C lurried into a beautiful IHnton Gaiter
ill take OHtt rs tor the same at any time.
We have the Best and Latest Srvles in
Misses' and Children's Button Gai crs and
15 il mora Is that are imported, but for good
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our own make. e w arrant
them in every respect.
Seven entirelv New Styles of Ladies' and
IIITiiUKt: Tin. VilUi.n IVmi.n.i!c
arie Antoinette, Queen's German, Velvet
rout and Alaska. Liiiht. vlish. Durable
and Neat Fitting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. 1 r i u r on vonr feet.
COME AN D SEE
CUR CHAMPION BOOT!
PROTZMAN, GILLI AN & CO.,
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts ,
PORTLAND, R EG ON.
Dec. 1. lT;lf
i on i n j: ma .y cr. i c Ton v of
SASHj BLINDS ANO OGORS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
3- They will also do TURNING, of f very
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatch
all work "Warranted.
Fhop 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 Chairsv Whatnots, Red-f-lcads,
S;des Room In Dr. Thessing's Brick, Main
St. Pauls CEpcopal) Church, the Rev. Jrhu
W. Selhvood, rector. Services on Sunday
at lo3 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 r. m.
1st Congregational Church Seats Free
Morning Services, 10.
Sabbath School, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
Rkv. E. Gkkry, Acting Pastor
ritAYEK MEETING S.
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening, 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church, Seats Free.
Morning Services, 1O.30,
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Morning Servres.
Prayer Meeting Thursday evening 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
Xcw Boot and Shoe Store.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
JL peetfullv call the a ntion of the pub
lic to his splendid stock f CUSTOM -A. VDE
BOOTS and SHOES,
for Ladies and Gent's wear, just opened,
one door uerth of the Lincoln Bakery, Ore
Atl kinds of BOOTS and SHOES kept
constantly on hand, at CHEAP KATES, and
ordeis taken for the same, to be made in
the latest stvle, at the PACIFIC BOOT and
SHOE MAN UFACTURV, Portland, Oregon.
Taken in EXCHANGE AT MARKET Rates.
Oregon City, Nov. 17 1871. v
Rebecca Degree Lodge So. 2, 1. 0. O. P
Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Meuibers.yf the Degree aie invitea to
Sii. I . i .'.i. iij.im: r -Z Q m
THE LARGEST AND
FINEST STOCK IN
RICH JEWELRY AK D "
33. L. . S-TOISTE,
whlLESAi.E AND HETAtL IIEAI-EK tN
WATCHES and JEWELRY
No-107 Front st PORTLAND,
Wo'.ild invite attention of his friends nnd
the public td his Large and Choice Assort
From the most Celebrated Makers of E;
Howard it Co., Boston ; Apelton it Tracv, P.
S. Rartletti Waltharn; Mass-; Elgin Watches;
J:!C0t Seifv.inding VaUhesj English
Watches and others.
Also, the best selected STUCK of LADIES'
WATCHES, of all description and styles,
which he would be pleased to show to all
who may favor him with a call.
AGENT FOR CHAS. E. JACOT WATCHES.
Fine Jewelry and Solid Silver Ware,
Tahcy Articles, suitable for
Silver Watches, of different makers.
Diamond Pins, Ear-rings an Finger-rings.
Gold Chatclain Guards and Watch-chains.
Gold Necklaces, Armletss Cresses, Locket.
Gold Ui cast- ins, Ear-rings, Finger rings.
Gold Charms and Keys.
California Gold Rings and Bchmesf Pat
Moss Agate Setts, Rings and Cuff Buttons.
Wedding Rings, made of pure gold, ex
pressly fur that purpo.-e.
Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Opera aud Murine Glasses.
Pebble Spectacles and Eye-glasses.
iSolid Silver Napkin Rings.
Silver Fruit and Butter Knives.
S'did Sit.'er Table and Tea Spoons.
Regulators, Set h Thomas Clocks, Marine
Clocks, Gilt Gallery Clocks, &c.
All the abf.ve articles sold Cheap for Cash,
and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairing
and adjusting of Chronometers, Duplex and
A eric an Watch s.
T5. L. STONE,
noviillt 107 Front st. Portland, Oregon.
TSY VIHTVl' OF AX KXlXUTlOX ISffUKI)
out of the Circuit Court of the iState of
Oroty-ni, fr the county of t.'laekaitiits, in favtr of
I.. A. Heelv, -olairvtiif, and auainst Daniel Sebas
tian, defendant, for the sum of two hundred and
twenty-five 5S-100 dollars, $2-2t) 5. and twenty
tive 10-100 dollars, 25 16, costs. 1 have levied up
on and, on Saturday, the tith day of January,
1872, at one o'clock p. rn., at the Court House
door, in Oregon City, m said county, 1 will sell
ut public auction, to the highest bidder, to satis
fy said execution, cost and accruing costs, all of
the riirht, title and interest ot said Daniel Sebas
tian in and to the followinar described 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 Wilkunette nieredian.
decSwl Sheriif of Clackamas county.
FOB, STEAM ?IPE8 and BOILERS-
Saves 2" per cent, of fuel an item wrth
looking after. For Mile by BERRY t
PLACE, 112 California street, San Francisco,
who also keep in stock Mining and Eginecr's
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
PORTLAND, - - OEEGON.
GM. Ii. CIJltBY,
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
foi real estate.
Loahs negotiated oh property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE No. It Carter's Building corner
of Alder ami Front streets. 1
Feb. 3, JS70';tf I
MAY HARDWARE STORE,
CORNET FROXT tfc STARK STS.,
JOHN It. FOSTER
Is now receiving aud offers for sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock of
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
Mails, Ropes, Shovels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing el-ewheie.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Builders Haidware and House Trim
mings, lither at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May '20, 1871:m3 JOHN R. FOSTER.
CUAS. HODGE. .CHAS. E.CALEF. . GEO. W. 3NKI.L
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VAIIXISIIES, BEUSI1F.S. T A INTERS
Materials, ana Dryggifts" Sundries.
07 Front Street,
- . Portland, Oregon.
Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F.aml
a A M. Holds its regular communica
yCVw tions on the First and Third Satur
JJrdJii in each month, at , o clock from
x the "nth of September to the 20th of
March and 7h o'clock from the 20th of
March' to the 20th ot September. Breth
ren in good standing are invited to attend.
Dec. -23,1S70, Byorderof W. 31.
A UCTION AXD COMMISSION
A. II Micltsii'clsoii,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, PcrtlakJ.
A U CTI O N SALES (
Of Real Estate, Groceries; Generalllrfcani
dise and HorseB, , ''"
Every Wednesday 'dnd Saturday t
A. B. Richarpso; AuCtioneaf
AT PRIVATE SAE. -
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron - '
English Square and Octagon Caststcei
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws ; ' 0
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Irpn ;
a i.so : . . ,
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. 'Richardson, Auctioneer
ADVERTISE M C ti T.
MUSICAL LIB EAETj
FIFTEEN VOLUMES FILLED
With Choice Piano Music.
Shining Iiglits. A choice Col-
H lection of beautiful Sacred Songs. TTJ
IIa.itli Home, Fireside 1
Echoes, and Sweet Sounds. Three s
A Volumes of eas Songs by Webster, TTf
Persley, etc. li
Goldin heaves. Volumes I. and
"VT"II. The two volumes contain all oFTr?
1 Wi l S. Hays' Songs. JJj
Pric-liss ttt'iiis. A collection
Tof beautiful Ballads by Wallace,
'Thomas, Keller, etc.
F.-iirV it niters. ilaeij Circle.
Oand Young Pianist,. . Three volumes"VT"
of vei y easy Music for young players.
!.- rl iroj)s, and Musical Ilecre--
Mations. Dance Music. Two cdllec-r" k
tions of moderated difficulty. ' JL
I'lcusuiit Mrinories. A collec- -
IT of beautiful pieces by Wyman, Mack,!
1Dressler, etc, O O
t-iilden C A coflectionrpf
brilliant parlor Music by Charles
i;i illiaii( Gems. A splendid coi
tion, by Vilbre, Allard, Pitcher, Kin
Prick, $3 50 per Volume, elegantly bound
in clo: h, with gilt sides ; 8-4 in plian cloth
$1 73 iu boards. Address,
509 Broadway, New VMk.
We would also call attention to The Opbra
at Home, a collection of over one hundred
beautiful opera songs. Price, S3 in cloth and
gilt. Trade price, -.
TO . YOITN MEN !
rpO YOU BELONG THE FUTURE OF
JL our beautiful and fast growing State;
Soon the shrill whistieof the IRON HORSE,
as he comes tmoking ecross this great con
tinent, drawing after hiin the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth aud Industry, will
"GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to till the new avenues of Busi
ness. Everyone should prepare for an
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE
Great changes have been made in the com'
niercial affairs of Oregon in a few yearsj
What the dcvelopements of our State will bd
in the future, is a question which depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young Men.
Writbin the past four years of continued
prosperity, the .
National Business College,
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES,
of joung men fully qualified, and many of
whom are now filling high and lucrative pof
sitions iii the Bunks, Counting-Rooms and
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 his
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want of a situation and
at good salary, too. w O
Every faciliy.is here afforded to acquit
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE
Every student will haT an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD Ot BUSINESS,
which has the eflect of thoroughly familiarii
ing him with all the minutiae of real business.
The course of study embraces Double and
Single Entry Book-Keeping, COmmerci I
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspon -ence,
Business Penmanship, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc, combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
knowledge of ;:
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 cicuJar. Address
DeFRANCE &. JAMES,
Merch 31. 1871 ij I
Perkixs' New School Book, ' Tub
SSono Ecuo," is pronounced the heMX?'
,n.k- r,f its class for the followingJLli
I I ? tlfl!" -"- -
The Music is all AVtp and
C trtth ; every piece is a wen Known
I I tt WtAnAv sueh as ."Driv-
- liAmo " Write me a Iet-
VTter," '-Little Brown Church, etc.TT
J It contains twice as many Songs asX 0
ran be found in other works. The
G Music is selected from sixty four"
authors, and not fdhd vp with oneJ
author' e composition. I rice,75 cents
each, or ?7 50 per dozen. Sample
copies mailed to Teachers for 65
cents. Liberal arrangements for 0
J. L. PETERS, 599 Broadway, N. Y. Q
e t. 22:ml
JOHN MYERS, ESQ., IS MY DULY Au
thorized Agent in Oregon Citv, and also
Agent for the Estate of Daniel llarvev, de
ceased. MRS. E. HARVEY.
October 1, 1 87 l.m3
JOHN STEGE, HAVING LEFT THE-'
country without any notice to me, f
hereby notify all concerned, that the part
nership of Humbel & Stege is dissolved, an
will.not be responsible for any debts of his
ontracting. G q
" HENRY HUMBELv
Oreron Cit.v, Not. 1, 1871. noil)