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5EI)C lUcchln (Enterprise.
TOW-V A.VO COI XTV.
Okkk-kks At the regular meeting of
Oreeon Lclare. No- 3. I. O. O. F., h-ld on
tjj0 vs:h lift., tl.rt following gtiuifhirij
"elected officers fur the ensuing term:
H P I'ope. X. J.; W. II. Marshall, V. G.;
Chas. K- Warren, ii. S.; M. ('. Athey. 1'.
S Jacob Wormian. Treasurer; A. J. Ap-p-rson,
N. '.V. Kamhill and Ii. A. Hughes.
Trustees. The newly elected officers were
publicly installed lust evening by Deputy
Grand Matter A. J. A p person. At the
close of the installation, the Deputy
Grand Master introduced Chas. E. Warren.
Esq.. who delivered a very able addier-s.
which did credit to his literary abilities.
We regret that the lateness of the hour at
which it was delivered ptevents as from
publishing a summary of it.
Lkctvrk. Rev. P. S. Knight, of talem,
delivered (he first lecture of the course,
under the auspices of the Good Templars,
in the Methodist Church, last Wednesday
evening. Subject "'The Cynicsv' L'ad
weather and insufficient notice, resulted
in there not being a very large audience
present. Put the lecture and music were
good, and those present appeared to be
well entertained. The next lecture will
be given on Friday evening of next week,
Jan 12lh. by Prof. L. L. "Rogers, of the
Willamette University. We do not know
the subject, but from the Professor's repu
tation, we are satisfied that those w ho will
attend will hear something of interest.
Let there be a full house.
Cocxcii. P:oCi:i:iiNG.s. The following
U a synopsis of the proceedings of the
City Council at the meeting held last
Tuesday evening : Fire ordinance Xf . 1H
was passed, and ordinance Xo. li was re
pealed. The time for completing the cut
vert, on Main street, was extended. A
petition for the position of night watch
man was presented, but subsequently
withdrawn by the petitioner. Complaint
was made by L. Shoneburg agaist the bad
conduct of certain buys, and the City
Marshal was instructed to look after them.
Land Si.iok. On Friday evening last, a
heavy land-slide occurred at the railroad
depot in this city. The rain during the
day had formed a cataract, which poured
over the cliff until it loosened the earth
to such an extent that a huge quantity of
it came down very suddenly, completely
covering both tracks of the road to the
depth of more than a foot. Information
of the disaster was at once telegraphed
both north a jd south; workmen ai rived
!minr the niirht. and bv noon on Satur
day the road was cleared of
Postal M.vrnats. The following is a
summary of the postoliice business in the
Oregon City office for the year ending
Jan. 1. 1S72 :
Total number of orders issued . 700
Amounting to $13,S79 83
Xo. of orders paid, 'iff.
Amount paid 3 S.olfi -17
Total number of stamps cancelled for
six months ending Dec. 31, 171, l'J.to'.).
Anion n t
of stumps cancelled in money,
MiNsri:i:t.s Co.UiXU. The celebrated
Purdy !t Vincent Minstrel Troupe will
give their first entertainment in Oiegon
City, at the Court House, on Saturday
evening. This Troupe has hid a long
run in 'Portland and a successful tour up
the valley, and is spoken of by the press
everywhere as first-class, full of fun and
entirely free of vulgarity. Give them a
AxoniKi: Gh.vxuk. Presto, change
now the order of the day. The accommo
dation trains of the O. & C. II. II. are now
making but three trips per week, going
poulli on Mondays, Wednesdays and In
These trams run only to Albany, a freight
ear attached to the express train carrying
height to and from points farther south.
Goon Tkmpi.aks" Fi:snv.r.. W'e liave
been informed that the Good Templars'
festival, held on Xew Year's night, was an
agreeable affair. Having understood that
il was designed specially for members of
the Order, we weie not present, and can
not speak more fully.
11et!iogi;auin;. When we had no rail
road, the boat brought, us the daily papers
from Portland at half-past six in the
morning; now we get them by rairoad at
three o'clock in the afternoon twelve
hours alter they r.re printed. Progressive !
K.XC'AMrMKXT. A. L. Siiusotl, 11. W. D.
G. P.. will institute Falls Kncaniprnent No.
4. I. O. O. P., in this city, mi Monday
evening, January S. 1S72. Members of
sister Lodges are requested to be present
on the occasion.
J.ArrrsM. The Sacrament of Baptism
was administered last Sunday, at the Ppis
C ipal Church, to a class of four girls.
A very able and nppropriite sermon was
delivered by the Hector suited, fcr ihe oc
casion. Lit hat I'M. We overlooked an error in
our notice of the Christmas Tree at St.
Paul's Church, last week. Instead of a
' crucifix," we intended to say " cross."
Kki.toiocs. Kev. J. W. Sellwood will
preach a sermon ne;t Sunday morning, at
the Episcopal Church, appropiiato to the
WiTiinuAWX. The steamer Senator has
been withdrawn from the trade between
thb city and Portland. We now have but
one boat per day.
Tiik Carrie, after having been laid up
for several days, resumed her trips to-day.
A Bitter Hetort
Hear what the Savannah. Ga., Aecs
Bays, in reply to the remark of a Boston
paper, that '-South Carolina now feels the
first turn of the Executive thumb screw :'
Fold your arms, gentlemen of New
England Democrats of the Xorih. told
your arms, and quietly look on. Vv'atch
the turning of the "thumb-screw."' a :d
ilmly witness the tortures ol the helpless
Victims. Speculate ami theorize about the
wrong and the right of the proceeding,
the necessity or excuse for such measuns
of oppression, persecution and barbarous
despotism. Ae.piiesce in the usurpations
of our tyrants Quietly submit to the
overthrow of our Constituiional govern
ment, for it is your bull and our ox. But
do not expect to escape unscathed. His
tory has demonstrated that the Union
could not exist " half free and half slave.''
Time w ill prove that it cannot remain half
Republican and half despotism. The time
is uol far distant when you will look upon
the lawless and oppressive acts of a re-ltmtle.-s
and cruel despotism wiih less com
placency. True I The despotism of this unprinci
pled, tyrannical and corrupt Radical party
cannot always remain. A day of fearful !
retribution awaits it. Democrats, the des
tiny of this country is in your hands. You
can, if true to your principles, wrest it
from the iron giasn of despotism, by the
potent medium of the ballot-box. Make
no concessions to the siren voice of "pol
icy ,"' but nobly tight for right, for justice,
fo'r Constitutional liberty, and the victory
. . ,
The telegraph wires having been down
during the past fortnight, we clip the fol
lowing news items from the latest
changes at hand. Ed. livTEiU'iiisa
WASIILXG TOX XEll'S.
Washington-, Dec. lit. The Commis
sioner of Internal Revenue has notified !
I he .-isses.-ors of Government Revenue in
each district of the United States that the
commissions, of all surveyors of distiller
ies will be revoked, to take effect on the
31st instant. The Commissioner will des
ignate assistant assssois to perform all
duties heretofore performed by surveyors.
The President sent the following nom
inations to the Senate to-day: T. Li. Ode
neul. Superintendent of Indian Affairs for
Oregon; Sinnot. Indian Agent for Grand
Jesse Grant, the father of the President,
was stricken with paralysis to-day at 2 p.
in., in the Covington postoliice. lie fell to
the lloor, aud was insensible tor some
time, but is now convalescent.
Washington. December 20. A resolu
tion by Senator Rockingham was adopted
authorizing ihe Connr.iuee on Retrench
ment to sit at Xew York; the committee
to administer oaths and take testimony,
the expenses being provided by the pay
ment of $o,0UU from the Contingent Fund.
The Senate discussed the House Amnes
ty bill, and agreed to vote on it to-morrow.
Washington. December 21. The II use
finished the debate on Hoar's bill, fur the
appointment of a commission on the sub
ject of labor, wages, etc. After voting
down an amendment directing that the in
vestigutiou be made by the Roard of Sta
tistics, aud another providing for a joint
Committee of the two Houses on the sub
ject, and adopting a third, the bill passed
bv a vote of Kit to oS.
The bill provides for the appointment
by the President, with the advice and con
sent of the Senate, of a commission of
thtee per.-ous. one of whom shall be prac
tically identified wiih the laboring inter
ests of the country, and all .shall be se
lected from civil life, solely with refer
ence to their character and capacity for
a i honest, and impartial investigation, and
irrespective of partial or political consid
thev shall hold ofiice for one
purpose is sooner accom
plished, and thev shall investigate the sub
ject of wages, hoti's of labor, the division
of the joint profits of labor and capite.l.
and the social, educational and sanitary
conditions of the laboring classes of the
United States, ana how ihey are affected
by the existing laws regulating commerce
finance ami currency. The commissioners
are to receive a salary of So.000 each,
and are authorized to employ a clerk. The
report is to be made to the President, and
by him to be transmitted to Congress.
E U 110 PEA X MATTERS.
Lonhox. Pec. 1'J. The journals express
admiration of t he manner in which the
American pi ess supplied the news of the
Prince's condition. Bulletins issued from '
Saudi inghum at ,! a. m. appeared in the
morning editions of the American papers,
which appear before daylight. The noon
aud l p. m. bulletins appear in the early
odiiiuns of the American papers. All con
cur iu the opinion thai the rapid way in
which the dispatches were transmitted,
and their general accuracy, make one of
the marvels of journalism.
Thiers congratulates Queen Victoria on
the recovery of the Prince of Wales.
English journals, whiie expressing no
opinion on the merits of the case, regret
the diRicuIty into which Minister Schenck
has fallen, and ciie as precedents the case
of other Ambassadors, notably that of the
Duke of Sukhumi, w ho, while Minister of
L'ortug il to a foreign power, was permit
ted to engage in private .speculations.
OA Lira EX I A XEIVS.
Sackamkxto, Dec. 2!). The commission
of Aaron A. bargent. as U. b. benator, to
succeed Cole, was issued this afternoon;
also of Bolander. and Judges lihoades
and .Niks, and of U . M. Lddy and IX. Pat
ton, appointed Notaries iu Nevada couuty.
JohnW. Craw lord, well known in sport
ing circles, died to-day.
M vitvsvuj.K. Dec. 2d. The Sutter coun
ty Court House, at Yuba City, was totally
des royed by fire last night. The records
in the vault were saved. The fire is sup
posed to be the work of an incendia-y
Some of the California and Nevada pa
pers are urging the nomination of Booth
for Vice President.
L. II. Poote has been appointed Major
General ot the California militia.
Peal estate business atSteilacoom has a
The Beliingham Bav was again on fire
last week, and had to be flooded to put it
Tlu re lias been move snow on Puget
Sound this winter than for the last tea
Although situa'ed in a foresf.Ol ympia is
short of wood, t'lere being nobody to cut
and haul it..
Speculation in real estate continues
quite lively at Olympia. Town lots are
going off rapidly.
Bis'iop Morris writes to a gentleman at
Olympia that he has secured a pastor for
St. John.s Church, in that city.
Idaho City has so much bogus gold dust
in circulation that its business men are
compelled to resort to a greenback cur
rency. Passenger trains will be running on the
NorthernPaciflc Railroad, from Pumph
rev's Landing to Kalama, by the 10th of
Messrs Ward & Mitchell, of Tnmwater.
near Olympia, W. T.. announce that, they
are prepared to build to order all the
freight cars required by the Northern Pa
It is rumored that Captain Finch in
tends to place the steamers Olympia and
Wm. Taber on the route between San
Frartftisco and Victoria, nnder a subsidy
from fie Dominion.
Gen. James Tilton has been assigned to
the duty of making a complete survey of
both sides of Budd's Inlet, at Olympia.
and the side possessing the greatest ad
vantages will get the terminus.
The mortality among Mormon children
is said fo be very great. Of sixty deaths
in Salt Lak". in one month, forty-four were
children. Ileber Kimball is reported to
h ive buried fortv-eight children out of a
small familv of sixty-three. One Bishop
had lost twenty children; another, twenty
eight: another, seventeen. It seems from
this that children of polygamists have but
The Northern Pacific Railroad Company
publish in Olympia papers their accept
ance of Olympia's offer of land for rail
road purposes, and agree to locate the
road connecting the Columbia river with
the navigable waters of Budd's Inlet, on
which Olympia is situated, before the first
of Mav next. They require the people of
Olvmpia to obtain "a free right of way for
the road from Bush Prairie to the termiuus.
A stage driver drove his equipnge info
a stream near Co It age Grove, the other
dav. to wash off his team. when, the cur
rent catching the lenders, the stage, con
taining five passengers, one a lady, was
ewept rapidly down the stream. The pas
sengers, driver, and three of the horses
were with great tlifficnltv rescued by par-
nlnnsro.l " n th. r'l.i? r
, . . . n--u -l
the unfortunate passengers. The m-xiU
and express were recovered, though in a
Tor the Enterprise.
TH: DEATH OLD YEAR.
The cold wind shrieks, and the rain drops
With an echo wild and drear
And the clouds have spread a gloomy pall,
lo euffhroud the dying year.
Tenderly, mournfully breaks the knell
On the quiet midnight air :
11..i..tt.. .1.. Ii ... '
i i.t.u.neiy. sj.liy ns so!t nu.es
The death of the dear Old Year.
Ah me ! Can it be ? The old year dead !
tione out to return no more,
lis joys, its tears and its bright hopes fled,
0 1 ast, to thy lonely shore?
Softly, come softly ; the pulse is stil',
Like marble the silent form.
Cold as the lips of the frozen rill,
And still as the coming dawn.
O Year now gone, in thy life so brief,
I-nil many a joy had birth.
Full many a heart swelled high with grief,
1 ull many wiih songs of mirth.
Xow joyful, now sad. the lines we trace
Of thy record clear and bold.
Tales of terror, of shame, of disgrace,
Of fire, of famine, of cold.
Of sunny homes now shrouded in gloom,
Pecause of a voice at rest ;
Of precious hopes laid low in the tomb ;
Pereaved ones, God knows best.
Of beautiful, cloudless days of joy.
Of life-paths strewn with flowers,
Of Peace, untouched by earths alloy,
Culled from celestial bovvers.
Of Spring with her birds and glad green
Of Summer with rosy brow,
Of Autumn, with fruits and fragrant breeze,
Ot W inter, mantled in snow.
All these, and a thousand relics dear,
We'll lay in the dust with thee.
And tenderly guard them year by year,
Till our life shall cease to be.
Then green be thy grave, and sweet thy
" Old friend so tried and true,
Thy graces shall shine in Mem'rys crest,
Like stars, in the silent blue.
Oiegon City. Jan. 2, IS72,
Dkckaskd. Bishop Osinan C. Baker, of
fie Methodist Episcopal Church, died at
Concord, X. II.. on the 21st of last month.
Almost every thing has its parasite, which
lives with it, and preys upon it. Man is no
exception, for tape, pin, aud other worms
lurk in the system, and often cause rreat dis
turbance. They do not exist in healthy bod
ies ; hence they are a sure proof of ill
health. They arise in imperfect action of
the Stomach and other vital organs, and lurk
in vitiated blood ; no mere vermifuge can
remove ?them. Dr. Walker's Califoknia
Vixkoak PuriFus will not only expel the
worms, but by restoring the blood and di
gestive apparatus to u healthy condition,
will remove the cause of the trouble.
A CoRiiEsroxDEX'T, writing from Athens,
curiously contrasts the mixtures to be ionnd
there' et ancient and modern civilizations,
lladioads spin their trains amid the tem
ples of thiee thousand years; steamers dasii
their swells upon the l'ircus, and the scream
of their whistles resounds from Athos, Pen-
tehcus and Cytheron to Oh'mpus and tee
havens beyond t!e:r gods . J)r. Ayei sworld-
renouned medicines, those consummations
of modern science, are posted on the .Acro
polis, the Parthenon, the Areopagus and the
i hesion, while the modest cards ot Cherry
Pectoral, Aver's Sarsaparilla, Ague Cine
aud Pills look from the windows of the shops
in the strceta of Athens, where they are
sold. JN. 1 . Sunday (,!ube.
Halls cgetablc Sicilian Hair renewer
does not color, but restores the hair to its
PURDY and VISMGEfaT'S
WOE.LI) RENOWNED AND FAR
Burlesque Opera Troupe !
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Saturday Evening1, January 6, 1872
The Great Autocrats of Minstrelsy,
Jill. S. S. PITRDY,
The Great Basso Vocalist,
ME- AIXTSLY SCOTT-
The Girl of the Period,
THE WONDERFUL FOSTELLE
Messrs. YANKR, ISA BORE FRANKE,
GREfiG, STANWOOB, RILEY,
WARD, MOORE, CASSIDY, and
TWO SPLENDID BANDS-
Admission, oO cents. Reserved seats 75
cents. Children under twelve, 25 cents.
1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
j the Postoflice at Oregon City, Jan. 1
Allison, Martha Miss,
Burbanks Jas T,
Cameron, T C,
Dav, Lot ser Hon,
Davis, W A,
Bates, 8 A,
I'ickev, Eveline Miss,
Evens', Patrick, 2,
Gray, Myra Miss,
( Jrubapp, Mary Miss,
Hendricks W II,
Mason, Jas T.
Patterson, Jas II,
Richards B, 2,
Smith, M E Miss,
Smith, D L,
Taylor, W W,
Walsh, John E,
Welch, G J,
Oreszir, Minnie Miss
llarlen, Felica Miss
Mai rs. Latayett e,
McKenney, D M,
Oswalt, J ulia L Miss
Parrish, Bird, 2.
Parker, II E,
Williams. II O;
Walla-e. Win M,
If called for, please sav " advertised."
J. M. BACON, P. M.
Main Street, Oregon City.
B'e BILLIARD TABLES in. OEEGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cisrars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbou alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
also, a xo. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oresren Citv, Jan. 1, lS72:tf
I-Jctica to Stockholders
Of Odd Fellow's Hall Association.
rlvHE'ANXUAD MEETING OF THE O. F.
A- II. Association will be held at the office, in
i odd Fellow's Building, Main street, Oregon City,
t I . i nV!;n'!.- A. in., on Ihur.sttay, a Hilary IHlh.
n-i for tho cli-etiou of otiiccrs, and such other
ce bctorc the meeting
uu-lii - x. W. RANDALL
i Oreoa City, Jaa. 5, 1S72. President,
Iu the County Court of Clackamas County, Ore-
In" the matter of the Guardianship of 31. e.
Slaver, E. A. Slover, C. 1. Slover, and A.J.
Slover. minor children of Enos Slover.tleceased.
WO THE NEXT OF KIN OF SAID WAWlS,
-3L and all others interest ad m their Estate:
"Whereas, T.J. Tavlor, Guardian of said Minor's
Estate, has filed in said Court his petition, show
ins that it is necessary, and would be beneficial
to "hi Wards, that their interest in lots 1, 2, 5, 6,
7 and 8, in Block 02, in Oreaon City, Clackamas
count v, (.tern, should be sold according to law.
You and each of von are, therefore, directed to
appear before said Court, at the Court House, in
Oregon City, Oregon, on the tir.st Monday in
Fcbruarv, A. D.t 1S72, at '. o'clock a. m. of said
day, theii and there to show cause, if any you
have, whv license should not be granted lor the
sale of such Estate. And it is farther ordered
that a copv of this order be published for three
successive weeks in the Omrou City Enterprise,
a weekly newspaper, published in Oregon City,
Witness the Hon. J. K. Wait, County Jndjre of
( 1 said Court, and sole Judge of said Court
I E.S. in the transaction of all except county
( - ) business, and the Sea.1 of said County
Court, atfi-xed Jan. 3, 172.
J. M. FRAZEIt,
JOnNSON & MeCOWX,
jau.'iwS Att'ys for I'etit toner.
ftTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
midersismed has leii appointed Administra
trix of the estate of Daniel II. Uood. deceased,
ate of Clackamas county, Oregon. All persons
knowincr themselves indebted to the said deceased
ire requested to make immediate payment of
the sumo: and all persons having bills against
the aforesaid deceased, must present the same,
with the necessary vouchers, to me, at my resi
dence, in Oreaxm City, -within six months from
the date of this publication.
Oregon City. Jan. 3, 1872. Administratrix.
Johnson ie'McCown, Att'ys. janawl
FOR STEAM PIFE3 and E01LERS-
Saves 25 pf'r cent, of fuel an item worth
ooking after. For side by BERRY k.
'LACE, 112 California street, San l-'rancisco,
wfio also keep slock Mining and Egineir's
Up to 12a 5 NagfSat oi"
NOVEMBER 24, 1871,
TO THE AMOUNT OF
I TAD BEEN ADJUSTED
MSURAflCE COMPANY 01
The Best is the Cheapest.
Application for Insurance
PHOENIX OF KARTFORO,
Should le made to its Agents,
to be found at all prominent
points in Orugon and Washing
ton Territory, who are authorized
to issue Policies direct.
R. IL MAGILL9 Manager,
424 California Street,
W. P. BUENS, Agent
At OREGON CITY.OIiEGOX.
X. B. Parties holding poli
cies in the Pacific and other sus
pended Insurance Companies,
can have the same cancelled with
out expense, and obtain Peliahle
Indemnity, bv applying to the
A-cnts -of the PJKEXIX, OF
A. G. WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Corner of Front and Alder Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD CALL
the attention of everybody that is fat
tening Hogs to cll. which will make bacon
that they will find it to tl eir advantage to
call at the old corner at Albright's Butcher
Simp. We are buvinir Pork aud PAYING
THE HIGHEST VlUCE of any one else.
Call and see.
ALBRIGHT & LOGUS.
Nor. 2t, 1571. :tf
JOHN MYERS, ESQ., IS MY DULY Au
thorized Airent in Oiegon City, and also
Agent for the Estate of Danif-1 Harvey, de
ceased. MRS. E. HARVEY,
October 1, !S71.ra3
BOOT AND iSHOE HOUSE !
Fall ami Winter Trade.
HAVING RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported Styles in
Ladies' and GeiUs'
Hoots sisasl w salfes,
We will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons and
the public generally.
AXD HERE !
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
We have all the Late Styles of GENTS'
TOILET SLIPPERS f just the thins: for pres
ents) LADIES' TOILET and PARLOR TIES
and Simpers; LADIES' J5LUE BRONZE
and WHITE HAL.? (our own make i;
Ladies' All KID ove Kid. All Cloth, Kid
Foxed Buttoned Gaiters. The BELL NAMP
BALMORAL (a New Style of Kid Shoe ;
LADIES WHITE KID SLIPPERS (for
Wc have received from New York a few
pair of the Olebiated ELl'RAT OPEliA
BUTTON FRONTS, by which a Lace Shoe
can lie turned into a beautiful Button Gaiter
Will take orders fjr the same at any time.
We have the IJest and Latest Styles in
Mioses and Children's Lutton Gai ers and
ISilmorals th it are imported, but for good
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our own make. We Warrant
them in every respect.
AND HERE !
Seven entirely New Styles of Ladies' and
Misses' LUDliERS. The Nillson, Congress,
.Marie Antoinette, Queen's German, Velvet
Front and Alaska. Light, ytisli Durable
and Neat Fit ting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. .Bring on your feet.
COilE AXD SEE
PROTZMAN, GILL I AN h CO.,
Cor-, Front and Morrison Sis-,
TORTLAND, R EG ON.
Dec. 1. 1871 :tf
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
Land and Immigration
3 ATI O N f
Promotion of Immigration
TO TIIK SOUTH.
BUTLER, CIIADWICK, GARY & O.
AUEXTS, CIIARLESTOX, S. C.
A se.ies of Concerts will he given under
Ihe auspices of the NOUT1I CAROLINA
.STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAN
ICAL SOCIETY ut the ACADEMY OF
MUMC, Charleston, S. C, commencing Jan
uary 8th, 1872, at which rtiawings will take
place and distributions be made to ticket
1st Gift ACADEMY OF MU.SIC, Char
leston, S. C, cost to build $-2:10,000,
having an annual rental of about
$20,000, lrom Opera House, Stores
and Halls; the building being about
2.'50 fcjt by 00 feet, and situated
corner of King and Market streets,
in the center of the city, and well
known to be the finest building and
most valuable pronertv in Charles
ton, valued at $330,000
2nd Gilt Ca-ih.
3rd Gift Cash
4th Gilt Cash
5th Gift Cash
-25 oilts Cash each $1,000
'2. Gilts Cash eaeli $-oo
,550 Giits. .Cash each $100
;mho other Gifts amounting to.
2405 Gifts, amounting '.to
, . 25,000
. . 10,000
. . l'J.ooo
. . 3.",OH0
. . 37,000
150,000 Season Tickets of Admission at Five
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it Co., Banke rs i Hon. Charles O'Con
or Counselor at Law; Hon. Roirer Pryor,
Counselor ut Law ; T. A. Hoyt, Esq., Presi
dent Gold Room ; Anderson, Starr & Co,
Merchants; lion. John E. Ward, Counselor
t Lw Colonel Richard Lathers; Hunt,
Thompson & C',., Factors : Pettus & Co.,
Mercharos; F. ogbaurn & l airchild, Mer-
References in South Carolina Gen. Wade
H.unpton, Hon. B. F. Ferry, Gv. M L. bun
ham, Gen. Johnson Hagood, Hon. Arnnsted
Burt', ilon. James Ciiesnut, Gen. John S.
Brest n, Hon. W. i. Simpson. Andrew
iin'onds, Esi., Hon. G. A. Trcnhohii, Gov.
j. L. Manning, Hon. J. B. Campbell.
To Astire Yourselves that our nte-priio
Is Honorable, let your Bankar write to
any Bank Cashier in Charleston, S,
C before ordering Tickets
Commissioners and Supervisors of Draw
i,rGen. A R. Wright, of Georgia; Gen.
Bi'adiev T. Johnson, of Yirginia; Colonel
B. 11. Rutledge, of .South Carolina; Hon.
Roger A. Pryor, New York.
?The drawing will positively take place
January Sth, lt"2.
NDUCEM NT TO CLUBS.
11 Tickets for $ '(' )
'2-3 Tickets for 100 r United Mates
50 Tickets for 2o0 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
tickets will be s-ent by return mail by
BUTLER, CIIADWICK. GARY & CO.,
Charleston. S. C.
Geuerul M. ('. Butler, Jon.v Chadwice,
General M. W. Gart.
THE LARGEST AND
FINEST STOCK IN
RICH JEWELRY AKp
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER IN
WATCHES anil JEWELRY
No. 107 Front st- PORTLAND, ,
Would invite attention of his friends and
the public to his Large and Choice Assort'
From the most Celebrated Makers of E.
Howard & Co., Boston ; Apclton & Tracy, P.
S. Rartlett, Waltham, Mass.; Elgin Watches;
Jucot Self-winding Watches ; English
Watches and others.
Also, the he.tselected STOCK 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,
Fancy Articles, suitable for
Silver Watches, of different makers.
Diamond Pins, Ear-rings an Finger-rings.
Gobi Chatelain Guards and Watch-chains.
Gobi Necklaces, Armlets, Cresses, Lockets.
Gold Bieast- ins, Ear-rings, Finger-riDgs.
Gold Charms and Keys.
California Gold Rings and Bohmes' Pat
Moss Agate Setts, Rin.srs and CutFBattons.
Wedding Rings, made of pure gold, ex
pressly for that purpose.
Gold anil Silver Thimbles.
Opera and Marine Glasses.
Pebble Spectacles and Eye-glasses.
NoPid Silver Napkin Rings.
Silver Fruit and Uutter Knives.
Solid Siler Table and Tea Spoons.
Regulators Seth Thomas Clocks, Marine
Clocks, Gilt Gallery Clocks, &c.
All the above articles sold Cheap for Cash,
and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairin
and adjusting of C hrouometers, Duplex an
A erican Watch s.
. B. L. STONr., !
novSltt 107 Front st. Portland, Oregon.
T??Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the Cirer.it Court of the State of
Oretron, for the county of Clackamas, in favor of
la. A. Seely, plaintiff, and against Daniel Sebas
tian, defendant, for the sum of two hundred and
twenty-five a"j-lo dollars, 225 33. ami twenty
rive l(i-100 dollars, 25 10, costs. I have levied up
on and, on Saturday, the 0th day of January,
1872, at one o'clock p.m., at the Court House
door, in Oreym City, in said county, 1 will sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder, to satis
fy said execution, cost and accruing costs, all of
the rfeht, title and interest ot said Daniel Sebas
tian in and to the following described real prop
erty, situated in Clackamas county, to-wit: The
north-cast one-fourlH of the south-east one
fourth, of section 10, in township 3 south range 1
west, of the Willamette meredian.
dec8w4 Sheriif of Clackamas county.
s- And every description
f Ssii o' Wood-working Ma
chinery and Planing
Mill supplies. Address
BERRY & PLACE,
112 California St. San Francisco.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
F0RTLAND, - - 0REG0K.
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovei
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE No. 14 Carter's Building, corner
of Alder and Front streets.
Feb. 3, J70:tf
XEW HARDWARE STORE,
COUXET FIIOXT & STARK STS.,
JTOHO IS. .FOSTER
Is now receiving and offers for sale, at the
lowest rates, a lull stock of
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
PJaiSs, Ropes, Shovels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing el-ewhere.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Builders' Hardware and House Trim
mines, either at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May 20, Ib71:rn3 JOHN Ii. FOSTER.
Xew Boot and Slice Store.
rpiiE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
I , pectfull v call the a .ntion of the pub
lie to Lis splendid stock CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS and SHOES,
for Ladies and Cent's wear, just opened,
one door nerth of the Lincoln Bakery, Ore
All kinds of BOOTS and SHOES kept
constantly on hand, at CHEAP RATES, and
ordeis taken for the same, to be made in
the latest stvle, at the PACIFIC BOOT and
SHOE MAN UFACTURY, Portland, Oregon.
Taken in EXCHANGE AT MARKET Rates.
Oregon City, Nov. 17, 1871.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. B. Riclmrclson,
Corner of Front and Oai streets, Portland, Q
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMcreban
. dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday J
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined liar and Bundle Iroo
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, sawsj
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. R. Richardsox, Auctioneer
FI TEEN VOLUMES FILLED
With Choice Piano Music,
Shining r.lglts. A choice col-
H lection of beautiful Sacred Songs. "JT)
Haiti ami Home, FiresideJL
Echoes, and Sweet Sounds. Three
A Volumes of easy Songs by Webster, "r
Persley, ec. X
Golden Lrarrii, Volumes I. and
"VfTL The two volumes contain all oPl
1 Wi l S. Hays' Songs, n Jjj
Priceless Gents, A collection
THof beautiful Ballads by Wallace,
JLJ 1 nomas, Keller, etc.
g INSTRUMENTAL COLLECTIONS.
Fairy Fingers, Magic Circle.
Oand Young Pianist. Three Tolumes"VJ"
of very easy Music for young players. J. 1
Ptarl lii-ops, and Musical Itecre-
Mations. Dance Music. Two collec-r I
tions of moderate difficulty. JL
Pleasant Jlcmoiics. A collec-
ITof beautiful pieces by Wyman, Mack,0
li Dressier, etc, O
Goitien. t'lilmfs. A collection of
brilliant parlor Music by Charles
Iirilliant Corns. A splendid coi
tion, by Vilbre, Allard, Pacher, Kin
Price, 50 per volume, elegantly hound
in clo h, with gilt sides ; $ in plia.n cloth ;
SI 53 iu boards. Address,
J. L. PETERS,
&yj Broadway, New 1 ork.
We wouia .W oall attention to TpE Opera,
at Home, a collection of i,tct one hundred
bautilul opera songs. Price, S3 in cloth ayd
gilt. Trade price, S4. covl0tdec25
TO YOUXG MEN!
TO YOU HELONG THE FUTURE OF
our beautiful and fast growing State.
Soon the shrill whistle of the IRON HORSE,
as he comes tmoking across this great con-:
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth ftud Industry, will
"GOOD TIME COMIXG,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
wjll he called to fill the new avenues ot Bust"
uess. Everyone should prepare for an
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial a flairs of Oreuon in a few years.
What the developements of our State will be
in the future, is a question which depend
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS 9
of her Young Men.
Wiibin the past four years of continued
National Business College,
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of young men fully qnalified, and many of
whom are now filling high and lucrative po
sitions in the Banks, Counting-Rooms and
Stores of our State. So great is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to send East for assistance. Nq
enterprising, studious Young Man who has
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want cf a situation and
at good salary, too.
Every faciliy is here auarded aoqmr- O
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE!
After having completed the Theory, he ii
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the eflect of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the minutiie of real business.
The course of study embraces Double and
Single Entry Book-Keeping, Commerci 1
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspon -ence.
Business Penmanship, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superior ad va ntages for securing a thorough
O RN A MENTAL PENMANSHIP,
GERMAN, ITALIAN. ETC
For full particulars, call at the College Of
fice. in Carter's building, corner of Front
and Alder streets, (entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
BeFRANCE & JAMES,
Merch 31. lS71:yi;
O Song Echo," is pronounced the best 1 .
O work of its class for the followinei!i
reasons : The Music is all AV10 and
Olrexh ; every piece is a well known
Household Melody such as. "Driv
en from Home," "Write me a Let--VTter."
-Little Brown Church," etcTT
It contains twice as many Songs asJU.
can be found n other works. The
G Music is selected from sixty four"
authors, and not filUd up with one J
auifior's composition. Frice,75 cents
each, or 7 50 per dozen. Sample
copies mailed to Teachers for 65
cents. Liberal arrangements for
J. L, PETERS, 596 Broadway, N. Y.
Jacob Stitzel. James B, Upth
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front ayd
"VVil 1 attend to the sale and purchase
of Heal Estate in all parts of the City and
State. Special attention given to the sale of
East Portland property.
Address P. O. Box 432, Portland. Oregon,
isTITZEL & UPTON,
EStf. Heal Estate Brokers.