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FRIDAY, : : : FEBRUARY 2, 1872.
TOW.V AID. VOVTV-
FlXB Rksidkxck. Yesterday we made
a visit to tbe newly orected elegant resi
dence of. our enterprising town-men. tbe
Messrs. Jacob, on the. corner of .Main and
Sixth streets. The building is about
twenty-four feet in width, hy fifty deep,
with two projections on thij north and
south side-, of several feet, and two
stories high, with :i basement cd' brick. In
the north projection there is a large bow
window. The lower portion is divided
into two large parlors, a spacious sleep
ing chamber, a kitchen, pantry, store
room, etc From the front hall ascends a
bron-i stair case, to the rooms above.
"vhich comprise four sleeping apartments,
with bath-rooms and closets attached, the
whole containing twelve rooms, all nicely
(jnished. The windows are each composed
of two larj;e panes of thick French plate
glass, and all the casements are stained
and arnished a mahogany color. All
the rooms are supplied wiili water-pipes,
and all the modern appliances of comfort
and elegance. The grounds are enclosed
with a very handsome fence painted to
porrespond with the exterior of the struc
ture. .Mr. Y. 1'iper, of Portland, was the
juchiteci. and .Mr ivivaria the contractor.
Tbe building, when completed, which will
be in a short time, toirether with the site
and outside improvements, will have cost
about $7,.)()i) and will reflect credit upon
the builders, and stand as ait ornament to
Jachki.ikii"s Paxouaua. This excel!;MU
exhibition was presented, last Wednesday
evening, in this city, to a fair audience.
The representations and views given are
ho accurate in design, and so truthfully
executed, that the eve is riveted upon the
canvas as soon as it begins to unroll.
When everything presented is so perfect,
and true to nature, it is diflicuU to partic
ular!.. If we in iv be allowed to make
fiuy distinction, however. Ave must men
tion the two views of "Niagara, ;" the
Storm at .Sea.' arid a picture entillyd,
Ho turn from the Hunt," I rem Biers Lull's
celebrated panning of the "Rocky Moun
tains. ' These representations are not to
be excelled. The views of Australia and
New Zealand are beautiful and well
drawn. Mr. I'ac holder gave an exhibition
ilast evening, when he unrolled his I'e.'io
rama of the Apocalypse representing the
vision of John, on the Isle of 1'atmos. the
Seven (lolden Candle Sticks, etc., closing
,witli a most magnificent painting entitled
."The New Jerusalem.' which is certainly
.the finest representaiiou we ever beheld.
The proprietor of this exhibition also has
Home educated canary birds, which per
form some novel and amusing feats. .Mr.
"11. states that this ends his tour through
America, and he will depart for New
Zealand and Australia by the February
$ tram or.
CoN't'EKT. By reference to an other
jart of this paper, it will be observed
(that arrangements have been made to give
a vocal concert in this city on next Wed
nesday and Friday evenings of week,
"Moat of the musical talent of the city will
take part, and the management of the
affair is under the charge of a gentle
man whose name alone is sufficient to en
sure a rich musical treat. The J! tptist
Chinch has been secured for the occasion.
The proceeds of the concert are to be di
vided between two worthy objects. We
hope the Church will be crowded both
Lkctiuk. Hev. Mr. Joyslin failing to
come to time, the lecture ou Wednesday
evening last, under the auspices of the
(Jood Templars, was given by Justin
Chenoweth, Kq.. of this city his subject,
.'Deluge of Noah." There were but few
in attendance. Mr. Chenoweih adheres to
the literal, and opposes the geological in
terpretation of Genesis, and argues for
the universality of t h 3 deluge of Noah.
His lecture gave evidence of study, not
only of boohs, but of iv.uure, mid was
yell written." We understand that it was
among his first efforts in tins direction.
Fimsiiko. The steamer Alice has been
completed and is now ready for service.
.She is the largest boat on the upper river,
being the same size and model of the E.
N. Cooke. Her cabin is small, yet plenty
large enough for the demand ot travel.
She is finished with slate-rooms in place of
ihe old style berths. She made her trial
trip last week above Rock Island, and we
are informed that everything worked .veil
and that she promises to be the fastest
boat ever on the upper river.
A New En n;i:ri:isK. We learn that the
Property adjoining the Phoenix Hotel, io
this city, has been purchased by J. D.
Biles ami Ben Hollad ay, Jr., from the W.
T. Company, and they propose to erect u
larfre barrel and tub -factory thereon.
Such a factory will be of marked benefit
to our town and we hope that this is only
the beginning of many others to follow.
There is no place in Oregon better aCapt
ed tor manulactai ing purposes than Ore
Ciiicioo. Mrs. Oakshett wa, ip lotpi
during the week canvassing for a new
book, entitled "The Ilislory of Chicago,"
containing a full description of its rise.
progress and destruction by the great con-ll-igruifon.
The work will no doubt be of
Going East. lion. P. P. Thompson
informs us that he expects go to Washing
ton soon on a short visit. The Radicals
of this county can't spare Dive very well
between now and the election, and he w'.H
probably be persuaded to forego his pro
Pkinieo. We hare completed printing
the fire ordinance and department laws,
in pamphlet form, and tbe vBe.y$"' can
;iow be mfnynji'd what their duties are.
J1. White uesi-u'ves much credit for the
energy he has mviiifested in this matter.
Wkitixi; School. We learn that Prof
Macrutn's evening writing school has met
wi!h success and is well attended. The
Profess..) r understands his business and
we arr jUased to learn of his success.
,BM-;tv. There are at present four beats
running on the upper river, and they all
come down heavily hidea with produce.
The warehouse in this c'.tv is kept con
Ti-km Closei. The term of Mrs. M. C,
Athey's private school closes to-day. Mrs.
A. has had quite a full school, and we are
informed that her pupils have made good
Broke. Tlu Senator broke some part
of her machinery last Saturday morning,
while lying at tbe dock at Portland, which
caused her to miss her trip on that day.
Pictike Galleky. The Fashion saloon
building is being fitted up for a pkoto- ;
graph gallery, up stairs. Wa have not
learned the name of the artist.
Ketcrned. S. Huelat, Esq., returned i
home from California last "Wednesday. j
Select School --Mrs. Blake has opene.d
a select school in Mr. Moss' building, on
Main street. Mrs. 71. is well spoken of as
The Sewing Society of tbe ladie of
the Episcopal Church w ill meet; on next
Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock at Mrs.
IlEi.iGioLs. iiev . Mr. Roberts, of Tort
land, will preach at Ihe M. E. Church, in
this city, next Sunday, both rnornin"' and
The State Horticultural Society will
hold a meeting in Portland on next Wed
nesday. General News Item3.
The Japanese Embassy has started East.
Affairs at Versailles are threatening.
The verdict in the Wharton case w,s,
' Not guilty."
Fears of trouble with the Piute Indians
llelmbold's store in New York rt in the
hands ol the Sheriff. -
A II avana. Cuba, dispatch says small
pox is epidemic there.
The Em preys Dowager cf Brazil freed
all her personal slaves.
I lead letters contained the sum of three
million do'lars last year.
Mayor Hall announces Lis intention or
soon retiring from ollice.
Russia Ins recently organised fifteen
thousand public schools.
There have been 309.000 Coolies intro
duced into Cuba since lfe'17.
Thct faction ppposing Thiers and tbe; Re
public is glowing bolder daily.
Samuel S. Wingard has been nominated
U. S. attorney lor Washington Territory.
A report is current that Bismarck is
preparing lor a new invasion of France.
Helen Josephine ?.lanfield was hooted
by a mob ou her arrival at Boston, lately.
(ieorge Bolts, the murderer of '-Pet'
Tlalstead, was hanged at New York on
A slormy scen followed, the reading of
the decree at the dissolution of the Span
Schamachi. a town of Asiatic Russia,
was destroyed by an earthquake a few
Col. Narman Eddy, Secretary of State
of Indiana, died in Indianapolis on the
The San Francisco tug. Joseph Ray
mond, was almost destroyed by fire, on
A street Sprinkling Company, witti a
capital of $20J.()00, has been incorporated
in San Francisco..
The message of
the Governor of Ohio
states the interest
beariuj: debt of the
State at $8,!Joo',211.
Illinois has nearly 0.000 miles of rail
road in operation-
more than any other
State in tie Union.
The total number of deaths in Philadel
phia last year was 1 G,J0;, of which I,i7i)
were from small-pox.
Fifty thosand dollars have been appro
priated by Congress to defray the expens
es of the Japanese Embassy.
The death rate of New York is greater
than that of any city in the Union with
Ilia exception ol New Orleans.
The apportionment bill, as it passed the
U. S. Senate, fixes the number of members
of the lower house of Congress at
Attorney General Williams is said to
oppose, the admission ot Utah as a State.
In the Utah House of Representatives the
At New York the Turf Board of Ap
peals decided that Goldsmith Maid was
entitled to the record of 2:17 at Milwaukee.
The Protestants in the City of Mexico
have a larr.e and elegant Church called
San Francisco, which will seat 4,000 per
sons. The nw arrangement, by which post
masters are to redeem mutilated currency
in payment lor stamps is a very great con
venience. Leading members of Congress say there
is no probability of Hie admission of Utah
as a State, she not having the requisite
A bill has been introduced in the New
York Senate y seating the office of every
Dhector of the Brio" Railroad, and order
ing a new election.
The Court of Appeals has sentenced
Victor Place, late French Consul General
at New York, to tvo years imprisonment
and a One of 2.U00 francs.
An arrival at Liverpool brings the re
port that the ship Alvora. of St. John. N.
15., was destroyed by lire tit sea. It is
feared all on board perished.
President Grant has appointed four la
dies since he has been in the White House,
to the higest grade of postoGices, with
salaries ot SI. 000 per annum.
TJ;u Statement that Sir Samuel Baker
had perished in his present, journey to the
Nile is contradicted. Later intelligence
represents him alive and well.
A terrific storm visited the British Isles
on ihe night ot the 2 lib tilt. The Parlia
ment building. London, was somewhat
damaged by ihi? torrents of rain.
The California Legislature has passed
a bill granting a pension of one hundred
doll us a tnonili to James W. M tfr.shail, the
discoverer of gold in that State.
A Washington dispatch says lion. J. R.
Dviolit'e is iu that city, and is confiident of
the success of the new movement in favor
of Trumbull for the Presidency.
Nearly two thousand mile:; of irrigat
ing canals h ive beeii projected in Califor
nia, which, it is expected, will protect ten
million acres of land from drought.
The first deposit has be.en ujade by
Mace, at New York, which LTBaldwin is
asked to cover for the fight for $2,000 a
side and the championship of tliL world.
In the report of the Civil Service Com
mission the word "male- nowhere occurs:
that is to say, the competitive examina
tions for clerkships are opea to women.
The Congressional Sub-Committee of
Ways and Means propose to report a bill
allowing material used in the construc
tion cf Iron steamships to be admitted free
Brick Pomeroy has been sued for $25.
000 damages for breach "cf" promise of
marriage by Sadie Wilkinson, of New Ha
ven, charging that he promised to marry
her in IstiH. r '
Spanish Bourbons have agreed to gup
port Alphonso, son of ex-Queen Isabella,
for the throne. The Duke Montpensier is
to assume the Regency until the Prince
reaches his majority. J
Among the bills recently presented to '
iuc- uviMumrt! at .-ioanv is one propos
ing the removal of the Presidents ot the
Irish and German Benevolent Societies
from the Comuiissioners cf Immigration.
An army officer, writing from the Texas
frontier. January, says be" has j.l5t return
ed from tbe interior of Mexico, where he
found the people most unanimous for im
mediate auuexatioa tq the United Sta"e
The Methodist Episcopal Church for the
year just closed, reports the entire mem
bership at 1.22f.240. and probations 189,
S75. being an increase of members of 56,'
141. and a decrease of probationers of
4. ma. ' '
There are 212 permanent brick and stone
buildings in course of erection, in the"
burnt district of the southern' Division of
Chicago, covering a total street frontage
or 17,71o fuel, cfr about three and a half
A New York Trihun special says the
movement from many quarters to favor
Henry Wilson for Vice President is assum
ing considerable strength. The same is
true in regard tq the use- of the name of
James T. Wilson, of iosva.
The ex'ensive works of the St. Louis
Brass anil Hardware Manufacturing Com
pany, the lime and commission house of
Hetbel t Co..' and the tobacco factory of
Morgan & Pof'el, or St. Louis, were burnt
on the 28lh ult. Loss, $162,000.
Geo. W. Watson, of Williamsburg. N.
Y-. was shot dead in his own establishment
on the 20"th ult,. by Mrs. Fanny Hyde, IS
years of age. wi;q say's that he has been
in the habit. cf insulting and accusing her
of unfaithfulness to her husband.
The long expected completion of the
Dutch Gap Canal is announced, and last
week ils practical benefits were success
fully attested by the passage through it of
the steamship Wyanoke, the largest sea
steamer running out of Richmond.
A party of speculators who failed to
fiad the pirate treasure planted at Cocos
Island have decided to form a communist
free love colony, on the model of the .One
ida Community, of New York, in Santa
Barbara county. California, where they
have purchased lands.
Harry Meiggs recently sent an order to
his' agent 1:1 San Francisco for five first-
class American civil engineers, to ue em
ployed in the construction of his railroads
in Peru, at $.300 per mouUi and expenses
paid, but was unable to obtain them, and
was compelled to seek them in New York.
Postal Agent Barstow telegraphs from
Ogden saving that the snow blockade on
the Union Pacific Railroad is more severe
than ever. The passenger train which left
Omaha two weeks sinee is still four hun
dred and eighty miles from Ogden. and
there is no piospect lor an immediate
change for the better.
A plan for a republican revolutionary
uprising has been discovered over the
whole territory ot the south of France.
Tbe movement was held ready for imme
diate commencement in case of Thiers'
resignation of the Presidency resulting in
the appointment of Due D'Aumale or Mac
Mahoti to the chief executive authority.
Tbe Statistics of the EpiscopalChnrch for
the past year are as follows : Bishops. 51;
clergy 2.SD8; baptisms. 2S.-103; confirma
tions. 24 12 4 communicants. 224J'Jo; mar
riages. 9,('DS. burials, 27.791; candidates
for orders, 412; ordinations deacons.
524; presbyters. 1 10; Sunday school teach
ers, 24.41)4; scholars, 22S.UD0; contribu
tions S5. 544,574.
Committee to express the sense of that
body on the veto message cf the Admission
Act, reported a resolution that statements
in the message were injurious, false, and
a direct insult to the people of the Terri
tory, which was nnanimoiu'.y adopted, to
take the place of the vetoed Admission
Act. This is ralher rough on poor George.
alias "the bueejeer,
Tbe little steamer Mary Taylor sailed
from San Francisco, on Wednesday, for
the coast of Ecuador, conveying ail the
apparatus for the recovery of the treas
ure that was sunk on the Spanish figate.
in 1&02. Captain Parker, who recovered
the treasure from the Golden Gate, and an
experienced party of divers and sub niar
ine workers go on her.
Prominent Gentiles of Salt Lake charge
boldly that part of Attorney Pates' mis
sion to Washington is '.o effect a removal
of Chief Justice McKean, Judge Strick
land and Gov. Woods, and further, that
the Mormons have secured Pates' influ
ence entirely against any further prosecu
tion of Church leaders, and for the imme
diate admission of Utah.
A special from London says an impres
sion prevails that the Geneva Convention
will necessarily disappoint the hopes of
its friends in the end. and prove a failure.
If the Conference should decide in favor
of the American claims no English Gov
ernment would accept the result; no Par
liament, vole the money; hence Govern
ment would stop proceedings.
The mail steamer from Rio Janeiro
brings news of a terrible steamship disas
ter to the America, plying between Rio
and Montevideo. While on her trip to
the lattf r port, on the night of December
22d. s'.ie took fire and soon burned to the
water's edge. A large number of passen
gers were on board, of whom eighty-seven
were lost, being either burned to death or
Ax Oi-'Fkk. We will give 10 any yoasg
lady who will get up a club of fifteen sub
scribers to the Enterprise, before thj first
of January, and pay in the sum of $o7.50.
$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 js a cLance fcr some
young lady to get enough music to last
her for a few years. We will also furnish
Peters' Musical Monthly for six months to
all who will send iu 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 ttiis number of subscribers.
Send in the names at once, so yQU can
commence with the new year.
Mketint, of tiik Oregon State IIoiiti
(Xi.TfR.vh Society. A special meeting of
the above Society will be held in the ciiy
of Portland, on the 7th of February, at
the office of Ladd it Tiltoti, commencing
at 11 o'clock a. rrt., for the purpose of ar
ranging a premium list for the exhibition
to be held iu conjunction with the State
Agricultural Society, next fail, and , to
make arrangements for holding a Summer
exhibition iu Portland during the coming
season. A full attendance is earnestly
solicited. A. U. Smnxv. Setry.
An English writer advises young
women to look favorably " upon
those engaged in agricultural pur
suits, sssjgjnng as one reason that
their "Mother Eve married a gar
dener." He forgot to add that in
consequence of tire match the gar
dener lost his situation.
A little boy, on returning home
frpm church, was ked by his
mother to give the text. After a
thoughtful "pause, the little fellow
replied, "I don't hardly remember,
but it was something about a hawk
between two pigeons. The text
W hy halt ye between two
et. A hat can be wetter than
a woman with a cataract in her eye,
a waterlal on her licad, a creek in
her back, forty springs in her skirt?
high-tied shoes, and a notion in her
head ? '
4 LIU I. MJlf". jczjct:
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Sellwood, rector. Services on Sunday
at 10h a.m. "and 7 p.m. Sunday School
"and Bible class at 2 r.
1st ConaTcgatiotinl Church.
Hey. E. (Jerky,
... .. Scats Free
. .12 o'clock M.
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church Seats Free.
Morning Services, 10.30,
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Moitiing Sc-rvces.
P-raver Meeting Thursday cvniiitr 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
cicles are selling, in this market. :
WHEAT White. bushel, $1 25.
OATS ij bushel. 75 cts.
POTATOES bushel. SI 00 cts.
ONIONS '"ft! bushel. SlO0(Sl 50.
FLOUR ' bbl. 67 (J0?(i 50.
BEANS White, fl lb.. 47;,5 cis.
DRIED FRUIT Apples. "fi lb.. 5(-?,d eta.
Peaches. .1 lb.. Disc: Plums, IT.
G cts.; Currants. fl To., 102() cis.
BUTTER 1 lb.. -(Ty40ctq.
EGGS " dozen. 40 cts.
CHICKENS dozen. S3.
-1 ft) .
20 ctg.; Island
? lb.. 15 cts. :
"-. too r V ( :s.
San Francisco refined. rfl 1T . IG.? cts.
II . " - V -' 7 "
TEA Young-Hyson,-- lb.. $1 50 ; Ja
pan. lb., y0ei 25 ; Black, 5k, 75c.
COFFEE J lb.. 23frt2- cts.
SALT lb.. 1 .($ k cts.
SYRUP Heavy Golden, "Pgall.. $1 00 :
Er. Heavy Golden, "ji gall., SI 25
BACON Hams. lb.. 14 cts; Sides,
14 cts. "(;. fix; Shoulders. 7 cts.
LAUD "ji lb., 14 cts.'
OIL Devoe's Kerosene, call.. 75.
Linseed oil, raw. gall.. S1 50 :
Linseed oil, boiled, "jj) gull., $1 50.
WOOL lb., o5 ets.
BEEF On foot, 7 6?,S cts. 'ft lb.
PORK On foot. 78cts. K
SUhf-JP Per head. S2 0(TA$2 50.
124 eu ; Salted. 8c
5c. ; Dry.ti lb.
A Grand Oovckrt of Vooai. ijisic!
A Concert of Vocal Muio will be given in
Baptist Church, on Wednesday and Fri
day evenings, February 7th nnd 9th, with a
change of programme on the second even
ing. Doors open at 7 c'c loc!: ; Concert be
gins at 7 J. Tickets for both evenings may
be had at the Postoflicc, and at Mr. Myers'
Store. Admission for on evening, o0 cents;
Children under twelve years of ag.', half
price. A choice programme will be offered.
Feb. 2, 1872.
A Hi-ant iful Woman. The percep
tire faculty of women is unusually keener
than the same phrenological organ in men.
Women know that beauty rather than geni
us is worshiped by the sterner sex. A man
may talk with his lips of the latter to his
lady-love, out the. Keenness or ijie woman
Knows, that he is thinking of the former in
his heart. All women have an innate desire
to pie. tse their beaux. They are fond of ad
miration ; hence one of their longings is to
be beautiful. The grand secret of female
beauty is health' the secret of health is the
power to eat, digest and assimilate a proper
quantity of wholesome food. Take Vixeoar
JUtteks. !t. will cleanse the stomach, tone
the vital organs give a perfect digestion,
purify the blood, clear up the complexion
and produce a state of mental and physical
electricity, which gives symmetry of f;rni,
blight eves, white skin, gloss)" hair and a
genuine type of female loveliness, which no
cosmetic can compare with.
Dr. I. Y. Pierce, of Buffalo, X. Y., sole
proprietor of Dr. Sage.s Catarrh Remedy,
whose name is printed on the wrapper of the
genuine, ha.? for 6v'r three -yeais o'f re.l
through nearly every newspaper in the Uni
ted States, a standing reward of ."ot) fir a
case of Catarrh in the head which he cannot
cure. Ttiat ha has treated thousands of
cases and had no claims presented for tlu
reward, from any one who lias made a thor
ough use of his means cf cure, is strong
and conclusive evidence that lie possesses
sure means of" curing this loathsome disease.
The Catarrh Itemedy is sold by nil druggists,
or sent by mail on receipt of sixty cents.'
The Almanac Publishers complain that
their business is destroyed by Aver' s Amer
ican Almanac. The people prefer it to any
other, the Farmer's, Western, Southern, or
the numerouA local almanacs when they can
get Ayer's. It supplies the best astronomic
al data, weather and jokes of them all, ami
above all medical advice which is invaluable
lor every family. It is supplied gratis by
the druggists, and should be preserved for
constant reference and use. e are sure
that no g.'od housekeeper or grandmother
goes willingly without one. Anti-Slavery
-Standard, X. "I.
Use no other preparation but Hall's Vcg
Siciiian Hair Renewer for improving the
growth and restoring the color of the hair.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Ofiieo, ?". G-l Front Slreet,
PORTLAND, - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities, consisting of LOTS, HALF
BLOCKS and JJ LOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Corresnondents, in this CI TV
and throughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, with great care and oil the most
TIOUSES and STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFTCE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the STATE, vil re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY'
and forward the same to the above address.
Peb. 3, 1872.
Kcliecca Decree Lodge o. 2,I.O.O. F
Meet on the Second and Tourth
TUBS DA Y EVEXLXGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
Oregon Loflgc Xo. 3, I. O. or O. F .
Jleets every lhursay even
r. . . . . - All r 1 1
ing at O C10CK, I" wuu reiiuw a
vrsv TTaii Mam s eet.
Order are iuvited to attend
AGENTS FOIl THE JENTEUPRISE.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents for the Exeerprise :
J. U. Baltimore, Portland. Oregon.
Thomas Bovce, San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher, " " t
Hudson & Menet.4l Park Row,New ork.
Geo. P. Lowell & Cc, 40 1'ark Row, New
Abbott & Co.. No. S2 & S4 Nassau street,
New Vork. ' " .
Hud-"n, Mcnet & Co.. Cnica-o, Illinois.
Coe. Wethcrill & Co., 007 Chestnut street,
JInltnomali X.olse Xo. 1, A. F". ami
J A. 31. Holds its regular enmmunica.
V-tions on the First and Third ttatur
ffday in each month, at 7 o'clock from
the 20th of September to the '2"th of
March, and 7i o'clock from tbe 20fli of
March to the 2-Hh of September. Breth
ren m 2;ood standing are invited to attend.
Dec. 23.1 S7t, By order of- "W. M.
A Hotly anil 31) ml Disease.
Such is dyspepsia. The stomach and the
brain are too intimately allied for the one to
suffer without the other, so that dyspepsia
and despondency are inseparable. It mxj he
added, too, that irritation of the stomach is
almost invariably accompanied by irritation
of the temper.
The invigorating and tranquilizing opera
tion of llostftter's bitters is most power
fully developed in cases of indigestion. The
first effect of this agreeable tonic is comfort
ing and encouraging. A mild glow pervades
the system.the chronic uneasiness in the re
gion of the stomach is lessened, snd the
nervous restlessness which characterizes
the disease is abated- This improvement is
not transient. It is not succeeded by the
return of the old symptoms with superadded
force, as is always the case when unmedi
tated stimr-.'ants are tven for the complaint.
Each dose seems to i'mpart a permanent re
cession of healthful in vigoration. But this
is not all. The aparient and anti-bilious
properties of the preparation are scarcely
s-icoiidary in importance to its tonic virtues.
If there is an overflow of bile, the secretion
is soon brought within proper limits, and if
the filary organ is inert and torpid it is
toned and regulated. The effect upon the
discharging organs is equally salutary, and
in cases of constipation ihe cathartic action
is just sufiiciei't to produce the desired re
sult gradually and without pain. The lii
ters also promote healthy' cvapointion ironi
the surface, wh th irf pai tieub rly desirable
at this season when sudden spells' of raw ,
unpleasant weather are apt to check the
natural perspiration and produce congestion
of the liver, cmghs. and colds. 1 he oext
st tfi guard i',;a:ni-t ail diseases is bodily vigor,
and this the great Vegetable Restorative es
1ST OF LETTERS REM AIXIXG IN
the Postoflicc at Oregon City, Feb. 1.
Austin' Lilly Miss, Blossom, James W,
Brown, Jofcu T, Baker, C N,
Conner,James Master, Carman, A,
Elsmore, Win H,
Hearn, Fannie Miss,
Lature, Agnes Miss,
Morgan, das Peter, (2)
Newman. Carrie Mrs.
Piunimer, ) I' S,
Saw-ford, Alice .Miss,
trong, Jane Mrs,
Tong, Nanev Mrs,
Wright, F A Miss,
Gurley, Lizzie Miss,
Hearn, S J,
Ilcuibree. Maud Mrs,
Marsh, J W,
Martin, Win M,
Pavne, Thomas J,
Philips, Ella Mrs,
Seeiv, .lira J,
Taylor, Wm, "
V elch. i rancis Mr.
Jt called tor, please sav "advertised."
J. M. RACON, P. M.
Y VIltTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out ol the Circuit Court of Ihn Sr.-itrt of
Oregon., f"V tin- county of ClaeUamns, in lavor of
l,. A, eely,ylumtiii,aiKl ngamst Daniel S. Sebas
tian, det'etuhoit, for the sum of two hundred and
twenty-live o."-100 dollars, $-22; S.", now due, and
vvitli interest :tt the rate of ten per cent. ier nu
llum from the 11th day of Oetober, A. D., 1871,
and the further sunt of forty-nine oG-lOO dollars,
Si!) 5G, costs, and for want of personal property
out of which to make the same, I have levied
u)on all the lilit, tit lo nnd interest of said
Daniel S. Sebastian of, in nd to the following
described tracts of land, to-wit : Bcinnin at
the X. K. corner of the X. W. .'-1 of section 15,
T. .'J., S. 11. 1 W. of the "Willamette meridian ;
thence W. 2-i chs. and 13 links ; thence S., 10 1-2
degrees E. 11 chs.; thence E. 20..W chs.; thence
X. 13.77 chains, to tin; place of beginning, con
taining! acres, more or less; and also the following-
described tract, to-wit : l)e'inniii at the
S. K. corner of Section 9, in T. 3, S. It., 1 W.;
thence X. 40 chains; thence W. 23 chains; thence
M. 40 chains; thence K. 25 chains, to the place of
Iwyinitirir. containing 100 acres, more or less;
also the following described tract, to-wit: The
north-east quarter of the south-east quarter of
Section 10, in T. 3, S. It., W. of tbe Willamette
meridian ; and .n Saturday, the 2d day of
March, A. D., 1S72, at 1 o'clock p.m., at thet'ourt
House door, in Oregon City, in said count-, I will
proceed to sell the same to the highest bidder to
satir-V said execution, costs and aeeruintr costs.
Sheriff of Clackamas count v, Oregon.
Dated Jan. 2"ith, 1872:w4 "
T5PY VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTIOX AXD
order of sale, issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon, for the county of Clacka
mas, dated the 15th day of January, 1872, and to
me directed pursuant to a decree in favor of Win.
Harlow, plamtitf, urd against John Ay res, de
fendant, for the sura of one hundred and thirty
seven 30-100 dollars, $137 SO, U. S. gold coin, and
nineteen 70-1 Oil dollars, jl'J 70, costs and disburs
meiits, by virtue of a decree of foreclosure of
mortgage on real estate, 1 have this 231 day of
January, 1S72, levied on the following-described
parc el of l:md,seeitied in said decree and order.of
sale, as follows, to-wit : That tract of land known
ami described on the plats of the United States
surveys as the north half of the north east quar
ter of Section Kifdit, in Township three, South
Raiire, one West of the Willamette meridian,
containing eighty acres, 80, with all the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereof
tielonujnu- or in anvwise atteriaimn;.r a-s tne
property of the said John Avres, dclenduut, and
ou Saturday, the 2d day of March, 1872, at the
hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, in front of the
Court House door, in Orejron City, in said county,
I wilt proceed to sell the same to the highest bid
der, for U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said execution,
costs and uecruiuir costs.
Shrnii of Clackamas county.
"Dated JfcD. SGtb,
School Land Notice.
NOTIC E IS IIEREBV OIVEX THAT LIST
.LSJ it ()f Indemnity School Lauds was ap-
provcil bv tne Secretary of the Interior, Decem
ber 21st, 1S71, and by him forwarded to the Ex
ecutive OfhVeof Oreiiu, and is now on tile there
in. Said list includes 41,280.72 acres of land, em
braced in the Townships following-, to-wit :
Township 1, X. 2 erst;
Township 1, X. R.. 4 west ;
Township 2, X". it., 4 west ;
T.wrsinp 1, S. li., 1 and 4 east ;
Township 1, S. R., .'! and 4 west ;
Township 2, S. Jt., 1 and 4 east ;
Township 2, S. 1!., 1, 3, and 4 weM j
Town.-dup 3, S. It., 4 and 5 west ;
Township 4, S. R., 3 east ;
Township 4, S. II., 1, 3, 4 and S w.csl;
Tow nship 5, S. It., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 west ;
Township , S. K., 1 eu.-t ;
Town.-hi 0, S. R., 1, 2, 3,4, 5 and west ;
Township 7, S. R., 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 west ;
Township 8, S. It., 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 west ;
Township ', S. R., 1 east ;
Township 0, S. li., 1, 2, 3, nnd 4 west;
Township lo, S. R., 1, 2, 3, b and 6 west ;
Township 11, S. R., 1, 2, 3, o and (i west ;
Township 12, S. R., 2, 3, 4 and 5 west ;
Township 13, S. li., 1, 2, 3, 4 and a west.
All persons claiming School Lands jn said
Townships, are requested to come ct fore the
Board of School Laud Commissioners and com
plete their payments and receive their deeds.
Claimants having made no paynents, are notified
that the Roaid is ready to receive payments and
notes, and to issue their bonds far deeds.
: ' T. H. CAXX.
Clerk of the Board.
Fruit, rp I Garden,
Shade. 11GGS I iltdgc,
irijOIVER ASDG.tKDEX SEKDS.
Apple and Crab, loo. 2 to 4 ft., $4: 4 to 0 ft., $C, 00
l'ear,Srd.extra,l yr.Bartlett &c,3 to 4 ft.,doz. 2 50
Seeds, I'eaeli, bu.."?2; Apple, 0-afro, new, bu.,12 00
I'otatoes, White 1'each Blow.Early Rose.bu., 2 00
Spedlm's, Soft Maple, l,HHi.jl; Ash, .; Elm, 2 00
Illustrated Catalogue,- 100 page, and Xew
Trice Eit 10c
. K. l'HOEXIX, Bloomington, Illinoin.
7"E II AVE IN OUR HANDS FOR COL-
lection me notes and accounts of J.
R. Ralston, alsc of the late firm of Wortuian
A; Fields, and Joseph Kafka. Persons
knowing themselves indebted to eitlu-r of
the above persons, will please and settle at
an early day. . We are instructed to collect
WAR REN & FORBES.
TWO GOOD TWO HORSE TEAMS with
drivers, for 'permanent work on "the
Willamette Falls Canr.l and Locks.
Apply, stating tt rms per day, to Isaac W.
Sm'.tii, f'dineer of the works".
Jan. 1' lfc72:tl
Will sew everything needed in a fam lr, from
the heaviest to the lightest fabric.
IT DOKS MOUE W ORK,
"MOKE KIXDS OF WORK,
AND RETTEU WORK,
Than any other machine.
If there U a Florence Sewing Machine
within tme thousand miles of San Fram-iseo
not working well and giring entire satisfac
tion, if I am informed of it; it will'be at
tended to without expense of any kind to the
19 NEW MONTGOMERY STREET,
Grarid Hotel Euilding,
SAW FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
Seud for Circulars and samples of the work.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
Feb. 2, lS71:ly
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE
Fall and Winter Trade.
TTAVING RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
XJL assortment, of Imported Styles in
Ladies' and Gcnls'
Wo will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons and
the public generally.
We have received from New York a few-
pair of the Cekbiated ELl'RAT OPER
BUTTON FRONTS, by which a Lace Shoe
can he turned into a beautiful Button Gaiter
Will take orders for the same at any time.
We have the Best and Latest Styles in
Misses' and Children's Button Gai ers and
Bilmorals that are imported, but for go;d
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our own make. e Wsirraqt
them in every respect.
Seven entirely New Styles of Ladies' and
?i"ises' RUBBERS. The" Nillson, Concress,
Marie Antoinette, Queen's German, Velvet
Front and Alaska. Liht, yiisli Durable
and Neat Fii tin tr. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. Brini; on your feet.
COME AXD SEE
OUR CHAMPION BOOT
PR0TZBIAK, GILL I AN & CO.,
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts-,
Dec. 1. 171 :tf
TO VOU BELONG THE FUTCHE OF
our beautiful and fast provvincr State.
Soon the shrill whistle of the IRON HORSE,
us he comes smoking across this great' con
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry, will
" GOOD TIME
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to (ill the new av-enues of Busi
ness. Everyone should prepare for an
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial affairs of Oregon in a few years.
What the developements of our State Tj-ill be
in the future, is a question which depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Voting Men.
Within the past four years of continued
National Business College,
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, and many of
whom are now rilling hijrh and lucrative po
sitions in the Banks. Counting-Rooms and
Stores of our Sta;e. S.o great is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to send East, for as-istance. No
enterprising, studious 1 onntr 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 afforded acquir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in Ihe shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPEXSE.
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the minutiae of real business.
The course of study embraces' Double and
single r.ntry Koolc-Keeping, Commerci 1
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspon -ence.
"business Penmanship; rpgular and
special Lectures, Ctc.,et.c , ccnibiuing theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
ORNAMENTAL PENM A NSIII P,
GERMAN. ITALIAN. ETC
For full particulars, call at the College Or
fice. in Carter's building, corner of Front
and Alder streets, t entrance on Alder) Port
land, Oregon, or send for cicnlar. Address
EeFRANCE & JAMES,
Merch 35, 1S7L.VI
K0LIDA V PRESEttt'S.
THE LARGE-T AXD
FINEST STOCK LX
RICH JEWELRY AUB. -
33. Jli. ST03ST1
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER l
WATCHES and JEWELRY
No-107 Front st PORTLAND,
Would inrite attention of his friend oni
the public to his Large and Choice Assort
From the most Cele"rafed Makers of F..
Howard & Co.. Boston ; Apelton .V-Tracv V
S. Bartlett, Wultham, Mas.; Els;in Watcheis;
Jacot Self-winding AVaf . hes ; Engliih
Watches and others.
Also, the best selected STOCK of LA III EV.
WATCHES, of all description and sivle!,
which he would be plea-ed toshvtoull
who may favor him with a call. "
AGENT FOR CIIAS. E. J A COT. WATCHES.
Fine Jewelry and Solid Silver Ware,
Fancy Articles, suitable for
Silver Watches, of oi tic rent maker.
Diamond Pins, Ear-rings an Finger -iina,
Gtdd Bracelets. '
Gold Chatelain Guards and Watch-chains.
Gold Necklaces, Armlets, Cresses, Locket.
Gold Breast- ins. Ear-rings, Fuir-ringa.
Gold Charms and K ys. ' ' 1 "
Califorpia (told Rings' an I Rohmes'. Pat
"Moss Agate Setts, Rinzs and Ci.ff Button.
Wedding Rings, made of pure gold, ex
pressly for that purpo-e. ' '
Gold and Silver Thimh'e-:. '
Opera and Marine Glasses.
Pebble Spectacles and Eye-glJsses.
Nolid Silver Napkin Rings. '
Silver Fruit find Butler Knives.
S'did Sii.-er Table and Tea ."pois.
Regulators Setli Thomas Clocks, Marine
Clock-, Gilt' Gallery Clocks, $c. 1
AH the ab'e ve ariit les sold Cheap Tor Cash,
and warranted rcpiQenttd."
Particular attention 'gjyeii to rcpairin
and adjusting o C hron'ouieters,' Duple ui,
A erican Watc s.
R. L. STONE,
nov24tt 107 Front st. Portland, Oregon.
An-'l oyo v dosn iiition
K ? r . V i iu"? I Li n in tr
i ' J " " ?
BEKRV .1 FLAGS.
Mat hinery Depot,
112 California St. San Francisco.
REAL ESTATE EKQHAHGE
PORTLAND, r - CKEG0N.
GEO. 1a. -cnSKlf,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND pTHEll
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovei-
Farm- Lnnds sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate. " r
Loans negotiated op property-, and title
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited anj executed with
fidelity arid promptness. W
OFFICE Sol 14 Carter's Building, coiner
of Alder and Front stictts. "'"' "'
Feb. 3, 70:tf
XEW HARDWARE STORE
CORNET PKO.VT & STAKK STS.(
Is Jiow receiving and pfu-rs for sale, ftf fhg
Jowest rates, a lul tpck of
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
Mails, Ropes, Shovels
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites buyers lo call and exanfjne
before purchasing td-twhere. ""'
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Rudders' Hardware and Hon? Tiim
either at VVHOl.EALl:r HE'l'AIL.
lay 2(J,l&71:m3 J.OH' R. FOSTER.
Xcw Root and Shoe Store.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD R E
1 pectfullv cali the a ntion of tie pidW
lie to his splendid fctock CUSTOM 'S! ADFj
BOOTS and SHOES,
for Ladies' and Gent's wear, just opened,
one door nerth of the Lincoln Rakery, Ore
All kinds of ROOTS and SHOES epi
constantly on hand, aj CHEAP RATES, and
ordeis taken for the same. Jo be ma.le in
the latest Mrlei at t' PACIMC ROOT and
SHOE M ANUFACTCR V, Portland. Oregon:
Taken in EXCHANGE AT MARKET p.to.
' AL. WHITE.
Oregon City, Nov. 17, I'I- '
rrilK UNDERSIGNED WOULD CA. J.
I the attention of everybody that i
tenin" Hogs to sell, which will make bncon
tl at Thev "ill find it to t! eir advantage to
call at the old corner at Albii"bt's Hutcher
Shop We are buying Pork and PAYIN;
THE HIGHEST PRICE of any one cl?.
Call and see.
Nov. 2i, lS71.:tf
1TOHN MYERS, ESQ., IS MY DULY A U-)-
thorized Ayent in Oregon Ci'v, and also
Agent for the Estate ol Daniel ifnrvey. del
ceased. Mi'.S! p. nARVjT.'-'"
October 1, lTl.mf?