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MARCH 1, 1ST:
TOWN ASD COCXTY.
The Enterprise Jbr the Campaign-
We will rarnl-h the ExtkhiW to clubs
of flve subscribers and upward, for fifty
cents commencing with the issue of the
Kith of .March, and ending with the issue
of June 7th. which will contain the elec
tion returns. We hope that Democrats
will see to it that the paper is in the hands
of every voter in the county. Who will
B.'nd us the first list t
. JlKi.ro n:s Notick. During Lent Season
porvicrs will be held at Ft. Paul's (Epis
copal) Church on each Wednesday morn
ing, at li o'clock, and on Friday even
l.igs at 7 o'clock.
Imi-oktant. The following correspond
ence explains itself, and is of importance
those interested :
. Okkcov Citv. Feb. 28. 1872.
Mr. Xoi.txer. J'jlUor of the Enterprise
JjenrSir: Will you oblige me by pub
lishing in your paper this week Ordinance
No. fcS. .vhich reads as follows :
Ordinance No. S3. Be it ordained and
futabiished by the City Council of Ore
gon City, Oregon :
. Sko. 1. That it is unlawful for any per
son who keeps a saloon within the corpo
rate limns of Oregon City to permit, or
allow his agent or barkeeper topennit.
iriy minor, except a member of his own
fumiiv, to viit his saloon.
Sec. 2, If any saloon keeper, his agent
or bai keeper, shall permit any minor to
filter and remain in his saloon, or one un
der hir charge, he shall be fined not less
than live dollars, nor more than twenty
five dollar, for each offence, when found
guilty before the Mayor or Recorder.
Sec. 3. If any minor shall enter a sa
loou, ithall be the duty of the saloon
keepesl or his agent, or barkeeper, to or
der said minor to leave the premises ; if
H.tid minor will not leave peaceably and
at once, it shad be the duty of the saloon
keeper, agent or barkeeper, to eject said
minor: I'rovid&l. that this shall not be
construed as to debar a minor entering
upon an errand from his guardian or par
ent : provided, such minor so entering is
not allowed to remain longer than is ab
solutely necessity to attend to such errand.
My object in having the same publish
ed is. that citizens, especially all saloon
keepers, may have no plea of ignorance
of the same. My attention having been
called to the fact that very many of our
youths and young men are tiep;enting
Hie saloons, much to their injury. I there
fore deem it my tln'y to have the law
plainly set before all parties, and then see
that all who violate said ordinance are
properly punished according to i:s provi
sion. Twos. ClIAIlMAX.
Mayor of Oregon City.
Otti'HAXACK at Mii.wai Kin. We under
stand that Rishop Morris, who is now on
bis way up from Han Francisco, has a lady
with him who is to conduct a home for
orphans, at Milwaukee, in the building
commonly known as spencer Hall, and
we rejoice to know that liishop Morris
will be able to begin this important work
of Christum charity. It is very much
needed in the State. So far as we know,
there is no Protestant Orphanage in Ore
gon, except it be the Orphan's Home, in
augurated some year or two since, by a
few ladies at Salem. And yet there are
numbers of Protestant children who are
rendered orphans. These children should
be provided lor, and that by Protestants.
This want will, we trust, be met by the
proposed institution at Milwaukie. Spen
cer J fall is a building well adapted for
the purpose, having been formerly used
as a boarding scbool tor girl., and the lo
cation is also a good one. Milwaukie is a
quiet village, healthy and -beautiful for
situation. ; We know of no better place
for an inftiiniion of this kind, and we
wi-h the liishop and all connected with it
every success, for it is a work that cannot
fail to be productive of great good la this
Ckxsi s ok Or.i-roox City. We are in
debted to Mr. S. D. Pope, fur the follow
ing report of the census of this city, just
No. of voters 238
No. of females over I'O 20i
No. of males under 1
No. vt females under 1 04
No. of males between 4 and 20. . . 18'.)
No. females betwaeu 4 and 20 1!)7
Total males 021
- Total females 47!)
Total population .1.100
The totals include Indians, Kanakas
and Chinamen. The census report last
vear gave only a population of H24.
Raiucai. Pki.m.usiks. The Radical prim
aries for this county will Ire held to-mor-row.
There is considerable stir among
them, and a great deal of trouble is ex
perieneed to find offices enough for the
number of candidates. Several cliques
nnd combinations have been formed, and
ench one seems to be sure of success. If
we mistake not. there will be some terri
bly sick chaps after next Saturday. They
will, however, have the consolation that
their successful competitors will be sicker
on the '3d of June.
Rf.ai. Kstatk Transactions. A couple
of 'very important real estate sales have
recently taken place in our city. George
A. Pease sold his fine residence on Main
street, to Chas. W. Pope, for he sum of
2.f00 ; and Jas. Winston sold bis resi
dence, on Main and Ivighth streets, to
Julius Logos, lor the sum of $2,200. The
rates property is held at, both these most
desireable places sold cheap. Mr. Lewis
has also disposed of his residence to Capt.
AppersiHi. for the sum of $1,300.
That Bkiuuk Mattkr. Having been
very busy during the past week, being
behind with oor paper on acconnt of our
recent illness, we have not been able to
obtain further information on this sub
ject The County Judge claims that his
Court is in nowise censurable for the loss.
We shall inquire further into the matter
and whether it is or not. Our article tast
week was written on information which
we regard thoroughly reliable.
S,vn Acer pent. A little child, son of
Mrs. Lansdale, four years of age, fell last
Tuesday at the residence of Mr. Pope,
from the second story to the first floor,
striking on its head. The little fellow has
been suffering greatly ever since, and it is
feared that the brain has been effected.
Dr. Barclay is attending on the child and
doing all that can be to relief its suffer
ing'?. Vote ok Thanks. At the last meeting
of Cataract Hose Co., No. 2, a unanimous
Tote of thanks was tendered to the young
ladies who donated the proceeds of the
Leap-Year ball to the Company The
members of that company will always
bare a tender feeling towards those noblg
nearted young ladies.
Retcrxixg. We notice the name of Mr.
F. O. McCown. of this city, amoDir the
passengers on the Idaho. He will proba
bly be home to day.
Dkcxks. Our City Marshal has been
doing a lively business during the past
week in the way of locking up drunken
men. The number of drunks has been
larger this week than at any previous pe
riod of which we have any knowledge.
Imi'kovkmkxt.s. Messrs. Fields & St ick
ler. Harlow &, Fuller and Mayor Channan
have ail had the in placea of business re
cently painted and whitewashed. It has
materially improved the appearance oi
Fikemkx'.s Ei.Kcnox.The election for
Chief and Assistant Engineer takes place
next Monday, instead of last Monday, as
announced in our last issti". We hope the
boys will get up a spirited, yet ftieiidlv
contest for the honors.
Rkscmko. The water having receded.
work was resumed in the Factory last
Saturday. The boats are also enabled to
come into the basin to discharge and re
ceive their trieght.
New Goods Mr. S. Ackerman pro
poses to leave on the next steamer for the
purpose of purcha.ing his spring stock of
goods. He expects to return with as fine
stock as has ever been brought to this citv.
Laoiks Skwino Sociktv. - The Ladies
sewing society of the Episcopal Church
will meet next Tuesday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. E. I). Kellv.
Nkw Stork. Mr. S. D. Pope is fitting
up the building adjoining the Odd Fel
lows' Hall, and will shortly open a family
Lost. We call attention '.o uq adver
tisement in another column from Mr. Wm
II. Marshall, who has lost his horse.
Sai.k. Sheriff Warner will have two
sales of real estate to-morrow. A good
chance for somebody to buy a fortune.
Goxk. Chas. Weeks has closed his
place of business in Linn City and gone
to San Francisco on a visit.
Cot xcit.. The regular monthly meet
ing of the City Council takes place next
Coi'XTY Corn'Pi The March term of the
County Court commences next Monday
Cheek. The Kadieals of Dong
las county, in their call for the
County Convention, declare in fa
vor of economy This may le re
ga riled us rather cheeky, when it
is considered that when they went
out of power in that county, they
left it badly in lebt, while the
Democrats have relieved the coun
ty from indebtedness, on a smaller
tax lev, and had near 3,000 on
hand at the close of the last fiscal
year. We are of the opinion that
the people of Douglas can see into
this little piece of demagogism
and will not soon reinstate the old
The Governor's Private Secretary.
Gov. Grover has a Private Secretary at
$1,200 per annum, who is constantly em
ployed in the duties of his office, render
ing services which would command even
a higher salary in tiny other State but this.
The Oregonitui ihinKs that this extrava
gance is ji.st awful! ae.d '-unconstitutional"'
besides!!! Gov. Woods had his Pri
vate Secretary (nominally) his own son. a
little boy, in the 'pot-hook'"' stage of chi
rography. who never did an hour's work
in the office, but was attending school
most of the time. He simply permitted
the State to use his name in the vouchers
and for this service his father drew $000
per (irt)inm. The Orojouimi thinks this is
com mend able economy. Sihm Mcrvnnj.
Pkxstox fuinw. The Secretary of the
Interior and Chief of the Pension Bureau
! iuform Congress that fully one-fourth of
J the pensions now paid are frauds.'' The
pensions now pant amount to j1.U'J0,000
annually, which gives in round numbers.
S8.O00,O00 annually of which the Govern
ment is cheated in this one item. This
disclosure is a terrible commentary on
the honesty and capacity of the Grant ad
ministration, and calls in trumpet tones,
for a change from Grant down. And yet,
in the face of this disclosure of incapac
ity or dishonesty, the Republican parly
seriously contemplate the re noininali' n
of Grant !
The Temperance Convention,
pays the Mercury, appointed Mrs.
Duniway a committee of a half-a-dozen
to urge the passage of a law
at the next session of the Legisla
ture permitting women to vote on
the subject of temperance. If she
goes " at large" among the mem
bers of the Legislature as she did
in the Convention she will be very
apt to win her point.
Throwim; Off. The Oreynninn gives
George Woods the cold shoulder, and
says that even his management of the pen
itentiary "wasn't, very creditable." This
is cool, considering how much the Ore-jo-itinn
did toward making Woods Governor,
and how vigorously it defended him as
long as he held that position. The infer
ence we draw from all this is that George,
the "sneezer' is a '"dead cock in lha pit.
JF. W. Statesman.
It will be seen from news pub
lished elsewhere that the German
citizens are taking active measures
to support the anti-Grant Jlepub
lican Presidential nominee. This
move is carried forward bv those
Germans who have al way "hereto
fore acted with the Republicans.
Following is the apportionment of Dele
gates to which each county is entitled in
the Democratic State Convention, which
meets at the Dalles, on April 10th ;
Columbia - - -
Linn , J" "
U mat ilia ! .... 1
. . 7
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 Whiter bushel, St 00.
OATS r bushel. 75 cts.
POTATOES "p bushel. $1 00 ct
ONIONS bushel, SI OOfgl 50.
FLOUR bbl. 5 50f?,$(i 00.
BEANS White. fay, cts
DRIED FRUIT-Ap.ples.) fo..56ct
Peaches, -g lb., Hl.c: Plums, ! It,.,
1G cts.; Currants. "H it,.. 10(,20 ets
BUTTER -r lb.. 35 iojfs.
EGGS $ dozeu. 25 cts.
C 1 i ICiv ENS j dozen , S I.
AUGTHrUS!,e(l' p- 20 cts.; Island
& lb- 1O012J cts. ; N. O.. -f Jb.. i j cts. ;
San Francisco refined. ff . cts.
TEA Young Hyson, 11,.. SI 50 ; Ja
pan. '0 II)., 'J0e?l 25 ; Black. 3b.,'75e.
r5 r l oo.
COFFEE r? 23f7iy?5 ct
SALT "f It.., lj2lcts.
SYRUP Heavy (Golden, "pgal!.,$l 00 :
Ex. Heavy Golden. p: gall., si" 25
RACON Hams, h; cts . ;jt.s,
15 cts. 'jr It..: Shoulders. 11 ct
LARD t P)., 14 cts.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene. eall
Liiweed oil. raw. H gall.. ;!
Linseed oil. Ooiled. gall., $1 50.
WO )L r! lb.. 35 cts.
REEF On foot, )710 cts. a It..
PORK On foot. y',l(Jcts. Vt ft.
SHEEP Per head. $ 002'2 50.
HIDES (been, lb.. 5c. ; Dry.IJj.
15 cU ; Salted. 8c
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Selhvood, rector. Services on Sunday
at ih a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bihle class at 2 r. m.
1st Congregational Church Scats Free
Morning Services 10.
Sabbath School, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
Rt;v. E. Okkky, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening,. . .
, . .7 o'clock.
M. E. Church, Seats Free.
Morning Services, 1 0.30,
Evening Set vices, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Moi nincr Servces.
Praver Meeting Thursday even inn 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
For the very best photographs, go to lb ad
ley & Rnlofson's (laBcry withovt STAIRS
XT ASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, 429
Montgomery Street, San Francis o.
Thf A mfflcan Sleek Journal tor l.'c.en -ber,
contains engravings of Sacred Cattle,
Houpan and (Lime Fowls; also, Pig and
Poultry Ileuses, with plans and elevation,
.besides some twenty well written articles
that should be read by every Farmer. Spec
imen Copies wiil be sent, free, by the Pub
lishers, X. P. Boykk k Co. Parkesburg, Pa.
We furnish this valuable Joinixu,
with our paper for :? a year.
SYJII'TOMts Of CAT.i.K.5411.
Indisposition to exercise, difficulty of
thinking or reasoning", or concentrating t be
niird upon any subject. lassitude, lack of
ambition or energy, discharge tailing into
throat, some timrs profuse, watery, acr.d,
tlrck and tenacious mucus, purulent, offens
ive. In othets a dryness, dry, watery,
weak or inll.imed eyes, ringing in ears, deaf-ne.-s,
hawking and coughing to clear throat,
ulcerations death and decay of bones, scab.-
from ulcers, constant desire to clear nosit
and threat, voice altered, nasal twang, of
feniry breath, impaired ortot:d deji ivation
of sense of smell, and taste, dizziness; men
tal depre-sioii, loss of appetite, indigestion,
dyspepsia, eularocd tonsils, tickling con-fb.
ditlicnlty in speaking (plainly, general debil
ity, idiocy and insanity.
Alt the above svmotoms are emmtm t; the
disca-e in some of i s stages or compile -t.ions,
yet housaiuls of cases annually term
"mate m consumption or insanity, ait (lend
in tii s grave without ever having manifest
ed one-ihi i d of the symptoms above enum
erated. No d:scac is ni'-re common or 1 ss under
stood bv phyM'-bms. The proprietor of Dr.
S.ige's Catarrh Remedy will p.ty "oo reward
toi" a case of catarrh which he cannot cure.
Sold bv drnguists, or s nd sixty cents to
R. V, I'ierc ,' M. I)., VI?, Seneca street. Pufla
lo, X. V., for it. A pamphlet free, beware
of counterfeits and worthless imitations,
b'emember that the genuine has the words
"II. V. fierce, M. I). . .Sole I'roprieior, buf
falo. N V.," printed upon the wrapper ; al
so lias 1 J r. Fierce s p Ttrait, name ana ad
dress on his private Uovcrnment stamp up
on each package.
Tur. Wii.n (fkksr do not regard Dr. Aycr's
wis, loin in migrating north such immense
numbers of them as are flying over us now,
while ins al ma nac says : 'bleak and blus
tering about this time, with heavy snows.''
Cedar rapids (la ) Time, March 3.
We were to fast last week in our item on
the conflict between'fir. Ayer and the wild
geese. The Doctor's science beat their in
stinct this time. Not for years have we had
such a snow storm as that of last Sunday.
The snow lies three feet deep on a level in
Minnessota and two feet n Wisconsin, while
the storm has swept from the Atlantic to the
Rocky Mountains. Snow fell to various
depths us far sounh as Denver, Fort Union
and Santa Fe. Learned as we believed Dr.
Ayer in the arcana of nature, and wonderful
as we knew his medicines to be, we were not
prepared for so signal an instance ot his su
periority, not only ovi-r the wise men, but
the wisis: of animals whose instinct is
considered unfailing. We drive up the peg,
more fii mlj than ever, over our hearth for
Ayer's American Almanac. Cedar Rapids
Times, March 10.
Hall's vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer
for the scalp, and for restoring the hair and
its color, has no equal.
Diseases that progress rapidly to a crisis
are not the only ones to be dreaded. Canker
or dr3 rot does not blast a tree as suddenly
as a stroke of lightning, but unless arrested
it destroys it as certainly ; and in like man
ner chronic debility, although it does not
kill with the swiftness of yellow fever, is as
sore to sap the springs of life eventually as
any acute disease, if not checked by invigor
ating medication. There is something inex
pressibly touching in the spectacle prema
ture decay. Languor, pallor, emancipation,
depression of spirits, and a distaste for ex
ertion, are its ordinary symptoms, and they
should be promptly met by a tonic treatment.
The best invtgorant and exhilerant that can
be administered in a case of this kind is
llo.-tettei's Stomach IJitters. The stimulat
ing principle of the preparation rouse the
dormat energies of the system, and the
strengthening and regulating properties give
a permanent and healthful impulse to the
vital forces thus brought into play. The
failing appetite is re awakened, the procc-s
of d gestion and assimilation are quickened,
the quality of the blood is improved, the se
cretions become more natural, and every or
gan that contributes to the nourishment of
the body undergoes salutary change. Ry
these means the repair or the physical struct
ure is effected and its health and vigor re
stored. In no class of diseases has the ben
eficent operation ot the Bitters been more
marked and striking than in tho-se charac
terized by general debility and nervous pros
tration. Ladies affected with these ail
ments find in this most wholesome of all
tonics and correctnses the safest and surest
means of relief. It is strong to restore and
powerless to injure. Such is the uniform
testimony of "cloud of witnesses-"
AGEXTS FOB THE EXTERPRISE.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents For the Eneekprisk :
J. M. Baltimore. Portland, Oregon.
Thomas Boyce, San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher, " '
Hudson & Menet.41 Park Row.Xew York.
Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, New
Abbott t Co.. Xo, 82 & 31 Nassau street,
Hudson, Menet. & Co.. Chicago, Illinois.
Coe. Wetherill & Co.. 07 Chestnut street,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Oflicc, ';o. OA Front Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities, consisting of LOTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the .STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and thro ighout the STATES and TERRI
TOUIfciS, with great care and on the most
A D V A N T A G EO US TE KM S-
TIOUSES nnd STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS TUOMPTLY COL
LECTED. Ai.d a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted,
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the SIAIE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
andfnrward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, li71.
FALL!) lirvC.V3IIMlK.Vl1 0. 1, I. ).
K. Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each month. Patriarchs in good stand
ing are invited to attend.
Feb. S. lS72-tf
llcbec-cu Degree Liortge Xo. 3.I.O. O. V
Meet on the Second and Fourth
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree aie invited to
31 iiltnnmn H Io.'1;e o. 1, A. F. am?
A. 31. Holds its regular comuiunica
'Actions ou tne i-i'.iT ('Jul h wd tfittur-
V' eacn nioiun, :ii 4 o clock trom
the 2oth of September to the 2ot!i of
March, and 7h o'clock from the 20th of
March to the 2oth ot September. Bt eth
ren in good standing are invited to attend.
Dec. -J.ISTO, Bv, order of W. M.
Oregon Loslge Xo. 3, I. O. or O. F.
Mtefs evcrv. ThurMhiv ,-r,r,
l0$m ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
"-v;V5 Hall, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
iy order. jy. o.
IxPTOESTlov is iho cinisa of nino-tenths of all
iiieiif-tr ino uvular niHciiine is suoject to! liive
tone to the stomach and iiestivo orirans, and you
will save more than lialf in your doctor's bills.
Hr. ESritle'N ttvit-l J.Ll. flSi t,-r. ure recoin-
ik-'iiicii oynii iuy?icians to 1'Ysi'ei-tics mid for
ALL 'OMrl.AISTS Of t!'C 1.1VKU AMI IT(iKSTlVS
OiiOAN.s. Hvc adverWscment iu another column.
"T 1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
1 the Postoflice at Oregon C ifj-, March 1
Beverly , John.
Ghapman. W T,
Hamilton, John H,
Lewis, Nellie Miss,
Li vinnetl -n, Mark,
Morgan, John Peier,
R utter, J,
Shannon, J Mrs,
Wills. M C.
Baker Mr, ( Boots fc
(leek, R L,
Fal low, W II.
Gross. A ncn.tiia.
Lyon, J Capt,
.McToon, Cai len,
Jbithenp, A L,
Thompson . Wm,
Wallace. Wm M.
If cubed fur. ldcase sav
BACON, P. M.
In tlie County Court for Clackamas count v, State
of li ciron.
A. Ml-.ll:, l'laintiir, J Civil action to recover
lo the above named Defendant :
VU A1!I: llKRK1,Y NOTIFIED ANT) KK-
quired to appear in the ;i!,ove entitled
r.lln'f,ii"ni1 alu v-f"-' to the complaint of Die j l.iin
f lit, tile 1 in flu- uhove entitled action, within ten
uays iroiii tin: date of the .service of this sum
mons upon yon, if served in Clackamas eountv
ii nd if served in any other eountv of this Sta'e
tiien witlim twet'ty days from such service- and
if served Dy publication, yon are lioriiied aiid re
quired To a pi .ear and an-wer said complaint on
or beioie tne 1st Monday in M;iv, 187 tit-it De-m-
'i";111': ,l".V of the next terra of the ( ountv
Court tor Clackamas county, Oregon, which will
he hel l next after the expiration of the period
prescribed hy the or.ler of said Court f.ir the pub
lication oi this .summons; and if you fail .- to
appear and answer, tlie plaiutiil" will take iud--mcnt
a-amst you for the sum of 45, with
leiTHl interest from June 7th, 1H71, and for costs
and uisburs, ments of tin's action; thesaid action
beii. broufit by p'.aintiif to recover the afore
said bahniee due on book aecnuut for merchan
dise sold delendant by pluintitf. And vou are
turtlier notified, that the Hon. J. K. V,"aif .Tnd-'e
of se.iu County Court, ou the oth day of Fclirii
ary, IS, 2, in ide an order direct iuvr the Miinninin
to be served by publicafion in the Orcsmu City
tntenmse lor six successive weeks
. t , r. WAltitEN & FORBES,
March I, 1872:wG VUVs Att'vs.
And every description
of Wood-woik'uu Ma
chinery and I'lanini'
Mill supplies. Address
BERRY & PLACE,
112 California St. San Francisco.
XT' ROM THE UNDER! ED, LIVING AT
A Canemah, about the r.th inst , a Sorrel
Mare, ab uit fifteen hands high ; six 3-ears
oid ; small white streak in the forehead with
saddle marks ; shod a II around. Any person
returning sad mare or giving information of
her whereabouts, will he suitably rewar ed.
WM. II. M RSIIAL .
Canemah, Feb. 22, 1S72.
X COMPLIANCE "WITH ORDINANCE
-No. 04, Section of this citv, an election
will be eld f r the purpose of electing one
CliH-r nfjineer, one Asst. Engiiicer,
for the ensuing year. Slid election to be
held on Monday, the 1th day of March, at the
House of Cataract Hose Comnanv, No
THOMAS CHARMAN, Xahor.
Oregon City, Feb. 22d, 1S72.
THE LOST CITY;
C H I C O O
AS IT WAS AIID AS IT IS.
A HISTORY OF THE GREAT CHICAGO
Fire trustful and accurate. A vivid and
detailed account of the most terrible calami
ty that has ever befallen the civilized world.
Startling incidents. "Hair Breadth 'scapes."
Tlie fearf ul ravages of the Fire Fiend. Tlie
rein of Terror. Profusely and beautifuliy
illustrated, including views of the city before
and since the firerstiil supremely grand in its
ruins. Orders will be filled and received.
The fastest selling book ever sold by agents.
Send 1 for canvassing outfit and secure an
Agency immediately- Agents also wanted
AVOXDEKSOP THE UORLD.
One Thousand Illustrations, comprising
stattl'tng scenes, interesting incideots aud
wonderful events in all the Countries and
among all People.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
ban Fraacisco, Cal.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION i
A. 15. Iil2SB,34'IS01S9
Corner of Front aud Oakstreets, Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, Geiieralilerehan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. IiiciiARPsox, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Pry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. IS. Riciiaijdsox, Auctioneer
WILLIAMS & MADinC,
TTAVE JUST OPENED A FULL YARIE-
ty of choice
The Bakery will be couttaatly supplied
BREAD, CR VCKEBS,
CANDIES AND NUTS.
All of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not sell goods at
Also, please ber.r in mind that it takes
moncv to do business.
To the fanning trade we would say, CAII
for you. produce, and CASH tor our goods.
Goods delivered to all parts ot the citv.
Feb, 10, is72:tf
A I5csiral;le Hiss Th-re is the hi-s of
ridicule, thehisscf scorn, the hiss of snakes
in ti e giass ; but the most delichtlul hiss is
Tairaiifs ElT. rvcsctnt Seltzer
Aim.' rii' nt
In the sparkling goblet, giving assurance to
the invalid tbat bis thirst will be deliciousiy
as-uagtd ; that his stomach will ba refresh
ed and purified ; that if he is fcveiish, his
body will be c-oled by healthful evaporation;
that if he i- constipated, the difficulty will
pass away without a pang ; and that if the
condition of hi general health is impaired,
it will be speedily restored. Of couise, he
will take care to iiroeuve none lint tlie
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SEW HARDWARE STORE,
CORSET PKOST & ST AUK STS.,
j v-iaiira lAi. jl" vrs Ji. iiiis
Is now receiving anJ offers for sale, at the
lowest rates, a run stock of
Tabic -and Fodiet Cutlery,
railSj Ropes, ShoveSs,
Which he invites Luyeislo call and examine
before purchasing cl-ewhere.
Would invite particu ar attention ot buy
ers of 15u:ldcrs' Hardware and House Tiim-
tniiiL's, cither at W1K)LKJALK or RKTAIL.
Alay ;, ls71:mJ JOHN K. FOSTEIL
'SPY VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION ISSUED
-K out of the Circuit t'oart ot the .t;itc of
Oregon, for the county of Clackamas, in favor of
J j. A. Seely.plaint ili'.iuid against Uanicl S. iScbas
tian, defendant, for tlie sum of two hundred and
twenty-five .Vi-ino doilavs, ,2.' jo, now due, and
with interest at the rate of ten jier cent, per an
num from the 11th day of ()ctolr, A. D., !S71,
ind the 1 urt her sum 01 tortv-nmo ob-iutl dollars.
till Ali, costs, and for want of personal Troierty
out of which to make tlie same, I have levied
njioii all the riuht, title and interest of said
lauiol S. Sebastian of, iu and to the following
dcscribcil tracts of land, lo-wit : li.iriiuiiii at
the N. i-;. corner of the X. W. J-4 of section
T. 3., S. K. 1 AV. of tlie Willamette meridian ;
thence W. '2'i chs. aud 13 links ; thence S., 10 1-2
decrees E. 14 chs.; thence E. '20.M chs.: thence
X. 13.77 chains, to tlie place of beginning, con
taining 30 acres, more or less; and also tlie fol
lowinj'deserilcd tract, to-wit : lj.'ghmiiuj at the
S. E. corner of Section !, in T. 3, S. It., I W.;
tlieiicc X. 40 chains; thence W. 2j chains; tlicnx!
S. 4(1 chains ; thence E. 2 chains, to the place of
bc-inniiiif, coiitamiiifi" 100 acres, more or less;
also the following deserilel tract, to-wit: The
north-east quarter of the soutlreast (juarter of
Section 10, in T. 3, S. 11., W. of the Willamette
meridian ; and on Saturday, tlie 2d day of
March, A. J., 1H72, atl o'clock p.m., at the Court
House door, in Oregon City, in said comity, I will
proceed to sell tlie same to the highest bidder to
satisfy f aid execution, costs and a-cruinsr costs.
Shoriif of Cl.ickamas wantv, Oregon.
Dated Jan. 2i!h, 1872:w4
In the Circuit f cut of tlie State of Oregon,
for Clackamas county.
Henry Humbel, Plaintiff, )
vs. Suit in Equity.
John Stege, Defendant. 7
TO JOHN STEGE, SAID 1EI'UNDAXT :
X THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE
cron : You are summoned and l-equired to bo
and appear in the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Clackamas county, on or before the
first day of the term of said Court next following
the expiration of six weeks after the date of the
first publication of this Summons t to-wit : on
the 3d Monday in March, A. IX, lJj'72, and answer
the complaint filed in the above entitled suit, or
the plaintiff will take a decree against you for
.l,7io, in U. S. foM coin, and interest theie
011 bince Jan. ", 1871, at the rate of one per cent,
a month, and for costs and disbursinenU ; aud
will apply to the Court for a decree foreclosing a
mortgage civen by you Jan. 5, l71,on an undi
vided one-half of Lots Four, 4, and Five, 5, in
Biocic Xo. Twenty-three, 23, in the town of Orc
fron City, Clackamas county, Oregon ; and gr;ner
allyfirthe relief demanded iu the complaint.
By order of Hon. W. W. Upton, Judge of said
JOHXSON & McCOWNr
Plff 's Att'ys.
Fruit, rnrtr, I Garden,
shade, irees ! i.tt4
FLOWER A S V GARDEN SEED,
Apple and Crab, 100. 2 to 4 ft., ?f; 4 to 6 ft., . 00
rear,Std.extra,l yr,iiartlctt 4:c,3 to 4 ft.,doz. 2 50
Seeds, Teach, bu.,?2; Apple, Osatre, new, bu.,12 00
Potatoes, White Peach Elow.Earlv Bose.bu., 2 00
Seedlings, Soft Maple, l,Kx,$l; Ash, 3; Elm, 2 00
Illustrated Catalogue, 100 page, and X"ew
Price List..T ".' lOc
F. K. PHOENIX, Blociuington, Illinois,
Will ew everything needed in a family, from
the heaviest to the lightest fabric.
IT DOES 3IOI&E tVOHK,
MORE KIXDS OF WORK,
AM BETTER 1VORK,
Than any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewing Machine
within one thouand miles of San Francisco
not working well and pirinp: entire satisfac
tion, if I am informed ot it; it will be at
tended to without expt-n.se of any kind to the
10 NEW MONTGOMERY STREET,
Grand Hotel Building1,
SAM FRASTCISC0, CALIF0HKIA
Send for Circul.irg and samples oi the work.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVEKY
Feb. 2, 1871;ly
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE!
Fall ami Winter Trade
AVINO RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported i?t 3 ks in
Luclics ami Gents'
We will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons "and
the puhlie generally.
We have received ironi New Yoik a tew
pair of the (Mebiatcd 1. LI 'RAT OPERA
BUTTON FBONTS, by winch a Lace Shoe
Ciin he turned into a beautif ul Button Gaiter
Will take ordt rs fur the same at any time.
We have the Rest and Latest Styles in
Mioses' and Children's Button Gai ers and
II llmorals th-it are imported , but for goed
substantial wear there are none that can
cme up to our own make. We Wan ant
them in every respect.
Seven entirely New Styles of Ladies' and
Mbses' RUBBERS. T Nillson, Congress,
Marie Antoinette, Queen's German, Velvet
Fn.nt and Alaska. Light, ylish Durable
and Xeat Fitting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. Rring on your feet.
COME AXJ) SEE
OUR CHAMPION BBBTl
PROTZEIAN, GILL I AW & CO.,
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts-,
TOR 1 LAND, REGCX.
Pfc. 1. 171 :tf
rpo YOU BELONG THE FUTUCE OF
I our beautiful and fast growintr State.
Sunn the shrill whistle of the IRON HORSE,
as he comes unoking across this great con
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry, will
" GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to (ill the new avenues 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 will be
in the future, is a question which depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young Men.
Within the past four years of continued
National Business College,
of Portland, Oregon, bas ?nt out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, and many of
whom are now filling high and lucrative po
sitions in tlie Banks, Counting-Rooms and
Stores of owr Stase. So-great is the demand
has complained for want cf a situation and
at good salary, too.
Every faeifiy is here afforded acquir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in theshortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPEKSE,
Every student will have art
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE!
After having completed tbe Theory, he is
introJiveed into- a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the minntia; of real business.
The course of study embraces Double and
Single Entry Book-Keep in,?, Commerci I
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspon -ence.
Business Penmanship, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superifor advantages for securing a thorough
GERMAN. ITALIAN. ETC
For fufl particulars, call at the College Of
fice. iu Carter's building, corner of Front
and Alder streets, ( entrance on Alder) Port
laud, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
DeFRANCE & JAMES,
Merch 31. lS71:jl
that Business men bar; becrT frequently
compelled to send East Iot assistance. No
enterprising, studious Young Man who has
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
THE LAROKsT AND
FINEST STOCK If
FI WE WHTCHEd,
RICH JEWELRY AND
13. l. STonsns,
WHOLESALE AXD BET AIL BEALES 1JT
WATCHES and JEWELUY
No-107 Front st- PORTLAND,
Would invite attention of bis friends an4
the public to his Large and Choice Assort--nient
From the most Celebrated Makers of B.- '
Howard & Co.. Boston ; Apelton & Traey, Pj
S. Bartlett, Waltham, Mas; Elgin Watches j
bicot Selfwinding Watches; English
Watt-lies and others.
Also, the he-tselecfed STOCK of LADIEV
VATCIIES, or 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 I'ins, Ear-rings an Finger-ringS
(J'dd Chiitelam Guards and Watefi-cbain,
tlol.l Necklace-, Armlets, t'f esses, Locket,
Cold k ast-ins. Ear-rings, Finger-riua.
Cold Charms and Keys.
California Gold Rings and Robmes Pat-
Moss Agate Setfsy Rings find Cuff Buttons
Wedding King, made of pure gold, 11'
presstv for that purpose.-
Gold aud Silver Thimbles.
Opera and Marine Glasses.
Rebl.le Spectarles ami F.ye-glasseg.-
jNilid Silver Napkin Rings.
Silver Fruit and Butter Knives.
Sdid Sil.er Table and Tea Spoons.
Regulators Selh Thomas Clocks, Marin
Clock-, Gilt Gallery Clocks, Kc-
All the ah. ve ariit les sold Cheap for Caaliy
and warranted as n-pi esente.i.-
1'articular attention given to r-pairntt
and adjusting o'J rouonieters, Duplex fin
A ei ican V a.cs
V.. L. STONE.
nov24.lt lot Front st. Toi tland, Oregon.
Read Physician's Certificates Below! It
A Most Efficient and Pleasant Tonic.
These Titttora nrp prepared from the most choictf
and wholesome herbs and root, and have given
universal satisfaction wherever tried. Thousand
of dyspeptics have found relief through their ust.
nd physicians recommend them Tor the cure of all
diseases of t he blood and liver, and irreguiaritiuit of
th digestive organs.
Headache. Hiliou-ness and Constipation. General
Debility and L.ossof Aretite, all are caused bv th
derangement of the htomach. Iiver and other"
functionaries of th- fvstem. 'J he I XI. Rittera haveF
been successfully used nnd are warranted to atlw
viato t he sulltsrer in all t he cbove Cases.
Mrssns. IT. ErsTF.i.- i Co:
ientli?men: I take pleasure in stating that apM
ably to your wish I have carefully tested and exam
ined tho sample of your IXI Bitters, -which yott
Bent me, and iind it not only an agreeable Bitters
but also one that cannot, tail to be benvneial a
tonio and promoter ot" Digestion.
G. HOLLAXD. M. D.
ClTT AVD CoTTKTY IIOSPITAL. San Francituvt
Juno 2'lth, 117 1 :
1 Have carefully emmine;! I Jr. If enley g IX u
Bitters, and have failed to detect anvtlrintr which!
could injure even the most delicate conatif trtiotl.-
! roin the composition of the Hitters, as far as I -
nm ante to determine it, i should judjre that the
IXL. liittera must be a very efficient remedy in
Dvsnensia. Indicestion. Loss of Ai.netite anrl simi
lar complaints, being composed of a number .61-
vegetable arugs wnicli ar principally used in dis
eases of that nature, and are of the greateaf
efficiency in their cure.
F. H. ENGELS. M. !..
Ass't Res. Physician, Apothecary C. Jt C. Hospital.
State Assateb'S OFFICE. San Francisco. J!
21st. 1S71 :
Messrs. H.-EPSTTEKf Co. Gent": I have in ad av
careful examination of your IX I Hitters, and hav
found them entirely free of deleterioua mineral
substances. Yours, etc .
J-.Ol'IS FAhKEXAU, State AsBayef.
Bewaro of !ounterfeit.s. None ranninti rithnn
Dr. Henley's signature across the top of each bottle.
Every Family xTioiil1 have n. tUUtUi
In tlie bouse. Koll evcrvwbrr
Tfo. SIS Front Street. San Francisco, Cal.
Iu GROSS fc CO , 675 W, Lake atw Chicago, 111
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE-
PORTLAND, - OREGON-
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Orei
F;irm Lands sold and purchasers obtained ,
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable sccuritfes transferred in exchange
for real esfate.-
Loans neotfated oft property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE-No. 14 Carter's Building, coriur
of Alder and Front streets.
Feb. 3. s70:tf
Xew I5oot and Shoe Store.
rruiE UNDERSICNE WOULD KB'
JL pe tlullvcai the a ntion of the pub
lic to 1 is plendid stock. CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS and SHOES,
for Ladies' and Gent's wear, just opened,
one door nerth of the Lincoln Bakery, Ore
All kinds of BOOTS and SHOES tept
consdanlly on hand, at CHEAP RATES, and
ordeis taken for the same, to be made m
the latest stvle, at the PACIFIC HOOT and
SHOE MAN UFACTURE, PortaDd, Oregon.
Taken ia EXCHANGE AT MARKET Kafes,
Oregon City, Nor. 17, 171.
MR. A. C. BAILEY'S CONNECTION
with the Lincoln Bakery ceased by mo
tuel consent on the 1st of febiuary, 1572
Mr. C. O. T. vV'illiams bayinj; bought his in
terest, and tle business will be continued at
the old stand onder the firm name at Jfih
liams & Hiirding, who will pay all debt
aga'mst and receire all moneys due the lata
fcrm of Bailey & Harding. febl6w4
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