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MARCH 8, 1ST 2.
TOWN AND COVNTY.
We will farnfeblbeEBBPRito claba
of five .bb.cribers and upward., for C y
cents, commencing with the jssue of tie
Utb of Marcb. and ending with the .,ie
of Jne 7ib. wbich will contain the elec
tion returns. We hope that Democrats
M ill see to it that the paper is in the hands
of every voter in the county, ho will
send us the first list ?
RKUGiors NoTiCK.-Durir.g Lent Svason
services will be held at St. Pauls (Epis
copal) Church on each Wednesday morn
ing, at Ki o'clock, and on Iriday een
iugs at 7 o'clock.
Coi:xty Colut rKOCKEin.xos. The fol
lowing are the proceedings of the County
Court lor the March term :
Isaac Foster, supervisor of road district
No. 35 was granted lurtter lime to inane
his report. . .
Cbas. Roork, Thos. Holm a and Ld.
Forbes were appointed viewers to view
and locate a road from the terminus of the
Mihvaukie road to the eastern boundary
of Phillip Foster's land claim.
Geo. Clark, Jo. Dickens and J. I.. Cason
were appointed viewers to locate a road
in accordance with petition of N.N. Buck.
J . S. Church and others.
On petition c.r V. W Cook and others.
Chas. Roork. Edward Forbes and Thos.
Bobna were appointed viewers to locale a
road from the N. E. corner of Henry Jew
ell's fence, thence on the best route to
Pock Creek bridge, thence to the intersec
tion of the road at. the south end of the
lane btt.veen V. C. Wilson's and It. Mills
land. Pep"''1 of J. S. Church, supervisor of
road district No. 18. was approve I an 1 al
lowed $21 for extra labor. Wra Smith
appointed for the e.isuing year.
T. Power of r. a! district No 12. made
his report .vh'tch was approved, and Fred
rick Dullard appointed.
Report of Thos. Putt' of road district No.
40, was approved and allowed ?lt for
extra labor. J. II. Simesel was appoint
ed for the present year.
Report of Wiliiam Phillips, of road dis
trict No. 4. was approved and allowed
17 51) for lumber, and 34 lor extra la
bor. Tobias Deardortr appointed for the
F. W. Foster, of road district No. 3. ten
dered his r- agnation, which was accepted
and John Giov.-r appointed instead.
Ross Merrick, of road district No. 1.
tendered bis resignation, wbich was ac
cepted, and .lmos'l'abb appointed.
Peter Lewis, of road district No. 32.
tendered his resignation, which was ac
cepted and Joel Dixon appointed.
Report of Thos. Comm. of dis rict No.
10. was laid over. Fairfield appoint
ed for the present year.
iie.ioit o' John ZurnwaU, of district No.
30, was approved and allowed 2i' fur
John Todd was allowed $8 for attend
ance ou Circuit Court.
Report of John II -Martin, Pleasant
Judd and Robert Kirkbam. viewers, was
approved and road declared a highway.
Report of E. Baker, S. B. Franklin and
T. E. Riirgs. viewers, was approved and
road declared a public highway.
The report, of Geo. G. Suiith.Isaac Frost
and J. A. Barlow, lowers, was adopted
and road declared a public highway.
The license for the Oregon Ci'y ferry
Wis placed at $10 for the ensuing year.
Thomas Learsey was adjudged a county
charge. J. Bowm in was appointed to act
as agent for sail invalid.
The following bills were ordered paid:
It nd dbvrict N . 23 $17 !) ; A. Warner.
-12D 54; Himes & Bacheider. S12 50: J.
Howm-an. S2U; wood for jail. 3; J. M.
Frazer. SIGH 50; J. M. Bacon. 2 50: other
bills to the amount of 5210 70 were order
PitoitviK P.t siNK-s Iii the matter of
T Tvv.iM.f.' Humes, deceased: Mrs. Mary
A. Barnes appointed administratrix. Dan
iel Lee, J. Thoinpkins. and Thos. Bartlett.
In the matter of the estate or Nathaniel
Robins; yearly report approved and liied.
In tbe" matter of the estate of H. is.
Moore; notice of final settlement ordered
In the matter of the estate of Daniel
Triliiuger: notice of final settlement or
Guardianship of George Hawthaway:
petition to sell real estate; citation issued
to next of kin.
Guardianship of Henry Neaves, insane;
final account approved and filed; balance
remaining in Guardian's hands to be paid
to the Secretary of State after disburs
inents are paid.
Radical Coxvkntiox. The Republican
Convention for this county meets in this
city to-morrow to select delegates to the
State Convention, and place in nomina
tion a ticket which the Democrats will de
feat on the 3d of June. Things are nut
working as smooth as the leaders desire,
and a bitter contest is going on among
them. We may anticipate a little " un
pleasantness' Padi.y Inji hkk. Frank Toepleinan, an
employe in the Factory, was very serious
ly injured last Saturday, lie was looking
iip-tho wall to reach bis coat, and not ob
serving where he was stepping, fell into a
hole in the floor, striking as he fell with
his whole weight f n the stomach against
the edge of the floor. He has Fullered
severely, but is now improving. Dr. Ross
is tending on him.
Council Puockkpinos. The Council in
structed the Sticet Committee to change
the contract with Glenon, contractor, in
lilling the culvert, so as to make a two
fojt culvert instead of a four foot one.
The committee appointed to draw ordin
ance lo govern liquor licenses, presented
an ordinance, which was defeated by the
Council. Several hills were passed.
LKCrvnE. Father Win. Harman, Le?
turer for the Good Templars, delivered an
address at the Court House in this city,
last Tuesday evening, to a large audience.
The lecture was. so we are informed, very
interesting, and was received with great
applause. Father Harmon is a good
speaker and will not fail to do good work
in the cause he so zealously advocates.
IIahdwakk. Although Mr. John R.
Foster, corner of Front and Alder streets.
Portland, has but recently resumed the
hardware business, his house has already
gained a wide reputation, lie has a fine
new stock of everything in his line, and
customers can always rely ou getting
goods as cheap as they can be purchased
in the Slate.
Pkofessioxak. Dr. F. Barclay informs
the public thror.gb our columns that he is
still practicing bis profession. The Doc
tor's reputation throughout Oregon as a
successful and compentent physician is
too well established to need recommenda
tion troni us. He is probably the oldest
pioneer physician in Oregon.
Thanks. Senator Kliv rnme,,.
tative Slater hav r n:
J 'i VOCtJ
iment ,uauu lvl I'uuil
vj CT- i-aajXs.iiErSS'- ' "ZX. - "Tr""?!!-- tosass, .. . BX53S '
School Repout. Following is- the re
port of the School Superintendent of this
county; Rev. E. Gerry, for March, 1872 ;
Amount of School Fund report
ed in the Treasury, coin, 1.023 S4
Currency, 300 00
This has been apportioned fo the sev
eral Districts in the county entitled to re
ceive the same, as follows :
Xo. Dis. Xo. Children. Coin.
50 4 4
7 4 70
3 4 80
2 4 90
4.053 8 4
" No. G,
Oreg'n City 380
Total. 212 4
Whole number of children reported. 2.
507. Of these. 83 i;i No. 23 and 48, not
eii'iiled to pub'ic money. All Districts
having had the proper amount of school
to entitle them to the public money have
reported. Of the Nos. of Districts left
blank in this report, some have been in
corporated with other Districts, some have
become so small by losses as to make it
di.'licult to sustain a school ; some might
have sustained a three month's school. Iut
did not through lack of interest. Th"
basis of distribution of the public money
lias been, per scholar. 81 00 coin, and 55
Cents currency. The orders are now ready
for the District Clerks. During the past
year more than the usual amount of money
has been expended in the building and re
pairing of school houses. '1 here has also
been a marked improvement in the quali
fications of candidates applying for certi
ficates, and more general satisfaction with
Quo Fixo TiiEATtiu. The NV.dron
troupe are still drawing crowded houses
at the Oro Fino Theater, Portland, llose
dale, a splendid piece, recently had a run
ot two weeks to large audiences. This is
the best Company that has ever been here
and persons visiting Portland should
not fail to go and see their performance.
Lvnoi-; Mails. We have been receiving
the blockaded mail during the past week.
Ou Saturday last, there were five bags of
mail received here, and it has continued
to come along every day. Yesterday the
Oritlammo's mail was received. Mail ar
rangements have been sadly demoralised
Po"r Kxoiv. We notice that the up
river boats are again neglected. The
time for departure from this place is not
advertised, and we suppose tlu'3' come and
go when they get ready. We regret this on
account of i he people along the river who
have no railroad commuiucaU jn.
Cov.n.iMKNTAKV. We nolico that our
fellow-towns John Fleming. Esq.. has been
elected an honary member of the Oregon
Pioneer Association. Uncle John is a
pioneer, and worthy of the compliment
the Society has conferred upon him.
Elkction ok E.(;iNi:i:it. The election
last Monday for Chief and Assistant En
gineers reseulted in the election of S. I).
Richardson, of No. 2. as Chief, and John
Myers, of No. 1. as Assistant. They will
make good officers.
Rijtcknki). Mr. F.O..McCown returned
home last Friday, in excellent health.
He informs us that his office will hereafter
be open lor business, as he is done going
to the States and tbe Carutber's estate
m.ttier is settled.
Pki:sonai We had the pleasure of a
call yesterday from Mr. Hendricks, of
Wheatland, Yamhill county. He gives us
encouraging accounts of the prospects of
the Democracy in his county.
Jkwki.kiiy. Persons desiring anything
in the jewelry or watch line, should not
fail to give Mr. B.L.Stone. No. 107. Front
street. Portland, a call. He has the best
slock in the State, and sells at reasonable
prices. Give him a call.
Ixkokmatiox Wantko. Chester Wheel
er, formerly of Syracuse, New Y'ork, will
hear something to his advantage by call
ing or sending his address to J. M. Bacon,
post-master at this place.
Rkugiocs Notice. Rev. Mr. Sellwood,
at the regular morning service on Sun
day next, will preach a sermon on the
Apostolic Rite of confirmation.
Dkawn Off. The Senator has been
drawn off on the route from this city to
Portland. The- Cooke leaves here at 7 A
o clock, a. m.. instead of 8. as heretofore.
Lecture To-NiZr. L. Leland is
to deliver a temperance lecture at the
ourt House this evenin
He is highly
spokeD of a speaker.
isEwixo SocjK-rr.-Tbo Ladies' Sewing
Society of the Episcopal Church will meet
!? mr erD0a Bt -"nce
At the residence of Geo. A. ShTnh , -rTTT
land. March 6th, bv Rev. Geo C ChSn'n-
Caleb Brooks, of Wasco contv torlS511
Haadlton, formerly of CancmSk ' Jaas
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 :
V HEAT W bite ,"J4 bushel, $1 0i.
OATS -ft bushel. 75 els.
POTATOES bushel, $1 00 cts.
ONIONS V bushel. 1 00( 1 $0.
FLOUR "j bbl. $5 50Sif 00.
BEANS "White. tl lb.. 4(a 5 cts.
DRIED FRUIT Apples, lh., 5 Gets.
Peaches. lb., Klj'c; PInms, "ft uC 15
10 cts.; Currants. 'r ft... lo20 cts.
BUTTEit lb.. 3o40cts.
EGGS ? dozen. 25 cts.
CHICKENS dozen, $4.
SUGAR Crushed, lb., 20 cfs.;Island
t fl.. 1012i cts.; N. O.. lb.. 15 cts.;
San Francisco refined, fb . I0J cts.
TEA Young Hyson, -j) lb., si 50 ; Ja
pan. r lb., 30e$l 25 ; Black. H lb.. 75c.
COFFEE lb.. 2325 cts.
SALT V lb-, 14 2 4 cts.
SYRUP Heavy Golden, Ijgall., 1 00;
Ex. Heavy Golden. "j-i, gall., SI 25
BACON Hams. 16 cts; Sides.
15 cts. r3 lb.; Shoulders, 11 cts.
LARD B lb., 14 cts.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene, gall
Liiueed oil, raw. gall.. $1
Linseed oil. boiled. tf gall., $1 50.
WOOL "ft lb., 35 cts.
BEEF On foot, 910 cts- ft D.
PORIC On foot. OCfT.lOcts. R.
SHEEP Per head. $2
HIDES Green, j4, ft,.. 5c
15 ct ; Salted. 8c
Pry. IP &..
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Sellvvoo 1, rector. Services on Sunday
at loir a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m.
1st Congregational Church Seats Free
Morning Services, lo.
Sabbath School, 12 o'clo k M.
Evening Services, 7 o'clock.
Rev. E. Okhhy, Acting Pastor
PR AVE It MEET1NOS.
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening, 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church Seats Free.
Morning Services, 10. 3o,
Evening Services 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Morning Servces.
Prayer Meeting Thursday evening 7 co'clck.
SaWbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ranewcr is
a prepara' ion of great merit, and is Rapidly
displacing all others for the hair.
For Couirhs, llronehits and Consumption,
in its earlv stage, uothiug equals Dr.
Pierce's (!dden Medical Discoverv.
For the very bet photographs, go to Brad
ley & Rulofa'ia'.s Gallery withovt STAIRS
ikr ASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, 4.20
Montgomery Street, San Francis -o.
Diseases that progress rapidly to a crisis
are not ihe only ones to be dreaded, (-anker
or dry rot does not blast a tree as suddenly
as a stroke of lightning, hut unless arrested
it destroys it as certainly ; and in like man
ner chronic debility, a'tb uijih it does not
kill with the swiftness" of yellow fever, is :n
s-ure to sap thespiings of lite 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, ematiciation,
deprc.-sion of spirits, and a distaste for ex
ertion, tire its ordinary symptoms, and they
should be promptly met by a tonic treatment.
The best invigoi ant and exhilerant that can
l-e administered in a case of this kind is
llote!tet's Stom.ich Hitters. The stimulat
ingjjrinc'ple of the preparation rouse the
dormat energies of the system, and the
strengthening and regulating properties give
a permanent and healthful impu'se to the
vital forces thus brought h.to pla . The
failing appetite is re-awakened, the proce-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 iioiiri.-hment of
the body undergoes salutary change. By
these means the repair of the physical struct
ure is effected and its health and vigor re
stored. In no class of disea-es has the ben
eficent operation of the Hitters been more
marked and striking th in ii: those charac
ter. zed by general debility and nervous pros
tration. La lies affected with these ail
ments lind in this most wholesome of all
tomes and eorret tnses ihe s;l'et and surest,
means of relief. It is .strong to restore and
powerless t- injure. Such is the uniform
testimony of "cloeds of witnesses-"
WILLIAM DAVIDS OIN7,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
OfUs-', Xo. Ot Front Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
HEAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities. consisting of LoTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES aud
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 CITY
and throughout the STATUS and TERRl
TORIKS, with great care and on the most
HOUSES and STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, ami CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES ami TOWNS in the STATE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
and forward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, ls71.
FALLS E.XCAMPMEXT XO. 4, I. O. .
F. Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each month. Patriarchs in good stand
ing are invited fo attend.
Feb. S, lS72 tf
School Land fJotice.
TOriCEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LIST
1, of Indemnity School Lands was ai
provel by the Secretary" of the Interior, Decem
ber 21st, 1S71, and by him forwarded to the Ex
ecutive Office of Oregon, and is now on file there
in. Said list includes 41,2S'.72 acres of land, em
braced in the Townships following, to-wit :
Township 1, N. II., 2 east ;
Township'l, X. 11.. 4 west ;
Township 2, X. R., 4 west ;
Township 1, S. It., 1 and 4 east ;
Township 1, 8. K., 3 and 4 west ;
Township 2, S. It., 1 and 4 cast ;
Township 2, 8. It., ), 3, and 4 west ;
Township 3, S. It., 4 and 5 west ;
Township 4, S. K., 3 east ;
Towiuhip 4, 8. It., 1, 3, 4 and 5 west ;
Township 5, 8. It., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 aud 6 west ;
Township 0, S. II., 1 east ;
Township (i, 8. K., 1, 2, 3,4, 5 and 7 west ;
Township 7, S. 11., 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 west ;
Township 8, 8. R., 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 west ;
. Township 'X S. It., 1 east ;
Township !), 8. It., 1, 2, 3, and 4 west ;
Township 10, 8. It., 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 west ;
Township 11, S. It., 1, 2,3, 5 and 6 west: '
Township 12, 8. It., 2, 3, 4 and 5 west ;
Township 13, 8. K., 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 west.
All persons claiming School Lands in said
Townships, are requested to come before the
Board of School Land Commissioners and com
plete their payments and receive their deeds.
Claimants having made no paynents, are notified
that the Hoard is ready to receive payments and
notes, and to issue their bonds for deeds.
T. H. CAXX.
Clerk of the Board.
Feb. 2, lS;2:w
Rebecca. Degree loiige So. 2, 1. O. O. F"
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y EVZXIXGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree aie invited lo
Multnomah Lotltfe No. 1, A. F.am!
a A. BJ. Holds its regular c-ommunica
vt'ious on the Firt and 77 wv Satur
Jf d:iy in each month, at 7 o'clock from
' v the otb of September to the 20th of
March, and 7h o'clock from the 2oth of
March to the iJotli of September. Preth
ren in pood standing-are invited to attend.
Dec. 23. Ii7e, ByorJerof V. M.
Oregon Lodge Xo. 3, J. O. or O. K.
Meets every Thursday even
ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Hall, Main s eet.
Members of the Order arc invited to attend
Indigestion is ihe cause of nine-tenths of all
diseases the livinr machine is subject to I Give
tone to the stomach and digestive organs, and vou
will save niore than litdf in your doctor's bills.
Mr. Ili-alefS C-l-lrat-l IX 1. Bitters, are recom
mended hyall physicians to Dyspeptics and for
JILL COMI'LAINT of the LlVEB AND OlGKbTIVS
Ouoans, See advertisement in another column.
The American Slock Journal for Decem
ber, contains engravings of Sacred Cattle,
Iloupua and Game Fowls; also, I'ig and
Poultry Houses, with plans and elevation,
besides some twenty welt written articles
that should be read by every Farmer. Spec
imen Copies will be sent free, by the Pub
lishers, X. P. Hover & Co. Parkesburg, Pa.
J-??"W"e furnish this valuable Joi:rxal
with our paper for 3 a year.-
r. BARCLAY, M. RJ Q. S.
Formerly Surgeon to the Hon. II. 15. Co.
33 Veurs Experience.
rKACTICTXCf I'lIYSKTAX AXD SUHGIIOX,
Main Street, Oregon CiSy,
In (lie mutter of the Estate of Daniel Tiulliiirer
deceased, in the County Court for Clackamas'
Slate of Orecron. '
r?p;ir; adm ix istkatoh of said kstatk
-- having-tiled his accounts and vouchers for
final settlement thereof, it is ordered hy the
Court, that Monday, ihe 1st day of April ls72
he set apart lor said tinal settlement with X. If!
Trullingvr, Administrator, and Elizabeth Triil
liner, Administratrix, of said estate ; and no
tice ie iriven by publication for lour sueeessie
weeks in the Oreai City Enterprise, a newspa
per published in this eountv, this order
March 4, 1572. " J. K. "WAIT,"
Count v J udije.
"VTA ft It EX & FOHBES,
Att'ys foi- Adm'r and Admr'x. nuiSwl
fotico of Fsna! Settlement
In the matter of the Estate of Henry S. Moore,
TtJUW AT THIS DAY COMES JAMES M.
Moore, Administrator of said Estate, bv his
Attorneys Johnson & McCown, and tiled his
tinal report, properly vci ilied, totrr-tlicr with his
vouchers for tinal sell lenient. It is ordered and
adju.leed by the Court that Monday, the 1st day
of April. Is; 2, bo set apart for said tinal settle
ment with said Administrator, and that notice
be given by publishing this order ior tour succes
sive weeks i:i the t irevort iiy Enterprise, a news
pajier published hi this eountv.
J. K. AY A IT,
j T K ) attest,
( '- ( j. m. rit.;'.i;i:,
- t Count v Clerk. muSw-l
th-esou City, Tdareh 4, 187:!.
In tlie County Court lor ( ,'l.tcku;nascounfy, State
of ); eon. " '
A. ME1U, Piaii.til", ) Civil actioti to recover
E. A. ;T1;soX, Deft. )
To rhe above nani'sl Defendant:
y' OU ARE II HE E1JY XOi I i i EI) .VXD RE--
quired to appear in the abue entitled
Court and answer to the complaint of the nlain
tili', iiiod in th" almve entitled action, within ten
days from 1 he dat" of the service of this sum
mons uiin you, if seive.t in Clackamas coun'y ;
aud if served in any other county of this State,
thea within twenty days from such wrviee : and
if served Viy publication, you are no: -tied and re-(piii.-d
to apjioar and an-wer said oniplaiiit on
or lie tore, the 1 -t Monday in Mac, 1S72, tliat be
iui,' the tir.-t day of the next tenii of the Countv
Com t for Clackamas county, Oreiffin, which will
be held next after the expiration of the period
prescribed by the order of .-aid Court, for the pub
lication of this summons; and if vou fail so to
appear and answer, the pi i;nti;I will tnke judg
ment a -ainst you for the s;:in of f'ilii 45, with
leu-al interest fiom Join? 7th, 1 S7 1, and f .r costs
and disbursements of this action; the said action
bcin-' brought ty plaintiff to rerover the afore
said balance due ou book account for merchan
dise sold defendant bv plaintilF. And you are
further notified, that the Hon. .1. K. Wait, Jud-'e
of saia County .'jurt. on the "th day of Febru
ary, 1S72, made an order direeiinir tlie summons
to be served by publication in the Oivjfoa Citv
Enterprise for six successive weeks.
, AVAEHEX & FORRES,
March I, lS72:w(i l'Uf's Att'ys.
chinery and I'laatutr
Mill supplies. Address
M acliinery Depot,
112 California St. San Francisco.
ROM THE UXDKMSI
Canemah, about the
KD, LIVIXCr AT
th inst , a Sorrel
bieh ; six vears
Mare, about fifteen bands
old; small white streak in the loreI:ead, with
saddle marks; shod all around. Any person
returning sad mare or giying information ol
her whereabouts, will be suitably- rewar ed.
WM. H. M RS HAL.
Canemah, Feb. 22, 1672.
SEW HARDWARE STORE,
CORSET FHOST & STARK STS.,
.TOIO K. JPOSTEU
Is now receiving and offers for sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock of
BUILDERS' HA f!D WAR E3
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery,
Mails, Ropes, Shovels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
"Which he invites buyers to call aud examine
before purchasing el-ewhere.
Would invite particular attention of buy
ers of Bu Idcis" Hardware and House Trim
mines, either at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May 2n,lS7l:m3 JOHN It. FOSTER.
MR. A. C. BAILEY'S tONXECTIOX
with the Lincoln Bakery eeasvd by mu
tuel conseiton the 1st of Febiuary. 1572.
Mr. C. O. T. Williams having bought his in
terest, and the business will be continued at
the old stand under the firm name of Wil
liams & Harding, yvho will pav all debts
against and receive all moneys due the late
firm of Bailey Harding. feblSvi
t -m r
A nd eve' y description
Pyf-2?.0o Wood-workirir Ma-
LWIABITAXTS OF THE
'yilE CAUSE OF A CHEAT MANY PIS
J eases, that have been pronounced incur
able by the most eminent physicians, for the
very reason that they overlooked tbe can?,
and as Dr. Van Ieti I'.ergh has made the
Kntozoa a lite long Study, he would inform
tbe sick generally that by close observation
and gre.it cxpei imeuts, has come to the con
clusion that there are more acute and thron-cdii-eises
caused by Worms, Hydatids, An
i naleu'te, or other species of Entozoa. The
public generally, or the profession at large,
are not aware of the number of Patients
who are treated by eminent Physicians, lor
this, that, or such a t omplaiut, without any
rehet. If the disease had been understood,
a few doses of Dr. Y's. Sovereign, Worm
JiemeJy would have immediately cured the
complaint and saved a great mauy lives.
INHABITANTS OF THE HU
What think jou reader, of your body be
ing a planet, inhabited by living races, as
yve inhabit tbe earth? Whatever uia3r be
your thoughts on the subject, it is eveii so.
Your body may be but a home for parasites
that crawl over the surface, burrow beneath
the skin, nestle in its entrails, and riot aud
propagate their kind in every corner ot its
The following is from tbe San- Francisco
Bulletin, of January i:(j'.h, 172. (A recent
Carl Martins rt cently died in Cleveland,
Ohio, from eating meat infected with the
Vva of Tunuen Solium. At the Coroner's
Inque.-t, on Tuesday, (January 2d.) it was
shown that three weeks before Christmas,
Martins purchased a carcass of Pork. Some
of the meet was eaten the same day, and
some v,ras made into sausage. About ten
d.!3's later, some of the sausage was eaten,
and in a sboit time the yvhols family were
taken sick. Martins died on Sunday, Decem
ber ;! 1st, 1S71. Mrs. Martins and her two
children are now very sick, and the fonier is
not likeh to recover. The verdict was in
accordance with the facts. For further par
ticuhii s. sre Cleveland, Ohio, papers of above
date. A Conner's Inquest brought this
fact to light.
Now 1 would ask how many more such
deaths an inquest would bring to light ?
Ponder well, reader, upon this, and thi.k of
itie thousa ids that d;e every year and no
cau-e can be as-igned tor their death. Now
the question that would naturally enter the
minil of the reader, is what shall I de? The
advice of the Dr. would be go to s irae ore
that is competent of treating such com
plaints. And who is more competent than
the one that has made Worms a speciallity.
Tin i as. Yesterday, Dr. J. W. Van 1) u
Betgh exh'bited to us a number ot parasites
which bad been removed from persons af
flicted; there were several d 11. -rent species,
one of" which appears to be entirely unknown
to the lt edical profession. This new taenia
is shaped something like an orange seed,
but perfectly Hat, or lather like a cucumber
seed, with a tail about a quarter of an inch
in lergth. Another was a tape worm 87
feet in length, consisting of t'.GOo joints.
Among medical men theie exists no little
difference of opinion relative totheoiigin
of these tnto.oa. One class of writers be
lieve that these parasites, at least many of
them, originate in the endowment of animal
mokctdi s with vitality from the parent body,
favo -ed by certai.i states of the v tal fores
of that body; the states originating their
oriLii'iatioii ' and promoting their growth
and propagation. That all descriptions of
e itozoa tire met with far more frequently
where animal food is used in gna'est abund
anee, is an indisputable tact, especially
where the food is the flesh of the "unclean
beasts," i h'ch the Jews and Mohammedans
are forbidden to p;:r.ake of. But our inten
tion :s not to w. ie a thesis mi ni this subject:
u e rnlv desire to chronicle the fact that Dr
J. W. Yan Den Ih rgb has found a medicine
a simple vegetable which grows in bund
ai;Ce sn Califern a, which is a dead shot to
;d letrozoa, of whatever de -cript.on, gener
ally accomplishing its object in in m an hour
and a half to six hours. Morning Cull.
Had we the space here, hundreds of testi
monials eotil 1 be produced, testifying to the
truth of the asser: ions that have here been
made, but it would be useless and would
only occupy the reader's lime
follow ng are some of the diseases
that Worms are often mistaken tor.
Dyspepsia, Chronic Affections of the Liver
nndKidi!oys, Consumption, White Swelling,
Palsy, S:t rmatoi rixe i. Diarrhcea, Inconti
nence of Urine, Gravel, Flor Albus, Diabetes,
Dr. V. would advise those ladies troub'ed
with any Irregularities of the Uterus to try
his new r.-tn -dies and get cured.
Dr. Yan Den Bergh's Infallible Worm Syr
up for Children. 1 rice 1. Warranted to
expel the worms. Sent everywhere upon
receipt ot oriee.
Dr. J. Y. Yan Den Bergh's, Hair Tonic
a sinecure to destroy all a:iimalcul;c of the
Hair Follicles, prevent falling out, and pro
moting the Growth of the Hair. Price $1,50;
I!y Consutthij; and Uiiilergains a.
snrri e examination,
The afllicted can learn if their disease is
caused by Worms or not; at all events, Dr.
Yan Den Bergh can tell them from what dis
ease they are suffcrinj.
Consultations mxl Examinations
Fit EE OF CHARGE.
OFFICE ROOMS NOS. 33 & 39,
OVER THE POST OFFICE-
Letters describing the symptoms will be
promptly answered, and persons living at. a
distance will be saved the expense and trou
ble of calling upon the Doctor.
Address, IIt "VT. VAX DES BEUGH,
P. O. BOX 172, SALEM, OREGON.
PottTLAxn, f-b. 10th, 1872.
Dr. J. W. Van Dk.v Bekgii Dear Sir:
Our child, a little girl eight years of age, has
had fits and convulsions fur the last two
years, and we had tried many doctors and
treat)- remedies without much benefit, iu fact
our darling was getting constantly worse
until we beard of your worn syrup through
a friend of ours. We though"; that perhaps
it might !o some good to give it a trial, and
yon cannot imagi ue our surprise when over
"joo worms were expelled with one bo: tie of
your valuable worm syrup, and from this
time on we certainly shall never be without
it so long as there is a possible chance for it
to be had. You aie at liberty to publish
this if vou choose, and mav it do much pood.
Iie'spectlullv vours, ' S. II. OKTUN,
Symptoms of Worns,
Alternate paleness and flushing of the
countenance, dull expression of the eyes,
drow.siness, itching of the nose, a swelled
upper-lip, tongue whitely furred and thickly
speckled with red points, feted breath, an en
hirged abdomen, a partial or general swelling
or pufliugness of the skin, a startling in the
sleep and grinding of the teeth, a sensation
as if something was lodged in the throat, a
gradual wasting of the flesh, sickness of the
stomach, vomiting, a short and dry cough,
appetite sometimes voracious, "at other
times feeble, bowels sometimes costive, oth
er t mea loose, great fretfulness and irratibil
ity of temper, pains iD the stomach aud
bowels, colic, tits, convulsions and palsy.
It the worm syrup is not to be had in
your town, frend orders to the manufact
urer and it will be sent promptly to any ad
dress free of express charges. Direct or
Dr. J. W. VAN DEN BERGH,
P. O. Hoi 172, Salem, Oregon.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE!
Fall and Winter Trade.
AY1NG RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported Styles iu
Ladies' ami Gents'
We will take great pleasure in displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons and
the public geuerally.
We have received from New York a few
pair of the (Mebiated ELPRAT OPERA
BUTTON FRONTS, by which a Lace Shoe
can be turned into a beautiful Button Gaiter
Will take orders for the same at any time.
We have the Best and Latest St3 les in
Misses' and Children's Button Gai ers and
Bilmorals that are imported, but for good
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our own make. We Warrant
them in every respect. x
Seven entirely New Styles of Ladies' and
Misses' RUBBERS. T e Nillson, Congress,
Marie Antoinette, Queen's German, Velvet
Front and Alaska. Light, yiish Durable
and Neat Fitting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. Bring on your feet.
COME AND SEE
OUR CHAMPION BOOT
PR0TZMAN, GIL I AN & CO.,
Cor- Front and Morrison Sts-,
PORTLAND, REG ON.
Dec. 1. 1871:tf
Sa 11 IEj
Will sew everything needed in a family, f om
the heaviest to the lightest laoric.
IT DOES 5IOHE WORK,
SIOItB ICIN'KS OF Tronic,
A."I a KI TE II AVORK,
Than any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewing Machine
within one thousand miles of San Francisco
not working well and giving entire satisfac
tion, if I am informed of it; it will beat
tended to without expense of any kind to the
19 NEW MONTGOMERY STREET,
Grand Hotel Euilding-,
SAW FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
Send for Circulars and simples of the work.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
Feb. 2, 1871:ly
Sew Boot and SSioe Store.
e:tfully call e a
is i-pleiidid sock
ntion of the pub-CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS and. SHOES,
for Ladies' and Gent's wear, just opened,
one door nertb of the Lincoln Bakery, Ore
" All kinds of BOOTS and SHOES kept
constantly on band, at CHEAP RATES, and
onleis taken for the same, to be made in
the latest stvle.at the PACIFIC BOOT and
SHOE MANUFACTORY, Portland, Oregon.
Taken in EXCHANGE AT MARKET Rates.
Oregon City, Nov. 17, 1871.
mi ESTATE EXCHANGE,
GEO. L. CURRY,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE No. H Cartel's Building, corner
of Alder and Front streets.
Feb. 3. W0:tf
WILLBAMS & HARDING,
HAVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
ty of choice
The Bakery will be constantly supplied
BREAD, CR VCK ERS,
CANDIES AND NUTS. .
All of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not sell goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
money to do business.
To the farming trade we wonld say, CASH
for you. produce, and CASH for our goods.
Goods delivered to all parts of the citv.
Feb, 10, l&72:tf
Trees ! Plants !
FLOWEK AXD GARDES SEEOS.
Apple and Crab, 100, 2 to 4 ft., 4; 4 to 6 ft., ?6 00
rear,Std.e.xtra.l vr, Bartlett &e,3 to 4 ft.,doz. 2 M
Seeds, Peaeh, bu.2; Apple, Osasrc, new, bu.,12 00
F. K. PHOENIX," Blooiaiiigton, Illinois,
D f .at- iW
Potatoes, White Peach Ulow.t-ariy iione.ou., -s
f?eedlin;rs. Sett JIaple, l,WK"i,fl; Ash, 3; Elm, 2
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. 15. Ricliardsoii,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMercb.au.
dise and Horses,"
Every Wednesday and Saturday f
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
. AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron
A large assortmentof Groceries andLiqnors
A. B. Richardson, Auctioueer
..... . o"
THE LARGEST AND
FINEST STOCK IB
RICH JEWELRY AND
B. L. STOHSTJE,
WHOLESALE AKI UKTAIL ItlLHIE IX
WATCHES and JEWELRY
Ho-107 Front st- PORTLAND,
"Would invite attention of hia friends a4
tbe public to his Large and Choice Assort
From the most Celebrated Makers of B.
Howard & Co.. Boston ; Apelton it Tracy, P.
S. Bartlett, Wallham, Mass.; Elgin Watches;
Jacot Self-winding "Watches ; English
Watches and others.
Also, the be.-t selected 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 CI1AS.E. JACOT WATCHES.
Fine Jewelry and Solid Silver Ware,
Fancy Articles, suitable for
Silver Watches, of different makers.
Diamond Pins, Ear-rings au Finger-rings.
Gold Chatelain Guards and Watch-chain.
Gold Necklaces, Armlets, Cresses, Locket.
Gold Bieast-ins, Ear-rings, Finier-ringa.
("old Charms and Keys.
California Gold Rings and Bohme' Pat
Moss Agate Setts, Rings and Cuff Button!.
Wedding Rings, made of pure gold, x
pressly for that purpose.
Gold and Silver Thimbles.
Opera and Marine Glasses.
Pebble Spectacles and Eye-glasses.
volid Silver Napkin Rings.
Silver Fruit and Butler Knives.
Solid Sif.er Table and Tea Spoons.
Regulators Stth Thomas Clot kg, Marine
Clocks, Gilt Gallery Clocks, A;c.
All the-above articles sold Cbeapfor Cash,
and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairing
and adjusting of Chronometers, Duplex and
B. L. STONE,
nov24tf 107 Front st. Portland, Oregon.
TO YOUSG MEN f
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 product
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry, will
announce the .
" GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to fill 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, lias sent out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, and many of
whom are now tilling nigh 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. No
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 afforded acquir-
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 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 Entry Rook-Keeping, Commercil
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspon -ence.
. Business Penmanship, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc., combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
GERMAN, ITALIAN. ETC
For foil particulars, call at tbe College Of
flee in Carter's building, come r of Front
and Alder streets, (entrance on Alder) Port
laud, Oregon, or send for cjcular. Address
DeFRANCE & JAMES,
Merch 31. 1871:jl
Savier, LaRoqne & Co.,
Keep constantly on band foi sale
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the sacks.