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JUNE 23. 1S72.
TOWS T AXO lOl-VTY.
l.,.; r..blt ve to """
iron in that vicini. ctnt
of the ores is up - f jn conneCtion
,f metallic iron wllkll CJU,
with the 'I"1'1 j,-r,,0 tht-se on, and the
be mnfa:,,1 . fij!l jbntion, indicates
"brS!i";f -Uhin . he limits of Clacka
, , y all the ele.m-nts of an im
5,,:VS r ; W Mrv. which shouhl findex
S 'r-.luecuon both the maa-
r,-oi-i KTV Sou--We learn that Mrs,.
Proper Las sold her place at Oswego to a
co.npanv of Extern capitalist for the sum
r io ooO Tue same company has also
r, irch ied a water front on the illarnette
Lin the Tualatin Canal Company, on
which thev propose to erect immediately
exh-n-ive "iron works. It is the intention
of the company to have theii new smelt
ing apparatus in opperation within the
next six months. This will cause the de
veioreitienl of an endless mine ol wealth
which bus lieretofo-e been neglected.
Auctions. To morrow will be a day of
auctions. Sheriff Warner proposes to sell
all the real estate in the comity on which
the taxes remain unpaid. Mrs. W. C. Dome-it
will sell some desin-ab'.e honsehld
furniture, sale to take place in the mom
under this office. Mrs. Good. Administra
tiix of the est at s ot D. II. flood. deceased,
will -ell some very desirable property.
At it Ao.u.v. We learn that a couple
of thieves went on board the steamer
Alice last Wednesday night, which is ly
ing near the dry dock in the basin, pre
n'ii'ed a pistol at the head of the watch
man, and told him to get. "lie got." wiih
o;i -tupping to as!c them their business,
and he didn't go back aarain, either. We
were unable to learn whether the thieves
go I anything or isot.
.SkuioI'.-i.v I.vji kki. A Genu in tinned
D. Falh rt, employed at the qnarry on the
Llackamis. was very seiiously injured last
.Saturd 'V. by the falling of the derick
A part of the timbers .-.truck h.ni. break
hiir hi.-, jiw and ma-hi!!g the thigh of one
of his leixs very 1) idly. Dr. Ross was im
!i -dia:e!v called, and the sufferer was do
ing as well us could he expected coiisid
csihg the aa nre of his injuries.
IIaI'I.V l.v.MKt.n. Joseph, son of Capl.
Miller, was very badly injured last Satur
d iv. He was on 'he top f a step-ladder
g I'lierie.g t berries, when the ladder gave
way tr.'in under him. causing hi:u to fall
aeros i'. h;s entire weight snicking on
lomer part oi the stomach. Dr. Barclay
H attending on him. and we ate glad to
be ubie to announce that he is out of dan-g'T-
a; Sim:::: I'ark Ward is
More iunmaly occupied by Dr. Saff.irrans
neatly paired and fitted up lor a drug
tore. lb- expects to be ready to open it
next Tuesday, wi h a complete stock of
new g i.iiU. .'if. Ward is a clever yoiin
man. ti'iders-aads ;he business in which
ht i s e
gin '.and we wi-h him abundant
Ni-.w O ; -Kits.
County oh'wers Ink
-The newly elected
possession next Mon-
day. ("apt. Hedges, the new Shi-riff, we
barn, has tendered the depu'vship to Mr.
C. F. i'.eatie. .No belter appointment and
one which would give more, general salis-
factlOil, coil.d hive iieen m I'le.
..si' N We see ii announced in the
I papers that tin excursion is to
take place next .Sand y from that city to
this dace. g:vtr!jr the excursionist, an op
por'.uuify to see tne (ai.s atel locks. 1 he
ii m; i- to h-ive I'.o.tKtiid at 1 o'clock and
letut ii in tiie evening
1'ko(;!'.;:s:(;. -Work is pi
There are a double
net of hands on day and night. We
have not he ird of any men being ois-
ctnrg ai oee ii
s ticket. There
se thev voted th.e
is a doferep.ee in men.
CoMMi-.M ;:i. - The papers were served
lat Siturd i.v on a portion of the Radical
ca delates. cntes:iiig their right to the
o'Ti;es' whij'i ihey have been f adulant
1 v ilecl ii'-il I'leeieit. We leain that the
co) test win j;obib!y be heard in about
Run. We had a slight shower of rain
last Monday night and Tuesday morning.
It was not enough, yet what there was did
considerable good. We need considera
ble m ire to bring out the late sown spring
CKi.r-.iS i tions. There is to be a Fourth
oof July celebi ath.n at Marshfield. Rev.
Mr. fl-'rry, of i his place, will deliver the
oration. There is also to be one at Oswe
go. Mr. (i 'o Day will deliver the ora
tion, and Miss Ltbby w ill read the Declar
ation of Independence.
CnvNci: o;-' Tim::. Passenger trains will
commence running to Oakland next Mon
day. We ate informed that the schedule
time i. to be changed so that the passen
ger train lea ves each
the tn. lining.
YatVin a i :o . Dr.
the road in
E.lis, ut Portland
came up last Sunday and vaccinated a
large number of the men employed on
the locks, at the expense of the Company.
Dr. B iit'lay has also been ex'enively en
gaged in tSits line during the weeti.
Lkkt. A man named Lane, who has
be,.n keeping the eating department of
Phieaix Hotel for the past two months
took his departure very suddenly last
Snn.liv. leatng behind him a number of
(rr- .luhn Long, who was very severe
ly injured M'tue five weeks ago by a pre
mature explosion on the locks. h;is so tar
recovered as to be able to be around town
L'x.vMlvU'iu.v. l'tie ciossi'ig examina
tioa will take place at the Seminary to
day. There will be a vacation oT about
eight weeks before the commencement of
the next term.
Dkoi.ixki. Tito Cny Council declined
to accept (he invi;ation of the. Committee
of Arrangements at Portland to partici
pv.e in the clebration a a body. -
Skwini; Snciki'v. The Lodies" Sewinfr
Kaciety of the Episcopal Church, will
m.'et next Tuesday afternoon at the resi
dence uf Mrs. 11. L. Kellv.
Rku-uxki!. Hon. D. P. Thompson re
turned home last Saturday from a busi
ness trip east of the mountains.
Mf.f.tw;. RegaLir monthly meeting of
Staoe Line. Messrs. Kamsby & Wright
are running a semi-weeklj hack this
city to Soda Springs, leaving here every
Monday and Friday.
QcAitTEULY Meeting. The- quarterly
meeting of the M. E. Church will be held
in this city July Gth and 7tb. Rev. Win.
Roberts, of Portland will efiiciate.
Arrksteo. A fellow named. Cbauncy
Martin appropriated some goods belong
ing to squaws and left. Ho was arretted
at Salem and brought hack.
A Dance. A grand anniversary ball is
to be given at the residence of Mr J. W.
Caine, Oswego, on the evening of July I.
Another Trouble. The Radi
cal papers have now another ele
phant on their hands in regard the
locks at this place. They have
just learned that the works are
mortgaged. Well what of it.
Suppose they are, as long as they
will be completed in accordance
with the bill passed by the Legisla
Gone. The Portland papers
state that the last small-pox patient
has been discharged, and that no
fears need be entertained of the
disease from that section.
Official. The official returns
for Congressman are published in
to-days paper. It will be seen
that Wilson's majority is less than
he got in Multnomah county.
Following id the official vote of the
State for Congressman :
Couiitie-s Burnett. Wilson
Ibnton ,l;s Co:)
Daker 5 it!
('iackamas 741 741
Coos 271 :',07
Curry 112 1 16
Douglas Hit) )U.
(irant oO'J 3(j j
Jackson .)0t; C.31
bin n 1171) 02S
l-ane sJ:5 ),;t;
Multnomah 118." 2 OS 4
Marion lull) 14o"
I'olk 572 5'JK
fillamook (i8 U'J
Clatsop 180 204
Josephine S1 lot)
Cmatilla ooG 3S3
Cuion oil 403
vV"a-co r,()) 4()8
Washington 'MS 5'.','J
V'arnhili ot;3 (ill)
Totals 12,317 13,103
Wilson's majority .Siti
a Prince of the house
You have heard of
A kirig from eastern bind.
Well, he rushed his foreign hirelings up.
Tl ev vot ai in perjured bands;
Via after voting oirce.
Viiey returneil to the charge anew;
They rod.' a hundred miles or more.
And voted each "precinct through
A man at Spiinutield told me.
V day or two ago.
Thai he had stood by many a poll
His hair was white as snow
And many a vote had cast;
Hut if he should live for a thousand years
That, one would be his last,
ihirbarous hoides sm round the polls
IVuneyaud Tad and Mike.
. blush perchance such doings;
You never saw the like.
');i being asked their business there.
They replied with -a savage shout.
That Hen had sent them there to vote,
And he would see them out."
One crowd began at Yoncolla
And vo'ed to Ivigene -There
side by side with fjeo. E. Cole,
I'heir names are to be seen.
Have not. heard as yet whether
These matters they will test :
Hut of till the votes cast in that crowd.
The niggers' the best.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ur
cicies are selling, in this market :
WHEAT Wuite.r bushel. SUc.
OATS "j-l bushel. 7o cts.
POTATOES bushef. 7o cts.
ONIONS r bushd. SI (HfVf 51 50.
FLOrii r bbl. oorTTiSti Di).
LEANS White. t) lb.. o?oc cts.
DRIED FRUIT Apples. th.,78chs.
Peaches. lb.. lCjc: Plums. lb., lo,
Hi cts.: Currants. -. Ib.. U)fa)20 cts.
PUT l'EIi - E)..U(i)-j5cts.
E(i(JS "r doen. 20 cts.
CHICKENS r dozen. $4.
SUOAR Crushed. lb.. 20 cf?.: Island
V lb.. ioi2i cts.: N. ().. CJ lb.. 13 cts.;
San Francisco refined. lh . 11 cts,
TEA Young Hyson. J) lb.. $1 30 ; Ja
pan. rt !b., ytje'i;i 25 ; Black. fc lb., 75c.
IV,. 51 0.
COFFEE "p It... 2325 cts.
SALT lb.. lk7v,2K cts.
SYRUP Heavy Ooideti. gall.,$l 00 ;
Ex. Heavy (Jolden. "r1 gall.. SI 25
BACON Hams. -fi lb.. 1G cts; Sided,
15 cts. lb.; Shoulders. 11 cts.
LARD "j- lb.. 14 cts.
OIL Dr-voe's Kerosene, gall., 75.
Lineed oil. raw. "pi gall., "si 25 :
Lii-s.-ed oit. t.r.iled. yi gall., $1 237?il 50
.WOO! i P).. 35 cts.
ftEEF ()u foot, 10hH cts. p1; Ib.
PORK On foot. 7(Vcts.
SHEEP Per headTsi 5i)(V,.3 00.
HIDES Green. $2 50)1 ; Dry. lb.,
15 cts : S ilt.-l sc
At the residence f Mr. John 11. Moore in
Oregon City, June 22nd, by Rev. E Cerrv,
Mit. samukl Hood aid Miss Amck Moohk
all oft 1 ickaniiis county, Ore'01.
Kettets reMaadng in the Post Utiice Ore
eon t':ty, J.dy 1, 137 :
Ar.der on. 1 etsr.
Burgess, Isiac W ,
Ch.it Isj -in. C,
C.itupbell. J .hn (2)
Knott, J A,
Cressman, V H,
Davis, Thom is.
Of 1 to. Miss M irv,
Randall. Robei t H,
Lane, Henry Win,
Lasourd. J A.
M at news. Earnest.
McClune. M.irgrct E, McG.ll, Andrew,
Neis u. S E, Oliver. Dauiei,
Ruddock, P.itjirk, Robertson, Roseanna.
Seymore, Wni 15, S'ewart, C,
Walsh, John E, V'illiams & Bums,
If called for please sav advertised.
J M. BACON. P. M.
PALLS EC.MP.Mt;T .0,4 I. O.
K. Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each nvmth. Patrurchs in goad stand
inn are invite! to attend.
Feb. S. lS72-tf
DU. VAX DEX IJEUGII S WORM
Syrup for Cnildren. A. II. Bell.drtig-gi-t
is agent for this invaluable remedy at
Oregon City. Relt A; Johns, agents for the
' maaafact urers, Salem. Oregon.
St-P') .Episcopal) Church the Rex. John
. hellwood, rector. Services on Sunday
8t Axi ,A- "1 and 7 P M UQday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m.
1st Congregational Church Seats Free
Morning Services, " ifJ
Sabbatli School ".V.VlVtVVlock M
Evening Services, . - o'clock;
Kkv. h. f.EKKY, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening, 5 &-cIock
Tuesday evening - 0-clock
M. E. Church Seat3 Frfe
Morning Services, To vo
Evening Ser vices, V.Vio -'clock !
Sa'wbath School at ii o'clock a. m".
L. Olmste.'), Pastor.
Ordinance No. 90.
lie it Ordalm d ami ' Established by the Clt
Council of Oregon City: J
That, there is hereby levied for the rear
17::, a tax of live mills n the dollar oh all
taxable property within the corporate limits
of Oregon City, for corporation purposes.
Also a tax of five mills on the dollar on
said pionerty lor city school pnrpos.es.
Passed the Common Counc I June li7
Approved this 2' th day ,f June ls7'2.
T T, a. nultm-:r!
Attest: L. D:lleu, Mayor.
If you desire rosy cheeks and a complex
fair and tree from Pimples, Retches and
Li upturns, purify your blood by taking lr
Pierce's Golden Sledical DiscoVtry. li, has
uo equal for this purpose.
A Pit lul Condition.
It is a sad thing to pass through life only
half alive. Yet there are thousauds whose
habitual condition is one of languor anj de
bility. They complain of no specific dis
ease ; they suffer no positive pain ; but thev
have no relish lor anything which a fiords
mental or sensuous pleasure. In nine cases
out of ten this state ..f la-s;tudi and torpor
t rises from a mot bid stom ich. Indices: i u
destr.s the energy of both mind and bod v.
When the waste of nature is not supplied
by a due and regular as-iunlation oi the
food, every organ is starved, every function
Xow.wiiat does common sense suggest
under these circumstances of depression 'i
Tile system needs rousing and s ren;theii
ing ; not merely for an hour or t wo, to sink
atlervvard into a more p:t able condition
tha i ever (us it assuredly would do if an
ordinary a!c holic stimulant were resorted
to.'i but radically and permanently.
Ho w is tins desiraole object to" be accom
plished? Toe answer to this question,
louuded on the unvarying experience of a
quarter of a century, is eas ly given. Inluse
new vigor into (he digestive organs by a
course of Jlostetter's Stomcch bitters. Do
not waste time by administering temporary
remedies, but wake the system up by 'recup
erating the foiintain-h aid of physical
strength and energy, the great organ upon
which all the other organs depend' for their
nurture ami support.
by the time that a dozen doses of the
'jr refit vegetable tonic and in vigo. ant have
been taken ihe feeble frame of the dyspep
tic will beiiin to feel i s benign intTietice.
Appetite will be created, and with appeiite
the capacity to digest what it craves. Per
severe until the cure is complete until
healthful blood, fit to be the materia! of
flesh and muscle, bone and nerve and brain,
flows through the channels of circulation,
instead of thr? watery patouluin with whu li
thev have hcrctore been iuipei fecJv nour
The best find most clli -icnt cure known for
dyspepsia and indigestion, is Dr. Henley's
Celebrated IXL Hitters. Try it. Ki ad ad
vertiseinet't in another column. jun7m3
For the very bet photographs, go to brad
ley k Rulofs m's Cal cry wi.hout STAIR.s-.
ascend in thi: elevator,
Montgomery'Street, San FraneioCO.
Messrs. Iviilji'it llrotUt-rx, Whole
sale and Retail Me chants, Canhy Station,
(Oregon, are my authorized agents for tht
sate of" the Infallible Worm Syrup, who will
constantly keep a sunplv on louid.
" DR. J. W. VAN DEN BERG 1 1.
Salem, March T2, IsTi'.tf
Orrgou Lodge .u. 3, I. O. ol" O. V,
-y Meets evrrv 1 hnrsdav even
-Sjs i!"g at 7 oVlock, in Odd Fellow's
11 all, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Ome, Xo. Oi Front ht,
PORTLAND, - . . OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desir-ible
localities. consisting of BuTS, RAbF
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 Corresoondents, in this CITY
and Miro aghout tue STATES and TLRRI
TORIKS, with great cure and on the most
A D V A N TAG EO US T L'R M S.
HOUSES and STORES LE SPD
LOANS N IXitfTI ATED. and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. A -id a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the St ATE. will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
audforward (he same to the above address
Feb. 3, 1S71.
11 tilt noma It Lo'lije Tin. 1, A. F. u
a A. SI. Holds its reixul.irc oinmuniea
vtions on the First and Third Sutur-
'?OI in each month, nt 7 o'clock from
the L'otb uf SejitiMnber to the '2oth of
March, and 7J o'clock from the 2oth of
March to the 2oth ot September. Breth
ren m good standinjr ar invited to attenil.
Dee. -'o.l 7o, ifyorderof W. m!
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, hC.
MRS. VV.C. DEMENT
VTTILL D1SPO-EOF, AT PUBLIC AUC-
ton. on Sill utl; y, .Iioie ,. lS7:i,
;U li o'clock, p. m., in the store room next
door to John Myers sto, e, her entire lot or
furn'.tur , co:isi-tiiiir of
PARLLOR and BED-ROOM SETS,
LO 0 K I N G-C. LASS ES, CH A I R3 ,
DLMNG BOOM & KITCHEN
F U R-N I T U R E, STOVES
ETC. ETC.. ETC.
LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
XJL undevsianed, are requ.srefi to come up
and settle rdd accounts, on or before the first
day of August, as I am in need of funds
Oregon City, June 10th. 1S72. 3t:4t
Cor xtt Treasurer's Office, )
Oiegon City. June n, 17 2.' f
OLACK M AS COUNTY WARRANTS
endorsed for interest prior t March fith,
1S72. will be paid on presentation at the
Treasurer's- Office at Oregon C1T3-.
Inttre-t wid ceasp at this date.
n.52w4 T J. McCARVER, Treasurer.
CABLE SCREW WIRE Boots and Shoes
ate sure to supercede all others because they
are the most pliable durable do not rip or
leak, Try tbeui. All geuuiue goods are
To Stock C rovers.
THE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE
Mountains, known as the u Old Emi
grant Road,' is now in splendid order for
the accommodation of the public. The bridges
on the road have all been thoroughly repair
ed, and stock drovers will tiud it no trouble
to cross the Mountains by this route. There
is plenty of good wafer and grass on both
sides of the Mountains, tnd the distance
across is only 00 niiLs beinor the shortest as
well as the best road over the Cascade Moun
tains. Stock droves and emigrants will find
it to their advantage to travel over this route.
JOSEPH YOUNG. President.
Clackamas county, June 21st, 172.
CH AS. H. GAU FIELD,
COENEU UAIX AXD SEVENTH STUEETS.
OREGON CITY, OK EG ON,
DRY-GOODS & GROCERIES,
CROCKERY and GLASSAWHE.
Also, a full assortment of
HiUiiicr anil Fancy Cecils
Or THE LATEST STYLES,
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Oregon City, June 21st, 1S72. tf
ISlM MASONIC HALL BUILD-
OREGON CITY, - - - OREGON
r-EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale, cheap i-'ou cash,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Bureaus, Lounges, Rocking Chairs, What
nots. Bee steads, Wa-hstatids, Curled
Hair and Pulu Matresses, Pu!u Pil
lows, Spring Bed-, Window
Shades, Pictare Frames,'
Miiuldings, ic, Jv;C.
27"Speciul attention given to Uplio'stt r
work in all its branches. Orders filled with
promptness. Repairing doti- with neatness
and dispatch. Furniture iu;ide to order.
'"Goofl.s delivered to any part of town
free of chaige. Call and examine for your
sclvas. - niAvl7n'y
Gable Screw ire
BOOTS AXD SHOES.
The Best and Cheapest.
13 F.ST ItEMlIDY FOTt
DYS5-IFSIA, i:;riGE5TI0N, EILIOTJSNESSi
LOSS Cr APPETITE AND ISACTiSS 0" THZ UVE3.
Are ncknowleiisro.l to ! tit' 1110-t w l:U-!:oniO
and tliit'i':it a 'i fii.ii " jiini i'lTin (rclnts
ItF.u) I'uvsKiA.Ns i.i.iira .111.5 ou buck of
irt 'U bottle.
Nonn crennine without our Trade Mark blown
o?l tile tiott!"".
To Sftl itl!"r t!:.".n tlio ppmiine irfielo oi:t of
oar bo'tl" i i ( -ri!:iixi:d i:!eni'. and e slill.
when (i -tcctiMi. prostcutc ru Su pu tits to the iud
iXtOUt Oi ttl" I'l W.
11. 1,1'bTEIX A Co.. Sol fro-rip'ors,
SIS front St., S. 1'.
BOOKS AND STATlONEny
IN MYERS' FIRE-PROOF BRICK,
MVIS STUF.F.T, OaiCGON" CiTY. OKKliOJf.
7R0M TIIE UNDEllSl : ). LIVING AT
1 Canemah, about the oth inst , a Sorrel
Mare, ab oit fifteen bands high; six years
old ; small white streak in the forei ead, with
saddle maiks; .-hod all around. Any person
returning sad mare "i1 giving information o'.
her whereabouts, vviU be suit il.lv rewarded
WM. II. MARSHALL.
Caneniah, IVb. 22, l.s72'.
WILLS AFJ3 vGlQER
ia. ii. anvil?
FOR HIE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLINDS AND DOOBS
AND MOULDINGS OT ALL SIZES.
ISV They will also do TURNING, of eyry
lescription to order,
With Neatness and Dispatch
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River. i:i Lewis' shop,
opposite Oregon City Mills.
II KX It V 11 U M B E L.,
Having purchased the r bovc Brewery wish
e toinform the- publi'- th.it he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a Xo. 1 finality of
LAG Kit BEER,
s good ns can be obtained any where in the
Stale. Orders solicited -nd promptly filled.
ARTIES WHO WERE
i. lands in the "Orande Ronde and Sib tz
Reserves." in the State of Oregon, in the
years 1 oo-G, and had to abandon the same
in C")i.?quo!c of slid Reserves having been
selected by the U. S. for the settlement of
the Roirne River Indians, will pbase send
their addresses, for further correspondence,
to II. v. DOWVUVS, Atty, Eos 125
Washington City, D. C.
Rebecca Degree Lottie Xo. Z, . -. O. K
Meet on the Second and Fourth
Of pafih mnrith of 7 1V in ClAA V11b
. ml u viovi, 111 uuh i cnuna
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE!
Fall and Winter Trade.
HAYING RECENTLY FILLED UP OUR
assortment of Imported Styles iu
Ladies' and Gents'
Ye will take great pleasure In displaying
and receiving orders from our patrons "and
the public generally.
We h.ive received from New Yotk a few
pair of the CMebiated ELI'RAT OPERA
BUTTON FRONTS, by which a Lace Shoe
can be turned into a beautiful Rution Gaiter
Will take orders far the same ut any time.
We have the Best and Latest Styles in
Misses' and Children's Button Oai ers aud
B ilinorals tha t are imported, but for go;d
substantial wear there are none that can
come up to our own make. We Warrant
them in every respect.
Seven entirely New Styles of Ladies' and
Misses' RUBBERS. T e Nillson, Congress,
Marie Antoinette, Queen's German, Yelvet
Front aud Alaska. Light, ish Durable
and Neat. Fii ting. Also, a lot of Children's
Rubbers. Bring 011 your feet.
TO WOIS iOIISX.
COME AXD SEE
CUB CHAMPION BOOT!
PROTZEIAN, GILLIHAW & CO.,
Ccr- Fx'ont and Elorrison Sts-,
PORTLAND, REG ON.
Dec. 1. lS71:tf
JUST RECEIVED BY
X 1 1 A V E .1 UST R Kl E 1 V ED A COM PLETE
JL and well-assorted stock of
AU GESTIOEB' l lliMSIIi.VG COOIIS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
Call and examine my stock before purchas
Produce Tdktn iu Excliaiiffe for Goods.
Slain fctittt, Oregon City,
r p n E U N DERSl C. N E D I ) ES I R HS TO PELL
JL bis property in Oregon City will sell
at a barga n, to a pood purchaser. Lot S. in
block o. whereon there is a good Dwelling
House with S room, partly hard finish, bal
ance cloth and paper and the Livery Stable
now occupied !'' Messrs. Wil is A Broughton.
Water pipes laid on the premises, from
Pea-c's water works.
Also -1 town lots in Caneniah, with good
A 'so 2 town lo's in lower end of Oregon
City; also lfjo ofland known as the dona
tion hf.d c!a 1.1 of Wtn. Stone. S miles
southeast of Oregon City, w ith some im
provements, thinly timbered, 110 under
growth, go -d lasting water
i;L. quire at County Clerks office.
J. M. FRAZER.
Oregon Citv. May (lib. 172. v0u2S
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Kain Street, Oregon City-
Titst BILLIARD TAB LI'S in. OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them
T II E B A Ii I S S VP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors an j
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
ALSO, A NO. 1
Ls connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, l72:tf
L I N G 0 L NB A K E R Y.
W1LL1APIS & HARDING,
HAVE JUST OPENED A PULL VARIE
ty of choice
The Rakciy will be constantly supplied
DREAD, CR CKi:i:,
CANDIEs AND NUTS.
All of which will be sold at living ratfs.
Remember that we do not sell goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
money to do business.
To the farming tn:de wc would say, CASH
for you. produce, and CASH for our goods.
Goods delivered to all parts ot the citv.
Feb, 10, lS72:tf
Carriage Manufactory !
Thf undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materia!, and the very
bet of mpchanii's, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Rlacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing neatly, onifklv and cheap
ly done. DAYID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
OME-MAPE CARPET FOR PALE AT
- - - - 1S53!
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City, and the Willamette
YalLy.that i.e is st.Il on haud, and doiu
business on the old motto, that
"A Kimble Six-Pence is better than a.
I have just returned from San Francisco
where I purchased oce of the '
LARGEST aud BEST SELECTED
Stock of Goods
ever before offered in this city; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots & Shoes, Clothing-, Dry Goods,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every
Description, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Gils,
Sash & Doors.Giueens
Chinaware, Stoneware Platedware,
qualities & styles,
Clocks & Watohes La-
dies & Gentlemen's Furn
ishing Goods, Fancy Notions
of every description,Patent Med
icines, Rope, Farming Implements
of all kinds, Carpets. Mattings,
Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, &c.
Of the above list, I can sav my stock is the
MOST COMPLETE ever offered in this mar
ket, and was sleeted with ii eiul cai e for
tbi m;irlvci. All of which 1 now ofl'cr for
sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladies, or any tme else, to
think of going to Portland to'buv goods for
I an. DETERMINED TO SELL CHEAP and
not allow myself to be
IWDEKSOLD I. THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask, is a fair chance and auick pay
ments. Believ ng, as I do, tht nineteen
years' experience in Oregon City enables me
to Know the rcqtrements of the "trade.
Come one and all, and see for yourselves
that the old stand of
THOMAS CHARM AN
cannot be beat in quality or price. It would
be use'ess for me to tell you all the advan
tages I can offer 3 on in the sale of goods, as
every store that advertises does that, and
probably you have been disappointed. All I
wish to say is. come and see and examine
lor yourselves, for I do not wish to make any
mistakes. M3' object is to ttll all my old
frit nils now that I am still alive, and desir
ous to sell goods cheap, for cash, or on such
terms as agreed upon.
Thanking all for the liberal patronage
TIIOS. CHARM AX,
Main street, Oregon City.
"pv7Legal Tenders and Connty Script
take'u at market rates.
"37"";0,C00 lbs wool wanted bv
REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE-
JACOB ST1TZEI., C. C. WAY.
JACOB STITZEL & CO.,
SUCCESSORS' TO STITZEL & "UPTON.,
A N I
Cor. "Pjojit antl 'Wusliingloii Sis.,
PORT L A X D , O R E G ON .
SpccinI attention given to the sale of farm
ing lands and city" property. All cones
pondenci relating to the reeources of Ore
gon will be promptly answered-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of charge to
JACOB STITZEL A CO.
March 1.1, !s72:tf
LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
ItktX STREET, OREGON' CITV, OHEGON.
r I '111'. L.MI i U.N I'. 1 1. I.-
' t , I T . - T 1 T " T . . . 1 r T 1 T . T
"L snectfullv announces to his S. i I O .
fuends and tiie ti ave'ina: public,
that he has re-opencd the above
The proprietor know liow to serve bis
csutomers with Ovstei, Pi's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or ti SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon Cilv, Jar. 27, ISTLtf
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &.C.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kinds bouqht. for which I
pay the highest market price.
If toii desire sroo.l Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, andexamine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mr Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
For which I will pay the Ligheet market
Arril li, l?7Llf
AUCTION AX 1) COMMISSION
A. i. KicIirdsoiif
Corner of Front and. Oak streets, PortlftBsi.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMerchaB
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. B. Richardson, Auctionee
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Par and Bundle Iron
English Square aud Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws ;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G.Iron
A largeassortmentol'Grocerics and Liquor
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneer
'C. W. POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IRON, BRA
i Ellis' COPPER, LEAD PIPE, lllc.
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RU Bit Eli
HOSE, FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS, ZINC. COPPER.
DEASS AND IRON
Also a general cssoi tu.CLt cl licvs
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND . CURING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, "AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STOKE je
HARDWARE AND P.ASKETS, WOODEX.
WARE AND TINWARE, LAXTEKN8.
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
AH of the above articles are for sale t
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 0
C. V. POPE & (O,
1 1 : 1 y I Oregon City Oregon.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
HOOTS & SHOES,
I also keep constantly on Land
SALEM C A S S I M E R E S, FLANNELS.
TWEEDS AND RLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Pi ices, and
will take wool in exchange.
"5?T will also pay the highest prices for
Butter. Eggs, and ail kinds of good country
produce. I will sell as low as any bon
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in gooit)
jftf" Give me a cail and satisfy rourselvep
Jan. 13,1571. tf
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
31 n in Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES,
COFFEE, TEA", SUGAR,
FLOUR AND MEALof all kinds,
PICK LES, SO A I', SALT
CANNED FRUITS ancr' OYSTtRS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
BUTTER, CHEESE and EGGP.
T01JACCO and CIGARS.
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
Ail kinds of country Produce taken n ex
change for goods at the highest market rate..
;7"Goods delivered in the city free of
charire. A fair share of patronage solicited.
March 2;, lb72:tf
3IAI-N STREET, - OKEGOX CITT,
MAM'F.U'TIREU AND I3LP0RTER OF
.S A DDF. I ".', II A UN KSS,
TrHICH HE OFFERS aS CHEAP A3
V can be had in the State, a,t
Wholesale or Retail.
fir warrant ail my g'o Is represented,
Oregon City, April" if, 1S72. n2inf.
Savier, LaRoque & Co.,
fL-Keep constantly on hand foi sale
Midlings, Bran and Chicked Feed, Par ie
srtp.mding feed must furniah the saeks.
Dr. B. R. FREELAND,
T)OOM 2 DEKUM'S BUILDING CORN.
1 er I irst and Washington Sts., Portland.
Nitrous Oxide administered. n23tf.
AVOID QUACKS. A victim of earlr in,
discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decay, &c., having tried in vam
every advertised remedy, has a simple mtni
of felf-cure, which he will tend free to hU
feI5ow-su2ererp. AddreiB J. TJ. BLEVTS
7 Nassau St.. New Yerk " 4
I Sept. 1 :lr
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