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JULY 26. 1S72
TOWX AND COUNTY.
will furnish the Enteuprise from
w until after the Presidential election.
In November, for $1 per subscriber. Ii
clubs of ten we will furnish an extra copy
to tb g'dter P of ,ne c,lib- We no'H
0nr friends will extend the circulation of
the Entkkpimsk and that it will be in ev
rv household in this county from now
until tiie election is over. We propose to
nuke the paper worthy of the support of
11 lovers of Constitutional Liberty, and
nuke a hot fight against the present cor
rnpt Administration. Send ia your suD
criptions at once.
Tkacheks. At the meeting of the
Council last Monday evening. Prof. W.
W. Moreland. of Corvallls. was emploed
s teacher in the Academic Depart meat :
Prof Nicholson, hue of Victoria, for the
Intermediate Department, and Miss Clara
CanhVI.1 for the Primary Messrs. Mote
land and Nicholson are both experienced
teachers, both coming highly recommend
ed, and we leel confident that the Coun
cil h is secured teachers who will do jus
tice to our school interests.
Boy Aiti.Kfli l, t.-i s.uio.i,) a num
ber of our promising youth went down
on the Clackamas and kicked up a dis
turbanc.e in an Indian camp, beating a
pquaw and tearing down her hut. One
oi the young offenders was arrested on
Monday and taken before Justice Burns,
who found htm guilty of the charge arid
ined him $5 and costs, amounting to $.1
We forbear giving the name or the young
chap this time, but it ihis thing is again
repeated we will have no sympathy for
hi Mitt en and let the people know who
tie; tffutier is.
f. C. '- C If the author of a commu-
n,Vi!in signed as abotewill fend in his
rr her name, we will publish the article
ith pleasure. It is so inln-eslim, that we
are almos, .... .,, t() J
no. pubiish.ng anvil,!,,- wi-h-ut Itje au
thors name and give the document t ,e
world. The writer can rest assured that
if he or she will give us the name, it shall
PosTi'oNEo. Iii coi eequence of Judge
Upton being engaged in a jury trial at
Portland, the contest in this county was
postponed until next Monday, when we
are assured the matter will come to a
h-aring. We notice that the 'Wrestling
Jo -" case is, over lor rhe present, and we
presume there will W tin doubt but that
the contest will come off next Monday.
Tttuu) Stkkkt Stoke. We call the at
tention of -.r readers to the advertise
ment of Mr John Wilson. Portland, in this
is-ne. Mr. W. is a gentleman who can be
rrlied upon and we recommend him to
our readers who go to Portland to do
Fatal Accioent. A man named John
Welch, employed at the quarry on the
Chickamas. was seriously indued last Fri
d vy trout the effects of which he died on
Monday. He" "was engaged in getting out
rock, when a large stone save wav. roll
ing over him breaking his leg and bad
ly injuring him otherwise.
Chinamk.w Superintendent Smith on
the Lurks, firing unable to secure enough
white men to complete the wotk as pto-vM-d
by law. added to the former rorce
CD Chinamen. last Monday. He is deter
mined to complete the woik and proposes
ti put on the force necessiry.
Lahcknt. A man named Gray, was ar
res!ed last Tuesday on a charge of steal,
in some money from Mr. Hoiden. of Ihe
Cliff Ilon.-e. He W;1S examined before
Recorder DilW and discharged, there
bemir no evidence that he was the frailly
I'KitsoVAi. We 1!?11 a call from our
old and esteemed friend . Squire Bonnet,
of Columbia county, :lst Tuesday. The
ol gemiei-in looks well and hearty, and
in rmhu-i isiic for Greeley and Brown.
Sr-.iKE to R?..t.--Ih ano'her column
wili he round an advertisement for a store
- to rent in this county, at a good country
trudin.u pot-t. Persons ".esiT-tncr fii rr., inf.-.
..'isiness Km rto w.j k) lniujrt.
tioa to this pcint.
v.. .: ,. . . . r '
LiUMu. The name of the person drown
"I in the Clackamas, which we noticed
li-t week, should have been James Grimm,
bi' eid of J .m's Graham. The latter js
'U alive and !oilur xv,.l. amj vvy h.lVe
S 'tue hope he will vote lor Greeley.
Whitewashed. -Dave CaufiVId has g'v-
m the inside ol the Court House, a couple
of coats or 'white-wash, which makes it
'""k T'i'e while and clean. It has need
ed n lor some time.
Oi.n Coin While the workmen were
ncHaed in taking np the floor of the
t-tilding adjoining ihe Shades' raloon.
on-of ihe,n found a half dollar of 1S0R.
I'd- u an o!, pioneer, and had probably
ween lotit !wre vears ao.
C.ni..-Mr Geo. Haas, of the Shade'
dooa.hus taken up the tioor in the build
"g adjoining his saloon, erected an aibor
and fix.-d things so that it has a very cool
ppearaiu:e for a summer resort.
euktahi.es. We a.e under obliga
tion to Joseph Yon Bloney and M. Hat ton
for a fine lot of fresh vegetables. Such
favors are appreciated.
liKTi uvKO. Mr. Justin Chenowotb who
'us teen surveying over in the Kalama
coiiMtry during the past four months, re
turned here last Friday.
Died. Jacob Eagle, the mm who kill
ed Jesse V. Boone, in this county, and
wa et the Penitentiary for lite, died in
ta.t institution ast week.
Painted The Bainum Saloon building
has been newly painted recently end pre
sents a very neat appearance.
Sewixo Societv. The Sewing Soc'ety
of the Episcopal Church meets next Tues-J'-iy
at the residence of Mrs. R Smith.
Dry IIoi-.se. Messrs. J D. Biles & Co..
hive erected a new dry house for their
iMPuoiiM; Painting and other im
f rovemenu a;v going on about town.
fccAii. e. Locals this week are rather
ti.i. Named. A Vinri,,!,
nates General Dent "High Custodian of
l"e Card-Basket and K"eeonr ,.r t,, r t
'I HE BIBLE IX THE .N. Y. SCHOOLS. The
Christian Union. (Beecher's paper.) has
the following remarks: "The series of
troublea at Long Island City about the
reading of the bible in the public schools
has finally brought a decision from the
State Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion. He lays it down as the established
principle in this State, that public school
teachers have no right to compel attend
ance upon any religious exercises. They
may holt' such exercises in connection
with the school but the attendance is to
be voluntary, or at the discretion of nr.
ents or guatdians. That this is the exist
ing taw. ."Miper.inteneent Weaver very
Clearly shows. That the law is a just one
seems to us -unquestionable. It is utterly
inconsistent wnh all principles of liberty
mat itie state should force Ihe leadinir of
a I'r.M.., :i I -
. .w.,.,,,, ,uif upnj i;8 catholic citi
zens, or any form of" religious opinion np.
on adherents of another belief. The in
justice of such a course is only equalled
by the folly of expecting any gain to re
ligion from forcing the Bible Up0u un
It is very safe to sav that if th no.Tr.r.
were left to 'he school teachers themselves
iiiey would declare against reading the
Bible in a school us a useless formality,
conveying no appreciable instruction to'
A Plain- Description-. There have been
many attempts made to correctly portray
the foul outlines which will be permanent
ly marked upon the pages of the history of
our country, by the villainous acts ol
Gr.tnt and his advisers. But none, we
think, of all the essaying artists more cor
rectly depicts ihem than the Citizen when
it. declares "the vile Administration of
Presid.-nt Grant, diseased and foul in all
its branches, impure from the present tak
ing head in the "White House to the black
in ill levying tail in Ihe Custom House, is
now on trial before the people. wuh certain
condemnation staring ii. in ihe lace.
" The cot ru pi ions of New York are for
gotten bedde the corruptions of ihe Na
tional Government : the'thelt of thousands
sinks into insignificance beside the rob
bery of millions.
"The cry of Reform has swelled and
gathered streoth iiniil it is shaking to its
111 the throne on which the master of Ihe
nation would btii.d his possessions of
I n vs! iovi t ion h:is
Oeen ordered, and all have proved the
truth of most of i;e charges, and all hail
to be suppressed, us far as possible, in tile
cause of the dominant party.
Peculation, dishonesty, infamy, black
mail, are found everu here growing ranktv
under the head of unlimited nepotism and
open bribery. "?
Foreign and Domes ric Relations.
Nothing could more clearly show the
straits to which the (Jrantites are driven,
remarks the Sun, than their boast of Un
successful manner in which their chief
has settled our long-standing troubles
wi:h England. They affect to believe
that the decision of the Geneva arbitra
tors has preserved the national honor,
whi'e at 'his very hour Great Britain is
ringing with cheers a, what her people
appropriately cull the great American
The whole world knows that under
Grant's adnimis'raiiou the United States
have been compelled lo humble them
selves before England. But, what do
some id' our agenis and counsel at Gene
va care for all this so long as they can se
cure the payment of the direct Alabama
claims not one cent of which will ever
go into the Uni.ed Slates Tretsury.bin in
which the agens anil counsel refereu to
have a large pecuniary interest.
No. it is not ihe successful m m igornem
of our foreign relations for which Grain's
admiuisitation will be longest remember
ed, (nit .'or the munificent, style in which
it has provided for ihe President's domes
A Historic Belle. That very ridicu
Ions uimdescript known as Mis. Dr. Mary
Walker was veiy much enraged some
time since because the United States Com
missioner ol Patents would not pel mil her
to place the military costume she wore
during the war in the glass cabinet con
mining tha garments of Washington and
Lincoln. The c'nihes were labeled.
Worn by Mrs. Dr. Mary Walker duruig
the war." and were to have been kept as
a historic relic for the inspection of In
lure genet a'ions--which reminds an ex
change ol a little anecdote: An Irishman
was once walking along a hot dusty turn
pike road. A wagon, slowly lumbering
along, overtook him. Will yi-z carrv me
coai?" said he lo ihe driver. Certainly.
Certainly; but what will jun do?'' "Sure,
an l"ll reni.iiu inside it. yr honor."
Could not Mrs. Mary Walker be persuad
ed lo be as accomodating as this Irish
man? If she would only consent to re
main inside of her military costume.'7
and be cased up with it. it would be a
good riddance lo allow hT lo Ii ive her
own wav. and be "a historic relic."'
Uxdek Which Kix; ? Xo doubt a large
part of ihe stock in trade of Republicans
in ihe pending canvass, says the Yreka
Union, will cousist in fighting the war
over again, and charging that to elect
Greeley will be to resuscitate Ihe "Lost
Cause' and restore lo the "rebels" in the
Cabinet, what they lost la the field. But
such statements as ihe annexed, which we
ciip from an exchange, should neutralize
and rentier perfectly harmless, all Urn
kind of cheap rhetorical thunder:
-General Bragg, late of ihe Confeder
al army, is shouting Ihe battle cry of
G reeley ."'
"General Meshy, late of the Confeder
ate army, is shunting the battle cry ol
Honors are eay? Shuffle the cards
again, and give us a new deal I
Tkoiiu.ei). The Grant party seems to
be troubled about Mr. Greeley's past cet.
sure of the Democrats more thn any one
else. The Alexa: dria (Va.) G-tzctte du
el ares th-t the Democrats do not enter in
to a defense of Ideas formerly expressed
but support Mr. Greeley because he is
opposed to the course and policy of the
piesent Administration, and stands upon
the reform principles of the Circinnati
platform. "These. " it adds "are sufficient
reasons to justify the course of the Demo
crats, and to excite their energy. They
are looking to the future good and to the
oesi mieresis oi tneir country for the ef i
fort in behalf of peace, harmony ami !
prosperity, which impels them to unite in I
bringing about the election of Mr Gree-
The San Francisco I'vst says: "Fight
ing Joe Hooker'' has been stopping at
San Jose for the past week, and bis health
is improving, lie says nothing against
President Grant as a military man, but he
does say that as a civilian he is not fit to
1 . 1 1 1 - , r- .
be reelected President of the UnPed
States and therefore he is going for Gree-
Response to Greeley's NtmiwTmv
from South Caeomxjl-The Xtws says :
Honestly and frankly we declare our
pinion that in the action of the. Balti
more Convention yesterday, is the ieme
dy for every public trouble, and the be
ginning or an era of unity of thought and
purpose for these thirty "millions of peo
ple. It was at Baltimore the divisions
which provoked secession were establish
ed, and i is fitting that the same citv
should witness the shaking of hands which
marks the end of ihe hated and e.rs of
The Courier say the enthusiasm for
Greeley came first from the South and
at the South he will receive a support so
earnest and enthusiastic as will emulate
his warmest friends Xorth
Richit Xow. Thfc Milwaukee Xeics
says : "The whole question of Greeley and
his past record, or Grant and his past rec
ord, and whether Greeley i3 better than
Grant, is illustrated by their recent posi
tions on the Ku Klux law. It is very
true that Greeley sustained it when it was
first enacted at the demand of Grant.
Just as Congress was adjourning. Grant
demanded that it should be re-en acted,
but Greeley denounced it said let it die
and let civil law resume its swav. The
man that is ri-ht now is the man" for Un
people of this country to place ia the
Tueik O.M.r Hoi-E The only hope for
the re election of Grant rests on the hope
that Democrats will not vote for Greeley
says the San Jose Atyit. Well, let the
G ran tiles live in hope till November, ami
lie in despair. The Democracy will al
most en masse support Greeley. It is true
that a few now leel like not doing so. bur
reflection will convince them that the
good of the conn ry it quires them to make
a sacrifice of their personal objections,
and they will not do it. This is no time
for neutrality, and certainly no Democrat
can vote for Grant who lias trampled up
on Ihe most sacred right guaranteed nir
people the right oi the writ of habeaus
corpus for the sake of retaining power
in hi own h inds.
The Cincinnati Enquirer speaks in thi
way of two of the many recent iecruits to
the lielorm ranks : "The reappearance
of two of our old Democratic leaders ui
the Cleveland Convention two of th
ablest ami strongest men in the Stale,
who have not been in the Democratic
councils fur ytnu-sw-jus a jj, fn-;dence
of our approaching victory . We allude
to Henry IV Payne of Cleveland and to
Gen J. B. Sieedm an. the hero who saved
the day at the battle of Chickamauga
The events of the war estranged them
Irom the party, but. they are for Greeley
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the trices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
cicles are selling, in this market :
WHEAT Whiie.'V bushel. 8Uc.
OATS bushel. 7o cts.
POTATOES "p! bushel. ;().7.r cts.
OXIOXS ) bushel. SI !)!(., ii ou.
I'LOL'R-r! bbl. ." iiilVih ml.
BEAXS While. I) lb
Dil ED FRUIT -Apples. lb . C(a;,7 c's.
Peaches. lb.. lliuV-lrie: l'iums.Mb..
'20 cts.: Currants. i. ib.. l(7hz els.
BUTTER --(A lb.. oof:Jots.
EGGS dozen. 2f c:s.
CHICK EXS "i. dozen. $2 oOf.7,:5 00.
SUGAR Crushed. T- lb.. cs'.; Island
ft).. UO'Wlh crs X." ).. A lb 1.". ,-t
San Francisco refined. ) lb. 11 cts.
TEA Young Hyson. fJ lb.. 31 ."); Ja
pan, tb., l)0c3l 25 ; Ulack ci lb., 75c.
05 1 0').
COFFEE r If,.. 2:m 2. els.
SALT H lb.. i;cu
SYRUP Heavy Golden, "p)gs!l..$l 00 :
i:.v. Heavy (ioiden. gall., tfi t
BACON Hams. t! Ib.. IH cts; Sides
15 cts. It..: Shouldeis. 12 cts
LARD - lb. Deis.
()1L Devoe's lerosene, call.. To.
Lineed oil. raw. trail., s; I ?.-
Linseed oil. boiled. i ..all ;S 1
WOOI Ib.. yr els.
BEEF Ou foot. Cf'0.7 cts ri lb.
PORK On foot. 76 cts
SHEEP Per head. 5iif
lHUiv-i Green. .2 50
)-ii)l ; Dry.
15 ct ; Sailed. )Sc
AOE.VTS FOR TIIK iC.TK;tIKISK.
The fullowing per-ons are authorized to
act as agents for the Enterprise :
Geo. 1'. Howell & Cc, lo Park Ii-iw. New
Cue Wetherill .t Co., i'.07 Chestnut street,
Abbott Ac Co., No. S2 A St Nassau street,
I'oitland, Oregon L. Sanm. 1.
San Francisco! Thomas Bo ce
rsau Francisco, L. p. Fisher.
St Helens, C dumb: county, .... S. A Mil. s
Astoria, C;laTs p .-ounty. . . .'. .A. Van Dusen!
Lafav. tte Yamhill county...!. L. Fnruu-en
D.illas. Polk county .....Have Holm. -a
Co: vallis .i. s. I'idmeV
C.ii-'tn City W. b. LaswiH"
f)a!l 'S, Wasro covnty N. Il.Cate
La Orande, Uni n cottn'y A. C "ra e
Pendleton, I matiiia countv. . . . S V.Knox'
Eugene City '.J. M. Thompson."
CL .CKAMAS fOfXTY.
Beaver Creek C. F. IJeafie.
Eagle Cicek trank V. Fos.t. r.
Cascad s lb nt v McfJuin.
Lower Molal a W. Moreland.
Canbv J W. Strawser.
Ujipei M'dalli V II. Vauu'han.
Ilardiug s Z. C. Norton.
Cuttings' I). Wruht.
If you feel dull, drowsv, debilitate 1, (V s
poud -nt, have frequent headache, mouth
testes badly in morning, ii r. gnl ;r appet te
and tongue coated, you are sulll-ring tiom
'I'orpiil Liver or "BiUiitxiiss.'" In ma: y
ca cs of "Liver Complaint" only a part of
tle-e sympt ms ;;re ext-rienred. Asa rem
edy for all such c iscs. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Disi overy has no equal, as it elhcts
pcrfot t cures, leaving the liver sttcit-tliened
and healthy. Sold by all tirst-ciass drug
Kcbecea Degree Kodge .o. S, O. O. V.
(O Meet on the Second and Fourth
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in O ld Fellows
Half. Members of the Degree ai e inv. ted to
FALLS EM'AMP.UEXT SO. 4,1 . O.
r. Meets at Odd Fellows Hall on 1 e
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each m .nth. Patrurchsj in good staud
iiiil ate iiivtted to aiteud.
Ve!.. s. lS72-tf
-iH UODIil It lilllLf 1. A. I'. U1I i
a A. ."!. Jlohls its reirular c mmuirea
.vAtions on the first ami I'hir.l S,itur
'r't!l in each month, ;tt 7 o'clock from
ihe 2oth of September to the 2:Uh of
March, and 7S o'clock from the 2!,th of
March to the 2oth of September. Brcth
rcn oi good standing are invited to attend.
D 'f.':;.! S7t, ISy order ot W. M.
Ongou L.oi o. 3, I. O. or O. F.
Meets every Thnrsday even
nfx&?& ng at " oV.lock. in Odd Fellow's
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By ortler. t.
F-.r the very bet photographs, go to Brad
ley &. Rulofs .ri's Gal'ery wi bout STAIRS -
ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 429
J-uout ornery Street. San Francisco.
,v, OU wau 'e bs"t Shoe ever made.
In Clackam ts county, Ju'y 21, IS72, ilarv
wile of O. Ilenseu aged 63 years. '
Da. O. V. Gurlev, who hud been aSicted
with consumption for several year., died
from an attack of paralysis at h s residence,
on M dalla, about tea milts 3,uth of Orrgoa
Citv. July 8th, 172.
The DocUr was a native of Roots Town.
Portage comity, Ohio, where he grad ia'ed as
physician and practiced for several years.
He was highly 1 expected by all who kuew
Ohio and Iowa papers please copy.
Iltl 'irious Services.
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
V. SeilwooJ, rector. Services on Sunday
at lt4 a.m. and 7 f.a. buuday School
and BiUe class at 2 e. m.
1st Consregational Charch.
Siijbatti Scln ol,
..12 o'clock M.
Khv. K. (ItHKT, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tueaday evening 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church,
Morning Sei vices,
Evening Set vices,
i i o ( lock.
Sabbath School at t'V o'clock a. m
L. Olmsted, Pastor
11. V.W DK. HEUGirs WORM
Svrup for Citildreit' A. 11. B. 11, druir-
uist is aireut for t!iis invaluable remedv at
Oregon t'ity. Belt Johns, agents lor the
miiuaiacturers, Sa'en;, Oregon.
The best ami most eiii ientenre known for
dvspepsia ami indiaesti ai, is Dr. Henley's
Celebrated 1 X L lbtteis. Try it. R. a 1 ad
vei tisement in another colanui. jimTuiJ
The hot solar rays that ripen the harvests
generate many distr.-SMng di.-eases. If t lie
over be at all predisposed t irregular it I
tids is the season iu wh.ch billious attacks
may be anticipated. A weak stomach, too,
.s weakest in te s unmer nuaiths, ami the
loss ol vitality through the pores by exces
sive perspiration is so great, tliat a whole
some tou;c, combining also the proper: les
of a d.u'usive i-tinin'ei.t and gentle eihilar
ant, is in nany crses nect-ssiary to health,
and under no circumstances should be dis
pensed with by ihe sit kl v and di-liilitatv'tl.
Ot ail the ptt para' ion intend, d thus to re
f. esh. -ust tin, an : t'u'tify the hama i frame,
tl, ere is none that wjil comptre with Hos-
. . . . , i . .3 . . ..ui.:. ..... ,
leier s v. uraieu .louiaea uiio rs iney liavt
be. n w ihcvl in tiie b.t'.a .ce o experience
and not 1 umi wanting; liave been ieco:n
niei d -d from the tirst as a ;;reit mediciaal
spe.-ilic, not as a beverage, and in spite oi
interested op osition 1". om iiiuuineraole
quarters stand, alter a twenty e.ns tii.l,
a t'.e head of all -p.-npi irtary medicines in
tended for the prevention and t ine oi all or
diuary complaints ol the stomach, the liver,
the b iwels, iimi tiie ..erv s. In ihe u ibealth;
tli-tri ts oorderinu: t!.e g-eat rivers of t ali
toruia. Host t tr'.s Stomach Bitte s may he
clisseil as the standard one lor every species
.I" iiil.M iniiteut or remittent fevwr. Tne jieo
p e who m'.ab t those di-tiiets, place the
most implicit con!icVnc iu tiie preparation
a c tulidi': ce ib ir is iucteas. d eve.y year
by the r. salts of its oj)e.at.on.
s bitters, so called, of tiie rr.ost perni
cioa chaiac'er, are springing np l.ke uu.gi
on every side, th p blic is hereby forewarn
til ajfa list tne dram-sliop fraiio-. Ask for
I!otette, '.s Litter-, see that the label . etc ,
are correct, and renicmot r that the gf? nine
ii tide is never sold in bulk, but iu bolt.es
REAL U STATE DEALER.
ti:tie-, u. 04: Krojit :-tivt t,
PORTLAND, - - - OUFCON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITV and
i:SriMliILAl), in the m.-.st d sirabb
localities coni-tinr of LuTS, HALr
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
STOiiES ; also
IMPROVED FARMS, ami valuable
uncnkivuied LANDS, located in ALL ttarts
of the STATE for s-ALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Propertv
juirchasetl for t 'on esnomlents. in t'nis (MT
and Miro igliout. t ,e STATES and TEKRI
TOUIl'S. With urea- . are and on the most
V O V A N T A ( 1 E O U S TERMS.
IIOCSK-; onfi STORES LEVIED
LOANS N ioTlATEl). an. I PL VIMS OF
ALL DESCRiriTONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. A d a (Je. eral FI X ANCIAL and
AGENCY' BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in ail the
CITIES and TOWNS in the Si A IE. will re
ceiye desc rijiti.e a ot FARM PROPEUTV
andjforward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 1371.
NEW J 003. !
Ol THIRD SIR
ISttvvcen Altlcr ami Jlnrib,,,, Streets.
I w it Lawn,
Fine Irt.U iio-mm
Tali e and Loom
I: ma s ,
Iin ii a lid ro:to:i
Hon lk. r: li; f.
Tot lis and fras.lt,
Illarlv Drc s Si!U
15 la i-It i0.,'
HlaeU Alp ica.
!"Uiiiing oo d?,
i .oofs and .Sine.
A L. trg. Slorr, a.3xS:; .-ol Rttsi n rs
st ind, in which a prosperous business h is
been cond eietl for over two cars. Re it
Low. Applr to
J OHX WILSON,
TH1UU ST., SOUTH Oi VLOEK,
PORTLAND. O ;EG0N.
- to ro to Rent.
rPHE STORE HOUsE FORM ERLY OCCU
JL pied by Kafka, on Eoerv Creek. 1-j miles
fiom A.irora sitnat-d at a line point for
Conntty trading ios ; cm be hid on vei v
leas .liable terms. T is is a tie iri.bly ponir
f r a man with sinad catnt d to go in o busi
Empire f JOHNSON & McCWN,
juiy2'itf.j Oreg'J CMy. Oregon.
In the Comity court of Cluckuiaas cotm'y,
State ot Ore.:t)ii.
JACOB VVUUTMAN", TlaintiJ.
X. NLWELL, lefeiulant.
riO X. TIIK ABOVE NAMED
defendant lu the name oi the State ot Ure
pn you are hereby re.p:irelto aprx- ir an 1 an
swer the complaint li!.-d against yo i in said
Court iu the a oove fcnritfixl .lotion v. ii Liu ten lays
alter the service t J' tins summons upon yon, if
berve.l ill Clackamas county, or twenty days if
served iu any other county in said State, and un
less you so appear an 1 answer said complaint in
said term or on or before the 1st day oi the term
of said Court comtueiicintr next at'-er tiie exttira- j
tioa of sbi veek.i trotn the pabbe.ttioa ot' this j
summons, to-wit : on .uou lav, tiie J.n l Ouy or
Sciueiaher, b72. the rilaiutiti' will tak- a j
Eueut araio.sr vnu f..j- tli. sum of IS 4i an l inf.
est thereon siuoe the lltn day of May. 1-S72, also I
for costs an 1 disbtirseiuenta of this ae'ioa. )
I'at'ilshe I by order of lion. J. K. Wait, Judge
of sail Court. JOJSON & .Uet:0V',
Patcl 2tH J-il. p.r;, Art've for pl'i?
THE ENTIRE STLENDID STOCK Oi
BOOT AilD SHOE HOUSE!
W'i'A be closed out imoiediitelv AT COST.
Those indebted to the Crui will please call
PROTZnArJ, GILLIHAN Ec CO.,
Cor- Front and Llorrison Sts-,
July 10, ISTlttt'
LOUISSAAL, - - - Proprietor.
IVOLLD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to the the cit z-t a f Oregon City aud vi
cinity, that I have just opened an
It l'-CIIEA"! & t'OSPECTIOXAUY
establi-hnietd in the building formerly occu
pied by L. Uil.er, corner of Fourth aud
Ma n streets.
The AiHr Sotlu 1 ii tu in will be in
operation to supply the demands of tie- thirs
ty. I manufacture all my oivi stock, conse
quently they are rtiiH and fresh.
A share of public patronage is respect ful'y
MASONIC HALL BUILIb
- - OREGON.
TEI-PS CONSTANTLY" ON HAND AND
-IV .or sale, cu :ap kok cash ,
and KITCHEN FURNITUP.F,
Lounges, Locking Chairs, What
nots, IL'i steals, Wahstands. Curled
Hair and Pulu Matresses. l'uhi Pil
Slnuies. Pictare Frames,
-Mouldings, Ac, &c.
'""Six-cial attenti ui given to Upho'strx
work in ull its I. ranches. Orders tilled with
promptness. Repair wiz done with neattn ss
an ! dispatch. Fnrn tore 'a id ' to ortler.
t'Goo. Is delivered to any paitol town
!ree of chaigc. Call and examine for your
s I vas. may I7i-'J
Or. O- R- FS15ELAI3D,
F? ?.S T S Q
f -1 - t
TOOM OKKl'M'S TUIlLDrNC.. CORN
It er First and Was!,i nu ton St-., Portland.
.Nitrous Oxide aduimisteif d. n2:;tr.
BEST REMEDY FOR
DYS?JF3IA, I:;DIGE3TI0N, EILIOUSIIESSi
IQiS CF A.PtT;Tt AND IHACTiCN Q' THE LlVtf?.
Are acknowledged to lie tim iiiost wholesome
and elhoirr.t ot 'I onics . 'nil Kpcih erativt s
REA1 i'U XrICIANo' Ci-lii il iCA Tis ou duck of
each loi lie.
None iri'imino ithout our Trade Mark blown
oti thi"1 hot;
T. sell otlif.r tlmn ti p fprnino nrticlo out of
n-ir bottle? is ,i ci 'ii:iii.d otl' nsc. .ind we sli 1!.
when d Tccte... jirostcute sucii pi t.ts to the lu.l
iileat oi t!f. I i'.t.
11 LVSTEIS i Co.. Snl,. Trnt r.ptAr,.
518 Front St.. S. t-'.
30DKS AND STATIONERY
IN MYERS' FIRE-PRO OF BRICK,
M IV STItEKT, OP.EOOX CITT, OREGON.
EOJl HIE 3IA.X CEACTOLY OE
SAStl, BLINDS AH3 CCOHS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
-a- Thej- will :tlso do TURNING, of cvry
lescription to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on th- River, in Lewis' shop.
on;ios te )r.-iron Citv Mills.
PARTIES WHO WEIil" OCCUPYING
I. la nls in t;ie "Grande R ntie ,in 1 Sih-tz
Reserves, " in the S ate ot Ortjjon, in h.
years h.Vi-Vi, and had to aba ol u the same
n c 'iHn 'i c of s i (1 Reserves h tvinu '-ecu
s.-lected by t-.-.e V. s. f.r the .set'leirient of
the llojie River Indian-, will iI -use cnd
their ad Iresses. for further corresnonden e
to . W. IMtVVIlx, Atfy. liox lfJ.'
Wtishi tyfiun City, I). C.
In the Co-mty CVirt of Clockam.w county, State
JN" TilK MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
. 'J in -I" 'a:nni j;i. A p;' irjon having benm
lueit.y .. .j. .u."..unrnon, a lmin'
mo:i, a lmin'r i-or or" the
e .fa'.joi .Jolin SI'
an im iivi.i.- l one
'amnion, Tr-yin:r for the sale ot
U ilt'oi 2 10 acres of land sit h f. 1
iu seo-jon T i S, 11 1 K. WuLmi jtte n.cri li.,.
1 ners. ioi-o, iii iue ii-uae of the Stfe of Ore -on
you, Aiii.rcvr J. Slc atataon, Ci'harino J!den
.Na;cy Atia Moenm. John M. M' arnmon, Ii ,berr
. yh:- 'ammon, li;. irs ot said tlece.ise 1, Un 1 all
o'ner h.-irs unknown, are h--r.-V.v r.ir 1 r,. i.r. .... i
apte:ir ;it t Ji
Mo:i da v the
'o:irt House in Ore.tm City on
h tliy of Anrn.-r, insaii
Court ui 1 s'
10W C l'ise it ,mV exi-t nn r.-n t.,-
of sale should not 1 sran'o-l as in sti'.I rrf-fiti.m
J. K. WAIT. Countv Jul 'v.
F. CAUEIELO, Couaty ClorkT
seal J. Orc-jroa City, July 12, 1S72.
rtflilJiors of Pairs olcl.
Cable Screw Wire
BOUTS AXD SHOES.
; -1 ,.4 n
t 'J-xX 3 X'- ; '.. e5ai;N
t- SiT; t.w&rz?;:'1- ? t 'a kf"3-ti
j r tr- WiTj
, - .-.- vrS.
. j i i i ..' ii'.M
CH AS. H. CAU FIELD,
COttXEE MAIN AXD SETEKTU STREKTS,
OREGON CITY", OREGON,
DRY-GOODS & GROCERIES,
CK0CKEHY and GLASSAWEE.
Also, a full assortment of
Milliner? and Fancy Goods
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
JUST R E I V E D.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Oregon City, aue 21st, 1ST -2. tf
JUST RECEIVED BY
I HAVE JUST KEDEl VED A COMPLETE
and well-assorted stock of
AXD GEXTLEIIE.W FTRXISIIIX'G GOODS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
Call nnd examine my stock before purchas
TroJucc Taken iu Eirhan?? for Goods.
Main street, Oregon Clly.
r p H E U N D E US 1 (1 N E I) D ES I U ES TO PEL L
X his .rojifny in Oreg 'ii City will sell
ill a l.nrii n, t ;i coud finrt hn-er. Lot 8. in
Mock 3. whoon th-ie is a good levelling
ll.t .se with s ro nn-, p.ntly hard finis.li . bal
an. e loth and ji ipcr and the Liverv Stable
now occupied hv Messrs. Wil is & Urontrhttin
Water pij.es laid on the premises, from
IVti-e's water w.nk-:.
A. so 4 town lots iu Canem.ih, with good
A. so ti town lo's in l.nver end of Oregon
City; al.s lio of luno knuvn as the dfiia
tion la .d clam of Win. Stone. 8 miles
southeast of Oregon City, with some im
provements, thinly timbered, nc under
growm go .tl lasting watt-r
23?"li.tiUire at County Clerks oflice.
J. M. FKAZER.
Oregon City, May tjth. 1672. viin23
G- A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Llain Street, Oregon City.
Bt BILLIARD TABLES in. OEEGOX
Have been introduced, ami the l'roprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of ihia
popular amusement to them
THE BA Ii JS SUPPLIED
I Vith all the choicest qualities of Liquors an,'
cigars, sscoicii, Irish and Uourbou alreadi
tiiinous Whiskies nnd Punch.
ALSO, a no.
Is connected with theSaloin.
Oreyn City, Jan. 1, l,s2:tf
AT Tf IE
WILLIAMS & UA&mUG,
HAVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
ty ot choice
The Rakery will be constantly supplied
BREAD, CR VCKERS,
CANDIEs AND N'UTS.
All of which will be sold at livirg rates.
Remember thut we do not sell goods at
Also, please hear in rnind that it takes
money to io business.
To the fa tiling tr .de we wonld say, CASH
tor j on. produce, and CASH lor onr goods.
Goods delivered to all parts of the city.
Feb, V, li72:tf
Carriage rVlanufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premtsesat the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
'akes this method to inform his old pat
s', and as manv new ones as mv h
pleased to call, thai he is now prepared, w th
umplc room, good materials, and tin- very
best of nieehar.i to buihl anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort ot a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Trv me.
lilnckstnithing, Horse, or Ox shoeing and
l : .t. i . .. . . . s
KuicLiijujuiDg licanv. qtnckly and cheati-
a ii) i n.
Opposite Excelsior Markei
To Stock trovers.
rpin: road across the cascade
f ;unta.ns, known as the Old Enr
nMnt oad, is now in sph ndid order for
thei.cconcnoditio .ofthepuhli,;. Tebrid-es
n the road have a 1 been th .r..gl,.y ,epar
el and t . -ck drovers will find it no tr. uble
to cr .ss the Mountains by this route. There
s j.leotv of g.,ri water and snss on both
si les ot ,l,e Moununs. fnd the riistanc
across ,s ,.n!v Inih,s t.ein- the sh .rtest :,s
e,I as j,e best road ov.-rthe Case .de Mo ,.
a,ns Mrt drove,. an1 .InifP.inN wj!, fil,d
it to their aduant ,Ke to travel over this route,
i oies reasonable.
JOSEPH YOUNG, Pre-ident.
Clackamas county, June 21st, 172.
B ft E W E ft Y !
Having- purchased the above Brewery wish
ps to inform the public th t he i'p now prepar
ed to ra liiufactur N'o. 1 quxlity ol
LAG Eli BEER,
lood a? can bp ibtained any where in the
Stalp. Orders solicited nd jiromptly filled.
y."-OiIC-MAp APP JWfJ&StXl
. . - 1858 X
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
of Oregon City, and the Willamette
Valley, that he is stdl on hand, and doiDg
business on the old motto, that O
"A Nimble Six-Pence is better than fh
I have just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased ore of the
LARGEST and IJEsJT SELECTED
Stock of Goods
ever before offered ia this city; and consist
ia part, as follows :
Boots & Shoes, Clothing, Dry GoocU,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every Q
Description, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oils,
Sash & Doors.Queens
Chinaware, Stoneware, Platedware,
of various Q
qualities .t styles,
Clocks &Watches Ia-
dies & Gentlemen's Furn-
ishinsr Goods, Fancy Notions
of every dscription,Patent Med
icines, Ecpe, 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 s.ected with .-p-cittl curt for
t msti-iitt. Alt of which I now otter for
sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buv goods for
I am ri-7i EKAlIMJO TO SELL CIIE4I' and
rot a;low myselt tu be
UNDERSOLD IX TIIE STATE OF CREGOX.
All I ask, is a fair chance and quit k pay
ments. Belie v ng, as I do, that nineteen
years' experience in Oregon City enables in
to Know ihe roqirements of the "trade.
Come nne and all, and see for yourselve
that the old stand of
THOMAS CHARM AN
cannot be beat in quality or price. It would
be use'ess for me to tell yon all the advan
tiiges I can offer 3 011 iu the sale of good-.ens
eveiy store ihat advertises does that, and
probably you have t.een disappointed. All I
wvsh to say is. come and see and examine
lor yourselves, for 1 do not wish to make any
mistakes. My obj-ct Js to tell all mv old
ti lends now that I am slid alive, and desir
ous to sell goods cheap, for cash, or on such,
terms as agreed upon. G
Thanking all for the liberal patronage
Main street, Oiegon City.
rfEegal Tenders and County Script
taken at maiktt rates.
J2?."O,000 lbs wool wanted by
TIIOS. CHARM AX. O
REAL ESTATE, EEAL ESTATE-
JACOB ST1TZEL, C. C. WAT.
JACOB STITZEL & CO.,
SUCCESSOR TO STITZEL fc CETOX;,
Cor. Front ami "Washington Stm.,
P O R T L A ND, O R EOON.
Special attention civen to thi l furn-.
irie lands and citv nronprtv All ,r.,r,.
pondence relatii g to the recourcea of Ore
gon will be promptly auswered-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of chart to
JACOB STITZEL A CO.
March 15, 1872:tf
r LA TE OF THE CLIFF HO USE
MJX STREET. OREGON CITY, OltEGOX.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED R E
1 speci fully announces to his
f. lends and the ti ave'ins nnb'.ic.
H at 1p has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to ferve Inn
csut. mers with Ovsfp-s. Tig's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a' SQUARE MEAI .
El ON DeLOUEY
Oregon City, Jan. 27, 1871:tf
Savier, LaRoque & Co.,
oreg ox CITY.
9, Keep constantly or hnrd for pale
Midlines. Bran ami f?hicken Pepd. Pflfies
snqomding feed must furnish the ? kt.
AVOID QUACKS. A victim rf eaily in
discretion. -aiis"ing nervoup dHlitr,
premature "ecay. Ac , having ti'edin tun
everv ndveiti?ed rerredy, I as a simple n cans
of self-cure, which I f wdl nr'l frr-p o 1 is
fcllmv si lipids. Address J. II. REEVES,
7S Nassau st.. New York
MAI.V STUFET, - - OHECOXC1TY.
3IAMTKTUBER i.D I3IF0RTER OF
WARE, &c, &c.
7T7nTriI HE OFFFR. aS CHEAP AS
V cm be had iu the State, at
Wholesale or Retail.
tfl '"'arrant all my goods reprfff nf.
1" am mMmMmm0.mm-