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1 taJtckln C;nirprtsc.
z'-Tf'omOmtt 18. 1S72.
'mV' an-Informed by Mr.
Gr, rk tbattbeir .b factory at this
C'U uff one of the two gold mo:
C"Ttt t last State Fair for the
RVwaPii'u- fac(liml jinnWnis.
.fintOrg?' " ' b(l siz,, 0f a ,Wenty
r- linr- - u, . ,iM : lit-
rr-l : .r!:ll 1 ' I- ..M.v to .itlr!ll.
lis " . , nn on' Mui-
.-yH-v,.,, i ...
p.I 'n il , :., .t... renter is the insignia ot
:,na .. . c;.i.. me the words
.v. '.St a''
. I ill.
Oregon Stale Fair to
Aw,,ru,' : ;c handsome premium, and
ir.r!,'.-d very highly by the propn-
1' . f'ilc nne-
efibis hictory. m-j
- r .1,,. !,f.t water powcis mi
-Vs :c 5n,i,.r..n.nt9 were extended
. 1. . . IwiL'T H f I"" VI .J ....
it would be one of th
noted niunufactMrmg w
jn-T List. The following is the list of
idrVvn'foribo October term or the
Circuit Court for Clackamas County .wtfch
wi he holder, in .his. city next Monday
l -Mh iilt.: Johnathan signer, ham
; l l Waidron, Mnrion 1'hiHips.
O rXr o, J.L. Ho-- Vm WhiHoek.
' t r.,hn .-cii'.t. J. L Cock. 1 hos.
i F. MarK. lr. wise. w. n.
Win. Elliott. Israel Oraden,
I. V. I.acey
I!, l'.iickner. L. A. aiie.
,i,vi',l MolLJ.S.Ch.uch. H W. Moss
Savage, J. I'. Kingo. and A. H. I.ee.
For VKBMVT.-Uev. E.Gerry and fami
ly l. ave this city to day for their old home
h Vermont. Mr. Gerry has been the pas
tr of tli" Congregational Chord, in this
,i(v for -he pust four years, and w.ll be.
LWdbva lame ciicle of church-fxoiug
t,;()I,!(. 'He will caiy widi hmi the best
wmU of entire cemmunuy; he has ren-,t,.rt-.l
u- valuable service in limes past as
...!, " and we unite wiih h:s many
fn.-nd- in wishing him a pleasant journey
Uck to the
(Jreen Mountain Mate.
Nakuow Kscu-t: Last Monday as Jas
Fuller and wife were crossing the railroad
hy the Congr-gational Church, the train
.' throu-h the cut striking the
1,'uu'gv and nearly throwing tlu-m out
.-.Tm 'm-k r-.iit of'Served until thej'
. J tie
id. track, as the cut liid it from view,
v- v nt-..ied some sii-'ht injuries and
a terrihle scare. W hy cannot lo
l:iil,- when naming such places
,Ul. i ' .
enurely hid trom view till it crosses the
ll:. m km it ten x.!). We last Sunday received
a dl photograph likeness trom our old
trieiid and former partner. - Joaquin'
('. II. Millar. It is an excellent likeness
.,f tlia poet, with the exception of the long
h.iir. la fiis letter to us lie ?tated that he
would soon leave for England, but would
heuhseiit only a slnut lime. We are
phased that our dd friend still bears us
i- mind, and we shall always be glad
to brill- of his success in this world.
fiKAp CoM'KKT. Ilev. J. W. Seilwood
i gefing up a grand conceit, consisting,
uf vocal and instrumcn'al music, to be
i-iven about the first, of November; we
:.re not aware who the ,
e. Put know that Mr. Si
art icip-mts art
rev Tompkins would made a lespoctiio.e
concert u'd by themselves. We wii'i in
O'Tui tlie public in due time as to the time
and Chco o!' the efoer!ai:im-n.
A U.-ki '.:-. TiitNo- ix tsi;-: llorsi-:. One
ot the most useful books to have in the
house is Uvi.i.oi 's Monthly M.Czixk, the
November number of which is just mt.
Send a tiuee c tit stamp tor specimens
and premium lists, and you wont regret
it. Fi.bli.-hed by Thomas A' Talbot. t!3
l 'ongress Si reel, IJostoii. $1,6' per year,
or l3 cents .-ingle copies.
Rkh i:xkp. Messrs. H. C. and Joseph
Myers, ol Willow Creek, Wasco county.
leUrned to their homo last Sunday after
nno.i alter a short sojourn in this valley.
report .-lock in line order in Hi it re
t::d say that everybody. Democrat
w ill vote for Gree ey
aad iii own. e
Ar Oi.YMfiv. By private Fdter d.itetl
OiyQpii, October. UUi, we leain that
O Mrs. Dement and family. v. ho left this city
last Thursd iy. arrived safe in Oiympia.
i'r.ttik s.tvs the road is the roughest he
.vcr traveled over in his life ; he is al-ji-.tdy
smitteu with the beau lies"' Oof
The Fu:sc Boat. i ho
'ego, t-avs the Oi t-l'tthin
citizens of Os
.! to celebrate in a proper manner, the
"l.en'mg of ihe canal between the lake and
'iii.iiaiiu river. A very neat, handsome
basCJieeu made and piv,-ented to the
Oiiuardr which will be carried by that
Kieaiaer u:i her 11 rat trip through the ca
u. 1 1
CitAi'.iTAni.i? Hkt. We al e informed of
a bet i n ihe rresiilenli.il election wh
into bv a Greeleyite and a
'K'.rniglif-outer." th it eclipses any bet that
we have recently heard of. ihe parties
aree lo givt?j the stakes to the poorest
man thev can find
Ci kamm; Or r. For several weeks past
tue E. N. Cooke has been lying at Oregon
City. Her machinery, hull, cabin, etc..
hxi been thoroughly o vei tu uletl and
citMtn-.i nut. She wsil go down to Asto-ri-
by lew days to convey a hunting par
'to -llut place.
No r too Old to i.kckivk Fiikmu ms
At the Sute Fair. Hector Campbell, of
-'libvuakie, in this county, aged eighty
J ears, took the first premium for a new
'Hiing p,.iir. Evidently Mr. Campbell
Li:,K. it is l ever too late lo do irood.
I'uRmi.k. Dy reference to our adver-'-nig
co'iinms it will be seen that the
0.0-tiMin Restaurant is offered Tor sale.
Oi-iug t.'he severe illness of the propri
'''"' l:e has derei mined to retire to pri-T-'!e
life. .Obargain is offered. "
0CJtiK Tuami1. Mr. L. Leland of this
3 ,"iji". Grand Temperaret- Lectnrer. is
'"ive!ing in Southern Oregon trying to
o induce the -natives in that region to ab
4; from the use of intoxicating liquors.
Kixx CoxsmuAtv Hon Jas. II.
ei" has placed us under obligations for
i. and 5 of the Kn Kiux Conspir-
ti P IT - r
. .' "i the present Administration
i'f'if. N. W. Randall ol Ibis city, who is
e:1g'd In school teaching at Lafayette.
in town Saturday and Sunday and
"'arn ihat he i? meeting with very
fcwa success in his r.ew habitation.
e leamhat an at.omey from abroad
sarrivedTo ibis city and will practice
aw "vith A. r. Forbes, Esq.
H TH ii-, ii ii
L - " -. . . . ... ,. . . ' . L . . ',. r . .
SrEAKiXG. It is announced (hat lion.
W. P. Hare will speak in this city, Nov. 1,
in the interest of Grant and Wilson. We
urge our citizens to tie up their hull
pups" when the -hare" comes in town or I
it may got skcered away, j
Ckmkxt. The steamer Senator brought
upon Wednesday last several hundred
barrels of cement to be used in the con
struction uf the Locks at this place.
Am. ics. Mr. B.Jennings, of this coun
ty has the (banks of our wife for a couple
of boxes of fine Rambean apples. Who
wouldn't be a printer's wife?
Lr.KVATiNU. Mr. Fnchs lias a fore of
hands engaged in raising his dwelling
house and building a second story be
AusKNT. J. D. McGowan. picturist. re
quests us (o inform the public that he
will be absent from the city for a few
IIomk. Capt. J. T. Apperson. Grand
Master I. O. ( . F., returned home last
Sunday, aHer an official vi.-it !o the upper
IIanhso.mk I'kksext. -Mr. A. F. Forbes
presented a fine set of silver-ware to Mrs.
Cha3. E. Warren last week.
Stokks Ci.oskp. Last Saturday our
Hebrew merchants closed their stores all
day, that being one ol their holidays.
.ps. We call
the r.ew advertisements in this
Qiikt. Our city has been unusually
quiet for the past few diva.
Hon. L. T. Uarria returned yesieiday
Albany is filling up fast.
Wells failing in Corvallis.
Salem is filling up with thieves.
Gold in New Yoik to-day. 114.
Baker city is to have a liteiary society.
The Eugene saw mi'.l is i mining again.
Wheat in Liverpool. 13s. 2d., aid 13s.
I The theatrical se.ison closed last night
I in Salem.
Fort land legal tender rates. 88c buying
The Yorpitna nysters are reported to
be very fat and large.
A Directory of the Slate is to appear
within a sl'.ort lime.
Wheat is pouring into the warehouse
at '.he Ilillsboro Landing.
Farmers throughout the Stale have sown
an unusual breadth of wheat.
The new ins'ruments for the band at
Roscqurg. have conn: to hand.
The Gn'.irtl suj s several new brick build
ings are about completed 1:1 Lagene city.
A Wasco county farmer from two pota
toes ha? rai.-,cd loo' pounds o! Iii.-h apples
Rev. G . C. ChandU r. a long time resi
dent ol McMiui.v'ule. has removed to 1'or
et Q ro". e.
The Marion couniy Cle;k has issued
eight man iage licenses so lar daring the
T!ie Etigene Joinl has closed its fifth
Ihe i'.-.g of (iieeley and
There is a corn r in the
at. the Dalles, ll sells at
G 0 per ccrd.
The assessed valuti-.n of Multnomah
county is S S . i -ti .500. an li'cfease ot il,
178.70t) over that of ihe year 1 S7 1.
The Oregon Steam Navigation company
will hereafter run their boats three tunes
a week between Dalles and Wallh.a.
An Eastern company has recently pur
chased the copper miiie and works of
Messrs. Crane A Co., of Baker county.
The snag puller is still at woik along
the channel of ifio upper Willameiie, pull
ing out snag! and removing obstructions.
The Sprir gville. post office. Mulfnomah
county, has been discontinued and mails
for (hat place will be delivered at Port
land. Fire miles of railroad remain to be com-
nleted to leach Rosebni!r. When that is
finished cons1 ruction will cease for the j
Our exchatiges say that counterfeit five ;
and ten dollar greenbacks nave n.aile
their appearance in Washington and Ida
The Legislature took a recess from last
Saturday until Tuesday. o enable the
members to go home and see their wives,
babies and s'veelhearts.
The entire surplus wheat crop lot Ihe
year of the t.vo States of California and
Oregon i reckoned at Ilo.oOO.OOO bushels,
or 20.1 Of) .000 centals.
The citizens of Salem arc highly elated
over the passage of the bill to appropri
ate $100,000 io be expended in the erec
tion of a State Capitol in their (own.
A meeting in Union county, last, week
to organize an Agricultural rociety.
e'ected F. Shoemaker. 1'resident ; W. J
Snodgrass. Secretary, and J. T. McComas,
GJosephJ. Henderson. Esq . of Portland.
has ben appom'ed Regi-ter in tsanic
ruptcy for ihe District id Oregon by
Judnre Deaily. on the nomination of Chief
Justice Chase. 9
Gen. Palmer. Indian A sent at the Siletz
Reservation, his had his official head
chopped off. and is superseded by J. 1L
Fairehiid of Portland. Incompetency we
believe was the cause of removal.
A good degree of prosperity seem' (o
attend the Bi.-hop Scott Grammar Schodl
pi nee 'he commencement of the present
school vt-ar. Then are now in regular
attendance 75 pupils, 25 of whom are
A Union county farmer tilled SO
acres of land, and raised HO Ions of hay.
200 bushels of wheat. 200 bushels of po
tatoes, and 50 worth of other stuff, all of
the value $1,210. A poor Yamhill man
raised 3. 000 bushels of wheat, worth $2 -250.
on the same quantity of land.
Rosebnrrr b i voted for incorporation,
the question being carried bp twemy-five
majority. The City Trustees elected are:
C. Graddis. T. F Sheridan. Geo. Havnes
S. Hamilton, and w. I. 1'riedlamb r. Mar
shal. Li. C. Roscnber-r: Recorder, Andrew
Jones: Treasurer. E. Livingston.
The bill to lease the Cnnnl and
T nol.-c incefiil tlio TTiMitn - rt ni'il n v
. , ,
and will uoubtlcss pass tlie Senate
to-day or to-morrow.
Henry W. Longfellow, the poet, who
has been claimed for Grant, was a dele
gate to the Massachusetts liberal conven
tion. The father of the Oregonian ed
itor is a Greeley and Brown man.
Washington. Oct. 12 All the Depart
. mentn will be closed and draned in m,n
5n? Mnt1fJ;l?. in bor.or to the memory
o. ;r. . ew aid.
x governor Hoffman
V?S clSHU1, a rc5?tion eulogist of
""v.i-w ie depart
ments to be closed on Monday, and fht-s
of the buildings placed at half mast.
. i ojiK. i.ct-'i ho Xn.ional Dem
ocratic Commntee have issue.l an ad.lress
to the people ol the Lnited State They
rehearse the results or the recent elections
and urge energetic and courageous meas
ures in the prosecution, of the camitaiffn
Laxcastkk. Fa ..Oct. 14 -A complaint
has been maoe before Alderman Arnwig
bv Ke.nl.ar.lt Keller. Jmlge of Election
Dr. II. L. Mullenburg. lnited tales Col
lector of Internal Revenue, for offerhe
said Judge of Election $200 if h- would
rinu uie oanoi ooX a mjlice Fuckalew'f
majuny io a Hundred. A warrant
issutd for ihe arrest of fiilU.,,) .,..1
Mkmhiis. Oct.15.-The greatest state of
excitement exists ,u Osceola. Ark., amo.t
the citizens, who are fleeing with their
families, in anticipation ot another attack
n-oin the negroes. No further bloodshed
is reported. The whites of ihe several
villages are under aims, wi;h approaches
Sr. I.orts, Oct. If. The St. Louis
Stamping Company's works were damag
ed by fire last night to the extent of Sol).
CSi'J. The woiks were nearly new and
cost $110 000. Insurance, $-,". OOP. in
eluding $5,000 in the Union ot San Fran
Loxnox. Oct. K) Mr. Bent wick. M. I'..
in a public speech last, night denounced
the settlement of ihe Alnb'tmn question as
a dishonor lo England. It was absurd
that a rule should be made and held to
bind England to responsibility for ac:s
committed long be lore the ruie had any
existence. England deserved the scorn
of the whole world, and would cease to
hold her position among nations. At a
meeting of conscrva: i v-s at Castb-head.
addressed t y Iler ry Jervis, M 1'.. and
others; the Government was censured for
its conduct in the negotiations with the
Lonpox. Get. 10. The C.irovicb Al
exanderh as gone to Vienna at. the invita
tion of Emperor Francis Joseph.
Coxstax rixoi'i.i:. Oct. Id. The Sultan
has conferred I lie order of Osmarii on the
Gi-hiid Duke. Nicnolas of Rus.-ia.
It is estimated that three millions of in
habitants have died from (amine in J'ersia.
The telegraphic dispatches iorsvarded
and received at ihe expense ol the British
Government on the snhject. of indiiect
claims, amounted to S'li)0 000.
Lonpox. Oc-i. 12 A Berlin special to
tie.- Tt!ejra,U says that it is believed that
the deci-ion i f the Emperor o:i the San
Juan boundary question will b favorable
lo the United States.
The 'limes' obituary of Mr Seward says:
He was a usi-fal statesman and an eminent
American. Ilejrave proof bv his deeds
! of tiis uniform philanthropy and love of
j Gkxkva.Oc!. l-f.-F.ince Napoleon aniv
i ed here and was accompanied to the tron
t tier by airenrs ot the French Government.
L'k:"i.;.x. Oct. 15. I'rince Frederick
llenrv Aibvrt. brother of the Fanoeror
William, died to day.
j Lox.'ox. Oct 15. ?ilnis'er Wasbburne
; sailed from Southampton today for New
j Yoik oil ihe DeiitchbiniL
I Nkw Yoi:;c. Oct. 15. A Paris special
i says there was great excitement in Palis
' la-t r.i'rlit consentient on the receoiion by
j President 'i'iii.
! an anon-, iiii.hs
of a box of bombs, with
letter, statiutr t fiat, a thou-
I sard bombs were sent lo Paris. Troops
i were placed in suspected quarters and
ihe Imperialists c'os.-'y wr.tcheu. Thiers
and Mar.-hul Mac Mahon had a conference
last n: -hf.
I Politic;;! Iy Uurope is in a critical condi
wood market j (ion. The mea ling of ihe Emperors at"
rem 5 50 to i Deri in is now considered a hypocritical
j thing, gotten no for ellect and to quiet
po.pioui ami si-i Kins fermeiitation going
i on among the ma-s
ANOTlIUIi Lik Xaii.ki.
liailical :i pcrs f.ave been very lotul
in their charges against the State
I'rinter in reiranl to the manner he
executed his v. ork. The Legisla- j
live Conunittec aptioii.Uil (Mr.
Dolph of ihe Senate placed him in
nomination and a majority of the
Committee are Republicans) an
K xpert, vlioei eporlecl to the Senate
last Wednesday that the work was
done better than any similar woik
had been executed before in t lie
State, and far better than elsewhere
on the Coast. This Kadical Legis
lature is making its party organs
"eal crow" on all their charges.
Oregon City Pi ices Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the juices at which other ar
cicles are selling, in this market :
WHEAT White ."j bushel. 80c.
OATS ptt. bushel, lilh fts.
POTATOES 1 bushel. 37 h cts.
ONIONS jt bushel. SI OOf,, il 50.
FLOUR- '-''i- S-!fr .-5 1 ""
I'.EANS While. T lb.. U ( cts.
DRIED FRUiT-Aples.r! lt.. C(g7 els.
Peaclies. lb., P.:(o- lf.c: Plums, lb..
20 cts.: Currants. !!.... U)CT ',20 cts.
PUTTER -j: lb.. oiicis.
EtilGS p' "b.zen.oO els.
CHICK ENS f1 dozen. $2 ."0p7;:1 00.
SUGAR Crushed. V !' 20 cts.: Island
"j-J lb.. D012i ets. : N.
lb.. 15 ch
San 1-re.ncisco reimeii. jJ it. . n cis.
TEA Young 1 lyson. "r lb.. SI 00 ; Ja
pan, f U.. 75cv-s'l 00: black, "r;! lb., 75c.
COFFEE rrlb.. 2"K,25 cis.
SALT r It... KB-i ctf-
SYRUP Heavy Golden. Vgall.. 5100 :
Ex. Heavy Golden. p galb.l "25
PACON Hams. lb.. IS cts; Sides.
1G cts. T) lb.: Sliouhlers. U cts.
LARD-r- Ib- US ets.
OIL Ivoe"s. Kerosene. "i call.. .
Linseed oil. boiled. $ gall., SI 2o(V,l 00
WOOL f' lb- o5 cis.
REEF On foot, Y"' 7 cts "p
PORK On foot. 7f;:c!s. It..
SHEEP Per head. S2 our.j oo.
HIDES Green. 52 oUt ; i.ry
15 : Salted .vc
Plmi.lis, Kruptions, IiougH SUiu-
The sTStcn being put under the in 11 ience
of Or Pie.ce-s G.'.IJen Medical Di-cove-y
f.,r a few weeks, the k"n become-, smooth
clear, soft and velvety, and being illuminated
Witl. the plow of perfect health trom wUhia,
true l.eautv lairds forth m all it-. gor3.
No.hifl- e'vcr-pnsentel to the public as a
i.eant-.tier of the courdcxion ever jrave
Taction tor tins y
Ti.a ferts ot ali meoicines
which operate upon roe -.-." ...."-
. 1.- .),. i.n.ol necessarily s
. ,. lKi.Mii.rll
no matter Iv.w g od the re-r edy emp.oje
While one to three bottles clear he kin of
rumples, blotches, ernptions. yedow SeOts
! comedones or "gi ubs.
a dozen may posMuiy
. ...v. tu,.
be required to cure s..nn caes ,.
M-sten. is rot tea with scrofulous or virulent
blood poisons. The care ot all the d .senses
however. Com the common pimple to the
worst scrofula, is with the u '( tu mo-t
j.otent agent, ou'y a matter of time. Sold
by all drug'zi-ts.
N. t ererv one can be i resident, but all
can b,y SILVER TIPPED Sh is ! rih.jr
cLildien and lheieby Its.-tn the r fcLoe bihs
For Sale by all Dealers.
; . MfiniM raiTI llli I I HI Hi 1
Dr-IVistai-'s "Willi Cherry UaUain
This Balsamic compound lias become home
fixture. Let all who suffer .and hare in vain
attempted to cure their coughs, colds, bron
chiai or pulmonary complaints, make use of
thi3 unequaled remedy. It can be relied
upon, the mass of testimony that has been
puhlislud sinee its introduction, being am
ple proof of its erlicacy.
Oltl -i iiiiigs Have Pa.sctl .tway.
This i3 at least true of the old method of
treating the lo;ig abused and much abused
human body. I is no longer consipered wise
to put a parent to the torture inoider to
cure him of a disea.-ein which pain is already
undermining- the energies of his system.
True science ranges itself on the side of
na'uie, and endeavors to assist her in her
fight against disease. This is the province
of Ilostcttcr's Stomach Bitters, the most ap
proved tonic ever advertised in ll is couniry.
It may be recommended as a fall medicine,
par excellence; for it is irv the fall that bil
iousness, dyspepsra and nialat i m fevers
ate especially prevalent. The frame, ex
hausted ly the heat of summer, is relaxed
and let ble at its close, and requires, we inav
say dtmatuJn, arl licial assistance. Afford
it that assistance in occasional doses of Hos
ti tei's Stoni;.ch Bitters, and the evils referr
ed to may he escaped. Through out the lar
West, and on the steaming alluvial of ihe
Southern rivers, all the vaiieties of periodi
ca! fever are probably life to day. Had a
course o llb.sttter's Bitters been commenced
by the i-uibjters a month ago, i. tit before the
unhealthy season set iiC seven -t ijjhts of
them would in all probability be in their
usual health at the present time. So much
for want id" foneaMe, So much for not
keeping in tht house, and using daily, the
best saicguard against epidemic and endemic
As flocks of imposters ni;d imitators ate
trying lo follow in the wake of the great
Aitniioa i remedy, therefore be sure that
the article you buy is genuine and verified
by ihe proper trade-marks. The ti ne article
can only be obtained in bottles, beware of
the spin ions bitters sold bv the gallon or in
To protect the understanding of humanity
nothing there is 1 ke leather fastened togeth
er by CAULK SCBFAV WIRE. Boots and
Shoes made in this way never rip, or leak or
F'or the very beat photographs, go to I'rad
ley A Rnlofson's Gal'ery wiih.iut STAIR.-.--ZW
ASCEND IX .TH"E ELEVATOR, i'l'j
.Motifgotner'y Street. San Franoi.c'o.
t'ALLS EXCA51P3IEST R t). 1 , I . O.
F". Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each month. Ratrurchs in goal staud
iniX are invited to attend.
Feb. S. 1 S72-tr
O O- O TV
BUSS MESS DiRECTGRY!
rVUK UNDERSIGNED W I L L C O M MEN CE
JL tobciting for a
Eusiness Directory of tlio State
OF OREGON in a few days; nr
it sacccss ul, re pictfuliy icq est the co op
erat o-i q! e!S'Ois intere-c in the tr.-l'r.ro
of the country. The State ha; now reached
that i osi ion when a yearly summary of her
progress is necessary, hence the value of a
work which will, i.i a condensed form,
foir.liiii? .ill Mailers of riiblir. liiliTfst.
The wort; in cr.nh mplatien will embrace a
General Sketch of the Stale,
ITS 1'IIYSICAL ASPECTS,
And all other subjects on which ii formation
T'jc work will he illustrated with sketches
of sorn of the hin.U! g- pi on; nent scer:ery of
the State, i.nd ils compilation will be under
the charge of
,T. KORi:MEU JIIT.PHV, Esq.,
who.-c recent work on Wa hing on Territory
lias bccii highly comine iticd by the pi ess
The Business Dhcctory
OF EACH 'TOWN AND CITY
Will be Complete;
And that, with sketches of each place, should
make it invaluable to the JItrib .nt, Faimor
AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM, it will be
THE BEST yet in rodnccd in the Sta.e, as it
will be of such importance that it will always
be retained in a pi eminent position for refer
ence. Tlie Iialc of Advutlstng wi be as
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of travel and public place in the country.
S.J. XcCOrOIICK, Publisher.
1CD Front Street, Portland, Or.
October 1?, 1S72.
FOR SAMS !
OWING TO THE CONTINUEH I LI,
, ess oc the Proprietor. Lkon" DeLockt,
Ihe Barnum Re-turant is off-r(t tor sale. Io
any om- w shing t ) m ,age m this bu.-mess,
a b,rg.in is offered. LyrjEV.
O.egoa City, Oct. 1, UU.
1 nOITRTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
JUST HECEIYED BY
CI5A1ILES M. AlTFSELD.
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND
consisting in part of
a uA vy
LADIES' AND CIIILDBENS SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, &cB, &cB
All of which I will sell at the LOWEST RATES. Cive me a call before purchasing else
where, and convince yourselves that 1 CAN ai d WILL SELL as cheap ns the cheapest.
CIIAS. Ji. CAU FIELD,
CORNER MAI.N AND JsEVENTIl STREETS, OREGON CITY.
Grocer & Provisioii Dealer,
Next doer south of the Court House,
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
BEST FM1ILY GROCERIES
COFFEE, TEA -, SUGAR,
FLOUR AND M K A L of alt kinds,
PICKLES, Slid', SALT,
CANNED FRUITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
BUTTER. CHEESE and EGGS.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
All kinds of country Produce taken in ex
change for goods at the highest market rates.
'S-Goods delivered in the city free ot
c' urge. A fair .dure oT patronage solicited.
March 23, 1 -72:tf
LITE AXI) LET LIVE!
THE CREGCS CITY HACK AND BIUY CO.
- w -wr .-IX-. T)tM'(l t L'l.-n -TM.
Li i nn.:i.s.'i.e a oe s
JLJL laveiy Muck ana business
it M-,.-.. Wit T X- l?t..l! i:ITTAV 'L-mr
and the Drays, Horses and Ru.-iriess of C N.
Gai ENiiAN, a:e now p.rt -paied to carry on
We will lilsu deliver slab wood to all those
perotis to w hom Vt'illis & brouahton have
engaged and as many more as will engage
slab wood from us, so far as we can get a
sup pi v.
Ordeis left at the Livery Stable for Woon",
Driving or Hauling, will be attended to with
disptiteli. Rationale in oar several branches
of busin.-ss solic. ted. Our l liaigvs s'lall
! 5it!ei-i ftr
JTThe Hiirhest Cash Price paid for Oat,
delivered at the Stable.
C. N. i ; KEEN MAN, P.rshlenr,
J. M. F R A Z E R. Secretary.
Of O. C. II. it b. Co.
Oregon City, Air. 'Jit, 1-72. tf.
AVOID QUACKS. A victim TvaiTy in
discretion, causing nervous debility
premature decay, Ac, having tried in vaui
every a.Ivei used remedy, has a simple means j
of self cure, w hich he wdl send ficc to I
lellow-siitlerers. Ad.lress J. H. REEVES,
7S Nassau st., New Yoik
FALL & WINTER
3- O O 3 !
JUST RECEIVED RY
HAVE JUST REDElVED A COMPLETE
and well-assorted stock of
AND GENTLEMENS' Fl'RXISIIING GOODS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
Call nnd examine my stock before purchas
Produce Tiikcn in Exchniig for Goods.
Ulain fctrrct, Or g:n ( iy.
a o sav
1 y an extra outlay of Five cents,
SILVER TIPPED SHOES
for their childn n. f p27m"l
Good Gable Screw Wire
BOOTS A 3D shoe:
Are Selling from Plalneto
NOTARY PURER .ENTERl'RE OFFICE
Orecron City. Ja;i 13:tt
J. D. McOO WAN,
Is prepared to execute work in the veiy
be-t style ol Ihe ait, at reasonable prices.
I'hoioirraphs taken at !1 per dozen.
Vuors'of Oretron City (or side.
Rooms On Main street, opposite Thos.
Charman's store. uugSvml
Oregon Itxlge Xo. 3, I. O. or O. V.
Meets every Thursday even
2fijr ing at 7 oV.Ioek.in Odd Fellow's
fC Hall. Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
P.y order. -v-
Iietjtcta. D Lei'S a
(O q Meet on the Second and Fourth
5J TUESDAY EVL'XIXGS.
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in O ld Fellows
Hall. Members of the D.-grtc aie invited to
lultnnmali LoIz-' No. 1, A. F. ami
m A !M.-Hnli!s its recnhir c-mmuviica
r.xN.tions on tlie First and Tl.hd Safur Tie standa d re edy ft r "ougU', In In
&trt'f in each month, at 7 o'cloek from n .s, r Throat, W'hotp g, Omh Cn-ip,
' the 2'"'th of September to the Loth of Liw C wpaint. Branch i , BkLrir o" tin
March and 7! o'clock from The "2 'th ofj
Mureh to the 2 th ot September. Rreth
ipn . ii irood standi:!? are invited to attend.
Dec. '23.1 57o, by order of V. i.
In this clane'f.bl'e climate nothing is
more in po'tai t thin drv feet; Ina'thu'd
lif- depend n" it ; th rpfore 1 uv CAHLE
SCESw WiBE Bt O S and ehoes cevr Itak
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
CONFECTIONERY SALOON !
Fresh Oysters ! I
iLOUSS SAAL, - - - Proprietor.
Corner of Fourth anl 5Iain Street.
T7RESII OYSTERS SERVED IN ANY
JL style desired. Confectionery of every
kind con-tant'y on hand.
I manufacture all my own s ock, which is
sutlicient guarantee that it is fresh and pure.
Call if want of a good cup of ioi!, tea,
or elioeoiute, or anything in my line.
Oregon City. September . 1 S72:tf
C. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Elain Street, Oregon City-
Ettt BILLIARD TABLrS in OREGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them
T JI E B A 11 1 S S VPPLIKD
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and bourbon already
famous Whi-.kics and Punch.
A I -SO, A NO. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, 187-:lf
L IE ' G C L f 1 BAKERY.
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
XyAVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
1 .JL. ty of choice
The R.ikery will be constantly snpplicd
C A N D I E - AND NUTS.
All of which wi'l be sold at living rates.
KetiH inber that we uo net sell goods at
Also, please bear in n.ind Ihat it takes
money to do business.
To the fanning trade we would say, CASH
f. r you. produce, and CASH for our poods.
(oods ueliveietl lo all paits ot e ci;.
Feb, HI, l-7:tl"
: I FALL AND WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
ROOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &C.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kinds bouzht. for which I
pay the highest maiket price.
If rou desire irood Goods, at LOW Pric s.
eaii at 1. sellin.ps.
stock of Spring Good:
and examine hisfiesh
j GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mr Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
Arril 14. U7!:tf
-j T X "XT Tr V? T ?C1 would call
1V11 IV IjL- kJ the attention of
T achers anil Amateurs to Kixkkl's New
Metiiod rou tiik Rkkd Okkax and M ei.ookox,
which we will i-sne about September First.
This work is pronounced superior to all oth
ers T its c!a-s by Teachers who have exam-
iced it. It ci-ntains a clear and simple course
of iiistruc'.ion whereby an one may easily
aequil c the mas'.ery of this favorite Instru
ment, with a few month's study. It will al
1 TTTT? wavs be a foi vor-
V J 1j X JlJlIIj ite'work with the
Teaclu-r, on account ol its clearness and sys
tem.ttie progression ; more of an amusement
than a ,t "'i'fv the Pupil, and will prove a
titiiif of we'ill'i to the Amateur, on account of
(he uianv choice Melodies, Songs, etc., that
Mr. Kinkel has selected and a rranj-ed ex
pressly for this work. Hinkel's New Meth
od will be mailed, post-paid, on receipt of
Address, J. L. PETERS, Li0 R.raZwav,
S nd 30 cents for ti e lute-t number of
PETERS' HUSICAL M NTIILY
and you wi'l ret at least ?t w;rth of our lat
est and best Vocal and Instrumental Piano
il usi .
September Oth, P,7"2. m2
ungt nd ever affect'on of the Th cat.
! Lunirs ; nd Chest inc i'.din2 i'o.vsi'vrn
VI:' Iialstm of AIM Ch rrj
. does net r.' u a ( ougr, mit m se i".
j i lcar.se-the lurgs, nd jby5 -r t.iti n, '
t emacirg'tk ca t of tie con -'aii-t N n
g. n one io less ign-d I. icr s !r f'
by Slth W. Fowls Fon,j. 'o- ' So. h'
( R EDiKOToy. Ho5tet;ee.V Co , Sua F.&ac.aco,
acd by detlts general!
JCSTAHLISIItlD - -
of Oregon City, and the Willamette
VitlRy , that he in still on hand, and doing
business ou the old luctto, that
'A imbl Sii-Ptnre bctlcr than Ck
SIov Sfiilli ji.
I have just returned from Sn Franueor
where I purchased one of the
LARGEST and BEST SELECTED
Stock of Goods
ever before offered in this citv ; and onsbU
in part, as follows :
Boots & Shcca, Clothing, Dry Gcfih,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of eveiy
Eescription, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oils
Sash & Doers. Queens-0
Chinaware, Stoneware, Platedware,
rjcalisies A styles,
Clocks & Watches la
dies & Gentlemen's Furn
ishing Gccds, Fancy Notions
of every description.Patent Med
icines, Hope, Farming Implements
of all kinds, Carpets. Mattings,
Oil Cloth, V.rall Paper, &c.
Of the above list, I can sav my stock Is th
MOST COMPLETE ever ottered in this mar
ket, and was s'ected wiih -sceiaI care for
tl.is inarU. t. All of which I now offer for
sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No nse for the ladies, or any one else, to
think i t going to Portland to buv ponds for
I am DE1EK.VJINE1) TO-SELL CHEAP acd
not allow myself to be
ISBERSIJLD I. THE STATE OF CREGOX
All I ask, is a fair chance ard quick pay
men ts. P.eliev ng, as I do, that uineieta
years' expei ience in Oregon Citv enables me
to Knew ihe reqirements of the'trade.
Coa.e one !:nd all, ur.d ssce for vourstlra
that the eld stand of
THOMAS CHARM AN
cannot be beat in quality or price. It wcu'd
be useless for me to tell you all the advan
tages I fan oflVr you in the sale of goods, as
eveiy sfwre that advertises does ihat, and
probably you have been disappointed. All I
w ish to sav is. come arid see and examine
!or yoursei ves, for I do not wish to makennv
mistakes. y,y object is to ti ll all my old
friends 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 patrcnaet)
h c : c t o f v r e b es t o v. e d .
THOS. CHARM AN,
Main street, Oregon City.
t5-?Lcj;al Tenders and County Script
taken at maiket rates.
".":0,0G0 R.s wool wanted bv
EEAL ESTATE, EEAL ESTATE-
JACOB STITZtL, C. C. W AT.
o JACOB STITZEL & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO STITZEL & UPTON.,
REAL ESTATE .
Carori-cnt and Ynfcltingtoii S.t
FORT L AND. OREGON.
Special .-.ttention given to the sale ol farm
irg lands and city property. All corres
pondence relating to the recoiirces of Ore
gon will Le promptly answer ed-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of charge to
JACOB STITZEL k CO.
March 15, !R7.::tf
3 JH T
DR. HUFELAN D'S
C E L E R R A T E D
S "W I s s
The Firt and most healthful Tonfe
cov introduced in the United States..
These Bitters have
been in the San Fran
cisco Maiket for over
notwithstand nsr the
many new candidates
for public favor, the
sales have constantly
TAVUlll S HEX
EEL, Sole Agenter
40'.) and 411 Clay St.,
San F'rancisco. Ii6-ly.
The unders'ened, havfnat increased the dt
mensions of hrs premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this method to inftWm his old pat
rons, and manv new ones as mny be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
nmpleronqa. good material, end the very
best of mechanics. f build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and tnrn out all
complete any port cf a vehicle from a eom
mn crt to n concord coach. Try me.
EiacksmitI Ing, Hnr or Oa lfoiifr. and
General jobbing aiMO", nirkly nd cheap
ly dcae. ?AVipPMirn.
OrpoiSte EiCf.'sior Maiktt
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