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Public Speaking - i
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lrcsulcntial Klcetor, Will i
1 . citizens of this OO'frify, j
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. of the best speakers in tins i
1 we hope the house will
si nie. am
of Oregon City :
t!) lbllov.-miT avtu-lo
0 l,i Gwntlie Com-
lative to our Cit, llO.U Uic
,erriil J''j-'rtcr, ptlt)ll?iea at ,
1-iml Itsavs: j
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ritv recentlv we were
VK""S r:fi?1 i liecti Uuarious !
u, rt ..i Imndreed others !
"r" ;n i-, 'due reason, be reduplicated j
' ,, 'r w i-.'s and nc-ssilies become !
lhCrn-Sried iii"o.tr Kruwinjr commercial j
,,,?,.:.-. ' ( ,vT(,n City has a water power i
.l.ii..rl5 t ru
is more than
in extent nit- - i
. .i . ... -t ..r tiin St. ite mh.1 nf :i !
ex-tent tue comouieii
,,rt-ers oi Lie ...........
imcessity lie will m a lew years become ,
. ..mi nen 1 1 V
Uie III i:iili:ii;uinn iJ'incu
.i . .!,.,. iTu- furt.t.anrt: it needs naught
ftfit jiaueni. willing
fm: ... ...?r..(r until Hill .t:it( !l:t
aiivd a pop.uauou o. u.. uo . . , - ;
l.v!,;tan s, w.n..,i . '
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i.u.le m.uiilest to the mos. ,iouoiu,g i uoiu- , t.d u Jn a accayed and dangerous con-li-h,
in i tit- land. I lion. L'pon their report the Steamboat
went t iroutT'i i 'e wor cs or me ;
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( ' rv ViooUeii are .naiiuiaci u - ;
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ing Co..MHaUO I., me v-. gnu ........ p j
t Oil! I"
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U'. . ."II. V. nil i, I UU ,
d!v conducted us from
v. '.'..re il.e in ttei ial was received iii tin
(i coin v. ..- W ... il MI.V-
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ma- i ,
lil'isi inuicitie uiei iuue.si.-i i o o m j
- confTuc-iou. t where in the final- i
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ill) micK'-is. inns. i.i:ui!is I j 1 1 1- !
Salmon Kits. etc.. i.-i endless j
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vri-tv and ol itie niosi laumess emusiruc- j
ti.i t'j which the Oregon and Califor.iia j
lr k' ttJc'-s kindly, ami the Company tin 1 j
liiilittiWy in keeping up wi ll their orders, i
'rj,,.-r Wood -ii ware is in oue sen: e. China j
wre. a it.t nit i.ini. ii 1 1 ii in ... ii ic. m it
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ii the inevitable Cinramau
is here !
; M'l'Ce. .1S I l . t" . ' .1. l.i llj . liii-l. lliril
i :i-liiiti'Ui. lii'c obliged to compete wiui j
ih.il kind of labor in the Cai iloruia man i
'taking leave ot this enter-
hich is a great credit to its owners.
who have proven beiicfao'ors lo the Suite.
as well as. we trust, to tneiiiseives. we
n r: visit the Imperial Mills, a few feet
ipstant. but not finding any one in to es
cort us over iteir extensive iii.l's. we con
eluded to defer a descrip'.i":! tillsom.
o'iier time; but we noticed that it is a line
m il .-ami thev secured to be running in i'u 1 1
furct; We were next escorted ikrouifb o
tlir in i'.;niiic'.i iit oob-n .jidd jca'.i U
here. Gl'he Cmupaiiy is known as the Ore
go:! Ci.v Wool.-ti Mauufa-o'uring Coiiijiany.
un-Qheir goods have almost a orid wide
i u J'
anions Stewart, i.ie
Oi ilrv go., .is men. rmi lontt ago ga
mi order fur a large (uuuiti'y ot their
i'.-avi.t b lat'.U el -3k. iV'h.cii Welched thlfty
Ji'MiUili pel" pair.
'w' t'fie 'o.ui'.e.iug is coiistrnc'ed of in irk
uf'.er the style of the best and late! East
ern designs, and is iive stories ii. height,
i.. eluding the basement. It has. we re
c u.ect. till sets of. io!U. wi.li all
t';e aec.uup a living icacduni'ry in propor
lion, ;ll v.; tie. b'-sl in veil I ioii. and has
j s' in !i;iri- Es-.Muhborhood of a ipiurter of
ittniiuin id' di. liars. T'e.' (omjutny eni
p ifv l"i) . pel a' i v t s i p. a U i he ot i '.riiui i's
a:el consume a-.r.iu.iKy ! ' ) .O-i-J lbs. f
wool. The'V have a. t'nil stork ot' raw ma
ten il on hand, ami ih .'lr u-rv i;i m .-r
in; '.he mti'ket and s'.i ic 1-. 1 it ; on .-:!.!. s
Mm stamps '-I'.eni as .if true !,;". :i-s c
biliiv. and h is been much lo the bem-lii
( regiui t'ii v as well us t ) their em
gloves in th.-di s.edy working pi'.-gr.tmnn .
i.s cbiel ..v nets are !he Jacob iiros.. Wm.
S. La id and I.-a iirwn. all mare or le.-s
l.nowii to the busiue.-s coiniiiitriilics of the
CV.'e next visited the OiCgO'l Cpy Mills.
M .l.er. .i.s: shall i.V ( o.. proju ndoiv
h . . 1 1 ,i 1 1 '.l i a ii. i ij ' I
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p. ..'-Hi in" city
t and Westward
of and wishin a
te . i-e
the Fit sl. F.:
We iiieet HO
jili.lli.':; lUriVA- o! tli Woobui 1'.
i built- -the U.:t tA'ti !oi i 's
U tss; Ve
'.dls of rv'.olie. Which iiii
canied b, r
li 'H: i !.e he i
jo. Is uf t;l and
';;:.'' and from theiice three stories of
hi It k. wi
ir.ves it a substantial and
tticarance. Hit ground plan
IS . l',0 leet
and it is tile neatest and
we have vet seen in the
S.a'.r. i: t;.is five run of stone, four ot
wloch have been cu stantiy ru a ni n g n ig h t
-n 1 day br the past (our weeks (excrpt
in; Sun.l.i v a ti;e prop: ietors I ve large
ruers and contracts for Flour to fill
inch neccssi : n "T's this unusual activity.
Iro-lr Flr.iH- ban achieved a repijtation
fcind to li'i.ue. and siatids emj'ha : icai 1 y
st t!. head ( f I li i list of the best brands
in the Sta'.e. They have agencies and
caMomera c?t every important landing
town from Portland dow n the Columbia.
Puget Sound and Victoria, and consign
'"ite quantities to San Francisco, by
tgii sieainer, on orders ahead ot deliv
eries. Tliev have agencies also in New
V rk and Boston. Their power is con
ihicled from the (. S. Co.'s Bo-it Basiu in
i i;n lorground b irrel ttibe.md strangers
re generally mystified as to where die
a'.t-r comes from. It is owned bv
firm in fee simple, js equiviilent to cighty
tirrse imwer and is a motor which, for
eay cuii:rul and unlaiiing volume, is not
'o he excelled in the State; and it would
annear fVni.l Ih., I .nl iiiuj tl... r.i'ntirii.t.iiM
(J . -IUIII l-v, l.H.1,111 .i .III III! ui. iwo
hv- f.- - i . i .. . ...t.
'"' iw iviiij; rttiti giiiiuiiig v ueai. i
packing and shipping Flour, ic. that the !
Mill c.iii be run at less cost than any !
-li'T in the State, which, th.
fore, gives j
'i'ern quite an advantage
over liieir com-
f utors. The miiicr. James M. Welsh, is
Ut of the Sacramento Mills of S icrc:n-:i-oi
f. and seems a goatlem ta thoroughly j
tpialiiie,! tur the position. Mr. Thomas
NfWflL ot the late Standard Mills, being !
b ? a--s:stant. The mill 1ms been turning j
oat. lor each twenty four Louis' wotk :
J,iing the last month, two hundred bar- :
r''ist,t Lxtra Flour, and thirty barrels of '
uperi- Fine, that being its ' regular ca. j
!,:u'l!y- ll has cost SPJ.0.1). and alto- 1
i-t..iii is a credit to its proprietors, the
ti'v ami the State.
v r iniiiiig oiir time and sace soinevhat
i-u.ited . we will return again to the work
!',' revifwing the many othecmauufactur
' tstablisninents 0f Oregon City on
j''!nt- ,u,S?l" occasion, merely remarking
'at Uiere is room for the development of
a.utj muiiiifacturies of the kind we have
p."".. ' a,i Wt"H as many others ia this fain
, 1 hUle city, wliicli was such when Port-
was the h mat of wild animals.
aa.. e notice the following ;
wi 4il- in ft t..n,!.AA 4 1,.. r:.xT
'"ft during the week- Jii.lo-,. Win
' ;.,n?- J. N. Dolph. .-. c. (Jibbs. Prose
.'""g Attorn, v liniii,,,, n n.n !.!..
all of Portland; Mr. Ford i
our'. "'n: 'B")r-riic of Hiiisboro: from
oi,'.! - ;,,
t aicssrs. ('has. E.V.irren. F. (). ;
1 i'il.es and W. 0. Johnson. ;
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OUntv C,,,,... f, ,. v - i .
Monday. ..i,., ;
'liar luQithly tu-
y Council will be Lcil n-vt Mon- !
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Dr. j. g. Holland's evv novel, "Arthur
JJonnicastle,'7 begins in Seribner's for No-
vt.invf ibe initial number of another
vnlmiiH of the ina-razine. ft will h,. a V-
England story, in autobiographical form.
in nit opening enapter tue inro describes
a notable event of his childhood, and iu-
troduces the render lo some curious char-
ucters. the exquisite lesrn by
The exquisite desiirn bv Miss
.11. nL- r. tr-h ,!.. .. I ,1... I.,,.,,,! f
histallmeui, is itself a story ai.d a poem
Holland's editorial contributions; U
tin t lt'Cj itt r, inn hm -i a nfn-u . v i 1 1-
u 1 I k. iv . : . . i n - i
niiwi U.-5UIVI. i;i iu liL's Oi u,e i lint ' lie
discusses ' I ere Iiyacititbe's Marriage,'
uitu lit- siioujjij' ueieuu-, - n oervice
iMoruy' " Prayers and Pills," The Out-
; siuers, ana - llie rower of the Athima
! tive." The first article of the number is
a profusely illus. ; rated paper by Mi us Edna
Dean Procter, on - Northern Ilus.-i i and
jjt. Pe;eibur-." E. W. sturdy, an officer
of the L S. Navy, describes most vividly
'' h: Lirao-nato at Atnea,'' and the il-
l-,s,ra''-ns f ibe article are siipiub. An
i,iu ,vsti,.- feature of this number is a
group of five poi-ms by five celebrated
vo;inin - poeisf (.linsuua Lr. Kos.se 1 1 1. II. 11..
Tl,.. ...... XI.... i 'l i
--'"a inater. .Mrs. A. V. I. imney. and
VMelh Akers Allen. Kale larkma s
Eliza Wood, is far
"ouvt - " aseia-e magazine siolies ot ttie
IV i'1 contains passages of rematkable
onginahry and power; and Hiram Kich's
'"Tictoia DeScil" is a r,uiut and- witty
'l m Basin. The bu.-in of the Steain-
boa t Com nan v at this nl;ie. h:i hiiciunp
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vol ten ;CIUS :ue mtertaiucd by proper-
tv owners that unless there are sine re-
pairs made before the river raises that the
enure work will be wash a why this winter.
A C()lilllliUt.e compoStHl of mechanics, ap-
pointed bv the City Council.exaiained the
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work uuiiuir ine .summer, an 1 reoort-
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Comnany were noutied of the lacts in the
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ease, and also ihat unless thev in ike sub-
slaillij , ,VouUr bi heUl re.
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S1""olV V S winch may be
nnsutiuv-u mm i ouuuuig properly lHiinen-.
! Should this basin wash awav wli.ui it U
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iiui oi w.ti.ei, i.ie .i.iioiiiiL oi uamage u
will do cannot be e.-tiuiated. We call the
attention of those interesied in this mat
ter again and would urge upon ih-in so
make the proptr repairs. It may be the
cause of saving i great deal of property
by attending to the matter immediately.
I he Company will not be able :o dead
iijTiiii'i'.nce ol its condition. They have
been noiilied by property holders and
i others who know the rotten condition of
the work, and they should heed these
warnings before it is too late.
Chimin K IU'zisy.h. The foilowii g
criiuiii il business was, returned by the
Gran I Jurv tliis wek:
u urder iii ii
John Gordon: indic'.ed lor
" sec i.ivi degree.
Robert Jenkins; indicted o:i
'.wo ch-are., one for an assault wiih a
(badly weapo i and the other with an ai-
li l l it:i ime.r. in kui.
ite vs. Jvh
vve; indicted for lat
S ate v
. .itidrew Wylanl; indicted for
j.e i"ivoual property oi ainnh
s. John li-e; indicted (or lar
aking into the store of J. M.
'the Grand Jury was discharged yster
d a v .
Shooting Ai tuav. A shooting
i ccui'ied in this place last Tuesday
letween lloiu-tt Jenkins an 1 J. Wort-
man, l'!, Ibniiei dohi the lioot!ng.
There WHi' none li ti !i woi . Is. passed be
tween the parties- iu relation U; a matter
of a private character, when Jenkins shot,
it '.oi itnan twice, standing within four or
live ice- if l-i'H, neitiliT shot tttkillg eilect.
if !' -i:e -A',-i :sed through the right
i:i"i ri Mr. ', .'s coat, and struck the
o icK wao ijei
l- li.i b-j- i wo i:.
e iorbe.r go
Lot k The
place ;; progre:
pledau. 'i -i ,
;i l him. As Mr. Jenkins
c'ovn'.s for the olfence,
i:; i:.to the tlctaili uf the
ik on the Locks at this
g very rapidly to com.
i not the ? light est doubt
by tht Coiiioi.'iy bii;
coin pleied iiy ;lie 1 si. ol
be a iiio-t in lguiilceiH
U'l-.v e:i 'crtaincii
what they vi!i t t
Jai.iiiry. It will bt
piece of work w h e-i
eouinleleil. and u
: oiv.iu ticcd 1'iina
similar v.o,-: k i:a ' 1
if not superior, to any j
de,, ee ot Joseph Eioiiay. re-i-llng in
Harding's precinct, was destroy ed by tire
last week, with all the household goods.
.Mi'. Dionay was absent from home at the
time. It is supposed lo have been the
M(trl; of an incendiary.
Thanks. .Messrs. Mu;k ILttton and
Joseph jllonay have our thanks for a fine
lot of fresh vegetables. These gentlemen
have been engaged largely in the vegeta
ble business, and have taken great- pains
to procure new varieties, of wliic-h they
prop(SJ to sell seeds next spring.
The Tribwie sti'es that Dr. Muhlenberg,
Fiiiied States Collector of InUrnal Rev-
r i 1 . . 1 r ... .
i eune ul uanctuster. i a., arrcsteu tor ;iu ai-
! tetnot to bribe a judge of election to cotn-
1 mit a fraud upon the hallo box against,
j Duckalew is ii biothor-iu law oi Senator
i Simon Cameron
I Cn ct'iT Cot'iit. There is considerable
biiiiness before the Circuit Court this
term, and it will probably not get through
imetime next week.
F a i : k w l, i , i . C t . t S e n a t o r
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Mis a farewell cail vesterd-u
for Washington on the steamer which sai's
from Porlland to day.
AiiMirrito to CIrtzt:sltti,. James Duffy.
Frederick Set vers and Patrick Mellow
were admittetl to citizenship by Judge
Upton last Wednesday.
Mkktix':. A meeting of the stockhold
ers of the W. F. C. & L. Company, will be
held at their ollice, ia Linn City, on the
amoii'j; horses has broke out in Xew
York which has thus far bai'llcd
the skill of horsemen, to either as
ccrtuii.'t the natuie. of tiie tlisea?e
j or to litid a cure. Uvertilty tliou-
sand liorscs vveic taken down s.t
one time. There have been, no
deaths, but thev become useless as
as thev take sick. At last,
, l, ,i;.no w--i in tl.t ,1,.
crease, and horses were airain used
on the street cars, which, had been
There is no provision in law that
allows votes counted in the Presi
dential election direct for the Can- j
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(lltlULC'S LIlCMI'Ul US, IIL'IICC lMTOUS :
tilJ - S...1VJV . V. . t , L V. .1 VVlllIb 't I ,
must vote lor Electors.
without Electoi'3 Oil should not be !
, . . !
countctl in. thy retura.i-.
The Southern States Almost a Unit
tor fireeley-Cheeriiijf News from
Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin.
Quite a number of .Southern Politician-
cnys a Washington dispatch of Oc(. 11. j
have been in this city during the past few j
days anxious to learn something of the I
political situation. They bring cheerino- j
news from the South, which is corrobora- I
tei from ether sources. There is no
doubt that Greeley will carry cverg
Southern State except S.-uih Carolini and
Mississippi, and advices received from the
la'ter State gives assurance of a Liberal
triumph in November. This will give
Greeley 120 electoral votes certain. Gen.
Ciiiigman, who left North Carolina to
night, says there is no doubt of that State;
that about fifteen per cent, of the white
vote which did not go to the polls in
Augu: t will come out on masse for G reelev.
Mr. Detrees is confident that Indiana will
go for Greeley, and advices received from
Senator Trumbull give both Illinois nnd
Wisconsin to the Liberal column. The
German vote, which is the balance of
power in both these States, is said to 1 e
solid for the Liberals. With New Yo;k
and Connecticut certain, and New Jersey
reasonably so, there iseertaiuly no reas n
for any despondency on the "part of the
The disturbances in Pope county. Ar
kansas, according to advices received to
day, huve been peaceably settled. The
carpet-bag scoundrels who provoked the
people to retaliatory measures were so
badly frightened by the storm they raised
that diey begged prominent Democrats to
mediate lor Ueia I hut tey might not be nothing there, is I.ke leather fastened togedi
driven from the State. This is an admis- er by CABLE CUEW W1KK. Boots and
sion on the part of the Clayton party that j Shoes made in this way never rip, or leak or
they were in the wrong, and the people are
saved the Urruis ol martial law.
Organize and V.'ork.
We would impress upon the minds of
Democrat and Liberals, says the Em. the
necessity f perfect org miz ition and ap
peal to them to make ;io ir'Ht- effort to
wrest the State from the hands of Radical
ism. .The contest between Greeley and
Grant is a close one. and one or two
votes in the Electoral College will decide
it. Oregon has three voits. and if they
are cast for Greeley and elect him they
w ill be as good and worth as much as
a hundred votes under the snine circum
stances. They arc certainly worth striv
i:,g for if they are not needed. It should
be a source of great satisfactio i to know
that the vote of the Slate had leen count
ed on the side of honesty and reform; in
favor of correct administration of the
Government. In the future; in favor of
ousting the theive.s now plundering ti e
people: and in favor ..' the. honest, up
right statesman and sehula-. Horace Gree
ley. This alone should be sufficient to
nerve the j a t riot, who loves his country
with tin unselfish devotion, wha desire
h it torm-r pe-ace and prosperity may
come again, and who hopes that the peo
ple of all sections of the I'iiion shall be
united in sentiment and thought, to do
brave de.'ds in the interest and for the
cause of the iighf. livery tine lover of
! liberty, be bo either foreign or native
born be shoul
third; of that which is at
s'ake and do his
voi ves u :ion every
duty a duty that de
voter. If this is done
the result will be favorable o lefot m and
-. i ! .
will vote on i bo side- of justice an .1 right.
Ii ii y lit i: Si-vii'tii.
St Pauls ( Ri.iscopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Seiiwoo.l, lector. Services on Sr.n.lav
at ii!-5 A.M. iind 7 P.M. Sunday Seheid
1st Coneresattonai C'.i a roll
. . . Scats Fn e
.12 o'clock M.
M. E. Church Scats Free.
M'trirt.2 Services lo.fi',
'vW i'lsr Set v'-cs, 7i o'clock.
ialh School at 2 o'cbiek j. in.
J. I. hoi ky, Pastor.
Li this city, October ii i, 1s7j, to the wife
of Mr. II. S." Stevens, a daughter.
a:-:.tj von 'rut: K.TKtiitssK.
Toe folio wing per. sons are authorized to
act as agents for the Kntkh p h tsn :
G'o. P. Boweil t Cc, 4o Park How, New
Co.j. Vvet'ierill Jt Co., GOT Chestnut street,
Abbott .V Co., No. 82 v 31 Nassau street,
Portland. Oregon L Samuel
S:in Francisco, Thomas Bo-.ce
San p -ancisci., L. P. Fisher
St. Helens, Columbia county,. . . . S. A. Miles.
Astoria, Clatsop county A. Van Dincn.
Lafivt-tte. Vaniliill county..,). L. Furpeson.
Dallas. Polk county.. Pave Holmes.
("orvaliis J. S. Palmer.
Can von flit v W. P. Laswell.
D illes, Wascu cocnty N. II. (bites.
La Orande, Union county A. C. Vraig.
Pendleton. I'matilhi county
S. V. Knox
Ecugene Cit v
. J.M. Thorn nson
Cl.lCSAM AS COl'NTY
. . .Frank W. Fost, r.
. . . . He in y M c( i u ;in.
V. Mori land.
I. W. Strawser,
. ..AV II. Van-ban
Z. C. Norton.
Lower Moialla. .
'i'ln- Vv'sii ni tiyj lijs Iccn IIcetlct.
Since the exposure t'f th? alternnts of
certain unscrupiiloiis local dealers, to palm
olf their caarse a-tringents, made from
cheap and impure material-, m place of the
great national tonic, lb sictter's Stomach
Bitter, public opinion has tot strongly
against the-e empirics and their reparation-.
Their occupation is gone, or soon
wi I be. When the lLht is let into decep
tion it soon wilts down. Persons who tri
fle with their own h.-alth, by u sing unknown
preparations, with no guarantee to sustain
them, wdieu an established specific, proven
by twenty years experience to be exactly
what it is claimed to be, is within their
reach, ie sure to repent their temerity.
Many have dope so in this instance, but it
is hoped that the truth plainly spoken has
arrested the evil- In the meantime the de
mand for t' e leading protective and restora
tive medicine of America was never so great
as it has been this sea-on. Troni the fever
and fiie districts of the west, south west,
and south, it is literally ove. whelming, and
it may be said of the advices bom ad parts
i4" the counti v of the cuies it is ellcctmg
dvspepsia, billions ccurpla tits, and chronic
constipation, that "t::eir name is lemon.
Everywhere the sick and feeble set into ha.':e
re diked the importance of "hold ng fast
tiiat which is god." and of avoiding what
is spurious and dangfroas. k
The numerous ' dbtters," under various
names, which mercenary dealers endeavor
to .-ubstitute Lr LLostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, should be avoiued, tor their own saKe.-,
by the sick and the public at large. Hos
tetter's Bitters e pioeurable in bottles
only, and never s'd.i in bulk
!?si.v-c Jdiir UiKtor's liill "When Dr.
WistarsBa;sam,f Wild Cherry will cuke j
coufb?. cold-, bleed! i2 at the luns, and
arrest the felt destroyer. Consumption
! do 'S more tn ir, most nbysicians can u.
The use f a siiurle bottle will atisfy t ie ia
. i i ........ .. i- . l . -
credulous that tLoy
iceu jOvjii ru tui the." lor
tue rt-". u ire J aij-
J5f" Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy pro
duces pei feet cures ef the worst cases of
Catarrh. "Cold in the Head, Coyza and
Cattarrhnl Headache, as hundreds of testi
monials from well known citizens and euP,
nent physicians who have used it in their
practice a'umdantly testify. It is mild,
pleasant and umrrltating. The proprietor
offers SVJO lor a La-e of Catarrh that he can
not cure. Sold by druggists at 50 cents.
Ragge stockings and protruding toes are not
seen on ieec where SlbVLHl TIPS are worn
Parents remember this, they last twice as
long. Fur sale by all dealers.
Mult noma It I,oli;; JVo. 1, A. K.smtl
a A. M. Holds its regular communica
wv'V:,-tin n s on the First and 'I'hir, Xafur
Sifiiy in each month, at 7 o'clock from
the lioth of September to the 2"th ot
March, and 7.V o'clock from the 2oth of
March to the 2'Uh ot September. Ureth
ren in good standing are invited to attend.
Dec.L'o,l S70, hy order of W. M.
In this chaiitablie climate nothing is
more in po'taiit tlmi dry feet; hf-a'tli and
life depend on it ; therefore buy CAULK
SCREW WIRE Boots and shoes never leak
Oregon Lodge So. 3, I. O. or O. F".
--vv-Meets every Thursday even
4pS "g at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Wr" Han, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By' order . -". Ci.
LofTjfc J o. X, O. O. F1.
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y K 'EXIXGS.
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree aie invited to
To protect the understanding of humanity
FT the very bet photographs, go to Liad
ley & Ilnlofscn's (JuPerv without STAIRm
Zr ASCEND IN Tin: ELEVATOR, -12a
Montgomery Street. San Franobro.
falls eca;ip:.ii;t ao.i, i . o.
F Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
1TCST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each month. Patrnrchs in good stand
ing are invited to attend.
Feb. t. ls72-tf
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Wj t.t. oi ktt k E.m.i.s Lock Com-1-anv,
will be h.-ld at the Company's office,
in Linn City, Oregon, at ten o cloek, a. m.,
Xovi"it!cr Kill, IS-.
Bv Older of the Pre-ident.
' JNO. N. KINO, Secretary.
Linn City, Or., Oct. '2, ls7'2. it.
VLL PERSONS INDIUM KD TO ME ARE
hereby notified that I have placed my
accounts ia the ha: ids of 'J '. licet ur Cji ii i-J:c'-1,
;it MPwiiukie, who is instructed to
make immediate collection i,f the same.
1 r.-ous indebted to rue will i l -iise nettle
up. L-sAAC 'CAD AN.
. Milwaukie, Oct. i:.", 1S7. nlw:l
i'iirent. reduce your Shoo Bills
tiro thirds by buying
Jj uU ilia .l.infij.J
for ' our children.
Good Cable Screw
rgi i y rno?'i;i
Hit via A?ii Umn'sS.
. u W i O; ,
City Property For Gaic.
THE GREATEST LMU'l'E.ME.MS EVER
Oi'Pi:OS2-:$lTY BN OUECJOX CITY.
C CONSISTING OF FOPB LOTS GOOD
J Dwediiig, with seven rooms ; (bind Or
chard ; and ;;u npeiu;d led Wi ll uf water; all
in good repair, a ml situated in the most sight
ly and healtcy portions (:f the city; Title
pei feet; which I offer for sale cheap, being
desirous of leaving the city.
For particulars enquire of
KUOKNL LA FOUIIST.
at Thus. Charmau's store.
Oregon City. Oct. 2.".th fs72.
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
PEA LEI! IN
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES,
COFFEE, TEA -, SUCrAK,
FLOFR AND MEAL of all kinds,
PICKLES, SO P. SALT,
CANNED Flit: ITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Frec-h Fruits and Vegetables.
BUTTE P. CHEESE and F.GCS;
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
All kinds of country Produce taken m ex
clmnirc f"r tmiTs at the highest market rates.
?"Goods delivered iu the city free of
C'airge. A fair shfue of patroaare solicited.
March '2;i, lS72:tf
LIVE A XI) LET LIVE!
THE CEEGCX HTi HACK XI) BRAY CO.
-W Tf- t t-T V - TT-riTl tn!-, Tl. .
I .1 I l.lll 1 L litll.A.l.li XlltS k.j-
fi fl l.iverv .StiiM.- fllill Kilslr. S.: 4.
ol Mess.s. Willis ,t Bitot .; iiTON', -iKcV
and the Drays, Horses and Business of C. N.
GiiLKNMAS. ate now prepare! to carry ou
K IZ l S T A lilK.
We will also deliver slab woo l to all those
persons to whom Willis t Bruuuhton have
eiiiiage.l and as many more as will engage
slab wood from us, so far as we can get a
Ordcs left at the Livery Stable for Wood,
Praving or ILo.lin. will be at tended to with
ri'sii itch. PatMinaue in oar several blanches
of 'biisiiKSs s.jlie tt:.;.. Our Cliaics siali
ftiTThe Highest Ca-h Price paid for Oats
delivered at- the Stable.
C. N. GREKNM.VX. P.esident,
J M. F U A Z E R, Secretary,
Of O. C. II. & D. Co.
Crcgon City. Aag. 2.", 1.2. f-
VOID QUACKS. A victim f e.nlv m
J. discrcti-n, causing ntrvous debility,
r.remature decay, &c , h.,ving tried in yam
!; ! cverv ail ve. Used remedy,! as a simple means
't : ". . i. . ..-ill fi op tft lim
which he w'll
I fellow-s-.dlerers. Ad lress J. 11. REEVES,
! 7 Nassau t., New York
i p. I:ly
. JUST RECEIVED BY
CHAIiliES If. C AUF1 :i.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF COODS,
consisting iu part of
iu part of
LADIES' AND CIIILDREfi' SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, &c, &c.
All of which I will sell at the LOWEST RATES. Give me a call before purchasing else
where, auU convince yourselves that 1 CAi mud W ILL SELL as cheap as the cheapest.
CIIAS. 11. OA U FIELD,
CORNER MAL AND SEVENTH STREETS, OREGON CITY.
L i N 0 Q L NB A K E R Y,
W8LLSAIV1S &. HARDSTJC,
HAVE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE
ty of choice
TL Bakery will be constantly supplied
UREA I), CR CK EPS,
CANDIES AND NUTS.
All of which will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not sell goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
money to do business.
To the farming trade we wonld say, CASH
for you. produce, and CAIl lor our goods.
(Joods delivered to ail jiarts ot e city.
Feb, lfj, lS72:tf
O X, H2 G- O N
BUSINESS DIRECTORY !
ri"MIE I'NDEUSIGNED WILL COM MENC E
JL tolieitiug for a
Business Directory of tlie State
OF OREGON in a few days; and, to make
it successful, respectfully request the co op
eruti&u of peisons interesed in the wePare
of the country. The State has now reached
that posbion when a yearly summary of her
progress is necessary, bence the value of a
work which will, in a condensed form,.
Coiiibiii: nil )I;ilti'rs of Public lutcnsU
The work in contemplation will embrace a
General Sketch oHke Slate, !
TS PHYSICAL ASPECTS,
And all other subji cts on which it formation
The work will be illustrated with sketches
of some of the leadh'g" prominent scenery i f
the State, and its compilation will be dnder
the charge of
J. MOItTMEII MURPHY, Esq.,
w hose recent work on Washington Territory
lias been highly commended by the press
The Business Directory
OF EACH TOWN AKD CITY
Will bo Complete
And that, with sketches if each place, should
make it invaluable tQjihft merchant, Farmer
AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM, it will be
THE BES'iryet introduced in the State, as it
will lie of such importance that it will always
be retained in a prominent position for refer
ence. The iturc of Advci'listng w i.l be as
ONE PAGE. . .
Advertisers taking one page will receive a
copy of the book grati .
TRICE of the work will be . . .$2.50.
The book will be ditributed on every route
of travel and public place in the country.
S. .T. McCOnMK'K, Fi?15sler,
I5 Front Street, Portland, Or.
October l-5,. 1572.
FALL AHO WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
ROOTS AND SHOES.
1 1 A R I) WARE, GROCERIES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kin Is bought, for which I
pay the hiubest market price.
If rou desire srood Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stfiek of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mr Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
P ROE ITS.
Ardi li. U7' .t
CONFECTIOrJERY SALOGN !
LOUIS SAAL, - - - Proprietor.
Corner of Fcuitli utl Ulnlu Slrccls.
I?RESII OYSTERS SERVED IN ANY
style desired. Confectionery of every
kind constant' on hand.
I manufacture all my own s'ock, which is
sutlicient guarantee tfiat it is fresh and pure.
Call if want of a good cup of -oiI"t e, lea,
or -lio-olne, or anythin in my line.
Oregon City, September (J, lS7'2:tf
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Main Street, Oregon City-
Best BILLIARD TABLES in OR EG OX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them
T II K B A Ii 1 S S UP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbou aireadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
also, a xo. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, lfe72:tf
REAL ESTATE, EEAL ESTATE-
JACC11 ST1TZEL, C C. W AY.
JACOB "STITZEL & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO STITZEL A UPTON.,
A K 1
Cor. Front and Washlngtun Sts.,
P 0 R T L A N 1) t 0. R E G ON
Special attention given to the sale of farm
iiiLT lauds and city property. Ail corres
pondence rc!a'inr to th-e recources of Ore
gon w ill be promptly auswered-
REAL ESTATE JOURI-TAL
Pul.lished monthly. Sent free of charge to
JACOR STITZEL A CO.
March 15, 1872: tf
vi 11NTT.7A r
TO THE CONTINUED ILL-
of the Proprietor. Leon DkLockv,
the IJarnum Re-tnruut is offered for sale. To
any one wishing to engage iu this business,
a bargain is offered.
Oregon City, Oct. 1, 1S72.
rJ? XX K j3 e rr
;C E L E R R A T E D
Th? First and most healthful Tonic
ev or introduced in the United States.
These Hitters have
been in thean Fran
cisco Market for over
Twnity Ycnm, and
notwithst mdincr the
many new candidates
H for public favor, the
ti sale liave const ;ntly
HTAVIAUt & UFA
fi r:iL., Sole Agents,
8 4"0 and 411 Clay St.,
g San Francisco, i't'-lj
CII AS. E. WARI.EK.
HO EL AT & WARREN
Attorneys at Lav,
office eriARMAx's uarr k, main stkeet,
OREHON CITY, OREGON.
March 5, ls72:tf
F. BARCLAY, Tfi. R, C. S.
Formerl- Sur-jeon to the Hon. IT. Ii. Co.
3."5 Vcars Eijitrlcnfe.
rfcACTICTXGiaiYSICIAX AND SUKGEON,
Main Stre t, Orrf-on t il-,
JOHfiSOfJ & McCOVN
ATTORNEYS .XD COQ'SELORS AT-LAW,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS
of the State.
J3yPpccial attention grven to cases in the
U. S. I and Ofncp at Oregon City.
April 5, 137L':tf
NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Ofejon C.ty, Jaa 13:11.--
ESI At LI&liED - - - i '
DESIRES TO IN FORM .THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City, and the Willamette
ValLy, that I.e. is still on band, and doiujf
business on the old motto, that
"A SImlile 'Ix-Iin-e is letter titan
I have just returned from San F raccisco,"
where I pui chased cue of the
LAIH; SIST and BUST SErKCTEI
btock of Cccds
ever before offered in this city; and consist
in part, us full jws :
Scots & ShccE, CfotSlEg-pEiy Gocds,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every
Description, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oils,
Eash & Docrs.Qtieeiis
Chinaware, S?oneware, Plated ware
qualities & styles, -Clocks
& Watches La
dies & Gentlemen's Furn
ishing Goods, Fancy Hotions
of every dcsenpticn,Patent Med
icines, Ecpe, Farming Implementr
of all kinds, Carpets. Mattings, O
Gil Cloth, Wall Paper, &cj
m? "I-ie?.,TT.,ist' 1 can Fav y stof k
MOM COMPLETE ever Mil-red in this mar
Ket, and w as sleeted witfe (njarialrurefor
I U, n..!at, 11 of wLich j now fcffsr for-
sa;e at the
Lowest Market Rates
No use for the ladies, or anv one else, t'
think . f going to Portland to'buv pocds for
I am L L 1 LR.MlNEJj TO SELL CHEAP and
l ot a low itq telf tu be
lAIiEIiSGLU IX THE STATE GF OEEGO
Ad I ask, is a fair chance aid quick pay
ments. Believnjr, as I do, that niuetfeV
years experience in Oregon Citv ennblw iu'
to Know the reqtrenients of tbe'trude.
Come one and oil, and see for vourselTcs""
that the old stand of
THOMAS CHARM AH
cannot be beat iu quality cr price. It wou'd'
oe useiess tor me to tell vou all the advan
tages I can ofler you iu the sale of "ocd- a
every stoie ihat advertises does Tbit, and
probably you have been disappointed.. All I
w ish to say is. come Hud see 4lnd examina
!or ydiiistlvcs, for I do not wib to niakfjiti-r
mistakes. .My object ,s to t II all mj old
ii lends now that I am still alive, and teir
ous to ssil frauds cheap, for cash, or ou such'
terras as aureed uron.
That,kiiir all for the liberal patro
j. beretoiore bestowed.'
Mam street, Oiegoa City.'
r"Eegar Tenders and County drritit
lake ii at maiket rates.
THOS. CHARM AN.'
:r,tieo lbs wool war, ted br
V CATKINS, AI. D., o
SURGEON, Portland, Okkgc n.
OFriCE-Odd Fellows' Temple, com
t irstand lder streets Residence corner o
Main and Seventh streets.
- VI. F. EIGHFIELD,
Established since lS49,at the old stand.
Main Street, Oregon, City, Oregon.
An Assortment of Watches, J -elry,
and Seth Thomas' weigftt
Clocks, all of which are warramed
to be as represented. n ,
Repairing done on sliwrt notice', '
and thankful for past favors.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
IN MYERS" FIRE PROOF BRICK,
MAIN STUKET, OREGON CIT1. Olf EG OX.
JOIIX M. BACOX,
Importer aDd Dealer in
3255 dZS CTX g&g&
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, ic,
Crpgon Ciiy, Oregon
At Chartnao-4- JVa?-nfr'it old etandilntefy oc
cupied by S. Ackermnn, Main strtel.
DR. J. WELCH,
OFFICE In Odd Fellows' Temple, ' cornerr
of First and Alder Streets, Portland".
The patronage of those desiring snp rir
operations is i-n special request. S'itioiisoa
ide for the painless extraction of tefth.
;?'"Artilicial teeth "better than the bcM
aDd ax cheap a the cheoy.ext.
Will be in Oregon City on Saturdays.'
Nov. rj :! f
A. G. WALLIXG'S o
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Corner of Front anil Alder Srf-'
BLANK ROOKS RULED andBOtNi) to:
anv desired pattern. 0
MUSIC P.OOKS, MAGAZINE, $EV,S-
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every Tariety of '
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE--
lOEflAND, - - GEEGCN:
DEAI'R IN REAL ESTATE' AN li OTHER
INVEST MEMS, q
Crn-imissior.er Selecting Swamp and Ovei
fl r.wed Lands.
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained,
fnr nil kinds of landed property'
Valuable securities transferred in exchaage
for real (state.
Leans negotiated on property, and tjtiM
cxandned and deteindr.f d. q
Cotninis-ionH solicited and execirtcd with
PHHtv and promptnei-J'.
OFFK'E No. 14 Carter's Building, coraaa
of Alder smd Front streets. u
Feb. S, 7C;tf
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TTKTVERSTTY OT HALTFOPUIA.