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TOWS AND tOlXTY.
A Good Yokd koii Our Citizens. We
find the following notice of our city ari'l
citizens, in a recent issue of ;ho Portland
Bulletin, under head of "Liberal Leyond
-.Whatever may be said to the contrary.
It i an tindispntable ftct that the people
of Oregon Cty, in comparison to business
and population, form one of the most lib
eral communities on the Pacific Slope,
This was attested by the gei.erom offer
ings to the Christian Commission during
the late war. It lias been exhibited by
their irepated uprising after dUasU'is of
Hood and lire iu.foruier years, and is
arain renewed by their acts of l ist week.
in which Uiey consolidated a handsome
fund of cadi and laborjto assist the Ore
jjon City MAiuf.tcrni ing Company tore
build the Woolen .Miil.-JrecMit!y destroy
ed by fire. This sum (Sl.KJO) has been
raised ami turned over to, tbe Company,
not so iauchlor its efficiency, but as ato
ken ot the .sympathies and hearty good
wihhes of the citizens, and we are pleased
to know thit the mill will speedily be re
built. Mr. JJ M. Burton, architect of this
city, made several visits to the ruins last
week, and we learn from reliable sources
that no delay will intervene between the
corrrttenrement of the woik immediately
ami its final completion, making ot it a
fiuer establishment in every way ahan the
Steamboat Accuiknts. Monday night,
says the Statesmw-i.- the Fannie Patton
while tied up at the bank at Kola received
d image by the breaking " of a hog post.
We did njt !arn how it was d ine. She
came down here yes erday and went beJ
low. but. was in such a crippled condi
tion that she only took twenty five, tons
from lu re Jaw i The Hioo -Fly had her
(moke st t'.k carried away by he ferry
wire nt Albanv as she came down vester
day morning. The stack rolled overl)Oard
and was lo-d. The Captain however rig
ged tip an old chimney that was once
ued on the old Fultrpi ise and the steam
er went ler wav.
this place h id a
most niBgniticent New
1 ears Uall la-t iuesday evening,
Myers 1111. There were present abmi
fiixtv eoople. The Aurora Strim; Hau l,
corsistio; of ten pieces. furn:.-dn-d the
uiuic f-r t!ie occasion, aiid we but speak
th? universally expresed sentimeiu.
when w s: iy ih.it ii was. the be.t mu-ic
ver ha. I at a Wall in this cry. In fict.
the b ill i'self was th b i' 1 ot w season.
All enjoyed themselves lineiyaud d inced
ttie O.d Year out and New one in. A
li.ie supper was pet by Mr. S.tal. The
whole ulfair was a most splendid sacces-;.
Goim; to fiKitt ii.!. Our citizens will
be pleased to learn the ("jet tht the fac
tory w going tiTbe rebuilt, immedi itely.
We hive tte in!' rrn a'ion direct tnun the
Prosietit of t!ie ("urnntnv. who ie!t here
IjsI Tuesday fr '.he Kt.-Uerji States to pro
cure michinery. We shall soon nai!i
wiineA iu full operation il.e factory which
his liv-come a priJe. not only to mir.ci'y
bll to the State. Tile fablion of this miil
4-kve giued a world "Wide rejiu ta I ion. a::d
we are p!-'v.ed til n i1k t 'ompaoy have
coocool'vi rebuil t at t!;i-N place. No
pVce i:i (,ego:i off-'rs belter facilities
tLju (Oregon A'tt v lor s ueli iusntutions.
IV.sTivinKs. The ci-i:iii) of Oregon
ty observed New leafs in a very be
urn.; miiao- A numner ot ente;-
ni-'ti in id cil'.s duriac: the day. and mo-t
tX vto; houses were prepared tvr receive
vi-itois. ( )wia i the f id t!; u a e,,,,
p ii'li'Ui of tiie day was taker: up by Iiliti)
who ll a 1 intended to til ikeatis iu w.Mch- !
,!.; the ti. si boat pass thKnigli the oel;s.
go id old i:u.-:om was not oh -ei ve.l as
rally as it would have been other
wise. l".ii the c ill t'g. however, was
Jvvty K''!ii'n!. hope it wjil be ob
serv.-i'f'-n 'iaaiii )u As her.-at'er.
Ccnk K isr. Mr. II. Vac -Lis. President
of the ( ireon v Woolen Mnuu'aciurinir
Ctniany.le!i here last Tuesday stvei land
lor the Kis'eru States, for the purpose ot
purehasiug trrichtiV'ry tor the f.ietory. It
is his iuieiitioii i o"" viii. the principal in in
ntaetu' ing T"Y'ab;ishments in t. Kast, ,u,d
procure ooTy il.;e latent improved HI ic Si i !l -ery.
Me cxpewy to be absent about I WO
Uionths. The lac'ory will Ie in running
order, no doubt, by t!e lime the Spring
Clip of wo.rt co:r:es into m irket.
.Acc::ri K!. Gov. G rover appointed
Hans. John U iuteaker. Geo II Helm and;
Iloyd. Prook. s Comm isioto'rs to exatn
ine the locks an I cana ! an I aceepl theiu
n the pi t of iN'Sute. if c.msti uc'ed in
cord-iiee with the provisions of tire
law. Tesie irentlemeTt' examined the
"'urs !.t Sa'urJay. 'e hive not
! .lined what the result ef their examina
tion ws. but have hoard ea--h one id'
them express Ihemselves highli- )!ea.sed
iitti the nnniiicent ivmk ad they Lave
1jo doubt accepted and approved ft.
Rh ki-tions. During the past we.dk
quite a number of our citizens gave re
ceptioa parties. A mong these was one by
-Mr. and 'rs. White, last Thursday even
i"g; Mrs. J. U'TSimti tick, la-t Weiinesdav.
an.l a grand surprise nurty at the resi
dence oi Hon. . w Zl'.utii on ihe same
tiviini'ii .x t 1 . X .-. U. 1 ..... .
i 00.11 mere inus; iuve oeen
-.1.1 ij hersons. The eomnnio
ent at these festivities
all had a grand.
lsrAi.vTioY.- The following officers of
Oregon Lodge No. 3. 1. (). (A 1". were in
stalled iu their respective places last
evening: A. C. lUily. N. (I ; J. I). Lr.cev.
. (J.; v. JI. Tope, U. S.; J. Wort man.
'Treasurer; J. M. t5ayo:i. 1", S. The in
stallation was cnmHcicd by Grand Mas
ter Apperson. After ihe' ceremonies,
idiort and appropriate addresses were
made by Mers. Apperson. McC-jwu.
'rren. Locev. Uarin au-i Noltner
LsrKCf ii.Kx r. 1 he am ateurotroupe
cf this city propose to give another en
tertainment nest Monday evening, on
which occasion will be presented the two
act drama of ",!he Last Loaf,'" and t!;-e
dt j-ii 1 of iljwn by the Si-4."' This bid
c.iu.i.jt fil to ilrir it a full house. Ttie
J.'roceeds are to be iied lo deiray ihe ei- G
peases to which they have been subject.
.and we hoL't-lbey will have a crowded I
r.Rt-KEHAOE. Dy reference to our ad
vending columns, it will be observed tha
Capt J. T. Api-ersoQ basopeued a broker
age ou-.-e Ul pot .v .L. J; where
?may have bu.iiu-,s
to transact with bam.
a numiii.r i,r t-. .
'tic..t gentlemen of this State L
- 'i wui- j
ive been :
,iu ... t;.v ui,nn0Ma,ra,u.CrkliAini)
"those we have had the pleasure of t.hJ
-re. Ju lga A. J. TLayer. of Car -1 , .'
Q iveni ir. John Whttealcer, of L ,r .
I,loyd iJrooi. Co!? Teal. B. Goldsmi-h'
Esi-, of I'orAd. ani others -J'ai'h-
t crv a d'l lo;4l,Uua?y.',y i-uij.ay-. meets next-Monday tnorninj. and under
Igral C.;1;1: the new law, which we believe has gone
tain is a thorop-a reliable man -,.,.i into operation, the Commissioners Court
can Leanby recomuj,.,. j .1.:,., L ... dues uot meet un'il Wednesday.
TIIip LOCKS COJrPLETEDj
The First Boat Passed Throujrh.
The Locks are completed, ard a boat
has pai'd through. On last Wednesday
Cap- Smith received notice from Mr. Cold
smith. -the President of the Company, that
a steamer would arrive lore about;;! 1
o'clock, for the purpose of poSnjr through
the locki. At 17 minutes after 12 o'clock,
the Maria "Wilkin, x small boat, came h
siffht. on board of which were the three
Commissioner? appointed by the Governor
to receive the work on behalf of the State. t
I Gov. GrcVr. Mavor Waterman. Col. Tay
lor of the IPr ill. II. W. Scott. LVp. editor
of the Jlhl'n. Mr. Baltimore of the Ore
nnnla. Capt.KAl!o:r:r. anJ a few other
pnvife.l guests. The boat went into the
locks at the time s'ated above, and was
passed ihfonrrh in one hour anTTorty-five
minutes, and returned and pased out at
the mou'h in an hour. The time necessary
to pass through will be about a half hour
when they get fairly into operation.
There waa.' considerable delay in the open
ing of gates on account of the rubbish ac
cumulated against them, which prevented
them from being opened as readily they
will hereafter. The boat was received
with loud cheers from the large crowd of
spectators who had congregated on the
walls of the locks, which was answered by
three sharp whistles from the boat. Every
thing worked splendidly and we were
taken from the lower liver to the upper
without apparently realizing that we had
been raised at each lock ten feet., C When
the boat-had passed through, and while
turning arovind. Gov. Grovor m-ole a few
congratulatory remarks to the President
of the Company, at ihe conclusion of j
which three' hearty cheers wert given for 1
the Company, ihe Fresident.Col. Teal and
Capt. Smith, and also the Governor. The
large ' assembled crowd - and those on
board were all highly delighted at the
way everything passed o.T, and the occa
sion filled ail present with a realization of
the great lact that the commerce uf the
Wil'.aruette is now free and unchecked by
the heretofore supposed impassible falls.
The occasion was one of great rejoieinrj.
and will be long remembered by those
who witne!tM uie suecessiiil pass tge ot a
boat thro'izh the Willamette Falls and
Canal. Mrs. F. ( . MeCown. of Al.is city,
was ihe only-, lady on board, and has ilie
Conor ot bei'l"; on the fit boat.
The folio i l z is a desetijeion of this
great work :'j The canl is ;u0 feet in
length, 50 feet i:i width, and at the lower
etui -P) feet deep. There are five 1 cks,
each 2 in fee'fin leng-.h and P) teel wide.
One o! tie s,. a eii n d lock, near the sHe
of the old intended to guard against
floods, and prevent Aho !;ig!j water l:om
ovelf! wing 'the walls of the Canal below.
In ordinary stage" of water, this lock
will be led open, therefore boits will not
be de! iye;l ur passing t hrouh. The other
ivtir locks hare each a lilt of ten feet, the
Total fail. Ineft low water, to low water
below ihe fall's. bei::g -11 teet. The cinal
above the falls varies from M to PC) feet
in width, and has a heavy stone wall for
protection again?! Hinds and current. Pe
low the falls, ttie canal lias a wid ll of.".)
leet. a::d is carried across a deep galch.
feet iu length, by a ti!!i;; v! loose
rock. i h an outer stone wall. The walls,
b ill) of the locks and canal are Composed
of heavy in isonry. of L asalt io.Drot k. the
pieces weighing ftytil one "ir two trt;is. At
the lower end ol'Ahe canal, the Cilt is 10
leet deep, through solid
We h ive endeavored t.Vgive an imper
fect description of a most enormous i.n-proveni.'-nt,
which, as it is now complete 1.
has opened lip. In iiti:n;;rru;!ed navigi
lion troni Hie Columtd.i river bar to iln?
head wa'ers of "the Will, iniette river an I
the vast pi t; Pi ils of oo.e of the finest val
leys in the world wi.l hue an easv
and si'e : ra tisi ; '3 w i ; ll in t re li ionieii t .from
our tarne-rs doors lo the sea. I his event j
is the greatest of a'l in the era of Oregon, j
and too Trie h praise cannot be gve'u the
euieri.'iisi:ig m -a who have inverted their ;
eapiial ii tl.is-'great 11 nden aking. The j
locks wi ! s'atid .loog alier i!;is generation
shall have pi-sed away as a monument to j
i lieienterprise and from ''his lime forward j
the peoph of our valley wid realize the J
great l.e;., li; they will teceive troin ihe
com ;! ion. The locks and canal are I
couipie en aTio re.ulv lo pass lioa's
through. u:.d those who were so a:i ious
to predict a failure on the part of tiie
Company to con;ply with the law can now
see it in lull operation, and completed in
a supeiior iiriuuer than toe most sanguine
had ever expected. The people should
jotce. and the New Yeau'.s dav of'Jt'7:5
m ill i;l i:i j iy 10
many yet u nbro n who
w i I f r e c e i v e-1 .' i e b n e 1 i t
of this great ec-
IIo;srAir. J. C. Tiullinger. of
ii.-!iir'ron county, has rais
ed ten hogs, now I S -n-onths rdd. of a
mixed breed, which weigh C.dO'j pounds
or average :jdJ each. Tliey have h d no
extra care, nod are not improved stek.
Wy hope persons, w!n do not consider
Ore-.j agood country to raise hogs will
take n'ttMiiiin Iryin Ikis lact.
Acckitkp. 1 he conditions under which
,tlie subscriptions were made by our citi
zens for the purpose of rebuildinthe fac-"'
tory.C-ere ahat the Company signifies its
aecepuoce-ljefore-jihe Ui f 'next month.
We are rei-;es(od o state that ihe Com
pany does accept. tLio oiler, and will re
Thanks. Our fiiend. A Levy, gener
ously - remembered ) e.s on Christinas and
presented us wi'h a box of fine s: ' irs.
which we have enjoyed and wisheil him
manvh ippv return's of the .same M .v
never grow brss and live to serve uvin
ie nunner for manv years to come.
Hktikxim;. Mr'Kiigene La Forest and
daugh'er are amorg it.e pasongorrin tLe
steamer dueat Foillan 1 fo day. We are
informed thaf his hal'.h showedeno signs
of imjiroveu-.eat. His manv friends will
regret this, as they had hoped a chan-eof
clan ate migbC be bent-iici.il. rj 0
Instai.i.vtion. The otScers of Falls
i:acam,piiv--nl No. L I. O. 0. F.. will be
installed next Titesd iy evening. We
learn that Allison Fneampment of Tort
land, has accepted an invi'a ion to be
present on tiie occasion. An asrreeal.le
t:me mav be expected.
to: ri i:m ! y,r. 1.. 1. e;.-" t :.,., t
perance Lecturer, for the I. O. G. T. re-
turne'I :frani a
mtssioriary tour through
last A rid iv. Mr. L
doing gjod service iur ihe Ordr
ICR. Maj f) Charman was taken ill
1... u- .,.i i-.. i.,..,-. i
lasfc ti t o :ii -su i v riiu uc n 1,'j..i.irii n
his residence ever since. We hone he
m iv speedily recover, aa-l that Lecw iil
soon be 110 a 'ain.
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The Qommkcial KtroitrKU. We call
the aLtn'inn of those who desire a com-
Imercial paper to the advertisement of the t
'Jjru-Mrcl-, Reporter, :a to day'e paper. 1
Cuiicr. The Probate tVe.irf
Docciir. Major Bruce, of Benton
county-;1 was the purchaser of the steamer
Calliope, at Sheriff sale, last Friday. We
rlid not learn the price paid for her.
r;:tfoNAL. We had the pleasure of a
ca'I from Mr. J. C. Triiilmger, of Ceuter
vil'e. Washington county, but formerly of
this, last Wednesday. q
, Our young typo, Mr. E. C. Alexander,
has taken to himself a better half, -Miss
Dell Dunbar. We wish them both a hap
py and Ion? life.
The eff tear was appropriately
ushtred in by the ringing of the various
bells in our city at 12 o'clock on Tuesday
Thanks. Hon. J. II. Slater has our
thanks for the Dj.Uj Globe and other pub
CofNCir.. Regular monthly meeting of
the City Council next Monday evening.
now fell to the denih of two
inches in this city last night.
School. School at the
commence next Moudav.
Ski.i.imi Xr Mis. il. Keiiy ..ifers her
entire stock of goads for sale at cost, for
Ihe iinpose of closing out business.
This is a good chance to get bargains,
fiive her a cad. First door north of Mr.
llighlield s jewelry store.
Foil S.w.K. We hive an account
against Dr. A. D. Kl lis of Portland a
follows; Balance on advertising contracted
for the National Iiie Insurance C"npanv.
H'J; to subscription from August 1. lSiil)
to date. SP); total i'J. This account
can be had cheap. We never intended
to advertised this nccount for sale, until
the fellow had the cheek to refuse to take
papers out of the post office. This notice
is put in until the account is sold or oth
In Clackamas ctuuty.'Jan. I, 1-73, ly W.
P. Horns, J. I'.. Joseph U'. Ilariiogtoii and
Martha K. WahPoii, a.l of Clackamas c unity.
0;Iice I nl ttie Post ofuoe IJuilding.
LntPtL ti:vdi:p.s. clackamas cotrx-
TV OUHF.US. and OKKON CITY
()i:i::i:s liopcui anj soi.i.;
Poa'i.s n eg 'tinted. Collections attended to
aula C cue i al Prokeia-'e business carried
on. jinOif D
The Commercial Reporter,
issl'EI) j:vcrv Week.
An invalu;:b!e Joarnal for Fanners, JTcrch
nuts, M .uiiitacturers.
)NI.Y 4-3 uJ a Year. Send for sample
COL. JAS. P. PAKUISH,
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Cr.ACKAMAS COL'.NTY WAHKAXTS
J endorsed lor int'-rerd. pi i:r to May lath.
Is.j. wnl le pain on presentation at tin
toanty t rvii.sun r 3 oiiioe. Interest wnl
cea-e from 'i;is date.
Oiego.i Cilv, Icc. 27tli. 1-72.
J. MrOAltYEU, Treasurer.
ChHdi'cn no li hi'..)' (?,ect to
METALIO TIPPED' SHOES
jukI wln'n lliev liavc oncoliatl tlio
q " j. j. vj a. jz.
tltev erv for tlictti atraiti.
I o f-'ot':co.
In the iiia't. i- i l tho Kstate of John Fleming,
. .'i Hi i: is ix : .iir.itv ;ivi;x hy xuk un-
a d-:rsi-.ftied tnar lie lias t.een apj-oin'.-t by t)ie
Coan'y oar .f 'laekam.is county, rero:i, Ad
iuiii!U:or of ill" estate of Johiic-'loiuiris, de-e.-
ts V; "tliat all jieisons owiir' sai l estate, aint
a!i )i -:.-o:is liaviiiL? claims against s od deceased,
are l-cfiired to j TJMiUt t!.e sauej, witli tli'.- proper
vu. her, within m 1110:1 i lis iro'ii trie date i I his
e.o'iei', i 1 the uiider--.sirm.--l, at The County Treas
urer's liilic-, in ( lr.-'oa 1 1! v, ( Ireiron.
T. .1. Mei'AltVKl:, Adiii'r of the
Estate of ,Io!m Fleiaintr, deceased.
Ilaela-t A: Warren, Att'ys for Adia'r. O
lei.--jrdK.-r 6, ls;j. wl
A First CSass BucineGs
Vur reliable men, with the assurance of
making from J2,ooo to io.ooi) per annum,
can be secured in connection with mi Agen
cy tor rhe exclus ve sale of w-.rks by Hk.vky
'.M!i lit-jKciitit, William Cci.lln Hkta.nt,
H.vKK-Kr ,1'y.klih n stowe, Ac. Writv (or
particulars to J. It. FORI) A; CO.,X. w York,
or J'J'J Kearney Street, San TianMiseo.
ii.", w4 o
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Administrator's Sale of Real IMatc.
"u-orici: is- irnttKnv oivex that in
purita:u-f and hy virtue of an order of the
County Court of Clackamas county. Slate of
( ireiroa, 1111 le on the 3 1 day of lVeeiuher, 17:2,
in I0e iu liter of the Lstate oi Jaeoh JCji-le, de-i-ea-ed,
tor the s:ti- ot eerl ain real prr-p -rt y, here
inafter ile.serilx. 1, Ij-.-loiirm to said Ks;.ite, the
an ler.-ijrned Administrator of said efate. -will
shII ar paiilic auction to the hUhe.-t bidder tor L".
S. C m, 1:1 tni ee sej) irate par.-eN, as indicated by
saal ile.-evip:io:i. subjet t to eo.-itiriua'. mn by said
Co'iii-y Co-si t, 0.1 Saturday, the llth day of Jaii
uarv, lS7:t, at the I).ur if one o"i.i: p. in. of
.said day, at the Court llou ijoor, 111 .-aid roan
ty and State, all tiie ru-ht, t itle. interest au.l
estate of the ai 1 i-aie-fattt at t!i-- time of d.i-.
deatli, aiid ail the ri-h', titltTan-l int.-ret that
tin: said e.-?ri:o lias by ojieration of T;iw, tr other
wise acquired, other than, or iu addition to tli.it,.
oi the said mte.-tace at tae time of his death, in
and to ail those lots, pieces or parcels of laud,
with all tlio aiipurienaiiees and iiairavements
belourinir theieto, s-.tu ite, lyia and bein-r in
g.u.1 county and State, and described as follows,
to-wit : The Northwest one-f -ir!h of t he
southwest 1-4 and lot 4 in section 25, S. M. 1-1
ot S. K. 1-1, and lots one, two and t Itree in sect ion
2i, and the N. 1-2 of N. I'.. 1-1 of section .la, all in
township 3 S., It. 1 west, eon'aiiuriir I'M Tn-lua
acres, more or less: also the loll. ovm described
land : a jiart of ciaim No. 4J. (b-crilM.-d as follows:
Le.miiii .t the 7-ou:iie.ist, corner oi ciaan No. 41,
thence nns-th 4S chains : tlienee soatii (il 3-4".
vvl-sc titty chains and tar'y i nks, to a stake
in irked A. It.; thenee soatii 21 chains an 1 ten
links, to a stake smiili.trly marked : thence east
41 chains and -2'J links, to ihe place of bt.ri:uiitijr ;
eutaininr aliont l'.u acres; township .i S., H. 1
west of the Willainottee meridian; also thei'd-l-wiu
Ue.-aribe 1 land, be:!ir a part of Auivus
Virr-'u's donitin:i cl 11m, uotitieation No.di.l'il;
l'e-mrii:i" at the N. . mnier of sai l cTaini :
t aen.-e ,-soatli o:ie-qnarlt r of a mile : th.aiee east
one-hall a m Jo ; tiit-aeu north one-quarter of a
mde ; thence- wast otio-half of a mile, to the place
el heinuitiif ; in sections L'ti and 3, T. 3, 11. 1
west, c eitaiioar H acres nere or less. q
Ttsnns an 1 i-..iid:tio:n 01 S-ile. t or V. S. coin :
OTK--haif liown, un l one-h'.f otiOsix month's
ere lit, w i! Tiuirtsrao seeui-.'y on th.! Ian 1. lJeels
aud secarity at e si "ease of p-irchasers. 0
Administrator of the tstateof
Jacob Kiltie, deceased.
December 6th. 1s;:-,t I
oil) )bACix. V r:ctiai d eaily m
i liscrett .t). eairsin- iier'-ons deidlity,
preinatnre decay, ic, li.ivtp? tried in vain j
e very a lvei i.se-1 reined v, t.a.s a si in pie means j
in i:i.vture, wnicn ne u'li sunn nee in mis
n llowA itlertrs. Address J. Id. REEVES,
7$ N.tspau at.. New Y'fJi
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Tiie lnestloi fit- it Those e-iiine it i
rcen. Dr. Jus. Chi?';, Povjueian to Queen ( st.ve of retro-i. has been dissolved bv m'u
Victona and Pr. Huh?. IJfirnett. s.iv that i taa! c nsent," this i-th d iy of Decetnr.' l?7-2.
C -ns imptio i ( an be cu ed. Or. U istar knew J All debts of the her. t . tore exi-tm- firm wid
tins when he di-corred his now widi-Iy-
--rr... h. T,,-, thm r-. t : .
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME !
IX ORDER TO CLOSE OUT THAT
--branch cf my business, I will sell
Toys and Fancy Goods,
Atlitsi ihnn "Iiolesale Cost Prices!
1 have the largest and best stock of
And other goods, iu this city, which 1 will
0 also sell
CH.VEP FOR CASH!
Call and examine my stock and prices,
and save your money.
Oregon City, Xov. 20, 1ST:
Dr, LIVINGSTONE IN AKi.lt'A.
The Adventures of a iw Adventnroas Life.
Tli? S!anl?y-LiviH?s!on; lkj)?Jilioii
to Africa. Latve oetava volume, just issued.
Contaitis Ineideuts of ihe Woiideiful Caieer
of tiie reat Traveler.thft ('onulr; , Animals,
Natives. Hunting, etc. I'ull account of this
most interesting part of the globt. Also lo
sell our new work.
PLAflN WQSTiE TALK
AND MEDICAL COMMON SENSE p
Xo compel itien. There never was a book
pnl.lishi d like it. Pi.Tl particulars by mad.
rotate book wanted.
A. L. Bancroft & Co.,
San iTaui isco, Cal.
Caki.o In Miscuii.vA "Uoou Mokning,"
"trusG Fi.owm;s," and
"Si Mvcit Ft-owms,"
witli the Ei.kctuio VVkkklv and
WiaKI.V ClIIIITI.VN" AT A'OKK
( Con-olidated ), tor '
1 he-e C'.iioiu i.s are aliont the
size of "Wide Awake and Fast
Asleep " S .lis -i it.ers furn-o 0
' ished ;:t once with their O
AGE FJ 7
can make J.etter terms
with us lb an wirii any "
II. W. ADAMS
X . Y .
2'J nov 0
City Property For Gale.
THE GREATfST INTUCEalEXTS EVER
of pnoir:iiTV i x on i:c;ox city.
J liwe.lin.', with seven rooms; Coo 1 Or
C.iUid ; and an unequalled well of water; all
in ijoo 1 repair, and situated in the most si j fit
ly ai.d hea'.P.v poitiors of the city; Title
lei feet ; which I olf. r for sale cheap, being
desirous of jeaviag t!icity.
l-'or particulars enquire of
:it Tiios. Ciiarman's store.
0 Oregon City, Oct. -'tli l7i.
. 12 POPE,
Grocer & ?rovishn Dealer,
Next door south of ttie Court House,
Main Strict, Oregon City, Oregon,
G O DEALER IN"
BEST FAMILY GBQCERIESj
VOFIT-L. TEA , SUO.Ul,
FLOCIt AM) Mi ALor nit kinds,
I'lCKfdCS. SO X 1", SAL I", O
, CANNEJ) FRUITS and OYSTERS,
A Uo, all kin ls of
FrshcFruits and Vegetables.
UUTTER. CHEESE and FC.ns.
TOBACCO and ClOAKS,
ULASSWAKE, Ltc, Etc. 0
All kinds of conntry Produce Likrn iii ex
chanare for goods at the highest mai ket 1 ate-C
;-?"t.(iot'is delivered in the. city tree ot
c' nrire. A fair -lit re of patronage solicited.
March Ti, ls72:tf
The FountaSii Oalm
3 W. II. PARKER, e
OFJACICSDNVILLE, If AS DLSCOVER
ed a ntiif d v, coiiiosi d of ttie Fx!'ai t
from Moantain italni. i-.'bicli prows in Jack:
s n comity, and othi-r Vegetable I iijrrt-d'.ents,
which has enaliled hi:n t- farnish the iililiet
el with a purely Vegetable a jierfectly
harmless, and yet the
Tii3 Most roWiTful Lung Rrmcdy
fever discovereil. It is good for
Coughs, Colds, Crcup and Brcnshitis
And is an
Blood PuriSir, Invigorator and Ap
And is noted f'r all Net vu ,and Rilions
nils. M.inj letters miht be adduced to .iov
tt h.it the medic. t.e lun oone ( if ntcrss irv )
but try a bottle, an-fc, it will reionuncnd
its U where ver it i- nitro hiced.
For sale at ttie On.-io (,'ttv Dm.; Ftore,
and all deide s i i med cine. Mail'ti
"aiH, Ag. nts, Portland, Oregon. Prapar-
V. It. I'AKM-.",
SBVIN VINCENT & CO.
No. G' -7 Saxsoe Stkket, San Frmcis'-o.
HAVE Til r. PLEASC RE OF ANNOL'N
in to the public, tbsit having raised
!-ut ii itiimensi.' quartities ef S.-i-iis this y ar,
in their Fountain IJlea-i Gardens. Alameda,
i th' y ars enabled to make a rediii.ti"ii of 4)
j per cent, on lu-t ye.irs prices. '1 bey have on
! hind a lare ass-irtrrent of P.nibs, Clover.
Canary, llemn an ! all kinds o! Veue'able
nod r lo vi-r S,--H nf vi- knmrn descriu
tion. Also, Cab'ua--j
plants ot every dc3
-piiE copa"!Tni:r-hip iieretdfore
I t-vistin-r under t:;o titm niiTiu' n! Wilb'-ra
.- (ierdes. at Eazle Cre.-k. C!a -kamas countv.
be paid by the said IJ. U.-rde. and ad debts
e nrni vria ue eooeete-i tj.v h a
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UIVSRSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
AN IMHE2JSE STOCK AS USUAL.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
SUCCESSOR . TO rnOTZMAX, CILLIHAK 4 CO.,
COR. FI11ST &.1IORRISO.V St.,
Of3 THIRD STREET, 0
Iittwcrn Altlcr anil Morrison Streets.
Fine Iiisti UoMoiti
Tattle st nil Loom
Hluik Silk Pop.
Iltat k Alpncns,
nsttn in In Good,
Tow Is n iid t'rnlt
liliit li JDreii.sSilUe, j Fui nilking Ooud.
BUSINESS FOR SALE !
I WILT. SELb STOCIC AXD GOOD
will or business (the Oldest l?et di Bo-i-iiss
in the city;, und Kent STOItll AND
1'IXTL'RES, for a term of years at a low
TI1IRU STliKET.SOUTHOP ALDER
o IMPROVED LOCKSTITCH
TIis Most Simple, Practicable and
ECONOMICAL MACHINE IN USE-
Snlcs Erc:?d nil Oth its on
, l'afific Coast.
rpilEY SEW MORE RAPIDLY AND
r JL with less noise than any other Machine.
The only practical low priced Machine that
gives e:i tire snti ,!action.
What other A cents don't tell von about
the IMPROVED IRi.UE SHUTTLE MA
CHINE: Thty dan t till you That 1 1103-are the simp
lest, h-ivi.'ir less n -amber of piec. s, and more
readily u;nleitood ll.iin atiyrti.er.
That they are the lightest running; more
easily learned and opc.ated
Tiiat mote HOME SHUTTLES are sent
ontlrom tiie Generd Anency at Portland,
than all the inheis coiniontd.
'Uwj tliiuH hll ijoii. They sew equally as
on heavy and lihi 'o.ls.
70 7 J-.ui'i i 7 gwt. Th.it they use the pat
ents of the l.h priced macliines.
'I "m ij !' t t !l !"", 1 hat it has the straight
nc d'e and self-adjiit:ti.tr ttnsion.
lJ" Win: t jieople who have used them
and eompaicd tlicin to other Machines will
tell yon : :s
Tnat they are more easily learned and op
erated ; Siniple-t mid best for all kinds of
w.-rk, and will use Linen and all other kinds
of threads and si'iks.
-A f 1 w of th- 11 ones are given below who
are using the I.M PROVED HOME SHUTTLE
Gen. P.-. ll, Portland;
('. S. Silvers, I orti.ind; Q
AV111. Masters. Portlano;
C. W. Priiidle, Bookkeeper forl.cvcridge,
V a lh, 111: & Co. o
Miss (.. V. Vaughn, Portland.
Mrs. J. IJ. Put-. 11, East Portland;
Mis. S. A. More land. Ka.-t Portland;
Mrs. J. S. C-ureh, Oregon City.
Machines lorw.irded to an- address, with,
lull directions for using, on receipt of pricev
SO.A, $M ; NO. 2, C..
;i;t. Y. TR AVER,,
" Philadelphia slioe Store),
fleneral Agent, 1PJ Front street,
UYE AI) LET LIVE!
THE OKEGCN" CITY HAfR AND DRAV CO.
HAVING PURCHASED The
Livery Stock and ltnsiness
01 Mess s. Wilms a; liiion.iiTio,
and the Drins, Horses and Jtnsiness v C N.
OintESMAX, are now prepareJ to carry on
1.1 vi-: 11 v
AM IttA VIVO.
We will also deliver slab wood to all those
persons to whom Willis it Rroiiahton have
engaged and as manv more as will engage
!aTj wood from us, "so far as we can get a
Orders left at the Livery Stable for W ood
Pr.iving or Haulm:.', will be attendeJ to with
dispatch. Pat-ounce n onr several branchi s
of business solic ted. Our CUui g s sUall
tf-The Highest. Cash Price rai rr 0ats
delivered at the -ta!!e.
C. N. t; KEEN MAN", President,
O J. M. F HAZE R. Secretary.
Of O. C. II. & 1. Co.
Cregon City. Aug. 'S3, 1672. tf.
FALL AND WiMTHR GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN cSTREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kin '.s bouiht. for which I
pay the highest matket price. G
If toii ijfsire co.vd (ioods, at IjOW Pricrs.
call at I. SELLING'S, anct.ejcaaiine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GJVE iIE A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mr Mrdto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
4f rit li. S71rtC
JCST RECEIVED BY
CHARLES H. cluFLELB
T II AYE JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND
JL consisting in part 01
LADIES' AXD CniLDKEXS'
0 Groceries, Crockery, &c-,F&c-
All of which I will sc 11 at the LOWEST RATES. Give me a call before purchasing ls
where, and convince ou.selve that 1 CAN and WILL SELL as cheap as ttie cheapvat.
o ' CIIxS. II. CAUFIELD,
CORNER MAI 3 AND SEVENTH STREETS, OREGON CITY.
DESIRES TO INF0RM TIIE CITIZENS
(f Oregon -City, and the Willamette
alliv, that le is still on hand, and doing
business 011 the old tiftto, that
'A .iuitd Mx-lVurc is I-tter tlian a
I bare just returned from San Francisco,
where I pin chased t ue of the
LARGEST and 11EST SELECTED
rStock of Cccds '
ever before oa"err-d in this city; and consists
in part, us follows :
Boots & Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goofo,
Hats & Uap3, Hosiery of every
Eescription, Hardvvare, Gro
ceries, Faints &r0ils,
Sash & Doors. Queens
0 ware, Crockery,
Chinaware, ' Stoneware, Platedware,
J ewelry 3
O of c various
qualities styles, 0
Clocks & Watches-Ladies
-& Gerxtleraen's Furn
ishin Goods, Fancy lotions
of every description.Patent I2ed
icincs, PwCpe, Farming implements
cf all kinds, Carpets. Mattings,
G Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, &c.
Of the above list. I can sav my stock is the
MOST COMPLETE ev oil red in this mar-
il.is inaikci. All of which I now offer for
sale at the
Lowest EVIarEcct Rates-
Xo nse for the ladies, or any one else, to
bink of goinji to Porihind to btiv conds for
am OK I EliM INEO TO SELL CHEAP and
' ot allow myself to bo
IWDERSOLD I. THE STATITOF 0REC0X-
o Q o '
All I ask, is a fair chance and quick pay
ment?. (..lSclievinr, as I do, tbut nineteen
.warsA-xperu-nce in Oregon City enables me
to Know the retirements ot the tr;ide.
Come one and all, and see for yourselves
that the old stand of
cannot be beat in quality or price. It would
be useless for me to tell you all the advan
1 ges I can otR-r you in the sale of roods, ns
every store 1 hat advertises d--es Ihat, and
probably you have lieen disappointed. All I
wish to sav is, come nd see and examine
tor yourselves, for I do not wish to make any
mistake?. My obj-.-et is to tell all my old
ltii-ndsnow that I am still alive, and desir- ;
ous to sell g-oads cheap, for cali, or on such
terms ns agreed upon. w
Tbankiiir all for the liberal patronage
he;ctof'ore bestowed. ;
Main street, Oregon City.
J?Legal Tenders "and County Script
talicn at tnaikct rates.
t-370,000 lbs' wool wanted bv
AT Tit II
VILLIAfflS l HARDING,
HA E JUST OPENED A FULL V Alt IE?
ty of choice
Ti e Rakery will be constantly snpplicl
CANDIE-. 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 !o business.
To the fanning trude we wonld FnyJCAPH
for iou. produce, and CASH lor oi",r poods.
Ooods delivered to all parts ot ti e citv.
Feb, 16, 1672:tf q
OFFER TflEIR EXTIRE STOCK
Prices iinfUJanuary U 1873
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
We mean w hat we say. and we propose t3
cive the people of Oregon City ana Clacka
mas county a-i npoi tutiity to purchase their
poods at a less pr.ee thi.n ever before offeied
in th i - city, wh:cb will only laf-t.u;t:l nex
January. Oar stock is complete in every
Give ns a Call Before Enyin? Eisnvhcre.
) t; Ff"PM RF.R TUT OI.D suvn hr
S- ACKEUMA5 t CO.
Mala rfcreeti cecond door Boutb
WELL SELECTED STOCKTOF GOODS,-
C0iYFECTI01vTERY: SALOON !
Fresh Oysters 1 1
LOUIS SAAL, ProprItoiv
Corner of Fourth and MmIh Streets.
IT'RESII OYSTERS SERVED IX ANY
style desired. Confectionery of every
Kiud constantly on band.
I manufacture all my rw s'ock, which m
sutlicieut guarantee that it is fresh and pure.
Call if want of a good cup C-f cofl'te, t,
Qr t-liocolate, or anythini; in my lino.
Oregon Citv, September C, ltT2:tf
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,.
llain Street, Oregon? City.
Beat BILLIARD TABLES in OEEGOtf
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in--vites
the attention of thrtuvers of thia
popular amasenient to them e
TIIE SAB IS SUPPLIED
With all tiie choicest qualities of Liquori h3'
Cij:ar.s. Scotch, Irisfi and Ilombou already
famous Whiskies and Pui.cb. a
also, a jo. 1
Is connected with th Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, lS72:tf
REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE.
JACOB ST1TZEL, C.CWAT.-
SUCCESSORS TO STITZEL & grTOX.,.
. o o A N D
Cor- Front ami "Vasliingto St.,
O R E G OX .
irg lands and city property. All t-orie-pondence
relating to the recotirees cf Ore
gon will be promptly answered-
HEAL ESTATE JGUEIVAL
Published monthly. Sent free -'tf cLargo to
an v address. L A
JACOB STITZEL & C0.
March 15, 3S7'2:tf
OWlNCr TO THE CONTINUED ILL
tiess of the Proptietor. Leon DeLockt.
the Parnuni R-otufant is olfered for sale. To
any one wishing to cnrage iu this business.
a bargain is ottered.
Oregon City, Oct. IS, 1S72.
rat sra trr wr Tm - rnr
-JL LJi, msLa BZi fl" 3 JL
DR. HUFELAPJ D'S
;CELEBR A TED
S W I s s
Th? First and most healthful Tonlo
cvir Introduced in the United State.
I These Bitters haT
been in the San Fran
cisco' Matket for-over
Inmlj- 1"fir. and
many new candidates
for public favor, th
sa!e have eonstantly
40n and 411 Clay St. ,r
;San Francisco. EG-ly"9
The s-tandard ren;ed- for C'oi? eUk, Inlla--
m.n. Sore Throat. II lnrr,ir,f 'r.url, Vr. .
I.ivt.r C(jwj!aint, LrrTchilif,BUfditz of tk
Lvrix, iind every affect ion of the Throat,.
Lungs and Chest, including Consvmption.
Wistar'n Italsam of Wild Cherry
doe? not Cry up a Cough, but loosens it,,
cleanses the lurrs. and nilnvc irrif .iv, o.
removing tlf cavte of the complaint. None
penntne unless t-ipnea i. Putts. Prepared
by Sttn V. Fowle Son?, Doston. Sold br
Rei.ivgtox. Hcstetter i Co., San Fianciscor
and by dealers generally.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO FELL
Ins property iu Oreg,,n City will sell
at a bargain, to a rood pun baser.
A'o 4 town lots in Canemab, trith good
fence around. 3
Alpo '2 town lots in lower end of Oregon
City ; also 160 r f land knownr as the dona
tion land cla m of Win. Stone. 8 milea
f-outbrast of Orepon City, w ith tome im
provements, thinly timbered, tc under'
growth, pof d laMinjr water"
STi-quire at County Clerics oflice.
i j .r FiMtTrt?
Or-etfa Kiltf, M ii 6" th , 1?T2. T?nli
M TTVNtMtT ft