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(HiJfill Sfcrf W III lit 'ill tfyrif IBhtiJH
A1N3 ACT to Sncorporate Oregon City.
in. To prevent, and remove all obstructions irom the streets, cross
an.l sile-ual!, ami to jnovule for the improvement, construction,
plankinpr, paving, cleaning and repairing the cross and side-walks,
either at the expense of property holders, or by appropriations from
the general funds of the city, o
1 4. To appropriate for any item of city expenditure, and to provide
for the payment of the debtand expenses of the city.
lo. Tq erect market-houses, establish and locate lnarkets'and market-places,
and slaughter-houses, an.l provide for the regulation thereof.
1G. To erect, or provide a work-house, or house of correction, and
city prison ami provide for the regulation and government thereof.
17. To regulaie the storage of gunpowder and other combustible
materials, and the uc of Tighs in shops, stable, and other places; to
prevent, remove, or secure anv fire-places, stove, chimney, oven, boiler,
pipe, or other apparatus, dangerous in causing fires.
IS. To prevent and restrain any riot, nois, disturbance, or disor
derly conduct, cr any indecent or immoral practices within the limits
of said city.
10. To impose fines, forfeitures and penalties for the breach of any
ordinance; Provided, That no fine shall, exceed one hundred dollars,
and no offender shall be imprisoned for a longer term than thirty day
for any 'one offence.
20. o To establish and regulate the fees of all officers of said corpor
ation, except where the' are otherwise regulated in this act of incor
poration.0 21. Generally to do all things which a city corporation can or ought,
to secure the health, peace, and interest of the citizens of said corpora
tionpand to preserve good order within the same.
S;:r. 3. AH demands and accounts against the city, shall be audited
by the Council, and prd by the Treasurer, only on a warrant signed
bv thvOIayor, and attested by the Kecordcr.
SkQ 4. The City Council shall have power, if authorized to do so
by a majority of all the electors of said town, at any election held for
that purpose under the direction of the Council, to lev- a special tax
in addition to the taxes authorized to be collected by virtue of this
act, for any purpose or purposes, but public notice of such election, the
object thereof, arid amount required for such purpose or purposes, shall
be giveuvby porting up written or printed notices thereof in six of the
jiio-t public places in said city, at least fifteen days before the time of
holding such election.
Si:c. .3. The City Council shall have exclusive control and direction
:';? all funds collected under general laws, for the improvement of roads
and f-treets within said corporation, and the street commissioner shall
perfbrnrthe duties of supervisor, as required by the general laws of
this Territory relating to roads and highways, but shall report to and
be under the direction of said City Council, and not to the board of
County Commissioners of said county of Clackamas.
0 F SALAK1F.S.
Si:c. 1. The Marshal shall receive the same fees for his services as
constables areentitled to by law for those of a similar nature, and for
other services such compensation as maye bo allowed by the City
S !:. 2. All other officers provided for by this act or to be created,
shall receive such compensation as' may be provided by ordinance.
HVTIKS OF OI-FKKKS.
Ski. 1. It shall be the duty of the flavor to communicate to the
eCit v Council at"' least once in each year, a general statement of the
condition of t ho 'cit v, ami to recommend the adoption of all such meas
ures connected with the city as he shall deem expedient, to be vigilant
and active in causing the enforcement of all city ordinances, to cx:un
ine lt o :dl complaints preferred again-t any oflicer for violation or
r, neglect of duty, and if necessary, specify the same to the City Council
y;j shall act upon t became, and in their discretion, shall have power
to declare the ofhYe of the person so complained against vacant. The
fayor shall be president of the City Council, and shall generally do
and perform all sueli duties as or may be preseibed by the charter, the
city ordinances, the laws of this Territory, and of the United States,
an.rshall havg tlse power within tlie
tiie peace of Clackamas county.
Skc. 2. The Recorder shall reside within the limits of the city; he
shall possess and exercise vithin said city all the privileges, powers,
duties and jurisdiction, civil and criminal, of a justice of the peace of
v the county fit' Clackamas, and be subject to all general laws prescribing
the duties of such, and shall perform such other duties as may be
ri quired of him by the City Council. It shall also be his duty to attend
all nieetiMgs oDthe City Council,
thcir proceedings, and in the absence or inability of the 3. ray or, to per
form bis duties. Whenever the Itecorder is absent from a meeting of
'the (Council, they shall appoint one of their number to act as Kecorder
Six-. It shall be the duty of the City Marshal, in addition to the
duties prescribed by jhe" Council, to execute and return all processes
rissued by the Mayor and Recorder, and to attend regularly upon the
-:iieetingsof tlitC'ily Council and sessions of the Ilecorder's court,
lie may appoint one or more deputieswho shall possess the same
.fKmcr.py.d authority as the Marshal; hehall arrest all persons guilty
:a:iu-aeh of the peace and violation of the city ordinances, andl)rimi
th-i'i before the Mayor or Kecorder for trial, and (shall possess superin
U:sdvi ..control over the peace and quiet of said city, and shall be
keeper of the city prison.
Srv. 4. It sffall be the duty of the Assessor, in addition to the
dutus prescribed by the City Council, to make out on or before the
fu st Monday in June of each year, a correct list of all the real estate
within said city, and the personal estate of all citizens thereof, with the
valuation thereof, which he shall certify and return to the City' Council,
said list and valuation shall be made in ths manner prescribed by law
for assessing and collecting county and Territorial taxes. Should the
owner of any property assessed not be satisfied with such valuation
thereof; he uVk? apply to the City Council for a reduction of the ame
bating his reasoius therefor under oath, before the 20th of June in each
year, and their decision shall befri.al; and the Citv Council Lilian
mially on r before the first Monday in July, determine the amount of
lax to be assed an collected for the current year
Sr.c. 5. The City Council shall have power to abate any tax an
plication thereof being filed in writing with the iv,., ,. ,
1 Q. T , 1 u,t 1 reorder on or before
the fust day of Jul v.
Skc. G. If the Collector of tax.,, after the tax list it.lace.l in hi.
han.ls, shall .list-over th.U any real estate has not beet, or
that any reM.l-i,t of sanl city before the first of June following 'the
anntiAl assessment has not been assessed it dnii t, 1- ,
' " Mai' lK ''is ,ltv to assess
a:ul collect a tax horn sa..l property or person, according to the r-,te
establishe.1 by the City Couneil; Provided, That any paru- so ae.l
may apply to thg City Council for abatement, within ten days after
notice Horn said Collector of his tax.
Sa- 7- U sIuI1 l'e the duty of lhe Collector to isso nil isa..
Lrr.-.n'ed bv citv antl.oritv, to register the arne in L. i i - , .
';, . " " . " a ok which shall be
open to public inspecViun at all tunes; to euiWt -,ti to -i
r 1 ' ,-ulucl 'l taxes ail assess
I - V
limits of said city, of justice of
keep a fair and accurate record of
ments, and jgiy the same over to the Treasurer monthly or oftener;
and the City Collector shall possess and is hereby vested, wth the same
powers and authority to collect and compel payment of city taxes and
licenses neglected or refused to be paid, by distress and sale or other
wise, which now is or hereafter may be vested in any Sheriff or other
collecting officer, b' law for the collection of county and Territorial
taxes, and in case of the sale of real estate being so sold, the "Recorder
shall have power to make deeds therefor in the same manner that
county auditors are authorized by the laws of this Territory to make
deeds for lands sold for taxes by the county collector.
Sec. S. It shall be the duty of the City Treasurer to receive all
moneys that shall come to said city by taxation or otherwise, and
pay out the same as provided by this act, and at the close of each
and every year, make out and present to the Council, a fair and accu
rate schedule of the receipts, disbursements and expenditures of the
preceding year, which the Council shall publish in some newspaper
printed in said corporation, or otherwise have posted in three public
places therein. The books and accounts of the Treasurer shall at all
times be open to the inspection of any member of the City Council.
Skc. 9. It shall be the cjuty of the City Attorney to attend to all
suits, matters and things, in which the city may be legally interested;
give his advice and opinion in writing when required by the Mayor or
City Council, and attend to the prosecution of all offenders against the
city ordinances before, the Mayor or Recorder.
Skc. 10. The duties of all officers not defined in this act may be
prescribed by the City Council.
.STIJKETS AND IMl'KOV K ME NTS.
Skc. 1. "Whenever the City Council shall deem it expedient to open,
alter, improve or repair any street or alley, or parts of streets or alleys,
notice thereof shall be given by publication in some newspaper published
in the city. Should the owners of one-half of the adjacent property
protest against the proposed improvement or repair, it shall not then
be made. All such protests shall be made in writting and addressed
to the City Council, and shall be made within ten days after such pub
lishment. If no such protest be made, the City Council shall proceed
with such improvement and repair, at least two-thirds of the expenses
of which shall be borne by the adjacent property, and when the owner
of two-thirds of the property situate on or adjacent to any public street,
if the width or depth of a block or more, shall petition to the City
Council in writing to have the same improved or repaired, the same
shall be done on such terms as the City Council may determine, at
least two thirds of the expenses of
of the adjacent property.
Skc. 2. If any owner or owners
under the provisions of this article,
or their proportionate part of such
in manner or at the time provided
oi such proportionate part ol such
Skc. .3. lhe word property as
i .i : .
or lots aouiuu- oi adjacent 10 any
MISCELLANEOUS TItO"lSI.NS. j
Sec. 1. Xo by-laws or ordinances of said city shall take effect or j
be in force until a copy of the same shall have been posted up, at least,
six davs, in three of the most public places in said corporation, or pub
lished in some newspaper printed in said county of Clackamas.
Sec. 2. That all officers or persons to whom the receipt or ex
penditures of the moneys or funds of the city shall be intrusted
shall give security, in such amount as the City Council may require,
bv bonl, paj'able to the city, and the security shall be subject to
t'te approval of the Mayor.
Sec. 3. All officers required to be elected under this charter, and
the collector, shall, before entering upon the duties of their offices, take
to the following effect: That he
of his skill and ability, discharge the duties of (naming the office to
which, he is entitled) during his continuance therein ; and the Recorder,
in addition thereto, shall take the oath or affirmation prescribed for
Justices of the Peace, which oath shall be reduced to writing, signed
bv the person taking the same, and certified by the officer administer
ing the oath or affirmation, and filed with the records of the City
Sec. 4. The act passed by the Legislative Assembly, January 00,
18-34, to create a school district in Oregon Cit', is hereby continued in
force; Provided, hoircvcr. That no scholar shall be allowed to attend
the city school in said city whose parents or guardians are not residents
of said city, except by permission of the City Council, and upon pay
ment of such sum as the said Council may order.
Skc. 5. All acts and parts ot acts inconsistent with this act arc
Sec. G. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its
passage; Provided, Zioircver, That the present officers of said city shall
continue in office till their successors are elected and qualified.
Passed the House January 15, 1S59.
Passed the Council January 17, 1So9.
AX ACT to Define tbe Powers and Limit the Liability of Oregon City.
Si:cTiox 1. Je it enacted by the Lfjishitive Assembly of tlie State
of Oreaon, That the City Council of Oregon City, in addition to pow
ers now conferred by law, shall possess the following:
1. To remove persons affected with contagious diseases from tlie
limits of the corporation, to suitable hospitals provided by the city for
that purpose. ...
2. To require persons sentenced to imprisonment under any ordi
nance of said citv, as a punishment for crime or for failure to pay any
fine to labor upon the streets of said corporation during the term of
such imprisonment; Provided, That persons confined for non-payment
of nnv tine and costs, shall be credited on the same two dollars for each
day's" labor until such line and costs may be paid, or otherwise dis
charged. 3. " To provide foi the survey of the blocks and streets ot the city,
and for making and establishing the boundary lines of such blocks and
streets. . .....
4. To-abatc anv tax levied by the corporation, appl ical ion therefor
bcincc filed in writ milt with the Recorder on or before the first, day of
.Tulv7 after the levy of such tax.
i"i-:a 2. Said City Council shall not issue any license to anj' female
to sell spirituous and mall liquors within said corporation.
Sec. 3. The City Council may, if they deem proper, direct the ex
penditure of a portion of the road tax collected within said city, upon
roads outside of said corporation, under the supervision of the Street
Sec. 4. Said city shall not be liable tn any one for any loss or injury
to person or property, growing out of any easuality or accident hap
pening to such p4Mson or property on account of the condition of any
strector public ground tisercin ;"but this section shall not exonerate
anv oflicer of thecitv or other person from such liability, when such eas
uality or accident is caused by the willful neglect of duty enjoined upon
sm-h"ottic.er Vrr person by law, or by the gross negligence or willful
rmoinduct of such officer or person in any other respect.
Sr.c. 5. Said city shall not be bound for any contract, or in any
way liable thereon, unless the same- is authorized jiy a city ordinance,
and ma le in writing, and by order of the Council, signed by tlle Re
corder or some person authorized by the City Council on behalf of said
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city; but an ordinance may aiitliorize an omeer oi .igeuu oi me city,
naming him, to biud the eitv,
1 ntvment ot'-inv sum of monev
I l,a-V , " 5 ,m j m" .
Approved October 25, 1SG5
naming him, to biud the city, without a contract in writing tor the
1 COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
which shall be borne by the owner
of property improved or repaired
shall fail or neglect to pay his, her !
n i j i
expense of improvement or repairs, !
for by the City Council, the amount
expense shall be a lien upon such
used m this article, implies the lot
. t i
will well and faithfully, to the best j
exceeding one humirea dollars.
A LC TION A ND C OM MISSION
A. 15. llicBia-rclsosj,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland
Of Real Estate. Groceries, GeneralMerehan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Richardson, Auctioned
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Rarand Rnndle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Hasps, saw s;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, 11. G. Iron
a lso :
A largeassortment ot Groceries andLiquors
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
OREGON' CITV, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASSIMFR E S, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
Also, Dealer in
BOOKS AND STATIONERY',
will also yar the highest prices for
,,,ltV!r- fcjrfH' '!, ui' . '. "w c""",r-v
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in go-.d.
HUH IMIM.lUie M 'VJIIVt.
Give me a mil and sati-fv roiirsplrcs
" JOHN MEKS,
jan.. is, isri tf
KW YOIilv IiOTKL.
1 l f
( DentlVhes OaftLanf
j So. 17 Front Street, o ios!te the M! steam
i shi r land iniC, Port land, Oregon .
j II. RUTKFOS, J. J. WILKEKS,
j P i: O P II I E T O K s .
Board per Week oo
" ' " with l.odin" mi
" Day I on
FOll HIE MAXCFACTOIiV OF
v)J tfL.ftl35 AHU LUUhd
AXD MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
e-j They will also do TL'KN'IXG, of cy ry
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl
ALL WOI5K WAKKANTED.
hop on the Kivcr. in Lewis' shop,
opposite Oregon City Mills.
T II IU
h s j m
"Will sew everything needed it: a famHy, from
the heaviest to the lightest f&br'c
IT DOES -SUiJtT. IVOKK,
jioiri: lisxns or tvcRZ,
AM) nmrn work,
Thau any other machine.
Tf there is a riorr-noe Fe-n ii;c Jla
cliiuo withiu one thousand miles of
Km Francisco rot working will and
Riving entire F.iti.sf.-u-tion, if I nm in
lorr.icd of it, it vi",l l,o sttttr.clt-il to
without espeuso of tiny kind to tho
CAIuTJIL HILL, Agent,
10 New Montgomery Street,
Grand Hotel Du-dintj, San fraicisco.
Srnr! for Circular ett't sampi. of
the tfor.V. Active Agents xcuntcd '
ever tf jilacc.
MAIX STRKKT, - OH Ef.O.Y CIT V.
MMTAnTREU AM) Dir OUTER OF
sAimi.r.s, h.ijm:ss. rt
SADDT.F.KY-H AI!I- kp-IS.
Vt'AHi:, SiC ;c. Ss4
"C7"IIICH UK OFFERS aR CHEAP AS
cm le had in the State, at
Wholesale or Retail.
Cg-l warrant all mr nofls as represented.
Otvgon Citr. Api 1117, 1ST2. n2'.tf.
(QUI lllzs 11 v 11 u TS n E r
Having pnrehaserl the ar.ove Ui-ewerv wjsli
e toinform the pnbHe thfit he is nvr p'repar
ed to maDuTaeture a Xo. 1 quality- o f
IMAGER BEE ft,
s70olasean he or.tained an-where in the
Stale. Orders solicited ami promptly filled
Business Directory of Tortland, Oregon.
PCBL1SHEI) BY L.SAMUEL,
General Advertising Agent, H3 trout Street.
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
So. V'J Firt Street. Importers and Job
bers of Fancy Goods, Toys. Crockery, Glass
ware and Plated Ware.
Astor House, 'irst st., between Oak and
Pine. Kver thing neat. 15. L. Longfel
31 USI C A I. I X STIt U3I IS X TS.
Cill.L, STEEL. S; BANCROFT,
Kos. 75 and 77 First Street, Portland.
1)arnian, the only direct Importer of Cloth
jing, &c, cor. Front & Washington sts.
CHAS. C. BARRETT,
UOOKSKLLIiR fc STATIOXF.lt,
LARGEST STOCK IX VOUTLAXV.
No. 71) Front and So. 54"VasU
I-ECK, WILLIAM & SON, 12U Front st.
3 Importers and dealer in
Guns, Rifles und Revolvers
of every description.
Fishing: Tackle, Fancy Goods. Deads, lird
Cages, Daskets, Croquet (James, and
Agents foi the "California" Powder Works;"
also, for the Wheeler . Wilson
I)etk, John A., 129 Front street, piactiial
y Watchmaker & Jeweler. Work done
tor tht? Trade.
rKTmrnrr-rrfrr.--T-?-' -u' t-wi'.j.4--j
IIOOE& AM)JO 11$ liNTKIiS.
HIM ES A: BACHELDKR !i3 Front street.
1iu-hanan, W. A., s. w. cor. First A Taylor
3 sts. Cheapest Furniture House in Port
land" 7 1?1)1?TQ WALTEUIJKOS
iV 1 JL J.L X O. EH Front st.eet.
("Clarke, Henderson & Cool:, si ,V X5 First
J street. Dealers in Dry Goods, Fancy
C1ohn t Ko.eiif. Id, F:ont st. Comiwis
J sion Merchants A: Dialers in 0;-"on t
Connie, J. I! . Manufacturer A Deiler in
S.idilh-s, Harness, and Saiidleiy llard
ware, &" Front s'n et.
(Virrier, W & Co., lo:i F ont
J Tailors and Clulbiets, Hats I
1 Hi out Mei chant
Keal E.st ate Aglit.
houses re:. ted.
h r nt strc t.
"n"L?T.TT' a t nnp.no i. ii. a, ......
JJIJI1 JlA UUUJLfO, ai-.lA.-f... in
UUUVi ITIOI wood-
AKI AC). U'l Fn nt street. Orders troni
nnv iK ition ol the State or Tenitor.es caie-
Tu'.ly fil'ed by ma I or express.
TT'md, l.oweiistcin A Co. tnrintnrv and
.id I ari
Carpet dealers Stores li
from in I to ISi-
I- ll.t'St.fS t.
JTVoplovir.cr.t Agency. J
li Front st. Furnish all
J. U. Wither. I!, Sir
k inds of help.
verd r.ir A B'.-ehe. lo Frm.t street. Com
mission Merchants a:id dealers in Do-
7ishion Lively Stable, cor. First A Salmon
JL sts E. CoiKeti, l'r. 5.. Good tmu-oute-aiwavs
IT'i-hel A ! Ix rts, cor. First A Washington
st-.. Dealers A Manefac. Cothinp, Furn
GRAY'S MUSfC STORE-
The largest Miimc House on the Coast.
STE1NWAV riAMIS, DIRliETT (U1GAAS,
Ci. I... ti-rit.XS, .llnnagtr.
soi.i: ackntt kui: the
t4IEove'' S"tviiis 3Iacliine.
js A L' e n t ft a n t ed . " 3
HCli'iii'V V f trine. (Irocers ai.d ilt aU-l s
in all kinds vf St-i-d.-, ccr. 1-itst and
nan; bin jrer, l;., l:-j: hirst si rt-t-t . in: porter
and dealer in Staple Fancy Dry Goods,
ntndee. 1) II., PhotoLr.iphlc Arlist. s. w.
cor. Fiist and Moiiison sts. Child s
J'ict. spec Ity.
Heiirichsen, I.. (J. & Co., lo'.t First street.
MaHiiiacturers ami dealers its-Jewelry,
"T Tihb.ird, (ieo. L., OS Front st.. w holesalc
in tlroceiies, Doois, Waon Ma-
TTodtrt;, Calef V Co.. P7 Front sr., whole-
A.Ji sale deal uis in dru-', 1':
TTvA n."' Sewing Machine, straight
JUL V 1 -XJ niedle, under tied, ?"1 ck
stitch." Competition cha!!euj;ed. (j. W.
T raver. 11-J Front st.
T fnryren v thin ner, A' s. lii'", to 172
XX Fir.-t st. 1
Impoiters Furniture, Ded
Hiilchinson. . Waict. ma ker. cm- l'iisi
and Main Mreet?. All woiji done at
an I rancisco prices, and warranied.
T ntet niitioual Hotel, cor. Front and Morri"
1 son sts. M. Uudolph, Prop. Fiee Uuss
Kohn. J. .1- Co., SH Front t., wholsab a nt.'
retail dewier iii Vine Clothing, Furniiib-
" J ai-ou Doree Restaurant, piivate rooms
i.fi. for Fariiilic, car. 1-t and Pine streets.
i,. Voos. Pi op.
"A Tartin, E. & Co., whole-ale dealer in
t 1 Wines .V Eiiinors, O. S. X. Cu's Iliock,
and San Fran
Meier k Schmeer, 111 Front St., wholesale
and retail Conlcctioners.
Mil'er, John R., : 1st st. Watchmaker .t
Jewel, r, oilers to the public a tine as
sortment of Watches, Clocks and Jewelrv.
Moeller & Co , Front near C t.. Dealers
"in native and loreiirii Wines, Liquors
VToithrup V Thoinpsoi), dealers
ware. Iron, Sti el. Hubs. Spol
wood Lumber, d-c., Portland.
s in Hard-
Occidental Hotel, cor. First and Moiiison
sts. Smith A Cook, PioprieWu s.
IJari-h, Wat;ns .V; Cot-iitdl7UealIciita"te
Agents, Pittock's Luildin, cor. Front
and Stark stieets. 0
PHOTOGRAPHIC COOU.A. C. II. Wood
1 ard ii Co.. Ml Fiont s'.
JOHN E. PILKIKGTCN. M. D
OVVJAST AM) AUItlST,
Office 73 Fihst Street. Holmes' Rni.n
in; . :u dock fi;jm Laph'o Dank.
Treats all diseased of the
l-ye, Ear, Throat ami Lun.
1"ichter, Paul. 105 First f-t.. importer "f
i. Rerlm wooden Carving-, Parlor Orna
V era of Forei?n and Domestic Ll'iuori.
1) uss House, Front st. On First Class Piin
j Cipal. 1 nomas Ryan, Proprietor.
Sherlock-; SJ., oi Fiont and FiTiTTIT
dealer m Harness, Suddlery and S.a'
SinRn. J.,50 Front street, dealer in Doors
Sash ii minds, Window 4 Mate Glas. '
Sin.sheimer, H., 167 First St., importer of
1 lanos, Organs, Sheet Music, .MUsic I.
Skidrrore. S. tf., PJS First st. Drucgikt 4
Apothecary, a larire stok of I tttL. r w
A- T.,ii-t i.i;,! '
Smith A Davis, 71 Front street, wholesale
dealer in Druirs, Paints. Oils. Window
Glass, Perfumery, Ac. g
Simw A Koos, 73 First stnet, Picturt.
Frames, Moldings, Artist's MaC.s.Draw
Smith, Put.. IJroker, Pu Front st. Pnler
in Lepal Tenders, Go eminent Bonds
and Gobi Dust.
O t7) K, 15. l7 . J'o" 1' Frmiit TrTeT.
k7 Matchmaker A Manutacturing Jeweler-
is appointed Apent for the "Waltham, Elpinr
E. Howard A Co., Cha.. JV. Jacot, and the
California Watches; also, for all the produc
tions and impoits of the- California Jewelry
Con pany, San Francisco. Send for circular-- O
Watches repaired in the Tery hest mtnirr
and waiirantkd to give satisfaction.
rrcrry Bros,. Xo. 17S First street, nianufae
I tnrers and dealers in Fumituie, led
dinsr. Carpets, Ac.
ryhe Clothing store. 113 Front st. Clothinjr,
5 L Furnishinj; Gotds, Boots and Shoes.
Harris A Prater. O
rputt'e, H. H., 142 A Ui Front st. Denier
1 in Wapons & Apricultnral Implenients-
lvne, E. D.. n. w. cor. First A Oak sts..
JL dealer in Brandies. Wines, English Ale
VA J liliams A Mers, o Central Idock.
Fiont st., Comniis.-ion Merchants k
deal's in Produce.
"1"7 bailey A Feehheimer, Attorneys & Fo
V lieitorsin Bai.kiuptcy. Office in Odd
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LOOK OUT TOE GOOD
S.ACKERMAlz & CO.
TJ A VE JOT RECEIVED A JAKCE o
-toi k ol
FALL ASV WiA'TER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OF FEB;
Cheaper limn tlie Clitaper
e would say, come and convince yrur
sdf bcl'ore pun basin-; el.-t wLvie. Our slotk
consiJs in i si t of
FAXCT AND STATI i: VUY COOI'S,
DodTS AND SHOES.
0 NOTIONS, OKOCKUIES,
H A KlWi R C,
ai d a prrat many aiticlt-s too cudiui.iii to
II C II I lill.
ALSO, Door, Wii.dows, Glass and F'tr.
ALL KINDS OF PROiarCE TAKEN IX
EXCIIANUE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, "WOOL wanted, for which we py
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S.'XKIEETM & CO.
Oregon City, A nl CI, ls71:tf0
The under.sipncd, luivirrl; increased tre il
mensions of hi.- pi emiesit the o!o t-r.d
Corner of Main and Third alref in,
Oregou City Oregon.
Or v O
Takes this method fnfoi m his td ril.
rons, ami ai Bianv new rius as n x K
plensed to call, tl at he is now l-repjued.
ample room. !r i..i moterialif, ivd ti e
best of iP. chaiii.-s, to Vihl am w, rec? .
struct, make, paint, j,is,n i,d turn cut al)
cop.plete ny soit ot a vehicle from a eeju
mon cart to a cor.rord c ath. Trv me.
DlackMiiillsini:, iloipe or Ox Moeirp. and
eeneral jobiuj; neailv. quirklv and cttap,
ly doie. DA VI D SMI III.
Opposite Excfrl.-tor Vrki n
A. G. WALLING ?
Pioneer Ecck Bindery.
Xo. ." ukhlnglnn Stret.
P.LANK BOOKS RULED and DC L ND t
anv deired pattern. r
MISIC ROOKS, .VrAC.AZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promrHj afc
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
F0RTLAND. - - CJieK.
.GEO. I;. ClKRYo
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHKft
Oimniissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovet
flowed i.ands. q
Faim Lands pnld and purchasers obtain &
for oil kinds of landed pror ertr.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negotiated on prapeHj, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and esecntedcith
fidelitv and promptness.
OFFICE No. li Carter's Building, ccirtr
of Alder and Front "srreftg.
Ftb. 3, Jt70:.tl
TTMTVERSITY OF CALlrUitNAA,