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AN ACT to Create a School District in Ore
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Terri
tory of Oregon, Tliat what is known as the corporation of Oregon
City he, ami the same hereby is made and constituted a school district,
under the restrictions hereinafter mentioned.
Sec. 2. The City Council of said corporation shall have the control,
management, and direction of the common schools in said city, and the
funds thereof, independent of the township or school district in which
the said city may be situated; and shall be entitled to the proportional
amount of school funds to which the number of children between the
ages prescribed by law, will entitle them ; and the said City Council
shall perform the duties of district trustees, and shall have power, by a
vote of the qualified voters of said corporation, or by an ordinance, to
leyy taxes for the support of the city schools; for the building, repair
ing, and hiring of school houses, for the purchase or leasing ground
therefor, for the furnishing thereof, for thcp establishment or increase of
school libraries, and for all other incidental expenses. They shall have
full power to establish graded schools, and order such branches taught
as they tnay deem proper, under such rules and regulations as the said
Council mav, from time to time, ordain.
Si:c. 0. The said City Council may cause a poll-tax of one dollar
to be collected from each and every person entitled to vote at the city
(5 election, and the same shall go to the support of common schools in
Eaid city. o
Sec. 4. The exclusive right, privilege, or franchise of maintaining
and keeping a ferry from any point on the Oregon City claim, to any
point on the west cbank of the Willamette river, is hereby conferred
5 upon the said City Council, until otherwise provided by law; and the
said City Council are hereby authorized to lease said ferry right, privi
lege, or franchise to such person or persons, and for such length of
time, not exceeding one year, as they may deem proper, which said
lease may, from timer' to time, be renewed at the expiration thereof;
and all tolls, or in case of a lease, the proceeds arising therefrom shall
be paid into the city treasury for the support of said schools. The
rates ol toll or ferriage for such ferry, shall be fixed by the board of
county commissioners of Clackamas county, as in other cases of Jerries;
7 ''- ih il, that whenever a school district shall be organized in Linn
City, and a proportionable amount of taxation made and paid in for
the support of the school or schools, the children of said district shall
enjov all the benefits and privileges of said school, and shall be allow
ed to cross and re-cross said ferry free of charge, for the purpose of
attending said school, the same as though though they belonged to the
Si:c. 5? The City Recorder shall furnish the county superintendent,
at least twenty days before the lirst Friday in November of each year,
a report containing the number of scholars within the city corporation,
over four and under twenty-one years of age, how long a school has
been kept in said city the past year, what proportion of the scholars in
the corporation have attended school, and the amount of money paid
; Si:c. C. AW taxes raised by order of the City Council, for the sup
port or maintenance of schools in said city, shall be collected by the
City Marshal, or such person as the said City Council may appoint,
anil the same shall be paid into the city treasury; anil the Marshal or
other person paying money into the city treasury, shall file a duplicate
receipt with the superintendent of the ciiy schools ; and the Marshal
or any other person paying money into the city treasury belonging to
the city school fund, and shall fail to file a duplicate receipt with said
Superintendent within five days after making such payment, shall forfeit
a like amount, to be collected before any justice of the peace in said
citv, and said forfeiture shall likewise go into the city school fund.
Sr.c. 7. There shall be elected by the legal voters in said city, on
the fust" Monday in April next, a City Superintendent of common
schools, who shall hold his office for the term of three years, and until
his successor is duly qualified.
Skc. s. The Superintendent shall qualify within ten days after no
tice of his election, by taking an oath faithfully and impartial!) to dis
charge the duties of his oflice, and to the best of his ability, promote
the interest of the common schools in said city.
' Skc. f. The Superintendent shall have the general supervision and
arrangement of the public schools in said city, and shall, from time to
tinn. corimiunicate to the City Council such matters as he may deem
to U13 interest 01 euucaiion m saii city, ami shall annually make a lull
and complete report of all matters connected with the management,
" arrangement, and expenses of the said schools, together with a list of
the blanches taught, the names of all teachers employed, the names
and ages of all pupils connected with the city schools, and such other
information as he may deem proper.
Skc. 10. The Superintendent shall examine all teachers asking em
ployment in said city schools, upon all branches that he ma) deem
pruper; and no person shall be employed as teacher in said schools,
until such person shall have procured a certificate of qualification from
the Superintendent, and the said Superintendent may, at any time, an
Skc. 11. The Superintendent of the city schools shall keep an ac
curate account of all "moneys paid into thcVuv treasury, belonging to
the common schools; and no money belonging to said schools shall be
paid out by the Treasurer, except, upon an" order from the Superinten
dent, ot the city schools.
Si-c. 1-V, The County"' Superintendent shall notify the Superinten
dent of the said city schools, of the amount of money in the county
tieasury or otherwise, belonging to the said citv schools, and noon
receiving said notice lie shall draw an order in favor of the city school
s treasurer, lor the amount belonging to said city schools; and "he shall
charge the amount ot such order to said City Treasurer
Skc. 13. The Legislative Assembly may, at any future time, amend,
alter, or repeal this act, when considerations of public ood or the
wants ot the school district mav require it.
Si:.-. 14. This act to take effect, and be in force, from and after its
Passed, January DO, ISoi,
0 Itulcs of Order for the Government of the Cily Council.
Ri-i.k 1. The Mayor (or in his absence the Recorder Kl,n ,.,n
members to order, at the time the
there le no quorum present, it shall be the duty of tho City Marshal
immediately to inform the absent memWs, (except those known to be
unavoidably detained,) that their presence is required to enable the
Council to proceed to business. Should they fail to appear on .such
notice, the members present shall adjourn to the next regular meetin
Avhich may have been established by the Council.
Rule 2. A quotum being present, the Council SIUH proceed, in the
absence of the Mayor and Recorder, to appoint a president pro tern
after which the first business in order, after the roll is called shall be
the reading, by the Recorder, the. rc-ord cf the preceding meeting
which, if not objected to, shall be considered as approved.
Rule 3. The Mayor shall announce at each meeting of the Council
the business in order, agreeable to the following rules, and no business
shaiy.e taken up or considered until the class to which it belongs shall
be declared to be in order, except as provided in rule 27, and Irovidu7
that communications from the Mayor may be read at any time.
RULE 4. -The IjUsIIW's; nf tho Crmnoil uliill rrriw m-. I.i c m
. v-.viviiinr r j rrmnncT rn nnrc nni run m m.
2nd. Reports from the standing committees, in the order named
rule 2G. 0
3rd. Report from select committees.
th. Report of officers.
Council stands adjourned. Should
5th. Claims against the city. -
Gth. Kcports and business on the table.
7th. Heading of ordinances.
8th. Propositions, motions, and miscellaneous matter.
Pule 5. The Mayor shall preserve order and decorum; may speak
to points of order in preference to other members, rising from his seat
for that purpose; and shall decide all questions of order subject to an
appeal to the Council by any two members, on which appeal no mem
ber shall speak more than once without leave of the Council.
Rule G. The Mayor shall rise to put a question, but may state it
Rule 7. Question shall be distinctly put in this form, to-wit
many as are of the opinion that (as
and after the affirmative voice is expressed, "As many as are of the
contrary opinion, say no." If the Mayor doubt, or a division called
for, the Council shall decide, those of the affirmative of the question
shall first rise, and afterwards those in the negative.
Rule 8. All questions relating to priority of business shall be de
cided without debate.
Rule. 9. When two or more members happen to rise at once, the
Mayor shall name who is first to speak.
Rule 10. Xo member shall shall speak more than twice on tho
same question without leave of the Council, nor more than once until
every member choosing to speak shall have spoken.
Rule 11. "When a question is under debate, no motion shall be
received unless :
1st. To amend.
2nd. To substitute for the original.
-3rd. To refer or commit.
4th. To lay it on the table,
5th. To postpone.
Gth. The previous question.
7th. To adjourn.
"Rule 12. A motion to adjourn shall always be in order except
when once put and voted down, it shall not be in order until some
other business has been taken up; shall always be decided without
Ki r.;; 13. When any member is about to speak in debate, or deliver
any matter to the Council, he shall rise from his scat ami respectfully
address the Mayor, and shall confine himself to the question in debate,
and avoid personalities.
Rule 14. Kvery member who shall be present when a question is
put, shall votefor or against the same, unless the Council shall excuse
him, or unless he be immediately interested, in which case he shall not
vote; but no member shall be permitted to vote on a. question when a
division is called for, unless present when his name is called in its reg
Rulk 15. A member of the Council acting as president pro tan.,
may vote in all cases in which he might vote if not so acting.
Rule 1G. Whenever it shall be decided that the Council go into
the committee of the whole, the Mayor shall leave the chair and appoint
a chairman of the committee of the whole, who shall report the pro
ceedings of the committee.
Rule 17. Xo motion shall be considered unless the same shall be
seconded ; when a motion is seconded, it shall be stated by the Mayor
before debate. It shall be reduced in writing, if desired bv any mem
ber of the Council, but the mover may w-ithdraw it at any time before
a decision or an amendment be made to it.
Rule IS. On motion, in committee of the whole, to rise and rrport,
the question shall be decided without debate.
Rule 10. If the question in debate contain several points, anv
member may have the same devided, but the mover of the question
shall have the right to designate upon which point the vote shall be
Rule 20. When a question lias been once decided, it shall be in
order for any member who voted in the majority, to move for a recon
sideration thereof; but no motion for a reconsideration of a vote shall
be made after the ordinance, resolution or act, shall have gone out of
the possession of the board ; and no motion of such reconsideration
shall be made more than once, and provided, the motion to reconsider
is made the same day of the passage of the matter in question.
Rule 21. Upon a division of the Council the names of those who
vote for, and those who vote against a question, shall be entered upon
the minutes when any two members may require it, and in such case, it
shall be the duty of the Recorder to enter on the minutes the names of
the members so calling for a division ; and in all approjirialions of
public money, the yeas and nays shall be called for by the Recorder
and recorded ; and no proposition shall be deemed to be carried unless
four members of the Council, thall have voted on the proposition.
Rule 22. Appointments of officers shall be by ballot, and a majori
ty of the members present of the City Council shall be necessary to
constitute a choice.
Rule 23. All committees shall report the facts in relation to the
matter or subject referred, with their opinion thereon, in writting, and
no report shall be received as the report of a committee, except the
same be signed by a majority of the committee.
Rule 24. All committees shall bo appointed by the Mayor, except
when it may be determined that the election be by ballot in the for
mation of special committees, and if not objected to by-any member
shall be considered as approved by the Council.
Rule 2.3. There shall be, until otherwise ordered by the Council,
five standing committees to consist of three members each :
1st. Committee on Finance.
2d. Committee on School.
3d. Committee on Fire and Water.
4th. Committee on Streets and Public Property.
5th. Committee on Health ami Police.
Rule 20. Xo standing rule or order of the Council shall be rescind
ed c.r suspended except by a vote of two-thirds of the members pres
ent; nor shall the order of business established by the rules of the
Council, be postponed or changed
the members present.
Rile 27. Upon the final passage of every ordinance the question
shall be taken by yens and nays, and shall be enrolled by the
Recorder in a book kept for that purpose.
Rule 28. The previous question, until it is decided, shall preclude
all amendments and debate on tiie main question, and shall be put in
this form, to-wit : "Shall the main question now be put."
Rule 20. All questions shall be put in the order they are moved,
except in filling blanks the longest time and the largest sum shall be
Rule 30. A member called to order shall immediately sit down
unles.H permitted to explain, and the Council, if appealed to, shall decide
on the case, but without debate. If there be no appeal the decision of
the president shall be submitted to.
Rule 31. A motion to lay on the table shaH be decided without
Rule 32. The Mayor shall cause the Recorder to make a list of
the ordinances, reports, resolutions or other business on the table
which snail be considered "-reports
Rule 33. The regal meetings
Axr. ....... jne i fjj-m;ii mei-iinp;s oi me council Mian ie neiii once a
montli upon svu-h eveniiurs .is tuny be rloeineil most convenient b the
majority, and the hour of meeting shall be, from September I5th to
April 15th, 7 o vlock, r. ii.; from April loth to September 15ih, at 7i
J o'clock, r. r
the question may be,) say aye
except by a vote of two-thirds of
and business on the table,"
of the Council shall be held
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. 11. 12ic2ASLilsoii9
Corner of Front and Oak streets .Portland
Of Real Estate. Groceries, GeneralMerchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday ! .
A. B. Richardson', Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined liar and IJnndle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Hasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-paus, sheet iron, H. O. Iron
a lso :
A large assortnientofOroceries and Liquors
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneer
OREGON' CITV, OREGON,
C.RETAIL DEALERS IN
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASS I M E II E S, FLA NX ELS,
T V E E 1)8 AND 11 L A NKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will t.ike wool 111 exchange.
Also, Dealer in
BOOKS AHD STATIONERY
257" I will also pay the lii;ifist prii-e- f.r
Butter. Eggs, and ail kinds ot good ci'iititi v
produce. 1 will sell as low as mtiv honsr
in Oregon .'('or Cash or its equivalent in go .d
mere ha 11 t;i hi 1' produce.
&jt (Jive nie a call and sati-fv voiir l ves
Jan. 13, 1571 tf
jSJEW YOIIK HOTEL,
So. IT Frnt Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship la id mg. Port land. ( )i e;i n.
II. H0THF0S, J. J. WiLKEKS,
P LOP R I ET OKS.
Hoard per Week
. ; on
. 1 on
with Lodging. .
J l if Kst-.hUfhtd
FOll 111 i; MAX I FACTORY OF
SASH, BLINDS AHD OGSHS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
te They wiMalsn do TURNING, of -v ry
description to order,
With Neatness and JJispatcl
ALL WOIIK WAKRANTED.
Shop on thi River, in Lewis' shop.
onrios.te OregoH Citv Mills.
'JL1 II IS
- Tf Tj ??7
"Will sey everything needed in a f?a;.Iy, from
the laarfest to the lightest fabric
it iors jsoiai: v. tjsiii,
j:ok: eijxis of V4oir:;r,
axd kettjcs: v. :;k,
Thau any other machine.
Tf there 13 a rioreneo Frwirf ?'a.
chine within ot:o thousand miles cf
s:;n Francisco not vorking veil ar.il
fivinj entire Fntisfr.etinn, if I am in
formed of it, it vi'.l Lo sttciuVd to
without expense of any hind to tho
CAIOJLL LULL, Agent,
13 Nciv fiiontromery S'.rcet,
Grand Mote! Cuildlnj, San Francbco.
Smd for Circulars tinrl samjir.n nf
the trorA-. A-ctiv& Agrit9 vrantctl in
MAIN STREET, - OUR 5 ON CITV.
JUXrF.irTURER AXD niPORTLR OF
T7II1CII HE OFFERS aS CHEAP AS
c m be had in the State, at
XfSI warr.int all my wods as represented.
Oregon Citv, April 17,1 172. nj'jtf.
B 11 EWEET!
I1CMIV II U WCKL,
Havinjr purrha-ed th ahovp Rrewrrv wish
e toinforni the pnhli- th.it he is now prenar
ed to manufufture a No. 1 quality ot
Asioodasean hp -hta:ned anywhere in te
Stale. Orders solicited nn. I uromplly filled
HOME-.M A DE OAK PET FOR SALE AT
V I. Zm.
Business Directory of rortlaiul, Oregon.
F CBLISH ED BY L. RAMI' EL ,
General Advertising Agent, U3 front Strctt.
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
So. 4'J First siri tt. Importers and Job
bers of Fancy Goods, Toys, Crockery, Glass
ware and t'lated AVare.
Astor House, r jrs St., lietween Uak and
Pine. K"er) thing neat. 1. L. Longfel
3 1 U.SI C AL I X STlt U MUX TS.
GII.I., S.TEEL & 1JAXCKOFT,
Xos. 75 and 77 l-'irst Stret, Porlluml.
1"arnian, the only direct Importer of Cloth
3ing, &c, cor. Fri-nt & W aidr.tigton sts
CHAS. C. EARRETT,
liOOKSELLLU & STATIOXEK,
Largest stuck is i'drtlaxd.
IWo. 1 J Front siiid Xo. SVVa
1)ECK,MLLIAM & SON. VlV Fioutst.
y Importers and de.ilers in
Guu$, lit;s and Kivolvrrs
of every description.
Fishinp Tat-kle, Farcy C.oods, Reads, Rird
C'ajes, Bak-ts, Croel Oanie.s, and
Agents Cot the Calih-t ma Powder Works;"
al.-o, tor th "Wlit-tler .V Wilson
Beck, Jdin A., 12'. Front street, practical
Watchmaker & Jeweler. Work done
lor thf Trade.
IJOOSi AM).IOIi ikixti:ks.
MIMES A I!A'IIEI.I)I-R !3 Fiont street.
1in hanan, W. A., s. w. cor. First A Taylor
y sts. Cheapest Furniture House in Port
laud. CARPETS.' M Front stieet.
( Alaike, Henderson &, Cook, M A Kt First
) street. Dealers in Dry Goo. ;s. Fancy
iootls, A r.
Cohn A Ito.-enf. ld, Us F:or,t st. Conni;is-.-.ion
M rchai ts A D. aleis in On gun A;
Cioi.glo. J. P . Miiinifactiiier A Deiler in
J S.idiih-s, Il.ilner-s, and Saddlery Hard
ware, V' Front s'reet.
(vniier. W & Co.. in:; l-jont.-t. Meicnj.ut
J Tailors and Clothiers, lia.ts Furbishing
i L ..-hiir.il t A O.ttuian. '.! 1 r 1. 1 t rei t .
Real l.-t.ite Ajiril.-, Uionty loaned.
ULiM lilll UUULOi ara o. iiu
1 lolil s I i.ei
1J Li UUloi O, wodi.
. Kl AC" i. I- !- t street. Oincls tn-Ri
.inv portion ot t. e State or Te1iilor.es ca:e-
tnily 1:1 el by m.i I or express.
Iml, l.ove:.si in V Co. Fuinitire ami
J Carpet i:eal. i s Stores from l.Tl to iSji
1- n .-i st I e. t.
I inplov men t A jjcncy . '. R. A"it l.erell, o
Front st. Furnish all kind- o! help.
J r'verd V Reehe, lo Froi-l stieet. Ci'l
j mission Merchants ai.d dealers in 1j
"fashion Li ei y Stab'e, cor. Fii st A: Salmon
sts E. Cot bet 1 , 1' r p. tlood t in n-. i.ts
aUV.ivs on hand.
IJVhcl A R belts, cor Fits! A V:i.sh:nton
st-.. Dealers A Maiiutac. Cothinr, Furn
GRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
The larirr.-t Music Reuse on the Const.
STlIWiAV Pl.tt'CS, EI'EDETT CEG.1.S,
Ci. la. rtPIt.S, Miuuigir.
SOLE A'lLXlT FOR TIIE
'4 EIo-svc''' S"viiig 31aelsine.
X'.T"A .'ent- wanted. "(Tn
Hac.ii i.i y A Steme . ( 1 1 ocers anddialeis
m all kuu!s of Seeds, cor. lirstai.d
Hn. bilker, Ii., L;."J I ii t s: reel . in, p!i ler
ant dealer in Maple r anc Dry tJoods,
Htmhe. D IL, Photographic Artist, s. v.
o r. First and Moiii-on sts. Child s
Pict. spec lty.
Kenrichseii, L. C A Co., 1".i First strc
Manulacturcrs am.1 dealers in Jewel
Hihhat d, ( I eo. L.. '.i Front st.. w holes lie
dealer in (jroceiies, Doors, Wagon Ma
Hodjre. Calef A Co., f'7 Fn nt s'., whole
sale dealeis in dniji-!, Painis, Oils,
1 I f "XT' Sl',vi,;- Machine, strain
LJLV'1-1 needle, under bed, "h
siuch." Coin petition ehalleued. U.
4 raver, 1 1 2 rout st.
Hiirsrron A Shin. Her, N s. MS to 172
First st. Lnpiyter.s Furiiittire, Red"
inthinsoii. W.. W atchmaker cor l iist
and .Main ftreejs. All work done a!
San Franciscn prices, and warranted.
Internationa: Hotel, cor. Front and Morri
son sts. M. Rudolph. Pnp. Flee P.uss
Kohn.J. A Co., !il Front st., wliolsa'e and
ret.iil dealer in Fine Clethinj. Fisrni-h-
"Afaison Doree Restaurant, piivate rooms
for Families, cor. 1st and Pine sircets.
(t. Voos. Prop.
"Af ariin. A Co., whole-ale dealer
i Wme A Liquors. O. S. N. Co's Llo
and San Fran
Meier A Sehmecr, 1 1 1 Front St., wholesale
and rt tail Confectioners.
Miller, John II.. '.i.t Ut st. Watchmaker A
Jeweler, otlets to tlie f iiblie a line as
.snitment of Watches. Clocks and .Ieweirv.
Moeller A Co , Front near C st.. Dealeis
in native and foreign Wines, Liquors
Tort:.riij A. TlioniT.oi. .i,...i... :.. n j
XI ware. Iron, St. el. Hubs. Spokes. Hard
wood Lumber, tte.. Portland.
Occidental Hotel, cor. First and Mouison
sts. Smith A Cook, Protirietora.
1)an-h, Wati.ns A CorneM, Real Esta'te
Apen.s, Pitt, ck's building, cor. Front
and :?tiirk stif els.
I HOTOORAPMIC GOODS. THeWI
1 aid A ( p., inl Fiont st.
JOHN B. PILKIKGTCW, M. D.,
OCULIST AM) AUKIST,
OrriCE 73 First Stkhft. TToi.ves' RriLn
lxa. 3i noou fi:om Ladii'm Rank.
Treats all diseases of the
F-je, I'ar, Throat and I.ung-s.
)ichter, Pacd. 105 first s. . in'pnrtjr of
V Merlin wooden Carving-, Parlor Oma
ers of For&ign and Ppmestic Liquor.
1 uss House, Fiont s-t. On Fim Class Piiu
JLL cipal. H.omas Kyan, Proprietor.
VheiiocK, S. H hum and w FimTtT
O uealer in Harness, Saddlery aLd bad
aier Hardware. '
Simon, J., 50 Fiont s-ti eet, dealer in boora
Sash A; Iilinds, Window & Plate CIbk.
insheiii.er U., 1;,7 F st stimpo, ter cf
O 1 lanos. Orgaus, Sheet Alusiv, Alusic I
3. I UlliLH
Skidn or. S. (L. 123 First st. DTiiet"
Ap. thecary, a large stoek of Periunieir
A Toilet Articles
O mull A Davis, VI Front sUeei, whIesr
O dealer in Drucs, PaiuLi. Oi!u".Vi.i
(ilass, Perfumery, Ac.
Snow A Rons, 7-i First Mnet, I'lc-ure
Flames, Moldings, Artist's Mat' s Ti,..."
injl Insti umenis.
Smith, Put.. Rrf ker. fid Front ft. Dealer
in I.epal Tenders, Go ernmect Lends
and Oohl Dost.
111 " I I .HI I I ill I ' BUI II . I-.
QTOJE, IJ. I.., 5T 107 Front Strt-t-t.
lO AVatct:mnker A Manirfacturinc Jeweler-
is appointed Aeent tor the "Waltham, Eljrio
V.. Howard A Co., Cha.. E. Jarnt, and tb
Calil'oi nia Watches; al-o, for all tl e produc
tions and inifoi ts of the CalifiirniM Jewelrr
Conrpany, San Francisco. S-nd tor circular-
Watches repaired in the very hest niannr
and wahrantkp to (jive satisfaction.
rierry Pros.. No. 1 78 F irst street, manufae
1 tnn rs and tealersin t uruituie.-i:j.
din?. Carpets, Ac. '
rihe Clothing store. lKt Ffont St. Clothir,
L Furnisl iny Coeds, Loots and Shois.T
Harris A Piager.
puttie. II. II., 142 i l-!4 Fn.nl st. l)titp
JL in Wagons A Agricultural I mplemi nVS
riyne. IL D-. n. w. c r. First A Oxk sti.,
I dealer in Riandies, Wines, English Ale
and Porter. O
"1 illiams A M-ers, . Central I tick.
I iont St., Cotnnns:
iniission Wercl.ar.tv A
leals in Produce.
t l7ha!!ey A Fecld eimer. Atlormys 4 So-
lieitors in Lanki uptcy. Office id Odd
Fellows Temple. O
LOOK OUT TOE GCOD
Have jl.t received a latcs
fctoi k of
FALL AXD VniEtt CCOES,
WHICH THEY OFFER
CI:eaiit-r titan tl:e CkcapcK.
V e would say, come and convirjce rrtr
self I efoit-j un hasini-elstwLi e. (JurVieti
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY G00LP,
HOOT AM) SHOE."?
at I a ptiat many articles too minnniii t
li. enl ion.
AI0, Doors, Windows, Glass at.d rty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IX
EA'c HA NOE FOR GCCLS.
ALSO, WOOI. wnnted, for whicfc w p,T
the HIGHEST 1 RICE.
S. LCKILKIK & CO.
Oregon City, April 21. l?71Jtf
Carriage r.Tanufactciy !
The undersigned, liurinp incrrated Y ii
mcuslons of his premises, at the old ilicd
Corner of 3lain and Third streets,
Oregon City. Orcpcn,
Takes this method to Tnfoim bin old rat
rons, and as n.ar.v r.w mrs rs n hv h
pleased to call, tl at .e i? n.iw prrprrt d, with
ample room Kod materials, and the rrrj
best of n echai.i.s. to huibl .m. r..,-.-
struct make, paint, iron and ivra out aH
complete any soil ol a vehicle from a ecm-
can to a concord c ach. Trv me
Ulaeksrnitl.ing, Horse.or Ox sl.'oeir tf. and
general jobbing uesilr, qun klr si)d chean-,-VfJone.
Oppi site F.ctlsior VsrVet
A CP W ATT ivrtc O
Picr.cer Beck Bindery
Ao. 5 Wasjiingioii S.tiJt.
BLANK ROOKS RULED and R0LND
anv defireii pattern.
MUSIC ROOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPFLS, Etc., bound in every variety oi
style known to the trade. "
Orders from the country promptly at; O
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
P0RTLAKD, - - CEEG K
GEO. Ja. CFI1RY.
DEALER IX LEAL FSTATEAND 0TI1K&
IN EST.VI NTS.
Commissiot er Selecting Swamp and OTei -flowed
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed p'mjritv.
Valuable securities transferred in eiclncra
for real estate. fc
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and detei n inrd.
Comni'ssions solicited and executed witb
fidelitv ami promptress.
OFFICE No. 14 Carter's Building, ct rncr
of Alder and Front stieet
Ftb. 3. l--7--:tf
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