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OREGON I'lTV, OREGO.X, APRIL 11, 17J. :
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PnF.-iKNTATioN. At a reirular meet- -
Qnfr of Cataract Hose Co. No. 1, held at Satvndiy, conducted by lVots. .moil
their rooms on Tuesday evening last, land. Xk-holscimnd the Superintendent.
Mr. T. Paeon. son of Postmaster P.acon, The number of applicants was greater
i.n-senteo: a lla-e; to t he comnanv as a
. - . ,e t.:.i ' '-.
testimonial of the hiyrh appreciation
lield I y him for the future ot the com
pany, "of which he has lonir been a
ineinier. after which the Chief En-
jrineer. Col. White, throutrh whom the j . j 0) H.r (.,.llt. for second-class, the
iVvs was presented, made a few timclvj' , . , ,. Mml
an-1 happv remarks in behalf of its former hem- trood lor tuo j e.us . iml
lueinbers, whereii'M.ti, !v a unanimous tJie second lor six months, in ttio. c
vote of the oonirvniy, it was
Kksoi.vkd : That as an appreciation
of our regards to Mr. Hacon, not only
for past and faithful services rendered
bv him as a fireman of this coniaiiy,
but for the livelv interest manifested
i .. :.. ,.; ,r.. ili.r i,. I ":if ;ir:iet
IIV llllll 111 IMI- iil.l, VI 14'- , - ' - -
r n. . ) .1.. !.,.-...- tender
him our sincere thanks for ins kind ac
knowledgement of Ids wishes for the
future welfare of thi comoanv, the re
meanbranee. of which shall iivite and
stimulate in us a further desire on the
part of each member, to sustain the
motto of nr enmnany, '"Tis ours to
triumph when all others fail."
pF.nsoNAi.. Mr. Wiley Ciiapnvin. a
former citizen of this plice, atid the
reentlv appoiTit'd collector of Alaska,
was in town last Monliv. Mr. Chan
nian whil; wi differ with him polili
nllv is one of thf!Iieit i:i -ii in our
S' ate' and we believe, his appoint nv tit
U th" b'-st vet m vl. lie is not what
peonlecall a politician, but a firm art
iV,n and a-ts from hon-st in .fives U e
!,all always be id il to hear ot Mr.
-hapnnn's s-i:--s ,n any pos.t i-m he
new be plaeed. and tecl assured hiMvill
dis.-hir his duties faithfully and
i. Sun" of our youii',' hood
.A . ... 1
lunis will themselves mtotroui le
if they do not desist in writing ami
drawin" obs ' ne nietures on the public
t!r'rou-'h fares. There is a heavy pen
ult v for su-li coii'l'iet, and they had
b-tter stop bi Tore tliev tret into trouble.
Taere are soiii" other brys who disturb
KUVlb-r ones while iroin-JT quietlv to
H-ho.l who 'ill b t er n'vi up that
iirar-ti-e, as the o!;i.-eis are watc'un
i'1( ir conduct, and thev niavHud then;-J.K-..
hcfoie the 11 corder some
Kkii'1!m:ii.- Mr. 11. Jacob, President
of the Oregon Wo. l"u Mills, returned
home list Wednesday, from a pro
tracted visit to the lvist, where lie lias
..ceil p;ircha--iu - the iv-w -!-vldu"rv
f.r til" faetorv. Tue in .in vy will
all be here bv the time t'i' ' !::idin-is
r-ady. an 1 will b of th- 1 t'et im
nrov'cd. Mr. .la -obs looks hale and
hearty, and appears to have enjoyed
SciuiiMMi's i on Ainui.. The record
of "An Hour ajuion-the C. ret nbacks,"
tti S.-ri'mc r's for April, is as entcrtain-i-i-ra-i
ast rv. The nun i-n 1 author ce
tahilv writi's from a tb.ore-u-li a-iu:: in-tain-
with his subject, and irives, with
th aid of oi -t;ir.-. th" bet a"'-mnt y- t
is'i. .1 of the worki'i-r of the enrrcn
ov I -pirtm Mit. The May nuuibe-r of
N Tiinvr's linens the si x I h v l nine, and,
in th-'-puMNbcj-a say, "This is the tins
ArrrtiTx. Mr. Charles I.otrus. pro--losiu::
to t.iki- a visit to Kurope, adver-tit-s
his entire !iouseh Id furnitureand
other sroods for sal at auet ion. on the
2ith inst. P -rsous desirin- anythin -Sn
th" line of ho-;s.h 11 ''in n;' ore will
do well to attend the sal.' as they will
probable -el bar aius. See tin' udver
l- TowN.- Oar old fr'n-n 1. Capt. -T.
W. Cochran, one of the oldest as well
as most popular steamboat nieneveron
the Wdl imet!.- i rv. r, but now retired
ton s-1 "iv lid fai m in t b." npo-r ni'l ot
this count v, was in town this week.
T:i' C.i-.tar.i looks h d an 1 h 'i'-tv,
n I we atein-he r.d tb.al Ids country lite
agrees with him.
Oi ru iA!. Visi r. -- Jran 1 Master.
T ViiiHTi'-n n't'irn " 1 home 1 ast Wi
nes lay from Rib-i n Ore-on where he
had been on i olli -i d vi--' to the vari
ni lo 1-es of the I. O. O. 1. under his
Juris listi n. The Caotaiti has made a
most eiM -ient, au l active olVi -er durin
s who pa-s 'l a sa'.is a ,4ory esami-
iuiun l ist S ip.irda v to nai I' t hetn to
g .tcertilic .tes. sioir, st nd-uit s at .
,,,t in the Ore,- n Ci'v S -mm re. Thi.
inv be re-.l'l as an ill is-rati u of
the vai l
institution :n our uv.
. . r .
t... f- s,, iToel .v ven of
' ,v ' - .
Dr. Hircl iv of this city, has been bleed
in the Tosition of Parser on t he i iv-
ernur (li-over. T'ds is a oo 1 aoooint-
ni"tt. us S urlv M-.WII o'l'MiueiJ and
will in ike a in ist excellent I iirsi. r and
popular' of.i -i r.
Titi'ib Ti-.iiM.-The f, i -,l term of the
ehocl year at the o;-c on City Semi
nary i loses thi-. tnoruiu . P irentsan I
pers-ms iii-.e: - s(.. jM e-ipse of i-dn- !
cit ion are invit -il to vilt the closin-
exercises which will ie held this 1
School Ctr.nKs sh ad I remember
that tliev must furnish the result of the
rlietions held list Monday.
perintcii I -tit (: t:e i Hint v wit hm ten
days from the d.ite of the i 1 -ction
TjIukkai.ism. I'nif. Chancy is an
nrttin -e 1 to u-jye a free lecture r.t the
'ourt House this evenin- on '"li:ber:'l
ion." A I.i' i r.d L 'ague is also to be
Ntnv SrotiK. Mr. A. Levy is
up a neat new store in fJco. Marshall's
buibliu . second door north of the
p ist !li e. into which he expects to
move next week.
KKiaoioi-s. -lit. Kev. P.Nhop Morris
will preach at the 1"; isoopal Cliurch j wn.it stae-ei ing amount was forward
this niornini'at lt)'- o'clock. S r i -cs ! ':' ,ln -' ":l account if jewt lrv. laces
will also be held in the sanv church to- ' s;,i;1 .gloves, cr.ip.as. merions, liats. Im
inorroW evenin-. 1 ,ubM ll .:m ' misc. ll.uicous toilet ar-
- j tides. Imsvery respectable biP does
A good competent schod teacher c:n ! not loclu le the gold forwarded from
get a six m.-nths' school by applying Mf s'",:'( s 'V.' tiu;. 1 '"l n,'!l metropolis for
t s. r
T.'-e, at Iamaseus, in this
Nkw Coops.Mrs. P.. D. Kelly has
reeeiyi .1 direct from S.m IVandseo, her
Sprifte: stock of hats. How
etc. lj nlies i'd please,..;
Ine stock and prices.
1 1 exr.m-
Wi: noticed General John F. Millor
on our strV-ts vcstenlay
Wood's IIotsKTioi.i M vja.ink for!
April invites us to the following " feast j
r...,...-. .... I ll.-.,- r. f unlll Tilii ftii.l I
iloddess; Mid-Summer Dream: The
Slow P. .isonimr : Whims, bvAd.iison:
Miss Pop-In"; Music; Make Your
' .';ortunities : A PrieSiorv : AnlLni
llatns -11 -r's advertisement: I "n
r as.,n ;,i,, , H -votioti. by (bsi! Haniil-t'.n-.
s;m.. licit v in Prayer; Mv T. title
'"ntleniiM. by I,. M.'Ab-ott: Cradle
V,1")'- 'v !.;'. Holland: Kikk-Tikkc-'-ik:
C,.,, i Advice, bv Harriet Peecher
7;.")ve; and F. lito, ial. including The
1 ''"tares in ,ir Hm"s. Corrt-spond-"ee.
Ibeisekceper, Fisb.ion Letter.
avse and X hih-iis-,', Home, etc. We
ai-o notieo that about four thousand
profession d men and women, farmers.
yl , wti want "sonvthin- to ,b "nm-
aeeoniniou ited bv addressing the class local family pajier, and ought,
f"'-1" therefore, to receive that oneourage-
"-i .M.vrj.vzixE "(Times iVuudin -')'" m'?nt ' is industry and jrW judge-Nh-
ork CU-. t M and 3 Front-T.! . ment so abundantly" entitle him to
I-Ixa m i ii at io n 'I'll e
In accordance with announcement j
a public examination of i crsons desir- j
intr certificates to teach school in tni ,
county, was lu Id at the Seminary last j
than at anv vn-vioii-s public examma-
1 . , ,
tin beini? nineteen. T!ie I.oarct nau
established as a basis for a lirst-r-lass
certificate ) per cent, of the answers,
. ... : . . c. .11 . .t-1 ti c
irt'SCllt lor e.x:iiujiiaiioii, intr i-nw -,
obtained X. 1 cei tidcates, the tiirures
indicate the correct avera-e (.f answers
I jrivt-li: -N . Ii lll'lHll, i'i. 1 lie
! in- passed a satisfactory examination
.nd-classcertitic.'.te : Miss JSora
Koss, 7S; Miss Mary Hackett, e. -v. it..
Cvrus, nener.il a vera e s ; Miss L. inra
Timer,?); K. C. 1 lackttt, 1J. ; MissM-iry
Yo would state that it is not the inten
tion of the Superintendent to deviate
from the rules which have been estab
lished by the Hoard, and that the same
rules a iii I trrades of questions will he
used in private examinations. This is .
deemed necessary in order to elevate
the standard of competent teachers. and
to ive the people an asxnratve that
when a person holds a eerl locate t hat
theedtieation of sivh person is sufficient
to ju-tifv their employment, it lias
been the' practice heretofore, we believe,
to issue certiiic ites to almost any one
desirimr to make application, on the
-round that if they were lit for nothin
else i hey could teach school. Xow we
believe that the money the people pav
as taxes toward our public schools
should be care full v and judicially used,
and not simply do the best tliey can
and draw the public money. In many
instances in this comity the public mon
ey has just been throw away, there lie-in-
but one term of school taunht. and
tli.it by a very inferior teacher. Worse
than the money bein squandered. The
time of the children was al-o thrown
away, and probai.lv false and pernicious
principles of leaehin- inculcated into
their minds which cannot be eradicated
for .months by a thorough and compe
tent teacher. While this sum of mon
ey has done no ood lo such disti icts
ii" mi lit have done much ood to some
other districts. Our idea is, to elevate
the standard of teachers, and to dis
count e tiiis idea that some people have
that when a man is not lit for anythin
else he is ood enou h for a school
teacher. Clackamas count v, as far as
we have seen, lias apportioned, more
ni-itiev to the scholar this vear than
anv other eountv in the State, it bein-
l.s? in c.iiii and 17 cents in currency.
This money should be pru ! ntly used
lo accomplish the object for which the
people pay it into the common treasury,
and not allow it to be thrown away on
wi rt bless teachers. We know that t here
are not two districtsiuCl ickanias coun
ty, which reported to us this year, but
what t enou-h money out o; the
eonim'.n school fund to pay a compe
tent teacher one quarter, and nine oi;t
of eveiy ten districts in the county fret
enou h to n:iv for two nuarters. We
propose to do our part to compel di
rectors to exiK'iid tins moiiev so that it
will result in -i in- an education to tin
risinr ircneraiion. It is al-;o a notori
ous tact that the -rade ot teachers m
this county is very low. -and their
standard iii the state' anythin buMlat
terin . We propose to eha:i - this a
far as we can. and not issue ctI i.ieates
to anv unless tlwv can conic uo fullv
to the standard prescribed by th
1 hi; Ai.ium: for Anrd w.il he receiv
ed with enthusiasm and del'mht by ev
cry person of taste who has a rain o'
appreciation f. -.r t!ie
lutiful 1" a spark
of nride in the progress of American
Art. IV n-I he bites . it is. ot ciur
the i;i".st of all 1 he fine issuer of all this
woudcs-ful press, an 1 in this constant
improvement nriv ) noted the secret
of the -re: it siiceess which this Ameri
can Ai l .lonru.il has ;;!,; -ved, wliere
uitherto. s: m iiiv be mum s have 111-
vari tblv counted just so many failures.
Tie- pii" l':s!icts demonstrate, not only
the amplest n sources, but a determina
tion to' use these resources to the ut-
m 4. -in tiiis enl ig!i U ned liberality in
t'leir i'ii-iiii-ss can h ive or.lv Ihe n
resul: a li.-bl upon tlie popular faith
that will be to them a tower of strength
for all time to come. The second of tin
e!i:bi sketches, by John S. Oavis. an
nounced as th" quarterly tinted plates
:r I h is vear. a i: icars m this issue. 11
rej-.i eseu; ; a t :se:"t of a slice of bread and
lei'-"-, bv a roving cur, from a voting-
sterwuo was -eao-o ,M an o-ieM t -
! way to enjoy the balmy morning air
! A shadow has 1.1 verity el mded hisday
' nwl the tat-tallm- , rops ot an April
- s; InvlIT i-I'i in 'i-l r." ! I w I' r I 1 1 I II I s I
: . . v ' .
I li a vtTV pleasing siit'p.-li. and will and
1 " ti,(' reputatio.i ot tlie .promising
' voting artist. .M a-and Art i-''c"iv
i t!iellu,ht;'td conider at ion, and I.itera-
lure mot e t !ian usual at tent ion.t h" pa i
com. am i e it nr-;ng d-'V"ted to toe I.o
Ibnry Timrod. t lie best and most mi
fortunatei. fall the Southern poets. Tin
storv of his li:, as re-t l.l bv Mr. Srod-
dard, from the Memoir of Mr. Paul
lf.tvm is the sa-!dest literary record
that we have read for years. Subscrip
tion price .-?."") .no iie-lu lin- 'hronias '"'il
I ige (',( He" and '"Crossiii- the Moor.'
.) ones Sutton ,v Co., publish rs, o
Maiden L ine. N. A".
I V;. r.. T.he (Jovernor (irovcr jiassed
down yesterday afternoon at 3' o'cloe'.-
with, about 7"i passe n g n oti board and
a fr.ll cargo of fr irht. She now lands
ii -ularly at Catilicld's landing.
The Carrie pa-sed up the river bet
evening .''or II urishr rg. She has Lu n
j tit in lir.-d rate ouhr.
A Nt'T t on KroxoMis ts to Cuack.
last read this little pie e. which wetake
from the Philadelphia Inquirer, and
think V T it :
Here is a nut for political economists
to crick, be lieii- proelivit ies Free
Trade or Protcc ion. From the middle
of l-'IJ to tlie bis! oiMune, I72. the -en-eroiis
United States paid Paris the en
ormous su.u of sji; in i.i ihh. Thissome-
..e.. .-, .,..ir.s in ilH, IICII S rir-
mcic.saild taPllcs tiem whiel. t.
the same. There is not :, single item in
tiie ag-re-atcof the -"?Ji a.Oo.i.oo;) which
could not have U't n produe.-d at home
or been readily dispensed with, ami
t.iat with great beneht, to,,. . ,t nlv to
ioc ,'.i.se, oui u, me health of tii
Thanks. Our suhseription list
lias increased very rapidly during
the pat mouth from till p:uds of tlie
State, and a number have l.oen
a hle.I to our Eastern list. V.'e can
assure our friends that we shall aim
tomahe the ENTr.Kr::isi-: worthy of
their conhdenee and sunpovt and
give them a paper tlu.t shall he sec
ond to no local paper in the State.
Xew Dn-ss. The Oregon City
Urf--rjv;.y comes to ns in a Lran new
uress this week and sliir.es like a
hurnished dollar. AVe are -la I to
n,te this evidence of success and en
terprise on the part of our eotempo
rary.' 3Ir. Xoltner furnishes a first
San Francisco .Market Itcport.
Sax l a vN-cisco, April 9.
Flour Superfine, $i 5;) .5 ; extra, $5 50 75.
Wheat Coast, $1 7 I 80 ; bay shipping
an.l nUUinjr, il S'KU g.".
Pari, y Coast Iced, itiOiiii-; . bav f0fd,
1 'i'. il-W; bay br nvin- l 3.-,rii 40.
Oats The consignments by the last Ore--on
steamer are held at $ 1 4'Vj,25()-. demand
active, and the stock limited.
Portland Market Ilepor.
Wednesday Evexiso, April 9, lS7i
(Sold in New York to-day,, lis.
Portland be-al Tender rates, S3 buying ;
8i s 'IHii-.
Wheat in Iaverpool Average California,
lis 3d sdls 8d ; club lis ldis
Whi-at Iiemand is nominal at Jl 5!) ri
Oat.s Koduc-Hl receipts keep the pries
firm at (K.CtKr ? bushel, sacked and deliv
ered. Flour The shipments have lecn rather
light for the past few days and prices are
weak at $i blil.
Potatoes The market is overstocked and
quotations arc drooping at i")TvWc "3 bushel.
r.ctter California roll plenty at W&Xic,
while fancy dairy will bring SS.vt'lc ? lb,
Kg-s In goRl request for shipment to
San Francisco at ise lozr-n.
Paeon The supply on hand remains
ibundant. Sides ar; quoted at. lOrillc:
Hams ll' vl'lc, and prime Shoulders at 7(j
Poultry The receipts ap rather liberal
ind prie"s range from 51 5; to $1 doz. for
Ore on City Market Ileporf,
Kxtkui'kisk Office, April 1(.
In ord T to give our readers an Idea of
the prospects of the wool clip this year,
we quote the following from the New York
Sliiiqrin r IAd of March gM :
There lias been considerable movement
tic past two or three days, at full prices.
Quite a. number of manufactur ts are in
the city, and are quietly purchasing but
generally in small lots. This is accounted
for by the continued tigbtn 'ss in the
money mark - t. Prices are about as low
as they are expected to go by dealers,
and sot Ivy show no anxiety for the future.
California and pulled are in active de
mand, and pric -s for these, descript ions arc
firm, owin- to the reduced supply and
The following are the buying prices for
produce, and the selling price lor others :
Wheat Demand light, and selling at 73
r-vS' cent .
Flour liood supply in mark t, and sell
ing at I 3 ) '4,3 !.
Middlings Arc quoted at f:23 per ton;
shorts, '); and bran J13, with full supplies
Oats Supply equal to demand; buyers
are paying 40 cents.
Potatoes No demand, and the market
overstocked, at from SO-.&.li cents per bush
el. Onions Noiv in market ; quotable at 4
cents per pound.
Putter tiood fresh is scare0, and finds
ready sale at from .'0;.v:Fi cents p-T jwrnnd ;
inferior article in but little d.-maiid.
Kggs Market well supplied and sale dull ;
we quote t h-'in at IS cents p'-r dozen.
Chickens None in market ; worth J'J 30
-r do ui.
W ool Xone s-lling and no price yet
J tried Fruits Full stocks in market;
Apples ar bringing t! v7 c uts per pound ;
p -aches I'J'thi cents ; Currants lJ.il cms.
Sugar Crushed, 1 t-n, I- cuts; Island t;
10' ; New i rt -ans, 13 cents ; San Francisco
refine,!, 1P;,1 1 cents.
Tea liest, quality Jl p"r pound, and oth
er brands ranging irom li'i(-v73 cents.
Co:rce i5esL arlicl? g cents; interior, 22
Salt Ranging from 1 3if2'l.
S rup 3.) c-iils ier gallon; bt-st article
73 cent s.
P.acon Hams l''il'J cuts; Shoulders,
S cents ; sides, 1J !:. p-r pound.
I.ara P.-r p-miel 11 c aits.
Oil Jl -y. es K -r.is -ne p-r gallon, 73
cent s ; 1 .ins tl 51 23.
ii -i foa toot te,-,ii fat. cattle find ready
,s:i I at li c Tit s on ! i. il .
Peril Wequot- at j cents.
sheep Few oilcring ; quote at J2fi3pcr
Hides '.'r-en at. from ,t ( owing to the
size ; dry 13 c -nts per jioiuid.
The Cliasc Ivda'e Ui-!its of the
Aiueiican SJeirs Istab:ishel.
Mue'i interest has Vipen excited of
late by tlie decision in the celebrated
Chase will ease" in fayor of the
American heirs. This estate, which
is valued at thu enormous sum of
.s',0 no,-) .000, is located at Leicester
shire. England, and the property
comes to the heirs in succession, sev
eral of whom live in Chicago and
Alton. Anion- the number are J. II.
li. Henderson, of YV2'2 "Wabash aven
ue, Chicago; the heirs of tlie late
(Jen. Ij. S. llutnerford, and 3lrs. Dr
C. M. Smith, of Alton. The en-lish
heirs had heretofore obtained their
full interest, and the late decision
perfects the title of the American
This yast estate came first from Sir
Townlv, of Townlv Hall, Lancaster
shire. Sir Townl v had one son. who
afterwards married, and also left a
male child. Tlie latter never took
unto himself a wiie, and upon his
death he willed the entire property
to his sister Mary and her heirs.
The Litter married Chase and four
sons liichard, Thomas, William,
and Aequilla were tlie result of tlie
union, llieharil remained in Jung
land, but the other three, came to
America about tlie vear li"2!. A
(uilla settled in the vicinity of New-
burvport. Massachusetts; lhomas in
Ttlio.le Island, and William in Yar
Tlie amount originally bequeathed
was ."sr,0()0,(H)) of which one-fourth
was distributed to the heirs of
liichard, in England, and the remain
ing three-fourths, by the late deci
sion, is to bu distributed among the
American heirs. This decision was
telegraphed to one of the heirs resid
ing in Louisville, and several meet
ings have been held bv those interest
ed. It apitears that dtirin.g the past
twenty years one of the heirs has
been engaged in arranging and com
pleting the family record in Amer
ica and the chain of facts thus elicit
ed caused the above mentioned deci
sion. S7, Lou's D?mocrq.
In the above estate, our townsman
James Chae and others, of this city
have an interest, and we are glad to
note the fact that they arc likely to
come into possession of their portion
of this immense wealth.
At Knight's Ferry, r'.ilifornia. March
21. Mrs. M irv K. 'ooke, t ldcst
daughter of S pure A. Hood, of this
place, aged about 12 years.
Th- many friends of Mr. fYwl;r n?-i,l
the aged parents and relatives of thia
j place will deeply sympathize with them
I in their addiction.
in this eountv, March. 1:1, S73 j)V
; Key. K. T. WeVith-rlv. Mr. J K 'p j.
j mistnn to JI llcn T.ae.-v, all of ' t hi
. Hulf Alive.
It is a sad thine to pass through life only
half "alive. Vet there are thousands whose
habitual condition is one of languor and
debility. They complain of no specific dis
ease ; thev sutler no iositive pain ; but thev
have no relish lor anything which uiTords
mental or s n sat iona I pleasure to their
more robust and energetic lellow-beings.
In nine cases out of ten-this state of lassi
tude and t rjor aris-'s from a morbid stom
ach. Indigestion destroys the energy of
both mind und body. When the waste of
nature is not supplied by a due and regular
assimilation ol the food, every organ is
starved, every function is interrupted.
Now, what does common sens suggest
under these circumstances of depression?
The system needs rousing and strengthen
ing; not merely lor an hour or two, to sink
aiterwards into a more pit iall condition
than ever (as it assuredly would do if an
ordinary alcoholic stimulant was resorted
to), but radically and permanently.
lfow is this desirable object, to be aeeorn
phi.shed? The. answer to this question,
lotinded on the unvarying experience of a
quart' r ol a crntury, is easily given. Infuse
new vigor into ttie digestive organs by a
course of Host otter's Stomach Patters. Io
not wast" time in administ 'Ting temporary
renvdi .s, but wake the system n x by recu
perating the fountain head of physical
strength and energy, the great organ luxm
which all t.he other organs depend for their
iiutiire and supjiort.
iiv the t line t hat a dozen noses ot mo great
vegetable tonic and invigorant have been
taken, the feeble frame" of the dyspeptic
will begin to leel its Oenigri lnmieuce. Ap
petite will be created, and with appetite
thu capacity to digest what it craves. Per
severe until the cure is , complete until
healthful blood, tit to be the material of
flesh and muscle, bone aud nr rvc and
bra in, flows through the channels ol circula
tion, instead ot t,ie wat,.ry pubuium with
which they iiav-j Jic-retoiore Ut,-eii imper
fectly nourished. .
" Iaonllitir on the Vinir," saj-all who
have made use of I nt.. W is r a it's Balsam
ok Wll.n C'HKItKV. and by such use been
cured of coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore
throat, influenza or consumption. The
prudent will always liecp tins standard
remedy by them.
Gems of Iieautiful Writing.
A new compendium of Penmanship,
comprised in a complete scries of copy
slips, has just been -published. 1 oe
author, I'rof. fjasl-cell. I'resident ot the
P.ryant or Stratum College, Manchester,
N. II., has long been known as the
"Prince of American Penmen." and
since the death of Father Spencer there
has nee n no one to uispute this title.
This Compendium is having a large
sale in all the principal cities and
throughout the country, as nothing so
complete, beautiful unci useful forsel;
inst ruction has ever before been
offered. It supplies a great want.
IJook-keepers.cle: ks, teachers, farmer's
sons, all want to learn to write repidly
and elegantly, nowhere else can they
get so good instruction as in this wav.
It is sent by mail to any address for 51.
Write for it. Address "Prof. G. A. (Jas
kell, M inchester, N. II.
April 11, It.
It is a well known fact that Dyspep
sia and indigestion are the causes ot
nearly all the diseases that the human
body is heir to; then why pay enor
mous doctors' Lill.i? Ity using Dr.
Henley's celebrated IXIi Hitter's they
c;m Ik' thorougly eradicated from the
system and new life imparted to the
sulferer. Head physicians certificates
in another column."
A GEMS F ail" WOERl'lilSE.
The following persons nre authorized to
avt as agents lor the KxTl KlMtlsr: :
(J-o. P. ItowcIWt Co., 40 Par Uow, New
Coe, Wethr-rill A Co., 6J7 Chestnut street,
Abbott .t Co., No. SJ and SI Xassau j-treet,
Portland, i m-gon f,. Samuel
I-ancisco b!"i .' iSr
St. lb-lens, Columbia county S. A. Mil"S
Aston;i, Clatsop county A. Van luivn
Salem b. Williams
llarnsburg I. H. Smitli
1 jiuiyetL ,'Vainnill county 1.1. l-'crgiison
Dallas, Pol it county l"ave lloim-s
t'lenton county W. A. Wi-Iis
Corvallis Hon. John i'airaett
Canyon City, Grant co V. C. I,as-i'll
Albany N. Arnold
liall'-s Wiisi-oco'iiily, N. H. Gates
ba1 irande, Cnioa county A. C. raig
lVndl, ton, L'mat iila count v, S. V. Kiioa
Uos-'burg Hon. 1.. F. Lane
r ebano-i '" Montagu
J l,ai10'1 ,.J. K. Kal.-tou
Jackson ville Hon. K. I). I-'iaidray
Long Tom H. C. Huston
CI. ACK A Jl A S CO V -N T V.
Heaver Creek C. V. P.e.ati
buttevill' John Zumwalt
Cascades 1 1 tirv Met higin
Can by I. W. Straws t
Cutting's I. "rigid
F.agl" i'r-'cU I rank W. Kusfr
H.irdiri.g's Capt. '.. C. Norton
Low. r .Molalla W. Moreland
Mil wan kie lohn Hagetiberg'T
Iswego lohn I look-
Ppp-T Molalla V. II. Viiu-lian
!ur Splemliil CIironii;s to I0vcr
Arrangements have been made by
which we can oner ;i ytai s sti'.'scrij1--
tion to The New Yoik Ciiuistiax at
Wo uk and Fci.Kcrie Whehly, with
their four magnificent 'hromos:
" iood Morning." " Carlo in Mischief."
"Spring Flowers," together with our
own journal lur 5i. Oo.
As the Cl'.rotnos alone are worth from
510 UO to !rl" IK), and as the "New York
laiblication is every wav tirst-class.it
i-rest l ts tin unusual opportunity to our
suuserioers. i ne t;,iromos are made
by Prang and other celebrated artists,
and wi.l Ik- lorwatded promptly bv
Suould any srbvriher desire only
the two lirst named Ciiromos, thev will
be s. nt wiUi toe two publications for
Kemit to the pul li-jher of this paper.
i t r r r f ,tNvvS
Time Tf.sts th: Mrril.s of all Things.
I'O" OVER TiiTriTY YEARS.
s been teste, ui cverv variety ot cli
mate and by almost -every nation
kno.vu to Americans, it. is tn constant
companion aul inesfimaliU! lricnd iI th
niissionary and tii traveler, on the s -u or
land, and no on ' should travel on our
Isiki s of Jiicrrs. u itJsOut it.
s.ncetnc PAIN-K.iid.L!t was first, int ro-
due-d. and met with such extensive sab;
many I.iniiiir-itf.i, V,'c't'v, J'annr'ft, and
otuer lCftinihr.1 l,ave been oiren-u io tin.
public, but. not one ol them has attained
tic-trill v cm i inhlexta n f.i ii'i ol the Pain-killer.
WHY S3 THIS SO ?
It is because Davis' Piiin-Ivilb r is what it
it claims to bi; a lteliev r ol Pain.
It Jbailsare Uiisftllcil.
If you are suir.-rin ' from infernal pain.
Tirntt.. to 'J hi rtjt lnn in n I.ittlr Watrr
win almost Instantly cure you. mere is
nothing tocipial it for
Colic, Craisijjs, Spasm, Hrart-Imrn,
Kiuriii':!, 1," j selll ry, i nn, inn in
tlie 15:-.V'is, SiitirStoniarh, ly
lepsi;. Sick. lf-adaci:e, cVc.
In sections of the country where
Fever and AgU3
prevails, ther is no r"iii"dy held in greater
esteem. Persons travclin z should keep it
by them. A tew urops, in water, will pr -
vent sickness or Ijo.vfl trounles lrom
change ol wat'T.
l rom foreign countries the calls for 7Via
KiUer are ur.-at. It is louud to
Cure Cholera when All other Remedies Fail.
WilKX r.si;i) EXTKllXALLY, ASA
T'lXIMKXr. not hiag -:ives uuick reas - in
Jhirnx, Cuttiir, limit, Kp,-tin., Win?. from
J.i',t, and S.ult. it removes tic- lire,
and the wound heals like ordinary sor s.
Those s-uir ring with IllliCL'MATISM,
(rOL'T, or XJU JIAJA1I A, ii not a positive
cure, they find the I'liiii-KUlvr gives them
relict when no oth'-r remedy will.
It Gives Instant Belief From Aching Teeth.
Kverv house-keep r should keep it at
hand, and applv it on tic first attack ol
any pain. It will give satisfactorily relief,
and save hours of siilf Ting.
Do not trill with yours Ives by testing
untri -d remedies. - sure yon call for and
I get tie genuine PAIX-KlLLKlt, as many
worthbss nostrums are auempie-u n w
j sold on the preat reputation ot this valua
I fIirections accompany each bottle.
! Pricf 3 cti., ct. St Per Bottle.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOPillA,
OK EG OX LODGE XO. 3, I. I. O.
Meets every Thursday J-SSi
eveniicgat 7 Li o'clock, in the i&Sxi&fi
Odd Fellows' Hall, Main "SaS""
street. Members of the Or
der are invited to attend. Uv order
1 A I LS E X C A M I M E XT XO. 1 , 1. O.
O. F., Meets at Odd Ft llows' 0 0
Hall on the First andThird Tues- XjX
day of each month. Patriarchs '
in good standing are invited to attend.
3. I. O. . F., Afeets on the
Second and Fourth Tues
day evenings each month.
iiCjn clock, in the dd
Fellows' Hall. Members of the Degree
ire invited to attend.
iiTJ.T:;o3iAii JLoii;i; mi.
: A. M., Holds its ri'gular com- f
luiiications on the First and Yy-L.
'itird Saturdays in each month, fjK
t 7 o'l-lnr-,- IVimi linc'iiih ,,l'S..i.
temU'r to the "uth 01 Man h ; "and 7
j cloeli lrom thu 110th ot March to the
20th of September. Hrethren in good
among are mviiea lo atleiKI.
Jiy order of V. M.
nnilK t:xiKKSICSXKI WIIJ, SKI.I. AT
S. Public Auction,- at Ids residence, in
Oregon City, on
Monday, April SK,
his entire stock of
II0USEJ I0L!) FURNITURE,
Consisting of Parlor. Diningdtoom, P.cd
Kooill. f'lorence Sewiri" Machine K,tMmi,
and Carp ts, Spring Matrasses, Stoves and
other luruiuir.'. Also, a line Horse and
I have also a lot of s"iml-hfinil ,1
and window sasii, which will b sold.
flrcgon City, April lo, 1573.
OKA I. ED PliOPOSALS WWA. HE KE
IO ci'ivcil by the committee on Streets and
Public ProiM'rt v. nut il t lip -Nfh r.r im-ii re
constructing a roaii lrom Ninth stn et un
der th I'luir, to Seventh street, on the ton.
Said road to be made in accordance with a
piai, on ni ' in the KeC.()rder's ofiice. For
nirthcr iiilorinalion, inquir of the com-
iiiiii.ee. vv . .MOSS,
J. D. Mlbld dt,
April 10, IS73. .IAS. ATIIKY,
Conimittw tn Streets.
"CA2L0 I1T HICCEISr," "CCC3 irssiTmo,"
t " SPRING FLOWFHS." SUMMER FLOWERS," i
" AWAU. " ana " ASLur,
VVVlOl the KI'I FCTir WFKKI.V nnH WFF.KI.T niniS-
HAS a r W'lllK (.eonsoiiaatea), ior
Two of tliMO Chrnmoi btv the ire of "Wide
A wale and last Atlerp;" ue ouen
Subscriber fomlshed AT ONCE
AuLiN I o
enn mnke better term
with ustbfin with any ,
k H.W.ADAMS j
Aliout loO po-timls of loiii; prim
er, of which this is nu impression.
Has been in use hut a short time,
ejuoil work. Price 2o cents "j.) ib,
cither tictl up or in cases cases
A small Tent of NoajHT.,-! of which thin is an
iinpri--in. l'ricc rs " outs ITj. As e()0rl ;i ticw.
1 liuio is ruou-h to set alnmr one column of this
paper solid. Address thi otlii-e.
LIVE AND LET LIVE!
THE OREGCX CITY HACK AND CRAY CO.
if javing prnniAKD tiik t.ivfuy
i 1 Stock and Fiisiness of Messrs. Vi 11 is
A- r.routrhton, .iikI the Prays, Horses and
I'lisiness of V.. X. tirci'iimaii, are now pre
pared to carry on tin
i i:i:o sTAiw,r;
We will also deliver slab wood to all those
persons to whom Willis A- I rou;;hton have
emja-j-d and as many more as will enj;a.;e
slab wood from us, so far as wp can p't a
supply. Orders hit at the I J very Stable
for Wood, 1 'ravine; or llaulinjr, will be at-tend-'fl
to wit li dispatch. Patronage in our
several branches ot business solicited. Our
Charges Nlmil He ?Iodcrate.
The hltrhest cash price paid for Oats
delivered at the Stable.
J. M. FRAZF.R, President.
Oregon City. August Z lS72-tr.
" Tt lTiTl n Tii "ef i e l d :
WILLIAMS Cl HARDSriG,
KKKr iTIH MOST rOMPI.F.TE STOCK
1 Family tirocere-s to be lound in the
citv. All Roods warranted. Joods delivered
in the city ir ee of charge. The highest cash
price paid uir country produce.
Oregon City, March .s, ISlt.
801108 fok the PIANO.
3Iailcd, lit-iail, Ilet-eipt of Priro.
Iarlin;r, I am lonely now. Son"; and
chorus Stewart 30
SweHest. Sonsr and chorus Hanks. '50
Mattie .lav. Son;; and chorus Hanks 30
i.ost and saved. Uallau Doniker :10
Farewell, Darlin.Mll we met...Ko.s.:wij; 30
Thin Is ol me, Hariimj. Soil"; and cho-
rlis Mi.T.s 30
skinef a blessing lrom ni'itin-r. Ning
and cnorus Stewart 30
Ill-collections ol childhood, i'aritone
Sf,ntf Hanks 30
Thou art no longer mill '. liailad...! lanks 30
Hear me sav my little prayer. Sone; and
chorus I'ratt 30
Close t he shutters, Willie's dead. Sons
and chorus Stewart 30
Ki.nei i ir -enie. Sons and chorus... lVr.l -y .
Unit dalticklin me. Sons A dance... Hays :jo
inii'lliilwiivs lindms true. Sons "d
chorus .. Hays 3-j
Head but not lorso'.ten. sons and cho
rus II:-VS 40
Me,-t mi! .M'-pi--.Sous and chorus. Hays 40
i.ay in? wii -r i my Mother's si.-cpins.
son" and chorus st;wart 40
Father oi All. SaeredSons l'anscron 50
uMimn I'aws. Second IVnsee Melo-
cl ique '. T. Fr 35
P,eliario. Fantasie Kinkel 'A
Rustic licauty .March Ivinkel 35
Sunbeam .March skfiats :t"
Joimtiie's March Kinkel :5
li, rti f's Schoftisciie Kinkel 35
.1 1 1 limit's Schottische Kinkle ."15
flattie's Waltz Kinkel .."
.-ve t Sixteen Waltz Kinkel 3-5
Evi-nins Z phyrs Waltz I'aclu-r 30
idrd ol T.eauty Waltz Youiis -l
Switeh-otr alop onus '-',,
Kittie'.s Polka Kinkel :tj
Hav iI Siinsiiin I'olka I'acher 35
Uli'steiiins Stars Polka de Salon Peine 50
K,ldr-s Polka Kinkel :ti
Hurry's Polka Kinkel :;5
Sinilof Iieauty Polka Young; ?)
Pieces marked thus hav" picture tit l's.
Any piece mail-' d lost-pai,i, on receipt of
marked j-ricc--. Aildr -ss,
I. I'. PETERS,
500 nrnadmij, .-u-Vurk,
March 2S, lS73-mi
TAKF.X UP PA" ALKRKD MARQUAM.
hvinsln Mariuam's lYecinct, t'lacka
rnas county, Oron, one Hun Map Mul
brand 'd on the l it i,jp WJth No n. t
upper bits or notches out of risht ear. Was
posted ou the 1st day of Januarv, ls73
, , A. MAKQPAM.
daeknmn cotintr, March 21 1S7H tw
CIIVS. II. CTJFIJTJLr),
COEXEi: OE SEVEXTII AXD MAIX STREETS, 0REG0X CITY.
Has J ust Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining. Shirtings. Tal le-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens.
Linen Towelling. Table-CToths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics. Buttons. Ribbons, Laces and Insertions
Embroidery. White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods.'O.
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AMD CMILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries. Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil. Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys,
AVhicU bee selwctort with special care for thl niarktt aid cannot
BE SURPASSED IX QUALITY OU PUICE.
THE HIGHEST MAKKKT PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
March IS. 1873 :tf
Bocks and Stationery.
I will py the highest price for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will cll & low a any houie In Oregon for
CASH OR ITS EQUIVALEXT
In Good Merchantable Froducs.
I am selling vry low for
CASH IX IIAXI.
Gire me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1S73.
I ISTK 1 15 UTI O X.
RANGING IN VALUE FROM
SIO to S5fOOO
TO THE SUBSCRIBERS OF
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND.
Every Subscriber is sure of one premium
any way, also has an -jual chance of rc-c-ivinp;
a Cash Premium, or a I'iano, Organ.
Watch, (Sewing Machiiif, etc., etc.
First Grand Cash Premium
S 5 , O O O
0TJ3 FIHZSIDE TBlESJi'Kinht Par,es.
Istrgr Size, Illuxtniteii, the Family Weekly,
is in its Third Volume and has attained the
I-arev-st Circulation of any paper published
in the Vst. Its success enuulos th? propri
etors to furnish the liest. Most iK-sirable
and Most Csciul original reading matter in
jreat variety that money can buy, and to
make it a llomc Weekly suited to the
wants of every family. Subscription price
$: per year of 52 numbers.
The Elegant Chromo
size 10x20 inches, 16 colors. Acknowlged
uy all to be the llandsonn st and Most val
uable premium Picture in America Kverv
subscriix-r is pr-s-nted with this Chromo at
the time of subscribing, (no u-tiitinrj, and
.iit receives a num oer-'d cert lticat" enti
tling the holder to a share In the distribu
tion of tS't.'-m in cash and other premiums.
The distribution takes place on thes;o
ond Tuesday in June next. The Chromo
and certificate sent on receipt of price.
Specimen conies, uremium list, ete p-iv.
inr full part iculars.sentlrce to any address.
Either local or canvassing
in every town. I jire;e cash
pay and the best outfit. Send
at once for terms. Address.
OCTR FIR KSIDH FRIRXD,
March C-tf. rMnvtn. Iff.
IV m. B ROUGH TON
TTTOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
T T the citizens ol Orctron Cltv and vicio.
Ity that he is prepared to lurnish
Vlry !s prucf and Odar
of every description.
Dry Flooring, CeiIiBg..Sprucc (for Shelving),
Lattice, Pickets, Fence Posts
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Sidewalk Lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at as low nates
can be purchased elsewhere in the fctat.
tiive in a call, at the
OREGON CITV, SAAV MrLX
March 21, 1873-tf. O
4 8 THE ENTERPRISE HAS COM
out in a
from this day I will give everybodjth
same show and sell
CLOTHING, COOTS AMD SHOES
and all other merchandise
IT REDUCED PEICES FOR CASH,
to make room for
Call and see for yourselves, and v 2
per cent. cash. a. LEVY.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
AN IMMENSE STOCK AS USUAL.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
PKOTZJIB", ClllHUX i CO.
Coruor First and Morrison atreta,
No vc m ber 22, lS72-t f. q
SPKIXG AXD SUMMER GC0DS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shos,
Ladies and Gents'
etc., ttc, etc., te.
BZalu Street, Oregon "City. O
Prod ii ee of nil kinilc liin-t fA .t.iu t
. . v. r.bm,,., nujvil A.
pay tlie highest market price, li vou de
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at
I. S ELL I XG'S 0n
iive me a call and convince yourselves!
" QUICK SALES AND SMALt. PROFITS,"
The highest market price paid lor wwiL
Oregon City. March 21. 187.1-tf.
T HE BE y rX
DR. HUFELAIM D'S
Tlie First and Mont flealllirul Tonfe
ever introduced in tlie United htat.
Thse I'itters hav
tern in the ssan i ran
cisco iark- t lor ov r
'1 -n(y m i and
not u it l:staiiuiiig tbs
many new candidates
tor public lavor, th
sal s have constantly
'J a) r Sk IJeneel,
Sole Agents, 4i9 and
411 Clay str-jet, San
I rancisco. No. 20-ly,
IMPERIAL fJi ILLS,
Saicr, LaRocqcc & Co.
Ieep constantly on hand for sale Flour,
Middlings, Llan and Cniek -n r eeu. Partiea
purchasing feed must lurmsti the sack.
ICE-CREAM SALCO N j
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY AN'-
I JL non nee to the citizens of Or gon City
and vicinity, that I have Just opii-U an
I ICE-CREAM and COXKECXIOXtllT
J establishment In tlie building formerly
occupied oy l. uiu. r, on iuu
Corner of Fourth and Main Streets.
The Artie Soda Fonntain will be in
K..-..t t.. tr.ir tlie il.'m.inds ol th6
thirst v. I inaiiuacture nlDmy own stoc--.
conscriuently tlej- ar 1'v.re and Fresh. A
share ol puoi.c patronage i rspict; ui;y Sw
I licited. . .
Ore-r.n City, H"pf br ftth. lTrtr.
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