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OREGON I'lTV, ORCGOX, APRIL 11, 1S75.
UK XI'VER SMILED AGAIN.
The train which brought his wife came
Ami then went sweeping on.
Tint wiic to him ; his wife hail brought
His in other-in-l.iw along.
II" lived, for life may long I hi borne
Kre sorrow breaks its chain,
But this last stroke just settled him,
lie never smiled again.
(There were bright eyes around his
-, ho ne.
-1 CThe children laughed in glee
Be "ore this last ;irr v d came,
She settled that vou s 'e.
lie "ore him passecf his former chums
In il(!3iiri;'.s reekb-ss train,
Bn' blaclc alp ieea held him fast,
II3 never smiled again.
(-lie sat where Howl m bowls went round,
"And songs and jokes wt ro passed;
He thought he'd raise a laugh once
That lTrt was his last,
A hllw murmur of desrair
as oient w.tu every s'rain;
Th- oM irlrl's image held him back,
lie ne er smiled ag tin.
In ot'ier homes where sorrow came
It o issed uud left no ttae,
At d tln-r brows were cleared of gloom,
An 1 joy resumed her daee.
I'nt n 't for him ; his goose was cooked,
He curs 'd his fate in vain,
1 1 is hopes were le:id for c oming years,
He 11 ever smiled again.
The Pop 'i hir SrU- ft fir Mm th ! gives
those itoirfs relating to the manner of
prodiieingexeessive fatness. It says:
Numerous experiments have been
made on geese, ducks, pigs, bees,
etc., which go to prove that these an
imals accumulate much more fat than
can be ae:a!iiited for by the quantity
present in the feed. M. Flourins had
the bears in the Jardin des Plantes
fed exclusively on bread, and they
became excessively fat. 15ees confin
ed to a diet of purir'nnt sugar continue
to produce wax, which strictly be
(dongs to the group of fats. Kut what
ever its source, the excessive use of
non-nitrogenous food, conjoined with
inactivity, frequently leads to the de
posit of an inordinate amount of ole
aginous matter. his fact is illus
trated by numerous instances both
among; the lower animals and among
men. At Strasburg the geese are
fattened by shutting thorn up in
darkened coops within a heated room
and stufling them constantly with
food. The high temperature lessens
Qthe Escape of the heat, obscurity, in
activity, and the cramming of animals
with fattening food. A still greater
refinement for pauilering to the appe
tite is resorted to by the Italians,
who relish the fat of the ortolan. To
procure this in perfection, the natu
ral habits of the bird is watched,
and it having been found that it only
takes food at the rising of the sun,
they cheat the birds by producing
an artificial sunrise. To effect this
the ortolans are placed in a dark
warm chamber, which has but one
aperture in the wall. Pood being
scattered over the floor, a lantern is
placed at a certain hour in 'the? open
ing, when the birds misled by the
dim light at once commence feeding.
The meal finished, the lantern is
withdrawn and more food scattered
about when the ortolans sleep. Two
or three hours having elapsed, and
digestion being completed, the lan
tern is again made to throw its light
into the apartment. The rising sun
recalls the birds again to the habit of
feeding, and they again sleep with re
turning darkness. This process is
repeated several times in tUe twenty
four hours, and in a very short time
the ortolan becomes a ball of fat,
which, strung on a wick, is said to
make an excellent lamp."
In a prize essav on the Sabbath,
written by a journeyman printer in
Scotland, which for singular power
of language and beauty of expres
sion has never been surpassed, there
oceurs the following passage. Head
it and then retlect for a while what a
dieay and desolate page would this
life present if blotted out from our
" Yokefellow! think how the ab
straetion of the Sabbath would hope
lessly enslave the working classes,
with whom we are identitied. Think
of the labor thus going on in one
montonous and central cycle, limbs
forever on the rack, lingers forever
straining, the brow forever sweating
the feet forever plodding, the brain
throbbing, the shoulders forever
grooping, the loins forever aching,
restless mind forever scheming.
Think of the beantv it would ef
face, the merry hearted ness it would
extinguish, of the giant strength it
would tame, of the resources of
nature it would crush, of the sick
ness it would cause, of the projects
it would wreck, of the groans it
would extort of the lives it would
immolate, and of the cheerless graves
it would prematurely dig. See them
toiling and moiling, sweating and
fretting, grinding and hewing, weav
ing anilpiiining, sweeping and gath
ering, mowing and reaping, raising
and building, digging and planting,
striving and struggling in the gar
den, and in the field, in the granerv
O and in the barn, in the factory anil
O in the mill, in the warehouse and in
the shop, on the mountain and in the
ditch, on the roadside and in the
w od. in the city and in the country,
out at sea and on the shore, in the
days of brightness anil of gloom.
- What a picture would the world pre
sent if we had no rahiath.
. Puet Not. " The horse that frets
is the nne that sweats," is an old say
ing of horse-men; it is just as true of
men as of horses. '"'The man that al
lows himself to get irritated at every
little thing that goes amiss in his
business, or in the ordinary affairs
of life, is a man that, as a rule, will
n-complish little and wear out early.
He is a man whom bile and dys- !
pepsia have a particular fondness, j
and for whom children have a par- j
ticular aversion. He is a man with j
a perpetual thorn in his flesh, which i
pricks and wounds at the slightest j
movement; a man for whom life has J
little pleasure and the future small 1
An invalid wife in Chicao was
cured of ten years illness. Her 1
neighbor informed her that the hus- i
band of her losom had run away
with a healthier woman, and the out-J
raged wif 3 got out of bed and vow
ing to take his scalp, camped on his
"Why is your shadow like false
friends? Because it follows you in
A Kansas dentist takes farm pro
duce in exchange for teeth, and offers
to dig out the " roots" for nothing.
A French physiologist has sue-1
cee led in making an artificial pair of
Siamese twins, by joining together a
pair of young rats.
In the London Lancet we find the
following advertisement: "Wanted
A respectable and responsible fe
male attendant for a young lady ffd
tlicte 1 to intemperance."
The majesty of law in Lawrence,
Kansas, is illustrated in this classic
and forcible manner in which a judge
reproved a witness: "Young man if
you speak that way again, this Court
will forget its dignity and punch you
in the snoot."
An old farmer said to his sons:
" Iiovs, don't vou ever spekerlate or
wait for something to turn up. You
might just as well co and sit down on
a stone in the middle of a medder,
with a pail 'twixt your legs, an wait
for a cow to back to vou to be milk
ed," A Pottsville man, who says he
hasn't attended church for many
years, boasts that lie can remember
perfectly the preacher's text on the
last occasion of a visit to the sanct
uarv. And this is the- wav he rem
embered it when asked what it was
It is easier lor a camel to enter a
circus. than for a man to eat a pack
age of needles."
They have "right smart" little
boys in Milwaukee. A teacher in
one ot the runlay oclioois there, re
cently narrated the account of the
crucifixion and thought she was mak
ing a fine impression which she
was but became a trifle confused by
her pet scholar suddenly saving:
I" Bet you they wouldn't a done it if
Buffalo Bill l been there!"
Some graceless scamn played a
practical joke on the Mayor of an
eastern city. A perfumed note was
left on his table requesting him to
call at a certain house, at a given
hour, to perform a marriage ceremo
ny. The thing was a sell, three phy
sicians being similarly summoned to
the same place at the same time.
None of their services were desired
by the surprised family.
The following conversation be
tween two clever lawyers was over
heard: " How docs your client like
it?" " Not very much: ioms to com
plain of the expense." " Mine is all
right; bound to fight it out. Can Ave
manage to get the jury to disagree
again?" " Don't know; we must work
for it." You'll get beat of course, in
the end, but you'll appeal, I sup
pose?" " Of course."
The complacent landlord of a cer
tain hash-foundry at breakfast recent
ly, planted his thumbs in his vest
arm-holes, leaned significantly back
in his chair, and said:
" Gentlemen, where do you think
that beaf steak comes from?"
"Prom near the horns," was the
quiet reply of one of the boarders.
It is singular that the landlord has'nt
put any more conundrums to his
The census of 1S70 reports 72,4."0
church organizations in the United
States, and v5,02 editiees, capable of
seating 21.tKo,002 persons, and val
ued at S:i01,4S:-i..srl. This includes
all religions Christian and Hea
then Jew, Gentile and Mormon,
Protestant and Papal, orthodox and
heterodox. The Methodists are the
wealthiest denomination in church
property, owning $'.),8o4,121; the
Presbyterians comes next, with 00
0'.9,7;; and the Iloman Catholics
third, with SoO.USoGIJ.
In Connecticut, a certain justice
was called to jail to lilerate a worth
less debtor by receving his oath that
he was not worth twenty dollars.
"Well, Johnny," said the justice on
entering, can you swear tliat you
are not worth twenty dollars, and
that you never will be?" " AYliv,
answered the other, rather chagrined
at the question, ."I can swear that
I ra not worth that amount at pres
ent." "Well, well," returned the
justice, "I can swear to the rest, so
o aloncr Johnny." And the man
Desf.kves Pltkixo. On the 0th
of March, A. 13. Meacham telegraph
cd to the Secretary of the Interior
that he had made a peace with the
Mo.loes, and added " we believe now
that peace will be ixrmanent. " Af
ter ttie Modoc sympathizer, Steele,
tied from the lava beds in fear of his
life, Meacham still telegraphed to
the Secretary of the Interior that
there " was no change of affairs.'
And thus this conceited ass is stay
ing orders to the army to proceed
against the Indians in the hope that
some-how a treaty may be made, and
he proceed to Washington with
Captain Jack t Co., glorifying him
self and get Odeneal's, or some other
oiliee. It is not necessary to photo-
grapn JUoacham hero. We have all
enjoyed and laughed at his weakness
- . - T " -t , . .
iu fee nun cock ins hat upon one
side, at an angle of 4o degress
ami strut bke a turkey gobbler this
while entertaining was harmeless
w... miuuinir ami swelling as
x eace commissioner, and fishing for
an oiliee the while, at the expense of
the security and welfare of our South
ern ooruer is base and criminal, and
lie deserves nothing so much as to be
ia.ven to the nearest pond and uncer
emoniously ducked. J&rewry.
Why do people read advertise
xi.- xo see who is enterprising
uuo io icarn what is going on. To
see if there is anything new, or any
1-.;. ii .
,.,1 lUey want. To see if the
JnTi!!&liay,e 'omein an.l to
iwismem. Io know if
any one is selling off at red need rates
- . vuauceoi an auction
ty. Because thev
To satisfy curiosi
have read all the
births, deaths. 1 o-
cals and accidents.
they can't help
Comity Treasures Xotipp.
TREASCRER's OFFICF Ct ipl-,., r. v
OKKOON ClJS&& lA )
X,rCE s HEREBY OIVEV TII VT
n ( on h-d tpaj
Intvrest w.ll c-as from this date.
T. J. JlcCAHVEU, Treasurer
A UCTIIOy A ND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Cornier of Front Oak 8 1 8., Portland.
Estate, Groceries, General Mer
chandise and Horses.
DAYS Wednesday and Saturday.
A. Ii. RICHARDSON,
At Private Sale.
English Refined Dar and Bundl Iron,
English Souare and Octagon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Rasps,
Sheet Iron, R.
assortment of Groceries
Jan. 1, lS73-tf.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
The standard remedy fur ConjiUt Infl
eitz.il, Kire Throttt, Wliooftinsi f'uwih. Croup,
J.trrr fjompirnnt, jsroncrttim, jsieerfinrj of the
Lungs, anil every ate'etiuti of the Throat,
Line's and t host, lnenminfr consumption
Wistur's Italsitiit of Vil:l t lierry does
not dry up a Ooujrh, but losens if , el-anses
the lun-rs, and alleys, thus removing the
cause of the complaint. None genuine un
less Slimed I. P.utts. iTepan by Sktii v.
Fowi.e Sons, Boston. Sold by Reoinoton,
HosTETTEit & Co., San Francisco, nnd by
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
rri HE UNDERSIGNED AX- ff V
M nounc? to the citizens of Oregon 'v-
City and Clackamas county that they have
just openeu a
Main street, next door north of Shades Sa
loon, where t hey will keep on hand and for
sale all floods nert aininsr to their lino, nt the
i.owkst I.I vino katks. Kspecial attention
Kiven to t he repairing ot use 1 imp 1'ikcks.
All jxoous sola and work clone warranted.
il'.i. A. HAAS fc SON.
Oregon City, Feb. 6, lST;-tf.
03E3QN CITY BREWERY!
ery wishes to inform the public that lie is
now prepared to niaiiulacture a jso. 1 qual
I, AO 1! II Jl RE R,
as (rood as can be obtained anywhere in
the State. Orders solicited and promptly
Ths 3Iost Simple, Practical and
ECONOMICAL MACHINE IN USE.
Sales Exceed all Othvrs on the North
riHIEY SEW MORE RAPIDTA' AND
X with less noise than any other ma
chine. The only practical low priced ma
chine that gives entire satisfation.
What other Agents don't tell about, the
The Improved Home Shuttle Machine :
Thru flon't tell .ioh that they are t he sim
plest, having less number of pieces, and
more easily understood than any other.
That. th"y ar;? the lightest running; more
easily l"arn"d and operated. That, more
HOME SHUTTLES are s -nt out Irom the
( ien-'ral Agency at Rortland.than all others
The; tlon't tell oit that they sw equally
as we'll on havy and light gofxls.
Thru don't trli. that they use the pat
nets ofthe hfrh priced machines.
Theg lon't tell, iou that it has the straight
needie and self-adjusting tension.
Vh-t people say who hav us"d them
and compared them t other -Machines will
tell you :
That they are more easily learned and
operated ; Simplest and best for all kinds
of work, and will use linen and all other
kinds of threads and silks.
A few of th names are given below who
are using the I iikovki IIomk Shuttlle :
It K P K K K X C K S.
General R11, Port land.
C. S. Silv rs,
Wm. M ;ters, "
C. W. Priadl bookkeeper for leverage,
Wad ham A Co.
Miss U Vaughn, Portland.
Mrs. J. H. Upton, East Portland.
Mrs. S. A. Mor -land. Portland.
Mrs. J. S. Church, Oregon City.
Machines forwarded to any address, with
full directions for using, on receipt of price.
NO. 1, S30 00; NO. 2. S45 00.
i. W. T R A V E R,
Gray's Music Store, Odd Fellows
Temple, General Agent, First st., Portland.
LEON DcLOUEY, Proprietor,
(I-ate of the Cliff House.)
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY, OON.
res oect full v announ-
c-sto his friends 4 the
Trn velimr .Public,
that he has re-opened the above named
The Proprietor knows how to serve his
Oysters, Pijrs' Feet,
A Good Cup of Coffee,
Or a Good Square Meal.
Oregon City, March 2. lS73-tf.
A. C- WALLINC'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Pit toe W a IIiiillinr Corner of
and Front Streets.
BUNK BOOKS RULED AND ROUND
to any desired pattern. Music books.
Magazines. Newspapers, etc., bound in ev
ery variety of style known to the trrade.
Orders irom the country promptly at
CbjZ tJOn Pr'r day! Agents wanted!
iDvJ LU iVAKJ All classes of working peo
ple, of cither sex, young or old, make mon
ey at. work for us in their spare moments,
or all the time, than at anything else. Par
ticulars free. Address G. Stinson 4 Co.,
Portland, Maine. 27seplS72yl
cuuKili Bancroft Li?j:
UlilVEESITr OF CALIFORNIA,
EERKET.F.Y. C. AT.TSY1RTJTA
Business Directory of Portland, Oregon,
PTT8I.ISHED BY I. SAMUEL,
General Advertising Agent, 93 Front Streets
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
Xo. 91 First Street. Importers nnd Job
bers of Fancy Qoods, Toys, Crockery .O lass
ware a n d PI at ed wa re..
Hons. First St., between Oak and
'-line. Everyth ins neat.
GUI, Steel and Bancroft,
os. 75 and 77 First St., Portland.
ARM AN, the only direct Importer of
"-Clothing, cor. hront Was
CHAS. C. BARRETT,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
LARGEST STOCK IN PORTLAND.
No. "9 Front and No. 5 Washington sts.
gECK, WILLIAM & S N, 1) Front street
- Importers and I tenters in
Guns, Rifles, Mitd Revolvers
of every description
Fishing Tackle, Fancy Goods, Reads, Rird
Cages, Ilaskets, Crcxpiet (James,
a id Raby Carriages.
Agents for the California Powder Works ;
also for the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
eck, John A., 129 Front street. Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler. Work done
for the Trade.
HOOK AM) JOII PRINTERS.
II I MRS, RACIIELDER A CO. 93 front St.
W. A., s. w. cor. h irst l ay lor
Cheapest 'Furniture House in
Ci UP K ar"IT; WALTER P.ROS.
'VUl i'il !l Front street.
larker J lenderson & Cook, 81 A X: First st,
Ly Jiealers in 1 ry Goods. Fancy Goods, etc.
g ohn & Rosenfeld, US Front st
sion Merchants and
tlers in Oregon
and California Produce.
S 'ongle, J. Ii Manufaet ur
r and Dealer in
irness & Saddlery Hardware r
90 rront street.
S lurrler, W.&l'o., KKf Froritst., Merchant
y tailors A clot hiers.hats, furnishing goods
g keUashmutt & Oat man, 9.! Front St., Real
H " Estate Agents, Money Ixjaned, Houses
C. H. Woodward t
Co., 101 Front street.
C. IL WOODWARD & CO
iujl rrom Mma.
fro n any portion ofthe State or Territories
carefully tilled by mail or express.
rmiljowcristein & Co, Furniture .t carpet
A dealers stores from L'51 to lis, First st.
I Employment Agency J. R. Witherell,80
t rout St., Furnish all kinds of help.
5?" verding & Heebe.10 Front st.Commission
Merchants and Deale rs in Domestic
Sash ion Livery Stable, corner First and
Salmon streets. K. Corbett, Proprietor.
Good turn-outs always on hand.
Eishel tt Roberts, cor. I- irst, V asnington
streets. Deab'rs and Manutacturers in
Clothing and Furnishing Goois.
GRAY'S MVS'iZ STORE.
The Largest Music House on the Coast.
STEINWAY PIANOS, BUEDETT ORGANS.
G. DePUAXS, Manager.
SOIJ5 AGENCY FOIt TIIK
"HOWE" SEWING MACHINE.
a H ackeney & Steme, tjnx.-ers t Dealers in
flB- all kinds of seeds, cor. First & .Main sts.
Mam burger, I!., i:W First st.. Importer and
Deal-r in Staple Fancy Dry Goods, Mil
linery. K Sendee, D. II. , Photographic Artist .south
west corner First ami Morrison streets.
Childrens l'ictures a Siw cialily.
3 l enrichsen, IC.& Co, 109 First st.,ranu
a lacturers fc dealers in j-wedry, vaic h s.
B H ibliard, Geo. I, !i.S Front st., wholesale
-Dealer in Groceries, Joors, Wagon
B odge, Calef & Co., 97 Front St., who
BH- dealers in Drugs, Paints, Oils, ui;
TTrTn? Sewing Machine, straight nee-
LX.KJ LVI die, under Iced,
1- rout street.
flffurgren fc Shindler, Nos.
St., Importers Furniture,
166 to 172 First
u'chinson, W., Watchmaker, cor. First
nnd Main sts. All work done at san
Francisco prices, and warranted.
International Hotel, cor. Front & Morrison
sis. M. Rudolph, Proprietor. Free Russ
j"otui,J. & Co, 91 Front st ., wholesale and
retail dealer in Fine Clot hing. Furnish
aln Ikree Restaurant, private rooms
ior Families, corner First and Pine sts.
i. Vks, Proprietor.
Vartin, K.& C),wholesnle dealerin wines
& liqucrs,XS.NJCcj's blcck,& Sjui Fran
1 eier A Schm-er, 111 et., wholesale
-1--a- and retail eoaleetioiters.
iller, John P... 93 First st., watchmaker
and Jewelry, off rs to the public a fine
assortment of watches, clocks and Jewelry.
oeller & Co., Front neird st,., dealers In
native and foreign wines, and cigars.
Vorthrup A Thompson, dea'-rs In Hard-
ware, Iron, Steel, I Iubs.spoks, Lumber,
HardwtwHl, etc., Portland.
rffceeid"iital lIot"l,cornr First A trrrison
streets. Smith A f'Kk, Proprietors.
Enrish, Watkitis A- Cornell, Real Estate
Agents, Pittock's Uuilding.corner Fro.it
and Stark streets.
B1I OTOG RA PI I IO GOODS, C. I l7'ooda rd
11 A Co., 101 Front street.
JOHN 8. PILKINGTON, M. D.,
OCCVIST and ACRIST,
Office 73 First street. Holmes' P.uilding,
Third Door from Ladd's Iiink.
TREATS AI.lv DISKASES OF THE.
EYE, EAR, THROAT AND LUNGS.
B ichter, Paul, 105 First st, imxrter Berlin
wooden car ings,parlcrornaments,etc.
B os-n ba u m ,I.S. A Co.t obaccon i st s,l m iort-
ersof Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
n ss House, Front street.
Principal. Thomas Ry
On First t 'lass
SJbTlock s ,61 Front 2 First sts.dealer in
Harness.Sad llery t Saddlery Hardware.
lmon,.T..56 Front st.,d"aler in Doors.Sash
. and r.liiKlsxyindow and Plate (Mass.
fci i n s hemer, 11157 First st.im porter Pianos,
organs.sheet music, music instruments.
kidmore, S. G., 123 First st., Dnersrist and
Apothecary, a Iarge Stock of Pe.umery
and Toilet Articles.
mith A Davis, 71 Front street, wholesale
dealers, in I'rugs. Paints, Oils, Window
r;rg, P'-rfumery. etc.
nowtV Kms, 71 h irst st., Pictures. Frames,
mouldings, atists mafls, drawing ins'ts.
mith. Put., Proker, 90 Front st. Dealer In
r r.rr i Tomlir! CJoveriimcnt Bonds nnd
Fgal Tenders, oovernmein, ixhius ana
TOXE, I. No. lOT First street,
Watchmakerand Manufacturing Jewel
er.is ag-rit for the Wajtl.am, Elgin, E. How
ard A Co., Chas. E. Jacot.and the California
watches; also, for all the prtKluctions and
imivrts of the California Jewelry Co., San
Francisco. Send for circulars. Watches
repaired in the very best manner, and
warranted to give satisfaction.
rfferry Pros., 17S First St., Manufacturers a
'B'he Clothing store, H-t Front st. Clothing,
-- Furnishing Goods, Roots and Shoes.
Harris and Prager.
rfuttle, IL IL, H2 and lit Front St., Dealer
-- in wagons and agricultural implements
fvne,E.T.,n w cor. First t Oak st, dealer in
'Brandies, wines, English ale and porter.
VViH'ms A Myers, 5 Central Blocks,
Front street. Commission Merchants
and dealers in Produce.
halley A Fechheimer, Attorneys and
Solicitors in Bankruptcy. Offiee in
Odd Fellow Temple.
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
alley, that he Is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A ATfciWe Six rence it Better than a Slow
T have just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
ever before offered in this city -r and insists
in part, as follows :
Roots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Platedware, G lassware,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Indies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming tionsof Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
ever offered in this market, and was seleted
j with especial care lor t lie Oregon City trade.
ii oi which x now oner lor sale at tne
Lovcst Market Ra cs.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods lor
I am Jteterminttt to Sell tjfifxi and not to
aliow myself to be
UNDERSOLD IX THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask Is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Oregon City enables me to know the r -quiremetits
ofthe trade. Come one and all
and see lor yourselves that the old stand of
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless ior rue to ell you all the
advantages I can olfer.you in "t he sale of
goixls, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
jHinted. All I wish to say is
Com?, ami Siv'id Examins for Yourselves
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my obi In -uus now
that I am still alive, and d -irons to s -II
goods cheap, for c isli, or epon such terms
as agreed upon. Tiiatiking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore b ..-t.oved.
Main street, Oregon City,
Legal Tenders and Count v Scrip taken at
market rates. Ti I OS. Ci I ARM AN.
ttjrai.OOO lbs wool wanted i,v
PRICES Pi EDITED TO SUIT THE TIMES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S. ACKER AN & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPRIXG AND SUMMER GOODS,
waieh they offer
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
We would say come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in iart of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Roots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
and a great many other articles too numer
ours to mention ; also.
Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange
For which wo pay the Highest Prices.
S. ACKERMAN A CO.
Oregon City, March 21. 1873-tf.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
JI A ST TJ FACTOR Y !
having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Corner of Main and Third Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of Informing his old pa
trons, and as many new ones as maybe
pleased to call, that he is now prepared,
with ample room, good materials, and the
very best, of mechanics, to build anew, re
construct, make, paint. Iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle from a
com nion Cart to a Concord Coach. Try me.
Hlncksmitliinrr, Horse or Ox SIioe'nr,
and General Jobbing neatlv, quicklv, a id
cheaply done. DAVID SMITH.
jjiio o jiiiivioii iiii r. wgrc- f
rr 4 c e"7 4 t r mrr tt
A r M U I U n Y ZMf
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
ANIJ MOIXDIXCS OF ALL SIZES.
They will also do Turning of every de
scription to order,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
itAll work warranted. Shop on the
River, in Lewis Shop Opposite Or.-gon
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER. AND IMPORTER OF
" wart, e etc.
XHICII HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
Y can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE GR RETAIL.
warrant my goods as represented,
Oregon City, April 17, l.S-tf.
Q. A. HAAS, - - Prop.
Main Street, Oregon City.
BESP T.ILLTARD TAr.I,F.s; ix OREGON
h ve been iritroilu ed. anil the propri
tor invtt -s t he attent ion - he lovers ol t his
popopular amusement to tn -ui.
THE EAR IS SUPPLIED
with all the choicest qualities of Liquors
and Cigars. Scotch, IrUh and Hour: ion
already lam his Whishies and Punch ; also
a No. 1
SII 0 TING GALLEIJV
is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Ja i. 1, lS7i-tf.
MASONIC HALL RUir.DING,
Oregon City, : : : Oregon.
on hand and for sale, Zsi-
clu-ap for cash, uki-;5
Oiliee, Sittingroom, and
Whatnots, Red tomls,
Hair, and Pulu
Mouldings, etc., etc.
Special attention given to Fpholstery
work in all its branches. Orders tilled with
promptness. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatch. Furniture made order
Call and examine for yourslves. 17may72
ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OREGON CITY, : OKEGOX.
WE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
all kinds of
LETTER-HE A DS,
in fact all kinds of work done a in Printing
ALL KINDS OF
LEGAL D L&SNS EvS
constantly on hand, and for sal" at as low
a price as can be had in the State.
Oregon City. March 21, 1873-tf.
NEW YORK HOTEL.
No. 17 Front Street, Opposite the Mail
n.ROTIIFOS, J. J.AVILKENS, rroprirtors.
Poard J Week
Roard f Week with Ixniging....
Poard ? Day - -
JSit (Irc? : v ' ' '
March 21, 1S71 :10m
Head PiiiGian Ceriiiic3ies lcidw
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ill tn J abtiv j c.i- o--.
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o'lle ; i i'.'ii'ii, ffii ii- n-ll, t.-.'it ,i ,;.,
citll,- xtti-t Mirtits to the full cj I; ! i.J .'
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wvliii-'a y.m sent in-.1, aa.t liml i'i I...1 on'v :e
i') e Hitlers. Imt ais nm. thai ran. ."t f.,ii l.i I ..
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a. IHli,i.,.Vi), .M.O.q
City ami fnrxrv IIhsi'itai.,
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r h ive Carefully ex iiniae I lr. I b-ui. v s ! X T.
Hat ts, a:el li.ive filled t i li-.tei t inv till, tr wlii i
i- lid injure even til sn.i ! ill :i at-.--. li t.n::i-i:t.
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mil a!i!e tn iteiiTmirie 1. I Mi.mi-! jmlui- til .1 ll f
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.f vi' -t-ible b ui; v!ii -ii :ne .riii :.aily use i ei
ilis'i-es 'if tiitti it ire. sue! i . it' t.,i!- g:it-
Ui -a.-y in tiieir i lire.
p. ir i:n;t.!:s. ?.r.o.
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nut s r. 1 leuliry'; -sia.ii ii e a -i-t.s.. t ... i..t.iit"... a
v'tv F.hiiIIt fi?ifit!;J iiav :i
in liio livu..'. Sii:.l "ic-' xii. .-.-..
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"i.-te Pro' ri tors.
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Nqrcli 21, in-3
V ,t! "p.
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"Will sew everytlilng needed In a fanny, frcm
the heaviest to o lightest '-trie.
IT IK)5 5IC WOItli,
sio i;i:;ds r v. o;c,
ax nzrrTm avcjiis.
Than any other machine.
If there in a Tlorence Fewirq 2 la- O
cliine v.iihia ore tLonsaial miles of
n rraiicisft l.-ot worliing wiil ard
pi vinpf entire F.-iti.-f.-ictif .n, if I ton in
iorr.icil of it, it viU l e attended t
y.itbout exjiense cf any kind to tLe
owner. -AIU IL HILL, ret,
13 tic- r.'ontjomery Street,
Grand Hotet Buliding, Can Francisco.
'Send for Circulars find sample ef
the work. Active Agents wanted
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