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OJtEGOX IITV, OREGON, 31 AY 30, 1S7J.
Chinaman Versu- IVhite Man.
From th Cath-ilie -ntincl. May 16.
At an iidjournotl meeting of tle In
tleeaIeiit Club of Irtl.inl, on Fri
ll. ly uftrn i.ic ... 3 r.u,
tion was u auiru nsv a.lopte.l;
ll'olrel That it Uoeomes the im
perative l lty of every ollieial eon
neetsil with this city government to
debar, refn ?e and obstruct China
labor from beiiuj useil, tolerated or
employed on any vfVi.Mie or public
contract wherein the city of Portland
is or may;l)e a party, a-; now ordered
and directed by the. city of tSan Fran
cisco. And, furthermore, the em
ployment of China labor is one of
the many causes which lias led to
the present str'ngeney in the money
market, to the great detriment of the
workin2rcclasse , many of whom have
large and helple ;s f.imiies depen -ing
on their lab r for a support, and
in duo time will be equally felt
simon.cr the merchants and mechanics,
as well as the cut rr- laboring com
munity, and ruin to all tax-payers
and property-h li!ers.
V. have, on several occasions,
lifted our voice in condemnation of
the practice of manv who have oc
casion to employ hejpor hired labor,
r-4i preterring l. Ii.namen to white
w w , i -i .
ni'Mi. we have shown oeyonu the;
possibility of refutation, that this
practice will not only be ruinous to
the white laboring classes of our
country, but even so to the very men ,
who thus oii'end. Our strictures !
r? nUtms subject have, till a lew
da -s ago, found no echo by the the
p vss of this country, nor by the
1eoiIe, except in individual inur
m rings against an'd co ld 'innation
of tin practice. Jist Friday, the
lirs! jmbljti expression iyo!i Hiis sub
ject took place here. t though tlie
daily press of this city did nothing
more than publish the proceedings
and resolutions of the body that had
the courage and good sense to in
itiate this righteous war upon a ruin
ous policy that of itself will have
the e fleet of bringing the matter be
fore the people, and may eventually
cause political papers to take sides
for or against.
We earnestly advise working men
to agitate this matter until a recog
nition of their rights to receive the
beneiits of the labor now reaped by
Chinamen is gained, and, though,
we do not pretend to enter the polit
ical arena, wo hope that Catholic
workingnien, and in fact all who have
the well-being of the countrv and its
"white population at heart, will crivo-f
tnerr votes ana support to that :-ii;ty
that advocates the exclusion of Chi
nese labor upon all public works,
and the entire abolition of the laws
which ojen wide th' doors for China
to send her pauper population to this
This m itter is fast becoming one
of life and death to the laboring
daises on this eoa--t. and unless a
speeds" change i-; made, we fear that
the peooV will be driven to desper
ation. What the result would be,
God only knows.
- S:.T MIMIla).
Xunierous insta'ices of absent
muidedness have occurred, rt?sulting
rfrTii intense abstraction of tiie mind
and employment in one pursuit. Of
1 r. JJobert Hamilton, the author of
the !'iebrated "llssay mi the Nation
al DeWt," it is said that he pulled oil"
his hat to his own wiie in tne street,
and apologised for not having the
pleasure of her acquaintance; that he
went to his classes in the college, in
the dark mornings, with one of her
white stockings on
his own black ones on the other.
That he often spent the hole time
of the meeting in moving from the
table the hats of the students, which
they as constantly returned. He
would run against a cow in the road,
turn around and beg her pardon, and
hope she was not hurt. At other
times ho would run against posts,
and chide them for not getting out
of his (Way.
llobert Simons, the Scottish math
ematician, was noted for his oosent
Handedness, lie used to sit at his
open window on the ground lloor,
deep in geometry, ami when accosted
by iCbeggar, would arouse himself,
lfear a few words of the story, make
his donation, and dive. Some wags,
one day, stopped a l.iedicant on his
way tot lie window with j
'"Now do as we tell you, and you '
will get something from that gentle-
man and a shilling from us besides. I
He will ask you who you are, and
you will say, 'llobert Simons, son
of John Simons, of Kirktonhill."' !
The man did as he was told; Siyion
gave him a coin and dropped oil. He
soon roused himself anil said:
"'llobert Simpson, son of John i
Simson, of Kirktonhill! Why that j
is mvself. That must be an impos- j
Topham Beauelerk was a strangely
absent minded person. One day he
had a party coming down to dinner,
and just before their arrival he went,
up stairs to change his dress, lie
forgot all about them, thought it was
bedtime, and got into bed. A si r- ;
ant who entered his room to tell'
him hi? eui'-tj were waiting for him, j
found him fastashvp. !
Anotjier case of absence of mind
was that of a young woman in Port-
laud who was sent bv her mother to
buy a pair of siioes. ami instead of
luiving them married the shoemaker.
It was a week before she discovered
her mistake, and even then did not
cry about it.
A young lady threw herself into
the box in the Post Oiliee window
instead of her letter, nor did she dis
cover her mistake till the clerk ask
ed her if she was single.
An absent minded person once
dined out at a strangers. table, got
np after dinner and apologized to
the company for the meanness of the
fare and the detestable cooking.
International exhibitions have ta
ken a permanent and prominent j
place in mojem business. The lirst
was opened twenty-two years ago and
we have then now at intervals vary
ing from live to seven years in one
leading industrial nation or another.
Their tendency is to increase and ex- I
tend. Before this ye.ir the only high- :
ly s.icvessful exhibitions have been j
those held at Liondon and Paris, but
that at Vienna will, no doubt, deserve
a i l i;-e in the
th-!t r.t P;i:!:'.de
ALCTIION AND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Cornier or Front ; Oak s3., Portland.
Kstate, ( J roccrlos, fieneral
chandise and llors -S.
DAYS Wednesd.-i v and Snturday.
A. li. UICIIAIUjsoX,
English Kefm-d Har and TtiP-dh-Knlish
."Square and Octagon "
Sti'i l, Hor.s Sho-s, Hasps,
.S a w s , s r w s , I-" r y -1 a i i s ,
Sli'-i t Iron, It.
A I- O
A larjje assortment of (Jrocerirs and Liq
uors. A. li. llliIAlUs.',
Jan. 1, lS73-tf. Auctioneer.
SOHGS or the PSAMO.
Mailed, Ii1-paid, onKrifipt f Piiw.
Iiarlinir, I am lonely now. JSonr and
ononis Wirwurt -
Nv --n-.-t. Soii and chorus 1 i.mks .'o
-Nlattn .1.-!V. ;-ii;r and chorus Itanks :0
Lost and Nivul. l.allad I-onii-ier ;
Farewell, liarlnijr.till we !!!:'t t...!;').v"U -a)
Think oi me, 1 Mirliii.ir. Sm and oi o-
rus, M i'.Ts 30
Asking a tl- ssiu ironi inolti r. Soti
and eliorus- Stewart 30
Il'-ooll --tions oi childhood, l.arifoiie
s,,Ilir J Milks .'!!)
TliouTirl no longer mine. l;al!ad... 1 ianks 30
II. -ar me sav inv lillle prayer. Sim;r jiikI
eiion.s 1'ratt 30
1'los I il' siiiltters, Willie's di-ad. SoliT
and chorus Sfwart 30
Kt f i - -1 1 t 'line. Sin" ;i nd clirus... i rse ..
ijuit ilat tickiin m'. Son.t da nee... 1 lays 30
nn'll alw;ivs liiul mi' 'i rue. iSonsr and
chorus .' Hays 35
I) ad lut not Iorott-'ii. S,,,, and cho
rus Hays 10
.;i'. t lie M ''i"-s""n ami chorus, Hays 10
i.ay in'' wli-T." my .Mother's Sl.-fjuiiir.
s.:i and chorus Stewart -10
I'atie r ot All. sac-r'-d Son I'anseron 50
Autumn Leaves. Second l'cnsee Melo- o
! r.'-lis.irio. l'antasi
Kus!ie Oeauiy iarch
S!inh -am .March
.Iojinni ''s .March ,
: r:i '"s schott i.-iche
.Iimmi -'s Schottisclie
i I it tie's Wait
Sweet Sixteen Wall.
Kvoninu: . jiJiyrs Waltz
P.ird oi r, auty Waltz
Kitti"'s I'olka ,
Hay of Suiis!ii:i" j'oika
.1'. T. l 'rer :i:
ska at s 3-
K inkle :s ?
, l'acher :i'
(ilist 'ti l nir Stars I'olka d" Salon l-'eine ,r)0
Kddie's I'olka Kinkel 3
( IIarry's I'olka Kinkel ;")
! Smil - of IJ"-atity I'olka oiin1' 'JO
I'i 'cs marked t tins have pict lire t it les.
Any pi ' mail it post-paid, on receipt of
marked prieee. .ilur -ss,
.1. I: PETEHS,
."?' ?5i'a.Iv.aj', Xru-Voi-k,
March 2S, lST3-mJ.
r r r
AJt for PKTKItS' KDITIOX.
P.ipr r copy s"tit, po.t-iMid, for J I f!);
boards, SJ. Addr-ss, I.. Pi: f KilS,
o!i!i U.-rxirticitj, AV-i' York
S A X C I K 1 .nT :
(The Sinsr'uii; Kcst ivrl.)
A lOIIect inn of (ilees, Parl-Snnge,
I iioiu e, ftc.
Yi A L E
Sampl copies mailed, post-paid, l"or$l 50;
ri-" ! r do.eh. Adur ss,
. li. I.. P15TKRS,
:! Hnxulirai, JVcc York.
V A J I Y
A ."' 3Iiisif-XJo?t f;r Ia y-S iools.
S -rid i- cents, and we will mail a samnle
copy, April lt
A;;ril ls.m l
5!1!! Jirtjsilu ivi A" c York.
SWUNG AM) SIDDIER GOODS
JUST miCI'IYKI) AT
I ry ( 'oodc,
Loots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents'
etc., etc., etc., etc.
Jtlain Street, Oiviu Oiiy.
lYfnluC1' of all kinds lioucrLt, for which I
pay tl" hilcst market, pne -. If you de
sire jrood Hoods at Ie.v prices, call at
. s k 1. 1, i x ; ' s
a pel ox.nnin his nr,w stock of Spring iroods.
(iiv-'m - a call and convince yours -Ives.
My motto is,
"IH'ICIC SAI.F.SAXnSMAI.L PKOFITS."
Th highest market jirice paid for
Or son City, March 21, lS73-tf.
WATCHES fi!JD JEWELRY.
riUIE rXDKUsiCJXKI) AN- ;.; W
i nou nee to t he cit i'.ens of i )rcjroii -t
l.'ity and Clackamas county that they have
just opened a
Main sfr-et. te-xt dr north ot Shades Sa
loon, wie-r t le-y will ki'un hand and tor
si 1 all -oods p -ri :s i n i ni; t o t h"ir line, at t he
t.owkst i.iviMi i:Air.s. Kp.-cial attention
civti to the r -pairinzof l-'i IMF I'ikcks.
All ikhIs sold and work don- warr.-uifed
;K'. A. 1 1 A As SOX.
Or-'tron City, IV1. ii, ls7.nr.
MEW YORK HOTEL.
(Ieutlch -s Ja fthaus.)
No. 17 Front str-t. Opposite the
, 11. utl H t U, J. J. U ILK ENS, Froprirlcrs.
Hoard V Week
Lo.ird Week with i.od"j:"itv"""
l"oard -s 1 :1 v
The standnr.l r m-ly for ('...., ',,
J t. er ( .,',f. Jl,-,.,,rr.it, nielli, ; f th,
J.un-f, and -very alf ction of th- Thro-o
Lungs and Chest, including t'ovSrviov I
U Utar s Hals mu ..f ih
not drv uua Co.. -n i. i.J ' . lrrY ifK'-" I
rind all-ys. thus rnnort,,,, the 1
comelaint. v,.., ; ' " ,
CflU if Ot t !l'
t r.-rro l . '"one nil- :
1. 1 a tts. I'r l.-ir -a 1.,- ... .
K Sons. 1 nMon. So',1 .,- i-t- '..'"""
H -:;:rrr;: c
tilwps renoraily' '"'"--"'- ana by ,
fublic Sale of Land for Ddinqunit Taxes.
-OTICE IS IIKREKY (iIVEX THAT IVY
virtu.: .rfawarnmt. dated 1;,
led hv order ol t lie county court ot lack
as county, state of Oroii. dinwt.-d to
and attached to delinquent tax t
.said county ami state, lor in- 3 y J ,"';
command njr nio to collect the taxes desi--n
at -d t hca on, ,.s delinquent : nl l..r wh nt
of personal prop, rty to make sa.d t .xc-s, I
have levied uiHn and on Salur.laj, the
:iist tliiy f .June, l-7a,
TwUlseiii.t puh lie auction, to the highest
bUider at the Court House door, initr.'pm
,.U'.U ".C..,.,;..ouiitv. State of Oregon,
so in'uch oi Hie K.llowm-described lots ami
parcels 01 land as may be necessary to pay
the taxes uue thereon, 111 L'oted sta e.
coin, as Km d in the year 1. to-ctlur
with tees and costs.
Said land is situated in Clacka mas con n
tv Mate oi (", and was assessed to
the tollowine; named pecsons, to-wit :
l arb-r A. .1.. sections 11. 15, and I'.'l.town-
nip nu m bf r south, ran-e nunilrr 1
ea.-l, containing t7 acres ; tax ; ..
IUaii.1. W in., part ot claim al. s ct 1011 N o.
township number south, rane
numher 1 east, t-ojaaining ltil acres ;
Crown Matthew, lot at railroad station,
Hock Island, township number a
south, ranc 1 east, containine; one
acre ; tax ii !.
F.arlow. Kebccca, s.-ctir.ns No. o and S.town
hhip numb. r 1 south, ranji' numher l
cast, containing 5t acres ; tax iS7 J,.
Hoston, J. V.'., south halt o: southwest quar-
t. r and southwest quarter 01 soiuii
cast quarter ot section number 17 and
northeast quart, r ot the southwest
qu irn r of section number is, town
snip n 1.111 her o sou: h, ra tije numb, r 1
west, containing s.cr. s ; tax tV Iri.
Itlain, i'., part of section mini her '21, town
ship 11 11 m her 3 soul h, range numher 1
l ast, containing l"i acr. s, and part of
s ction liumlx r is, township number
3 south, range number 2 east, con
taining 7a acres : tax -" s.i.
Crow, Joseph, tract ional northwest quarter
oi the Crow claim, sect ion number 1,
t .ownsh ip 11 u m ber sou t h, range num
ber 1 east, containing Hi) acres; tax
Chafer,.M iciieal.sout hwest quarter of nort h
lasl quarter, and west half ot the
southeast quarter nt s'ction number
4, township number i south, range
number 1 ens', containing 12 acres;
tax 7 11.
Coffee, andever, part of For-'dice claim,
sect ion nu m oer ti, township nil in her 2
south, range number ; east, and
t ion nu m b.-r 31, township number l
south, range number o cast, contain
ing 1UJ airs ; tax.-rJiMi.
Dunbar, lien, (le irs oi ) southeast quarter
ot s etioii number 15, township num
ber : south, range number 1 cast, con
taining loo acr s ; tax to ('..
Hstes A- st iiison.sout h halt oi section num
ber 7, township Hum b.-r 2 soul h, range
iiumber 1 cast, containing 3JU acres ;
tax tl 1.1.
Fruit, .las., lots number 1 and 2 in block
mimter l'l, Oregon City; tax si 15.
Feast. r, .1. 11., east hall oi northwest quar
ter and west hail ol southeast quarter
and nort i least quarter ' sect ion num
ber in, and west hah of nort hwestquar
t t 01 section numb.r 11, township
11 11 1 11 b' r .i sout h, range mini her 1 west ,
containing i.M acres tax 75.
Fuller, I'm-.-, partoi Aic.Mahan s uoiiat ion
s ctii.iis s, .) and W, township num
her 1 south, range number 2 cast, con
taining -jss acres ; tax Sis H.
1' ostcr, A mbros" (heirs oi ) , part 1 f donation
sections 21, 22, 2i and 2H, townsiiip
numb r 2 sout h, rang'' nu 1.1 ber U cast,
cont a in ing Ua acr s ; tax -5 IS.
('roor, Chas., s ctioiis l- and , eA'tis!i.t
iiuiiiber 2 sotitli, rang n .i.j rleasJ
containing lj. acr ".s ; tax 2.
C.'room, Aiararett L., west half of north
west quarter oi section numher 'Jii,
and northwest quarter ot southwest
quart' r of section number 2, town
siiip numher 5 south, rang; number
1 east, containing lid acres ; tax 7 2T.
Glennon, C., cast hah of J. Abbot t'.s tiona-
tion claim, sect ion numbr 1, town
siiip number 5 south, range munh'-r 1
east, containing -!'J acres ; lax 7 '';".
Harris, 1 homas, lots number 2 and 7, in
block nui.i!er !, ynd 1 lots in Cane
ma h ; ta v S7 2).
Hathaway, U". 1., part of lot Whitcnnih
claim, section niitiih: r '), townsiiip
1111 111 ber 1 sout h, rang- mi m her 1 east,
containing J acres ; tax '5 td.
Hardy, ltobcrt, iraet ional nort 11 west piar
t. r ol S. IMiillilaiid'sdoiiaiioi! claim,
section number 5, township numb, r
2 sout n, range numb r :i e;i.t,coiitain
ing l' arcr s : t ax s.; 1:1.
Hensley, J. s., A llfilmes, northeast q'lar-t'-r
A east ha h of northwest quarter
of s-ction No. 1:J, townsiiip No. li
sout li, range No. 2 east, containing
211 a r s ; lax $17 22.
Jones, li. '., Lot No. in block 10 Oregon
i lty, fax i 5 li'.
Kellogg, .virs. ..(., Fart of It Whitcomb
fi.iini s etioii No. Ui, township No" 1,
sout h, rang No. 1 east, coniaiiiing 11 Tv
acres ; tax i 25.
K Hogg, or 'ii, lot 1 in block No. 3, Oswego ;
tax f 1 i".
K-.-llogg, Joseph, section No. 1, townsiiip
No. 2 sout Ii, range No. 1 east, contain
ing 2S7.15 acres, and seel ion No. ti
township No. 2, south, range No. 2
cast, contains 071. l'.i acres; tax $122 II
Iv'rk, I,. i. Icirsoi, south east quarter ol
s ction No. 12, township No. : sout h,
r.ing No. 2 Last containg It 'J acres:
tax S-i is.
Keis. r, Jacob Sr., east half of tic- west half
ol S'-ct i .11 mini ijer 1
t ownsh i;
east. b.-r 5 south, rang" number 1
containing Hid aires ; tax cl ,s:t.
Kami. 1, Jacob, part ol Win. Holmes'
claim, section number 5 ot townsiiip
numb r ." south, range number 2
east, coniaiiiing 11) acr -s ; tax ?1I5 .
Ix-idstrom, ( ienrge, iraet ional nort li hall
ol sout li wi st, quarter and tract ional
south half ol northwest, quirt -r of
s ction number 2a, townsiiip niiiiih- r
'. south, range immtcr 1 east, con
taining ot acres : tax Mil',.
I't, Noali, Soul Invest. ii!i;lri'T ol
s it ion iiuin b r 2, township numb' r
2, range number 2, containing life)
acres, tax f li !ii.
.John, noiihwst quarter of section
numb' r -!, township 11 11 mbcr 1 s;a:t h,
rang.- numb.r 1 cast, containing life
acr s ; t ax. d .':t 2S.
Laswell, Isaac, donation sections numb r
2'i, 27 and ;!, townsh:. number 2
soiitii, range iiuin b- r o cast, contains
i.i acres ; tax J-I 75.
Ladd, J. W., s -ct ion miinber li', townsiiip
ii'iiob r ! south, range 1 west, con-
t:in:s acres; tax 1 pi.
Motr-tt, Thomas, Lot number 5 in block
11 u 111 her 71, Oregon City ; tax t.7 .
McCormack, Ma I hew, lot numb -r li in
block number 1.;, Oregon City; tax
MnrfiocK, s -M wood's addition to Milwau
ki", lot number one 111 block numher
i. tax rl.
Ni'well, Nathan, lot number r in block
numb, r I, tswego ; tax 1 '!".
Oeorge, ( -slate oi), s -ction nu tub r
;i!, t iwiisnip number 2 sout h, r;i ng"
nui.iber 1 cast, containing M reres ;
tax si .-,.
nori h w. st iuarter of nort hwest quar-
t r 01 s -ction miniber 2S and north
west quarter ol northwest quarter of
s -ction numb. r 2!', township num-h--r
1 smith, range 1 cast, containing
I acr s : S2 H2.
Fotts, 'ih'-odore, lot 7 in block number 2,
Ca 1 1 e m 1 a i 1 ; t a x 1 2 i .
Pratt, i, '., lot m southeast, corner of
Hugh i urns' claim : tax r7 2".
Fiiillips, Joh 11, part, of l'olly I 'hi I ! ips' cla im
in soiitiiw st quarieroi s 'Ction num
ber ''-', towns. ii) numi)-r 1 south,
rang - number 2 cast, containing 21
acr s ; tax $2 32.
Robinson, ih-nrge, north half of north west
qtiare-r 01 s ction mnnb. r , town
siiip numb r U south, range least,
coat .lining s i acr s : tax ?1 1,
St :-i I, i. A., (Aklrich claim) s ction num
b.r 1, township number it south,
rang- number 1 east, contains 320
acr s ?:i 2S.
St out,. I. I .. (southeast quarter of donation)
S"tions mimcer it ami 17, tfiwnslup
numb- r 4 south, range imiiib -r ii
east, containing l' acres ; tax Ss Til.
St out, J. s. A; J. L., north iiall of donat ion
sections numb. r 10 anil 17, township
numb- r 1 sout h, range mini ber o cast,
containing ilj.i acr -s ; tax .17 I .
St'-arns, s. :., s -ctions number S and 0,
township numb-r 2 south, range
2, east, contains 101 acr s ; tax ?0 !l.
Tice, John, hall 01 lot 2 in block number
2, swego ; tax .?2 !:.
rpton, W. b. , (part of A. Fi lds' claim,
number 52) s -ction number :, town
ship 1111 111 b-r S south, range 1 cast,
containing i2!) acres : tax s'.2.
Vanr. iis.i l- r, J. C, (l. Hathaway claim)
s -ct ion iM a ii.l :1, t -wnships number
1 s-uth, range 1 east, containing :Vr
acr-s. and east half of northeast J
quart-r 01 s -ction numb-r ill, and
west halt' of northwest ouart.-r of sec
tion numb- r .'!"' township numlv r 1 '
soia n. rang- numb-r .1 cast, contain
ing l.ii acres: tax $75 411.
ancurn, .1., west half of s-ction "um
ber .nt, township numbf-r 2 south,
range number 4 east containing o2
acr s: (, 1.-,.
al.lri., Jas., i of) (south half of
uonat-on) tract ional east halt ot s-c-t
ion number l , township number 3
south, rang- num! rH east, contain-
... , '"-' hi'' acres; tax $).
weixr . H. nry, s-ction number 21 town
ship numb-r 2 south, range number
- r,.i , coniHiiiing I.l acres: tav SJ HO.
-r unknown. iinrtiiv.t ,.r
northwest quarter of s action number
2. and north half of north half of
the northeast quarter of s-ction num
b r townsiiip number 1 south,
rang- numb r a east containing tfei
yen b : tax l ri5.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. on
the day above named, ami to be continued
until all is sold.
May 22d. 173. y HEIXJES.
ShcritT of Clackamas County,
I!y C. F. lil'A'l'ilC. Hcputy.
About loO pounds of long prim
er, of which this is an impression.
Has been in use but : short time,
good work. Price 25 cents p lb,
either tied up or in cases cases
a l s o,
A small font of Nonperiel of which this is an
impression. Price 3j cents -' P. As good us new.
There is enough to set about one column of this
paper solid. Address this otiice.
3 I STI? I IS fJTI O IV.
HANGING IN VALVE KR05I
SIO to S5,000
TO THE SUSC3!CR3 OF
OUil FiRES'BE FRIEND.
Kvery Subscriber is sure of one premium
any way, also has an equal chance ot re
c -iving a Cash Premium, or a l'iano, Organ,
Watch, tsYwing Machine, etc., etc.
First Grand Cash Premium
S 5 , 0 O O
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March 2S-tf. Uhicvn, lit.
II G ME SHUTTLE
The Host Sii"j;l.', Pnictlfai and
icuoxoMicATs M.icir.xji i.x us::.
N.il-s Lxc;vii all 03h rs cn th;
rininv sr:w mo::k tiaimiu v
.& with less nois- than any oth'
chine. The only praet ie-il low pric
chine that gives i-ntir:- s.ii Ulnt ion.
A N I
r m si
What other Agents d in't t -11 about the
JTit- Imprnvivl Home Sixiltle Jl.ulihic:
l'l st ,
i !rt t H iou that th"- are the s:-n-
having less numb- r ol ni'-ces, and
.easily mi l -rstf.. than anv oil. -r
That they :.r the hgiit- st runni.ig: mor
easily l -arn- .1 and op -rat. 'd. That mor"
H .i K SI H"l' i'l ,Ks are s -nt out. irom t he
ti.-n.-ral Ag.-ncy at. I'ort huid.t hail alio, ie rs
77, iun't t'Jl nou that they sVl- eqnallv
as well 011 le avy and ligiit goods.
77c.i il'in't ( ijott that. I h -y use- th" pat
ii' tso: th" high pric-d machines.
i'7e. dott t it-it ,,,,u hat it has t he straight,
needle and Self-adjusting tension.
What people say who have usdth"m
and compared them to ot her .Maci.in-s will
t"l! you :
'1 iiat th -y ar- mor" psarsilv h-arn- d and
op- rat -d ; simplest and b"st for all kinds
ot work, and will us - linen and a 11 ot her
kinds ot t hr"ads and silks.
A lew of the nam -s -v givn b"Iow who
ar - using tie- I :i iu v i:t I Io:.i k Sn f rri.i.K :
u r; i' 11 ii 1: n c i: s.
C "iieral I!. 11, I'ort land.
C. s. Nilvrs,
Win. Mast.-rs, "
C. W. 1'rindle, bookkeeper for Leverage,
Waiiham .'c Co.
Miss I.. Vaughn, Portland.
Mrs. .1. P.. I pton, I'ast Portland.
Mrs. s. A. Morehuid. Portland.
Mrs. .1. S. Chur -!i, 1 r -gon City.
Machines forward-d to any address, with
full directions hir using, on rvcipt of j.rice.
KO. 1, eSOOO; NO. 2, 045 00.
i. W. T II A V K K,
Cray's Music Slore, Odd l Vllows
Temple, l-.ii"ral Ag -nt, l-'irst st.. Port I.i nil.
Sjicrial filicntinn is inlle:! to
great improvements mad" r -c-ntly in
this exc'-lhsit, Ma eii in", a nd to the ikw and
elegant styles of Cases added to our list.
"N",fr t!ose vln prefpr.-i Ma Tiije f
1 ing the work away from t h operator,
w" now have one of t hat description, qtii'-t,
easy running an.f having all the other p -
culi.ir excellencies of t he ot her st vie.
T sji re to plfne. Tf t h-rc iionrivllh
in a thousand mil's of San l-'ranclseo
iut working well, I will attend to it wit h
out any t-xpens " to t !i" owie-r.
SA-Ml'EL 1UI.I Aent.
T tlie only ?I;cliir?e Uin( -:ni sew in
mor than one direction having a re
versible feed a gr -nt advantage in fasten
ing ends of seams, in quilting, etc.
1,-TnTnine the Florence, ov spml for
j Circular or samph-s ff Work before
you purchase a Sewing Machine. BUY
Machines sold on liberal terms.
SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
No. 1J) NVv 3Iontfi-oiiiery Street,
Ciruntl Hotel JluHtliniy, San PranHtrrt
THOMAS CHAR H AH
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
ot Oregon City and of the Willamette
alley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Nimble Six Pence i Iicttvr than a Slow
I liavo just returned from San Francisco,
when; I purchased one of the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
stock or ooods
ever before offered in this citv ; and consists
In part, as follows :
Roots and Shoos,
Clothing, Dry Goods.
Iliits and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Chi n a wa re, Queen s wa re.
Plated ware, Glassware.
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
ratr-nt Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming Hons of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc.,
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
?I O S T C O KI I 1 E T K
ever offered in t his market, and was sep-tr-d
wit h especial care tor t he Oregon City trade.
All of which 1 now olTer for sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods lor
I am 1 It-rmiutil to Sell (Jluat and not to
allow niys.ll to bo
L'ADERSOLD IX THE STATE OF OREGO.X.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing its I do that
Twenty Yeiirri Experience
in Or-gon City enables mo to know the re
quirement s ot t he trad-'. Come one a nd all
and see tor yourselves that the old stand of
THOMAS CI I A UMAX
cannot !e beaten in quality or pric". It
would be us -less lor me to tell you all the
advantages I can otr -r you in tie-sale of
goods, its every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
point, 'd. All I wish to say is
Coiur, suiil Si'ryrj'l E.;niiu" far Vonrsc'Ivrs
for I do not. wish to make any mistakes.
My object, is to t -1 1 all my old friends now
that I am still alive, and desirous to s' ll
goods ch-ap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed ttjon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage h'Tetolor" bestowed.
Main .street, r"gn CU3-,
T,o-al Tenders and Count v Sorir tak-'ti at
market rat -s. Ti iJS. CiXAKJ-IAX.
CTiiVW;) lbs wool wni.l".l hv
PGirES uOrfED TO SUIT TIIE TDIES.
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
3. ACKER MA fJ &CO-
AVE .IFST RECEIVED A LARGE
SPJUXG AXD SUMMER GOODS,
Which they offT
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
Wo would say conic and convince your
self before purchnslngrlsewhcrp. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Pools and Shoos,
Ladies and Gents
i c s, Hard
ware, and a great many other articles too numer
ours to mention ; also.
Glass and Putty,
AH kinds of Produce taken in exchanp
A I- S Q
For which we pay th" Highest Prices.
S. ACKERMAN A CO.
Ofpon City, Mareh 21, 173-.
1 s -i r--1 -- '" -
WAQON AND CARRIAGE
M A V JJ FACTORY !
1 having increaseil thedi- QffXt'
tiiensions of his premises, at Xj-XT'
t he r.t.1 stand on tho
Corner of Main anil Third. Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing his old pn-
irons, ji no .is iii.iii new ones as may IX
pleased to call, that tio is now prepared,
t-if K nninlf. room "Miit m-ilnri.ilc .i?i.l flir
,......, - , -. . j i...... iniii 1111
very lest of mechanics, to build anew, r'-
coiisirnci , iiwih.', paim, iron anil mm out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle from
nmmnn Cart. t.Oil rVrf.iril lrl Tn-
IJIncXinithin;r, ITore or Ox S!iK'iiiy,
and General Jobbing neatly, ooiokly, and
l'Ul..i'.. VA.l. J '.Y il. D..11111.
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
AM) JIOVLDIXCS OK ALL SIZES.
They will also do Turning of every di -
c . .. ; . ... 1 J
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
"All work warranted. Shop on tin
River, in Lewis' Shop Opixisite Oretroi
City Mills. ' "
J o li n q g 2 r a m v
Zrlaiii St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AXD IAirORTER 01
"WTIIICir HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
t T can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE C! RETAIL.
CJ warrant my goi-ds as rep-resented
t iregon City, April 17, IS72-U.
C.A.HAAS, - - Pr-j.
Kain Street, Oregon City.
jy EST Pir.T.TARD TAm.ES IX ORE(iO
have been introduce it, and the propri
tor invitesth.-atteiition of the lovi rs ol tin
po)opular amusement to them.
run r.Ajt is s i i-rr. inn
with all the choicest nnalitjes of I.iiiuor
and Cigirs. Scotch. Insn and r.oin-M(!
a!r -ady lamou.s Whishi- s and Ptuiuih ;,ls.
a No. 1
is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, .Ian. 1, h:.m.
MASONIC HART. JiUIEDINC;,
Oregon City, : : : Ores:;
'YT EEICS rovsTWTi.v
B on hand and lor sal",
cheap tor cash, Cciii:
Ollice, Sitt ingroom, and
Kltch. n Furniture,
What ii .t Rodsteads,
Hair, and Puhi
Mouldings, etc., etc
Sljeclal attention given tf FphoVsterv
work in nil its branches. micrs iie, .-it
prompfnoss. R. jiairing done" wi , , ,
n and ihsp-.tch. Furniture mad- ord-'r
( a.l and examine lor yours Ives. 17niav7-;
EUTERPiiSSE BOOK & JO!
OREGOXCITV, : OREGOX.
WK nVLUK ,rnKrAni:n TO EXECtTTE
V all kinds of
I. ETTIiR-IIEA DS,
Oflice1 a" klnt-s of worJi dono a in Drinting
A I, E KINDS OF
LEGAL E LAWKS
eonsiantly on hand, and for sale nt as low
a i-riee as can be had in t he State.
A N D
Of-fron City, Mnrch 21, JJ573-K.
iff&T fliers i
i .t Ay i' o -ft. t
March 21, l73:lCm
Read Riysician's Certificates tfleff ! I
2fS a isf;
tV most Efficient and Pleasant Tcr!c.
rnoica and vliki)iin) licih-j so d r .f--. i.
lave giv.-n univr.-al sat irfnet ien vln-rev I
;ri -d. Thousand-) of dys ci.tie l.avc fmu d
eliuf t.hni;iL'h their nse iom! i h iei.-tr.vj-: e.m-
T'?nd tli -in fir tho c:iro of all di-t as.- f il
&Iod and river, and irrcguliiiiues ef the di-jo-tivo
ilea lieti', P.flio'.isnese, and C r:sf ipatier.
ienoraI Debility and "Less of At1! et:te. tie
rausoil bv tiio deraiireiiic-nt of tlie ton.:i
VI I'lllV I ll'llll. tl. , i l.ii' 1
l'l.- T 1 L:.. V . 1 r i.
mo i. ij enters navo kci ii si:ceos.-i:: i iv iei c
nd are vrarrautcil to alleviate the eullorcr ia
ll the above cases.
tVS 77,? I nUlers are crrrwy
r-Ti sol I on! u in if hiss: to s'-ll
Vftti'r than the nuine article out of n:t
,r.ttl& it ".... ... ...; -..J
prosecute such itarties to the full cu tent of tin
"J""rs. II. Ki-stkix t Co.
Ueiitlemeu: I lake iIeas!ire in statin? tha'
Igr -eulily lo youi-vi.-,h I have cart-fully f ti i!
ji.il e.vHiniupl the s.iinp'e nfyeiir I X I. "li fu rs.
tvliicli you sent me, ami t"ml it imt n;!v n:i .-ilti i f
llif Hitters, hill also one tUit canm't f ill l.e
aeuelleiul as a toi'C and proiieitf r ef S'.iiri-stion.
G. lIOL.l.ANi. ii.I.
City and Coi'xtv TTnujTAr
.s.in I-Yaiic-is-o. June l"tb,lrt.
T have carofull v exaiiiinc-1 lr. I f eni-y" I X 1
Bitters, ami have failed to detect an villi:-:.' vsiu Y
rp-.iM injure oven tlie m.i !eli ate ci'ii.-l.tnti Hi.
From the composition of the I'.itters. as tar I
dm able to determine i i. i Bli.u:.i ir.'le tii a t!:
I X I. Hitters must tie :i verv cllicfeiil ri nu-iy r.i
Dyspepsia. I mHestion, I.i",.s ef Appeti e ar.J
)i mitar complaints, tieincj cumpnMe-; .f a iii-nihi-r
if veeretalile druii-i which sire pi-incioailv i;ei in
disea.es of that nature. amPuru uf" tue fe'iclit
flsicacy in their cure.
Ass l Res. Physician .Apothecary C. tt Cllu.-l lul.
Statf. Asswku s Ofkick.
an l-'raiH-is -o. Julv 2'st. 171.
Messrs. TI F.pstkin v Co.-i i.ts : I h.-.va
.Hide a careful ex i!iiiii::t:.!i of vmn- I X !. V--
ters. and have found thi-ni enti .jv fi. L- ol" iW-'.c-terious
mineral sulistj, n, Your- :.-
1-OL'IS K A I.IC KNA V, -t:i e -Wyr-r.
Tlewnro r f Cfin.t...r..;... - . .1..
ir ........ ... i... .i.m iri-ItillMM w.i i
... iivmvy 3 signature m-ruw the loo ef
Kver.T Famllr k!ioii:iI Imvo n Hot
au nil- 1IUUM-. Villi --!-, ll.-J-C
II. KI'STHX A t..
.ile I-rej r: i-r.
"No. 513 Front Street, San i'ram. ici. . -1
Narch -Jl, n..i
crlgck city crtwrr.y
Henry JCuiuLel, r
Havixc rnifHAs. i !i P: ;
ed tie- :i,fiV,. 1 . .T '- .A. -..-.-" i
1 . r
cry wishes t,, in.nrm 1 he n"i.Vi- tlTnt li is
: i i i-.ii. u in iii;inui:i( iup. a .o 1 cual-
ity of -
i. a a i:n r, i:j-:nt
as jrond as can be nl t .-i in. ,i 1 ;
V)'t' .'T'''0" 0ru, ,'s sc.licited and' i'roi.: i;v
" CA2L0 III HICCEIZr,'
"SPRIXQ IXOWERS." "SUMMER IXOWET-S,'
AWAS" and " AsLEtl",-:
wuhtl-e Kri.rrnr wfhiv nH h:ki.t riiRis-
HA AT VOItk (Consolidated.', for (4.00.
Two of these Chrnmns 11 re the 110 of " V.'ide
Awake and Fast Asleep;" the otacrs
Subscriber furnished AT ONCE
with their Chromos. m
A GENTS j
can make betteT terms
.writh os than with any ,
k H.W.ADAMS 1
12" Beekman .
won.n HKsrrrTrr u.v a"-.
...in-.' t.i Ilie rii'yciis i n i-cn City.
mid vicinity, that I have ocncd an
H'E-CH KA7.I nutl CM IXTiOM'K1
estnhlishment in the hcildinjj forim rly
occupied by 1.. lilh r, on the
Corner of Fourth and Jfnin Stmts.
A-rlic- fm':i I rniilnin will he ir.
rotion to supply the demands of the
I T . .... ....., ..11 .. . . - ...i- ti :ffiCK.
t hirst y
I 11111 1. mi; 11 uiiiv llll (Ml III. -
cons: i iicnt lv t hev lire I'm re ami Fr-1. -
. 1 e .i - . . ....Ih-Cil-
siiiir'- 01 juioijc jaironage is rcjH cmi".- - -.
(irr-snn City, Rrr-trmbrr dth, 1S72 tf.
r - Ifc. I
V . V y.. - I