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o,iEGi. hit. .'r. 3P, is-
3 Nevs Column.
Tt i rnmoroil that "Mem. Linton,"
Alius Miss Minnie Ail.ims, will return j
to Salem soon. Q
Jacob B. Spriusor, xvlio 1ms been
enqa.eil in the hotel business in this
State for several years, dieal on the
t. at the residence of his
brntlter-in-la C.ij't. John Cochran,
n?a- Ilubbaril's station.
"Y.lla Walla sports are getting
rea l v for the races to come off on
tl e 27th inst. The celebrated horse
0C"la is one of those now under
training at that p'ajo.
The House bills for the preserva
tion of tish, to organize Stevens
county, and providing for the repre
sentation offthe counties of Walli
Waiia, Pn.f, "WLitman and Stevens,
wore p:t-5ed. O
There are tenpriscncrs in the
LI vin p nitMit:a y.
Gov. lVrrv,of Washington, lias
, r. r I limed Tii'irs.lay!, Nov, 25th as
i .lav of t'i mk-giviag according to
til usual custom.
Poe & Talbot, of Torf Gamble,
mills. !iiiv purchased thesiern wheel
steimer Constance. 118 tons, in San
Francisco, br 10.000.
. Oil. -Lirribee. of Se-ittle, lias lately
bought the celebrated IVisby farm,
in Crescent harbor, Whidby Island,
mil proposes to make a model farm
of it. O
The Idaho $ftlsmtn of the 31th,
gives an uecount of a stage robbery
which oceiirreil near that place on
the morning rif toerlOtli. Cnnvley
Downey was tFie driver and a man
named Letup theconly juisseuer.
The robbers wore three in number.
They demanded ftnd erot the mail
s icks and lo "Well. Fanro & Oo.'s
treasure box. in which was about
8,000. bullion ango!d dust.
A Mr. Cus is going to Washington
to procure an appropriation for the
improveirnt of Coos Hay.
Watkins, win did the reckless
shooting in the court room at Salem,
had a preliminary examination on
Tuesday b fore Jnde Peebles, and
was held over to the circuit court,
the bond being tix"l at 1,000. Fa-ling
to give the bond, the prisoner
was remanded to jail.
A m in by the lnmo of Hiram Far
low, residing, on Little Tbilte creek.
inthisStite, went out 'htinting la-t
week, and while absent his house
was destroyed by fire.
A man named David Eriggs is on
trial in Jackson county for murder.
The recent high water in the Wil
1 miette river swept away the m 11
dam belonuisio: to Messrs. II. Smith
and W. W. lirigjrs. near llarrisburg.
Tiie damage is perhaps 1,000.
Them is an advance in overland
Vice President Wilson is improv
Destructive storms have been ex
perienced on the French and Fuglisb
It is said tl::;t Don Carlos lias
offered to jo-n in's forces to those of
Alfonso, in cas of a rar1 between
Spain and the United States.
The Al i of Nov. 10th says Senator
Mitchell, of Oregon, is engaged in
gathering information regartliug cur
fominereiaj relations with Mexico,
with a vh-w of arriving at a complete
understanding of the bearings of the
proposed Ih cipioeity' Treaty with
Presumably the bulk of the east
ern mails w ill come to Oregon during
the rainy season ly steamer.
A man in California has imported
100,;0 worth of African ostriches.
supreme, court of Wisconsin
has recently oocided that the whip
ping of a child by a . public schoo
teacher is an assault and battery.
and that an offending teacher may
tnu'eted in damages as well as
held an-wWab!o for violating the
O dignity of ti e law.
A eitiz.-n of Philadelphia lias been
' ': !v eviTtie-jr ids eiu-rijies on some
i wriiing t bx fxhibited at the
V",. ild's I'air. Ho lias written fou;
t i i .sa:i;t seven hundred words on a
ja.stal eard, and expects to write two
thousand more on the small piece
Arrnnspints are mak-'ng for a fast
mail from V, asiiuitoii to New Or
Ihe Sr.-tiry of the Treasury has
given oireet'ons for tlie retirenient
and ir.eellation of ?704.SO in XJ. S.
I"g.d t nder-. that -.'mount beinu 80
per enf. of the imtional bank circu
lation issued within t last month.
. There is talk in Wash ine-ton Terri
tory of uMiu-xing Walla Walla Co
W. T., to Oiegon.
Oar old friend Baron Kothehild is
in Han Francisco.
One James Gor.Ton lMutet of a
paiit-r called the New York ,',,
is in Frisco Wants to see the be
iiF. wasn i io i'c looieu. ne came
nlortrl the tr;iin :.t a small station
sontli of Wilmington, Del., ami be
lia.l two ;itiie 1 s Witii liim. Tise
saiulwieti c iiielinstliuirtlirouirh
the car. liowlin.'j; '"San. I wielies! Saml
wiciies!" The traveler seized the
xmi ni arc iel.l!er ly tlie arm as lie
p.isseil, anl said: ''Ilmv inneh W
fiey? ' '-Ten cents apiece, " sail t'ie
liloated cotipon-clijier with t!e
basket. "tJininie three." The three
were hanle.l i.ut. A little iloiiKtful
about the sirniivness of the tr.nie the
traveler) pently nncoveie.l one of
them before comjl-tins the pnr
ohnso. Separating tlse two slices of
breAib Ciirefaiiy he looked witliin.
A siusl? zlsinc sullieeil. Tiiere was
ft mixture f disappointment and in
dignation in his tone, as he scorn
fully returned the provisions and
said, "A little bit o' ham nnd some
breid! Look hyar! Yon can't play
cno Yankae trick on me! I'm from
the country, but I know enough to
know that ain't no sandwich, , A sand
wich! A sandwich 13 a liali." And
be wouldn't take them.
Subscribe for tbe Eyir.RPRiBS.
The Truthful Pilot.
j The passenger who was going down
' the big river for the7 first time in his
; life, secured permission to climb tip
j beside the pilot, a grim old grayback
wno never ioici a lie in nis me.
"Many alligators in this river?"
inquired the stranger after a look 4
"Not so many now, since they got m
to shootin 'em for their hides and
taller," was the reply
"Used to be lots, eh ?
'T '... ..11 -rn il?lf.
'em, stranger," replied the pilot,
" 'Cause you'd think I was a-1 jin' I
to yon, and that s sumthinl never
do. I tin cheat at keerds, dtink
whiskey, or chawO poor terbacker,
but I can't lie."
"Then there used to be lots of 'em,
eh?" inquired the 'passenger.
"I'm mot afraid to tell ye, Mister,
but I've counted 'leven hnndered al
ligators to the mile from "Vscksburg j
c lar down to Orleans! lbat was
years ago, afore a shot was eyer fired
at 'em." O
"Well, I don't doubt it," replied
the stranger. v"'
"And I've counted 3,439 of 'era on
one sand bar!"' continued the pilot.
"It looks big to tell, but u Govern
ment surveyor was aboard, and he
cheeked 'em off as I called out."
"I haven't the least doubt of it,"
said the passenger as he heaved a
'T'm glad o' that, stranger. Some,
fellers would think I was a bar when
I'm telling the solemn truth.-, This t
used to be a paradise for alligators,
. ' , tl i . ' l
and tliey were so tliiclt tnat the :
wlieels of the boat killed J an average,
of foi tv-nine to the mile!" I
"Is that so?" o
.'n. r i ... i i -r
irue u- v.Tospei, iuustei! i'useu
to almost feel sorryr 'for the cussed
brutes, 'cause tliey'il,-icry out e'en
most lite a human being. We killed
lots of 'em as I said, ami we hurt a
pne more, x sailed witn one cap
lain who alius carried a tho-isaad
bottles of liniment to throw over to
the wounded ones!"'
"True as you livy, ho did.' I dou't
'sjeet -I'll ever see another srtch a
kind, Christian man. And the alli
gators got to know the Xanoy Jan,
and to know Capt. Torti and tliey'd
swim out and rub their tails agin the
boat an' purr like cats an' look up
and try to smile!"
'Soleum trut'i, stranger, "aud
one. . wi.en we grounded on a bar,
with an opposition Imat right behind,
the alligators gathered around, got
under her steru, arid huifljed her
clean over t!e bar by a grjliiib push!
It looks like a big story, but t never
told a lie vet. and I never sha.ll. I
wouldn't lie for all the money you
could put aboard this bo vt."
There was a painful pause, and
after awhile the pilot continued:
"Our injines gin out once, and a
crowd of alligators took v towjine
anil hauled uA forty-fiv miles Tip
stream to Vieksburg!''
"And when tlie news got a3ong the;
river that dpt. Tom was deyl, every
alligator in the river daubed hi left
ear with mud as abade of niOuiriin'.
and lots of 'em pined away and
The passenger left the pilot "house
with the remai k that lie didn't doubt
the statement, and the old man gave
the whtel a turn, and replied:
"Thai's one thing I won't do for
love nor money, and that's mike a
liar of mi-self. I w is lining tip by
a goo I mother, at) 1 I'm going to
stick to the truth if thU b i it diwsnt
make a cent." Vi:kbarg H:ruhL.
How Coitee Came to ee Used!
It is .voniewhat singular to trace the.
manner in w Inch arose the use of tha
common beverage of coffee withemt
which few persons m any lialf p.r
wholly civilized country in the world
now-' make breakfast. At t'ne time
Columbus discovered America if
had never been known or used. It
only grew in Arabia or Upper
The discovery of it use as a bev
evacre is ascribed t the Superior of
a monastery in Arabia, w ho. desirous
fif prevent insr the monks from sleep
ing at their nocfnrn il services, m ble
them drink the i;, fusion of coffee on
the repo1 ts of s'leoherds, wo ob
served that their docks were more"
lively after browsinir on the fruit of
that plant. Its reputation spread
through the adjacent countries, arid
in about two hundred y ars it had
A single p'ant brought there in
1711. became t1 e n rent stock of all
the French eYffe id m' af hms in the
Wst Indies, ai d the French and
Spanish all over South America and
the West Indies. Tr:e extent of the
consumption!' now can hardly be
redizel. The U;utel Smiles alone
an nuallycoMsunics it at the cost on
its 1 in din r. of from tifteoa to sixteen
millions of dollars.
Ax ex rsorated and sar'Mtie
"tdaeksniih" who sets tvpe in Cairo,
writes: "Whoever heard of an editor
niHkiti!? an error during his whole
editorial career? No one. The mer
chant swears at the printer; so does
the occasional en-respondent hnm-
bntr. who writes about the 'neonle
mtolerabV f rmds, th oetess and
p'el of. tint 'ity; . Hie man whose
friends ilesire that he shmHhl be
mayor; the indivhlnal who received
n bneiit. an 1 a stuTed watch for liis
brilliant talents, and in his card of
thans iw.l the ;1 i tt"rin:r common
place. l!;i nntrqnated and excessively
vain -noun -J.' thus 'I;' ifl faet,
th ;:. ter bounced on all sides.
r Me lninter, who rnma-je after un
intelJiih'.e pit ees of metal, who cor
rects, on an averages, about 4ifteen
villainous errors an honr in common
words, such us traveler, j tiler, liy
pocrisv. fiiltill. ho'idav. eaupje, sepa
rate, alleged, fetid, judgment, skill
t..t i i t -.
iiu, counselor, impanel, anu mmv i
other simpler ones, nod makes prob
ably one blunder i:i live thousand
words, is frequently asked to step
down and out. Xo,vo,Vr he feels
savage, and drink whisky and beer,
r.nd talks about the ignorance, of the
aristocrats, the nr.ddle classes, and
all other classes."
It neil to seem to us that if the
man who wrote the headlines in
copv-looks 1ml nmlerf'tootl his Imsi
rss he woalJ have mixed in a few
'soverei srntv "com mon i-eal t h bn r-
dnn of tayes.'tvranny. etc.; so doS
that c'.ee- f.,1 hiem-Ivphieal prodigy, fV (O-jfi
the assoej ,te l.,vss a-ent; and tliose
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. B. RICHARDSON,
V-vio lione er,
Cornier of Front !fc Oak at., Portland;
Of P.eal Estate, Groceries. Oeneral Mer
chandise and Horses.
SEE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
A. 15. RICHARDSON,
J. P. DA VIES. JOSHUA DA VIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
A X D
FIKE-PHOOF STONE BUILDING,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
LibTiil Advances Made on Consignments.
July 21, 1871 :ly
HAS JUST RECEIVED TIIE LARGEST
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
evr Imported to Orfpcon City, which he
"offers at greatly reduced i-rices. My stock
nas fbeon nr;XoW increased and I can
show as hsndsome a line or ready-made
?00(ls ju'M''n nnd .Ro-vs' i'""; l
Dress Suits, toats, etc., as can be lound
in mnni.rv. nmi at. nrio-s that cannot
iait to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
rsfllledwitli a splendid assort nient of n II
the leading styles and fashionable shad-.-s
Jloli.-t irs, FreiK-Ii nnl
Ainriraii Ires CJootls
liliifk 11 ji:icji,
c Ui il I i;i ii ! i lies,
F X. A InTN k L s
Tiaid, Plain andOpeia Flannels, of all col
ors. ri"acti!'d and Unbleached Cotton
Hanlies' unci Oe l.s' fnilerivare,
fliivls biul !: rf,
'I'm it Us it ml
'J'ra i'linir .Sati-ltel,
Huts st ml t'a js,
BOOTS and S
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and I'.ovs' San Krancisco
Boots, whieli I have sold for a mini her ot
years past with ti'meral satisfaction. IOv
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FAHK!HS UTEuS!LS
Choice Teas, Canned floods, and all choic
All at I'.v Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AND CIRM.W ISLAND SALT.
Highest. Prica aid lor all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Vanted,
for which I shall pay th.
"2 o i-j
- b w
rOIXI.D INFORM TIIE CITIZENS OF
t Or-eon City aud vicinity that he is
trfcj:ir.'d to furnish
FiH, SPSUCEA?iD CIDA1 LUMBER,
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry, Fltor!ujr, C ilinr, Ittistic,
Spruce, (Tor shelving), Lntllee,
Piclcets, an;lFi-iue-Posta, Cedar,
Constantly on hand.
Strt and Sidewalk lumber furnisliod
on th s'jorfst noticv, at as low a rates as
it. can O.e purcasrt in th stats.
liive nic a call at ttie
ORfCtJON CIT Y SA W MILLS.
Orou . ity, June lit, 1875 :tf
YOU CANT AFFORD
TO RE WITHOUT IT !
4 MilNTIir.Y ITXrSTUATE'O PAPER
2 V 'ublshdat Portland, foin" ft' the
fib I "st rit'Ts in th St contribute to its
col u ins. Tiie West miokk is
tH? OliLY ILLUSnArEB PAPER
in Orvran, and contains in ach isju
i articles of .i -e-ral Ijltratur a
d s -rintion of som- , irtion or XU'.: Stat" or
l Jis linzton T rnr.or.. A'lul! lis' ol farm
ini lands to t tr tor sale, lias an
li!i!$!r.Ul no:!hr,l:urnl Erpwtfcrnt,
Aft ! o h"r VaUi able in'ermation not to t
letiruJ m any oth'-r pa - r on th ooast.
Aconvf.fit snt t.j friends airoad. will
?jv th-ni a b-tfr ia of the Pacific
ortnwest thnn anv o: h -r publication.
r .n- Jwi? '- P"1''1 fr..n - 'ar on rcfipt
o. , l o) ; single co;-i-s, - c nts. Addr sa,
p )MP;.ATTHAVv:! r.Ki
: yd nt t !i ,,:n- b ! .an
a-'U-st .J.i'.ki Ml
bis Jli-u-sf-ad Knt.-"Y-lti,
1S71, u--on -and
K. Vj .f th-? N. vv
ship 5 north, ran1
count v. Or-con, win.
lotion of said entri-
tor a bi nij. n i nj
'o. J.'VK. .tfite.l
V. of X. E. U
' .. "! ion 4. town
' in flats .p
v; -tv li)tH caTiC"l-
saP.I unrf is rrs
. "ir at this oft1'"
Mlr, 1S75, at 10
: mj furnish tst i-
on th Hth day of 1 '
o'clock A. m., to rsnon
monv concrnln? km
t l I- "V W- V T if 73
"ov. 12, 1S754
. ..---. i . nun ig i nt I lliir Tn
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Nimble Six Fence is Better than a Slow
I 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 ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes,
Clothinjr, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils, 0
Sash and Doors,
Chinaware, - Quoensware,
Plated ware. Glassware,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy N
Rope, Faming tions of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc
Of the above list, I can say my .stock is the
0 HI O S T C O 31 1 I, K T li
ever offered in this market, and was seleted
wit k especial care for the Oregon City trade.
All of which I now olTcr lor sale at tho
Lowest fiSarket Rales.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of coin;; to Portland to buy cods for
1 am DclcnniiHil to Silt. Cieup and not to
allow myself to be
UNDERSOLD IX THE STATE OF OREGOX.
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 re
quirements of the trade. Come one and ail
and see lor yourselves thai the old stand of
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless for me to tell you all the
ndva ntac'S I can offer you in the sale of
irooils, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All 1 wish to say is 0
Con1?, iintl Srp.niul Exnminc for Yonrsrlvrs
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old friends now
that lam still alive, and desirous to sell
iroods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, ir-"t'ou City,
r.--"rai Tenders and Count v Serin taken at
m:irk-t rates. THUS. CIIAKMAX.
t JZ'),0'.)) lbs wool wnnted bv
TIIOS. C HAP. MAN.
J. Y. ' Vltl).
GEOTtC.n A. IIAltniNO.
' WARD & HARDING,
.0TJ03ISTS A!JD APOTKECAHIES,
r.KP Ct)NfTAXTl.Y ON JIAXll A
general assortment of
IH-ugs unci Chemicals,
Nlioulfler Iliacet I'micy jiml
Ivpr.-vseno Cll, Lamp ( lihjiiiryo,
O'Jasn, l'ully, lil-s. Oils,
Vai nili -saii,l Dye i cilTs,
PCUE WISES AM) 1I110RS f OR 51 E
PATENT 31E3)ICIM:.S, ETC.
r"Physicians' Pr vscrir t ions carefullv
compounded, and all orders correctly aii-swer-d.
wyopn at all hours of the nio:ht.
By.ll accounts must be paid monthly
novUtf WAKD & IIAHIUXG.
STATE E0A1D OF IMMIGRATION.
TOItTIIE rLTKlOsR OK AFFORDING
1; informaiion to Immigrants and in
tend Emigrants to Oregon, now in torelgn
countries and sist r States, and for circu
latin? such intormat ion abroad by this
Hoard, ail persons in this State having
Farms and Lands for Snl or R.'nt. or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will please for
ward to this Hoard as soon as possible de
tailed descri tions of their Farms and
Lands, location, lrlcennd Terms of Sale,
or conditions of renting; and all persons
desirous of obt aining Agricult ural or other
Laborers, wi'l please communicate direct
with this Hoard.
Hy instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. WILLIAM REID,
5feblm A State Com'r of Immigration.
JOHN It. ailXLER.
TsJL X X U F,i CTOIilL :
JL having lenst'rt Xhn wV ji
wi- iuvni rrniin, coriif-r t)i -
Main and Third street. Oregon Citv. take
this nvthod of informing the public in
central, that we aw now pr -pared, with
amplo room.rr00,j matiirials, and the very
bst of Mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete, any sort of a vehicle from a
common cart to a Concord Coach.
ni:icUmiliiij:, IIorse-SliotMiiqr nnd
(ii-nvral .Inlt i in ir, Xeatly, iini-ckly
an;l C'lifaply llojie.
i;;usli-shji-ixc a specialty.
Coma and tr" us.
MrKINNON & MILLER.
Aug. 13, 1S75 an.3
A. C. VALLBTJQ'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
F'ittocU's TtuiVUwz Corner of Sturk
ami Front Strtets.
fIXK BOOKS RTTLFD AND ROUND
w to any desired pattern. Music Itooks,
Mairazins, Newspaprrs, f-tc, bound in ev
ery variety of style known to the trr.tde.
Orders from the c untry' promptly at
3 T,l PER 3 A L P3 ILLS,
LaRocque, Savior & Co.
K'p constantly on hand for salpFiou'
Mid dlinss. Bran and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the 6ack
OHAS. 11. OA-TJinrEILI),
DEALER xV Q '
o GROCERIES, c
Croclcery, 5oc.fc fcc
CORKER Of'sEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREQON CITY.
ALSO, o. .
o A LARGE LOT OF
DRESSED CEDAR AND FIXISITINa LXBIBKR, o-
Of various kinds, for sale in quantities to suit, at reasonable rates.
M H R C Jl A N D I S li.
Books and Stationerv.
I will pay the hight'&t- pfTccfor
and ail kindsf
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE
J will sell as low as any home I li Oregon fer
CASH OR ITS EQ VI VA LJZNT
n Good Merchantable Producf.
t am selling very Jftw for
CASn PAID FOR COlTn ORDEBS.
Glvo me a call a-nd satisfy yourselves..
Oregon City, March 21. 1S78.
TfflK WOULD OAXJj THE ATEH N TIOST
of Teachers, and other intcrestSdJn musj;,
to th following works, ae' bjl og tb host of
their class :
A- new Class-Book for Female-Voices.
Price $9 Yfr Dozen. Sample coiiles, mail
ed, post-paid, on receipt of $1.
A Class-Sook for Children. Used in all
the principal Public ichools. Price 50
Per Dozen. Sample copies mailed, post,
paid, on receipt of 60 certs. -
The Most Populir School Singing-Rook
ever published. Price S7 SO Per Dozen.
Sample copies mailed, post-paid, on re
ceipt of 75 cents.
J. L. PETERS,
843 BROADWAY, N Y.
Aug. 6 :w6
Ifrbly G.8TIKSON A Co . Portland, Me
Tik 'cr .4 Tr n Th sr TTfe
lYJi j. in sl& vu y ja f
revised avb conrfacmio isy xrr AtrriroH,
E. d V. CURTIS, 3X. T., !ic, &c
A Medical E?Sy on tho cAu 9 J5S c.nra
of urematuro decline of naua,'showins hsw
health is lost, and ho regained. ltgiv
a clear synopsis of tho Impediments to
marrisiffe, the treatment 01 nervous and
physical debilitx, exh&usWd vtt-ahty. arid
nil otlier diaeast-s aia-ert.ainim; therttO:
t he results of twenty years successful prac-
CUftTJS CW'MANHOOfJ." Thfr is no
n.eniber of sociity by whoio this book will
jQyt b found us'.-fvj,"whetbt r h( b" parent
jbrecror or clerftyman. Lonfl.cn Timr.
Cin-CTIS ON "MANHOOD. " ihi hook
should be read byth'i you for fngfrue-
ttrin, and by th afflicted lor relief; it. vxiil
injure no dm. UrUirMf 7 wasa- rnuj 7ftrtte.
Pricf One rioltar, by mail or fxress.
Addxesiathe antbor, ljl, (,'UHTiS, 3ai sut-
ter ftniet, or P. O. licr tfJ7,.Ssvn Kran.oisco,
Cal. :Ij isiiam
.Who ore S.uir.iii3f frftrn the MTect of
lout tiiul follies or jniijcrtion, will do
ftfcll to avail thcintlti' ol this, tjie
-e.atSt boon Ifljd at tiie altarOl suirt rin
huruitnity. Iii. tsi'lNTVliV will uar
autee to forfait ;jo lor evevy cas -c.i
rotnal weakness, or jr:vae disease (&
any kind or chaxact-ej wtiU-li he und'-r-t
kos nnd laiU to ur-. IJe won Id, t li'-re-lbrc:,
say to the uiUortawiate'siiir.-rer who
,m.ly read this notice, that you ar-trending
upon daii-rous .vound when yai
dongvr Clei.y in se'ltiny; tie- rnjT r'ni
.'dy'for onr cumHaint. may be in
tho first Stfltre - rT inenilr ou ar- ap
proaclliny the la.t. If yiTi ar l.orderiim
;'ufon Ui lapt, nd ,1r.' Jiulferin sone'or
'8.H of its illerr'ets.reuwiwbfr th'at it you
jt-ersi.st in Tri-irraw inn! ion. t le -1 U,e- nlust
CriiK' Mtn t he most. sUiiiiul physic-ian
;t0-n rejideryfn no a?it.-n!V : when tin
jurtfir Of bopv will lidos' d : "lin.st ji.u .
,whii ni ttn.tej til lsierey can drtn'you
r-Mief. In no ea.ee has the l ;oet r l-i i i-
!of suce'fcs. Then P-t no' despair fvnr!
jupou J'ftur iin-i;jinntiori, but. a;ul your
rlt ot ti b.neiiaf.results of Instr a:
mstnt. befyrr jwir eas- is b'v.-irnl t In
reftc-ii dt ni'jtlicil skiil, or l jit;r-' :riu
death hurries on to a j.r mater jrns-ve
.Kill I coiys of tr-atnii nt ?J0 Sen
monry by P'ofMee ord'-r or '.s. n ss
With full lecri j t ion of cas;. Caller
jUddrt-W, Hit .. 12. SiJJN.Vi: ,
. No. 11 1C -aynV sirei t, San l-"rancito.
I J'l rjt
Itafu St., Oregon City.
AXUPACTtRER AD DirOETER OF
, Mflrt-,.oti., -tc.
WTKICIT WE 0?rKRS AS CHEAP AS !
t na iq ma jsiaie, at
VBOLESALE QJ? RETAIL.
fcrrajit my g'oods as represented.
JOHN SCH RAM,
" fiAddle.jind Harness Maker.
Orgoo Cif.y, Oregon, July 11, l73-m3.
Tlj standard remedy lor fonylis In
fliwnz, Sore Throat, Wl.ooiui Oourjh,
Crovp, Liver Comptnint, BrotieHfit, Binxl
ififj of the. Llititjx, a rid every alfect ion of t he
Ihroftt, Mings and Chest, including Cos-
VVitr,a liaKam of 1Vill C'!erry doS
not dry up a cough, but loosens it; eb anes
the l.ungs, and a Rays irritation, thus rc
moiiif the cruise of th" complaint. Non"
uronuin" unless sind I. I'vtts. Prepared
by Skxh W. l'owi.Eii A Sons, lioston. Sold
by KF.nniNOTox, Hostkttkk & Co., San
I ran Cisco, and by tleakrs generally.
On the McKinzie Paver. Lane Co., Oregon.
. A CJIAR51LXG SniMEU RESORT.
mnBSE SPRIGS ARE LOCATED
JL a,bMit fiity-five miles en-t of Eie'ene
City, and within four mil's of t hr cob-brat-ed
Prairie fl the McKinzi". Th"v are
wit.binafew hundred yards or Hors rst z
one ol thp most, famous trout streams in
reg0n. Di er and elk are verv pb nt v n-Vr
thes; Springs, having bwn the r-sort" for
ages of these animals. Th grand.-st and
most, j ictursqu" scenery of the Xort h Pa
cific. I havi the best buildi ngs, a nd the
b"st accommodations of anv S rin-s in
this part of the Stnt". My bat h ' ho fs is
new, and Is const rucfd with rfereee to
vonr'va"iS visit Ir.K m froin tl e
val e. I also have an excellent, vapor
oAoMi0ri' nrd Pvslcirin in attendance
beared for small cost and b
Town 5,o s for Sale.
"V"OTirEialIVEXTO ATJ, PERSON'S
theCo,?!,r0,1S?ri?,'rrhasin- Town Ix.ts in
the ( ounty addition to Or-gon t'ity ciack-
b?r?nMUn,y-r''Eon' U,at "r" no v'owmd
th- nn,ns r?"m . that application for
the purr-has- will bo r-c-ivd bv the Wk
t'TJ1 of th" r'v fniirt, nd acted
niTJ? Ty th.? ' l,rt in ,, rm tlmp. and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
T ,,, J. M. KRAZETt,
lan. 12 lS7o. County Clerk.
NOTARY PUR LIC.
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OKI-XiOX CITY, : OREGON.
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Oregon City, March 21. 1873-tf.
AGENTS FOR TIIE EXTESPEISE.
The following persons ar authorized to
act as agnts lor the Enterprise:
Oeo. P. Rowell t Co.,
40 Tark Row, 'ew
Coc. Wetherill t Co. f.07 Chestnut street
Abbott Jt Co., lo.82 and Si Nassau street
l'ortland.Oregon E. Samuel
San Francisco ?;
St. Helens, Columbia countv S. A. Mils
Astoria, Clatsop county; A. Von luisen
Sal.-m r. Williams
llarrisburg J. H. Smith
I .a fa yet t e, a in 1 : i 1 1 eou nt y .I.E. Fergu son
I alias, Polk county.
I 'ave iioim
li. K. Jfar.na
AV. A. Wells
.Hon.. John Pnrnett
V. P. I nswf 11
' N. H. Gates
Canyon City.tirant eo.
I la lies. Wascn countv.
A. C. Craig
IVndlcton', Umatilla county s V. Knox
I .1 . ,M . i liotii F- '
) E. I . Prist f w
Hon. I-. I M an0
(C T. JTonfapuo
)J. It. Ralston
Hon. F. P. I' udrny
H. C. Huston
Cuff intr's ,
Lower Mola 11a
c V. r.catie
H nrv rcGugin
"" ....J. W. Strawscr
i"rink W. foster
,!!.Capt.Z. C. Nortf-n
. W. Merclnrd
"".'w. 11. Voughan
0REC0M CJTY BREWERY
TyAVINO PERCH AK-
t th0 o I w v. P.rew-
ory wishes to inform the ... bnc that he is
now prepared to manufacture a No. 1 qual
as good as can be obtained anywhere In
the State. Orders solicited and prompt