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" Henry Dasire, do yon desire to
ry anything in tliU case?" inquired
hi Honor pf the next. 0
.Yea, sir." ......
Well, say on, but don't hare over
three chapter in it, as others are
if ai ting in the corridor.
4. I got drunk on election day, your
Honor, and "
And have been drunk ever since,"
added the court as the prisoner pans
"You couldn't hare hit it closer!
said Henry, a smile of ' admiration
covering his face.
,'You got drank Tuesday, kept
drunk Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, and aren't over one-third so
ber vet. eh?"
That's it, your Honor you've hit
the case exactly !
" Mr. Desire, you are not a fair-
minded citizen. This thing ought
to be divided up among your fellow
men. You can't expect to keep
drunk four or five days and still
mainta:n the reputation of a liberal -hearted
man. Other people want a
chance, and from my earliest infancy
I have been down on monopolies. I
have carefully considered your case.
and I believe you ought to be sent
up for three months."
" Just my figures!" exclaimed the
admiring Henry. "I'll go in a jiffy!'
But it was thought best to have
him go in the Black Maria.
At one of the polls this morning a
witty citizen remarked to a voter who
bad not enjoyed the advantages of
education, "Say, , I heard a
man say this morning that you were
a conjunction." " He's a liar," was
the prompt and indignant response.
" But he didn't stop at that," contin
ued the citizen, "he said you were a
verb." " Who was he? Who was he?
I'll settle with him. I don't allow
' no man to say no such things about
me." Here a by-stander interposed
with the remark, " , I don't be
lieve yon know what 'verb means'."
" Yes I do, it means one of them fel
lows that lays around for drinks."
Wo started out to shoot a squirrel
the other day and six men came up
and paid their subscriptions. They
thought we were out collecting. But
if they ' had waited to obtain the
squirrel's private opinion of our skill
as a marksman, their fears would not
have got the better of their usual
cool judgment. Turner's Kails Re
What we want now is to exchange
photograph's with the boy who put
a porous plaster in his school teach
er's boot. Danbury News.
See here, Mr. Hauser crawled into
a sewer in Dubuque while drunk, and
was smothered in the mud. Would
you call that whisky-side, sewer-cide
or murder? Chicago Inter-Ocean.
He went into Thompson's and acci
dentally prot npon a stool at the first
trial. " Got enny oyschers?" "Yes,
sir how'li yer have em?" "Gimme
half dozen on er shells (hie) no,
not zat, butter half oyscher on er
dozen shells (hie!) stop! zat ain't id,
butter want dozen half-shelled oych
," and then he wiped his plate out
with his hat and went to sleep.
Harmless amusement Mr. Muck
lestone (after missing his bird for
the twentieth time): "I say. Gas
kins, I do believe the birds are
frightened at me!" Old keeper, bland
ly: "They didn't ought to be, sir!"
Since the introduction of postal
cards it takes double the former time
to distribute the mail.
The correspondent of a Boston pa-
Bsr writes from the Twin Mountain
ouse that " Mr. Beecher eats his
corn on .the cob." In this respect
he differs from most people, since
they eat theirs off the cob.
The woman who shuffles around
in cloth slippers, broken down at
tne neei, ana wipes her noso on a
flat-iron holder, is the one who leaves
gristle in her mince pies and runs a
liair-pin into her bread to see if it's
done. Fulton Times.
An old gentleman with a kind but
determined look on his face said:
" The next time that boy refuses to
go on an errand I will tro for him.
. The boy heard of the kind offer, and
coneiuuea to go as tola.
Lady to waiter Don't put that ice
into the goblet with your fingers.
A alter Lior , ma am, 1 don t mind.
my nanas are very warm.
o aui areamingiy, " we
are always striving for a subjective
goal. Uneoasciously, it may be, but
still we strive. We lean over the
verge of the infinite, longing to grasp
. . . . .
11s mysteries ana lost in tne proinn
dities of its immensitv. " Yes,
she replied, thoughtfully, "but,
John, would you mind mv putting
brown patch on the seat of those old
black pants of yours?" Norwich
A doctor went West to practice his
profession. An old friend met him on
the street one day and asked him
bow he was succeeding in his bnsi
?.eT.9' uLa 1 .?wnP f
"Ivehaa.one case "Well, and
wjj " i V tt t V
Built me uvi ivii uiu j vim
succeed with that?" "Well, the old
woman died, and the child died. But
I think I'll save the old man yet!"
A Third street boy, of ten, desires
to inform the public that a common
umbrella will not sustain the weight
of a common boy. He mounted tbe
shed roof yesterday, spread tbe um
brella, and amid the hurrah of a
group of boys he leaped off. He
came down like lead, and when he
came to his senses the boys were try
ing to pull him out of an ash-box by
the hair of the bead.
The other day a Vicksbnrg wife
went into the countrv on a visit with
out saying anything to, or leaving
word for her husband. He was un
easy on returning home, and made
inquiries among the neighbors.
" Gone I mining!" ex claimed one
woman; "why. I should think yon'd
be nneasy about her?" " I am," be
replied, wearing a sorrowful look,
' for some one has got to split the
wood to get breakfast with." FcA
o kurg Bemld.
In Clatsop county the number of
legal voters is 552; males 21 years
and upward, 572; do under 21 and
over 10 years, 1SH; do under 10
years, Z1U. i emales lb years and
upward, 326; do under 13 and over
10 years, 114; do under 10 years,
165. Total population, 1,546. Acres
under cultivation, 3,568; bushels
oats, 5,250; do potatoes, 3,200; do
apples, 6,430; tonsG of hay, 1,091;
pounds wool. 4,730; bushels corn,
10; sheep, 1,100; hogs 111; horses,
77; cattle, 942; cases salmon, 80,000;
feet lumber, 1,500,000; barrels Sal
mon, 700; pounds cheese, 200; do
The census report for Josephine
county, shows as follows: Legal
voters, 334; males, 21 and upward,
340; do under 21 years and over 10,
150; do) under 10 years,, 178. Fe
males 18 years and upward, 184;
under 18 and over 10 years, 18a.
Total population, 1,132. Acres un
der cultivation. 6.269; bushels
I wheat, 16,080; oats, 9,286; barley.
10,275; apples, 10,326; tons hay,
2,988; pounds wool, 19,249; number
sheep, 5,917, hogs, 1,988; horses,
793; cattle, 4,010; mules, 30; pounds
tobacco, 635; feet lumber, 45,000;
pounds butter, 9,560.
A correspondent of, the British
Colonist says: " If the sailors of the
Orpheus are to be believed, tli3 Cap
tain of that ship is a heartless brnte
who deserves c to be condemned to
perish miserably in mid-ocean on a
plaak, of hunger, thirst and expo
sure." J. C. Trnllin'ger's saw-mill at Asto
ria, has now a capacity of 20,000 feet
A Plummer fruit and vegetable
dryer is in operation at Beaver ton.
The Hillsboio grange has incorpo
rated. There are in the United States over
24,000 Granges, -with a membership
of about 1,500,000.
The A. Frazer, who was lost on the
Pacific; was Alexander Frazer, of
Pic ton, Nova Scotia.
West Union, Washington county,
has a literary society called "The
By the middle of December Ore
gon will have another telegraph line
in connection with California and
"Lucky" Baldwin wants to run
his horse Rntheford against Spring
bok for $10,000 or $20,000.
California Joe has been killing
people around Cheyenne.
The German Consuls at all the
British ports have received orders
to prevent nnworthy vessels, flying
the German flag, from putting out.
The ex-Empress Eugenie has rheu
matism so badly that she is compell
ed to use crutches.
A Chicago-girl worth $3,000,000
is out doing house work in order to
know how to govern her own man
sion, when she gets one.
It is said Corvallis intends to man
u fact urn cigars. Will it end in
Bessie Turner is writing love sto
ries for a sensational New York
Hillsboro boys inflict punishment
11 m a
on tueir culprit xeuows. An ex
change wants to know if this isn't
incipient mob law? o
Oregon wheat ex ports direct to the
United Kingdom promise to approx
imate 150,000 tons the present har
The Seattle coal company will
shortly be able to store 4,000 tons of
coal and load two vessels at one time.
The Olvmpia Transcript has becrun
its IXth volume.
Duncan Campbell lias undertaken
to walk from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific. It will take kirn 190 days.
The oarsman Joseph H. Sadler, of
London, has again won the champi
onship of the Thames. He has re
solved never to row another race.
Von Bnlow, the famous pianist and
only trne interpreter of Beethoven,
is performing before delighted audi
ences in New York City.
Dr. Helmbold is again in an insane
The thirty-three millions of the
population of Eoerland will require
nearly fourteen million quarters or
wheat to supplement the produce ol
last harvest between that and the
corresponding season of next year
During. tug hrst half of tbe last
twenty years the English imports of
breadstuff's represented the consump
tion of 32 per cent, of the popula
tion. durincr the second half it was
equal to nearly 45 per cent., and
during the last three years to more
than fifty per cent, of the total con
The annual rate oi mortality, ac
cording to a recent weekly return in
Calcutta, was dl; Bombay, 2J; Mad
ras, 33; I'ans. 32; Brussels. 21
Amstrdam, 24; Rotterdam, 25; The
Hague, 21; Copenhagen, 26; Chris
tians, 17; Berlin, 31; Hamburg, 23
liresiau, zo; Munich, 40; Vienna, 21
Bada-Pesth. 37: Rome. 31: Xanles
Turin, 16; Florence, 28; Alexan
dria, 42; Kew York. 32; Brooklyn
-W; ana I'hilatJelphia, 20
A Oood Joke. The following
siory is wmu as a remarkable instance
of the appreciation of humor: A
German soldier was ordered fifty
lashes for some alleged act of insub
ordination. Fritz, disciplined to
silence, was fixed to triangles in the
presence of his company. When the
first lashes fell npon his uaked
shoulders the worthy fellow instead
of displaying evidences of distress
bnrst into a fit of uncontrollable
laughter. Jhe exeontioner. regard
lag tun roaniittsiaiiou as by no
means complimentary to his skill
laid on with redoubled arJor, Bo
the mora ha laid on the more Frit
Jauglmd, When cut down he still
found great difficulty in restraining
his mirth, and indulged )n loud
intermittent guffaws. The Q$vr in
command of the company, with a
euriosity naturally excited, ap
proached the bleeding wretch and
inquired tbe cause of hja mirth.
'Why, replied Fritz, breaking into
a fresh fit of agherr !!Tm the
A. UCTIOlf AND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
,r t FrBt 4t OmM mtm., PrtlBI
, Auction Sales
Of Real Etat. Groceries, Oeneral
chandhte and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. RICHARDSON,
J. P. DAVIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
FIRE-PROOF STONE BUILDING,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Librral Adraneri Made on Consignments.
July 24, 1874 ay o
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST
FALL AND WHITER GOODS
evrr Imported to Oregon City, which be
offers at greatly reduced prices. My stock
Has Ibeen largely Increased and I can
show as handsome a line of ready-made
goods in Men and Boys' Business and
Dress Suits. Coats, etc., as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
fall to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a splendid assortment of all
the leading styles and fashionable shades
Km press C'ItH.
Molialra. French and
Ameriran Dress Goods
Jtlark A 1 puce.
Brill ln tinea.
F L ANN ELS,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Bleached and Unbleachod Cotton
and Oents Vnderwsr,
Nha h Ii and Srarfs,
Wool Blankets, o
Hats and Cap,
Oil Cloth for
Floor and Table.
BOOTS and SHOES.
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and Boys' San Francisco
Boots, which I have sold for a number of
years past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FARMING UTENSILS.
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all cholc
All at Low Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AXD CARMAN ISLAND SALT.
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
I shall pay
the highest cash
Oregon City, Sept. 30 18T5.
WOULD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Oregon City and vicinity that he Is
prepared to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CEDAR LUMBER,
or every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooring, Celling. Rustic,
Sprvco, (for shelving), lattice.
Pickets, and FneePota, Cedar,
Constantly on hand.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at as low a rates as
it can be purchased in the State.
Give me a call at the
ORBQOir CITY 8 A W MILLS. '
Oregon City, June 10, 1875 At
YOU CAN'T AFFORD
TO BE WITHOUT IT !
4 MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED PAPER
x. published at Port land. Some of the
ablest writers in the State contribute to its
col u ins. The: West shore is
THE ONLY ILLUSTRATED PAPER
in Oregon, and contains in each issue
besides articles of General Literature a
description of some portion or the State or
Washington Territory. A full list of farm
ing lands to let or for sale. Has an
Illustrated Horticultural Department,
And other valuable information not to be
found in any other papr on the ooast.
A copy of it sent to friends abroad, will
give them a bettor Idea of the Paeiflc
orthwest thn anv other nublication.
Snt postage paid for one year on receipt
oi ii w; single copies, JU cents. Afinress.
septic ;w o Portland, Oregon.
Not. 8. 187.V
t wini.4iXTHAVI.VU BHEN ENTER:
; a aVhl mce b .jexandes Ramag
gainst John McMli'Un fp abandoning
his Homctad EntV No. 2.008. dated
e Hn lh w- '1 -ctlon 4. town
ship 5 north, rang' H west, in Clatsop
county, Oregon, with r lew to the cancel
lation of said ntrvi ! as id aartles ara
,fT,ond ppaar at th Is offles
14th day of D-o -mber. 1B75, at 10
ok A. ic.. to respond and furnish testt.
jony coneeraing aaki allered abandon-
t. OWEN WADE. Rmnimt-
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on band and doing
business on tbe old motto, that
A Kimble Six rence 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 : J
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Cnps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Taints and Oils,
, .. . v -". v Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy X
Rope, Faming tlonsof 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
with especial care for the Oregon City trade.
All of which I now offer for sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladles, or any one else, to
think of polnjj to Portland to buy Roods for
I am Determined to Hell Cheap and not to
allow myself to be
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Orepon City -enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
cannot be beaten in quality or prlc. It
would be useless for me to tell you all the
advantages I can oftvr you in the sale of
jroods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Comr, and Scr,and Examine for Yonrselvrs
for I do not wish to make anv mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old friends now
that I am still alive, and desirous to sell
Roods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
Leiral Tenders and Count v Scrip taken at
market rates. TIIOS. CHAItM AN.
V"5rt,000 lbs wool wanted bv
J. P. WARD.
GEORGE A. 1IARDINO.
WARD & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
general assortment of
Drugs ana Chemicals,
Shoulder Braces Vmnry and
Keroxene Oil, Lamp Chimneys,
Glass, Putty, Paints, OiI,
Varnishes and Dye StufTa,
PURE WINES AX LIBORS FOR 31E
PATENT MEDICINES. ETC.
"Physicians' Prescriptions carefullv
compounded, and all orders correctly an
VOpen at all hours of the night.
VAI1 accounts must be paid monthly.
WARD & HARDING.
STATE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION.
FOR THE PURPOSE OF AFFORDING
information to Immigrants and in
tend Emigrants to Oregon, now in foreign
countries and sister States, and for circu
lating such information abroad by this
Ioard, ail persons in this State having
Farms and Lands for Sale or Rent, or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will please for
ward tothis Board as soon as possible de
tailed descriptions of their Farms and
Lands. Ixwatlon, Price and Terms of Sale,
or conditions of renting; and all persons
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or other
Laborers, wll please communicate direct
with this Board.
By Instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. WILLIAM REID,
5feblm A State Com'r of Immigration.
JOHN II. MILLER.
McKINNON & MILLER.
31 A. IV U FACTORY !
rpiIE UND ER SIGNED
JL having leased the New
Shop recently occupied by the
late David Smith, corner of
Main and Third street, Orejron City, take
this method of informing the public in
general, that we are now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the very
best 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.
Blaetumlthlnir, Horse-Khoelnjr, and
General Jobbinif, IVeatly, (Quickly
and Cheaply Done.
nORSEUSHOEIXG A SPECIALTY.
Come and try us.
McKINNON A MILLER.
Aug. 13, 1875 :m3
A. C. VALLINC'S-
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Plttoek's Building Corner or
ana Front Streets.
WLAVK BOOKS RULED AVD BOUND
f to any desired pattern, Musio books,
ery variety of style known to the tccade.
Qfdecs feom the country promptly at
LaBocque, STir is Co,
Kp eonstantly on hand for sale Flour.
Middling. Sran and Chicken Feed. Parties
DurbasingfeeLmuet furnish thp aert
Croclcei-y, Scj., Sco
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
A LARGE LOT OF
DRESSED CEDAR AND FINISHING LUMBER,
Of various kinds, for sale in quantities to suit, at reasonable rates.
M H R C H A N D I S It.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
and all klndsof
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCF
J will sell as low as any houseln Oregon for
CASH OR ITS BQUIVALRNT
n Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
CASH 1 If A1VI.
CASn PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS
Give we call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1873.
'y-yE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
of Teachers, and others interested in music,
to the following works, as being the best of
their class :
A new Class-Book for Female Voices.
Price 59 Per Dozen. Sample copies, mail
ed, post-paid, on receipt of $1.
A Class-Rook for Children. Used in all
the principal Public Schools. Price S6
Per Dozen. Sample copies mailed, post
paid, on receipt of 60 cer ts.
The Most Popular School Slnffing.Book
eve published. Priofl 37 50 Per Dozen.
Sample copies mailed, post-paid, pe.
pejptqf 7$ cents,
J. L. PETERS,
848 BROAD WAT, IV. Y.
Aug. 6 rw6
5 10 $20 reDaIdre' TC'
Ifebly Q. 8TINSON 4 Co., Portland, Me
REVISED AND CORRECTED BY THE AUTHOR,
E. cle P. Ct'RTIS, M. D.&c, &c.
A Medical Essay on the causes and cure
of premature decline of man, showing how
health is lost, and how regained. It gives
a clear synopsis of the impediments to
marriage, the treatment of nervous and
physical debility, exhausted vitality, and
all other diweasfs apj ertainintr thereto;
the results of twenty years succtsslul prac
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
C'UKTIS OX "MANHOOD." There is no
member of society by whom this book will
not be found useivl, whether ho b parent
pro-eptor or clorcvmnn. Loudon Times.
CUltTIS ON "MANHOOD." This book
should be read by the young for instruc
tion, and by the afflicted lor relief; it will
injure no one. ilrxlical Times unit Gazette.
i'rlcv One loiiar, by mail or express.
Address the author, DR. CUltTIS. 5J0 Sut
ter street, or P. O. Dox 337, San Krnn Cisco,
Cal. o aug. 'Ju:ly isu:iin
Who are snfTerinp; from the efT'Tt of
youlhlul fo! lies or indiscretion, will do
well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon laid at the altarol stilft-rin?
humanity. UK. SI'lXXIiV will guar
antee to forfeit $ot)0 lor every rase of se
minal weakness, or private disease of
any kind or character which he under
takes and lails to cure. He would, there
fore, say tothe untortunwtesuiri-rer who
may read this notice, that y:ii aretreau
ini;iimn dangerous grouiii! wljen you
longer delay in seeking too t roper rem
edy for your complaint. You iii.i.v be in
me nrsi siae ; rememoor jc.i. ;.r- aji
proaching the last. If you are bordering
ujon tli last, and are suffering some or
nil of its ill effects, remember that if you
lersist in procrastination.thetime nnst
come when the most skilllul physician
can render you no assistance ; when the
door of ho will bo closed ag-tinst. you :
wlien no angel of mercy can bring'yoi;
relief. In no case has the Doctor fa ib-d
of success. Then let not despair work
upon your imagination, but avail your
self of the beneficial results of iiis t'nat
ment before your case, is beyond the'
roach of medical skill, or boiore grim
death hurries you to a premature grave.
Full course of treatment Ji5 XI. Send
money by Post office order or E.xpr-ss
with full desert) tion of case. Call or
address, lilt A, Ii, SIMXXKY,
No. 11 ICearny street, San Francisco.
s- ptHi :ly
Slain St., Oregon Cit.v.
MAMTACTIRER AXD IMPORTER flr
Sdl lery-II.i rd
wrc, etc., etc
HICII HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
7"1 wsrrant my goods as represented.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, lS73-m3.
The standard renu-uv lor CoiiIk, In
fliienz, Sore Throat, MThoopiw botifjh.
Croup Lxver Coqlai,U,-JironcMtis, BieeH
trv; of the Luius, and every affection of the
Ihroat, I.ungs and Chest, including Con
sumption. Wistur's nahnm of Wild Cherry does
not dry up a cough, but loosens it, cleanses
the I,ungs, and-allays irritation, thus re
moving Vie cause of the complaint. None
genuine unless signed I. Putts. Prepared
by Seth W. Fowler & Sons, lioston. Sold
by Reddington, Hostetter & Co.. San
b rancisco, and by dealers generally.
On the McKinzie Eiver. Lane Co., Oregon.
A CHARMING SIGUIER RESORT.
rrUIESE SPRINGS ARE LOCATED
JL about fifty-five miles eat of Eu-enc
t-ity, and within four mils of the colebmf
ed Itig Prairie of t he McKJnzii. ThI.vaVe'
wit hin a few hundred yards of Horse Crook
one ot the most famous trout streams in
Oregon. Deer and elk are very plenty near
ages of those animals. The grands n,l
most r icturesquo scenery of tV Nort h Pa
cific. I have the bst buildinc-s nn.V k
best accommodations of anv S, rin V in
this part of the State. My biuh hnufe i"
new. and is instructed with reference to
vaiiey. i also have an pxcellont vannr
bath room constructed noarth To hoadf
ttonhtafflid6 d6mand l0r an instit"
aAu7inTe"ienTd j5ly"1Slan ln """"dance
mi foV?nMB??rd a1d IxdKnff in good
Town Lots for 3a le.
r. ,Foua f Purchasing Town Ixts in
ih bounty addition to Oregon City, Clack;
bv rfinC,0L.l4n'y Vhat are now owned
ih. J timM county, that application for
the purchase will be received by the Clerk
i,0 1 '.T1 of th" runty Court, and acted
tiy tn? Court term time, and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
T , J. M. FRAZER.
Jan. 12 1875, County Olork.
HOW IS THE TlMiTiP
Si2 GO 3?E31 YE Alt
PAYABLE IX ADVANCE.
Each number contains tho
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC KEWs
From all Parts of the World ;
A CarSfully Selected Sumtnarj-of
STATE tAND TEHKITORIal
A Corrected List of the JIa, k((, ,M
Portland, S;:n Francisco sffidCriccn rity
LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
C)n all Subjects of Intercut to the
FARMER, MERCHANT CR MECI1LTIC
Also, Carefully Selected
In Short, it is in Every Respect a
TI3 SO KXTivESPIUSIi.
Having a lare and constantly ii'scrEsir,
Circulation in the most rTulou? pr,n of
the State, offers superior inducements to
those who wlsli to Advertise.
Advertisements Inserted on
n REASOXAIiLE TERMS.
and it is therefore a' good timo t0 sU!jS
i n order t hat you m ay ostod' on cur.-T.-events
gend in your sutscri tion at or.
EHTERPHiSE BOOK &M
OREGON CITY, : oliKGOX
VE AUK RREPARE1. TV EXK(
T all kituls !
. such as
Ii ILL- J IE ADS,
) " DI'h'DS.
in fact all kinds of work done a in Print:."?
OOico, at I
A EL KIN I)S OP
LEGAL OLAH ICS
constantly n hand, and for sale at as
as can oc had in tho State.
Orccon City, March 21, lS73-tf.
'AGENTS TOR JIIE EXTEKPEISE.
The followin": nrrsons nrc n ut horizfii tf
act as agents lor the Entekpkis-e :
Geo. P. Rowpll't Pn 40 r.nrk Kovr.
foe. Wethorill A Co.. fiT Chestnut street
Abbott &. Co., No. S2 and Si Nassau street
Portland.UrcKon E. Samufl
San Francisco I T f" i. jsi,. r
St. Helens. roli!ihi: rn.mt Y...7. '.S. A. Xti
Astoria, Clatsop county --A. Van lais-n
Salem e i,. Williams
Harrist.ur!' .J. J-m'-"
I a 1 ay et t .. V a m h i 1 1 c u n t y I rau son
Iallas,Polk county l ave Holmes
Eola...! I''- J orr
Jacksonville 15. K. Hap"
Renton county . A.
Corvallis ...Ilon. .loh n 1 urm
Canyon Citv.Grant co. W.
A 1 ba ny . Vr.n?
Dalles, Wasco county I; "T'
IaOrande, 1'nion county A . .' T-'
I'cnd leton , U m ati 1 la cou n t y s. . n";:
Eugene City,. E. E. Frist f:v
Roselr- Hon. 1 . 1 . La
Ijebanon J j " j". Halston
Jacksonville ...IIon. F. H.r '
Long Tom i'- 1JU 1 "
Reaver Creek '. ',
. .W'P U""
..J. John EfO'0
"".. W. H. Vauphan
X3"A'VIN- PURCIIAS- JJHTFkVi
JL JL d the above Brew-
ery wisnes io iniorm i n" .uum - i niial"
now prepared to manufacture a:No. 1 Q"
. . . . ..i.a flnni. u-
A. A V JiJC H JS Ji Ji,
an foodPan can he r,,tanoi anywhere :
the State. Orders solicited and promn
Canby J- 'Vin
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