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Wfi-JN7 CITV, OREGflW, DEC 10, IS7J.
-It is rumored in official circles at
Berlin that Count Von Arnira. ex
Prussian Minister to France, will bo
tried for treason.
irCarl Schurz contemplates making
2iew York City his future borne.
A man named "Wiley is said to be
champion checker player ofcthis
. The Rowing AssociaHon of Ameri
Cxn colleges, has resolved to chal
lenge the Oxford and Cambridge
clubs of England and the Trinity
club of Dublin to row a six-oared
race, without coxswains, at the Amer
o ican college regatta in 1S76.
A public fund is to be raised for
"Walt Whitman, the indigent "Homer
of the West."
President Grant lias been compel-
led to mortgage some of his property
in order to raise 10,000. 0
0 The receipts of the Fostoffiee De
partment exceed those of 1874, 11
31-100 per cent., and the expendi
tures, 21-100 per cent.
Five young American ladies have
lately received, honor certificates"
freeni the examiner of the University
of Oxford, Eng. 0 c, 6
O The ship Western Shore started
from San Francisco to Portland on
the same day that the OriHamme
Bailed, and beat her to Astoria by
two and a half hours.
The little steamer Marie Williams
lies submerged at Keeder's Landing,
The Pennsylvania 11 til road Com
pany has purchased the Philadel
phia Navy Yard. 0
The Atlanta was wrecked last week
on Destruction Island, south of Cape
Flattery, near trhero the Pacific
foundered. Two men were lost.
Captain Waddell, well known a3
commander of the rebel steamer
Shen indorJi, is to take charge of the
Pacific mail steamer
City of lan
The Denver Tribune oOico has been
Bold for 627,000
Oregon apples sell for 12 J cents a
pound in Silver city, Idaho.
Mav's addition to the town of Wes
ton, Umatilla county, was tiled for
record O -tober 1S75, containing
23 lots and 1 block not sndivided.
The whole number of legal voters
in La Grande is 02; number of fami
lies, 70; total population, 320. Num
ber of schools in progress, 2.
It is said that GommiaUior;er Iiur
dett of the Genoral land o2he, will
in his forthcoming report recommend
the abolition of the pre-emption sys
tem of acquiring title top iblic lands,
and the u lopfioti of tae homestead
plan as the only, way in which such
titles can be obtained.
Martin Falling, if this meets yanr
eye ;Y hires- t!.e Sa!era Jln-aoy, for
jaZ7 fiiily i getting anxious about
1 Ilooley's Comedy troupe, of 22
p-rrf-Tcier. will be ia Portland dur
ing the holida k.
The Commissioner of the Genoral
Ijand Office lately made this decision:
"An incorporated association of citi
zens owning separate and dititjet
interests in a placer mine may unite
their means and expend 6500, as re
quired; by law, at one place, and
afterward secure a patent from the
United States. Locators of mining
claims have exclusive right of pos
session of the surface embraced in
their claims and of the timber grow
ing ttiereon, in compliance with the
United States and local laws.
The Centennial Committee on open
ing ceremonies selected William M.
Evarts for orator; W. II. Lontifellow
for poet: and a grandson of ltiehard
II. Lee. of Virginia, reader of the
Declaration of Independence.
A handsome monument has been
shipped to Pendleton to be placed
over the remains of the late lion
George A. La Dow.
Winnemueca has one hundred
thousand pounds of freight belong
ing to Idaho City which cannot be
shipped on account of bad roads.
French experiments indicate that
iron rails of excellent quality show
in three years a wear of ().o:j: inches,
while steel rails show in four veers a
q wear of only 0',17 inches, the table
of the rail preserving a perfectly
Wooden rails have been snccss
fully tried on a railroad in Pennsyl
vania. Trains can be run over them
at the rate of sixteen miles an hour
with safety, and they will last from
three to four years.
For soldiers killed in the civil war,
eighty-tive thousand headstones have
alreadv beed completed in West Kut
The firmors in and around Minot,
Me., vrCl receive over 610,000 for
sweet corn which was furnished the
corn, factory in that town this fall.
Pennsylvania has eighty six towns
that end in 'burg." ' "
The bill orgmizihg the new conn
of Columbia oat of a part of Walla
Walla county, provides that the
three commissioners named in the
bill shall meet on tlu;'lirst Monday
in December, when they are "to call
an election for eountv1 officers. Not
. less than twenty days notice is to be
-given of the time" of holding the
election, and the officers chosen are
to qualify the lirst Monday in J.m
c liar v. o
The Walla Walla S.n.V
iu favor of Wiila Walla
annexation to Oregon.
The neve of Biker Citv is forever
destroyed: it has a brass band.
Polk county's coal mines are hav
ing a rest.
llr. Grant, of Polk countv boasts
of having raised a pumpkin w!;:ch
-measures 6 fet 2 inclies in circum
, i i.mon, 'i.
ference and weighs 10j pounds.
The New York Grapliic has sued
theNe v York Time for libel,
Some Iioise miners annonnca the
mica lede. at the head of the Weiser
The race tor the $30,000 purse, in
California, has been postponed until
Christmas day. All pools and bets
are declared off. Rutherford i3 the
favorite in California, and Spring
bok in New York.
All those who part their hair in
the middle, are not necessarily effem
inate, cowardly or weak Jelly, the
plucky survivor of the Pacific, "wore
his head " after this fashion.
The Government printing for 1S75
has cost over a . million and a half
There are only nine gold banks in
the world, and they are all in Cali
fornia. An unsuccessful attempt at mur
der and robbery was made -at the
Palace hotel on Friday afternoon.
"A, -New York paper says Oregon
beats the world lor salmon.
The net profits of the Boise City
fair and races were 1,510.
Mrs. Moult on has written another
letter in which she reiterates her
charges against Beecher.
.On account of the overstocked
markets, many of the Pennsylvania
collieries have stopped work. By
the middle of December, it is said
10,000 men will be out of employ
ment. On the. 3d inst. Marysviile had a
slight shock of earthquake.
Pension frauds to the amount of
1.000,000 have been unearthed at
Professor Proctor has been con
verted to Christianity.
The public debt was reduced 84,
000,015 in the month of October,
leaving the indebtedness of the na
The Grand Duke Alexis is in
Greece, and intends passing the win
ter at Athens.
On die, an increase in the tax on
beer, to meet part of the deficit of
the German budget.
The Khedive of Egypt has applied
to England to send hint two account
ants to balance up his books and set
his finances straight.
The court of inquiry, nt San Fran
cisco, which bad Mr. Pinney's af
fairs under investigation, has ascer
tained that he is a swindler to the
extent of 050,000.
A resident of Victoria occupying
an humble but respectable position
is said to have fallen heir to an es
tate in Scotland valued at .7,000,
000, The Los Angeles and Independ
ence Railroad has been formally
opened iu California.
The total force in the United
States Treasurer' soflico amounts to
30i3 persons, their salaries aggregat
One million bushels of peanuts
were eaten in the United States last
The long talked of railway tunnel
under the British Channel is the sub
ject of consideration again, and it is
reported that th preliminary work
will soon begin.
It is proposed to build a railroad
across t!i continent of Africa from
the -Red i5ea to the coast of Siberia.
There are between 20,000,000 and
30,000,000 inhabitants along the line
of the proposed road.
t?o,UUU,UuU worth ot cotton was
lost this year for want of picking.
35,000,000 feet of lumber have
been sent to market from Lock Ha
ven, Pa. during the year.
American leather and ribbons are
now exported to England.
The Comnfe de Paris work on the
American civil war has been receiv
ed in New York.
Congressman Luttrell left Califor
nia for Washington on the 2Gth ult.
The salaries of tlie fc'an Francisco
Custom House employees have been
cut down 15 per cent. An hour's
more work is placed on their shoul
Iligh water on the Santiam pre
vents travel between Albany and
Albany has neck-tie sociables. So
does Judge Lynch.
Great quantities of shade trees are
being planted in Butte county, Cal
Heavy rains and swollen, streams
are reported throughout California.
Khodo Island lias within its little
limits 2.38,2:)a inhabitants.
The Greeley daughters have re
turned to .New lork from Europe.
The Tlnssian harvest has failed.
lliat of Great Baitain is short. That
of the L mted States is large.
Gen Joe. Hooker is plunjjinj
around in the Hot Springs, Arkansas,
trying to shake off the paralysis
wincu naunts Ins limbs.
Thn finrratt married a Virginia
la iv lust year and is now teaching:
school at a village in Maryland,
auout twenty miles thence.
.business is brisk on the narrow
gauge railroad between Walla Walla
and Wallnla. There is an average
ot passengers and 100 tons of
freight passing each day.
1 he total loss to the Government
ly frauds during the last ten months
is estimated at S1.0"!).000. There
have boon seized 21 distilleries, 37
rectifyirg ho-.es and 50 TJ. S.
gangers ami store keepers have been
found engaged iu the crooked busi
ness. The Corvallis Gazette, speakin of
subscriptions to the Willamette val
ley and Coast railroad, says the
matter stands thus: Upon the new
books there are $00,000; "upon the
old books, not resigned, about 823,
0:X). This amount, as we vmW-
! stand, is bona tide cash subscriptions,
lH)ul eiy avaiiDie.
A letter from Grant county to the
Jl)iit tute-,- savs: "Tii nuartz in
t crests of this county are assuming
an enviable position among tha
class of mines on this continent.
- i . n , . , ,
i -An 0l vnxn named Win dock,
f c- i u
living near Silverton, has got re-
ligion" so badly tht he refuses to
pay his taxes.
The freshets have filled the Snoho-o
mish, Skyskomisb and Snoqnelmie
i rivers with millions of dead salmon
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Cornier of Front i Oak tn., Portland
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Mer
chandise and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. RICHARDSON,
J. P. DAVIES. JOSHUA DA VIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
FIKE-FROOF STONE Bl'ILUIXG,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advances Made oil Consiinnicnts.
July 21, 1871 :ly
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST
FALL AND WINTER 60CDS
cvr Imported to Oregon City, which he
otfrs at greatly reduced prices. My stock
Has gbeen largely increased and I can
show as handsome a lino of ready-made
goods in Men and 1 'Soys' Business and
Dress Suits. Coats, etc.," as can be found
in tho country, and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a splendid assortment of all
the leading styles and fashionable shades
Km press Clotli,
Mohairs, French anil
American lress Goodi
Urilli;i tj( i ue,
JP Hi A ISflN" E E S ,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Bleached and Unbleached Cotton
Ladies' and Ssnts1 Under warp,
Shawl and Scurfs,
Travel! nir Snf rltel,
llaf a nl t's s.
Oil l..lii f"r
Floor ami Table.
BOOTS and SS-3QES,
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and Roys' San Francisco
Roots, which I haye sold for a number of
years past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FACING UTENSILS:
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Low Prices. Also,
L1YERF00L.A3D CIO IX ISLAM) SALT.
Highest Trice aid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I.dhall pay the highest cash
price. I. SELLING.
Oregon City, Sept. 3D 1S75. tf
rOTTIA) INFORM TITK CITIZENS OF
)revin fit ninl vi-iniK' flint, lie is
prepared to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CEDAR LUP4BEIW
Of every description, nt low rates.
Dry Flooring1, C eiling, Hustle,
Spruce, (for shelving), Lattice,
Pi cite ts, nn d Fence-Posts, Cedar,
Constantly on hand.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at ns low a rates as
it can be purchased m the .State.
uive me a call at the
OREGOX CITY SA W MILLS.
Oregon City, June 10, ISTo :tf
YOU CAN'T AJTIOnD
TO BE WITHOUT IT !
4 MONTIIIA" irXI'STRAIED PAPER
l. iublishdat Portland. Some of the
ablest writers in th" si ifr eontribute to its
colums. Tue West iioke is
THE G?!LY ILLUSTRATED PAPER
in (Oregon, and eont:uns in each isne
bsids articles of O-neral Lit rat ur ; a
d 'S'-rintioii of som vtri Ion or the State or
Was limrfon T'-rritorv. A full lis' ot larm
ing lands to b-t or lor sale. Has an
lllustrati'tl Korlk'UiinrnI Drprtmmt,
And other valuable information not to be
found in anv othr pa-- r on the ooat.
A copy of it s?nt to friends abroad, will
giv them a better idea of the Pueihc
Northwest than anvofhT publication.
s.-nt jmstage paid for on" year on receipt
oi ft oil; sinl3 eonies, :) cMit-. AMMr-'ss
s?pt!6:w6 Portland, tir -gon
s. UndOetivk, Oa.ws Cmr,
I V ed at this fn..-- b- r Ka
' ?ra,n?t -'n McMii : ; i f.r abandoning
his J lomn.":'l Kr.'r -. Vn. (VN laf -.1
ov. pit h, is?l, uvki 1 1, v. H of X. E.
ana k. m or the X. V. -,. section 4.tow:i-
snip 5 north, rang" i wst, in Clatsop
f" w-Kon, wit a a v;ew to the cancel
lauon oi said enirv: tn- said parties ar?
hereby summoned- ao 'ar at thisoinc
"nine inn dav of I --. ir lr ls-r. at lit
10 ciock a. X.. to respond and furnish tsti
j monv concernlns saii ,,iri abandon
OWEN WADE, Rmter.
" J. R. HARKISON. Jieceiver.
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 Pence is Better than a Slow
I have Just returned from San FrancUco,
where I purchased one of the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OJF GOODS
ever before offered in this city ; and consists
In part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
riatedware, " Glassware,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Tatcnt Medicines, Goods, Fancy X
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
21 O T COMPLETE
ever offered in this market, and wasseleted
witli especial care for the Oregon City trade.
All of which I now olfer for sale at the
Lowest Twlarket Rates.
No use for the Indies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods for
I am Drtcrminetl to Sell Chntp and not to
allow myself to bo
UNDERSOLD I.V 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 re
quirements of t he trade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless for me to tell you all the
advant ages I can ofT.-r you in t he sale of
goods, as every s'ore that advertises docs
that, and probably y-u have been disap
pointed. All 1 wish to say is
Coiup, and Srr.simt Exuniins for Yourselves
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
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
I.enl Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. TIK )S. CHAItMAN.
0-53,000 lbs wool wanted hv
THUS. CHARM AN.
J. P. WAItD. OEOROE A. HARDING.
WARD & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
general assortment of
Drugs and Clieniicals,
Slioulder Rraces Fancy mid
Kerosene OH, Lamp riilmneya,
CIusm, rutty, Puintii, Oils,
A'artiUhfitaml Dye Mutts,
pike mm A.D Liai'ORS FOIL .me
PATENT 3IEDICIXES, ETC.
rF"Physicians Preseriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an-
K'Open at all hours of the night.
BjTAU accounts must !j paid monthly,
uovtitf WARD & HARDING."
STATE BOARD OF HVSiVSIGaATION.
IORTHE PURPOSE OF AFFORDING
. information to Immigrants and in
tend Emigrants to Oregon, now in foreign
cou nt ries anu sistfr Mates, and lor circu
lating such information abroad by this
Poard, ad ersons In this State having
Farms and Lands for Sale or Rent, or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will please for
ward to this Hoard ax soon as possible de
tailed descriptions of their Farms and
Iands, Iioeation, Price and Terms of Sale,
or conditions of renting; and all persons
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or other
Laborers, wi'l please communicate direct
wit h t his Hoard.
Py Instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. WILLIAM I! EH).
5l'eblm A State Com'r of Immigration.
JOIIN H. MILI.EK.
VAG9N AND CARRIAGE
.12 A IS IT FACTORY !
f run jn u it r-. l u v 13 'My
-Shop recntly occupied by the i.
latf livid i-iiriifn. eorner of "
Main and Third street. Oregon City, take
this ni'-thotl of informing the public in
general, that we are now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the very
host of Mechanics, to build anew, reeon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete, any sort of a vehicle from a
common cart to a Concord Coach.
l.iarkmitif liinir, Ilorse-Shoein-; and
Uenerul .Jobbinir, Neatly, Q.uicUly
antl Client ily Done.
IIORSE-SIIOEIXG "A SPECIALTY.
Come and trv us.
McKINNON A MILLER.
Aug. 13, lS75:rn3 -
A- G. WALLIHC'S
P19HEER BOOK BINDERY.
I'ittocli'i IJHildins- Comer of Start
and Front Streets.
fLAXK r.OOTCS KtTT.HD ANT) HOUND
Ma;nzin"s, Newsp.ip-TS, etc., bound in ev
ery variety of sr e Known to the trrade.
Orders from the cuntry pnmptly at
IMPERIAL Til I LLS,
LaRocque, Savier fc Co,
K'on ronstantlv on hand for snln T"l-n
Iiddlinffs,3ran and Chicken Feed. Parties
purcnasing reed must rurnish the sack.
OHAS. II. O-TJJTIELD0,
Crockery, &c, &c
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.
MBRVll AND I SB.
Books and Stationery.
Iwlllpfty the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE
I will soli as low as any house In Oregon for
CASH OR ITS SQ V IV ALB XT
n Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling rery low for
CASH- I3V HAND.
CASH PAID FOR COUSTY ORDERS
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21, 1873.
WE WOULD CALL TOE 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 9 Per Dozen. Sample copies, mail
ed, post-paid, on receipt of $1.
A Class-Book for Children. Used In all
the principal Public Schools. Price SO
Per Dozen. Sample copies mailed, post,
paid, on receipt of 60 certs.
Tho Most Popular School Singlng-Book
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
G. STINSON & Co., Portland. Me
REVISED AND CORRECTED BY THE AUTHOR,
E. tie F. CUIITIS, M. I., &c, ofce.
A Medical Essay on the causes and cure
of premature decline of man, showing how
healt h 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 diseases appertaining- thereto;
the results of twenty years successful xrac
tice. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
CURTIS ON "MANHOOD." There is no
member of society by whom this book will
not be found useivl, whether he be parent
preceptor or clcrgvman. London Times.
CUHTIS ON "MANHOOD." This book
should be read by the young for instruc
tion, and by the alllicted lor relief; it will
injure no one. Mtxticaf Timex and G'azette.
Price One Hollar, by mail or express.
Address the author, DK. CURTIS, 520 Sut
ter street, or P. O. Hox 337, San Krancisco,
Cat. aug. 'St dyisd:im
are suffering from the cfTet of
yout hful follies or indiscretion, will do
well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon laid at the altar of sulfering
humanity. 1K. SPlXMiY will guar
antee to forfeit $."!M) for every case of se
minal weakness, or private disease of
any kind or character which he under
takes and fails to cure. He v on Id, 1 here
fore, say to the unfortunate suircrer who
may read this notice, that you arefread
ing'vipon dangerous ground when you
longer delay in seeking the I roper rem
edy for your complaint. You may be in
the first stage ; remember you art? ap
proaching the last. If you are bordering
upon the last, and are "suffering some or
all of its ill effects, remember t hat if you
lersi.st in procrast inat ion, the time must
come when the most skilllul physician
can renderyou no assistance; when the
door of hope will be closed against j on :
when no angel of mercy can bring you
relief. In no ease has the Doctor failed
of success. Then let not. despair work
upon your imagination, lait avail your
self of the beneficial results of his treat
ment before your case is beyond the
reach of medical skill, or belore grim
death hurries j on to a pr -mature grave.
Full course of treatment j?2o 00. Send
money by Postotlice order or Express
with full description ofca.se. Call or
address, IK A, 15, Sl'l.VXEY,
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco.
sept 1(5 :ly o
JOHN S C H R A Ftfi ,
3Iain St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF
1IIC1I HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
t7"l warrant my goods as represented.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, LS73-m3.
The standard remedy for ( onghs I"
fluenz, Sore Throat, mioojHnrr Oourjh,
Croup, Liver Complaint, Ilronebitix, Bleed
ino of the Lung it, and every affection of the
Throat, Lungs and Chest, including Con
sumption. IVistur'g Kalsnin of Wild Cherry does
not dry up a cough, but loosens it, cleanses
the Lungs, and allays irritation, thus re
moving the cauxe of the complaint. None
genuine unless signed I. Butts. Prepared
by Skth V. FWier & Sons, Boston. Sold
by Heddingtox, Hostetteh & Co., Sun
Francisco, and by dealers generally.
BETHESDA SPRINGS !
On the McZinzie Eiver. Lane Co., Oregon.
A CHARMING SUMMER RESORT.
rrWESE SPRINGS ARE LOCATED
jl Room nitv-nve miles east, of Eugene
eel Big Prairie of the MeJvinzie. They are
w ii iim a lew nunureu yards ot ilorse Creek
one of the most famous trout streams in
Oregon. Deer and elk are very plenty near
these springs, having been the resort for
ages or these animals. Tho grandest and
most picturesque scenery of the North Pa
cific. I have the bert buildings and the
bp.st accommodations of anv Snrines Vn
this part of the State. My bath'houw is
new, and is constructed with reference to
the wants of those visiting me from the
ya ley. I also have an excellent vapor
?hWidf demand ulr an -
aA7ieHmerienf-Pd vsi5I;ln In attendance
Pastured for xlt
may 6 if A.N.FOLEY.
Town Lots for Sale.
VOTirElsr.IVEXTO ALL PERSONS
therrrirt,,,sr j?uronasin- xwn m
the County addition to On gon itv Clack-
Oregon, that are now own-d
Tho ,amas ,l,,ntv' tm,t application for
the purchase will be received by the Clerk
J:Ciati.0J1 ffthf bounty Court, and acted
nr,!LVy th.V ?urt in t, rm tira?. and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
Tnn ,o,c-K J. M.FRAZER,
Jan. 12 1875. County Clerk.
HOW IS THE TIKE TO
o S3 0 PEIl YEAH,
PAYABLE IX ADVANCE.
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LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
On all Subjects of Interest to th
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ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OREGON CITY, : OREGON.
WE ARE PHEPAF.EU TO EXECUTE
VT s(1 kinds of
LETTER- HE A D S
in fact all kinds of work done a in Printiner
ALL KIX I) S OP
constantly on hand, and for sale at as n
a price as can be had in the State.
A X D
Oreson City, March 21, lV:3-tf.
A GEMS FOR THE EMERrCISE.
The following persons are authoriiedto
act a agents for the Eterpkise :
Oeo. P. Uowell &. Co., 40 Park Kow, "tw
5 Coe, Wetherill & Co., C07 Chestnut street
Abbott & Co., No.S2 and Si Nassau stret
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Portia n d, Oregon
t Thos7 Poyce
II.. P. Fisher
S. A. !i!fS
A 'nn Uusf n
St. Helens, Columbia eounty
-Astoria, Clatsop county....
I .al ay et t e," a m h i 1 1 cou nt
lallas, Polk count j-
Jackson vl lie. .r.
J. If. Smith
J. I j. Ferguson
"... I. K. Ilnnna
Hon.. loh n IUirnett
W. P. I.aswf 11
A X Arnold
Canyon City, Grant co
Da lies,- Wasco county,....
IjaGranile. rninn rtint
A. C. Crai;
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-c j K. I-. Pristow
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Jacksonville Hon. F. I. Fondray
IxngTom II. C. Huston
I J . It. l.illM""
C. F. Featio
Eagle Cn-ek Frank .J0e
Harding's Capt. Z. C. orton
Iwer Molalla . Moreland
Milwaukie John Ha?enbrqer
Oswego J.Jobn Foole
Upper Molalla W. H. a?ban
OREGON CITY cBREVVERY-
prv wishes to inform th public that ne i
now prepared to manufacture a No. 1 qual
L AG E 11 BEER,
as good as can be obtained anywhere to
the State. Orders solicited and proror1