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nsEGJ CITF, OREGON, J.1X. U, 1S7C.
"Washington, Jan. o. Senate was
opened with prayer by Ilev. James
Cross, of Illinois. 0
Conkling presented a petition ask
ing an amendment to the Constitu
tion, to prohibit the appropriation
of money for any religious sect. Re
ferred to JudiciaryCommitteo.
Morrill of Vermont introduced a
bill to further provide for the re
demption, of United fitates notes in
accordance withSxisting laws. Or
dered to be printed and laid on the
Mitchell of Oresron 7iresented a
memorial from the Fortland Board !
of. Trade, for an appropriation for
- tha construction of a, canal around
the Cascades of the Columbia river.
Sargent introduced a bill to grant
a right of Vay for railroad purposes
fhrongli the U.S. arsenal grounds at
Benici.-v, Cal. Referred to Committee
I, on Military Affairs.
Mitchell introduced a bill extend
ing the time for tho completion of
tho Oregon Central Railroad and tel
egraph lino, from Portland to Astoria
and McMinnvillo. Referred to Com
mittee on Railroads; also a bill for
further improvement of the AVillam-
""ette river, in Oregon. Referred to
Committee on Commerce; also a bill
to provide for tho construction of a
military telegraph line of row Fort
Canby and Cape Disappointment,
V. T., via Fort Stevens and Astoria,
to Portland, Oregon. Referred to
Committee on Military Affairs; also
' a bill providing for the removal of
- the Walla Walla, Cayuse and Uma
tilla tribes and bands of Indians on
permanent reservation, in order to
,.ppen to settlement tiie Umatilla res-
&orratiCHi. Referred to Committee on
P.ootly of California introduced a
bill in relation to fruit brandy, to
punish frauds regarding tho same.
Referred to Committee on Finances.
" Sargent off California introduced a
bill for the relief of Louis Rose and
cother persons claiming title to lands
uithin the lines of the military res
ervation at San Diego, Cal. Referred
to Committee on Public Lands.
Kelly of Oregon introduced a bill
to provide for the removal of the
Walla Walla, Cayuse and Umatilla
Indians from the Umatilla reserva
tion, in Oregon, and for the sale of
their lands. Referred to Committee
on Indian Affairs. "
' Harvey introduced a bill to pro
vide for an investigation into the
habits of the Rocky mountain locusts,
or so-called grasshoppers. It directs
' tho Commissioners of Agriculture to
appoint three commissioners to make
the investigation, ar.d report tho best
method of preventing the incursions
of said locusts into fertile States and
Tho Chair presented various me
morials of citizens of Michigan in
favor of a law giving $'2')0 bounty to
each Union soldier and sailor, in
.-vtliou uf a homestead donation without
actnal settlement; for an amendment
to the pension laws as to grant pen
sions to the sold i; ra of tho war of
1812, who served flvo days and were
liouorajbly discharged; and that the
homestead law be amended so that
' soldiers and bailors who, by loss of a
limb or an Oquivalant disability, are
. prevented from making settlement,
. shall bo entitled to amount of land
equal to that they would have ob
tained with settlement. All of which
A resolution was introduced by
O'Brien, directing tho committee on
naval affairs to investigate the dis
bursements for the support of the
marine t orps, ami to inquire into the
v expediency of abolishing such corps,
or of transferring it to the army.
Adopted. Also a resolution calling
on the Secretary of tho Xavy for in
formation a3 to whether any oilicer
of the navy or marine corps over the
ago of (i'2 years was still retailed on
C the activorjist; ifso, why he has not
been retired. Adopted.
By Goode, whether any part of the
" money appropriated for the construc
tion of tho eight steam vessels of
war, authorized by act of February
10th, 1ST;), has been misapplied for
- , political purposes or, used in any
manner to promote the success of
tho Republicau party; and especially
whether any moneychas been paid to
incompetent persons, possessing no
mechanical skill, who have been em
ployed in navy yards on the condi
tion, expressed or implied, that he
would vote for tho nominees of the
After changing the word Republi
can to political, adoptad.
By Monroe, to protect the personal
c rights of the inmates of the insane
asylums; also instructing tho com-
niittee on education and labor, to
' t inquire into the expediency of mak
ing a moderate appropriation for
States which have established, or
will establish, a permanent system of
public schools for tho education of
their youth. Adopted.
By Harris, of Virginia, to restore
to tho pension rolls all persons
stricken off for disloyalty.
By Millikeu, authorizing tobacco
producers to sell tobacco retail in
By White, that all pensions on ac
count of death or wounds or disease
contracted in the service since
1 March, lul, shall commence from
tho date of death or discharge; also
to economize on the collection of the
.whisky tax in remote, out-of-the-way
localities; also to insure the success
of the international exhibition at
Philadelphia to maintain the honor
of tho nation; also to pay soldiers
and sailors who are entitled to boun
ty lauds 1 per acre for those lands.
Morrison offered a resolution di
recting tho several committees in
charge of matters pertaining to In
dian, military, naval affairs, post
office, public lands, public buildings
and grounds, claims and war claims,
-. to inquire into any abuses and
frauds in tho administration and
. 'executions of laws affect in those
brauches of public services(with the
view to ascertain whether cSV.nes
- Lawrence oflercl a resolution,
which was adopted, iniiring the
judiciary committee to report a law
to compel the Pacific IJailway Com-
panies to inclemnif v tbe Government
1 for tho interest advanced on the
' subsidy bonds issued to the coin-
pames. lho object of the resolution
is to save the Government from a
loss of $200,000,000.
The Age of a Horse.
Perhaps the following directions
which are going the rounds of the
press, go rather more into detail
than, is necessary for general use,
but they are in the main correct.
Even the most experienced experts,
if they are honest, profess only to
fix a horse's age approximately. The
following rules must therefore be
taken with due allowance for varia
tion in individuals:
The colt is born with twelve grind
ers. When four front teeth have
made their appearance, the colt is
twelve days old; and when the next
four come forth, it is four weeks old.
When the corn teeth appear, the
colt is eight months old, and when
the latter have attained the height
of the front teeth, it is one year old.
The two years' colt has the kernel j
the dark substance in the middle
of the tooth's crown ground out of
all the tenth. 0
In the third year the middle front
teeth are being shifted, and when
three years old, these are snbstitiated
for the horse teeth. The next four
teeth are shifted into tho fourth
year, and the corner teeth in the
At six years the kernel is worn
out of the middle front teeth, and
the bridle teeth have attained their
At seven years a hook has been
formed on the corner teeth of the
upper jaw; the kernel of the teeth
next to tho middle fronts is worn
out, and the bridle teeth begin to
At eight years of age the kernel is
worn out of all the lower front teeth
and begins to decrease in the middle
In the ninth year the kernel has
wholly disappeared from the upper
middle front teeth, the hook on the
corner teeth has increased in size as
the bridle teeth lose their points.
In tho tenth year the kernel-has
worn out of the teethouext to the
middle fronts of the upper jaw;
and in the eleventh year the kernel
has entirely vanished from the cor
ner teeth of the same jaw.
At twelve years old the crowns of
all the front teeth in the lower jaw
have become triangular, and the bri
dle teeth are much worn down.
As the horse advances in age, the
gums shrink away from the teeth,
which consequently receive a long,
narrow appearance, ana ttieir Ker
nels have metamorphorsed into a
darkish jtoint, and numerous gray
hairs appear in the forehead.
Cotton Cnods in
the I'.n r-
We have no desire to discourage
our protectionist friends who have
been so exultant over the reported
exportation of American cotton goods
to Rnjtland, and who have been
prompt tointerpret it as a " vindiea
Hon" of tho American protective
system. Yet it may be woith their
attention to observe that the statis
ticsjnst published of tho exports
from Great Britain for the United
States for tho last ten months show
aye-increasa of cotton goods from
Go, 5 10,980 -' yards during the ten
months of 174, to 71.20,100 yards
for the same ten months of 1873.
The "invasion" of the British
market by American cotton goods
simultaneously with increased sales
cf British cotton goods in American
markets is a commercial incongruity
which it is to be hoped that the pro
tectionists can explain consistently
with the theory that any permanent
"invasion" has begun. Ex. 0
Cheap Soap.' The following is
said to be nn excellent receipt tor
making hard soap, which is said to
be excellent and economical: Near
ly every family accumulates during
winter, drippings from beef and
mutton. These can bo utilized for
the greaso by boiling in water, al
lowing it to got cool, then removing
from the water and boiling till all
the water is expelled. Take six
pounds of soda, six pounds of grease,
three and a half pounds new stone
lime, four gallons' soft water and
half a pound of borax. Put soda,
lime und water into an iron boiler;
boil till all is dissolved. When
well settled, pour off tho clear lye,
wash out the kettle and put in the
clear lye, grease and borax; boil till
it comes to soap, pour in a tub to
cool, and when sufficiently hard, cut
into bars and put on boards to dry.
The danger' arising from the em
ployment of leaden pipes would ap
pear to be far smaller than that re
sulting from the use of shot in clean
ing out bottles. 31. Fordos states
that having shaken up shot in bot
tles in the ordinary way, ho tilled
four of them respectively with red
wine, white wine, quinine wine, and
vinegar. After allowing the liquids
to remain in the bottles undisturbed
for a few days, ho discovered lead in
solution; and these experiments
may serve, lie thinks, to explain the
frequent presence of lead in the hu
man system a phenomenon which
has given rise to various theories,
but which being so general, has
been considered by Devergie, Orfia.
and other eminent physiologists and
chemists, a normal constituent.
A down-country farmer who
in half an acre with turnip
summer says they didn't bring
a cent. He should trv minus
time. They always bring a scent.
Mr. Astor's death doesn't seem to
make muc i diUerence to most of us
v .iic uob i-iiuiug on any more
coupons than usual, and ten cents a
pint for peanuts comes just as hard
as it ever am. urookly Anus.
The net emigration into the United
States for the ten years endin1 Juno
30, 1-S75, was ;i,:iGS,ti:27.
The grain crop of Texas this year
amounts to about !S,0i)0,OiK).
Town Lots for Sale.
"V-OTIPF. IS GIVEN TO AM, PERSON
- desirous ,i purchasing Town Eots in
(he ounty addition to Oregon Citv Cpek
itmas county Oregon, U4 it are now owned
by Clackamas comity. That ap'Ufaf'vi for
the purchase win 1. r. eivH; ov the Clerk
In vacation ot Ue ou:ay Court", and acted
unon by tbe Court in term time, and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
T , (j M- PRAZER,
, Jan. 12 In 5, o County Clerk.
GEORGE A. HAEDISQ.
general assortment of
Dimijlh and Cliemicals,
Comb: und f- Urusliea,,
SUoulder Urat es 1'ancy nml
Kerosene Oil, Lump Chimneys
Ulas, Putty, Paints Oils,
VuniisUe 8 and Dye Stuffs,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR 31 E
DICIN1L IT K POSES.
PATE XT MEDICINES, ETC.
feTliysicians Proscriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
swered. COpori at all hours of the night.
bVAU accounts must "e paid monthly.
novMf WARD fc HARDING.
THOMAS CHARM AN
ESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Ori'L'on City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Nimble Six J'cnce is Retler than a Slow
I have just returned from Ban Francisco,
whore I purchased one of the
LARGEST AKD BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
ever before offered in this city ; and consists
in part, as toliows :
Roots and Shoosp
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
PI a tc d w a r e , G 1 a s s w a re ,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Indies and
Pat'-nt Medicines, Goods, Fancy N
tions of Every
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc
Of the Rlove list, 1 can say my stock is the
MOST CO ?I P L. E T K
ever oiT. reil in this market, and was solet'-d
wit 1: especial care for the Oregon City trade.
All of which I now oif; r for sale at the
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods tor
I am Determined to Sell, Cheap and not to
allow myself to bo
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE (IF OREGC.W
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay.
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
ia Oregon Lily puaiii.'S mr 10 Know I lie re
quirements 01 the trad", come one and all
and see lor yourselves that the old stand of
annot be beaten in quality or price. It
would bo useless for me to tell you all the
advantages J can olfer you in the sale of
Koods, as every store that advertises does
that., and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
('0111?, ami Srr,nml Examine for Yourselves
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tel! all my old friends now
that 1 am still alive, and desirous to sell
roods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
is agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
il patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
Iegal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. TJIOS. CHAKMAN.
"50,000 lbs wool wanted by
THE CITIZENS Ol-
IT Oregon City and vicinity that he is
pr?pared to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CEDAR LUMBERi
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooring, Oiling', Ituslio,
Spruce, (for shelving), I-iutiico,
Pickets, ami Fenee-Post, Cedar,
Coitstilnlly on 'Did.
Street, and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at as low a rates as
it can be purchased in tne rrtatc.
Oive me a, call at tne
OIIM.OX UITV SAW MILLS.
Oregon City, June It), 1S73 :tf
LIVERY, FEED, AHD SALE
rnilE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
I n,n i.iv-nrv-stnl.ieon Fifth street.Oregon
City, Oregon," keeps constantly on hand
and Hatks. Saddle
a itl Huggy Horses.
rri c e s Tl e ;i.so 1 1 a bl e .
Oregon Cit y, Nov. 5, 1VT5. Proprietor.
On the McK'nzie Hive r. Lane Co., Oregon,
A CHARMING SIMMER RESORT.
npiIEKE SPRINGS ARE LOCATED
1 about fiftv-nvc miis east of Eugene
City, and within four nids of the cole brat
ed Hi!r Prairie of the. Melvlnzi". They are
within a few hundred vards of Horse Creek
one of the most famous trout streams in
r"gon. Pee and elk -r very plenty near
thi-s' sprinir. linvin
en t tie resort lor
as of th animals.
mot pie uresqij seen r
eil'e. I have t'"!" bes: '
hst areoiiunod t :.- !'
this pan. of the State,
new, and is construe !
thf wants vf those i
valley. I also liuv
bath room const ru '
the Spring, and in i '.: '
kep un with the dc..! - e
tion of this kind.
An experieueed phi .
at all times. Board an,:
ie grainiest, nnii
of the North Pa
lil ling5 nel the
r:;iy S; ri.i;rs in
y bath house is
Vith reference to
l;ig me from the
inr the hejfl of
! igs, I pro .ose to
'. for an institu-
t n in attendance
fiOdglng in gotxl
style for those who prefer it. Animals can
be pastured for small cost , and e perfect
ly safe. . A. N. FOLEY,
COURTESY OF BANCROFT
J. P. WARD.
GLUMES OF VI US I C
Among the many thousands of Hallads
and Piano Pieces that we publish, there
are some that are noted for their great
beauty and lasting qualities. We have
made a careful selection of these pieces
and ofTer them in book form, as follows :
Mot her Goose Melortles. Reautlfully il
lustrated. (Ask for Novello's Edition, or
vou will get a cheap photograph copy.
$1 9) in boards; full gilt, ?2 IX)
SliininiT T.irlitH. A collection of Sacred
Songs. ?1 75 in boards; cloth and gilt,
Golden Iienves. Vols. 1. and II. A col
lection of Songs and Choruses, by V. S.
Havs. Each vol, $1 75 in boards; cloth
and gilt, 52 50.
Hen rtU nml Home, Sweet Sounds and
Ki reside Echoes. Three vols, of Choice
Home Songs, by Hays, Danks, etc. Each
vol. 51 75 in boards ; cloth and gilt,$2 50.
Priceless Gems. A fine collection of Songs
bv Wallace, Thomas, Keller, etc. $1 76
in boards ;cloth and gilt, ?2 50. o
Peters' Honselold Melodies. Vol. I.
Containing all the latest anl best songs
bv Hays, Danks, Thomas, Stewart.tabout
1(H) songs). $8 in boards ; cloth and gilt,
Tle Opera' at Home. A collection of
Standard Opera Songs, selected from over
25 Oieras. $3 in boards ; Cloth and gilt,
German Vulkslieiler .IUmiiii. 40 songs,
with Eng. and Ger. text. $2 ot).
Mendlessolm's 7 Sors. Elegent folio
edition. Full gilt, ?S of.
The same for a deep voice, in 2 vols. 8vo,
each, 52 50 in paper; cloth, $;J 50.
Sell urn:! un's Vocal .1IIiin. .TO songs,
witli En r. and Ger. text. 2 5) in paper;
full gilt, "3 50.
Sfiitlirlt of Snug. A collection of Sacred
and Moral Songs, beautifully illustrated
by the Pros. Dalzicl. Full gilt, $1.
Fairy Fingers, Ierl Drops, , JIatric
Cirrleand Vutnr Piunist. Four col
lections of, easy Piano Music for young
players, most of the pieces lx-ing without
octaves. Each vol.fl 75 in boards; cloth
and gilt, $2 50.
3Ins;-al iteereations. A collection of
DatiC" Music, ft 75 in boards ; cloth and
gilt, ?2 50.
Gol.leis Cliiines. A choice collection of
Parlor Music, bv Ch. Kinkle. $1 75 in
boards; cloth and gilt, S2 50.
Urilliaiit Gems. Containing music of
medium diiliculty, by Wyman, Kinkle,
etc. $1 75 in boards; cloth and gilt, S2 50.
Slranss' AValtxes, Vols. I. & II. Ask
for Peters' Edition, the only complete
copy giving the full waltzes as played by
Thomas' Orchestra. S3 in boards; cloth,
Pe:rls of Melody.
and Parlor Music.
A collect ion of Dance
in boards ; full gilt,
Peters' Parlor Music, Vol. I. Our laiest
and best. Piano Music of moderate ditli
culty. J. in boards ; full gilt, ?1.
l.:t C'remede Isi t'reme. Vols. I. nnd II.
A collection of choice Piano Music, by
Thalberg, I.iszt, Heller, etc. This is de
cidedly the best, collection of bound
music in tne market., iacu, ?-5 in boards;
lull gilt, fl.
Ilretuoicit's Son:i(as. Svo, full gilt, SJ.
folio, " - $10.
Chopin's Waltzes, $1 ro : Polonaises, $2;
Nocturnes, ?2; Ilallads, Preludes,
$2 5u; Sonatas, ?2 50. All in stiir paiK-r
Meiidelsso.iii'MComplele Pia no Works.
Elegant folio edition, full gilt, in t vols.,
each, $t f'.); Svo edition, full gilt, -1 vols.,
each, 50 ; Svo edition, paper covers, 4
vols., each, $2 50.
Mo.urCs Sonatas. Full gilt, $3 50.
Welev'a Pia no Works. Full Kilt. Si 1.
Mailed, post-paid, on receipt of price.
J. L. PETERS,
813BHO.VDyY, - V.
Dec. 21 :v0
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE EARUEST
FALL AND WRITER GOODS
ever Imported to Oregon City, which he
otf 'rs at greatly reduced prices. My stock
Has Sheen largely increased and I can
show as handsome a line of ready-made
(roods in Men and Boys Business and
Dress Suits, Coats, etc., as can be found
in the 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 shadea
.Mohnirw, Krfiicli and
American Dre jioofls
IP L A ISJJ" E E S ,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Pleached and Unbleaciiea motion
Ladies' mid Gents' I'nderwarp,
S!in 1a ii ii1 Scarfs, f
Ilatsniifl C'a h,
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 k FARMING UTEF3SSLS.
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Ixjw Trices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AND CARM AN ISLAND SALT
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
Cots ia iProdiice.
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted
I shall pay
the highest cash
Oregon City, Sept
30 1.S75. tf
STILL IN THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in the
city. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
In t he city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce.
Oreaoii City, March 23, 1873.
CH.A.S. EE. O
Crocker y, Scc, Sec
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
A LARGE LOT OF
o DRESSED CEDAR AND FINISHING LU3IBEK,
Of various kinds, for sale in quantities to suit, at reasonable rates.
M S R CH A Jf D IS.
HARD Ar ARE,
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
lOiit tor, "SHg-g-p,
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE
1 will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
CASH OR ITS RQVIVALRNT
n Good Merchantable Produce.
I am Belling yery low for
CISn PAID FOE COUNT! ORDERS.
Give roe a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1873.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Cornier of Front & Oulc sts., Portland
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Mcr
chandise and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. KlCHAItDSON,
J. P. DAVIES. JOSHUA DA VIES.
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
COMMISSI ON MERCHANTS,
FIRE.PRQOF STONE BUILDING,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advances Made on Consignments.
July 2i, 1871 :ly
A. G. WALLIEMC'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Pittock's Iliiildii-tr Cnriier of Stark
and Front Streets.
PORTLAND, - -
BTiANK BOOKS RULED AND BOUXD
to any desired pattern. Music lwoks
Magazines, Newspapers, etc., bound in ev
ery variety of style known to the trrade.
Orders from the country promptly at
o jSkOrv Per Day at home. Terms
Ucbly G. STINSON & Co., Tortlan pMe
Who are suffering from the effect of
youthful follies or indiscretion, will do
well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest hoon laid at the altar of suffering
humanity. IH. si'IXXKV will guar
antee to forfeit JoiO for every case of se
minal weakness, or private disease of
any kind or character which he under
takes and fails to cure. He would, there
fore, say to the unfortunate sufferer who
may read this notice, that you are tread
ing uon dangerous ground when you
longer delay in seeking the proper rem
edy for your complaint. You may be in
the first stage; remember you are ap
proaching the last. If yon are borderinjr
UK)ii the last, and are suffering some or
alt of its ill effects, remember that if you
persist in procrastination, the time must
come when the most skillful physician
can render you no assistance ; when the
door of hope will be closed against you :
when no angel of mercy can bring you
relief. In no case has the Doctor failed
of success. Then let not despair work
ui wm your Ima-riim tion, but avail your
self of the beneficial results of his treat
ment before your case is beyond the
reach of medical skill, or before frrini
death hurries you to a premature grave.
Full course of treatment l. "Send
money by Postoltiee order or Express
with full .description of case. Call or
address, Lli A, H. s.lI.?t-;v,
i No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco,
sept hi :ly
J G H f 3 S C H R A R3 v
Main St., Oregon City.
MAMFACTl'REU AS!) IjjrOETEB
wan, et, tr.
-CT7HICII HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
Y t can be had in the State, m
WHOLESALE Q2 F.E1MI.
fc?"l warrant my goods as represented.
Saddjniid n.-f.-'c.i'c :T;ik.-r.
Oregon City, Oregon, Juiy 11, l.s7:"-iii.'$.
The standard rcnuuy lor Coh;1is, Ti-
flueiiz, Sure Throrif, Yfln.tjjii n-i t)'iii;)i.
Croup, liver Cunnihrint, llfouebitis, Jlleiil
inr of the I.uiuix, : nd evry si Ifect ion of t he
Throat, Lungs and Ch st , including Cos-
Wislai '.s ltalsam of Wild CJn'rry does
not dry up a cough, but loosens it, cl' anses
the Lunsrs, and allays irritation, tlius re
ovit the ciuse of the complaint. Non
genuine unless ..signed I. IU'Tts. Prejared
by Sioth . FoSvler A Sons, Poston. S)il
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which an Opt-osd i'n iloii.v of lu-i rr-s n
tatives, tin lict since tin? war, will be in
power at Washington ; and the year of the
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tain complete and accurate accounts, fur
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worthy information uon these absorbing
The twenty-third Presidential election,
with the preparations for it, will be mem
orable as deciding upon Grant's aspira
tions for a third term of power and plun
der, and still more as deciding who shall
bo the candidate of the party of Reform,
and as electing that candidate. Concern
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the best family newspaper in the world,
ana wesnan continue 10 give in its cot
umns a large amount of miscellaneous
reading, such as stories, tales, noems.
scientinc intelligence ana agricultural n-
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make room in our daily edition. The agri
cultural department especially is one of
us prominent matures. The fashions are
also regularly reported in its columns
and so are the markets rtf every kind.
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STATE BOARD OF IIKittlBRATIOH.
tend Emigrants to Oregon, now in foreign
countries and sister .States, and for circu
lating suen information abroad bv this
Board, ail persons in this State having
. .iiusiroHieor ttent. or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will please for
ward tothis Board as soon as possible de-
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or conditions of renti
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or other
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with this Board.
By Instructions of the Commissioners of
immigration. WILLIAM REID,
febSlru A State Com'r of Immigration.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
From all Tarts of lh World :
A Carefully Selected Summary of
STATE, TERRITORIAL AND
A Corrected List of tiie Markets In
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LOCAL XE1VS, EDITORIALS,
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Also, Carefully Selected
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EHTERFOfSE BOOK & JOB
OiiEGOX CITY, : OliEGOX.
TTK WW. TOKPAREl) TO EXECUTE
-4 all kinds of 3
I XTTl'.R- HEADS,
in fact all kinds of work done a in rrii.tins
Jince, ai o
AM. KIN 1)9 OP
constantly on hand, and for sale at a low
pric as can be had in the 8tate.
Orecon City, March 21. 1873-tf.
AGENTS FOR TIIE ENTERPRISE.
The following persons are milhnriuw.
act as agents for the Enterprise :
Geo. P. Rowell fc Co., 40 Park Row, New
Coe. Wctherill A Co fin7 ruri r, . - .
Abbott & Co., Xo. 82 and 84 Nassau street
Portland.Orcgon . T. Samuel
San Francisco i Th?- .'-Tc
1 1. it. r isner
St. Helens, Columbia county S. A. Miles
Astoria, Clatsop county. A. Van Dusen
Salem I,. Williams
Harrisburg J. H. Smith
I ,a fayette, Yamhill county J.L.Ferguson
Dallas, Polk county Dave Holmes
Eola .9. It. iww
Jacksonville R. K. Hanna.
Benton county V. A. Wclla
Corvallis Hon. John Burnett
Canyon Citj-.Grant co ....W. B. Las well
Albany.... .a. k. Arnold
Dalles, u asco county. N. TT. intm
LiGrande, ITnion county A. C. Craig
1 t'uiunuii, j luunnii county, ts. v . Knox
Eugene Citv Ji M. Thompson
Hon. L. F. Itn
i C. T. Montagu
I J. R. Ralston
Hon. E. 1). Fou dray
H. C. Huston
Beaver Creek C. F. Beatie
Butteville John Zumwalt
Cascades Henry McGucria
Canby J. W . Strawser
Cutting's D. Wright
Eagle Creek Frank W. Foster
Harding's Capt. Z. C. Norton
TiOwer Molalla W. Moreland
Mllwaukie John Hagenberffer
Oswego J.John Eoole
upper Molalla W. H. Vaughan
OREGON CITY BREWERY.
ed the above Brew-
Kiy wisiivs 10 liiiorin mc puuiic mat ne is
now prepared to manufacture a No. 1 qual
ity of u
as good as can be obtained anywhere in
the state. Orders solicited and promptly
filled. Q O