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We learn that
The Oskgo C'AN.M..-
, M,vr the Tualatin river
the canal connecting uie i
me uaua. progressing q'i'tt'
with Oswego lake is P'O.rt e m
W rthTrUm probably tJ
rSV October next. VI-
1 . : V.rr (lie fl
lei in "j i r-
inv have been
thonjrh me hve b(tM1 working
working ;q'i J- , . - doztnl -white men.
e.Teclrveiy. are constantly en-
8I1";,'orft ; vo !; Work was not thor
j commence until .he latter par.
V v ' and yet the canal from the river
! Socks at the head of the Ufce.hi
been dug the entire width of sixty tectM
an averse depth of about six f.-et. Tue
depth of the canal at the river will be
sixteen feet. Workmen are already cn
eaged upon the locks.whieh are proercss
in r quite rapidly. Perhaps there is no
beiter man in Oregon to supenuterd Slich
a work than Capt. Kellogg. With the
funds of the Company m-mbers on,y, and
without anv subsidy whatever, we find
1h;s work, one of the most important in
Oregon progressing without any trouble
or o-fcnlation. If the Company had suc
ceeded io extorting a larsr subsidy from
fome quarter, it is probable, it might have
thought it necessary to make more ado. as
u nr!. of recompense, but as it is. this ca
nal, sixty feet in width and a mile and a
half long, is being excavated with a rapid
ity and in a 'style that, is remarkable.
When completed, it will furnish one of
the. finest watet powers in the world at
Oswego, besides, it wilt make that point
the entrepot of the whole, basin of the
Tualatin river. The enterprise is one of
the most praise-worthy in Oregon, and
('apt. Kellogg, one of the largest, stock
holder of the Company deserves great
rrcdit for his energy and perseverance.
We learn that in digging the canal, iron
ore of fut! richer quality than anv hereto
fore discovered in Oregon has been de- I
rorY IiKCovKitKU, The body of Charles
Creaves who was drowned on the 1 .T i h
inst.. was found in the river near the ferrv
landing at this place last Saturday. The
Coroner held an inquest, the following
evidence was obtained Charles Greaves.
was a native of P.lv'ihe. Northumberland
Kng'and He shipped at Newport. Wales,
on the bark Spmk!in'r !), and ran away
from his ship at Portland, and has been
working at. the Locks ever since. Last
S iturdav, the 10th, he was paid off", arid
pallor-like gut on a spree. From the ev
idence it. was shown that on Tuesd v
right, 13ih inst., t o Campbell and Ke u
ney. the witnesses, were all under the iu
llnence of liquor, and started for the ferrv
I in ling t g over to :he iii--s 'm i-c at
the works. After HallooinL' '"it-ider ible
time for the ferryman, and finding it nn
avowing. Campbell and Kearney say they
returned to the saloon, thinking Greaves
was following them; but bring all li-rht
hey did not m's-i htm f .r s;ine? tiuie
Not s'ei;g ,i:;i the next day. they sup
posed lie had gon to Portland. P would
s -eni. howeyrr. that the poor hd'ow must
It ive m He an effort to oros and was
drowned in the attempt. lie wis a quiet
man when 5rr; aire about 2 years;
when found he had h:s wntcfi and 5.".7,"
in hi poc'f
but no letters or paper of
Verdict, accidental drowning.
Scppkv Dkatk Hugh Kearns. an old
citizen of this place, was found dead in
his shop last Mondi morning. lie was
about town on Sunday, as usual and on
M"U 1 iv morning. he was seen as late as
h'f p;is' live o'clock, and at 7 oclock he
wi; f.mnil de l. He had been in the
hihif of drinking very h u d. and no doubt
death w is caused from its efl'ec's. Tip
Coroner's inquest rendered a verdict thai
fie cam" to his death from some unknown
c rise. Hughv was his own worst enemy.
!fe w is industrious when sober bat his
hungering lor whisky ws so meat th it
whenever he got an opportunity he would
g -t drunk.
PiPMJKKssiNu. Work on the canal anil
locks is progressing very rapidly and we
are assured that it will be ready for boats
t pass throimh by the 1st of January.
Is7:!. as per contract. A great deal of
will his been built, which is of the most
subsijintj.il charade". We doubt whether
there is another work of the kind in the
United States constructed in a better and
uure substantial manner.
At "; pkn r. From the Ortijo tlin of last
M auday we le irn that a son of M u cus
King, of Clack im is, was milking a cow
on .Monday last, and annoyed at the
switching off the Hies with tier tail, tied it
f isr to his brother, a nine-year oid d i d
The cow while ihui tied, was frighten '1
by a passing train, and ran. dragging die
b y a quarter of a mile. His recovery
Dipn't. Recorder Pi lor very sudden'y
changed his n ind last Fiiday and didn't
go to Sa i Francisco as we announced last
week. We presume he stopped to hunt
Ho.' fellow that, stole his coat, or el-e
changed his notion juf t so that we would
be in error. We will not announce him
a'iiu is gone until he is well on his way.
W h n't like to be disappointed in any
Ojunokii IIavps. Messrs. Willis &
Broughton l ist Saturday sold out their
livery stock to Messrs. Green man fc Fra
.er. who will hereafter conduct the busi
ness hi the old stand. These gentlemen
are well known to our citizens and are
enterprising and honorable men. We be
speak for them a libeial share of patron
age. In Town. Mr. A-J. Monroe. .of Salem,
was in town this week, on business con
tiected with his marble establishment.
Mr. M. has reduced the prices of his work
to suit the limes, and as he is one of the
Lest workmen on the coast, persons desir
ing anything m his line cannot do better
than to give him iheir orders.
To tiK P.vtNVKii.The Oregon City Sem
inary has been thoroughly cleaned on the
inside preparatory to the commencement
ol trie next term, and a contract let to
p lint the out dd.t id the building . This is
n needed improvement and will add
greatly to the appearance of the building
when done. n
Bn; Ji mp. Miss Clata Albright, who
resides with her parents in the lower end
of town, accidentally jumped into a well
forty feet deep. The water was sufficient
ly deep to break the fail, and she sustain
ed no injuries. The bucket was prompt
ly lowered when she secured a firm hold
and was soon brought to the top. wuh no
injuries except a few slight bruises.
Aktkii Kali. Stock. Messrs Charm an
a'id Ackenuan left overland last Wednes
fy for San Francisco, to lay in their fall
a;xl winter stocks. They both intend to
wing back a largo stock with them of j
iet) goods us are most suitable for this t
KMKMBKu.Tbe board of etmalization. I
for it,. .
collection f.r nus:man s thi.
. . -. in 1.1.3 1 I UK
ii tir'1 .l,r.et "ext..MondilJ .'
l accordingly govern-
vnnil Church will 'fire a sunnuf of i
o--- -"I'l'i-l 111 lilt!
Court House this evening, to which the
! public are invited. The known rennta-
- j tion of these ladies for gettinir tin o-ood
) sr.pper'i is a sufficient guarantee that
there wni be a generous attendance.
Contract to Lkt. Mr. Van gha,n.. super
intendent of the Mill Creek bridge.desires
bids for the construction of the same.
Bridge builders will obtain full parlicn
Urs by applying to Mr. Yaughao or at
the Clerk s office.
I'krsonai.. Senator Kelly paid us a
visit last Monday. He looks hale and
hearty, lie speaks very encouragingly
of the prospects of Greeley and Brown,
and will make a canvass in their behalf
befoie the election.
Cincra. The Crystal Palace Circus
gave a performance in this place hist
Monday evening, to a good audience, and
gave general satisfaction.
School. The school at the City Semi
nary will commence next Monday. Let
all who propose to attend commence with
Dam.v Bkaten. An Indian was consid
erably beat and cut up in a drunken row
Foil Sai.k. We have a supply of d reds,
mortgages and other legal blanks on
hand and for sale
Skwi.no Socikty. The Sewing Society
of the Episcopal Church meets next Tues
day at the residence ot Mrs. Kent.
Thanks. We are under ob'iga.ion to
lion. Jas II. Slater, for publie documents.
Ttie Two Policies.
Patently, Hon. W. Payles W. TIanna
spoke at Lawrenceburg. Indiana, as fol
lows : 'T don't know of but two policies
that Gen. Grant has over had two dis
tinctive lines of policy which you could
call policy. The first was the San Po-
mingo job. which as yon know. now s!iuks
j i'i the nostrils of all decent peopl
the second was the arbitration question.
I heard Gov. .Morton, over here at Craw
fordsville laud his party and laud the Ad
ministration because they had at that
time compromised that question so suc
cessfully for the country. How was it ?
Why. when the claims were distinctly
stated, and the British liun sprang forth
from his lair, snapping his teeth, what did
Gen Grant do? He fell bark. The head
of i;; ' great Republic of the United States,
L'U'ii est man riower. perhaps, to dav.
oe fnce of the earth, is m the aiti
f making a demand which lie dare
eu oe. What, was Jackson's motto ''.
"Ask nothing but what is right, and sub
mit lo nothing that is wrong." Applause.
One of two things is then true, my Grant
friends, ei'her our President and 'he
Cabinet appointed by him. didn't
the capacity to know what was
when they made the demand, or
didn't have the courage lo enforce the
demand alter they had made it, and either
tte in. iits Grant, to b ' President of the
United States." Applause. '
A Sr.KN'DKk llui-:. The tele
graph til ready tells us "that Mr.
(VCoainer, of Xcw York will accept
the nomination of the (.1 rant mana
gers at Louisville. Mr. O'Connor
was in t lie lkillimore Convention,
took an active part in t Tie nomina
tion of Mr. Cive'ev, ami is a gen
tleman of too high honor to accept
a nomination calculated to defeat
the candidates he helped to place
in nomination. There is not a
prominent Democrat in the Inioti
connected with this Louisville
move. It is the work of Grant's
Thk Colored Votk. The following ta
ble of the colored vote in eight. States of
the Union, with its per cent, as compared
with the white vide in the same States:
States. Whites. Colored. Colored.
Virgi da TPJ.O.SD
Nor h C iroiin. i. . (178.470
South Carol ina. .2S L'i'w
ol V81 I
44 4 .".)!
Georgia . . .
Florida. . .
Aliibam i . .
Missi sippi .
. it !;.o.". 7
.: i r.st
3 CS 1. 5.313.2:1 1. 0.V7
It wirl be 5ee;i that in the three States
South Carolina. Louisiana and Mississippi
it so constitutes a majority, and in three
others Georgia. Florida and Alabama
almost one half. These eight Siates con
tain about two ihirds of the colored
voters of l!ie nation.
CoNKUNo's HoMi'. Mr. W. W. Culver
wiles from Whiteboro, Oneida county.
New York, to the New York Tribune;
Creditable information convinces rne
that this county. Ihe home of Iioscoe
Colliding, will give over 1. 090 majority
for Greeley and Brown. On my journey
f'om New Yoik by way of Ihe
Hudson and M haw k rivers. I have
taken occasion to learn the feelings of
Republicans, and I am satisfied that 25 to
40 per cent, of them now favor the nom
inees of Cincinnati and Baltimore. In
one work-shop in this small village, (il)
Republicans are for Greeley and Brown,
and others are declaring every day. I
have not yet met. a single Democrat who
refuses to support our ticket."
Whenever a man goes off oft a contrary
and perverse course from that which he
had before pursued, his first heed is to
look about him for the sophistries bv
which to make it appear that he has
plausible if not good reasjn for his con
biet. But it is generally the c ise that
in his haste to grasp at whatever he imag
ines wilt serve his purpose, he stultifies
himself by appropriating the very argu
ments which most conclusively reveal his
own inconsistency and demonstrate bis
inability to show sufficient cause for his
apostacy to the party he leaves and for
his proselytisni to the party he freshly
juns. Oregon Bu'lclin.
The editor speaks from experience.
Tit Lrrrr.K Vikitk.-Governor Whyte
of Maryland, speaking of Grant's boasted
payment of the public debt, says: '-There
is but little virtue in being the conduit
pipe conveying rnonev from the Docket
of the shoddy contractors who now hold
the public debt. '
Vvv." The MivsvHb, ,r
r..rt ,r.., . i " ;
"ucl"1 l"-iui auusion to a (arrant
i-.rt i n f "ffA wn InA L. tn
b..t seven columns of Government a,h-(
ficements ma&e him relish -bull pup. won- 1
Scri'EK The ladies of St. Paul's
An ()t.n Jvirvn . n r-.! n .
I ' ' V . . 1 ' . I.A I . . .I! I 111 IIP , .
u . i-a-v
has recently rj.b-.,.l i.
... v.u.vi l4 inter norr ex
Governor John C. Edwards, of Missouri,
now and for twenty years past a resident
Of San Joiliiliin emsntv f'.l TK.,
'VI I t.v c.v- j
Governor is nearly eighty years of age. j
but his political views, as'expiessed be- j
low, would do credit to the perfect ma- j
turity of mind of the best Democrat and !
truest Patriot in the ianj cJ. Saxe has i
allowed us to quote the -following portion I
,.f . 1. ... . . - . . i
... me i-.Mij.uuiJis.-aiion i.-oia his ucloeu
arian friend, says the Exaunr:
"Some of our friends sav that Gretlev
and Brown are hard to s.valhuv. and
a lew pieter..J they cannot swill.jw the
dose at all. These can swallow Cram
if not, und they refuse to v ie at all. thi.-T
is taking hnt a dose of Hrant. Tl.-v
! bad much better sva!Ic-v firw!,. h,-.b"
Cut this is alt folly. I Slin thl. . ........
ot all Deitiociats. I am for one tetm !
on.y of the Presidency ; in favor of rot i- j
lion; of limning all orikes to short peri-I
w.-, K.i i.uh.ukj uie people elect, when it
can be done: of punishing defaulters and
swindlers criminally. I ngainst all
banks, all nionopidifs. nil sub-idies, rwy
aH high salaries and heavv
bills; and in favor uf direct tax' dim.
With all this. 1 have no trouble in sup
United Siates Marsha! Kirkpatrick was
arrested in litis o:v f,, i
e.i e:ipous ana attempting to create a
The above is a dispatch from Lexing
ton. Kentucky, dated (ha oth inst., the day
or the election. In several otfier places
we notice where Federal bullies kicked
up a disturbance on that day. dlso in
Xort.'i Carolina. They are hired and
paid out of the Federal Treasury fur that
A ft kk Tin-: Fi.ksii-Pots. Gen. John A
IV.x has announced his intention to sup
port Grant. No one. remarks the Balti
more 0'A.ztHe. ever supposed he would do
anything e!se. Grant has a few months
left, in which to dispense public patron
age. and there is a chance, slim though it
be. that Dix may yet come in for a share
of the plunder. No man bus a greater
hankering after the flesh pots, and he will
never desert a party in power as long as
it has any ol!hje to bestow. As soon" as
Mr. Grteley is elected he will be the best
Greeley man in the country, and claim
one of the biggest offices as ins reward.
Mi st i:b Co.rKiK!. The A etc Yorker
Stfds-ZShin,j says of the Banks defection:
'The secession of BGener.tl auks from the
ranks of General Grant is the first fruit of
the Sumner pronuncianienio. We fullv
expect that the advance which Greeley
wi.l make in this direction will prove
quite important. The long pending ques
tion as to wiiet her Greeley could or could
not succeed in making a serious split in
the Republican party must now without
any further proo!.- be conceded in the af
firmative.' Can Tins B:: 'i'iii K ?--Boss 'I' weed and
Tom Murphy have conceived a brilliant
scheme to divide the ili. h vo'e of New
York ci;v in the interest of their next
friend. U. S. Grant. In return fortius
favor i: is intimated that ihe Republican
Attorney General w:U havi
will have the suits
against the Ring men dropped, and will
uive other rewards for their valuable
Thk Ukal Pattlkns. The Cincinnati
C(,,wn-rcUd says awful things like this:
Now thai Genera! Banks has gon over
to the enemy.- of course he never was
any account !m was quite as worthless,
indeed, as Salmon P. Chase. Horace Gree
Cliarles bumner. ( ). p. yt
.hoi t on.
ter and Simon Cameron are ti:
H-rris of greatness, and true del
sou ud docti inc."
L::r Him Wait. The Boston Post says:
"If indications do not mislead us. there is
a prospect of another -bloody chasm' in
North Carolina for Mr. Bou.we!l to fill up.
it he has any refuse matter lelt." The
wretched oid Cabinet, of which he is a
member, wil! be knocked into kindling
wood on the -Jth of march next, says
an exchange. Lei ldm wait and fill up
Had it Not. Now that the Adminisfra
tion has got its hand in at purchasing doc
uments, the New York World says: Had
it not better offer S75.000 to Badeau for
the missing Buell documents? It he is
like the balance of Grant's military fam
ily documents will be furnished at once
for that case.
Oregon Democrats are not f o On eley.
Four of their organs h ive rep idiattd his
nomination at Baltimore.
The above is from Furnjs Press
One-fourth of the contents are tine. Just
;e weak paper in Oregon. That's
If yen desire r-sy chee-s and a complex
ion fair and free from Pimples, Blotches an 1
Kruptions, pur fy ourb:oo l by taking Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, it has
no equal tor this purpose.
The best and mo-t elli. ient cure known for
dvspepsia and indigestion, is Dr. Henley's
Celebrated I X L JJittars. Try it. lit ad ad
vei tisement in another col lain. junni'
Oregon I.o,lgc .. 3, I. O. of O. F.
vr'... Meets every Thursday- even
SijS3rK ins at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
"Vrtfs Hall, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
I!v order. U. ti.
Parents lessen vour Sloe bills two third
by buying only CABLE SCREW Wl. E
fastened Boots and Shoes. Never ii- or leak.
Ail genuine goods bear the Paten tStan.p.
DON'T IIAWIC, SPIT, SPIT, IlldJW,
blow, and d snst even body witii your Ca
tarrh and its offensive odor, when I).-. S ure's
Catarrh Eemedy wilt speedily destroy all
odor, arrest, the discharge and cure you.
Kcbreca Degree Lotlgc .o. O. O. V.
q r Meet on the Second and Fourth
vj TUESDAY EVEXIXGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are inv. ted to
FALuS EU iMI'.UK.VT AO. 1,1 - . O.
V. Meets at Odd Fellows' Had on the
FT EST AXD THIRD TUESDAY EVEXIXG
of each nnnth. Patri irchs, in good stand
in; are invited to attend.
Feb. s. lsr-2-tf
3Itiltiio:iu!i IsO'lft; Xn. 1, A. F. and
A. 31 .Holds its regular communica
fO-tions on the First, and T,ir,t S-tfur-r?ay
in each month, at 7 o'clock from
the 2oth of September to the 2ofh of
March, and 7i o'clock from the -Jotii of
March to the 2'th ot September. IJreth
ren m good standing are invited to attend.
Dec. 3.1s7'd, Eyorderof V. M.
Ir the verj-best photographs, go to Erad
ley & Rulofs-n's Gal'erv without STAIRS --
ST ASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, .? j
Me-r1tg-oie-y;;tr9et. san rrjnct'jc-
L,. I. KIS11EI?, 2) and 21 Xt-w Mer
chants Exchange, is oar authorized Ag. Dt
in San Francisco. -
WILIilAM DAVIDS ON",
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
OtUcc, .o. 01 FVont Mtvit,
PORTLAND, - - - OKEGOX.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST POKTLAXI), in the most desirable
localities, consitmr of I.oTS. HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
STOULS ; aLo
IMPROVED FARMS, and. valuable
unfidtivated LANDS, loomed in ALL parts
of the Ci'i'A'i'E tor SALE.
PE AL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this 1'ITV
und throughout the STATES and TERIU
TOIMES. "with great -u:e and on the most
A L V A N T A 1 1 EO US T R 51 S.
HOUSES and STORES LEASED.
LOANS KOI) HATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTION'S PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a Oe.-ieial FINANCIAL and
AUEXCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the SI ATE. xviil re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
amijforward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 1S71
A IH-vil.ju Season.
Glorious and delightful as the Summer
weather is. its tropical heat is a severe trial
to the vital powers. Even the strongest
are sometimes prostrated by its effects. The
common pkra-e applied to th;s condition of
the body is "gener.d debility." Now, gen
era! debility arises from and includes a va
riety of udmeots. The liver is mors or less
affected, the bowels are either const i pated or
less affected, the bow.-Is are cither Con t -pated
or too much relaxed, the stomach but
half performs the 5vork of digestion, the ap
petite is poor, and the spirit depressed.
This is called gene id debility. It is a gener
al disagreement of all the physio if fmieii ais,
and requires -as a lemedy a medicine that
will regulate tlicm all. Ilostettei s .Stomach
Bitter's is especially adapted to this purpose.
Its geuer.d operation is not conliued to a
single organ. If the liver is affected, it re
stores its tone. If the stomach is torpid, it,
legenerutes it. If the nerves are tremulous
and weak, it braces and reinforces them.
If the mind, wh'ch ever sympathizes with
the body, is gloomy and despondent, it re
1 iev".s the difficulty and so n brings the whole
mediani-m of t he body into harm )uy with
the laws of hea'th.
There is no civilized, nation in the West
ern Hemisphere in which the utility of llos
t tier's Slii nach Bitters as a tonic, correct
ive, aiitib.lioL'.s medicine, is not, known and
appreciated. Throughout the Tropins it is
considered, both by the people and the pro
tes -ion, the standard spec hv. While it is a
med c lie (or all seasons and all climates it
is especially suited to the complaints gen
erated by the weather, being the pu rest ami
host, vegetable stimulant in the world.
Beware of the Mitters made of acid and
dangerous hi.ttri-ils, which unscrupulous
parti s are endeavoring to foist upon the
people. Iheir name is legion, and the pub
lic has no guarantee that they are not poison
ous. Adaere t the tried remedy, llostet
t'.'i's li tters, s dd o.i'y in glass, and never in
kegs or b creh.
LIVE AX!) LET LIVE!
THE OREuTX CITY HACK A XI) 13 AY CO.
TTAVING PITRCIIASED Tl. SP
JL.JL lvera- M-cK. anrt I5usir.es4
or Mess s. Wilms & Bitur jutov.
m l the Drays, Morses and F.n-ines-- f C. X.
GiiKHSM an, are tiu'.v pri pare J to carry on
AX a Uit.VYISG.
We wil! also deliver slsifo woo l to all thus
persons to whom Wilds X Hrouahtoa have
ei'gacrod and a- many more as will t-n.iiasje
slab wood f: om us, s'.i far as vc on "rt a
Ordes le'f :.t the Livery Stable for Woo
Dr.. vim; or iia di;i:. wiii b' ;itt nded to with
dispatch, lh.t o:iae.e in oar sever, i branches
of busiii. ss sodc .ted. Out Ihaigis 'i:ib
:r-'l l e Highest Cadi Price paid for Oat
deliverc;! at the Stable.
C. X. GItEE.N'MAV, P.cs't letr,
J. M. F R A 'A i: It, Secretary.
Of O. th II. k, 1 1. Co.
THE 1-OLLOWIXU MUSiC-ttoOIW
are resoni1iien.le.l asbcin;'the It EST
of their das
rue SnuT Echo, for Schools $j
Kinkei'sXew Method for 11 eel i " y r
i-f,-aa will lo roa-ivAu-"- .) i - J
over ;.;.), Dili) cu-Lies iu use, .
Pe'ei-s' iSurrowe' Primer
Woi-rall's liuitar School
Festival ( hhn..-.-, Slnu'iirf ehis.es
H'l lu.s v. lil aljleelloo!;. With I
Piano or th-.-m Ao'ii'mt :
Taidden's S,h.)l for the Voice.. 3 .".()
l'eli.-rs Art- of Sincin;r 3 uo
Wiehrrs Violin -.-.ri-t'eici's e.l., 3 eo
KuiIlHler' 1'lnli' S. li.ii.l
YVuu:i)ci--teUi:,s Violin tjchool. . .
WimmorMedi, s Flute Sc!h.1
1'eteiV Viodu Sehool
Peters' Flute School
Peters' Parlor (Jompaiii.iu. For I
Flute, Violin, and Piano, (
rct.-rs' Parlor' aiajiauioii. For (
Flute and Piano, j
Any Music will bo sent prepaid,
on 1-e.vipt. of the marked pr'ce. Ad
dress. J. L. PETEII.S, )!3 rtroauwav,
(iood lalc Screw Wire
Last as long again as
any other kind.
augl 'in iiiml
In the matter of NATHANIEL llOBBIN'S
''Biim EXECUTOIt-S or SAID estate
have liie I in the County Court of Clackamas
county, their ai-omits and vouchers for final set
tlement; and the Court has appoiufed iin lir.st
Moodily in .Scptciidr, A. 1).. lb J, f ir the ex;:in
iuatiou of sucii iieeoviiiis and ill" settlement of
sauii estate. All j ersons io'evosted are tioiiii.'d
to tile their exceptions, if any they have, before
that d ae.
liv order of Hon. J. Iv. WATT, Ju 1-r" of said
Coart. P.. F. CAUFlELiO,
Johnson & McCown, Attorneys. nllwi
Hot ice; to Tax Payers.
Tpni: BOA11D OF El i PALI ATIi N OF
C hickamas county, Oregon, will meet at the
County Clerk's otlice, ih said eo-anry, on Monday,
the -iHh day of August, A. D.. 1S72, and piiblscly
exa-.uioe ua 1 correct ail errors in ie i ipti-on,
valuation, etc., in A-'sinent Poll for 1S72. All
persons interested will ;-as: anre:ir at such
t.me an 1 place. C. C. i A 1111 IVTT,
Aw.iW of Clackamas
Auj. 1st, 1872. County. Ore-oa.
1J ITAVr. BKEX APPOINTED BY TIT E HON.
Coanty Court of Chvekamis c.nnv, Oresron,
Administrator of the estate of MARY IIAXSEN,
deceased. All rn rsons Having claims, will pres
ent them to nie at the otlice of Johnson ii JIc
Cown, lawyers, Ore--r-ou City, Or?"on, within six
mouths Iroia the date of this notice.
PARSON ' LEAS ON,
Ad mi n i sSTatoi-.
Dtel Oregon Cit-f, Ori-on, Atj. 0, 1S7?,
noURTEST OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
'TWERE WILL UE A PUBLIC EXAMLN A
L tion of teachers fr Clackamas county,
at the Seminary building, ia Oregon City, on
Saturday, August 21th.
County School Superintendent.
Notice is jutiebv given that 13 y
. virt ue of an ext-eulion issued oat of the t'iv-ca-.t
Court of Multnomah count v, rsra'.e of Oreu-oii.
on the 27th day ot Juiv, ls;2. aal to lue direcied,
in favor of F. M. Avuoid and a.faiust O. C'.H'.mt
iu;r:on, Ueo. Jiwiubotliaiu and Mary Cutting, tor
ttiesma ot ..j ii-lo.i dollars in goid coin. disbur.se
aets and costs, i did on the 3rd day of August,
for the want cf er.-triAl property, levy upoa
"11 the riiriir, title and interest of Mary Cutting
i,lov- of David Cuttinir, deceastul ill and to the
following (cer.i-rdicd real estate, to-wit: east hail"
of donation claim cf David Cutting and wife, de
M;i.iKd iii 110i.ilicj.liou Xci. 4,2'2 aud jut pel's Uiere
w it 'i c .iiinecte.l on liie in the I. and Oiiiee in Ore
eon City, beinjr part of see: ions No. IC, 17, 2U and
-L iu - 3 H 2 K; said half Viei-aj- Uetenuiued
t-y a hae runr.iuj- noith 2. lie-'., 3: uiin. west,
cntai rut's.-,;.'i ij-i'Hi acres, ami the dower ri.nht
of said widow in the west half of said land claim,
to satisfy the sai l execution. I will sell at pub
lic a tier ion, to the hcrhest bidder, for gold or sil
ver coin, in hand pan', on Saturday, t tie tirli day
of Sep lei id .cr, I :;, at the Court "House door in
Ore-oti City, ut lo uVtouk, A. M., cf said day. all
the n-tht, title aud mtcre ,t of said Mary Cuttin?
in and to the above desmbed real estate or tso
much thereof as will satisfy said execution.
Oregon City, August ilth Is; 2.
A. F. ilEDiiliS. SheriSf.
i5y C. P. BEAT IP, Dcjwitv.
liOUl SAIL, - - -
Prop rie lor.
y WOULD respectfully axxouvce
jl to the the citizens of Oregon City and vi
cinity, that I have just opem d an
. ICi-Z-CltliAM & CONyiCCTlOV.lUY
establisbment in the building formerly occu
pied by L. Diher, corner of Fourth aud
The Arlic SoiIji Kouit will be in
operation to supply the demands of the thirs
ty. I manufacture all my own stock, conse
quently they are i-rit:: and fhksh.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Slain Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
BEST FAMILY Q30CSSIES.
COFFEE, TEA , SUGAR,
FLO Ell AND MEAL of alt kinds,
PICKLES, SO s SALT,
CANNED BRUITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
I5UTTEH. C1IEE-'E and EC! OS.
TOBACCO and ClOAKS,
(JLASSWABl-:, Etc., Etc.
All kin Is of country Produce taken in ex
change for goods r.t the highest niarKet rates.
37"Fioods delivered in the city free of
charge. A fair h; re of patronage solicited.
March 2:1, iy.72:!f
't2"W GOOI) !
ON THIRD STREET,
Uitv.rt ii j'liki- una ilorrisoa Sirrrts.
b'lli 11 L:V1,
Kiue Irish iio-oin
f.i in ns,
TnWv a nil Ldoiu
la i.i a s Us,
i,inci a u3 Cotlou
S? .1 i.' Ji ; s- it i i s,
To-.vcls and irasli.
IJIitsii .Si He Pon-
lJlck AJ ji cas,
:i i ii i at o..iJs,
leiots a ii'l Shies,
A hiirgc Store, 35x?'; Good lousiness
stand, iu which a prospi-rons business h is
been condiicicd for over tw.i jears. Rent
1 ,iiw. A pplj- to
iiiiitu st., snrra of aluiik,
I'ORi LAND. O n EG 0 X.
2fja!y 1 tn.
e-i,K)0 I X TiSIl5:i: MOXTIl.
.4 GENTS CAN MAKE THE A DOVE
amount by selli.ig the (J reatcst Cook of
toe Aire, ihe
OS li V aX tm 8 JL
The iss-ues and candidates ot the present
political campaign, ll'txtonj and J'lutform,
Kevicw of ; bast's Administrutiori. The Rec
ord of 1!orce GcKeu.i.Y, by Everett Cham
bclaoi, formerly of the Chicago Tribune
The illustrations are drawn expressly for tic
work by Stephens. Entue'v original. The
iiiie-t, both i.uiuorous and trrave. If you
want to make money send One I) or.r, ui tor
outtit, and serine territory at on- e. Terms,
Ac, furnished on applicali n. Addre-s A. I..
iiAXCIiOl-' I" SiVi., :in Fra ncisto,Ca 1.
EEST REMEDY FOR
DY3P2PSIA, IXEIGESTIOX, BILIOUSNESS;
1033 CF APPETITE ASC IHACTiDil Cr T!!E LIYER.
r;, ocKnowledired to t. the mr.Pt. w t'olesome
and fthCK'iit of Temcs ;:n.l llcciijcraliii s
ilEAO Pi! VSKl.'.Sa' Ci.1.1 11 1CA1 i.S !U Lack of
ea .-a buttle. .,,.,.,
None frr-Timne without oar i raoe Tiiiirk Llown
on' thf 1'o.t Ir.
To sell other than the pernino article ont of
our bottle is ,a crimitutl or:eti.-e. and we shidl,
when fla(-ct i. priisi-i-uie be.eh trt:t.'S to the lull
extent of t'"- law.
11. EPSTEIN A Co., Srl Pronrlctors.
5iS Trent St., S. V.
In the County Court of Clackamas county,
State of Orcmn.
JACOB WOETMAN, Plaintiff.
N. NEWELL, Defendant.
rO N. NFAVELL, THE ABOVE NAMED
defendant In the name of the State of Ore
gon you are hereby riuire.l to appear and an
swer the com plaint fib-.t a -r inst you in said
Court in the n-uive entitled action wii hin ten days
txtH'T the service of this iinunon- "pori yon, if
s!-; vel in i 'Lc;k 1:11.1s county, or twenty days if
served in any other county in said State, and un
less you s i appear an-1 answer said complaint in
said t'-rni or on or bef.i-.-o the lt day of the term
of said Court cur. in nebi-r next jifor the evpira
tion of six w.-"ks from the publication of this
surani uis, to-wit : on Moti lay. the 2nd d.iv of
Sep.!iiler, 7, the plainfitf "will take a jad-r-in
nt a-rasnst you for tin sum of 45 an 1 inter
est thereon we the 14tlt day of May, l ,H 7 J also
f.-r r,i!s au-1 .lisiHtr-etn"ns of this tti'?oi.
Published by order of hin. .T. K. V.hut .lud-e
of sai d Court. JOHNSON MeCOWX, "
Dated 23d July, 1S72. Att'y for pi ;I.
Store to Rent.
rpilF.STORE HOUSE FORM EIIEYOCCU
X pied by K.u'i.i, on Roe!; Creek. 12 miles
from Aurora, situated at a fine point for
country trading pos'; can be had on very
rens .cable terms. This is a dodrabiy pnirit
fT a man with small capital to go in;o busi
Enquire rf JOI1XSOX & McCO WX
july21tf.j Oregoa City, Oregon.
A VOII)QUACKS.A victim f ea.Ivin
XV. uiscreti'.n. causinir nervous debility
premature decay. Ac , having tried in va-'n
every adveitisedremedy.l.asasimple means
or self-cure, which ho wl! send free to !i3
kdlow sntlerers. Ad lress J.H.REEVES,
,s.,i5an st., New York
CH AS. H. CAU FIELD,
COHN'ea MAIN' AXU SEVENTH STHELTS,
OREGON CITY", OREGON,
B3Y-G00DS & GROCERIES,
CEOCKESY and GLASSAWEE.
Also, a full assortmeut of
Milliner)' and Fancy Oooils
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
TAKEN IX EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Orcjrou City, June 21st, 1S7'2. tf
JUST RECEIVED BY
HAVE JUST REDEt VEI) A COMPLETE
aud well-assorted stock of
AM) uEmEdlQS' I LTiMSHLXG GOODS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
Call and examine my stock before purchas
Produce Tabu in Exchange for Goods.
"Jain fclreet, Oregon City,
rpiIE UXDERSlGNED DESIRES TO SELL
X his property ir, Oregon City will sell
at a barman, to a good purchaser.
Also 1 town lots in Canemab, with good
Also 2 town lo's in lower end of Oregon
City; also l.;o of land known as the thfna
tion laud claim of Win. Stone, S miles
southeast of Oregon City, with some im
provements, thinly timbered, nc under
growth, good lasting water
MyL quire at County Clerks ofiiee.
J. M. FRAZER.
Oregon City, .May th. Is7'. v;n2S
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
I.Iain Street, Oregon City.
B-1 BTLL1AM) TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them
T H 12 B A R I S S VP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors ano
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Courbon already
famous Whiskies and Punch.
ALSO, a no. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Ore.wa City, Jan. 1, Ls72:lf
LING OL HB A HER Y,
HAVE JUST OPEXED A FULL VARIE
ty of choice
Thc Rakery will be constantly supplied
BREAD, CR VCKERS
CAXDIE-i AXD XUTS.
All of whirli will be sold at living rates.
Remember that we do not sell goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
money to do business.
To the fanning trade we would say, CASH
for you. produce, and CASH for our goods.
Goods delivered to all parts ot !he citv.
Feb, 1C, lM7:tf
Carriage R&anufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
. . . Oregon.
Takes this method to inform bis old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, trood 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 com
mon cart to a concord coach. Trv me.
Rlacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
seneral jobbing neatly, quickly and cheap
ly done. David sM-rnr.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Having purchaserl the above Brewery wish
es 1 to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a Xo. 1 oualityof
LAGER r, EE 11,
Ascrood ascau be obtained an vwhere i n the
-aj e1Orljrsii r , t y filled.
Or- 3. R. FREELASMD,
OOOM 2 DEKUM'S RUILDIXO. CORX
dl t erl-n-st and Washinatori Sts., Portland.
Nitrous Oxide administered. n2:itf.
In the matter of the estate of JACOB ENOLE,
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
under-i-nelthat he has been appointed by
l ounty ( ourt of Clackamas countv. Oregon, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Jaeob'Ensle,' deceas
eE and that all ere diir.rs of, and all persons owinir
claims asainst said de.-eased, are rcqtbred to pre
snt the -ame with the proper vouchers, within
six month- fi-r)Tn tnP At(1 ft jie notice, at his
oifk-e in Oregon City, ' Ivkamai ro'in'r, Orecon.
HENRY "WA Kit EN,
A'lministator of the estate of
Jacob Enele, decease!.
Orejon City, Oreiron, AnaTist 2d, 1872.
TTOMF: MPE CARPET FOR SALE AT
ESI AKLISII ED ------ 18S X
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS O
of Oregon City, and the Willamette
ailcy, that he is still on hand, and doiajt
business on the old motto, that
"A Nimble six-Pence Is better than a.
Slow Shilling." Q
I have just returned from San Francisco, O
where I puichascd oue of the
LAKGEST and SELECTED
Stock of Goods
ever before offered in this city; and consist
in part, as follows :
Boots & Slices, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every o
Description, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oil. ,
Sash & Doors. Queens
Chinaware. Stoneware, Platedware,
qualities & styles,
Clocks & WatchesXa
dies & Gentlemen's Furn
ishing: Goods, Pancy Motions
of every description, Patent Med
icines, Hope, Farming IraplemenU
of all kinds, Carpets. Mattings,
Oil Cloth, Wall .Paper, &c.
Of the above list, I can say my stock ia the
MOST COMPLETE ever ottered in this mar
ket, and was sleeted with espeeitil care for
tuis iiiarla t. All of which I now cfl'er fr
sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
Xo use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of iroiiijr to Portland to buv poods for
I am PE'I EEM IXED TO SELL CHEAP and
rot allow myself to Le
I'MJERSOLD L THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask, is a fair chance and quick pay
ments. Ilcliev iijr, as I do, that nineteen
years' experience m Oregon City enalts ma
to Know ihe reqirements of the'trade.w
Come one and all, and see for yourselves
that the eld stand of
THOMAS CHARM AN
cannot be beat in quality or price. It -wou'.d
be useless for me to tell you all the advan
tages I can oiler you in the sale of goods, as
every store that advertises does that, and
probably you have been disappointed. All I
wish to say is, come and see and examine
for yourselves, for I do not wish to make anv
mistakes. My object is to tell all mv old
fiiends now that I am etill alive, and desir
ous to sell groods cheap, for cash, or on such
terms as agreed upon.
Thanking all for the liberal patronage
Main street, Oregon City.
24?" Legal Tenders and County Script
taken at market rates.
2y.O,O0O li s wool wanted bv
TIIOS. CHARM AX.
REAL ESTATE, REAL 'ESTATE.
JACOB STITZEL, C.C.WAT.
JACOIS STITZEL & CO.,
SUCCESSOR.". TO STITZEL & UPTOX.,
AL ESTATE o
A N 1
MO! E Y III? O K ISK S
Cor. Krcnt and Wasliington St.t
P 0 R T L A X D . OREGON.
Special attention given to the sale of farm
ing lands and city property. All corres
pondence relating to the recourcea of Ore
gon will be promptly answered-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Seiit free of charge to
JACOB STITZEL & CO.
March la, 187'':tf
I LA TE OF THE CLIFF HQUSE
MAIN" STP.EF.T, OREGOX CITV, OKEGOXi
rF"IIE UXDERSIOXED KE-
I. spe-eifully announces to his (K?"
menus ana ine tTavelinsr nub ic. "Vv.!
that he has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve his
csutomers with Oysters, Pig's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, 171 :tf
MAIN' STREET, - OKECOXCITY;
31AMTACTIKER AM) IMPORTER OF
S ADDLKSi, IIAI?F5,
S A 1)1) I, V.I AK D-
...iiii,,.., m. -3
TTTTITCII nE OFFERS AS CIIE P
V V can be had in the State at
Wholesale orRet aff.
firl warrant all my eoods &r reprertntrt.
Oregon City, ApriLir, 1?72 . r5?tf.
jTE W YORK HOVEL,
Xo. 17 Front Street, r pposrte theMail steam
shiplanding, Portland. Oregon.
H. ROTHFOs, J. J. VIIKEKs
EoardperWeek ? f50)
,c n Lodginjr ; oa
J a-T--- 1 f'(f
Orrjon City, Jan ;i3:tt .ft.r.