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Uoit..-.i-i- - Ao.wsdav Hi
was committed a hag a ?to,.(J
Mr. '' '
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P?0C.ta;KentofrhP counter, a
-,lich 'At wS could only be reic
'ETerlbe Conner or -
Mtion wiium v. - - npsin:r
" r' .u iilf store benm-i ... -
half the km, ' ' ; natively that
rt.vio.,s to the money nem.
.1! the time ir
'taken. About three
O CIOCK I" ""' '
mi when lie
drawer and set some nn ,
first niie.JtJe r -- h- COIM
of,,r,R,mi -Xa bold robbery in
;1ddnS .nJin one of the most
brn?r niy.coHin the town. There has been
So cl ne o Sained a, t whom the guilty
r could be. We oPe u may be as-
Phot TrTaltTriday evening, as
voun- Eddie Holmes standing wittihi
about two hundred yards of his father's
re idence. about a mile from town, a man
Jame alons. and inquired of him whether
that wa the right road to town, to which
Wt-plied in the affirmative. As quick as
llh the stranjr?r turned around and shor
It Mm. the ball passing oyer the left
Moulder and just cutting the twin. ; o
,,.aon whatever can be assigned for the
,,ot' as the strantrer immediately turned
t and took another direction from
town Eddie is a boy of about 18 years
of acre and we presume has not an enemy
in the world. It is supposed that the act
was committed by a man who h?.s been
seen in that vicinitv. and who is supposed
t he insane. It was a strange rc'l
ing and a providential escape for Eddie.
j.KUS0VVI We had the pleasure of
visits during the past week from lion. E
). Foiulray. of Juckson county; Senator
Bd.hvin. of Grant, and lion. X. II. Cra
nor. of Linn. Mr. Cranor has been suffer
in" for some time under severe sickness,
but we are pleased to state that lie is now
rapidly recovering. He will be one of
t!ie ini st active members in the Lower
House during the session, having had con
siderable experience, and being a man of
csv. Justice I'.urn.s has l.'en doing
considerable business this week. Last
Monday a man was arrested for an as
sault, which was tried by a jury, and the
defendant fr.ind guilty as charged. lie
was lined $:'.') and costs, which was paid.
Yes'erday he was investigating the ques
tion as to the legal rights of a Factory
Chinaman to assault a white boy.
C.u ;ut a Siiaiik. A son of Mr. Short's
about If. years of age.of this county .while
rusticating t the shore, cangTit a live
shark and broueht it to the shore, where
it was killed. He had no idea at the time
f.e or. brace the animal what it was. or
lie WOI ihl probably not have attempted
the capture of the beast.
Covnty Coi ur. - The County Court has
been in session this week. Considerable
business has been transacted. The amount
o' levied for the present year is 14s
nulls. 'e learn that the asessment roll
shows a U-ss valuation of property of the
c.ninly by over two bundled thousand
f.'cil.us tljan last year.
CoNCKin. The children of the Cngre
gatioiu.1 Sabba" School will give a con
ceit next Tuesday evening at the Congre
gational Church f..r the benefit of the
School. The exercises will chit fly con
sist of singinjr temperance songs and le
citing temperance pieces.
Pukk. We learn !hat most of our farm
ers are having their wheat chopped into
feed for hogs. This we regard as a good
move. Pork always pays when wheat, is
worth less than one dollar, and we see no
immediate prospect of wheat bringing this
W'ukat. The wheat market in this
p'aoe is dull and unsettled. The price
ranging at the mills, delivered. is 70 cents,
and on the river f') rents. There is prob
ably but little hope for the price going
higher than these figures for sometime.
O.v a Visit Mr. Chas. II. Paly and
wife of San Francisco, brother of Mrs.
Sellwoml. have been on a short visit to
t:a-ir relatives here during the past week.
They leave for San Francisco this even
in?. Uktiuxki. Mr. Meldrum and family,
and Mrs. l. P. Thompson, who have been
rusiicuting on the sea shore for the past
x weeks, returned home this week, hav
ing had a very pleasant time.
I'iiysh ivn. Dr. W. II. Poberlshas lo
cated himself in our town, and expects to
practice his profession a.v physician and
In. J.u ksonvii.i.k. Capt. J. T. Apper
son. Grand Master, is to make an official
visit io Jacksonville Ledge, I. O. O. F.,
Vai.vatiox. The total valuation of
property of this county, as reported by
t ie assessor, is $1,018.11)1. This is a de
crease on last vear of over $200,000.
Oystki.s .Mr . Saal has oysters in ev
vry style at his confectionery establish
ment. If you want anything real nice to
eat, go and see l.im.
Misic. Persons desiring new music
cvi procure Peter's Monthly at John
Henung's book store at publisher's price.
The Xew Orleans l.'iindlicun makes the
.lowing interesting announcement :--'
Cenera! J. II. West, our Senator in Con
Kss. iaU-nda to leave town immediately
!''r t'ennsylviinia. where h-e will take the
-lump ior liuckal- and Greeley and
'rOWn. He Will rlli-en In .-.1t.rr.l,i.i-
""ten he proposes tG make a canvass
Hie entire State. Mr. West's term
''I the I nited States Senate will not ex
P?' r'tlJS77- and if he has become a
-"erai Pepubliean.he will bean import
'Wt accession to the Greeley Administra
that is to be."
ctun two of the fourteenth amend-m,'r-t
to the Constitution declares that
n;'i!'a,r the United Stales, nor anv State,
i:on i SUme r pfty an" debt or 'obliga
a incurred In uid of insurrection or re
i.a,n against the United States, or ar.y
s'q'y "'i'r ifte '0aS or (vi'incrpathm of any
ol'.v-. ' ,u fueh debts, obligafions.and
TUp S"a11 be h illegal and void'
tCv'e1 ora,ors do not quote this to
(.r0tb ''s Gov. William M.'Stone and ex-
e'r'J'p JmUe! MeiTiU f Iowa wil1 be Uh
i:i efnoM'can candidates for Con fress
U uPective districts this fall. Thev
L-d;., J RePublicaa3 of iafl.ience and
Clrant as A Hummer.
SOME FACTS IX THE LIFE OF U.YSSFS'.
! From the Manchester (X. II.) Union, July '25.
j l ite New York World, savs: '-There is
a story which has lunar been emi-.it
military circles of a certain captain of
the I uurih Lnite.l States infantry, who.
being stati.. ned e.n the I'aciiic coast some
twenty years aeo. repeatedly (Fsgraced
himself by being foiunl drtink while on
duty. His superior officer. Ions; unwil
ling to ruin him. fiually found" himself"
obliged to take decisive steps. He called
the delinquent before, and insisted upon
his giving in his written resignation. -1
shall not use this,? said the colonel. -nn'ess
you compel me to ty again publiclv
bringing scandall upon the service. In
that case I will instantly forward it to
Washington' The story runs that after
nogreatlap.se of time the unhappy c ip
tain once more lapsed. The threat wu
executed. The army lost an officer and
St. Louis gained a citizen. To nu man in
the country can this storv be better kuown
than to President Grant."
W'e are able to state the facts alluded
to above with exactness, and we think it
our duty to do so. While sojourning at
Washington iu IS(;7. we met a gentleman
who was an officer in that resiment at the
time referred to. Its command. -r was
olonel, afterwards general. Lucbanan.
who commanded at Xew Orleans for some
time during the war. The '-captain" re
terred to was Lieutenant S. Grant His
dissipation was shocking and perpetir.il,
and fianally culminated, at a public din
ner of the officers, in an offense name
less here so flagrant and revolting that
Col. Duchanan gave to Grant the alterna
tive of resignation or a court-martial.
Of course he preferred the former, and
resigned, as affirmed above. The colonel
agreed to hold it until Grant got drunk,
again, which was very soon, and it was
then forwarded to the department. Our
informant says that Grant left the camp,
and lived for some time in a most abject
degradation among the neighboring In
diaus. Then he went to San Francisco
and opened a billiard saloon, which he
kept till Le "run himself out,' when he
sailed for Xew York. Xow let us meet
him in Xew York: He arrived without a
dollar. He sent to an officer in command
of the harbor and we have this from
that officer's own lips to con e to the city
and meet hiai. He did so, and supplied
him with money to reach his wife's
friends in Missouri, and not one cent of
the money was ever refunded. His ca
reer in Missouri, while living on the farm
with his father-in-law, was simply awful.
We will not -ay what we know
to be true in regard to it. We
only af.d. if required to "match it." in
de; raity and degradi.t'on. we could not
do i: in (he limits of our acquaintance
We know he carrud the sanrj habits into
the army, and we believe that a hundred
thousand of his own men were needlessly
sacrificed i:i consequence, and we can
show when and how. with abuJance of
contemporary testimony, which we will
Dioduee if anybody wants it. We sincere
ly believe that Mr. ('rant is not fit for any
public i or-nion whatever, .intellectually
or morally, and ihat if our people knew
the simple truth in regard to him, he
would not eet an holiest vo.e. Let such
voteis make it their business to learn be
fore they commit the fatal error o f voting
for bim airuin.
Appoisitmcitis of tiie
I'oHowing are the appointments made
by the M. K. Conference which was re
cently held at Salem:
s a i.EM nrsTiiicr i,. r. vooiak!. v. k.
Salem Stephen Prowers.
Sooth Salem --XV. H. Mies-e.
iver.on S. S. Vandei
amhill J. H. Allvn.
A 1 Many C. XV. Shaw.
Jefferson Jot.n rami.
Dayton T. A.. Wood.
Tillamook To oe supplied.
Pock Creek W. D. Nichols.
I'oirn.AXD iMSTKtcr avm. r.ouKrrrs. v. k.
Taylor street Church G. W. I.er.
Hall street Church To be supplied.
East Portland 11. Caldwell.
Miiwaukie J. S. -McCain.
Oregon City To be supplied.
Ensi Tualatin to be supplied.
Astoria To lie supplied.
Clear Creek To bo supplied.
Iiillsboro J. 11. Hammond.
1'li;kt s im KisTKicr .t. i'. m: vor.K r. k.
0: m;ia Wm. MePheters.
Steilacoom S. II. Maun.
Seattl. A. C Faircl-.ilds.
Skagit Piver To lie suj'plied.
Port. Townsend To be supplied.
Whatcom M. J. Luark.
W hidby's Island G. H. Greer.
Tuxr.vater II . Patterson.
Claquato C. II. Iloxie.
Chehalis-J. T. Ward.
Oysterville L Dennison.
Cowlitz J. XV. Kuykendail.
Kalama XV. T. Chapman.
Vancouver W". I. Cosper.
Lewis Kiver S. Mathew.
I'MI'i-CA DlSTiUt T T. WOI.I-E. 1. E.
South L'mptpia 'C- XT. Todd.
Wilbur S. II. Todd.
Koseburg D. Winton.
Gardner II. Pooth.
Empire City C. Alderson,
Coqnille- To be supplied.
Iviibyville To be supplied.
Kock Point To be supplied.
Jacksonville X. A. Starr.
Klamath Jas. Harrer.
Goose Lake To be supplied.
ECt.KXE CITY MSTKICr I". .M. .STAIi!!. 1. E.
Fiugene City To be supplied.
Spencer's Butte W". E. Wi'mot.
Springfield J. S. Douglass
i;ro'.vnsv;i;e Joseph Iloberg.
Lebanon G. C. Roe.
Independence J. II. Poork.
Oorvaliis J. W. Yuii'Jleve.
Monroe C. Smith.
(J rand Prairie X. Clark.
Santiam Academy L. M. Xickerson.
WAI.I.A WALLA ItrSTKICT II. K. MINES, 1. E.
Walla Walla To be supplied.
Walla Wall j Circuit F. Elliot.
Umatilla II. B. Lane.
La Grande To be supplied.
Canyon City To be "-upplied.
Oclioco To be Supplied.
Klickitat To be supplied.
Colfax To be supplied.
Baker City A. Joslin.
Da;!es X. Doane.
Yakima G. XV. Kennedy.
Wasco J, II. Adams,
ixnr.vx MINION district .1. 11. ".vii.tu.tj, r. e.
Simcoe J. H. Willmr.
Klamath Thos. Pea rue.
Siletz John Howard.
Waim Springs XV. P. Chatlin.
George Waters, Missionary at large.
Mor.E Thikvin;. A Government de
tective recently overhauled the accounts
of J. C. Geer. Collector of Internal Rev
enue for Idaho Territory, anl reported
him a defaulter in the sum of $.'50. Out). On
this showing. Geer turned over $12.0 )0.
and said he did not know what had be- j
come of the balance. Tbi.s was the condi- j
tion ot affairs at last accounts, and yet j
Geer was permitted to retain his office. j
The Boise iXak.suvtn thinks tint measures i
ought to be taken to make Geer account I
for the missing money, and calls upon the !
proper omcers to commence legal pro
Beers to commence legal pro- i
ceedings against the delinquent. Geer is
one of the -trooly loil,"' and no doubt
thought that he could steal with impunity.
IF. IT. LUesman.
Judge David Davis will vote for Gree- i
ley. Administration liars to the contrary ,
Meeting of the Democratic Slate Cen
Jt-'OGE SHATITCK NOMINATED AS KbECTOU.
Purs.iant to a call of the Chairman is
sued August 10;h. the Democratic S'ate
r"!1'r;!l Go-nmittee met iu Portland on the
The Committee was called to order at
10 a. in. by Dr. Clmptn-ui. who stated thU
as Chairman of the Committee he had re
ceived a letter from Lafayette Lane de
clining the position of Elector, and that
the Committee had been called together
for the purpose of taking action thereon
On motion. W. L. White, of Clackamas,
was chosen Secretary.
The roll of counties wn called, and the
following were found to be in attendance
Multnomah. J. A. Chapman ; Jackon. by
J. II. Meed, proxy : Douglas, bv L F. Mo
sher. proxy: Coos, by J. A. "Chapman,
proxy; Josephine, by J. I). Fay. prow ;
Pen ton. J. C. Avery; Marion, by L.F.
Mosher.proxy ; Linn. X. II. Cranor : Wash
ington, by Charles Xewell. proxy : Clat
sop. A. Van Dn sen : Wasco, bv J. D. Fav,
proxy : Umatilla.by Judge Onstein.proxv;
Maker, by Judge Onstein. i.roxy : f'rant.
J. W.liablwia. Polk. II. X. V." Holmes:
Yamhill. J. H. Upton ; Lane. J. J. Waltor,
Jr.. Clackamas. XV. L. Wh'Me : Tiilam ok.
bv Geo. L. Curry.nrovv Cnb.n bv A,i,irr
Onstein. proxy. Columbia Was the onTy
county not represented.
On motion, the resignation of Mr. Lane
The Committee then proceeded to nom
inate an Elector to fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the resignation of ?Ir. Lane, re
sulting in the unanimous choice of Hon.
E. D. Shattnck. of Multnomah county.
A committee ws.s appointed to wait up
on Mr. Shuttuck and inform him of the
action of the State Central Committee.
Mr. Shattnck was introduced to the
Committee, and after thanking them for
the honor conferred upon him. said that
he accepted the nomination and would
use all honorable means to secure the
election of the nominees of the Iialtimore
and Cincinnati Con ventions.aud he would
go into the fight to win.
At the conclusion of Judge hattuck's
remarks the Committee adjourned.
History Iiepeatinsr; itself A Xut lor
Secretary IJoutv.eil to Crack.
"Washington Cur. of the Cincinnati Coiaine-iia'.
When Secretary then Congressman
Boutwell was one of the prime prosecu
tors iu the impeachment trial of Andrew
Johnson, one of the high crimes and mis
demeanors which he alleged against the
then acting President was that of corrupt
interference with elections. n this th t
he sent agents of the nost office and treas-
ury dejiarlments out in the States
tioiieurii g : and that they made
long tours and multitudinou
half of the President
the s policy
same time drawing governnmnt pay tor
which no oilier services were rendered.
And to make this crime and outrage o!
law more glaring. Boutwell adduced the
instance of two Cabinet officers being
present a, a political convention which
had for its object the organization of a
p.irty to sustain the President's policy, a
tact which lie observed was unparalleled
in the poliiicul history of the country .t In
view of the fact that not only the Secre
tary of the Treasury and Postmaster Gen
eral and Secretary of the Interior, togeth
er with the Commissioner of Pensions.
Auditors, and heads ot rooms without
number have been actively engaged iu
the Ni.rth Carolina canva.-s on behalf of
Grant. Mr. Boutweli's views in the past
on ti is kind of business are wor.h repro
ducing. When Mr. Lincoln first became Presi
dent there wei.e thirty-one Republicans in
the United Slates Senate. Of these Sena
tors six are dead, thirteen are for Grant
and twelve are for Greeley.
Iii St. P.ail's Episcopal Chuii, Oregon
City, O; eg n, Septem'. er .'.th, ls7', by the
U,v. John W. Seliwoo l. M s. Jou A. Atiiey
aid Miss Cauolixe TiiwM.vs all of Orc.ou
A regiil.ir habit of body is absolutely es
sential to physical healtli and clearness of
inii Hei t. Nor is this all. Beauty of person
cannot co-exist with an unnatural condition
of the bowels. A free passage of the refuse
matter of the system through these natural
waste pipes, is necessary to lhr purity of the
body as the free passage of the offal of a
city throngli its sewers is necessary t i the
health of its inabit.uit.i-.
Indigestion is the primary cinse of most
of the diseases of the discharging organs,
ami one of its most common results is eon
s'ipation. This complaint, besides being
dangerous in itself, has iminv disagreeable
c.wicnmituut.s such as an unpleasant breath,
a sallow skin, contaminating blood and bile,
hemorrhoids, headache, loss of memory,
and general debility.
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters remove all
thesa evils by removing their immediate
cause in I he digestive organs, and regulating
the action of the inte-tmes. The combina
tion of properties in this celebrated prepar
ation is one of its chief merits. It is not
merely a stimulant or a tonic, or an anti
billions agent, or nervine, or a blood de
purcnt, or a cathartic, but ail these cira ive
elements judiciously blended in one power
ful restorative. It fends activity and vigor
to the inert and enervated st mach, re
lieves the ailinientary canal of its obstruc
tions, and gives tone to the membrane which
lines it, gentlv stimulates the liver, bracts
the nerves, and cheers the animal spirits.
No other remedy possesses such a variety
cf hygienic virtues. It is to these character
istic virtues that it owes its prestige as a
household mod cine. Experience has prov
ed that it is harmless as it is efficaci us, and
hence it is popular witii the weaker sex as
with the stronger.
Ifostettt-i's Stomach Hitters are sold in
bottles only, and the trade-mark blown in
the !ass and engraved on the label is the
test of genuineness. Beware ot counter
feits. We clip the following from the Troy X.
'-Some tiiree months since Dr. P. V.
Pierce, of Bulltlo. N. V., commenced advci
tising in the ll'liif, an article called 'I)r
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. We believed at
that time it was one of the 1101113- catch-penny
arnuig-meiits to swindle t!e peo.de out of
their money, but during the past few weeks
have became convinced to the contrary.
We know of several prominent citizens who
have siir.-rtd from that loathsome disease
"Catatih." and they pronounce Dr. Sage's
Remedy no humbug, and in several instances
iitve be.-n entirely cured. We desire tj
-ive Dr. Pierce the benefit of the same.
L,. KisiUKIt, 2 and SI New Mer
chants' Exchange, is our authoi ized Agent
J. Da TvlcC, O W AN,
i 11 o t 0 a n A i' II A II T I S T
Is prepared t execute work in the very
best style of the art, at reasonable prices.
Pictures taken at $3 per dozen.
Vieirs of Oresron City tor sate.
Main street, opposite Thos.
c , Ar.,;,,., r .liff.rnia millions of chil-
,.n ,,'rJ.nrin.r SILVER TIPPED S.ioes
YVt.v nut rhev
are the cheanesi ana rce er
-a"r l rmi.rh '-.it the toe. Try them
For Sale bv a'l Shoe Dealers.
The best and mo?t efficient cure known for
. - : ; ? . ! Inn IOV C
rivmsia and indigestion, is Dr. Henley's
Celebrated I X L Hi'
i tiers irv it. uta-j uu-
ii 1 I
vertisement m anotner coim.uh. j"""""
. . J ...... . i n 1 i
Orrpron bodif Xo. 3, I. O. of O. V.
I Afepts every Thursday even
at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
,Iemb?rs of the 'Qr are invited t attend
Parents lessen your Shoe bills two thirds
bv buying only CA1SLE SCREW WIUE
fastened iioots and Shoes. Never rip cr leak.
Ail genuine goods bear the Patent Stamp.
Kebi-cra Ufgrce Lodi?e Ao. -i, O. O. b
(O oj Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree ate inv.ted to
F.IJ,S K-.CA.MP.MKST M. 1, 1
h Meets at Odd Fellows' lla'.l on the
FIRST AXDTHIpI) TUESDAY EVENING
of each month. Patrnrehs ia good stand
ing are iavite l to attend.
Ft-:., s, l72-tf
JIult nomali IjO'I'c X". 1, A. K. an!
a A. 31. llotils its regular enmmunu-a
.tiniw nr tliti First, ami 'I'hir.l '.:-
tiny in each month, at 7 u'clock from
ihe -Joth of September to the )t!i of
March, and 7h o'clock from the -Jotb of
March to the 2oth ot September. .Breth
i-en in good standing are invited to attend.
PeeiO.lsJo, By order of V. M.
For the very bet photographs, go to liiad
ley & Kulofs .n's Gallery without STAlU.--.
ASCEND IN TIIE ELEVATUIl,
Montgomery Street, San Franoijco.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Oliiee, ?;o. Ol Front Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities. cotis-i-ting of POTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
STORES ; also
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Corresnondeiits, in this CITV
and throughout the SIATFS and TERRI
TORIFS, "with great care and on the most
A D VA N T At 1 EO US T E R M S.
HOUSES; nri,i STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTION'S PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of tins OFFTCE in all the
CITIES ami TOWNS in the STATE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY'
aiiupf'irward the same to the above address.
Feb. :;, ls71
C0NFE0TI0NSRY SALOON !
LOUIS SAAL, - - - Proprietor.
Corner of Fnuitli stutl 3Iatn Streets.
'RESII OYSTERS SERVED IN ANY
style desired. Confectionery of even-
kind const intly on band.
I manufacture all my own s'ock, which is
sullicieiit guarantee that it is fresh and pure.
Call if want of a good cup of coti'tc, tea,
or c!io-oI:iie, or anything in my line.
Oregon City. September t lS72:tf
Be it ordained by the Common Council of
That a ferry is hereby established under
and bv viitue of the provis'ons of the 4th
section of an :ct entitled "An act to create
a School Di-trict in Oregon City, passed Jan.
:i ls.vt, as folio.vs: said terry shall be across
the ili-irnette River Let weea Seventh street
fid Oregon City and the opposite shore on
the land claim of t!:e late Hugh liurns.
Sec. The Mayor, in conjunction with
the . omiuittee on Streets and Public Prop
e.ty, are hereby authorized to lease the said
ferry t'-.r t!,e term of one year to some
respoiisil le person who wdl pay the hili -st
price the'efor. The piece '.Is arisi ig from
tile said lease shall be puid iuio the city
treasury t i be a;.!ied to the support of the
Com. not) Schools m Oregon City in accorit
ii ce with the terms of the act above men
tioned. Passed the Common council, Sept. 2, 1S72.
Approved Sept 2, 172.
A. Noi.tnku, Mayor.
In accordance with the above Ordinance,
bids will be received at the Recorder's office
far the purp ses mentioned, until Saturday,
September II, l;s7'J.
"nr ir.vvL m:i:x appointed rvthe iiox.
ounty (.'ourt of Claekam is eountv, Orejrou,
Adiuiinstrator of the estate of William Dalion,
oeee.isi.-u. .vii persons ovvimr smuI estate will
p.t.-ase pay up; ami all persons bavin claims
a-,unst said oslatfj will j.reseat thm,wi;h proper
"'"""is, iu me at me oin. e ot Jlnelat & Warren,
-yiioi n.'vs-at-liiw, t lit -unm ity, Oreiron, within
six moiitlis from the date tf this notic e
JOHN K. I'AUIvKR.
September .".th, 1S72. n low 4
Sale of Real Estate.
VOTICK is IIKUKUY GTVEX THAT 13Y
virtue 4)1 ao onler of the Hon. County Court
.f ( 'laekam is eomity, made at the August term,
1S72, in the matter of the estate of .1. S. Me Am
nion, I will,wu Monday, the 7th day of November,
1S72, at the hour of eleven o'clock at the Court
Hons,; door m Oregon City, ( 'la. kamas eountv,
ir.'gon, sell at pul.lii' auction, t. the highest bid
der, all the r.:L-ht, title ami interest said estate
lias in the foiiowmtr descrilied tract of land to
wit : the L 1-2 ot the N W 1-4. W l-- of tlie N E
1-4. X H 1-1 of S W 1-1 a: X W 1-1 of S V. 1-4 of see.
J2, T S, It 1 fc. Terms of sale, poM coin, one
half cash in hand, theotherhalf j.ayable 0 months
after sale with note and mortiraeff.
Dated ."seifc.ti, 1S72. J. lf. AtoAMMOX,
Administrator of estate of J. S. Meliaiumon.
IS JVllvi, O fhe attention of
Teachers and Amateurs ti Ktnkkl's New
MKTiion foiitiik. Rr.Ki. Ohoax and Melodkox,
which we will issue about September First.
This work is pronounced superior to all oth
ers of its class by Teachers who have exam-
ired it. It, contains a clear and simple course
of instruction whereby one may easily
acquire the mastery of this favorite Instru
ment, with a few month's study. It will al-
1 7 I r r T T T? way be il f " vor-
i1 KJ Li X ii!!. ite'work with the
Teach- r, on account of its clearness ami sys
tematic progression ; more of an amu-ement
tJni.n. a sf'ttiy for the Pupil, and will prove a
minr i f u-c'ltk to the Amateur, on account of
the m.inv ihoice Melodies, Sjngs, etc., that
Mr. Kinket lias selected and airanged ex
pressly tor this work, llinkel's New Meth
od will be mailed, post-paid, on receipt of
-f 2 ."o.
Address, J. L. I'ETERS, I'j'J Broadwav,
Send 30 cents for the latent number of
PETERS' HU3ICAL MONTHLY
and you will jret at least 5t worth of our lat
est and best Voc.il and Instrumental Piano
September Oth, 1S72. m2
By payipgyir' cents extra f r a p;ur of Shoes
you add one dollar to their wearing value.
Savier, LaHoque & Co.,
vr?,Keep constantly on hand for sale
Midtiogs, Bran ami Chickeo Feed.PaCiea
purchasing feed must furnish the sacks.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
J-,i virtue of an exeeution issued oat of the Cir
cuit ( 'ourt of Multnomah eountv, State of Oregon,
on the 27th day of July, IS72, und to me itirec-ted,
in favor of i il. Arnold ami against O. C. Hunt
ington, ieo. Hieinbothaiii and Mary Cuttm r, lor
t lie sum of s-jI.) 0-I'Nj dollars in old coin .disburse
ments and costs, I did on the 3rd day of August,
1S72, for the want of i-rsoual property, levy upoir
all the right, title and interest of Mary Cutting
willow of 1 avid Cutting, deceased- -iu and to the
following described real estate, to-wit : east halt"
of donation claim of David Canting and wife, de
scribed iu not ifieatiou Xo. 7,292 and papers there
with eoime.-ted on tile iu the Laud Oiiii-e in Ore
gon Citv, bein part of sections Xo. iii, 17, 2i and
21, in T'i! S, It 2 K; said half beim.' determined
by a line running north 2j deg., M niin. west,
e-'.ntainiiig 321 12-100 a.-ivs, and the dower right
of said willow in the West hull' of said land claim,
to satisfy the said exeeution. I will sell at pub
lie auction, to the highest bidder, for gold or sil
ver i-oiii, in hand paid, on Saturday, the 14th day
of September, 1X72, at the Court House door in
Oregon City, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, all
the right, title and interest of said Mary Cutting
in ami to the above described real estate or so
much thereof as will satisfy said execution.
Oregon City, August 14th 1S72.
A. F. HEDGES, Sheriif.
15 v C. F. 15 RATI E, Deputy.
JEW YOjUv HOTEL,
No. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship lauding, Portland, Ou"gon .
H. R0THF0S, J.J. WILKEKS,
Board per Week ?500
" " with Lodging 6 00
" " Day I 00
. X. POPE,
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Main Strett, Oregon City, Oregon,
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES.
COFFEE, TEA , SUCAR,
FLOUR AND MlOALof all kinds,
PICKLES, SO. I SALT,
CANNED FRUITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
PUTTER. CHEESE and EGOS.
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
All kinds of country Produce taken in ex
change for goods at tlie highest market rates.
. I-;"7"Goods delivered iu the city free of
charge. A fair she.re of patronage solicited.
March 2:1, ls72:tf
THE I'OhLOWixo MUSIC-15(JOKS
are rei,-ciinmended as being- tti 15 EST
of th jir class :
The Song Echo, for Schools...
Kinkel's Xew Method for Heed
Organ will be ready Aug. 20,
I'eters' Eclectic Piano Sch.l, (
over 3t)0,ooo eopii's in use, )
I'oters' liurr. .v.'es' Prini'T
Worrall'ti Ouitar School-
Festival Chimes, Singitig classes
Xe This Ultra (dee Look, with (
Piano or Or-ran Ae'p'mt )
Lad'leu's S.hool for the Voice..
I'eters' Art of Singing
Wiehtl's S'iolin Seli'l.I'eter's ed.,
Kummer's l-'tute Sehi'Hil
Wimmerrtedt's Violin School. . .
Wimmei-stedt's Flute School...
I'eters' Violin School
I'eters' Flute School.. :
I'eters' I'arlort 'ouipanion. For
Fiute, Violin, and Piano,
l'e'ers' i'arlor Caaiiiauion. For I
lTute and Piano, )
Any Music will be sent postpaid,
on receipt of tlie marked price. Ad
dress. j. l. rrrrups, :m n-oaiway,
BEST REMEDY FOR
DYSP2PSIA, IUDIGESTIOIT, BILIOUSKESSi
LOSS Cr &??nTZ AMD ISACTiCN C? THE LIVES.
Are neknowleilsei! to Le tlie most wholesome
and etlieient of Tonics and Kecnt eratives
liKAI) I'UVsIClA.NS' C'JrOlXIJ-H'ATES on back of
None ppnniae without our Trade Mark blown
on the Lottie.
To sell other than the pnuine article out of
our bottle is ,v criminal 4.tlense, and we shall,
when detected, prosecute such parties to the full
exteut of the law.
il. EPSTEIN" Co., Sole Proprietors,
5IS Front sU S. I'.
LIVE A XI) LET LIVE!
THE OREGCX CITY HACK AND DRAY CO.
HAVING PURCHASED The
Livery Stock and Business
of Mes"-,rs. Vili.is & PitorcnTox,
and the Drays, Horses and Lusnus-i ol C. N.
G KKKNM an , are now prepared to ca'ry on
We will also deliver slab wood to all those
persons to whom Willis it Rroiiiihton have
engaged and as many more as will engage
slab wood from us, so far as we can get a
Orders left at. the Livery Stable for Wood,
Draying or Hauling, will be attended to with
dispatch. Pat'onage in our several branches
of business solicited. Our Charges tUall
JTSThe Highest Ca-h Price paid for Oats
delivered at the Stable.
C. N. (iREENMAN, P.csiden
J. M. F 11 A Z E R, Secretary,
Of O. C. II. & D. Co.
Oregon City, Aug. 23, 1S72. tf.
DR. HUFELAN D'S
S "W'l. s s
The I'irst and most healthful Tonic
ever introduced in the United States.
B These Hitters have
G been in the San Fran
P cisco Market fur over
jM 1 v-nty Years, and
(J tiotwithst.indins the
n many new candidates
i r l . ... ..
.-r puoiic lavor, xne
saies nave const. ntly
TAYLOR & BEX
EEL, Sole Agents,
40!) and 411 Clay St.,
San Francisco. 2i-lr.
For SAUi. We have a supply of deeds
mortgages and other legal blanks oo
h' t and for sale.
CH AS. H. GAUF8 ELD,
CORXEIt MAIN" AXD SEVENTH STKEETS.
OREGON CITi", OREGON,
CROCKERY and GLASSAWRE.
Also, a full assortment of
Milliner' and Fancy Goods
OF TliE LATEST STYLES,
JUST R EC E I V E D.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Oregon City, June 21st, 1872. tf
JUST RECEIVED PA
HAVE JEST IIEDE1 VED A COMPLETE
and well-assorted stock of
AM) GEXTlEJtE.V? Fl'IiXISlHXli GOODS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
Call and examine my stock before purchas
Produce Taki.ii in ExrJian for Goods.
Main street, Oregon C'ily,
Dr. B. R. FREELAT-2D,
DOOM 2 DEKUM'S RUlLDINti, CORN
IV er First and Washington Sts., Portland.
Nitrous Oxide administered. n2otf.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO SELL
i bis property in Oregon City will sell
at a bargain, to a po.id purchaser.
A'.so 4 town lots in Canemah, with good
Also 2 town lots in lower end of Oregon
City; also K;o of land km.wn as the carna
tion laad claim of Win. Stone, 8 miles
southeast of Oregon City, with some im
provements, thinly timbered, no under
growth, go d lasting water
."Inquire at County Clerks office.
J. M. FRAZER.
Oregon Citv, May Oth, 1872. vtJn'Js,
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Main Street, Oregon City-
13H BILLIARD TABLES in Oli EGOIS
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites tne attention ot the lovers ot this
popular amusement to them
THE B A 11 1 S S UP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anJ
cigars, rseoieii, jrisn ami Hourbon already
famous Whiskies and Punch.
ALSO) A XO. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, 1872:tf
LI HO C L NB A K E R Y.
WILLEAfcrlS & HARDIMG,
.WE JUST OPENED A FULL VARIE-
ty of choice
The Pakery will be constantly supplied
P R E A D , C R C K E R S,
CANDIES AND NUTS.
All of which 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 farming trade we wonld say, CASH
for you. produce, and CASH for our goods.
(roods delivered to all parts of the city
Feb, 10, 1872:tf
pi".' SlII-.MtV I1UM11EL,
Havimr purchased the al
es toinform the public that he is now urenar
A s trood as can lip nht.iinnii n . -i,. : n.
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled
$1,000 IX TIIKCIi: MONTHS.
A GENTS CAN MAKE THE APOVE
X. amount by selling the Greatest Rook of
the -Age, the
STRUGGLE OF '72.
The issues and eanai.lA(p.a if t,a r...,, ....
political campaign, Jixfory and Platform,
lieview of (Jraxt's ArlministrMti.i ti.t..
, r. .. ' ........... UCf
ord of Horace Cheeley, by Everett Cham
beilain. formerly of tb. ri. ;,..,,. v...-,
Ihe illustrations are drawn expri-ssly for the
work- by Stephens. Entirely original. The
finest, both humorous and grave. If 3-ou
want to make money send One Dollar for
outbt. and secure territory at on.-e. Terms
w ,",,,r."ishe1 on appHcatfon. Address A. l.
BAM'UOFT 4Vi CO., ,t Kruncisco,Cal.
Good Cable Screw Wire
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Last as long again as
any other kind.
A nOfJT THE MIDDLE OF JULY, ON
IX. the Clackamas, a liglt-l:iy mule,
with whit saddle marks on each side f the
back ; with a Spanish brand on left-l.ip.
Any person pivina: information which will
lead to the recovery of the mule will be suit
ably rewarded by leaving said information at
Oregon City, Aug. 3, 1&72. w3
DH. VAX DEX BEKGH'S WORM
Svrup for Caildren- A. IL Bell, drug
gist is agent for this invaluable remedy at
Oregon City. Pelt & Johns, agents for the
manufacturers, Salem, Oregon.
ESTAIJL.ISIIED ------ 1858J
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
of Oregon City, ami the Willamette
alky, that be is still on baud, und doing
business on the old motto, that
"A Nimble Six-Prnre UbrtUr than at
I have just returned from San Francisco,
where I pui chased oi;e of the
i.akc;i:st and ni:sT sl:i.i:ctei
Stock of Goods
ever before offered in this city ; and consist
in part, as follows :
Boots & Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every
Description, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oils,
Sash & Doors.Q,ueens
Chinawarc, Stoneware, Platedware,
qualities A styles,
Clocks & Wat ches La
dies & Gentlemen's Furn
i&hing Goods, Fancy Notions
of every description, Patent Med
icines, Rope, Farming Implement
of all kinds, Carpets. Kattings,
Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, &c.
Of the above list, I can sav my stock is the
MOST COMPLETE ever offered in this mar
ket, and was sleeted with -sjif riwl tart for ,
tliis nnii Kn. All of which I now t tier for
sale ot the q
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buv goods for
I am DEI ERMINKD TO SELL CHEAP and
not allow myself to be
nDEKSCLD IX THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask, is a fair chance and quick pay
ments. Believ ng, as I .jlo, that nineteen
years' experience in Oregon Citv enables me
to Know the reqirenients of the 'trade.
Come one and all, and see for yourselves
that the old stand of
cannot be beat in quality or price. It would
be useless for me to tell you all the advan
tages I can offer 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 ex a ruin
for yourselves, for I do not wish to make any
mistakes. My object is to tell all my o'd
fiieuds now that I am still alive, and de?; -ous
to sell goods cheap, for cash, or on such
terms as agreed upon.
Thanking all for the liberal patronage
Main street, Oregon Citr.
:3?Legal Tenders and fjounty Script
taken at market rates.
Z7ZO,000 lbs wool wanted bv
THOS. CHARM AX.
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE-
C. C. WATT.
SUCCESSORS TO STITZEL & UPTON.,
Cor. Front anil Washington St.,
Special attention friven to Hip bsIa nl form (
ing lands and city property. All corres
..(.. lull-... .-..I.....,.- . . . . 1 . j ..
ru..ui.ibc .cioiiug m 1 ue recourcea OI Ure
gon will be promptly answered-
REAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of charge te
, JACOB STITZEL A CO.
March 15, 3872:tf
i LA TE OF THE CLIFF JIOUSE
MAIN' STREET, OREGON CITV, OKEGOX.
X-itu U.M)l.njlLr. tU I! Jt.
spectfully announces to bis
friends and the t 10
that he has re-onenrrf th. .iI.a.o
csutomers with Ovstpis Pio' Vt nnA
VUT i vouee or a olju Alth RI lA 1..
Oregon City, Jan. 27, lS71:tf
A VOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
JTX. discretion, causing nervous debilitv,
premature decay, Ac, having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple mean
of self-cure, which he will send free to hie
fellow sufferers. Address J. II. REEVES,
73 Nassau st., New York
Sept. 1 :y
. . , .
Carriage Manufactory I
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, al the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as many new fines as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the Tery
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort ol a vehicle frevi a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Blacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
generaLjobbing neatlv, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMITH. ,
Opposite Excelsior Market