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" .r0NS.Cl:itkainaH county carni'd ofi'
U ' , ibc ribbons :it the State Fair
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Trb Factory of tins city received
1 lit; 1 . . ,
r firpst wnodwnro. Caiit.
FrtriJ the second premium on a
1 i,, ,.-. miiiin on a siiori noru i.mn
J ii c.i;.tl "tM-n-ral Sherman, ?? calved
)'r L7 If"""- b!(Ml b-v the owner, and
l!;t.3 i pounds. Mr. Crawford has
n'u'e "round a cow named Whitney."
Yfieh is somewhat noted for her milking
uu-dities. averaging forty pounds of mill;
j er day. over live gallons.
(V,.j:.si: Cami Dkstkoyed Last I ri
i v ni"bt a Chinese camp was invaded j
by" a lot of -young bloods" and literally
,it,eved. The Chinamen had erected
1-u'l- "hnig lllc' i'1'1'"'01"1- j"st "n(ler ti"
, r th.. bluff, and the boys thought
Id be a -,iod joke to roll roeLs
down on them and tear in.- nuts uown.
This ihev did very effectually. We have
heard it intimimated that the railroad
company talked of prosecuting the par-
,ies en-aged in tms innocent .
We 'o not like Chin itnen any oeuer u.an
ve tuicht. yet we think as they are per- j
t.rfted to come here, they iesei e me (ro- j
tec-ion of our law-, i hey aie umng
more to injure our city than all the other
,-vils tiiat could be encompa -seu ia one
Gone Rack: ox HiMSKi.r. The lion. L.
T. Darin, Representative from this county,
and whom we reported hist week as having
introduced a bill in the House authorizing
t'es citv to vote thirty thousand dollars
i . o i .. ;,.. ci'oiidiKidii lirid re neros '
the U illainette river at this place, has had j
.1 I... fi-ic 1 ,i,.rl i ;i iVI, m,l
ii reacuon. iuai m n- "- .. i
that according to agreement made prior
to his election;'.') he must not do any thing
that the -ring" does not approve; hence.
we had him 1'uhiing his own bill. 1
Gr.r.ui.KV Dt-.KT. Mr. N. II. Trnlliuger
has presented us with the finest and larg
-.-V,heet of the season. It is of the Gree
ley variety, and weiirhs fen pounds. M:.
T. is not to he behind in the vegetable
Lne. hence the Chuppa'pa vegetable.
He alo thinks that as the beet is a suc
cess he c an liel its namesake -raise" to
i'ie I'resi.i.-uey. when vegetables instead
of --bull pups" will be the production of
the White House Brigade.
Ciiurs. Last ?Ionday evening a cir
cus, composed of all the remnants ol the
last half dozen bioken-down circuses
that have hiunbuired the people ol (ire-
goii for the hist ten years, performed lo a
fair crowd in ihisciw. Tlo- la-rl'ormance
taken alltogetiier was a -sell.'' and we
are s-n rv thai our people are to be con-
T . ,. l.il. !
inually liutnbiige.l by such catch penny j
IxsrmrriX'J Com mi i tkk. - The Conuniltee
appointed by the Legislature to inspect
the work of constructing the Canal and
i - . i ,i. . . I., .a M,i;i,!-ii-
locks exauiuoo i m- .-.u.a- i.o-i ' :' '
an I we mi terstooij Lie lamimino:. a
il I. I , 1 -i 1 ii i ii i n .1 : i - ivi'l'l' S:l. i
1 1 iii i ii ii i ! v were sat I
t ii -ii u .1 iii'i'ii-i i -j" ' - . I
i.stied the Locks are being coiis'.i ucteo i
according to contract
M';-:K"iI l:iT. i
this tity addressed a large auuience in i
Foitland la.st Saturday right.
'it V, e have ;
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.st. a nci u ? - v . i.i nil. u o i i oi ii . . , . v - v ...
Mi'chell. (Liitield,-. Capb
llhej- ;ot ill'.
pei iuvmed at that ;
liii'UV. Dully fo" Cia hamas Imy.
Tin: Da.nci-:. Tuesday eve foum
1 one of !
the jollyist crowds of youngsters, at the j
i.ince in Mvors" ISall that could be scared I
ip in Oregon (City.
The music was excel- i
nt : en ; i v
i i... i. .a;..., i l, th.. ,r,.o! em.-Mi
ntieniive; and ev'ei ybod v seemed to be I
-We do not wish our reader?
Cm ;: rive
to the thin?; that because two of our allot-
. : .1 tliimhr thev in-
lie S -Vt'lf i;t llllCt net: ...O.OK..-J .
tend lo f.-ii: courtinc:: !k"V wi!! attend to ;
i;;v coaitnig"' that may demand their ;
Our devi! has been si ruck wi'h light-
: that is he has had the mtsiortun
to los-e his -sweet-heart."' It was a
I'.em tt-llrf ll.al oi'l u. "e mm-. on
f.-pinior of anyone that would rob a devil
of his -love."-
DcNTisruv. Our young fiiend Langdoiv
Caldwell has gone to Portland to b-.n-u
the art t-t extracting teeth. with Dr. J
We,ch one of the best Dentists on the
X'o Watchman. At a meeting of the
Common Council list Monday evening
that body refused to employ a night,
watchman. They think money can be
expended in more profitable ways-.
Fa!K. We acknowledge the receipt of
complimentary ticket to the Ulaifce
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(County Fatr, Washington , e.ii.ory. which j
took place on the Dili, 1 Oth and lllh of j
Stiioor,. The school at the Seminary is i
iii-n!'ti.c.-!!;(r Hn.dv: the oresent (itutrter l
will close in four weeks. The school is
under the control of Profs. Macrum,
Morelar.d. Nicholson and Miss C;?ufield.
Ri.vo A nice lit'le lady's gold finger
ring was found in the hall adjoining this
ofiice last Wednesday morning. The
owner can have the same by calling.
EinruNKP. Theodore Clark, late boss
in t'au finLb'mg room of the O. C. Wookm
Factory, returned last W dne-sday from a
short sojourn in "Frisco.
Fo;: Oi.YMi-iA. Mrs. V. C. Dement,
long a resident of this city, left on
Wednesday for Olympia, where she goes
0 ia quest of health.
Pk(;iu-:e Mektinu. There w ill be a de
gree meeting in the f. 0. G. T. hall this
eveniug; all degree members are request
ed to be oresent.
pigiiSovAi.. II. II. Kiucaid, editor of
he Fugoiic Journal, was in town last Mon
day. He -was elcik of the 'smelling lock
Cai.i.kd. Mr. A-Xoluu-r editor of the
ICn'tkrckisi-: called on hs the forepart of
the week, but returned to Salem Tuesday
Kkuuiocs. Lev. H. Gerry will preach
in the Methodist church next Sunday
F'vOsty. For the past few mornings
our city Jus felt a sl'g'it tince of frost.
' o!l bull ot tl;e.i.ovons siock;
'""n.vens an- eomddcred among the best
i'iU a'e deep red. and, like the Ahler
,h..v -ire strongly marked with their
"c-VS;-;Vi..s Mr. 1). B. Crawford took
v.oixkctinc, J axks. The Sheriff of this
coanf j piv.s noiice that he be. in ror-
1 con nr h v nnntr in t.r -, i
for the purpose of collecting State and
county tax. as fellows: Catieinah. Xov. 0
Ma rsh field Nov. 11 ; Milwaiikie. Nov P
Oswego, Nov. 13; Ttmi.uin, Xv.' U:
Pleasant Hill; Nov. 15; Union. Nor. 1(1
Canhv. Nov. 18: Lower Molalla. Nov.
1!); Marquam's. Nov. 20: Upper Molalla.
Nov. 21: Cuttings. Nov. 22: leaver
Creek. Nov. 23:' Harding's '"V,v V
Spiing Water. Nov. 20; L;ig!e Creek',
Nov. 30; Oregon City. Dec. 2."
Co.vgkkcjatiox.u. Association-. From
the printed minutes before us of the last
meeting of this association , we find the
Meowing statistics which may be of in
l,'I''st .'i1 our n':,ders: Church member
ship, 373; admissions during the past
year. 30; dismissed. C; deaths, a:
baptised, KJ; Sabbath School scholars.
703; amount raised for Home mi-sions,
i'ldh So; Foreign Missions. So7 20: Pas
tors support. .? -1.37 OS!; other obj.-ets.
Oli'Jl: Churches. 9; No. ministers. 8:
iveraget attendance at public worship'.
Oi i . ii - . 1 1
0;$ preaching btaiions, 1.
Lkttku. Wo desire to call the utten-
tion of our readers, who have not had a
chance to visit the Canal and Locks, to a l'x!"J-:nro-h'tter
from the' Oreyrvnan i.ublW.ed on I ?U"" wl' .,1'JiIro
ohm in ira-gei ut this issue: it is an lunar- I
tial description of the works. j
i't.fxi). Mr. J. A. Mooie found a new j
shawl llit. a,,,.,.,,,,,,, o . 1
Clackamas bridge last Mmday; the own-
ei can nave the same Oy calbng on him
and t roving property.
The Chaaipions of the lied Cross meet
on Wednesdav i-v,.niM,r, ir, n,, t rw: t :
,, " , . n I
1 ul npnili.il- v.i.. .1 ..
and ere long they will crowd the Good
Ki::x;.s. Fverybudy that lias noth
ing else to do is now. getting married:
fullr ,bi l'-'l all not yet
reported. Go it while you're y
Councilman W. L. White, lairolling
(.lerk m the Senate, paid a visit to this j
city last Saturday afternoon.
iT.i.o. ue tii'
lyeo going to pres a ,
few hours in order to get the latest elec
Mr. D. V. Thompson is again at work
surveying at the Grand Itonde Keserva-
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looking we'll and heart v
Dr. F. W. Diddle, Dentist, of Forilaitd,
is in town.
apbic CM civs
atc.h sa-.s our Government v. i
vj,,0,.,,s nn,j decisive action for nro-
tecting our Texan boutidai ic.-; from incur- '
si-ins of Mexican srueg'eis and iobbei
Sax Fi:AX"ii'n. ;ct. 7. I I e ;.il'..ii-of t'ie !
evenint; is the Libera! Greeley deiuoustra- j
v. ere lighted upon the
1 U 12" ,
adiug to the place of ui"Ct
n; an ca:eiie.-. rockets and
( ..n,. iU-vvn v vl
.;eu tii p: oi a- -
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S (el. 'I ! .1 1' : 1 V 'I s:i I ,S til l to
tc ,-,., s In wi'pe
Streets to wi'O.oss the process!
S'tLk:-- ( )
S!.t Lakk. (let. S.- ! idcr IMchards. ia l
! lhe Mormon Con t'eree. Co to ii - v e-i i, , i
j peiqile against the v. lies o! the enemy
i of the Kingdom, and especial! v against
.j,. ?eheo!s. and advised them not to
sc;ol their oi-tsi n to Gent! It- schools.
1'Muhaui oU!l- tollowed. S-t.VOlg tie
Lriuham You no: tol lowed, s-tviiig ho d'df-
fl ou !.: the s ';.ke1 . ami sua.
I! see's f.r establishin-r
vet i i I Vi-waro mi ni.
ii.Ti M-mi-: ,' h.-t. S. Yeslei d iy afieruf n
r was strnc-k bv
t ti f 1 1 ' n ir ou-iii'r
the reiiears-.il of 1'h-
F-;;.IJc; - ',,' )f was torn itit
ipiiimr parsed (town
'he g t- pipe into the building and idong
t le tout- ::rii s. rseveta- a i rs vve -e sii-rtu-
ly stunned, but none seriously injured.
! icrontA. Get !t S':s: atC received
lode from New Westminister atr. ounce ;
the smallpox as h.-v:nLr broken out, tie-ie j
Cn:u;o, (.!( t J). t tie j i lOHiit: C0iiee!es
Fen us v 1 ;.i; ia. and (ihio to the Ieubli-
I: claims Leli i:ra. which is doubt-
Xk'-v Yo::k.Oc!. 9.-
mood dispatch has p. !eii(r from ('barb--
t O'Connor to James I. von, of that citv.
d a'e-1 Sep'-uiber ::t)ih, in which O'Connor
I Siivs hi' las not tmp.eated any alteration
in Ins resolve not to i;e a canal ia;e as
set, lofdi in his communication to the
Nkw Voi;k. Oct 1). The Trlb
rib iin! savs:
We have been ei e t -d out of Pennsylvan
ia have itiade gains in ( iiiio. but not
ei'iongii to carry lhe Slate, and have noth
ing discouraging from Indiana.
CowAKid.v Ass.,! i.T. We take follow
ing in relation to an a'lray which took
p. lace in Salem last Vi'edr.esday evening
horn (l e Mi-renry of yesterday : "Last
evening between six and seven o'clock, a
most dastardly attack was made upon Mr.
j-Ctigene Setnple. State Printer. The affair
occailial as loliows. so far us we aio able
to obtain the facts : James D. Fay had
srmo words with a gentleman from Fort-
land, of an unfr endly eha'.-ncter. but they
were separated bv bystanders, and each
J !l()r;,y :vr:,;,v:n,l ,onu.
p(.i5on went into tl;" d'ming room of the
Cliemeketa Hotel and informed some per-
sous seated at. a tabic that a person ,ut-
;(j( T;!S )K.kiug use language derogatory
n the character of Mr. Fa v. Janus II.
Lapper.. Chief of Police of Pcriland im
mediately announced his. dofermination to
stop the mot
th of the individual who was
bold enough to say aught of Mr. Fay, and
immediately started out of the hotel. On
the opposite corner from the hotel, in
front oi the Mairno'.ia Saloon he met Mr.
Seiu pie who had taken no part in the pre
vious controversy made some remaik to
him. r?f which we are not informed, and
struck him w ith his cane forcing Mr. Scru
ple into the Saloon, Mr. S. had however,
apparently got the better of the Chief.aud
would probably have given him note -ban
he anticipated, when Fay and Trevitt. a
rcs'nieti; of Wasco countv. appeared and
j comnM.nred an assault upo'n '.Mr.
-emple th-n fjuit Lappeus and went after
Fay, but the odds were too much for him,
ami nitrites interfering ended the a Hair.
There can be no doubt that the attack was
pre-arranged, as the two accomplices of
Lappeus were inside, the Saloon almost
immediately upon the attack, and used
their weapons vigorously until prevented
"The only comment we shall make at
present is that when men are compelled
to descend to the degrading alternative of
resorting to a cowardly attack upon a per
son and that too. with the odds of three
to one who may be opposed to them up
on certain measures, it is evident that
their projects must be in a desperate con
dition, and unworthy lhe support of hon
Een. Puttier says he swjjre an oath that!
bis right hand might forget its cunning;
when he forgot the wrongs of the colored i
men of the South. When Den's haDd
forgets its cunning' it will he when
spoons and silverware are placed beyond
licforra in the CYation.
jne giiai question in the coming Ftps-
idential election is. Shall there be reform !
in the National Administration? !
at. . a
On the one side, Horace Greeley js ;
the candidate who represents bos'Piiv to i
p.:blic robbery and corruption. Jlissuc-I
cess wm mean that the public business I
shall hereafter be managed by honest men', j
who will not tf...ii
ouue, nor ai;ov
sitaiing or bribery in others.
On the other side. Ulysses S, Grant
.ejoe.cu, puouc robbery (o a boundless
extei't the ib f . -i ,' 1
x, m. inc . ab. ol ofiices by members of i
his family, and the management of the j
penning Lieswell. and the men whom !
George Francis Train and Oakes Ames !
bribed to put through the law ol l.o'L
which at one b!ou- (, riu r..i.;i 1
. , , ;
hi twenty-seven millions of public money, j
ana wimtin 1N,1 passed the iniquitous
amendment to the Army Appropriation
w hich took a million and a half in cash
from fhe treasury, and relieved them
lU I'"rt'M'nt tlat,-'1' of investigation and
reform and honesty
" l!! '-r lree;ev
Those who pieter" public robbery, cor-
ruptioii nepoUMn present-taking". lh-
''ocry ol bougies.-, and the foul r-:gn of
(U-praViiy ami ir.nid wid vote lor ..rant. t
Hut it is not m. ivlv tlu'se two catidid-
tlU.f u,!fi ,H. causo wj;icl, t.ach 1Vpri.sel,ts
that this eleciiou will pass upon. Abovt
11, t!ie Aineiicnn peoph; aie on tii il, and
le verdict will be rendered in November. I
t ,. ,i , , - ii , i
ave they virtue and m.ellige-ice enough ;
to J-'liW '''' treasury against ofhcia
robbers, to keeii theii leK-is!atioa pure
.. 1 1
Iroiii bribery, and to prevent the iaial
consequences which must follow upon the
sapping and roMing away of the verv foun-
(ia!lo!ss of mora :tv and m'ei't l! v iiin.-.iur
themselves? This is the great iue now i
to bo decided. It is an issue hose im- j
portanee iufiuiiely transcends all personal j
con.-ideiauoris regarding candidates, and i
all predilections and piejudtees for or
against i idier political party. On which j
side will the maiorii v of Ami-rican cit;-ns
be found w hen this great judgment comes
l,j be recorded? A". 1. S ot.
I C .i,i,i,'.i l I l U.i.i..,. V,,..!, C.,,.,i i
v. -o.,., ,
una. w ho was one ol Uatuweii saovocates ;
:n the fast canvass has taken l no stump
for Jreelr-y and Frown.
- - . ,
At the residence of t he hi ide's mother, in !
this citv. October 7, 17-', bv Rev. F, ( Jerry . j
.;u CtiAKLKS E. Wai;;;i:s- and Mi.vi Fi.i.i:. !
Safk.u;.ns - a!! of this ci'y.
The 'print'." were remembered by the
i hanpv brtdecroom in the pre-ei.tatioa of a
i box of choice havac.as; ar.d we all, from
t . .....
levil i, own ta editor, "puhed to the hcaltu
tue newiv ma
husband arid wif
unite in wishi -g them a j lea-ant journey
'deuce of lhe bride's mother,
in '-h'scify, Oct d)-,' s. 1S7. by Rev. Jk, D.
j l.oeov, lion.!,. T. Maimn and Miss Jo.-i.i'iitNK
ll.u:!i::a;-all of Oregon City.
C;rns!iaien's of Mr. an 1 Mrs. Ihnin n-eciv-
of delicious we-ldi u -jr cake.
I a 1 i icuc
CO of Charh s Stoker, Scjit.
C-iackamas co :ii y, Oregon.
ln this cl-anai-iibLe climate not hi tin is
more i -upo-tat; t llim orv f. et ; lnadth a-;d
I if. depend oil it ; th. leVore l.uv CAoLE
SCKEW WIRE le.ois and shoes never leak
or rii. .
It lius so lMt i-;-d ttiansands t- witness
the benelicial eti'-cis wh'en result Ir-una use
of Wist i:'s B m.sam or Wi rn Ciikukv. Con
S'UUi" i;.n ) aches its diea'h-il strenutli
throtiiih neglected c dels. These eo'ds may t
be eouiph.-ieiy cured by the use of ibis j.rep-
araii-.n, as al-i- the many i' l ias ol bronchitis, '
ml other di-trcssing ac-
eomp.u. iuients of cMisnmpf r-n.
There was a man in oar town
And he v;:- wonproe.s wise,
lie had ;i pain from ear to ear,
Another ! a twi ce, his eves;
Au-1 when he saw la' had (Catarrh,
Wi'h. all his might and main
He purchased Safe's Remedy
And had his health a .rain.
i It i-i i Pc din". .isfs everywhere.
Old 'J'fcitigs Hiivo Passt-l Away.
This is at least true of the eld method of
treat in.' the long abated and much abused
human body. 1 is no longer consipered wise
to put a patient t lhe torture in order to
eure him of a disease in which pain is alr-ady
umlermmhig the energies of his system.
True science ranges itself on the fide of
lia'ute, and endeavors to assist her ir. her
fight against discr.se. This is the province
of Hoste'iter's Stomach Bitters, the most ap
proved toioc ever advertised ia tl is cou-iiry.
It ma" be recommended -as a fail medicine,
par excellence; for it is in the fall that bil
iousness, dyspepsia and inaluLu-s fevers
si re especiaTy prevalent. The frame, cx-
fausted by lhe heat of summer, is relaxed
urn! Je bleat its close, and requires, we mav
mm- .(-iiiu iii---, art.lieial assdManee. A (lord
it 'that assistar.ee in occasional doses of llos-
ti tcr's Stomach B.ttois, and tee eviis reterr-
ed t i iiiav l e escaped, Tlir ugh out the fat
West, and ou the steaming alluvial of J Le
Southern rivers, id! the vntieties of periodi
ca! ft-vfr aie pn bd.lv ri ,"e to day. Had a
coeiveo lliost..tei's Bitteis been commerced
by the Milhjrers p. uioidli age, ., before the
i-j-da allhv feasi'-n set. in, s--ven- ights of
them word-.! in all piobability be in their i
nniiil heatth at the present, time. So much j
tor want. - i ioreeiiM
mucb for not
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best saiegnara against epmeuiic and eiu.emi-
1. 1 c ii : a ' " - '' "s-. , - " - o. .............
As I'oeks of imposicrs and imitators are
Irvine- to follow in lhe wake of the g-eit
"eeri-.n leme-lv, therefore be sure that I on.n, at j.ul.iie uuefi-.n. to the iiig.i.-st 'i-l-i!ie'ertic:e
you buv is eeimine and verified i der, all tie- li.ht, title and interest sail estato
lilt ..in. . u - t....rt-e le has in the toilowuar d- s.-iil.ed tia.-t oi land, to
by the proper tr.uio-m.ri,. e t; lie ,.it.ele ; .-l i.,,..t t!i0 N. w. t-t. V. 1-2 of the X.
can old v be rlaiiuud m hottos. beware o. I v. . j.j,,t s. AV. 1-1 and X. VS. 1-4 of S.
the spui'iou-5 bitters sol I by the gallon or in j i;. l-t'Jf See. -2. T. a S., K. 1 .!'..
Jior Terms of s tl.-: p-I.h-"i:i; oa.-half cash in hand.
Symptoms f lilvcrComiihilnt ami of
criie ol ic Iis--s st-s rrmltuni by it,
A sabow or yellow color of .-kin, or yellow
ish brown spots on the faeo and other parts
of the bopv ; dit'C-ness and prowMiu ss wita
n"eiuent headache ; dizziness, bitter or bad
iaste ia moulh. dryness of throat and inter
nal heat ; pdpitation, in many cases a ry,
teasing -conglt, with sore throat; uns'ea-lv
a-ioeti?e, a rais-e.g of food, and a choking
sensation in throat : di.-tre-s, heaviness, or
bloated or lull feeling about stomach and
sides, pain in sides, back or brea-t, and
ab-.uit .shoulders ; colic pain si rid soreness
through bowels, with hear ; constipation, al
tercating with frequent attacks of diarrhea;
piles, fiatuler.ee, nervousness, cohlaess of
extremities; rush of blood to bead, wito
svitminms of ant'Oidcxy. numbness ot limbs,
e'so'-eiullv at nisrbt; cold chilis alternating j
vvYtii hot flashes. "kidney and urinary dtiiicul- j
fes- female weakness and irregularities.
with dullness, low spirits, nuhociaoui.y unu
eloomv foiebo.iings. Only a few of the
above'svmptoms are likely to be present m
auv ca'se at one time. All who use Dr.
J'ierce's Golden Medicrd Discovery f-r hvr
comnhunt and its complications are loud in
it's draises. So'd by all druggists every
where. Not eve. v one can be President, but all
can buy SILVER TIT FED Shoes for their
eLildico and thereby les-eu ti.e.r ,a.oi una
lWy0V!sale by all Dealers.
Parents lessen vour Shoe bilD two thirds
bv buying oaly CABLE SCREW WIhE
fastened Hoots and Shoes. Never up or loux-
AH cenuine goods bear the Patent Stamp.
G?o. R. Helm, of the Democratic Electoral
Ticket, will address the people cf Eastern
Oregon on political questions at the follow-
times and places:
Vcltlu, Thursday, Octc
October 2d, at 1 j
October CJ, at 1 o'clock I
aturday, October th, ut 1 j
The C re. Monday. Octol er 7th. at niht i I
Fnirn Town, TuesdaT , October 6t!i. at 1 1
o'clock p. in.
IJaker City, edncsUay. October tth, ut 1 I g
n P' l"' - , ' , . w
Li Dora.h), Thursday, Oct.. oer lc, at imrlit.
Canvun City ar.d the Dulles, to be ana.-
Fleotors, can join me in discussion if thev
To protect the understanding of hmmiuit v
itliiiur there is I ke leather fastened toge'.h"-
it uv c.ii'i., nr. i ii nvr,. Jioots and
Shoes mace in this way never rip, or leak or
coine a pa; t.
For the very best photographs, go to P.rad i
ley Rulofson's Gal'eiy wiih.-ut STA11L-- i
lT ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 4-'i !
M'uit .roniei v Street. San Francisco. !
FA t.I,S F.AfAMPJJK.VT AO. 4,1 V. O. !
Meets at Odd Fellows' Had on the j
FIPST AND THIRD TUESDAY EVENING
of each ne.nth. Patrnrchs in good stand-
u.r an. i,1Vited to attend.
1-el. t--, 1 72:t;
2l II O T i: M I'll A E! T 1 v
, YT- U T? W0'11 5n VCI'
oe-t s.vie oi : he ai t, at reasonable prices,
jWograph takJn at -0 per doJen
aoi s oi ureyon i n v lor sale.
Rooms On Main i-trcct, o;)jo-ite Thos.
Clianium's btore. aug.'jotnl
Oregon Lodge .No. 3, I. O. f O. I-".
sSgipu ",octs eveI'' lhursday even
hl at 7 '-','!'-,t-. Odd Fellow's
' '' Hall, M tin s eet.
Members of the Order are iuvited to attend
! order. .V.
Ut-Iet-eu lirgree Jjcsgc .o. O. O. V.
GJ$ 'lcct m lhe Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Ul.L Members of the De-rce ate invited to
It I utl u!!! ii S l?d s- Xo, I. A. I:it
A A. M. Holds its regular c-unmunica
'-V'-tiuns on the ' tin'l 77, ir. Sttn--
j''''i! in each month, at 7 o'elot k from
the t!i (.f SM. od-r to t he - U h v t
March, and 71, o'clock fro-.i the -Joth of
March to the 2.-th of September. Rietii
ren in good standing are invited to attc-rol.
ilv or.ler of
Good Gablo Screw Yv7ire
MWU AXD SHOES.
Arc Selling from EVSaincto
. , ' ,- 1 -t pA,Mvi.ix,o.x
i'Ui- ' reek. Alitioil mi l'ie-n:et, (..lack.i-
laaseoau'v. ).-.,, o- ci.-dish i.-.-.ndl.- cow, :t .,r !
4 years old ; w!,:e ir-nd !..-: , juarltsorhratnR i
grin-:N ft' i.v ,io d.-?t vuan kt.tn, o
-M i ns-- i at lo- icuilT. I i U sM I';-i X. J. I'
jtec.ji'j. i .ia-;. 2t. t-i;:. J . M. i-'iiA.Ki:,
l!'l a i Coau- v i lesk.
w e, il J k but.iO'Vi
Totici; is it KKi.r.v ;ivr.x 'I'H.VT v'K,
- I'a'.c Li-en duty apjaiiiiO-.i J'.e-a-..rs of the
last wi!l a.i.t t. s-asa: t.t of . 'J". MA ll.O- 1C,
... . ,-- - I. ,H pei-...::-, ! ' o,:' ciaiers ;er,0u-t
s.ii.l es'-ite ;;; la-i-et.;,- no; i!:e-l lo j.ieseu. theia
i r.'i!. ilv v i di.-.l to us ai ihc odii-e oi .'o'oim-u iV
."!'' 'own, i!i ( i ri ,'. ii: ( 'it y, v i-hin six uionths Sroni !
Hie ilaie OL t ;,.-;.)' ice. .. a. .MAI U U,
T. J. :.!ATl.ni'K,
F. .-i-..:-- ef the s':le ot V. f. M,t:l.-!;.
J Oil N t X iV M..-1 W X ,
Aitoi-eevs for Kve.-utors.
tre-o:i City, .etcher 11, P72. liaOw I
A d mini otraio r's iotsco-
"C'G'li'K is Hi-.KKP.y (dVKX THAT I
- h ve I.e. ti duly aiu oiiitcd A.'oniaislr.iior ot'
th-.- estate of L m'WS'A S I'KWA it 1', deceased,
1-y t :;!.' J 1 on. o !t;ty I 'o;i i t of C'l ;;.'; -i tici s I 'o-oir y,
n. t'-.o t ct.i!.T term tit 't'eo!. 'i'lier--tore all jt
soiis having claims a-tain-a said estate are h.-t- ey
no iiiid to present t hem to ia? proper! v v,--i-i:ii-d
at t!:e olti.- o!' .!oim-):i Md 'own, in Origan
( h y, within .sj.i lae.iitlis fr-mi the d i'e uf t lit - no
tice. rilAlii.ils Sl'iAVAKT,
Adii.mis' Viilor of s.tid estate.
jouxisox iv :i )vx,
Attoiaeys for Administrator.
Oi-.-poa City, (Ic'ol.i r 11, ls,72. naOwl
In the matter of the estate of John iv. Dickey,
"E N THi: Ct)"XTY COt'llT OT CLACKAMAS
(-unity, StM-e of 4')retroa, Oetotier term IST'J;
the ivlteiiJtsirators of s;iid estate h.aviti-t tiied
their exhihit tor thud -t'lei-ient ' h- i e...f. it is or
dered Ly the Court il-tit M-mday the fourth, -Ith,
lav of X'ovcml.er, 1 S. 7 2 . he set aoait lor the lieai-
! iiea- '.f ol.iect ions t- said iin-il account aud tor the
w.-tt'eiiient t her.' of with Jtaymond Dickey anu
) utiles . 1 iek- v, t he adm i nisi r i tors thereof.
Jiv order ot lion. -C !. "V AIT, Count v .led;--e.
Attct: t. V. ( A Cli tod i. Canty Clerk.
Uregon City, t -tot.cr 1 1 tit, l:.'. " ii'iaw-l
Ad rr-i nistrator's tilotico.
In the matter of the estate ot" J'- 'US l.iliAY, le
TV-otic!-: is iiki:t:i;v iavi:x that tiik
-i-t uiidcisiLOH'-l has hi en app-.-in ed Administra
tor ot" the aliove named e';i'..'; iual all persons
havintr -'la mis a.r:iii:st the said, e-tat-- tire- lu-ret-y
required to present them with the proper
vouchers, within six months 1'iom the -.hite of this
t;o! !--e, to t he m idei-same-d at his r--sideiiee in Hea
ver Cr. e'.c i ; . m . 1 i. iiame f.mnlv. State of
) ....-.-on. JOHN Noyi.it, Administrator.
iih i.LAT AV. it 1. ii.V,
Attornevs for Administrator.
1 luted Octooer 11th, 1.S72. n.'xhvl
Kotlco cf A c5 mini st rat o r' s
'o'lirt; is Jiidtiiliy acx IJIAI i-
xNi vo ttie of an onler of tic xloti. oetnty I onri
. ... i , i ... .1
; oi I aj- oiliia. eiHiio v, ltiaoe at i ne M-,oo' i o .
jn ,h(, la.,tKT ,',f t;. estate of .1. S. M-Ain-
,..oii. I uii! on Mou-iav, the 4-h dav of -Miveiiil-r.
j is-.i'ar he bom- of
..vea o ctoi'lc at t IK- I ouri
) Jtou-e door in On-
ioor ia 0;i-:oii iry. i lai-katnas c.iion.
Terms of sale: gold cm: un.-haltceliin liau-t.
the o'lic-r half i-avah;e ti m-mins after sale wuu
.,. and mortage. J. M. MeAMMOX,
X-lmisiistrafor of estate oi J. S. MeAmmon.
l)at-"l Octol-cr 11th, IS7J. nAuwl
S5 tO SAU 'i .-- o( working p.,.r-lo,of
work tor us in tii.-.v Mar- m-.-oenis, or u.ii.r
tim-', than at iinyii.ni-r else. J art leulars fret-,ei'.-,
(,. S. tin son .V '".. l'orilaud, CViame.
.Vei.n-lill-er 27th, is:-:ly.
L-arrri fcr Sale.
A FKM E - ACRE'S FOR SALE.
J Xeaiiv all under itoo.l fence; about -SO
arr.-s i c litivation. For particulars enquire
of the m.dcrsigni.-d at the I'-ife
.1. A. iA( O.N.
Oregon City, Sept. l-:. n"7 w3
rjiKE' UP UV SAMCEI. DIvOWN IN
X'Cauemah Precmt, one three-year old
heifer, liirht red, spot in the face, no marks
or brands. ,
Arpra,cdat MarciM Up
Recorded X) Reeordvr.
To save One DoUar
by an extra outlay of Five cents. Parent,
SILVEIl TIPPED SHOES
for their children. EeP27uil
JUST RECEIVED BY
CH1KLES II. CAUFIELB.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
constating ia part of
LADIES' AND CIIILDlvEsS' SHOES,
Groceries, Grockes'y, c-9 &c-
All of which I will sell tit the LOWEST RATES. Give m- a call before purchasing else
where, and convince vj.nrse.lves that 1 CAN and WILL SELL as cheap s the cheapest.
CI1AS. II. CAUFIELI),
CORNER MAI AND irEVENTH STREETS, OREGON CITY.
Grocer & Provision Dealer, !
Next door south of the Court House,
Main Strict, Oregon City, Oregon,
EirV F h Rll V PCOftrRirf
ILb t f ArlfiLl bKyOfcilSllbj
COFFEE, TEA ', SUGAR,
FLOUR AND M HAL of all kinds,
nv -,-r.. .
CANNED ERllTS and 0 SI ICRS,
Also, an kinjsof
tresn ruits ana vegetables. j
BUTTER, CHEESE and EGfJS.
TOLA CCO and CIGARS.
GLASSWARE, Etc., Etc.
All kinds of country Produce taken in ex
change f-r goods at the highest market rates.
tdo.ls ft-! i rjo i'.l in lhe eilv- tree of
;! iare. A fair shrre of patromi-e solicited. I
March 23 ls72:if '
LITE A SB LET LIVE!
THE Olim'X niV HACK AaD DRAV CO.
HAVING PURCHASED The
Livery St ale and Business O '-Js--
of Mess-s. Wi i.i. is A: lJaoi-oiiTox, .-tX,
iind the Drays, Dorses and Business of ('. N.
Gui knman, are now jut-pared to carry ou
We will also deliver slab wood to all those
persons to whom Willis A: Rrouohfon have
engaged a nd as many more as will engage
slab wood from us, so far as we can get a
Orders lerf at the Livcrv Stable for oo-l.
Iir.ivii.gor lla.dinz, will be attended to with
i: " ? i, , i -
l!.l,,ilU'1'- Fat.o.iaee m our several bran cues
of bnsim so.ic.ted. Our Cla ge- su U
jtr;rT!ie Highest Cash Fiicc- paid for Oats'
delivered at the Smlde.
C. X. GREiCNM AN", F.esideti,
J. M. FRAZER, Secretary,
Of O. C. 11. k 1). Co.
Creg.Ki Citv, Aii2. L72. tf.
Tin-: i'or.i.ov'ix; mi ' sir-pax m
are reeeotnmended as I cing ti e r.HST
of their ch-.ss : -i-
TJe' The Song Eefio. for Schools Ja
Kiukefs Xew Method for JU-ed TT
ti 1 O-.x-an will he re;tdv Aug. 2- " MJ
l'eter.s' Keleetic 1'ia.uo ScUih-I, I , 9fi
0 55" over .'iiia.ihlo eopies it
liTi ivtcrs' itcorowes' Trin
es m use.
, I " - '
Ar V, orr all's out ar s-choo! 1 jiO
J Festi val Chimes, Singing- classes 1 ."id
Xe Tins CItra (ile-; Hook, with j
prrt i'iano or 0::m Ac'p'tat ) ' TiJ
leu's School for the Voice.. 3 AH
; J'ete'.V Art of Sineina' 3 00 Tr i
Wiehtl's Vi-.lm Seli'I. Peter's ed., .'5 CO J3
K nmiii'-r's i'lnte School 3 CO ytp
V.'itti in-'r-ted ts Vi-ilia Sclu M il .. . 7a JJLi
AViini.ierstedl s l'lute School.
iV Ti-ters' Violin S.-hool
i'ctcrs' l'lute School iJ
ft i l'etei-s Parlor Coiujiimion. Tor I " $)
l'lute. Violin, and I'iano. i
"P jf Teters' i'arlor Campanion. For 0 ()J
iiii. 1 lute and I'iano, y '
Any Music will 1 scut postpaid,
on reeeiot ot the marked price. Ad-
ti cress, t4
a J IT TfTlo'S -i'1'l llffifulivHV -A
J. L. I'I'.TKitS, j'J'J ih-oadivny,
rjV XX 111 X3 rJT
C EL Eli RATED
S "W7" X s s
Th? PI rst and most healthful Tonic
ev v. inlroduccd in the United States.
H These Dittets have
! been in the San Fran
ti cisco Matket for over
fl '1 vt-a4y Vi-iivs, and
f-i not wiihst Hiding the
M . i;.i.,t.. ....
lll(llll 111-11 1 O. , 1 1 ... , O
for public favor, the
..sales have const milv
liinv ne i;iinuiuuii
i i . ; lV, ."
y l-.i-i. s-i.; Ajtents, !
fl Jo'.l and 411 Clav St., I
1 San Fiancisco. v
JUST RECEIVED UV
T II AVE JUST REDEl VED A COMPLETE !
JL and weU-assoi-tcd stccK ol
AXD GEMLOIENS" ITRMSIII.XG GOODS,
Which I will sell at reduced prices.
! Call and examine my stock before purchas
! ing elsewhere.
J jfl f(jr GOOtlS.
ri.ia street. Orcgou City.
CONFECTIONERY SALOON !
- - - Proprietor.
Coiner of Fourtli and lilain Streets.
lRESII OYSTERS SERVED IN ANY
JL st !e desired. Conlcctioncrv of every
j kind contant!y on hand.
1 manufacture all my own s'ock, which is
! sutlieient gifai antee that it is fresh and pure.
! Call if want of a good cup of , tea,
I ore noeolate, or anything in my line.
j Oregon City, September (i. l72:tf
' SHADES SALOON,
jc . HAAS, Proprietor,
j laain Street, Creg-cn City-
Hot BILLl.t HI) TJlir.F.Sin OR KG OS
' Have been introduced . and the Proprietor in
vites the attention the lovers ot this
popular ainuserncnt to them
the r, A i; IS SIP PLIED
)Vit!l a11 ,ii0 choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch, Ins!) and Bourbon alrcudj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
ALSO, A NO. 1
Is connected with the Saloon.
Ore-on City, Jan. 1, ls;72:tf
L 1 N G G L H B A K E R Y.
WILLIAMS Cl E-iADIfjC,
TfAVi: JUST OPENED A FULL YARIE-
J.A. tv of choice
The Bakery will be constantly supplied
DREAD, CR ACKERS,
CAN D I E- AN D 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 tanning trade we would say, CASH
tor you. produce, ami ('ASH for our goods.
Goods delivered to ail parts ot le citv.
Feb, Hi, ls72:tf
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
JFST K1CCEIVED AT
FOOTS AND SHOES,
11ALD WA LE, GUOC ICR 1 FS ,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &.C.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PKOP-FCFof all kin lsr bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
if ton desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, anet examine his fresh
stock of Spring Good.
GIVE HE A CALL AND CONVINCE
M v Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14. 1-Tl:tf
T ""1 I 7 Q w,i would call
IVJl- O the a
Teachers and Amateurs to Kixkkl s Niav
Mktiioo roil Tin-; R.Khn Os-iAXAXii Mkloheox,
which we will issue about September First.
This woik is pronounced superior to all oth
ers of its cla-s by Teachers w ho have exam-
ii-ed it. It contains a clear and simple course
of iastruc'.ioti w hereby unj oir. may easily
acquire the mastery of this favorite Instru
ment, with a few month's study. It will al-
r r f ri? v,a be a o1 vor'
JL J ii i A JL ili ite work with the
Teach- r, on account of its clearness and sys
tetnatic progression ; more ol an amusement
than a xti"j;t for the Pupil, and will prove a
mint of km (lt!t to the Amateur, ou account of
the manv choice Melodies, Songs, etc., that
Mr. Kinkel has iclected and arranged ex
oresslv tor this vvoik. ifiukei's New Meth
od wid be mailed, post-j;iid, on receipt of
Address, J. L. PETERS, .V.ifi Di oadvvay,
j . V.
Semi Go cents for the late-t number of
FETEES' HUSICAL MOHTHLY
anu yon will i'C-t at least tl worth ol our lat-
est and best Voc;il and Instrumental Piano
Scptemb:r Oth, ls72. in2
The htandurd re:n l v for C -s;ls. finit-
iiiih, ,sv.,. Throat, liitorp'ng. Cotifsfi Croup,
Lir-r Cwrn,!ah;t, BrnncUU, Wee-linr of the
Lints, ram every affection of the Thioat,
Lunas and Chest, including Consumption-.
Liiar's Balsam of Wil.l Clu-rry
remocipg ft cause of the coaiplaiut. None
j genuine unless Mgrieu i. uciis. nrj-i.
! r - wr IV..,-. V.v-j i n.ton Sin 11 liV
, it -I, - n..n.i.,J
; oUMTETiw i Co.aa frkncCci
&ed bv dealera generally.
- - 183
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City, and the Willamette
Valley, that he is still ou baud, and doing
business on the old motto, that
-.Y Nimble SIx-l'nce Ubcttcr tban (V
I have just returned from Saa Francisco,,
where I purchased one of the
UAIUJICST and 1JKST SPJLJCCTIMD
Stock of Goods
ever before offered iu this city; and consists
in part, us fe-Ilaws : q
Scots & Shoes, Clothing, Dry GoOdsr
Hat3 & Caps, Hosiery of every
rescription, Hardware, Gro
eerie s, Faints & Oils,
Sash & Dccrs. Queens-;
Chinaware, Stoneware, Platedvare,
qualities & styles,
Clocks & Watches L$
dies & Gentlemen s rum-
iing Goods, Fancy Notions'
of every description.Patent Med--icines,
Rope, Fanning Implements'
of all kinds, Carpets, Mattings,
Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, &c,
Of the above list, I can sav mv stoct is th
MOST COMPLETE ever offered" in this mar
ket, and was sleeted with -siiciul ca re for
tliis mai lo t. 0f which I now t-fl'er for
sale at the O
Lowest E&arket Rate
No use for the Indies, or anv one else, toi
think of troin-r to Portland to "buv pood forU
I am DE'lERMIMCD TO SELL CHEAP and
not allow myself to be
IWDERSOLl) IX THE STATE OF OREGON
All I ask, is a fair chance ar.d quick pav--ments.
Reliev ng, as I do, that nineteen
years' experience in Oregon City enables me
to Know lhe reqtt ements of tlie trade.
Come one and all,, and see for vourselTC s
thai the old fcfand of
THOMAS CHARM AN
cannot be beat in quality or price. It would
be useless for me to tell you all tbe advan
tages I can ofler you in the sale of roods, agO
every store that advertises dot-s that, and q
probably you have been disappointed. All I
w ish to say is, come and see and examine
!or yourselves, for I do not wish to make any
mistakes. My object is to telP all mv old
fi iends now that I am still alive, and desir
ous to sell g-oods. cheap, for cash, or on such
terms as agreed upon.
Thanking all foP3 the liberal patronage
Til OR. CflARSf ACS',
Main street, Oregon City.
i3T"Lpgl Tenders and Couaty Script
taken at matket rates.
TIIOS. CHARM AN.
ZT'ZO.CVO lbs wool wanted bv
TIIOS. Cll ARM ANV
EEL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE.
C. C. V. AT.
SUCCESSORS' TO STITZEL & UPTON.,.
Cor. Front iiraf "IVashington Sis.,
PORTLAND, OREG OX .
Special attention given to the sale of farm
ing lands anil city property. All corres
pondence relating to the reconrcea of Ore--gon
will be promptly answered-
EEAL ESTATE JOURNAL
Published monthly. Sent free of charge to
JACOB STITZEL & CO.
March la, !S7'2:tf O
I EA TE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE)
MAIN STREET, OKF.ROX CITV, OKEGOX.
JL spceifully announces to his &v'l
ft lends and the ti aveling imblic,
that l.e has re-opened the above
The jiroprietor knows bow to serve fiiV
csutoniers with Oysters, Pic's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jtn. 27, lS71:tf
A VOID QUACKS. A victim of early fn'
ii. discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature deuiv, Ac., having tried in Tain
every advertised remedy, has a simple means
of seif-eure, which lie will Fend free to his
fellnvv siiflerers. Address J. II. REEVES,
75 Nassan st. , New York
Sept. 1 :ly
EY WAG OK
Carriage Manufactory J
The undersigned, having inrreasethe Ji
mensions of bis premises, at the old stand
Corner of Maio and Third streets,
Takes thin method to inform his old pat
rons, and as manv new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
nmple room, good materials, and the veryQ
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron0 and turn out il I
complete any sort of a ehicfe from aeom
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Blacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing aeatlv, quicklr and cheap
ly dene. DAVJD SMITH.
Oppobite Eiceltiet 2Itkfe