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FRIDAY, : : FEBRUARY U, ls73.
TOAV.V AVD IOUXTV.
Ci.ru Okuamzkd. II. E. Chatnbcrlaine
w rites lo the Jiullttin. under date ol the
Sth inst.: On January loth. Mr. J. Camp
bell. State Deputy, appointed by the Na
tional Grange ol the Patrons of Hiisband
ry, called a meeting of the farmers of
Clackamas County and organized a Sub
This is an Order which has been in suc
cessful operation amon; the farmers o('
the oi ler .Slates during the last rive years;
but this is the first effort to establish the
Older on this Coast. The principal ad
vantage to be derived from the oiganizi
tion is th tt it utiles the farmers, thus en
tabling them to" co operate with and pro
Vect each other. The Institute is yet in
its infancy here, but reliable men ate pre
paring to canvass the State during the
cuming seaduti. ami before Fall we hope
lo sec the farmers of the entire U'iiinii
et't Valley united in similar Societies for
mutual protection and lor the udvuiice
Any inquiries respecting the Order will
q be cheerfully answered by addressing the
Secretary. W. G. Welch, or the State Dep
uty Campbell, st Clackamas 1'. U , Clack
amas county. Oregon.
Coiwrv ColliT. But iittle bu.iness was
before the Comity Court at its February
O t,t s.-ion. with the exception of receiving
and acting upon the reports of the road
upervisors, and the appointments of new
ones, a list of which will be found else
where. In the matter of estahlishinir a road on
the bluff at Linn City the viewers report
ed favorable to the change, and there
being a claim filed by. J as. M. Moore for
$:j.(MO d nil aires. Messrs. V. A. Cresswell,
Joseph Young, ami Asa Sanders were ap
pointed to value Hie damages.
In the miner of Lafayette May's road,
the Court established tlie s ime. It com
mences at May's mill and ends at John
X. Smith's (dace.
A. C. Riiley was apponted Justice of
the 1'eace tor Oregon City pieouct in
piaee ot Walter Fi"h. resigned.
S.uidry bills lor extra labor on roa 1.
w ere allowed, besides other liills.
I'k.Honai.. We had the pleasure ol u
call last Friday from our old friend S
lVanoser, F-i . formerly editor of th- .
II r iltl. Mr. I'. is now tin? owner of on
of the largest siw m ils in Portland, and
,o) f--eiis to enj y ill it It :ie of business bi t er
tu to he did feeding the minds of the pub
1 '. 'He m ido a good editor, and we
d oibt not In- is mi expert in his present
business. Miv success attend Lira.
What is tiik Rk.vsox. We are iiiforiu
ed that all the lumber lo he used in re-
b ill. ling the factory is to be brought up
Cfroin Portland. Why can't onr mills lui-lli-dl
the I nillier as well ;.s 1 ' r 1 1 l id ?
This loo'ws strange to a m i'i on the mi;
sib. It is ui ire expensive to gel lugs to
Portland th in here, atid llt-y can saw ;he
lumber a id pay Iretght uj here, and un
tie r sell o ir saw m il men.
Pautskh. Mr. U. K. ILc'us. of newspa
per fame in this State and Washington
Territory, and at one time our part n r,
has purchased an interest in the job pri it
i.ig establishment of Ceo. II. 1 limes : Co.
Mr. 11. thoroughly understands his busi
U' S-.ai d the lii ui he is connected wi h an
il ong s.iiue tine W.uk. We Wisti mil llieti i
illcks ihe best ol success and prosperity .
111.1.. Keineiiiber the V.ileu.iie ball lo
be given this evening. The A mora
Siting Uatid will furnish the music for the.
occasion, which 'is sufficient guarantee
that all who love to trip the light fantas
tic toe" wi.I be on hand. Tickets, in
cluding supper, are o'.'.v :? J ."
Ox a Visir. Unite a number of the
iri'-mhers of Ci-becca Lode cf this city
pai l a fr!ern il vi-it to their si-ter lo Ige
at V.irieou Vt-r list Fii liy. on the occa-uri
of the install iM ui of the now o;ti'i's. All
exiiress th-ui-ievles as highly pleased with
f.vsAVK. A man named Cox. residing
near l'.u'tev i!le in this county. was bronght
belore Judge Wait last Sjtuiday. and ad
judged to be in-.ine. lie was taken to the
sy. 1 1 in on t he s i me d I V i'l ebarg." of !;-
uty Sheriff Hedges and Cii' Maishai
liiclial dsivri . r
Kki.1i.Iois Nonet-;.- Lev. A. J. Nichol
son, of Vancouver, will preach in St.
j'-jui's Episcopal Church on Sundiy next
both morning 'an I evening. At the even
iu 4 -ei vice tie will preach a sermon espe
cially a 1 I rested to yonug men.
VisiTott. Mr. II. L. I. tcon. brother ol
l'ostmaster H.icon. arrived here l-.u-t Tues
day, from Michigan, on a visit, lie lei,
Michigan two weei-s :ig buried to th
depth of three feet in .n w drifts, with
piercing cold weather e er v where.
ruorKSsioAi..-E!sew!:ere will b. found
th carl of Ir. J.-'W. Norris. Ttie Doctor
proposes lo make this his borne. He" can be
foun j at the drug store of our g ly and
hiutlaome young n i. tid. 1'ark Ward.
Hkaw Lo.vn. The steamer Alice came
down into the basin last Sunday with 20:5
tons of vvbe.it on board. This is said to
be the largest load ever brought into the
baiu on utiy one boat.
Ukti ttsKi). We notice on our streets
the Smiling countenance of Al. White,
fon of Councilman White, who returned
home on last Wednesday. Al. likes this
- Country best of all. j
Paid tiik State Taxi-.,. County Treas
urer McCarver, last Fi iday . paid to the
Slate Tieasurer the fjdl amount of Stat,,
taxes due from thii county. Thj amount
was $11,704 05.
IJaitism. Mrs. L. Cross was baptised
in the river at the lower end-of town
last Sunday ly Kcv. Mr. Wirth. Theie
was a larsre crowd of spectator present.
Personal. The Washington cortes
pondent of the Eugene Jou n tl notes the
arrival at that place on the 21st tilt. Hon
D. P. Thomixon of this citv.
TjoMu Fii.ki. The contractors for the
rebuilding of the factory have filed their
bomls. and w0i k is lo commence proba
k' v next week.
Pk:ii.au. The Calliope is nuking three
regular tr;,lA ,Le Yamhill per week.
I' and down with good loads of
o fc o
1 Kt.snNM.-Wc LaJ a cal, ast F.h,
front Mr. Stone. n,.ut rr G
Jaulkuer A Co.. type fuuuders.an Fran-
-Puicli Frank" a iu)r,;,1r , ,
Cf.,r,ner resident ,.f iWZtr
Jd mat. xaiS leal LaUie w ,a Ftailk tiU.
inz naaied persons were ap
year, at t'.e
No. 1 ...... .
Supervisors for the ensuing
last term of the County
L. M. Kenan.
'. '. W." A. Starkweather.
"" Price Fuller.
li. J. Parke.
Edirar Kickev .
........ James IJagle;.
" T. Coi um.
Jot n Tuder.
. W- VVade.
,'. JacoO Wheeler.
. .. . . . . A. ti llolcomb.
!.. !niram A. Straight
, . .G. W Ilicinhothaiii.
(not r iiu ned ).
James Met 'oi d.
J. P. Ulancn ird.
. .J. A. Fields.
(not acted on)
(not uced upon).
V G. Hell.
W. W. May.
E. G. Noyer.
J li. Smith.
J. E. lioss
P. J. Hidings.
O. A. Mo'Jollllell
Pkteks" Mustcwi. Monthly. No. C. for
February comes proniii!y to hand, and is.
as usual, overflowing with melody. This
m igaxi ie is furnished at the low price ol
s;j per year, atnl cotit tins more music in
i single mon idy nu;n!)i r than can be
bo rhi in sheet l.om b,r ilouble that sum.
I he uuinb-r be'.oie us contains: ( )ur Lit
ie I'et," a beautilh! I) lil llld by the fam
ous soiig'Wiiter. W ill S II.iv; also. Cioue
:o the Heavenly (iir.l n,': "Ma: lie May.:'
unl give inv lov- lo a. I at home;'' Tvvo-
p.ui Songs, Fold we our M.nids in L 'rav
er and 1- ;i r lnuu ui) lhougnts. In
ether wi'h tiie loilo.vino; i :ist in mental
niec-.-; (Jle.ir the Track' t"ur hands, by
i.d. S ran-s ; Christinas (Jill March."
.S.vi'iM i iiougli;.s."' and -Si. Ver Cioud
d.iZiit k i."
As a Tkial Ttttr. the publisher offers
o send, posl-p-ii'l. three back numbers ol
172 for ti'l Cents or six back uuintiers
'or $1. Send on your orders, and out
vv i d lor it. you will get ten tiun-s jmn
.noiiey's worih ot cliuii-e new music. Ad-
'ressJ.L PL TEIIS. ij'j'J iJroadtvay, N. vv
Ev G.ivernor Geary re:u 'ued !rom New
Vork o:i Hie 7th insl. aopareoilv in jjood
:r;;!;!i. Aboiii nine o'c.ock lha' morning
v "in e bivaUl is' ing witti his l.iiui y. asm
u the act of he pitiil his little son. his
lead su l lenly tell b ick before his wi!.-
onl 1 net lo his side, and before medical
iid co ilf be summoned he was dead
s'lppose I to ii ive been all attack ol hear!
disease or :i ; . pleX V .
Mo'ieiyy. Mr. A li I i vis a! tempt,
to t. rce au entrance into the room ft
II iiui. a milliner, ihe warned l.im to
d -sis', but In- attoiupted to bleak ill the
d or and she shot h.ni dead. 1 ne Colou-
er'sjurv exonerated her.
The Chi'ilren's Society have re
solved th tt il Greelev's estate is in I he
iine condition now as it was in 1 7 1
t'tev shall insist u;on their 1 en. icy of $H)
lito. tint will not demand u if iLe estate
is lubarrasset! is re,.- rted.
T! e P. c-i dent pardoned Eli II -ss S ew
art an 1 !i l o-t M ivs M i r-1 n-1 1 . both S.ju'h
i an ii nv conv ijts oi ;u lv.nx crimes, ami
sen en ed to iiuprisoiiiii.fiil at the Albany
Prtsident (iruit decided to recrgriz
the chrms of the Republican p u ty ol the
South by the appointment of Some rej re
sentative m in of ihe party to a Cibine
position after the fourth of March next.
It is esiim i ted th.tt a tot aI ol" 7 0 0 "i 0'. I
biles of cotton, va'ued a $ It) ).:) )U.u;.) m
Hold, is now con .iim -d every year i.i
Europe and the United States.
The San Fianci-co Ilnl'ilin reports the
insanity ol Jeiome Harper, who cime to
that State in 1-S5S. and since then has en
n'ed in trading in cattle in Oregon and
lived in P.ritish Columbia.
Ntvig.nion to V.'ailnl i will prob tbly be
resumed by the Oregon :e am N iv ig ilion
Company about March 1st.
Why I'.nduic What is Curable.
"What can't be cu ed m ist be endured,''
says the proverb; but iudige-tion can be
cured, and therefore it is the merest stupid
ity to en.lure it. Dyspeptics have certainly
a right to continue dyspeptics to the end of
their days if they choose, b it as it is not
supposed that any l atonal being pn-lcrs
pnvstc.ii torment to e.ise and health, the
probal.ilitv is that if all s . Hirers from in
digestion were c. nvin-cd that au absolute
:nl.d:il.!e rcme.ly for their complaint existed,
they vv,mld with one accord resort to it'
We must emphathaily declare that srch a
renudy does exist, and thai its name is Hoi
tetter's Stomach 15 tiers. The record of its
suc-ccss rxtet.ds over a period of IIIure lh
twenty years, an d lt Ks fCill ,,.sslv ,
that dnrmg the whole of that time H has
never fai cd t, uflbrJ peunanent relief in
any disorder or derangement ..f ,,e st.iicl,
abIeWiTn,,,,?UiiC- ami iner.
nhlt. Ihe testimonials that Ko to e-t.hlih
this ininort.oo . i . 1 "' 11
1 v ' oe c niMteil bv the
t u n agirara'.ed by a total ilire"ard of -ill
let V.'"- "l"1- "'!i,'1 -id render:
lh.. n.c by med cmal treatment w ara.,ic
"r-,""",llw,i" hundreds of ins ncVs
i been ered withu, thre- months bv t! e"v,
tern -tie us, of this celebrated sr,.,,cht ami
atte -native. It bol,l h ' J '"'
weakness of the d.estiveosn v'c
m un other ailai.Ms. j5ll;u UM,.S
ache nervous debility, spa-ms. pat e.tati .
of the hea.t. rush of blood to tiie liea'l
nau-ea. veru.-o, and sleepU ssm-ss are a-nou-
Its cone-mitauts mi1 results; and for al
th.es- the great vejeta'.!.- tonic is a spceit'i
It acts tirst up-n the stomach, an. I thr -u ''i
the stomach upon the secretory and nevoTis
svstrnis and the bowels, l's "treneral ttlot
being always eeni.tl and ht niticeiit.
How Many !1vf regretted tht Mhev riij
not take it in time." ilow e.sily those lives
miiiht have b.-en spared lor future usefilne-s,
for vVistar's Ualsav of v'ili Cif-MtKr. a re
medy oi hall a century's st "tiding, cures
roughs, colds, wli0opiu0-cough, aui broa-chiiia.
To the Public.
THE PAIN'-KILLF.Ii manufa-tured ly
PERKY DAVIS SON has won for itself a
reputation unsurpassed in medicinal piepu
ations. The universality of the demii d :or
the"Pa:n-Kil!er is a novel, interesting, aid
surprising feature in the history or this
medicine. The Pain Killer is now regularly
sold in large and steadily increasing quanti
ties, not only to general agents in every
State aud Territor." of the Union, and every
Province in British Ametica, but to Buenos
Ay res, Brazil, Uraguy, Peru, Chili, an 1
other South American States, to the Sand
witch Islands, vo Cuba and other West In
i!ia Islands; to England and Continental
Europe to Mozambique, Madagascar, Zan
zibar, and other African lands; to Australia,
and Calcutta, Rangoon imd other places in
India. It has also been sent to China, and
we doubt if there is any foreign port or any
inland city in Africa or Asia, winch is Ire
nuented by Ameiican and European mis
sionaries, travelers or traders, into which
tLie ram Killer lias not been introduced.
The extent of its usefulness is another
irreat feature of this remarkable medicine.
It is not onlv the best thinn ever known, as
everybody will confess", tor bruises, cuts.
burns, .Vc but lor dysentery or cholera, or
aro suit of bowel complaint, it is a remedy
unsurpassed lor emcieney and rapid. tv ot
Act on. In the srrcat cities of British India
and the West India Islands and other hot
Climates, u nas oecome t:ie standard meui
cine for all such c-tiidai;its. as well as lys-
deiisia. liver complKi-it, and other kindred
disoiders. For coughs and colds, canker,
asthma and rheirna' :ie dillicutties, it has been
oroved bv the most abundant and conviu-
. . . 1 . . . l ; I . .
eine trials and test moey.io oe au invalua
ble niedieine. The proprietors are m p s
sessioii of letters from persons of the high
est characf r and I espoiisil.ihty, testi yinii m
unequivocal terms to tl-e cures cue -led ami
the satisfactory results produced, in an end
less variety of eases by th use ot this ureal
medieine. That the Pain-Killer is deserving
of all its proprietors claim for it is amply
proved by the uopara.lele-l popularity u na.s
attained." lt is a sure and elf cttve remedy,
lt is sold in almost every country in the
world, and is becoming more and u ore pop
ular every vear. Its healing iiropert es have
been fudy "tested, all over the woi Id aud it
need only to be known to be prized.
Sold by ail diuggists.
Feb. 7, l"o-3.
The Atlantic (' able is a National benefit
so are SI LYE II TU'l'hl) Mi ... s t r cmidiea
Never wear through at the toe. Try them.
For sale bv all dealers.
For the'very b-;-t piiotouraphs. go to Brad
lev & Kiilofs ui's Gal ery w ithout STAUlrv
J(T ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 4J'J
Montgomery Street. San Franei CO.
i-MLM IiVCA.niKT .NO. 1,1 . O
l- Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY EYENING
of each m nth. Patrurchs in good stand
ing are invit.vi to attend.
Feb. S. lS. J-tf
Jllult iioiou li Itnlc .o. 1, A. F.anil
A A. l. Holds its regular cointnunica
. . tions on the Firxt ami Third Siiiur
7 in each month, at 7 o'clock from
ihe "J"th of September to the "Joth ot
March, and 7i o'clock from the 2otli of
March to the 2ot!i ot eptemiier. IJretli
ten i good standing are invited lo attend.
Dec. o.l s7o, By order of S'. M.
Oregon Lixlge ."o. 3, I. . f O. K.
j.-"Xy?,, Meets every Thur-day even
,Krr-i ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
ii f, ii ... . .
j, 4.1, .i;tm s eet.
Memliersof the Order are invited to attend
Bv order. V. ti
83,000 to Loan.
K CAN N LOOT I ATE l.oooTO i5 "f 0,
$".i.o to O.dno, coin, loaned on ap
piovcd securit v.
JOHNSON & McCOWN.
Feb. 14, 173. wl
(LITE OF ILLINOIS.)
nivsin.w AND Sl'CCER,
o n : ij o x c i r r, o n eg o x.
AViil re-jvinl promptly to calls during either
dav or niirlif.
i iI KH i;-At AVarPs I'm: St r-.
( an h" tona l al the I 'iiil llou.sc at 1 igh.'.
IV!, ; , is; ;. ,,,
5JT OF TS-2E FJRE!
s. j. Mccormick
n.vrrv to ixfbm jus numerous
friends, liatnjns, and the Jiuhlic in general,
that he has
RANiCLm BOOK STOHE,
NEXT CliNTHAI, MAltlvKT,
AVilh a Complete Stxk of
GOLD rESS.GlTLEUY, ETC.,
AVhich he will dispose of
AT TIIE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Sulvserijitions Ileceived fnr all the I'opidar
Xewspajiera ami Magazines, -hijh will lie de
livered to any part of the State. Tfehlm.
Y TC II S & .1 E E L SI Y.
rpnE UNDFlI -.NEO ANNOUNCES TO
1 the citizens of Oregon City aud Cla-.ka-Ui
is county that they have just opened a
!n Oregon City,
i Main st. Xext door north of Shades S doon.
j W'iiere they will k-e, on hand and for sale
; -'.I goods ierta;ni.ig to the.r line, at the
LOWKST LIVING HATES.
Esoccial attention given to the
Kepairinjg; of l'i:ie Time Iicccs.
A I eo id., mi!. I :iii.l e,.i L- lri.n W XI.
OEO. A. I1AAS A SON
; Oregon City, Feb. i, 173M
CHANGE OF PH0&RAIS2IE !
N ORDFU TO CLO-E OUT' THAT
branch tf my business, 1 Wljj Sclj
Toys and Fancy Goods,
At Less I Han Wliolesule Cost fricta !
1 have the largest aud best stock of
And other goods, in this city, which I will
CIIAEP FOIt CASH!
Call and examine my stock and p:iees,
and save your money.
Oregon C ty, Nov. '2'J, 17.
Administrator's !-aIc of Keal i:s,afc.
sxrnisi'Asn: ofaxoiiuku or Tin:
t 'omitv ( 'ii:irt (if till? Sl;i'i of I in-'on. for the
county of Multnomah, sit tin in l'rol.ate, m i te
at the Deeemher term, IS. ot said t oart, the
mi lersi'.'ned Aduiiuisirators of the Cotale ot YV.
L. Cooper, deceased; will, on
Saturday, Ihe 1st day of Jlarcli, I-;3,
.tt tin' 1 1:11- of 1 o'eloek 11. 1T1 nrl s i i. I (1 - -if lit..
I 'iiiii't lloo-Le .IimiV ill I ll-."o-i I 'i - iti t i.. ...... .o i-
ol ( laekanias.in said State ot Iii-.,m:i, s.-II t,y uite"-
tuni, to tu.' iiirae-t nut ler.ior -.isi,,L . f.yoM coin,
the loliowiiej: deeribo l leal estate h -l.i;eri:i r 'o
said estate of V. i'.. (opcr, iie.va-c.l, silu.itcd
in said county of ( 'hn liani is. and State 'it (lie
in iii, to-vvit : the X. K., 1-4, i'.nr:er ot see. 2s in
1. .5, S. of U. I t-:.. h.'in ilie mirth halt ol the
ilonation l.mil ilami of I . i t ii jii-iner and .Vre
iuirli ll.iliiruiier, eoutainin ifil aeres.
Ten lier cent, of the piireli se luniiey to he paid
at time of sale; the remaiuilei' lo te aid on ap
proval of said sale by the County Court.
Kxnciise of the deed to he tiorne hv th'j pur
chaser. J. p. t). i.tnvx.siJALi:,
AV. F. I.l)s-t'.,
Administriiors of the I '.s ate of
V. E. Cooper, uecvaed.
January 31st; lS7J.-wl
Administratoic' G a I o .
"rtTi h is n;;:ti:j;v ;ivi;x that
hy virtue of an order m i U a-:.l en r.-l or
reeord, in the matter of the esT i'e of .Joim (i.
ampheil, at tiie .laumiry term. Is, .i, of I i e 1 Ion.
( 'oumy t oui t of laekain.is eimnt y, state of (ix
iron, 1 will sell at public auction, on
Saturday, the 1st slay ol" ."larch, It-stli,
at the Court House door in livron City, Chu-!;a-inas
county, (.Ireful, at the hourof 1 oMoek, p. in.,
the following described tract of hm ', to-wii : Lot
numbered six in blork nuuili-'red .-evejiiu tin . 'on
( 'it V, Iaekamas eouilt v,(Jle'-ci, fo ivish in li md,
iu t'old coin. VV. V l-.L'. iC,
Admiiiistrato;- of the estate of
17janl2nlw John O. Campbell.
City Property For Sato.
THE GREATEST IXm'OEXTC EVER
)i",iitojj-:iiTVix oitr.cox citv.
CONSISTING OF Fori. LOTS mOD
Dwelling, with seven rooms; doo l i)v
c .ard ; and an uneipi d'ed well of water; all
in good repair, and situated in the uiti.-t si j ht
ly aud hfa'.tl'V j'oitioes rif the city; Title
peilcct; whi.-h I oll'er for sale cheap, being
desirous of leaving the city.
Eor particulars enquire of
EL'OENE LA l-'OREST.
at Tims. CbariiiJii's store.
Oregon Cite. Oct. 2.'th lsyj.
?4. XJ. POPS,
Grocer & Provisian Dealer,
Next door south of the Court House,
Jtain Street, Orrgon Ci(y, Ongon,
BEST FAMILY GROCERIES
COFFEE. TEA , SEOAU.
Fl.oril AND Ml-.ALof all kinds,
PICK I.F.S, SO l SALT,
CANNED FRUITS and OYSTERS,
Also, all kinds of
Fresh Fruits aud Vegetables.
DL'TTER. CHEESE and EOC.S.
TO I! A ('CO and CICAES.
(i LASS WARE, El:-., Etc.
All kinds of country TVociuoo t ikon in ex
change for guilds at tlie highest market rates.
-V'-Oiiod.s dcliveted in the city tree ot
C- are. A fair shr re of patronage solicited.
March 2:5, 172 :tf
V7. H. PAHKER,
OF.TACRSONVILLE. II AS DISCOVEi:
ed a remedy, cofiposi d of t'.e Fxlia t
from Mo iiitain Ha'.m. which crows in .lack:
son county, and other Ve.-etabl - Inarn d e".t.
which has eimt.led him t i furnish the s 111 i 1 -ed
with a purely Vegetable a pcricctly
harmles-, and yet tins
Th j 3Iost rowrrfiil Luni Remedy
ever discovered. It is good for
CoujLs, Colds, Croup and Bronchitis
And is a u
AGUE IREVEZiTIVE !
Blood Furifisr, Invigorator aud Ap
petizer, And is noted for all Ne'v us and Rilious
ails. Man- letters niiht he adduced to show
what the medic:ne has done Of necessary V
but try a bottle, and it will recommend
its If wherever it i- introduced.
For sale at the Oregon '' v I)r" store,
and all deale s in med cine. Smitfi -Iavist
Agents, Portland, Oregon. Pinpar
ed by W. IL l'ARKEU,
de'elml Indepen-'cnce. Oreiron.
r PA KEN IP
P.Y THE SriJSCiUUE:!
living in Kmle Cr. ik pneiuc, t'lacka
mas countv, one la-ie ! d c w, so tie white
on the back and belly, white in tace from
eyes up ; a dim brand ti the left hip; both
horns hive been bored on the back pai t !
the under-side of them ; no ear maiks; sai l
cow N about six vears old ; said co.v came to
my premises about the middle of November
iast. ROUT. K I UK II AM.
Earrle Creek, Clackamas Co, Oregon, Jan.
20th, is 7:t.
Apnnscd on the 'th d iv of Jan. 1-73, at
42". bv FR VNK'W. FOSTER.
feb7w3 J. P. for E tgle Creek P.ecinct.
lii'ctits no longer olj-ct to
MET ALIO TIPPED SHOES
Has licen Intnxluccl.
CjC 4. tttnn per day: A-e:is wanted Ail
K0 10 kpZU c-lasses of work:m? p.-ojile, ot
either s.--x, youim- or oi l, make tu ire. 111 u v at
work for us" m tlioir spare niom-uits, or all th ?
tinii, than at anything el-e. 1'artie'ilars live.
Atl.lrox 'f. Stinon .V o., l'ortlan l, 1 iu.
teptemlier 27th, lS7J:ly.
Itele ii Di-grc Ledge i, O. O. V. j
C Meet on the Second and Fourth
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in 0 Id Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree ate invited to
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
tn-TiTrriO -rrrrv rT7 n T TT?rtltT t
BOOT AND S11GE HOUSE.
All IKMEITSE STOCK AS USUAL.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
Sl'CCKSSOIi TO PIIOTZM.VX, U1LI.1UAN JC CO.,
COIi. F1KST &.HOHKJSO.V St.,
ON TSIiftD STREET,
IJnwttn Alilrr untl Morrison Stretts.
fine Iris'.i liosoiii
Ta !': mill I.notn
Tow l niiill iN!i
Ilia li Sllli Pop.
I51at k M pa en s,
Ho in y.
l.laeU l)n si.s!i;.s, J t-'ti i islk in K Uoil
EUSIIJESS EOIl CALE !
Iwiii. stock am ooon
w ill of business (t! e oldest Het ii Hn-i-n.
ss in the- citv), and Rent STOKE AND
FIXTURES, fur a term of years at a low
Tllllln STIIICI T, SOUTH OF ALDER
P () R T LAND, OREGON.
Tils Most Simpl:, Practical and
EC0II05JICAL HACHINS IN USE-
S:iLs Lizi.'A it! OUlts 0:1 tin Xcrili
Yd-. IS-: Co in!.
'piIEY SEU' MOKE RAPIDLY AND
X. with le-s noise tiian any other Machine
The onlv practical low priced Machine that
gives entire satisfaction.
What other A cents don't tell von about
the IMPROVED IloME SHUTTLE MA
CHINE: Th'i if:t't. fill vow That they are the si Tuple-1,
hiviojr less n,m:berof piec s, and more
readily ii ulei'stood than anyi tlier.
That they are the lightest running; more
easilv learned and oie,ateiI
That more HOME SHUTTLES are sent
ut troiii the (ienerd Asjeney at Poitlaud,
than all t!ie others coinhiiied.
77.-y tlmi'l hll rni. They sew equally as
on heavy and liirht g i Is.
7 If ) 10V ! ''. Th it they use the pat
ents of tbe high priced machines.
T'x'ij don't t- tl "", "I'hat it has the straight
lie d e and s If adjust. nir teiisimi.
m'.'" Wti it p- ople who have used them
and compai ed thcni t- othei -Machines will
tell von :
That they ate more easily learned and op
rated; Simph-t and best f ir al! kinds ot
work, and will use Liiicn and all other kinds
of thre-ids and silks.
A few of Ihe irnn-'s a'e jriven below who
arc usi::gthe IMPROVED HOME SHUTTLE
Ocn. 1! 11, Portland;
('. S. Silvers. Port1 md;
Win. Ma-ters. Portland;
C. W. Pi indle, Uuokkecper for Leveridge,
Wa lh .it: it Co.
Miss L. Vaughn, Portland.
Mrs. .1. It. Upton. East Portland;
Mrs. S. A. Morel and. Portland;
Mrs. J. S. C i'reh, Oregon City.
Machines forwarded to any address, with
directions for using, on receipt of price.
NO. 1, i30; NO. 2. Id.
;i O. VV. Tit VER..
(i ray's Music Stoje, )Id Tellows
I en ple, Cict.crul Agcut, I iist street,
LIVE A XI) LET LIVE!
THE 0P.EGQ CITV HACK AND DRAY CO.
TTAVINO PURCHASED The
I X Liverv Stock and Itusiress ,
o! Mess s. Willis A Piiin 'uiiTfix.
and the Drays, Horses and Iu-mess t ( N.
Okkenm an, are now prepared to cany on
i.ivi:i:v i;t nim,
We will also deliver s'ab "o l to all those
persons to whom Willis ,t Lrouhtoti have
ei ga.ired and a many more as will engage
slab wood from us, "so far as we can get a
Ordeis left nt the Liverv Sbible for Wood.
Dr iving or Ilaidin, wdl be attended to with
disp .tch. Pat'onase in o ir several branches
of busiii' ss soiic ted. Our Cliuigf
CtiT The Highest Ca-h Price paid for Oats
delivered at the Stable.
C. N. ;i;EENMAV. Pesident,
J. M. F R A 7, E U, Secretary,
Of O. C. II. it D. Co.
Crcgoa City. Aug. ::), Is72. tf.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &C.
MAIN STREET, O'lEGON CITY.
HlOIUrE of all kin Is bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If yon drsire cro id (ioods, at LOW Friers,
citi at I SELLLN'tPS. and examine his fresh
s:nk of pr.ng Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
,vw,rL-V;'Vois' QUICK SALES AXD SMALL
. I. SELLING.
April 11. It7I:tr
JUST RECEIVED BY
II A II I, IS jg3 11.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND
cousitiug iu pari of
LADIES' AXD CUILDIiEXS'
Groceries, Crockery, &c-,r&c.
All of which I will sell at the LOWEST KATES. Give me a call before purchasing li
where, aud convince youivlves that 1 CAN and WILL SELL hs clieap as tbe cheapest.
CIIAS. II. CAUF1ELD,
CORNER MALN AND SEVENTH bTRELTS, OREGON CIXT.
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
of Oregon City, and the Willamette
Valbv . that Ie is sill on baud, and doiug
business on the old motto, that
'A Vim Me i-l. in is lietter tlian u
Slow Milliii." O
I. have just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased ute of the
LAKGEST and I5KST SELECTED
Stock of Goods
ever before cdlered ia this city; aud consists
in part, us follaws : o
Boots d Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats & Caps, Hosiery of every
Eescription, Kardvrare, Gro
ceries, Paints & Oils,
Sasli & Doors. Queens
Chinaware, Stoneware, Platedware,
qualities .t styles,
Clocks & Watches La
dies & Gcntlcraen's Furn
ishing Goods, Taney Tactions
of every dcEcription.Patcnt llcd
icines, Eope, Farming Implements
of all kinds, Carpets. Mattings,
Oil Cloth, Yall Paper, &c.
Of the above list, I can sav niv stock is the
MOST COMPLETE ever oil',-red in this mar
ket, and Wits sleeted with sp c ial cnrrfur
1 His i:ii-Uet. All of which 1 now oiler for
sale at the
Lowest Elarfcet Hates.
s- No use for the lading, or any one else, to
bink of iroinir to Por'land t.i huv troods for
am DIM KUMINEI TO SELL CHEAP and
not allow myself to be
IWBEKSOLD IX TIIE STATE GF ORECOX
All I ask. is a fair chance ard quh k pav
meuts. IJdiev ti, as I do, that nineteen
years' experience 111 Oregon City en.il.les me
to Know the retirements of the'trade.
Come one and all, and see for vonrselvcs
that the old stand of
cannot be beat in quality or price. It wnu'd
be use'ess for me t 1 tell you nil the advan
tages I can otl' ryou in the sale of good-, as
every stoie that advertises dus that, and
probably you have l.een disappointed. All I
wish to say is. come and see -and exaudne
lor yourselves, fnr I do not wish to make anv
mistakes. Sly nhjvct is to till all niy Id
fi lends now that I am s'ill alive, and desir
ous to sell ools cheap, for cash, or on such
terms as agreed upon.
Thanking all- tor the liberal patronage
THOS. CHARM AX.
Main street, Oregon City.
J57"Lfgal Tenders and County Script
taken at nuikct rates. a
;7-5O,CO0 lbs wool wanted bv
A r 1 11 K
rs a. HARDirv-c.
H E .1 1ST 0 PEN EI) A FULL V A R I E
ty ol choice
The Bakery will be constantly supplied
CANIHEs AND NUTS.
All of which wt'l be sold at livis g rates.
Keiutuiber that we do in t sell goods at
Also, please bear in mind that it takes
mon-y to io business.
To the fa-niinir trde vvc wonld sav, CAH
for you. produce, an.) CASH tor our goods.
Hoods delivered to ull patts ot the citv.
Feb. Pi. Is72;tf
-W---C-r MASONIC H ALL DU1LD
OREGON CITY, - - OREGON.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
tor sale, ciikap for casu,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Buvrrms, Lonncres. Pocking Chairs, What
nots. Per i-teads, AY a hstands. Curled
Hair and Pulu Matresses. Pu'u Pil
lovvs. Spr-ns Beds, Window
Shades. Picture Flames,
MouMinsrs, &c, ic.
J5TSpecial attei tion given to Upho'stTv
work in all its h ranches. Orders tilled with
promptness. Repairing d n with neatness
and dispatch. Furniture made to order.
f-? (Joods delivei ed to anv unit i,l lAtvn
free of charge. Call aaid fciuriiioc for your- ,
CWELL SELECTED STOCK'OF COOPS ,
Fresh Oysters ! I
LOUIS SA.L, -G- - Proprietor.
Corner of Kouilh uud Main Street
IRESH OYSTERS SERVED IN ANY
snle desired. Confectionery of eTery
Kind constancy on hand.
I manufacture all luy own s'ock. which i
sutlicklil guarantee Hurt it is fresh ar.d pure.
Call if want of a good cup of eofiee, tea.
or I'lini-alair, ir anything in my line.
Oregon City. September G. lfc7'J:tf
C. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
Hain Street, Oregon City.
Dc t n II. I.I A Ii I) TA III. KS in OI2EG ON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of thin
popular amusement to them
the n a 1: .s r FPU ZD
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors ana
Cijrars. Scotch, Irish and Bouibou alnadj
famous Whiskies and Punch.
also, kyo. 1
Is connected with the Sidocn.
Orewn City, Jan. 1, lS72:lf 0
EEAL ESTATE, HEAL ESTATE-
JACOB ST1TZKL, C. C. 'VT AT,
SUCCESSORS TO STITZEL & UTTOX.,
Cor. Kjcut anil AVukliingtt.n Sts.,
P 0 R T L A XI), ORE G OX .
Pjircial attention given to the sale of farm
ing lands and city property. All corics
pondence relating to t he lecouices cf Ore
gon will be promptly answered-
EEAL ESTATE JCTJEJML
Published monthly. Sent free of-trharge to
atiy address? r
JACOB STITZEL L CO.
March 1.5, 1fl7ti:tf
RESTAU R!A N T
OV'ISG TO THE COXTIXUEP ILL
liss of the Proprietor. Leon DeLoukt,
the Ibiinum Resturant is tl'crrd tor sale. T
any one w shing to engage in this but.ir.css,
a bargain is otlered.
Oregon City, t)ct. IS, lh72.
T HE BEST
DR. HUFELA N D'S
S "W I S S c
Tl ITrst and most healthful Tonle
ever introdnced in the United States.
These Bitters bar
H been in the San Fran
H cisco Mai kct for over
1 wnily Yiorn, and3
not withstanding the
ft many new candidatea
for public favor, lb
s:,lt. Iiiitp mncijnllT
TAJ LlUt & IIE5-
O HKKI.. Sole Acenti.
4(!t and 411 Clay St. ,
San Fiancifco. i-6-y
The standard remrdy for Coughn, I r C n-
111a, Son- Th root, I f 7,cf j,v p lapji frt t p,
I.rr C ntpluitit, Trtrrchitir.Blftdivfr of tht
"I'd Tvery aflection of the Thtoat,
Lungs and Cliest. including CoNsrwrTioN.
WHtiir'a Italsunt or AVilri (limy
does no t ery up a Congh. but looser it,
leanses ihe lurgs, sfid allays irrdation. thna
rtmnring the enure of the complaint. None
genuine ui less signed I. Titts. Tri-pared
bv Skth W Fowle So.v,s, Bostcvn Sold by
RrniMirnx. Hoptittek i'o., Sanfranciaco',
aed l.-y dealers genially. q
rpHE UNDEPS1GNEI) DESIRES TO FELL
1 elds property in Oregon City will eell
at a ' argain, to a rood purchaser.
A'.so 4 town lots In Canemah, with good
fei ce atound.
Also '2 town lo' in lower end of Orpgon
City; also 10 of land known as the dona
tion biT d e-la ni of Wm. Stone. 8 miles &
southeast of Orrpon City, with fome im
provements, thinly timbered, nc nnderj
growth . po A lusting wntrr
-f 1 ciiiri' r;t Cc.uiitvT'erk- rff re. -
" 1)1. FRAZER.
Oregon City, ilay stb, 175. vo2S