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, OREGON, PRIL i, 17 J.
Mr y-vono I i l.-est '
t . fiti'i'ii it tins 1
sluccd his financial condition so that
thin aiil is necessary. len he was in
sb.....- ami in goo.l
icalth, his purse was always open t
he desei vins? and needy, ana we leei
"sured that he will now hnd tho.e
...1...... i. lrst known ever
among whom he is Lest known ever
r"idv to give him the assi.iance lie and
T -n v -t oik- to see him sulh-
The measles an-l whooping .u?rh are
complaints still prevalent ml or tan. .
ln,l we iuar fro... On u-n y 'Is in
iieiivili that inueli sickness, ps.pisni
those psirt aiiu.iM the adult , Tt io.i 1 ot
thewmn.unitv. V.or three deaths
were icimji ted last week.
TlusilKive is from the Portland ia-,M-rs
As usual, there is hut very little
truth in it. There is hut little sickness
in the town or vicinity, and tlwre has
1,1 " 1 . n....b ;.. ibis town tor a long
not iH-ci. ."'" nin '.
M.ri.irvni.K. The following item
from the Alhanv Uegister is in point
and directlv applicable to this city.and
rcgon t 'itv is ,1. -ing the identical thmg :
. : . , . U- .li iviic' thousa.uls ot
l..a.i - . . ..:..,iflt,1:,t 1....;.
lions cu l.e- - . - - , , n
we have ndcrre.i to neio.e .oi
again when opportjit'ners
Hon-::. CnANo7..-Mr. K. C. Holden
retires from the Cliff House next Sun
day, and Mosrs. p.r:.y and Al. White
avm no its m uiageiiient and eater to
,.o .vantsof the peoole. The new pro
prietors are Loth well known :.n.l hao
t.ad eoi.sideral.le exi-enenee in the t.us
iness. and we h ive no d .uU hut what
thev will succeed in givm- general s.it
i.t:iction to all who may iavor them
with a call.
SrnvKYiN.i P.vnriKs. Tour survey
in" parties expect to have tliis place
during the next week. 1). I. Tliomp-songo-sto
I.laho Territory :. livid
to irtah Territory; John . M l hum
t. tli" Coast llmge, in Yamhill couii.y ;
Henry Mehlrum to the S inly conn. ry.
,.in lUU comity. We wish all these gen
tl -men a pleasant trip and sa.e : etui 11
home when their la!. 01s are .omt hle.
Tfi.b l'liKiiiiir. The h.vci nor 1 rov
er pass -d up the river Monday and
yesterday with a full freight and a
In-"" passenger list. On Wedmd i.y
KhcVam- down from IlarriV.-urir wsto
over T passengers and all t.ie ii ;g.it
h ut.l carrv. Shr-is meeting wii.i
-Teat success and is liherally p:;tn-r.:.-?.l
l.y the shipiH-rs and travelers. .ie
deserves to he.
r.NF..nrfXATK.-Mr. H.d.len. f the
Oil. House had-male arrangements
l.v which he was to take c!iarge i t!i-
"itv Hotel at Corv.dlis. on. l!ie 1st inst.
hut the l.u.l d".n' and ail its cmicnts
were destroy. -d l.v lire on the '-ij-.i e.K.
We learn that Mr. H..1 h-n will take
' another house itntil the City Hwttlis
-) An foMi:.'. A man named lloherl
M iso.i b it this county hct : V . )-.!.
tt team which was covered v. ;. ; :. c.iat-
tel mortgage, and has n..t I en hi .-.id of
lMti 111 iciri v no ir u't ' '
onl to retur . the Ur.i in ess nena.ssu..
olf wii.i i.ie property win h does not
belong to him by right.
Ci.r.AN Windows. lieputy S'luiio
Henry II,-d.Les has made a ma
terial iiinr.iveiii'ii'. in the appearance
oftli- windows in front of the ( 'oiirt
House. He has had all the posters
v i '.".! -li' an 1 they 1 ek neat and
. . n.iiv- an. I he wis'ies it underst.f d ,
s ;t on leis.o-. ,
y m re posti 11
that In- d tes not want any
p isted on them.
I, x-. Okki : I5csiN-::ss. The follow
ing is a M.nement of the l..u:n"ss trans
acted at the Iiind Odi -e in this city
during the month of M uch : 4 ? lona
tioii .jcili ieates, for ll,"eU.7 il'TCs: 12
hom-'ste el entries, for 1 ,t"2. 1" acres; S
pre-empt ion filings, for s'.i !.:'.' acres.
U.NKixn. The r.ullettm local makes
mid unkind allusion to our townsman
Capt. O. I". M -('own in referring to the
barefooted condition of the top of his
head, an I insinuates that it became so
whih' lie was in search of his hat. That
i decidedly unkind.
Examination. Those interested will
iM-ar in mind that the puhli- exami?;a
tion of teachers takes place to-morrow,
at the Seminary, commencing at In
o'clock. Mich person is expected to
furnish their own paper.
Tuiui) Tnr.M. The third tern: of the
vchool year will (lose at the Oregon
City Seminary next Friday. We learn
that the scholars are making rapid
progress under the present cilu ieiit
corps of teachers.
Ni:w 1tatoi-:s. Messrs. Williams
x Harding received new California p.
tatocs by the last steamer. We acknowl
edge the receipt of a supply of them
'- ... .. ' . 4 . ' !
lor which nicy w ui 1'iea-se aecepi our I
I.ost.oh Sunday evening, the :;oth
ult- whih-coming from the Hd.-copnl !
. , ,. . f ........ ,. I,!.!. .1... C. 1 I
. .liiioi, n tia ci j . in. ik tin- ...i.ivr
w ill confer a f.ivtir by leaving at this
tthci', and lie suitably rcwarilc'd.
4. - T. "T T T x -w
was taken suddenly ill last S nurdaV
ii i ' i . .. . . -
and has been c- n.iTied to his bed ever
. . ,
Rit.ee. but we je.irn that he is miprov-
in- and will soon be out aain.
llKbitiKH's. Rev. Dr. Atkinson, of i
receive. i ttirect Irom
.in I'raiK-iseo, lier
F.n,s.i. . ,... ,.:
- .1. iv. liC l.lllll'UII NIVN lil.ll I
1. JolUVIIi: iJ.li WICTU. I ,1 iMV -. r i :.. .,..ct nl h.ll ll.io .t..... . i : ! CI V.
us to tender his thanks to the citi- ! ac- ent.tie.l to scuo-i mo.ic. , j C " a " movea tud" and tr,-,r arises iron, a mnVbid s,om- I WJK Vtt h,ghcstcusU
tbi t b- -.,tril.iited 1 female, the amount oi iiiom,. i i "1' "V ... ar mere was ap- ach. Jridi-.-.-tion u-sirojs n-. en.-r-y of i'V , V Wi, v Tv-V"
ot tins place w Iio contrii .una o , i, r.- ' i.v. hmwi.i fl,..f i. t i: .'. n,i.i .imi bodv. Wh-n 1 Or -icon C lty, Marc-li
,, . . . . , , .. t lone l to oacii oistriei, - 1 ' amuaus were " .. . 1 . , - ! .
x-rallv in his U halt, and .e;x;- , , worn 1 , , vn-Jn.r frt i,v,.. 1 nature is not supplied by a due and r-jrular
v to Mrs. ll. P. Thompson and Mrs. ported ami KC.t scnooi a 11-' -v , 1--1-"."- ami tne assimilation 01 the i.mki, every oran is A ... .
1-idler. Tiieanionnt tlieycoiieci- 1 i;l,v Those market whii 11 - iu-'- - t11 l" 1101a in em j starv. u. ee. . " ' "' , Q I! 1 U FOS T H.ii r g tt ti U
1 was?lrincoimaiHlrl.Sinr. tioiial districts. O V is for Oregon City ueie uu u nieir case is settled iy . ' ""' ., .n stances of :..r":C?; ....
Forest feels very jrrau 1 11 . . 1 , the new i'eace Commission, which 'n eVvsVem needs rousing and stf Vt . .1 A-i-pn, o
UclKrositV ot a:r cill.en in 1 .oiw 1 o. . ----:! intends lioldimr anothop nmv.nnu- I in-: not merely lor an hour or two. to sink Darlm- I am lonely now. Smcaml
himself and tanill . 11 . jj -" 1 . . 41, w vi-ir " am rwanis mt a more pu tattle condition chorus Stewart :tl
Vv, noted one al.out two mues .......
Swn 1-t wei-k.the pers-.n ""
I-uin. t speak, the truth occasional
Id ",ut dreg'." City and vicm.ty.
dollar' to oinei -
i atelv lHlon-rs to her-heeause she
KTnr.t ts.ke the lead in auguiatmg
andcoii.: leting two or moreg. o lioads
lca.li.ig through theinonMvd- otw -
. , ..... 1 . ''TT'T'Vi.-?. C,,, !. X 4 1
I'ortlami. win preac.i :u me ongrega-' -vu-.i. j,. ij. apiiioite, ! est-em. l'. rsons traveling should keep it
tiond chnrcii. in this citv. next Sunday. ! :v-on s ' 1'' wow man, " vho u' '- A 1'-'w --.ps, in wab r, will ,,r
" 11 ' , , . . i were t liM-iom..,.,. .;ti o , ! vent s.ckn -ss or bntvci troubles Irom
In evening the S indav School s.-h.-hirs ; fl 1 1 " lS''e w ith tlm peo.le cliang - ot wab r.
will have a Missionary Concert. ! UI. east, and to have a " big talk" Prom tor ign countries the calls for Jr.ii,i-
! v ith the great chief at Washin-'don ! Ki"cr ar- 'LT 'iXt- It is loin.d to
Nkw (h.oiis. ?.Irs. i:. D. Kelly has ha? returned. We have rot l.-n'T th i Cure Cholera when All other Esmedies Fail.
snrmg stock oi hats, llowe. s. ri noons. , i-e- o lecture to a small, but select J:r. Vutti,,;, J:r.i Sinsti,,
;Ve. bnli. s wdl plcae call :in.i exain-; audn'-.iee m roliav.k vaUev Iiiv'tv. I '"''r''- iS.t'f. It removes the lire
me stock and prices. (hurried him o'V ' i and the wound heals like ordim.rv sor -s'
! ,t i 17 . arp informed ! i bos- snie rmg with kiu:i matism'
b'lxiv Cotr.T. The April term of, I;,;U l "ronght two immigrants and i ''"t.T,or.VA7VMA7.i,it not a positive
tlse County Curt commences next ; J;?:" prospect fer the arrival of a J 'J-uno
M;,,lay , ,V Probate 1 Usiness ami on j at distant day are good. 'It 1 Esnlf IcLg Teeth
Inesday tor general county busi-. j Kvr-. loll5l.k,.,.,r.r shouM k ,t
v N' . Jiaiit.l, and apply it on the first attack of
orders have -one to Furo-ic for the fire- ! - .n of our 'olorca orators, who I l- not trill 'with yoursTlvos bv testin
brick i i Xr lU,lthLUtr,i cavrio tlie torch in the last cam-! l"Vf!d r",,Ji',sf ,r??"r ' vo" " u "d
1HK to l.e us".l m C mstriU-tuv tl2 i .tti . V g t th" KMiUliK? I'AIX-KIIsI.KH as mat...
ew iron Works at wc-o .' P-" .id was sLmdard bearer m the worthl-ss nostrums are au-mpted to b.
4 ! Grant Invinc-iblos. has reeeivoa tho T,'ul on.,!V' -r ':it reputation of this valua-
Luaraet Hose Co., No. 2, meets at , appointment of Assistant Ganger, j "V "Vs acco.nnvc s ,
thcro-un on next Tucday evening, j "Who says Uennhlies are ungrateful? j ul ctc.'S
IUiurt of the School iipcrmieiiuCi.c ,
of Clackamas County. i
I lac ii.iinwm i-i im-
Count v School Superinten.lent of this ,
iLunf, f jr the year 1-7:?. It shows the .
"-,r of voters, scholars of the :
:lace. ani lonir 1 v. 1 s. v. -r- - t hail ever (as it nssur.'uij wmiki do u an Sweetest. Somr and chorus llanKs M
: r : ;
1 i 42 r-t m :t7 $ i f' "i ? 11
-2i 42 1H "S .1 II
H 1 lri :i "1 l'Kl 71 17 ."!
4 i VZ '-2 "2a 7S ! "II
t; 1! A V. -JS 7i OT t '-'7
7 i in :;. 17 l r'i si ll
s 1 j :r 2 i" M 4" ' ''
- i t 71 "' 1:1 15 1 i- u
p) Pi r T, 21 ! -r x
11 r :r -si n i' n " -'
1 p; :;i p 11 57 :" !
n 1", :u -r.i n a '. r.s 5 ss
l -rv :J -i P k" i :ii
1 i'o SJ 4i .in IVJ :M 1 !'l
17 I pi t"i 21 1 M 1" 7
is ! ' : 1 o 1"' 5 !!
n) j 41 21 ; 7li (i7 (i !7
J- 21 " L'S 10J S-") i ")
il iii) :;." is 17 s;."i 1") i !.'"
'l :U - 31 .U 1-1 V) 11 Co
,"1 t pi 11 7 2!l !2 J 7-'
jii (is "i :1i l.T Pi ll r.ii
27 !S 2.1 I I l' t t-1 a !H
:) 2' ss .id U7 hi 11 .r.i
:ii 21 r.s :;i i m p so
:w p ihi :u hm tti t m
:tl 2" I'll 3 3 Pi) ill) 11 7-1
:U 2J 2S 11 'I "tl S ) I 7ii
:t.- :m ci- . :u li :'7 p :i7
::.i p; :u 1 1 n .r H7 5 n
."7 ! 27 IS !l "t l I!) 4 .VI
: 17 :U 17 11 .rt7 !i7 5 27
.ill 1" il 22 20 77 .'tl 1 1
40 41 7" :t$ 42 1!0 2", 12 7o
41 12 IS 11 7 :t! Mi : (Hi
42 :o .v :?. 2 P2 x-t it :r
VI ! 2 ) ,V :', ) 25 l'2 S5 ! :J5
41 i 12 25 11 11 .:i 75 4 25
4i i 211 51 20 ."U !5 :7 S (.7
17 I 2 t 12 IS 21 77 51 f 1 1
4S ! 2.5 51 2S 20 1 SO US il IS
.rvl ! !) 25 11 11 77 5 5 11
51 1 It 25 Pi 15 77 51 5 1 1
.V5 I !i 11 5 H 2i IS 2 :w
r,i in s 2 ll S' i :;u
5 17 41 l'i ! 7li 07 H7
5K i pi 21 12 12 :l SS 4 !'S
57 i 2:1 .i5 IS 17 l"t 4", o
I I ; !l 12 S 4 22 It 2 HI
12 : 22 42 21 IS 7S .rl 7 I I
S I 2S :?l Hi IS M 5S 5 7S
15 ! 5 11 7 21 :I2 2 21
li 7 ! 4 5 2D 57 1 S7
OC 2SJ rW.I 117 l:'.S C71 :! (.101
No. of quarters school taught i:i i
the districts Si'.-., or on an average of a
little over one and one-half pi .rters
per district. Of this, Oregon City dis
trict repr-.rts four terms and district No.
1 three terms. Those reporting two ;
terms or fraction over are districts No. j
'.. hi, 11, l'i, is. -jii, -', 2;. :us. -x',. :;7,4o, i
12, 4?, 17, 51 and fractional district !.
Tiiose reporting a fraction over one
term are s, ll, :',s. 4ii. and fractional
districts -J-; and (i; sill the rest have had
only one quarter of sciiool.
The amount of money expended
whieh was collected I v assessment
was .Sl.rVV.t 1.
Amount of incidental expenses
The total nmmint of tax levied and
coll -ted was S1..Y-0 52, of whieh Oregon
City .li -tri. t coll-'ctcd ?2..";s or i-on-sid'-ra!
le over one-hall".
Total valu iti' ii of school houses jn
the county, as f.r as reported, il'). 17. 1.
Total valuation of other school t.ropcr
Mr. M Carver, County Treasurer, has
funds on hand to pay ol" all or
ders endorsed prior to last August. Call
and get your money.
Cot'N. it.. Regular monthly meeting
of the City Council takes place next
Ni:w Ki:si:i;:n-j:. Mr. Or.pe lias
just completed a new residence in the
upper end of town.
fountain ilose Co., No. 1, meets at
their rooms ii"xt Wednesday evening.
, - - -
! Columhrt Hook ifc L-idder Co.. No. 1,
iuv( i.t .u im n los'iti i.ii t t iiiii',.
Scinniii Ei.k. t:o:. Those who are
interested in school matters should
reir.einl.'er that on next Jloiulav is
ti;e time provide.l hy law for the
election of School Directors and.
('ors in the various school districts
: -"- hese elections are of the utmost ira
1ort;Uu.(. :ilul parents sliould see
t'lat those who are elected are
thoroughly eonipote:it and will at
tend to their duties.
IYee Pass.- Ir. P.. Goldsmith,
President of the Willammette Trans
portation Company, has given notice
that the Company will convey all
delegates to the Farmers' Convention,
which is to ho held at Salem on t3ie
P)th inst., five of charge. This is
liberal on the part of the Company,
and shows that they are in :.vmpathy
with the producers of our State.
Uxivr.r.sAi,. The country Demo
cratic papers have all expressed their
utter condemnation of the vile sur
render made by the 1L ra hi io ?dr.
llollauay. Not one but what has
spoken in plain terms of its t roach
cry, and the patrons of the paper ure
showing their disapproval of its
course by stopping it as fast as they
, ... . . i .-. .1 ,
onics n, Us iius weeK much on-
l.iged and improved in appearance.
Vve congratulate Mr. Pmll on the
RUCCOSS lu i,.,.. .,1rt , t, c .
.....i. X;i tin; ' . . I .
The E'i:;,-i Oimrd , last Satur-
t , 1)'n"I ,RtT1I,tlon tho Il-r-
i " (tl idv) ,with six montlis to run
f .-i . ' ,. x. , - .'. 1 .IO r'V '
tt"'.iu.b or two since oOored on the
rn,.t f ... t.,,. c . ,
j 'V- ,hu :u-v'llVL' eents. without
! ha .mg a btivor.
i jdeasnre of
seeing mi n
a u -m.. i says: tfeorge P. Peil-
1 . t 1 T i
j us ine
latest from the front," has this:
From J. W. Manning who has just
reiumeu irom me Alotloe country
we ioarn timt after leaving; liealquaY-
iovs AVas informo J ly the courier,
lo overtook him at Linkville, that
The executors of Horace Greeley's
-.dl tl,..t tl M i l V,1LL U.
111 Suite lli.it the availal !e assets of
the estate aggregate s'l7 ):( Ol
l.T (l.i.v n,-A wti- e "i-' i
this theic ..io six shares of J nhime i
stock, valued at '.),000 each, the
coi.yriglits of his " Ilecolleetions " ;
-.i 'l ;? ,t -r- . V '
1 olltlL.lt bennomy, and other :
works, valued at Slo IKK) besides '
iirnmissovv nofo .
- - v ''j intiiui j u t'l liiu .-
loans, and numerous shares of stock
in various associations and railroad
bonds which are of no earthly value.
One singular item appears in the
inventory. It is a loan of So() at 1
percent, to E. P. "Weston, the pedes
trian. o -
Paper containing many line points
the paper of needles.
San 1-Ya ii ciscu Market Report.
Sax Francisco, April 2.
Wheat in Liverpool lis 4d ,,!2s.
llour Superfine, fl 5!0i, 5.05 ; extra, $5T25
Wheat Coast, SI .S'ir-;1 85; bay shipping
and milling, ?1 8.).1 S5.
Harl -v 1,000 sks coast, 1 2-1 : coast, $1 15
oil 22 . bay, rl 27 Vsd -3. Sal . ot SD sks bay
brewing at tl -tt.
Oats cieneral range, ?2 10;.i,2 20.
Portland Market Repor'.
WF.rNF.snAY Evknino, April 2, 1S73.
Oold in New York to-day, 117'i.
Portland Igal Tender rates, 8o buying ;
Wheat The market is very dull and
transactions meagre. The prices remain
weak at ?1 55.
Oats Receipts liberal and quotations at
W cuts kt l.e.sh' I, sacked and d livcred.
Flour Prices steady. We quote SI (KI4
a ot) per barr '1 as the ruling rates.
Pari -y Put littleoIT ring. Prices continue
firm at SI 15 ll 51 cental.
l'oultry Chickens scarce and in good de
mand at S! ():).'. I -S dozen.
P.utt.T Inferior quality a drug. Country
brands bring 25f4.:5 ic, while fancy dairy is in
good demad at !').;, :5c H.
Eggs Dull at IS cents per do." n.
P.acon tlie demand is nominal and the
supply on hand abundant. sd"S l'll '-c
c Hi; Should -rs, 7ciSc ; Hams, ll''l'.c.
Dried Fruits Appp-s in sacks, ti?..-7e . l't;
in kegs 7;.,Sc ; Piums, (pitl-ss) 1S2 ic.
bard In la lb cans, 11vl-c; in Kegs, 10
Oregon City Market Report,
Extf.ki'kisi: Offick, April
In rtur local market we have no changes
to note; trade is very quiet. Our merchants
are laying in heavy spring stocks, with the
anticipation that trad" wjll revive.
The following are t he buying prices for
produce, and the selling price for others :
Wheat Demand light, and selling at 75
Flour Hood supply in market, and sell
ing at ? I 5 ;'v 50.
Middlings Arc quoted at S25 pr ton;
shorts, ?2a ; and bran 1 15, with full supplies
on hand. .
Oats Supply equal to demand ; buyers
ar paying 10 cents.
Potato s No demand, and Ihe market
overstocked, at from 3: ') Cents per bush
el. Onions None in market ; quotable at 1
cents per pound.
Pitltvr i iood fr--sh is scarce, and finds
ready sale at from .l' l- cents per pound ;
in: -rior article in but little demand.
Eggs Mark'-t well supplied and sab? dull ;
we quote them at Hi c nts per dozen.
Chickens None in market; worth S3 51)
Wool None selling and no price yet
Drie.l Fruits Full stocks in market;
Apples are bringing (,7 cents per !und ;
p -aches 12 tlii cents ; Currants 10 1) cents.
Sugar Crushed, 1 Ii.tl5 cents; Island !:
10V ; .New t irleans, 1; cents ; San l''rancisc
r lined, 12'v 1 1 c -nts.
'1'ea 1 'st quality SI p -r pound, and oth
er brands ranging iron. Mi(-j,75 cents.
Coif .'c U -st article 25 cents; interior, 22
C Tit s.
Salt Ranging from l'vfii'v.
Syrup 51 cents p -r gallon; best article
I la con Hams 1213 cents: Shoulders,
.Scellts; Sides, PgCCIiiS fKT NIU!lll.
1 ard P.-r pound 11 c -nts.
(sil Devo es K -rosene per gallon, 75
cents; Unseed SI 25.
lie.-fon loot Oood fat cattle Had ready
sale at ( cents on loot.
Pork We quote at (i cents.
Sheep Few oln ring ; quote at f 2(n3 per
Hid 's (Jrecn at from S2;-v:, owing to tho
siz ; dry 15 cents per pound.
In this city, April 2d, 1S73. Mrs. Mary
Vickers, ag.-d 03 years, 7 months and 23
H r remains wiil be taken to Pleasant
Hill for burial on th boatthis morning.
Time Tt-stx th; M.rits of nil Things.
1510. FOB OVER ililSTY YEARS. IS.
PAI M-K I L LE
SB AS been tested in every variety of cli
iiL mate, ami by almost every "nation
k.-i.nvn to Americans. It is t he"co:is!ant
companion and in estimable Jriend ol the
missionary and tn? travel -r, on tho sea or
land, and no t.n should travel oa our
Jstkf.i in- Jiirr;-', irit.'uml if.
Sine the PAI N-jv 1 1.1 .Kit was first intro
duced, and met with such extensive sab',
many l.ininn nt, A'e.'t ., J:;i'icttt and
other Ji.'ii'tti -i have b -en oiler-d to the
public, but is.tt on" of th in has attained
the truly tnvi'iijlextttutiiii-i ot tlie Pain-killer
WHY IS THIS SO?
It is because Davis' Pain-Ivilb r is what it
it claims to be a It.diever of Pain.
Its ?Ieril are Unsettled.
If you are suffering from internal pain,
Tu'i ntj t't Thirl; J.-njt.t ni a I.iitl 'it,',
wiil almost instantly euro you. There is
not hi ng to equal it tor
Colic, Cramps, Hp.tsms, He nrt-un
liarbe;t, lysci. I y, Klu. Wind in '.
(In- It.tin i-, Sour Sti.ii.at ii, 1) k
jM'p.si., Sick, lifiiiluciic, vc.
In sections of the country where
Fever and Ague
prevails, tier is no remedy held in greater
. VJ.l'::. ':?'-". J:-v 1 1 . a.v .i
IF f ' T'O l.'f TT---fr -. - 4 r r t w
, : . V. ".,..."" T.'.V'-. "'
. ninilS... UU
It is a sail thing to pass through life only
half alive, et there are thousands whos
habitual condition is one of languor ami
debility. Tin y complain of no specific dis
ease ; they sutler no liositive pain ; but thev
have no relish lor anything which affords
mental or sensational pleasure to their
more robust ana energetic icllow-bcings.
to), but radically and i.vrit.anei,tiy.
Jl- is this durable obi -ct tob-accom-
ni, .shed? l h answer to this uu-eMion.
nmnded on tl.c unvarying e. p rience ot a
quaiterol a century, is easily iven. lulus e
vj!;or imo the dig -stive "organs bv a
course of llostetter's stomach hitters. l
not waste tiuir-in .uhnitosterin-t. orary
remedies, but wake t he s Mem up by r c.i-
j. rating the lountam lead ot pliysicai
strength and energy, the -r -at .
w"k-h all t lie other organs depe
nd lor their
iititurc and supixirt
Py I lie t one tn at a dozen doses of the great
vegetable tonic and invigorant nave Ueen
taK'-ri.the f -eble lranm of th: dyspeptic
will begin to led its b niign inilu ence. Alt
petite will be cr'ated, anil with appetite
the capacity to digest what it craves. Per
severe until th'? cure is complete until
healthful blood, tit to be the material of
llesh and muscle, boic and nerve and
brain, Hows through the channels oi circula
tion, instead of tne watery puhuhim wit h
which they have heretoioiv been imper
V.iw!crf':l are the cur's which have
lfell -lIected by WlSTAK'S PAI.SAM OF
Wn.n t.'n i;;:icy. It is a ilir ct cur? lor
coughs, colds, bronchitis, whooping-cough,
etc., and give torn; and vigor to the whole
system. Thousands give unsolicited testi
mony as to its el ct.
It is a well known fact that Dyspep
sia and indigestion are the causes of
neai ly all the diseases that the human
ho.ly is heir to; then why pay enor
nniib doctors' bills? by using Dr.
Henley's celebrated 1X1) Hitters they
ejtn ho thorougly eradicated from the
system and now life imparted to the
sullen r. Head physicians certiiieates
in another i -,1. ni i
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents tor the Entkkcrisu :
ieo. P. Kowell & Co., 40 Park Row, New
Co , Wetle rill it Co., (W7 Chestnut street,
Abt.ott it Co., No. 82 and .SI Nassau sir jet,
Port land, Oregon T,. Samuel
San Fr inciseo j -1 .'. '""
( U. P. I isu. r
St. H -1 "lis, Columbia county S. A. Mib?s
Astoria, Clatsop county ...A. Van Dus -n
Salem I,. Williams
Harrisburg J. 1 1. Smith
I.alayett , Vamhill county 1. 1 ...Ferguson
Dallas, Polk county Dave Holmes
Kenton county W. A. Wells
Corvallis Hon. John Pairn.-tt
Canyon City, irant co W. I!. I.sw ell
Albany . N. Arnold
Dalles, Wasco county, N. ll. Oat.-s
ba;rande, i'nion county A. C. Craig
Pendleton, Umatilla county s. V. Knox
Fu-'cmc Citv !J- M-Thompson
ia. a cnj j,., U.risll).v.
Itos 'burg Hon. 1.. F. bane
) C. T. Montagu 1
I.J. It. Ralston
Jackson ville Hon. E. D. l-ouuray
Ijong Tom H. C. Hustoii
( "an by ,
( 'utt ing's
I .ower Molalla
Mil wau kie
f. F. Reatie
1 1 Tiry Mc i iigm
I. W. Si raws r
Frank W. Fosr r
Capt. .. C. N.trton
W. .Mord and
John Hag 'iiberger
John I loole
W. II. Vaughn n
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own journal for 5
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publication is every way first-class, it
presents an unusual opportunity to our
subscribers. The Chromos are made
lty IVang and other celebrated artists,
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SOCIETV XI) TIC EX.
okixjox i.o:r;s: no. ;s, i. t. o.
Meets every Thursday i:iz----.,
eveningat 7 ' ft 'chick, in the SJ-SSft.
Odd Pel lows' Hall, Main '-f
street. Members of the Or
tier are invited to attend. I'v ordf-r
1' VLI.S HXCAMP.MIiXT NO. 1,1. O.
O. P.. ?deots at O.ld Fellows' 0 CV
Hall onthePirstantlThirtlTues- sJlO,
day of each month. Patriarchs V
in good standing are invited to attend.
iti:m:cc v i:-:;ki-:i-: i.oik;:-: no.
... i . ... ... i ., ...ii-cis on me -?f7r-9
T ... i
Second and Fourth Toes- 'ifJJ :-i
dav evenings ea-h month,
atT'i o'de.k, in" the o.i.i
fellows Hall. Members of the Degree
are invite. l to attend.
KUWXOMAII iAHK'.i: X(). I, A. I'.
it A. M., Holds its regular com- A
munieations on tin?' First and 'v
Third Saturdays in each month,
at 7 o'clock from the lint h of S ;i.
tembcr to the 120tH of March ; and 7'i
o'clock from the li'lth of Marcli to the
"nth of September, brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
Ev order of Vv. M.
County TivaMirYr's ?o'.ic,
TrtEAsruKu's Office, Clackamas Co. I
OitF.ooN Citv, .March 31st, 1S73. (
'V'OTICi: IS HEKEl'.Y (JIVEN THAT
Xi tie r.' ar funds now on band to pay
county warrants endorsed for Jntorcs, prior
toAugust. 1st, 1S72.
Inter st will case from this dat".
T J. McCAHVEU.-Treasurer
Ahout lo0 pounds tiflopo; pritn
or, of which this is an impression,
lias been in use Inita short time,
ixoml work. Price ca nts ib,
eitlior lie.l up or in cases cases
a b s o,
A smnll font of Nor.prrid of irti;..h thi is nn
ini'iressj.),!. I ri,-,. :n .-.'nts V A. pwl as new.
1 bfve js , ou.-h to set aim'..' one column of t..is
p.qn-r s.)!M. AU-.hvss this oiH.-c.
Um SAIL, : "T: PR0PK1ETCR.
T WO FED I1ESPECTFFET.Y AN
1 nounce to the citizens of Oregon ny
and vicinity, that I have Just opened an i
ICE-CKKAni anil COXFECTIO.VEUY
establishment in the building formerly
occupied by b. Dill r, on the
Corner of rourth and M'tin Streets.
The rtlc Sodn Fount a In will bo in
operation to supply the demands of the
thirst v. I rnanutactur all my own stock,
consequently thev are Pure and Frexh. A
share of public patronage is respectfully so
licited. iregon City, September Kli, ls72-tf.
STILL H THE FIELD!
WILLIAMS & HARDIHC,
KEEP THK MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to bo found in the
All goods warranteii. (.noils aeiivercu
Mattie .May. Song ami chorus banks 3il
Lost and saved, ballad Doniker 30
Farewell, Darling, till we meet.-Itosewig :J0
Think oi me. Darling. Song and cho
rus Mi.-rs 3
Asking a blessing irom mother. Song
and chorus Stewart 30
Ilecol led ions of childhood. Paritone
sting Hanks '.Mi
rimii art no longer mine, ballad. .. Dan ks HO
Hear me say my littl - prayer. Song and
chorus Pratt M
Clos" the shutters, Willie's dead. Song
and chorus Stewart 3s
Eth"l Dreeme. Song ami chorus... lVrsb-y 35
tuit dat ticklin me. Song t dance... Hays 3o
l oil 11 always tind me true. Song and
chorus llavs 35
-aieau out not lor gotten, song and elm-
rus Hays to
Mcct me Mcggie.Songnnd cliorus. Hays 10
"Uiy nil' wiuTi' my .Mother s Sleeping.
song ami cnorus Stewart 40
Father ot All. Sacred Song Pans ron 50
Autumn le aves. Second l'cnsee Melo-
.C. T. Frey a5
It. disarm. Fantasi
Kustic l: auty March
Sunbeam March ,
Sveet sixteen Waltz
Evening V. phyrs Waltz...
l:ird of beauty Waltz
Switch-off ( ialop
Pay of Sunshine Polka
Kin kle :J5
t Pacher 35
iliste;, jng stars Polka de Salon Feme 50
sEdiie-s Polka Kinkel a5
H:;rrys P.ilka Kink.-l 3.5
Smile ot lleauty Polka Young 20
Pieces marked thus have picture titles.
Any piece mailed post-paid, on receipt of
marked price e. Address,
I. I. PETKltS,
.":? Rroadu'ii)-, Xetvlvrk,
March 2S, !S73-m2.
ItAXtlXd IN VAI,FI2 FROJI
GIG to S5,OCO
TO THE SUBSCRIBERS OF
OUR FIRESIDE FB1BID.
Every Subscriber is sure tf one premium
any way, also has an equal chance of re
c 'ivinga Cash Pr -miiim, or a Pi a no. Organ,
Watch, Sewing Machine, etc., etc.
First Grand Cash Premium
OUR FIRESIDE FTtlEfTD. Ki-tht Va-io,
J.nnjf Size, Jlnstriitvf, the Fit:i,ili U'ct kti,
is in its Third Volume and has at tailed t he
barge- Circulation of any paper published
in the West. Its success enables the propri
etors to furnish the P.est. Most, Jhsirable
and Most Fs"ttil original rending matter in
great, variety, t hat money can buv, and to
make it a Home Weekly .suited to the
wants of every family. Subscription price
S3 per year of 52 numbers.
Tho Elegant Chromo
Siz" lf.20 inches, Pi colors. Aeknowleged
by all to be t Ii" 1 landsomest and .Most val
uable premium picture in America. Every
subscriber is pr-'s nfe.l wit h t his ( 'hromo at
tli" time of subscribing, ( no u-fiitintJ, and
also r -ceives a numlier -il certificate enti
tling th-' holder to n shar - in t h- distribu
tion ol S-Io.OiiO in cash and .it her premiums.
The distribution takes plac? m t he sec
ond Tuesday in June ii".f. The Chrttmo
and certificate s -nt on receipt of price.
Specimen copies, premium list, etc.. giv
ing lull part iculars.s 'nt tree to an v address.
fa P ET fJ Either local or canvassing
f-iSjic-M BO in every town. Larg cash
'Ji1 H l,;,v ""'H'"1' hest out fit. Send
ivJlii1 l HU at once for terms. Addr-ss.
March 2S-tf. Vhicijo, lit.
A. C. WALLINC'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
Pitlficlt's Infblii!. Corner of Slnrk
hikI Front Slrffts.
T1I.AXK ROOKS KFf.EI) ANI PflFNIS
S5 to any tl'-sired pattern. Music Looks,
Nlaga.in. s, Newspapers, etc., bound in ev
ery vari- ty of style known to the trrade.
Orders irom the country promptly at
r? ,AKEX FP I!V AI.I'HRn MAIUJl'AM.
living in Manpiam's I r 'cinct, Clacka
mas county, t ireg.m, one Dun Mare Mule,
branded on tic left ii i p with No. 11; two
upper bits or notches tint of right ear. Was
posted on the 1st day of January, lsT3.
Clackamas county, March -11, 1S73. Iw
a rcriioy A XI) COMMISSIOX.
A- B. R3GHARDSON,
Cormrr of Fraitt Oak sis., Portlstntl.
Of Ileal Estat", (Jroceri's, (general Mer
chandise and Horses.
S M.E HAYS Wcdn.'sdav and Saturday.
A. P. lUCHAKH.NOX,
English Itefined Par and Rundle Iron,
l-iiglish Square and octagon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Kasps,
Saws, Screws, Fry-Pans,
Sii-'-t Iron, H.
larg" assortment of ;roeeries and Liq
uors. A. P. mciiAitnsox,
Jan. 1, lST3-tf. Auctioneer.
LE0X DcLOUEY, rroprietor,
(I it? of the Cliff House.)
.MA IX STIIKKT, ORECOX CITY, OCX.
V THE UXIsEIlSKJED w
i. o J respect tully announ-
?f;-sto,lis.,ri0n'"5 A the VASyi
that he has re-opened the above named
The Proprietor knows how to serve his
Oysters, Fig' lct,
A Good dtp of Coffer,
Or a GimxI Sftinre McaL
Oregon f ity, March 'S, ls73-tf.
CHS. I-I. CA(JJTIELT3, a
COItXXli OF SEVLWTH AXD MAIX STREETS, OREGOX CITI'
Has J ust Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods. P.rown and bleached Sheetings, O
House Jming, Shirtings, Tabic-Linen, Irish Rosom Linens
Linen Ttwelling, Tablc-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Hcnts'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions.
Kmbr)itk-ry, White Ooods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, &c.
Also, a full assortment of O
LADIES' AMD CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil. Coal Oil Lamjis, Wicks and Chimney..
AVliltU havt be .elettc.l xvith .l-clal care Tor tl.i. m.rk.t a.d c.nnot
BE SHtPASSED IX QUALITY OK PUICB.
TStn IIIC.I1I-ST MARKET PKIC1SPAID l-'OR COUNTRY PRODCCK.
March 13, ls73:tf Q
A X I
Books and Stationery.
I will pay tho highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
C.-l SI I O Ii I TS EQ UI I 'A LRXT
in Good Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
CASH IX II AXD
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City. March 21. 1ST3.
Thf stamlnrd remedy for Coiis-li, Intl.
cum. Sure Tlinxit, W'imnjrinr Cou'ih, Cmup,
I.irrr Cinnjtluitil, Hinnciifii, 11'rniinrf of tlie
Eunix, and every affection of the Throat,
Lungs and Ch.-sf, including Consumption.
lV(itr' Itals.tiii t" Wilfl t herry does
not dry up a t.'ough, but loosens it.cb'anses
the lungs, and alleys, thus rrmorinr the
etiuxcnt the complaint. None nine un
less signed I. Putts. Prepared by Setii
Fowlk Sons, IVtston. Sold by ItkniNOTON,
HosTFTTKit fc Co., San Francisco, and by
LIVE AND LET LIVE!
THE OREGCX CITY HACK AND DRAY CO.
WING ITRCHASEh THE LIVEUY
Stock and Pusiness of Messrs. Willis
A P.roughton, and the Drays, Horses and
Pusiness of C. X. Greenman, arc now prc
pared to carry on the
LIVERY Iil SIXESS,
Ve will also deliver slab wood to all those
persons to whom Willis A Proughton have
engaged and as many more as will engage
slaij wood from us, so far as we can get a
supply. Orders left at tho Livers- Stable
for WofHl, I (raying or Hauling, will Ik? at
tended to with dispatch. Patronage in our
several branches of business solicited. Our
Clarfes Shall He Moderate.
Tho highest cash price paid for Oats
delivered at the Stable.
C. X. GUEENMAX.
J. M. FR.AZER. President.
Oregon City. August 23. l.sT2-tf.
AY m. A ROUGH TON
WC!FLI RESPECTFULLY INFORM
T T the Citizens ol Oreiron I'itv n...l -iAi..
ity tht In? is prepared to lurnish
Hr, Spruce unci (div
of every description.
lry Floirlng, Cciling.Spn.ee (for She!vlnC).
I -atticc. Pickets, Fence Posts
Constantly on Hand.
-. ' o K--
Street and Sidewalk Lumlicr fnrntihMl
on the shortest notice, at as low rates a
can oc purcnasea elsewhere In the State.
uivu me a can, at tne - o
OHEGOX CITY, SAW KILL.
March 21, lS73-tf. O " O
4 S THE EXTEKPUISE HAS COME
out in a
from this day I will give everybody thf
same show and sell
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES
and all other merchandise
AT REDITED PRICES FOR CASH,
to make room for
Call and see for yourselves, and sure 25
lM-r cent. cash. A. LEVY.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
OPPOSITE OtfIDEXT.lL HOTEL.
AN IKMENSE STOCK AS USUAL
GEORGE A. PEASE,
SCCCESSOH TO O
PROTZJIAX, GILIIIIAX k CO.
Corner First and Morrison streets.
SPRING AND SinniEIl GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shoes,.
Crockerj-, Xoti-.ns, q
Ladies and GcntM'
etc., itc, etc., lc
Klain Strert, Orrifoi C'ilj-.
Produce of all kinds lionrhf-.r which I
pay tho highest marlot price, n you de
sire good Goftds at Ixw pric-s. call sit O
. I. SHLLIXG'S
and examine his now stock ol Spring gons.
Give me a call and convince yours-lves!
My motto is,
QUICK SAI.KS AND SXAtL raOFITS."
The highest market price paid lor .!.
Oregon City, March 21, 1873-tf.
rX Ii 112 BES rJT.
DR. HUFELAN B'S
S AV" I S S
TUe FIrif. and JIot IlealtliXnl Tonlr
ever introduced iu (lie I Hi.'efl States.
TIicro Litters have
bet ri j n t he n r ran
cisco Xiark' t tor ovr
'let- 1ik, atld
not wilbstau.Ji.rp; te
public favor, the
sales, have constantly
'laj lor rft Rei:eel,.
Solf Ag'-nts, VK) nnd
411 Clay street. Stu
Francisco. i,Xo. 26-ly.-
Savior, LaRocque & Co.
KHp constantly on hand for sale Flour;.
Middlings. I',lan and Chicken Feed. Parties,
purchasing feed must furnish the suck.
PublicExaraination of Teachers.-
"V'OTICE IS HERERY GIVEX TO AT L
jL concerned that There will be a lut-lie
Examination of Teachers who d -sir.-' o? r--tirlcatos
for Clackamas c nnfy, nt the Ore
gon City Seminary, at 10 o'clock, a. m., on
Saturday, April 5I, lTJS.
It is desir 'd that all who oxjiect to tnch
or an? teaching will avail thi ms, 1vm of
those public examinations, as there wiii btr
no charge for certiticMtcs.
PROFS. MACROI MORELAXB
have lieen apiiointod by in" to cor-iuct th
examination. Ccrincatcs 12.5-s at r-nvate
examtnnti'in. A. Ob;EH,
Supt. lHiblic Schools for Clacltamas Co.
Mnrch 21st. l7e, td.