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UiitbUA tin; URtHiflX, APRIL 1, IS7J.
Junv I-ist. The following is the list
of jurymen ifrawn fur the A-uil term
of the Circuit Court, which convenes
on Monday, the iislh of April:
V..T. Cason. Allen M-ttoon, llonieo
Dibble, N. Walker, K. Viltforfr, J. T.
I Jiiitwooil, ie. (Jitlieiis, .1. V. I'erdew,
K. 15. L-ewelleii, David IT. D-'.irdorif.
Kl. Fellows, Clias. IWd.K II. S. C.
P ielps. J. I.. Caon, II. Kellv. II. II.
Hivs, H. C. llin-o. V. A. Jack, 15.
Iliimeston. .eo. Graham, Ilichard
trad ley, John Rintr. Peter Noyer, I.
Jieobs. O. JI. Rice, Jlenrv Summon,
O o. Rhodes. Ilenrv Will, Ja. WUkin
Ho:i, i. W. Covty, John Pulmater.
Parish Mkktiso. At the annual
meeting of Si. Paul's Parish, at the
Church on last Monday evening, the
following jromleineii were elected ves
trymen for the ensuinir year: Messrs.
John Mvers, Uoht. faidield, II. I-..
Kellv, Frank II. W est, John Shannon,
KeulxMi Smith and A. Noltner. At a
meeting of the Vc-try, held on the
wine evoninir, Mr.'.Mvcrs was elected
Senior r)Varden : H.'Ij. Kelly Junior
Warden ; A. Xoltner Secretary, and
Mr. Myers Treasurer.
Ml'sical Coxvkxtion. Ye had a
viit last Friday from Prof. Yarndley,
w ho projmses to hold a M iisical Con
vention in this city s.-irutime next
week, at the close of "which lie pronses
to give a concert. The Professor lias
testimonials of the highest character as
a gentleman ami musician, and we
have not the least douht but what his
.'forts to brin-r together t!ie musical
talent of our State w ill result beneficial
to those who may attend.
Cki.khkatiox. The O Id Fellows of
tYncitv propose tj celebrate the Anni
versary of the Order in an appropriate
in inner on the ;th hist., at the Hall of
Oregon L 1 vce N o. .5. The programme
''for 1 he celebration has not boen com
pleted as vet, bi.t we know that it will
b s.u !i as t r licet credit upon the
order arid be worthy of the occasion.
In Town. Dr. Thcssiii. a former
citizen of this place, but now of Cath
Imnct. VV. T., was in town last Friday
and g ive us a call. The Doctor looks
w'ell and heart v. lie is our avceiit t
Cat'.ilauirt, and we hope he may still
further increase our li it at lli.it place.
Trv it Doctor.
O.MiTTiii. In our list of the names of
those who received certificates to teach
at tho recent puMie examination, we
inadvertantly omitted the name of M r.
ILirvey Cross, whose name should
have apoeare-.l .urn nr.; the li.-t for a s"e
nn I grad ccrtii'c-ate. His pereentajje
of "orrei-t ansvvei.-. was 71.
i;oNE.-Mr. C. i:. Cl.iik 1 - ft here last
Monday n a visit to K.istern Oregon,
where tie cx;e ;- to remain ror i or
e nioii'lis. We wis!i hin a pleis
trio and safe return. Mr. F.i. De-
nicnt, who has 4 ecu hereon a visit to
Ids friends and n latives, left for S.i:i
Francisco, l:t WVdiicsd.iv.
M.uutEe. There is no material
ehaiig in the market reports either
fr0u Sin Francisco, Portland or Orc-
jr-n City thi- wck. T ie wool buyers
iv.ive plvc--i t.fce price of wool at iiO
-.tiis. whie!i we lieli ve is all that is
i:rr"d in towi at prestnt. o-hl is
T.iot.vi in New York at lb'; I."tralTen--r.
,iit Portland, are buying at 8."'j
und 311 in ' at Mjl.
TiViiJi: Sm.k. Messrs. Ab-riht A
b i;'H of this city, 1 vt week s I; to
Messrs. b'vy A S l!in , Port bind,
P.fl.V.t ikiiiii Is ofh'.ms. at I'lcent per
p am 1. an I r.' H poij,: '.s of s'i oulders.
at s e Mits p;r poiitel. This w is a! ! th--;r
enri'.i'T and oroc.-rht the hii;he.t
Ilure otivred in the m irket.
S'.iieeiNo. Chas. I, i;ti-i is Vusily en-jri-I-d
i'l sliippinr lar:; (ju.int iiies of
h.i!iri and sh'ub-b rs, whi-'li we ere in
fornied are in dem i;i 1. owinr to their
K-i:"rior ipiali;y. Mr. l.ius pit up
7')Jics la-it s'-asori, which averajr--,!
noout ill J ) pounds e:;eh.
Ki:movk:i. Mr. A. T,evy has rem v
d in his new and handsome store.
w here he i- nrepan-d to s; II ods at
ri'tn irkalil" Icvraies. He !i is asso
ciated with him is : ! i -i-css his brot ii-r.
N .'W ail vt-rtis 'iii: iit will apptnir next
P.vssi:!) Tit itoiMii. We had the
pleasure of iicetin ; our friend M irt V.
l'.ro-.vn, ot'the Alhanv Democrat
l.iit M :i l.iy, i;i town. Mar t is at tin;
hea. I of a jr.)ud paper, an 1 he is justly
eiuitb'd to the lioeral support he is re
Kr.TcitN ki. M ijor Charm. ui rcturn--jcd-lionn'
last TaeJay evening from
S in Fraiici-co. where he hail ix'cn to
purchase an extensive stock of spriier
; j;.Mds, whi.h are now U-in oienutl
inid ready for hisia usU.iners.
C I'i;i;soN.vi,.-Ve luid t he pleasure of
a call from Mr. Win. Thompson, last
M mday.ofthe Sib-m Mercurv, Mr.
Tiiompsoii is coimeeted with rhe of tin
Lest p. i pi is in the State, and we ate
jl--a.-d to learn that his paper is meet-
.-in.X with jrood sueeess.
Ciru t ir CoritT. The Circuit Court
for Cla -kanias county, Jud -re Fpton,
prcsidiiiir. eonvrnes in this eit v on the
Mou lav. the -:U inst. Wu learn that
tliore is but a small docket on Illc up
MoitK Oiidkus.-We li-ive yet some
School orders n hand which we wish
the Clerks to call Tor, as it is our deshrn I writor- :uul had considerable ex
!:,V! .r1!.1. iu f,,v '';lM 'w I IHjrienee iu nevsiaier buine Tin
"Hi ee. viMtltC' the vuuik n.,i 1 1.
T"caiu-er wants the monev out of his
i -W:r.-Mr. A. C. Kiily, is our duly
: authorized agent to receipt ami receive
j 'aen.-y duo this otlice. and also to solicit
J siiaeriptions and advertisements.
I Notice. We have lecn requested
i t- state that the liberal League will
v 0''et at the Court II
. fn'mg, at s oYlock
ouse next Tuesdav
r.Ai.i.or's Maha.ini; ron Aritir..
ltd'..,,. f ,.,,;,,., .- :. . : ,
i -- u ii.ui ni .i'i ii j.- !.-. net. i
; Hl-1 -i nifni tin ii 1 uir if i j r.-n if ...:.... 1
..v v f. .'v ib i-i 11 i.-n eioiieii
J 'ii the whitest of paper, with the I I.ic'k
I est ,,f ink, and is now one of the hand-
Noiiii-st magazines in the country, ami
I tillcvi with the most interesting mat
I l'T. It suits all tastes, and even has a
I department for children, so that the
-de ones look for it as eagerlv as
hilts, it is li'!it. witty, gay and se-
1- so tha.t ttil can mul something
! ' Hen-vi;,,.. :.. .-. . . te.
1 1 1
: r,l's iioh w ,r.A".'.:
;"ii. l,. n.r'-o V", ,f k':lst' 1 u'.i:i,Iies vr' '
s . 'u 't them ends iti inarri nre i
-,.- .1 ' V.I.' . I
hr-a 1 f ; s;" always do. The
M. sen.) s -J,;V",.V:.. " ,l V "9.
r a, ... --" in nit pioaisiiers ami
- in i if i 1 : ' ri II 1 I
"sin ,e n Xl ,-:7.ine without 1 lav.
ralu.t, M i'lr-'miield St 5os-
exchange says that flier
1 -ilt-r in Oregon which endorsed !
? Pa policy with the Modoes.
would like to know what diabol-
V ' " 1 i:ir,t "a.
r.. . 0NV'm s'u.ls the publisher fl.- ing it, as we see that if w .1
' , ,'V" the M igazine tor one year. ! , , ,;f ; , -v..e.i
? ,),. a little Clirom.. wortli at h-ast i .none, an.vl not
an e,-,.. : " . -i svv.y.w.i- --"-, aon m aen it sneaks of
i 1 're an. I i t :.. i . r . i iron it does so n:in.)i..nti.. ..-n
rii.si ...i - '. " ' ' iJ preitV IllllC loeLO- : i'j.-.v;iiii
Mcctinir at Portland.
A citizen's meeting was held la:it
Monday for the purpose of cxiness
ing the feelings of the people in re
gard to the, treacherous murder per
petrated 1V the ATodoes, and also
give an expression of the high es
teem in which the murdered General
and soldier was held. Teeling and
appropriate speeches wen- made by
a number of gentlemen, after which
the following resolutions w ere adoit
ed: "Whekevs, By one of the most atro
cious acts of treachery conjoined with
murder known in the world's history,
a great Captain of our armies and a
beloved fellow-countryman, together
with others, lias been suddenly strick
en into death while in the perform
ance, of duty to his Government and ,
in the endeavor to save, his slayers
from the swift vengeance of an out
raged people. Therefore be it
llesolr!. That the diabolical
slaughter of General Canby and the
liev. Eleazer Thomas and the murder
ous intent upon the live: of Mr. A. U.
Meacham and Lieutenant Sherwood,
near the Military Camp in the Modoe
country on Friday, April 11th, re
quire the immediate attention ui the
Government at Washington, and
should be punished to the utmost
rigor and extremity, even to the ex
termination of the rebellious and sav
age perpetrators and their acces
sories and to this end the citizens of
Oregon, here in Portland assembled,
pray that the Faesident of the Uni
ted States will adopt the quickest
and most alTectual measures to avenge
the blood of their fallen countrymen.
IIesot-ved, That by the death of
General Canby the 'United States
Army has lost one of its noblest sol
diers and ablest commanders; the
Nation one of its most patriotic de
fenders and worthiest sons, and his
countrymen everywhere one of their
most faithful champions and devoted
Unsolved, That to manifest our
high appreciation of the late General
Canby, the citizens of Portland will
close their places of business and ob
serve other tokens of profound re
gard and deep sorrow on the occasion
of his obsequies here.
Ki-isoi.vei), That we tender the
lie art-broken widow of the noble
tlead our most earnest eondolement.
l!nsor,vi:o, That we likewise ten
der the widowed and orphaned others
who have been bereaved by this sav
sigii treachery and massacre, our
heartfelt sorrow and sympathy.
llrisoi.vr.o, That we, the citizens
of Portland, in mass meeting assem
bled, denounce with unqualified in
dination and with unreserved rep
robation the attitude and conduct of
those, in or out of authority, offi
cials and journalists and ulterers of
public sentiment, who have souu'ht
to c ist stigma on the people of Ore
gon for their part in this Modoe dif
ficulty, and who have insisted upon
or advocated the tvilii ;iur, impracti
cable, mistaken and finally criminal
policy of poa- and amieab'e trea'.y
with the rebellious and murderous
savages; That we have before us the
awful and most bloody fruits of that
fatal, sinful policy, in the slaughter
of the great and isol.de and honored
victims whom the Nation and this
pe ple are now called upon to mourn ;
An 1 that we protest no longer shall
that most misehevious, false and
dangerous policy be practiced bv
j the Government in its treatment of
j hostile and implacable savage tribes.
I I'.::sor.v:;i, Tiiat a copy of these
! re -sol -it ions be tr insmite l to the
President of the United States, and
that the daily newspapers of this
City and the press of Oregon be re
quested to publish the proceedings
of this meeting.
'i'lsc M.a!..-c Tre,
( tov. CJr.-wr r-'c-iv'd a c1i'.;;t.?-1i from J.
K. 11'iks, or Jacksonville, end r thite of th
llth, st.tt iter that the nad to I.inicville was
daice r-ms. The s -ttl rs warneil and travel
.sto;i -it. '-Wh it shall he loae with run.s?
They ar at Jenny crock." To which the
Governor immediately rejIi-d as folio.vs:
Kai .! a company of mount-'d volnnt'-ers
fort lueit h, and ihvii the road from Jack
sonville to I.inkville, and talc th-. -raris
men! ioa"d at .Joiwiy creek and proceed to
the rWiel" of the settlors in Klamath I,ake
The promptness, of the Governor fn the
def-nee of t lie s t tiers Is deserving of the
highest rais . Nothing has been lnt im
done by him to f ririic these tnim! thus suv
a's to justice, and had the matter of mak
ing p-aee lj'-en referred to him, he would
have lonr since accomplish d that obj it,
and a many a Modoc would now bo a jrood
CiiAxoi:.The Tuesday issue of the
Portland LWud came to us with the
announcement that Mr. C. liPel
linger would take the editorial
charge of the paper after that issue.
Mr, llellinger is a young man of
good abilities, a ready and forcible
has been connected with several pa
1 ers iu this state, and is too well
known t need any very extended in
troduction at our hands. We extend
to him a cor.dial greeting, and hope
he may be able to place the Herahl
o.i a- secure loun.lation, and regain
i the confidence which the recent
o.rrse oi that paper so materialiv
Tnn West. We commented this
journal to our readers verv hidiv
when it first started, and hoped tdt
it would be just to the entire coast
and be impartial to all section
Late numbers of that publication
very plainly indicate that the
etors have made a mistake
luctance and sometimes with a sneer
. - no a siitci.
I' I...-. I .
" 1 - '"o mce ceased exneetiu:
a 1;ur expression from a paper onb-
lished in California in behalf of Ore
Improved. " The Oregon City
Exteki'hise shows signs of financial
success by coming out in a new
dress. Although a good looking pa- i
per before, new type gives it a bright i
appearance.'" Or?"vi Fr trier. " I
Resolutions Adopted by th I-'arniers'
The following resolutions were
adopted at the Farmers' Convention
which met at Salem last Friday:
"Whei.eas, the practice of the farm
ers of Oregon, of storing their grain
in the warehouses of millers and
grain dealers, has resulted in placing
the power of setting the price, to a
great extent within the control of the
buyer; and, whereas, the present
system of the transportation of
freights upon the Columbia and
Willamettte rivers is unne.-essarilv
tedious an. I expensive; therefore,
1. That we strongly advise that
farmers keep absolute control of
their own products until sold, in
order to keep themselves free from
conditional engagements with middle
12. That it is manifestly the interest
of the fanners of the Willamette
and Columbia river vallevs to com
bine and build v.arehcmses at con
venient points along the railroads
and navigable streams, for the pur
pose of storing their products, and
to sell said products directly to the
shiiper or consumer, so as "to avoid
the extortions of middle men.
3. That, in our opinion, the con
struction of warehouses at Astoria
will greatly facilitate the transporta
tion of our products to foreign
markets; and that it is the conviction
of this body that a warehouse or
warehouses at said point will meet
such encouragement at tho hands of
the farmers of this State as will in
sure their success as an investment.
1. That we are not prepared to
recommend the building of sea-going
vessels by farmers, yet the construc
tion of such vessels within our
borders for the purpose of transpor
ting our products to foreign markets
deserves every, encouragement from
the people of Oregon.
". That while we are in favor of
encouraging all legitimate means of
more cheaply and expeditiously send
ing oiF exports and receiving imports,
we would most emphatically recom
mend the encouragement of all
branches of home manufactures as
a means of creating a home market
by the multiplication of our consum
b. That, as we recognize tho mer
chants of Oregon as sufferers in com
mon with farmers when freights are
subjected to unnecessary cost and de
lay, we therefore invite their co-operation
with us in securing relief from
our present system.
7. That, having interest in com
mon with all skillful mechanics in
the encouragement of home manu
facture, we would recommend to tin:
consideration of mister mechanics
the policy of using apprentice labor.
A Fit Heiesextative. Pres
ident Grant has appointed atx ig
norant negro Postmaster at Hampden
Sidnoy College, in Virginia, having
removed a white JtaJieal to make
room for the sweet-scented embodi
ment of Grantism. The Peter.-b.trg
Ajipc-.tl thus comments on the ap
pointment: " Could Patrick ITenry, a founder
of that institution, William Henry
Harrison, one of its earliest alumni,
and .las. Madison, who, as one of its
oilicials. cherished it through life,
arise from their graves and visit the
old halls and grounds so dear to
them through life, what would be
tietr astonishment and indignation
to hud the only representative there
of the Government which they saeri
thvdo much to establish and serve,
an ignorant negro boot-black, in an
eight-by-ton log hovel! Such appoint
ments, made to degrade ihe people,
go wide of their mark! They only
degrade the o'liee, the Government
service, an the Government which
makes them. Prompted by petty
malice ami meanne.s.s, like all such
a.-cs, they defeat their own ends, and
rebo-.md with double force against
The apparition of an old statesman
like Silas Wright, Henry Clay, or
Thomas H. Kenton suddenly appear
ing in the Senate of tho United States,
says an exchange, w hile the members
of that great body were discussing
the question whether some of their
associates were not litter for cells in
tho penitentiary than for seats in the
highest branch of the National Leg
islature, might be a wholesome re
minder of the difference between
the bitter present and the bitter past.
These old fellows had their weak
nesses and their vices, doubtless; but
among them was not that of buying
State Legislatures to g?t into posi
tion and of resorting to open and un
blushing perjury to keep it. They
had a chief aspiration that of liv
ing in history, not to be hated and
scorned and despised, but to be hon
ored and loved.
Pkiku's Musical. Monthly for
April, price ."'0 cents, contains tin? fol
lowing selection of -choice Xew Music:
'Neath the Waves her S..irit wanders.
Song . .liy Stewart.
No birtlc One to meet me. ' Song and
Think of me sometimes, 31 iggie.
Think of me," Darling. Song and
Gloria Patri. No. 1, in 1 hanks.
Allelulia, the Crown is on the Victor's
Children of (iod, rejoice and sing
M irch Violets. Polka-Mazurka. 4
Povvnie Cheeks Polka. . . . Harmistoun.
Christmas ;ifts March Ivinkel.
Poet and Peasant Richer.
Mobile Darling. Transcription. Kinkel.
The above pieces are also printed in
sheet-form from the same plates, and
sill for ;.;,. You can secure the
music sending the Publisher
cents for'the April number of Petkk'.s
Musical Monthly, or the last four
numbers will be sent for SI. Address,
J. b. pj:ti;ks. oh nr. oaiuvav. n. y.
Mrs. Hobbins of Polk county heat
ed a kettle of water last Thlirsday
for some purpose, and her attention
being called in another direction,
she set it down on the rloor and pass
ed out of doors, leaving a little child
about three years of age playing in
the kitchen. In a few" seconds she
heard a scream, and hurrving back
found the child in the boiling water.
I A I ; X C M PM cxr xo. ld.O.
Ha 1 on the First and Third Tues-
t V,n ,ch ,,nonth- Patriarchs VV
in crno,! Maud. ng arc invite:! to attend.
f - .
The contract for stone and con
struction of the State University
foundation was let to McAlexandeV
it IJowkcr at per arch in the wall.
Experiments are being made in mak
ing brick on the grounds, which if
successful will reduce the cost mate
rially. - -e- --
The IhyMertsajs: "The Odd Fel
lows of Albany and their friends will
celebrate the anniversary of Odd
Fellowship, April 2bth, by an excur
sion and picnic to Corvallis, JJanruni
Lodge of that city having extended
the invitation for us to visit. llev.Mr.
Xesbitt, of Corvallis, having been
seleened by Parnum Lodge to deliv
er an oration on the occasion, all who
attend may. expect a rich literary
feast from one of Oregon's most
It is reported that a fair prospect
exists that the woolen mills at
Brownsville, which have been idle
for some months, will be put in ac
tive operation again during the com
ing season. Two mechanics of ex
perience in the business, propose to
obtain control of the mills and run
them under their own special super
vision. Tho people in that section
will be pleased should tho pending
arrangements be perfected.
Half Alive. i . ,
It is a sad thing to pass through life only
half alive. Yet there ar; thousands whose
habitual condition is one of languor and
debility. They complain of no sp-.-oitic dis
eas" ; they surf t no positive pain ; but t hey
liave no relish for anything which affords
mental or sensational pleasure to their
more, robust ami energetic fellow-beings.
In nine cas-s out oi ten this state of lassi
tude aiul torjHjr arises lroni a morbid stom
ach. Indig'-stioii destroy.; tho energy of
both mind and body. When thf waste of
nature is not supplied by a due and regular
assimilation of the food, every or-jan is
starved, every function is interrupted.
Now, what docs common sense suggest
under these circumstances of depression?
The system needs rousing and strengthen
ing; not merely for an hour or two, to sink
altcrwards into a more pit iable eondit ion
than I'vi r (as it assuredly would do if an
ordinary alcoholic st imulant was re-sorted
to), but radically and permanently.
How is this desirable object to be accom
phished? The answer to this in 'stion,
lound"doii the unvarying experienc ot a
quarter of a century, is easily given. Infusr
new vigor into the digestive organs by a
course of Hostetter's .Stomach Hitters. "Do
not waste time in admiuist -ring temporary
remedies, but wake the system up by recu
p.Tiitiug tli" fountain lead of physical
strength and energy, the great organ upon
which all the other organs depend Tor their
nature and support.
P.y t he time t hat a dozen doses of the great
vegetable tonic and invigorant have been
taiv'a.th - fe -1I Irani" of th dyspeptic
will begin to feel its benign intlueiiee. Ap
petite will tie created, and with appetite
the capacity to digest what it craves. IVr
s evTe until tie cure is complete until
healthful blood, fit to be the material ot
ilesh ami muscle, l.one anil nerve and
erain.tlows t h rough the channels of circula
tion, instead o;' ta - wat-.-ry Jit bill ii in with
which they have heretofore been imper
It is a well known fact that Dyspep
sia and indigestion are the causes o,
nearly all tnc diseases that ihe humai:
ody'is heir to; then why pay enor
mous doctors' hills? r.v using Dr.
Henley's celebrated IXb bitters they
ia:i le timroiigly r.nij eated from the
system and new life imparted to the
siiii'eri-r. Itead phy-siiiinis certiiic;itc
in ..noioei coi tiuo.
" IteTit.j.i li-v (jn-iit a fire a littl" mit-t-T
kindleth." A cold Is ott-m called a litt le
matter, lint it is snea litt I - luati rs I.e.!
lead to consuinption, dis "ase and death.
101101. 11 -ejeet a eotu. It may l i-ar -ii j
WlST.VU'S ' r.AI.SA.M OF S'il.7 CtlKlttIV,
widen uiil aUu cure Coughs, Kroiiehit is,
o S r e j
r r ? r , r N
i"i:nc T-.-sts 1'ic ..I-iits or ill Tiiinjs.
1S1Q. FOX OVER Tiili'T'f VEAP.S. 1S7J.
a k.00 I- J O
PAI M-K S L LI
3 IAS been tested in ev.rv variet v of el 1
fi..d mate, and by almost cverv "nation
, 1. evn to Aie.erieans. It is t he constant
companion anil inestimable iriend of th'
missionary and the traveler, on the sea or
land, and no one should travel on our
lJiLcx r jiirrrx, trxthnut it.
Since tin- PAlN-Kll.l.KR was first, i at ro
dueed, and met. with siien e.xten.si ve sale,
many lAinnirntt, Itrtirf.-i, J'iiiutc.nix, aim
otii T j;r,iiriif.i have been .;r.T.at to the
puulie, lint not on of th-'m has attained
t li.-li iily 'vm i iU-xt,tHlin l th Pain-killer.
WHY !3 THIS SO ?
It is because Davis' Pain-Killer is what it
it claims to be a Reliever oi Pain.
Its ?ii-iits lire Vsel
If you nr suffering from internal pain.
win almost instant. y cure you. There is
not :img to eipial it lor
Colic, t'l-aiiip-, -piiius, IInrt-Itii-rt,
iiar!kea, i soii.y, 1-lux, Wind in
Jim ituwrU, Sour Stimiuui, l)ys
iepjia, Sii-U lii-allai-iic, tVic
In sections of the country where
Fever and Asua
prevails, there is no reiiv-dy held in greater
esteem. Persons traveling should keep it
oy tiiem. , few drops, 111 water, will pre
vent sickness or bow'cl troubles from
change of water.
From lor -ign countries th calls for 1'ain-
KVicr are great, it is lound to
Cure Cholera when All other Kemsdies Fail
HVVA' r.SA'D i:.XTJ;iiXALT,Y, AS A
1,1 X1M1-J.XT, nothinggivcsuiek'T eas in
Uuritf, Vut fin o-(t.'.. Sprains, Stinys rum
JriK-cd, and .Sei(. It removes the lir,
and tile wound ilea Is like on linarv sores
I tins suir ring with Jt J I ICUMAT ISM,
(iOCT, or -Xj;i IlAIj;lA, it not a iKsitive
-ure, 1 ,vy find the J'un-Aifer ives tiiem
r -U.-i wiien no other remedy will.
It Gives Instant Eelief From Aching Teeth.
Every house-keep .r sh'mld ke-p it at
hand, and apj'ly it 0:1 the lirst attack of
any pain. Ii will give satisfactorily relief,
atil -save hours oi stiff-ring. '
Donottritle with yours -Ives b- test4nx
untried remedies. He g'.ir you call for and
get the genuine 1'A I X-Kll.l.till, as many
worthless nostrums nr.. .attempted to be
sold on t he great reputation of this valua
ts Direct ions aecom pany each bott le.
Irii . eta., 5t eta. ixl SI Per Bottle.
SOCIETY XOTIC ES. .
oki;c;o.v ixix;i: no. .1, 1. 1. v.t
Meots everv Thursday
cvi -niiigat 7' o'cl., k, in tho iK:
odii renown li-.ii f ,iii
street. Members of llo'Or
......... - ...... ....
dcr arc invited to attend. IJy order
REiiiiiCCA ii;c;;tt::i lodcu x.
1. I. O. (. I, Mi-ct. on tlie jfh'fif
Second and Fourth Tue.s- - JUJiI
day evenings each month, ZZSZ'&IS
at 7'i o'cloek, in the Odd
1 llow.s' 1 lall. McMiibersofthe Degree
arc invitcii to attend.
MULTNOMAH LOIK.I? NO. I,.i.
iV -V. M.. Holds its reirtilar com- p.
muni.atioiis 011 the' First and -VV
TniKl Saturdays in each month, f
at 7 o'clock- from theiillh of Sep.
tcmi.cr to the -J itii of March ; and 1
o'clock from the 1.1)1 h uf March to the
L.IUI1 of Septcmficr. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of YV. M.
THE UNDERSIGNED AV'IED SEED AT
Public Auction, at his residence, in
Oregon City, on
Jloiiilay, April S, 1S73,
his entire stock of
Consisting of Parlor, Dining-Hoom, Bed
lioom, Florence Sowing Machine, Kitchen
and Carpets, Spring Matrasses, Stoves and
other furniture. Also, a fine Horse and
I hHve also a lot of second-hand doors
and window sashf which will be wild.
Oregon City, SrrW 1 VT.i.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
tTmTT?ncTmv nr? ntT TT?ORHTS
GUARD AGAINST FIRE !
DELAYS ATIE DANGEKOUS.
rp II K N'UMEROU S SKVF.RK F1KEH
L which ha ve occurred in our State the
past year, and the late disastrous confla
grations in Port land, iSpringville, Dalles,
Oregon City, and Jacksonville, should ad
monish property iwnrs tos cic indemnity
against loss and damage by lire without
INSURANCE C 0 31 P A NY,
OF HARTFOP.D, CONN.,
Represented on the Pacific coast for over
tii'teeii years, (during which period it has
paid sioo, uo lor I-ire Ixsses in the l'a-.
citic Department), Is one of the leading
American Fire Insurance Companies, and
the only Hartford Company represented in
the State of Oregon. In too prompt adjust
ment and payment of its losses.tlie 1'hienix
has no superior, the Company has never
hail a suit 111 the State, and in the prompt
cash payment oi nearly
in the Chicago and Boston, proves that the
old Phiciiix is equal to its every engage
ment. The Agents of the Pheenix are authorized
by commission lrom the company to issue
ami renew Policies direct, and without ref
erence to Portland, San Francisco, or else
where, thus enabling the applicant to se
cure imiiicxittte and Liiulintf protection.
Kates as low us solvency and fair profit
will admit of.
V. P. IIUUXS,
Resident Agent, Oregon Citv.
April IS, 1374.-1113
County TiYasurvr's Xotic;.
TKEAsriiEit's Office. Clackamas Co.)
Orkoon Citv, April l.Sth, 1S73. )
"VTOTICK IS HKREIiY GIVEN THAT
jL there are funds now on hand to pay
county warrants endorsed for iuteres, prior
September 1st, 1S72.
Interest will cease from this date.
T. J. McCAUYEK, Treasurer
QEAIiKh PROPOSALS WII.Ti P.E RE
ij ceive.i by the committee on Streets and
Public Property, until the JSth of April, for
const ruetiier a road from Ninth street un
it T the lilutr, to Seventh street, on the top.
Said road to o- made in accordance with a
plat on til- in t he U-corder's office. For
lurther information, iiLiuir- of th" com
mittee. S. MOSS,
J. D. MILIiKK,
April 10, 1S73. ' JAS. ATHEY,
C'ommit.t"c on streets.
' " ZlZtO 111 illCCEIZr," " CMS K021TIS3."
1 SPRIJfa FLOWERS." "SUMMER FLOWERS," .
" AWAKX " and " AbLh.tr,'
With th ECLECTIC WFEKI.T nd WKECI.T CHRIS-
it WKK ;ConolllateO), lor .uu.
wa of theM Chromn are the liie of w loei
Awake and i-att Aileep;" tne ouiera
Enbacribera farnlihtd AT ONCE
with their Chromua.
can make better tenia
with nathan with any ,
H.W .ADAMS i
LIVE AND LET LSVE!
THE OBIIGCX CITY HACK AND CRAY CO.
"ff E A VINO PURCHASED THE DIVERY
g fl Stock and ltusiness of Messrs. Willis
.v l.roughton, nnil the Drays?, Horses and
I'.iisine.ss ot ('. N.oreenman, are now pre
pared to carry on the
A NX) I521AYIING.
We will also deli vr slab wood to all those
persons to whom Willis t I'.roughton have
engaged and as many more as will engage
slab wood from us, so far as we can get a
supplv. Orders left at the 1,1 very statue
for Wood. Dray In tr -or Haulmg, will beat
tended to with dispatch. Patronage in our
several branches of business solicited. Our
Charges s:all lis Moderate.
The highest cash price paid for Oats
deliver, d at tne stauie.
C. N. (JREENMAN,
J. M. PRAZER, President.
Oregon City. August 23, lS72-tf.
STILL IX THE FIELD!
WILLIAMS &. HARDING,
EEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Kamily Oroceries to ix; iounu in tne
v. All goods warraiiii!. oumis ueiivereu
in t he cit v iree of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce.
Oregon City, March IS, a.
SONGS Toee PIANO.
.eluiled, Iost-i:aid, 011 Rccefpt riiice.
Darling, I am lonely now. Song and
chorus Stewart 30
Sweetest. Song and chorus Danks 30
Maftie Mav. Song and chorus Danks J
Iist and Saved. Dallad Doniker )
Earewell, Darling.till wo meet...Kos ewig 3a
Think 01 me. Darling. Song and cho
rus Miers 30
Asking ii blessing lrom mother. Song
. and cliorus Stewart 30
Recollections of childhood, liaritone
S()n.r 1 lanks 30
Tiiou art no longer mine. l;allad...l "anks 30
Hear mo say my little prayer. Song and
chorus : Pratt 30
Close the snutters, Willie's dead. Song
and chorus Stewart 30
Ethel lireeme. Song and chorus. ..I'ersley ;t
Quit dat ticklin me. Song dance... Hays 30
lou'll alwavs find me irue. Song and
chorus Hays 35
D 'ad but not lorgotten. Song and cho
rus Hays 40
Meet me .Megie.Song and cliorus. Hays -10
I.ay me where my Mother's tsl-epmg.
Song and chorus Stewart 40
Father of All. Sacred Song Panseron 50
Autumn leaves. Second Pcnsec Mclo-
di.jue '. T. Krey 35
Helisario. 1-antiisie Kinkel IU
Rustic iieauty March Kinkel 3o
Sunbeam March Skaats :15
Johnnie's Ma ren Kinkid
liertie's Schottisehe Kinkel 3-5
.Iimmie's Schottisehe Kinkle 35
llattie s Waltz Kinkel 35
Svcet Sixteen Waitz Kinkel 35
Evening 'phyrs Waitz Pacher 30
iiird ot li'-autj- Waltz Young 20
Switch-off ialop Young -JSi
"Kiltie's Poika Kinkel 35
Ravt'f Sunshine Polita i'aeher .
1 Jlisteniinr Stars Polka de Salon Peine 5
Eddie's Polka Kinkel 35
Harry's Polka Kinkel 35
Smile ot ik-auiy 1'oiKa oung
Pieces marked thus nave jncture titl-s.
Any piec mailed iost-paid, on receipt of
mariied pricce. Adures.s,
J. U. PETEItS,
.100 TJ roadway, Xew-Vork,
March 2S. IS73-iui
ORtGOfJ CITY BREWERY
ery wishes to inform th public that he is
now prepared to manufacture a No. I qual
la g nit n nun,
as rood as can br rhtniTw.r! n
the State. Orders iolicifd und'proinptly I
CHAS. EE. CVTJJFIEr,D,
C0RXER OF SEVEXTII AXD MAIX STREETS, 0REG0X CITV.
Has J ust Received a New Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, IJrown and Bleached Slieetings,
House Liinintr. Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling. Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics. Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods,' fcc.
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys,
Which ! le eloctad witli irlal tart Tor tlth market aid cannot
BE SURPASSED IX QVALITY OR PUKE. G
TIIEniGHESTMAUKLT PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
March 15. 1873 :tf
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prieas for
X5 iitt 01 "igrg-f,
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell as low as any house in Oregon for
CASH OK ITS EQUIVALENT
In Good Merchantable Produca.
I am selling rsry low for
cash m iiAari.
Gire m. a call and satisfy yourselres.
Oregon City, March 21, 1S73.
2tnl A 11 nil a 1
I ISTIl E 15 UTI O IV.
RANGING IN VALUE FROM
SIO to S5,000
TO THE SUBSCRIBERS OF
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND.
Every Subscriber is sure of one nremium
any way, also has an equal chance of re
ceiving a Cash Premium, or a Piano, Organ,
. atcn, sewing Jiaciiine, etc., etc.
First Grand Cash Premium
S 5 , O O O
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND. Eiiht Panes.
Large Size, Jlluxtratett, the Fatnil; Weekly,
is in its Third Volume and has attained the
Largest Circulation of any paper published
in the West, Its success enables th nronri-
ctors to furnish the llest. Most iX'siruble
and Most UseJul original reading matter in
great variety, that money can buy, and to
make it a Home Weekly suited to the
wants of every family. Subscription price
per year oi o2 numbers.
The Elegant Chromo
Size 1620 inches, 16 colors. Acknnwlcceri
by all to be the Handsomest and Most val
uable premium picture in America. Kvery
subscriber is nresenf .l u-ith ihi. -!., ...
the time of subscribing 1 nn timitinrt i nA.i
also receives a numbered certificate enti
tling the holder to a share in the distribu
.Ji nfW In cash and other premiums.
I lift t let I,,,, t l . ,
u ' lUKt?s piace on the sec
ond Tuesday in June next. The Chromo
and certificate sent on receipt of price.
Specimen copies, premium list, etc., giv--nP-J
idl pa rt icu Iars.sent free to any address.
AfiCM TO Kit her local or canvassing
fl. " 10 in every town. Lanre cash
Wfl NTP II 1ay and thp b"st outfit. Send
'nil I tU at once for terms. Address,
OUR FIRESIDE FRIKXD.
March 28-tf. Chieefn, Iu.
IV m. BROUGHTOX
TOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
T t he citizens oi Oregon Citv aud vicin
ity that he is prepared to iurnish
Fir, Spruce and Cedar
of every description.
Dry Flooring, CeiliHg.Spruce (for Shelving),
i-attice, Pickets, Fence Posts
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Sidewalk T.iimhr rnmlihrJ
on the shortest notice, at as low rat'-s a
can be purchased elsewhere in the Stale.
vjive me a can, at me
OREGOX CITY, SAW MILL.
March 21, lt73-tf.
4 8 THE ENTERPRISE HAS COMB
out jii a
from this day I will give everybody th
same show and sell
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES
and all othor merchandise
AT KECUCED PRICES FOR CASH,
to make room for
Call and see for yourselve. and save 31
per cent. cash. ' A. LEVY.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
AM IMMENSE STOCK AS USUAL
UEOItGE A. PEASE,
PROTZ.m, CILLIIIA. i CO.
Comer First ana Morriion ttrU.
November 22, 1872-tf.
SPUING AM) GOODS D
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents'
etc., e tc., etc., et,
Main Street, Orcjoii City.
PrOdlie rr nil Linila linnirhl Y.t IV. T
pay the highest market price If vou de
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at n
and examine his new f rwir rr Snfimr i.uui.
Give me a call and convince yourselTes!
"QUICK SALES ASD SMALL PROFITS."
Tne highest market priee paid 'for woL
n I. SELLING.
Oregon City. March 21, lST3-tf.
rf?i Jul, ft. ir n n7rBi
THE BES TX
DR. H U FE L AN D'S
Tilt First and Most Healthful Tonic
evr introduced in the Lnited Ntates.
These Hitters have
been in the San Fran
cisco ilarket lor over
Twenty Yearn, and
many new candidates
lor public lavor, tlia
sales have constantly
Taylor & He nee I,
Sole Agents, 40 and
411 Clay street, San
Francisco. No. 26-ly,
Savior, LaKocque Sc Co.
TTpr tcn t n t 1 v nn Kfirrl f"..- .nu n.
. , . .. . .... . - ...... v. ivm oca 1 mui ,
Middlings, lilan and ChlU-rn Fri irii.
purchasing feed must furnish the sack. q
LOUS SAAL, : :
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY An
nounce to tho citizens of Oreiron Citv
and vicinity, that I have opened an
ICE-CItEA?! and CONFECTIONERY
establishment in tho building formerly,
occupied by L. Diller, on the
Corner of Fourth and Main Streets.
The Artie Soda Fountain will be In
operation to supply the demands of the
thirsty. I manuiacture all my own stock,
consistently they are I'ure and. Fresh. A
share of public jwUronage is resjectlully so
rfKon Citv, Soptfinbr "th, lfiT;-tf.