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02EG0X CITV, ORECOX, JL"SE 20, 1F ,.
Makinsr Honest IVIUician.-
A great manv people liotli men anl
wfimrn. Drofe.s to liave a "Perl'iet i
"horror of polities." They look up- ;
on the mo.les l.v which the irovern- j
mnnf i . irril 'on n a fnifio' in t', i
hand's of shrewd unscrupulous men,
who have little regard for truth,
honesty or the real prosperity .of the
country, hut who are impelled by
love of lucre, of position ami power.
It is common to hear politics spoken
of as aSerbonian dog, in which every
man must be mired who attempts to
reach greatness through that high
Now we hold, and we think the
justice of our position can be estab
lished, that every man and every wo
laan in the republic is responsible
to a greater or less extent fr corrup
tion in politics. And more, that it
is the duty of every individual to
have a hand in this matter, of puri-
J1I1'-; I 'Ul l llLo. J.iO 1. n i' e.v.i .
fnffir-.W "b,,,..r theavat
root of the tree;" by beginning a
the cradle to inculcate l -ssons of
truth, of honesty, civil and social,
unu of Christian charity, which is
"I'eaec on earth and good will to
men." It is a common saying, we
- have heard it a thousand times in
Fourth of Julyand similar orations
that the Biblei the corner stone; of
this Kej'tiblic. "VJe all believe this
to be so, but how do we act in refer
once to this connection"? ulr.w many
parents taking thi-s book as the rule
of moral action, diligently instruct
their children in i!s teachings in or
der that they may beco.;p good cit-
izeus. How many take ains to cul
tivate in their ofi'-pring ;he love, for
its own intrinsic excellence, of that
which is absolutely p:i:e ami jm.t
and true? How man;." touch them
when tempted to to astr.iv to rcujv.
"How com I do thWiv.:! wi.'kedne-;
and sin against (od 'i There is in
e",ery man's hoi1.-;' a perfect antidote
to this corruption in pontics which
is soomuch iratvl about. Did -To-
c'ph in Lg"pt u'.tain an i rt tain hi.;
eminence at the Cimvt or I'haraoh by
bribery and chicaner; ? His story is
'-full of lessons of poliii.-id v.siiom
a!id sagacity, of truth a id honesty,
tti highCi-apacity aivl i. '.corrupt ihh;
C integrity, of all tho cl -.'.mn.ts tiiat
make statesmen great. Vi'us it by
"trickery that Danii 1 be-an.e third
ruler in lielsha.a-.-'s kincdom. ami
first of the tin
Prt e-m euts in the
reign of Darin ?
The ignorance of men r.nd women
and children, nominally, Christian,
of a great many charae'cei s r.nd cv. r.ts
2ortr;iyel in the Sacred Scripture;;,
is simply deplorable. Vo.i cannot
lind a carpi-nter with out lvs rule in
his pocket, yn v i 1 1 n -ver catch a
stone-mason without his line or plum
met, a railroad condu tor without
maps and charts somewhere about
Chilli, an editor without his newspa
per, Imt hoyy-otten to we meet men
and women, homimdiy he.not, abov.t
whom w c.n hn.l no : rac of this
absolute line -f morel e -'ion, tiiis
plummet of Divine rectitude, this
title deed to e e,Ie.tir.g inheritance,
but must take it for gr.mu d that they
have got it-' -stowed away in sme se
As long as we have a government
there must be men to si-'m;n:--ter it.
and it is for the- in'.et 'st ef e cry
body that th"js- nun b lioi --st; it is
in the power of every father and
mother in the laud to ciedribnte to
this result. Clhstead of keeping" out
of politics, h t. every man act his part
in it well and honestly, and. .!o what
lie can to make others conduct in the
same manner, let
i:.i t lain his so. is
to imitate the demi-gods of this na
tion Washington and J. ih-rson. ami
1 'at rick Henry a nil Chief ,J ustiee Mar
shall, and John Jay men whose so
cial and political lives were equaily
Men and women of high virtue are
no more the result of an accident
than the raiding of eighty bushels of
shelled corn to the acre is an acci
dent. Miracles do not happen in the
nineteenth ceuturv. The seed that
was sown in good ground brought
forth abundantly; that ground had
been cart-fully prepared; it was not
hard like the wayside, weedy or with
out depth of earth, but i a-llow, moist
pulverized and fertilized. Thus w ith
moral soil. Our greatest divines,
our noblest statesmen, our most em
inent philosophers and scientists,
are the blossoms of generations of
culture audi intelligence, of moraliiy
Sitting in children's chair.--, around
the fireside, playing with hoop or
ball, or marbles, smiling the primer
and the multinlicatioii bible, are the
future law makers. Coventors. Sena
tors. Presidents of gur country.
Shall they be honest in their dealings,
truth-abiding, C-oddV aring men? On
whom, oh father! oh. mother! does
this depend? V. F. Tril.n .-.
Senator Carl Scliarz.
The Ssow York S-;i. April 2th,
chronicles the departure of Senator
fcehurz and family ft. Fur pe, says:
The Senator intends to visit the
principal European cities, particular
ly those of the Fatherland. Carl
Sehurz was born in Liblar, near
Cologne. March J. K and studied
at the collegiate iusthuii m at Col
ogne, and aflt rward the Uniersity
at lionn. He went from the Univer
sity dreaming of a Cerm.-.u llepubli
can Confederation, lb' became ee.i
tor of a liberal newspaper. He fois
tered the revolutionary spirit which
culminated in aetual hostilities m-a;.-
1.- v.wv 1 1S i i-ni.1. en-, - 1,-' ,,.1
lliv a- -'. ...
torial chair he joined the ranks of
the revolutionists, taking part in the !
defense of llastedt. lef. a'ed he lied
to Switzerland, thence to Paris and
London. In London he was a teach
er and a correspondent for three
yearsQ Meantime the i'r-issian Gov
ernment exiled him for life, and the
decree was that if ever : Mind on Ger
man territory he should he shot. A
few years ago, through the iniluenee
of Trince P.ismark, the Gertmr.i Gov-
nrnnii ?it i'iivfinil hi d i si 1 d : f v
m-i.l in reeno-vu'H.-m o his "ius p' -
and ill recognition O .lis g. .;lb -
tended an invitation to revisit his
native land. The avIi le American
people, without distinction of party,
will -wish him jdeasnre and a happy
Several families have come into
Douglas county within the last few
days from Missonri and Iowa. Thev i ?F :V.1 !!l';1!"", th in at anything eis.. l-ar-aro
well pleased with the country. i Vi'11 Co"
A Sad History.
From the Vt nano (Pa.) Spectator.
of a dan fritter. Then came pstrane-
m,'nt aversion on the part oi tuo
husban.l, on.lmg in his desertion ot
"W'ii.j ami child. Left penniless ami
hroken hearted, the poor motiier,
struggled to support herself and oil
spring, doing whatever her hands
found to do, and in the course of a
few years she applied for ami obtain
ed a'divoree. The husband went to
California, and finally settled in Or
egon, lie had talent, ambition and
assurance three great requisites for
success in life. Dabbling in poli
ticks, he awoke one morning to dis
c n-er that the Legislature of Oregon
had elected him to the Senate of the
Unite t States. He had lelt tiie wilds j
ol Jjtitler only some ten years oerore
going, ho cared not where, to escape
the .silken bonds of his marriage,
which had become galling fetters of
iron. Then his name was John
: r . , ,, . r . . 1 j. jl . .
PlucheJ ilipple but the henay.r,
when the yeas and nays tire calh
will ansAver to the name ot John 11.
:ditch(-U. The Mitchell of Oreg n
is the Hippie of lhitler county. He
will sit in the Chamber that once
echoed to the ringing periods of
Webster and Clay, courted, il ittered
and honored as a rising, perhaps a
Christian, Statesman. All that m m
could ak or promise for the. future
will be his. His lines have fallen in
Surely, the mutations of life are
bey on 1 1 our comprehension. Fiction
present, in all its range, no greater
contrast of fate or fortune than that
between Hippie, or Mitchell, in the
Semite of the United. States, and the
once cherished wife of his bosom,
a menial in a Franklin Hotel. He is
gust of earth's great ones; the
peer, as the world goes, of men of
historic lame; she a toiling slave,
"who dines from oil' the plate f,he
lately wa.-ki d" with no hope of a
brighter day this side of the grave.
el who can say that her lot, dark
and gloomy as it seems, is le.-.s hap
py than h-s? "Who knows that there
is constantly bt f.ne him torturing
visions of u dee.-.cried woman and a
little child? phantoms that will net
Antiquity of the I. (. O.
We llnd the following in an old En
glish paper, from a speech delivered
by Mr. Cooper, at a meeting of the
Order, in (ireenock, in Scotland.
Mr. Coo ier : aid :
';The origin of the order of Odd
Fellows is of very great aufhputy.
It was established by the 3 Ionian 5 ioi
diers. in the camp, during the 'reign
ot Aero, in the year .".". At that time
lii- present name was gr. en t.;em bv
Titus C.e.-,ar, in the year 7.. from the
singularity of their meeting, an I
front their knowing eat h other by
night or by day, and by their :hhliry
to liim and their country. IK not
only gave them the name of Odd Fol
lows but at the same time, as a pledge
of liieud.-ehip, presented them with a
dispensation engraven on gold, bear
ing the tlii-'eient emblem such as
the Sun, Moon and Stars, the Lamb
the Lion and the Dove, ami other
emblems of morality. The lirst ac-
: -oread in
other countries, is in the tii'iii centu
ry, when it was established in the
Spanish dominions, and in the sixth
century by King- Henry in Portugal,
and in th twelfth century it was es
tablished in Franco, and afterwards
by John Do Neville in Fnglaud, at
tended by live Ivnights from Fiance,
who formed a Loyal Grand Lodge
of Honor in London, which order
remained till the 11th century, when
a part of them began to form them
selves into a union, and a portion of
them remain up to this day--the
Lodges which are now very numer
ous, throughout the world, and call
themselves the Loyal Am h-nt Odd
Fellows, being a portion of the orig
inal body. The Manchester Unity
is of more recent date, although there
is no doubt of its emanating from
tne same source
Its first inti
tion into Manchester was
year ! -IK), by a few individuals from
the Union in London, Avho formed
themselves into a Lodge, and contin
ued in connection with them for
some liiao, v.hen some diilerence
caused then to declare themselves
independent, and thus have kept the
word Independent." 'Pill-rs,? ! -
;.', ";, I s IS.
Anofr Ami::-. Humanity aver
ages about the same the world over,
ike same impulses sway the human
h art in each strata of society.
'lucre would be far greater eharitv
in the world were it fully under
stood that very many times, when
one man is honored above another,
it is because he is not as well known.
Look out for those who crv the
loudest, "st -p thief," at the staging
creature who steals a loaf of broad
lo-ipocted as bettf
common peopie ir may bo because
they adroitly cloak their villainy.
Charity neither dwells ith ignor
ance or hypocrite
lo ee incapable of narrr.w censure
and base suspicions, a mind must be
expansive, and generous, learning
lessons from the infinitude of the
heavy and magnanimity of th.:"! To
be and to
-o this, one t'.es4- ev,.v
the g.-od and the K-autii'ul in
every person, rather
loan to cratcn the Haw in a grand
woik. tlrag it to tiie light and ex
aggerate its s; 'o "v.1 i i ,. .
! Tii, f . "i1""UMU"
r"V,flV ' ' 1 . . 1 V !"', stsltU:''.v
. ..i ...in- ojeinisn, lor lev
a s ol maroie can he ootained in
va'j ilunilid, r.ry-Tx-:'i
T.r.viNG rniniAs. ;-!J;
t'r' U!iM"'s r". m!"r!o th" public that he is
, n..- prt pare.i to manufacture a No ltei tl-
j ay m
as goo.1 as e.-.n bo obtained nrtvwhcr" in
I'-'.' Va:- orders solicited and'promptlv
fr CjOA I" relay! Agents wanted !
kr - . All classes of working p o-
pi", ol it h. r s- x, young or old, make mon-
'T- 'irK mr us m tte-ir si:ire moments:.
. . i.T nun liujuutu ui uiw j jSsued bv order oi i ne con m v Ily C E P.E TIE
as a house, servant, a woman who ' a mas county. Mat.- or ori-jron, dircc-etcd to ' ' "peputv Sheriff.
was a lew short years a??o the wue of j Vd c.mm'v ami state, for tho'yenr l72.and r - , TCI
a vou:i lawyer in Butler conntv ; ;.,,n,.nrmding mo to collect the taxes d.-sig- uHu Ibt ivi t A i i
f or her viwe the-e was a .short i pan d tlma -ou, as d.-nnuuent ; and lor want i y ogvs ALiutlfiiiT haw just w
' V V T , n i '. A of personal property to make .said taxes, I j ceived H fine lot of beef cattl- from the
-.ciii v.im i u linu ami tut- luiiu i..... 1. .m,oii anil on Saturday, inei T.a,,, n.. Th,.r tire t m latest.
tne cn.tmg ot which s-ome dark
soots are not revealed.
PuLlic Sale of Land for Delinquent Tuxes
-VOTICE I-54 HEREBY CI VEX THAT RY
r virtue of a warrant, unit u -mi i", ",
'41st day of .Tune, 17:J,
..iw, ..Mr'iion tothe l.i..-l.est. !
1 Will 'ii ;-n.i.v, ------ - i
binder, at the Court nous" unor, in nr"pm
Citv, Ciaelvamas couno , .;ul; ui "i.-chi
so ia'ach o: the lollowin described lots ana
parcels of land as may be necessary to pay
the taxes due thereon, ill Tinted Slates
coin, as levied in the year IsTJ, together
wit h' P es and costs.
Said land is sit anted in Clackamas coun
ty, Stat'? of Or'i:nn, and was assessed to
the iollowniir named peesoas, to-wit :
barber, A. J., sect ions H, i", -2 and 'Si, town
si iip numb, r '! soul h, rane nu m b -r 1
east , contain inu- t.T acres ; tax SJtiTt.
Ulanfl, Wm., pari oi claim o , sect ion No.
;;, to'.vnsiiii iiumb'-r 2 south, rane
number 1 east, containing, 101 acres ;
tax i ''o2.
Drown, Matthew, lot at railroad station,
look island, township number o
south, ran.e 1 east, containing one
barlo w, i;.'-beee;i, sections No.5and s.town-
Tiiiriil.-.r 1 sci.iitti r.-oe.. riniii)iir I
! east, contamimr o20 acres ; tax SJ7 2".
roston, .1. N'., south, half ot sout h west quar
ter ami southwest quarter ol souih-
a st quarter of sect ion mi in b. r 17 a ml
imn beast, quarter ol the southwest
quare roi" s -ft ion number Is, town
snip mi m b r a sent h, range number 1
w.si , cent a iniri r loo acres : tax ST to.
luain, 1)., part of s -etioii numb' r 21, to-.vn-she.p
num 1 -r..'! sout ii, ra nj;e luiwhiT 1
t a-t, coiitauoii; ljo aer.-s, and iart ot
s e:;..n mini! ) is, towns.'Op number
.'j soath, r:i:i,'.i' ii'.onb -r 2 t .-is;, con
taining: 70 ear. s ; tax Si v.i.
Crow, Jos' pti, ire. et ional nort hwest tpiarter
ot th" Cro.v claim, sect ion nu m ber i,
towns!; i num i er 2 sout h,ra nge mi m
ber 1 ea.-t , coiii'imiiig 11'' acres; tax
Chaf'-r.M icheri I.sfiut hwest ipiarter of nort !i--.-i.
st. quarter, and west halt :" the
sm:th"a.!-quarter of s' c'.ion numb, r
1, tw;isie.; number a south, raaae
jiuinb.-r 1 east, containing 120 acr. s ;
tax st a.
Coif'-", 'a!a!"ver, part of Foreilice claim,
sect i'i:i n 1 1 e.i b -r o, t own so i i n um b. r -south,
rau'e iiambi r 't east, and sec
tion riion ."';, lo.vnshi'i iiuinu' l'o
sout ii, r.i ae number a east , contain
ing 1')- acr s ; tax -l !(!.
Lu Tiber, ! :. ('.e-irs ot ) sout heast quart -r
of s clioii teini'ier iowi;se.:i ninn
ber "i Sou! il, l a lure mi m !) r 1 t ast ,ei
ial.-.i'.,; 10" acres: tax -000.
Ester; t in-on.so'.aii ball oi s -et i en nu:n
b i- 7, ii'iits:i!p man ! r '1 sout h, range
igemoi-r 1 ca.-i , containing 020 acr. s ;
tax .11 CO.
Fruit, .las., le.imb- r 1 and 2 in Mock
mi :n b'-r to, ' egon City ; tax ? 1 !").
Ft as.-r, J. il., e.i.-t iiaifol m a-: le.ve.-.t qua r
t r uinl v.-: st l?-. It ot sout h -a -t qua rl r
a :e 1 n. T. leas- qua rt vol s-ei '.on liuiii
bi r i ),a:n! v. e.-.t c l! ef non !: w s! quar
t r o; s'clioii iiumbr 11, townsiop
iiiim bi r " sout !i,ra iigi nuii i b--r 1 west,
coat. ii. ling i'Oaer. s; tax i-Zi 7-".
i-'ull'-r, i'l'ic -, ; iir of .!cM:th.i!:'s donation
.: 'ft ica.. -js. and towtiship num
ber 1 soul n, range nam ! . r 2 east , con-
taitimg 2SS acr.-s ; tax ?!- i
i'tster, it m brose (inars ol ) , pari of donat ion
sections 2J, -i antl JO, town.-c i
im.nb r2sia:Tii, range number oea.-t,
containing J2o,"ar s; tax -o is.
(rot r, Chus., s-vt !o.i.j 1" and 21, lovvn.hip
mi iii b' r 2 s'i:t 0, re.nge mini b -r 1 a s: ,
containing lo t acres; tax v'l 02.
I room , .Mnrga r. 1 1. I.., west !:alt ot nor! h
west quarter of section number JO,
antl northw-'st quarter of s.ui h west
tpiarter of S"c;foi number 27, town
sl.ip number 5 south, range i-um her
1 east, containing l.M at r -s : tax 57 2-".
(il 'r.coTi, l '.. "ast hall of I. Abbot t 's dona
tion cla i:n, s 'et ion number 1, town
ship mi m ' r ) sout ii , rati,'." mum b -r 1
east , con'a inin ; .;j i acres ; tax 7 'Si.
II.trris.-Tnomas, lot, number J and 7, in
liloel. n;ii;ii). r !, and -1 lots m l.'-lic -:n
I i 1 ; tax S7 lii.
ilath tway, W. 1)., part, of lot YS'mteomb
el.oin, seet'n.n number ;,0, iov.:i.-!ii i
iiumb'-r 1 son! ii, range mimber 1 eat ,
cat lining 1 ' acres; tax s: 01.
IIart!', llob-at, ir e ; ional nort hwest quar
ter ot S. '. ( ,i 1 j i It let's -donat ion cla i ni ,
section number ", to . nsie.p mi m ber
2 son! li, range nam b "r a . a -1 ,ceiil a in
ii.g i i aivr -s ; tax i-i '.
IIen."ie , J. s., iloln.es, north'-ast quar
t r vV e:i..t ii.'i if of northwest, quarter
of s-etion .No. VI, lownship o. ..1
s i;t 'a, rang" No. J east, containing
2ia acres ; t.i:; CK 22.
.lopes, ti. W., Lot .No. S in block 10 Cr'goa
t ::v, tax -y; oj.
K-'l'.ogg. :rs. M., Par! ef T.ot Whitconib
i I'.iei 'Cfii ii n :M OeAnsh':i o'.L
son; u, re. a g' No. 1 east, containing 'v
!C -'.logg', ( ireVi.'loV Tin block No. S.Os.vego ;
i :i SI is.
Ki l' -'gg, .bs -e'l, s 'etien No. 1. townsioo
No. j son' ii, range Mo. 1 east, contain
ing 2.7.1- ecr s, and s-ctlou N. Ii
towjiship No. -. st at h, r-". ng" No. 2
( asg on'ams 071.10 acres : tax i l-- il
Ivlrk, b. ii. !;"irs of, s nilhgis! quart' r of
s"C!i-ii No. !2, t iiwush : ; i No. son! i;,
ra :g - No. 2 ilimt. containg 10) i.eri.-.;
tax .-si IS.
Keisi r, ,!r.e b Sr., east half of th" west half
of section ; in iii i : r 1", to ,t nsiii j ;in ui
b'r .- south, range number l east,
containing 10) acres ; t a x Si S:I.
Kamm, Jacob, par' of Y-.m. Uolnies'
claim, section numbi r of to a
numaer south, rang' numb, r 2
casi , con! ain ng jpi a-r s ; tux :-ll )'.
Isolds! r .:n, i org , ira-! ional math liail
of sou; li w- st quarter ami tract iona!
sout Ii i'.aif of mat invest quart'-r of
. ' s-etion number 2'), tonh:. number
.'! south, rang' numir 1 cast, con
taining (i'l acr. s : tax ' 07.
bomb e g Noali, Sou: invest quart'T of
s ct ion m; m b r 2, town -hip i'ii:n! r
2, range numb r J, coidai.'iing J0i
or s, tax soeo.
bake, .1'iiin, northwest qu:.rt."r of s ctiti'i
miiu'jv r township number 1 s ut h,
ram; iimul 'T t east , containin.; io
aer. ; t axed Js.
baswel!, Isaac, tlon ii ion s'-ct ion-s number
20, J7 aiid .', township iiumner 2
sei't ii, rang mi mb. r ;j east, contains
010 : res ; tax tJi 7".
Laud, .1. W., s t-l ion number 10, township
mimn-ra soglli, rang" 1 west, con
tairis 10 acres ; tax SI 10.
Mo:7. t:, lliomas, Lot number " in bloc!:
mi m 1 r 71, r 'goTi City ; fax -S.7 .
Mc( orniaek, ."iatiiew, lot mimb r 0 in
b!or-k namb-.r 1-J, iregon City; tax
Murtioek, S li'.-ooi.r?; addition t;Mi!'au-ki--,
1-it number one m iiioct number
0 ; ta :: SI.
Neweli. Nathan, lot number 5 in b.'oek
1 i'l m ber I, wgo : tax ' i '''.
Olds. ; -.rge, ( srat"o), s-etion tiumb r
townsiiip Itlliiiber 2 sent h, ra age
niiiii'i'T 1 east, containing l i rcres ;
tax -rl r.
('.is, tmrl invest onartrrof northwes quar
ter of s ctiori numb-r 2Sandn..rth
we.t quarter of northwest quarter of
S 'ttion number' e;i, township nur:!-
'r 1 south, range 1 east, coiitainiiig
.V acr s ; -;2 :2.
I'otts, l'heo.i.ire, lot 7 i n block n u m ber 2,
Cum-maii : tax ?2 !a.
I'ratt, o. ('., lot in southeast cfrner of
Hugh euros' cla im : tax $7 2-".
rhiH'1's, John, e,,rt of I'el'y I'iilliies'claim
in southwest quarter ol s ction num
ber at, townsnip number 1 south,
range nam!;- r J east, containing 21
acres : tax S2 :-!2.
Kobiason, oieorg", north half of nort Invest
quarter of s erior: numb r 0, town
ship number - south, raage 1 east,
c nl a ng s l aer s : tax 1 -h
Steel, L A., (Aiilr.cli claim ) section mini
l'r 1, township number ;! south,
rang" number 1 cast, contains .'20
acr s -js.
Stou?, J. i.. (soul heast quart- r of dona Ion)
s "ct:o;:s nui.e-. r i0 a;id 17, townsnip
i mine.- r 1 south, rang" numn'r .'.
cat, conta ir. :ng .. res ; tax ..
tout, J. s. iV .1. L.. m.riii iiaif of donation
s etOms numb, r 10 and 17, township
nu m ber 4 sout !, ra nge nu in Ier t east ,
containing agi aer s : tax .-17 I1.
Stearns, S. 1'.., ttions number S and 3,
townsiiip number 2 south, rang
2, e.ist, toT.tains 1'iO acres ; ta x t'O.
Ticc, .h '., p. h ;!i ta lot in block number
2, sswego : tax --2 !.
Upton, W. i;., jjiart of A. Fen 's' claim,
numb' r aC; .! ion numb. r .'!, town-
shir- number a so-e.tii, rang" 1 cast,
con;a;r.::-g 02! acp s : tax sa -'S.
YaiTr msah'r, .T. C., (!'. Haiti a way claim)
s-'i-t ion ;!' a ml M, townships number
1 sout h, range 1 east, containing avi
.ir s, and . asr half of northeast
quarter of seetion number '!), ami
w.-st hc.lt' ,f nort hwest quart'-r of sec-
ion numb'-r a' township number 1
south, r.tng" mimb- r :5 cast, contain
ing lt acres: tax S7o la.
Vancurn, J., wst half ot s -ction "um
ber ."J-j, township number 2 south,
rang? number 4 east containing 020
aer.-s : ?0 lo.
Waldrip, .las., (ie-irs oO (south half of
donation) lr.e't;()I1;ii east half of sec
tion mini ber 12, township number:!
south, range number :t east, contain
ing l'i acres; tax s2 !)'.).
Weber, Henry, section mimb.-r 21 town
ship numb -r 2 south, range number
4 cast, containing lgu acres ; tax ?2 00.
Owner unknown, northwest quarter of
northwest quart or of s'-ctinn nnmlx-r
-, anu north halt oj north hair of
t iie iiorth-ast quarter of section num
ber tlli, township numU r 1 s-)uth,
rang. mini Imt 3 cast containing &)
acr. s ; Uix tl '.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, n. m., on
the day above named, and to be continued
until all is sold.
May 22, 1ST.. A. F. HEDGES,
Sheriff of Clackamas nmm.i .
ever brought to this valley belc.rc, and will
butchered for this market. They pro-
pose to sell cheap. Jive them a call, and
get the choicest, of meats.
Oregon Citv. May 2'kl, 1S7:"5. tf.
.V L'U'I y (J Jl A C II I X E S.
ir-LOXE ST CE.
Rpcrial attriition is railed to tiie
great improyements made recently in
t his excellent Machine.afid to the new and
elegant styles of Cases added to our list.
Tr tr.st 2io prefer a ?I-liiti- feed-
X ingthe work away from t he operator,
wo now have one of t hat tleseript ion, quiet ,
easy running and having all the other pe
culiar excellencies of the other style.
Ts- si re lo ple:i e. If !!i"i'e is one -v5 li
in a thousand miles of San Francisco
not working w ll, I will att"ml to it with
out any expense to th'"1 owner.
S.Ctil lll, HIUIj, .gvtit.
Ts t?e only 71i liiu f!i:it. c:ih sev in
more than one direction having a re
versibl" fee,; a great advantage in fasten
ing ends of seams, in quilting, etc.
yxani:ie tlte I'loretsce. o- st'iiil fer
i i Circular or sam;"s of Work be fop
you pur'-h.i.5'i a Sewing Machine. 11UV
Mac'e.iiie.s sold on liberal terms.
k."3 SAMUEL JIILL, Aent,
No. IO NViv itii'.f goi-.n-ry Street,
('ftaul !! V.Hililir.'', !na J-'ntiiciscii.
2iici v 1s7.;iiiS.
: .-...',- , .-e.'V;!
01 Scvvac-c UM 'j-m&WiA
1 sg. r j
- 5- f Y-Sy
! , ,.:a u. i-i IX p
' r vg. A s-c fit. jC
,1 ::Bu umM
. j i . 1 ;-; v. y.yot:.
March 21, 1S7.1 :10m
The ";Io.t Sim :, Prafilca! ami
ECONOMICAL 2TAC1IIXE IX USE.
Sales Exc.tiI nil (Uii.rs c:i I lie North
SEV. MOiin RAPIDLY AND
if with less noise than any other ma
chine. T'ti" only practical low pric al ma
chine that, gives entire satislation.
o rr y & -i. .
What other Agents don't t -11 about the
Tiie Improved Ilonif Slmttle Miitliinc:
Tti' .' ilun't tr'.l in m that t hey nr" t h" sim
plest, having less number of pi.-ees, and
mo;'' easily understood than any other.
That they ar-the lightest running; mor
easily learned and oo-'rati l. 1 hat. more
H .'h: SHUTTLES ar sent out from the
t n ral Ag -ncy at l'or:land,t ban all ot hers
Thru f.'o.i't fi'tr .wf that t?iey s -wrqually
a's s"!l on Ic avy ami light goods.
Thoii ib, n't trii !,"! t hat tlcy us" tiie jiat
n1 ts of t ie- high priced machines.
'j'ltt if tl'iit'l t'-'l "' that it hn the straight
needle ami self-adjust ing tension.
What t"o;m'v say who have u-d thorn
and com iar u t hem to ot he r Machines will
That they are more easily learned and
operated : Simplest ami best for ail kinds
of work, and wiil us" linen and ail other
kinds of threads and silks.
A few of the naiiT-s :ir" given btdow who
art? using the Imit.ovko I Ihmk Sitcniai: :
;i k f i: n k x c e s.
Gcij-ral P1!, Portland.
C. s. silvrs,
P. W. Prim lie, bookkeeper for Lovera,
Wadham V- ( :t.
Miss L. 'aughn, Portland.
Mrs. ,T. P.. Upton, Fast. Portland.
Mrs. S. A. Moreland. Portland.
Mrs. J. S. Church, Oregtm City.
Machines forwarded to any address, with
full directions for using, on receipt of pric?.
NO. 1, 530 00; NO. 2, 845 GO.
C W. TRAVKR,
Cray's Music Store, Odd Fellows'
Temple, General Agent, Fir.-t St., Portland
.f i i x-
yS r5: A
THOMAS C H A R fvl A H
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of tiie Willamette
alley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A JS'itnble &'iz Fence in Bi tter than a Slow
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK or GOODS
ever before offered In this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Roots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints ami Oils,
Sash antl Doors,
Chin a ware, Queens ware,
Plated ware, Glassware,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming tlonsof Every
Impl"ments of Description,
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Willi. Paper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
M O frj T CO HI I I- K T K
over olfered in this market, ami was selefed
with especial care fort lie Oregon City trade.
All of which I now olfcr lor sale at the
Lowest Farkct F?atcs.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Fort la ml to buy goods tor
I am 1 l rt;)iin.l to Si ll. Chctt) and not to
allow myselt to be
nUERSHLIi IN THE STATE 9t OREGON.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Oregon City enables me to know the re
quirement s of t he trad". Come one a ml ail
and sec lor yourselves that the old stand of
. THOMAS CI I A UNTAX
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless for me to tell you ail the
advantages I can otf. r you in th" sale of
goods, as every store that advert is -s does
t not , and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
lonip, an d S:T,:iii'.l Exuiiihii for Voarsivs
for I do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old Iri mis now
that lam still alive, antl desirous to sal
goods cheap, lor ea -h, or upon such terms
us :i'.-r tiI u mn. Thi n Icing a 11 for ; He liber
al patronage h"rct oi h st iwcil.
Main Street. Oregon City,
TV-gal Tenders and Count v Scrip t:tk"n at
marie t rates. THOS. ci 1ARMAN.
Ci,0,O.lo lbs wool w;int"d by
Tllo.s. CHARM AN.
(ICES RENTED TO St IT THE TDIES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S- AC KE R Til A K & CO.
IFAVK JUST KF.CEIVFD A LAUGE
2. JL stock of
SPniXG ANT) SUMMER COODS,
which (hoy offer
CHEAPEN. THAN THE CHEAPEST!
Wo would say come and convince your
self Ix-fore purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy antl Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Hoots antl Shoos,
Ladies and CJor.ts
Notions, ( Jrooer
ware, and a great ninny other articles too numer
ours to mention ; also,
Glass and Putty,
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange
P'or which we pay the- Highest Prices.
S. ACKEUMAN & CO.
Oregon City, March 21, 1873-tf.
- hitti ji-ifi i- -
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
HI A W IT FACTORY !
npHE UNHERSIGNED, larory
X having increased thedi- QdZyyi.-&'&'
meiisions of his premises, at sgrjr
the old stand on the
Corner of Main nnil Xliirrt Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of Informing his old pa
trons, anil as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he Is now prepared,
with ample rtxim, good materials, and the
very best of mechanics, to build anew, re
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle irom a
com moil Cart to a Concord Coach. Try me.
IJIaUsiiiHliinr, Horse or Ox S!icii5r,
anil General Jobbing noatlv, quickly, and
cheaply done. DAVID .SMITH.
hir'i iLoes: '1
A FACTORY SSg
FDR THE MANUFACTURE Or
AND JIOl'LDIXCS OF ALI SIZES.
They will also do Turning of every de
scription to order,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
ft'All work warranted. Shop on the
Kiver, in Lewis' Shop Oeposile Oregon
JOHN SO M R A 1
jlaiii St., Oregon City.
3I.M"F.H"fLKE!l AW) UH'OKTER OF
Cf Saddles, Harness,
V" viire, etc., etc. Ss"'-
WHICH HE OFFEItS AS CH7-1AP .
can be had in the State, at
VK0LE3ALE OS R -TAIL.
C"?I warrant my gootls as r-mresent al.
Oregon City, April 17, l.S72-tf.
G. A. 5 3 A AS, - - Proj
Slain Street, CrcgcnCity.
est r.ir.r.TA itiT Ttr vs tv oi'rt:ev
& li a v ,- 1 ei 'ii inl p.i.lit.:.,! ,..; t ' . . . , ..... s..
tor invit 's the attention of t'h" I ivt-rs of i i. Is
popo;iillar amusement to them.
THE BAB IS SUITE IE D
with all the choicest qualifies of Liquors
antl Cigars. Scotch, Irish and ) oaroou
already lamous Whishi-. s ami i"um-h al-.o
il -Nu. 1
is connected with the Saloon.
Oregon City, Jan. 1, l,S72tf.
v: it U iJ il i ium i tH ?
MASONIC HALL IlUILI.'INc.;,
Oregon City, : : : Orcf ci!.
XJ" ELK'S ('( VS'TA N '1'LT i'er'eT-. j-t
.Sk. on hand and for sale, .- r '
cneap lor cash, -C ''
Otlice, sitt ingrrjom, and
t Whatnots, Itetlsteads,
Hair, and Pulu
M a 1 1 r c s ses,
1'ii tur" Urn rues,
Moit'dings, etc., f(c.
Special attention given to Uobolstery
work in all its branches. Orders tilled wit ii
promitii"s. liepairing done with neat
ness and dispatch. Furniture mad" order
Call and examine for yourlv .s. 17mav7"
OliECJOXCITY, : OTiEGOX
Wr ARK PP'U-PAItED TO EXECUTE
T all kinds of
BIBTj-1 TEA T) S,
BETTER-HE A DS,
Ollice1 a" k5m33of w'ork done a in Printing
A L L K I N I) S OF
constantly on ham!, antl for sale at as low
a price as can bo had in the State,
a n r
Oregon City, March 21. lS73-tf.
7. I.. . ;- --. y- '-s&jrj
s.j- :;-..'...i.i ri'
The standard remedy for Cnnrlit
'., Tli i out , '.' !';::" i .iT,if, ( .' "
Lii-cr ( 'i, 1),1, lint , Jt,-rhint, Eh , i',
I.tinrix, am! etry a!i'"ction of the Thru-it"
Lungs and C!e si, including ConstjiVtiox'
n i.ium in ia n.i I !it-r- t!
not dry una Cough, but 1;wt,s it. el."-..,.
the lungs, and ali'-ys, tims ,.ei-i
ffM.vcof trie complaint. None nuin'e m..
less signet! I. Li tis, prepared ey ski h V.'
Fo w I.K Son.s, J : ston. sold by itf iii.N.-er.is
Hostkttki: iv Co., San I- raneiseo, ami bv
iJ i V V V Y
AsTv fi.r !-. ei:s- i:;;; :iov.
Paper ci i'V s i t,
boards, .-''. ' A.ii.:
e!-;.aid. for il "0; pt
i . ... rM-.Ti-. us.
-i iij.', S'i V Ylifk.
SAN( i Kfl-VK:T :
;i:eg::.g rest i rl
A Collect i' n rr
I'll i t-;c!!!ge.
C lit'l IIX-S, l li'.
-ii i .' JJ 4 O E V 1j i.
Stun pie copies in;.;' d. ; ost-j-aid, for SI aa ;
si.) p.-r tioe ti. Auer.
t . i.. L!:s.
"'.' Bi--i:rti:i, A' v Yurie.
Y A 1 K Y V 0 I C E S:
A Nnv 'Zt-ic-IL i k f-;r y-'-ciiael-r.
S t d ',a e m s, a :m: we ,v ! ! 1 mail a fnwjlo
copy, April Isi. Athli'i ss.
'. Brn.-iixroji, A
Read YmMi CertiScates lim ! !
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::. . e - ixyi-r' ltJ
yyy-yy-y:: i Mtiikf
; J. ' . ' .i - S. a fc IStaT
e' -' :.'-.' le-VveJ'
- IC i '. -.) K--; iy ? v.-.-e
- - a .. . ' : v -.: t
: !,' ..; "'" ii a 5. i- iiii'l
IwioJ Lit wiuul
V most EfUcier.t a?rj F'sasant Tcnic.
T!is3 Ditt rs an i re; r.rcil frtao the niref
rlioi-jj a:-el u ii"!e-'iiae li l t L- so tl rt-et?. ai.ti
liivii gi.'-a r.i. i .'er.-al ?:.tisfact i.n wlitrev-I
;i i il. Th i is.-'ei'ls .f tlys; cj-t ics l.avc fuai.ti
tcli'if t''i'.';i igll lle ir use. mid j 1: ie i;; i,s rt tv iu
:neiel til -ai f r tilt? ciro ef nil cl i uses f tha
i,!'id aa 1 iV.-.-r, a hd irregitluritii-s of the ui-jt-.'-"t
i ve organ-'.
il.-alica -, !;i'i i't-nes, .mil Cerstiiation.
aen-'.'.il !..-l.i!i:y ai.d l.t.s t f A i i ei-.te. tre alt
;aas -d bv tie? tlern n g" nier. t. ef ihe Steiiiach,
aver and e- 'ier f a.ei i !.:!: ies i f ti'.e sj stein.
His I j Lit-"i .- le-ee b-. i,s sac-esfe il v l.seJ
P"l are warvaatcd to u:i -vi tij the suticrc-r ia
ill tiie above tac
f 'T-i-, j .'ie I A L Jh'irrs rtrr
J- L sii.'-l .-'. in I.! i.v..-,- ft .I'll
bfliff th'ri the in .vo'i- I'rl'n'r out (-at
;o.Vv is!-i'i!l,uiv! w ir;.U, lr.i it 'li icrti'l.
.irn.-.cciiie Aitti ixirin . to the full t-..i ul ef thi
M.-surs. TL Ki'sn::N Co.
i.ai '.'.aieii : 1 l ee- pleasure in s'atinr thai
M?r -cati'.y to your vih I li 'Ve ear.-'e:':!;.- t."t-!
i el cxaaihieil the s.mei e et'yiuir X 1, 'balers,
A iiieli ymi seat ai '. an 1 lind H lint oiey an agree
lli e Bai.-rs. lint a.sn eie- i';:t eaiie.'t f ,i; to bo
jclielieial as il tmii'' aa 1 ai'ie'e.te. i,f ; !i.--tion.
(i. i it ji.i.Ai Li, ,M.i.
C'lTV an n icntv II oseri I ,
S ia ;-',aaei ,. .I'..e 2nti. 1-7T.
I have eti ref al! v ex.iaiia. d I-r. 1 1 .!. v s I X b
Bitters, an 1 !. ive f die i f. d-.-t. "t an;, li.ieg wlii: a
"iil'l iajure evea T ! i . l i e . -1 a i ,e - . nai-taiuio:,.
From tin- i'ois. ; ;:'i :i t.J' tta- I '.'.'- r. as far I
mil uble l .".eterace it. 1 slin'.ei.Oe.i;".. that th
IXL Hitters i;i'j" iie a very i ;t; a : ; ri-mi'iiv ci
liyspi'psiu. I n '.ig-'sii ia. 1 .,f Apji.-u . ";.., 4
Cmilar cimuilaiet , a.-e g t-i'te.ii! t.;' ;i ti,uuf.er
f vegi-tab1" .!:; wai. ii i.re piia--ii :!y us.-: ia
.lis-a-.es 'if tii it 11.it ire, lea l ul s; i f ii.t" fc-reattst
i-tlicaey ia tin ir care.
K. IT. KXCI.KS. M.D..
A-SS'tllea. Physician A ;n..ii t t :t: y .'. C ltusl it:'!,
i-: r.x 1: A-' i:;:'s (ikvii-k,
S:t:i 1 -'r.iuei.v v.. .1 i,!v 'j: t. I-TI.
Messrs. IT. T'-siiev e.- Co. ;.'.!; : I ii.ive
a eitr--f.il vXii-ueiateei -e" v..n- ! X
ters. aad have (1:1 1 i ;..--.n ... -."; 1'r. - ta" tie..:
terieitis mii.crai s ;:m y,,;.
LOUIS l-'AI.U i-.NA I . st:i;..'.ss:iycr.
F.eware of Oman ri't-it-t. Neta g.-ruii".' v. it'e
out lr. Henley's signal -art? hituv. liie im ef aeli
Kici-y Fr.niil.i SJ-fus:.-! ?iv- .1 t?:tiTf
ill till" Iiuunv. siol.l n."i-,m!.fjr.
;e Pr-.'tTi. : -r-.
To. 513 Front Street, San I'l'aiieiscu. C :.l
Narch -J.1, n.
t" SPRING FLOUT.RS." SUMMER FLOWERS," i
A " AWAKE " and " M
LWitbtbe FCI.rrTlC WKVKT.Y nnd WU KIT cuius-a
11A AT WOlik ,Couolidatod, for 4.00.
Two of thffte Climmf3 nre ihe size of Wide
V. Awoke zuid 1- ant Aslwp; - Uie o therm
N. Btmit-w h'kl siiiikiitr.
Subscrirnm furni?hcl AT ONCE
n KA LI 1 I J '
can n-.ake btt..T trm
Vs -with us than Tvithaiiv jKT
'tt, t-tUer publiiherB. ' U
VV : R.vlimnii fS
.iUL. 1 a 1 ..,1 uij L. 1 LaiT.I.M-.
The following ,-r. ons ar" :: ut la rized to
act as agents 1. r the KTl.iti'kisK :
. 1'. Howell o., rj park Low, New
V.'.-th. rill fc Co., C-" rii.'Mr.ui street,
Philad. !i bia.
Abbott ,v Co., No. si: and S ! Nassau sir ft,
Poll hi titi.i iregon I . Siuac.el
c t - 1 J lii i. i ovce
San I raiic.sce j L- P. 1- f i , , r
St. Helens, f'elunsbia oi.'iiM'y s. A. M'l" -s
Astoria, Cl;:t; op carte ...A. Vn n Dus-n
s;il. m . I.. V. iilianis
Hanisbi.i-g I. IL small
La.a v tte.i ai"ih::i coui-.tv 1.1 .1 " rgus n
Dallas, Pol!: county I -eve Heine s
Denton county W. A. M ' lis
Corvallis i ion. .bdi n i urnett
Can von 1 "it v, .rant W. P. Laswdj
A'.banv - N. Artie'tl
I ';i lies, V. :.s o . taint.i N. II. ;at' S
Liitirande, I'nioiici uuiv .'. Craig
I 'end bt on, l man 1 1:1 com it y s. V. Kmc."
I.I. M.'I hompsi'ii
Lug. ne tnv (! L.J ristow
Koseburg Don. L. F. I.r.e
I '. T. O.I!f -egllC
I.L li. it'iiMnTl
.T.ir!;snn ille Ilnri. E. D. 1 t cdray
Long 'lm Jl. C. liusteii
t'l.ACX A -"1 AS COCMY.
r.en ver Cre' k
Eagle ( 'reek
Lower Mo!a Ha....
C. F. Pcafi"
lohn Zmn wtili.
II. nrv Mcihigin
J. . straws- r
I rank W. I-'osn r
( aj t. Z. . or.eii
'..'.'.'.io'lVri Hageti' rg' r
V,'. H. N auL-han