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nFCOfiTV, OREGON, SEPT. 26, 1S73.
Ti-RNKiv.-We paid a visit to the
Yaricn Ilsill lasi rriua cinims
iinir the most diificult feats
. .. f.V!.
aiii" i" . s l niiK isco, are i
of am vii..ii:isiinii kiutwl-
r-It.id'lv -rowing '" n.
their iniis.- u.tr -
iwiti i iiiaiiv. .ii hit
lMriioVKMKNT.-NVe notice quite a
IllimM.r of citizens are making im-
... .1...:- ri- .1 .. r v tics
veiiiellis hi men ',
;,id mu.lHbmbers are putting on the
nnishin- touch. The brick-work t the
i...':i."i;.,,; r.ioo'eted and the second
storvwill ferea.lv tor tae roo.. It is
the intenti-n of the owners to eonstruet
the second slrv into a ( ity Hall that
js what our city has long i-een m neel.
Fiur.. A tire was discovered last Sat
urday.;Uei i ing in the oml f Mr. C.
Y. Ilea tie's residence, on the bluff, but
was extini;ishcd without much 1 i 111
etiltv no idirm was sounded; cause,
d. teci'ive 1lue; damage sligl.b A tire
was discover d in lave Smith s black-s-iit!i
s.'iop list Wi-diHsday eveninur,
iait w:-.s -Ktiauished witlemt calling
out tie" I'ire TeparUnent by ersons
who hapix n tl near; it left a hole in
the roof about four feet suuare, was the
extent of the damage.
A few Sundays ago at one of our Sal
lutth S.-hools, the less.. n was in refer
nee to John's j. reaching i:i Judea.
After tlie lessons v. tre recited, in the
course of the remarks of the Superin
tendent, he v. aiued to know what was
meant hv tie- leathern girdle about the
loins. A litlt.- live-yea i -ol. i chap pi.cl
(.at "To keep up your Uowmi-s!"
Quite a novt 1 Lilt appropri.ite reply.
Tuere was 1 i: ; 1 else but laughing dur
ing the i t ii:aind( 1 f tlie school.
1'lllN 1 f.i-.s liKM KM liK.r. ;-;i, 1 1 M So
ttehiom that rinttrs are treated like
while folks that we can appreci.de a
treat .-.u- h as n as given us last We.iiK s
tlav hv Mr. 11. V.SwalVru a nie r lot
f"jH-ars atid a: a -lis s. hloiu come into
tlii's market a:i.l ; chalh nge any one
t Iw at ii either as to (piality or quantity.
W'e return our th inks to M r. S. for his
mi! stanti d i. meml.r.tnee of tlie print
" M oil ; L xst Suiulay a Chinaman
was !-lealing waiermeh.ns, near this
eitv, he thoii'ot lie wa. out of danger,
when the owner ther:'tfnuddenly e.rose
ft .in a feie e-t orner in the august pi t s
enee of M r. iiinamai! and politely re
tju. sied iitiu to "pnn'iie." John r luct
an!l v til l so. M oral : -don't steal a :u don
unless you're sure you can get away
with it," without lciiig caught.
Con. -Kin . We learn the llaptist Sun
day School Concert will take place one
week from tld.t evening. This School
has a number of the best singers in the
fit v, and a tine si 1. ct ion oi' iu-rum n-
i lil and vocal music has been m-ide.
"The admission is only tidy cents. iive
them a crowd- tl !iou-e, and it you are
not w 11 entt rtaiiu d, i;;. n we give it up.
Jewish New Year. Last M;nday
a:i.i Tuesday our t i'.iztns w ho believe
in t't ' .ewih religion, observed as
their js'e-.v Year. Tie ir ; '.h i s of l.t;.-.i-i.f
v .r; e elost d. and ( lir low n looked
o liiie ttre;. rv 1 host.
Wcdnt si!a v
v. . i I i l.eir 1 v -i
m n, w li. M tin if
again be oltsseu.
businss u ill
Cdi uuni. This week is principally
dwott S to courting, and lie- persons
engued ar? ( li. arren, I. T. Itarin.
F.t). MH'.iwii, Vv". C. Johnson and S.
llu 1 tt. of th.s city: from l'-wtland :
J udg.'s S;ron and Sliattuck, Geo. Ji.
Durham. J. N. Dol .h, 10. A. Cn.nin, A.
GlMis, J. II. lb v:d and Catlin.
Fine Anim Maj.r M tgone pass
ed through this city last Tuesday, hav
ing in charge a fine animal, o." the cow -
brute variety, bi longing to.Mr. Com
O i.ck, i'.Tioerly of rids city. U was
jnireii.is; tl of Col. Saxe for f-sou, and is
bbe taken to Wasco county, where
Mr. Coinstoek has a stock ranch.
Cow Ki'N Over. The pa-seiij
iroing south la-t Sunday morn
: g run
oNt'r a cow m aiiemah. N e learn t.iai
tie' train didn't even whistle when it
erne- in sivrlit oi tin- an.ime.I on t he track,
but went ahead as tie -ugh ih: t were
their business. No damage to the train,
but the cow was s.i 1 1 1 y demoralized.
liEorENEii. Louis S.ial announces in
t - lays paper that he has re-; ened his
siloon and restaurant, and will be
pleased to see t -u w ith your lady at
anv time you may wish a nice di-h of
ovsters of a cu of tea, ct;li t' or choco
late. Jive him a call.
Sfe VKiNti.- ('has. F.. Warren, F.sq.,
js billed tti adtlress the Anti-Chinese
Alliance at the Court House this even-ZingatT'-i
o'cloek. Mr. Warren is one
or'tlie hest soetkers in the Slate, and
we hne our cili.ens
will turn out en
1 hear him. Lad ics especially
At the Fair. Our enterprising fellow-
townsman. J. M. Frazer. will U at
the State Fair with two hacks to convey
persons to and fro between Salem and
the Fair Grounds. Mr. F. has 'o.,d
teams and will have gentlemanly dri
vers. Success lo him.
Hack. Mr. S. Ackerman r tunietl
Jast Wednesday from San Francisco,
diCTf! l,t: Ij ' i b.Hui to purchase a large
stock of fall and winter goods, lie
was ir.uie oidv two weeks. but by going
overland he beat the steamer time.
Ciianok!. The steamer E. N. Cooke
plying between this city and Portland
bus changed her time of departure ami
return to this e.ty. She leaves at 7'c
o'clock for Portland and leaves that
place at o'clock, returning at 4 P. ,M,
Ciianoeu. The Salem express train
and the freight trains of the O. A" C. 11.
It. Co., arrive and depart twelve min
utes later of a inorriiii', and four min
utes in the evenimr, than heretofore.
The change took etlect Mondav.
ISK.vJtE. A grand in fit re party was
given Mr. and Mrs. A. (J. White by the
grooms part ids at the Cliff lKmse last
Tuesday evening. Champagne llowed
freely, and everything was lovely.
Skkenaa.k. Last Thursday evening j
a serenade was given Senator Kelly at
the Cliff Htmse by the Oregon City
brass Hand. The Senator responded
in a neat ami appropriate- speech.
Home. Major Thos. Charnian arrjv- I
fd heme, oyorhmd, from 'Frisco, width- j
cr he went to purchase his fall stock of j
goods, which will be on hand shortly,
As I si-Ai.. fuui o:u. fried Levy',
" hut keeps store, as happy as usual,
and selling more goods than any other
mn in town wht don't keepstorf,
adfouil turners J"IH
hea1 nvV,& thinjTH v.-hieh we could ;
ing "?nYu v 1,; v about thirty iih-hi-otdo.
l..:u..rshin nf Mr.
I-rs. una i. . , M d. ;
i.v the wav of new ro ds.i lastcriiiir and
M IHK1 ll..,1.re X' . Rill nr.
ou.rilli. l ie. . v 4
man have omj.U U d the wood-work of
w. i.i...-r.,..i handsome residence.
Circuit Court Proceedings. The
following cases have lrt?en disposed of
thus far by the Circuit Court now in
session in this city:
O. C. K. Tt. Co. vs. A. K. Wait and
J. It. nalstoii,e.eeutors,and Mrs. Kliva
Harvey, executrix of the estate of Dan
iel Harvey, deceased ; ease continued
until second regular term of this Court,
alter the j. resent term.l.v agreement.
1- rank Nchlunt vs. William Kaph and
G. S. (iumhicner; decree for plaintiff.
m. Mullins and C. II. Faircliild vs.
Homes, Hensley and Homes; petition
to set aside sherilf's sale; decree for
plaintiii that it be set aside.
John C. Trull inirer vs. J. XV. Caine;
case dismissed without prejudice, at
cost of plaintiff.
Thos. Charnian vs. Klinrr E. Char
man. Leonard T. Charnian and Marv
M. Charnian; K. D.Shattia k appoint d
iruar.li-m ad litem for the minors, Kl
mer K. and Leonard T. Charnian. Ar
thur arner aoj minted referee, anl or
der oi sale made.
t-barman ,V Warner vs.SaniT Vance;
motion for li'.iv- t ,,v,.,.nt tv.r
i i li i t. .. .i ... .. i i ... - ,
VAK: Matb on,Nich-
(.las Wells and Joel Dickson; judgment ,
o. ,.,.w.....i .,v oeiaiui.
Mu.er ; f,va;reS,ui.tana
Hi li. Lamb vsl S.E. Lamb"; divon 0
J. MeDonaltl vs.
diet for defendant.
Julias M osier; vee
Stateof Oregon vs. L. Diller; fudir
inent in Justice's Court reverse ti and
set ai.;-. Jef. iidant to recover costs
Seth Smith vs. Clias. Cutting. Jutlg
lnent bv ilefatilt.
I'hilaiiev Otis vs. K. A. Gibson; sale
S. It. Smith vs. Willammette Freight
ing ctMiqiany; verdict allowing plff.
Wm. Singer; contin
J. 1. Matt;on; con-
Grand Jurv discharged on Wetines
dav. Court adjourned 2 o'clock
City Seminary. The lirst monthly
review td' the ('i! V Seminary was held
;n Monday and Friday. The three u
per departments were reviewed in
what they had studied during the pre
vious month, tjuite an interest was
manifested by tlie .students, each striv
ing for a high peirent-ige in all his or
her stu ii-'.s. The g.nid results of these
monthly written review's can hardly
be estimated since it causes each pupil
"to pass muster" on par-er, in wi lting,
punctuation :ud capitals, and also in
spelling which is the l.iohl important
point of all. There are several of the
students who deserves honorable men
tion, I ait that they may not le envia'ole
.in the eyes of others we forbear, and
permit their t lass-position to reward
thc.Mi for the prest nt.
An -!.nt. The Itev. Mr. Sellwood will
b.-ave on iext S.mdiy afternoon for
Wall Wall.-!, to be absent for a pt riod
of six weeks. Mr. S, 11wo.m1 goes to
!u id services in the Kpis'-opal Church
:u that place dm her tie" absence of its
le.-eter, tea Kev. Mr. ' lis, at the Ka St.
t lie ser let s oj the r
in this citv duruiir M r. Scluvtiotl s ab
sence will be supplii d bv the 1'irJmp
tlios of iiie neighboring elergv.
M r. S-dLvot.d and familv a
ole-isant t ime dining their sojourn in
I'ater ZNIii.E. The paper mill on the
Cl.iekanias . iver, two miles from this
city, has been leased by Messrs. Lewtli-
wait and Smith, and was started up this
week ailer a suspension of about three
months. We learn thai the new mana
gers will not employ Chinamen if
whitt? m -n can be procured. This i a
good idea, and we hope- the business
men of our Si ale will j.-trojiwe then;.
The paper made el this mill commands
a bep.er price in S.ui Fra n.-i-seo tiian p:i
pcr maiitifaeturcd in tht ei'.y.
FxAMlNA'llo.v. The third c.uaiteily
examination of teachers, for 'lack u mas
eouiuy, will be "ield-at the City Semi
nary to morrow, eouimr neiug at 'J
o'clock, a. m. Tiie i-ai:iin:tti.n will
be conducted by Prof. V . V". Moreland
!eiu:y Co. School S.iperententieiit,
:e;.si-ie'd by 1'rofs. I, Allen Maerum and
'i'immas Xi.-holson. A;).lieanis must
furnish their own stationary. See ad
At li.M.! imore. l'y a private letter
from ile.itimore tlated the 13th, we
learn that Mr. Noltner, editor of this
bilk-.-, arrived there tu the 2th,
and Would leave lor Wisconsin where;
e.is father resides as soon as he could
get throuh ids business there and t
.New York. Ue says that when he gels
hack to Oregon he w ill le satisiicd to
stay here as lie likes the country much
beller than in the Atlantic Slates.
It eiii slot's Se it vices. Services as us
ual in the Episcopal Church on Sunday
next, both morning and evening. At
morning service the Sacrament of Jiap-ti.-m
will be administered. At the
evening the K- . Mr. ih'rton of Trinity
Church, Portland, will preach. He
makes an c.chai:ii'c with M r. Sellwood,
who will preach in Trinity Church,
Portland, at the same. time.
u slight mistake
that the case of
I loward's mill ;
it should have been Chase's mill and
in the family id' a Mr. Dauchy instead
of 4 'base both live in the same dot. r
IlEi;t:ii.r iNO. Workmen are engaged
in rebuilding the steamer Alice, which
was destroyed by tire on tjje 2-"th of
last April. The lower cabin frame is in
jwisiti-ui. and work progresses tincly.
She will ready for the winter trade.
The Shoo Fly is also being rebuilt for
the up-river "trade.
Omission. We last week omitted the
nanus of Misses Laura Fields and Vio
la Athey, from the list of singers that
appeared in the concert. We beg your
Charley Hums was elected Third
Leader and given charge of the hall, at
last meeting of the Turn Varien Society.
Charley is the third l-t turner in the
Oni.hJEi. The Lincoln IJakery is
much obliged to us for a line watermel
onthe Hakcry has plenty more of 'em
and if vou don't believe it, go and see.
Fok Tacoma. Mrs. R. P.radish and
daughter left yesterday morning to
join their husband and father, wdio is
stoping at the great city of the .JVcst,
Frank Collard returned from survev-
last Friday. He was out with a
parly from McMinnville in the Coast
Fxciianuek Pui.rrrs. La.it Sabbath
Rev. J. A. Wirth of this city, and Rev.
A. R. Med bury of Portland, exchanged
New Stone, Chas. JI. Cautield has
a new stock of jjoods which he is sell
ing at very low ligures. Gjve hiuj a
Pay U iv-We would like for those
indebted to this office to pay up, a we
need the money,
Pka us. Miss will please accept
our thanks for a basket of lino pears,
Kev. G. II. Atkinson will preoch at
Oswego next Sunday-.
lluu. J. Y. Xesmith at Hoseburg.
AN OUTLINE OF HIS SpgKCII AS OIVFN
RY THE 'PLAINOEALEH" SrEFCH OF
HON. JOSEPH S. SMITH.
Pursuant to notice eiven.quite a num
lr of the citizes of Douglas county as
sembled at tlie Court House in ltose
burg last Wednesday, to listen to Col
J. W. Nesmith up.on the issues dividing
the two. political parties. Col. Nesmitii
was introduced to the audience by Hon.
L. F. ILane, whose remarks were very
appropriate to the occasion. The Dem
ocratic candidate for Congress imme
diately entered upon his speech after
the conclusion of Mr. Lane's introduc
tory. He began by saying that he was
alone in the canvass through necessity,
and not of his own choice. So far as he
was concerned he preferred always to
ikinc ius opponent with him. and had
tilirli- iiiv-!f.l r .
- - iiuut ma ui.icuj)-
V' ff time with" him
a,1(1 iUlow 1111,1 to name the places
joinwy woul.l address the
but h lHl;-tl,e Infer-
enco was tl,!lt the I'publican nominee
i . . ..
. -... - i,,M. atiniitteti ot no
eulogy, and his party of no defence.
! The speaker here drew an apt onipari-
son between tht? marriage feast spoken
j of in the Holy Writ, and ventured the
, opinion that Mr. Sinith.who had as one
i of his excuses for not addressing the
J people that his business would not pcr
j niit the necessary loss of time, would
, discover on the day after the election,
' that they hail left him out of the least
j us were those mentioned in the llible,
who could not go to the marriage feast
I on account of " business." He gave a
j description of the manner in w hich the
j cavotes on the plains kill the magnili
j cent buffalo. Thev station one of I heir
U I1MU' I VIT t.t. 1 ....
numbe r on this hill, one in this one
here and another there. The first com
mences the chase, ami as soon as .he
Ih-cciiics exhausted a -second takes his
his place, and so on the buffalo, pur
seed until out of hreat, is hamstrung
and devoured by his ravenous pursuers.
This was the policy that had beesi
adopted by the Republican party in
the present campaign. The ca.yotes
were the Federal odice-holders, ami
they proposed to hamstring him if pos
sible ; but ho would give fair warning
now that the lirst cayofe that set him
self upon his track he would turn about
and gore him.
Mr. Nesmith then alluded to the Hi'
ple scandal. So far as hediimself was
concerned, he held that when he be
came a put. lie. ollicial he was to all in
lenls and purposes a public servant,
and his at ts and character public proi
erty. Mr. Hippie was charged wii'h
grave crimes, any of which should
send him to toe Penitentiary, one of
which, and the giaLe.-t of all, was com
mitted in this Si Ue that of bigamy,
as the Republican uarty, in convention
a-sembled, had endorsed Mr. Hippie it
had necessarily endorsed his crimes,
and the resolution of endorsement con
stituted a part of their of that party's
platform. It is not neciKsary for him
tosiythut this resolution w'us a dis
grace to this State; It was not essential
that he should review the Senator's
crimes; the resolution and th(; mis
deeds of Mr. Hi,. pie spoke for them
selves, an t needed no argument on his
part to show up their eiiorm.uy. Jit:
directed attention to the manlier in
which the ad'airs of State were being
administered by the present State Ait.
ministration t)f Oregon. It was his
oi anion, baed upon personal knowl
edge, that never before had tin interest
of the peoj.le of Oregon been in the
ea'v of better, more honest and capable
men than at tie: present time. The
Governor and S eretary of State had
made for themselves a" record d tiring
their term of odice that he would he
nroud to point out as the reult of the
wisdom and integrity of men ot any
political party, hut more so when me
men were Democrats. Tlie same could
be truthfully uttered of the otucor Dem
ocratic oliici'als all of which is in strik
ing eontiast with the reputation of the
At the end of Mr. Nesniith's .speech,
Hon. Jos. S. Smith was called for. Mr.
Lane, in introducing him, said : " Fel
low eiii.eiiri: allow 'me to introduce to
vou, lion. Joseph Smith, your'late Hej
resentative, who, during the time he
was in C ingress, represented you with
honor and iidcliiy,a'iid won for himself
the distinct ion of 'out: of Oregon's a blest
Congressmen." Mr. Smith said he
could not make a speech, fie was an
invalid, traveling with the hoje of bet
tering ids health.and it was an accident
that he was in that room to-day. He
had always experienced a feeling of
gratitude to the people of Douglas
county for the warm support they gave
him when he was a candidate for Con
gress. Ue had never an opportunity
to express his thanks to them before;
this was the iirt time ami it would lie
the last. He wool I say one word con
cerning Mr. Nesmith and the Demo
cratic platlorm, and that was he fully
endorsed both. He hail known Mr.
Nesmith for thirty years; they came to
Oregon together, "When they were
n;ei li.iiiics, laboring daily at the same
can (enter's bench, and he had honored
ami 'respected him now ; time had not
changed the good opinion he hail form
ed of him from the first. If elected,
and he felt suit? he would by an over
whelming majority, the people would
send in him a' Representative to Con
gress would lie watchful of their inteiv
ests, and represent them in an able and
The meeting throughout was very
enthusiastic, and both speakers were
very frequently applauded.
Wkdmnu Ca;:e.-Wc have received a
bountiful supply of win;? and wedding
cake from our newly married landlord
Mr. A. H. Widte. May their path
through life be strewn with heavens
richest blessings is the wish of the
prints of this oliiee,
We are again under obligations to
S. A. Miles, of St. Helens, Columbia
County, for an additional list of new
subscribers. He says "we like the
ENTEKi'itisK." Thanks for tiie sul-
Peksonae. We had a ca;l from Mr.
P.. R. Riddle, of Corvallis, w ho is atten
ding court and visiting his daughter,
the wife of Prof. Moreland, last Tues
day. Ot n Mokai-s. by reference to our
Circuit Court proceedings it will .e
seen that there was no criminal cases
"in this term of Court. Thisseaks well
for the morals of our county.
Prof. Newell organized j singing
school at the Haptist Church last night
j wjth about twenty-live scholars.
! As in connection with the suspen
sion of Jav Cooke t Co., many hold-
Xortliorn Pacilic ltailroad
i Lontls througliout the country will
i naturally feci concerned about tlieir
I investments, inquiry lias been made
! and the fact developed , lirst, the
1 Northern racific is largely in debt
j to its financial agents, and therefore
can lose nothing pecuniarily by their
i suspension. The Northern Pacific
! Company will have to make other
j financial" arrangements before push
! ng forward its line. It has had the
i comploted road and lan.l grant both
mortgaged to secure its bonds and
: this security is considered amply
Hon. J. W Nesmitb has received
the nomination of the Democratic
Convention in Oregon, for Congress
for the unexpired term of Joseph G.
Wilson, deceased. As Senator from
Oregon for six years, Col. Nesmith
was generally acknowledged to be
both useful and faithful to the in
terest of his State, acting entirely :
inuepencieui ui party, and never
having his name associated with jobs
or rings. Col. Nesmith is a cousin
and Senator Kelly is a brother-in-law
of the late Congressman from that
State. Seattle I)i.patc7t .
The so-called llepubliean nominee
for Congress is making the cam
paign by proxy. Odell was ordered
to do it here, and he did it to the
satisfaction of all. It was suggested
next morning that he had better
wear a veil for a week, but, then
cheek, don't you see! Cheek is dif
ficult to cover up. Hurk-Kiie.
At tne reside ue.4 of the bride's mother in
Portland, S. pt. SUi, lsTU, by Kev. T i, f 1
liott, Mr. Allcii White, t On-oii t'it v
und Miss. Olive Zhiimer, ol l'ortlaiid. '
On Sept. 11, at the residence f Alexander
Marks, in Clackamas count v, by I lev J
l. South, Miss Mcruida Mark's to Sir iv'ch
ant t u hi w ell.
At the Kpiscopal Church, Salt I.ak.' Citv
Aug. 20, by Kev. Thomas W. Raskins, Mr!
bred. K. !schopie, formerly oi st. louis,
Missouri, ami Miss M. A. Palmer, of t?alt
Lake c ity.
san l-'rancm-o Market Reporl.
Sax Fkasoisoo, Sept. 21.
Wheat in Liverpool Average Ca iifornia,
lis ll.lv.s; club, His lid
Flour Sup.Tline, U . ; extra, S7 25.
Wheat t oast, i'l 2jyitl ;X.
barley t .'oast I ec I, 1 jc 1 f.3 ; bay ft r d
f 1 :j.ki to; bay brewing, $1 tc...
Oals i.ooil supply in market; prices are
f I 7 i.'4l SH.
t-ie.i line, to choice clear, 1!.i;j,i).
I'orlland .larkel liepvjrt.
Wku.nbday, Sept. 21, 1ST3.
Jold in New York to-day, 1 1 V. .
Portland Ia gal Tender rates, W7 buying ;
Oreeoa City Market Report,
Entfkpki.se Office, Sept. i 1S73.
The following ar.' tlie buyhisr i)riees for
prod nee, st ml t le- s- 1 hn pnec icir ot in-rs :
Wheat ilemaini nid and selling at 90
(ail v UUSiiel.
l- iour tJood f.uj)i)!y in market, and s 11
ing at 4 5' a.
-Middlings Ar-' tjn.it.--J at f'5 per ton:
sliorls, JJ.) ; and bran jl'j, wit h lull supplk-s
Oats Supply equal to Ueuiaud ; buyers
ar-' puyiuj; j7 cents.
Potatoes No demand. a:ul the market
oversloCed, at ir Jin i cents l--r hiish
ei. Onions Qutitable at 1 v. e-iiis i r pound.
Kggs Scarce, ),t'! v tl..z--n.
Cliiokeiis ' (-1 111 per doz--r;.
butter Scarce, 2ii.i,2o cents !; j;o.tl fresh.
Wool l-'or choie lom, Zi c.-nts.
Jiried P rints l ull slocks in inarltt t ;
ApjleK ar-- hriiiiimg -a-H cei.ts per pound ;
pcaciies II cents; Currants l'.j.l.i cents;
1'luiu.s 1 C-'IltS.
Sugar Crushed, 1 1 f 1 -" f.iitd; Island
li'Jv ; Sun I-raiicisco rctiin-tl, IJev 1 c its.
Tea best quality 1 p--r pound, a:e oth
er bra mis ranging lrom (HuvT.i cents.
Colfee iJ.cst arlicl" J.-'t cents.
Salt. Hangup' lrom lfV'Jt.
Syru !- c-nts per gallon-, best article
Iiacon Hams lJ.P cents; Shoulders,
X Cents; sides, 10 cent S per pound.
Lard l'.-r pound 11 c.-nis.
Oil J)evocs Kerosene per pi!!on,li.!fj7"'
c.-rits; binse- tl $1 S.
Peel on loot. Clood fat cattle lnd rca.Iy
sale at ii cent s on lo-it .
Pork We quote nt ticT.ts.
Siieej 1-Vw otr-. ring ; -quote at f 1 lol "J.r
Hides (ir-'cn at from ovingtothe
size; dry fit-.-nts wr poun-i,
Vnile vclt;:.l VIrr.
The feeble and debilitated usually fancy
they ure jn a more hopep.sri contiil ion t lian
they really are. Tin- resources of nature ar.
not, easy cxausted. Kvi'.'i wh-'ii .strength
and appet it e lail, wh-n tne eyes are li. n vy
and luatn-Icss, the coin pled ion pallid, the
n.-rves tr.'iiiiiioup, tie- Imdy attenuated and
th-'iiiind depressed, tlure is generally a
reserve of hire nt power behind such palpa
ble evidences of weakness. Various modes
of treatment art; resorted to by physicians
in the hope of developing and rendering
available this store of sk-oping vitality, but
tie- surest, and indeed tiie only t borough ly
safe and reliable means of awakening t ne
dormant energies ot th - system is a course
oi Hosteller's .stomach hitters. Klcctricity,
shower bat lis, the t' -sli brush, sea dat hing,
-c, may he well enough in their way, as
auxiliaries but t hey do not. reach the source
of 1 he evil. All phy sical debility proceeds
eit her lrom a derangement of tin - Pi net ions
ol the assimilating, secret ivc and vital or
gans, or ironi a sluggish consl it ul ion. in
eit ler cas-, and also in cases where lxth
causes exist, t he latt. rs will in variably pro.
dace an im iii'-diaie and salutary change
in the condition o: t Ii- j at lent, and event u
a I ly effect a complete cure. None of the
dangerous alkaloids, too oiten administer
ed a tonics, can be ot li -rwise t ban delete
rious under such circumstances, and to
give mercury is positively criminal. Tht?
direct eleet of the great vegetable sjK-Citic
will be manifested in an improved appe
tite, "a more ciieeriul iranc- of mind, a
gradual r.-i urn ol st ivi;glli, an incr--a.se of
liesli, and a healt h ler complect ion. .Mean
while, however, the constitution, if in rt.
and feeble, will have be( n roused and re
novated by t he subi ile elements of liivigt
ratioii contained in tin- fitters.
ASIATIC fJlOLEIii CHINA.
Almost Kvery t Cuit-il Willi
hKAjt sins: buring a r.-sid-'iice of some
ten years in siam aim . iiimi, as a mission
ary, I found your Pain-Killer a must valu
abe remedy ir that feariul scourge, the
In administering th.- medicine I found it
most elf.-et ual to give a leaspooniul oi I'ain
Iviller in a gill ol not, water sweetened with
sugar; th'-n, alter alnit. lilt.een minutes,
begin to give about a tabl.-.sjHioiiuil of t he
same mixture every lew. minut.-s until re
lief is obtained. Apply hot applications to
t he t-xt rem it i.-s. hathc the sloiiiaen m it h
tin- Pain-h'iller, ci"ar, and rub the limbs
briskly. Ol thos.- who h:l the ( hoi. ra, and
took tiie medicine laithlully, in the way
siat.-d iiIhiv.', eigiit out ol t--n r.-cov. retl.
Hkv. Ji. 'I KLKoitn, Missionary in China.
Dkak Slits : I Hiring a long resilience in
China I have used your valuable Pain-Islil-l.-r,
lioth in my own family and among the
Chines--, and "have found it a most excel
lent medicine. In the Summers of ls.i ami
1S, while residing in Shanghai, I iound
it an almost certain cure lor cholera, it us
ed in time. Indeed, using it in a great
many instances, I do not remember failing
ina single cas-. For three years I have
been r siding in this place, more than tilty
miles lrom a physician, and have been
obliged oiten to fall utxin my own resources
in cases of sickness. The Chines - come to
us in great numbers for medicine and ad
vice, t hough without medical knowledge
ourselves, tiie few simple remedies tc can
command are so much in advance even of
their physicians,! hat we have almost daily
applicat ions. We allow them to come, be
cause it brings us in contact wit h t hem and
oiH-ns .1 door of usefulness. In diarrhea.
colic, vomiting, cholera, coughs, etc.. your
l'ain-Kiilt r has been my cniel medicine.
Yours, very truly,
Kev. T. P. Crawkokh,
Those using Pain-Killer should strictly
observe the following directions :
At the eoiiiineiieement tit the disease.
take a teasionlul of Pain-Killer, in sugar
and wat.-T, and men name ir-. ii hi-hi
tlie stomach and bow.-ls with th' Pain-
Killer clear. Should the dirrhea and cramp
continue, repeat the dose every fitteen min
utes. In ttlis wav me tireauiui scourge in:i
be checked and "the patient relieved in the
course of a few hours.
X. P.. lie sure and get the genuine article ;
and it is recommended by those who have
used the Pein-lCiller for the cholera, t hat
in extreme cases the patient taKc two ,or
more) teaspoonluls instead oi one.
The PAlX-KIhLEK is sold by all the
I'ruggists and Dealers in Famhy Medi
cines. 8-price, 25 and 50 cents, and I.
PKRKV 1 AVIS SON,
Manuf's a ITop's,i: High St.,lrov.,ls, I.
sept l'J ml
For the very best photographs, goto Drad
ley & Rulofson's Galery without STAIRS
Ascend lit the Elcvalor, Montgomery
Street, Ban Francisco, California.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOPJJIA,
We would not recommend the-frequent
or constant use of any medicine. It is itn-.
portant to take even a good article judi
ciously. J'timoiut' Purgative IHUs are safe
prlunpt and reliable as a laxative or cath-s
Rase ball is undoubtedly good exercise
and capitiil amusement, but it oiten oc
casions bunged eyes, and broken skins
and blistered hands. We can tell you t hat
in all such cases, if Johnson's Anodyne
Liniment is resorted to, it will reduce swell
ing and stop the pain.
Forty- Yt-nrs' iier2enre have tested
the virtues of Dr. Wistak's Balsam ok
Wild ciiekry and it is now gcnerally
acknowledged to be the bcxt remedy ex-taut
lor pulmonary and lung diseases ; em brac
ing the wtiole range lrom a slight cold to a
settl.-d sonsum pt ion. Were it not lor its
tiirrit.i, it would long since have"dicd, and
made no sign."
llurgreii i Phindler have reopened in
their former warehouse, the Lutheran
Church, Filth stro.t near the U. S. Custom
House, m here they will operate till a per
manent business place is ready. They are
prepared to ii!l orders for furniture and all
kinds ol bedding, including first class hair
mattrerses :;nd the celebrated wtjven wire
m.'ittress, children's pcrambulators.Ac,
Klikir Dam in nit.
Among the new ami successful remedies,
none have excited so much wonder as this
great restorer of the vital energies. To Ir.
Jose Zuniga belongs the crt dit of producing
the reliable extract of the great remedy,
which is now producing grand and sur
prising results imparling in a wonderful
degree, fresh and youthful vigor to all who
have used it. Agents, Chas. l.nngle.Vifc Co.,
San Francisco. auglm'5.
F R J KS I L YSTET J S.
fpiIK FNPEKsKiNKD ANNOFNCFS
JL to the ciiiz ns of Or gon City that he
has reopened his Ih st r Saloon and Kes
taura nt. and can dish out 1'r -sh t. sl- rs to
lil! ord. rs. i tiir-c, T.-a and hocol.-oe
ul.ta.ts on hand; also a gc?vral assort
ment of confi it ionar -. Oysters s 'f.v.l up
in ever, st . le desired.! LOUIS SAA1,.
Oregon City, s.-pt. l.s7;J-tf.
Ic-mairiing in the Post. Office at Or- gon
Milby W. C.
Mason .1. T.
Po wers S. J.
Hut an, 1'rof.
I.rown Miss Ktlio
( 'ranson, .1. :
( 'onnly John
1 lum phr )' .lohat han K--ed .lr.
.ludsoni'. P. sho. nburg I-ouis
.lolly, K"v. II. C. Tracy Sm'i
Ingram .Ia:n--s Virney .Jolin
If call- d lor pleas" say adv rtis d.
J. M. HAt ON, V. I-
A CAIn 'ftlK Pl lJIIC.
4 CFHTAIN INDIVIIiUAr.COMMOXI.Y
V kno.'.nt.y tie-n-ame or John Kelly,
at cb ina n, came out. in a card (which
cr ditabl to s i-, the L ast,) referring light-
I . to the robber .' committed at my stor.
II had bet teres: lain why it is he is going
bv tie- nam:- of John K-dly when his jv
name is Henry 'U- Si. If he was a resjut'txH'tr.
man I should not .sV-ip firn: il course it
will b" so::ie ! it 1 1- s...i ic.ol-boy st ory i n re
gard to t he dile-i'enee of the name; using
your own expression, it is too trans, a rent.
Ker- one lcno s who Iv-dly is, at. least
th" saloons do. H- specta!.le peo; le say,
" Pat no attention to such trash ;" 1 wash
mv iiandstif all such villains.
JIKNItlKTTA M. KF.M.KY.
TUT p;. i ivT u r'iiif
Cf!.'"; CTMAP "OK CIRCULAR
c ' z v r n pp ci
- 1 ;
o ci in ' v so ncES.
o!;i;;on i.)i);i: xo. ;i. 1. 1, o. i.,
Meets every Thursday -i,
vi tiinat 7' o'clock, in the -;'jO vaT..-
o.ld l' lltiws' Hall, Main J;-s
street. Meinhersof the Or-
tier are invited lo attend, l?y order
iUdiix c t i:; it i: b i i.oi)c xo.
.5, 1. O. ). 1'., Meets on the
Second ami i'oiutli Tues
tiav eveiiiiie's eacli month,
at 7 'j o'clock, in the Odd
l- -llotvs' 1 lall. Memhersof the Degree
are inviteti to attend.
;lTIr0..AIJ JmUDHI'm SO. l,A.l
V: A. M., I lojds its regular coin- A
li.iiiiieatioiis tui tlie J'iist ami I?V r
Tiiird S.-iturtia. s in each month,
at 7 o'elo'-k from t he -I'lh of Sep.
teniher to the oth of March ; ami 7Li
o'cloek from the th of March tt) the
of Sepleiul-er. Brethren in ";'Jll
standing are invited to attend.
I'.y order td" W. M.
FAI.I I'.MIAMl'MMXT M).-l,I.O.
( ). 1"., M'eets at Odd Fellows rv
Hall on the First and Third Tues- Af
davofeaeli month. Patriarchs V"V
in gt.od stantliieg are invited to attend.
M I .S C E Lm Im, A A" H VS.
T K A M V C. ) W Eli JOH
Manufaf I ur-s to order Ac
count Hooks, of all siz s and
styl'-s, HallTicUels, P-ill IP-ads
Plank iltMiksofany patternlhat
is desired, with or wit liout, printetl
headings, l'.lanks, Uriel's,! 'atalogues,
G. II. Slime.-.. V. K. ilii-?.
,2 , , . .- -- ' s--C31- --T mAmB
H ! M E S
93 Front St. I Portland, Oregon.
Cards, i ert ifiicates, Checks, Circu
lars, I leeds, 1 to.lg. rs. Funeral No
I ices.IIailtiltllls, In voces, Isabels,
ht terh.ii si s,Post--rs, Program's
li--C'-ipts, Show t ards. Ship
ping 'lags, Tickets, &.C., sVc.
(.)!' cLMAVOcL VrILS
KXA.lIIX.VTKIX FOIl TK.K IIKKS.
MIETHIHI) t)FAIMFKhY FXAMIN'A-
tion n applicants ior c -ri iucar.es o
teach in lackamas county, will be heltl m
Oregon City on
Kit urd'iy, ,Srj,lriuber 277 i, I).. lST-'I,
at t he City Seminary. All persons desiring
to teach in t he public schools of I lackamas
county will appear lor examination at that
time." As I he examination will be mostly
a written one, applicants must furnish
pens and pa; r. '1 fie examination Ix-gins
at U o'clock, a. m,, aharn.
Sg jK-rinfend'-nt of Clackamas county,
liy V. W. .MUllKIAMi, Di-puty.
1NTIIK M NTT EH OF THE ESTATE OF
William I a lton, deceased, in the Coun
ty ourt of (.'lackamas county, Oregon.
The administrator of said estate having
filed his final account tor settlement there
of, it is ordered by Hie Court, that Monday,
the th day of October, 1S7:, at 1 o'ckck, p.
in., be set apart tor said final settlement
with John E. Parker, the administrator
thereof, hv order of
IfON. J. K. WAIT,
Countv. ( h-rk,
Attorneys for Administrator.
JOHN 31. BACON,
IMPORTER AND DEAI FP.
in Books, Stationery, I'erfuni:
ery, etc.. etc.
Oregon City, Oregon
lt" At Charm an i Warner's old stand
lately oocupied hy fs. Ackeman, Main et.
OHAS. H. CA.TJ-FIEL.Da
DEALER IS 0
CORSER OF SEVENTH AND MAIS STREETS, OREGON CIT
lias Just Received a New block of
Calicoes, Dross Goods, lirown and Bleached Sheetings,
House fining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen TWIting, Table-Cloths,
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions,
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Ac,
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERK'S SKCE?,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamns, Wkks and Chimney-.
AVKlch have Ice let ted ulth social ,e for tlU mark,! h, cot
BE Sl'RPASNED IX QI ALITY OK PKlt R
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICL. PAID 1 OR COUXTRY.PBODUCH
March 13, ls73:tf .
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! NEW FIRM!
Have Just opened, in
Il's Inoav Xiiiilclinir,9 Oregon Citv,
IIIE FIXRST AND MOST COM ITJITE
. .... . ' : . -"it . ...
nuns, c uiicrj , l.a.sKt is una loys : alo, uroccrics and lrovisions, and a ' O
GKXKKAL ASSOUTJIKXT OF T11KR GOODS.
t' VS!"n0rOUS t0 doscribc w,lich w rroixise to sell at the Lowest Possible Kates, Tor
Mit. 1.. LKVV, bchiK a PrHctical .It Hclcr of lonr cxiricnco, wo will also del la
and niai-.ui.-ictiirc and repair Jewelry. We guarantee allf .ourgomfs and work ornonay
Ciivc us a call and examine our trooiiSj and suye twenty kt cent.
Second door iiprO.i of tlie PotoflUe, Main street, Ore.u City.
Dr. J. S. Coleman's Com-
,.i.i i . , fe 1 aiuauie meuKal ciuait es ol f he Fncnlvirf iik
which is cultivated m nearly every t'alilornia garden for its m. il-..l . i i ' 1 '
AriWX 17 VbV!
s Nil 1,'ii'ir itiui m,i. , i, iw 1...
as v;yl:vy;r;vV';yxv;Vvv;, "iv -
HI A, ImHLW HiiUHKA, etc. - , t t, mau mA A CI,!) lVS'i'if-
This preparation is the result of Dr. Coloinan-scxrerim.-t.fC in. , .
erties oi tlie tree in the V. s. Msrine Ilosnit i in u J S Wlt-h the medicinal Prop-
hc had unusual facilities fortes! g 'r , lscn' lnl ad 12. w'here
its use. it can be relied upon as cvAhIi i to Kite t he ....Ji'i I,rci'aritig the rer;,edy. and
testimonials of its efficacy can l- seen ilt hit "mil 4,U l" 'St'd rts,,l,s. PJ hundreds pf
HmUAM A ' .S' 1U I :111m K K.T1AVT '
erfnl vet harmless. fehrillle. and is
treat nieiit of l he malarious levers of our interior valievV , !',!", X he
ranted to euro any case of FK V K I i A Nil Aci U K t re;u ed wit h it accord
ing to directions, while the banolul results of the usual OuiniuJ ; Ti
arsenical reiuedic for those diseases are entirely avoided.
FOK PHYSICIANS, Coleman's Fluid Extract of Kucalvnt ne i i w.
bfittles. liL-wary of imitations, and take
F.SIKF.S TO INFORM T1IF CITIZKNS
if l iregen City and of the Willamette
V alley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Ximb!e Six J'ince it littler than a Slow
I have just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one ot the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
Sl'OCK OF GOOUS
oyer before offered in this city ; and consists
jn part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Indies and
Patent Medicines. Goods, Fancy Xo-
Itoie, Fain ing t lUS of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
M O S T C O M P Li K T K
ever offered in this market, and was seleted
wit h especial care fort he Oregon City trade.
All of which 1 now off r for scale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
tlfink of going to Portland to buy goods for
I am Ihtrrminrd. to Srll Cheap and not to
allow myself to be
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE OF 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
quirements ot the trade. Come one and all
and S.ee for yourselves t hat the old stand of
cannot be lieaten in quality or price. It
would be useless for me to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you in the sale of
goods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Conic, iiiid Ser,aiid Examine for Yourselves
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all mv old friends now
that lam Still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed ajKin. 1 hanking all tor the liber
al patronage heretofore In-stowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
Ix-gal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
marKei rales. TJio. CllAli.M A.
?"50,OO0 lbs wool wanted bv
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY,
A N D
SEII3 STORE I
Factory Block, :::::: Oregon City.
57Ageney for the San Juan Limfl Co.
Lime sold In quantities to suit, augl-tf.
LOCl Sit ALHIUGIIT have Just re,
ceived a fine lot of beef cattle from the
John Day countrv. They are the fatest
ever brought to this valley before, and will
be butchered for this market. They pro:
pose to sell cheap. Give them a call, and
get the choicest of meats.
Oregon City, May 23d, 173. t f ,
rsets, ladies' and Gents'
SWCK OK CI.OTHINO AND DHV-GOOn
... ...v j . uiMiniuui; uikkis. lioseni's
, . .. .
'i l"j vivv''"-' braneS.Suc
ML V A T rv-V -v . - - '" ' an i-rancisco.
- - 1 ' ' ,s a P'w- ' ,
none but Coleman's i -
4sale everywhere, and bv Ilodirc" Caler
-""is. Portland. Sole Agents lo
STILL IN THE FIELD!
WILLIAW5S & RARDINC.
LINCOLN BAKERY, 0
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of I ainily Groceries to be found in the
city All goods warranted. Ooods delive red
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce
Oregon City, March '2H, lh73.
SFv-PERfl&L M I L L S,
Savic r, LaKocque & Co.
Keel) mnstriritlr rm I r
Middlings, Man ;nU Chicken iTAnil;
purchasing feed must furnish the sack.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
ni II E II N' 1 1 E I? S T o v r n x-
JL Bounce to the citizens of Oreiron
City and Clackamas rnnnfv ih-ii f 7TT
- ....... Ill, ,
just opened a
Main street, next door north of Shades Sa
loon, where they will keep on hand and for
sale all goods pertaining to their line, at the
lowkst living kaiks. Especial attention
given to the repairing of Fine Tim f Pieces.
All goods sold antl work done warranted.
liKU. A. HAAS & SUN.
Oregon City, Feb. ti. lST3-tf.
SWUM AM) SUJDIER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shoes,
had ics and Gents'
p Furnishing Goods,
etc., etc., etc., etcA
Main Street, Oregon City.
Produce of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price. If vou de
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at
I. .S li LI. I A U ' 8
and examine his new stock of Spring goods.
VV ,n" a. cal1 "ntl convince yourselves.
-'ij IIIOl I O l.S,
" QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS."
The highest market price paid for wool.
Oregon City, March 21, lS73-tf.
1,0 00 DEER SKINS
W A IsT T 10 D.
VLTi OTHE1I KINDS OF HIDES. FOR
which 1 will pay the hijrhes market
price in cash firing on your bides and get
your coin lor them.
JOHN SCH RAM,
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, lft-m3.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
Southwest (ornrr First anO&irison s.
I7UIOM THIS QATE "K HAVt
. ailuptt-fl the
CASH BASIS AMD HARD TIMES PRICES.
Come and see us and there will be mutu-
CUST03IEH8 AT OUR L0W PEICE8
.A N D -
OURSELVES AX p A S II.
GEQItOE A. PAE,
Southwest Corner First and Morrison Sts.,
August 22d, 137Sntl .
PA?I FOB SALEI
QOA ACRES OF LAND FOR aVLEAT
0--U $1.5ieracre. TTtVIN
For particulars inquire of
dy. Clackamas county, Oregon.
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