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rTr;ToN 1'ITV, OREG,OCT01iER 17, 1573.
Monthly Rkvikw. lhe seconu
' ,1,1V review of the City Semi nary
h..'rin .n Monday next, and con-'Ktir.,u-h
two days. The following
"m , .rwill be olcrved during the
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l'Vn,.i-.tv,y:l" to lf.::5ia. ,.-Fmglish
'Lli.'lAtfi-artiiunt; Eng. (iram.
8 ,r Vride-s 3 and i ; clcments.ot i.hras
,UUK s and offices. Scientific W
V. 1 ,.r trade o; pauses, inflections,
' - M-hra, grades 1 and 2; fac-
'. I ; C7 1). and 1. -'. M., Surds,
t 'l'"-' i ,...i.w. i..iiimiaiis lnvolvim?
i .,, .i. ana ! "
...,i iw.u ii (:iiaiil.;f .
!'.'. -.7.. i- in. -Scientific Dept.;
lu.-f-i . , ,. ... ,,,...,;.:. I, -i.
trraui-." . ami one -
Mt , l.x lltli
i . . . . I r. I Kiiirv ' I ; I e
fr.,ni -'etllcment of Jamestown, 17, to
. . 1 1 i if in li ui:i rv 11 :ir.
Matlieiiiaiieai it pi. .wiuihih.-,
I - Willi Illllll. 111V . til
O 7. r-tilt- .i and ti.
1 to I'd' ! in- Mathematical Dept.
Arithmetic, irrade 4. Kng. and Classical-Grammar,
graded. Scientific Dent
lViniiairliil, grade 5 and 0; orthog-
r'1' ''ui to '''' Scientific Dept. Chcmis
trv" "ra-ie 1. MathejnaticalDej.it: Ar-ilhMiT-ii--.
grades :i and :.
Ta.-.-iav, .i;l5 to 10 ;50 a. in. Eng. and
ic:d: I-'. S. II i-tory, grades .1 and
4. M.iifieiuaf ieal : .eofnetry, grades 1
iiii l-. Ixx'KS I and III. Scientific: rtad
inL'. L'r.ideo; jieuin-inship, ete.
to 12 ni. Mathematical : arith
lu. -ii'-, trade. O. Sciintiriei geography,
ymlf X- i'mg. ami Classical: Ancient
ilMory, grade I.
1 t- -:!' p- ni. Scientific; fJeograpIiv
,1 tlx- Tinted States, gride 1. Exvg and
t'l.o-ieal : Rhetoric, dose! iption of ma-
t.'inl oi'jei-is, natural sefiiery, per.sons,
iiurr iti'i'n, ai'guiiitnt.
I.';:; 1 1 ") p. in. Mat Jiematieal : ar
jlliiiu tii-, grade 1. Srienti lie ; ge.'gni
j.liy, trade 'J.. Eng. and Classical : eom
ji. iiii. in, gc.d'-s ; and four ; sul-jeet Ut
! assigned, essays to hu written and
r d I ' pupils.
IVtrents and friends -vvill see ly the
q f.rei;.int j.rigramni tlie time v!un
a : sii. i. et will Ix? taken up, and e;;n
t- I- i-t their tioie for visiting Ui.-i s-ho..
'i f. iiiiiii.iti 'ii will In: written, and"
th.- p'js.ils graded aeeording to result.
' C " " "
li::::f n'Ms. As v.c announeed I-
f !, '1 ..Uh'ii.is eouuty reeeivrd her
?i!:.trL' ofth-.- j'rer.iiunis awanlijil i y the.
l it-Si it - lur. II id the weather Leon
i if il l.-qaite a n niiber of.stotk rais-
r ivoiil 1 have repres- nit d Clekan! ;s
c iin'.y :-.t t!i--- pre niiiim di-tri .u! i.ii
s; T i !' il .w:ng art; th. j r: mi-
liias .i-i ;'.ir .is w c !i iv leai iu d, lli'it uiii'
t i! ie-is - re i-r.t i: L -1 P i :
. s Ui;--i-..i:gran:, stiill.on, Is
ni i;i ii.
C. h. :;:! )u-7S. ;rn, e-.dt, 2d prcm.
'. S-f .vart Jvat-'. i i u-, l-,t, jumiii.
; llit; I. v--S. liiii, e'd. 2ril ireiii.
O '. vV.illiug iii.-st drivd j.run-.-s.
Is" j i , -.1.
f. M. Li:u'K.rt Ixst twil-.-o w.r'v. ties
a 1. , 2i I ;ivm ; twvt three s;.ie iniens
s: v v.ri:-!io, I i ti-st one na' ive .rii tv
jr, J ,1 ; st one ill-igl Vil t V
I ; .-est -.!i!i.it of gf :i;;cs, lt.
. It. S ji.-ley :.,-si ei :!it ii-.iive ::r
i ;..' r- i;-s. 1 t preni.; i. t i-i-.-hi
V.lrili.'.-:, 1-t I i 01.1.; i.( Ml l).. li.h
i '' .ri.-ty of tr iiK', 1-t ; l.e-t ;:k' ,':r
t ;,,-l Vai i of grain', 1st ; hest exiji: ;'.
iii.ij: ?.est ten vori- li s
.i.i;i::t ; Li. .-.t tarce v t
, Is!. ; !.--st tlii ee S'H.-ei -
a i-i !v , Nt ;
est e.vLi'iit of .,!:
j-.r :.-,t f..ur varMios of .,;
-st tliree t.;e?j of .v.-ii v.
fl s, -J. 'd ; br-,i t,-ii v,. i- ti-
; clly :. i;ii"i, 1st ; ('.,'.
.i''.ivs, 1st; Le.si exhioit '
KS'T.- ;. ..: S-iturdav as
- i iii r
iv. tir- ver, btd-.miiicr to
l '.. v-is p.is-i;g down t!ie
; to pa
l.i.-e ! P.irll.'ncl, in :,f
;s t!iiM:g!i the n.:ri'.w
ise d tiii ii.--.u- tie.; lm li'h
mi. is riv-.'r. tli b-.;it str'l 'i;
s i ts?. Ah .lit this time t'..e
t )) Cl I is in-' til" W'M-K to s; : (11
i 'k t!ildisi l" ing ei-eeted iv I', i
; . .V '., i i t ::s city. Mi-.'N-i- !
; i . .X S irk vt ki, v liti was em "il-.-ved I
P 'f I'llil-li.i:;, !iro,OMvd to m':i,c i
;s tel! iw-l ,?Mrers li g...n.1 a-Ki in
t:iii.'. str;-!jte- otl" the rapid ;. j
vv :.t and oJ' i ;d !iis assi s. i
e : 1 1
I '. :(s
ve i I
h'. II lie had !
hour he t 11
r ; 'ni
1 !i -0
r '.1 ' . - it r 1
!-:' ! a
: 1 -
.'. d -r b-ein.;-;
arch was .
fh" S oiiboat C 1. s- n!
oiitinuing tiie s.-ar.-h .1 11
ay aft. in-n Mr. !.!'.
of this eitv. etfered S'-Ul U ;
! ! iy. lT, to" (ids writing !!.'
i i :i..t !fetn iband. Mr. M.u k
v is !h; s,m of Mr. David M ak-
ie lives on tilt farm of .Mr. .Jos.
near this city. He came with
her to this country in b-C-3. and
Jived in ttiis count- most of tie-tioie
sine.-. Nathan H. Mark wood wss thir
tv. ne years .II. II,- leaves a wife and
f"ir small children.
Tae funeral sermon will be oreachni
xi Sibhath ;,t 2 o'clock, p. in., at ii;e
1 house near Mr. Win. Holmes.
if-orxiiKi). La.st Saturday morning
as tlu- ti rover was going feu rough the
Cl.ickainas rapids, just beloav this city,
s'e- nut witli an accident which will be
b.Uily to lay her up for a few days.
Sac v;is very heavily loaded, and her
ni.l.i,;r In-caine unmanageHble ; she run
Ito,... UMi- onto the dam, where she re
inained until the Vancouver relieved
her of the greater part of her car
Ky She returned to Portland Sanday
a;tcr;iMu. wh-re she is undergoing re
I'liis: Wo are sorry to note" an acct
d' nt of this character to the finest boat
on the river, and at a time when she
vv.is U'tinuing to have a lucrative em
pl yin. -nt. but hope she will be on the
river again soon.
I-'lMsiiKi). Mrs. Charman's hand
sonic residence is about finished. The
eirp nter work shows the builders to
! master workmen. It will surjiass
Hiiytiimg done in this city by Portland
builders, ;itid Messrs. I led :io.s A Ring
ni in should feel proad to have done
bus much. The inside finish, by . I. D.
lover.is-n marvel of lieaut v.andshow s
-Mr. s ,vcr to le a No. 1 plasterer. We
have s.-cn many nice pieces of work,
and can say that this will compare fav
orably w ith any of them. Taking t ho
work alto-ither, we think Mrs. Char
man should feel proud of having secur
ed the services ot such builders.
Dkive tiiem Down. We are not
commanding, but arc going to oiler a
little l it of advice to property-holders.
There's hardly a foot of sidewalk in tiie
city out where the spikes proji it uji
ward an inch, or less; now , if eacn pi 1-
11 ad jacent to such sidewalks would
take an ax and drive l ie nails down, it
Oould greatly help tae morals ot the
city, as w ell as to -save the toes of tiie
travi lers loots or shoes. Let the Street
t-'oi:nnis.sion look after this matter.
A Ukxeroi's Man. Last Saturday,
shortly after the drowning of Mr.
Markwood, Mr. B. Goldsmith, Presi
d nt of the W. R. T. Co., sent his wid
ow $.,11. Tins .shows Mr. Goldsmith to
t-ea w l.ole-souled.liiM-ral and generous
iieartea man. Mr. M. had only been
n tiie boat at. mut an hojr when the sad
f luent happi'iied.and was not an em
rioyee of the company, except to assist
unloading the G rover.
Remembeu- Don't forget the concert
to he -iveii at tiie Baptist Church next
Thursd iy evening. The proceeds to Ikj
Si"1''m to a wrthv cause one-half to
v.., ii.siiiiii, ,ur, ijiiriuci.
, . . iae other to thn ,,.,,-,.l1.,c:iii,
t'-T trre Church.
County Court Prnceediiigs.;
tK-TOBKn TEKM WAIT, ICPGE.SAWTELL
Arthur Warner, V. B.' Partlow and
J. A. Uaiker apMiinted viewers of road
petitioned for by Sam'l Waldon and
otliers, in Heaver Creek Preeinet.
J. A. Fields, Thos. Duckman and X.
X. Koldiins appointed viewers, of road
letitionel for for by James Roberts
and others in Pleasant Hill Preeinet.
Tiie damages assessed Ly reason of
the road petitioned for l.yJ.r. Perdrew
and otliers, the road established.
Tlu; Court renewed the license of
Horace liaker to run a ferrj' across the
Clackamas river, near his residence.
In the matter of the tx'tition of John
and Henry Nachand tor compensation
lor tlu land occupied by the south end
of the new Clackamas bridte: it was
ordered that when the petitioners exe
cute a deed to the county ior the land,
me lorK ttraw a wanant in their tavor
for the sum of f Si 't.
In the matter of the application for
covering of the Tualatin river, r.t ur J.
A. Fields; the fcu;it-rintondcnt is au
thorized to receive hids for the same.
In the matter of the petition of M.
Patterson, showing that David Fiuley,
a resident of this was sinTering from
menial derangement ' and owing to
physical disability was unable to take
care of himself. Isaiah Abbott was aii
iMjjnted to take charge of, and provide
for said Finley until such time as a
guardian is duly appointed.
The bridge across the Clackamas riv
er near the site of the old CasOn bridge
was turned over to the county and the
contractor, on the recommendation of
the Superintendent, was allowed $."2o
for extra w ork ; the entire tost of the
bridge is $o.7:(0.
The Su;ei intendent, A. J. Cason, was
allowed S2-Vj ii fir services being addi
Emxtjon Kktuuns. We have liec-n
unable to get the official returns of the
election held lust Monday, as Union
Precinct hys not yet reported. We give
the maj-Mitii s, as reported, will give
olhehj result m-xl wetk. It issurjms.
ed the ;ii lis in Union were not opened.
Tiie result is a follows:
ihir. Wil. Nes. Smith
O'-egon ( lty. ' . . .
Can mail. . . .-
Li mi City
1 Iardim'ii. . . . . .
I . ower M.,l.ii!a .
M w:i!i; ,e
I ) V
Hock Creek ...
!l-a er Cre.r:-; . .
II. tle Creek ...
Iff 1.-5 ! 10
17 4J H .U)
:n n w
it s :v)
. ' 'ji m
It 2D 4
3- y 4
."." :;i ;:2
41 40 l;i
2ri 3f .
lo 2s 12
l' 55 13
14 XI 1'
l'i 23 4
22 3 IS
45 22 12
4o -7 ' 1 1
-12 27 2:5
Tin; Pakkkii IIrhw h-I oauino S;iot-t:c:-.
In another cclumn ycti will find
;.n i .ivetii-m. lit ,f the I'arker (iun,
a :ie :. is i-e.oi-e wie put.ue. liackeu by
i ill Uui'CiiS O
low int :
testimonials, like the fol-
Ci.i.l r. e ntl y it h:'s bten fh -tight
tirjt a .v,o..-d i.-rct e:-Ioitier cotdd not t .e
; oO,iiif(L in t'siis ei.-untry, i ut .Mi'ssrs.
P.iin-. r iirus., :ir-. now m;.mii:ictiuing
. ;l'!i Which gives perfect s.it;.s;,icU(;li
l i!l who have trie! t;:vj;i, and, in our
vr.-iiii'.u, for sinie It i; v an..l slux.tiiit
.pa:diii-s, it equi-.ls. if it din. s not e;:ee!l
.m v Ijiecc't-Joude;- of ion I-n make. Wr;
rect i:, iy it:rc:::;sel one of the
i gtiiis, ami, alter iuir it a trial
i s n r exchange it fur any other
m' .mother muriiifacture that we
i . r s.. v. I'o those .i our sporting
:i ::ils w iio" wi.nl a oor.n gun, we r-e-.i;i::i(-nd
tin in lo try the Parker gun,
v.t- b.-ilve it to l-(il! ti;at is claimed
r ii. Mi.n.i-llo Express.
ArciMATAi.T.Y WrioT. Mr. Bruak, a
young man living in tiie Eagle Creek
s. ul. inent, in this e;.unly. while out
.V.i::! ing I 'st S .-iurciay with a double
i-.ii n k vl -.hut ;..u;i ana lia ing discharir-
i u ..i ml he
.na:ng n a
eg 1 v 1 .:;.e.lliir , W !.x-n toe gun slitiiKH!
i I it.l.-i
itne loaned lairel to lire, lnhicl
ie v.i'iiral in the wti.st and
si.le oi the face. It is hoped th' wounds
a e not f t A. Vv'eg' t t!iis itt-in faoiii Mr.
i". V. F. -sier, a iaist friend of the Ex
; 1-. i:ims f.. wii) p.aid us a visit on Wed
nesday i tin -e.-k. We hojK frieinl
F- stti- v. .11 cdl orl n as his vi-.its are
jirohtai le in more respxets than one.
Imi'ojitanv ! i-Urriior. Iisihits.
We would call the tfi; id ion f schol
.ii.siri-.-fs lo 1 he repiii ty of iinmi-diatc-
! Jv procuring the Text-iiooks, which
I , iil s. id until January Jst, at :'
; per cent discount to district clerks or
i direct or.s, orti ij--:n-ii-rs. Eet the dis
! 1: i ls ni: tiled i.-iN ly asHi-rtain what and
how hi ti;y Looks" they want and send
' iu their oi iei-s, as the' Iwioks cannot Ik
' omchr.sed by ir.oi iii:::l.s sintl at the
drsoiamt pti"e. .Join ?.Iyers ur J. M.
Raci.'ii can iill your orders.
I-AI.I.Oi;'s M AOAZINK FOB NOVEMBER.
The Novi inU'f number of Ii.ilbju's
Magazine is issued, and is as fresh and
nice as ever. D contains the usual va
riety of interesting stories, good jxietry
and' tine illustrationsjust such reading
matter as the ocovle want, and Will
have if they but know where lo Una it.
Every subsvritor receives a pretty
ehromo. Only 13cts. single miiiitier,
and Sl.ail per' year. Address Thoines
A Talbot, :jt Broom iii 1 J SI. Boston.
Kecoveiiep. V.'e learn from Dr.
Xorris that the small-pox jiatient at
Chase's mill, reported some time i-ince,
has entire ly recovered. Several small
er nu-mlx is of the same family were
vaccinated as soon as the father was
taken down, and did not take the dis
ease until alter the vaccination had tak
en effect, and they csoa-d with u very
slight touch of the dreadful disease.
Goon Improvement. Street Com
missioner Meldrum has had a side
walk laid from the corner of the Con
srregational Church to the corner of
Peter Pa-piet's residence. This is a
good improvement, and .was badly
needed. Gurham Bridges and Harvey
Cross did the cariienter work while
Mr. Meldrum done the bossin'.
Compi.imentakv. We have received
a complimentary ticket to visit the
Museum, First and Ash steets, Port
land. Oregon, from T. A. Wood,' Pro
prietor says he projMisi s making , the
museum a popular place of resort, in
structive, entertaining, amusing, ele
vating and reiining. Pi ice of admission
Wheat is selling at KT cents per bushel
in Oregon City. ihki r City Herald.
You are mistaken, Mr. Herald. It is
selling at $1 per bushel in this city. On
Tu-.sday last Mr. Myers bought five
hundred bu.shels of ojie man for $1 per
I Usui 1, and will take all that is offered
at that price.
Goon. The Commissioner of Agri
culture at Washington, D. C, speaks
of our county, as eomjiared to other
parts of the United States, as follow s :
Oat crop never better; Wheat crop
average: Potatoc crop cood : Apples.
Ier cent, above average: peaches
good; grapes 'St per et nt. iielow aver
Fevek. There is considerable fever
prevalent in this county at present ; it
is the wedding fever. Six cases have
lieen reported up to the present writng.
It is not considered at all dagerous.
Postmaster. II. E. Cham has been
appointed by Postmaster-General Cres
well, postmaster at Clackamas Post
otSeo, Clackamas county.
r:"r:W. sch-ol. w
since. There are eight students in at
tendance at present. Thev arP r,i
E. L. Eastham. I. AflP,. at, Z '
W . . Moreland. tMins u,,,.'
Johnson, Ed. Clemens and the other
two names we have forgotten. Ulllr
Xot Opened. The polls in Einn
! City Precinct were not At jutn.i
- "intu last,
Mondai". One of the Judges w as in the
penitentiary and no one being present
to till his place or to act as clerk V "e
other two adjourned to this city." '
New Goods. We glanced in at Mr
Levy's Store the other day and found
it filled w ith a choice selection of new
goods. They have been too busy this
week waiting on customers, to give us
a new ad. but will have one next week.
Lively. East Sunday was a lively
day for boats. The four boats of the
W. R. T. Co., G rover, Reaver, Shoshone
and Vancouver were all in sitht of our
quiet little cifv. They were Wing at
the dam on Clackamas rapids.
Remqios. Bishop Morris w ill offici
ate at the Episcopal Church in this City
on next Sunday morning and evenin
in the absence of the pastor, lev J
...i'1r1Iivr.",iivho,is replying the
u -miren at n alia Walla.
Tonx Dowx. Mr. J. A. Buck has had
his old blacksmith shop torn down
and moved int.) Ids new one near by!
He has also had a new roof put on his
residence. We don't know, but may be
nu s got the prevailing fever.
Frost. Jack Frost his been visible
in our town, of mornings, for the last
week ; lie has caused the leaves of the
trees to assume a yellowish tint pfd to
remind us the that beautiful Fall days
are drawing to a close.
Boa n , o v For a uzauon . Y esterd a y
at the suggestion of the State Board of
E-pialization the County Board of
Equalization for this oountv met to as
sess some property that was omitted by
the Comity A.ses.-ov. ...
ro?. C. . Phimmor
gave us a call yesterdny. He gave one
of his pleasing tleeulionary entertain-t-u
nis rt th 'oart House last evening.
The l'rof. in ver fails te j lease.
In Town. The fann.i'is Wrestling
Joe was in town lids week. We 'spect
he mills to Kwenr that the lucks are a-
damn swindle and belong to somebody
. Genkkous. Immediately after tiio
.drowr.in5.0f M:. Mark wood, the mem
bers of the Tnrn Veri..n Society raised
a sum of money for his widow and lit
Ret nivir.-'t.-Mr. A. N liner, editor
and publisher of the F.M KuruisK, will
Itc. at h..nic in a few iays. Ke reacaed
San Francisco I-it Monday.
Shovt. Prof. J. D. While, of Ken
tucky, showed hi elocutionary uttain
ments to n vn ill ho'a-: in tids city last
I'ersonai.. We re-eiverl a cull from
Geo. CJ'M.-.d of the i'.nllt lin ecrr.-K yester
day. He ii visifiiir his iii.,thcr hi this
Steping. We learn tint the farmers
of tliis county arc engaged in putting
ir :a!l ' :
Ri.'Hoot.. The Marsh fu-ld sch- el oj en
ed 1 is-t Monday, ith Miss Wilrnot as
" HolrtiCS is ti
K. T. Co.V 11
se obliging clerk of
w steamer Beaver.
Arri.Es.- Arthur Milln
th&nks for a b x of ft P-s.
Gicral , Vcwk ilcian.
A Berlin dispatch announces seve
ral failures there.
A d'struciive cycloiie swept over
Key Wefel and Punta Rosa (Florida)
on the Otii instant.
Eight ierbO:is Live been arrested
in Boston, charged with circulating
The effect of the general stringen
cy iu the enrreu -y market has placed
silver at a discount when sold for
alary Xorcross, recently from Ore
gon attempted suicide at San Fraeis
co on the 11th by trying to jump off
The question of the resumption of
specie payment attracting considera
ble attention iu omeial circles at
Geo. A. Clark, of New - York, and
Cashier and Agent of the Union Pa
cific Railroad, is missing, $10,000 re
ceived for tickets old last mouth.
Ex-Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas,
was shot on the afternoon of the 11th
by ex-liepresentative M. F. Conway,
while walking on New York Avenue,
The President has caused an order
to be issued from the war Depart
ment giving full pardon to all desert
ers who ma- return to duty on or
before the first of January next.
The Tusccirora is in these waters
engaged in the preliminary survey
for a practicable route on w hich to
lav a submarine cable from our own
west coast across the Pacific ocean
to Japan, says an Olympia paper.
air. Jay the American Minister,
has written to Washington recom
mending that provisions be made for
sending home from Vienna a number
of waiters, laborers and other Ameri
cans now in that city in a destitute
The Boise Statesman says: "Mr.
Ycarvan, who owns a ranch about
twelve niiles below town says he has
killed this season, on his property
2,500 rabbits, and if what are left
would bring ten cents a hundred, he
could supplv at least five hundred
dollars' worth before winter sets in.
The Salt Lake Tribune says:
"Brother Brigham's new residence,
now building will be one of the most
gorgeous m and co-dly anywhere be
tween sun rise and sun set. If the
brethren wonl 1 Ix? a little more libe
ral in paving their tithing we could
boast of a large number of fine resi
dences in Bait Lake."
Our forces didn't come to the front
well in this fight. States man.
A cowardly general never won a
battle. You should have known bet
ter than to have put a general in the
field who would . dodge behind a
woman to' escape the shots aimed at
Gold CoLVAGE.-The Mint
riafadelipLia. under - orders 'from
Washington, is coining double eagles
at the rate of 310,000,000 per month.
The California Mint is running at its
full capacity on gold coinage and the
trade dollar, and bullion to the ani
out of $3,000,000 Las been added to
the fund of the assay ofiice sCl New
York, to pay promptly all deposits
Following is the assessed value of
agricultural laud tier acre, for 1873, in
e, for 1873, in
found by the
toe uitlerent counties, as fo
Douglas-. . .
. 4 54
. a 13
. 3 m
. 4 is
. 2 72
. 3 S3
Marion $ 6 32
Multnomah. 11 lis
Polk 5 42
Tillamook. .. - 4 OS
Umatilla G IS
Union 4 02
Washington. 5 21
Ys mhill 5 43
The railway from Bombay to Mad
ras is eotaideted.
At the residence of the brides's father. In
Macomb county, Midi., Sept. ?J, IST.'f, by
Itev. B. S. Tax lor. Mr. It. II. Iviticaid,
of Oregon, editor of the liuycne City
Journal, and Mis O'ussie A., youngest
daughter of Stephen Ixokvood, l-'sij., and
sister of the late C. M. Lock-.vood.of Oregon.
October St h, at t ho r.sidence of the bride's
father, by lie v. Mr. FairchilJ, Mr. II. fay
I'erkins and Miss bilias b. Bristo-.v allot
Lauc county, Oregon.
At the residence of Mr. A. R. Cyrus, Oct'.
1, ItKS, by Rev. M. Judy, Mr. Isaac B. Kaurr
niiin and Miss Iuisa I'rost :ill of Clacka
At the residence of the brid i's fattier.
Oct. 1J, 1S7 by 1'. V. .Foster. J. P., Mr. Jas.
C. branham and Miss Julia tt. John all
of lackamas county.
At Sprin-'fi- ld Corners, Wisconsin, Sept.
Cth, 1&7:J, Joseph Noltner, aged 75 years.
The deceased was the fatlc-r of the editor
of this paper.
Tie? undersigned having been appointed
agent for I'lackaiuas county will sell for DO
days, when ordered by school or district,
lor introduction at the following rates :
JtvVMl .'-v.vi! Intro. Kales
Pacific Coast first K.auer$ Si $ 10
" Second It ad r f0 .iei
" " Third K' aih r 75 5a
" " Fourth-Ilead.-r 1 0j ciiS
! iilli Kead- r 1 13 S;P,
Hopkins' Manuej of Amer
ican Idea?, in lieu ot oth
Header 1 oA 1 00
J. M. BACON,
gon City, Oct. 1st, 1S73.
Text Tooks. The following textbooks
can be had at niy store until January 1st,
Clark's Beginner's Grammar $i) 4ii
lark's Normal Grammar 70
Montieth'n Introduction to Geography
PaciJic Coast F.dition 50
.Monti--tli' l'hsi-al and Intermediate
Cieography Paciiic i oust F.dition 1 -Vi
Steele's f ourteen Weeks in Ch' inisirv 1 (M
in Philo.sopbV 1 na
" in Piiysioiogy lira
V. ood's r.otanist and I- lonst
l'aciilc Coast First Header
" " Second H-ad.-r
" Third Header
" " Fourth Header
" 1 nth Header
Hop kins' Manual in li-'u Wh Header 100
Others wiil be added as soon as thev .-tr
received. JOHN MYF.HS.
Portland XZaikct Report.
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1S73.
Sold in New York to-day. 1HP-.
Prt:aiid I--g:il Tender rules, su buying ;
Wii ai Demand Is good at 1 Sbitl JJ
Oats tUv'hi busJicl, sacked and dellv-
Ff-iur In consequence of tiie condition
of the wheat market. Hour hus b -on ad
vanced aa c-nts per barrel in this oil y, on
Butter '1 h:; roc ipls an larg-i ami ttn
market well stock' d with all qualities.
Prices range troni l ).'i,'S c-nts.
I'ggs Market sajjly sliurt ; prices llrni
at c-'iits V dozen.
Wool '1 he market continues dull and
quotations are furnished, iii;;e i lb lor
a good article.
Bacon the supply on hand remains
abundant. Sides ar; quot"d at loi.vllc;
Hams, il.il.jo, and prime cjlioulders at &a
Oregon City Market lteport,
ENTKRPiii.su Okfice, Oct. 10, 1S73.
The following up the buying prices for
produce, and tne selling j.nce lor others :
Wheat iH-iiiiiiid good and selling at 1)0
(il V bushel.
Flour Good supply iu market, anil sell
ing at i oo ti on.
Middlings Are quoted at $25 per ton;
shorts, Jo; and bran ii5, with full supplies
Oat Supply equal to demand; buyers
are paying .ii cents.
Potatoes No demand, and the market
overstocked, at lrom 2. i.'!0 cents ivr bush
el. Onions Quotable at l'i cents per pound.
Eggs Scarce, HO'j-i dozen.
Chickens il 50 (' 00 per doz-n.
Butter Scarce, '2Mni,ly cents lor good fresh.
Wool For eiioice lots, 'S-i cents.
Dried Fruits Full stocks in market;
Apples ar bringing is ;.." cents pr r pound ;
peaches 11 cents; Currants lobi cents;
Plums 15 cents.
Sugar Crushed, ltrit.) cents; Island 9j
104 ; San Francisco refined, l2"t,f"2!i cents.
Tea Best, quality si p r pound, and oth
er brands ranging ironi tioi.4,75 ci.-nts.
CoiTee Best article i1) cents.
Salt Hanging lrom 1V-!.
Syrup 50 cents p r gallon; best article
Bacon Hams 12d3 cents; Shoulders,
8 cents ; sides, 10 cents per jmund.
bard l'er Kund 11 cents.
Oil Devoe's K'-rosvne per gallon, 60(575
cents; bin seed 1 25.
Bed on foot Good fat cattle And ready
sal at. 5 cents on toot.
Pork We quote at ticents.-
Shecp Few ottering ; quote at $175(g2 25
Hides Green at from $2.3, owing to the
size; dry 1" cents per pound.
Nttirl IJecuy Prtt-t the System.
The human bfidy is a machlue, and
therefore cannot endure forever; but like a
watch or a sewing machine, it will last
much long t if I rojverly regulated and du
ly repaired, than if no pains were tak n
to keep it in order. The great object of
every one who desires a long and healthy
life should be to put his body iu a condition
to resist the life threatening influences by
whicii we are all more or less surrounded;
aud no invigorant and corrective at pres
ent known so effective answers this pur
pose as the vitalizing elixir which, under
tin unpretending name of I losetter's Stom
ach Bitters, has been for morithan twenty
ycarsthe standard tonic of America. In
crowded cities, where the atmosphere is
contaminated with theeiiiuvia inseparable
from large jxipulat ions ; in marshy regions
le-re t lie soggy soil reeKS wan miasma;
on the nrairies'and in tie? forests, where
c. cry fa 11 the air is tainted with exhala
tions lrom rotting weeds and grasses, or
decomposing leaves in short, in every lo-
cahtv w aere malaria exists, tins powerful
vegetable antidote is urgently needed. Fe
ver and ag ie, bilious levers, dys'-ntery.
contest inn of the liver, jaundice, rheuma
tism, and ail dis -ases which are generated
bv infected air, impure watrr, or suuuen
ot'tenincrature may be avert "d by srngth-
ening and regulaing t he system in adynnce
with Host -iter's J utters, -uiumn is al
ways a season of peril, especially to weak.
susceptible organizations. r.en me more
vigorous aro ant to b in some measure
deoress -d bvthe humid atmosphere, load
ed with d-deterious gas"s produced by vege
table d "cav. The fall is a erixi oi me
year when the renovation and regulation
of the living machine is peculiarty itr.ior
tant.andtne Bitt-rs should therefore be
taken daily at this critical season.
Cramj s and pains in the stomach are the
rnsnlt of fmn-Tfect digestion, and maybe
Immediately relieved by a dose of Johnion's
AntxiutLP Lininiont. A teaspoonful in a
little sweetened water is a dose.
Heaw oats an? good for horses; none
will deny that: but oats can't make a
horse's coat look smooth and glossy when
he is out of condit ion. Shervtan's Crtra'ry
VoixiiUion rowdert will do this when allelsa
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
ASIATIC CHOLERA I. CHINA.
Almost Every Ca.se Cared With
.Dear Sirs : During a residence of some
ten years in Slam and China, as a mission
ary, I found your 1'aiu-Iv.iller a most valu
able remedy lor that learlul scourgu, the
In administering the medicine I found it
most etTectual to give a teaspoonfut ol 1'ain
Kitler in a gill ol hot water sweetened with
sugar; then, alter about tiiteen minutes,
begin to give about a tablespoonlul ol the
same mixture every few minutes until re
lief is obtained. Apply hot applications to
the extremities, baloe the stomach with
the Pain-Killer, clear, and rub the limbs
briskly. Of those who had the Cholera.and
took the medicine laithlully. In the way
Stated above, eight out ol tell recovered.
Hev. H. T'elfoko, M issionury iu China.
Dear Sues : During a long residence in
China i have used jour valuable l'ain-Kil-ler,
both in my own family mid among the
Chinese, and have lound it a most excel
lent medicine. In the Summers o: lvij and
lsii.1, while residing in Shanghai. 1 lound
it an almost certain curi lor cholera, ii us
ed in time. Indeed, using it iu u treat
many instances, 1 do not remember failing
in a single ca.se. For three years 1 have
been residing iu this place, more thuu flity
miles from a physician, aud have been
obiigeji olteu to tall upon my o .vn resources
in cases ot sickness. The Chinese come to
us ia great numbers lor medicine and ad
vice, t hough without meUicul knowledge
ourselves, lite lew simple remedies we can
command are so much in advance even of
their ph sieians.that we have almost daily
applicat ions. We allow them to come, be
cause it brings us iu contact with them and
opens a door of usefulness. In diarrhea,
colic, vomiting, cholera, coughs, etc., your
l'ain-Killer lias been my chici medicine.
Yours, very truly,
BKV. T. 1. CUAWFOUI),
Those using Pain-Killer should strictly
observe the following directions :
At the commencement ol the disease,
take a teaspooniul of l'ain-Killer, in sugar
and watt r, and then bailie lrecly across
the stomach and bowels with the l'ain
Killer clear. Should the dirrhea and cramp
continue, repeat the doso every tiitecu min
'utes. In tn is way the dr.-adiul scourge may
be checked and the. patient relicvi-u iu the
course of a lew hours.
N. B. Be sure- and get the genuine article ;
and it is recouuueuued by those who have
used the l'aiu-Killer lor the cholera, that
in ext r-'ine cases the patient take two (or
more) teaspooniuis instead of one.
The PAlX-KIbhKB is sold by all the
lrug!,-:sts and Dealers in Family Medi
cines. B"l'rice, '25 and 50 cents, and $1.
I'i-.ItliV UAVlSiXi SiO.V,
Mauuf's A l'rop's,i;W itigh st.,l'rov.,lt. I.
For the v -ry best photographs, go to Brad
ley Jk Hulof.son's Galery without STAIH-S
Aai vml in tiie LJevittur, 42t Montgomery
-Street, San Francisco, California.
Among th ; n(-w and successful remedies,
none have excited so much wonder as this
great restorer of the vital energies. To Dr.
Jose Zuniga belongs the credit of producing
the reliable extract of the gr -at remedy,
which is now producing, grand and sur
prising results imparting in a wonderful
U -giVe, iresh and youthful vigor to all who
have us-'d it. Ageius, Caas. l..i;igley Co.,
San Francisco. augliief.
1I' I JMWH fl WMMMW 1
M I N CJiLL.l y K () UX.
II. W. RCJSS, Ai. IX,
PHYSICIAN AMD S U ft GEOM,
Pi:it.1I AM'MIiV LOC.VTE1).
Will attend to calls night or day. OlHcaon
Main street, opposite Masouie Hall. Hesi
ilence on the hill, where hi3 will be please
to r-'cive niglit calls.
Oregon City. Or., Sej t. 3. 1S73. oc3m3.
Auction. iStilo !
IWIbl. SELL AT PCBTJC AUTIONT,ON
Saturday, Oct. ISili, 1ST;!, the tollow ing
named articles, for cost : 2 bbts pickled
Krk ; 2 cases coffee ; 1 case tea ; i box corn
starch; if window s.ish and glass, itx If ; 2
force pumps; 00 feet of led pipe; 1 lot of
empty bbls ; molasses, dishes, lamps, bake
pans, boilers, kettles, pots and other arti
too numerous to mi ntion.
SiT.-saie t) take jilac ' Mjr- r's sior-'.
A. C. 1 A I LF. Y.
Fit ii i: s ii
rtMll-: UNI'FHSIONF.I) ANNOCNCKS
JL to the citizens oi eregon ' "i mai ne
has reopened Ins Oyster Saloon and Hcs-
taurant, and can dish out l-'ri sh Oj-slers to
nil orders. CoiTec. lea aaa eiuicolate
alvvavs on hand; also a general assort
ment fr confectionary, uysiers serveu up
in every style iiesireu. uiuis baau
Oregon City, SepL. 20, l5.3-tf.
W. 11. 1I1G11F1ELD.
t:tiillisled kiuco ' lt, ut tUw ol.l stunci.
Main Street, Owgou City, Oregon.
wi?Q An assortment of Wat lies, Jcwel
r7x ry.and S-th Ttiomas' Weight Clocks
a nil ot wnicn arc warranteu io ue us
sVHepairing done on short notic. and
thankful for past patronage.
AGENTS FOE THE ENTERPRISE.
Tiie following persons are authorised to
act as agents lor the Kntkupiuse :
Geo. 1. Howell Co., 40 l'arlt Row, New
Coe. Wetherill A Co.,(3J7 Chestnut street,
Hhiladelphia. ,,,.. .
Abbott & Co., NO.SJ anu a .tusaau wruri,
i'.irilun.I ( ireeon b. Samuel
t Thos. I Joyce
San f rancisco j t i. Kisher
st Helens. Columbia county S. A. Miles
Astoria, Clatsop couniv
bafayette, Vamlull county
Dallas, l'olk county
' . -
A. Van Dusen
....J. H. Smith
.. J.I ..Ferguson
Canyon City.Orant co
W. A. Wells
Hon. John Burnett
W. B. baswell
Mbanv e. . arnolil
Dalles. Wasco county N. II. Oates
t ...i( ;r;i tide. I'nion count y A. '. Craig
Pendleton, -Cmat ilia county S. V. Knox
j... i-b M.Thompson
I K. b. Bristow
. Hon. b. F. Lane
JO. T. Montague
I J. H. Ralston
.Hon. K. D. Foudray
, 11. C. Huston
Beaver Creek. .......
C. F. Beatie
, John Zumwalt
J. W. Strawser
Frank W. Foster
...Capt . 7.. C. Norton
Mil wau kie
.W. H. Vaughan
SOCIETY XO TIC US.
oki:gon lodgl: no. 3, 1. 1. o. i.
Meets every Thursday .u, -.
eveuingat 7'i o'clock, in the ArtAiX'
O.ld lellows' Jlall, Main
street. Members of the Or
der are-invited to attend. Bv order
Ri:ni:ccA mxiRKK lodge no.
3. I. O. O. F., Meets on the efSti
Second and Fourth Tues- lBJjifr
day evenings each inoiith
at 1 L o clock, m the Odd
Fellows' I lall. Membersof the Degree
are invited to attend.
MULTNOMAH LODGK NO. I, A. I.
tfc A. M., Holds its regular com
munications on the First ami
Third Saturdays in each month,
at 7 o'clock from the LUth of S?n.
tetnber to the Llith of March; and 7
o'clock from thu 20th of March to the
2fth of S?ptemlerr Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
. By order of W. M.
FALLS ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,1. O.
O. F., Meets at O ld Fellows
Hall on the First and Third Tues
day of each month. Patriarchs
In ffoxi standing a.r invit-i to attend,
. CHAS. U. CVTJFIELjD,
" -If- . ; . ,
DEALER IN - .
CORXER OF SEVENTH AX1) MAIX STREETS, OREGON CITY.
Uas J ust Received a Xew Stock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings. Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens.
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and Gents'
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Bibbons. Laces and Insertions,
Kinbroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Gooda, Ac.
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SKGES,
Groceries. Crockery, Glassw are. Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamiis, Wicks and Chimney.
JWliIcU hat e bee ele-tel ixltH siecial care for this market and cannot
BE SURPASSED IN QUAUTT OR PIXICK.
THE HIGHEST MARKLT PRICE PAID FOR COL'MUYPRODUCE,
March 13. lS73:tf
HEW STORE! NEW
Have Just opened. In
MIK FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF CLOT II IN CJ AND DRY-GOOD8.
Boots aud Shoes. Hats and Caiis. Gentlemen's Furuishiinr Goods. Iltisprica
i, ... u i ... 1 r... I...... .....1 -.1 i .
iiui... v.uiii.-i;, ua-i uuu aiku, uiiA,Tin-fe uuu i Tovisioiis, anu &
GENERAL ASSUUTMEXT OK. OTII KH GOODS,
Too numerous to describe, which we propose to sell at the Lowest Possible Kates, fur
Jilt. 1 LEVY, being a Practical Jeweler of long experience, we will also deal in
and manufacture and repair Jewelry. We guarantee aittour goods and work, or no pay.
Oivu us a cail aud examine our goods, and save twenty per cent.
Secoud door nortb oft lie Postodce, Main street, Oaefron City.
Dr. J. S. Coleman's Com- fea U t) 3
and balsamic properties inort
It is an invaluable remedy for all dinr :iscs
AViii"ll&naZ vouctJi. xl
This preparation is the result of llr
crties oi the tree in tne c. s. -Msriin
he had unusual facilities fur testing
its uses, it can be rejieu upon as certain to
testimonials of its efficacy can be seen at his
iun IJ 4 If W IttllT.l.li ICXTli AC'' !,'
' - --'' r
ernil, yet harmless, lebriiuge, and is a
t ti..T.t i ,1 t lie in :i l:i ri, in s levers; ot i m r
wil... ... v. . .
tus is a preparation combining all the valuable medical quaitics oi the Fucalvntus.
which is cultivated in nearly every California garden lor its medical utility having lie
come the household remedy for all diseases ol the KILtJVJiy.s liLADDlill 'm.1 V-
seems to have a direct affinity forth
uii..nw unu.i.aanuiimrsurr()Uiiu iil's ami fnr,.c i... i... .
raiacu ui cine n") i.i' "i . i-1. i.' -vj o r. i reaieu wit h it accord
in?; to directions, while the baneful results oi t he usual liuiuin" and
arsenical remedie lor those diseases arc entirely avoid' d.
I-'OU l'HYSICIAN'S, Coleman's Fluid Extract of Eucalyptus iu Mb
bottles, beware o! imitations, and take none but Coleman's. For
"1 Cs. ! 1 fj l' '.T.s s rs f sale evervwliere niwl 1.- II, ..I,... r-.,i..r
" J b ' U i' y fcri C"
L-aw'VjL'-ijla H kl C KJU Oregon.
THOMAS G HARM AN
ESI RES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oreiron Citv and of the Willamette
alley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A 2imlle -Six Vtnce is Better than a Slow
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where 1 purchased one of the
LARGEST APiD BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF aoovs
ever before offered In this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Eoots 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, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods. Fancy Xo-
Rope, Faming tions of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Taper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
ever ofT- rod In this market, and was seleted
with especial care lor the Oregon City trade.
All ot which I now olTer lor sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the' ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods lor
I am JMtennmca io oeii vncwjt anu uvi lo
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 Oreiron City enables me to know the re
quirements ot the trade. Come one and all
and see tor yourselves mat tne oiu siauu oi
cannot be beaten 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
ttiat, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Come, and Scc.and Examine for Yoursdvrs
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object.is to tell all my old friends now
that I am still alive, and desirous to sell
noods cheap, for cash, or unon such terms
as agreed ujxin. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
Ixgal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
inariict rates. 1 1 lUS. CHARMAN .
C7-50.000 lbs wool wanted bv
W. XT-1 851-1,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY,
A N D
Factory Block, :::::: Oregoa City.
tWAg'mcy for the San Juan Lime Co.
Lime sold in quantities to suit, augl-tf.
T OG ISA; ALBRIGHT have Inst re
fLi ceived a fine lot of beef cattle from the
John Day country. 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 or meats.
Orwqon City, May rf.
GOODS! NEW FIRM!
ev 33uilclin, Oregon City.
. , , . . " . -
thnii :inv i.tlir.r I.-,,,,,. - v.i '
,.t tu.' .. ...i .
- sua i, tutjxu j'huuxa ac r. i yarn
!rnClU-.,n? n's , s;I,0rhnc!its with the medicinal prop
t i.Y J . 111 ,Si,n 1 rancisco, in 1&71 and lfc72, wher
, the arious nu t lir.,ic ..i . r. . .'... .
iirillllS lm llwulc ... . . ! . ... '-
jrive the t,r,,. it..,i ....,.' y,'JZ.
nice, -ni., K-arnev sl. i-t k Vr..,.,.i..,
'- v - - -i -t j i o is h now-
special preparation lor the
i nt iri ,i-1-, 1 1 .. ,.
'holesalu DruguIstsrifo'riland. Sole Agents fo
T II E
WILLIAMS & HARDIKC,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
ot Family Groceries to be found in the
city. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce.
Oregon City, March 1:8, 1673.
ifVlFERSAL P; ILL S,
Savier, Laliocque & Co.
Cregcn C ' y.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour.
Middlings, Plan and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing fei a must furnish the sack.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
'I'hE UNDERSIGNED AN-
"ounce to the citizens ot Oreiron V. JJ
City and Clackamas county that they nave
just opened a
Main street, next door north of Shades Sa
loon, where they will keep on hand and lor
sale all goods pertaining to t heir line, at the
lowkst living katks. Esccial attention
given to the repairing of Fine 1 IMF Pikcks.
All goods sold and work done warranted.
GEO. A. HAAS & SON.
Oregon City, Feb. ti. lS7.'5-tf.
SriTlNU AN!) GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Roots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
etc., etc., etc.. etc.
Street, Oregon City.
rroduceof all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price. If you de
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at
I. S E L. I, I A O ' S
and examine his new stock of Springgoods.
Give me a call and convince yourselves.
My motto is,
" QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS."
The highest market price paid for wool. "
Oregon City, March 21, 1873-tf. Q
1,0 OC DEER SKINS
W ANTE D.
l LL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES. FOR
V. which 1 will pay the higl.es market
price in CAfcit 1 ring on your hides and'get
your coin lorthcm.
JOHN SCH RAM,
Saddle and Harness Xiaktr.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, It7-ni3.
BOOT AMD SHOE HOUSE,
Southwest Corner First mid 3knh.cn Sts.
FOR TLA AD, OREGON.
IT ROM THIS DATE 1VE HAVE
. adopted the
CASH BASIS AXD HARD TIMES PRICES.
Come and sec us and there will be mutu
CUSTOMERS AT OUR LOW PRICES
A N D
OURSELVES AT CASH.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
Southwest Corner First and Morrison Sts.,
August 22d, 1878-tf.
LAND FOIl SALE I
3 OA ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE AT
V $1.50 per ocr p.
For particulars Inquire of R. 1RV1N ,
Nly, Cdekam4 onuntey, Oregon.