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OREGON nTY, OREGON, JAN. 16. 1S7
County cocrt proceedings. i
following are proceedings of the Coun
ty Court of Clackamas county for the
January term. Judge Vhitc,pre.siding,
Messrs. Sawlell and Sharp, Commis-
Mpm. Carinichel, Harlow
b ns retorted favorable on the estaii
lisliuieiit of a road leading to Hubbard
station. The Court approved the report
add the road was oioercu wia hiswcu.
Owen Cutting was apiointed sujuT;
THor of road district No. 1H.
The Si'erill" wa-s instructed and auth
orized to refund, to all persons who
bad overpaid their taxes.
n order was issued in favor of John
Giesey fur overpaid taxes in IsTii for
Jiills to the amount of 1 4 1 were or
dered paid, of which o7 was lor the recovery-
and burial of the body of Jtobcrt
Stanrield ; 1 from Justice ( units ;
$l"Ho- for road mattcrs.and tlie balance
for boarding prisuners, paupers, and
other incidental expenses. With the
exception of one from J ustiee Matlock's
Court amounting to S-Il 4", the other
b'Us came from Justice Hums Conrt.
The accounts above given amount to
lolt'7 leaving the other expenses at
tVi'll ut of this amount, the Sher
iff bill for per centage for collecting
fixes was ?3il, the Clerks tees tor
ill'jt) for work on assessment roll.
Thus it will he seen that the incidental
expenses c me down to ?0
A Ckntiiai. Cocncii.. The delegates
from the dilterent (J ranges in Yamhill,
Washington, Clackamas and Multno
mah counties met last Tuesday in Ma
sonic Hall in Kast Portland, for the
counties alove mentioned. Some fifty
delegates were in attendance. After
organizing their Council the following
ollicers were elected for the ensuing
term: President, IMward Forbes, of
Clackamas; Vice President, W. i.
Campbell, of Multnomah; Secretary,
Mr. Tiee, of Clackamas; Treasurer,
Jacob Johnson, of Multnomah. The
b isiness ot the session Iiaving ix.'cn
c included. tlie'Couneil adiourued to
t io second Tuesday of next month
A i i n o v E i- The Kvening News,
up making of the appointment of Col. W
ii. White as Judge of this county, says :
" The appointment of Col. W. li. White
tthe vacant County Judgeship was
quite a surprise to that gentleman and
his many friends. To the manyconir
plimentary notices that li is appoint
ment has called forth, we desire to add
an ex pressioii of our own gratification
at his promotion. From a somewhat
1-jngthy personal acquaintance, involv
ing ample apportunity for a thorough
knowledge of tlie (pialiiieations and
character ot the man, we iin
lv nronouneo tlu app-.nitiii
Mlt of tile
voi'V be.-d, as well as t
Ncddes Death. We arecalled upon
to chronicle t he sudden death of Mrs.
J. T. llan-aker, residing about a mile
north of this city, which oecured on
list Wednesday morning. Mrs. II. had
been in her usual good health up to
tiit time, w hen she was attactcd by an
opilotio tit, an 1 expired almost instant-.
It. Shtf leaves a husband and a large
family of children, to deplore the b ss
of a good wife and a true mother, be
Hide a h-ist ot" warm friends to mourn
h..r s.i,!.'..-n and UJleX ;ecleil death.
She wa-i a true wife, a loving mother j
and a kind n. i!io.r, and will ho re- j
m 'inhered by all who knew her. Peace
b Co her spirit.
Funeral will take place front tlx; Con-g-e'
u i. ina 1 ( 'iiureh at 11 'clock this
To T x 1' . vr.e.s. At the last term of
the oiuity Court, tlie She ill" was in
structed to refund to all persons who
ha l paid tlc.-ir taxes in accordance with
the valuation made by the State Hoard,
nu t whi'-h was afterwards changed to
th original assessment. In accordance
with this order, the Siieritr has posted
notices that he will be at t he precincts
where he had collected the taxes, com
mencing on the liith inst., for the pur
pose of refunding and correeting the
reeeiot of those wlio overpaid. Those
interested will take notice and get their
New M aciiineuy. From the Orego
n'lAU we larn that the proprietors of
the Woolen Mills in this city, in order
to meet the active demands of trade,
found it neeessaay some time ago to add
another set of machinery to the mills.
Orders were forwarded to North Ando
vcr, Massachusetts, for the required
machinery. which were promptly tilled.
Advices were received from the manu
facturers a short time since, containing
the pleasing intelligence that the ma
chinery was shipped for this place. It
is expected to arrive here about the 1st
Finished. Mr. James Athey, who
has been employed the past summer
on reconstructing the Milwaukie Mills,
has returned home, having finished his
job. We learn from him that the mill
is now in tine order, and the old build
ing, as reconstructed, is better than it
has ever been before. Some of the ma
chinery being new, it will take a few
days to get everything to work-properly.
The Standard Mills have a good
reputation, aud wo are informed that
the quality of flour now being turned
out is equal to any heretofore made.
lib. There appears to be considera
ble sickness in our town at present.
Last week Prof. Pope was ohlised to
close his school for .1 couple of days, on
account of sickness. Reuben Smith
has also been confined to his residence
for a week past. Hon. John Myers had
his orporation enclosed within the
peaceful walls of his residence one day
this week, but is all right again. He
evidently didn't get si.-k all over, or he
could not have finished in one day.
llvm Wokk. Mrs. Urayton will
open, in a few days, on Main street,
one door north of Fields A: StricklcrV,
an establishment for dressing ladies'
hair, and the manufacture of all kinds
of hair work, such as watch-chains,
jewelry, switches and other fancy arti
cles. c have seen sonie of Mrs 'llr.v.
tons work and believe it e.pial to anv
thmg ot the kind made anvwhere.
I nose desiring anvthuv
should give her a call.
K.NTKRTAIXM ENT. Vivian, with quite
a trooe, will appear at the Court House
to-morrow evening. Our readers will
rememlier Vivian being hero about a
year ago, and the laughable character
of his entertainment. Those who wit
nessed him then, will not fail to go
again. A crowded honse will be ia at
tendance, no doubt.
Kxtexded. I5y reference to our ad
vertising columns, it will be seen that
the time for introduction of certain
text-books has been extended to the
ist of March. Mr. Myers is prepared
furnish all he advertises at the nitro-
Got It. The handsome wreath which J A man named .Woods, by occupa
was raffled oil' at the postoffice on New J tion a tailor, died at Lis residence in
Years, was won by Jiasicr oeorge ,
Broiv'hton. It is a beautiiui piece ot
work. The proceeds of the wreath ($23)
were donated to Oregon Lodge, No. 3,
I. O. O. F., in aid of exchanging the or-
tran. i ne name oi tne maxer oi uie
wreath is unknown to us.
Gone to Taco.ua. Rev. Mr. Sellwood
left here last Tuesday for Tacoma,
where, in company with the Bishop,
and others of the clergy, it is proosed
to have missionary services. He will
be back next week. Itev. Mr. Nichol
son, of Vancouver, will occupv the
pulpit at St. Paul's Church next" Sun
day. Accident. Last week, while Charles
JIarclay was t-ngagsd in the factory, he
iccidently placed his hand on some
machinery, which caught his little lin
ger, lacerating it so badly that it was
found necessary to amputate it at the
first joint. It is gettiug along very
In Town. Judge Wait.of Mil waukie,
was m town durum the oast week.
Mr. Richard Gerdes, of Eagle Creek,
gave us a call last Tuesday. He rejxirts
everything flourishing in his section.
Personal. Wt had a call from Mr.
II. C. Paige, general agent for Wells,
Fargo A. Co., last Tuesday. We also
received a call from Hon. J. L,. Scoggin,
of Multnomah county.
P ROT It ACTED M EETINGS. The Con
gregational, Baptist and Methodist
Churches, of this city, have been hold
ing protracted meetings during the
On a Visit. Judge W. I,. White
went up the Valley last Friday on a
visit to his many friends in that
He will be home in a day or
Mariuaoe Licenses. lhere were
issued by the County Clerk of this
county during the year just closed, for
ty-six marriage licenses.
IjRTteu Jiisr. Tlie following is a
list of the letters remaining in the
Post-ollice at Oregon City, Jan. 17, ls74
J F Dock, Mrs Elizabeth Cook, Martin
Casey, Charles Clcvrg, Mrs Helen Cot
ter, J N Clark, It M Doolry, T P Knotts,
15 F Linn, A li Lovejoy, Chas Smith,
W II Sanders, Weliiiirton H Treaner
Hraneh Tneher.M iss Masjgie 'A Wilson
I N Woodle.
I f called for, pleasi
Used." J. M
AriMixm en is ok the M. K. Chciich
Sou th Rev. A. Haiuuson, Pasioii:
IJeaver Creek, Marvin Chapel, first
Saturday and Sabbath in each month
Springwater, second Saturday and
Sabbath in each month; Cavaiiaugh
Chapel, third Saturday and Sabbath in
each month: Powell's Valley, fourth
S iturda v and Sabbath in each mouth
St-aiuNKit's i'dh Jaxuahy, T!ip Jan
uary number of Seribner's Monthly
has among its contributors Uret Harte,
Jail Hamilton, Charles Dudley War
ner, John G. Saxe, Col. T. W. Higgin
son, tSeorge Maelionald, James Antho
!iy 1-"roude, John Hay, It. II. Stoddard,
H. H., Frank It. Stockton, Adeline
p-irafioii. lvlward iving, K.-beeca Hard
ing lavis, and Albert Khodcs. Pret
Harte and iail Hamilton -oiitribttte
stories; Harte's being entitled: "A
Mont.' 'Plat's Pastoral;" How Old
Man Plunkett Went Home." (;eorjre
Ma-;Iouald contributes a remarkably
poem suggested by a pieture by Thom
as Moran. entitled the " H i'.mteil
lli!Mi." There are ioems, also, bv
Stod.'ard, Hay, Saxe, J. C II. lorr, H.
11., and a n mu lessauthor. who rh vines
of "The Olden Time." lvlward King,
the writer, and Champney, the artist,
iiive. us (in ihe .Jreat South S.'ries),
J llm ses of Texas, and eseeiall V of
San Antonio. Fromle's sln.lv ,,' the
'Annals of an Knglish Abbey" is com
f.Ieted. Warner prints his "Thoughts
Suggested by Mr. Proudc's Progress."
1 1 iggiusi m's ,'iketch oi 'arn-r is illus
trated by a portrait. Rhodes tells us
about spcoeh-inaking in Ooiigress.
MocKlon irei-iy adapts tor us erne s
story of "A Trip to the. Moon." Miss
Traflon and Mrs. Davis continue their
serials, "Kathcrhie Karl," and "Kartli
In Toplesof the Time Pr. Hf.lland
discusses Church lTnioti, "The Am--i i
ean Restaurant," and " Fiiterature for
the Hoys." I n the Old Cabinet is some
thing about New Year, ('hri.tmas, and
t!i- l'laek-neart Cherry -Tree. In Home!
an l Society maybe found "A Word for
the I'oor," "Furs." :;nd "P.ook Ciubs."
Tlie scientific, critical, and humorous
departments are as full us iimiuI.
St. Nicholas j-ok t. r. This is
the holiday number for Seribner's new
magazine for young people, and it ar
rives loaded, not oiuv Willi its own
store of good tilings for the Christmas
time, but with the best of what had
been promised to the readers of "Our
Young Folks," for the last named mag
azine has been bought bv Seribncr A".
Co. and is now merged in "St. Nicho
las." lut although 'Our Young Folks
disappears from the field of juvenile
literature, the boys and girls will los
nothing, for its best writers will contri
bute to the new magazine.
Hkaiuii ani Homf:. We commend
this beautiful journal to our readers as
oneof the ablest, purest, and most care
fullv edited of all the literary and homo
weeklies. Its stories are not of the sen
sational, trashy character, yet areof ab
sorbing interest, anil will bo read bv
every member of the family with pleas
ure and profit. I ts editorials are aril
timely, independent. The best Ameri
can aiid foreign writers contribute to
its columns; and, take it all in all, it is
as near a perfect Home Paper as is
published in this or any other country
Orange, Judd A Company, Publishers,
no. t limauway, New ioi k.
State Centra Ij Committee. The
Democratic State Central Committee
moots at Portland next Thursday.
We hope that every county in the
State will be represented, and that
the members will perform their duty
in a manner which will give satisfac
tion. A proper commencement, and
an aggressive war, will give its the
State next June by an overwhelming
majority. A wrong step will give it
to the opponents. This is an import
ant crisis. Let I)emocrats be on the
alert from now until next June.
TnntMAx Ke-elected. Senator
Thurman was re-elected on the 13h
inst., by the Ohio Legislature, re
ceiving the entire Democratic vote of
both branches. This is a just tribute
to an honest and faithful Senator.
1 he Radical members voted for Ex
His Whereabouts. An Oregon
paper recently wished to know the
whereabouts of Alex. Blakelv w.
i .. ii-i-,.
sea a letter published in the Idaho
Statesman from him at San Diego ,
lirownsville, on the 2d instant it is
suppu&eu, ironi tue ettects of poison,
administered by his own Land. He
had been on a spree through the holi
days, which so "depressed his wife
that she procured and swallowed poi-
son; but as the fact was discovered '
almost immediately after the act aud
medical assistanceVbtained herrash I
design was frustrated vi, iv- i
ue. i0n va iiustiated. hen oods
l--v1 . i -1 1 . 1 1 1 fV . l ft
ami oeyan 10 reiiect seri
ously on the cause which had driven
his wife to attempt suicide, it is sup-
po.seu ne coueiuuea to relieve her of
all future trouble on his account
and lie has.
Sylvester Greathouse has been
missing Irom bilverton for spvpm!
d-ivs and the rmininn I
U.IJ S , ami tilt, opinion prevails there
mat ne nas ueen murdered. The I
citizens have ottered a reward of
to any person that will recover the
body ot the missing man. He was
last seen on Tuesday, the Gth inst.
Tbtt nccfc.av:a ,-.....4.. r tii I
r r l"uv ui
county, as Shown by the assessment
books, amounts to 1,010,825. The
tax levy is sixteen mills on the dollar.
The tax levied for county purposes
is 12,:30G18; for State, $J ,02154;
lor school, fr,v'--. The total tax
to be raised for 1874 is 20 253 20.
During the year just closed the
Postollice in Portland issued orders,
foreign and domestic, to the number
of 4,411, representing a total valuation
of 1U0,;3.'38 M. Total number of or
ders paid during the same period,
2.221, representing a cash value of
The dwelling house of Mr. Mark
ham, distant about four miles south
of Forest Grove, was burned to the
ground Thursday night of last week.
Mr. Markham was at a partv at the
time his household ellects were con
Parties overland from California
report tho road from Siskiyou to
within a few miles Canyon ville in
better condition than they have been
at anv other time during the year.
Between Canvouville and lloseburg
the roads are muddy but easily trav
By dispatches received on the 13th
ints.. from east of the mountains it is
learned that the snow was fallinc
rapidly at the Cascasdes, Dalle:
Wall u la and Walla Walla. At all
those points it was quite cold, the
thermometer ranging about ol dogs
Tlie La Grande Sentinel savs: Last
Wednesday's coach from the Dalles
brought an interesting cargo of nine
dead Chinamen, securely boxed, en
route to the llowerv Kingdom.
where all Chinamen, dead or alive,
In the matter of the North Satiani
pass over the Cascade Mountains, the
Marion County C ommissioners have
appointed Alonzo Cesner surveyor
and Joli n Mintu. T. P. Jack and
George 1. Downing viewers, to sur
vey and lay out said route.
A mine of cinnabar was recently
discovered jn tlie Coast Mountains
bv Hon. J. Lamso:i, of Willamina.
( hmamen. recently stavteil lor the
diggingson a prospecting tour.
At the r 'sklonee of the bride's father, in
Clackamas count v. on the 7t li inst. by
Mor land, J. 1'., Mr. Joseph W'ingheld anu
Miss Alice Kantsoy.
At her residence, near tliiscity, Jan. 14,
1S71, Kinily, wife of J. T. llunsalo r, aged
o'J years, :i months and 11 days.
San 1'Va.nciseo Market Itepurt.
HAN KitANCiscoATan. 14.
Wheat in Liverpool Average California,
1.1s -VI : Oregon, l'l Udsf.U Is. .".1.
Flour Superliiie jr Wo&i 7-5 ; extra, $7 00.
Wheat oast. iievJ 14.
Barlev Coast feed, $1 :'7;td 30 : bay feed
$1 :is : bay brewing. 51 SSnul o.
Oats Oood supply in market; prices are
f l .;:., l wi.
Wool (-iuiet, rino to choico clear, 1(':;;20.
Portland .Market Itcport.
V.'r.DNF.sn.w, Jan. 15, 1S74.
Gold In New York to-day. Ill
Portland Legal Tender rates, 8'J buying;
J' I S'-lllllg.
Wheat Demand is good attl 80ad 85 V
Oats 15.s,l t bushel, sacked and deliv
1- lour In consequence of the condition
of the wlc-at market, Hour has been ad
vanced to m oorii oo.
Buft'T ihe receipts are large and the
market well stocked with all qualities.
I'rices rang" irom .io.t, cents.
Kggs Market supply full; prices firm
at ;w cents i dozen.
Wool Ihe market continues dull and
quotat ions are furnished at l!fi-25c V lb for
a good art icle.
i;acon l ne supply on nand remains
abundant. Sides are quoted at lOcllcS :
Hams, l;y, 15c, and prime Shoulders at OcS
Oregon City ."larkct Keport,
F'nteki'RIsk Ofkick, Jan. 11" 1S7I,
Legal Tenders, buying, S!: selling !KJ V
County script, '.Hi : City scrip, s.".
The following are t he buying prices for
produce, and tiie selling price lor others :
Wheat-Demand good aud selling at fl or
(?1 10 5 bushel.
Flour 'fxid supply in market, and sell
ing at $ iVti .!.
Middlings An' quoted at $25 per ton;
shorts, fl; and bran H2, wit li full supplies
Oats Supply equal to demand; buyers
are paying ;" 10 cents.
Potatoes No demand, and the mnrket
overstocked, at from i;g:jf cents per bush
el. Onions Quotable at 1M cents per pound.
Kggs Scarce, iVv:' t dozen
Chickens -? J oi:vJ ."c pir dozen.
Butter Scarce, cents for Kood fresh.
Wool 1'or choice lots, cents.
Dried Fruits Full stocks in market;
Apples are bringing ciA cents p.'r pound ;
peacics-II cents; Currants lovlo cents;
Plums 15 cents.
Suirar Crushed, liod5 cents; Island 9rt
10.; ; San Francisco refined, 12,12'i cents.
Tea Best quality $1 pr pound, and oth
er brands ranging from (i;a.7o cents.
Cotr-e P.'-st article 25 cents.
Salt Ranging trom l;iC2H.
Syrup o'J cents i-r gallon; best article
t5 cent s.
P.acon Hams 12il3 cents: Shoulders,
8 cents : sides, 10 cnnts per joiind.
Iird Per ifiind 1'16 cents.
Oil IVvoe's Kerosene jx.-r gaIlon,6"K5;75
cents; Din seed j I 25.
Beef on foot Good fat cattle find ready
sale at li-' cents on foot.
I'ork wo quote at 5(tj cents.
jneCp Few olTering ; quote at $1 00(3,2 50
per head. , ...
Hid"s ireen at from $2i;3, owing to the
size; dry 15 cents per pound.
Time Kteidel to March 1, 1S74.
The time for the purchase of the following
Text-Books, at introductory rates, has been
extended to March 1. 1874, and may be had
from the undersigned :
Barnes' Brief History of the TJ. S $1 00
Clark's Beginner's Grammar 40
Clark's Normal (.'mm mar .0
Monteith's Intrmhiction U Geogmphy
Porffl,.('mit Kdition . 1 v
i Steel's Fourteen w pcks in t-rioo...n.. i "w
' St-fPs Fourteen Wppksin Physiology. 1 no
SSSJ SSEff ?inelAJShSaTZ 1 S
1 Paifl,' rii Fifth Reader 8-3
ftroCc t.'r.iirtwn Weeks in Philosonhy. 1
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIF0P1JIA,
RTT'RTTCT T?V f.iT.TITflDMT
Two Foes of Health.
Cold and damp are inimical to health,
and we generally have an unwholesome
combination of the two at this season.
They penetrate the skin and intesuraent
and affect the muscular, glandular and
ncrvnus organizations, producing: rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, chilis and fever, and where
there is a tendency to dyspepsia or liver
complaint, provoking an attack of indices
tlon or billiousness. The best advice that
can be given under such circumstances is
to keep the external surface of the body
warmly clothed, ana to Keep me lnivrual
organs in vigorous working order with the
most wholesome ana genial oi au ionics,
Hostetter's stomucb Bitters. Gradually
Lut constantly this famous invigorant is
superseding the adulterated liquors ol com
merce, as a meaicinai sumuwui auu cor
rective, in all parts of the country. It will
be a happy day lor humanity, and it will
surely come, when this pure restorative
shall have taken me piace oi raw pirns as
l stimulant in all our public ana private
hospi tals. It is not, however, merely a
narniess substitute for thetiery stimulants
referred to. its stimulating proix rties are
not itschiel merits, alt nougn in uus regaril
it surpasses all the unmedicated products
of the still, domestic or ltniiorted. Ihe
powerful influence it exercises over the tor
pid ana toneless siomacn, me uiaoruerea
liver, the constituted bowels, and the re
laxed nerves, render it a positive specific in
d vsoensia. liver complaint, intestinal con
Utri' - ti ,n. nervous weakness. hyieondria.
rheumatism and sleeplessness. All chronic
complaints are aggravated ly a cold, moist
atmosphere, and itisthereiore paaicularly
necessary lor those who are unacted with
ailments of this nature, whatever their
type may be, to meet this predisposing
cause of sickness wit h a wholesome anti
dote. Ilostetter's Bitters should betaken
daily at this season by all persons laboring
under chronic ailments that tend to weak
en the system.
SCIENTIFIC AND SAFE TREATMENT.
When am.lied with J r. Pierce's Nasal
Douche and accompanied with Dr. Pierce's
tiolden Medical Discovery asconst llutional
treatment. Dr. Cage's Catarrh Kemedy pro
duces periect cures of the worst cases of
Catarrh and u.iena 01 many years sranu-
lng. This thorough course ol medication
constitutes the only scientific, rational, saiC
and successiul manner ot treating tins
odious disease that has ever been one red
to I he alllicted. .So successful has it proven
that the proprietor has olfered a standing
reward ol lor a case, ol Catarru wmcii
he cannot cure.
INDISPUTABLE E VIDKXCJi.
Thos. J. Bishop, of South Brooklyn, N'.Y
writes that his wite had su ire red since a
child with Catarrh until it had resulted in
.vhat eminent ph sicians pronounced Con
sumption: that she has us.-d Dr. bag.
ntarrh Remedy wit h Dr. I'lerce s Uoldeii
.Medical Discovery, and they have worked
tvondi-rs with her case.
STB A LI XG OUR TUUXDER.
People should beware of t hose inijiostcrs
NVho not only try to imitate Dr. 1'ierce
Family Medicines but also copy his origin
al style of advertising by ottering various
si.d rewards for cns.'s of Catarrh and oth
r diseas -s which they cannot cure. Those
.vlio do not possess sutliciciit intelligence
o enable t hem to writ e original advert ise-
nieiits of tii 'ir ov u, but have to steal those
ol others, are not likelv to have made
great and valuable discoveries in medicine
uiulk out lor them.
Tim tragic consequences, of coughs and
colds, when permit led to run un unchecked,
are coiisu in ption, broncii itis, I'leurisy, pneu
monia. A C. I'or -stall lliese lisl ruel i ve dis
orders at t he out set with Hull's Hoitr)! ff
Jm-chuuiitl and Jar, an absolute specitie tor
all tiie ailments whicn produce them
Crittenton's, 70th Avenue. Sold by all
Bike's Toothache Drops cure in 1 minute.
We were nlas -d to see, long sidcc.in one
of exchanges, some pretty s.-vi-re remarks
.nldr.'sscd to several persons who, during
an interesting lecture oy ltev. John S. C
Abbott, kej.l a continuous couching, which
prevented many Irom hearing. 1'eoplc
.vho cannot retrain Irom cou-ihing, had
Letter stay away Irom such places, or els.
ake a bottle of Juhnxtjii's Anrnlyne Liniment
kVit ti you.
Tho importance of giving Striirian'x Cav
alry wuuiittion 1'uirarrx to horses that have
been out in the cold rain, stood in cold
wind, or d rank too much cold water, can
not be over estimated ; no man should be
without them who owns a good horse.
CZ7 iov. Tlios. K. Branilette.of Louis
ville. Kv., has triven three vears to the
onil.iiiur tip of a lullie Li!rarv in
Louisville, which he intends shall le
tlie best in the count rv. lie is loin x it
lv a scries ot (ilt oneerls, the pro.'ils
ot wiiH-h iro to the biiiarv. the tinr.i
drawini distriliutol $ik,(M0. and the
tourth, which has just leen postponed
lo Al li en .U.St, (list rs botes ?1,.mM.IXKI.
Jo-. Uramlcttc has almost doubled the
udnessof tlie Louisville I'ost-oilh-e
Kigiiteen clerks aVc kcnt busy twelve
noiirs each lav sciidiur tl" circulars in
answer to in quiries lor tickets.
For t he very best photographs, go to P.rad-
ley t Uulofsnr.s Gal. ry without STAIKS-
Vi'-id ii Klerutor, Montgomery
street, San Francisco, California.
FOil OVEit Till 1ST Y YE.VKS
Porry Diius' Vrgrt;iblL' Puiii-Kill.T
J Tan liecn Testa t in livery Variety of Cli-
7tfite, and 0y Almost Every Nation
JCntncn to American.
It is the const ract companion and esti
mable iri.-nd ot the missionary ana tlie
traveler, on sea and land, and no one
should travel on our Iikes or rivers with
It has been before the public oner thirty
years, and probably has a wider and better
reputation than anv othe proprietary med
icine of the y re sent dav. At this periml
there are l(llt lew unaciuaintetl with the
merits ot'the l'ain-Killer: but while some
extrol it as a liniment, they know but little
ot its power in casing pain when taken in
ternally, while others use it externally
with great success, but are equally ignorant
oi neaiing virtues wnen appueu extern
ally. We then-tore wish to say to all that
it is equally successful whether used inter
nally or externally, and it stands to-day,
unrivalled bv all the great, catalogue of
lamily medicines. It is sullicient evidence
ot Us virtues as a standard medicine, to
know that it is now used in all parts ol the
worm anu that its sale is constantly in
creasing. No curative agent has had such
widespread sale or given such universal
sat islact ion. It is a pnrelv vegetable com
pound, and perfectly safe in unskillful
After thirty years, trial, is still receiving
tli- most, uiciiialili -d testimonials to its
virtues, from persons of the highest char
acter and responsibility. Physicians of t he
tirst respeetability.recommend it as a most
etr-ctual preparation tor the extinction ot
pain. It is not only the best, remedy ever
known for Uruises, Cuts, Hums, etc., but
for Dvsenterv or 'holera or anv sort of
bowl complaint, it is a remedy unsurpass
ed for efficiency and rapidity of action. In
the great cities of India, and other hot cli
mates, it has .become th) .Standard .Medi
cine for all such complaints, as well as for
lor Dvsrwpsia. layer' omplaints.and other
kindred disorders. For Coughs and Colds,
Canker. Asthma, and Rheumatic difficul
ties, it has been proved by the most abun
dant and convincing testimony to be an in
Rcicare of all. Imitations.
The Pain-Killer is sold by all r. spectible
druggists thr.aighout the United States and
I'rice i" cents, o0 cents and f 1 per bottle.
PKitKl OA VI V lron.
Xo. Wo High street. Providence, R.I.
0N"K TsTICtIIT ONLY!
Court House, Oregon City.
.Saturday Evrning, Juniiarj' 17, 1S74.
An Cvenlnr of Snii"-, Music aud Mirth
VI VI AX,
The Charming Soparno ;
M IDAJIE ML'SK,
The Brillian Pianist.
VIVLVN in his celebrated sketches and
ADMISSION', CNE DOLLAR.
Doors open at"'4. To commence at 8 o'clock
A. F. BAILEY, Business Manager.
T. THOMPSON, Advance Agfnt.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Relief for Young Men from the
effects of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books and
circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes.
Address. IlOWAKI ASSOCIATION, No. i
South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa., an In
stitution having a high reputation for hon
orable conduct and professional skill,
POSTP OEXCIT !
ttli Oi-ancl Gril Concert
TOR TUE BENEFIT OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OP KENTUCKY.
OVER A MILLIU.N IN LANK ! !
A FULL. DRAWIXG CZRTAIX
On Tuesday, ait Day of.Marcli, Next.
In order to meet the general wish and
exix-ctation of the public and the ticket-
noiuers, lor tne lull payment ot the mag
nificent guts, announced for the hourth
Grand (bit Concert of the Public Library of
Kentucky, the management have deter
mined to postpone the Concert and Draw
Tuesday, tlie 31t of March, 174.
They have already realized
0VEU A MILLION DOLLARS,
and have a great many agents yet to hear
irom. -No duut is entertained of the sale
of every ticket before the drawing, but
whether all are sold or not the Concert and
drawing will liositively and uneouivocally
taKC place on tue day now tixcd.and if anv
remain unsoiu tney win ne cancelled and
the prizes will be reduced in prodortion to
inc unsoiu iickcis
Only iJ,000 tickets have been issued and
will distributed among the ticket-holders.
The tickets are printed in coupons, of
tenths, and all iractional parts will be rep
resented In the drawing just as wnoie tick
LIST OF CUTS:
One Grand Cash Gift $250,000
One Grand Cash Gilt 100,000
One Grand Cash Ght 50,000
One Grand Cash Gilt 25,oao
One Grand Cash Gilt 17,foe
10 Cash gifts, 10,000 each, lon.ooo
tto Cash gitts,
50 Cash gitfs,
8.1 Cash gitts,
100 Cash gitts,
Fk) Cash gitts,
a50 Cash gilts,
oi" Cash gilts,
5,000 each, lfo,iKo
1,000 each, oO.lHM
iiOO each, 40,'RK)
4t0 each, -lO.utNl
300 each, 4 "1,000
200 each, fo,(k0
100 each, ;fc.5t0
50 each, 550,000
11,1X10 Cash gifts,
Total, r,000gifts,all cash JI.wW.OOU
The chances for a prize are as one to five.
PHlt'E OF TICKETS :
Whole tikets, 550; Halves. Si5; Tenths,
or each coupn, ; Eleven wnoie iiei.ei iui
'Mi --!U wnoie tickets for Jl.ooo ; Uj wliole
tickets lor $5,000 ; JrSl whole tickets for $10,
OiKi. No discount on less than $500 worth of
'Ihe Fc Mirth Oift Concert will be conduct
ed, in all respects, like the three which
have alrea.ly been given, anu lull particu
lars may be learned Irom circulars which
will be sent fr.-e irom this ollice to all who
apply for them.
Orders for tickets and applications for
agencies will be attend il to in the order
they are received, and it is hoied they will
be sent In promptly that there may be no
disappointment or delay in lilting all
Liberal terms given to those wh buy to sell
again. All agents are j.reremitonly re
quired to settle up their accounts and re
turn all unsold tickets by Ihe 20thdayof
THO. K. BKAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky, and
Manoger Jift Concert, I'ublic Library
P.uilding, Louisville, Ky. jan'Jwl.
SELLiMG OFF AT COST!
FOJ? OO DAYS!
Strictly For Cash, Only !
Our Iaatire Jloelt oi
C'lothlntr, Dry Good, ISooIm ntnl Klioes,
Hut, Kui-uiKlii 11 jf Gixiilt, Jew
elry uuil Fancy Gooiln,
T5X7-I-: INTKX1) IIKREAFTEH TO DO A
V T st-ictiy
And will be enabled to give everybody sat
isfaction, compared with prices elsewhere.
Give us a call and examine tor yourselves.
Oregon City, Jan. 1st, ltui. -
Watches iincl .Towoli'y.
i.ens of Oregon City and
lackamas County that
tl.e have just opened a
Jewelry Establishment in
OilKGOX CITY, I
Oil EG OX,
Main street, next door north of Shades Sa
loon, where t hey will keep on hand and
for sale, all goods pertaining to their line,
AT THE LO WEST LIVING RATES.
Especial attention given to the repairing
Of Kin Tii Pieces.
All goods sold, and work done warranted-
GEO. A. HAAS A SON.
Oregon City, Jan. 1st, ISTt.
LI! PERSONS ARE HERERY NOTI-
tied not to trust or harbor my wile.
Is it a- IS. Larkins, on my account as I will
not be responsible tor any debts contracted
by her, Irom and after this date.
J J. M. LARKINS.
Clackamas County, Dec. 12, 1ST3. w4
r ILL LEAVE FLANDERS WIlAKr,
Port land, at t o'clock.A. M., as loiiow.s :
For Corrallis mill InU'ruiftiiate Points :
Monday, Wednesday mid Friday.
For Albany and Intermediate points :
Monday, Tuesday Wed nexda y, Thu r
day and Friday.
For Dayton, La Fayette and Miiinviile:
Saturday and Monday.
Passage to Corvallis $2 00
Passage o Albany 151
Passu'! to Salem 1 tyj
I'assage to McMinn ville 1 00
H. GOLDSMITH, President.
December lJth, 187J. tf.
F 11 It E S II
rfIIE UN DER.SK i NED ANNOUNCES
X to the citizens of Oregon City that he
has reoiened his Oyster Saloon and Res-
taurant. and can dish out FYesh Oysters to
nil orders. CofTee, Tea and Chocolate
always on hand; also a general assort
ment of confectionary. Ovsters served up
in every style desired. LOUIS SAAL.
Oregon Oity, Sept. 26, 1873-tf.
AV. II. 1IIGIIFIELD.
Established since 49, at the old stand.
.Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon.
5? An assortment of Wathes, Jcwel
7Yh ry.and Seth Thomas' Weight Clocks
eVrT.-a a11 oi which are warranted to be as
KRepairing done on short notloe, and
Insnkful for pat patronae.
CHAS. H. O.TJFIElSl,
CORKER OF SEYEXTH AXD
lias J ust Received
Calicoes, Dress Goods, Brown and Bleached Sheetings,
House Lining, Shirtings, Table-Linen, Irish Bosom Linens,
Linen Towelling, Table-Cloths, Corsets, Ladies' and GnU
Hose, Thread, Cambrics, Buttons, Ribbons, Laces and Insertions.
Embroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods. A
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' AND CHILDERN'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks and Chimny
Which, have bee selected -with apeciul care for this market and cnmt
BE SVIIFASSEI IX QUALITY Oil PRICE.
Til LI HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
March 13. lS73:tf
TO THE CITIZENS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY:
GREAT REDTJCTIOX IN
XA-Z V V BROTHERS,
OWING TO TIIE FAILING HEALTH OF A. LEVY. IT IS OUR PURPOSE TO OFFSK
our entire Stock of Goods at Ureatly Reduced lrice, in order to close out our
FALL STOCK! 0
Second door nortlk of tho Postofllce, Main street, Oregon City.
: m n Ha
No better evidence of the eftl
cicucy of Ir. J. s. Coleman's
1 ominmnd Extract ot Eucalyptus
can be desired, than the following
summary of cases, treated with
this remedy alone, bv that emi
nent physician. Dr. David YVoos-
ter.in the U. S. Marine Hospital, San Fran-
"ri . t i t august o. (1S72) Fa
v..... -itu. ouui. -iiJiusct 1 t'ur-
..... Trcutett t
ivt-iiiiLLtriiL r ever... 5
Chills and Fever !""l9
Typhoid Fever .7.7". y
iniiamaiion 01 Kidneys 4
Incontinence of Urine....
Inllamation of liladder.
Disease of the Heart
t r or sale
'l 1; Hi - A I
THOMAS CHAR FA AH
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business 011 the old motto, that
A Nimble Six lnee is Better than a Slow
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
when; 1 purchased one 01 tne
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF 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,
Taints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming Hons or Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Faper, etc.,
Of tho above list, I can say my stock is the
ever offered in this market, and was seleted
with especial care for the Oregon City trade.
All of which I now offer for sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladles, or any one else, to
thinkof going to l'ortland to buy goods for
I am Determined to Sell Cheaj and not to
ullow niyscli to bo
UNDERSOLD IN TIIE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask Is a fair chance and quick-payments,
believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
In Oregon City enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand of
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
g.KKls, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wisli to say is
Come, and Scr.nnil Examine for Yourselves
for I do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old friends now
that lam still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City,
Legal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. THOS. CHARMAN.
750,OOO lbs wool wanted bv
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
Saddles, IJarnes, .
WHICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
7-l warrant my goods as rprenti..
Or-o-n City, April 17. 1972-tf.
MAIX STREETS, OREGON CITY.
a New Stock of
PAID FOR COUNTRY
Completely corrolnirative of th
summary of Dr. Wooster, arc tho
reports of the exi-eriments with
Eucalyf tus by Dr. Lorrimer.of Iler
iin, I'russia, and Dr. Keeler, Chief 0
Fhysician of the Austrian Railway
Co., published in the American
Medical Journal, July, 1872.
It will be found very efficacious in obsti
nate cases of DysjK-psia, Bronchitis.Hack
ing Cough, Chronic Sore Throat, Leucor
rhea, etc., and in nausea during pregnan
cy. r. loloman'i Double Eitrart ot
Kitcayptv is h siecial preparation for
the treatment of Fever and Aujfue, and
is Warranted to Cure everv case treated
according to directions, without the injur-
01 ine usual quinine anu ar-
f!f,mcu-i TPnr.di for that disease. Also
E, 1 m?,.El,ract of Eucalyptus, Inont
w ,ules- r bysicians' use. Rewar
of imitations andtake none but Coleman's.
everywhere anil in- r-i
..rti w.. i- harlcs Langley
Agent San Irauciscc J
"W. 1 I S I T
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY.
A X D
SEED STOKE !
Factory Block, Oregon City
ir Agency for the San Juan Lime C.
Lime sold in quantities to suit, augl-tf.
GFALL AND WINTER GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED AT
. , DEALER IX
Roots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
etc., etc., etc., etc
iUnJn Street, Oregon City
Produce of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price. If you de
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at
and examine h is new stock of Spring goods. .
Give mc a call and convince yourselves.
My motto is,
" QUICK SATLK.S ASD SMAiJ, PROFITS."
The highest market price paid for wol.
r. . I. SELLIXU.
Oregon City, Oct. 31, 18T3-tf.
1,000 DEER SKINS
AND ALSO, O
4 LL OTHER KINDS OF n IDES. FOR
.V which I will pay the highes market
price in cash Frinir on your hides ud e-et
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11. lS73-in3.
Tliircl and Last Call.
1 LL PERSONS KNOWING THEM
lX selves indebted to the 11 nii'rcitrno
must, make immediate payment. I want
all my accounts settled up to the close of
the year. 1 mmn business. thn,tn
whom this applies, will take nntin nrf
govern themselves accordingly.
Oregon City, Jan. 1st, 174. o
STILL IN TIIE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS &. HARDING,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of 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.
urcgon city, .March iS7a.
J0HX 31. BACON,
mam f I
IMPORTER AND DEALER
In Looks, Stationery, I'crlum
ery, etc., etc.
Oregon City, Oregon.
B7"At Charman fc Warner's old stand
lately occupied by S. Ackeman, Main st.
SOCIETY XO TICES.
OREGON LODGE NO. 3, I. I. O. F.,
Meets everv Thursday xt-
evciungai- o ciock, hi c- rj
. . - - .... . . r 1 . . S.
Odd Fellows' Hall. Mam
street. Members of the Or
der are invited to attend. By order
UEIIi:CCA DEGREE LODGE NO.
3, I. O. O. F., Meets on the
' ........ ' n
dav eveninps each month, Q
at "7 o'clock, in the Odd
Fellows' Hall. Membersof the Degre
are invited to attend.
MULTNOMAH LODGE NO. 1, A.F.
. . r Tr.l.l.. -4 1
munications on tno rirst ana
Third Saturdays In each month.
tember to the 20th of March: ana 7H
o'clock from the 20th of March to the
20th of September. Brethren In good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of W. M.
FALLS EN CAMPMENT NO. 4,1. 6.
O. F., Meets at OdT Felloes' r rv
Hall on the First and Third Tries
day of each month. Patriarch V
in jrood standing are invitl o ,