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OREGON CITY, OREGON, JAN. 30,
CoMlNO. Mr.E.D. Kelly of thi? city,
ha received informal ion fdrin his
father, that himnelf and wife have left
their old home and are now on their
way to Oreplv, to take up their future
residence. Mr. Kelly was very highly
eateomed where he has resided for
n'mnv vi-nrs. as mav ho judged from
the following item which wocopy from I
the Fenton (Michigan) Jazette : "Mr. I
Crrles Ktllv aim wiie leit remon
v -sterdav iimming for Denvor, Colora
do Terrii'orv. Mr. K. has been an old
littler of Fenton, having resided in this
?! ,i Kinee Oetolwr. 14. Keally
one of the earl v pioneers ot tins section,
he has locii an active j.ai tic ipant polit
l"allv and otherwise in every move
ment that lias tended toward the devel
opment and improvment of this sec
ti m alwavs taking a livclv interest in
the rapid advancement and progress of
VlichiL'an. and serving in lii.my jo.si
ii n of Vesi-onsiWility ; actm- lor a
niimlier of vears as Justice ot the
I"aee, and in other offieuil and respon
til le position, always dis'li:,,-,,,- the
trusts reined in him to the general
HatWutiou of all concerned. He leaves
in my warm personal friemls outside
of the organizations hv winch he is held
In distinguished consideration, who in
view of his removal, have presented
him with valued testimonials of their
regard, which he takes with him to the
land of promise the Jordan of the
West as treasured momentocs ot tlic
r-ast. ' We shall miss him in this com
munity. Mav the 'winds le temored
L t. tue.ii as the lamp of lite tljckcn, an
they pass down the grade."
Wants Information. Postmaster
K.icon received the following letter last
Saturday, and as he has no information
concerning the "orsou or persons,
handed it over to in. We puUish the
itnY vort.:itiim as it is written, and if
It falls under the notice of those inter
eated in its contents, we hope they -will
speedily answer it. Here it is:
Jan. 11th, 174
Tostkmastrii-sir : v in you be so
kind a.s to inquire it there is any per
son or pesons livemg around in mat
vicinity, it" so will you he so kind as to
leete me know, please give me these
names if you can
for I h.tve connection in that vieiuity
and have not heard from Uiein for i;
his name was Shelton Long hut he is
dead he had A family hut I dont know
C there names picas Anscer ly return
"'male and oblige voure
inckeen Clark Co Illinois
Disabled. The steamer Fannie I'at
ton had a hole punched into her last
Monday by running against a sung
above (.'liainj o -g. Toe accident was
not discovered until the boat was in a
ninking condition. The Cov. fJrover
Mine along and ai led her in removing
the freight, and by an energetic use of
the pumps, she was kept from sinking.
The- Davton came on up and took on
the. f.eight, when the hole was found
and temporrarilly repaired to en il.le
her to come down to this city. The
dam ig- was verv slight, and she was
repaired the same day and made
her regular trip up tae 'iv'Lr next
Lettkk List. The following is a
list of the Letters remaining in the
Poft-olVu e at Oregon City, Jan. "1, 174 :
Jme A Karlow, Wiiitiiel 1 t'uiidifT,
John 15 Chitwood. Misses V. Cassidy,
Martin t'4is-y, Mrs Imisa Kuuirir.iui.
Tttrick Kelly. S.nrah II I,ew:ill.-n. Cha
K Maris, llonry Nans, John Ji U .mane,
lleurv K.-eso, Mrs Kmely Trainer.
If c-.dled for. nleasesav when "a-lver
Exhibition, On the 23d day of next
month the Oregon City Turn Verein
i will give a grand exhibition at the hall
in this city. Several members of the
Portland Turn Verein will assist in
making the a Hair complete.
Marsh field Store. We printed a
lot of posters for Messru. Mill fc Phil
lips, of Marahfield, which announce
the fact that they keep a good supply
of everything the people need, and sell
at low rates.
Taxes to be Paid. County Treasur
er lieatio goes to Salem to-day to pay
over the State tax to the Treasurer.
The amount of this county's tax, includ
ing poll tax, is near 11, inn).
Riveu Up. The river is at a very
high stage at this time. We have had
considerable rain the present week.
The weather has been warm and pleas
Social Paiut.. Mrs. J. F. Miller
g ive a reception party at her residence
last 1 uesday evening.which was large
ly attended and the company had a
very pleasant tune.
Mr. Wm. Moreland, of Needy, was
in town yesterday. He looks hail and
hearty, and ret torts all ouiet in his sec
Closed. The second quarter of the
present school year at the Oregon City
Seminary el ..s -tl last Friday.
The Hoard of Delegates of the Oregon
,'ity Fin; Department meets next Wed
Regular monthly meeting of the City
Council next Monday evening.
Count v Court meets next Monday.
MrsT Cct Down t.l; Taiuff. An
exchange ha the following sensible
remarks of the increase of taxation.
It says: "The people should re
member that, under no possible, rev
enue exigency of the United States is
it necessary to impose a tax upon tea
or eoilee, or a l additional one upon
whisky and tobacco. If we must
have more money under the tarilf,all
that is necessary to raise it is to re
duce the tariff on iron, cotton, and
woolen manufatures about one-half.
That would increase four-fold the
revenue upon these articles, which
are now, on account of a protective
duty, hardly imported. We would
not only raise a great deal more for
the Government, but we would es
cape the imposition of immense taxes
for the benefit simply, of the domes
tic manufacturers. In both events
it would be a great saving. To raise
more money the Government must
cut down the tarilT and not increase
Bomb op . the Chajiges. Th
"Washington correspondent of the
New York Sun, makes the following
damaging charges against Geo. H.
Williams, which may- account to
some extent for the withdrawal of
It is established by vouchers in
the Department of Justice that on
January 27, 1S72, Attorney General
Williams took fcl,tUU from the con
tingent fund of the department to
pay for a landauletfor his wife; and
mat on July 'SJ, irs, ne took 750
to pay for a pair of carriage horses
to draw this landaulet. In July,
also, he purchased a pair of stitched
pole straps, a gold slip buckle, and
a new silk lining for the landaulet,
and had it varnished and put other
expenses upon it amounting in all
to $211.13. In November and in
December the same carriage was re
paired again at the cost of the De
partment of Justice, out of whose
contingent fund SfSOO was taken for
these repairs. It is also alleged that
the same Attorney General has
bought with $500 from the money of
the contingent fund, but for his pri
vate house, one sidewall glass and
one base table with white marble top.
Moreover, George Wilkenson is car
ried on the rolls of the Department
as a temporary clerk at 670 per
month, and Charles W. Lee as a mes
senger at $C() per month, both of
them being domestic servants of the
Attorney General, and performing
no service whatever for the Depart
ment of Justice by which they- are
An agreed case was lately made up,
E. Semple, State Printer, vs. Lt. F.
Grover Governor of Oregon, in the
nature of a mandamus, by which K
Semple, as State Printer, claimed
the printing of the newly codified
laws of Oregon, despite the terms of
the act of last session, which provi
ded that the Governor should adver
tise for bids to do the work, and let
the contract to the lowest reponsible
bidder. Semple claims that the law
prescribes that all public printing
shall be done at the State Capital, and
that, as a consequence, so much of
the law providing for the recodifica
tion of the laws as relates to letting
by contract is void. Judge lionham
to whom the case was submitted, de
cided at Chambers on the 2tth inst.,
that the plaintiff is lawfully entitled
to the possession of the manuserip
ted (or authenticated copy thereof)
of such compiled laws, for the pur
pose of printing the same as required
by the Constitution of this State.
The ? stem- being put urde?the Influence
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
lor a few weeks, the skin becomes smooth,
clear, soft, and velvety, and being illumin
ated with the glow of perfect health irom
within, true beauty stands forth in all Kg
glory. Nothing ever presented to the pub
lic as a beautitier ot the complexion ever
gave such ssuiaetioii lor this purpose as
this Discovery. The effects oi all medi
cines which operate upon the system
through the medium of the blood are nec
essarily xomewhat slo-, no matter how
good the remedy employed. W hile one to
three bottles clear the skiu ol pimples,
blotches, eruptions, yellow spots, .come
dones, or ,'jcrubs," a doen may possibly be
rruired to cure some cases where the syr
t hi is rotten with scrofulous or virulent
bl od p usont. Tae cure oi an ni; ui
ases, uowever. irom the common pimple
to t le worst scrotula is, with the use oi this
most potent agent, ouly a matter ol time.
JSold by all Druggists.
CO VKRliD WITH KRVPTIOXS, CURED
t'LAVEit.iCK, Columbia Co., N. W
DR. It. V. 1'lEltCE. Buffalo. N. . :
r ...,- v.v i am sixtv vears ol age, and
have been atnicted with Salt liheum in the
wost lorin tor a great many years, until,
if-.-iM. nt iv. t saw one of your books, which
described my vase exactly. I bought your
;i. i.-.u Mf-.iic:il Discovery and Uk& two
iu.tii..c n hnlf unii was entirely cured,
I'rnm mv shoulders to my hands I was en-
i with rii i i ions, also on th
face "and bidy. I was likew.se afflicted with
itiieuinaLisui. so that I wauieu ilu grv-iic
1 1 riini it.v ml t hr. is entirety cured. .May
i'itul snare von a lomr liie to remain a bless
ing to mankind. it h untoiu graiuuue,
Mks. A. W. W illiams.
Have you Inflammatory sor i throat, stiff
joints, or lameness irom any cause wnai
ever! Have you rheumatic or other pains
in any part ol the body? ll so, use Johnson's
Aiuxtyae Liniment, externally and intern
ally. Man v ixrsons sutfer with sick headache
and nervous headache, usually indue -d by
costiveiit-ss, indigestion, tc. Such persons
wilt find relief il not cure, by keeping the
b:wi-U open with small doses of I'unun s
s spite of flannels, coughs and colds will
make a lodgnn-nt in the system. t-.ut they
iire not tenants at will. You can disposses
them with J lute's Honey of llorchouiul uul
Tar, in less time than it takes a sh- riir to
execute a writ. C'ritt.enton's, 7 Oth Avenue.
.Sold by all Druggists.
like"s Toothache Drops cure in 1 ininutu
FAMILY MEDICINE OF THE AGE.
Taken Internally, lt Cures
nyntrj-, Cholera, Diarrhea
ltip una 1'ulu iu the Siouiuch,
llowvl Cuuililjtiiit. l t.r.1 t I i f.
Uvr Cutnpluiut ; Uyueiiv, IuUIitk-
, kure TUrom, SuUdva tulut,
C'OUM, tWc, Vc.
IstJ Externally, It Cures
Boils, Jtlons, Cuts, Bruises, Burns. Scalds,
uu &ores, sprains. Toothache, Iran
intiu: Uee, J'eurutjii, Hhewnaiism,
frosted Feet, Vc., a., Ac'
after a. thorough trial by innumerable liv
ing witnesses, lias proved itsell 'llltt Jit-
ulu.Ntut' lilt. AUK. It is an Internal
and external remedy. One positive proof
oi us erucacy is. that its sales have con
stantly increased, and wholly upon its own
merits, the etrect oi the
upon the patient when taken internally.in
case ot Cold. Couuh. Bowel Coin plaint.
cholera, Dysentery, aud other atllictious of
the system, has been truly wouuerlul, and
has won lor it a name among medical pre
parations that can never be lorgotten. Its
success in removing pain, as an external
remedy, in case ot tiuriis. Bruises. Sores.
Sprains, Cuts, Stints of Insects, and other
causes ot sutrermir. has secured lor it such
testimony, as an uiiallible remedy, that it
will be handed down to posterity as one of
the j;reatesi medical discoveries oi the
derives much of its lopularity from the
simplicity attending its use, which gives it
a peculiar value in a family. The various
diseases which may be reached by it, and
in their incipient stages eradicated, are
ainonir those which are peculiarly latal if
suifered to run ; but the curative magic of
t his preparation at one? disarms them of
t heir terrors. 1 n all respect it lulnlls the
conditions of a imiL;ir medicine.
Be sure you call for a" d get. the genuine
Pain-Killer, as manv worthless nostrums
are attempted to b. sold on the great repu
tation ot this vaiuauie medicine.
irl)irwii(iiis (K-wminany each bottle.
Price 25 cents. 50 cents and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
MX R C II A. NDISH.
ALCTIIOJS JlXD VOAtMlSiilOK.
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is sun on nana anauoing
business on the old motto, that
A XimUe Six rence ts Better than a blot:
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Cornier ot Front ii Oalt s.,-Prlmd
Estate, Groceries, General Mer
chandite and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Sahirdax
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Time Kxteixletl to Murth 1,
The time for the purchase of the following
Text-Books, at introductory rates, has been
extended to March 1, JS74, and may be had
from the under-signed:
Barnes' Brief History of the lT. S $1 00
Clark's Beginner's Grammar 40
Clark's Normal Grammar 70
Monteith's Introduction to Geography
Pacific Coast Edition 1 V
Steel's Fourteen Weeks in Philosophy. 1 00
Steel's Fourteen Weeks in Physiology. 1 0
Wood's Botanist and Florist 1 70
Brooks' Normal Mental Arithmatic :!
Pacific oast Fifth Read-r S-l
S T Ji2I2
I have lust returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
LAS Q EST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
ever before offered in this city ; and consists
in 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 No-
Rope, Faming tions of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth. Wall Paper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
MOST C O M P L K T E
English Reflncd Be? a Bandle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Rasps,
Saws, Screw s.Fry-Pansi
Sheet Iron. It.
A large assortment of Groceries and Llo
Jan. 1. 1373-tf.
21 A y UFA CTOR IBS.
Savier, LaRocque & Co
Kt constanflv on hand for sale FloUr
Middlings. Blan and Chicken Feed. Partis
purchasing feed must luruish the sack.
WACOM AND CARRIAGE
32. A U FACTORY I
mnE fNDF.R SIGNED,
I IvaVing increased the di
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Coruvr or Main mid Third ttret.
Oregon City, 0fegon,o
J. M. V.Atv. V. M.
A ri-oiNTM f.n rs . H--T1I K M . I '- H' U H
Soctii Hkv. A. 1Iaui!-v. Pask.u:
r.ttavcr (.'reck, Marvin Chanel, first
KAturday an-l S ihbath in each month:
Springwater, seeoml S:itur.lay ami
SAhhath in ea h nu nth ; Cavanaujjh
Chapel, thi-d Sat ur. lay an-l Sal .bath in
each unnth: Powell's Valh-v. r-nvth
Katurdav ami Sabbath in each month.
Von Sai.k. vVc will sell either a 1- i
renee or (trover Baker Sewing Ma
chine at S.m l'rancisco nrici-s. In order
that those who doire a machine, and
are not able to pay the entire amount
mav bo accommodated, we will sell
them n the insta'.m.-n plan, payable
ao tun ! per in
ntii until paid lor.
Nkw I'.vi'EU.-The Evening News
havm tliat 1T. H. 1 1 it ' K-wp. will slioit-lv'r.-tniie
the jirbli. '.'iioftlii! Van
couver paper. Mr. I', has had consid
erable experience in the n-wspaper
line, i an able and ready writer, and
knows how to get up a K d paper.
Wo wish him .hik ccss.
It May Come. A Washington dis
patch of the il'2d gives us reason to
hone that the whole rascality in the
Louisiana affair may yet come to
light, from the fact that the thieves
are about to fall out au-ong them
selves. The disnatch savs :
"It is reported that Senator Mor
ton's action in reference to Pinch -eek's
seat in the Senate was based
upon a eot.fession of Pinchbeck him-
.-elf of questionable practices insur
ing his election ly the Louis
iana L 'gislature. Damaging reports
about the election having readied
Morton, he sent for Pinchbeck, who
made a clean breast, whereupon Mor
ton abandoned the policy of seatinv
Pinchbeck on a prim x facie case, an
asked that the matter be carried to
the Committee, on Privileges am
Elections to investigate the conduct
of Pinchbeck. The. latter is said to
be very angry at his treatment, and
threatens damaging disclosures re
garding the operations of Louisiana
politicians. The reason of his courst
is said to be his exclusion from the
henelits and pri i it-ring.
Wiii:x you hear a man say that
this or that person has a clique which
must be broken up, and the person
is a candidate for position, you can
safely calculate that that man wants
a clique organized to foit him into
olEce, and also that he is not the
most popular man in the community.
Vacated. The Palical official of
Texas, who attempted to hold their
mices against 45,000 majority ,hoping
to get aid in their usurpation from
Grant, as Kellogg of Louisiana did,
have given up their positions and
Governor Cooke and the rest of the
Democratic State officers have been
inaugurated, and peace and quiet
reigns supreme in the "Lone Star."
C7"(ov.Thos. E. Brand -tte.of Louis
ville, Ky., has given tmee years to the
buihlinii; up ot a Public Library in
Louisville, which he intends shall be
the best in the country, lie is doing it
bv a series of Uift Concerts, the proiits
of which iro to the Library. The third
drawing "distributed cj-iiW.lKH), and the
fourth., which has just been postponed
to March .Ust, distributes $1,500,000.
(inv. Ihainlctte has almost doubled the
business of tin Louisville Post-oilice.
Kiirhteen clerks are kept busy twelve
hours each day sending oil' circulars in
answer to inquiries for tickets.
OBSTACLES TO MAltHIAUK.
Happy Relief for Young Men from the
effects of Errors and Abuses in early lite.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New met hod of treatment.
New and remarkable remedp-s. Hooks and
circulars sent tree, in sealed envelopes.
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa., an In
stitution having a high reputation for hon
orable conduct and professional skill.
liriu, I.KAVK FLANDERS WHARF.
f Portland, at 6 o'clock, A. M., as follows :
I'or.Corvallis and IiitiTinciliatc Point :
Monday, AVediiesitu y unci Frilu-.
For Albany and IiittTiui'dhite Points :
.IIoiiiU)', TiieHtlay, W'liiesila)-,Thiir-
tlitj- and l-uila)-.
For Dayton, La Fayrttc and McMiunvillf :
Saturday and Monduy.
Passage to Gorvallis..
l'assage o Albany
Passage to Salem
Passage to Mc.Miunvillo
. 1 00
H. ViObDSMITII, l'resident.
December 12th, 1ST3. tf.
SELLIHG OFF AT COST!
l"OIt 00 DAT
Kkvuy kou Maiikkt. Mr. Lafaj-ette
informs ns that he h .s l.OM half
bus..i-l measure tini-dud at Ids factory
In this county, which he proposes to
distribute in the Sj ring throughout the
State. The are made in a substantial
manner, of oak.
Kxi'KxsivK. The last Legislature,
-vhich was thoroughly 11adical,made
toiiropriations to the amount of
3755.407, besides dividing up all the
swamp land in the State in jobs.
That is the kind of economy the peo
ple get when they elect Radicals to
es of the Kellogg
Am NorirK. We call the attention
of the public to the card of Prof. Hautn-
irra in this issue. The Prof, is a thor-
r - -
mgh artist, as the work which he has
executed for a number of our citizens
amply testifies; His studio is in the
roar of this oiiie-.
ConCkut. Mr. Sell wood has some
of the Oregon City singing talent under
training for grand concert, which is
to come off some t ime week after next.
A rich musical treat may bo expected,
a he alwavs makes a success of his
How Tnt:v Rcfokm. At the lasl
election in Xew York, the "lleform"
party, healed by Radicals, carried
the city under a promise that the
would reform the City government.
Have they kept their jlelge with
the people, may be judged by th
figures given in the Mayor's message.
Accordiug to the document, the cit
is in aeot to tne amount oi t-ioo,-271.1G8.
Increase of debt iu 187o
50, 000, 000. The amount of bond
issued by the present Controller for
various purposes, is $42,000,000; ex
penditures in maintaining the Gov
ernment in 1871, $20,000,000; in 1S72
631,000,000; in 1S73, $32,000,000.
This kind of reform is rather discour
The New York Herald is of the
pinion that unless the atties inte
rested in the Geneva award keep a
lookout for it, Congress will use it
tp iu jobs before it gets to them.
The Bulletin is considerably exer
cised as to the probable candidates
on the Democratic tic'.cet. Ye would
advise that sheet to lo jk after its own
San I'"rancisco Market Report.
San Fkancisco, Jan. 2S.
Wheat in Liverpool Average California,
13s 7d -. Or- gon, l.i PMsevHs. -d.
Flour Supertinc, Hir-v-i 7-i ; extra, 17 00.
Wheat oast, $. -Ski HiS.
P.arlev Coast feed, f 1 .iTl o); bay feed
fl :tS; bay br -wing, HS.-vl ;"o.
Oats Oood supply in nuirket ; prices are
$1 frfi.-al '.
Wool Ciuiet, fine to choice clear, IC-jd'O.
Portland .Market Report.
WEiiNF.SDA Y.Jan. 2S. 1S74.
Gold in New York to-day. 1111..
Port land IiCgal Tender rates. UO buving ;
Win -at Demand is good at $t S.rx-1 90 V
Oats i'nin H bushel, sacked and deliv
er'.!. Flour In eonseipieiice of the condition
of the wheat market, Hour has been ad
vanced to $ oi).vi; im.
liutter The n-e--ipts are larc and the
market well stocked with all dualities.
Prices range from SJhVil cents.
Kggs Market supply full; prices firm
at ;to cents tl dozen.
Wool The market continues dull and
quotations arc furnished at ltt(ei5c f lb for
a good art icl
r.aeon The supply on hand remains
abundant. Sides are quoted at l'Xillc V ;
Hams, H(&15e, and prime Shoulders at 9(S
Strictly For Cash, Only
Our IStitire Stock, ot
Clotlilne;, I)rj- Goods, Hoots mul Siloes,
Hut, Furnishing Good, Jew
elry mid Faiicyttooilii,
XXfE INTF.NI) HEItEAFTEIl TO DO A
T T sfictiy
And will be enabled to give everybody sat
islact.ion, compan-d with prices elsewhere,
Give us a call and examine lor yourselves
Oregon City, Jan. 1st, 1S71.
Tliii-cl and Last Call.
T. rKHSilNS KNOW1NU ne j
selves indebted to the undersigned
i.uki iiiaue liiiiii.Uiate luiviiKiii. i .4i.i
all in v accounts sett led up to the close of
ihevear. I mean business, and those to
whom this applies, will take notice and
-overii themselves accordingly.
Oregon City, Jan. 1st , l!S7t.
ever offered in this market, and was Relet ed
with especial care tor t lie Oregon City trade.
All of wHVea 1 now oner ior sale ai ine
Takes this method of informing his old p-
trons, and as many new ones as may be
pleused to call, that he is now prepared.
with ample room. gool material, ana me
vt ry best ol mechanics, to build aiw,re--coiistruct,
make,- paiit. Iron and tufn out
all complete,-an v sort Ot a vehicle irom a
com mow Cart to a Concord Coach. I ry me.
Lowest flfiarket Rales. BUeksmithiui;, i:re or ui shoeine,
No upe for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods for
I am I'etertntnetl to &cir uneap anu not to
allow mysell to be
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
and General Jobbing neatlv, qiiicklv. HH
cheaply done.- DAVID SMl'l Hv
MASONIC HALL BtjrLDlXG.i
Twenty Years Expcrieiice Oregon City,
in Oreiron City enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
ana see lor yourselves mat lue oiu suiuu oi
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless ior me to tell you all the
advantages I can otfer you in the sale of
goods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All 1 wish to say is
Come, aud Scr.aud Examine for Yourselves
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
goods cheap, for cash, or ujxin 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. THUS. CHAHMAX.
y"50,000 lbs wool wanted by
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
Tim papers throughout the coun
rry are warning people not to pur
liase 2aca.?es f f?ools from cer
ain peddlers, as loth themselves and
their goods are swindles.
In Towx. lion. P.. V. H.ivdcn,so we
are informed, was in town last Mon
day. Front what we saw- iu the Orego-
nian. -we should judge that he. was on a
nolitical mission. Hw. G. Chandlcr.of
Washington ciniiitv, was also in town
during the week ,
Still, They Come. We are informed
by Mr. Myers that his father, who was
here last year, will remove to this State
early the coming spring, lie has seen
Oregon and comes hack to make it his
future home. Such men as Mr. Myers
are needed in our State.
Pkobable Candidates. E i t li e r
Coll. Van Cleve, of the Albany Rej-
ister. or Wm. 13. Carter, of the Cor-
vallis Gaeette, will probably get the
nomination for State Printer on the
Custom House ticket. They have
both been kept in the traces with
the promise of tbis "fat take," bnt
as there is bnt one to nominate, one
or the other will be disappointed.
There are others who have been
promised the nomination by the Cus
tom House, so that it is tnettv evi
dent somebody will have to take a
At the Cliff House, in this citv, Jan. SI,
;S7, by A. C. Itailey, J. P., Mr. Vincent
i'feifenberger, of Maker county, ami Mi-
Omnia A. Knnkl", 't ''lackamas coun y,
formerly of Toledo, Ohio.
Toledo papers please copy.
The undersigned will leave Oregon City
.'or the East, in the beginning of March
next. Those desirous of hiiving their Kr
iraits painted by him, must do so without
P. IJ VI MGR VS, ArtUf.
Studio iu rear of the Enterprise otlice..
Quarterly Meeting. We are in
formed that quite a lively interest was
nianUl'Kted in the quarterly meeting
held last week by the Presiding Elder
of . the M. E. Church, South, in the
neighborhood of I'eaver Creek. The
attendance was quae lari.-t'.
It Will Oct. It has been criven
out e:ni-ofiieiallv tlmf n,
Xesniith will not be a candidate be
fore the next Democratic Convention
ior renomination. But we have
Two l"oc of Health.
Cold and damp are inimical to health,
ind we generally have an unwholesome
combination of the two at this season,
rhey penetrate the skin and integument
and afTed the muscular, glandular and
nervous organizations, producing rheuma
tism, neuralgia, chills and fever, and where
there is a tendency to dyspepsia or liver
complaint, provoking an attack of indigi-i
ion or billiousness. The best advice that
can be given under such circumstances is
to keep the external si;rfa?e of the body
warmly clothed, and to keep the internal
organs in vigorous working order with the
most wholesome and genial of all tonics.
Hostetter's Stomacn Milters. orauuany
but constantly this famous invigorant is
suiersedingthe adulterated liquors of com-
i : ; , .1... ..!...-, ...1 ywM
meree, as a meuicm.n 5(hiiui.hi ,nv
rective, in all parts of the country. It will
be a happy dav for humanity, and it will
surely come, when this pure restorative
shall have taken the place of raw spirits as
a stimulant in all our public and private
hospi tals. It is not, however, merely a
harmless suhst itute fort he flery stimulants
,rrfn.i t I f c st I mu lat i n 2 properti 'S are
not its chief merits, although in this regard
Oregon City Market Iteport,
Exte iti rise Off-ice. Jan. 2S. 174.
Icgal Tenders, buying, 84 : selling !0 Vj.
County script, !: City scrip. H.".
I lie lrilowing are I he buvuig prices for
produce, and the selling price for others :
Wheat-Oi iiiand good and selling at tl !
1 l' bushel.
Flour Jootl supply in market, and sell
ing at $" Z'iUiiH
Middlings Are quoted at $25 per ton;
shorts, $.11; and bran 1J, with full supplies
Oats Supply equal to demand ; buyers
are paying :rn,i: cents.
Potato -s No demnnd, and the market
overstocked, at from 2-.vW cents per bushel.
Onions Quotable at l?j cents per pound.
Kggs Scarce, 25 i dozen
Chickens i OOvvi 5U per dozn.
1 latter Scarce-. "Jllrruii n-nts for o-ood fri-sh.
Wool For choice lots, c-nts.
Pried Fruits Full stfcks in market;
Apples are bringing le;i5 cuts per jkjuiuI ;
p-aches H cents; Currants 10.vl5 cents;
IMunis 15 cents.
Nuar Crushed, U(ai5 cents: Island 9(
10H ; San Francisco refined, 12 A124 cents.
Toa !!est quality 1 p-r pound, and oth
er brands ranging Irom (Ml(,75 cents. t
Coiree Host article cents.
Salt ltansrin from lui-jv.
Syrup 50 cents per gallon; best article
I'.acon Hams li'il3 cents: Slioulders,
S cents ; sides, 10 cents rn'r pound.
I.ard IV-r poutxl l.Vo,li cents.
Oil I)evfe's Kerosene ier gal Ion, 6(75
cents ; Linseed $1 25.
Reef on foot Oood fat cattle find readv
sale at 4ev cents on foot.
Pork We quote at 5a,li cuts.
Sheep Few offering ; quote at $ 1 00(2 50
Hides fJreen at from $2'S3, owing to the
siwe; dry 15cnts per iound.
IMPORTEH AND PKAI.KR
in Iiof)ks, Stationery, Perfuin
erv. etc.. etc.
)r-jfn City, Or-fon.
&7.t Charman fc Warner's old stand
lately occupied by S. Ackcman. Main st.
OKIT.ON I.OPGIi XO. 3, I. I. C). F.,
Meets cverv lliursitay
oveninsrat 7 i o'clock, in the
()dl Fellows' Hall, Iain
street. Members of the Or
der are invited to attend. y order
ki-:rfx'CA ii:c.iii:i; iic;l: xo.
s,u-fiiiii sioii i-oiirLii i iii-N- r -, i
lav evenings each month, ZJiZvZLZ
at '7' o'clock, in the Odd
Fellows' Hall. Memhersof the Degree
ire invited to attend.
rpiIE UXDERSIG NED PROPRIETOR OF
1 the Livery Stable on Fifth street.Oregon
City. Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Suddle a nI llutrgy Horses,
Itugg-ieti, I arriMjfes mici mucks.
He will also run a hack to and from the
WILHOIT SODA SPRINGS
tnrinfr the summer season, with rooa
hor.ses.com pet ent ana geniiemaniy urivvrs.
PARE AT LIVING RATES.
J. M. FUAZER. Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 27, 173.
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND D1T0RTER OF
on hand srn-3 for sale,
cheap for cash.
OfVJee, Sittingroom-, and
Hair, and Pulu
JVI sttiet act,
Mouldings, efc, ete
Snecinl attention given to FnholstTT
work in all it s branches. ( )n-ers filled with
promptness. Pepairinir done with neat'
ness and dispatch. Furniture made orders
Call and ea'mine for yourslves.- 17ma77f
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
AND MOCLDIXCS OF ALL SIZE.
They will also do Turning of every de
scription to order,
River, in Lewis
warranted. Shop on the
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
Southwest Comer First and Morrison SU
wart-, etc.. ftr.
JlJ adapted the
DATE WE HAVE
Prot k acted Meetino. The pro
tracted meetings under the manage
ment of thA Rintist.Conerecational and , , , . , ,,
L . - anu goou, ouuuosewboare onnno,I
ro ms renomination snould be care-
from the best of authority that his LVWr? "TrmrtThl
name will be before the Convention powerful influence it exercis-s overt he ur
i 4U i vvumenuon, ,id and noiess stomach, the disordered
and that his forces are working a.11 liver, the constipated bowels, and there
over the State to secure his renomi
nation. If the people want him well
still in progress. We have not learnea
with what success thev are meeting
His Name. The name of the man
who was drowned off the Fannie Patton
last week near Wheatland, was John
Heavt Load The steamer Alice
cam into the basin last Wednesday
Uh 2!" tAs of Wheat on board of h?r.
fnl not to send men to the State Con
vention who will support him.
Ocr Badical friends appear to be
very bnsy at present making up the
Democratic ticket for next June. It
is unnecessary for them to trouble
themselves about this little matter.
ioH rx.w-v.oe n-niicr it n. nositive specific in
dvsprpsia, liver complaint, intestinal con
striction, nervous weakness, hytocondria,
rheumatism and sleeplessness. All chrome
complaints are airsiravated bv a cold, moist
atmos:.her, and it is therefore particularly
nctssarv for those who ure atnicted with
ailments" of this nature, whatever their
type mav be, to meet this predisposing
cause of sickness with a wholesome anti
dote. Hostetter's Bitters should betaken
daily at this season by all persons laboring
under chronic ailments that tend to weak
en the system.
For the very best photographs, Ro to Brad
ley St. Rulofson's Galery without STAIRS--Atcend
in tl Elevator, 129 Montgomery
Street, San Franclsoo. California.
In the County Court of Clacka mas county,
8tate of Oregon.
In the matter of the Guardianship of Ade-
lia Elliott, an insane ierson :
ION ES CUTTING. GUARDIAN OF THE
above-named Adelia Elliott, an insane
person, havinp fild a wtiion praying for
the sale of the real estat belonging to said
Adelia Elliott, and it appearing to the
Court rrom t he etition,that it is necessary
to sell the interest of said ward in the fol
lowing described r-al estate, to-wit : The
north "half of the donation land claim of
Charles Cuttincr and Abigail Cutting, his
irifn HaeltTn-itnil ti tha r n lie a n1 rvlfifc nf
the cntted states surveys as "i laim -o.
52." in T. 5. S. R., 2 K.. of the Willamette
meredian. situated in Clackamas county
Oregon. It is. therefore, ordered by the
Court that the next of kin of said ward and
11 other persons interested is said estate.
appear before this Court, on Monday, the
second dav of March, 1874, at the Court
House in Oregon City, and show cause why
a license should not be granted for the sale
of such estate.
It is further ordered that a copy of this
order b published in the Orepon City En
terprise, the litigant organ for Clackamas
W. Lt. WHITE,
Attest : R- F. Caueield, Cleric
Jounsox A Mcown,
Att'ys for Guardian.
Jacuary 29th, 1S74. Sw
multnomam i.oic;i-: XO. I,A.V.
tt A. M., Ilohls its regular com
munications on the l irst ana
Third Saturduvs in each month,
-.it 7 o'clock from thelinth of Sen.
loin kt tot iolXltli ot -March : ana
o' -lock from the 20th of March to the
2ith of Sei)tcmlK?r. r.rethren in coon
standing arc invited to attend.
liy order ot . M.
FA I. I.S C XCAMP M C XT NO. 1,1. O.
O. F., Meets at Odl Fellows'
Hall on the First ami Third Tues-
dnv nf p"h month. 1 anarchs
in good standing are invited to attend.
VHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY,
A N D
SEED STORE !
Factory Block, : : : : : : Oregon City
y Agency for the San Juan Lime Co.
Lime sold in quantities to suit, augl-tf.
Wratclies and Jewelry.
announce to the cit
izens of Oregon City and
Clackamas County that
the have just ofiened a
Jewelry Establishment in
"KKtiUS tll'l, t t OREGON,
Main street, next door north of Shades Sa
loon, wnere iney win keep on hand and
for sale, all goods pertaining to their line.
AT TUB L,yj WBST LIVIXQ RA TBS.
Especial attention given to the repairing
Of Flue Time Pieces.
All goods soldnd work done warranted.
, ufcu. a. HAAS fc SON.
yjr-gwu iwy.jan. 1ST, IKTi.
WHICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be had in the fctate, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
VI warrant my goods as represent!.
1,000 DEER SKINS
LL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES, FOR
1. which I will pay the highes market
price in CAsn Bring on your hides and get
your coin for them.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, 1873-m3.
F R R E S II
CAsn basis and hard times prices.
Come and see us and there will be roatu
A N D..
OURSELVES AT CAS II.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCES
A to the citizens of Orecon Citv that he
has reopened his Oyster Saloon and Res-
taurant.and can dish out Fresh Oysters to
nu orders. Coffee, Tea and Chocolate
always on hand; also a general assort
ment of confectionary. Ovstrs served up
in every style desired. "LOUIS SAAL.
Oregon City, Sept. 26, 1873-tf.
STILL . IS THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in the
citv. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce.
Oregon City, March 28, 1T8.
GEORGE A. PEASE,
Southwest Corner First and Korrison BU..
August 22d, lS7S-tf.
FALL AND WINTER GCODSI
JUST RECEIVED AT
I loots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents'
etc., etc., etc,
itfafn Street, Oregwn City.
Produce of all kinds bonpbt, for wWeh I
pay the hiphest market price. If you de
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at
and examine his new stock of Spring good.
Give me a call and convince yourselves.
My motto is,
QCICK SALES A5D SMALL PROFTTB."
The highest market price paid for wmU
Oreipen City, Oct. SI, 1673-.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,