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OREGON CITY, OREGON, )IR. C, 1S74.
The Democratic County Convention
will meet at the Court House to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock. Let the dele
gates 15 punctual.
Dei.ko.tks. Tho following are the
delegates elected from the various pre
cincts as far as we have been able to
Cascades II. McGugin and F. lleve-
""futtiir.s-Cha.s. Cutting, W. A. White
and -I un s Ilieivev.
IV-aver E- S oyer, J. C. Knott and
JOr.l"on Citv-S. D. Howell, D. Smith,
II Straight, J. Howell, V.I,. While,
S IlueUt, Ir. J. Welch K CauheM,
Joseph l)i kens and Geo. A. Harding.
Ut r MolilU-VViUiam liagl.v J.
MV.iy, Augustus Kigle and Levi Kob-
biH Irdins's-Geo. Clark and M. Hat-
v Cirmicheal and Isaac
CVi,"!L.l W Cine.
Lower Molalla Plk Gribble, Wash
r.n ,1.1 -iiifl KutxM-t Irvin.
'm irou iiu's W. Ti. liarclay, Martin
II bbitn and Geo. W. Jackson.
Tualatin -T. L. Turner.
K k Creek W. W. Cooke and B
Marshtleld C. A. W adc.
t vtt v w T.rsr. Tlie fbllowinir is a
lwf ,f the Letters remaining in the
Post-office at Oregon City, Mar. G, 1871
L Uurguss, Master Fred Capps, Mrs
I'. I l.-o i'Uumii in. James N Clark, Win
I -lel rilll lll. Mrs M ihala Iviton, John
Gl.-n. v, II -nrv Girletts, C li Hatch (2)
L Hi'kev.Wm Jmcs,Miss Suan Linn
Ji.hn Lent. (J). Mart in l.ii' lli-ii, Juan
M -r mis, T'umi is J M:is'n. I'Vilip Xe
hrt'ss. GeoS Pitterson, K II Rtijrj?. J L
St.ut, J C T.iylor, James Thayer, Mrs
If cilled for, pleisesnv when "U-cr
tUod." J. M. I'.ac n. P.M.
Grange Organized. Kd. Forbes,
l.;;utr t"r Clackamas county, organ
ized, on tho 21st ult., Warner Grange,
near Oregon City, with .10 charter mem
bers. Tiio following are the olliee-s
clert fr the ensuing vear: Arthur
Warner. M; 1. I- C. Latouretto. O;
L vi L -1 in 1. L: S. X. Millard, S; C.H.
Foster, A. S. : Win. If. l':m.-her, C. ;
J..iin ItriHli, SM'y; Mrs. KliaJeth I.
Hid ;!', Treasurer ; Win. K, Long, G. ;
Mrs. Kli.ah -t!i Warner, C. ; Mrs.arah
K. Parker. P.; Miss Clara Vinson, F. ;
Miss Sarah A. Brush, L, A. S.
Petition for a Biiiik;e. We were
shown a petition which is hein: ci reli
l:ted for subscri
ctions to aid in buil 1-
ing a bridge on the State road across
V Mol ill .
There were 100 su!iH-ril-
hen we saw the list. It n expected
that the county will aid in this matter,
as l'.i hridiH is nndul)te Uy a great
nec -SNi?v. There is no place in the
county where a bridge is in re needed.
Wi hone to see it budt soon.
An Oitrage. A couple of f. llow-i
who have no idea of working for an
hon -st living.set up a thieving game in
t wii last week and run the thing four ;
or live davs, and after all who were ;
soft enough to sup se they were get- j
tin g an equivalent ' r their money had
b-eii taken in. bro .e iiu and left for
i::i :r sields. Fr n wliat we saw of
t'i-- gini '. ic was . 1 1 ;.n.)i!i-T name f-r
s; e d i i nr.
1 Hv i a !.. Wo hatl t!ic j.le isure of
aeill 1 i-t Tii-'Silay f.in u-.tr oi l frieinl
II. i.i.J. M. M.-l'oy, f r:n -fly of lr.::it
e unity, but now of K.ist 1'. irLian.l. YVe
pleased to learn that he expect-
it - i:i t:ii e.iunty and -r tMt
,-riiMM,' :md farming. Wo need
... . -.. ..ii.
to 1 ;e
ne-ti. we a;.-; r . eiveu c:m
A. U. S'.iiplev, of this county, and
l iltel. u i'o.tl lld.
H-m why ur citi.eiis
There is no rca
lionld not all Lo
i; md w.-iiers
i'wo school are now in
i M-nlioti kno in the room adjoining
tiii-i odiee. faii.irht by SV. W. O'Conner,
:tn I one in tie- st.iVcrno'ii under tho
o'.Vi v, t. sunlit liy V.. V. Conner. Hoth
a-ii'ar to lieexoerts iii tlieir profession.
I'f.Mi'MoN r Cm i-:r. Tlie election
f r C!;ief and Assi-dant Hnu;inccrs of
tlie Orco:i City Fire Dejiaitment was
ii iit' spirited last Monday, ami result-
I in til i election of A. C. l::iiky as
Chief, lv t.vlve nnjority, w!o was
opposed' !v W. Ii. White; an I M. C.
Atliey. Assistant. ly ci;j:ht majority
IIVITlifl. A. I I illl itliX-
Tn vnk-. The Ore iron City Turn Ve
r dm rc'inest us to ret u n their thanks
to MR Abraham, of Portland. IIl-v.
Mr. S -11 wood, A. O. Yates, K., and
the members of Portland Turn Vcrcin,
for the valuable assist nice rendered
at th dr re a nt exhibition and concert.
Si'sk.-The rannie Patton. while on
lier way from Salem to this city Satur
day struck a sn ir just below Salem
ami sunk to her guards. Assistance
was sent to her, and shit was raised
and brought down on Sunday and plac
ed in the dock-yard for repairs.
Prim Ann-:. The lu' publican County
Committee have called a county con
vention to meet in this city on tho sth
inst., and primaries on the 21st, at 1
o'el ck. p. m. Tlie committee only
issued the call for the purpose of select
ing delegates to the State Convention.
Tuk Ve. ni Kit. We have had regu
lar March weather since Sunday. One
moment it will be warm and pleasant,
the next hail, snow or rain. Yet we see
no reason to complain. It is generally
warm and does no harm to anv one.
Pi.kasan r Pauty. A very pleasant
surprise party was given by large num
ber of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. In.
lV-equ at their residence last Monday
evening. The attendance was quite
large and tho aif.iir very pleasant and
Cheai. Hy reference to our adver
tising columns, it will bo. seen that
boots and shoes can be had -er3- cheap
at the Pacific Hoot and Shoo House,
Portland. They are selling at cost and
Sr.niost.Y Ii.b. Wo regret to an
nounce that Mr. A. Hood, one of our
oldest and most respected citizens, is
lv'nv dangerously ill at the residence
of Hon. John Mvers. There is but lit
tle hope entertained of his recovery.
Democratic Primary. The primary
e-mvention held in this precinct last
Saturday was well attended, being the
largest we have ever seen in this city.
Considerable interest appeared to
manifested in securing delcErates.
Meetings. Columbia Hook A Lad
der Co. meets this evening. Cataract
llo.se CM. meets next Tuesday evening,
and Fountain Hose Co. meets next
u cdnesday evening.
New- Bell. Tho new- bell of the
Itaptist Church was put up last Thurs
day. It is a fine sounding bell, and we
believe tho largest in the citv.
Steam boats. The advertisement of
the Oregon Steamship Company wiU tire
be found in this issue, which will in
form tho traveling oublie of the time of
departure of their boats from this city.
Mr. Munoek, of the firm of S. W
Morgan fc Co, of Portland, is in the
city with some tine shrubbery, which
will be on exhibition and for sale at the
Lincoln Jiakery to-day and to-morrow.
Fine Bull,. A fine short-horned
bull passed up the river last Wednes
day, belonging to Hon. J. W. Nesmith.
We did not see the animal, but learn
that lie is ot hue blooded stock.
Removed. J. R. Ralston, Rsq., an
old citizen of this place, removed his
family to Tacoma last Tuesday. May
success attend them in their new home,
Cocntv Court. The county court
has been in session -since Wednesday,
but adjourned too late .yesterday for us
to get the proceedings for this issue.
Redioiocs. Rev. Dr. Atkinson will
preach at the Congregational Church
Called. We had a call from Ex-Gov.
Geo. L. Curry ,of Portland, last Friday
Born. In this city on the 2d inst., to
the wife of J. M. Raeon, a son.
Andrew lloon deiiartcd this life,
March 5th, 174, at 'Jo'clock p.m., in the
i2d vear ot his age.
The funeraPwill take place from the
residence of his son-in-law, John
Myers, on Saturday, the 7th instant.
Friends of the family are invited to
attend. The funeral services will be
conducted by Rev. Mr. Sellwood.
Another one ot the rmiiv ers gone,
The deceased came to Oregon in 1S13,
and was highly respected by all who
San I'rancisco .Market Report.
San Francisco, March 4.
hoat In Liverpool Average California,
i:is Tit ; Oregon, l i liHls14s. BU.
l-'lour Sup'Tflnc, $o -Jtiftco To ; extra, f 37.
W ii'.at o; s . l cl mt.
liarl-y Coasi ieei, $1 :f7ia 1 50 ; bay food
f 1 :JS -. bav brewii R. !1 50(il 7.
Oats Ciood supply in market ; prices are
f I ;hj;i wi.
Wol tu let, n ne to cholceclear, l(k$20.
l'urtlaud .Market Report.
Wednesday-. Mar h(. 1371
o!il in New York to-day, llJ',.
INirtlaiid Ieiral Tender rates. Hi) buvinflrt
Wh-at Demand i. gtKtd at $1 C."i(51 70
Oat 3 -lociG" ij bu.ihei, sack-d and dcliv
Klour In cons"iiui-iice of tlie condition
of tne wheat market, Hour has bon ad'
vancit Lo $" 60;i'i 00.
llutter The receipts are largo and the
market welt stocked with all (jualitii-B
l'ric'-s rang'- from i'iv-- c-nts.
l-:ggs Market simply full; prices firm
at 3n cents dozen.
Wool The market continues dull and
notations are Iurnishei at Jtiur.-'.'ie V lb for
a good art tele.
iia-.'on The supply on hand remains
abundant. Sides are quoted at lUaMlc;
Mains, 1-Vvltie, and prime Shoulders at flitC
Oregon Cit3- Market Itcport,
Knteki'Iiise Okkick, March 5, 1S74.
c il Tenders, buying, : selling !M)4.
County seript, 95: I'ity Kcrip, &.
The fllowing are tlie buying prices for
produce, arid t be selling price lor others :
Wheat-l iei mind good and selling at 95
i.fl on bushel.
i l iur Good supply in market, and sell
ing :lt $" 1-y.djf, :a).
Middlings Are quot"d ;it $ZT per tfn ;
shorts, and bran $li, with full supplier
o.its Supply equal to demand ; buyers
nr paying -t-xt t.) cents.
Potato -s .No demuntl, and tlie market
iv--r-'toek-'il, at irom 'J-"ii3J eents per bush-
nions CJuotalile at 1 S cents per pound.
Egg Good supply, v dor.
i .'hickens i i iKd c.:! ,r0 per dozen.
ButtT S-:i roe, JikvsJ'i cents for good fresh.
Wool For choice lots, -3 cents.
Dried Fruits Full stocks in market;
Appls are bringing 4ctv cnts per Kund ;
p--acle-s 11 cents; Currants l(Xs$15 cents;
Plums lo cents.
Su ;-.r Crushed, 1".;1(! cents: Island 9
10 'v : San Francisco refined, l-Joel2t cents.
Tea 15"st quality tl per pound, and oth
er brands ranging from tiO'ii cents.
Cotfce !'.-t nnicl.;:tl c-nts.
S:ilt Ranginrr from l'.fV.
Syrup .ry cents p t gallon; best article
Bacon Hams rvl3 cents: Shoulders,
1') C"iits; sides, 1 11-cents p'-r pound.
lird 1'i T potiiel 1 cents.
Oil Devoe's Kerosene per gallon,6075
cents; Linseed $1 ii.
Beefori foot ' 'ood faU. cattle find ready
sal at ceiits on foot.
Pork We quote at lm,i cents.
Sheep Few offering ; quote at $2 50(3i3 50
Hides Groen at from $2v:, owing to tho
I size ; dry 1" cents per ixmnd,
The Great AnlngnnUt of Disea.
What is the gr,at natural antagonist of
disease? It is the vital principle. From
the moment that discas" is developed In
the system, this champion fights the In
truder until it either conquers or is con
quered. Which side should medicine sci
ence esxmsc in this life and deatli struggle?
Should it depress and cripple the phsyical
energies of the pat icnt.thereby helping the
disorder, or should it reinforce the vitality
of the patient and thereby assist in quell
ing the ailment? Of course the proj-er
answer to this question must be obvious to
every one above the grade of an idiot or a
lu natic, arid hence it lol lows that the weak
and broken down invalid who chooses to
dos himsel. with depleting slops, instead
of toning, iavigorat ing and vitalizing his
bis enervs:t d frame with Hostetters Stom
ach Bitt'TS, must be either feeble minded
or derange 1. Surely nothing short of im
becility or insanity could induce a person
laboring u ider todi!y weakness and ner
vous pros -rat ion, to take day alter day
powerfui doses of some drast ic purgative
in the hope of gaining strength thereby.
Although charlatans may advertise prej
aratiens of this charac as tonics, people in
the full jioss ssion of their reason can not,
tne wo i.d think, accept them as such. If
t hey do the penalt v of their credulit v mav
be the shortening of their lives. Therheu-
mntie, the dyinieptic, the bilious, the debil
itated -and nervous, all who are subject to
lntermittents, or other diseases brought on
.W inplf"ient weater which prevails at
thisseason.will do well to strengthen their
nerves, tone their stomachs and regulate
th''"" bowels with the Hitters. The two-
iold operation of the restorative as an in
igonitor and an aperient, in addit ion to
its direet and stK-eific effect iion thedis
. Hv,'r' rod-rs it a most efficient
remedy tor complaints of the digest ive, se-
. . ir"tl xcr.-tlve organs, at present in
,ih'' i" conceded by eminent
ri6.?0' th? faculty whose testlmonv
WHERE DOES IT COME FROM.
chraV!resanwqheSH0f n',rr catarrhal dbs
Tlie mucons ! ls il aU frm '
oA-s of th" rLmbrVr Bningthe cham-
dislased soth.,, "dJts ,i,tle dands. are
uisfaseu, sothatthev dr.-iu.- fv, ,.'. ,
its 1 nil .1 an.! - . "" uiooo
cure en in H -H ... -!.. oss. 10
Pierces Gold-n Medical Tl iSt
also act. directly upon thVSdsii
r-cting them apr.ix ing Dr. Sage's rata
Remedy with Dr. Pieace's Nassal Do"uce
the only method of reaching the .1;
cavities where the discharge accumulates
and comes from.
Catarrh of 20 Years SUndlng Cared
Monroe, Onachlta Parrish. Ia Sent n
1S71. R, V. Pierce. M. M. : Sometime about
nisi ju f i nmi nieiiv-u me use of your
mcuicnies, uu 1111-1 nave entirely cured
me of Catarrh of twenty years standing
Tr,l r., 1 1 fDC C V On,,..
The tragic consequences of coughs and
colds.when permitted to run on unchecked,
are consumption. bronchitis. leurisv.nnn-
monia. Ac. For-stall these dlstrurtive dis
orders at the outset with Hale's Honey of
Horehound and. Thr,Tt absolute specific for
all th ailments whicn proanc? tnera
Crittcnton'e. 76th A-"-nue. Bold by all
iamusi n Tot hn o !. V, , .
t into corruption. This lif-liquid was to
The Parker Civs. We take pleas
in calling attention of our Valley
friends to the wonderful merits of the
double-barreled breech loading shot
guns manufactured by Parker Broth
ers, West Meriden, Conn.
The highest testimonial received
from all sections of the country, and
the thorough test given it in the field
by our iru-ml Capt. Green li. Samuels,
warrant us m uciiihk mat it is the
best breech-loadintr shot gun in the
world. The simplicity of construction,
the ease w ith which it can be loaded or
unioaueu, uie laemiy iui winch the
load can be changed from small to
larire shot enabling the sportsman in
an instant, to adapt his change to anv
sized game that may present itself the
ease with which it may be keut clean
its availability to a country where noth
ing but muzzie-ioHuing ammunition
can bo procured, all combine to reeom-
mend it to ever spoilsman who can
appreciate a perfect fowling piece
"Warren Sentinel ;" (Front Royal, Va.)
New , Hooks. Mr. J. W. Powell
agent for Clackamas,is now canvassim-
the count v for susenptions ta tli
Wild Life in the West," and the
History of the Grange Movement."
Wild Life in the Far West" is a vol
ume of 4SS pages, quarto size, in good
type, on tine white pajer and hand
somely lound. It contains, also thir
ty-three illustrations, some of them on
tinted paper, and the frontispiece ele
gantly colored. The record of Capt.
Ilobbs experience is told in a straight
lorwaru maimer ana is verv interesting
in reading. In addition to the relation
of hunting, trapping, and Indian liirht-
ing nicmems. givestne writers ex jer
tence in the Mexican War and in that
lietween Juarez and the Imperialists
under Maximillian, in both of which
the author took an active part. The
history of the Grange movement or, the
farmers' war against monopolies ; 1 ic
ing a full and authentic account of the
struggles of the American farmers
against the extortions of the railroad
companies. With a history of the rise
and progress of the Order of Patrons
of Husbandry ; its objects, present con-
oiiiou ami prospecis ; to wnicn isaoneu
''Sketches of leading Grangers. This
is the best book ever sold by subserii
tion. - nl!Sw4
Tlicre are probably a hundred of persons
in this and neighboring to.vns, who daily
suffer from the d 1st ressingcfTeelsof kidnev
troubies, who do not know that Johnson's
An'xlyne iAiiunoiit is almost a certain cure.
in severe eases, great relief may be obtain
ed, if not a perfect cure.
We notice tliat the agricultural papers
all over the country recommend the use of
Sheridan's Cavulry Condition I'rtcdrr.t. Hz,
Farmers and others in this section have
longkno-vn and apj reciated the advan
tage of these powders over all others.
ARK you alarmed about yourself? Have
you a distressing cough? Is your throat
choked up with phelgm ? I)x-s a long
breatn pain you? If so you have reason
to be frucUleiied. But take heart, cheer up.
a single bottle of Hale's Honey of 1 lore'
hound and Jar will cure you. rittenton s,
7 tt h avenue. Sold by all Druggists.
Pike's Toothache l)ro;s cure in 1 minute.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INVALID.
rrni-tsiiED as A vakxixo and for tho
benefit of Yoirso Men and otiieiis who
suffer fnnn NERVOUS DEBILITY. LOSS
OF M AN'IKX l , etc., pointing out thenvtin-i
of self-cure. ritten by .athamkl May-
kaik, Esci., Iki cured himself after under
going considerable quabkery, and mailed
fr.-e fin receiving a post-paid directed enve
lope, by the pul'MSller,
lilt. JOHN M. DAGNALL.
11 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Time Extended to Marclt 1, 1S71.
The time for the purchase of the following
Text-Books, at int roduetory rates, lias lieen
extended to March 1, 1S7I, and may be had
from the undcr-oirned :
Barnes' Brief History of the U. S f 1 00
Clark's Beginner's Grammar
Clnrk's Normal Gram mar
Monteith'p Introduction to Geography
Pacific Coast Edition 1
Steel's Fourteen Weeks in Philosophy. 1
Steel's Fourteen Weeks in Physiology. 1
Wood's Botanist, and Florist 1
Brooks' Normal Mental Arithmatic
Pacific Coast Fifth Reader
It will be seen from an advertisement
in another column, that the Agent of
the Public Iibrarv, L-ouisville, Ken
tucky, has iivb- a million dollars in
Hank, and that he assures the public of
! a toil drawing 011 the :mli March next.
! The list of jrifts is exceeilingl v attra-
1 tive and the high personal character of
the manager is a guarantee that tney
will prelorm what they promise.
Fon Sai.k. We will sell either a Flo
rence or drover & Haker Sewing Ma
chine at San Francisco nrices. In order
that those who desire a machine, and
are not able to pav the entire amount
mav be accommodated, we will sell
them on the installment plan, payable
so much per month until paid ror.
OBSTACLES TO MAKUIAGE.
Happy Relief for Young Men from the
effects of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. ew method of treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books and
circulars snt fn-e, in sealed envelopes.
Address, llf AItl ASSDI.I.VI IO.N. No.
South Ninth St.. Philadelphia. Pa., an In
stitution having a high reputation for hon
orable conduct and professional skill,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
-XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
i will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by any other person on my ac
count, Irom and after t his date.
Oregon City, March 5, 1874. 4w
BEACTIKCL QUARTER SEC-
lon of land, known as the Boise
claim, 5 miles from Oregon Citv, will be
otfered for sale for a short time only. The
proprietor is not "hard up." For terms.
etc., apply to Capt. A. V. Hedges or Dec.
Barlow, Oregon City; or Willamette 'ann-
er otlice, Salem.
March 5 .-tf
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF !
TUK IMMENSE WINTER STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES!
AT THE :
Pacflc Boot & Shoe House.
Corner First and Morrison Streets,
Will be Closed Out for the Next Thirty
At and Less Than Cost.
p n 1 c k st
Ladles' Kid Foxed Balmorals -..
. 2 75
. 2 00
. 1 50
Misses' do do
Children's do do
Men's Heavy Roots
Foys do -
Children's Roots Z"";:
Men's Kip Hand-made Custom 3-soled
Patridge's Slaughter Roots.
do Grain Hunting Roots
Hibbard's Celebrated Hand-made
Smith. Champlin A Co. (Portland)
Custom French calf
Smith, Champlin A "o. (Portland)
Custom American calf .
Men's bst Quality Hunting r.
do American Riding....
do Ruckle Artie Overshoes
do Alaska do
do best qualitv Rubber do
"A omen's Ruckle Artie Overshoes
do do do
do Self-acting Rubber do
Men s Scrwd Brogans- -
do Pee2rd do .
do California Calf, tap "Sole"."
do do buff calf, tap sole,-....
OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Str. E. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
v.rv itav f Kscept Sunday.l at 7H o'clock.
M. Returning, will leave Portland lor
Oregon City at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Will leave OREGON CITY forCORVALLIS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Will leave OREGON CITY for McMINN-VIl-LE,
LAFAYETTE and Da Y TON, and
all points between, every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. Leaves
the Basin at 8 o'clock. A. M., and connect
ith the train at Canemah at 9, a. m.
leaves OREGON CITY for IIARRISBURG
ma EL'GKNE and all intermediate points
every week. k
Str. Emmie 3?atton.
leaves OREGON CITY for ALBANY and
all intermediate points between twice ev
ery week. J. D. BILES, Agent.
Oregon City, February, 14, 1S74.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the Count of Cackamat.
Arthur Warner, Administra
tor of tlie estate of Mar.
William Prosser, John A.
Fisher and A. M. Fisher.
To William Prosser, one of the above nam
ed deiendants :
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE
gon. you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint tiled against
you in the above entitled suit, by the first
day of the term of said court following the
expiration oi six weeks irom tne nrst pub
lication of this summons : said first publi
cation being on the Ot h day of March, 1S74,
and said next term of Court commencing
on tne 7tti day of April, 1871; and if you
fail to answer said complaint, the plaintiff
win apply to the Court lor the relict de
manded therein, which is that a certain
deed bearing date June 2Sth, 1S01, made by
defendants John A. r isher and A. M. Fish
er to you, the said William l'rosser, pur
porting to convey certain real estate in
Clackamas County, State of Oregon, de
scribed lu said deed as situated in and
being parts of sections eight and nine in
township two south, range one east , togeth
er wit Ii all tne personal property on said
and claim at the date of said deed, be de
clared void and of no force or effect.
By order of the Hon. W. W. Upton, Judge
of said Court, dated the second (!) day of
March, 1S74. JlUEI.AT.fc V A KKF.N,
bmanw. Att ys Tor 1 laintiu.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for tne County of Clucknrnas.
Edmund Wilcox, Plaintiff.
Mary Francis Wilcox, Defendant.
To Mar v Francis Wilcox, snld defendant.
XN THE NAME Or TilK STA 1 K Ur Ott
Kn, you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit, by tlie first
day of the term of said Court following the
expiration of six weeks from the first pub
lication of this summons; said first publi
cation being on the fith day of March, 1874,
and said next term of said Court commen
cing on the 'J7th day of April. 1874 ; and if
you tail to answer said complaint, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
r;lier demanded therein, which Is ror a
dissolution of the marriage contract now
existing between plaintiff and defendant
Ilv order of Hon. . W. I pton. Judge of
said Court, dated the second (J) day of
March, 1.S7I. Hcklat Jc Wakrkx,
rnartivs" Alt ys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court ofjhe State of Oregon,
for the County of Clackamas.
John X. Smith and Mary Smith, plaintiff,
J. II. Martin, Defendant.
To J. II. Martin, said defendant :
IN THE NAM E OK THE STATE OK ORE
gon, you are hereby required to appear
and aiiswerthecomplalnt tiled against you
in the above entitled; action by the first
day of the term of said Court following the
expiration of six weeks Irom the first pub
lication of this summons ; said first publi
cation being on the 6th day of March. 1S74,
and said next term ol said Court, commen
cing on the lT7t Ii day of April. 174 : and if
you fail to answer said complaint, the
plaintiff will take judgment against you
lor the revival of a certain iudtrment ren
dered against you in said Court on the 21st
day of March, ls7, for the sum of 610 21-100
dollars with cost, and disbursements.
By order of Hon. v. W. I'uton. Judcre of
said Court, dated the second () day of
March, 1S. Huelat & Wakken,
Oman w Att'y for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon.
for the County of Clackamas.
John P.Gage. Plaintiff.
Nancy Bobbins, et. al.. Defendants.
To Nancy A. Ball and Larkln Ball, her
husband, two of said defendants :
IN THE NAM E OK THE STATE OK ORE
gon, you are hereby reumired to annear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit, by the first
day of the next term of said Court follow
ing tne expiration or six weeks from the
first publication of this summons; said
first public-it ion being on the fith day of
.-viarcu. i,i. and said next term of sa d
Court commencing on the 27lh dav of
April, PS74; and if you fail to answer "said
complaint, the plaintiff will applvtothe
1 ourt ior the relief demanded therein.
which is that you. the above named de
fendants with the other defendants in
said complaint named, execute to the said
planum herein a deed for certain land de
scribed in complaint as the south half of
the northeast quarter of section 31, town
ship 1 south, range 1 east, W illamette Me
ridian, in Clackamas County, State of Ore
gon, in pursuance of a written agreement
to that effect made by John D. Bobbins.
now deceased, in his life time with this
isy order of t he lion, w . w . C pton. Judge
of said Point, dated the second (2) day of
March, lh.4. HUELAT 4 WARREN,
6mar7w Att'n for Plaintiff.
4 T THE SOLICITATION OF
friends, I take this method of publicly
announcing mvself a candidate for the
Ottlr or SlierlfT of Clackamas County,
subject to the will of the approaching
oemocratlc Convention. A.C. iiAii-t.1.
4 T THE SOLICITATION
friends, I take this method of publicly
announcing mvself a candidate for the
office of County Judge of Clackamas Coun
ty, subject to the will of the approacning
W. L. WHITE.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
etc., etc.. etc., etc
Main 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 his new stock of Spring goods
(iive me a call and convince yourselves.
My motto Is,
" QUICK SALES AJf T SMALL PROFITS."
The highest market price paid for wool
Oregon City, Oct. 31, 1873-tf.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TTx-TirT?ncTTV n.T? P.T TT"OT3MTi
For the very best photographs, go to Brad
ley Jk Rulofson's Galery without STAIRS
Ascend in the Elevator, 429 Montgomery
Street, San Francisco, California.
Notice to Carpenters!
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO
noon Saturday, February -J8, 1S74, for
constructing a Dwelling House according
io plans and specifications in tny otneo.
Bids will be received to do carpenter work
only, and bids to furnish all material and
do all the work except brick-work.painting
i reserve the right to reject any and all
bids. F. O. MCCOWN.
S T 3E 3X ERS
"riI.L LEAVE FLANDERS WHARF,
t T Portland, at 6 o'clock.A. M.,as follows :
For Corvallis and Intermpdiatr Toints :
Monday, YVeUnestla y and Friday-.
For Albany and Intcmifdiatc Toints :
Monday, Tneaday, M'ediieMlay,Thar-
uay ana rrtday.
For Dayton, La Fayette and Minnvillc :
N a t n nl u j- and Monday.
Passage to Corvallis ,
Passage o Albany.... ,
Passage to Salem
P.. GOLDSMITH, President.
December 12th, 1873. tf.
In the County Court of Clackamas county,
Oregon. In the mutter of t he Estate of
Elizabeth MeGroavy, deceased.
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED ARE
hereby notified that I have filed my
final account and vouchers in the above
entitled matter, and the Court has appoint
ed Monday, the ,M day of March, A. D. 1874,
at the Court House, Oregon City, as the
time and place for tlie hearing of objections
thereto, and the examination and settle
ment of such accounts.
B. G. WHITEHOUSE.
Johnson & McCown, Att'ys. fcbtiw4
In the County Court of Clackamas county.
State of Oregon. In the matter of the
Estate of Jesse . lloone, deceased.
A LL PERSONS INTERESTED ARE
Xjk.. hereby notitied that I have filed mv
final account and vouchers In the above
entitled matter, and the Court hasapjioint-
ea jionuaj, me za aay or March, A. D.,
174, at the Court House, Oregon City, as
the time and place lor the examination
and settlement of such accounts and the
nearing of objections t hereto.
Feb. 6 5w Administrator.
-fctli Ori-aiicl Grilt Concert
FOR THE BKSEFIT OF TIIK
PIBLIC IJBRVllY OF KENTUCKY.
OVER A MILL1UN IN BANK I !
a n r
A FULL DllAWIXO ASS Ult RD.
On Tuesday, 31st Day of Marc h, Next,
Only G0.0O0 tickets have been Issued and
LIST OP GlKTSi
One Grand Cash t'irt f&iO.OOO
One Grand Cash Gilt JtO.OOO
One Grand Cash Gift 50,000
One Grand Cash Gift 20,000
One Grand Cash Gilt 17,500
10 l ash guts, f ih.uoj cacti. hK.1,000
30 Cash gilts, 5,000 each, 150,1100
SO Cash git is, 1,000 each, 50,000
HO Cash gilts, 500 each, 40,000
100 Cash gilts, 400 each, 40,090
150 Cash gilts, )0 ea-h, 45,000
250 Cash gilts, '200 each, 50,000
3i Cash gifts, 100 each. 32.500
11,000 Cash gifts.
00 each, 550,000
Total, 12,000 gifts.all cash
The concert and distribution of gifts will
positively and unequivocally take place on
the dav now fixed, whether all the tickets
are sold or not. and the l '.OOO gifts all paid
in proiortioi to the number oi tickets sold.
PRICE OF TICKETS t
Whole tikets. -"0; Halves. ?i'j; Tenths,
or each'coupn, $5; Eleven whole tickets for
.-io-. 2' whole tickets for Sl.ooo- l in whole
tickets lor 25.000 : 227 whole tickets for $10.-
000. No discount on less than $500 worth of
TIIO. K. BR.VMLETTE,
Airent Public Library Kentucky, and
Manager Oift Concert, Public Library
Building, Louisville, ky, febl.lwl.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
FOR 00 DAYS!
Strictly For Cash, Only
Our ISiatire Sloclt ol
Clothing-, Dry Good, Roots and SHor s,
Ilutx, FuriiinkliiT Ciood, Jew
elry and Fancy Good,
WE INTEND HEREAFTER TO DO A
nd will be enabled to give everybody sat
isfaction, compared with prices elsewhere.
Give usacall mid examine for yourselves.
LEV t EROS.
Oregon City, Jan. 1st, 1871.
OREGON JLOIGIi XO. 3, I. I. .
Meets everv Thursday jvgtg-,
evening at 7 4 o'clock, in the Hfe
Odd Fellows' Hall, Main "agS
street. .Members of the Or
der are invited to attend. By order
rbbiscca ikc:rick lodck no.
3. 1. O. O. F., Meets on the -75
Second and Fourth Tues
day eveninsrs each month,
at '7U o'eloek. in the Odd
Fellows' Hall. Membersof the Degree
are invited to attend.
MULTNOMAH LODGE NO. 1, A. V.
it A. M., Holds its rejrular com
ds its rejrular com- a
on the First and t
vs in each month,
om the 20th of Sep. ' x
at 7 o'clock from the 20th of Sen
tember to the 20th of March: and 7k
o'clock from the 20th of March to the
20th of September, lirethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
Uy order of M.
FALLS ENCAMPMENT NO. 4,1. O.
rt "c ri r, fAi rn
Hall on the First andThird Tues- jST
dav of each month. Patriareh V
in good standing are invited to attend.
JOHN M. BAC0X,
IMPORTER AND DEALER A
In Books, Stationery, Perfum- 4
ery. etc.. etc. n
Oregon City, Oregon.
WAt Charman A Warner's old stand
lately occupied by 8. Ackeman, Main st.
M 3 Ii-C II A. VD ISB.
THOMAS CHARM AN
fESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
I 9 of Oregon Citv and of the Willamette
Valley, that he Is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, inai
A JfimlU Six rence it Better than a Slow
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where 1 purcnasea one oi ine
LARGEST 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, v
Hosiery of Every Description, .
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Plated ware, Glassware,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming tlons of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
ever offered in this market, and was seleted
with especial care lor tlie Oregon City trade,
All of which I now offer for sale at the
Lowest Market Ra es.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods for
I am IM tenmned to Sell Cheap and not to
allow myselt to be
UNDERSOLD IX THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Oregon City enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand 01
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless lor me to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you in the sale of
goods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All 1 wish to say is
Comr, and Si'P.and Examine for Yourselves
for I do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old lriends now
that lam still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, tor cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all lor the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
IJIO.-S. CllAlt.MAIS ,
Main Street, Oregon City,
Iegal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. THUS. CHARMAN.
ff"o0,000 lbs wool wanted by
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
TITHE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOROF
i the Livery Stable on Fifth street.Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Saddle and Ilugg-y Horses,
Iiujrgieii, inrrlagnand Hacks.
He will also run a hack to and from the
WILHOIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with pood
horses.competent and gentlemanly drivers.
FAKE AT LIVING RATES.
J. M. FRAZER, Proprietor.
Oregon City. May 27. 1873.
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
"VITHICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
Tf j can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
7"1 warrant my goods as represented.
1,000 DEER SKINS
4 LL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES, FOR
2V. which I will pay the hiirhes market.
price in cash Bring on your hides and cret
vrviir rn i n frtr 1 1-
J v.aa vv- Ill,
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July II, 1873-m3.
F R R E S II
ri"K UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCES
jl 10 me cnizens or Oregon City that he
luuiJiriicu 111s vjy6ier Saloon and Res
taurant. and can dish out Fresh Ovsters to
fill orders. Coffee, Tea and Chocolate
always on hand: also a general assort
ment of confectionary. Oysters served up
111 fvcrv si vie aesirea. iiuis aJVALt.
Oregon City, Sept. 26, 1873-tf.
STILL I N THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDING.
IT EEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
IV. of Family Groceries to be found mine
city. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produce.
Oregon City. March 28, 18T3.
A UCTIION AND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDbUW,
Conner of Front & Oalt st., Portland.
Estate. Groceries. General
chandise and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wed nesd a v and Saturday.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
t Private Ssile.
English Refined Bar and Bundle Iron,
English Square and Octagon Cast
Steel, Horse Shoes, Rasps,
Sheet Iron, It.
A large assortment of Groceries and Liq
uors. A. B. RICHARDSON.
Jan. 1, 1873-tf. Auctioneer.
MA A UFA CTOR I US.
Savier, Lalloeque & Co.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour.
Middlings, Blan and Chicken Peed. Parties
purchasing feed must lurnish the sack.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
31 A IV U FACTOliY !
I having Increased the di
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Corner of Muln and Tliirtl Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes tills method of Informing his old pa
trons, and as manv new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he Is now prepared,
with ample room, goodeinaterials. and the
very best of mechanics, to build aincw, re
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
an complete, any sort, ot a vehicle irom a
common Cart to a Concord Coach. Try me.
Blacktiniitliinjg, II erne or Ox Nlioeinfr,
and General Jobbing neatlv, quickly, and Q
cheaply done. DAVID S.Ml'1 H.
MASONIC HALL BUILDING,
on hand and for sale,
cheap for cash.
Office, Sittingroom, and
Hair, and Pulu
M a 1 1 r e s ses ,
Sieei:il attention given to C
work in all its branches. Orders fill' dwith
promptness. Repairing done, with neat
ness and dispatch. Furniture- mad" order.
Call and examine for yourslves. 17may72
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
They will also do Turninc of everv de
scription to order.
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
yAll work warranted. Shnn on the
River, in Lewis Shop Opposite Oregon
Time Tests The Merits Of All Tliinzs.
THIRTY YEARS is certainly loni: enough
timt.o prove the efficacy ol an im diciiie.
and tnat tne 1'am-K.iller is deserving 01 all
its proprietors claim lor it, is ampl proved
by the unparalleled popularity it has at
tained. It is a sure and effective renn dv.
It is sold in almost every country in the
world, and it needs only to be known to be
prized, and its reputation as a Medicine of
Great Virtue, is lully and i-rmanently es
tablished. It Is the great Family Medicine
ot Great Virtue, is lully and permanently
establaished. Jt Is the great Family Med
icine of the age. Taken internally.it cures
Dysentery, Cholera, Diarrha-a, 1 ramp and
Pain in the Stomach, Bowel Complaint,
Painters' Colic, Liver ( 01111 laint. Lvs, ep-
sla, or Indigestion, Sudden i olds. Sore
Throat and Coughs. Taken Externally, it
cur"s I-.ruises, Ixiils, 1-eions, uts, Burns,
Scalds, Old Sores and Sprains, Swellings of
t Joints, Toothache, Pain In the 1-ace.
Neuralgia and Rheumatism, Chapped
Hands, Frost Bitten Feet, Ac.
Pain is supposed to be the lot of us poor
mortals, as inevitable as death, and liable
at any time come upon us. Therefore, it
Is lmortant t hat remedial agents should
be at hand to be used on emergency, when
we are made to feel the excruclat ing agony
of pain, or the dei ressing influenc-s of
ditease. Such a remedial exists in Perry
Davis "Pain-Killer," the fame of which
has extended over all the earth. Amid the
eternal ices of the Polar regions.or beneath
the intolerable and burning suns of the
tropics its virtues are known and api re
clated. And by it suffering humanity has
found relief from many ol its ii is. Th ef
fect of the Pain-Killer upon the patient,
when taken internally in cases of Cough,
Cold, Bowel Complaint.Cholera.Dysei.tcry,
and other affections of the syst- m, has
been trulv wonderlul, and has v on for it a.
name among medical preparations that
can never be forzotten. Its success in re-
external remedy, in
cases of P.urns, Pruises, Sores and Sprains,
Cuts.Stingsof Ins-cts.A-c.aiid other causes
of suffering has secured for it the most
prominent rosit ion among the medicine
Srm.enday. Re are of counterteits and
worthless imitations. Call for Perry Tavis
Vegetable Pfltn-Killer, and take no other,
pti. Sold by Druggists and Grocers.
Etray iSTotice !
TKEN CP BY THE SCPSCRIHER ONE
and a half miles northwest of Sandy
Fridge Clackamas County, one muly cow
su posed to be six or seven years old ; her
color is black, with white face and white
belly, and some white on back bone ; no
enr marks or brands.
K eU I 17 C JONAS CLINE. Jr.
Theatiove described cow was a- praised
by me this 13th dy at twen-
t-five dollars. H. McGl GIN . J. P..
To Whom it Majr Toneern.
-TOTICE IS nERERY GIVEN THAT I
i will not be res' onsible for any debts
contracted bv any oth-r person on m- ac
comraci a . ISAAC M. FOSTER.
Orccon City, February 13th, 1874.