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OREGON CITY, OREGON", 311 R. U, IS74.
READ TLTIS 2TOTICE
Many of our patrons are inJebteJ to
ufor.subscription and advertising.
Some aro behind for several years, and
for whom we have bought white paper
and worked. Thw we cannot atrbrU to
do alWKvs. rav dav must come, and
unless they come forward soon we
m coionelled to close our account
with thorn and give tiie bilk to some
itorson wno win see iiiat pv iiibih :
see that payment
i made. All jersons in arrears lor , chief, always leading us to victory in
subscription who will pay before the 1 subduing the fiery element with that
niiddre of next month what they owe, calmness and decision of character
and pay one year in advance, we will that makes the noble man and fireman
charge at the' rate of S-ioO per annum. ; Hnd that we have always found in him
After that date we shall charge 93 when j the untiring, vigilent, zealous and im
not strictly paid in advance. We can- j partial chief, 1 ki'mt nrt'i wl""-"
not afTor J to buy paper for those who of the whole Fire Denartment Dressing
think pavdav never comes. He trust i
those it iebted will pav without further
notice. A. NoirxKn, Publisher.
Oregon City, March 1:1, 1.374.
O tiK' jos City School District. T!io
following is tiie report of the Oregon
Ci:v school district : Whole number of
Voters, 2H females over 20 years of f
a 'e 171 ; under 4, GO ; between 4 and 20,
1V males over 20, 2H; under 4. 52; le
t veeh and 20, 17S. Total fern lies,
4l; nnles, 47S; population, W2. Nuin
b r of persons over 4 and under 20, .Ti;
p i .il attending City Seminary, 17 ;
L -.'...... :itr..ii !iiicp L": teachers em
ployed,-!; n lines, rvirali A they, i n- !
'' " i .... 1. II.... ,..br. i
mirv Department: Kite llun-rtker.
Frep iratorv ; Thomas Nicholson, Math
e mtical: W. W. Mwclind. Scientific;
I. Mln Maerum. Higher English and
daisied, and Principal of Nominarj'.
Number of months of school er year,
10. "A n tui il salary of female teachers,
SIX); male. $1.0)"); principal, $1,200.
lirade of school: Primary, liiterm?
di Ue and Academic. Amount of Dis
trict tax levied and collected, $2,701 :M.
It vnivt d from State, ?2:V HI. coin, and
$:ry:i enrreii"v; from county, $S71 Ifcl
coin, and il 01 currency. Amount paid
tj.tchers lat year, $:J,f)'; repairs; &m
Ml; inci lental expenses, $.")02:U. Valu
ation of school property, fl.uOO; appar
Private schools, 1 ; number teachers
e n )l V; d,2; number nupils, so ; names
of teachers, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Pope.
Sciunv Kit's Monthly yon March.
The ma intains of western North Caro
lina are the subject of Mr. I'M ward
King's graphic " treat South" contri
bution to S.;ribiKT's for March; which
is i iconic inied by a profusion of illus
tn'.ioiw troui skeethes by Cii inipney .
Dr. R.ljinson discourses" in the same
mi uner of the Women of Arabs; and
t lero is a brif account of " The Heiress
of vVashington," a very interesting
little hit of history. Two articles of
otwiul importance are
n i icrs on John Smart Mill.iiuJ an un
i.n i issi in ;d, Init not the b'sx startling
n-e'o.int of the "Credit M !ilier." Tiie
Old Cabinet is full of "Misery," and in
Culture and progress" is a notice of
moiiii; length ot tiie ' New P.K-t," James
U vle O'K.-illv.
Sl'xpknded. Tiie mail contract be
tween Portland and Oswego has been
Miispeiided. This will be a great ineon
viMii.mco to a large number of people,
and as f a it place i- now being rapidly
tilled up witli people, the importance
of .mail facilities are imi'li more needed
than heretofore. However, the weekly
rvi -e heretofore "rendered was but
little better than none. The boats run
daily from this place to Portland, and
ihtic ought to lie a duly mail from
this plie.- to Oi.vego. We know the
boat co. id my will "perform tile service
for a sin ill.et.iii-:ideraiion.
Fatal Ai'ci.knt. From the News
v4earn th:it a man named .loiin.son.
who ha '..en working in Lawrence's ;
1 gi:ig eainp n ar Owego, Cl ickanias j
cvinlv, wax fit ill v injured onSiiiirJ.iv j
list, iiv tiie filling of a tree whieii had !
be ei for.nerly f-llcl and L Igjd in tie? j
li".i:i -he of "tin s inoim ling timber, i
falling at the m orient w.ien the unfor- ;
til'.ut - lili'.l chiuecl t) lass III', 1 M". I
brt ikin? his baek and hip bones, and j
itth'irwi? severely injuring him. from !
thrt lfji":.s of which he died at 4 o'clock i
Or,iim.e:i. --l:i th?27lh nit.. Hard
itig'Cf.ange, in this county, was organ
ized witli 23 charter mem'iers. (Jeorge
Clir'k. M ; A C Wilbur, Se; li C i I a w-l-.y,
; J T M is on. L ; Kb Cres vell. S;
T.o:n i- Fo-ter, A S; .1 M Shall, C;
MrsC lliwlev, Trias; Alex Hut, !;
Mi's.1 M ri ieev. li A S; Mrs AS.u Un
ci's, C; Mrs L scriesilin, P; Mrs Snail,
F. Aft r tli ; org mi.ation, tue fi range
w is invited to supper prepared by M r.
Jas.:Tra -v. Toe supofc-r was excellent,
an 1 the 'irinrers proved to Mr. Tracy
that thev und -rstood that part.
To (in vnoi'.s. We wool I be under
obligations to our friends to seud us
such information as may be of interest
to the Order for publication. Some of
th3 o.lbvrs of the order take particular
jiiirn in keeping newsam itter from us.
1 h on c ise, that of Marshiield U range,
the S 'ereturv was instructed to send
us a cope of the proceedings, but refus
cl to do" his duty, and what informa
tion wof got in regard to the matter, we
had to t ike from our exchanges. Our
columns are, and ever have been open
for any inform ition that may be of in
terest to tiie Onler.
LinKhAL. A couple of ladies, having
learned that there was a family in des
titute circumstances, in fact actually in
U 'ed of bread, visited our business men
last Monday and in a very short time
procured a "wagon load ot provisions
and ten dollars in coin. One of the 1 a
dios inform us that the donations were
mid? with the greatest cheerfulness,
and showed a liberal disposition on tho
pari of citizens.
S'kw Giianoe. On the 21th ultimo,
Mount Zion Grange, in this county,
was organized with"J7 charter members.
The olue.n s are as follows : Samuel
It UH'V, M ; W II M ittoon. See; Timo
thy liou en.O; .1 W P aim ateer, L ; Clid
eoti Fl-sworth, S; Daniel Palniateer, A
S; W II LivVriuore. C; Mrs Itlioda
Wa le, Treas; John Tracy, ; ; Mrs An
nie Pa'liil iteer. L A S ; Mrs K Ina Davis.
C: Ma Caroline Mattoon, P; Mrs Mar
garet Folsom, F.
- A Wp.etch. In our advertising col-
unins will Ik' found a summons to Dr.
W. IL Roberts. Our readers will re
rnernber that this indivilual left his
Taniilv here sometime since, and we
-ire iiiformed that he has married a wo-
man in Iowa, near Carlinville. The
' wretch ought to be tarred and feather
ed. . Arreted. A number of our young
men in town were arrested last Wed
nesday on a charge of riotous conduct
'in disturbing a writing school. Two of
them were tried and found guilty, and
the others plead guilty and paid a
small line, llather expensive amuse
ment. Looks Like Hcsixess. The blast
furnace at Oswego fired up last Tues
day, and when proper heat will have
been attained the first blast of ore will
be put in, and from that time until the
furnace requires new lining, it will
probably be kept in constant oieration.
Full. There was not a proxy in the
County Convention last Saturday, and
all but one precinct was represented,
rd that,, had only one delegate. That
shows there is an interest manifested
by the people in political coatters.
To Col. IF. L. White, Ez-Chief Engineer :
At a meeting of Fountain Hose Co.
No. 2, held march 11th, lS74,the follow
ing resolution was otTered and unani
mously adopted, to-wit:
JiEsoLVED, That, whereas Col. W.
1j. White, late Chief .Engineer of the
Oregon City Fire Department, on retir
ing from his oflicial capacity carries
with him the good willand we'll wishes
of this entire company, and that we ad
mire in him those manv sterling qual
ities of an etlieient chief and brother
fireman ; and we return our sincere
thanks to him for his many kind cour
tesies and for his zeal in tiie ilisclmrtrp
or ins aruuous duties whilst he was our
t!ie claiun m tiie , ... it unootu
citizens ami city council lor comforta
ble quarters, good aparatuses, etc., lor
the advancement of the Department in
all its branches, for which we azain re
turn our thanks; and that a copy of
this resolution be furnished our'late
chief, an I be spread upon the minutes,
in full, and that the Esteuprise be re
quested to publish the same as a matter
Dated, Oregon City, March 11th, 1371.
A. C. Daily, .Secretary.
I-etteii L.isx. The following is a
list of the Letters remaining in the
I'ost-oince at Oregon City, March 13ht,
- . "
N U Alkire, Mrs. Margarett Beeson,
W L Uarclay, Leek Covin (2), Lucius
M D -rlermy, II S Lo'wderbaugh (-) ,
Mrs Freeley Mattoon.J P Mattoon (2),
Klias Moshier, James McGrew, Johnny
If called for, please say when "adver
Used." J. M. Bon, P.M.
llKTfuxKD. Mrs. m. Holmes, who
has been absent to 'a'bbrnia, attending
on her sick son, Capt. S. D. Holmes,
returned on the steamer yesterday.
We learn that the Captain isslowlv
recovering. Miss Mollie and Frank
Holmes are still in Oakland.
Notick. Th? Sheriff gives notice to
day to those who have not yet paid
their taxes. Those whom it concerns
had better take notice and be governed
For Salk. A fine farm is advertised
for sale in this paper, locatedaoout uv
miles from this city. It is a desirable
piece of property. For particulars see
PuiKNrEi).-Mr. J. N. Durham, of
j this county, presented to the Slate of
Oregon a beatii'ul pair of doer's antlers.
They are in the oilice of the Secretary
In Town. Dr. Steel, an old and high
ly esteemed former-citizen of this place,
now of Olympia, was in town last Wed
nesday. Personal. Mr. A. C. Maedonald,
traveling agent for the San Francisco
Chronicle, gave us a call last Saturday.
Or r AuAiN. The damage to the Fan
nie Patton having been repaired, she is
again on the river in service.
Sheiill' Parker, of Linn county,
who went toS.il) Francisco, recentl; ,
in pursuit of an escaped convict, re
turned last week without his victim.
Nk'.v 1 loo lis. Ml J. . Powell,
agent for Clackamas, is now canvassing
ttic county for .-inscriptions to the
" Wild Life in the West." and the
"History of the Orange Movement."
" Wild Life in the Far West" is a vol
ume of ass pages, quarto size, in good
type, on sine white paper and hand
somely hound. It contains, also, thirty-three
illustrations, some of them on
tinted paper, and the frontispiece ele
gantly colored, the record ot lata.
iloous' experience is told ill a straisrht
i forward m inner and is very interesting
i in reauing. In audition to' the rel ition
j of hunting, trapping, and Indian tight
i ing incidents, gives the writers' exper
i loncc in toe Mexican War and in that
j between .June, and the Imperialists
I under Maxiiuilliau, in both of which
i the author took an active part The
: h i.-tor v of t he range movement or, the
j farmers' war-ngainst monopolies ; be-
ing a full and authentic account of thi
j struggles of the American farmers
i against the extortions of the railroad
1 companies. With a history of the rise
I and progress of the Order" of Patrons
of Husbandry ; its objects, present con-
d ition and prospects ; to which is added
1 "Sketches of leading Orangers. This
I is the best book ever sold bv subscrip
San l''raiicisco .Market ltcport.
San Fkaxcisco, March 11.
heat in Liverpool Average California,
ls .d;(Vts. Oregon, las.
Flour Sup -run-, . '"tivviTo; extra, $0 37,
Wheat i oast, $1 !ia,a,l i5.
Harley Coast feed, 1 .17 1 50 ; bay feed
1 as ; bay br.'wmg, il otiivvl ".
ats liood supply in market ; prices are
1 1 S).
Wool Quiet, fine to choice clear, ldt').
Portland Market Keport.
Wednesdu', March 11, l.STJ
Gold In New YorK. to-dav. HJ'a.
Portland Legal Tender rates, 8U buying;
V) s 'Illllg.
Wii -at Demand is good at $1 t5cll 70
Oals !!'$ 17 i bushel, sacked and deliv
Flour Inconsequence of the condition
of th.' wheat mark-'t, Hour lias been ad
vanced to $.j o:li4,ti 0).
butter The receipts are large and the
market well stocked with all qualities.
Prices range from 2!it'25 cents.
Kggs Market supply full; prices firm
at : cnts r dozen.
Wool Tiie mark"t continues dull and
quotations aro furnished at l!Ki-20c s lb lor
a good article.
liaeon The supply on hand remains
abundant. sides are quoted at 10,lle:
Hams, 1-V$16c, and prime Shoulders at
Oregon City Market Keport,
t JERPRtsE Office, March 5, 1S74.
icgai lend ts. buying, S! : s-dling !I0!4.
i.'1"1" script, iti : it scrip. S3,
i tie following are tiie buvmg prices for
procluc ', and tho S"llin!r nnee tor ..t hers r
Lti Vn,!1""l"n?il"J JKl ar,a" selling at
i.,1.7,Uri,'KKl suPP!y in market, and sell
ing at f- 0 I'tvti '
il.orjldrSA.rV (luot"d at $23 per ton;
on hand hria i2' wli full supplies
ar-.'n'irin'V-C1?" ,riuaI to demand; buyers
tV, V ln-cents.
KSs Per Pound.
it !r n5r J pr Sown.
Apples are brinin
stocks in market ;
p-aches 11 eemc ".n-.r pound ;
AfKn A .
"acnes il cents ;
lums 15 c-nts.
Currants lu&15 cents
v-1 V ' 1 1 1 . nor rvmnH
l lums lo c-nts.
. I.i,l9 cents : Island 9-a
eorenned. 13ril2H cntv
.vfl 'T Pound, and ot li
10H ; San Francisco
Tea Itic? DDotit.-
or brand, ra;,.;rv"P::CPr-Un1. hd Oth
. iioill V (L.a f nt t
CofT'c R.st article m cnts
Salt Ranging from 1'V
wSsr50 c"nts pcr eall";n; 1,081 articie
Bacon-Hams 1C413 c-nts; Shoulders
10 cents : sids, H-vll cnts per pound
I Jird Per pound 14,413 cents.
Oil Pevoe's Kerosene pcr gallon,60a75
cents ; Linsed $1 2.3.
Repf on foot Good fat cattle And ready
sal" at cnts on foot.
Pork We quot- at ai46 cents.
Sheep Few offering -, quote at $2 503 50
Ilids Gre?n at from $23, owing to tho
s!t9 ; dry 13 cents pr pound.
In Canemah, Feb. 2Cth, 1874. Elmer E
son of Capt. tieo. and -N'ancvJerome a-ed
12 years, ti months and 16 days. '
The Parker Gun. We take pleas
ure 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 ana
the thorough test given it in the 'field
bv our Iriend Capt. Green li. Samuels
vvarrant us in asserting that it is the
best breecli-loadimr shut gun in the
world. The simplicity of construction
the ease with which it can be loaded or
unloaded, the facility with which the
load can be changed from small to
large sfiot enabling the sportsman, in
an instant, to adapt his change to am
s - i ? that may present itself th".
ease with which it may be kept clean
-iiny 10 a country w here noth
ing out muzzle-loading ammunition
can be procured, all combine to recom-
mena it to e ery sportsman who can
appreciate a periect towlinir niece
"Warren Sentinel ; (Front Itoyal, Va.)
The Oreat AntaonUt of 13Kea.no.
What is the great natural antagonist of
disease? It is the vital principle. From
the moment that disease 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 csiuse in this life and death struggle?
.Should it depress and cripi le the phsvTcal
energies of the patient.therebv helping the
disorder, or should it reiniore'e the vitality
ot the patient and thereby assist in quell
ing the ailment? Of course the proper
answer to this question must be obvious to
every one above f tie fsrade of an idiot or a
lunatic, and hence it follows that the weak
and broken down invalid who chooses to
dose himself with depleting slops, instead
of toning, invigorating and vitalizing his
his enervated frame witti llostelters Stom
ach P.itters, must be either feeble minded
or deranged. Surely nothing short of im
becility or insanity could induce a txrson
laboring under bodily weakness and ner
vous prostration, to take day sifter day
powerful dos -s of some drastic purgative
in the hop of gaining strength thereby.
Although charlatans may advertise prejj
aratiens of this charac as tonics, people in
the full iossessioii of their reason can not,
one would think, accept them as such. It
they do the penalty of their credulity may
be the shortening of their lives. The rheu
matic, the dyspeptic, the bilious, the debil
itated and nervous, all who are subject to
intcrmittents, or other diseases brought o"
by the inclement welter which prevails at
this season, will do well to strengthen their
nerves, tone their stomachs and regulate
their bowels with the Hitters. The two
fold operat ion of the restorative as an in
vigorator and an a : ri"nt , in addit ion to
its direct and s lecific effect upon th" dis
ordered liver, reiel'TS it a most, efficient
rem"dy for complaints of the digest ive, se
cret ive and excretive organs, at present in
use. This fact is conceded by eminent
members of the faculty whose testimony
to that etTeet is published in llostcttcr's
Almanac for 1S74.
lt is a rare t hing that physicians give any
countenance tf a medicine, the manufiic
turc of wiiicii is a s"er-."t. About the only
xce; tion we know of is Johwton' Anrxljjnc
Liniment. This, we believe, all endorse,
and many of them us ? it in their practice
vitli great suee-'ss.
I'ersons requiring purgatives or pills
should be careful what tl'eybuy. Some
pills not. only cause griping pains, but leave
the bo vejs in a torpid, costive state. V'.r
xon'x J'uriintive W'.t will relievo the bowls
i nd cleanse t lie blood without injury to the
FOREWAUXINOS OF t'OXSTM V TION, Ko-
aieni Oct that a cough, a cold or same ot her
common atr -ction ot the throat or lungs
il lays pr-'eedes Consum j tion and that all
thes.' ailments ar" cur 'd with absolute c"r
ainty by Hate's Jrnn of J orehouwl tin'l
Tar will cur ' you. rittetif oil's, 7 th aven
ii". .Sold by all Oruggists.
I'ike's Toot hache 1 ro: s cure in 1 minute.
For the very best photographs, goto Hrad
ley fc Ilulofsor.'s tilery without. STA1US
Vscotad In tfn- lOlevsif isr, tj;l Montgomery
Street, San Francisco, California.
SYfiUUftS G.ii A KM
l ie.ll, hi'-avy h'-adache, obslruclion of na
sal passages, discharge tailing into throat,
sometimes profus", watery, acrid, thick
and tenacious, mucous, purulent, muco
urn.ient, bloody, putrid, oir.'tisive, 'tc. In
fliers a dryness, dry, watery, weak or in
Mani -d eyes, ringing in ears, deafness,
aa '.v king and coughing to el":tr t lie throat,
ulcerations, scabs lrotii ulcers, voice alter
ed, nasal twang, ofTMisive breath, im; nir
d smell and taste, dizziness, mental ilc
r ssion, tickling cough, etc. Only a few
f the above symptoms are likely to be
res Tit in any case at onetime. Xo disease
is more common or less understood by
physicians. The proprietor of lr. Sage's
atarrii Remedy will pay $'M reward for
an incurable cas".
HEAD M'JIAT IT WILL DO.
I'.iiook vn.i.K, l'a., April L"7, 1S72.
in. It. V. KlKllOK.
Sir Having first apjilii d to a numb- r of
!ioai physicians and tailed to get r -lief, I
resolved to try your lt-medy. l-'our bottles
have complet"ly cur -d me ofoneofthe
vorst cases of l.'atarrh of fiich I have any
nowI"dge, having sutfTed for months
vit h an acute pain in t lie head, and breat h
"l only wit li the "rreatost difficulty. I deem
It due yon as well as suit" -ring humanity
that this recognition be made of what wo
deem an invaluabl- medicine.
C1IAS. I). ANDF.USOX.
C0P4FESSI0NS OF AN INVALID.
Puni.tsiiEn as a WAitxiNO and for the
ben 'fit of VorNO Men anii orifEtts who
suffer from NFItVOl'S DKilll-ITV, I-JS.S
l F M A N I IO )1 ), etc., i oint ing out the ninum
of xftf-enre. Written by Nathaniel XIay
fa IK, Ksq., who cured himself after under
going cousider.'i ble quabkerc, and mailed
ir 'e on receiving a post-paid directed enve
loH', by the publisher,
UK. JOHN XI. DAtiNAT.Tj,
11 Clinton Street, lirooklyn, N. V.
Time EiIcjisIimI to 3Iarl 1, 1K74.
The time forthe purchas 'of the following
Text-Hooks, at nitrodie'tory rates, has been
extended to March 1, 1.S74, and may be had
from the undersigned :
Harm's' Hri' f History of the IT. S $1 (Ml
Clark's Beginner's Orammar !
1 'lark's Normal ( ira m mar 70
Xlonteith's Introduction toUeography
l'acilic oast, i-.dition 1
Steel's Fourteen Weeks in 1'hiloso'ihy. 1 IH)
Sfel's Fourteen Weeks in Physiology. 1 0(1
Wood's I '.ota nist and Florist 1 70
f'rooks' Normal Mental Arithmatie 30
Pacific Coast Fifth Header M
JOHN XI VERS.
It will lx seen from an ad vertionient
in another column, that the Agent of
the Public Library, Touisville, Ken-
tuck v. has ov a million Ullars in
Hank, ami that he assures the public of
a full ilrawiniron the .jitn .March next
The list of iritis is exceed inglv a It ra
ti vc ami the high personal character of
the nianairer is a e-o iraiuec I'at thev
will preform what they promise.
Fon Sale. We will sell either a Flo
rence or Li rover it Haker Sewing Ma
chine at San Francisco oriees. In order
that those who desire a machine, find
are not able to pav t lie entire amount
inn' be accommodated, we will sell
them on the installment plan, payable
so much per niontn until pam tor.
OBSTACLES TO 31 ARK I AGE.
Ilappv Relief for Young Xlcn from the
cfT'cts of Krrors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood rest ored. Impediments to Xlar-
Ti.m removed.-New method of treatment
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks and
.;rinl'iN s.-nf free, in sealed envclojKiS.
i.i.irocc iroVAHI ASSotTATION. No. :
South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution having a high refutation for hon
orable conduct and professional skill,
Ioney ! Money I
MONEY TO LEND IX SUMS OF ?500,
Oregon Citv, March 10. 1S74.
malStf " JOHXSON A McCOWN.
TAX-PAYERS IN ARREARS A"RE RE-sn-ctfully
notified that taws are ovcr
du", and unless pavment Is made soon,
costs will be added "
, " A. F. HEDGES.
- -&rcb 13 f Shriff of Clackamas Cr.
1H70ULD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
T Oregon City and vicinity that he is
prepared to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CEDAR LUMBER,
Of every description.
DRY FLOORING, CEILING,
si'HVCE (for sh-lving.) LATTICE,
PICKETS, FENCE POSTS (Cedar)
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at as love rates as it
can be purchased in the istate.
tiive me a call at the
OKKGON CITY SAW MILLS.
March 13, 1S71 .if
In the Circuit Court for the State of Oregon,
for the County of C ackamcu.
XIary A. Roberts, Plaintiff,
,Vni, II. Roberts, Defendant.
To NVm. II. Roberts, said defendant :
TN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF 0R
X cgon : You are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
a'ainst vou in the above entitled suit on
or before the first day of the term of said
Court following the expirat ion ot six weeks
from the public-it ion of this summons,
said term of said Court will begin Xlon
day, the 27th day of April, 1S7I ; and if you
fail so to apix-ar and answer said com
plaint, the plaintiff will apply to the Court
lor the r lief prayed for in .-aid complaint,
which is a dissolution of marriage contract
existing between you and defendant, and
for costs and disbursements of this suit.
Summons published by order of Hon.W.
XV. Up'on, Judge of said Court.- . ,
Dated March 71 h. IStit.
JOHNSON 4 MCCOWN.
mal3G Atty's for Plaintiff.
ORiGOH STEAMSHIP GO.'S
Sir. E. ZST. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
everyday Except Sunday, at 7 o'clock,
A. XI. Returning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at o'clock, P. XI.
Will leave OREGON CITY lor CORVALI.IS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Will leave OREGON CITY for XicXIINN
VI U.K. LAFAYETTE and DaYTON, and
all points between, every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. leaves
the i'.asin at i o'clock, A. m ., and connect
with tin; train at Canemah at V, a. m.
Leaves OREGON CITY for HARKISBCRG
and ECGENE and all intermediate points
fii: Fiinnie I'titton.
T....-.. olll'llllV CI'I'V fur U RWYaild
all intermediate points between twice ev
en- week. J. H. RILES, Agent.
Oregon City, 1-cbruary, 14, 1S71.
In the CH- euit Court of the State of (treton,
for the County of C'luckamds.
Arthur Warner, Administra-1
tor of the estate ot ..iary j i-iainiiu.
Prosser, deceased. )
William Prosser, John A.) Defendants
Fisher and A. XI. 1- isher. j
To William Prosser, one of the above nam
ed delendaiitb :
IN THE NAXI EOF THE STATE OF OUE
I gon.you are hereby required to appear
and ans.icr the complaint lileii against,
vou in the above etitiiled suit, by the tirst
day of tlu- t -nil of said court following t he
expiration of six weeRs lrom tic first pub
lication c.i tins su m moiis ; s.-ti: i i:rr pu i 1 1-
catioti b irig on t lie iit ii day ol March, 1S7I,
and said next term ot Court commencing
on t he 7t h day of April, 1.S71 ; and il you
tail to answer sa i;l com l.i i:it , t he plaint u"
will apply to tiie Court, for tie- reliei de
uianiieii t lier 'in, v. Incii is (!i!it a ctriuin
deed bearing dale June '.'Stli, 1SCI, mad- by
def.-ndants John A. l-'islier and A. XL Fish
er to you, the said William Prosser, pur
iMrting to convey certain real estate in
;iacliiimas County, State of Oregon, de
scribed in said deed as situated in and
beimr parts of s-'ctions eight and nine in
township t wo sout h, ran ire one cast , toget b
rwith all the personal property oil said
land claim at the date of said deed, be de
clared void and of no force orelTect.
i,y order ot the Hon. W. W. l.'j ton. Judge
of s:i id Court, dated the second (J) day of
March. Hf el.at fc Wakiikx,
iiiiiii4-7w. Att'ys for Plaintiff.
In the f'ireuit Court of the State of Orcyon,
jor trie uounty of T. facto. una.
Edmund Wilcox, Plaintiff,
.Mary Francis Wilcox, J-Defendant.
To Mary Francis Wilcox, said defendant.
( N THE NAX1E OF HIE STATE OF OR
L cgon, you are hereby required toapjvar
and ansver the complaint filed against
you in the above entit led suit, by the 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 li! h day of .March, 1S7!,
and said next term of said Court commen
cing on t he '27th day of April, 1S7I; ami if
you fail to answer said complaint, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court Jor the
r-lief demanded therein, which is for a
dissolution of the marriage contract .now
existing between plaintiff and defendant
Iiv order of Hon. W. W. Upton, Judge (,f
said Court, dated the second (J) dav of
.March, 17. HuklatA Wakp.kn,
marti7 Att'vs for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Clackainax.
John X. Smith and XIary Smith, plaintiff,
J. II. XIartin, Defendant.
To J. II. XIartin, said defendant :
J X THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORE
1. gon.you are hereby required to aptwar
and answerthecomplaint liied against you
in the above entitled action by the lirst
day of t he term of said C ourt following t he
expiration of six weeks from the tirst pub
lication of this summons; said first publi
cation being on the t;th day of Xlarch. 1S71,
and said next term of said "court" com men
cingoti thegrth day of April, 1S7I; and if
you fail to answer said complaint, the
pliint ilf will take judgment, against you
for the revival of a certain Judgment r-m-d
-red airainst you in said Court on thei'lst
day of Xlarch, lsti7, for the sum of iili2t-100
dollars with cost and disbursements.
l y order of Hon. W. V. Upton, Judge of
S lid Court, dated the second J) day of
March. 1S74. IIukt.atA- Wakren,
tmar7.v Att'y for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Clackamas.
John P. Gage. Plaintiff
Nancy Robbins, ct. a!.. Defendants.
To Nancy A. Ball and I-nrkin Ball, her
husband, two of Raid defendants :
IN TH E NAXIE OF TH E STATE OF ORE
gon, you are hereby required to apjwar
and ans.vcr the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit, by the first
day of the next term of said Court follow
ing the expiration of six weeks from the
first publication of this summons; said
first publication being on the 6th day of
Xlarch, 1.S74, and said next terra of said
Court commencing on the 27th day of
April, 1874 ; and if you fail to answer said
complaint, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for 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
plaintiff herein a deed for certain land de
scribed in complaint as th south half of
the northeast quarter of section 31, to un
ship 2 south, mngo 1 east, Willamette Xle
ridian, in Clackamas Countv, Stat of Ore
gon, in pursuance of a written agrrant
to that effect made by John D. Robbins.
no v deceased, in his life time with this
P.y order of th Hon. W. W. Upton, Judge
of said Court, dafd the second CZ) day of
March, 1874. HrjELATi Warres,
iramrrw Art's for Plaintiff.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
'V'OTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEX THAT I
-lA will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by anj- other person on my ac
count, from and alter this date.
Oregon City. March 5, 1S74. 4
THE BEAUTIFUL Q CARTER SEC
tion of laud, kno.vn as the Poise
claim, 5 miles from Oregon City, will be
offered for sale for a short time only. The
proprietor is not "hard up." For terms,
etc., apply to Capt. A. F. Hedges or Dec.
Barlow, Oregon Litv; or Willamette Farm
er office, Salem.
March 5 .-tf
rriLL LEAVE FLANDERS WHARF,
T Port land, at 6 o'clock.A. m., as follows :
For Corvallis aiid Intermediate Points :
Monday, AVediiedu- and Friday.
For Albany and Intermediate Points:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Tliurtt
day and Friday.
For Dayton, Lu Fayette and McMinuville:
Saturday and Monday.
Passage to Corvallis .....$2 00
Passage o Albany 1 50
Passage to iSalem 100
Passage to XleMinnville 100
B. GOLDSMITH, President.
December 12th, 1S73. tf.
In the County Court of Clackamas county,
Oregon. In the matter ot the Estate ol
Elizabeth XlcGreavy, deceased.
4 LL PERSONS INTERESTED ARE
I hereby notified that I have filed my
final account and vouchers in the above
entitled matter, and the t ourt has appoint
ed Monday, the I'd day of Xlarch, A. U. lbli,
at the Court House, Oregon I ity, as the
time and place tor the hearing of objections
thcr-to, and the examination and settle
ment ot such accounts.
B. G. WHITEIIOUSE,
Ad m i n ist rator.
Joiixsox A McCowx, Att'ys. febtivv4
In the County Court of Clackamas county.
State ot Oregon, in the matter ol the
Estate of Jesse V". Hoone, deceased.
4 LL PEItSONS INTERESTED ARE
1 V hereby notih id that I have filed mv
final account and vouchers in the above
entitled matter, and the Court has appoint
ed Xlonday, the 2d day of Xlarch, A. !.,
isa.aiwi" ourt. House, Oregon l itv, as
the time and place lor the examination
and sett lenient of such accounts and the
hearing of objections thereto.
W. C. JOHNSON,
Feb. Iiiri Administrator.
-1-tli Ch'and Gilt Concert
FOR T1IK BKXEFIT OF TUB
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
OVER A .MILLION IN BANK !!
a n r
A FULL. VHAWI.XO ASSURED.
On TuMdiiy, 31st flu y ofMardi, Next.
Only 60,000 tickets have been issued and
$1,500,000 ! !
1:2,000 CAW11 CMFT8.
LIST OF GIFTS:
i ine (ir;
I ne Gr;
10 1 '!
f.) t ;
100 ( :
l.".) ( -i
y ash Gift
5,i MO cacti,
50 cacti, 550,000
Total, 12,000 gi ft s.all cash
The concert and distribution of gifts will
positively and unequivocally take place on
tiie day now fixed, vhether all the tickets
are sold or not, and the 12,000 gilts all paid
in proportion to the number ot tickets sold.
PlilC'E OF TICKETS s
Whole tikets, f 50 ; Halves, ?25 : Tenths,
or each coupn. i": Eleven whole tickets lor
f5!i;t: 22.' whole tickets for $1,000; li:i whole
tickets lor 5,000 ; 227 whole tickets lor $10,
000. No (liscount on less than $500 worth of
TIIO. E. 15n.l3H.ETTE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky, and
Manager out oners, i nunc i.mrary
huikling, Iiouisvilb', Ky. febUwI.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
ITOlt .GO DAYS"!
Strictly For Cash, Only
Oiir Entire Stock, ot
ClofHIng, Dry fiooils, lioots anil Sliocs,
Hat a, Furnishing GomI, .Jew
elry nml Fancy Good,
TE INTEXH HKUEAI'TER TO DO A
Atul will be enabled to give everybodj" sat
isiaction, compared with prices elsewhere.
Oive us a call a nil examine tor yourselves.
Oregon City, Jan. 1st, lS7f.
oki:c;o loikji: xo. a, 1. 1. o.
Meets c-verv Thursday gc
pvoningatTU o'clock, in the i&gS&laii.
Odd Fellows' Hall, Mam "HSgsfiS
street. Members of the Or
der are invited to attend. I5y order
keiii-:cca i)F.citi:n i.onc;v:
I. O. O. F., Mvvts on the Aiefiii
Si-fon.l and Fourth lues- tJJ&
day evenings each niont h 2
at 7'i oVlocka.m tiie Odd
Fellows' Hall. Members of the Degree
are invited to attend.
iiUi.TXOM.iii i.odc;i: xo. i, a.f.
it A. M.. Holds its regular com- c
inunications on the First and vf".
Third S.iturdavs in each month,
at 7 o'clock from the Lflth of .Sep. ' x
tember to the 3th of March ; and 7h
o'clock from the HOtli of March to the
20th of Septeniiier. IJrethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
Hy order of W. M.
FALLS EXCAMPMCXT XO.4,1. O.
O. F., Meets at Odd Fellows'
Hall on the First and Third Tues
day of each month. Patriarchs
in good standing are invited to attend.
JOHN" 31. BACON,
IMPORTER AND DEALER
in nrw Lr Sf nt inn tt7 Pmifnm.
ery. etc., etc.
I Oregon City, Oregon.
"At Charraan & Warner's old stand
lately occupied by B. Aekmn. Main et.
M B li C II A JT DISS.
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Nimlle Six Pence u Better than a Slow
I have lust returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
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 Cups,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming Hons 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 t he Oregon City t rade.
All of which 1 now offer lor 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 lor
I am Determined to Sett Cheap and not to
allow my sell to be
LMOSOLD IS TIIE 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 of
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 docs
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is .
Come, and Si'i'.niid Examine for Yourselves
for I 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, fir upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed. .
THOS. CH A H.MAN,
Main tstrect, Oregon City,
Legal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. THOS. CIIARMAN.
B50,000 lbs wool wanted by
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
rpHE rXIiERsKiNEU PROPRIETOR OF
1 the Livery Stable on Fifth street.Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Saddle nml IJuggy Horsew,
Ituggics, t arringcxainl Harks.
Pi'iccs 1 ensoiKilile.
He will also run a hack to and from the
WILKOIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with good
horses, coniiK'tcnt and gentlemanly drivers
FARE AT LIVING BATES.
J. M. FRA7.ER, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 27, 1S73.
3lain St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF
warc, etc., etc.
-1,7-IIICII HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
T y can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
fc?"l warrant my goods as represented.
1,0 0 0 DEER SKINS
VLL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES. FOR
which I will pay flic htghes market
price in cash I-.ring on your hides and get
your coin for t hem.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, 1373-m3.
F 11 II E S II
O YST ETIS!
rilHE UNDERSIONED ANNOUNCES
M tO t lie Cit izens of flrr.frrn fit - V. ,
has reojened his Oyster Saloon and Rcs-
taurant. and can dish out Fresh Ovstcrs to
nil orders. Coffee, Tea and Chocolate
aiwais on hand; also a general assort
ment of confectionary. Ovstcrs served up
in every style desired. "LOUIS SAAL.
Oregon City, Sept. 26, 1873-tf.
STILL IN TIIE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDINC,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in the
cUv. All goods warranted. Goods delivered
i in t he city ire of charge. The highest casn
! pric paid for country produce.
I Omcoa City, .March 38. 183-
AUCTIIOF AZ'D COMMISSION:
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Corrnrr of It'iont & Oak tt(., Pottinnd.
Auction a I esj
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Mer
chandise and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
A. li. RICHARLSON,
Af FrivsKc Sale.
English Refined P,ar and Fundle Trea
i-nplish Square and Octngon Cast
tetecl, Horse shoes, Rasps.
Saws.Sorows,f rj-I'ans a
fchect Iron, R.
A 'aree assortment of Grocer! and Uq-
Jan 1 18-3-tr A' B' R1ClIARISON.
Jan. 1, 1873-tf. Auctioneer..
M A .V U FA C TORIES.
IMPERIAL ftff ILLS, :
Savier, Lallocque & Co. ; . '
Oregon Cif. 5;
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour. '" '
Middlings.Plan and Chicken Peed. ParUa
purchasing feed must furnlsn the sack.
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF I
XII E IMMENSE WrATEB STOCK OP
BOOTS and SHOES!
: AT THE :
Pacfic Boot & Shoe House.
Corn.T First and )loni.soa Slrcclv
Will bo Closed Out for the Next Thirty
Days At and Less Tlian Cost.
P It I C E Sr
Kid Foxed Ealmorals, f f 50
Men's Heavy P.oots
fiildr-n's Poots, ."."..."
Men's Kip Hand-made t UFlom S-sulrtf
Patridgc's Slaughter I iKts .".
do Grain Hunt ing 1 oots
Hibbard's l elcbrated Hand-made-
Smith, hamplin- Co. (Portland)
Custom French calf 6 50
Smith, Champlin fc o. (Portland). O
l tistom American calf - 6S0"- r
Men's bst (Quality Hunting 5 50
IJ American Hiding 6 00.
do Luekle Artie Overshoes 2 00 '
do Alaska do .. 15ft
do best quality Rubber do 1 00r
Women's Luckle Artie Overshos ISO
do ' lo do 1 25
do Self-acting Rubber do
Men's Screwd Frogans ITS
do Pegged do 1 0i
do California l alf. tap sole 4 .V
do do buff call, tap sole,. .. 3 5ft
FALL AKD WINTER CLCCS!
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shoes,.
Ladies and Gents- ;
i Furnishing Good,
etc etc., etc., etc
Jlla i 11 Street, Or.'on C'lty. "
Produce of -all kinds bought, for which I
pay t he highest market price. If you de
sire good Goods at I ow prices, call at
I. S E L I .V G S
and examine his new stock of Ppringgoods
Give mo a call and convince yourselves.
My motto is,
"QOCK SALES AST SMAI.I. PROFITS."-
The highest market price paid fornosl
Oregon City, Oct. 31, lS7.1-tf.
VT THE SOLICITATION OF MANY
friends, I take this method of j tiblicly
announcintr m.' self a candidate lor the
r s lierin of Clackamas f ountv,
subject to the will of the ajroaching
D"'"e.ertic' onventlon. A.C. UAILEY
VT THE. SOLICITATION OF MANY
friMids. I take this method of publicly
announcing m sell a candidate lor the
ofliee f ount. Judge ot Clackamas Coun
ty, subject, to the w in of the apiroaching
W. L. WHITE.
The 3Ifrits Of
THIRTY YEARSis certainly long enough
time to prove the fticacy ol any medicine,
and t hat the Pain-Killer is deserving ol all
its pro, rietors claim lor it, is amj 1 proved
by the unparalleled po( ularity it has at
tained. It is a sure and cifi'ctive rem dy.
It is sold in almost every country in the
world, and it neeas onl tt be known to be
prized, and its n-putation as a Medlcincof
ir at Virtue, is lully ana jm rmanentlv cs
tablished. It is the great 1-amily tediclne
of tir-al Virtue, is 111II3- and rmanently
establaished. It is t he gr -at J-annly Med
icine ot the age. 'iak n inti rnally.lt cures
Dysi-nt' ry, Cholera, Diarrl.tea, 1 ramp and
Pain in the Stomach, l.owel Complaint,
Painters' Colic, Liver 0111; lahit, l0"8ei
sia, r Indijrest ion, Sudden I olds. Sore
1 hroat and I ouirhs. 'taken Kxt rnally, it
cur' s I ruises, l.oils, F Ions, uts, I -urns,
Scald, Old Sor s ano Sprains, Hw lliti:SOt
th" Joints, 'loothach-. Pain in the race.
Neuralgia and Rheumatism, liai ped
Hands, l-rost luttcn Feet, Ac.
Pain is supposed to be t h - lot of us poor
mortals, as inevitable as death, and liable
atanytim" come iifon us. Therefore, It
is inii ortant that rem dial apents should
lx at hand to be used on emerg" ncy, when
we are made to feci tlv excruciatina agony
of fain, or the de ressing lnfluencs of
dit.r ase. Such a r medial exists in P rr
Divis' "Pain-Killer," the fame of which
has extended over all the earth. Amid the
eternal ices of the Polar regions.or benenth
the intolerable and burning suns or the
tropics its virtues are known and p :re
ciated. And by it suffering humanity has
found relief from many ot fts ills. 1 n ef
fect of the Pain-KIIler upon the patient,
when taken internally in caes of ( ougn.
Cold FowcI omi laint, holern .Dysentery,
and other ofT.-ctions of the syst m, ha
been truly wonderful, and has on lor it a
name among medical preparations that
cm never be forgotten. Its success In re
moving pln. as on external rned.' in
fa,s of l ums, I rinses. Sores and Sprains.
1 uts stings of Ins cts.Ac. and ntlirr causes
of suffering has secured tor It the most
nrominent position nmong the medicine
of th" day. I'ewnre of cr.unfertcits and
v ort hless imitations, fall for Perry Davis"
Vegetable Paln-Killer, and fake no other,
on, old by I vruggists and Grocers.
Estray Notice !
rpAKEN UP BY THE SUBSCRIBER ONI.
I and a half mil-s northvest o rauas
1 ridge, Clackamas County, one muly cow
su posed to be six or seven years old ; her
color is black, v ith v hit" race and white
belp , and some white on back bone; no
ear marks or brands.
Feb. 3. 1874. JONAS C LINE, Jr.
The above described cow vas a praised
bv me this 11th day of Fer ruary. t twenty-five
dollars. II. McGUGIN, J. P.,