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j THE EMTERPR!
OREGON IITV, OREGON, 3IAT Bl. IS74.
Dr. Thessinjr, of Milhvaukie, was m
i town last Monday.
i Mr. AW Kiuly and family left here
j thin week for Victoria.
Vm. II- AVarren lias 0110 to Yum
5 hill on an electioneering tour.
' Capt. Isaac W. Smith, who superin
tended, the construction of the Wks
X opposite this city, spent last Sabbath in
i this place.
: jlcv Mr.Scllwood returned from the
-Uound last Tuenrlay, and will officiate
-fat the Episcopal Church as usual next
1 lion II. II. Oilfrey, of Salem, -was
"in town last Monday, en route to the
Grand Lodge. I. O.O.F., which is in
; .jjsion at l'ortl md.
- The Misses Holmes returned from
California on. Wednesday morning,
where tl.ev hr.ve been. attending upon
Their hrofher,! the late Capt. S. 1).
Athoy returned last
W.lneshiv f ,
m a trip to California in
uearchof a no!
.l with the
p.intrv, and win iwivo
here iu soon
a can get awav .
1 Messrs. F:
Fi Pitt and Silvester
w urrived in this citv, with their
families, direct from Iowa. Thepro
nose to purchase farms and abide with
ia Thov have relatives living on the
Molalht, about twelve miles Irom here.
Messrs. A. C. liailey, John II. Shcp
ard, lieprescntatives ; J. M. ltacn,
Past Orand. and A. Noltner, It. W.
;r;md llc;.res,-nt:dive have been ul
tit this week, atten lnur the Grand
-eof O Id Fellows which convened
in Portland laM. Tuesday.
Mr. J. M- VVclsh returned from a
trip up the S.i.-iaiia nto valley on the
la.it steamer. He says farmers in that
T-illev will have abundant crops but
th..v 'will he soun-wliat late r than u-u-
i " 'im ..-..t-. I ; : t ii'sl 1 1 e r their li:iv !
crop, when Mr. W. b it there. He
fcvs I 'linn. '. Church will probably be
. buck on the next steamer.
Capt. Samuel I. !(!i:ie.
Tli' Co-is Hay News pays tli? follow
. ing trii'iite to the late Capt. 1 Ifdmes :
Tie' genial gentleman, well known
tnall who have; traveled th" up;cr t'u
v luntbi i and Snake rivers, died at O 1 1
liud. Cab. on the lt dav of t iiis mouth,
after an illness of nearly three years.
i 'at-iin lb l:n--s u':i-;ai .11 resident of
"Oifi'.n, a red about :',7 and went
to Call torn i l soi.ie !i:'ii(n veal's :;'oto
l.'.un -.tc.imboat :ie; un.ler t.i"
of iU llHeb', til.lt noble old
Major S uiiUcl J. Heiisb. y.
freight cl-rk on the T-iotie-r Joivdhan ;
in on account i i.ie s.n..lts ,
;!ln,A. ..t o o.itron. lie sioii e.i
on th" tri v :icm i:;at unlucK.v v s--ei
w it lost. ' Toe foll...viiir year le- ea;i;e
honn-to OrciT' -n an I entered the em-
j, ),,., ,,f l; ( ). S. N. ' as elcl k oil the
uo V-r C..ic.i:ibi:i, t'lem which he was
noon proiii: ted to a captaincy.
IF' u. is iic i: ly t!c bands;, ::iesi man
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wr.ii a : v.ortuy oi ncc
n' AT h.-iiian lio.-iiy :;ii 1
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llleli, l:c V.a
iiii'.iteK ; an
refill- d i- c-
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ni urn the .
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dc.k ; inb is
c.tit our !iu:::i !
ill t :-i -o i .-.
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that t vi-r tl'o.l
t -;:a'' we s. oily
i .r i . ;' .:.--t j in-
v. . . t tio A , li: IV
pra Vji : x 1 .i 1 1 lb
ever l-l-x m :d ov
I'.!-.Ni:ri I'. -The
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t . y I ! i
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ti'i lainwK el i:
r-:e an 1 the enti :
;d v.-.t; - t'.u ti-.m. Ti.
prxl fe.i' i''e w is tie-
) e.ei 'it v Turn
I'.icaly s nj..y..,d I'.y
'. l i "'.! i v i .1 a !!l 1
' '.'ills, ".vi:
; ' 1 1 I
pi'.e.iM. iit i:i all tht uiiVi-rent i-::ei'el -:,
un i t.'ie buys !iae every rea--li to feei
)reu I. Tliey ,'e;' i igtred out ill tin-anew
ue.i:. Tie. :'.nl while they are' gi.ii
rr.il ly :i ii im I 'iue !. t i . i' i 'in g n ten . X ii--'
"K'"i eh ithes" 1 1 1 -ii li- llieni j-resi-nta
vry fin-.' a;';.lM:iee. Ii v.v.uld he
' unjust f.ir us to ei itiei.' t!io j'li t'i rie-Hii.-e
of any one in tieul ir, as v
x!l ili.l Well. :i!l l in. lil'i.st e.T tie- tl ie's,
it wolll-1 be lOiViell'.!. te. tell w ll V. a - 1 1 1 e
be.st. M r. Slr.im in !es rv. v irreat en I
it t"r lii.s elV.u ts in behalf i.f the i.ivs.
The singiie' w.-.s :. e-.-l ! 1 .: . and u;is
1 1. il illy a !.' !i'ie,i. wli'.ch s e., : d t !:;t
it :is duly a;e.r( eiab-d. Tin- e- r( i.-es
of tie' Turners reeeivil i. 'ln is nf
e.i ll r f :'.:' !r l.e ,s
d. M ill (1 tliei.i. as
that tne Ij .s lifl
they all tried to " their hest. 'I'.ien -ceit-i
netted iVf. l. which is cert-.dnly
very ir""d. The I idi- s who ir"t n: t.he
f-utert liniueiit are deserving oi the
liiirle -t j-rai.-c, and we must .'itrriit u
lnte tin-in on inal.'ing t!u aih;.:r a grand
Il 1 w ni: :-Vo would
to A ware of a set of t-ed-
11:- 111 th'.S
eunty, and i
le in other
rcpn sei.t j
who have l i ke, the p-
l.irts of the S..,e. Th.
theniHclve.H as ngents i t'
UHiuneius ! .t -ire to t:
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nc I'l l i,-rs ti if '
.i.-, .iii.i - nil-, i me e;i.su in
-SMlleu s :U1 y,.., ,ul)
e;- knew of i
iiiein. l l ey tiniik now whih; f
die farmers. '
iiirougii l.'ie g;
t!ie:ns.-l ivs tVi
or M:eeukltil s
.11 gl .-,
ill il !
-' t i'.ving to fiec i
of mi t.ile-nu n
l'-idr.ee them '
to purchase t:u ;r
ifood. P-eware ii
io l.lie;!i W.Mi s m
, , , , , l" ' i;.oi in.i;
I'liks. 1 urehast- ut merchants ihtl
you know, and ivlio advertise. Tii. ji
uiterests are int( ., -V;th t of
:l .,..1, i:
nif lariiiers. an.! yoi; ,.n t.
ou w in g.-t what i on p
fr. " 1
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steamer I. X.
V ooue Will ,.;M i. ,!,:
ave th:se;:y r.e.-ct S'judav
lii'Tiiiag at 7'-.
t o'il ,ik for I'.uH mi.I
oil fit v Tui-m ;.. .
i.y ''tilers ,i!,n,'HV ,, V1 "
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tile exer :
eii,s of ii .,
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' li ;:i ! Will etitel ti'dn
t the E.;e. i ,...;
f'.l.-ers of Hi,. -.'.'.'.'
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pri?.'. Ti... i-,. -. ' , ":u'is ir a!
thM oecasi ',.., ,'"u.':1 V'111 -'!'d on '
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ifiTE.-A mini.ti.rof t' to , '
t,.,. . : -t f n e.-wnt of the -...,-. :
lin.'ui-A c I'-eti mi (L.I!U. , :
n sonic ones toes.
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1": -e ! ', 1,1 1 e uise iitin- t;)n s imstnthep f.iiU-.l to reach nts lies-i Aru.i.Qll.TTii.iil-TTnlhiilav candluate
Vit.-n ' 1 1 1 . a' 'S .t . , . ll t i . "i-1 ir-L
"bhikV'v,,;:','','1'1 .-ft." ami uHll ; tination week before last. The pack- j for the U. S. Senate two years from
l-bfe'l 'M' ''''e':Kr;Mhi:i-(1t;i,';s" i ae v':uS maiid liere on "Friday, and j n0w. He is elected for four years,
fraiii 0V',! rs.'.' !'.::s.v as tlit.Vir'V;' v" i we know that it could have been ! iinti wjH have a vote for Senator in
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1 Terrible Disaster in Massachusetts.
IIatdexville, Mass., May 1C.
The reservoir supplying the mann-
factories of Williamsburg, .Leeds
and IlavJeuville broke this morning.
The torrent swept down, the hills
and through those villages, almost
completely destroying them. Whole
houses and many factories were car
ried off. Several tenement blocks
were crushed, and the inmates had
not time to escape. Dead bodies are
constantly arriving. Twenty-three
have been discovered already. It is
estimated that one hundred persons
have perished. The water is now
falling. The reservoir comprised
ir0 acres, and had an average depth
of thirty feet. It was drawn up in
day-time to supply the mills at Hay
denville, Williamsburg and Flor
ence. The reservoir was construct
ed, about twelve years ago. Last
vear the reservoir was repaired at
.heavy expense, and was supposed to
be perfectly secure, although it
Boston", May 1G. The villages
affected by the breaking of the res
ervoir are Williamsburg, llayden
ville, Leeds and Florence. They
are situated on Mill Iliver, which
runs into the Connecticut at North
ampton and Williamsburg. Mill
River divides one branch, rising at
Goshen. It has two large reservoirs.
There is also a reservoir on the
branch rising at Conway. The res
ervoirs were considered to be sub
stantially constructed, skillful engin
eers having built after the most ap
proved and modern methods. Much
money was spent during the year in
r construction. The oldest dam
was built twenty-five years ago, and
is situated on the Goshen branch.
It has been carefully rebuilt within
two Years. .The capital involved in
the 'disater is 5.000.000. The im
mediate port ulation suffering must
be about 5,000. almost wholly of the
manufacturing class. s
A dispatch from the scene of the
disaster to-day gives the following
particulars: At Skinnersville, Har
den, Gore Sc Cn.'s stores and the
liavdenville Saving Bank, ivfth the
safe, were swept awav. The safe
contained 000. The houses of
F. M. Graves, F. Ames, and several
others, the Foomis Hotel, Harden v
Co.':i Tobacco Factory, and two iron
b rid ires were also swept away. At
Feeds a terrib!e loss of life took
place. At first r.o water appeared,
but a scemim wall of drift wood,
thirty feet high and several hundred
fee i wi le, ap!--ared, sweeping down
the valley at the rate of twenty miles
an hour. A portion of Montague's
Si'k Factory was carried off, with
the brick boarding-house of Captain
Van ehn .' det .ot master, and a large
number of women and children were
encrulfed br t!ie torrent. Onecliim-
. . .
j i;eV left of the Silk Mill. The
i Crutchalo'.v Ibitton M!ills and stores
a!-" jill ron. Only three houses are
' left standing. The loss is estimated,
i at h'l .000.000. A. 1. Crntehaiow
j nr.d hi ; son-in-law. Geo. Warner,
hos,. .-ip-.o.OuO: tli.' Xonoutnck Silk
i Mill. s"2" .000; W. IT. Onagly, 100.
i 000; the town of Northampton, ."(,
I (."o. in bridg.'-;. etc. The loss at
j Williamsburg and Haydenville can
; v. a" v nt be estimated. IF F.
: ,l:iit- s' Woolen mill is still standing;
It .1 -r t 1
o the IT ivden Manufacturing Co.'s
oltoii Mill. Onlv to houses are
' h i t 'dandhur at SUhim-rsvilb
Y..i::v. May 10. A Il-rahl
from Northampton, says;
lock this morning, a man
on h.veha"k came rushing into Wil-
liamshur'-'h. warning the peoole that
but tho I
the reservoir had
u:-tiee was so short that many could j
net take pdva-daeo of it. People
the vie-mtv saw the lam
lung fer week', and had !
i?f. ii i .living if; fft, iiiiu
i'radn:;llv been undermined. The
.f tie fo.-n-;f a it vnsl.ed upon i
tho viHa-e deaf-nine. It is es- I
ti:oa!.-d that 100 building have been j
d". ' oved. and tho total loss is esti- j
S:-;,te.i-.-:t from or.e to ..no and a half
r.-.illi .ins of 1f.lb.rs. A e, ireful can- j
:..'ws ih.d iv-arly 120 lives have :
n- f YilVa1sl)nh. I
T.ef.rs and ..!" Ha vdenville. from
' to (a) bodio- h.ave bee?i recovered.
Novelty. Quite a sensation was
created in ehureii List Sunday evening
1 y tinee " duky maHcns of the for-
est n!ei !i:lt and wa ! nvr up m front.
Wleii he minis! cr a: l;e! ;ill those in
fave.r of el-ising the s:diis on Sundav
to ; taiid uj', tlu-.se la-lies arose to their
('ANi ir wi j.s.- .I.::n m Moore and M.
('. A!ii' y f'.r .Tn.stiees, C. . Jrermiiaii
a:: i Tl'.os. Miller for Constables, are
the preeir.it iioiiiiii'Ts of the I tar Is for
tills ! ri eiiiet. ll ll t I i P IT J
iegjee was on
that would he !
t ieket. wind a t ri
oliii.soii, Moi-rc it Wrestling Joe !
The Jlehrew liol-
i. lay termed the " feast
rf woe'-s "
commenced last evt idng at sunset. It
is :i!-.n tle anniversary of the delivery
of the Ten 'oitimardments to the
children of Israel at Mount Sinai.
TMrr.ovixo. We notice that Capt. . I.
I). Miller is having I. is place grade.d
down and otherwise improveib
"not MiTit. The lhidicals have no
hoj ef electing a single man on their
ticket, unless thev can do so bv
swapping. This game they are al-re.:-ly
trying in di lie rent parts of the
county. They know Peter Paquet
has no show for an election, and
Lence the Ihtuicals ate proposing to
swep votes f,n- M. OiHeld if Demo
crats will vote for Fi-:i7Pr find Amu-r-
i. Democrats, 3fr. Heatie is your i
xt .-l;eri:l" and Mr. Foster your
xt C lerk, if von do your duty.
no man. V e have no such
to make. Our ticket is one
we an ali lieartily sr.;oit. If the
Ilad.ieal:.; want to vote for our men,
let thei.i do -so.
L'i:t Us Kxov.-
If our aper fails
to reach anv noint. in tlii ronntv
from now until after the eleciion, we
would be under obligations to sul
scribers to let us know of the fact.
V"e learn that the package to Nor
stopped at no other place but Port- ;
l iT-i.l ns nnr mail is ilistfibuteil in i
in.jjuuui.u, . . -
this office and cannot fail reaching
. -rt- i '
,1 -1. -r . 1 : 1 1.
that citv aii rigtu. jacucai josi-
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1 election to their party.
Boston, May 14. the Senate to
day refused a third reading to a res
olution for a constitutional amend
ment for woman suffrage, by yeas
14; nays, 19.
Wtashin-tox, May 14. The defi
ciency bill passed by the House to
day contains the following items
besides those for San Francisco and
Carson City mints agreed to yester
day; for Indian services in Califor
nia, about 813,000: in Oregon, $3,800
in Washington Teritory, $5,000: also
for deficiencies in appropriations,
for collecting and subsisting the Ap
aches of Arizona and New Mexico
during the past two years, G2,000.
Washington, May 1G: The Pres
ident condemns the Senate Currency
Bill as passed, and urges the House
to amend it in such a manner that
he can constitutionally feign it.
The President has recognized
James Laidlaw as Brittish View
Consul at Portland, Oregon.
The President will recognize Bax
ter bv iiroclamation to-dar, as Gov
ernor of Arkansas, under the Attor-ner-Gederal's
Washington-, May 19. The House
Postal Committee to-day agreed that
the contract with the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company, giving p, subsi
dy of S500.000 per annum i null
and roid, by reason of nonfulfilment
of contract, that the sum appropri
ated be conrerted into the Treasury,
and that no additional appropriation
be made under the contract. This
leares the ofcl contract of half a mil
lion dollars per annum, having three
years to run. undisturbed.
The marriage of Miss Grant to Mr.
Sartols takes place Thursday. Only
intimate friends are iuvited. The
only foreign representatives will be
Sir Edward Thornton and Lady
City of Mexico, May 19. Con
gress has voted $7,000 So provide
proper representation at the Centen
nial Exhibition at Philadelphia.
Chicago. May 20. At a sale of
blooded horses, belonging to E. S.
Wadsworth, of Waukegon, yester
day, S. G. Heed of Portland, Oregon,
bought six fine horses, to be taken
Ottawa, May 20. The Canadian
Pacific Railroad Bill passed the
House last night. The bill prevent
ing telegraph monopoly has passed
Philadelphia, May 19. The wool
market is strong, with an advancing
tendency. Stock scarce. Colorado
washed, 24fe 30c; unwashed, 20(Vi.22c;
extra merino pulled, 4-((7.o0c; No. 1
and superfine pulled, 42VX(?f,18e.
lexas line and medium, 2.",30c;
Texas coarse, 20(5, 22c. . California
fine and medium, ISfcWc; California
coarse, 2.j(g .30c.
Oris exchanges say that Dick Wil
liams has all the saloons chartered
from Portland to Jacksonville, and
that he is therefore bound to win.
The boast is a vain one. All the sa
loons on the line won't save him.
People of this class, like people of
every other who know Pick, know
they can't trust him. He is quite as
ready to bind himself to-morrow to
the tempcrun ;e party as he was to
day to bind liim-elf to the saloon
people. Pledges don't inconvenience
'Slinperv Fick;" he has a war of
getting around them too easily. But
that is rather strange company Dick
finds himself. On the one hand he
tries to run the saloons, and on the
other Mrs. Duniway endorses him as
a woman suffragist, Good Templar
and all that sort of thing. Dick is
in i ...
rt :ul-v, to straddle any hoboy that will
St':i,i ,uia to Congress, lolmati the
Temperance candidate and Dick the
HaloVa champion. Too thin,
II vvE TIIEi' Changed thou Minds.
On Sunday morning following the
Radical primary meeting, L. T. Darin
and L. PaquoC brother of the candi-
, . - ... , ....
uaie lor Diaie nenaior, sain, in noui
of the City Bakery, that Holladay's
d n pups had carried tho primaries
in Oregon City and Canemah pre
j cincts, aud that there was not an
houest man among them; that it was
set up for Eugene Dement for Clerk
aud John Apperson for Sheriff, aud
they projiosed to "set them up" if
they were nominated. We would
like to know ''what they are going to
do about it," Apperson, the bolter,
got awaJ ujta tjie nomination. How
do those who supported Apperson
..,..1 ti....,i i i . i iti.i
u7ill l "01"
lV L11- luiiua ui
1'razer and Pauet.
Positive Evidence. If the people
needed any further evidence that
Governor G rover is hated by the
Custom House lting, that evidence
is furnished by tho fact that their
papers devote their entire space to
the abuse of him. He is hated by
them because he cannot be used in
the interest of the lting and against
the people. Notwithstanding their
abuse, he will be re-elected on the
first Monday in June, and corruption
will have another check for four
L. T. Darin, Deputy Prosecuting
Att'y, was at the place of voting at
the late city election trying to intim
idate voters. "When a certain man,
who we can name if it is denied,
went up to vote said Barin in a com
manding tone said: "Nobody allowed
to vote here unless they vote an open
ticket." This is made a crime by the
statue, and the oilicer whose sworn
duty is to enforce the law is the vio-
- . . .i i . i : . . 1 . ..-1 . . .
later. ote against me iwnn-aia uu
'keep sucliineua.s their leiulers
Democrats should remember that
that if Peter Paquet is elected to the
i State Senate he will vote for a
pl.ee of Col. Kelly. Do you, Dem-
nfi-.da nn,l T!oi.iil,liV.one w-int another
Hippie m the Senate, or what is
M- TI ATT:l I In rr. a t
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eiiuauy u& uau, uey. xx. mu"'"'
Tf -.f tro. f.-. A T (Ti.,1.1 ot-i 1 1 on.
j est frrcer.
Dick has run against a letter at
the Dalles he hardly expected. He
proposed to make capital against
Tim on the Lock question, when
Tim drew a letter from his pocket,
signed and written by B. Goldsmith,
President of the Lock Cqmpany,
which charges Mr. Dick with favor
ing the passage of the bill before
the last Legislature and that he la
bored for the accomplishment of that
end. The Mountaineer says: ' One
circumstance occurred in the discus
sion ou last Monday evening, which
appeared to excite Mr. Williams con
siderably. It was this: Mr. Daven
port said that on a former occasion,
he had charcred Mr. Williams of lob
bying in the last Legislature for the
Bill autorizing the State to purchase
the Canal and Locks at Oregon City
at six hundred thousand dollars;
that his frienas denied the charge
and he had given him the benefit of
the denial. Mr. Davenport said he
would now renew the charge, and
was prepared with the proof to sub
stantiate it. Whereupon Mr. D.
produced a letter from Mr. B. Gold
smith, President of the Lock Com
pany, and read it, which stated that
Mr. Williams favored the passage
of the Lock Bill, and lobbied at the
last Legislature for it. This made
Mr. Williams squirm, and his clos
ing argument was an exhibition of
Badicali County Judge. TheRad
ical candidate for County Judge, X.
W. Randall, two years ago was S. D.
Pope's candidate for County Clerk,
and because Peter Taquet beat him
for the nomination, they in turn
helped to sinch Peter on the day of
election. Will the few friends of the
trreat Peter now kiss the hand that
slaughtered him two years ago?
WriLL Defeat Tiiem:. The thin
brained Lord Barin appears to be the
champion of tho Radicals of this
county. Last Saturday ho again
sneaked out in the county to speak.
If 'the Radicals were ever so sure of
carrying the county, they would
most certainly bo defeated bv
efforts to elect the ticket.
The temperance candidate for Gov
ernor, horse jockey Tolman, address
ed, in company with E. M. W'aite
and J. F. Caples, the latter a crusa
der, a squad of men in a beer cellar
at Fast Portland last week. How
high is that for the temperance nom
inee for Governor?
If the people of this District want
for a Circuit Judge, vote for W.
Carey Johnson, and you will have
one that embodies all the isms with
the exception of a knowledge of law.
The last ism ho is destitute of and
knows but little.
Not So. Dick Williams, in his
speech in this place, said that Mr.
La Dow aided in defeating a Joint
Convention. This is false. Mr. La
Dow v-s in his seat at every call of
the House, and performed the duties
of a faithful and honest member
Tho candidates for olllco in Clacliiimas
County will address their fellow-citizens at
tlv following times anil j laees shaking
to oinineiiee at 1 o'clock, p. in., except at
i Iregon City and Oswego, at which places
it will begin at 7?, p. in. :
Lower .Molalla, Camp O round. May "2, .
Pleasant Ilill, Hiwl.-y's School House
Tualatin, Hird's Schfl House, May '20.
)s vego. May -7.
Milwauki", Mav 2S.
Marslili -Id, May J'.i.
Oregon City, at the Court Hour", May 30.
- "" '-u--- Jk 1
In Tacoina, on the loth inst., tf the wif
of Tims. Hood, a daugiit"r w -iglit, 10.'lts.
B'7"I-'or the very best Photographs, goto
P.radley A Riilol'sou's Gall--rv- with and
ELEVATOR, 4JJ Montgomery 'Street, San
Our Dormant Energies.
Our bodies are not as vigoroiis nor our
minds as clear as they might bo. Thin re
mark is true of at least two-thirds of civil
ized society, and of these two-thirds prob
ably one-half is laboring under infirmities
of a character likely to shorten the livejrof
the suffer ers. This is a melancholy exhibit
and furnishes abundant food for r-llection.
'an the evil be mitigated? It can. Lack
of vitality is the rimary cause of most of
t he physical and meia.il sutr-riiigto which
we are subjected, and th -r.-tore' a vitaliz
ing medical agent is the remedy enquired.
Is ther' such a medicine? Tin-re is. JIos
tefter's Stomach Hitters 'ill rouse and en
ergize the mind and body when the life
power of the system is in si comparatively
dormant State. The languid, leebh", de
sponding invalid is not aware of the latent
energies that underlies his debility. He
thinks there is no elem"nt of vigor left in
his t ramp, when the fact is that his phys
ical capabilities are merely asleep and
on ly require waking up. Let him stimu
late and tone his animal machinery and
endow it with new motive power, through
the sig'iiey of this incomparable invigo
rant, and h" will soon leel like a new man,
or rather like a man who has received a
new lease of life, and tho requisite health
to enjoy it. Many business men sutrer
from chronic languor and depression caus
ed by too close, application to business.
Hard students are often oppressed with
melali-holy from a like cans". Mechanics
and working men are affected in tie same
way as result of overwork. To all who are
in this condition, from whatever cause,
Hostef t'T's Stomach Hitters will prove a
signal blessing. It is a perlect panacea for
physical deb lity and mental gloom. It
strengthens the bodv, clears the mind and
calms the n-rvous system : while as a rem
edy for indigestion, billiousness, constipa
tion, rheumatism, and intermittent and
r nnittent fevers, it takes precedence of all
OBSTACLES TO MAKR1AGE.
Ilapnv Itelief for Yonnir Men from t he
effects of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Books and
circulars snt fre, in sealed fnvcloies.
AddTess, HOWAItn ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South .Ninth St., Philadelphia. Ia., an In
stitution having a high reputation for hon
orable conduct and professional skill.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INVALID.
PI'rlisiied as A warnino and for the
ijen"Iit of Youxo JIe.v and others who
suffer from NEKVOCS HEHILITY, IOSsj
OK M.NIOOI, etc., imintingout the mratvit
of xrtf-cure. Written by Nathaniel May
fair, Esq., who cured himself after under
going considerable quabkery, and mailed
frr,e on receiving a post-paid directed enve
loie, bvthe publisher,
1)11. JOHN M. DACJ N A LL,
11 t'linton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Why sulT r from Dysicpsia, Indigestion,
and loss of nppetit", when you can, by us
ing Dr. Henley's celebrated I X L Bitters ef
fect a perfect cur ; they are a pleasant and
invigorating tonic, and endorsed and rec
ommended by our most eminent Physi
cians tas pr certificates on each bottle). for
all complaints of the Liver and Digestive
Organs. As a family medicine they have
bo equal. See advertisement in another
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UK I VERS ITY OF CALIFORNIA,
Nothing else will answer! If you are
hoarse, have a cold, or a hard cough, ask
your druggist lor Jlale'i Honey of Hore
hound ami Tar. Tak nothing else. It is
the one sovereign remedy for all com
plaints of the throat and lungs. Critten.
ton's, 7 Cth Avenue. Sold by all Druggists
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in 1 minute.
DR. JOHN WELCH,
n rr ti t i e t
- " f B&sl
OREGON' CITY, OREGON.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD STATE
that he has apiiointed Prof. S. I). Pope
to assist him in the examination of all
jK-rsons applyingfor certificates to teach ia
t he City School. THOS. iHAHMAX,
Citv School Superintendent.
Oregon City. May 20th. 1S74.
Dr. S. PARKER,
(Iate of Portland.)
Tlas opened an office in Bell & Parker's
Drug Store, Oregon City, and would res
!ectfully solicit the patronage of the citi
zens of the tow n and county who may be
in need of medical assistance. Residence
at the Clitr House. inaylotf.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
J.1 have b-;n appointed administrator of
the estate of Charles E. Warren, deceased,
by the Honorable County Court of Clacka
mas County, State of Oregon ; therefore
all persons holding claims against said es
tate, will present them to me at the Lin
coln Bakery, with proper vouchers, within
six months after the date of this notice.
Oregon City, Oregoti, Mav nth, 1874.
C. O. T. WILLIAMS,
Adra'r of estate of C. E. Warren, dee'd.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION is
sued out of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for the Coutity of Clacka
mas, to me directed, in favor of Kosana
Robytson, and against Edward Robertson
for tne sum of two hundred and fifty dol
lars and costs of suit and disbursements;
now, therefore, I have levied upon the lol
lowing real estate, to- it : The northwest
of the southwest of section 13 in town
ship two sout h, range four east, containing
40 acres, more or less, in Clackamas Coun
ty, Oregon, and on r nday, the .
1'jlktlayof June, 1S7,
at the hour of 10 o'ciock, a. m.. at the
Court House door in Oregon City, Clacka
mas Coiinty.Oregon,! will sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash paid to
me in hand all of Edward Robertson's in
terest in the above described real estate, or
enough thereof to satisly execution, costs
and accruing costs. A. K. HE DOES,
lSmay Sheriff of Clackamas County.
Gxiciicliaiis Land Sale !
T. PURSUANCE OF A LICENSE TO ME
JL granted by the County Court of Clacka
mas County, State of Oregon, at its April
term, A. 1., 1S7-1, 1, Jones cutting, guardian
of Adelia Elliott, an insane person, will
proceed to sell to tin; highest bidder, tor
cash, in gold coin, at the Court House door
in Oregon City, Clackamas County, State
ot Oregon, on
Nitl it riiuy, tile SiOtli day of Jlay, A. O. ,
at the hour of 1 o'clock, p. m.,all the right.
line, interest and estate at the said Adelia
Elliott in tin? lollowing described tract of
land situate in laekamas Conntv. atore
said, to-wit : The north one-halt of t he do
nation claim ol Charles and Abagail ut-tin-r.d'-Kignated
on maps and plats of Cmt-
eo .-.uiies surveys as cunm rso. oJ," in
township 5 south, range 2 cast of thx Will
Inited .May 1st, 1874.
Guardian of Adelia Elliott.
JOHNSON a McCoWN,
Atty's for Guardian. malvv4
- GREAT SLAUGHTER I
Th goods have been bought at. PANIC
PHICKS and will 1k sold in accordance.
Don't forget calling before you lay in
Or.'gon City, March 31, 171 :tf
MAIN STBKET, OKKGON CITY.
J UST AT 11 1 IVJKJJ,
E. John L. Stephens,
DIRECT FROM SAfJ FHAKCISCO,
A FI LL STOCK! OF
MILLINERY GOODS !
Latest Styles! . ,
Latest Styles !
HATS and IJONNETS;
I Ta t s antl Bonnets.
Feathers and Flowers !
Feathers and Flowers!
RIBBONS AKD ORNAMENTS!
RIBBONS AKD ORNAMENTS:
IN GREAT PROFUSION!
IN GUH AT PROFUSION!
L.VIMKf-S, call nntl examine Stock
anil Prices. It ivill 1e our i-ndeavor
to plense nil, ns to Quality anil Prices.
' 0 T A RY P U Ii L I C.
ZSIonev ! ZMonev !
MONEY TO i'eNI) IX SUMS OF 5300.
Oregon City, .March 10, 1S71.
mal.ftf JOHNSON & McCOVN.
Sarier, LaRocquc & Ce.
Keep constantly on hand for sale Flour
Mlddlinirn. Illan nnrl fHllrT T.-. r
- r- ..... . - i rue5
rurrh:'?2yfce! raust furc'sh t-he srk.
MB R C II A ITd'isJB.
THOMAS CHARM AN
DESIRES TO INFORM TIIE CITIZENS
6t Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Ximlle Six Tence U Setter than a Slow
I have Just returned from San Eranlao,
wnere I purchased one oi tne
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
stock, of aoovs
ever before offered in this city ; and consists
in part, as lollows :.
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Taints 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 tions 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 the Oregon City trade.
All ot which 1 now oner lor sale at the
Lowest FSarke. Rales.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods lor
I am JMermiimi to Sell Cheap and not to
allow my sell to be
QUERSOLD IX THE STATE OF QKEGON.
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 ol the trade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand ol
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless lor me to tell you all the
advantages! can olTer you in the sale ol
goods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have oeen disap
pointed. All 1 wish to say is
t'oiiit', an;l ?,nv Examine for Yoiirsdvrs
for I do no wish to make anv mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old irientls now
that lam still alive, and desirous to s'ell
goods cheap, lor cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Than king all lor t he liber
al patronage heretoinre bestowed.
Main .tr-et, Oregon City,
Legal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. THOS. CHAIt.M AN.
"5tVlW lbs wool wanted tv
THOS. CILRMAX. "
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
T - .",
riHIE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
1 the 1. ivory Stable on Fift h street, Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
.SailiUe and I5it"y lloi si-s, "
He will also run a hack to and from the
WILKCIT SQDA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with good
horses.eomiM'tent and gentlemanly drivers.
FARE AT LIVING RATES.
J. M. FRAZER, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May IT, 1ST3. -
J -l N SCHRA Kl ,
Main St., Oregon Cily.
)IAMT.CTl'RER AM) IMPORTER OF
iviu-i', etc., -te. V
7-IIKII HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be hud in the State, at
BVI warrant my goods as represented.
1,000 DEER SK.INS
AV A IsT T I?: 13,
4 LL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES, FOR
J. V which I will pay the hishes market
price in cvsit Rringon your hides andgt
your coin lortlu-m.
Saddle and Harin-ss Maker
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, 1873-m3. "
WOULD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
vT Or-gon Citv and vicinity that he is
prepar -d to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CEDAR LUMBER,
Of every description,
SI'Itl ( i: (for shf-lving,) LATTICK
PICKETS, mxeL posts (Cedar)
Constantly on Hand.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest notieo, at as low rates as it
can be purchased in the State
Give me a call at tho
ORi:;o. CITY SAW .HII.I.s.
March 13, 1S74 :tf
STILL IN THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DCOR SOUTH OF
HAAS' SA LOON.
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in the
' city. All go"Kls warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
pric paid for country produce.
I Oregon Ctry, Mrh C, KT
A UCTIION AjS'D COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Corrner of Front fe Oak sis., Portland
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Mer
chandise and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
i t Private .Sale. .
English Refined Tar and Pundle Iron,
.English square and Octagon Cast
teteel. Horse Shoes, Rasps.
Sheet Iron, U,
A larre assortment of Groceries and T.l-
uors. A. li. lUCHAiaisov
Jaa. 1, lS73tf, Auctioneer.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots ami Shoes,
Ladies and Gents'
etc., etc., tc., ta
Main Street, Oregon City.
Produce of all kinds bonirnf, for which I
pay the highest market price. If you
sire good Cioods at I.ow prices, call at
and examine his new stock of Sprine: eooda
Give me a call and convince yourselves
My motto Is,
" QUICK SALES ASD SMALL PROFITS."
The highest market price paid for wool
Oregon City, Oct. 31, lS73-tf.
OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Str. t:. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
every day Excej t Sunday, at o'clock,
A. M. ltrturning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at o'clock, P. M.
Will leave OREGON ITY lorCORVALLIS
evi-ry Monday and Thursday of each week.
Will leave OREGON CITY for McMINN"
VILI.E, LAFA1 ET'lE and DaY'ION, and
all points bitween, every Monday, Wed-ni-sila
and Friday of each week. Leave
the I :isiii at 8 o'clock, a. M., and cninect
w itli t lie train at Canemah at a, A.
Leaves OltKOOX CITY tor IIAItl'ISBURG
and EUGENE and all intermediate points
Stxx Fannie Patton,
Li av. s OKKUOX Cl'l Y for ALI ANY and
all intermediate points bet ween twice ev
ery week. J. D. L1I.ES, Agent.
Oregon City, February, 14, 1871.
KATICKAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
First Street Iicluepn Alder nntl Mr
lis.rn st., jiikI Aitler Strel betweru
1-iiet ! I roiit Street.
4 X INSTITT-TIOn- DESIGNED TO PRE
JT?L pare III US, lYiUA'fV and MIDDLK
AUIiI) -JA'A'ior liusim ss Affairs,
II. M. DeFKAXCi;
AV. !. 1V1IITK, s
For aeqniring a I'rarhenl Jinsriness J2duen
tion this institution olft-rs superior advan
tages, and is acknowledged by leading
Ltisiiiess Men to be the best
on the I'ac-itic Const, and second to none.
Each Dej art merit is First t lass, and is un
der the special charge of kxpekikxce
TEAfHELS, and the w hole -school is under
the ininutliate snpfrintendenei' of the
1 'resident and Secretary. 'J he sehool room
and counting are united upon a plan that
secures to the stud-nt all the practical ad
vantantages of each. There is iu oi -oration
a n.v.Miixt; iiorsu
fully illustrating that business. The same
s stem being observed in each department,
the student buys, sells, shi s, barters, con
signs, discounts, insures, draws checks.
notes and dralts, gives leases, deeds. ic
and goes through the entire routine of
In adding to the completeness of tbe In
stitution the proprietors have instituted a
SEPARATE UEPAR'DIENT FOR LADIES.
The eirfr.me to rooms of thi Teiartment
i upon jxkut sireei, ann access to them
is had only by the teachers and ladv stu
dents. Rare lacilities are offered to In. lie
tor acquiring a Thorough Knowledge of
Husiness Iraetice ; of Telegraphy anUTVn
LEPARTMEKT OF TELEGRAPHY
is in charge of first-class operators and
teachers, and sup; li. d with all the appar
atus of a tlrst -class office.
1'his Institution as now conducted claims
to have laciliti- s for iuu artinir a thorough
know ledge of t he
Art of lYimiaiishin !
that not one in ten of the Kusixess Col-
lkgf.s now in existence ) ossesses ; the De
lia rt merit being under (he si ceial snn-rin-
tendence of one of the Leading Penmen of
the Criited States.
For lull particulars send for National
EusiXKss Coi.LKrjE Journal sent to any
part ol 'the countrv tree. Address,
Ool-'It AXCK A HITE,
Lock I'ox 104, Portland, Oregon.
SELLIHB OFF !
SELLING OFF !
THIS IMMENSE "WINTER STOCK OP
BOOTS ana SHOES!
AT Tn E :
Pacrlc- Boot & Shoe House.
Cornrr First and Hlorrison Strffls,
"Will be Closed Out for the Next Thirty
At ancl Let-
P It I C E S:
Ladies' Kid Foxed Palmorals
... 1 1'5
... 1 H)
... 2 75
... 2 00
. 1 50
Misses' do do .
Children's do do
Men's Heavy Foots, --
Youth's do. .
Men's Kip Hand-made C ustom 3-soled
i 'oots, .
Patridge's Slaughter Toots
do Grain Hunting I 'oots
ili I -bard's t elebrated Hand-made
Smith, hamplin A Co. (Portland)
Custom French calf
Smith, Champlin & f o. (Portland)
( ustom American calf.
Men's best Quality Hunting
do American Kiding
do Fnckle Artie Overshoes
do Alaska do
do best quality IUibber do
Women's Buckle Artie Overshoes
do do do .........
do Self-acting Rubber do
Men's Screwd Erogans
do Pegged do --
do California a If. tap sole.....
o o buff calf, tap fle.