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OREGON CITT, OREGON, J1LY 21. 1S7-I.
'-' Walk up the IIilj.. We would call
ftie attention of our city fathers to the
miserable condition of the old steps up
theblufl", and urge upon them thene
resity of taki i means toward miiia
' insr a new walk. Tho old one will not
bear repairing, ami a new one is an
tual necessity. While they are out
it let us have a walk made that v. ill i
of easier grade than tho rrese een
if it costs a little more W e woa iu s
pest that the Council take !rfm
.; thP hewi of f i:tl reii, r ii,,?e, on
blurt" an J c.m o V, Pre need he
ih!ili -ttip iXi! the convenience of it is
Ken nto consideration There should
luobo a walk constructed alone the
l,n'Vr. - i .,i,-h now leads un
t MiT The first mentioned, is an
the blUtl- "!f'" ,,olr,1(., ,,urritv
"woSre UT ifled those
nlairecUySntcVested will contribute
for the pur iv 'Si.
odvS-As the Success was
in-uithe river last Monday par-
Uuw?iter for'soine time. An alarm
fa?a P" to those on shore
rndaskitl u4 sent off and the bod v
frkofi'into it U was unrecoiinizable,
but is s "pi" ft to W. the lKxly of tieo
S o ng wlio 1 'iruw ned nt the npnt-r
wharf in S I li on the tM of M.tr.n
lest -J Isl.:Ur will 1 remembered,
Insmd 7T the spot and search , in
stituted, with no success, nothing
f.Vg been hranl of t he nnss.ng man
Kin.-e Where the l-ody has been lodg
ed since thai time remains a mystery.
The i.rrcn Mills. -We took a rido
to the Cla.-karras Paper Mills last Mon
dav evening, a id found them in full
oixriti.'ii. The mill had been shut
d'otii fr five or six weeks, in order to
make some iiecesary repairs, and now
i in better unlT than ever. The qual
ity of f'ii r now made at the Clacka
mas Mills will -compare favorably with
!ir inqtoi t' il. imd the proprietors are
nl..' o suppU' the demand of this
iimthwist --i-.t. Messrs. Lewthwait
,t Smith h;ive the mill rented, and they
;i,M-ar to thoroughly umlerstand the
I wijiess. They have ten men employ
We trust tiiat these mills will re
ceive tlie patronage of our local trade.
Lkttkh Ijisir. Tho following is a
lit of the Letters remaining in tlie
p.xt-ollice at Oregon City, July 2-1, 1S71 :
P.'-eson. Jo, I ; Conrav, I'eter C. ;
P.nis. P. T. ; Khodcs, Klizer; I.owan,
Mrs. M. : Spicer. A. M.; Troiis. Mr.
i. 11; TrullingjT, i.; Trul linger, 1. N.
The following letters are held for
pi-tair.-: Mrs.:Aliert Migiit, Ib'pner,
tir"-4'U: Mr-, ilohn Ilalliwell. North
Sali-iu. N". H. ;JNlagill v. Denison, Nan
FniiK isi-o; W.fl. Morris, Fairview, I.T.
T( railed for Veasesav when "adver
tiscl." I I J. M. Bacon, P.M.
Nkw Sika.v. :.- The new steamer
being built b ..'oe Papiet, at Canemah,
f..r Mr. 1". K. Seolt, of Ironton, Penn.,
isint.-n led to lo very light-draught,
frt!ie jmrpos of carry ing wheat ami
II mr ;it ba"l 1 "w water through the
1. .';- and e mal. The dimeiitions will
be UK feet in k-ngth ; breadth of Ix-am,
3ii f.-et, an! f r licptli of hold. Mr.
S.v.tt e! lims that his boat will bo the
lUhtest-dniU-rht steamer yet built on
tlu-e wa'ers, and will he ready fur
business in a few weeks.
',niNi::OrT. Henry K-iules, living
in S;. ring Valley, live miles soutli of
W:iit!uirg. W. T., was buniHil out on
Pie rvniin: if l'riday. the KUli, about
lifoVloek. losing everytliimr, cv"i the
wearing a;iiartd of the family, the in
mates just m iking their escape; two
men. intii ressK'ct ivdy . Arthur
Kngksand Horace Jfnrphy. who were
L, sleeniieg up s'Jairs, made t! ltd r escape
by jiiui'iing (j ut of the window and
sli'ling down .-, nole. Mr. Kinrles was
l'ormTlv a rc-iuent of this count v.
.IrsririAr.i.i?.-df a mati or woman,
eitleT. is disturbed in the dead hour of
midnight, or :-whole congregation on
a Sunday evening at church, by some
pet cow with-a lell fastened "around
r i o r iwm'Ic ?i ii. I. iv h ii-K bltn f'L-n lik.Ii m
ilelight in rinj ing, siio;;Id become out
t Kii:eue( ui'ii usu stronger language
man r :P- n'
ut to on oruinarv oeca-
sions. vi th
lt would In) somewhat
l't our city fathers do
p the nuisanee?
Nonu thing t
Nkw IIoap. Sup'jr'ntendent Mel
druiu has been busy for the past two
weeks in making a now road up the
hill on tho eastern side of the town,
and we learn I hat lie lias made quite an
iiiiprovenienion the old road, hav!n,'
obtained a n h easier grade. This is
t he mam r, linto town, and was lad
ly needed ill ago.
Passi-d huoioh. Tho steamer
Alice, the tine-st boat belonging to tho
o. s. s. Co., on tlie Willamette, which
has heretofore been running on the uo-
nrTrhn,r'(WiiS.t:kt'n lhr'Uu the locks
i Th.irMa. to ho used on the lower
rn ,.r. e ;carn that she is intended
as the pnyfc.o !o,it of Mr. llolladay.
Home AoTis.-Hon. ilTTvarren,
wlio has been absent from his post of
duty for a f-.nv days on leave of absence
h home again looking mud, improved
in h s general health. As for h KOO
o..ks. an,i poiIisll spirit thev couTd
not I ottered it he took a visit to ' n
T.r,-aior McOown thW week
tir i?irn niri
d-nep in p
Ieis to o
V" ' 5nl neex-
v .. aooui six weeks.
TT. Prof ., .
the l'rofesso?. n ttw sk'11 of
gone on a prosrctintr
?kl?W of A J. I5ek.
is the cide of Vi on the " He
ought noriohaneVmuS httM
ho left for a 1 bn v t w ' n day. when
' Ntate. Ve tnilV "P0 SomethinS of
pleasant visit 1,0 n,ay have a
tinned in oH . " Which wc
citv hi MoV?Ue' ,aSSed thr"h
President's c,r Tb?; evonin " th
lind. r- rhcT re now in Port-
has lull n??"6 int tho mercantile
tv Til i hwtlnl. Yamhill coun
rr ;ft "ch section of
'hStop1 .ismoans there need he
the top. grade can be oh-
"- StVfor . i "walk. We are satisfied
tined for a si R,vaik will be
IvETURXED. Mr. F. Wilde, who had
taken a trip to the soa-side, returnea
home last Friday, much improved in
his general health.
" T?Arco-AiTRvxK Xotes. Treasurer
Spinner has issned a letter which
' vs: Xati(nal Bank notes should
not be cancelled before sent to him
for redemption. Redeemed notes
will bo cancelled in the Treasurer's
office. National Bank notes will be
received to make good the 5 per cent
redemption fund, but first a deposit
of 5 per cent must be made in legal
tenders. Any excess over the amount
required to make good the 5 per cent
fund will bo remitted in legal tender
notes forwarded from the Treasurer's
office. Payment for excess cannot
be made in drafts. .
Tilton'-Beecijer, The statements
of Tilton to the committee appointed
to investigate tho charges made
against the Rev. Henry Ward Beech
er are of the most damaging and dis
gusting character. If one tenth
part of the charges which Tilton
makes are true, this Reverend scoun
drel should grace a hempen cord or
a felon's cell, instead of the pulpit
of a church. We consider the dis
patches too disgusting to publish in
our columns. We shall have some
thing further to say in regard to this
matter after it is fully developed.
EditoiuaIi Change. In tho issue
of the Statesman of last Monday, Mr.
Calvin B. McDonald appears as edit
or. Mr. McDonald is not a stranger
to the people of the State, having
edited the Unionist at Salem in 1807.
He is a writer of considerable repu
tation and will, no doubt, make the
Statesman a good paper of tho Re
publican persuasion. We extend to
him the courtesies of the profession,
and wish him prosperity in every
thing but politics.
Local- Option. Chief Justice
Read, of the Supreme Court of Penn
sylvania, has decided that the local
option law of that State is unconsti
tutional. Tlie fatal point was the
delegation cf legislative power to the
districts. He holds that legislative
power is vested in the Legislature
only, and like judicial power, cannot
be delegated back to the people.
Seuexaded. Representative Nes
mith was tho recipient of a serenade
at Portland last Monday evening, cn
which occasion he made a speech to
the large crowd present, giving an
account of what he had done during
the last session of Congress.
Workmen have been engaged, dur
ing the week, overhauling the ma
chinery in the Fanners' warehouse,
at Corvallis. The double elevator
has been changed for a single one,
of btter pattern, the scales and hop
per have been altered accordingly,
and a decided improvement made in
the .screening apparatus.
Tho Albany Democrat nays: "The
news of the fire reached this city day
before yesterday, and yesterday a
Chicago sufferer got oil' the cars at
tho Albany depot and undertook to
strike our citizens for a xieco."
The faimei s in Yamhill and Wash
ington counties will this year adopt
the California plan of sacking their
wheat in the field, thus saving the
expense of hauling it in bulk from
the machine to the barn-.
Jerry Lucky this week arrived at
Albany from Oehoco with 10,000
pounds of wool sheared from 1,000
sheep, and sold the same in that city.
This wool was brought across the
Cascade mountains by teams.
Bishop Morris, of the Episcopal
Church, is now on a tour through
Eastern Oregon. He is looking after
the interests of the church over
which he presides in Oregon.
Mr. Parker proposes to open a road
from Forest Grovo to Xehalem at
his own expense, with what aid he
can get from tho people who are
In this citv, Julv 23. 1S7I, to the wife of
Mr. A. Levy, a Daughter.
In Clackamas county. Oregon. July 19,
1S74. at the r-sUhmce of Mr. W. V. Douglas,
by R.'v. .1. V. Moore. Mr. John W. Howlett
to Miss Luciuda lluss.-ll, all of Clackamas
At the home of the bridegroom, July 20,
ls7i, by Kev. A. Hardison, lion. J. It. IVdl
to Mrs. Klizabeth Adkins. all of Clackamas
KT-Kor the very best Photographs, goto
Bradlev a Rulofson's Ciallery with anu
KbKVATOU, 429 Montgomery Street, San
J. r. DAVIE.
JOSHUA DA VIES.
J- P- DAVIES & CO.,
AT JOT I OISTEERS
FIRK-PUOOF STONE Bl'ILDIXG,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advaurrs Made on Consisiinieiits.
July 21, 1374 :ly
OBSTACLES TO MAKIIIAGE.
Happy RHlef for Young Men from the
effects of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat ment.
New and remarkable remedies. 15ooksand
circulars sent free, in sealed envelooes.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth St.. Philadelphia. Pa., an In
stitution having a hinh reputation for hon
orable conduct and professional skill
For Salk. We will sell "either a Flo
rence or Grover A .Baker Sewing Ylt
chine at San ram-mo nriees. In-order
that those who desire a machine, and
arc not able to pay the entire amount
may be accommodated, wo will sell
them on the installment plan, pavab
o- rrjrich irr mnth until pukl fW
A Brilliant Record or Cure.
An American humorist tells us that it
would have been money in his pocket if
he had been born without a stomach, and
then proceeds to figure up the cost of a
chronic dyspepsia, to which he is a martyr,
and which he says it is Impossible to cure!
On this point, "Josh Billings," (for he Is
the party referred to is mistaken. Unless
hi6 stomach differs from all other dysDen-
tlc stomachs, Hostetter's Bitters will cure
him in less than three months. This it
would be safe to guarantee under anv ixn-
alty. There are few, a very few, actual
specifics for disease In existence, and Hot-
tetter's Stomach Bitters may be sot down
as one of them. In cases of Indiirest rn it
never fails. Persons who had suffered for
many years almost every conceivable spe
cies of torture from this agonizing com
plaint, have been permanently cured with
the Bitters in six weeks. Ilundreds of such
instances are on record, authenticated by
the testimony of prominent men in every
walk of life, eminent Physiciansamon
the number. But this celebrated vegetable
preparation is something more than a
stoinochic tonic. In liver complaint Its ef.
lect is as aireci anu immediate as that of
ciiiomvi or umc io, nu utr more salutary
and in alldiseased conditions of the bowels
notable in eases of constipation, its recu
lating properties are in the highest decree
serviceable. The new settlements in the
west and all low lyinsr tracts of count in.
fested with mtasmaticexhalations sofruit
fulatthis season, of the various types of
intermittent fevers, should bo always well
siockcu wii n i ins jin.-oiuji:iraoie cholorue
which will cure any case of fever and s'ue
in a period varying from three davs
or four weeks, according to the violence of
the complaint, nervous disorders w hich
are always aggravated by the adulterated
liquors usually inscribed by physicians,
are readily cured by a course of this admir
able combination medicine, in which the
properties of a stimulant, a tonic and alter
ative are happily blended.
San fc'rancisco Market lteporf.
San FK4NCISCO. Julv 21.
Wheat in Liverpool Average California,
12s(5vl2s. 2d.; Oregon, 12s. $)d.'
Flour Superfine, ft 12w75; extra, ?C 37.
Wheat 'oHst,l 0GI l't.
Rarley Coast feed. $1 75rtl 80 ; bav feed
cl 5U: bay brewing, f I 73.
Oats tJood supply in market ; prices are
$1 y-i, (''.
Wool Quiet, fine to choice clear. 28,32.
Portland Market Itcport.
Wkdn'esdav, July 22, 1374
fiold in New York to-day, lli)1-;.
Portland I-gal Tender rates, 90 buying
Wheat Demand Is good at $1 40,'$1 43
Oats 4UCV15 9 bushel, sacked and deliv
Flour In conserjii'-nc of the condition
or the wheat market, flour has been ad
vanced to s-j(m oo.
Butter The receipts are large and the
marKet well stocked with all qualities
I "rices ran ire from 20:a22 cents.
K-rsrs Market supply full; prices firm
at Is cents dozen.
Wool The market continues dull and
quotations are furnished at 2f?.'10c lb for
a jrood art icie.
liacon-The supply on hand remains
abundant. Sides are quoted at liKcllc;
Hams, l;t.'lie, and prime Shoulders at 8S
Oregon City Market Report,
Extf.k i it is k Office. July 2. 1S71.
Legal Tentlers, buying, !0 : selling )1.
County script, in) : City scrip, SO.
The following are the buyinj; prices for
produce, a nd the sellinp: price for others :
Wheat-I h-mu nd good and selling at 80
Ci?So V bushel.
Klour Oood supply In market, and sell
ing at SKWr-viW.
Middlings Are quoted at .?2- per ton;
shorts, S2u "; and bran 512, with full supplies
Oats Supply equal to demand ; buyers
are paying it-'IO cents.
Potatoes Ne-.v. I per bushel.
Onions Quotable at IS- cents per pound.
Esrg tiood supply, l.VtClfi l do.
Chickens S2 .""(,' .") per dozen.
P.utter Scarce, ltJ.vlScentsi"orgoodfresh.
Wool For choice lots, 2.'ftc.2U cents.
Dried Fruits Full stocks in market;
Apples are !r!nging c:'ri.' cents per pound ;
p"nohes li cents: Currants ID.15 cents;
Plu ms l" c.-nt.
Sugar Crushed, l'jtfiitJ cents; Island itoj)
l0'-i -San Franeiseo refined, 12(12.'j cents.
Tea Uest quality $1 per pound, and oth
er brands ranging from liuV7" cents.
Coir.M! liest. article :U cents.
Salt Ranging from l'?v2,.
Syrup 00 cents pt-r gallon; best article
Kacon Hams lilJUi cents; Shoulders,
S c-nts; sides, !5,I0 cents per pound.
Iird Per pound 1 le,l.) cents.
Oil Devoe's Kerosene per gallon,C((5,75
cents ; Unseed ?1 2-").
IJeefon foot. Oood fat cattle find ready
sale at 5if cents on foot.
Pork We quote at 5rvt cents.
Sheep Few offering; quote at $2 50r3 50
Hid s (ireen at. from 2'5.3, owing to the
size ; dry 1 cents per pound.
The Idea of n. Universal iIcIir i ne Is
at last realized in Dr. Walker's California
Vitiftjar Hitter. This concentrated essence
of the finest, medical herbs and roots in the
Western hemisphere, eradicates all diseas
es which have not undermined the sources
of vitality, and in Chronic Indigestion,
Nervous Headache, Congestion of the Liv
er, Rheumatism, bout, General Debility,
and innumerable ulcerous and scabious
disorders, it is a specific absolute and in
Oregon- City, June 12, IS74.
Wm. P. Bitrxs. Agent of Phoenix Insur
ance Co., Dear Sir: On the 4th day of June
my barn was destroyed by fire. On the ath
you was notified ot the same. You prompt
ly notified the Company of my loss, and
un the 10th Inst. Mr. Dimon, the gentle
manly agent and adjuster of the Com pauy,
was on hand, the loss promptly and cheer
fully adjusted and a draft for the amount
($7i0) in full, placed in my hand.
We thank you, and through you, the
Company which you represent, for the
prompt and cheerful adjustment of our
losses, and we join in th" general verdict
of the people in saving. The Old Pluenix
of Hartford offers reliable indemnity.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INVALID.
Published as a waknixo and for the
benefit of Yoitxg Men and others who
suffer from NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOSS
OK MANHOOD, etc., point ing out the mans
ff flf-cure. Written by Nathaxiei. Ma y
Kair, Esq., who cured himself after under
going considerable quabkery, and mailed
free on receiving a post-paid directed enve
lope, by the publisher,
DR. JOHN M. DAONALL,
11 Clinton Street, Mrooklyii, N. Y.
The Pakker Grs.-We take picas
nre in calling attention of our Valley
frierids to the wonderful merits of the
double-barreled breech loading sho
guns manufactured by Parker Protli
ers. West Meriden. Conn.
The highest testimonial received
from all sections of the country, and
the thorough test given it in the field
bv our friend Cant. Green B. Samuels,
warrant us in asserting that it is the
best breeeh-loadimr shot gun in the
world. Tlie simplicity of construction,
the ease with which it can he loaded or
unloaded, the facility with which the
load can be changed from small to
larre shot enabling the sportsman, in
anTnstant, to adapt his change to any
sized game that niav present itself tlie
ease with which it may be kept clean
its availability to a country where notli
in but muzzle-loading: ammunition
can m procured, all combine to recom
mend it to everv sportsman who can
aporeciate a perfect fowling piece.
'Warren Sentinel ;" (Front Royal, a.)
Whv suffer from Dyspepsia. Indigestion,
and loss of appcf it", when you can by us
ing Dr. Hmh i'.t celebrated J X It Bitters er
fect a perfect cure ; they are a pleasant and
invi"orat ing tonic, and endorsed and rec
ommended bv our most eminent Physi
cians fas per certificates on each bottle) for
all complaints of the Liver and Digestive
Or"ans. As a family medicine they have
lxequal. Sec advertisement in another
JOHN M. BACON,
IMPORTER AND DEALER
j ry, etc., etc.
"At (Jbarman t Warner's old 6tad
ately' occupied by S. Ack'ernan, Main et. .
CITRES TIIE WORST PAIXS
in From One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after readingthis advertisement need anv
one suffer with pain. RAD WAY'S READY
KELIKK is a sure cure lor every pain, it
was the first and is -
The Only Pain Kemedy
that instantly stops the most excruciating
pains, allays Innamation. ana cures vxm-
Bowels,or other glands or organs, by one
application, in from one 10 iweniy .Min
utes, no mailer now vioifui or cAuucmi
ing the pain, the Rheumatic, Bed-ridden,
Infirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or
prostrated with disease may suffer.
KADWAY'S READY KELIEF
will afford instant ease.
Innamation of the Kidneys.
Inrtamation of the lilauder.
lnflamation of the Bowels.
Congestion or tho Lungs.
Soro Throat, Difficult. Breathing.
Palpitation of the Heart,
nvsterics. Croup, Dyptheria.
Cold Chills, Ague Chills. i
The application of the Kenl- Relief to
the nart or parts affected where the pain
or difficulty exists will afford ease and
Twenty drops in hair a tumbler or water
will In a few moments cure Cramps,
Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick
Headache, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic,
Wind in t he Bowels, and all internal pains.
Trawlers should always carry a bottle of
Ituilwaj 'a Kend- Relief with them. A
few drops in water will prevent sickness or
pains from change of water. It is better
than French Brandy or Bitters as a stim
ulant. FEVER AND ACCK"" - '
Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents.
There is not a remedial agent in the world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and 'all oth
er Malarious, Billious, Scarlet, Typhoid,
Yellow, and ol her Fevers (added bv It AD
WAY'S PILLS) so quick as RAD WAY'S
READY RELIEF. Fifty cents ier bottle.
Sold by Druggists.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY ! !
Strong and pure rich Blood increase of
Flesh and weight clear skin and beauti
ful complexion secured to all.
has made the most astonishing cures; so
quick, so rapid are the changes the body
undergoes, under the influence of this truly
Wonderful Medicine, that evey day an in
crease in flesh and weight Is seen and felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD P&'RIFIER.
Every drop of the Sarsparillian Resol
vent communicates through the Blood,
Sweat, Urine and other lluld.i and Juices of
the system the vigor of life, for it repairs
the wastes of the body with new and sound
material. Scrofula, Syphilis, Consump
tion, Glandular disease. Ulcers in the
Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes In the
(.Hands and other parts of the system. Sore
Eyes, Strumous Discharges from the Ears,
and t he worst forms of Skin diseases. Erup
tions, Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots
Worms in the Flesh, Tumors, cancers in
the Womb, and all weakening and painful
discharges, Niht Sweats, Ixss of Sperm,
and all wastes of the life principle, are
within the curative range ot this wonder
of .Modern Chemistry, and a few days' uso
will prove to any person using it for eit her
of these forms of disease its potent power
to cure them.
If the patient, dally becomes reduced by
the wastes and decomositlon that Is con
tinually progressing, succeeds in arresting
these wastes, and repairs the same with
new material made lrom healthy blood
and this the Sarsparillian will and does
secure. Not only does the Sarsparillian
Resolvent excel all known remedial
agents in the cure of Chronic, Scrofulous,
Constitutional, and Skin diseases ; but it Is
the only positive cure for
Kidney and Uladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb diseases. Gravel, Dia
betes, Dropsy, Stoppage of Water, Inconti
nence ol Lrine, Bright's Disease, Albumi
nuria, and in all cases where there ara
brick-dust deposits, or the water Is thick,
cloudy, mixed with substances like th
white of en ejrj;, or threads like white silk,
or there is a tr orbid, dark, billious appear
ance, and -white bone-dust deposits, and
when t here is a pricking, burning sensa
tion when pussinjr water, and pain In the
small of the back and along the loins.
Price, 1 IW.
WORMS. The only known and sure
Remedy for iVonn.v I'in, Taje,ttr.
Tumor of 13 Yfars' Growth Cured liy
r.udnaj 'n Resolvent.
Heveulv, Mass., July IS, 1MW.
Dr. Raowav : I have had Ovarian Tu
mor in the ovaries and bowels. All the
Doctors said " there was no help for it." I
tried everything that was recommended:
but nothing helped me. I saw your Resol
vent, and thought I would try It; but had
no faith in it, because I had suffered for
twelve years. 1 took six bottles of the Re
solvent, ami one box of Radway's Pills,
and two bottles of your Ready Relief; and
t here is not a sign of tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter, and happier
than I have for twelve years. The worst
tumor was in the left side of the bowels,
over the groin. 1 write this to you lor the
benefit of others. You can publish It if
you choose. HANNAH P. KXAPP.
im. 11 AD WAY'S
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse,
and strengthen. Radway's Pill's, for tho
cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver,
Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder. Nervous Dis
eases, Headache, Constipation, Costive
ncss, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Billiousness,
Billions Fever, Inflammation of the Bow
els, Piles, and all Derangements of the
Internal Viscera. Warranted to affect a
positive, cure. Purely Vegetable, contain
ing no mercury, minerals, or deleterious
VObserve the following symptoms re
sulting from Disorders of the Digestive
Organs: Const it ion. Inward Piles, Fullness
of the Blood in t he Head, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of
Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations. Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried and difficult breathing,
Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffo
eatingSehsations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before the
Sight, Fever, Dull Pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspirat ion, Yellowness of tho
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Chest,
Limbs, and sudden Flushes of Heat, Burn
ing in the Flesh.
"A few doses of ltilvn y'x PHI will free
the system from all the above named dis
orders. Price, 2o cents per box. Sold by
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Dr. J. Walker's t'.uii'. w
Vinegar Hitters area pnr.d - Wg
ctable preparation, mad-j chit-fly fro:
the native herbs found on tin- low
ranges of the Sierra Nevada mounts:
of Ciilifornia. th& medicinal rr"p.-v:i
of which are extracted tbretrim wi
out the use ot AlcoVl. Tlv- oue.ti.
is almost daily n-ke-l. " What is t
cnuse of thft unp-.Tiiliclr-d gucrtssK t..
Vikkcjar Hitteks':" Our R-.v.-;r i
that they remov,: tlie cv.u c- o! di.;-a-and
tlie patk-et r cover : I.'.- lu:.i."
Tncy ar-. the grear h.o J. . urif:.T -a
lile-givinjj pi i ic.pl- a p-rfec It--;;
w.fer and Tuv:conitr o: th sy t-:i
Xv.?r hefo.-e i'i th8 hiKS-ry o: '.h worl
v.is a i:t---lici !.e-.-- co epovmil .1 po--.oxf-.ii:;;
0- r--ner;--1 le fiuditi: of
VtNCt.n V.i-frr.-. it- heahu : th-- Mc't
of every di'. a'-v'. Thr-y are i: g nil
Purgative a-i well as a Tonic, r.livviii;;
Ouige-iti i or Iiiilauimatloa ol the
Ijiver nn l Yi .cer.d Org.ins, in Bilious
Diseases. ' "
The iro)r-i t ies of im-.'.Waijcht-.v
Yc-rr.oAU Iittfks aro Aperient, Din
phoretie. NutritiouM, IjiXiitiv", Di"i
retie. s lativ , Counter-irritant, Su
rI5". Alt ra a-i l A -L-TJilion::.
ill.-.'-- i TOi 1 Vim
t.OATi I'.lTTniiS the mo.-t v.-o-.derlul
vigor -.ut tba v-wi" susiai:-.;d tho sink-
No iverso;i can take these
li it tors according to direct ions, and
remain louf kiiwc.11, provided their
bon&s are nut destroyed by mineral
poison or other irK-ivm. ami vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
IMIiou?, Ieiiiittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which ar. ro
preval 'id in tli" vallt-ys of our gie;;t
rivers thrnu-hout the Untied Slates,
especially hosi f the Jlissis.-iippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois. Tennessee,
Cnmbiiia:K.. Arkansas Et-d. Colorado,
BrHZos. 3Mo Grande. Pcnrl, Alabama,
.Mobil'-, !S:.v::unah, Koauoke, James,
and ma-iy oth( rr., wi.h their vast trib
it;'.ries, throrgboi'.t oar entire con-dry
oaring the Sumiuer ;.nd Aut":7in. and
romr.rkably duri: c; : einons of uii
usu.d heat and dryness, ara invariably
neeompav.i.-d b-y cxfOMivt! ders.nge
meuls (;f tuo f ivniAch ui:d liver, and
oth r ;.b.to::iiiird ricr;:. Ln their
trent.ie:d, a purgfltivt-, rX'Ttin
powi rl.l i'.i;iu-uic-.- upon tb s;o a:ior.s
organ--, ii e.semul. TIsere is no
cath-irtio lor Vi purpo ; emi:-.l to
Dr.. J. Vt'iuxr.'s YiNr.o.'.i: Dittf.es, as
they will speed ly rjinovu tie; l.;i!:
rolorrd vi ;eid 1.1 -.tt r with vhich tb
bow-l r.r : lo-.-d--d. ut the. Fame tiu.y
t-iiuiulating tim r-t-eivtio'.-s of tlie livtr,
c.'jd teener illy re-ioriig hi luuhby
i'luetioim of th-: digestivo organs.
Fortity the )oJy against
disease by purif in-j all its lluids
vit'i Ih DzTT:r-. Ivi epidetuio ea:s
takd lioMof ty..tom thus fore-armed.
DysjK-Tisiu or Inditreslioii,
Headache, IVi-i in the Slioulders,
Couvh Tightui-ss of the Chest. Diz
7.iue.;s. ;Sji; r Erttetatioii.. of the Kto
laac'i. D id Tasla in the :io-:th, Bili
ous Attacks, ldpiat:o-n cf the Htart,
I -.iflanimiti-in of the Tji:ngs, Pain in the
region of t' e Kidneys, and a hundred
other painful rymptora.", t r the off
Firinj' : of Dyspepia. One bottle will
prove beiti-r t-nira-nnt-.-e cf it-j merit
than i 1 -ntiiy r.dvt-riiseraont.
tf'jrcifVJ.i. or Kind's Evil,
vriiiN; Swellui;--. T7Ie--is, Erysipelas.
Swell jd Nock, n-.ltr -, Serofuh-us li:
fl.uumations, Mercurial affections, Old
Sores,. Druptions cf thf; Skin, Sore
Dyes, etc. In thoB -, a ; in rdl oilur
constitutional Di.-cases, Dr.. WALsr.i.'s
Yix-joar Di-rrjKs Lave fdiown their
great curative powers in the most
obstinate and intractable ta-: s.
For Inilaimnatory cr ( iiron
ie Klieiiinatism. don:, liiiiou.:,
llomitteut and Intc-rraittent rover.-.
Diseases of the Dlood. Diver, Kidney:
and Dladder. these IJi tiers Inve no
equal. Such Diseases aro e.-.usc-J 1 v
Mechanical Disc;;se. Per
sons engaged in TaiuLs and lllaeral..
such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold
beaters, and Minor-, as they advanc ;
iu life, are subject to paralysis of tho
Dowels. To guard against this, tak:
Da. Waiee's Yim:oak DrrrEiw.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Din -am, Blotches-, Spots,
PifDples, Pustules, Boils, Caibuuoler.,
Ringworms, Scald-head. Sore Eyes.
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations
of the Skin, Humors and DiseiiHcs of
the Skin of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of
the synt?m in a short time by the uo
of these Bi iters.
Tin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking iu the system of so many thou
sands are effectually destroyed "and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges no antheluiinitics will free tho -system
irom worms like these Bitters.
For Female Fomplaints, in
young or old, married or single, at tho
dawn of womanhood, or the turn of
life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an influence that improvement
is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Dlood
whenever you find ita impurities burst
ing through the akin in Pimples, Erup
tions, or Sores ; cleanse it wh n you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the
veins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your
feelings will tell you when. Keep tho
blood pure, and the health of the sys
tem will follow.
II. II. UrDOXAI.I) dfc CO.,
PriiKK'ts & Gcu.A-ita.. San FranciHco. CaHfor
ui. A: cor. of WhnHinftou & Charlton Sti..N.y.
.Sold by all Irnonit nnd Drnlttrm.
-JV'OTICK IS IIEUEIiY GIVEN THAT
X pursuant to an order of 'he County
Court of the county of Marion, in the State
of Orepron, made and entered at t he Janu
ary term thereof, to wit : On the 5th day of
January, A. D. 1474, in the matter or the
estate of Alvan K." Waller, late of said
county, deceased, I will sell at public auc
tion, at the Court House door in Oregon
City, in the county of Clackamas, in said
State, to thehifrhest bidders, for pold coin,
at the time of sale, nt tho hour of 10 o'clock
A. M. on t he
. !i9th day of Auaft, A. O. 1S74,
the following described premises situated
ln said county of Clackamas, belonging to
said estate, to wit : 40 acres off of the dona
tion land claim of George Crow, and lying
sout heast of the 40 acres heretofore owned
by Charles Bunell, said first mentioned -10
acres being part of claim No. 49 In said
Clackamas county, and being the same
forty acres deeded to Alvan . Vallr by
W. W. Judd, by deed, bearing date of the
J 1th day of November,".. P. I8G7.
natrt Sslm. Jul" )th. 1R74. td
DR. JOII1ST WELCH,
cseoo.v crrr, OH"5r&o;
DESIRES TO INFOH31 THE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doinjr
business on the old motto, that
A JCimble Six Tencc is Better than a Slenv
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OJT GOODS
over before offered ln this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing:, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Faming tlons of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets.
Cloth, Wall Taper, etc..
Of the above list, I can say my stock Is the
ever offered ln this mnrket. and was seleted
with especial care for the Oregon Citv trade.
All of which I now offer for sale at the
Lowest Market Raes.
.JiCo,us? fo-Tthe ladles, or any one else, to
think of Kolng to Portland to buy goods for
I am Determined to Sell Cheap and not to
allow myself to be
UNDERSOLD IN 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 for me to tell vou 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 I wish to say Is
Come, ami Sff.and Examine for Yourselves
fori do no wish to make any mistakes.
?y.0J,-iect Is to teU a11 m5" od friends now
that I am still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
Main Street, Oregon City.
I-egnl Tenders and Countv Scrip taken at
larfcel rates. T1IO.S. CHARMAN.
K?"j0,000 lbs wool wanted bv
Established, in 18G0.
13. zV. HUGHES
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THE CITI
zens of Oregon City, and vicinity,
that he has purchased, fitted up and filled
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE,
on Main Street.between Third and Fourth,
My stock consLsts of
Root and Shoes,
Pprftimerj-, Ha(and Cn,
PIa.ted-Wo.re, Ijiilit-H' and Grnt'
Kurnlaihlnj-r Goods, China Tea Seta,
Table Cutlery, Hosiery,, Crockery,
VnnUee Notion. Hardware,
HOPE, GRAIN SACKS, &c, &c.
Having been, established since 1SGO, my
long experience in business enables mc to
know what to buy for this market.
MY STOCK OF
is Large and well Assorted.
There is no house in the City that
Can Undersell Me.
SMALL PROFITS AND (HICK RETURNS,
Is my Motto.
1T,1.-"a KV,n,I"e ni Goods hefore
yon ,lwner. "rt I -tI11 suit
Oregon City, fily mhST.0 H ES"
GREAT SLAUGHTER !
The goods have been bought at PANIC
PRICES and will be sold ln accordance.
Dont forget calling before you lay in
:cjir supplies. , . ... , .
AUCTIIOy AN COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Corrntr of Front & Omit Bta.,I-rtlrA
Of Real Estate, Groceries. General Mt-r
chandlse and Horses.
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
At Private Sale.
English Refined Bar and Bundle Iron
t-nglish Square and Octagon Cast
bteel. Horse Shoes, Kiisps.
Sheet Iroti, R,
jrCC asort'-int of Groceries nnd I.io-
Jan 1 Hfl-fr A' B' RICHARDSON.
PRICES REDLCED TO SOT THE TlXES.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S. ACKER MAN & CO.
AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGS
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
which they otTer
CHEAPER THAN TIIE CHEAPEST I
We would say come and conv Inco your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Oar-ttock
consists In part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
Ladies and Genta
m I e s, Hard
ware, and a great many other articles too numer
ours to mention ; also.
Glass and Puttr,
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange O
For which we pay the Highest Prices.
S. ACKBRMAN t COO
Oregon City. October 31. !S73-tf.
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF I
THE IMMENSE WlXTfin STOCK OP
BOOTS and SHOES!
; AT THE .
Pacfic Boot & Shoe House.
Corner First and Morrison Streets,
Will bo Closed Out for the Next Thirty
At and. Less Than Cost.
P II I C B Si
Ladles' Kid Foxed Balmorals, f 1 5fry
.'iisst-a uu ao 1 Uo
Children's do do l oo
Men's Heavy Bo?t 2 75
Boys' do " 2 00
Youth's do .... 150
Children's Boots, , 100
Men's Kip Hand-made Cusiom 3-soled
Boots, 5 00
Patridge's Slaughter Roots... 4 00
do Grain Hunt ing Boots ..4 50
Hibbard's Celebrated Hand-made
French calf 6 50
Smith, Champlin & Co. (Portland)
Custom Krpnch calf ft rn
Smith, Champlin &' Co"" (Pomand)
.- i . 1 1 1 .-viiit-rit-jin c;ni..................,... o oil
Men's best Quality Hunting. 5 50
do American Riding 6 0
do Buckle Artie Overshoes. . 2 00
do Alaska do 1 50
do best quality Rubber do 100
Women's Buckle Artie Overshoes.. 1 50
do do do 1 25
do Self-acting Rubber do 100
Men's Screwd Brogans 175
do Peg-red do 100
do CaUfornia Calf, tap sole 4 50
do do buff calf, tap sole 3 50
OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Str. E. 1ST. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
every day Except Sunday, at 7H o'clock,
A. M. Rcturninir. will leave Portland for
Oregon City at 2fc o'clock, P. M
Will lRve OREGON CITY for CORVALLI8
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Will leave OREGON CITY for McMINV
VILLE, LAFAYETTE and DaYTON, and
all points between, every Mondav, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. "Leaves
th.?Jw,Tl af 8 'clock. M., and connect
with the train at Canemah at 9, a. m.
IjC5v,5TOREGOX CITY for HARRISBTTRG
and ELGENE and all intermediate points
Str. Fannie !Patton,
Leaves OREGON CITY for ALBANY and
all intermediate points between twice ev
rv wseJt. r J. p. BILEB. Ag-?rt,