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OREGO.X CITrOREGOX, AUGUST 21, .157 1.
Zetter from Northwest."
Corr-Jspondcn'o of the Daily Oregonian.
Oswego, August 5, 1871.
Tlio neTTsr comes from different
the harvest for fall
wheat is pei
u-al this week in Wil-
the weather, so far,
is all that
ill be desired for that
purpose, lue prospects of an
abundant crop, safely . secured and
selling at prices that will pay the
farmers an a . erage remuneration for
their labor, are encouraging to those
interested i i the prosperity of the
THE OBLGON TROX COMPANY
at the village of Oswego, is an inter
esting place to visitors, at present.
The manufacture of iron at the
Company's f arnace is in full opera
tion, and the process of smelting is
in full working order. The build
ings are extensive and complete ;
erected in a most substantial and
durable- mauner, and admirably
located for ptrcuring the ore, timber
for making cntrcoal and convenient
(shipping. 'YV stack that encloses
the furnace f.i piece of as fine stone
and brick wcrk as ever was erected
for a similar purpose. The furnace
is brought to an intense heat be
moans of charcoal and a powerful
blast of air forced through a pipe
into a condenser in the wind house
by means of a high pressure, that
acts on the principle of a pair of bel
lows. The furnace is charged twico
an hour, each time with 2G bushels
of charcoal, from 7C0 to 000 pounds
of ore, and from 100 to 120 pounds of
limestone. This is kept up day and
night and all the days of the week,
every eight hours the melted ore is
drawn of in moulds made in the
form of bars three feet long, making
three citings in the twenty-four
hours. Each easting yields two and
a half tons of iron bars, equal to
about eight tons each day. In this
department there are ten men em
ployed, in two divisions of live each,
that work twelve hours. It is warm
work and requires unceasing atten
tion, constant care and good judg
ment. Thero aro six kinds of bar iron
made at these- works : Nos, 1 and 2
are soft grades of iron adapted for
foundries; Nos. 3 arid -4 are highly
tempered for railroad car wheels;
.rsos. u and b are made very hard and
highly tempered for various purposes
The iron is considered by competent
judges to be the best on this coast,
ml equal to any made m the United
ore is got a
near the surface of the
. , 1 nea to remove the
fine oro is sc.. , , ,
t , . H haifl lumps are
dirt, the lar, , 1 .,
, ; ' 0 e them oasilv
roasted so as to in 3. . , . -
broken beitfre beia t".
furnace, a veil as to !ltil - V
smoltinjy. The; roasting Cccr "
similar to the irjcde of burnir..?. lim-
Men tire kept i .respiting for or1 1111
the time. The urfi?atjons are tu. -1
the district is interacted with .nnm
crous betU of oiv. v 'ii-'cofJ is u?e I
in preference to coal, i eing free from
sulphur, and limeton? is used to
remove r.r.r sulphur that. e m
tlie ore. Tiie limestone is shipped
from San Juan Island on tho onnd,
because it can l. brought tvoziCiC
.lioni-nii- 4 ho ii if' cm lio lv milroa't
1 1 I I l I 'V L lllllll ' " ' ' . ' - "
from Roseburg ijn our own State. A
largo number o
men are employed !
in'- burning, h i
lling and storing j
ic works are under
tuo elhcient su
orintendence of Mr.
C. E. r,ot?ford.
The Com iany have
a good general tore for supplying
their men and iHo public, and a neat,
comfortable ofli i ? in the s ime build-
mir under the c
irge of 'Mv. Brown
aud Mr. Cealev
We fou id all these
Ibliging and willing
to crive any in
In tbo various .leiartni'3nts of the
work wood-chopping, charcoal
burning, mi ling, hauting, smelting
and superintending there are up
wards of a hundred men employed.
Tho wholo establishment does credit
to the Company who originally con
structed the works at a cost of j?l23,
0(H); to the enterprise of the present
Coiiipany. who aro likely to make it
successful, and to the gentlemen who
are in charge of ho different depart
ments. There is little doubt bnt this com
pany's works vfill, in a reasonable
time, grow to Arge proportions and
prove one of tlrvalnable institutions I
ui iiio oLiinj. x ii- aiu uumui sup
plying the Oregon Stove Manufac
turing Company in East Portland
with their iron, which company are
raakiug arrangements to supply the
wants ol the b.ate "with stoves of a
. . . . . . .
superior quality, that will save.-?o(X,-
IHM) from leavi
Uregon for this
'f the O rejron and
ad Company wonld
reilucc tho frej
It ou limestone from
need not be a pound
ct l'uiio or limt tone imported from
San Juan. As it i., the best of lime
stono is locked up in the mountains
of Douglas Co unty, except to a vory
limited extont, waiting tho energy,
enterprise and business capacity of
some company that will give the
proper encouragement to develop
this and similar industries.
TIIE VILLAGE OF WWEGO.
has assumed something of its former
bustle and business appearance; all
the houses are occupied and the
steady growth of the place is guar
anteed by the increasing success of
the Company's Iron Works. The
site of the town is elevated and com
mands a good view of tho Willam
ette river and a good front view of
the country for many miles. The
timbered land for many miles in the
neighborhood of Oswego is admira
bly adapted for raising fruit to per
fection." The trees are well protected
from storms; the ground is high,
rolling, and lies well to the sun; the
soil is sandy clay, rich, productive
and requires no irrigation. A visitto
MESSRS. GEO. W. WALLING SOX'S.
orchard and nurserv will satisfy the
most casual observer of the trnth of
these statements. Their place, known
as tho Willamette Orchard and
Nursery, is located two miles above
Oswego. They have forty acres em-
oracea in their orchard and nursery,
and will increase them vear by year.
num. iuey have a hundred acres
planted. They have 1,000 plum
trees, 1,000 pear trees, 500 cherry
trees, and 4uo apple trees, bearing
fruit. They excel in raising the
peach" plum," the resulfof "heir own
cultivation,; it is one of the largest,
richest 'and best for - drying arid
cooking in the United States. It is
a universal favorite wherever known
the demand for them, when dried,
i3 unlimited in the Eastern States,
and no fruit pays better. Their
Italian, German and French prunes
are almost as distinguished as their
peach plums. . Oregon is the only
State in the Union where the gen
uine prune is cultivated to perfec
tion. Their cherries are very fine, such
as the May Tuke, Major Francis,
Black Tarterian, Royal Ann and
They have 300,000 fruit trees in
their nursery, at their private resi
dence, and the same number in their
nursery in the immediate neighbor
hood of Oswego, including all their
choicest kinds and many other vari
eties not mentioned. Last year they
sold $3,000 worth of plums. This
season the plnm trees have not borne
so well with them. The peach plum
trees begin to bear when three years
old.' A tree will produce a bushel of
plums when four years old; at eight,
when the tree is at maturity, it will
yield eight bushels of CO pounds
each to the bushel, making 180
pounds to a full grown tree.
These statatements go to show the
value of cultivating choice fruit,
when convenient to market or having
facilities to ship. At present the
market is overstocked with apples
and have not paid any profit for
raising them for some years.
MR. A. II. SHIPIEY,
located two miles west of Oswego, is
distinguished for raising small fruits
and berries for the Portland market.
He is cultivating an extensive vinery
that will pay him well in one or t vo
MR. S. LTJEILIXa,
of Milwaukie, ranks among the best
fruit raisers and nursery men in the
State. II is poaches, pears, cherries,
plums, prunes and berries are equal
to any iu the Portland market. Ho
gives his individual attention to this
business, and understanding it thor
oughly ho has made it a decided
success. So much for meu netting
into a good business, understanding
it thoroughly - and attending to it
f xierseveringly. These gentlemen are
all as distinguished in the private
and public walks of life for their
integrity of character and honorable
dealing as they are for raising the
best and choicest fruit trees in the
Stat on the Farm. The Rural
JTetc Yorker talks to the farmers and
farmer's boys as follows:
If discontented farmers, farmers
wives, sons and daughters, who think
the delights of city life something
worth realizing, could walk through
our streets to-day and read one-thousandth
part of the misery and appre
hension that haunt the hearts of all
classes and are making lines on their
faces, they would thank Go.l for the
peace and seclusion and abundance
gathered in the gai'dens of their
homes. Thousands of men and wo-
i tjen are, at the beginning of winter,
i suddenly thrown out of employment!
--. . i : i c xi. 1 -
OW comparand eiv , ui uitw iiae;
ht la P in store, lonng wo-
Mock through the streets with
ea-'er, anxious eyes, witu
. .-n. r j .... n.
lips quivering vmu tear iesi uiey iiui
to obtain etnplo 'ent that shall give
them food and s.Vlter. Iioys and
-iris of the country, be grateful for
Plenty and shelter. : will, per
i.aps. never kuo how . o value it
,-tM U yotl want and cannot yt either.
of tliesa in the c.'tv are
now - , , ,,,1,1
jorn: ana now many -
not havo the
It'lULU, tliil-l . , T, .1 1,
iiioniw to fet. tli
hyb ' r aimers, inaua.
and that you
have unsold food for' your fam.iie.
You have reason !
Often. Love-matches are"
formed bv people who pay
month of honey with a life of vii.e"
HOW IS THET1ME T0:
50 PER YEAR,
PAYABLE IX ADVANCE. .
Each number contains the
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
From all Parts of the World ;
A Carefully Selected Summary of
STATE AND TERRITORIAL
A Corrected List or tlie Markets in
Portland, San Francisco and Orrson Citv
LOCAL NEWS, EDIT0KLVLS,
On all Subjects of Interest to tho
r AK.uLK, jlERCIIAM OR MECHANIC.
Also, Carefully Selected
In Short.lt is la Every Re.pct a
Having a large and constantly increasing
Circulation In the most populous part of
the State, offers superior inducements to
those who wish to Advertise.
Advertisements inserted on
Tti Campaign of 1S74 will soon begin
and it U therefore a good time to Subscribe
in order that you may be posted on currant
evetus. Sond 1 your stiVmcrlption fttonoe.
mar CT TO 5 S" 3 Tl IF
e ysfcs5i??' . nTirr- t trrTtm tii iiiai
i l- nll ,mler of he founty
jitbr'cita yn isb.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery t N'otions,
Ladies and Gents' -Furnishing
etc., etc., etc., etc
Main Street, Oregon City.
Produce of all kinds bought, for which
pay the highest market price. Jf you
sire good Goods at Low prices, call at
I. S R JL L lG' S
and examine his new stock of Spring goods
Give me a call and convince yourslys
My motto is,
" QUICK SALK8 AND SMALL PROMTS."
The highest market price paid for wool
Oregon City, Oct. 31, lS73-tf.
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
First Street letveeit Alder Mini Mor
rison Sts., and Alder Street between
First and Front Street.
VN INSTITUTION DESIGNED TO PRE
pare Btti'S, I'OUXG and MIDDLE
AGHD MKSiox Business Affairs.
M. DeFUAXCK, I
li. WHITE, t
For acquiring a Practical Business F.ducfi
tion this institution oifers superior advan
tages, and is acknowledged by Leading
Business Men to be the best
on the Pacific Coast, and second to nono.
Eacli Department is First Class, and is un-
uer the special charge of expekiexckd
TEACHEILS, and the whole school is under 1
niv .'ii cull v iiiti'. i j . .v r r. ii c- c r. .
the immediate superintendence of the
President aud Secretary. The school room
and counting are united upon a plan that
secures to the student all the practical ad
vantaiitages of each. There is inppcration
A HAXKIXti IIOVSK
fully illustrating that business. The same
system being observed in each department,
the student buys, sells, ships, barters, con
signs, discounts, insures, draws cheeks,
notes and drafts, gives leases, deeds. Ac,
aud goes through the entire routine of
In adding to the oompl'-teness of the In
stitution the proprietors have Instituted a
SEPARATE DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES.
The entrance to rooms of this Department
is upon Alder street, and access t thorn
is had only by the teachers and lady stu
dents. ICare facilities are oilered to ladies
for acipiiriu a Thorough. Knowlcdtr of
Uusiness Practice ; of Telegraphy and Pen
DEPARTMENT OF TELEGRAPHY
Is In charge of firt-class ojx-rators and
teachers, and supplied with all the appar
atus of a (irst-elass olllee.
This Institution as now conducted claims
to have faeilit is for impart ing a t horough
knowledge of the
Art of Penmanship !
that not one in ten of the Pi'sinf.ss Col-LKU'-.s
now in existence possesses; the J)e
parttnent leing under t h special superin
tendence of one oft lie Leading Penmen of
the United States.
Korfull particulars send for Natioxal
Ri'siness t'oi.r.KciK JortiNAi. sent to any
part of the con nt rv free. Address,
Ui KK . K ei v;uti;
Ick P.ox HU, Portland, Oregon.
CHAS. II. CAUPIELD,
GENERAL M ERCII AJfDISE,
CORXEK OF SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY.
Has Just Received a New .Slock of
Calicoes, Dress Goods, IJrown and IJlcaehed .Sheetings,
House Iining, Shirtings, Tahle-L.inen, Iri.-h Ilosoin Jineus,
Tiinen Towelling. Tal.le-Clotlts, Corsets, Indies' and Ge nts'
Ho.-je, Tli read, C'ainbi ks, liuttons, Kildjon-i, Traces and Insertions
Ksnhroidery, White Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Ac
Also, a full assortment of
LADIES' A WD CHILDHRM'S SHOES,
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Wic-ks and Chimneys
M'lltcJi have :ee .lelecled vili sperial care for this market anil cannot
nE SURPASSED IX QUALITY OR PKICE.
Tim 2iGHi:sT M.uJKirr jmhci: paid for couxtkv I'lumcn:,
.r-,irch 13, 1T3 :Lf
v ' -
estate of Alvan r . Waller, lure 01 s..
countv.'deceiis-'d, I will sell nt public auc
tion, at the Court Holism door in Oregon
Citv, in the county of Clackamas, in said
State, to the highest bidders, for gold coin,
at t he time of sale, at the hour of 10 o'clock
A. M. on the
lilHli l:iy f Aufrw t, A. 1. 171,
the following described premises situated
in said county of Clackamas, belonging to
5aid estate, to wit : 1" acres on oi uif uomi-
tion land claim oi .eoryre i row, aim ims,
sou? beast of the 40 aercs heretofore owned
by Charles Itunell, said first mentioned 40
acres b.ing part of claim No. 40 in said
Cl ickamas county, and being the same
fort v acres deeded to Alvan f . Waller, by
w r .In. Id. bv deed, bearinir date of the
14th day of OVem
Vt, A. I. lstiT
Ad minist ratrix.
Dated SaiVm, July 20th, 1ST4. td
County Assfssor's Notice
" 1,1 . t ..-III
the County Clerk of said cou'ni , .tiici
then and there publicly examine im as
sessment Rolls and correct ai. irro rs in
valuation, description or qulltics oi lanu
lots or other proix rty, and all lK ison s in
terested are hereby cited to appear .n m
time and place above mentioned.
N. R. WORSilAM,
Axxesor of C'fick'itnat (Jounty Or.,
Clackamas county, Aug. 7th, 1.S71 3w
Final Scttkmeat '.
In the matter of the estate of John Flem
ing, deceased i
XJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i the linal account of T. J. McCarver
administrator of said estate, has lKen tiled
and the court has set the 7th dayorsep
tem ber, 1S74, beins t be first day of t he Sep
temberterm of County Court, of Clacka
mas countv. State of Oregon, all parties
and arsons are notified that the Court
will, on said day, hear objections to said
report if any there be. . . , -r
X. W. RAN DALL.
Attest, County Judge.
J. M. FRAZER, County Clerk.
August 3d, 1K74. aug"w4.
A. C. WALLI SMG'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
I'lttocU's HalldiHC Corner of
anil Front Streets.
PORTLAND, - -
DUNK BOOKS RULED AND HOUND
L to any desired pattern. Music books
Magazines, Newspapers, etc.. bound in v
ery variety of style known to the trrade.
Orders from the country promptly at
t ourt of the county of Marion", in t .ie State
of Oregon, made and entered a. t'le.ianu
nrv term thereof, to wit : n the ";') "'
i..'.. A Ii lxTI iii tbo matter ..' tno
the last Mon.lay, to-wit: the rflst daj
of u"-nst Y- J 1ST4 the Hoard of Kouali
SaUorTin and nVrlhe county of Claccams.
t. ...:n H..n nttnc omcr'oi
oiiiu: oi uci'swu,
1 CO'JP.TSSY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY.
was first known in America. Its merits are now
Well known throughout the habitable world. It
has the oldest and best record of any Liniment in
the world. From the millions upon millions of
bottles sold not a single complaint has ever
reached us. As a Healing and Pain-Subduing
l iniment it has no equal. It is alike, beneficial to
MAN AND BEAST.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
S. T -1860-X
Is a purely 1'etretable Preparation, composed
of Calisaya Hark, Roots, Herbs and f ruits,
amour which luill be found Sarsaparilian,
Dandelion, Wild Cherry, Sassafras, Tansy,
Genitan, Sweet Flag etc.; also Tamarinds,
Dates. Prunes a nd lunmer Berries, ireserz'ed in
. . Y. , , x r . i . - . y
ttficicnt quantity oniy) oj tie sjiris oj ou
par Cane to neei in any climate. i hey inva
riably relieve aid cure the following com
plaints : Dyspefisia, "Jaundice, Liver Com
plaints, Loss of Appetite, Hcadacke, Bilious
A ttacks, fever and Ague, Summer Complaints,
Sour Stomach, Palpitation of the Heart, Cen
tral Debility, etc. They are especially adap
ted as a remedy for the diseases to which
art subjected, and at a tonic for the Aged,
Feeble and Debilitated, has no equal. They art
strictly intended as a Temperance Tonicor Bit
ters, to be used as a medicine only, and always
according to directions.
Sold J5Y All First-class Drucgists.
lsvery7feed, "and sale
J . I 1
rpirr: un'ukkshjxfp propuietokof
L. the Livery St able on Fifth street .Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Saddle ami Ilujfiry Horses,
l?ri c es Ivcasonable.
IIo will also run a hack to and from the
VILHOiT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with rood
j horses, competent and jr'iit Iemanly drivers.
FARE AT LIVING RATES.
.1. M. ITiA.KIi. Prot.rietor.
Oregon City, May 27, ls:i.
M A A' UJfAO TO It T KS.
WSLL3 Attft SINGER
fl c o -r n n v Wt-St
FOR THE MAKUFACT'JRE OF
AXD MOI LDIXCS OF ALL SIZES'.
They will al;o do Turning of every de
script ion to order,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
R7-A11 work warranted. Shop on the
River, in Lewis' Shop Opposite Oretron
AGENTS FOU THE ENTERPRISE.
The following persons are authorized to
act as agents for the Entkiipri.sk :
Geo. I. Rowcll it Co., 40 I'ark Row. New
Coe, Wet herill Jfc Co., C07 Chestnut street
Abbott & Co., No. S2 and St Xass.m street
New York. '
Portia nd .Oregon L. Se. m ltc 1
San Francisco tThos. P.oyce
Helens, Columbia countv S. A Mil
Vstoria, Clatsop county
A. an Dusen
.J. ii. Smith
1 .afayet I e, Ya m h i 1 1 county J.L. Ferguson
Dallas, Polk county nave Holmes
.. R. Dofv
..R. K. Hanna
..lion. .Tf-klm I n n ... .
Canjon City.Orant c w. Ii. I-i.sweii
Albany , ; rnoij
Dalles, Wasco county II. (iates
i ivj i ii ,i m, IIIMII I'OllIllV
Pendleton, Umatilla county S.'v.'lvnox
Rose burg ,
m. i nompson
K. 1. Hristow
Hon. I,. F. Lane
( J. R. Ralston
.Hon. E. D. Fondray
II. C. Huston
Sc.a.v.er,.rreek C F. Reatie
J. W. Strawser
Frank W. Foster
Capt. Z. C. Norton
Upper Molalla - W. H. Vaughan
THE ROOM FORMERLY OCCUPIED
as the Council Chamber, In Dr. Thes
ing's brick building. Apply at thi oflioo.
Dr. J. Walker's.' Ciilifonita
VillOIjar IJittcrS are a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly froia
the native herbs fonn.l on tire lower
ranges of the&ierra Nevada mountains
of California, th& medicinal pTopiTtips
of which are eitractftl tberol'roni with
out the use ot Alcohol. The question
is almost d;iily nsked. ""Wliat is the
cause of the unparalleled success of
Vinegar RrrTEr..s?" Our nnswer is,
that they remove the'eause of disease,
and the patient iveovrr his health.
They are the pre.'it b:o:l purifier and
a lile-giviiig p:i;ie j'le r p-.rioct Inno
vator and Inv.x'or.ii";- oi' the system.
Never before in' the hisir-ry of the world
iiiis a niedii'i :e U-;- c npondd pos
sessing ilirt reiaaru-s.Mo qualities of
Vineous lirrrra-s i:i healiu. the sick
of every disease. They are a penlla
Purgative a veil as a Tonic, relieving
Congestion or Inflammation of the
Liver and Tiaceral Organs, in Bilious
Tlie propcrt ics of Dr.."U"ALKEn's
YrxKo.ut 1)ittkk are Aperient, Dia
plioreie. Nutritious, Laxative, Diu
retic. '.!:itive, Counter-irritant, Su
dorific, Alt-era'ive. nnd A-ti-Bilious.
(siatt'lili rilOllsaiMls proclaim
ViKKfiAR Bittei;s the most wonderful
Iuvigorant that aver sustained the sink
No person can take these
Kittei'S according to directions, and
remain long unwell, provided their
bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
IJilious, Keniittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberlana, Arkansas, lied, Colorado,
Brazos, llio Grande. Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Itoanoke, James,
and many others, with their vast trib
utaries, throughout our entire country
during the Summer and Autumn, and
remarkably so during seasons of un
usual heat and dryness, are invariably
accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, aud
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon these various
organs, ii essential. There is no
cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. J . Walker's Vixeoar Bitters, as
they will speedily removo the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are -loaded, at tho Fame timo
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
end generally restoring the healthy
functions of he uigestivo organs.
Fortify the body against
disease l-y purifing all its fluids
with the Bitters. No epidemic can
take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Headache, Tain in the Shoulders,
Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Diz
ziness, Sour Eructations of the Sto
mach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bili
ous Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart,
Inflammation of the Lungs, Tain in tho
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred
other painful symptoms, are the eff
spring. of Dyspepsia. Ono bottle will
prove a better guarantee of its merits
than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
White Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas.
Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous In
flammations, Mercurial affections, Old
Sores,. Eruptions of the Skin, Sore
Eyes, etc. Iu these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Dr. "Walker's
Vixeoar Bitters havo shown their
great curative powers in tho most
obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory or Chron
ic lilieiimaf ism, Gout, Bilious,
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
Diseases of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, these Bitters have no
equal. Such Diseases are caused bv
Mechanical Diseases. Per
sons engaged in Taints and Minerals,
such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold
beaters, and Miners, as they advanco
in lite, are subject to paralvsis of the
Bowels. To guard against this, taka
Dr. Waiter's Vinegar Bitters.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Bheum, Blotches, Spots,
Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles,
Ringworms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations
of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of
the Skin of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of
the system in a short time by the nso
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tane, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and removed-
No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free tho
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in
young or old, married or single, at the
dawn of womanhood, or tho turn of
life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an influence that improvement
is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you find its impurities burst
ing through the skin in Pimples, Erup
tions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the
veins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your
feelings will tell you when. Keep the
blood pure, and the health of the sys
tem win follow.
II. II. IWcnON-ALD CO.,
UrupgiBta & Gen.A(7ts.. Kan Francisco, Califor
nia, k cot. of Whasington & Charlton SU..N.T.
bold, by all lruglta and Dealer.
THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
STILL IN TIIE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
ITEFP TIIE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
f XV. of Family Groceries to be found in the
city, ah pooas warranted. Uoods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
price paid for country produc.
Orecoa City, March 28, 1873.
MSR C II A N D I SB.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
and nil kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will sell aa low as any house In Oregon for
CA V OR ITS HQ VITALRXT
2n Good Merchantable rnxiuee.
I am selling very low for
CASH 13 HAND
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS
Give nie a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1X73.
ENTERPRISE BOOK & JOB
OREGOX CITY, : OREGON.
TVTE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE
all kinds of
In fact all kinds of work done a in Prlntinc
ALL KINDS Or
constantly on hand, and for sale at as low
a price as can be had in the State.
Orezon City. March 21. 1873-tf.
About 150 pounds of long prim
er, of which this is an impression,
lias been in use but a short time,
good work. Price 25 cents lb,
either tied up or in cases cases
A small font of Xonperiel of which this is an
impression. Price 35 cents V 5- As good as new.
TV. ere Is enough to set about one column of tbia
rPT9oli- Address this office.
cvitKs the Worst i vrv
. NOT ONE HOTTR
after reading this advertisem
one RunVrwit.h imir. i .
RELIEF is a sure'eure fn
was the first and is J I'ttin.
TUe Only Paill Ren
f ontli e. i
o t- il iiat Inn in I m t-a i - uv
utes, no matter how violent or Jl y 'in
lng the pain, the Itheumatic iVHCrucl:
Intinn, Crippled, Nervous NVnVl",niidtn
prostrated with disease may sumy '
KADAVAWS HEADY RKUfp
will afTord instant ease
Inflamation oi the KidnfS
infiamation of th?1 '0t the 'kr.
Sore Throat. DifflcuTSatTi th
. . Palpitation oi tho u
Hysterics, Croup. Dyptheria. 0 Ut
Headache, Toothache. lnflutuia.
Co.d Chills AsuouSS6'"' E1",,!0
'I lift .-..l . ; . .
.... "ill o
I lie annlicflt irm t r
the uart ur oarts arTt -i : Jlf
or Uifllcultv exists xi-m V , Uu
Tweiltv drniis in Vmirn .
will in a feV7nomemr'rrerc .rat(r
i, .Hiiusrwi waier. it is
than Fivnfh l'.i-,. ...4 .. u... ! ls
I I.I I M S. I I I I III l lilin.n . . . .
rs as a
FETEB AXD AG UK.
Fever and Amm . ...
Thpivltnnl o ,.-,.,.. " "r. ul.J" Cflif
wi w:": ,j n in woi
---.. . 1 uiiu yf;u", ail 11 n !1 ,,,1
er Mnlurinii:. l'.ui;,.o . '"all,)tl..
-- - .......... . il 1 1 1 1 nl .
or . u.
Strong and pure rich Blood incn-ase
Flesh and weight clear skin and h-am
ful complexion secured to all.
has made tlie most astonishins cur, ' s,
quick, so rapid are the chan-res t ii- !J(iv
undorsrrK-s unU(;r tlie influence of 1 1ns tru V
onderlul Medicine, tiiat evev da v an"
crease m flesh and weight is seen and f&
TIIE CHEAT HI.OOI) PUHIFIEIl.
Every drop of the Sa rsj.-i rilli Ii,,,-.
v-it coiiiiiHink-.ues thim-h tho p.1,,0."'
bweat, Lrme and ot lier liuius and juices,
the system the viorof life, tor it rvi.;.,.;
the wastes of t h,- b.nly wit h new and s'.tir.
material. Scrofula, Syphilis, onvU,.
tion. tilandular disease. Ulcers in t.
Throat,. Mouth, Tumors, Nod- s ri
(ilands and ol her parts 01 tlie svsf,
Ey-s, Strumous lischares lroin tli'- F -and
the worst forms of skin diseas, 5 i 'r''.T'
tions. Fever Sores, scald Head, I-ii:t-Vr(
.Salt lllieuin, Krysij elas. Acne, lAnvh
Worms In the Flesh, Tuttior.s, eanc'K'i.
t he Worn b, and all weakt-niri ami 1 ;. .,
discharges, Nitrlit Sweats, Loss ,,i
and all wastes of tlie life prijieii.;,1.
within the curative ranjre 01 this w,
of Modern Chemistry, and a f. w J:is' "
will prove to any person usin it i.r , ;J
of t hese lorms 01 disease its potent ei,-. i
to c;ire tliem. ' " r
If tlie patient, daily Jcomes r (he j jv
the wastes arid decomposition t i:a'is
tinually proressinir. succeeds in h'j.
these wastes, and repairs tin- snwl v
new material made lrnm healtl.v 1!,'.-
anlthis the Sarsjariliian v.ii! ;":t,j t,'
secure. Not only d,x-s the Sar- ;,ri"
Resolvent excel all known r lu-'i'.!
agents in the cure of Oironie, s, n,- :,'
7oiistitutional, and .Skin diseases l.yV
the only positive cure lor ' !.
Kidnej- and Bladder Complaisits
Urinary and Womb diseases. (;,-;, ' '
betes, lropsy, stoppage of Va: 'r. ! ,'. ''
nenee of Uriii'-, l:right's I 'is, ;is ' '. .
nuria, and in all eases U.. r- V-brick-dust
dejMislts, or the v;i, r N
cloiuly. mixed with sut.staiie-s r !
white of an egg, or threads . '
or there is a morbid, dark, bUii. , .
ance, and white bono-Uufi d-'pi'-is 1
when t here is a. j rickiiiir, I 'in, m J ,' .
tion when passing vater, a nd p.'iT j- '
sjnall ff the hack and aion'-'V....
liee, $1 (. "
W0K.11S.-Tlm only known ;i; .
Remedy tor H vrtiis I'm, Tur,
Tumors of l'i Vessrst' (irnu't;-, (ir.
Uunuiiy s Kernl-verit
BKVKRI.Y, Mass., Ju'r .
Bit. IUdway : 1 have had )v; r : ;i
ntftrin the ovaries and bow- " V'"
Doctors said "there as no h !; t
tried everything that was r-'conini' -m: :"
but nothing helped nie. I saw vec p. V
vetit, and thought I would tr. i' i. 1
no laith in it. l eanse I h.ui .""i7er'. ' ' -twelve
years. I took six lx.lt les 01 ti. I -solvent,
and one box of v -t.
and two bottles of your Rejulv K j i," r
there is not a sign oi tumor P lc . , -telt,
and 1 feel better, siuarti r ;!!! ; 1". j -than
1 have for twelve car-' " Tl.""--tumor
was in tie-left sid- oi'tp,. l , v';
over the groin. I write this to ,,!; !, ,- ! '
benefit of others. You can lin.ih i? a
you choose. HANNAH p K I I'
DR. I v A TJ XV A. Y ' S
PERFECT f UKOATtVt FILL-,
IHTtectly tasteless, elegant iv tv,:,te,l i
sweet gu m, purge, r gulsite, 1 nrnv.ci.-u.s-and
streni hen. Radwav s I ills. nr :):
cure of all disorders 01 the Stomach I.iv-r,
Bowels, Kidneys, liladd.-r. Nervous !.
eases. Headache. Constipation, ii,s::.
ness, Indigestion, Iiyspej sja, biiiim:-:.-s-.
Billious Fever. Inflammation 0, j!. !..'
els. Files, ana au D, r::tis:.-tii-n:s m
Internal Viscera. Ns arraiit, ,t to :.rr : .1
positive cure, l'urely V, getai.l,-. e,.!:t.-,:;-ing
no mercury, ini'nemis, ,,r ci-. 1-1--ru us
"Ubserve the following s m r tein r -suiting
liom disorders 01 ' t'n- s: .
Organs : Const it ion. Inward I'd s. 1 f
ot tiie Ii(Md in the IP-ad. Aeiditv e! t
stomach, Nausea, Heartburn. 1 --:
I-ofid, Fullness or Weight in tli-- :,,!n;i:,
Sour Eructations, sinking or I-'Iutt-nng :
the Fit ot tlie Stomach. Svinittiinir e! tr
Head, Hurried and dillieuit. l-n at liir-'.
Fluttering at the Heart. Chokin-or '.:! -catingSt-nsat
ions wiu 11 Pa a l.vini; I'ustrr--.
Dimness of vision, Iots or u'i s U-ii'T-ti:-
Sight, Fever. Dull 1'aiu in the li.-:m. in"'
ciency of Perspiration. Yellowness - t
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the side, CI.
I.imbs, and sudden Flushes of Heat, Li.rt:
ing in the P'lesh.
A few doses of Had wnr's Villa ri;i
the system from all the above nanv-il
orders. Price, cents per box. SoM '.v
Head False and True Send on" 1- ' r
stamp to Uadway A Co., No. jC M-': "
Itne, New York. Iniormation
thousands will be sent voti.
July 21, lf7l :ly
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or S --a.
for the county of Clackamas.
iuit for partition.
Cieorge W. Prosscr, Plaintiff,
William II. Prosser. ' 1
Hester A. Vw.l-
Arthur Warner Admink. f
. . v 'Hi iv. ;
tratorof th- F.Kt.nto of
ry I'rxjsser, deceased. J
To Wiriam If. Preiser, nnc of the ahox c nr.
en urjenttants :
."V A IU 1U 14 . In.
By onler of the Hon. W. V . I ' , 1 ef
01 Mini oun, uiiieo oiv t
Attorney for rial""'
July 1". ISTl.Tt
OREGON CITY BREWERY
ed the above Brew- 5Trr,heis
ery wishes to iuform.the PllL,u.!' 1 qua'"
now prepared to manufacture a -
lty of . r- 7?
LAG BR 11 & BR.
as good as can he obtained a2vorrrf'-r
th state. rrdT! yojtcitec a"10 1
that instantly stops the niost?J.
pains, allays Jnliamation and 5Ucia'ir
mentions, whether of the Lumr Iff1 s
W ind in the Kowels, and a 11 internal r , ;1"
Iravelers i.i,ould always carrv a I ,? V"s;
lladwu,-' Keady Helit-f with tlu'nV
few drops in water will nr,,,. m- A
IN THE NAME OF TIIE STATE OF
egon.you are hereby requir-d to a r
and answer the complaint tiled
you in the alove entitled suit, by )' ';,;
day of the term of said Court lollowing -
expiration of six weeks from the firt r-
lication of this summons. Said first 1 (
lication being on the 17th day of J" !y' '',,-'
and said next term of said Court f
mencing on t ho fourth (4thl h'p"
September, 1S7I. And if you nyl V,,".,
swer said complaint, theplamtib
ply to the Court lor the reli' f ."' "i,1; a!, ,1
therein, which is lor the partition!-- ?
sal of a tract of land belonging to l'1:.
and defendants herein, situated in
arnas county. State ot Oregon. ' ' n p
of sections eight and nine in Townsnii w
South. Itamre one East of the w d.a"'