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6REG0S"nTYT0KEC0VJAX. 8, .1875.
PiTeaVvxt Affair The officers of .
Fall Encampment were installed lost
Tuesday evening. At the close of the
aeaaion'a member announced that he
.iirod nil present to follow him after
?he S-6ngEl closed, and to the en
tlre W riM of all, he led them to Louis
Hull's, where a splendid supper had
been prepared. The thine was entirely
unexpected, and took all by surprise,
i ...orCv were the conjectures as to
who wai the generous Patriarch that
sumptuously proviueu ioriu
in. It was neatly done, and
et. But we learned subse-
at it was J. T. Amierson, tne
ailed C. P.. who had done it
Un responsibility. The Pa-
appreciated the surprise as
well as the supper.
Sad News. Under the head of deat hs
to-daj will be found the sad intelli
gence that Mrs. Maggie Payne died at
Nostocton, at the residence of her fa
ther Mr. W. II. Faneett. She had been
ick'for a long time, yet her friends
still hoped that she might regain her
health. She was well known in this
place, where she had resided from her
youth, and was beloved by all who
inew her. Her funeral will be preach
ed at the Episcojl Church on Sunday,
the 17th inst. The aged parents as
well as the tw interesting children
which aha leaves, have the hearty sym
nf ontirn community in their
' Fatal Arxri dent. A 'fatal accident
occurred at Damascus last Sunday,
resulting in the death of Currin T.
Kimbley, a young man about 22 or
23 years of age. It appears that ho was
attempting to draw a chargo Irom a
jriin, when the gun went olT, lodging
the content in tlie body of the young
man. An inquest was held by Coroner
straight, and the jurv returned a ver
dict that the deceased came to his death
by the accidental discharge of a gun in
his own hands. The young man lias a
brother living at Damascus.
Forthk Interest of all Parties.
There can now be no doubt of the wis
dom of the course pursued by Govern
or Ilranilotte, with reference to the last
Ivraud t.il't Concert of the Kentucky
1ibrary. The short postponement to
February 27th will insure the sale of
very ticket, which will le more
satisfactory to every ticket-holder, and
more for the interest of the Library,
and that there may be no doubt of its
coming ott" this time, the Coventor nro
Me to return every ticket -holder's
money in ease of failure.
Tiik Teti:rb. The last lecture of
the coursw for the leneflt of the Oregon
City Library was delivered last Mon
day evenimr. by llonSvl. ('.Simpson
The attendance was small, as usual.
whilo the lecture w;is one of tlie lest
delivered during tlie course. It is a
Pity that it eoiil.l not leeii tleliveretl
Wfore our entire population. Mr. S.
lot-, a pleasant delivery, is a thorough
ncliolar, and plainly showed in his lect
ure that Mint" is'what is needed to
carry a man through the world suc
cafiillv. Comim.imkxtauv.--T h e Kugene
usrl of last Saturday has the follow
ing :" M r. Ackerman has i Kicked and
shiMrl the remainder of his stock to
Ort-gon City, and will take his depart
ure Irom aniong us in a few days. We
regret the loss to our town of Mr. Ack
erniAii, who has been one of our lie.st
citizens. We commend him to the ten
der iii-civ of the oplo in whatever
locality he may cast his ancJior."
Okfickhs Ki.etei. At a regular
meeting of Oregon I.fwlge Xo. 3, I. O.
o. V., held at their hall last Thursday
evening, the following jktsoiis were
rle-ted o(H-ern for the ensuing term:
M.C. Athev, X. .: T. J. Snootier, V.
:.: II.. I. Il irding. U.S.: J. M . lUieon,
P.S.: J.T. ApjM'rson, Treasurer ; Trus
tee. A. J. A pierson, J .M. licou and
C. O. T. Williams.
I.ktteu List. The following is a
lisit of the Letters remaining in the
Post-office at Oregon City, Jan. 8,1875:
Anderson. Sidney; l.rown, 15. M.;
Hayes, S. L. Mrs.; llanna, M. O. Miss;
Hamilton. J. M. ; Johnson, M. K. M rs. ;
Kys. S. Oswalt, Kd ward ; O 'Con
ner, llenrv-. Ilolison, T. ; Orii?ht. John
II.; Whit.Vamell; Wright, Jos. A.
If called for, please say when "adver
tised. J. M. Kacon, P.M.
Tin Wkpiuno. The many friends of
Hon. Henry Warren took possession
of his residence last Friday evening,
n the occasion of his tenth wedding.
The gifts on the occasion of were varied
In lsth uiutlity ami value. A very
pleasant evening was spent by those in
atteiid.-tnco. and all trust that Mr. and
Mrs. Warren may live to enjoy many
inoro anniversaries of their union.
M r.KTiNo. A. It. Shipley, Secretary
of the State Horticultural Society, gives
notice that a meeting of the society will
bo held in Portland on Thursday the
lUh, day of January, 1875. at 1 o'clock
A.M., for thrt purpose of revising tlie
Premium List foi the State Fair.' The
meeting will le held at t lie office of tho
r. of ii.
. Mom kt Or ders. We are indebted to
Mr. J. M. llncon, postmaster at this
place, for the following money order
business ot Oregon City, for the year
ending Iec. 31, 1874 :Xo. of Orders
Wai.i. Attended. The public instal
lation of the officers ;f Cliff Encamp
ment, C. It. C., was well attended last
Monday evening. nite a number of
the member of the Order from Port
land were present.
Calling. New Years 'mils were
made, by nearly all our citizens, and
mm lielieve the good old custom was
morO generally observed than for
many years past. All had a pleasant
St. Nicholas for January Is a real
Holiday number, and a peculiarly at
tractive one.; It opens with a leautiful
frontispiece called "Mozart, the Little
muie King," followed by a short
sketch of tht great musician's career.
It gives us an abundan'e"bf interesting
Christmas stories, such as "Tommy"
the Sophran.V by Charles liernard'
"May.'s Christmas Tree." bv Olive
Thorite; "A ChrLstmas Ijegehd," bv
Florence Scan ne 11 (each of the three
with a beautiful picture by Eytinge)
and "The Iu;arfs Mirror,'' illustrated'
by F. A. Chapman. There is also a fac
simile of the ;rijrinal manuscript of the
famous ballad " Twas the Night lefore
Christmas," which will attract the at
tention of all the toys and girls.
The beginning of the two serials "Tlie
Yoone Surveyor." bv J. T. Trobridcre,
ami "Eight C-. isins' bv Louisa 31. Al
cott, with illustrations "by W. L. Shejv
hen! and Addie Ledj-ard, is an event
of great importance to the readers of
In Town. We noticed last Wednes
day Judge White in town. The Judge
Is an old settler here, and looks as
young and hearty as he did fifteen
years ago. :
Titr IUll.-T1i9 ball at Caneniah
on New Years eve was largely attend
ed, and all present had a splendid
issuea, .. tor tu,V4Si; tees on me
same, ?7o 70; average of order, $12 54.
No. of Orders paid. 328, for SS.iMJ (Hi;
fees on same, $
County Court. As we go to press,
the County Court is in session. There
is considerable business ljefore the
Hoard, being the term at which Road
Supervisors make their annual report.
We shall publish the proceedings next
week." :- , ' fiU.- ' i'
Writing School. Miss S. P. Ileaton
proposes to take up a writing school in
in this city on Tuesday next. Miss II.
comes highly recommended. Persons
desiring to take lessons can leave their
names at the Cliff House.
Behind .Time. The express train,
last Tuesday did' not"' pass- here till
after 12 o'clock going north, owing to
the engine getting off tho track the
Scribner's Monthly for January.
Tho January number of Scribner is not
without a Christmas ffavor contain
ing, as it does, a Christmas sketch by
L. Clarke Davis, entitled, My Niglit
in a Stage Coach," a " ChJistmas Sug
gestion," and " Christ mas Sleigh-ride,"
tlie latter by F. K. Stockton. In this
number begins Dr. Holland's new se
rial, "The story of Sevenoaks," with
an illustration by Sol. Eytinge. The
tirst chapter tells'about SeVeneaks and
" How Miss Dutterworth passed one of
her evenings ;" in tho second chapter
Mr. lielcher carries his point in the
Town Meeting, and the reader is intro
duced to Jim Fenton. The first install
ment of Major Powell's account of his
daring decent of the Colorado is hero
given, yvith a striking illustration by
Moran and W. I. Shepiwird ; also the
beginning of a series ot "Old Letters,"
written from London 'in the time of
illiam IV., and now for the tirst time
LATEST I KOM NHW OHL12AXS.
Jsew Orleans, Jan. 5. A full
meeting of the Cotton Exchange to
day unanimously adopted a protest
against the allegations of Sheridan's
message to tlie Secretary of War, as
but evincing a spirit of partisanship
instead of the candor which should
characterize the utterance of an offi
cer commanding' the army of a great
nation. They say he evidently con
tinec. his investigation and inquiries
to those whose interests were not on
ly to falsify facts, but promote a
spirit of lawlessness with which citi
zens had been falsely charged, lte
solutions indicting the State Govern
ment and appealing to the people of
the Urited States for justice, were
adopted. Similar action was taken
by the Merchant's Exchange and by
meetings of Northern and "Western
men, at the St. Charles, Hotel, to
night. - - ' - -'-'
McEnery has telegraphed Presi
dent Grant his protest against the
action of tlie United States military
authorities in forcibly interfering
with the organization of tho Legisla
In the Senate, Thurman offered tho
following and asked for p resent con
sideration: U'jsvlrvtl , That the President of the
United States is hereby requested to
inform the Senate whether any por
tion of the army of the United States,
or the officers or soldiers of such
army, did in any manner seek or in
terfere with tlie organization of the
General Assembly of the State of
Louisiana on the 4th inst. ; especially
whether any persons claiming seats
iu either branch of said Legislature
have been deprived thereof or pre
vented from taking the same by any
such military force; and if such has
been the case, the President is re
quested to inform tlie Senate by what
authority such military intervention
and interference has trken place.
Pending a long discussion, tlie Sen
New loisK, Jan. C. The lrihtnte
editorially censures the President for
sending Sheridan into McDowell s
district, urging that if the latter is to
be superseded, it should be by Sher
man. The anti-Kellogg sympathiz
ers claim that Sneridau was selected
because of his known prejudices
against Louisiana Conservatives,con-
sequent on their, personal treatment
of him during tho war.
The Shh calls on the next House to
impeach Grant. - ' -5
William Walter Phelps, of the Re
publican Congressional Committee,
of New Orleans, unhesitatingly de
clares tho military -interference ille
gal. He says tlie leading members
of both Governments had orally, or
iu writing, requested . the sub-committee
to act as arbitrators, tlx the
whole political status and declare t! e
rights of all parties concerned. Mr.
Phelps thinks that the evidence be
fore tho committee shows that no
white men of the State will support
tho Kellogg government unless they
are office-holders or their relations.
Many white Republicans went away
from the '.last election or voted the
Conservative ticket: There has been
little intimidation, and as much on
one side as the other. The commit
tee's presence has exploded the mys
tery' of tlie "White League, by show
ing that it is neither secret noi polit
ical. It is not a State organization,
but compromises 2.S00 2ersons in
New Orleans. Its constitution, res
olutions and deliberations are public.
It had no meetings at which report
ers or the public press were exclud
ed. The officers are all men of char
acter and 2roperty. Its' aim is only
to act as superior police in the inter
ests of law and order. The outbreak
on the 11th of September looked on
ly to the rescue of its arms.
Washington, Jan. 6. The calmest
and fairest minds among the Repub
licans, While indisposed to criticise
the President's use of armed inter
vention in the Louisiana Legislature,
view the act yvith exceeding distrust.
The mere fact that Kellogg declared
that certain men were intruders in a
legislative body clothed yvith consti
tutional power to protect itself, hard
ly satisfied them of the propriety of
using the army to expel these claim
ants from seats whether their claims
were yvell or ill founded.
Is Eiv.enk City. The editor of
this paper yvill be in Eugene City
next Wednesday, and he wonld be
pleased to have all .who are indebted
to him to settle up their accounts,
and he will also be glad to receive
the names of new subscribers.
On the 2Cth of December tho peo
ple of Albany, or such as were invit
ed, made an excursion up the river
on the steamer E. X. Cooke, at the
instance of Hon J. D. Riles, agent
of the O. S. S. Co., and the occasion
proved an enjoyable one to all.
Eugene Semple has settled down
upon his ranch near Eugene, and
will devote his attention in future? to
the raising of sheep and other live
The Ilastern Press on the Louisiana
The following are the opinions of
the Eastern press on the outrage per
petrated by Grant and his military
tools at New Orleans last Monday:
New York, Jan. 5. The Tribune
denounces the military interference
at New Orleans yesterday, as the
greatest outrage that has been prac
ticed upon the citizens of a State.
A minority of the Legislature never
elected by .the people, but foisted
upon them by barefaced fraud, with
out regard to anything but the ne
cessity of a wicked and corrupt ring
of politicians, sits in New Orleans
under the protection of Federal bay
onets, and undertakes to legislate for
mooiaie. coming in history, not
even the great conspiracy by which
border ruffians undertook to seize
the Territory and State of Kansas,
can furnish any parallel to this
crowning indignity of Federal Ad
ministration. .The June avoids indorsing or ap
approving the proceedings, and &ays
troops were called in to remove per
sons not members of the Assembly
and their commander. Included in
that number were certain Democrats
yvho were so named. To this .the
Democrats, who seem to have been
iu the minority of those present en
dorsed by the Returning Board, jro
tested. Tho Sun heads its report " Yester
day's Doings The Crowning Out
rage." The World has nothing but praise
for the spirit in which the represen
tatives of Louisiana yielded to tho
tyranny which they could not resist.
There was no reason why they should
not have resisted to death, except
the hopelessness of resisting. A ris
ing would have had consequences
pitiful, terrible, even to think of.
The Legislators of Louisiana yielded
yvith decency when they could not
resist yvith hope; but terriblo as
yvould have been the consequences
of resistance, they are less terrible
than yvill be the consequences of sub
mission on the part of the people of
the United States to an outrage
yvhich has been perpetrated upon
them all, through the people of Lou
isiana; for that submission, or any
tolerance of this last and yvorst out
rage of the traitor who sits in the
President's chair yvhich stops short
of driving him from it into darkness
and disgrace, yvill bo a confession
that the American peoplo no longer
are fit to have liberty, which in that
cuCf it Will not take them long to
The Herald declares the scene a
spectacle yvhich shonld causd every
true American to blush yvith shame
and indignation. Forcible resist
ance would have been justifiable, if
it be ever justifiable in any case. A
greater outrage on every principle of
free government was never perpe
trated. New Okleass, Jan. 5. The Times
says the farce of a State Government
in Louisiana received another illus
tration yesterday. Practicdly we
have no government, legal or illegal,"
and have not had for the past two
years. What is the use of this shoyv
of respect of State rights? The rule
is that of musket, sword and central
authority. Everybody knows it.
Proclamations by the President and
appeals for assistance by Goveraor
Kellogg are formalities yvhich do not
cloak tlie real nature of the business.
There is no pretence in this case of
riot or insurrection; it is a seizure
of tlie State House by United States
troops in a time of peace; a dissolu
tion of the Assembly and a forcible
expulsion of its members.
The Picayune says: For the first
time in the history of the United
States armed soldiers have invaded a
Legislative hall and bayonets used
to expel the representatives of the
people frpm their seats. No one ev
er dreamed the President had the
right to employ an army for the pur
pose of shaping the organization of
a State Legislature. In this case
there yvas no emergency such as the
law contemplates; there was no call
made upon him through the channel
which the layv points out; there
yvas no insurrection, no invasion.
Tlie General Assembly was in ses
sion, and had not asked him to inter
fere." Simply, there yvas an organi
zation of the House not agreeable to
Kellogg, mid upon Kellogg's requisi
tion the President sent forces to drag
from their seats members whom Kel
logg asserted haVT been properly chos
en to constitute the organization
under his direction. There is no es
cape from this statement of facts.
f ': ,
Elkins Bros., of Lebanon, have
shipped about 75,000 bushels of
wheat from that place to Albany dur
ing the winter, over that great thor
oughfare, the Albany and Saotiam
Rev. L. Dielmann has again as
sumed the pastorate of tho Catholic
church at Salem.
In this city, Jan. 4, to the yvife of
John W. Melurum, lvsrj., a son.
At Vancouver, W. T.f Dec. 2, 1874.
bv J.P. McDonnal, J. P.. Mr. W. II.
Ncwiiian and Miss Eva McCoy, all of
Departed this life, at Nestocton, on
Sunday the 27th of Deeeniljer, at 9
o'clock, r. M.. in hope of a blessed im
mortality, Mrs. Margaret K. Payne,
aued 31 years, 1 month and 10 days.
Her disease was consumption, her suf
ferings were great, but she lore them
all without a murmur. She leaves two
little children orphans and her aged
I a rents to mourn her loss. She had
many kind friends both here and in
Portland and Oregon City to minister
to her yvants. which her parents yvill
hold in grateful remembrance.
A. T. F.
At her resilience, on Upper Molalla,
in Clackamas county, Jan. 1, ls7o,
Uachael Iarkins, aged 7S years, 1
month and 'Zl days.
Rev. George 11. Atkinson yvill hold
regular services in the Congregational
Church, in this city, on tlie first and
second Sabbaths of each month. 3Iorn
inr services vt I7' o'clock. On the
first Sabbath at Holmes' School House
at : o'clock, r. m.
A. NOLTN E JZ
Milwaukie, Jan. 1st, 1871.
Mb. Editor Dear Sir: The young
sters of this place gave an entertain
ment in the school house last even
ing". Mr. and Mrs. Waite took charge
of the music, which was fine through
out. The performances were all so
good that it is difficult to make' com
ment upon any' without doing injus
tice to the others, and yet, the pro
gramme was too lengthy to be fully
The charade, " May Day," was
good, especially tho parts sustained
by Hellen Ross and Susie Bradbury.
The song, " Orphan" Flower Girl,"
by . Ella Gray, was "truely beautiful.
The recitation, "TVhippoor Will,"
by Miss Mary Ingraham, was excel
The phantomime', "Love in Am
bush," finely illustrated the folly of
a crabbed old father trying to ' re
strain a beautiful daughter when
there is a young man in" the way.
The prominent parts" were sustained
by Master Eddie iiarde'e and Miss
Sarah 'Brridbiiry pShgIady and
gentleman not "yet arrived in their
teens, in fact 'none , of the young
ladies or gentlemen, mentioned thus
far are more than a dozen years old.
Master Victor Thorp and Master Jas.
Hodges', each declaimed well. Eddie
Saunders and Mary Gray appeared
well in the characters of 44 Tom
Thumb anil Wife." Tableau, "Hear
of Prayer," was an excellent religi
' Tyventy minutes for Refreshments,
set forth the difficulties of an old
bachelor beset by yvivesj; mothers,
and old maids in a manner truly
awful. The entire programme was
well rendered and demonstrates the
propriety of employing the talent of
our boys and girls for holiday amuse
A petition for a tri-yveekly, in place
of a weekly, mail between Corvallis
and Yaquina Bay, is being circulated
in Benton county. -
3 1 A lit . rK wi: L R, Y.
MRS. A. M. BRAYTON,
HAS IX1CATED IX OltKCiO.V CITY,
and is prepared to do nil kinds of
Just as good, ntl'J Chen per, than can bo
dotio In San Francisco. fcSlie also manu
factures hnlr, straight or tangled, into
SWITCHES, CURLS, AND FEIZZETTS.
Nice, Fine Hair Mwitrh. for snlo, at
from 9- to 915.
A full line of Imitation Goods nt Hun
Those wishing work done, or to purchase
will do well to give her a call before ;oinff
to Port land.
All communications by mail promptly
All work warranted to jrlvo satisfaction.
Instructions civen in fancy work.
Silver card-board for ale.
Iieccmbcr 1, 1874-Cm
AT COST! AT COST!!
OfTcra Hl Iu'i-jfr Stock of
FOR SIXTY DAYS,
CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK.
Or-j-on Pity, I,.. 5, 1874.
I3It. JOHN WELCH,
OIIKGOX CITY, OREGON'.
If ijfltvjit C l Price Paid Tot County
OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
STEAMoOAT NOTICE !
Stf. K.'N. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON' CITY for POUTI,ANI
every day (Except Suirday, nt 1M o'clock,
A. M. IloturninfT, will leave Portland for
Orcson City at 2! o'clock, 1. M.
Will leave OREfJON fITY forCortVAT.T.IS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Will leave OREfiON' CITY for McMINX
VII.I.K, I A FAYETTE nnd HaYTOX, and
nil points between, every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. Ieaves
the Ilasin at 8 o'clock, A. x., and connect
with the train at Cancmnh at 9, a. m.
Leaves 0UE50X CITY for If ARRISI5CRO
and ECU EXE and all intermediate points
Str. Fannie IPatton,
lyavos OUR iOX CITY for ALBANY nnd
all intermediate point bet ween twice ev
ery week. J. I. mi.EH, Agent,
Oregon City.February, 141. 874.
In the matter of t he estate of Isaac Cappa,
In the County Court of Clackamas Count,
V"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
8. I.. Campbell, administrator of the
estate of Isaac Cappa, deceased, has filed
his final accounts for settlement, and the
Court has set
3Iond.y( the 4th day of January, A.
nt the Court House, in Oregon City, as the
time and place for examining said final
accounts and hearing of objections thereto.
X. W. RANDALL,
Attest: County Judge.
Jas. M. Frarer,
Jec, 11, 487 4-4 w.
" PLEASE SETTLE.
4 IL FERSOXS WHO OWE BELL A
PARKER, late druggists, will find
their bills at Johnson. fc McCown's Law
and Collection office, who would be glad to
receii t for-the money. Don't d ly, and
fare wors?. lldecwi
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
DOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
St. Charlea Hotel BHUmi;.
Sonthwfst Cornrr front and Morrison Sts.
Per Sti " Oriflamme.
Or Cava UTBHT STYL.HH of U Klada
BOOTS AND SHOES
Bonffht of tlie Nannfaeturen Rait and
la Kaa FrantlwA, .
And will bo Sold at
UNPRECEOENTLY LOW PRICES.
Oar AGENT Kant tiaa aent a, Telegram
stating ttiat oar Orders fur a
Boots and Shoes
Ilavo boon Filled, and
GOODS SENT BY RAIL.
W Khali continue to Receive bye-very
steamer juarjre invoices or tnese
tvoofts until our Ntork is
Full and Complete.
A SMALL. LOT OF
DAMAGED BOOTS AND SHOES
On hand, which must bo sold for
AXV REISOXAHLK OFFER
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
HU Charles Hotel Building.
Southwest Corner Front and Morrison Sts.
C. A. PEASE & CO.
October 30, 1874.
The Kntire Ktork of
FOR SIXTY DAYS
CALL AND SECURE BARGAINS.
Oregon City, Nov. 27, 1874.
In the Circuit Court of tho Stnto of Oregon
for the county of Claekama.
K. S. Kearny, l'lff.
Isaac Lb.Iw.,11 and InKqulty.,
llactmel Lasiwel, Dofts.
To Is.ino Laswell and Uachael LasawslI,
IX THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon yon arc hereby notified that on
the 31st day of tctober, A. D. 1871, the above
named plaintiff commenced a suit against
you in the Circuit Court of the IState of
Oregon for the county of Clackamas, de
manding of said Court a judgment against
the said defendant. Isaac Iasswell for the
sum of seventeen hundred and sixty-two
and 80-100 dollars in gold coin, and interest
thereon in like coin at the rate of one per
cent per month from the 2d day of Janua
ry A. D. 1S71, and for his costs and disburs
ments, and also a decree against said de
fendant foreclosing the mortgage describ
ed iu said complaint, and also for the sum
of two hundred dollars as attorneys fees in
foreclosing said mortgage; You are there
fore required to appear In said Court on
the first day of said term thereof, to be
held at the Court House in Oregon City, in
said Clackamas county, on the 2th day of
April, A. I. 1875, and answer the said com
plaint, or for want thereof t he plaintiff will
take Judgment against you tor the said sum
of $1,762 80 and interest as aforesaid, and
will also take a decree of foreclosing said
mortgage, and for his costs and disburse
ments, and also for the sum of $200 attor
neys fes as aforesaid.
This summons is published by order of
E. I. Shattuck, Judge of said Court, made
at Portland. Oregon, on the 2d day of 2o
vember, A. 1. 187.
MALLOKY & SHAW,
novl3w0 Attoyneys for Pltff.
STILL IX THE FIELD! -REMOVED
SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
KKEPTHE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Uroeeries to be found In the
city. All goods warranted. Joods delivered
in the city free of charge. The hiheteah
price paid for country prodic,
Orecoa City. March 28, 1873.
HOUSE AX P BUfKiY HOUSE PER.
feet 1 V s-a f e. A nnl v tn
novl3w2 MBS. BOLIJ5.
JL premises, in Oswego, for sale at a bar-
h...M, .... i.i.i. mere is a nne dwelling
and out buildings, orchard and about three
acres of land. Finely situated for a board
ing house for the hands emploved In the
I ron ork s. j. w." C A I N E.
Oswejo.Scpt. 10, lg71. 3w
FALL lS7-i .
la your time to buy goods at low prices,
S. ACKERMAN & CO.
are now receiving a large stock of
FALL Ct WHITER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
ATkLESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
Our stock has been bought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
TE WILL SAT TO EVERYBODY BE
f fore you purchase or go to Portland,
come and irlco our goods and convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Stnplo
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Oents
Not ions, Grocer
1 e s, Hard
ware oursnenUonf "" arUc,eS to nu,n
ALSO DOORS, WINDOWS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
VV'o will also pay tho Highest Market
i net j or
S. ACKERMAN A CO.
Oregon City, Sept. 11, 1871. tf
THE lfEW IMPROVED
Side Feed and Back Feed.
THE LIGHTEST RUNNING, MOST SIM
PLE, AND MOST EASILY OPERATED
SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET.
Aliajs in Order and Readfor Work,
If them is FL0SEVCE MACHINE
within one thousand miles of Ban Fran
cisco not working well, I will fix it with
out any expense to the owner.
SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
"So. 19 Kew Montgomery Street,
dTl A VT1 ttvptt nrrrnwi
M. C. AT1IEY. Oregon City,
Enterprise Kullding, Agent.
IV. II. 1IIGHFIELD.
Bat ablialtetl ainre 49. at the old stand.
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon.
An assortment of WatheK. Jewel-
ry.and Set h Thomas Weight Clocks
all j-hf nr t 1st H m s-o U4a PPO T t t ft A fl S
Repairing done on ahort notlcejttntl
nnkful for past patronage.
THE GREAT RENOVATOR!
A Certaltt Care for Rheamatlnnv and
Mercurial affections, Nrrofala, Salt
Khrnm, LiTrr and Kidney com-
Elalnts, Female Wraknmt, and all
diseases arlalng from an linpnre
Estate of the BloW.
Contains ne Mercurial or Poisonous Sub
stance. THE STRONGEST W I Itf, FIND THIS
a Searchnuj Otre. It nrav be taken by
the most delicate, with Impunity and the
remarkable success attending its use war
rants the proprietors in claiming it as the
Most Reliable lllood Purifier in Use.
Its pentle action renders it remarkably
effications in Dyspepsia arid Conftlptttniit
giving the organs the assistance neoded;
and impairing a tone and strength soon
dispenses with artificial aid.
Put tip in quart bottles. Sold by all deal
ers, Wole proprietors.
CHARLES I.AXGLJ5Y & CO.,
Wholesale Dfuggsts, Sntt Kranclsco.
Farm to Rent.
TrtE ITNDERSiaXED WlIX RENT
his farm situated On the Willamette
river two miles below Oregon City, and
containing 315 acresj for two, three or four
years, on liberal terms. The farm baa MO
acres under hew fence, 2o acres of which is
benTer"dam land, nicely seeded down to
timothy, and is one of tho best meadows
of the sire in the Slate. Adjoining tbts
meadow, on the one side. Is a field of H
acres, well set in timothy and clover; and
on the other side is t of slashing, done
over a year ago, and bnrned over this fall.
It's convenience to market, whether to
Portland or Oregon City gives it superior
advantages. I will only rent to a person
who will live upon and work the farm.
I have also a half section of good land.
40 acres of whieh is nnder fence, situated
about threo miles from Anrora, which I
will sell on reassouable terms.
For further particulars apply tothe un
dersigned at his residence in Oregon City.
JOHN W. MKLDRUM.
2- ov. IS, 1ST1-6-.
i uBSm .
Once More We Come !
With a Stock, of . V 0
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
LARGER AND MORE - ATTRACTIVE
than ever before, bought from the great
iSan Francisco Panic, and which we offer
at Greatly Reduced Prices. Our stock - ,
Has been largely Increased and we can
show as handsome a line of ready-made
goods in Men and Boys Business and
Dress Suits, Overcoats, etc, as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. Our . .'
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT '
Is filled with a splendid assort ment of all
the leading styles and fashionable shades
of goods q ..
Km press Cloth,
Mohalra. Frrncb and - Cf
Amrriraa Urea Goads, r
Black Alpacra, w
Ca itb lucres, &. ,
J? L A. N N.E IL, S ,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Bleached and Unbleached Cotton
Ladles' and Cents' l adtra tir,
Shawls and Scarfs,
Wool Blankets :.
. Tranki and
Hats a nd Capv.
Oil Cloth for
BOOTS and SHOES,
We would call special attention' to our
stock of Men's and Boys' San, Francisco
Boots, which we have sold for a number of
j-ears past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FARMING UTENSILS
Choioo Teas, Canned Goods, and'irtl ehoic
All at Iw Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL 1XD CARMAN ISLAXD SALT.
Highest Price paid for -all kinds of
Produce si ii 1 1 Wool.
Announces to the Public, that he. has re
ceived a large assortment of Christmas
Toys of all kinds, for boys and girls, which
he affors for sale cheap, oct3Wf
Ayers Cathartic Pills,
F.,r tU.-Svli.sf .-:.
ciMV lit' :il! "Icransi'
liu'itta ht the t-tm-
Hl, l.V.-l, i'll'l l--Wr-N
el-.. TIh'J :ii f ..i.'r-
:i1l ti-nt j ami :;n
ex.'cllctil piti-gAii o.
Hfinji j.uielj vt-gn-tal.'e,
nomcivurj orr iii.--r:il
vliiktct.:i'. X-u- '.i
M-viuo ri. knes .in.
suffering ii. .-. iii-
. ett liv their uivielv
ttse; and every family lnnti-1 iive Uk-ui n Iiai.-I
for their protection and rel'ef, wls-n ifmti'ni.
Long experieii'-e ha- proved tlieiu .u uf .no -1-est,
suret, and licst of all III.- fil .Uui l.i i
the market aboiuuls. ,15y tlu-ir fK:r:uioiih "se,
the blood is purillcd, tlie cfvrni'tioli1 f iIm Sys
tem expelled, obstructions reuu-vetl, and tisfl
whole luuchiiiery of life ix'sturt-d J-.' h M'.-amiv
activity. Internal organs which lxoo;.vr- -l'.;-' l
and sluggih are cleansed ly Atn-r'u ';".." and
stimulated into action. Tint"? iii-iiitail dien-.j
is changed into Iiealtli, the value ofw1ii.lt dianir.-,
when reckoned ou the vast multiitd wbc enjy
it, can hardly bo computed, 'i'lieir sugar co:ain
makes them pleanaiit to take, and jrcci vc their
-irtues unimpaired for nny length of time, o
that thev are ever fresh, and perfectly lettable.
Although seurchiug, they are miid. and uncrwto
witliout distui baiicc to tlie coulilutiou, oruicl, ur
i"ull directions are given on the wrapper to
each box, how to use them as a Family l'liy-ie,
and for the following complaints, wlitrh tlie.
l'illg rapidly cure:
Forllr.MMi4 or Indie-ration. I.itla
, Languor am I Lorn, of A irr it. tijejr
should be taken moderately to sliumlatt- the stom
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
For Livrr Complaint and its various symp
toms, Jtilioit Ilra.larhr. MirU llrail.
achr, Junntlirr or rrru Micknc-M. tli I
loua Jol i- and Uiliotio fm-m. they ii:ill
-be judiciously taken for each cast-, to correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions m hk-h
For Jyantery fn- tiurrlic-;i, luit ono
mild dose i generally reiiiiri-.l.
For HhrumatUiii. (.(Hit. i-i cl.
pltatiom of the 1 1 r rt. lMin in lh
Mide, Hack and .oin. tlicv should he routiu
nonsly taken, as refptirel, to change the di-ca-.il
action of the system. With tu'-li change tho-e
For Iroiy and nropdrsil Knlllnp.,
they shonld be taken in large and frequent do-cs
to produce the efl'cct of a dratir imiw.
For HunnrcMion. a large lnr j-lionld ho-)
taken, as it produces tlie dofred ctr.-t by .-ym-pathv.
As a TMhmw ;:. t.ito one or Irf) 7'ifls to
promote digestion and rcliev tltc.s!(ma.-h. c
An oM-asi.iiial I0 stimulates (tin sloma.-li ami
lioweliij restore. the uppr-thc.aud invigorate', tin
system. Hence it in ttAeji :!iiv.-liltrcreoii- !n-n-no
serious derangeiiieut -xits who i.h-I
tolerably well, often tiud- tiint n do.-'e f Ihe.e
makes him feel tlec.idedly bi-tter, from their
cleansing and renorutmg rflcct on the digestive
2hr T. C.AYEtt CO., Vrnrtirnl Chnnists
LOWELL, MASS., V. X. A.
rOl SALE UX ALL DUVUUIKTS EVIUtVWHERE:
tfor Diseases of thb Throat and Icings, O
uch as Coughs Golds, Whooping
70Ugh Bronahitis, Asthma,
Among . tlie great
discoveries of modern
science, few are of
more real vidue to
mankind tljan. this ef- q
f.-ctual -retue'dt' for all
. disea-es- of .th Throat
and 'Lungs.' " A vast
trial of it 'Tirtuet,
throughout. . this and
other t countries, ha
shown that 'it doe
surely and effcctually-
Control them. The testimoiry of 'oar best citi
zens, of all classes, establishes tb fact, tlmtQ
CiiKitHT Pectoral will and does relieve Jnd
curd the afflicting disorder of th Throat and
Lnngs bevond any other medicine. The most
dttftgeruns aftectioti3 ftf the Pulmonary Qrgnns
yield to its ower; and enes of Consump
tien, cured bv this preparation, are public
ly known, so remarkable as hardly to be be
lieved, were thev not proven beyond dispute.
As a remedy it is adequate, on which tlie public
may re!v f t full protection. By enrin Con hst,
the forerunner of more serious disease,- it nve
unnumljere.1 lives, and an amount of sufiennf?
not to bo computed. It challenges trial, and con
vince tho most sceptical livery family should
keep it ou hand ns a protection against the early
and unperceived atbek f Pulmonary Affections,
which arc iUy mot at first, bnt which beeow
incurable, and too often fatal, if neglected. Ten
ler lung tocd this defence ; and it is unwise to
the distressing diseases which besot tho Throat
and C1st ot ehiklhood, Chkkky Pkctokal
is inraiujtblo ; for, by its timely use, multi
tudes are rescued from premature graves, and
saved to the love and affection centred on them.
It acts speedily and snrelr against ordinary colds,
securimj son rid and heakli-restortnp leep. No
one will suffer troublesome Influenza and pain
ful DronckUia, when they know how easily
thev can be cured.
Originally the product of lon, laborious, and
fnccessful chemicul investigation, no cost or toil
is spared in making every bottle In the nrmost
possible perfection. It may be confidently re
lied upon as possessing all the virtue it lias ever
exhibited, and capable of producing .cures as
inernorabie as the greatest it has ever effected.
Dr J. C. AYER & CO., Lowed, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BT AIM DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.