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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FEB. 5, 1375.
r.ADLY YnjuredT-A frightful acci
dent occurred on board of the E. X.
Cook, on the 2d inst. The glass lubri-
l ..,! -rrra DICCO OT tUlSS BiriH.111,-,
Mr I enjariinJrkin in the abdomen,
I 1st bw the pit of the Ktomach
Jwuich inflicted a terrible woe md Mr
Verkins was tasen w 1117 i... .
Halem. where lie received all neeaea
medical aid. The 'i1ae1
1.' I lV.llnw
was standing imme-
i:r.w the lubricator at the
it'bursted. and had a narrow escape.
Mr Perkins is a young man much
thou-'ht of by those who new him.
The tremendous gorge of ice at Rock
Island, -above Oregon City, broke loose
on Wednesday morning, me immense
....... t it is of ice backed the water up
.r a considerable distance to a height
feet, and when the gorge pave
...(. nn.l iceeame down with a
roar and crash that made everything
Some one has evidently sold the local
of the Oregoman.
i.oard tho "crash
2so one has euner
roar. nor am
anybody get scared at the trembling it
caused. Portland dailies appear alto-
nether too anxious to maKO local news
,,f.nf milter from Orecron City, and
they seem nearly always 011 tho wrong
L.KTTEK List. The following is a
list of tho betters remaining in the
Post-office at Oregon City, Ieb. 5, 1S73 :
IJrackette. A. II.; Fielding, Joseph;
Gregory, Jlenrv II.; Hume, I. H.;
Harrington. Albert: I.eutz. David;
Mars, Mrs. Mary; Miller, A. E.
O 'Conner, win.; Ogle, Mary; Perry,
James H.; ltobb, James A.; Smith, S.
Frances; Warner, Nathan; Wilhoit,
John; Ward, Mrs. Mary; agner,
If called for. please say when "adver
tised J.M. IIacox, P.M.
At vi dent. An old man named
Arraguett, rbsiding near Ilutteville,
nged U" years, and who has been a res
ident of tho State for about 70 years,
bad his leir broken bv Ixmiic thrown
out of a. sleitrit, 0110 day last week. It
is probable that the accident will prove
fatal, owing 1,0 the extreme age of the
Mi:etin. Wo are requested by the
President of the Oregon Woman's Suf
frage Association, to cive notice that
tho third annual meeting of the organ
isation will Ikj held at Portland on the
yth inst. XV. hope that the speakers
will notify ns if they propose to give
us our usiia. complimentary notices in
their sjeclies. so wo can bo present
011 the occasion and hear all the good
thin they :-ay of us.
Hemid Kiiom. We are in receipt of
n letter from Mr. Kngeno La Forest,
dated at Honolulu, Jan. 31. He writes
that he madi the trip in 21 days from
Astoria, and that it was very pleasant,
and what is best, that his health is 111 1
toriallv improved. This will be goad
iiws to his many friends who hope
he may soon return restored to his for
mer good he.ilth.
Wamiko Away. Mr. John II. Jones,
wiio had ju.it completed a grist mill in
the Kingo neighborhood, had the mts
f.rUine to li.ive it washed away list
Tu.is.lav nig':;t, by the breaking of tiie
d un. The lo's sustained by Mr. Jones
i- ul. out Sn -.vhieii is severe upon him.
Att km rr i-::r SnciiE. Our citizens
will reniomb -r the old man who had a
hian.l on th:j; sidewalk, in this place,
luring the fad. Tiie Portland papers
give an account of his twice attempting
t drown himself, but was prevent both
tiuic"T bv p -rsons standing bv. He
.regret to announce that
r Cason was unable to
I this week, owing to
; is m'tting better and able
to be about the house.
Scnk. The steamer Alice struck a
Fna last Tuesday nenr Wheatland,
and damaged so that she had to be
heaclied. We have not been able to
learn the extent of the dam i;
re done to
"Stiek it under 111 v nose" is the
name of a mner hohler whifh is very
h tn lv. We ire inlelited to Postmaster
ll.ieon for one of them.
(h-ty CofKT. County Court has
been in sexsi.iti tlii.s week, hut wo will
have to defer the proceedings until our
(Vstr vc r. Lewis Paquet took a eon
traet to build another boat last Monday
for H)iiie jrii iies in Portland.
rtUTTF.n None in market;
e.irne. Wheat 72L?.7.. Hay
$12 per ton.
Xosk. Tha farmers in this county
have lost n stock stock so far this
Kuxnino." Steamboats are running
again from hereto Portland and on the
The express train resumed its regular
trips last Saturday.
The Kvksv of the Yeah. The hol
idays are ended, and tho sorious work
of th? Now Year begins. The first ini-
pArtait event before us is the last
drawing of tcto Library Gift Concert,
which takes place in f,ouisville, Ky.,
February 27ih. This drawing will "as
certainlv tak'a place on that date as the
div arrives, and to guarantee this Gov.
llramlette osTers to return their monev
to ticket-holders if the drawing is not
hud -at the time appointed. What more
oould le askeil? All that is needed is to
buv tickets m time, and you may count
on'having your prizes on tiie 27ta oiiv
of this monl'i.
Sthwos Death. The Hillsboro
Independent tells of the sudden and
etrana death of a Mrs. Reynolds, on
Dairy creek, in Washington county:
44 She had been complaining for a
few months, but had been doing the
housework all the time. She had
been bedfast only a week when she
died. On the evening of her death
some of the neighbors called to see
if thev wera in want of anything.
She a'sked them to sing some hymns,
which they did. when she spoke out
inabtrong voice, saying, 4 ' Gentle
men, will you please step out a mo
ment0" The visitors went out, when
Mrs. Ravnolda sprang from lier bed
to the floor with a shriek. Mr. ley
nolds called to the men and they
canio in, and she was lying m the
arms of her husband, her eyes closed
in death. They placed her on the
bed and she gasped three or four
times and died. We are indebted to
Mr. W. D. Ewingrfor the news
this strange death."
The Salem Record advocates the
establishment of a farmers bank m
From the Portland Bulletin.
The Messrs. "Williamson Brothers,
from Belfast, Ireland, begj.n the cul
ture of flax for the fibre in Linn Co.
last year. Tbey sowed one hundred
and twenty acres, and found the soil
and climate adapted, and the harvest
remunerative. They realized of fine
lint, on an average of six hundred
pounds per acre, worth $500 per ton.
This was sent to Belfast to be manu
factured into various linen fabrics.
xhe first grade of tow is sent to the
New York market for other purposes,
at a paying rate. The second Wle
of tow has, in part, been sold to the
Oregon Furniture Manufacturing
Company for upholstering purposes,
at four cents per pound or S$0 per
ton. This second grade tow can bo
utilized for burlaps, with proper ma
chinery. If any one interested in this pro
duct will step into the Oregon Fur
niture Manufacturing Company's of
fice, on Front street, the gentlemanly
proprietors will show him alsoanoth-
er superior tow, wnue ana strong,
from the balem Oil Mill. Ihe Messrs.
Ilolman have encouraged llax culture
for the seed alone, and have made a
success in manufacturing linseed oil
They propose to extend the area this
year, so report says, by encouragin
tiie favmers of Eastern Oregon to put
in 5,000 acres for seed. They use the
shorter and more branching variety,
which gives a larger product 01 &?ed;
yet their fibre is very strong for bag
ging, for twine, ami for ropes. Much
of it is baled and sent to California
to be manufactured. This product
increases so rapidly beyond present
consumption that it is left on the
ground, Ave are told, like straw, to
rot and waste, or to be burned.
The Messi-3. Smith, from North
Ireland, raised a large amount of llax
in Marion county last year, for ship
ment to Belfast. Of course the tow
must have a nearer market, if sold at
all, as the fine lint only bears ship
ment to Belfast.
The Messrs Williamson Brothers
have already rented 100 acres for $15
per acre, to be sown in tlax this year.
It is easy to see that the profits are
large. The culture costs about $40
per acre; rent, say 813 per acre.
ihe lint alone at 000 pounds per
acre, brings triou. uouotiess ouier
expenses consume a part of this
One value of this product is to in
troduce a new industry into Oregon
ami Washington. The soil and cli
mate are fouud even better than that
of Ireland for n.ix. Tiie business
gives employment to many thousands
of men. women and children in south
We import over $300,000 worth of
sacks per vear. wJncti can all be made
hero of our own material, which is
far better than inte burlaps.
The Willamette vallevcan produce
tlax as abundantly as wheat, and
manufacture it in unlimited amounts
bv using our extensive water powers.
The falls fit Oregon City offer indtics-
ments to capitalists to erect mann-
lactories of linen, twine, ropes and
burlaps. Such an industry would
continue regardless of heat or cold,
and would bjuetit the whole State
more than any other investment.
Clackamas Count v.
Two w cells ago we published an
ad iress from the Board of Immigra
tion Commissioners, and among oth
er suggestions they say:
.AVe would also recommend (1) that
every county seat arrange a commit
tee of immigration, to whose care we
would forward immigrants for guid
ance and assistance; und (2) that the
people of every county raise funds
amongst themselves to print a small
pamphlet descriptive of the thecoun
ty's local advantages for settlers and
send tho same to us for distribution
abroad, on the steamers and among
the immigrants when they arrive.
The county so contributing funds
toward giving immigrants informa
tion of its lands, etc., in this way
will secure entirely the benefits of
The people of this place should act
upon tli is suggestion without delay.
Onr countv needs to have her agri-
cultural facilities presented to tho
J immigrants and her great water pow
I er advantages should be placed be-
fore tho country so that some one
j will put it into use. Wo would sug
' gest that the Mayor of the city take
! the necessary steps to call a meeting
of our citizens. This is a matter of
great importance to the county, and
we trust that her interests will be
properly presented and placed in the
hands of these commissioners. Mon
ey spent for this purpose will pay
back ten-fold. Let there be some
Letter From 3It. Zion.
Editor Extekpkise Drar Sir: As
this place is not often heard from, a
few words will perhaps be excusable.
There are few people in this county
who have not heard of the "Palma
teer Settlement," and 3-et how few
there are who really know what a
beautiful place it is, with its largo
and well cultured farms, stretching
over hundreds of acres. Settled in
'o2 by "Old daddy Palmateer," ithas
moved steadily on, till it has become
one of the most prosperous places in
tho connty. Its chief product is
wheat, which seems better adapted
to tho hills here than any other vari
ety of grain. Large quantities were
freighted, last season, to Portland,
which netted the farmers a "snug
sum," notwithstanding the low prices.
The country here is being rapidly
settled up mostly by Germans who,
as if by magic, transvert forests into
nalila nril r 1 . 1 .
"v,uo ouau) groves into laer
lue educational interests of this
district are well looked after by the
settlers. Besides a day schoolthey
also nave a speiimpr and writing
school, which, while they are of great
benefit, serve to banish for a while
. the monotony of country life in the
winter. Their future prosperity is
beyond a aouot, as resolute men
with- willing hands are sure to win at
last. 'Xours, etc.
No loss of stock from the recent
c dd weather in . Linn county, as far
as heard from.
A Triumph Over Humbug.
It Is not difficult to alarm the timid, and
invalids are proverbially so. Aware of
this fact, the venders of nseudo iut..i-
entirely free from alcohol," have raised
a false cry sgalnst tonic preparations con
taining spirits, and no doubt have fright
ened a few sick folks Into purchasing the
rermented rubbish which they sell, and
wmcn is inuniieiy moro injiious than
the vilest drams drunk at tavern ha re
But already a tremendous reaction has set
In against theso abominable nostrums,
which, being devoid of tho alcoholic basis
which alone prevents liquid botanical
preparation from turning: sour, decom
pose almost as soon as made. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has lived and will live
down multitudes of such Impostures. A
regular recurrence of the demand for the
great alterative invigorant from those who
have always been its patroiA, showing
that they have not swerved in their time,
honored allegiance to America's most pop
ular remedy; and a constant intlux of
new orders demonstrates how little im
pression, alter all, the blatant denuncia
tions of the mock bitters men have made
u)on the general public. Ho long as Hos
tetter's Bitters continue to cure and pre
vent intermittent and remittent fevers,
dyspepsia, constipation, kidney disease,
and the numerous other ailments to which
they are adapted, they will continue to
dominate the factious opposition of hum-
bugs, and will oe just as long as tbev are
manufactured and sold. Be it known to
all bogus nostrum venders, of every degree
01 audacity and Knavery, that they can
never hope to puff themselves into public
iavor at the expense of Hostetter's Bitters,
the reputation of which is founded, as it
or?, upon a rocit.
Bev. George Jf. Atkinson will hold
regular services in 2ie Congregational
Church, in this city, on tho ilrst and
second Sabbaths of each month, iloru-
intr services vi 10l o'clock. On the
first .Sabbath at Holmes' School House
at 3 o'clock, r. m.
Tt is seldom that we notice anything
in the medical line, nor would we now.
unless we could be convinced that we
are not doing our duty as a journalist
in recommending to tho public the cel
ebrated botanical preparation of Dr.
Henry. Whoever induces tho victim
of scrofula or any other disease of the
blood, to use l)i;. Henry's Kx tract of
Sarspaiilla, has begun a good work.
There is no question as to the result of
this medicine if jK'rsevered in. It is a
sure cure for scrofula, rheumatism,
Salt Rheum, and indeed all complaints
arising from vitiated or impure blood.
It is just what a good physician would
prescribe for these complaints, and we
confidently recommend it as being the
best article now in use. Dr. Henry's
Cough Kalsam is the most affective
reniedv for affection of the throat or
lumrs "that we have ever known. It
contains no deleterious drugs, and can
be taken with impunity and certainty
of relief. I-'or the cure'of coughs colds,
sore throat, etc., it stands without a ri
val. Dr. Henry s Idninient as an alle
viator of pain', is unrivaled by any
preparation before the public; the
most skeptical will be convim'ed by a
single trial. It will prove itself a ii 'end
in need which 110 family should be
In ihe llii ml of Science all things be
come valuable by wlaptmcnt, and salutary
by application. Thus, Dr. J. W. Walker
has obtained from c rLain vegetable pn
ducts of California, t hat have been tram
pled upon for centuries by the ignorant,
the invaluable curative known as the Cal
ifornia Vinegar Bitters, a medicine
which isexcitingthe wonder oft he commu
nity by its beneficial op?ration in the
worst cases of Rheumatism, Pulmonary
Disease, General Debility, Congestion of
the Liver, Constipation, Scrofula and Ma
Strumous or Scrofulous affections are
the curse, the blight, the potato rot of
mankind. They are vile and filthy, as
well as fatal. They arise from contami
nat ion and impurity of the blood, and are
to be seen all around u everywhere. One
quarter of all we meet are "tainted with
them, and one quarter of these dieof them ;
die foolishly too, because they are curable.
Ater's Sakspauilla cleanses the Scrofu
lous corruption from the blood, rendering
it pur and nealthy, and effectually ex
punging the foul contamination lrom the
system. No longer groan under your
Scrofulous disorders, since the learned
Aykr has provided his masterly combina
tion of curative virtues hat he calls Sar-ASi'AiiiLLA.-Montgomery,
A Frightful I'lioru.
Nothing strikes so unpleasantly upon
the ear of an atrectionate parent as the
wheezing, snuffling, couching, and hoarse
voic of a family of children "laboring un
der bad colds. A chorus of this dismal
kind is kept up in some households the
winter through, simply because the father
and mother are either ignorant of the
means of cure or are guilty of t;ross iieti
lect. IUle'sIIonevof IloRKiiorsD and
Tar, will establish quiet in three days.
Nocou-h or cold can resist its soothing
11 K K'S TOOTII-
Ache rmoi'S Cure in one
y For tho very best Photographs, go to
Hkadlka & Kui.orso.N's Ciallery with an
Ki.evator, 42!) Montgomery Street, San
Treasurer's Office, )
alem, Jau,2, 1S75.J .
"V"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
X there is money in the Treasury appli
cable to the payment of the following
warrants drawn 011 the Treasury since the
11th day of September 1S71 to-wit : Nos.
W2, 'jiu. 37:1, 874. :m. :m, m. 3!. 40, 4or. Sin,
397, 4tri. 407, SOS, 41!, 4-U, 3, 4:), 477, 47S, 450,
4S7, 4.1S, 489. 451, 452, 4"7, 450, 401, 4!, 492. 4!U.
551, 552, iMi. 5ti7, 582. 38!1.
Interest on the above warrants will not
be allowed after this date.
A. H. BROWN,
5feblw State Treasurer.
In tho County Court of Clackamas County,
In the matter of the estate of Jacob Kandle
hereby notified that
tors of the above named estate of Jacob
Kandle. deceased, have filed their final
accounts and vouchers in the above enti
tled matter, and the Court has apjiointed
Monday, the Stli !- of Mrrlt, A. 0.
at the Court House, in Oregon City, as the
time and place for examining said flnsvl
accounts and hearing 01 oojcnons inerei.
it. M. KILLIXjIS,
GEO. C. KANDLE,
To tli Amount or . MUiiiu.i
FIVE IIIJAIJIV''1 - " "
le nistrihuted'on the 27IH February
ly (lie IulIie Lllrry of Kentucky,
upon the occasion or their Ofth ana
last ( onrprt.
Certain or Money Refunded.
One Grand Cash Oift
One Grand Cash Oift.
One Grand Cash Gift i
One Grand Cash Gift
One Grand Cash Gift
5 Cash Gifts. f 3000 each
10 Cash Gifts, 14.001) each
15 Cash Gifts,
20 Cash Gifts,
25 Cash Gifts,
30 Cash Gifts,
50 Cash Gilts,
100 Cash Gifts.
240 Cash Gifts,
500 Cash Gifts,
19,000 Cash Gifts,
3,000 each ,
t(! eacn u,eti
100 each .. 50,000
50 each 950.000
Whole Tickets $V). Halves $25. Tenth, or
ach Coupon $5. Eleven Whole Tickets,
For Tickets, or information, address
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Aaenl and Manager, Loulavijle, Ky.
5feb3w . "
it, io, i m, v.Ti, v.nt, om, av, ixjy, -ill,
511, .",15, olfi, 517, 520, 521, 522. 52 525, 52!, 5.W,
5.W. 5:i7, 5;s, 5 , 510. 54. &12. 5PJ. 51ti. 51S. 519.
George W. Prosser, Respondent,
W. H. Prosser et als. Appellant.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN DECREE
of the Supreme Court of the State of
Oregon, made the 25th day of January 1S75,
and in persuanceof a mandate of said Court
duly issued and entered, the subscriber, a
referee duly appointed by said decree, will
s ;ll at public auction, to tue niguesi Did
Saturday, the thirteenth (13) any of
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the Court
House door, in Oretron City. Clackamas
county, State of Oregon, certain realestat
directed by said decree to be sold, and de
scribed therein as 101 lows : onuaiea in
Clackamas county. State of Oregon, being
part 01 sections eigm (5) anu nine tj in
rownsnip two souin, Mange one case, and
being a part of the donation land claim of
Henry i'rosser and .Mary 1'rosser, deceased.
to-u-it, being the ast half of said donation
land claim set apart to said Henry frosser
in the Land Ofllce at Oregon City, Oregon,
containing one hundred and sixty acres.
more or less, and beintr the tract or land
conveyed to the heirs of Mary Prosser, de
ceased, in accordance with a decree of the
Circuit Court or the State of ur-gon, for the
county of Clackamas, made at the April
l.-rm lb, i, .and deeded to said neirs in per
suanceof Sitid decree by J. A. Fisher and
w ife, and bearing dut;; :i2d day of May, 1874.
Terms of saie, one-half of the purchase
money to be paid on the day of sale in U.
H. gold coin, remaining half in one yaar
from date of sale in like gold coin, the un
paid purchase money to draw iuterest.ud
payment of same to be secured bv approv
ed security. ARTHUR WARNER,
S. Huelat, Referee.
Attorney lor Plaintiff
Note. The above land Is situated a
short distance from the town of Oswego,
and contains valuable deposits of iron ore.
Announcements will be made at sale that
will no doubt satisfy persons desiring to
purchase that they will obtain a good title
to the above premises. oft-bow
STATE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION.
FOR THE PURPOSE OF AFFORDING
informaiion to Immigrants and in
tend Emigrants to Oregon, now in foreign
countries and sister States, and for circu
lating such information abroad by this
Board, ail persons in this State having
Farms and Ijands for Sale or Kent, or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will please for
ward tothis Board a soon as possible de
tai.'d descriptions of their Farms and
P.ands. rocation, Price and Terms of Sale.
or conditions of renting; and all oersons
desirous of o'aming Agricultural or other
Ba borers, wiM pi-Tse communicate direct
wil h his Rnfl nl
By instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. WILlJAM REII),
5feblm A State Oom'r of Immigration.
milE COPARTNERSHIP IIEHETO-
JL fore existing under the name of
Norton & Lewis, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All outstanding debts
will be paid by tho senior partner. All
persons knowing themselves indebted to
Norton Lewis will please make Imme
diate payment. NORTON A LEWIS.
Norton, Jan. 2s, 1S75. febotf
rfXN APPROVED SECURITY,
VF to suit.
NT. V. MORELAND.
MRS. A. M. BnAYTOHi
HAS LOCATED IN' OHKCOX CITY,
and is prepared to do all kinds of
Just a good, and cheajier, than can bo
done in .?'n Prancisco. She also manu
factures hair, raight or tangled, into
SWITCHES, CURLS, iD FRIZZETTS.
Xice, Fine Hair (twit ttt
from $5 to Si--"
A full lino of Imitation Good at San
Those wishing; work done, or to purchase
will do well to give her a call before going
All communications by mall promptly
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Instructions given in fancy work.
Silver card-board for sale.
December IS, 1871-Cra
Executor's Sale of Ileal Estate.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVEN
that by virtue of an order made by tho
County Court, within and for the County
of Linn, St ate of Oregon, on the 1th day of
January, lHTo, in the matter of the estate
of Edward .S. Altree," deceased, we, Mary A.
Altree, Executrix, and Edward Walden,
Executor, of the last Will and Testament
of the said Edward S. Altree, deceased,
Thursday, the lSth day of February,
1S75, at the Court House door, In Oregon
City, in Clackamas county. State of Ore
gon, between the hours of o'clock in the
morning and 4 o'clock in the evening of
that day, to-wit : at the hour of 1 o'clock I.
m., offer for sale at public auction the fol
lowing described real estate, belonging to
the said estate and situate in said county
of Clackamas, to-wit : Tiie sout h half of
the Donation Land Claim of Edward a.
Wilson and wife, being notilication No.
7S7 and claim No. 72, being parts of sections
No. lr. Pi, 21, 22, and 1'8, in township No. 2
south, range 1 east, and bounded as fol
lows, to-wit. ISeginningat a point 10 chains
north and 10 50-100 chains east of the south
west corner of suid section 15, and running
thence west -10 chains; .thence south PW
chains; thence east 9 50-100 chains ; thence
north 18 50-100 chains; thence east 30 50-100
chains; thence north hi) 37-100 chains, to
the place of beginning, containing 188i
Terms Said real estate will be sold for
gold coin of the United States ; one-half td
be paid down on the day of sale, and the
remaining half in nine months, secured
by mortgage on the premises,
MARY A. ALTREE, Executrix,
EDWARD WALDKN. Executoi.
Johns a JoxKfi, Atty't for Executors.
Jan. 15, 175 :w4
JOHN 8CH fTKW,
Main St., Oregon Cit j
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF
, etc., tc.
HICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can be bad iu the State, at
WHOLESALE Oil RETAIL.
V1 warrant my goods cs represented
1,000 DEER SKI
W A 1ST T E D,
VLL OTHER KINDS OK HIDES. TOR
whicii I will pay the hihes market
price in cash Bring on your hides and get
your coin for them.
JOHN PCII RAM.
Haddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon. July 11, 1873-ma.
DR. JOIIlSr WELCH!
OREGOX CITY, OREGON.
Iftjrhcst Cash. Price PU for Coaatr
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
the Livery Stable on Fifth street .Orepon
City. Orepon, keeps constantly on hand
Saddle and Ttuggcy Horses,
Haggle. Carriages and Hack.
He will also run a hack to and from the
WILHOIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with Rood
horses.competent and gentlemanly drivers.
FABE AT LIVIHG BATE8.
J. M. FRAZER. Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 27, 1878.
OF CALIFORNIA .
BOOT AfID SHOE HOUSE,
St. Charles Hotel BuUding.l
Sonthwest Corner Front and Morrison Sts.
I?er Str. " Oriflanxmo."
WT STTLiBi of U Kl&dU
BOOTS AND SHOES
Bought of the Manufacturer Hast ana
In San Vruuchco,
And will bo Sold at
UNPRECEDENTLY LOW PRICES.
Our AGENT East lias sent a Telejfram
stating? that our Orders for u
1 ULL HiIjSTE
oots and Shoes
Ilftvo been Filled, and
GOODS SENT BY RAIL.1
Wo Shall continue to Receive byerorjr
Steamer Larje Invoices of these
dioo.ts until our Stock Is
'H and Complete,
A SMALL LOT OP
DAMAGED BOOTS AND SHOES
On haad, which must be sold for
ANY R &! ASO N.VULE OFFER
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
Ht. Ckarloi UoUl BulltUmfr.
Souwest Corner Front and Morrison Sts.
G- A- PASE & CO.
Octobor 80, 1S?4.
A HORSE AND BUOG Y HORSE PER-
J:. fectly safe. Apply to
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
M A N U FACTORY !
I havinjr increased the di
mensions of his premises, at
the old stand on the
Corner of Slain and Third Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of Informing his old pa
troiis, and as many new ones as may bo
pleased to call, that ho Is now prepared,
with ample room, good materials, and tho
very best of mechanics, to build anew, re
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
all complete, any sort of a vehicle from a
common Cart to a Concord Coach. Try me.
Blucksuilthlnjr, Ilors or Oz Shoeing
and Goneral Jobbing neatly, quickly, and
cheaply dona. DAVID SMITH.
WEEKLY ANU DAILY VOB 1875.
rilHE APPROACH OF THE PRESIDEN
JL TIAL election gives unusual Impor
tance to tue evem anu uevetopraents ot
lo75. We shall endeavor to describe them
fuliy, faithfully and fearlessly.
hhe Yrekly San has now attained a cir
fulbUon of over sevtuiy thousand copies,.
Its readen are ound iu every State and
Tenilory, nd its quality is well known to
the public. We chull not only endeavor to
keep it fully up to the old standard, but to
Improve and add to its variety and power.
The Weekly Man will continue to be a
thorough newspaper. All the news ot the
day will be found in it. condensed when
uninrpotant, and at full lenghtU when of
mojient. and always, we trust, treated in
a clear, interesting and instructive manner.
it is our aim to make the Wtekfy Svn tho
best fatally new:paer in the world. It
will bo ft-11 of entertaining and appropriate
reading of every sort, but will print noth-
Ejs to offend the most scrupulous tnd del
y.Kie taste. It M ill always contain the most
interesting utoriei and romancea of the
diy. curefuily selected and legible printed.
The Agricultural Department is a promi
nent feature in the weekly Suit, and its
articies will always In found frecu and
useful to the farmer.
The uumber of men Independent in poli
ties Is increaen, and the Weekly Hurt Is
their paper especially. It belongs to no
party, and oreys no aiciauoa, conienu
liigfor principle, and forth election of
the best men. It eiposes the corruption
that dispraeea the country and threatens
the overthrow of republican institutions.
It fcas ao fear of knaves, and seeks no
favor from their supporters.
The market of every kind and the fash
Ions are reported in Its columns.
The price of the Wrekly Sun is one dollar
a year for sheet of eight pages, and flfty
iz columns. As this barely pays the ex
penses of paper and printing, we are not
able to make any discount or allow any
premium to friends who may make sre-
cial efforts to eztend its cir-ulation. Un
der the new law, which required payment
of postage in advance, one dollar a year,
with twenty cents the cost of prepaid post
age added, is the rate of subscription. It is
nt necessary to get up a club in order to
have the Weekly Sun at this rate. Anyone
who sends one dollar and twenty cents
win gt me parer. post-paid, for a year.
We have no traveling agents.
Thi Wezklt Sus.-Eight pages, flft
siz columns, wniy i 'jn a year, postage
prepmu. .10 uifmunis irora this rat.
j he UAiLY Sex. A large four-page
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Address, THE SUN, New York City.
ri-mt. DUEKHIQNED OFFERS HIS
-- - premises, in Oswego, for sale at a bar
gain, ior cash. There is a fine dwelling
miuuuu uuimiiiK?, orcnaraana aboutthree
acres of land. Finely situated for a board
ing house for the hands employed in the
Oeweo, Jjept. 10, Ig74, Sw
Is your time to buy goods at low prices.
are now receiving a large stock of m.
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
ATiLESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
Our stock has been bought for cash, and
wo will sell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
"flTE WILL SAY TO EVERYBODY BE-
T fore you purchase or go to Portland,
come and price our goods and convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists In part of
Fancy and fetaple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Ladles and Gents
le s, Hard
ware and a great many other articles too nuincr
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,'
the Highest Market
Oregon City, Sept. 11, 1874. tf
W. H. 1IIGIIFIELD.
Established since '40, at the old stand
Main Street, Orejoa Tity, Oregon.
An assortment of Wat lies. Jewel-
ry.anu rem l nomas' w eight Clocks
all of which are warranted to bo as
Repairing done on short notice, and
HUK-iui ior past patronage.
THE GREAT RENOVATOR!
A Certain Cure Tor Rheumatism and
Mercurial a (Tections, Scrofula, Salt
It lieu m, Liver and Kidney com
plaints, Female WruknrM, und all
hlveiuei arising from un impure
Estate of the lilood.
Contains no Mercurial or Poisonous Sub
stance. rpiIE STRONGEST WILL' FIND THIS
L a Searching Cure. It ir ay 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 Ulood Purilicr In Use.
Its gentle action renders it remarkably
eflications in Dyspepsia and Constipation,
giving the organs the assistance needed,
and impairing a tone and strength soon
dispenses with artificial aid.
Put up iu quiirt bot tles. Sold by all deal
ers, !-ole proprietors,
CHARLES LANG LEY fc CO.,
Wholesale Druggsts, San Francisco.
Farm to Rent.
E UNDERSIGNED WILL RENT
s farm situated on the Willamette
river two miles below Oregon City, and
containins 310 acres, for two, three or four
years, on liberal terms. The farm has ISO
acres under new fence, 20 acres of which is
beaver-dam land, nicely seeded down to
timothy, and, is one of the best meadows
of the size in the State-. Adjoining this
meadow, on the one side, is a field of 14
acres, well set in timothy and clover; and
on the other side is !X of slashing, done
over a year ago, and burned over this fall.
It's convenience to market, whether to
Portland or Oregon City gives it superior
advantages. 1 will only rent to a person
who will live upon and work the farm.
I have also a 'half section of good land,
10 acres of which is under fence, situated
about three miles from Aurora, which I
will sell on reasonable terms.
For further particulars hpdIv to the un-
ilersigi.ed at his residence in Oregon City.
JOHN W. MELDRUM.
Nov. 13, lS71-w.
3. P. WARD,
OEOKGE A. HAHUISll.
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
general assortment of
Drugs and Cliemicals,
Shoulder Rracet Fancy and
Kerosene Oil, Laie.p Chimneys,
Ulx, Pulty, Feints, Oik
Varnishes and iiye Stuffs,
PURE WINES AND Liqi ORS FOX ME
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
yPhyslclans Prescriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
swered. tarOpoa at all hours of the ntght.
aVAU accounts must bo paid monthly.
novGtf WARD & HARDINU.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
131 Jennings Smith, Administratorof the
estate of John Albright, deceased, as such
Administrator, bv virtue of an order of the
County Court of Marion county, Oregon,
will, at one o'clock p. sc., on
Saturday, the ISth dr of February,
A. D. 1875, at the Court House door, In Ore
gon City, in the county of Clackamas In
the State of Oregon, offer for sale at public
auction, t he following described real estate,
to-wit : The north ii of the donation land
claim In T. 5 S. R 2 E., of Willamette me
ridian, being part of the . E. M of the .N.
E M of section 14 ; the S. W. M of section
12 and part of the E. X ot the 8. E. Mof
section 11, and part of the N. X of the N.
W. M of section 13. in the county of Clack
amas, in the State of Oregon, for gold coin
inhand. JENNINGS SMITHY
Jan. 13 1575 ;w Administrator.
Once Moro We Come!
With a Stock of -
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
T ARGER AND MOKE ATTRACTIVE -I
J t nan ever before, bought from tle greaS
ban Francisco Panio, and v h iel w Jf e E
at Greatly Reduced Prices. Our stock.
Has been largely increased and tre car
show as handsome a line of Fcadj-mvd
eroods in Men and Boys' Business and
Dress Suits. Overcoats, etc.. nsenn hefound
in the conntry, and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy..- Our
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Is filled with a splendid assortment of a4l
the leading styles and fashionable shade
12m press Clot h,
Mohairs, French anct
American Dress Good,
Plaid, Plain andOpera Flannels-, of all col
ors. Bleached and L'BbWfhoil rtira
Ladies and Gents' I'ndemar.,
anan u anil Scarfs,
Travelinjr Satchels, '
U at b a nd t'n ,
Oil Cloth for
Floor and Table,
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
years past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FARMING UTENSILS:
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Low Prices; Also,
L1VEBP00L A.D CAR. II AX ISLAND SALT.
Highest Price paid for all kinds of
sepIStf - I. SELLING.
Town Lots for Sale.
V"OTICE IS GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
desirous of purchasing Town Lots in
the County addition to Oregon City, Clack
amas county Oregon, that are now owned
by Clackamas county, that application for
the purchase will be received by the Clerk
In vacation or the County Court, and acted
upon by the Court in term time, and value
placed on the lots to be sold. .
J. -M. MlAitK,
Jan. IS 1S75. County Clerk.
For I'ever and Arue, Intorinittect Fsvsrro
Ch.111 Fevsr, iipinittent l-'cver. Dumb
Ague, J?3.;o'i;?'.l or TSViioua l'cvrr, i:s.x
and intiaed :u tr-a fiotrtioTi th:ch -nriso
roui muiirio-iSj inursii, or ioi.u;.iii.tio
called !:: hy t ir? nvcessii ie? or
t-i;j American pe;.e Ikr.i n
atid f;uV t;i-:re lor Levc-i"
:-i l .Ague. ;-'r;-li vre re iw
enabled to ctfrr viU a. (-er:ct
cei t-ii'.Ky that it w ;1 fxajj-at3
the d'wi;r-e, r.nd w?th ir-
ance. founde-A on proof, tiiat no ht?rw .i4, ari.-s
froiu'it.4 u?s in .mi-.- iu."i:t .iy.
Tluit whi-.-a protects IVc-.u or jirertrs Kite fljs.
oriler liiu .t be of immense servi'-c Tn the ooiii
munitJai wive re it psevails. re re .iiton is b' tu-r
than cure, l'r Lite patient ev-J.pe tiie 1;.- k wl-i. h
hi in at run in vi.U-.nt :itt:eks 01' this bnleful dis
tsmycr. This "CL'ILE" exjt-ls the ioi:i-niaUo
poiou of Fkvf.u am Acil from tiie iysl-'in,
aud prevents tiie uevtlopuioiit of tl;e diseste, if
takea on tiie ilrst npproae.h cif its premonitory
symptom.. It i not only the bct remedy ever
yet discovered for this class of cor.tpl'iiiits, but
alBO Lite cheapest. The' large quantity we sup
ply for a dollar bring it within tbe rcuelOuf
everyftoiiy; U'I in l.iihcus districts Avl.eru
Fever am Ague pvoTal't. everybody should
have it, and use it freely, IxTrh for cure and pro
tection, it is hoped this price will place it within
the reach of all the poor as well as the rich.
A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Interniittents is, that it contain no Qui
niue or mineral; consequently it produces no
quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon
the constitution. Those cured bv it are left as
healthy as if they had never had ihe disease.
Fever and Aanic is not alone the cousequenoo
of the uiiauiafle poison. A great variety of dis
orders arise from its irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache,
UUndness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen,
Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis,
arid derangement of the Stomach, all of which,
When origiuatiug in this cause, put on the in
termittent tvpe, or become periodical. This
"Curk" exicls the poi.son from Uie blood, and
consequently cures them all alike. It is an in
valuable protection to immigrants nnd persons
travelling or temporarily residing in. the mala
rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily
while exposed to the infection, that will be ex-,
cretcd from the system, aud cannot accumulate
in sufficient quantity to ripen into disease.
Hence it is even more valuable for protection
than cure; and few will ever suffer from Inter
niittents if thev avail themselves of the protec
tion thi 3 remedy affords, e . ,
Kor Xirer C'onifilaints. arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stim
ulating the Liver into healthy activity, and pro
ducing many truly remarkable cures, where
other medicines fail.
Dr. J. C. AYER&CO. Lowell, Mass.,
fraoticnl and Analytical C7tfnlst,
AND SOLD ALL ROUND THE WORLD
I'HICJ?, $1.00 PER JBOriLB.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
hair. It soon
or gray hair
to its original
color, with the
gloss and freshness tf youth.' Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checkeu
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where tho follicles aro de
stroyed, or the glands atrophitd. and
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu- O
lated into activity, so thaf n, new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to tho
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
Eome preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
.benefit but net harm it. If wanted
merely for a HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye,, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a gratuful perfume ,1
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &.Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chwirhtte,
LOAVEUU MASS -