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0JEG1 CITY, OREGON, FEB. U, iS7j.
To the Citizens of Oregon City. .
Vfiereas, the State Board of Im
has recommended the
formation of County Committees in
each county of the State, -'to whose
care emigrants can be forwarded for
guiJjvaco and assistance, and for the
purpose of raising funds to publish
information as to the local advanta
Therefore, to bring about the for
mation of such a Committee, for
Clackamas county, I would respect
fully request the citizens to meet at
the Court House on Saturday, the
13th cf February, at 7 o'clock v. m.,
and take such steps as in their judg
ment they may deem proper to in
duce immigration and disseminate
information with regard to the re
tourcos of our county. We have
immense quantities of valuable tim
ber, coal, iron and undeveloped
mines of precious metals, and the
finest fruit growing region in the
State, while our cereals com
mand the best price in the mar
ket, oil that is necessary to populate
our country is to inform the starving
thousands of the devastated btates of
Minnesota, Kansas, Iowa, and Xe
braske. that not only grasshoppers,
drouths and failure of crops are un
known to our favored land, but that
wealth lies out of doors to be had by
T. O. McCowk,
Mayor of Oregon City,
Aldeii Fruit Factory.
The Alden Fruit Preserving Com
pany of Oregon City was incorpo
rated last Saturday, with Messrs.
Charman, Latourette, "Warner and
TInnsiker as incorporators. The
Cuimai biuun. lum iu . ,i-.,
and i;8,000 is already subscribed
They have purchased the county
right, and begin immediately the
erection of suitable buildings for the
reception of the necessary machinery
im its arrival from New York. This
is a much needed enterprise, and
should receive the hearty encourage
ment of our citizens. 1-ruit grow
ers should now prune their dilapi
dated orchards, and stimulate their
row intr 11 nv bean 11 IT llie. tor ft
Tvmrtrit will lin mened to them at
The known integrity
of tbo' parties engaged in this enter
prise, is a guaranteo ot its success.
A matter f ftoiu'se the first sea-
noa xrill be an experiment, a with
all new enterprises, so far as Oregon
City is concerned. Hut the mole
itself has been thoroughly tested,
and several years experience fully
sustain its reputation ns the best
and -cheapest mode of ntih-:in0' tho
fruit interests of the country.
Ti.rt eoinint,' se;iso;i, we are inform
4., -tiMvy will nive employment to
Home twenvy-ftvc ,;m,k will
coinume about o'.0:v.) Ims'.itU of a;.
pie, pears, pl unbs, prunes, ;ot 1-toe-j,
o:ion-t, jjreen peas, string beans
etc. ' Producers should make early
cmtriet-i f'r t.uso products so jis to
socire a sale, of their fruits and veg
I'taliles, and insure a continuous ran
factory. The company will
be readv to contract, and the
Irv will bo ready for the first
Kits. --Fountain Hose Co. Xo. 2
elected the followinir oilicers for the
ensuing year at the meeting held last
Wednesday evening: K. Mathers,
l'oromaii ; J. Kelly, First Assistant;
It. Sial. Srtcond Assistant ; A.t'. liailov,
Sim.t. t irv ; W. 11. Hizhriel l. Treasurer ;
Joh'-- Myers, President. 1 he ( ompany
also placed in nomination John Myers
for C;iiief J:iirineer anil J. 1.. l.ariow
for Assistant Knincer at the approjeh
Iuxk. Caj)t. Isaac Smith, who en
gineered tho work on the Iocks, left
Portland last Wednesday with the in-
tentiini of Roitig to I'eru. A. X. Kin:;,
whjAv-a- b ok-keeer for theljock Co.,
left! Ir Sitka the samo day. wiiere he
lisf Vosition of Deputy Collector. Yv
wis'otli these ije'itlemen a pleasant
jourTf'V, and tru-t tiiat they may soon
be back to Oregon. K. C. Tilton ac
comjKtnies Mr.Sniith to South America.
ArroiNTKO. We aro glad to learn
that lr. S. Parker, of. our city, has ru
ceived an appointnicnt from the Pen
ion Iiureau as Kxaiiiinini; Surgeon for
Pensions, a jK).sition formerly held by
the late Dr. llarclay. This appoint
ment will ho a benefit to all pensioner
'n tliis eonntv, some of whom have
ordered a's far as Ko.se burg for the
nev-o -jary examinations.
fiiuND IlALt-Tlie Turn Vereins of
thi vlaee are making extensive prepa
rations for their laU next Mondaj'
cvev.mg. The Committee are sparing
no liainM to make it one of the finest
halls of tiie season. Excellent music
has teen eniaijed, and we ma3' expect
to see Porie's Hall filled on the occason.
Tickets, including supper $3.
Came Down. The steamer Alice,
which was badly damaged last week,
was sufficiently repaired to be brought
down to this place, and reached the
Company's basin last Mondav, and
will U speedily repaired. The damage
done to her is rather more than was at
hrst supposed, yet she will soon again
be read3' for service.
Is- ToIlkm". Uayd.en. of Polk,
was m town last Tuesday, looking as
natural as life. He says that if the ac
tion of the Radicals in t -
.afTx!r d. m the .Louisiana
--- . ,iJV v:urse
u.lVnrrh0.Chne-e In this
UJ, e luui a week of holid
ne maae considerable
noise in firinsr
n;y,'S "of their
factory has leen closed.
Service. Rev. Mr
-vinc' i iii nAi r L .
i v "I mis. tue
hold services on Wednesday morning
t 10S o'clock, and Friday evenin- 11
7 o'clock, every week durin- the I?ent
Cone. E. D. Whitlow, w ho recentlv
came to this place from Albany, left us
last Monday, to take up his residence
: t. i n ti-. ,
iu j uiiwiiu. e nave only space
VfT ' 111 . " ia"guage oi a noted writer
VV hit, "tie virtuous, and you will bo
Died. The little daughter of Mr.
R.N. Warsham.of this city, aged about
1 . . . " "y "iori.mg.
rn rai took piaca troni the M. E.
Church on Monday, and was largely
II I . ;352ss- -
. I (i i i 1
11SC Of tlia
remaining iu the
i-onice at cw
. : llm T V -viuert : Hull
' J ' X. . ml I III II . 1 ,' ------
"iiai V. .IoK.. . rv""""m. .Mar i'
vi 1. 1 ' "11 . .ah. .
suae. --mron; Wvant
F ? vnen adver-
ce.pt of the Benton CTi 1
pnonsued by v n f, J .-"""-v.-,
lis Tt i ,1 rtimr ot Corval-
couuy.1S ery Citable to Benton
rnKsii.KNT.-MrTTTZ: t i-
son, of this city, ilas
1ae.1t of the Woman'., snVae Asso
ciation for OroL'oti
The Lu,t, tlc7
t i.it v . 13: .
fully endorses the n.o...:
liramlette, the former nn ' n,t ri.
concert does not take place at the time
sjcciucu, uie money will be refunded
ai oncetOllie tlCKet-holders T.rt bini
iuriner observe that Mr. !-; lms
seeut e J, of course at enormous ex ponse.
me st-iMtTs oi v-iiimore, ine greatest
leaner 111 America, witn jus orchestra
of 100 select performers, who will con
elude the series of concerts with such a
burst of harmonv as has never before
awakened our western homes. And.
by the way, let him also remember
that it he does not possess at least
coupon iiciver, mis music will never
reach ins ears.
Eagle Crock Letter.
Eagt,e Ckeek, Feb. o, 137
Editor Enterprise; Being a pat
ron 01 your valuable paper, and
knowing you to be deeply interestet
in the prosperity of this county, I
thought it would not be a miss to
drop you a few lines concerning this
locality and what we are
the way of producing
I am of opinion that we have as
productive sou as there is in the
State. I have raised forty bushel
of wheat to the acre and fifty bushels
of oats, and all kinds of vegetables
do well. I have raised carrots twen-
inches in length and four
inches at the big end. I have raised
potatoes weighing two and a half
pounds and apples one and a half
pounds, and other vegetables dofully
as well as those mentioned.
Persons desiring' a home in such a
locality as this, can find some rail
road and government land, and I
know of two or three f irms for sale.
Wo have the finest quality of timber
to be found in Oregon, and our wa-t-?r
power cannot be beat to saw the
timber and grind the large crops of
who it that wo raise in this section.
But wc are badly in need of mills.
Wo have no grist-mill within conven
ient reach, and only two saw-milis,
at a in-cat distance oiT. Any person
wishing to invest a littlcj capital,
could not do better than to build a
grist-mill in this vicinity, and also a
saw-mill would be a m-oalablo in
vestment. We raise a great deal of
wheat, of the verv best mialit.v. and
the quantity is increasing every year,
and we have no grist-mill above
Alarshfield on this side of the Clack
amas river. There is also a great
deal of sociability among our people,
parties and dances being the general
order, which are gotten up by our
If any should see this letter who
desire to locate in- this section, bv
calling at Philip Foster's thoy will
find Mr. A. J. P.urnett residing there
who takes great pleasure in showing
ine new-comers ine oest lands va
cant, and he is well qualified for the
business, as ho has surveyed nearly
all the land in this vicinity. We
li'-d industrious farmers, and to
such, this section offers superior
inducements. Yours truly,
W. F. I).
A Washington special s.iys there is
universal in dignat'oa and surprise
at tiie President's message on Arkan
s,n matters, as it is held t'.iat all par
ties in Arkansas except a few carpet
bagging malcontents aro contented
with the present eoiulition of affairs
in the State. Tiie action of the Pres
ident Jk .regarded a3 esnociallv sur
prising in the face
port in the case.
of tho Poland
A dispatch says the President has
approved the following: An act
granting the right of way and depot
grounds to the Oregon Central Pa
cific llailroad through the public
lands of the United States from Win
nemncca, in the State of Nevada, to
the Columbia river, via Portland, in
the State of Oregon.
Xo Immediate Danger. There is
no immediate danger, remarks the
Indianapolis Union, of the Presi
dent's message npou Louisiana affairs
being adopted by our public schools
as a text-book upon the science of
David GofF, an old citizen, who
lives near Dixie, and is father of
Mrs. J. W. Xesmith, died last Sat
Tt is seldom that we notice anything
in the medical line, nor would we now.
unless we coald be convinced that we
are not doing our duty as a journalist
m recommendincr to tiie public the cel
ebrated botanical nrenaration of Ir,
Henrv. Whoever induces the victim
of .scrofula or anv other disease of the
blood, to use lr. llenrv's Extract of
S irsnarilla. has beirun a sood work.
There is no question as to the result of
this medicine if nersevered in. It is a
sure cure for scrofula, rheumatism,
slt llheum, and indeed all complaints
arisinir from vitiated rr imnnre blood.
It is just what a irood nh vsician would
prescribe for these complaints, and we
eontidently reeoniWnd it as being the
cm article now in use. Dr. Henrv
v-ougij llalsam is the most all'ective
remedy for allectiori of tho throat or
" th wc have ever, known. It
ir . uo. deleterious drugs, and can
.jeiore . tho public : the
sinle tri . iV ,,e convinced bv a
? T,n.i :Jt,'lvlU lovo itself a friend
"mcu no tamilv b,,iH i.,
i wjLiirmr .jivt.tv
Ijot.sot?, 'z. E &lnLer'Misf Uosev;
v. aitte, lion." f V? ,UV". Mary
Should any "doubting Thomas" still
bo'iot.Vor S,t,rd ide2 it Vhero will
do another post xmement of tho last
Library (Jift Concert, let l,h , ?im-
of relief 1 ""Punity ami certaimy
"ore thL? or the c,,re of coughs colds,
val " i 'tc- 51 tands without a ri-vi-itor
e"ry s Liniment as an allo
:.;lr'f Pai, is unrivnlfd bv nnv
i. i tv t-' i 111. : .. - . a
I . . , J ..MSZS.
A Ti lumph Over Humbug.
It is not difficult to alarm the timid, and
invalidsare proverbially so. Aware ot
this fact, the venders of pseudo bitters
"entirely free from alcohol," hare raised
a false cry sainst tonic preparations con
taining spirits, and no doubt hav fright
ened a few siek folks into purchasing the
fermented rubbish which they sell, and
which is Infinitely more injurious than
the vilest drams drunk at q vrkfi Vki tc
Rut already a tremendous reaction has set
n against these abominable nostrums.
which, being devoid of the alcoholic basis
which alone prevents liquid botanical
preparations from turning sour, decom
pose almost as soon as made. Hostettcr's
Stomach Bitters has lived and will live
down multitudes of such impostures. A
regular recurrence of the demand for the
trreat alterative invigorant from those who
Iv" alwjya Ixn its patrons, showing
that they have not swerved in their time-
uuuurcu auegtance to America's most pop
ular remedy ; and a constant influx of
new orders demonstrates how little im
pression, alter all, the blatant denuncia
tions of the mock bitters men have made
UP"" i"" general public. So long as Hos-
" . '? ninunue to cure and vre-
veni intermittent and remittent fevers.
uyspepsia, constipation, kidney disease,
and the numerous other ailments to which
tney are adapted, thev will continue to
uounn.in- mo lactious opposition of hum-
Km irt? 11.1.1 ii.il 1 v . f 1 . .
u; Justus Ions as tney are
manuiactured and sold. He It known to
all bogus nostrum venders, of everv degree
of audacity and knn-.i-v that thev can
never hope to pu ft t lie m selves into public
favor at tho expense of Ilostetter's Bitters,
the reputation of which is founded, as it
were, upon a rock.
Rev. George II. Atkinson will hole
regular services in the Congregation:!
Church, in this city, on the first and
second Sabbaths of each month. Morn
ni services lit H)'i o'clock. On the
first Sabbath at Holmes' School House
at 3 o clock, i m.
Croup IJinu riiied of its Terrors.
Thecroupy cough so alarming to the
ear and so dangerous to life to which
ehildr'ii are subject, may be immediately
relieved by administering a dose of IIai.k's
llONKY OF IIOIIKHOCND AND 1 Alt. When
given to a child who seems to be choking
und -r the elfe-ts of a spasmodic and husky
cough, the effect is electrical, as many
mother will testily, in fact there is no
air 'Ction of the throat or the lungs, short
of t lie actual disorganization of the tissues
a::d membranes, which it will not cure.
I'ikk's Tootii-Aciie Droivs Cure in one
In the Hands ofSrinc all things be
come valuable by (fijtiuent, and salutary
bv upitHriition. Thus, 1K. J. W. Wai.kkk
has obtained from certain vegetable pro
ducts of California, thnt have been tram
pled iikii for centuries by the ignorant,
the invaluable curative kno.n .-is tl.e Cal
ifornia ViXKOAK IHTTEKS, a medicine
which Isexeitmgthe wonder of the com mu
nttv bv its b-nr-fieial operation in tie
worst, cases of Rheumatism. Pulmonary
Dise-is, J.?ncr:l D -bility, Congestion of
the Liver, Con.stijiat.ori, Scrofula a:ul Ma
B'F r the very 1 -st Photographs, go to
P.kaiu.ka &. Un.oFso.Vs liallery with an
Ki.evatok, 4- Montgomery Sirr-et, San
1)Y VIHTL'K OF A DKCItKK AXD F.X-
eention issued out of t lei Circuit Court
ot the State of Oregon, for the county of
Multnomah, and dated fit h day of Janua
ry lST'i, in favor of It. 15. Curry and aorainst
tiie Tualatin River Navigation mid Manu
facturing Company, and to me dir"etfd as
S'n ritf of Ciaeka nas county, st:it' of re
gon, for the sum of seven hundred and
t weny-two and'&MOO dollar.s.gold coin, with
Interest at t!ie rate of one per cent. ier
month from t he I'iMi day of October 1871.
"ots and disbursements of this suit, taxed
at twenty-two and 7)-l'i'J d llar.s.
Xo.y, 'therefore. 1 have this 8th day of
February 1ST.), for want, of personal iroH-r-ty
out of which to satisfy said jiidmeut, I
liav levied upon the loilo.viuu; real est;it'
to-wit : Lot One in liloek Two, and Iot
S;;ven in Illoek Kotir, li t lc town of Oswe
go, Clackamas County, )r -gon, and on
Monday, 1 se 15th tlnj- of March, Is?.",
at V) o'clock, a. i., at th'"! Court House
door in Oregon City, Clackamas Co., Ore
iror.p I will s-ll all th-s rhrhr., title, intres
of t lis abovi- named 'fun latin River Navi
gation Company to the above described
'.ots, or so much thereof as may be ii"Cs
sary to satisiiy the above named Judg
ment, interest costs and accruing costs, at
public auction to the highest bidder for L.
S. gold coin to me in hand i : i-1 .
J. T. Al'I'KItMOX,
12f Iw Shoriff of Clackamas Co., Oregon.
r.9ry to ln.tl. Ad.lres
lfebly G. VINSON A Co., Portland, Me.
To tiie Am-i'iiif of TWO !UII.T.HV
IV1-) Hl XDKKl) TIIOI SVXD are I.)
e iis; I i !)iil-il on Uie 'iTUi l-'-.-ln-ii :. n-
I,ilrar- of KiMitiiikv,
ipnii tilt; ourasian
of their lifl an-.l
4ist t itnrert.
Hnnviiii LVrtain or jloimv Kfnii J.'tf.
ne (irand r.isli iift
. !).") ),0)'J
tie (jSrand 'asli iift
)ne tirarul Cash ii!'t
)ue ir in-.l 'ns'.i ( iil't
One iraml "ash fJift
") 'asli Silts. $ Jl.iVil each
1') t:asli (iilts, 14,11 each....
1) t:ash (iiits,
ID I'Jash ( iit'ts,
25 Cash tiil'ts,
.'10 Cash (ilftis,
50 Cash Clfts,
100 Cash (Jifts,
2 M Cash ;i!ts.
r,00 t;ash iilts.
fi.O h each
4.0 )0 each
' 100 each
lO.mw Cash Jilts.
Whole Tickets S.V). Halves Tenth r.r
each Coupon $3. Kloven Whole T!el.-et
For Tickets, or information, address
THUS. K. I1HA M liK'lTK,
Ascent and Manager, Louisville, Ky.
Public Idbrary of Kentsicks .
Dentil of Gov. 1!:. ,..!,. .t r
tiie Irustees V Surtessor iijipoiiit--il--?o
?I,)re Postponements Urun.
iiitf C crlaiii February ?tli.
i in' reai uusiness manager of the Kift con
certs already KiVen in aid of the Public
Library of Kentucky, be and he is herebv
authorized to take the nlace ma. I- vne.-.nt
by theUeath of said Bramlettc.
Hsrement of the Fifth nml r.-ict nut i-
eert, and that the Dra-.vinir announced for
l eu Z7th, IS, , shall nositivelv n,i ,.r,.
iiuivoeally take place on that da v wit lirtut
my further post .iMwmont or di ik " rn tint-
account whatever. It. T. DLMtltri'T
j"".- o. iAi., l'resid'
Hereafter all communications
to the Fifth Concert should be addrl-ss-d
to the undersigned, and I i.l-,i.r '.if
at the Drawing shall come or I
27tlnrthat every dollar paid for tickets
shall be returned. c. r. iiRiii(i
Agnt and Maria 'er I
Room 4. Public Ubrarv Iluil, linn- i i
- , , . .... .3
fore existing under the nam of
Norton 6 lifwis, is tiiis day dissolveil by
mutual consent. All outstanding debts
will be paid by tho senior partner. All
persons knowing themselves indebted to
Norton A IC wis will pleaso make imme
diate payment. NORTON A. LEWIS.
Norton, Jan. 28, 1S73. feb.t f
- Final Settlement!
In the County Court of Clackamas County,
Inthe matter of the estate of Jacob Kandle
VLIi PERSONS INTERESTED ARE
hereby notified that the Administra
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 apjolntcd
Monday, tiie Stli day of March, A. D.f
at the Court House, in Oresron City, as the
time and place lor examinine said final
account sand iieannjroi tiojeci nms mmw
K. M. RILMN(i.S,
GEO. C. KANDLE.
. 1 nic''tinSl of the Trustees of t h" Pu')
llc Library of Kentucky Jan. 1, 187.), it was
resolved that C. M. 15ri " 's Ks-j who nn
der the late Hon. TJ.otl .! .n.
A f- Rf fc ree's Sale. '
George W. Prosser, Respondent,
W. II. Prosser et als. Appellant.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN DECREE
of the Supreme Court of tho State of
Oregon, made the 2 th day of January 1875,
and in persuanceof a mandate of said Court
dulv issued and entered, the subscriber, a
referet- dulv aniointed by said decree, will
sell at public auction, to the highest bid
Saturday, the thirteenth (13) day of
at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, at the Court
House door, in Oregon City, Clackamas
county, State of Oregon, certain real estate
directed by said decree to be sold, and de
scribed therein as miwws: Situated in
Clackamas county. State of Oregon, beinir
part of sections eigm l) and nine (9) in
Townsnip iwo wmiu, i-miu one nist, and
being a part of the donation land claim of
Hnnrv Prosser and Mary Prosser. rlppxnca.i
to-u-it being the east half of said donation
land claim set apart iu aiu iienrv Prosser
in the Iind Ollice at Oregon City," Oregon,
containing one hundred and sixty acres,
more or less, and being the tract of land
conveyed to the heirs of Mary Prosser, de-
cpasi'i . in accordance wan a tleeree oft Ho
Circuit Court oi me niaveoi ur'jjon, for the
county oi ciacKama", maae at the April
term 1S71, and deeded to said heirs in per-
. . ; , . 1 ......... V 1. F 1 I . .
Kuiic; in suiu uc-wro j d. .v. r isner una
wife, and bearing date 2J.d day of Mav,lS74.
Terms f sale, one-half of the purchase
money to be paid on the day of sale in U.
S. gold coin, remaining half in one year
from date or sale in like gold coin, the un
paid purchase money to draw interest, and
payment of same to be secured bv approv
ed security. ARTHUR WARNER,
S. Huelat, Referee.
Attorney for Plaintiff.. .
N. ote. The - above land is situated n
short distance from the. town of Oswego,
and contains valuable deposits of iron ore.
Announcements will be male at sale that
will no doubt satisfy jersons desiring to
purchase tlmt they will obtain a good title
to the above premises. ; 5feb5w
STATE EOAaD OF IMMIGRATION.
ITIORTIIE 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
Hoard, all persons in this State having
Farms and Lands for Sale or Rent, or de
sirous of forming Colonies, will plense for
ward to this Hoard a soon as possible de
tailed descriptions of their Farms and
Lands, Locat ion. Price and Terms of Sale,
or conditions of renting: and all persons
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or other
Laborers, wPl please, communicate direct
with this Hoard.
Itv Instructions of the Commissioners of
Immigration. . . WILLIAM RK! I.
ofeblm A State Com'r of Immigration.
Treasurer's Offick, )
Salkm, Jan, 2!, 1ST-). J
VOTICE IS IIERKBY GIVKN THAT
jj t here is mo icy in the Treasury appli
cable to the p ivmejit of the following
warrants drawn on the Treasury since the
llth dav of September 1S71 to-wit: Nos.
2!IJ, -JO't, :7, :t7l, .'1S1, :tSK, ;!!U, 3i'.", 101, fl)5, :)t,
;j'j7, 1!).!, K7, ;its, 4 in, i n, ;, 4 :0, 177, its, -loo,
4S7, l iS, 4S!l, 4"d, F2, 1Y7, 4'xl, 4lil, W i, 4!l.', 4!)1,
4!)1, 4 IS, 4i)li, 417, IDS, I'.M, .)'). 4 111, .T)!, SI I, 51',
oil, 51). olli, 517, 5i.il, 5J1, .")'2, 5j t, 5J5, 5J!,
.).Jli, 5 57, 5.iS, 5!!l, 51D, 514, 51:, 51:1, 51'i, 5 IS, 51!,
")1. iVr, oliti. 5i7, 5S',
Interest on the above warrants will not
be allowed after this date.
A. IL BROWN,
5feblW State Tr!nr ".
1 IA.111 JEWKLltV.
IV! RS. A. P. B.iAYTON,
and is p
VTED IN OUKttOX CITY,
prepared to do all kinds of
Just as tfood, and cheaper, than can be
done in Sail Francisco. She also manu
factures hair, straight or tangled, into
SWITCHES, CUKLS, AND FEIZZETT3.
Nice, Fine Hair Switches for gale, at
from J5 toi:.
A full line of Tmitati m Good 'at San
Those wishing wok lf , or to ur.'liaH;?
will do wl'11 to jjive her a call before oin
to Port land.
All communlc itions by mail promitly
All work warr mted to ive satisfaction.
Instructions Riven in fancy work.
Si I ver card-bo.ird fi r sn le.
J i cembcr H. l-T4-fiin
Executor's Sulc of Real Estate.
3Ur.UC NOTICE IS Hr.liKUY CIVKX
j that by virt lie of uu or ier uiado by t he
County Court, wit hln ami Itir the iounfy
of Linn, Sr:ite of Oregon, on lies 4! h day of
.January, 17), in the matter of the estate
of Kdtvard S. Alir. e, d -ceased, we, Mary A.
Altree, lOxc-cutrix, and Edward Walden,
Kxeeiitor, oi t he last Will and Testament
of the said lvl.var l .S. Altree, deceased,
Thursday, tl ltli tlay of February,
1ST."), at the Court House door, in Oregon
City, in Claeknmas county, State of Ore
gon, between tiie hours oi'i) o'clock in the
morning and I o'clock in the evening of
t hat day, to-.vit. : at t he hour of 1 o'clock 1.
M., otr-r for s.-i I" at public auction the fol
lowing described r--al state, belonging to
the said estate and situate in said county
of Clackamas, to-.vit : The south half of
the Donation Land Claim of Edward S.
Wilson and wife, being notification Xo.
7-i7 and claim Xo. 11, being parts of sections
Xo. 1 ), Hi, 21, 11, and 2S, in township Xo. 2
south, range 1 east, and bounded us fol
lows, to-wit n-'ginningnt a point 10 chains
nort h and 10 ." t-lo.) chains east of t he sout h-
west corner of said rt-etion !.". and running
th-nee west 10 chains; thence south las
chains ; t ii -nc ; east 1)3 )-lo i chains : thencn
north IS .)i 1-100 chains ; thnee oast A) 5i)-100
chains; thenc! north SO :!7-l;0 chains, to
tiie place ot beginning, containing ISS'i
Terms Said real estate will be sold for
gold coin or the L'nited States: one-half to
be paid down on the day of sale, and the
remaining half in nine months, s-cured
oy mortgag: on the premises,
M.VUY A. ALTUEK. Executrix.
EDWARD WALDEX. Executor.
Johns a .Ion ics, Atty's for Executors.
Jan. 1"), lS.).-wl
JOHN S C M R A IV3 ,
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AM) IMPORTER OF
warc, etc., etc..
WHICH HE O EKE US
can be had in the SI
WHOLESALE OS RETAIL.
C?l warrant my goods as represented
1,0 CO DEER SKINS
4 LL OTHER KINDS OK HIDES, FOR
which I will pay the highes market
price in CA.sir Dring on your hides and get
your coin for them.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, LS7:-m3.
1)1?. JOHN WELCH!
ORECOX CITY, OREGON.
Hlsrliest Cah Price Palilfor Cotntlj-
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
rpiIE TTNDERSpJNED PROPRIETOR OF
X the Livery Stable on Fifth street.Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Saddle and Hnggy florae,
IltiggieH, t'nrriageii mid Hack.
He will also run a hack to and from the
WILHOIT SQDA SPRINGS
i durin!r tne summer season, with sood
horscs.com pctent and gentlemanly drivers.
FARE AT LIVING RATES.
J. M. FRAZER, Frorrictor.
Oregon City, MayC7, 1S7J.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
SU Charle Hotel Building.J
Southwest Corner Front and Morrison Sts.
Or tfe LATEST STYLUS of all Kinds
O T Q. ANnieMACC
Itong-lit of the lanafiirturersKaut and
lu Nuu f runcUru,
And will be Sold at
UNPRECEDENTLY LOW PRICES.
Our A(,KT Kutt ha. mtiit u Telejftaiti
.tatin tliat our Order, lur u
Boots and iShoes
Have been Filled, andj
GOODS SENT BY RAIL.!
We Slial J t-ont imie to liecelve hy every
Steamer Lar;r Inrnirctn of tltosu
Goods until our Stock is
Full unl Complete,
A SMALL LOT OF
DAMAGED BOOTS AND SHOES
On hand, which must be sold for
ANY REASONABLE OFFER
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
tit, Charles Hotel Building.
Southwest Corner Front nml .Uorrison Sts.
C. A. PEASH & GO.
October 3', IS" I. ff.
A HOUSE AND IlITtJfJY ITOUSF! TV1.
JTK. iectiy sale.
WAGON AMD CARRIAGE
S A N U FACTORY I
having Increased thedi- Qi .
mensious of his promises, at V.-hZZ
tne old stand on ine
... . . . - ;
Corner of Main and Xlilrd Street,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing his old pa
irons, and as many new ones as may bo
pleased to call, that he Is now prepared,
wit li n tuple room, good materials, mid the
verv best, of mechanics, to bin Id anew, re
construct, mane, paint, iron and turn out
rul complete, any sort or a vehicle trom a
common Canton concord Coach, lry me.
Blacksiiiithinfr, Horse or Ox Shoring
and Oeneral Jobbing nejitly, quickly, and
cheaply done. IAV1I SMITH.
WEEKLY AND DAILY FOIl 1875.
THE APPROACH OF THE PRESIDEN
TIAL election srives unusual impor
tance to thi events and developments of
l.S7-. V e shall endeavor to describe theni
fully, faithfully and fearlessly.
She U 'cktu Nun has now auaineu a cir
culation of over seventy thousand copies.
Its readers are found in every state and
Territory, and its quality is well known tf)
the public. Wc snail not only enueavor to
keep 11 iuuy up xo me oiu sianoarn, uui to
im nrove and add to its variety and power.
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thorough newspaer. All the news of the
dav will lie found in it. conaenseu wnen
unimK)rtaiit, and at full Ienghth when of
moment, and always, we trust, ireaieu in
n ctenr. interest innrand instructive manner.
It is our aim to mKe t ne n eeciy &vn me
lx st. familv newsnai er in the world, it
will bo full of entertaining and appropriate
read ins of every sort, but will print noth
Ing to offend the most scrupulous and dei
eciite taste. It will always contain the most
interesting stories and romances of the
dav, carefully selected and legible printed
The Agricultural Department is a promt
nent feature in the Weekly Sun, and its
articles will always be found fresh and
useful to the farmer.
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in"-for principle, and for the election of
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-favor from their supporters.
The markets oi every kind and the fash
ions are reported In its columns.
The price of the Weekly Sun Is one dollar
a year for a sheet of eight pages, and fifty-
six columns, as t nis oareiy pays the ex
pen ses of paper ana printing, we are not
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dr the new law, which required payment
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Wlin twenty veins i tie cost oi prepaid Io.st
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We have no traveling agents.
the w eekly sun. Eight pass. fifty
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Address, THE SI X, New York City.
rpiir: U.N DKlWKiED OFFERS Ills
premises, in Otfwesro. for Rale at a bar-
pain, for cash.. . Thcr is a fine dwelling
a .1 1 1 . ! . . . ...
ana out wiuaui, orcn.imnna auout tnree
acres ot land, r inely situated for a board-
inz house for the hands employed In the
If'Ml OIIk.'. d. )Y. V.Vli n.
Oswcso, Spt. in, 1S7I. 3w
Is your time to buy goods at low prices.
are now receiving large stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Ml of the Latest Styles, which will sell
ATLESSTHAN PORTLAND PRICES.
nir stock has been, boueht for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
TiTPWii.l.KAT TO EVERYBODY BE
y fore you purchase or go to Portland.
nr., iric nur eoods and convince
i . n...
j .ui .--
consists In part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Oents
ware and a jrcHt many other articles too uumer
ours to mention ;
AND OILS, '
ETC. i ETC.
We will also pay the Highest Market
Oregon City, Sept. 11, 1S71. tf
'W. II. IIIGHFIELD.
KutublLlieil since ' D, at the old stand.
Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon.
An assortment of Wathes, Jcwel
ry.and Seth Thomas' Weight Clocks
J. ."g all of which are warranted to be as
7"Itepalring done on short notice, and
inkful for past patronage.
THE GREAT RENOVATOR!
A C'ertn in Cure for Itlii-iim:it ism nml
Jleretirial Ji U"e-I ions, St-rnfii In, Salt
lilieuni, Liver :d Kidney c-oni-
p!iii:itx, t-eiille leaKiiess, unit II II
Disease urii:i; fioiii nn iiitpnre
1-itute of the ItluoiL
L a .v.
STRONGEST WILL FIND THIS
itreliintj (.'an; It n ay be taken by
the most delicate, with impunity, and the
remaikabie success attending us use war
rants the proprietors in claiming it as the
Most Reliable Illood S'ui ilicr in U&c.
Its gentle action renders it rmiarkablv
ctiications in DysiK-psia and Constipation,
giving the organs the assistance needed,
and impairing a tone and strength soon
disM'nses witii artificial aid.
Cut up in quart Dolt les. &olU uy all ueal-
ers, !-ole iroprietors.
t;iiAitiKS ia.M)i,hi vv ct)
Wholesale Iruggst.s, San Francisco.
Farm to Rent.
milK UNDERSKiNED WILL RENT
X. his farm situated on the Willamette
river two miles below Oregon City, and
containing 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 lnna, 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 timot hy and clover ; and
on tho other side is 90 of slash inir. done
over a year ago. and burned over this fall.
It's convenience to market, whether to
Portland or Oregon City gives it auierior
advantages. I will only rent to a person
wno win live upon anu wont I tie larm.
I have also a half section of good land.
4l acres of which is under fence, situated
aliout three miles from Aurora, which I
will sell on reasonable terms.
For further particulars applv to the un
dersigned at his residence m Oregon Citv.
JU"- . Jil-.lilJKL.M.
Nov. 18, lS71-fiw.
J. F. WAni).
OBOROK A. IIAHDISG.
WAED & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES.
i:f.i- uj.nsiastI.Y ON HAND A
- general assortment ot
.-noui!er Uraoe Fancy nml
. AT.SO ......
KeroNene Oil, Lnmn hi tuner?.
UlaxK, Putty, Paints, Oilx,
arniKlie and DyeKtnlTs
PIKE WINES AXD Liqi ORS FOR )1E-
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
fcT-rhysicinns 1'rescrij.tions can-fuiiv
compriunaen, nna all orders cfrrcctly an-
B7(pen at nil hours of the nkrht.
"All accounts mimt b paii monthly.
noVWI WAKll & HAIiUIli.
"VTOTICE JS IIFUEBY GIVEN TIIAT
X Jennincs Smit h. Administratorof the
estate of John Albrijrht, deceased, as such
Administrator, by virtue of an order oi tne
County C ourt of Marion county, Oregon,
will, at one o clock p. M., on
Saturday, the 13th day of February,
A. D. 1ST5, at the Court Housn door, in Ore-
ridian. belng part of the X. K. l4 of the N.
12, and part of the K. of the S. K. of
section 11. and part oi the . Ji of the N.
W. of section 13, in the county of Clack
amas, in the State of Oregon, for gold coin
in hand. .
Jan. 13 lS"5-,w4 Administrator.
pon City, in tne county oi tiacKanaas m crf. we iavc v.reparetl thS dve, in On&
the Ptate of Orepon, offer for sale at public . . 1 , .. , . .
auction, the followinjrdescribed real estate, rflKtri(tlOn WIVlCIl Will jtTlCKIV ami
Titlw'L1 cftectuallv accamT)Vh tUU result. It
Once More We Come!
With a Stock of
FALL & WHITER GOODS,
L AUG Ell AND MOKE AHKALinr.
than ever before, bought from e preat
ban Francisco Panic, and wuicn we ouer
at Greatly Reduced Prices. Our stocfc
Has been larjrely increased and w can
show as handsome a line of ready-mad
eoods in Men and Bovs Business ami
lress Suits, Overcoats. etc.. as can be found
in me country, and at prices mat cauuok
iau 10 satisfy. Our
' DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a splendid assortment of all
the leading styles and fashionable shades
Mokitirs, French and
Amrrkau Uret. Goods,
Plaid, riain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Bleached nml I'nbteBChed Cotton
Iadien' ami Gents I'oderwarc,
snwi and Scarfi,
TrHi wJlnc Salchrln, -
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 Reneral satisfaction. Ev
ery part warranted. . eomnlete stock of
HARDWARES. FARMING UTENSILS:
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Iiow Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AM) rABMAX ISLAND SALT.
Highest Price paid for all kinds of
Produce sand Wool.
seplStf I. SELLING.
Town Lots for Sale, o
VOTII T ISOIVEN'TO ALL PERSONS
desirous of purchasing Town Lots in
the County addition to Oregon City, Clnck
iimns county Oregon, that xre now ownd
by Clackamas county, that application for
the purchase will be received by the Cl-rk
in vacation of the County Court, Mid acted
upon by the Court in term time, and value
placed on the lots to be sold.
J. M. I KAZEK,
Jan. 12 163. County Clerk.-
Is widely known
as one of the most
ever discovered for
cleansing the sys
tem and purifying
the blood. It has
stood the test of
years, with a con
stantly growing rep
utation, based on its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the great Cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
anil syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly known,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
Boils, Pimples, Pustules Sores. St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Riiifovorm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and Liiver. It also ures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease.
Female Weakness, Debility, and
Iieucorrhoea, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons
It is an excellent restorer ot "health and
strength in the Spring. By renewing tha
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and3 Analytical Chemist.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS E YER T WHE RE.
FT 4 TT
Every ve.nr increases the iO'ularity
of this valuable Hnir Preparation;
which is due to merit alone. A e can
assure om ohl patrons tliat it is kept
full)- up to its high standard; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep-
aralion for re.stonn.sj Gray on Taded
Hair to its youthful color, making.it
soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp,
bv its use, becomes white and clean.
T u . . t 1 fX
it removes an eruptions ami uauui uu,
and, by its tonic properties, prevents
the hair from falling out, as it stimu
lates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, tho hair grows thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restoics ine
capillary glands to their normal vigor,
and will create a new growtn, except,
in extreme old age. It is the most
economical Hair Dressing ever used,
as it required fewer applications, and
cives tne nair a micuuki,
O . . it . . 1 T Ui.i.
pearance. A. -c. naves, m.u oiaio
Assaver of Massachusetts, says uTho
onnAtitnents are pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality; and I
consider it the Best I
for its intended puiioses.
SM t K Druygists, nt'l Waters in Medicines.
Price One Dollar.
FQE THE WHISKERS.
As our Kenewer in many ese re
quires too long a time, and too much
care, to restore gray r laded Whisk-
is easily applied, imd proluets a color
which will neither rub nor wasu on.
Sold by all Druggists.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO