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OREGON CITl, OREGON, APRIL 30,157. i
Democratic City Convention.
TIio Democratic, voters of Oregon j
Citv are requested to meet at the Court j
irnii.se on Saturday evening at 7?i
o'clock, for the purpose of nominating
a tit- ticket to bo supKrted at the elec
tion which is to take place next Moii
dr. and transact such other business
ns "niav eoiii-J la-fore them.
Bv order of the
IjKaves for California. Mr. W.
W. Morelainl expects to leave this
place in ft few days for California,
where he r .roposes to take up his future
residence. Mr. Mori-land lias resided
la this place for the past three years,
nd has the resjiect and confidence ot
,ir entire community. At the last
election he vas chosen School Superin
tend -iit, which position ho has rilled
witli credit to himself and Itenetit to
the people, lie was admitted to the
bar about a vear ago. since which time
ho has been practicing his profession,
and has shown himself possessed of
every oualif-nation to make a thorough
lawyer J lis success has been credita
ble to himself, and Ixing a man of un
blemished character, full of energy, he
has won for himself in a short time a
position in his profession which would
do credit to many an older attorney.
In taking his leave from us, we but ex
press tlie general sentiment of the peo
ple when we sav that all trust that he
may prosper to" his most sanguine ex-
fx-ct aliens in his new home, and that
he Ixist of success may attend him and
his. lie expects to loeato at iiealds
burg, a very pleasant and growing
Ciiuvit (Vrur. Under the prompt
and able administration of Judge Shat
tuck, the business of the Circuit Court
is progressing very rapidly, and the
Court will pro ably adjourn by Satur
day. There have been three indict
ments found as follows: Dan. Hums,
for assault with a dangerous weapon;
John Jovce, for assault with intent to
kill ; It. Stewart for an attempt to
commit rape.- Hums has plead guiitv
niid the othtr two are yet to be tried.
There has Im-cii some Vivil business
disposed of, 3iut as it is not complete,
we defer the publication of the docket
until next week.
Co mk On. The Oregouiau of the 2sth
coiitainsaii ibjin in reference to an occa
sional corresjj. indent from this place.
who iut imati-s that the "'spellists" of
this city art; ox -ct iug a challenge from
the Portland experts in tin orthograph
ical line. Wo understand that it is
thought propjr. acconliug to the laws
of the 1. K.. irxt the challenge should
come from tljl l'ortland people, as one
of their prize, was borne away by an
Oregon City s-llist, and now in order
to avenge themselves, if they can, they
should attempt to win it back.
Itonv Folnm. The body ofNainuel
11. Newman, who was drowned in the
bain on the ;'M inst., was found last
: Moiid iy abon: a hundred yards from
where lie was Vast seen, lloating on tlie
Miirfaee. 1 1 is funeral took place on
Tifsd t v. whii li was largely attended
bv on-.- citizens. Rev. Win. Itoliorts
. oilloi-i: "il mid oneaehed a verv inter
i At hey iieKi an
and returneil a
with the facts
I'lotl-'M on ill
si on t'ir bonv,
Trii-t it ae(y vj-iiauce
heretofore put ji "lulled.
a - . ,
tio to Pop.
and get a Steam Washer.
The following is a
!it of tho
ter rvmammg in the
regoti City, April 30,
V.; P.ohna, W. I.,;
Clark, Miss Maria;
Fleming. Martha K, ;
; House, Prank: Mo
o Mi eld. John li. CD ;
E. ; Sanders. Lcrm' :
'utickl. J . J. ;
rauJ. Thorn. is;
White, J. W.: Wiliekler,
1 for, pleasesav wl.c-n '"adver
J. M. IUr.x, i M .
A nouNKVs.-Tlie fnllv-iijg attorneys
lave bt'cn in aiU-mlancc on the 'ircuit
Court during the pa.sl week
Thuver. .lub'e lTi.ton. J. M
Judtre Stron-'. C. It. IVllinger. Julius
Stratton, I. C. Hronough. ieo. II. Dur
ham. 1. A. M;-rum and Prosecuting
Attornov. H. Y. Thoinnson, of Port
land; S. Ifuebit. W. W. Moreland,
Johnson Jc McCown. li. T. I'arin, J. H.
I'pton, aiivl K. li. Ivistham of this city.
Knn I'.nkd. Mr. Kugeiie I .a Forest
took his friends by surprise last Tues
day evening, by arriving home when
lie was not expected. He sjn'aks very
hi.rlil- of the treatment he received
from the Captain of the Faulktnbtirg,
4 ; l 4 111111.11 ic,i' n km ii )'
His m.inv friends will le glad to hear
thut he i's much letter than when he
left, and we trust he is on the way to a
Anmvkus wiv. The Odd Fellows as
sembhti at their hall on the evening of
th 2th to celebrate the tifty-sixth an
niversary of the introduction of the
Order into the Fnited States. Seeches
were made by Messrs. Kelly, McCown,
Randall. liocoy and Noltner. and M rs.
Kelly, all of "which were listened to
with interest and seemingly appreciat
ed hv a fair audience in attendance.
Wantko. 5,0ii men. women, boys
and girls are wanted to carry off the
goods which are sold cheap at I. Sul
ling's, for cash. Everybody is invited
farmers, mechanics and all, should
come and buy themselves rich for a
small sum of money. Remember the
place, at the old corner opposite the tin
Salmon. Capt. West informs us that
rho present season quite a number of
salmon have attempted to go through
the locks to the upper river, and ho is
of the opinion that some of them have
sueeeded in getting locked throusrh
This will Ik? good news to our salmon
eaters up the valley.
II vm Stolen. Some unregenerated
cuss stole a ham from Mr. Stevens
last Friday evening. He wants tho
thief to come baek again, and if he wi'l
'lake a little more noise he promises
"i iKe gooa ins hams for him.
Rkti'knkd. 1 on. D. P. Thompsoi
arrived in this city from Washington
J--t Friday, looking in tine health
Jte expects to '.eave for Eastern Oregon
V a iew nays, and will soon return to
y aMimirton. family are at pres
t stopping at Washington City.
Try the Climax Steam Washer.
-'o l.ri.L. The Grand Jury failed to
"iiuati indictment against S. J. Tracy,
who was held to bail sometime since
for assault and battery with a danger
Foa SvLK.iersong who desiro to
rurciia.se a valuable tract of land, im
ofn'1 com:'"iug 524 acres, can hear
office omxrtunity by applyiiig at this
WKATIJ""Mrs- A,1hnr died nt
aer rrs.dence in this city last Monday
S2';" husband to mourn her loss,
f ' ears.
GLiiZDnTRurns was i
ea rr an assauU wUh d u
K fef1 fi Jy- "e was
J Executive Committee Meeting1.
Tlie Clackamas county Board of Im
migration inn wijuui nnit-iii ii :
the ollice of Jlon. John M vers. j
Itoll call found the following mem- j
liers present : John Myers, President,
J. T. Apperson, A. Noltner, J. Jl. Moore I
and F. O. McCown. ;
neporis 01 precinci committees read,
so far as received, showing a total
amount subscriled of $110 70.
Mr. Apperson moved that a commit
tee of five be appointed to prepare
manuscript for publication, in pamph
let form, setting forth the resources
and advantages of our county ; such
committee to have Myer to secure any
assistance that may Ix.- necessary. Mo
Tlie Chair appointed, as such com
mittee. J. T. Apperson, A. Noltner, 1
O. McCown, C. F. Church and Charles
It was then moved and seconded that
John Myers be added, to the commit
On motion, the Secretary was ordered
to request Mr. Noltner, editor of the
V!vrc-nrnTSir to rmlilish a iintir i? liiu
.... . . . . - . .... .., ... J - - V - HI
paper soliciting information of the re
sources of Clackamas county, and such
other information as would be likely
to interest jiersons seeking homes in
On motion, F.d. Forbes and Richard
Oerde-s were added to the precinct com
mittees in their respective precincts.
On motion, the Secretary was ordered
to furnish a report of this meeting to
tho Kntkkpiusk for publication.
(Signed) F. O. McCown,
Left Us.-Ir. K. K. Henderson, a
young man who has been in our em
ploy during the last year, left us last
week for Fugene City, where he ex
ects to engage in more lucrative busi
ness than tyie setting. We trust he
may find his new tield more remuner
ative and pleasant. He is a young man
of excellent character, trustworthy and
faithful to every interest and while
in our employ he" discharged his duties
faithfully and to our entire satisfac tion.
We wisli him the Ijest of prosperity.
Skntkncki. Daniel liurns waa sen
tenced to pay a line of tl'M, or 75 days
in the county jail.
Savo Time, Health and Money by
buying a Steam Washing Machine.
Mrs. A. M. ISray ton has removed to
the I (radish residence, west of M vers'
SU.MMAKV !' ST ATI N i :VS.
Mr. M. "Wilkins, the President of
the State Agricultural Society, in
company with Mr. E. M. Waite, the
Secretary, and others of tho Execu
tive committee, visited the fair
grounds last week for the purpose of
inaugurating steps for putting up
the new buildings, and otherwise
improving the grounds to have them
ready for the next agricultural exhi
bition. Reports from John Pay valley say
the spring has finally opened there,
and stock is getting fat on the range.
The death rate among cattle in that
section tho past winter has not been
The present term of the school for
the blind, at Salem, will close this
week on account of the death of Mrs.
Xesbitt, the late matron, and the pu
pils will leave for home as soou as
Mining has been in full progress
at Sparta, Raker county, for some
time. There is plenty of free water,
and the miners are rushing things.
The miners say there is a better
chance for a big season than they
have had for years. Gilchrist it Da
vidson are about starting their stamp
mill at Rye Valley upon rock taken
from the Shannon mine by McLane
fc Rnrnham. It is said the rock is
very rich. ,
The new county of Eake, which
was formed out of tho eastern por
tion of Jackson and tlie southern
portion of Wasco counties, is suffer
ing from the lack of proper mail fa
cilities. That county is fast filling
up with settlers, of whom there are
2o0 in Summer and Silver Iake Val
leys, have to go ninety miles for their
Mr. Isaac Ratt, of Gervias, has
been missing sinco last Wednesday
night, the 21st inst. This is the same
person who, last summer, attempted
to commit suicide by cutting his
throat with a razor, and. was found
in an insensible condition in a vacant
building. The last seen of him was
about 1) o'clock on the day above
mentioned. Search has been made
in and about Gervias without suc
cess, and is still going on. It is
feared that lie has succeeded in mak
ing way witli himself sure enough
Not to be Followed. The plan
which has been adopted of permit
ting the Radical Senators in Congsess
to control tho distribution of the
most important Federal offices in
their several States in cases where
there are no relatives of the Presi
dent to claim them, the New York
Sun asserts, is not to be followed, it
seeins, where the Senator is unsound
upon the third term question. The
new Senator from Minnesota, Mr
McMillan, is not considered trust
worthy in this regard, and therefore
his influences in the matter of ap
pointments may bo expressed by a
cipher, while that of the retiring
Senator, Itamsey, who is earnestly in
favor of the continuance in power of
urant, and of the perpetuity of all
the "rings" which have thrived un
der his fostering care, is more potent
man ever, as was shown when he en
forced the retention of Rill King's
man in the Minneapolis Post-Oflice
in spite of the unwillingness of the
Postmaster-General Jewell to keep
him there. Whether Grant will gain
much by siding with Ramsey and
Rill King against Senator McMillan
and the great mass of the Radical
party in Minnesota remains to be
Resigxep. The telegraph informs
us that Geo. II. Williams has resign
ed the Attorney General's office.
This is a blessing to the country, as
he has been a disgrace to the posi
tion. It is stated that he proposes
to come back to Oregon to work for
his re-election to tho U. S. Senate.
Williams has but little political sa
gacity and no honesty, but ho has
too much to fool his time away in any
such useless and unprofitable under
taking. Let him come, and we pre
dict the fall of 1S77 will show him
that he is a dead duck in Oregon.
April 3d, by drowning, Samuel K.
Newman, aged 27 vears, 5 months and
The Immigration Society. '
A meeting of this Executive Com- j
mittee on Immigration was held last !
Friday, and the reports received
from the sub-committees ou subscrip
tions. The reports show that alout
one hundred and ten dollars had
been subscribed for the purpose of
imblishing the resources of our coun
ty, which sum is not enough to do
justice to so important a matter.
The committee, however, proceeded
to appoint another committee to write
up the resources of the county, and
trust to the liberality of the citizens
for further contributions. The fol
lowing gentlemen were appoinnted
said committee: J. T. Apperson,
Chas. Kelly, G. P. Church, A. Nolt
ner, F. O. McCown and John Myers.
At a subsequent meeting of this com
mittee, the duties were divided up as
follows and the persons named are
to prepare the manuscript on iho dif
ferent subjects specified. On agri
culture and horticulture. A. Noltner;
extent and area of the county, with
amount of vacant lands, prices vc.,
J. T. Apperson; manufacture, mar
kets and prices, C. P. Church; re
ligious and educational, John Myers;
mineral resources, climate &c, F.
O. McCown. Each of these gentle
men is to prepare the copy on the
subjects above stated, and at an
early date have them ready for pub
lication. To accomplish this end
successfully, it will be to the advan
tage of every neighborhood to send
to the committee such information
on these subjects as they may have.
Our readers should bear in mind
that this labor is performed by this
committee free, and that it is for the
general good. It belongs to each
citizen of our county to aid them
with such information as they can
give. It is designed by tho gentle
men to make this publication of a
character which will represent Clack
amas couuty in its proper light, and
we feel confident that tho persons
named are arnply - competent to do
the matter justice. The fuuds sub
scribed are to be used for the publi
cation of the resources of the county,
and that is to be done at the lowest
figures obtainable. We trust our
people will take a proper interest in
this matter. It is for the benefit of
all, and none need fear but what the
money subscribed will be properly
invested by the gentlemen who have
this matter in charge.
Jioard of Centennial Commis
sioners. Salem, April 20, 1875.
The board of centennial commis
sioners for the State of Oregon met
this afternoon at tho office of Gov.
G rover, according to adjournment on
January fth. There were present
Gov. Grover, chairman; Hon. A. J.
Dnfur, centennial commissioner from
Oregon; Hons. M. Wilkins, C. P.
Bnrkhardt and llev. Dr. E. 11. Geary
and S. A. Clarke, Secretary.
The board was called to order by
On motion of Mr. Dufur it was de
cided that the board apply for 1,00
feet of space at the centennial expo
sition for the exhibition of Oregon
There were added to the various
committees as follows: Historical
committee, llev. Dr. Atkinson, Port
land; educational committee, Dr. Tj.
Jj. llowlaud, Salem, llev. T. L. Klli
cal committee, J. 11. Sanburn, Ore
gon City, Prof. T. H. Crawford, Sa
lem. After consideration by the board
the following preambles "and resolu
tions w ere adopted on motion of Mr,
Wiiekeas, It is deemed of vital
importance to the best interests of
our State that Oregon should be rep
resented at the centennial exhibition
of 1S70 in the choicest productions
of her soil, and mines, and indus
Whekeas, No provisions have as
yet been made for defraying the ex
penses of freight and sending for
ward material for such exhibition
JlcsolreJ, That a committee of three
be appointed in each of the several
counties of this State, to be known
as the Oregon Centennial Finance
Committee, whose duty it shall be to
solicit subscriptions or otherwise
procure means to defray the expense
of sending forward such productions,
materials and articles of merit, as
may be deemed worthy of beingp'lac
ed on exhibition at the World's Ex
position in Philadelphia in 187(5;
Whekeas, In order to promote
this great event, and to secure cer
tain success iu this enterprise of such
vital importance to our State, it will
be necessary to secure a general co
operation of our citizens in securing
funds to defray all legitimate expense,
J2esolrel, That we earnestly re
quest our periodicals in particular,
and the people of our State in gener
al, to give this subject their earnest
attention and assist in procuring
means and material for such an ex
hibition of the resources of our State
at this great national fair as will
place Oregon in her true position as
to her productive capacity.
The members of the board devoted
some time to making a schedule of
various articles to be placed on exhi
bition, the same to be revised and
published after the return of Mr.
Dufur from attending the meeting of
the National Centennial Commission
at Philadelphia next month.
Minutes of last meeting were read
On motion of Dr. Gearv, it was
resolved that when the board adjourn
it be to meet at the same place on
Wednesday, the first day of July
next, at 2 p. m.
The minutes of the present meet
ing of tho boaad ' were read and ap
proved. On motion of Mr. Wilkins, the
B7"Th National Gold Medal was award
ed o Bradley & Rulofson for the best
Photographs in the United States, and the
Vienna Medal for the best in the world.
4J0 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
ot, l'ortland; cereal committee, etc.,
Dr. F. S. Matteson, Coos county, D.
P. Cartwright, Lane count v: botani-
Seven vears ago, about the first of
June, Capt. L. N. English and sev
eral other families, 31 persors in all,
left Oregon for South America. Af
ter a few months residence there,
thev, or some of them, returned to
Oregon, ami on Tuesday last the
last one made his return to Salem,
and all the party, with one exception,
are still living.
Sound Health Maslm. j
"Order is heavens first law." This j
great maxim applies with eeuliai- ;
force to the discharge of the vital func- j
tions. Disease inevitably suiervenes
upon the physical irregularity, just as
calamity is sure to follow want ofs3's
tein and punctuality in the airairs of
life, lint while it is next to impossible
to overcome settled mental habits of
disorder, it is quite feasible to remedy
habitual irregularities of tho body.
Discipline the unruly organs by wise
and tinielv medication, and health will
be established upon a permanent basis.
Although there are many remedies
prescriikul for this purpose, there is not
one among them can compare in di
rectness and promptitude oi action
with llostetters Stomach Pntters. For
every disorder affecting the bowels,
liver and stomach, and for the numer
ous sympathetic nervous ailments to
which alimentary or billious distur
bances give rise, the P.itters arc a most
reliable specific. Their wondrous effi
cacy is attributable to the fact that they
first remove the cause of such maladies,
irregularity, and then by their tonic
operation "repair the loss of physical
substance produced by sickness. Con
st i pat ion, bill ionsness.'dyspepsia, heart
burn, sleeplessness, intermittent fevers,
rheumatism and nervous tremors al
ways succumb to the operation of this
safe and potent medicine. -V regular
habit of body, a good appetite, sound
sleep and easy digestion are among the
blessings which its use confers. It in
vigorates, relieves depression of mind,
and by promoting complete assimila
tion, materially assists in covering the
angles and hollow places of an atlenu-.
ated. shrunken frame with firm healthy"
It 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 the public the cel
ebrated botanical preparation of Dr.
Henry. Whoever induces tlie victim
of scrofula or any other disease of the
blood, to use Dr. Henry's Kxtract of
Sarsparilla, has begun a good work.
There is no question as to the result of
this medicine if persevered in. It is a
sure cure for scrofula, rheumatism,
Salt Kheiini, 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 DaLsani is the most all'ective
remedy for affection of tho throat or
lungs "that we have ever known. It
contains no deleterious drugs, and can
be taken with impunity and certainty
of relief. For the cure'of coughs colds,
sore throat, etc., it stands without a ri
val. Dr. Henrys Tiiniment as an alle
viator of pain, is unrivaled by any
preparation before the public'-; the
most skeptical will be convinced by a
single trial. It will prove itself a friend
in need which no family should be
Found nt Last: A remedy that, not
only relieves, but cures that enemy of man
kind Consumpt ion, as well as t In immer
ous sfatelites which revolve around it in
the shape of coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore
throat, intluena, Ac. The remedy we al
lude to is Ir. Wistak's Balsam of Wir.n
Ciiktkv, prepared by Sot h Fowle it Sons,
Tlie "KoitHtizii" for ull.
Invalids, by nervous debility, desirous of
again feeling the vigor of health and vim
of system, should take a few bott les of Pit.
I TFNI.KY'S I 'Kf.KHIlATKD I. X. L. BlTTFRS.
Before one bottle is taken they will feel
tlie dawn of restoration, of returning
health. Xo ease of dyspepsia, indigestion,
loss of appetite, rheumatism, kidney or
liver disease, has ever resisted its restora
tive H)wer. Every part of the human
system requires and should receive suste
nance and support from the stomach, reg
ularly by the liver. It the stomach can
not supply the aliment required, the whole
system languishes. Fortify your organs
of life wit h t hese bitters, and in a few days
you will feel your whole system invigorat
ed ; for every disease arising from disor
dered liver, stomach or bowels, it is inval
uable; it will revive your shattered sys
tem. DysjieptiCS and persons of billions
habit should keep it within reach, if they
value health and ease. 23mar3m
IIowtogkt Stamina. Iron frames
and strong nervous systems are not the
lot of all. 15ut the feeble need not de
spair. T.y adopting the right means,
they may live as long as their more ro
bust neighbors. Physical invigora
tion is, however, necessary to this end ;
and while the siutuous tonicsand nerv
ines usually administered eventually
depress both bodv ami mind, Hit. .1.
Wai.kku's C-ai.ikoknia Vinkhau T.it
tkiss, will invariably supply new vigor
to the frame, while fhev regulate everv
Important. Endorsed bv the Medical
profession. 1H. W'M. J FALL'S BALSAM
FOIl THE LUNGS cures i loughs. 'olds and
I onsmption, and all disorders of the
lhroat and Chest. DR. TOW I F.Y'S
TTvT"r'H,: AXtUA'NE cures in one
It is as-crted as a f.ict that c7vry canvasser
who has turned his attention to tho introduction
of the New Family Sf-wintr Machine in his local
ity, or who has been foi turate enough, to secure
an agency, has outt ripped tho best efforts in
makins money of the old and tried agents of tho
high-priced machines, which latter they now
replace. The demand is enormous, and sales so
rapid and money made so n;a.lily with so little
effort that farmer, tradesmen, speculators, &c.,
are flocking into the business as f ust as they can
Hccure territory and get their goods on the
ground to supply anxious customers. It is mar
velous to see how these maehines sell when ex
hihitcd.it dx-.ng a jreeognue I fact that people
will buy the best at the lowest price. It certain
ly is the machine of the times and does the same
work as other machines at .mi) or .)(, and we re
ally believe it would sell just a ro'adilv at donbl'..
and then not cost halt the usual price of so go,!
an artn le, tor it is astonishing to s-c the vxt
amount of labor it perfoim.s at so low a cist.
I he in venters are daily inundated with testimo
nials ot the worth of their new machines whi. h
so suddenly and Miccc-stully l)Oundeu into ropu
larlavor. It proves to be just what is wanted
eei- day. I.y every one, everywhere, who has a
tannly. It has attained an enviable reputation
in many thousands of homes and factories, for its
solid strength, power, rapidity, simplicitv. cer
tainty, and eae of operation, with extreme l-au-ty
, fineness, and reliability of its sewing; while
tlie wonderful low price (twentv dollars for a
large and complete sewing machine with a strong
table anil treadle) places all i'lea of competition
entirely out of the (piest ion. It stands alone on
its merits timl r.,.;.. -.. . ;
v.. ..v.- ,,n , ic- uu to iu est in
one at once for your wife, daughter, mother, si.
... m. in auu inaKe a uome nappv, or
put them in your factory, or what is better, if
you are lucky enough, secure an agency, if there
is none in your town, and make inonev yourself.
1. i - l .vL..i,iniiuuia ioi- uomg exira line,
skilful and difficult work, are a surprise in their
r ui i-uusirucuon ana iar neiow even
grange prices," and will lie delivered safe at
your door, no matter how remote vou reside, if
??,?I.lte fur them. Address, j. THOMSON,
HAN N A & CO., tin; Broadway, N. Y.
S. ACKEIUIAN A: KK0.,
was 300.000 sra
priVehinhsTL Pay'th" hiShest mL'rke?
Oregon City, April 2f, lr.5 rtf
J0HX 31. BACOy
IMPORTER AND DEALER TBfif
in liootts, stationery, Perfum
ery, etc., etc.
Oregon City, Oregon.
BFVAtthe Po:,t Office, Main street, east
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
GREAT ATTRACTIONS !
r AS JUST IIF.CKIVED THE LAI WEST
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
ever imported to Oregon City, which he
otters at greatly reduced prices. My stcck
Has ltccn largely increased and - I can
show as handsome ti Hue of ready-made
goods in Men and 15oys Easiness and
Dress Suits, Coats, etc.," as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is tilled with a splendid assortment of nil
the leading styles and fashionable shades
Km press ( lotU,
Moliuint, Kreiicli ami
A merit-nil Ores Goods,
lllurk A lpu ,
IT LANN K H. S ,
Plaid, riain and Opera Flannels, of nil col
ors. Bleached and Unbleached Cotton
Ladle' and Gents' tudenrurtt,
Him 11 mid Scarfs,
Travel itij; SuttHeli,
lltitso iid 'n ps,
- Oil I lot U for
BOOTS and SHOES,
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and Hoys' San Francisco
Knots, which I have sold for a number of
years past wit h general satisfact ion. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE k FARMING UTENSILS
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Low Trices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AM) (MIDI AN ISLAND SALT.
Highest Trice paid for all kinds of
Coiaii sy Jroli5cc.
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall pnv the highest, cash
price. I. SELLING.
Oregon City, April 22, 1S75. tf
The best way to
during the hot weather is to goto
Main Street, Oregon City,
and partake of some or his DELICIOUS
ICE - CEEAM
A X I
Ice-Cream delivered to anv part of the
city Fit EE OF CIIAKOE and made to
A most pleasant and Invigorating
tonic. Recommended by all the emi
nent Physicians throughout the United
Every family should havo It in tho
Read certificates on each bottle. Sold
by all Liquor Dealers and Druggists.
H. EPSTEIN & CO.,
518 Frost St., Sax Fhancisco, Cai
Is your time to buy goods at low prices.
are now receiving a large sUck of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
Our stock has been liought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
"irEAVILLSAY TO EVERYPODY RE
TT fore you purchase or go to Port land,
come arid price our goods and convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hat?, Boots and .hoes,
Indies and Gents
Not ions, Grocer
and a great many other articles too nnmer
ours to ment ion ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
Price for" ray Ul9 Hi5"est Market
Oregon City. April It, 1S7. tf
5-Forth very best Photographs go to
Ft rl',& "P--80"3 "alien? w th an
l l'Tnr. 4" Montgomery Street, San
jjyLDSS o f APP ETI T E. A
MAKE HOME HAPPY.
$20 $20 $20
And farn $:iO or S lo per day.
AX ELEGANT, DURABLE AND FULL-SIZE
WITH TABLE AND TREADLE
Complete lor Domestic I'se
Unparalleled in prico.
"With m:iny important, superior and valuable
E'piul in bizc, and does the Fsimc work, in the
same av as un sn or !" machine,
The best, simplest and cheapest machine ever
Written guarantee for hve years with every
"omsi-rF.nuu : no competition: no
ItiYAL in QUALITY and PKK E.
V skillful mid practical sclent ilie accomplish
ment of a most wonderful combination of all the
good qualities of a sewing machine, and fully ac
knowledged to be a perfectly successful mechan
ical achievement ot practical simplicity. Thor
oughly tested. Used in thousands of homes.
The favorite of the family circle.
It docs net ti-.ke an nour to pet reaay 10 uo a.
minutes work, but is always ready in a moment
to do a davs work.
It will save its cost many times over in one
reason, dobis the work of the family, or it will
cam four or rive dollars a day for any man or
woman who may wish to do sewing for a living.
It is so plain and easy to learn, and smxth to
run, the children und servants can use it.
!Su strong and solid built, it will hut a fenera
tion it properly cured for.
lias no superfluous coggs or cams to fret out of
Sews equally fine with coarse cotton, linen,
sdk or twine.
Pupidly sews a strong scant over all kinds of
pootis, trom linest cambric to heaviest broadcloth
and leather without stopphif? the machine.
Kuns taster, lighter, more easy ami ipiiet than
any other machine, at live times the price.
Uses the strong straight needle.
Marvcloiisiy true in every motion.
Sews the iinest, firm and 'lusting stitch.
Makes the only scam that can not be vipjH'd
apart without destroying the fabric. the
strength, lieauty evenness and durable qualities
of which have loii been acceded.
"Will sew anything it is po.-sible for a needle to
"Will do every description of scwiiur ever done
on any other machine no mutter what the price,
and with less trouble.
"Will hem, fel, tuck, quilt, braid, cord, bind,
pat her, ruHie, sliiir, ph-at, fold, scollop, roll, em
broider, run-up-liii adths, Are., Arc, with aston
ishing case, vapidity, and neatness.
lias received testimonials of its merits from all
sectioas of the country, marks of distinguished
consideration seldom voluntarily accorded to an
invention ot similar domestic: usefulness.
Ourmanv New Attachments, Patented Au.
10, 1S7H-. Sept. M, 171: duly 7, 1S72. Made to lit
all machines, are the attainment of precision ia
mechanical accuracy for rondci-it'ir it easy for
even those who never saw a machine W'tore, to
do the finest kind of fancy needle work, other
wise difficult and tedious, with the utmost ease
and rapidity. Simple is construction. Needs
no teachintr. Money refunded after thorou;-h
trial, if not satisfactory in every particular.
Cash Prices of Machines Machines with plain
table, iron stand and treadle, complete with all
the necessary fixtures for immediate use, .-Jl.
Machines, wit h cover, lock and key, half case
style, ?2 . Machines, with cover, drop leaf, foci
side drawers, locks, keys, Arc. three quarter cab
inet style, H". Machines with enclosed table,
side drawers, paneled folding doors, locks and
keys, full cnbiuet style, $7o.
Tables are of various styles, materials, mount
iutrs, richness of design, Arc, according to price.
Maehines carefully selected, securely packed
and shipjied as fieiyht to any part of the world.
Sale delivery nsured on receipt of price without
further ehai ires. Icseriptive books with illus
trated cn'ravimrs of the different styles of ma
chines and attachments, laif;e profits, testimoni
als, samples of sewing, liberal inducements to
convasers. Wholesale prices, A;e. forwarded
free of (halve upm application. Exclusive
agency for large territory ir rated gratia to re
spectable, enterprisircr business men, clfr--rymen,
teachoi-s. Arc, who will introduce the extraordi
nary merits of our p-oods to the peep., of their
localitv ami supply the increasing demand.
J. Thomson, Manna & Co. I
!',? ilruatlt a y, ?!". V.
WAS ON AMD GARRIAGE
.15 A V U FACTORY !
H having intl-ensed the di
mensions of his promises, at
the old stand on the
Corner of 3Iai;i and Tliirti Street,
Oregon Viiy, Oregon,
Takes this method of informing his old pa
trons, and ns many new ones as maybe
pleased to call, that ho is now prepared,
with ample room, good materials, and t he
very best of mechanics, to build anew, re
construct, make, paint, iron and turn out
all ."omplet.e, any sort of a vehicle from a,
common Cart to a Concord Coach. Try me.
Itlucksmitliinrr, Horse or Ox Shooing
and General Jobbimr neatlv, quicklv, and
cheaply done, DA VI I J SMITH.
Main St., Oregon City.
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF
S a d d 1 e r y-1 1 a r d -wuri',
WHICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
can bo had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
warrant my goods as represented.
1,000 DEER SKINS
W A 1ST T K J ,
VLL OTHER KINDS OF HIDES. FOR
which I will pay the highes market
price in cash Iiring on your hides and get
vourcoin for them.
Saddle and Harness Maker
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, 18To-ni3.
J. P. VAUn.
GKOHOE A. IIARD1XG.
WARD & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
KEEP 'CONSTANTLY OX HAND
general assfrtrnent of
li-u and Cheniicals,
Combs and Ilrtinlifs,
SUoii Icier llracen Fancy and
1't A rlicles,
Kerosene Oil, Lamp ( lilinneys.
C;1uk, I'ntty, Ialnt, Oil.
arnislies and UyeSttifTs,
PURE UINES AND LiqUORS FOR ME
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
nFhysieians' Prescription!, carefully
com,x,anded,and all orders correct lv n .
5VP,n at aH hours of thG niht.
c.r'accounts,nURt paid monthly.
nov(tf WARD & HARDING.
Final Spltlemcnt !
In the matter of the estate of Jacob Enlc
In the County Court of Clackamas Count v,
HENRY WARREN THE ADMINIS
tratorof said estate, having filed his
exhibit for final settlement thereof, it is
Monday, the fiftli (") tlay of July,
be s"t apart for said final settlement with
the said administrator. P.v order of said
court. 1IE.VUV WARREN,
J. M. Frazeh.
County Clerk. l"ar rlv
In t he matter of the rstat-p of AIort7x Wells
In the County Court of Clackamas county,
stato of Oregon :
TICr: IS HERF.ttY CIVEX THAT IN'
-J pursuance- oX mi order nd license
made and Riven by tlie Hon. County Court
of Clackamas County, state of Oregon, at
the April term. 17-"j. thereof, I will pro
cted to sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, at the Court House door in On i;t.n
Saturday, May the . I. IS7. at
1 u'tlork, I. M.,
tho follow ing described parcel of land, sit
uated in Clackamas "ountv, Oregon, und
belon-rinfT to the estate of 'said dvct a d.
lorwit: lA-giimm.!; nt the S. K. rrr
the donation land claim of Allen Mutt;
and wife, and designated on the mi s it ml
plats in the land ottice in t trepon Citv ns
Claim No. -is, T. 3 S., lr. :5 K. and cet ton-t
11. lo.'and 2"!, running thence nrthcrlv
nlontf the east line ot said claim -IS, V
rods; thence wcst rly rods; thenco
southerly -J50 rods. ; t hence -asterI Kt roda
totheplaco of Ui-Kiimimr, containing 1 W
acres iikiw or less.
Terms of Sale. O.d l coin tole i.i.lSt
time of sale, 1 ecd at l h.-expense of pur
chaser. ALLEN MATTOON
Utai rlw Adiiiiiiistratt.r.
STATE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION.
TOKTHK PUKPOSi: OK AI TOKhINt!
JL information to lmmlgraiits mid in
tend Emigrants to Or. v.on, t-.ow in toiviu
countries nd sister stat s, and for circu
lating, such information abroad t.y this
P-oard, all persons in this siatc having;
Farms and Lands for Sale or Kent, or tl -sirous
of forming- Colonies, w ill ph ase lor
ward tothis Hoard ;o soon uh ossible de
tailed descriptions of tln-ir I arms nd
Lantls, Iiocation, Price and Terms .f Sale,
or conditions of renting': and sill persons
desirous of obtaining Agricultural or oth r
Ia borers, will please communicate dirt
with this Hoard.
Ly Instructions of t he Com mission-rs of
Immigration. WILLIAM KK1H,
5fcblni A SttitP Com'r of Immigration.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
rpiIE lTXI)EIisI;NI-:i PKOPKIETOItoK
I. tlie Livery st able on I'ift h st rei-ty (regon
City, Oregon, keeps constant ly on hand
Saddle stud Ilwy-jry Horses,
Ittt-yies, Citrriiigonnil IlarLi.
lie will also run a hack to and from tho
WiLKQIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer season, with good
horses.com potent and gent lei tin nly dri vt rs.
FARE AT LIVING SATES.
J. M. I'KA'l'.K, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 7, i7
In the Circuit Court of the StRte of Oregon
for Clackamas coiiiity.
S. L. Campbell, plaim iir,
Win. R. Campbell John II. "mp'.N,
Hector R. Cam pboll. 1 Iornee S. a niplx 11,
Ellen M. Wait ami .1. K. W ait, .ur 1.
Luellinjr and Alfred i.e.ellir.e, t lmrlts A.
I'ampbell, Antoinette Toooetl ;ii:ti l. r
heirs, siarah D. limut an.l lur heirs, mul
Orepronand Calit-rn:a i:.-' ilroatl Corpai.y
To John H. Campbell, II. otor F..( 'am pi 11.
Antoinette Toorood, S;i.i. -ili . trti.t ai.ti
Horace S. I 'a m pbe! i oi the nl-ove na n.ed
JN THE NAME K THE STATE F
. Oregon, you, and e;:ch of you arc here
by required to appear in t he Circuit Court
of tin; State of ircpm lor Claeka ma s coun
ty, on or before the l";rsf tiny oi tlie ii.?.t
term of said Court, ! -wit :
Iie till Monilayiii April, A. 1. JS7.",
and answer t he complaint of tho plaintitT
in the above entitled suit, or tor vant
thereof the plaint ill v. ill take jiuilneiit
against you for the r-li"i demanded in tho
complaint, which is lor a partition of resil
jiroperty in Clackamas county, state of
Oregon, of which the following is a brief
description : Claim Nn.sii, b-ini (art of
section 25 in T. 1 S., R. 1. E., and claim NH,
41, heiiifr parts of sect ions -! and in T.I.
S., It. 2. E., both containing (4."5 ami fcl-Kul
acres. Also Sit acres in the North West
portion tit" section ."1 in T. I s., R. . y..
Also 5 acres in section 25 In T. I S., R. 1 E.,
and in section ot, T. 1 s., K. 2 K.
This summons is publish, d in accord
ance with an order made by t he Jude ,,t
the above named Court, which order was
made at ( 'ham hers on t he -'it h da v of h-ij-ruary
A. D. 1S75. W. W. M IRELAND,
mar-iwfi A.ttoriiey f.- l'la ijit-tr.
TsTIAV (i X )I )S
CAPT. Z. C NORTON'S STORE,
NORTON, Clackamas Co., Oregon.
rpiIE UNDERSItiNED Woi'LD AN
1 nounce that he has just received t
splendid stock of
Ituots and Shi.cs, q
Crockery, I 'Ac. I 'Ac.
direct from New York. The sloclc is the
lest. and largest, ever br.ii)iht to :. sftire in
Clackamas county, and having purchasetl
it at greatly reduced prices, is able to sell
it cheaper than Koods have ever been sold
1 am under oblijrations to mv former
customers for t heir MlK-ral patronage, and
beinp able now to accommodate Iheni
lietter at less prices than ever belore, 1 ask
a continuation of their palronasre, ami so
licit the trade of nil new-comers' and those
who have not heretofore traded with me
assuring them that I can plve them as
good bargains as can bo had in the Slate.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for goods. Ciive me a call and I will guar
antee to give you sat isf.act ion.
r , n V.. C. NORTON.
Clackamas Co., Oregon, Mar. 12. IjCoU
IMPROYE YOUR POULTRY.
It cisfs no more to keep
good fowls than poor
A Osililand Poult ry
Cor. Sixth A Castro Sts,
Season of 1875.
From the largest, and best bred Fowls in
Carefully packed and warranted to carry
safely any dlsta nee. The varieties
Dark and Light P.rahma, r.uffc and Part
ridge Cochins, White I.ehorns, Houdans
anu Silver Spangh-d Ham burgs.
RIaek Spanish, White Dorkings, Oolden
l'olands, Aylesbury Diwks, and Oame.
Sebright and Mack African Pantams.
Rronze Turkeys, the finest collection on
the Pacific coast.
C7Send stamp for Illustrated circular
to !E. II. RAYLEY
Importer and DeaVr tf Choice Poultry,
liox t5t), San Francisco.
Please state what paper you saw this aii
vertisement in. febl9m3
. MRS. A. M. BRAYTON,
AS LOCATED IN ORKfiOX CITY,
and is prepared to do all kinds of
Just as good, and cheaper, than can
done in San Francisco. She also manu
factures hair, straight or tangled, into
SWITCHES, CTJELS, AND FEIZZETTS.
Nice, Fine Hair SwKclie for sale, at
from S- to.15.
A full line of Imitation fJoods at San
Those wishing work done, or to purchase
will do well to give her a call bet ore jjoin
to l'ortland. ,,
All communications by mail promptlr
All work warranted to give sat isf action,
instructions given in fancy wort.
fcilvc r card-bord tvr eale.
December lr, lS.i-6m