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Board of Delegates.
TUB AllkM.mans.-T.ih taieiueu
company U announced to jjive an enter.
this citv next .uuu-v
ven'm:,'- he press,
Will one ot tu
f .lll ..l!ll':S.
At a a called meeting of the Board of
Delegates of the Oregon CH3' Fire Dc-
REGON, JULY 30, I partmcnt, held on the iUth inst. the
following eoniiiiiinuraiioii v a. receiveu
and resolutions adopted:
To Geo. A. Harding Esq., Chief Engi
neer of the Oregon. City Jure Jtejnirt
ment, Dear Sir:
Enclosed with this I sen I you a
package containing 36 firemen 'shirts
for the benefit of the different Compa
nies you represent. Please accept
them on behalf of the Oregon t'itv
Manufacturing Company together with
their sincere thanks as a slight testi
monial of the cheerful and ' effectual
aid rendered in subduing tho tire orig
h.lVe performed, i unspanng in .i s
1J r..,..... . we apprehend that
fallowing from the
who 'utu-ud will 'hihly Pleas-
SUMMARY OF STATE NEWS.
Mr. S. N. Arrigoni, of Astoria, is
able to be about agaiu.
Haying is about over in Lane Co.
The price ranges from $7 to $9 per
John Owen has sold his farm of
l'Jd acres in Lane county, to Mr. M.
A Horrible Case of Incest.
From the Oregonian of the 24th we
leara tbe following particulars of a
most horrible case of incest in Yam
hill county, the parties to tbe re
volting crime being a man named
KeeJ and his daughter, a young lady
Neglect everything:, or anything ex- .1
cept a cough or cold. A year's Buffering,
and too often death itself, may be the re
sult of one day's iuattention to troubles of
the throat or lungs. Volumes would not
contain the mass of testimony that could
be given relating to the enres effected by
WiaiAR'i Balsam ok Wild Chebby.
Miller, of Iowa. The price paid was ! A gentleman who arrived Lere yes-
terday from the vicinity wuciu uie
2'z per acre.
iiiVint-ia Coui i.li- of a laie o.aie:
-u-'. .iAin tii line of truth
it tiie entertainment
ost charming musical
i - i t . . i : i
I t'll 111 III" . U
they do not allow
!!"' r si ci.uti.--s to overshadow the rest
r.:iinme: meir miiumik was
Oi uiv, i excel lent : Sim
1 Till in.li -- - .
f'.'V!.' ,...nii. :ilii:cs were original and
,,1 v numoious ; the Silver Orchestral
Warehouse Company advanced, on
Iriday, wueac to tsi xer bushel.
John W. Minto, of Salem, has rp-
lnating in our picker house on the at- cently been appointed Dermtv TI. S
...., r.i... i I . , w. , -w -
Kiiiwun m nit' i,-iii ml line.
Vciy respectfully vimrs,
The Salem Mills and the Farmers ' crime was committed, f urnishes the
ir.n . . , , 1
;VJ .eT:foi inance on the glas goblets
, . V.- j ij.-nj;imiii was ileligltttully
.ndertiil. T.iroughont the Ion-r-rainnie
there as not a part but which
r'.L-ived lieartv applause, atid several
were given two encores with a will.
T ie hells nave a pure, sw eet tone, ana
when all the chords are struck upon
t leui the harmonv is delightful. In
t ,e hands of the Allegiianians the vym
iuioiiV is entrancing. Hut above all,
u e performance of Mr. lJ.-iijamm takes
precedence, to our mind, more trom
tlU. x nirce from whence he brings the
musical sounds, and their unsurpassed
t irity of tone, than tlie skill necessary
to "e ilispl.ved. We doubt not the
d duent . raciice rctpiired lor sounding
tlie oVlls or horni so skillfully has been
l.r greater; but that a few common
writer -d.isses stiould Oe so manipulated
as to -ivo forth such dulcet sounus
B ems alin-.st isnpos-il-le, except to
t io.-e " ho have heard the tact demon
. riitL-d. The sin-ing of the ladies and
..,.,.,i..nii.ii i '-ood-.thev have lair voio-
wiiich liave been well trained, and
trifir solos, duets and tjuartcltes were
o . i rr,',;il,h- I'-.iture of the programme.
rsiufcollin is tirst rate in his line of
Miitrj :-imI comic del i neat ions, and at
ap.iearance iliv.v forth boisterous
l , i r'.tci-. Tu-j last tini'. he was called
, it lu-i.-i' :mil then escaped only by
in-it little i use. Wo are assured that
th rse talented pcoi.le w ill besuccessful
w.ierever thev vco in this country, as
tnev only have to be heard to ue liked
WilKltKAS, On the 21st day of July
mst. the Oreuon Citv lanufacturing
iVtmpany Uil through their t'resiilent,
.Mr. Jacoiis donate to
this citv. three dozen firemen
a testimonial oi wii ii str ices in ine
late conflagration u;m)1i saiil company's
pri'liuscs, iiififnui; of it
Jtesoivcti, liiat ine r ire nepniuiient
of Oregon City, do hereby accept anil
return their sincere llianks to saut
Com oanv for their generous donation.
W . 1j. IIITK,
A. C. Uailkv,
The u kst oiiore. e are m re
ceipt of a handsome eight-page illus
trated paper vith the above title, pul-
tishctl at l'orti.ititi, iy it. Miimei,
monthly, at Si 50 per year. It is well
gotten up and we hope it may meet
with a liberal support.
Over three hundred wagons and
buggies have passed through Sheri
dan this season going to the coast.
Says the Yamhill Courier: Harvest
.iii-ii i rcsiiieiu, , -r i ,
the firemen of handsale in .emand and iscarce at
remen shirts, as from 3 1 50 to $2 per day.
The postmaster at Crow. Lane Co..
is without a key, though the oflice
has been in running order for several
The Eugeneites having raised half
the amount required $1.700 hope
to have a bridge over tho river at
that point ere a great while.
On the 17th inst.. Mr. Woods
Jackson, living near Corvallis, came
near being poisoned to death by
inhaling strychnine from wheat pre
pared for destroying squirrels. His
recovery is thought, to be doubtful.
New Flume. The Oregon City Fac
tory Company propose to build a new
Hume in place oft lie one now used, to
convey water to the lactory, in a
Maiuckts. There has been consid
erable excitement iti the wheat market
for the past week, and old wheat is ad
vanced to 1 0 ) per bushel, and hour
b'.salso aitvaiu-ed Si 0J on the barrel.
Wheat is quoted at Portland at SI !
per cental. On tiieiiith wheat declined
at Liverpool s da l I. which bad its ef
f ,-t on the San Francisco market.
J i-riilcii'ks have gone up to MS ( b' L
cm s. 1-gs are worth in our mar
ket '! cents per dozen, and butter
'JL ceuis per pound. e nave no chan
trs to not. in other articles. New hay
i . worth S per ton, delivered.
An Mini:.'. :?'::- the Supreme
C ;i: t l.it week. Messrs. 1 1. K. Cham
berlain and M. C. Athey passed a satis
f v.torv examin it ion, and both gentle
men are now .fuly authorized to ileal
0 ll law- In't'oii! In'; -o;irts T.f Oregon.
Mr. Ath -v's card appears in another
1 il linn i:i tins i-isu . We are not in
f .nu"d wheie Mr. Chambei lain pro-
t I.: . ..I . '. il
i ivs to n.in ins winotf.. v7 .......
IlfsxiCATiNd. Geo. A. Harding has
"one rusticatimr to Shoal water May
1)C virtuous George, and you'll be haj-
Wn.f. ke Ready. Tho new steamer
Konanza will be ready for the trial trip
sometime next week.
V. T. Withe and wife, of Salem,
have instituted proceedings for the
possession of property once belong
ing to tho Wilson estate. Papers
were served last Friday by Deputy
United States Marshal Minto, upon
Hon. J. H. Moores aud Mr. !N. Haas.
Buyers are offering 75 cents for
wheat at Eugene, but no one seems
inclined to sell.
Astoria will elect new city officers
on Monday August 2d. Candidates
Oi'EN'. We notice that some person
has opened Dave Smith's new black
Mrs. H. W. Johnson, of Corvallis,
was seriously injured last Sabbath
night, by falling on the steps in front
of 11. G. Simmons' residence. Her
recovery is considered doubtful. So
says the Gazette
The Eugene Guard says: Mr. R.
A. II ibersham, who is connected
with Ofii "rii-!ibr' oflifi it:irtfcil
law passed by the last Legislature for E ne ou Wednesday morning.
has been sustained by the Supreme with a party of suVvevors consisting
f',.!uf The assessment will bo made of twelve persons, starting in at
Called. Mr. Patterson gave us a
call Tuesday as he passed through town
Sustained. Judge Shattuck's de
cision in regard to the assessment
as heretofore, deducting all indebt
t.i'jui o ). a
in their profession.
I.!.i::.rt bisr.--T;ie following is a
li ,t of tho b -tteis rem ibiing in the
J.;- il O.-egon v ity.JUiy ., is :
Aulr-.v 1.-.: i'.ee-ion Joel; lirooks
i:ii i A..; t'a'iiil .1-1 is; ("Ink (Jabie
M;-; : l :i i:m:i Jeimi-- M iss ; 1 iv:s
M i:d M .--s. : il :::.'! ins Il-iu-ry ; llan-
ii ui M trv !. M :s : i) w
Jo'. i S : 1 : .bite's A
lb." irv ; M :.';t . lai. s.
If - ill I t' r, plea-esay when adver-
.1. M. I'.ai on, 1". -M .
Hi li d .)
F. ; ii:ii.mii
Ii;::.--.m:-. i .
of 1 1 iriii.ig's mill
1 it K.i 1 i v eve
w is thro.v a from
b f ir au I t'l
h; i! .vi
K re'.iein, proprietor
, Ai. -.l at his re-i'ienee
iii:i M Kv-iclieni
CxETTIXO AFTEIt THE TillEVES. A
Xew Orleans dispatch of the 2ith
says that the Attorney General to
day filed information against Ciias.
Clinton, auditor; A. Dubalet, treas
urer; P. G. Desmond, Secretary of
State and Charles W. Lowell, speak
er of the House, all members of the
funding board l'.i ltl, charging
them with misdemeanor in oflice for
funding lire warrants drawn by the j bar took placo in the Supreme Court
this point the party will survey the
channel of the stream to Oregon City.
The intention is to very thoroughly
examine the channel so as to judi
ciously expend the amount of the
appropriation in the improvement of
the river. Mr. Habersham will h .ve
charge of surveying the river.
The entire stock of Willamette
Woolen Manufacturing Company, of
.Salem, has been purchased by Messrs.
John F Miller and W. C. Griswold,
who will immediately start the fac
A meeting of the members of the
following additional particulars:
Reed, the unnatural and inhuman
father, resides on the North Yamhill
some distance from Lafayette. He
is the father of two daughters, the
oldest of whom is 19 years of age.
During the absence a few days ago
ot all the members of the family
with the exception of Reed and the
oldest daushter. the father made
improper advances toward the girl.
His infamous proposals were indig
nantly repelled by the daughter.
Failing to accomplish his incestuous
designs by gentle means, he invoked
the authority of a parent. She
defied his authority and refused to
obey, when the father drew a pistol
and threatened to shoot her dead un
less she s-jbinitted to- his wishes.
Rather than lose that which is dearer
to her than life, the resolute girl
told him to shoot, saying she would
die before submitting to such a re
volting and unnatural crime. How
ever tho licentious wretch did not
fire when baffled by his daughter,
but desisted from further efforts.
Soon after tho eldest ianghter dis
covered beyond doubt that her fa
ther was maintaining criminal rela
tions with her youngest sister, and
made complaint to the neighbors.
A. partial investigation as to the truth
of the oldest daughter's charges,-
proved beyond question that Reed
had been committing incest with the
second daughter for a long time
ever since she was 13 years of age.
A complaint was lodged against
Rsed without delay, and he .was ar
rested. A preliminary examination
was had of the case and the defend
ant held to answer before the next
grand jury for the crime of in
cest, in the sum of 2,000. Reed at
last accounts was unable to furnish
the required bonds, and was lying
in jail at Lafayette. Great indigna
tion is felt and expressed by the peo-
ole in that section of the country
over the afiair, and onr informant
states that had our neigbors got bold
of the incestuous villain before he
was placed in jail, they would un
doubtedly have dealt with him us
Ins crime deserved.
Incurables Iletre. bo not despair
because your physician shakes his head
Professional opinions arj not infallible
and thev ar-j never wider of the marU than
when tliev pronounce Chronic Disjepsia
an incurable malady. To mitigate Us
pang?, the faculty usually prescribe air, ex
ereisv, and brandy. The tirst two are God's
medicines ; tho last is a satantc poison.
The only medicine needed in Dyspepsia
and Us concomitants is IR. 3. Walker's
California Vinegar liirrF.RS, the yr.-at
vegetable tonic of the ae.
Important. Endorsed by the Medical
profession, flit. VM. IIAUIAS BAUSAM
KuKTIIK bUNGS curs i otijrhs. Colds and
Consul i.tion, and all disorders of the
Throat and Cfvst. 1Mb TOW LEY'S
TOOTHACHE ANODYNE cures in one
ATTOKNEY AND COlNSELOR-AT-LttY,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Special attention trivn to loaning Mnncr.
Office Front room in Enterprise build
MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, IS75.
A GREAT MUSICAL TREAT.
SWISS BELL RINGERS !
Will appear in this city as above.
!i.r.-e:ih' iit ten days
inj is i'-s reeeived ea l -' '
if - v. n nit ii.IV year!
1 1 id I viven a f.miny
t I '.I is I i
ui I ill my
ii d .alii. ll was a
reeled by idl who
Ku .r.ri v l w..--Mrs. Willis' son,
v!i h is oven o,;iite siek at Alhany,
w.. lu-o'.i d-iwii 'i T H'.s lay's train
a-i 1 i-t n: w setting a!o l . 'I'liie n'u-ely.
irn .si-.ter, M. s. N.;.v ,iitii, who went to
A! '.ui ' ! take rare :' oi:n, h.i- heen
t i-i 'ii d wn with Uie s.imi : iVv-r. Im'
w h- ir.i that s.k,; Ii is si. far recovered
us to !-) able t' e oiie honi".
vs-;;u: l'.v i: : i i: - -'i :te a mini-
have none to rue
v.irioii-i sii:n::u'r n .sorts within the past
d v weeks. L ist wc-.-k. Jn l..re Canicld
an 1 A-iTj w.'in lo A:ria: arivl on Mon
ti iv M-. M -I irii n and wi;' and Mrs.
J .'i'i V. M ! If l n and oihers took
ta ir il.'.t irtare for the same locality.
W e ii , tnj.y in ly all have a il.-as.inf
auditor, amounting to 133,000 and
roii!iestin;r an illeil and invalid
elaim against tlio State. The bail
was fixed at 10,000 each. The At
torney-Genera also liled in tho first
district court, information apraiust
treasurer E. F. Herwig, containinj
two counts; 1st obtaining money on
false pretences, by issuing vouchees
while chairman of the Senate com
mitter of contingent expenses, for
frau.lulent claim-, and obtaining
vvarrants from the auditor by coii-m-senting
tlie said fraudulent claims
wer ju.st and le;jal, tiie warianis
heinrj endorsed by pi t-tended payees,
md by E. F. Hei wi: 21 count, ob
taining tnone3r under false preten
ces in issuing while chairman of the
S-nate committee, ficticious vouch
ers, knowing at the time there were
no su -h persons as the pretended
hvMieiieiai ies. anil no such claims or
demands as represented in the vouch
ers existed at the time. I dl 3,000.
room last Wednesday morning. Hon.
ll. P. Boise was uppointcd chairman
md iIr. ISaker, of I. moil county.
secretary. On motion, Hons. 11. S
Strahan, W. W. Upton and J. F.
atson wero appointed a committee
to draft suitable resolutions "In Mi-
Tioiiam" of tlie late Geo. A. LaDow
The same committee was appointed
to present the same in open court for
One dollar was offered for wheat at
Wheatland, on Wednesday
"Rev." Hammond Again.
Thy I r. If you want to see an editor
ol" a paocr get no mad, put a bell on
your cow an. I letsher st:ind in front of
his bvv.l-rooni early in the jiioi-uimr to
k.-.'jl !;ll I'ni'.ll goill to Sl.rep. 'riiis
v.s jr.t.--i i-eii on one I ist Wi'diiesJay.
It '.ill t.iv; de.-iied eiV-ct. What has
bccoiii-J of the cw-i.ell oidinanee ?
Acci:kv rs. Mr. Moss horses took
n. n ti !i to run away last Situr
d.iv mii 1 in uli' a general suvisSi up. On
M .n.l iv. Henry IT ml in
t ii l. ; it a i 1 1 1 c x i : v s.
. -. ... . v- ... 1
il o ill W Ig :i, t:ie nore ran mi iin-.i
in id ! wo
rk for the w.iom maker.
llenrv Irid liis ankle sprained but i-
all l ight ag lin.
Nk-.v Hi: rcitKii Shop. 'e learn that
Messrs. W.irs'nni it Kinisby have
1-ied t!e lower story of the Old Fel
1 i.vs haildi'ig, an 1 will shortly open a
l iitc'ier s!i ;) iti the .same. It is also
reported that Myers, Ureenmm and
J ieksoii pro;i.se to g into the s'lllie
hu-i-ie is, ' bui thU report lacks coiiiir
Com plim en i'aky. Vc are in receipt
of a eoinplimcntary ticket to attend the
1 anniversary of Willamette Eriirine
I'oMipuiv Co. "at 1'ortl in I next Tues
d iv evening. A grand time w ill be
h id on the oecaion.
Pi.Kvs.vNr IVvurv. A pleasant sur
prise party took place at the library
'room 1 it Monday evening, in honor
t:' Mr. J. lines Chase's birthday. There
was a large nninlier present and a gen
eral good tim-j was had.
I)itrf.-o DiRKcrouY. We are in
receipt of L. Siniuel's Tortl-md Direc
tor v for ls7. It is well trot ten up, full
"t illustrations and valuable informa
tion. It is a book that should bo in
every store or oiliee in the State.
M ee rtNo. Clackamas county coun
cil meets on the fourth Friday of each
month :it 11 o'clock a. m. Place of
meetinr ;lr J. Trullinger's mill, near
the center of the county.
I. saves. M aster George IaRocque
took his departure yesterday for Santa
'l-ira. California, where he goes to at
nEPAiniNo. The C. S. S. Company
re repairing the wall and walk along
tno basin m Caneniah. A thing long
Thanks. Mr. Charles Albright has
"r thanks for a basket full of excel
Prospecting.--A number ofourcit-
ins are still out in the mountains
Wasjiinotox, July 21. The Presi
dent lias selected Senator Morrill,
t.f .Ma'i!ie; Senator Howe. f Wiscon
sin; utid Hon. Wayne MoVergh, of
Pennsylvania, as additional commis
sioners to investigate the alleged In
A Washington special says Senator
Cole, of California, who has been at
Washington attending to bnsiness
before the Geneva court, is said to
be an aspirant for position in the
Cabinet in case of Delano's removal.
The Secretary of the Treasury was
officially informed to-day of tue in
dictment of Chief Clerk Avery, and
will relieve him from duty tlfTs after
noon. His successor is not desig
Washixgtox. July 2-3. The post
office department sent to the depart
ment of justice the names of nine
mail contractors to be prosecuted for
failing to perform the service after
their bids we e Accepted. They will
be sued for tlie difference bet.veen
their bids ami the amount paid by
the Government after recontracting,
which, on tiie 30 routes for one year,
amounted to 117,000. Tiie depart
ment will also bringcivil suits against
the contractors fordamagessustained
by the Government in providing
temporary service after their failure
to fulfill their contracts. The routes
were subsequently let for four years,
and should the Government recover
the above amounts, suits will be
commenced to recover losses for the
remaining three years.
Washington, July 22. The re
moval of District Attorney Fisher is
merely a matter of time. It takes
place on the return of his successor,
ex-Gov. Wells. He sought an inter
view last night with the President,
but did not see him. The Star says
among the numerous charges against
Fisher is one that he conducted ne
gotiations for the government in the
transfer of property necesssry for
the extension of the capitol grounds
with losses almost inexcusable. It
is charged by property holders that
Fisher, although a United States of
ficer aud acting for the government
as purchaser, made them pay for his
services in making a deed iu prices
ranging from 20 to 300 each.
New York, July 23. Secretary
Fish lias informed Mayor Wickman
that a gang of counterfeiters, with
headquarters at Barcelona, are pre
paring to issue in this city 813,000
000 of counterfeit notes of th bank
of England and bank of France.
The year will witness tho erection
no less than five, churches in Al
bany, to-wit: Baptist, Southern Meth
odist. Hvangeiical, Episcopal ana
Catholic. These, added to those al
ready erected, make nine in all.
Howell Prairie Gran " of Marion
county, elected on the 10th, the fol
lowing delegates to tho State Grange
convention: John Downing. Willis
Duuegan and Win. Sappinglield.
A little son of Gideon Davidson,
of Salem, aged 11 years, was drowned
at the foot of the W. II. T. Company's
wharf on tho 20th inst., while in
swimming with other boys of about
the same age. His bodv is not vet
A destructive fire occurred at the
town of Weston, Umatilla county,
last Thursday. A large part of the
town was destroyed.
Dr. Bunnel left Iloseburg last
week en route for S m Francisco to
purchase machinery for the Nonpa
reil cinnabar mines. This looks like
business. About 10.000 will be ex
pended, and the owners are confident
that they have the best thing in Ore
gon. The locust trees in Oakland, Doug
las county, are in full bloom for the
second time this season.
Jackson county lias warrants out
standing to the amount of G.5S7 G2,
and has 071 90 cash on hand.
Wasco county owes now only
2.0S8 90, having rer.uced her in
debtedness considerable during the
A number of wheat fields on
French Prairie, M .rion county, are
"white unto the harvest." Reapers
will start in on them this week.
Tho Jacksonville Ttmes mentions
the death of E Imund B. .Magruder,
an old and much beloved resident of
The steamer East port, running be-
twppn San rrancisco ami Empire
Citv was wrecked on the 27th, at 2
o'clock a. M.. near 1'otnt Arena
Mrs. John Armstrong and two of her
children. of Randolph, were cirowneu
in consequence of upsetting the surf
Editoii Entethise: From Albany
and Salem, we learn that tho af re-
said Ilev. gentlemen lets no oppor
tunity pass to vent his slime and
abuse against the people of this place
and is so presumptuous as to call
tho complimentary notices we gave
of his excursions and meetings here,
persecution. On tlie evening of the
21st, at Salem ho gave nearly his
whole time to recounting his won
derful exploits, and closed by com
paring himself "to the moon" and
the "country newspapers" to the
little dog that barked at it. By
country newspapers we suppose
he means such papers as the New
York San, San Francisco Call, Salem
Statesman and the Exteiut.ise. Now
we think, with all his spleen, Ham
mond is really proud of being uotic
ed, as they servo to give him no
toriety, which seems to us to bo his
chief end and aim.
I send you herewith a list of seven
names of new subscribers to onset
vny who may have discontinued the
paper through sympathy with Mr.
lammond. You will fiud names and
iddress on enclosed slip. Let us
lave "free speech, a free press" and
we shall have a "free people."
THE - QPIIIff
Is your time to buy goods at low rrices.
are now receiving a large stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Ml of the Latest Styles, wh h will sell
AT LESS THAN FORLAKD PRICES.
Our stock has been bought for ensh, ant
we will sell it at a smalfadvance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
" f 7"E WILL SAY TO EVERYBODY DE
ti fore you purchase r ko to Portland,
come and j riCi our goods and convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists In part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Ladles and Gent
Notions, GrGt .
and a great many other articles too numer
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
M SR CHA ND I SB.
& to. m. m
E m a 3 Ok.
Grand Augmentation of th Alleghan-
ians, Vocn lists ami wiss lien iting'-rs
witli I-adies" and Gents'
SILVE R I S A 1ST U.
The Alleghanirins Quart f-tf P.O. uintc-lle and
Spxtello will appear as uuove.
The NT. V. Tribune says: "They are the
best. Everybody should s e them.
The Alleiihanians presrnt free to evry
lady and gi-ntlfman on entering the Hall
with a .Musical I'rograinme umcn is luny
worth the tric of admission, and is a new
feat ur? in thf ir "oncerf .
lioors open at " ; Concert to commence at
Admission, 75 cnl s ; Rs-Tved seats f I 00
Tick ts tor sal- at the Postofllc-.
HAKKY Ii. I.KSME, Agent.
P. G. WALDI'.ON. Manager.
Wc will also pay the Highest Market
Oregon Citj-. April D, lb75 tf
Books and Stationery.
OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Str. E. jST. COOKE,
Will lcttvo OREGON" CITY for PORTLAND
every dav Exceit Sunday, at o'clock.
A. M. KAturmnr, win leave 1'ortiana ior
Oregon City at 23$ o'clock, 1. M.
Will leave OREGON PITY for CORVALLIS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Will lavp OnF.GON CITY for Ml'MIN'N-
Vir i F LAFAYETTE and HaY'JO.V. and
all points between, every Monday, Wed
nesday and Eridav of each week. Leaves
the Pasin at 8 o'clock, a. m., and connect
with the train at tancinali at .t, a. m
T enves OREGON CITY for HARRISBtTRG
and El'GEN E and all intermediate points
Bottled Illisx. It is iwi'Tossibl" to con
ceive of a more r.?f resiling draught than is
Tamiit's Eff rvs??!!! S-ltzrr Ap.'ri?n!.
which combines the advantas of a luxu
ry wit h t hos- of the purest, safest and most.
K--ni--il alterative' and tonic ovr adminis
ter -d as a cure for dyspepsia and bilious
SOI-D 1JY ALT DRVGGISTS.
Serious Chakges. The Evening
Journal lias for tlie past week been
i,:rr can'nii'5 oharcres against Tos-
llJIVUo -' v ' -" " '
tal "-ent Underwooil ami bi3 Depu
tv Thos. Cox. The U. S. Grand
Jury took notice of the matter, but
failed to find any indictment, ana
Aff Tt "R. Thompson, foreman of
the iurv. publishes a card in which
be states that there was no ground
for the accusations. The most Beri
ous part of the cbarges are against
Mr. Cox, and as -wo have known him
for a loner time, and never before
beard bis integrity questioned, we
trust there are no grounds for the
serious charges brougbt against bim
1 bv the Journal.
Tho wool clip for Curry county
this year 13 unusually large. Not
withstanding there lias been, some
disease among sheep, thev are mostly
in a healthy condition. The wool is
heing shipped to San Francisco.
In th Circuit Court of th-? Mato of Oregon
for tli ount v oi Clackamas :
ELIZA PAR-SONS, VltT, 1
ALONZO I'ARSONP, TWI.. )
Ti .Monro Prisons, said defendant :
IN TIIE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Orsron : Von nn h"r"by rquird to
appear and answer the com.!-iint filed
against you in the a novo entitled suit, by
the first day of the tnr;n of said t'ourt fol
lowing the expiration of six weeks from
the first publication o'.'this summons ; said
first publication b'-in on t h: 2:id Oay of
July, 1S75; and if you fail to ans .ver said
conn laint, tho plaintiff will ai ply to the
Court for ilie r li f demand-id th'-rein,
which is for a dissolutio:i of th marriage
contract existing between plaintiff and
defendant hr-in.and for the custody of
the minor cliildren.
Uy order or Hon, E. P. shattuek. Judge
of .:i id Court; dated July 11th, 1S7.
Ij. t. HAKIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Front Str::t, Corner B, PORTLAND, OCX.
J AFES DOLAN,
riie Public Confidence Well Placed.
Although the world has been seeking
specifics for di.sea.se many centuries, few
indeed have been found. Prominent
anions: these few is Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters, which years ago received the
endorsement of the medical profession,
md was hailed by press and public as
the great renovant and preventive of
theatre. And with Rood reason, since
to the weakened stomach it gives
strength, to the torpid liver activity, to
the disordered bowels regularity, and
to the shaken nervous system hrmness
and tone. Under its iiemgnani influ
ence healthful vigor returns to the de
bilitated and wasted frame, the flaccid
muscles become compact, tlie wan as
pect of ill health is replaced by a look
of cheerfulness, the mind ceases to des
pond, and flesh is developed upon the
attenuated frame. There is no exag
geration in this statement. It is as Irue
as that the system is subject to disease.
Were proofs required to substantiate
the reality of tlieeoniprehen,iveelfeets
of tlie Hitters, there is probably not in
eitence a medicine in favor ot which
such a mass of concurrent testimony,
from the most resectable sources,
could be adduced. Hut the efficacy of
the nation's alterative and invigorant
has been a matter of universal knowl
edge too long to need anv such corrob
oration. The fact that it has its largest
sales in those jortionsof the North and
South American Continent, Mexico,
and the West Indies, in which atmos
pheric influences prejudicial to health
exists, proves what confidence is felt in
its remedial and protective virtues. In
localities where fevers of an intermit
tent type prevail, especially, it has
come to be regarded as an indispensa
T.oard and Lodging per week 00
Hoard - !?
Sinirle Meals l
f .rwi "-i n P-
kV"i 'onvevance to the nous:; trje of charge
May I'li, 'l 873 :tf
Rev. Georgo II. Atkinson will hold
regular sorviees in the Congregational
Church, in this city, on the hrst ancl
second Sibbaths of each month. Mo ru
in." services at 10 o'clock. On the
first Sabtath at Holmes' School House
at 3 o'clock. P. M. -
7-The National oAWAfl't
M 10 Bradlev A. Rulofson fpr the beat
Pnotographs In the United States, and the
VtSwiMedal for the best tn the world.
129 Montgomery Street. Sa Francisco.
The best way to
during the hot weather Is to goto
C O 1ST F ECTIOXERY,
Main Street, Oregon City,
and partake of some of his DELICIOUS
IGB - CREAM
Ice-O":! m dliverd to any part of th
citv FREE OK C1IAHGE, and mad to
Str. Fannie Fatten,
Leaves ORF.GOX CITY for ALPANY and
all intermediate points Ix-twrfn tivicoev
erv week. J. I. FUI.F.s, Agent.
Oregon City.Fcbraary, 111. S71.
I will pay the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE
I will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
CASIT OJ2 ITS EQ UIVALEXT
n Good Merchantable Producc.J
t am selling very low for
CASH IN I2A'i.
J. P. WARD,
GEORGE A. HARDING.
DilUGGtSTS AfiD AFOTJiECArilES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
general assortment of
Drus and Chemical!?,
toiulii a.ntl Uriralies,,
SUoiildei- Braces I'am y and
Kerosene Oil, Lamji Cliimneye,
Glass, Putty, I'jiiiits, Oil,
Varuidies nnd UjeSluffs,
FI RE MIXES AM) LIQUORS FCR ME
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
S-piivsieians1 Prescriptions cnrofully
comiMiunded. and all orders correctly au-
nrOVn at all hours of the night.
BVA 11 accounts must be pn id monthly.
novctf WARD i HARDING.
On the McKinzie River. Lano Co., Oregon.
A CHARMING SIMMER RESORT.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
miiESF srnixus art: located
JL about filtv-fivc mils east, of Kuene
Citv, and within four mils of the eoh brat
ed I'.ir Prairie of the McKinzi. Thevars
within a few hundred yards of Horse ("reck
oneot thp most famous trout str-amsin
Or.-piii. I.;-r and elk are very plenty near
those Springs, having boon tho rosort for
aes of these-animals. The jrrandoRt and
most 1 icturesque seenory of tlie North Pa
cific. I have tho host buildings and the
host accommodations of any Sj rings 4n
this part of the Stato. My bath house is
new, and is constructed with reference to
tha wants of those visiting in" from tho
valley. I also have an excellent vapor
bath room constructed near the head of
the Spring, and in all things, I ropose to
koopup with the demand lor an institu
tion of this kind.
An experienced physician in attendance
at all times. Hoard and Ixlging in good
style for those who j refer it. Animals can
be pastured for small cost, and bo perfect
ly sale. A. N. FOLEY,
may 6. If Iroirietor.
THE UNDERPINNED PROPRIETOR OF
tho IJverv .Stable on Fifth street .Oregon
City, Oregon," keeps constantly on hand
Saddle and Buffrj- nors,
Baggies. Carrlngesand Hacks.
He will also run a hack to and from the
WILHOIT SODA SPRINGS
during the summer sason, with rood
horses.competent and gentlemanly drivers
FAEE AT LIVING BATES.'
J. M. FRAZER, Proprietor.
Oregon City, May 27. 1873.
NOT All Y' PUBLIC.
CAPT. Z. C NORTON'S STORE,
NORTON, Clackamas Co., Oregon.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED 'WOULD AN
J nounce that he has just received a
splendid stock or
Hoots and Shoes,
Crockery, Etc. Etc.
direct from New York. Tlie stock is the
best, and largest ever brought to a store in
Clackamas county, and having purchas"d
it at greativ roduced prices, is able to sen
it cheaper than goods have ever been sola
I ani under obligations to my rornv-r
customers for their liberal patron hr ", and
being abh nn tn acn -
r at less prices inan vr. . . -
a continuation 01 tneir P """" ' .rp
licit the trade of all new-c-rs and those
CASn PAID FOB COl'MY CECERS.
Give mo a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City. March 21. 1S73.
TOt7LD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Oregon City and vicinity that he is
prepared to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CED LUM5E3,
Of every description, at lo.v rates.
Dry Flooring; C'eilinjr, Rustic,
Spruce, (for shelving). Lattico,
Pickets, ami Fence-Post, Cedar.
Constantly on hanit'.
street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest notic at as low a rates aa
it can be purchased in the tetate.
Give me a call at tne m
OR EGO -V CITY !A W MILLS.
Oregon City, June 13, 1S76 :tf
JOHN SCHR AM,
3I.iin St., Oregon City.
jIAM'FACTUSER AND DirCRTER CF
WHICH HE OFFERS AS CHEAP AS
T T can be had In the State, at
WHOLESALE 0?. RETAIL.
warrant my goods as represeuted.
1.000 DEER SKINS
VLL OTHER KINDS 1)F HIDES. FOR
which I will pay tne highes market
price in cask Kring on your hides and get
your coin for them.
s JOHN PCIIRAM
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, 1873-mS.
better at less prices than ever before I ask
"t'iV'r KfArB traded With me.
assuringhem thkt I can glv- thm
go.l bargains as can be l,d in the St..
All kinds or Produce taken in -xchan,0
for gods Give me a call and I will guar
Clackamas Co.. Oregon. Mar. 12, 187o,
SAW AND PLAINING MILL
LL KINDS OF
Saalt, Blinds, Doora,
Vindoir Fraiaen IHonlding:,
Flooring, Ceilingr, Slnrtinsr & Ruvtie
Will Duild all classes of Buildings.
Designs, Specifications, Eill of Material
Made" K. .T. COLHATH.
Oregon City. May 11, 1&75 .If
fOTICE IS HER FRY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned ha Wn pointed
administrator of t h" estate of I 'avid Smith,
d'MS'd, by t he Hoi. County Court of
(Tacka mas county, St.at-of rpon There
for all rersons knowing th-mslves in
debted to said estate are notified to make
lmmeliate payment tome, and save them
selves costs. Thrs having claims agplnst
said esat will r resnt them to me within
six months from this date, with proper
vouchers. F. O. McCOW Nv
AdmlDiKtrafTof the estate of
David Smith, deceased,
Oregon City, July 15, 1S75.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,