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OKI-GIN' CITV. 0REC0.. SEPT. ia.
CESS'S KKTUKNS OF
.. -vtv. -The ' County is
i --j) (XW exclusive of lmloLtcunc-ss.
nt lius IS saw mills, 7 flouring mills,
f" .;'.,.,!., factory, 1 carding machine,
itil 1 woolen m
. 1 ,4 15
T"Ul nunioer in
T.tafaTfs under cultivation..
Vu.uber of legal voters
Hl--s -1 'ot voters
1") " ?--
Females H an J upward
Kein:les uivler IS
Thrown fiio a Hoksi:. A youiij;
man naiii-'l John J. residing about
eight miles from this place, had his leg
i l,v belli'' throwufroinahor.se
that he had
Ueeu'ukin- lessons in breaking horses
from Prof? Hoekwcll ami concluding
1. '. .... l.w .iiiim:il under complete
control, attempted to ride it without a
bridle, but simply with a halter. As
,0011 as lie had mounted, the horse
xUrtod on a run, find Air. Jones, think
ing that he could with safety jump olr,
did so, and as he came down, he broke
his leg short off between the knee and
f,,.t. "Dr. Hover was called to set the
limb, and at last accounts he was doing
well. Prof, Rockwell's plan in this
case ws not a success.
l'uKTLAM'tiw Nippkd. On Tuesday
last, two young men named William
Smith and Frank Keilly, hired a team
atj'ortland for a drive to the- White
Ifome. Things being a little too tame
in that locality to satisfy these festive
voiiths, they turned their horses' heads
toward Oregon City. That same even
ing they were arrested by our City
.Marshal on a charge of grand larceny,
preferred by tho owner of the team,
on Wednesday morning thev paid all
charges and were released, tlio charge
of grand larceny not being made out.
Sap Affliction. George E., 3011 ng
Hoii of Capt. (Jeorgo A. Pease, died at
Portland last Tuesday. Tho 'remains
were brought to this city for burial.
Bil l the funeral services were held in
the I'.-iptUt Church on Wednesday.
Rev. Mr. Elliot, of Pordand otUciating.
Ocrge was nearly two years old, and
a promising child. The. parents have
the sviiilliv of their many friends in
their sad atUtction.
tfjAUTKRi.Y Mektinh. Tho first
quarterly meeting for Oregon City
charge, for tho conference 3-ear ls75 G,
will Ihj held in the M. K. Church in
this eitv on next Saturday an J Sabbath
K' V. I. M. Starr presiding. There will
be preaching 011 Saturday at z r. M
conference at .'l, and preaching in the
evening. On .Sabbath morning, a Eove
f at ill be held at i:.'!o, .reaching at
M:.n. ani union .service 111 the evening
Ci.krh-ai. Chanoks. Tho Rev. G. 15.
Van Ein formerly pastor of tho Church
of the Sacred I Icart in this city has Ieen
transferred to St. Mary's Church and
niNi-.n at Corvallis. Father I. F.
liil.iu-y who succeeds him,., comes
among us with an envi iblo reputation
for making and keeping friends, and is
sat' I in he mi" of the most eloquent ora
tors in the Sut-iety of Jesus. -
Uvi: Dkkr Less. A party of live left
this ity for a day's shooting last week
and succeeded' ia "ba-'ging" a very
line l--er. Thy report, another one
briiiir driven to the river, which in all
probability would have found its way
to Oregon City in a ttead state had
not k surveying nartv cuins between
ini'iii Ihc gani. Is there no
I prevent urvcyi:ig op. Sunday ?
r. rs. Eg.tl t,
elli:g, Wheat at Portland
:-i ipi.e,l at $L sf per cental. It has
iiei!,ed t o y"i cents at our mills, and
owing to tho pressuro in the money
in uivt and lack of storage, there is no
pro!, li.ility of its advancing. Other
n l;ire reuiaina at our former unot.-i-
What Can hk Donk. Mr. A. J.
t"ii:, living eight miles oa.st of this
pluee, raixiil -SH) bushe's of wheat on
five acres of ground this year. This
was il. no on cleared timbered land,
and tiiiows that when a person has one
our hill lands cultivated ho has a
firm of extraordinary productiveness.
State Fair. We acknowledge the
rereip: of a complimentary ticket to
the Slate Pair of IS75, which commences
on th. 11th of next month. The reduc
tion of f:lro oll tho railroads and the
improvements oft he fairgrounds which
linvo he. n made, cannot fail this year
to u.jke th3 Fair a grand success.
" A N I So M F. II A V F. G it K AT N F.ss Til UL'ST
Fcon Tn km." PhiL Sheridan and
party passed through this eitv on
Wednesday morning, en route for the
Grande Ronde reservation. In that
locality Philip is said to own some
!,:;) acres ot land, to say nothing of
snverai 1111m an, well! we tl forgive
you, iui iook out ior your scalp.
ijaitis.ms. ijiisi .unuay evening.
the Rev. John . Sell wood, assisted
by his venerable father, baptized
11110 inn ipiscopai 1 iiurcii two voting
l.idies tf this city. Thero was a large
congregation in 'attendance, and a most
excellent sermon was preached oil the
Miibject of baptism. 0
SriiK Dkatii. Mr. Sprague, but
three months from the State of Iowa,
died at Damascus, on Tuesday, the 31st
Hit., or cholera morbus. He coes to
grave sincerely recretted bv all
who knew him. He leaves a wife and
three children to mourn his untimely
Ci m ti.im kntaky, We have received
a complimentary ticket to the fair
grounds of the Washington County
Agricultural Society. The Fair of this
society continences on Monday, the
-jwi inst., and continues lour
1 he premium list is most liberal
Cn NTY Coi KT. The County Court
hns been in session during the week,
and did not adjourn in time for us to
ret the proceedings for this issue. They
! ve made the tax lew for 175, which
n as fellows: State, tiS" mills; school, 3
"nils; county, y-, mills; total, l'J mills.
"fio Tnoc and Do Likkwisk." -Mr.
I'u ks, seventy-live years of ago, on
Wednesday last, walked ten miles to
Py Lis subscription at this office. This
ls the stud" our old Democrats are
:tiM).A silver watch was found
a this eitv-, which the owner can have
at this ofho and proving
1 on Sai.k. Mr. J. H. Moore adver
lles a steam engine for sale. Persons
wishing such a thing will do well to
nun a call.
l.nPRIVAT Sc,,0-'"--M!As Emma Pam
ir n has opened: private school next
to the Baptist Chur.-h.
Mr f nN Mr" JosePh Buchtcl and
Gonk East. The Executive Com
mittee of the Grand Ixnlge of Oregon,
I. O. O. F., have appointed and duly
commissioned Prof. T. II. Crawford, of
Salem. Representative to the U. J,. U.
S., I. O. O. F., which meets at Indiau-ujvoli-,
Indiana, on thft ISOtli inst. Mr.
Walling had leeii tendered the posi
tion, but owing to the severe altlictions
which had befallen Bro. Crawford re
cently, losing three of his children all
he baa he desired to take tho trip for
the benefit of his wife's health, and
I!ro. Walling generously and readily
gave way to him. This was a worthy
acton h'is part and shows the true Odd
Fellow in time of distress. We trust
that liro. Crawford will have- a pleas
ant trip and safe return.
Ilex aw a v. -O ur friend Geo. Harding
keeping in tune with the spirit of acci
dents, thought he would add a chapter
to the news of tho week, but did not
succeed to make a very good sensation
al item. As he was coming down the
bluff last Friday, the team he was
driving took fright, and wheeling
around as quick as lightning, took
up the bluff, when George jumped out
and let the team go. They got as far
as Judge Cautield's: residence, when
they struck a pile of lunilcr and
smashed up tho buggy. This ended
the run ami also the buggy. No other
Junv List. The following persons
have been drawn to serve on the jury
at the September term of the Circuit
Court, which convenes in this eitv on
the 26th inst: J. A. BarliOr, W. A. Mills,
J. M. Eibby, Jas. Wilkinson, J. Iv.
Graham, Joseph Voss, Henry Sinath
ers, E. C. Pullock, Geo. Strickler, IT.
II. Eee, II. S. C. Phelps, Asa Stone,
Amos 15abb, Raymond Dickev, C..M.
Kester, A. II. Shaffer. John Ilowland,
J no Hutton, X. X. Matlock, E. WSwaf-
ford. E. Xewkirk, J. If. Hlacker, Price
r uller, Samuel Engle, E. 11. Lewellen,
C. W. Xoblett, It. C. llawley, Frank
ltiggs, C. II. Wade, M. Patterson and
Lktteu E ist. Eetters remaining in
the Postoffi.ee, at Oregon City, Septem
ber 3d, 1S75:
Apperson J' R. ; Rarston Joseph;
Burton Alvin A.: Bates Judson C.
Coffey Bartholomew; Crawford Isaac
C ; Dumlas Richard ; Davis Mattie M rs.
Eves Samuel; Herringten Maggy Mrs.
1 1 01 leery i. W.; llollane . I. "Miss;
Johns Minnia Miss; Einn P. E. ; Moor
C. C; Potter Omer P.; Shipley A. M. ;
Smith May 'J; Thessel Olotl Wilhoit
If called for please say when "adver
tised." J. M. Bacon, 1. M.
Goon i-oit Tillamook. Mr. Raney,
of this county, brought us a sample of
oats and timothy beads raisod on the
farm of Mr. Marrs. in Tillamook coun
ty, last week. The timothy heads
measured twelvo inches, and the oats
was as tine and heavy as -e have ever
seen, going fifty -six pounds to the
bushel. This was not a specimen, but
only an average of what Tillamook
Kicked nv a Hoiisk. East Saturday
evening, while Henry, son of T. J. Mc
Carver. of this eitv, was playing in
front of his parents resilience, he went
up to a horse with a strap, when the
immal kicked linn 111 ineaeao, culling
a terrible gash. It was at lirst thought
the wound would prove fatal, but it
was only Ilesh cut. and the Ihv is get
ting along nicely and will soon be out
Lwi BiioiciCN. William Howell, of
Canemah, a boy of about sixteen years.
had his leg broken last Friday evening
He was employed in tho factory, and
111 attempting to kick tot a Kelt, was
lUigtit and thrown over tho wheel with
such force as to break his leg between
th knee amt ankle. lr. J toss was
called and set the limb.
Jkwkmiy. Mr. A Eevy informs us
that he has recently received a tine lot
of jewelry, direct from tho manufactur
ers, which he is selling at rem irkablo
low prices. He has also a line line of
gcntu clothing and everything found
111 a well-stocked store, ills prices are
reduced to the time. Give him a call
To Anitivi:. By telegram we are in
formed that I. Selling will have some
of his new fall and winter goods ready
for his customers bv the arrival of the
next steamer. anl h:vingrcachel San-
Francisco just in time when inonev
was scarce, and he having the cash to
buy with, is getting good bargains and
will be ablo to sell cheap.
Wir.r. AmiiVK. Major Charmati
new goods will arrive on the next
steamer. Our merchants are laying in
good stocks with the anticipation of a
fine trade this fall. Try them. They
are selling as cheap as can be had in
Swink. These leasts in countless
numbers, are proving to be such an an
novanco to the citizens in tho lower
mrt of town, that if the owner don'
take them in charge he will find them
in the city pound, soon.
Accidknt. Miss Xettie Eake, of Ea
gle Creek, was thrown from a runaway
horse on the 27th ult. aud had her fore
One of the riety Hill girls, on being
stung by a "yaller jacket" has since
beon singing "Oh, do take care of the
Eots of Tiikm.-Every boat from
Portland has been bringing a load of
goods for S. Ackcnnnn Uro's. for the
Xkw. Chas. Cautield's new adver
tisement will appear next week. Give
him a call in the meantime.
Taking. It is said the pin-back
style of dress takes like a thief.
Funny. The Oregonian sometimes
is as funny as stepping in mud.
Innate Power. Can "Mrs. Duni
way be called "a self made man?"
Modern Mrs. Toodles. "M'riar
what in thnnder'd yon git that fiery
red neck tie far?" "Why, John, I
wanted to have something to show
for my money." "Ilum."
Orthography. Its a pity they
didn't have "spelling bees" in the
days of Barns and Chaucer.
A Victim of the Financial Crash.
There is an Astorian so much under
the influence of impecuniosity that
he is cfraid to walk around through
fear of creating an appetite.
Ingenious. A little girl in East
Tortland wanted to mend the hole
in her stocking by cutting it out
with a pair of scissors.
Somewhat Rough. There is a ru
mor on change to the effect that
there is a girl in Salem with a com
plexion like a prairie-dog village.
Elastic. There is a seedy cus
tomer, well known among the 'craft
in Portland, who, when asked how
long he expected 'that coat of his to
last, answered: "Well I guess it'll
last about as long as sl mile.
York, Sept. 1. The pilots of
Hell Gate and Long Island Sound
gave a clam-bake at City Island yes
terday, to Congressmen and other
distinguished persons residing for
the summer on the Sound. Anions
the company was Signor Vianni
said to be of the suite of Count
Corte, the Italian minister. After
the clam-bake, while the company
enjoyed themselves making sjieeches
and singing songs, Dr. Doremus an
nounced that Signor Vianni would
give a recitation in imitation of
Ristori. Vianni took his position in
the centre of the group, his voice
clear and well controlled and his
gesticulations highly dramatic. His
limbs seemed to quiver with passion,
while the expression of his face was
startling. He finished with the ex
clamation in Italian: "God, who
judges all, will judge this." He
then took a pistol from the pocket of
his coat and placing it to his temple
fired. He fell partly on his face
perfectly motionless, and annlause
commenced, when Doremus rushed
orward and exclaimed: "He is kill
ed!" Many at first thought it a part
of the entertainment, but in lifting
the body the horrible trnth became
manifest. Vianni lived for half an
lour, but never spoke. No cause
was ascertained for the terrible act.
Chicago, Sept. 2. A Washington
special says the Indian Commission
appointed to investigate the charges
against Secretary Delano, has left
St. Louis and telegraphed the de
partment here that the members will
arrive here on the Dth of this month
for the purpose of completing the
estigatton. r rora the evidence
reported before this commission it is
evident they can by no means make
any whitewashing report of Delano.
The corruption of ihe Indian depart
ment has been too thoroughly ventil
ated to admit of that. It is believed
that the completion of the work of
this commission will force Delano to
step down and out." A strong ef
fort will bo made in the next Con
gress to get the entire bureau trans
ferred to the army as the last hope,
now that the Church has failed to
secure to the Indians justice. Affairs
have reached such a condition that
nothing but a complete change can
remedy the thousand and one crying
evils that have grown up under the
New York, Sept. 3. The Tribune
has a special from Landerville, Ga.,
yesterday. It says the trial of Cor
day Harris," a colored man, accused
of attempting to create an insurrec
tion among the negroes of the coun
ty, closed this evening with a verdict
of not guilty. The acciuital was
simply by reason of failure of the
prosecution to produce evidence of
criminal intent in any of the acts
with which the prisoner was charged.
Washington, Sept. 3. A partv of
gentlemen from V lrgima, headed by
General l itz Hugh Lee, have arrived
here and have had a conference with
leading northern residents as to the
best means to benefit the interests of
that section of Virginia which was
the chief theatre of active operations
during tho civil war. and has ever
since S'ltTered from want of imm
To-day largo numbers of deposit
ors of tho Freedmen's Saving Hank
crowded that institution, expecting
a dividend of 25 per cent., having
been misled by a statement that a
dividend would be made on tho 1st
of September. Depositors were in
formed th.it a dividend would not be
declared before Christmas, the re
maining sum of $75,000 for that pur
pose having been realized.
Chicago, Sept. 4. A Washington
special says a strong move is on foot
to have a new department for land
surveys. The merit of tho movement
consists in the fact that the new de
partment will afford a number of ad
ditional places for political pets, and
more readily subject the lauds of the
west to tho control of capitalists
Ibis piogrammo is nothing more
than the old plan of separating the
Interior department from the patent
office. The merit of the project be
comes clearly understood by a glance
at the backers of it, among whom are
Effigy, Sargent and other patriarchs
of his class.
Ann a ny, X. Y., Sept. 4. A petition
for the pardon of Edward S. Stokes,
convicted on a charge of shooting
James Fisk, has been sent to the
Keokuk, Iowa, Sept. G. Theodore
Tilton has accepted an invitation to
lecture before the Mercantile college
at Keokuk in November.
Chicago, Sept. 6. A Washington
special says thare is a prospect of in
ternational trouble with Great Brit
ain, that may need another board of
St. Paul, Sept. 7. After two days
of bright, drying and promising
weather, there was another heavy
rain storm this afternoon, with more
in prospect, which threatens to undo
nearly all that has been done by the
farmers in securing their wheat. Cor
respondence from the interior esti
mates tho damage already done to
the wheat crop of tho State at from
10 to 25 per cent. In some sections
no damage at all is reported; in oth
ers it is claimed that all the wheat,
stack or shock, is nearly or quite
ruined. Probably 10 to 15 per cent,
will cover all so far, tut the crop
will all grade No. 2 and below.
San Francisco, Sept. 7. The San
Francisco and Pacific stock exchanges
met for the transaction of private
business. It is understood that nei
ther will open for regular bnsinss
until the 3?ank of California reopens,
which will probably be about the
15th inst. The Little Board met for
business. Transactions were small,
at rates a little off from yesterday,
generally speaking. In the Pacific
exchange the resolutions Avere that
as the board could not, under its by
laws, subscribe to the guarantee fund
of the Bank of California, members
should be recommended to subscribe
in their individual capacity.
Greenbacks, 8GlA buying, 87
Erie, Sept. 7. The city is filling
up rapidly with delegates to the
Democratic State Convention, and
the friends of Senator Wallace and
Congressman Randall, leaders of the
most prominent factions, are on the
Raleigh, Sept. 7. Dr. Edward
Ransom, Democrat ie nominee for
President of the Constitutional Con
vention was elected to-day on the
14th ballot, thus securing a Demo
cratic organization of that body.
New York, Sept. 7. In the case
of the colored man in Brooklyn who
j applied foT a mandamus to compel
the board of education to admit a
son to a school set apart for white
, children, Judge Gilbert, while re
serving his decision, said that the
system of common school education
was established for the public, and
all persons had access to it. The
board had no-pOwer to exclude any.
It used to be a joke with the boys
iu San Francisco, in early days, to
tell their country acquaintances that
thero was an elegant restaurant on
Clay street, where they could get
coffee and buckwheat cakes for car
tickets. We recollect getting a
"friend from Victoria" to try this;
and all we remember now, is a large
land throwing a shadow over the
oar. iiie next day we imagineu tne
buckwheat cakes tasted of British
Columbia, but this may have been
NiiiiiOD. There . ii a "Ramrod"
iving in Astoria whom we are pre
pared to let shoot at an apple placed
upon our hand, lhe reason for
this confidence is owing to the fact
that the Astorian couldn t '- strike
within a hundred -yards of the-object.
..Electric Svaiiks, Wb .hayg.all
leard of the telegrams, " ;". (see my
coal on) and the answer ":" (coal on)
but this one from Oregon- City we
think is new. A vountr man in San
Francisco telegraphed to his uncle
here, "I have risked all my money
on 'Savage.' " The gruff Orearon
Citizen replied, "You wero an ."
Consummated. Mrs. Partington
s rejoiced to hear that the sale cf
the Salem Statesman is at last "con
The State Riaftts Democrat savs: Mr.
Moore, who lives on a newlv cleared
place lust across the Calipooia from
this city, has this year produced 2,500
bushels of wheat from 50 acres of
land. We doubt if this can be beaten
in Oregon or anywhere else at least
we challenge competition in the
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The Wingville and Baker City
Granges have agreed upon the same
prices for grain, and will lrereafter
sell at the following prices: Oats and
barley, y cents per pound;' wheat,
one dollar per bushel. North Pow
der Grange has agreed on the same
price in relation to oats and -ibarley.
&""""The National Gold Medal was a ward
en o urauiey & Kulofson for the best
Photographs in the United States, and the
Vienna Medal for the best in the world.
49 Montgomery .street, San Francisco.
At the residence of the bride's father, In
Canemah. Alienist 31st. 1S75. bv tieori'. .
Foster..!. P., Mr. William Wade and Miss
harah J-.liza Crown, all of this county.
In this county, by Klder John "Darnall,
Mr. Iafayctte May and Mrs. I, IJall,
Important Ilentilfv Plvugnntly
Although the days .of irrational me
dication aro happily passing away, and
intelligent physicians have ceased o
measure the supposed cll'iejicv of a
remedy by the violence of its effects,
there still linger among the older prac
titioners a few of those predilections in
favor of "heroic" treatment, which it
will be lucky for their patients if they
had abandoned. One of these is a fond
ness for administering drastic purga-
tiyes, such as blue pill, calomel, ialap,
and castor oil. A contrast of these ef
fects of these drenching drugs with the
mild ana ijenelieent operation ot Jios
tetter's Stomach Hitters, is tho very best
argument that can be adduced against
the wisdom of such destructive treat
nient. The old fashioned cathartics
convulse the stomach, and relax the
Ixiwels so abruptly and copiously as to
weaken them, llosletter's Hitters, on
the contrary, never gripe the intestines,
but producea laxative effect resembling
tho action of nature. At the same time
they remove the cause of constioation.
by arousing the dormant liver to secrete
the bile necessary to the resrular oer
formanee of the excretive function, and
enaoie the stomach to thoroughly di
gest the food. Indigestion and billi-
ousness Having nee n thus overcome, a
regular nabit ot bodv is the necessary
consequence, which the occasional sub
sequent use of the Hitters renders oer
manent. Every disagreeable syintom
which, 111 ine absence ot pertect diges
tion and evacuation, harrasses the svs
teni, vanishes under the inlluenceof the
great national stomachic and alterative.
Health and vigor are twin blessings
that follow its use. .
'BelioM how great a fire a little mat
ter Klndleth." A cold is often called a lit
110 manor, uui it is such little matters
that lead to consumption, disease and
death. Do not neglect a. cold, ft mav be
cured by wistak's Hals am . of Wild
Cherry, which will also cure Coughs
nroncmus, eic. ;
POND'S KXTKACT "Staple as flour
is what druggists say of Pond's Extract,
which may be relied on as the best Family
Medicine for the cure of many classes of
diseases. Send to the Pond's Extract
Company, 93 Maiden Lino, New York, for
a book, fr;e, giving its history, nd uses
and ask jour druggists for , it.whe-n you
need si. Pain Ilotrrvr "
Important. Endorsed bv the Medical
profession. DR. W'M. HALL'S! BALSAM
FOR THE LUXliS cures Coughs. Colds and
Consmption, and all disorders of the
Throat and Cheat. Dlt. WW LEY
TOOTHACHE ANODYJNK cures. m one
MINUTE. - ; . febl
FEW TO DAY.
NE SECOND-HAND STEAM EN
gine: 8 inch; bore 21 inch, Pries
$i) W. Enquire at
J. II. MOORE'S
Machine Shop, Oregon City.
Sept. 5, 175 Af
THE WOMAN'S FRIEND!
P ill II U JS G
Scrubbing Machine !
2.1 0,000 In Successful Use!
The only Machine in the World that takes
up the nirty-Water Off the Floor with
out the Use of a Cloth or Sponge It Cleans
and Dries the Floor with U omlcrfn 1 Iln
pirlitv, and without Putting the Hands
into the Dirty Water, and Highly Appro
ciated when Exhibited and Seen Used..
For Sale at ACKERMAN BROTHERS.
Oregon City, August 17, lf57oitf.
, NEW GOODS!. -
Per Steamer John I- Stephens.
ACKER jI AN BROS.
xriLLi RECEIVE THE FIRSTIN VOICE
FALL AMD WINTER GOODS,
Which they will have open for Inspection
on the arrival of the steamer. - -
Aug. Z7 .If
COURTESY OF BAMCR0FT LIBRARY,
TINTVRRSTTY OF CALIF0PJJIA.
CHICAGO k AORTIMVESTERX RAILWAY".
THE POPULAR ROUTE OVERLAND.
"Tassf:n-;frs for Chicago, xr.v-
A. irura Falls. Pittsburg, Philadelphia.
Montreal, Quebec, New York, IJoston, or
any poiirt East, htumld buy their
TKAXjjCOXTIXHX T A L, T I C K I-1TS
Via the Pioneer Route,
cuicacjo fc noutii-ivi:sti:hn
THIS IS TIIK BEST ItOVTK EAST.
Its track is of STEEIi KAILS and on It has
been made thf fiLf,tost time that has ever
been MADE in this country. Hythis route
passengers for points east of Chicago have
choice of the following lines from Chicago:
y tJe I'll irtlMii v. Fort tVaviie ami
Chicago it iid Pennsylvania. liailwaj :
TllliOUt ill TRAINS DAI FA", wit h Pull
man Pa Life Cars through to Philadelp
hia, and New York 011 each train, -
j THUOUOir TRAIN, with Pullman
I Palace .Cars to Halt imore and Wash
II- -til Lake SIioit atitl IVHcliitfUti
Southern ICttilwny and C-otne I ion
(X-w York Central anil Erie Rail
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
Palace Drawing Room and Silver Pal
ace .Sleeping Cars tU rough to New York.
By tlse Ulicliigan Onlial, Orand
Trunk, Creat V. estei n and Erie iiiid
N'eir Yurk Central Railways: :
O THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman
O Palace Drawing Room and Sleeping
ir.s through to New York, to Niagara
Falls, Buffalo, Rochester or New York city.
ISj- lliiKimove unc Ohio Railroad :
TIT RO Ud 1 1 TRAINS DAILY, with
Pullman Palace Car lor Newark.
Zanesville, Wheeling, Washington and
ialtl more without change.
This is the SHORTEST. I5EST and onlv
line runningPullman celebrated PALACE
SLEEPING CARS AND COACHES, con
necting with. Union Pacific Railroad at
OMAHA and from the WEST, via Orand
Junction, Marshall, Cedar Kapids.Clinton,
oierung anu juaou, ior -IilU-UU A A JJ
Til K EAST.
This poMilar route is unsumassed for
Speed, Comfort and Safety. The smooth.
well-ballasted and perfect . track of steel
rails, theeelebrated Pullman Palace Sleep
ing Cars, t he perfect Telesrranh System of
moving trains, the resrularitv with which
they run, the admirable arrangement of
running through cars to Chicago from all
points West, secure to passengers all the
comforts in modern Railway Travel inir.
No chancre of Cars and no tedious delays
Passengers will find Tickets via this Fa
vorite Route st t he ieneral Ticket OHice
of the Central Pacific Railroad, Sacramen
Tickets for s:ile in all the Ticket Offices
of the Central IVu itie Railroad.
W. H. STENXETT,
den. Pas. Agent.
MARTIN IHHiHITT.Oen. Sup.
II. P. STAN WOOD, General Age
Montgomery street, :
Aug. l i :ly
JOHN II. M1LLKB.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE-. :
M-A Iff UFACTOBY S
JL having leased the New
Shop recently occupied by the
late David Smith, corner of
Main and Third street, Oregon Citv. take
this method of informing the public in
neral, that we are now prepared, with
ample Toom. good materials, and the very
best ot Mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete, any sort of n vehicle - from a
common cart to a Concord Coach.
IU:cUsuit hiiiy, Horso-Slioel ng mid
Uenrral .)ii(ig, .Xniily, ltnvUlj
iiutl f'Sit'uply Done.
noitsi:-siioi:3N; a spucialty.
Come and try us.
McKINXOX A MILLER.
Aug. 13, 1S75 :m3
In the Circuit Court of t he State of Oregon,
lor 1 lacKamus countv.
L. D. C. Latourette, Plaintiff, )
vs. S Suit in
W. W. Ruck, Jane Ruck, U.S. ) Equity.
Ruck, Miranda L. Ruck, and I
W. J. Rergen, Defendants. I
To said W. J. 1 Serge n. Defendant :
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OR
egon : You are hereby summoned and
required to be and appear in the above en
titled Court at the next regular term there
of, following the expiration of six weeks
alter t he lirst publication of t his summons ;
to-wit : on the fourt h Monday in Septem-
ler, A. D., 1S75, and answer the complaint
of plaintiff tiled in said Court in the above
entitled suit, or for want thereof, the plain
tiff will apnlv to the Court lor the relief
demanded in the complaint. Such relief
dematul"d is a decree against W. W. Buck
and II. S. Ruck lor ?-?,iHKJ gold coin, with
interest at twelve per cent, per annum,
since t he li't h day of December, lS73;und
the foreclosure of a mortgage upon -
acres of II. S. Puck's donation claim in
Clackamas county, Oregon, and lxtsone,
two.-tour. five. six. seven and eiuht. In
ISloek numbered twelve in Oregon City,
Oregon, which mortgage was duly recorueu
Autr. 12. 1 Still, on pages 55 and 50 of Rook
"C" of the record of mortgages in Clacka
mas county, Oregon; and also, to have
your Interest in said land decreed subject
to said mortgage ; and also, to have fore
closed a mortgage given by you and Sam
uel McCawley to 11. s. r.uck, recorded April
15. 1S73, on pages 1IS5, '2S15 and S7, in Rook
D" -of the record of mortages in said
Clackamas county ; and for a decree that
said land and town lots may be sold to sat
isfy the demands of plaintiff. This sum
mons is published pursuant to an order of
Hon. E. D. Shattnelf, Judge of said Lourc
made and dated the nth day of August, A
D.. 1875. JOHNSON & McCOWX,
augl-'fwG Plaintiff's Attorney.
"ItTOULD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Oreiron City and vicinity that he is
prepared to furnish
FIR, SPRUCE AND CEDAR LUMBER,
Of every description, at low rates.
: - - j- A ISO,
Dry Flooring, Ceiling', Rustic,
Spruce, (for shelving), Lattice,
Iicltets, mid Fence-Post, Cedar,
. Constantly on hand.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest notice, at as low a rates as
it can be purchased in the state.
Give me a call at the
OIZKGOX CITY SA H" MILLS.
Oregon City, Juno 1", 1875 :tf
Trifling wilh Rillionsnes Wont rto.
In this way chronic disease Is brouc-ht on.
A disordered liver is the consequence of a
foul stomach and obstructed bowels, and
the very hest preparation in existence to
put them in perfect oraer and keep them
Tarrant's Effervcscrnt Seltzer Aperient
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LLi PERSONS KNOWING THEAf-
selves indebted to Dr. S. Parker will
please call at his office or at Ward A Hard
ing's Drug Store and seltle im-medlateiy,
either by cash or note. Dr. S. PARKER.
Is your time to buy goods at low prices
are now receiving h large stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS THAN PORLAKD FRICES.
Our stock has been bouerht for cash, and
we will Belt it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
"llfEWILLSAV TO EVERYBODY RE
TT fore you purchase or co to Port land.
come and price our goods and convince
yourself t hat we do what we say.-Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple '
Dry Goods, Clothing, .
llats, Roots and Shoes,
Ladies and' Gents
. les, Hard
and ft great many other articles too nutner
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
We Will also nav the Hie-hest Market
I 'rice for
ACKER MAN P.ROS.
Oregon City. April V, 1875 tf
E WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
of Teachers, and others interested in music,
to the following works, as being the best of
t heir class :
A now Class-Rook for Female Voices.
Price S3 Per Dozen. Sample copies, niall-
d, post-paid, on receipt of $1.
A Class-Book for Children. Used in all
the principal Public Schools. Price SO
Per Dozen, Sam pie -copies m ailed, post,
paid, on receipt of 60 cec ts.
The Most Popular School Singing-Rook
ever published. Priee 7 50 Per Dozen.
Sample copies mailed, post-paid, on re
ceipt of 75 cents.
J. I. PETERS,
43 BROADWAY, X. Y.
Aug. C :w6
OREGON STEAMSHIP GO.'S
Str. INT. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
every day Except Sunday, at. 7J o'clock,
A. M. Returning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at 2j o'clock, P. M.
Will leave OREGON CITY for CORVALLIS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.-
Will levc OREGON CITY for McMINN
VILLE, LAFAYETTE and DaYTON, and
all points between, every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. leaves
the Rasin at 8 o'clock, A. St., and connect
with tho train at Canemah at 9, a. m.
Leaves OREGON CITY for IIARRISBURG
and EUGENE and all intermediate points
Str. Fannie I?attoxi,
leaves OREGON CITY for ALBANY and
all intermediate points between twice ev
ery week. J. D. RILES, Agent,
Oregon City.February, 14. 1S71.
J. P. WARD.
GEORGE A; IIARDIXG.
WARD & HARDING-,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
IEKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
jC3k general assortment of
Drus and Chemicals?
CoinlMaml Ilriiflhe,, ,
Trss, Support er.
Mioulfler IJraces Fancynud
...... AT.SO. ......
Kerosene Oil, Lump Cliinmoj s,
Glaxs, Pnfly, Plaints, Oii,
Yarn ihc8 and ljeSfulT, -
PURE TOES AND LKIlORS FOR ME
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
Physicians Prescriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
swrred. fc?Open nt all hours of the night.
B'All accounts must le paid monthly.
novGtf WARD & HARDING.
"V"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J t he-undersigned has been P
Administrator of the es'ate of "I"n7"'.
Kirchem. deceased, by the Hon. um
Court of Clackamas county. State 01 ure
gon ; therefore, all persons .hfj1"? cla ims
against said estate are required to present
them tome within six
date hereof, at the office otJohnaonAJie
Cpwn. in Oregon Cit T, gggf.
Administrator of said t state.
Clackamas county, Aug. 0, ISTb :w4
Hear, ior ft y;ill spenk of excellent
BOND'S EXTRACT Thereat Vegetable Pain
Jetryer. Has been in use over thirty
years, and for cleanliness- and prompt enra-'
ruii Brtm,SC3nnot he excelled. 4
bnlLUHEfl. No family can alford to be without
1 outl's Extract. Accidents, Uruisra,
n ,',",,,'" 'u" Sprains, are relieved
" nSS8"! lus,Sntly 17 external application.
JT-omptly relieves pains or Huron, Noald.
Rfli"'V!-";,,S' t,'"nSS, Old Sores,
fllmnt'J !Sn!S 'OT"' etc. Arrests in
rl Tc6lces.swcnh ptP3 bleeding,
i.ilL7EA1kKESSES U ahvavs relieves pain
il f'''us.fullness aLd pressing pain
in the head, nausea vcrt'o -
PiffWi?" dCta:lS iQ -coin!
P,LluaVc,v?rr,S Promit rcl5et
n lHn.J ; -Sot:';5 however tin onic or
iiS?fVE,S--ltJ--4 ho only earo cure for
ritlMEV n.!To-in' "roa3 condition.
nrntPut iS lKlS n C1U"1 f ur I107011-
BLEsDIHG from any canso. Fo-ll-i U a rpc
tilie. It hns tuved lauidri'iU ot lives when ad
other rcmeJies failed to irret b!.-d:u- froci
nose, mnmarli, Sueir. ; t'lsewhe-e
RHEUMATiSr, K?UStAlGA, Toi.ih.rh' nnd
l.jir.i be i:re ;.il al.k j rv.-l.cved, aud oitcn per
PHlSlClARS t iM schools vhorra Pconain'ed
Willi rontl' Exit-art f itcli Haa-I rec
ommendltm t:u:irprait:ce. V.'el.av,- le-tercf
commendation froi.i Lnndredjof Phvp:ciats
many of wliom order i-jor usu h l-ieir owti
practice. In addition S. ihe lor.-ixoinj' they
order its two for Swclliiii-!) of t H J;:-.id
. uinsy, Sore Tiiro?.!, Indaiiied TosiilsI
Eimple nnd chronic Din-rriura, Catarrh,
(for which it ! a Fpecifie.).'s:i;iil;us, l-r,t-cd
I-'eet, Stinatv of I nei-t s, IHohtiuitoes,
etc.. Chapped IlaJids, l'a.cc au, indeed
nil manner of tk!:i diseasus.
TOILET USE. Itemoves Soreness, IJcrplinoss,
uud Snmiciii; heals t'al?, i iitptioiiM,
nnd Pimples. It reivs, r-jv..-, a::tl e
freshes, wliilo wonderfully iaiprovin the
FABliEaS. I'on:s Extract. I'o Stock
Breeder.uo Livt-ryMan can allord tol!c without
it. ItLi used by r.ll thuLeadingl.ivery Stables,
Street Iiailroads nnd lirst lloremea in New
York City. It has no equal for Sprain, liar
' nes3 or tSaddle Cha.finc, Stillness,
Scratches, S-vvellinjrCnts, lacer.it ion,
IHeediiiK, 1'iieuiiioiiia, folic, I)iaribra,
thill, (old, etc. Its range of action is wide,
and the relief it affords is so prompt that it is
invaluable in every Farm-vard as well as in
every Farm -house. Let it be tried once, and
von will never be without it.
CAdTIOM. Pond's Extract has been imitated.
The gen nine article has the words Pond's Ex
tract blown in eacTi bottle. It is prepared by
the only persons livitip who ever knew how
to prepare it properlv. Refuse all other pre
) parations of Witch Ilazel. This is the only
article nsed by Physicians, and in the hospi
tals of this conntrv and Europe.
HISTORY AND USES OF PESO'S EXTRACT,
. in pamphlet form, gent free on application to
POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, ilaidea
Lane, New York.
M A K
nKVISED.A.Ml t'Or.KECTI-D LY THE AVTIIOB,
E. le F. Ct'ItTIS, 31. I)., Ac.
A Medical Essay 0:1 the causes and cure
of premature decline of man, showing how
health is lost, and how regained. It give
a clear .synopsis of the impediments to
marriage, the treatment of nervous nnd
physical debility, exhaust fl vitality, and
all other diseases appertaining thereto;
the results of twenty years successful prac
On.NIOXS OF THE PRESS.
CURTIS OX "MAXIIOOI)." There is no
mem her of society by whom this book will
not be found useivl, whether he be parent
preceptor or clerirvinan. .mfiioii Times.
CURTIS OX ".IAX1I01." This book
should be read by the you mr for instruc
tion, and by the nlllictcd lor relief; it will
injure no one. Mulicil I'ihkx and Gazette.
l'rice One hollar, by mail or express.
Address the nut hor, DR. CURTIS, 52i) Sut
ter street, or P. O. Rox 'JjT, San Francisco,
Cal. aug. -J.7 :lyisd3m
JOH PJ 3 C M R A RS ,
xlaiii St., Oregon iliiy.
MAMFACTlREFi AaB 1SP0ETEU CF
Siiddles, II;i mess,
ry-Hiird- fw j;
e, etc., etc.
"WTIIICII HE on-'rns AS CIIEAr AS
V can be had in the ti'uate, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
831 warrant my goods as represented.
1.000 DEER SKUJS
AV A oST T K 13,
VLT, OTHER KINDS OF HIDES, FOR
which I will pay the highes market,
price in cash Rring on your hides and got
JOITX SCH RAM,
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon ity, Oregon, July 11, lS7;-m3.
OKEG . CITY
SAW ArlD PLAiHSHG MILL.
- 4 I.L, KIXDS OF
Sash, Uliuilfs, Doors, w
Vindow Frames Jlouldiiigs,
ITiii i i it 15 Li iinl o i",
Flooring;, Ceiling, Siitltii.y iSi TIii-,tic.
Will Rtiild all classes of Ruildings.
Designs, Specifications, Kill of Material
Q 12. COLIMTH.
Oregon City, May 11, IS7j :tf
In the Circuit Court for the State of Ore
gon, for I he county of Clackamas.
Suit in Equity to determine adverse claims
to real property.
Rebecca Iv. Moore and
S. I.. Moore, I'laintifTs,
Caroline Y. Adams, et. als., Defendants.
To James Albin Rarlow, one of the defend
ants in t he a bove ent it led suit :
IX TH E X A M E ! ' IT 1 E STATE OF ORE
gon : You are hereby summoned and
required to b" and appear in I he Circuit
Court of the State of Oreironforthe county
of Clackamas, on or before the first day of
the next term ot said Court tlit shall be
held after six week from Ihe lust publi
cation of this summons, being the timo
prescribed in th order lor 1 ublieation of
r. sni.l first publication being
. "fA c.fi, of Amriist, 1V75, and said
. r..,i,l Cmir!, to b
Morula vVf September, 175, and answer to
tSSnint of (he plaintiff in the above
entitled uit : an.l if you I.11I so to answer,
pla ntitr will apply to the Court for the re
fief demanded in the said complaint
which i5 to determine the ownership of
certain real estate described in said com
erl -lint situated in Clackamas county, State
ot Oregon, and tn exclude the defendants
from any interest t herein
This summons is published in pursuance
of an orde of the Judge, of said Court,
made at Chambers, and daied the 'Mli
day of July, A. D., S. IH'fXAT,
Aug. 6 :w Attorney for I'laintirT.
rpHE ATJ)EX FRUIT PREERVIxa
X Company of Oregon City will pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
for "PI-VMS, PEAKS ami APPLKS.
Mr Thos. Charman is authorized to i-ur
chase for the Co-y
Pros if" "nt.'
THOS. CHARMAN, S?tTftry.
Oregon City, July -3, l"To :tf