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Hivin- aipoat;do7tho KvrEiu-r.i-I
desire toel .se up my accounts soon as
possible All persons fcnowin. thet.i
selves indebted to u.e are requeued to
t'""-.-.A- ' ,7. .Nfc. an.l all suh-
du.-J- .: V .wis m.rc lu-
w !i..r. there
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t'i hi to-? tru- above s,'
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Ol.rr nCrti:b-nls f pnhlien
tiou Wm"l.e (.-Ivimi HMtllonr fees are
paid. J'.'..1 shriil na':e no ila Ui'ion fr.jm tilt
ru'c ii future.
Wku. Pk-sekvKi''. Monday's Ore
gon! ia 'i:ls ,ht' f"i,winK -onijli-mentary
notice of Miss Emma Miller's
debut before a Portland audience:
T'lis 1 i'lv who volunteered at the en-t,.,'tain"-:
tfivi-n at Masonic, 1 1 all on
FiMav -vuin x 1 it, resi les at Oregon
i-irv and tiiis was her first appearance
b'-'ore a Portland audience. Miss
Miller is quite vouiiir, and promises to
i. -onie . .11. of the iiivst silvers in our
Slate Sludi is recently isnidu-itcd trom
t ,.. I'josioii ( 'on serv.ttory ot Miwc, aivl
t m uuit in wine i she acquitted her
clr'oii Fridav evening i :not that she
,...! !.troi!r:ilvvers-d in iio'Ui-
viie art." II. r 'voice, though
tron -. i-t full and sweet, and sho
tr.,UiL with trreut ea-e, which, toother
.-ifii her modest demeanor on
bi.i. mad.' her a f.ivoriti
with her air-
di-me. With fortune in her fivor
..r...i-t for her K.'iitul ti it v as a sin
i tiii-: oc-c lsioii sh" san ' "O Mio lVr-
miwdo," from '11 F.iyorita. V
I. ver and the Uird," by tin
Da.vM v ican o ML Sic.vL.-Mr. liaiU?y,
the advance agent for Miss llolbrook,
c.dled at uiir :nee Tuesday and in
formi'd us that on one evening next
w -elv ivi'iro to be favored with a grand
rir.tmati'j an 1 mu-ieal entci tainment.
Mi,s Imogcue Ilolbi t.ok, tho aceom
plished clo'cutioui-.trwill give an exhi
Litioii ef her won lci ful ilraiife.tic pow
eis by re-.ub iiiig in ii arae'.er sone
choii" see,lioiis from the poets. Mis.s
Jbd..io..k vill i; aceiin pauied huvo by
u full concert troupe, eon o-tlii;' i i the
Aim. Id "li l.lil'i oi F ull ilf-.I, .Miss
Fn ni Mdl.-r of this pl.e. who-
ui.i-.i.- il t..P utnd ciiTiun: are two well
knoA'u and a. .)rc i al !i-.ie to "rcrpurc
fartii';r,incntio!i, s.nd .Messrs. D I'rans
and Cu'is. ''.ray of P ull uid. geitlcincn
s.j exU'ii-;: vel kn :vvu in t:iis part of
our S:nfe tiiat 'their names, al uie, in
conneerion with such atcntcrtaimuciit
'n su.lii uit to in-iiire its success.
Pit.c :i asin
bery t ( 'o. of
tabifshed a pu
Agi'.ncy. Messrs. Cu
S m Francisco have es-c'ui.-i:!g
::g: !UV for tho
thus saving 1 lie ex-
ense ot a trip !o the eirv .-tie
the los s usu a 1 1 v at ten ii:'. X ab
business. Ti icy are pie pa red to trans
act itpy business that may be entrusted
to them -.u -'l as t ::e purchase and .-.:iu-nient
of g o Is, c i leering and disb:i; -ing
tn-aievs, and ii an s leting the bu4-n.-ss
of a geii.-ral agem-y. 'I'.iey have
been es,a'.dis!i;d in business lift ecu
years,- and are endorsed iy many of
iliL- 'best Lmdiiess nun of S..n Fran
cisco. All orders sic uid be addressed
t . ruber v tt (.'., Ill Mai ket street, be-
I.ei i i:u l,i
I a.? P. fib--
1 c-r H, I -7 j
iUaeU.T, I J,
: r. lj 'iters
V.icbel. Jo!m A. ; E isia-
r... j i;m : r eg i m in, a i -.. -, uio.
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I 1 1 in. Miss i: la : I, mi . I-;. ;
". P. F. ; hi-.v. 1! Mrs.
M s s-vev, :. !:.: M el. -ran.
;;..: Pifs, M rg in S. : l'irk, Al.c
.:!,, Ml. I.uO.i la; 1 1"; -1 v , 'h is. P.:
i.'l. 1 ;! c o : iiu is. ui. M i Marv C.
: h. 'M r . S. V.: Wills, Elder;
J i v i t
". : Wdliaius,
so s:AA" wlc.-'.A
. M. tJACON, ,
Tin-. M AV.'cr.t'-t.- E ;td tenders, buy
ing Mi; xr-llhur, 7. Whetit in Ore
gon City has deelined to .) cts per bus.
i.its are worth cents ju-r bushel;
tauter : lo ;".7 cents per pound ; eggs :Vt
to (') cents iviJr dozen ; c.iekens, spring.
2 oi") pci- do.cn; grown, i:, O'J; dried
n p' "s, ,:-r.'t i cents pcrouiid ; phiins,
dried. 1 -IV IV.1 cents per pound; pota
toes, .")!' fitjj1.. cents per bushel : Lacou,
sides, 12 e. per p.aiud : oianis, ! t ct nts
per I'O'.md; word is worth cents p.'r
S nr.!. M I -WNd.--The dau ghter of Mr.
('has les Walker, Miss lcagcni i, ;t the
Dalles, isanxi us for in formation of the
Avheroabouls of her father, i,ii was
s '-'ii on the rih or (jili of November.
Mr. Walker is vi years old,i5 feet iS
indies tall, a little stoop shouldered,
h is sau.lv h lirand beard, considerably
gray, has a large wen on the baek part
f his head. When he left had on a
suit of dark clothes and Aveighs About
TlIK M ASQIT F.UA DE.I A I.L. Don't lor
c;ct tiiat it takes plaeivtliis (Thiiriday)
evening, aiivl that theladies in charge
have a supper in preparation worthv
of a Sybarite. Ih-ennei-'.s -eleb:at.ed
q'Vidrill.; ban 1 !' P : tl iu l has been
cng iged. so let all b p:e;ared to uo
on with t.'ieilance in "joy unconiined."
Ce rnx.M i Ij. We have arranged
to have a letter for pu! ligation in the
E.vruuPKisE, cAery Avcck, from olir
correspondent. at the Exhibition
grounds in Philadelphia. We prcier
giving our readers the ac omits as re
lated by an eye-u itn-'ss, instea.1 of re
lying solely im the telegraph and press.
Am Ft". Miss Addie Crawford leaves !
for Turn water, YV. T., where she Avill
spend be a inter. We, in common
with her many fi iQids, vegrt t thatisuch
ah estim ible young 1 idv ;is Mi-;sC. is to
be so long al.sent from our itv, We
wish her a pleasant journey, u" apree
uble visit and a sate return
IN'eaa' Books. W are informed by
the Library Committee on Finance,
that some $10 Avorth of new booUs are
, to be a l ied to th "" Library soon. T ie
v members of this co;n ni;tee are de
serving of nuch -redit for their per
sistent ( Hoi ts to establish and sustain a
public Horary in this city.
Stkameu I.kpau.ko. The steaniT
E. N. Cooke has been thoroughly over
hauled, and has received a new coat of
paint. S.io takes her pi ice to-lav on
t'i? roiP" hf f,.v ot this cite and P rt
l.n I. T ie O.-i-mt Avill c n:i-rie on the
rum route till the Avheat crop is
AcctT'iT f Kf. The case of State as.
John K istabrook came up for examina
tion before Judge Ilin lall on Monday.
Af er an invotig itiou of the case ti e
defen 1 nit was a . piit Led ; it ao i Mtinx
from the evidence adduced that hn Avas
at the time acting as agent for Lewis
Bros., and was author ized to draw upon
A Visrron. Mr. J. l. i Id man, a
resident of this city in Kl'J, now of
Portland, visited our office on Tues
day last. Mr. ILMman has met imnv
reverses in business, hut despite them
all. is still cheerful and pleasant as
though Dame Fort u nr. ever
crowned him Avith her choicest favors.
Barristeu John U ea rin of Portland
wa -own on Mondav.
AT AM. MOTH l-fchl.--"'-
Jones, who lives about twelve miles
east of thU city, has left at our office a
Thos. B. ;
j noun Is anil tiieaviires thirl v-four inches
! in envu'iu'eretiee. T:iis Lect is no '"dc a,d-(U''t'-'
anl we ch.tljeno tin. .State to
! I .eat It. o
WKwoiuler what the Coniiiiittee have 1
done m reqara to the purchase of hose,
as recommended by the Chief of the
Fire Department. Come, Gentleman,
don't delay till we have another fire
only live the "boys" the implements
and they will take care of the tire when
Xkav Clergy. Ajj accession to the
Catholic clergy of the archdiocese of
O' e ron City nnd the diocese of Nes
qu.dv has been had by the arrival, on
t ie Oritl unme, of two nriests from 1 cl
triiim llev. Father D'ds who conies to
this archdiocese, and K -v. Father Kau
ten, destiind for Fort Vancouver.
Fi:n Ahkad - We hear that the ladies
of St. Paul'sfluild and the younpc ladies
of .St. Paul's Sunday School pro
pose privinir a fair, an I musical and
li erary entertainment nt Pope's Hall,
on or about the 10'th of December.
PRESTADTO ATATEUU.-Tom MagUlrO
has cnimtscd the famous wizard Profes
sor ffermnnn for a tour through our
State, iluriiur the corn ins; winter. Ore
s;on City will no doubt give him a
Tin: Pieific CJiristiin Advocate of
list week saA-s: "Oregon City is tin
oldest and one of the plensantest towns
in Oregon. It is wonderful for U
great manufacturing facilities and will
yet become the Lowell of our State."
As the frost is being draAvn from the
ground by the genial ray of old S d.
residents of the bluff, it is rumored.
say short pravers before making the
ascent of the inclined ' plane there is
uanger ot a suae.
actio?; for uamaoks. We are in
formed that John Eistabrook will im
mediately commence an action against
T.ewis i.ros., f Sin Francisco, for $.0,
damages fir false imprisonment
lvi;nv;ii.DiNO. Phanix like tho "Or-p'san-i
Home" is rising from its own
ashes. The building will soon be en
closed, and occupied a! out the same as
before the lire, minus "tho orphans."
A not" ii f.n'tati vc-The Falls Idterary
.Society intend to give a final quietus,
at their nert meeting, to the much
mooted subject, "Is falsehood ever
Gone East. Uon Ilolladay passed
through town, by special south bound
train, Wednesday evening. Mr. Holla
day, we are informed, was on his way
o til. Eastern States.
Siiakim: vuian. Wo loam that oui
fnt ml O.-P. Church N compos-mi a new
A-rsion of Hamlet's soliloqnv. It
commences, "Toshake.or not toshallO.!
In ToAVN.-Mr. Win. M. Hand nf the
Dalles Mountaineer arrived in town on
Wednesday e-ening, and Avill remain
several days A-i.siting friends.
NEBiiKn-A bank and a bath house.
All jokes on the kind of bank are copy
righted, as are alsoall insinuations cori
ng the bath.
Tl ncov k n i n f j .Mr. V t n . W a r re n ,v h o
has been quite sick for the past weelc,
Avitli e.n nl.'ecii on of t!ie tlirout, is ijn
oroviiif. IlAi.r-.M st. On Tuesday
flags in the citv Avere !t hal'
death of Vice President
TnniviNi. M irshlicld is quito a
l;'(ly place, all the houses in tho aoI
l.ige are occupied an-l more are needed.
Nkvkutoo I.atk. There is a rumor
o i 'chang-A that a sexagenarian is about
to take unto himself a wife in this city.
FouKioNF.ni. Tho Mercury sayx
many young Sademites are coming to
our masquerade. Good for you.
Sign ot Cor.u Wintkii The people
of this cUa- are laying in ast quantities
of sweet cider.
Cloved. All of our business men
closed t'idr stores at 12 o'clock Thanks
Wnroii i Lxx'icv. Tho Wright brothers
have each received premiums on their
liKrunNF.n. Mr. Sam. Barclay re
turned home on Thursday from Seattle,
Avhere he has spent the summer.
SKM,I?.'G OI'F at -reduced prices, for 60
days, the en'tir-; stock (which is larger and
bet tot solecti-ti than vorl, of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Hoots, Sho ., Hats, Crockery,
Hard ware, etc. Now Is jour time to buy
the largest .a mount of goods for Hie smallest
nmovtut of money, at I. Scllinjf
fteli gSoii ..
Koa-. (ieorgo II. Atkinson Avill hold
regular services in the Congregational
Church, in this city, on the first and
second iS ibbatlas of each month. Morn
ing services at l')' o'clock. On the
iir-t .S ibbath at Holmes' School House
at 3 o'tfe!;-, P. I.
M. E. Church R.M-. ii. W. Day, pas
tor, will coiidti -t serA-ic s oil each S.-ib-btth,
i.t 10S, A. M. Sibbath School at
lhs P. M. Will preach at Stearns' i
s--!io l house on the. third Sabbath at
Baptist Church Elder ITuT, pastor.
Preaching eA-ery Sabbath -l b)'i A. M.
S.inday Sebo 1 at 1 M. Prayer meet
ing every Wednesd ay eveningat 7 P.M.
WiUfam JJ. Astor, son of John
Jacob Astor who founded Astoria,
died on t!je 2itli inst. in ZS'cav York.
From the ()rrjoni"u wo learn tlu.t
Mr. Frank EiswMrtli. broth-u-of lion.
8. Elsworth,f Li Grande, departed
this life, in Han Francisco, on the8th
mst. Mr. E'.svvortli resided for some
years in this city, and va.s well known
here. At one time ho was city editor
f the Oregon Jljrald. For tln lant
four years bo has resided in San
l i-ancisco. Only a few weeks since
Mr. Elsworth's wifedied in that. city.
lranKwasa bright, genia! fellow,
and it will bo with feelings of sad
ness that In many friends here and
eisewhere will learn tiiat he has pass
ed forever from the scenes of human
life. Deceased was aged 1 1 years.
The Avhofe nniinber .f legal voters
in Tillamook county is 1G2 finales 51
years and upward Ki2; do under 1
and over 10 years, 58 do under 10
years, Si. Females 18 vears and
upward. 90 do under 18 and ott-r 10
years, 48; under 10 years. 80. Tohil
population. 52S. Acres under cultiva
tion, 1.732; bushels wheat raised
o.j ; oats. '2io; biney, 1.13(3
toes, 2.300; oipples, 5.000
tons hav, 1,740; pounds wool, 2 457
Xo. sheep, 002; hogs, 620; horses.'
330; cattle. 1,311; pounds tobacco
814; feet lumber, 241,349; baskets
oysters, 850; pounds cheese, 300; do
SUMMAKY OIf STATE NEWS.
A young man tried to commit sui
eide on Friday last in Portland.
Yonnpr Webber has been entirely'
exonerated at the Dalles, for horse I
The commissioners appointed bv
llie aamngioii county court to
locate a ditch to drain Wapato LaSe
leciue unit it snotihi be 5.740 feet
long, and avouM be of great benefit
to everyone. "
John Bark hart and J. G. Evans
arrested on the charge of robbing the
Albany court houso safe, have been
In the Bulletin bmlcruotcv case
Judge Dcady allowed the motion to
strike out part of the statement and
It is said that flax would be by far
a more profitable crop than Avheat in
many of onr counties. n
Seventy bears have been killed in
Belknap's settlement, Ben ton count v.
during the last few months.
The Oriflamrae had some very
rough weather ou her trip from Sau
Fraucisco last Aveek. Prayer meet
ings were held in the main saloon.
The captain of the Benjamin
SeAVu.il goes after the Atorian Avitn a
Last week Astoria and vicinity
were visited by a most destructive
storm. Houses, ant trees in pro
fusion, Avere bloAvn doAvn, Avhile
many people are reported as seriously
A wool pulling establishment, has
been started in Portland.
Several houses, in process of con
struction, were blown down at
Albany last Aveek.
The La Grande Sentinel has moved
iuto a neAv box.
Noah's ark Avas run into by the
steamer x earless near .Ylarshheld.
Over G0.000 bushels of Avheat have
been handled at Turner's station this
season so far, ami more coming.
White Portlauders visit Chinese
The mail contractors, uccording to
tlic ltosehurg J'hriuilealer, ale not
attending to their duties.
A Yamhill farmer saA"s he raised
$250 Avorth of Avatermelons o:i
quarter of an acre the past season.
uud lias 500 inelous still ou the patch
W. M. Ilice, of Oakland, has in
vented a new Avay of preserving
meats Avithout brine. It will keei
in anv climate and much better than
the former mode. He has been ex
peri trie ntiug for the past three years,
and believes he can snip to any part
of the world uud keep the incut
fresh and sweet.
Judge iN. w. uarretson has ac
cepted ao invitation from Salem
Grange No- 17 to visit with the mem
bers thereof at their regular meeting
held at Grange Hall in Salem on
Saturday, the itli day of December
next. ' .
The Webfooh saloon in Portland is
to give place to a handsome brick.
Freight team a still line the roads
betAveeo the Dalles and Canyon City.
There, is talk of cutting a ditch or
mill race from Tudding river to
"WolSnger' of Grant county sells
his sheep at $2 a head.
Fresh butter is selling at CO cents
a pound at the Dalles.
Portland's streets are being re
paired. Ir. Orton, Avho was -wounded in
the shooting affray at the Court
House, at Salem, on Monday last, is
improving tinejy, and the probabili
ties are that he will souii be around
Mrs. Daniway is peggiu' away at
Geo. P. Holman: of tho Pioneer
Oil Mills in Salem, has already con
tracted with different parties -in the
State for the cultivation of about
2,000 acres of flax for next season.
Col. T. II. Cnn, of the State- land
department, will, with his family,
spend the Avinter in California.
Frank Chamler3 had his hody
crushed by a rolling log at Albany,
on Saturday last. '
A lunatic has escaped from Jack
"Lm." Flett, of Ilo.sebnrg, has
killed a goose with two Avalrns task
arrow points in it. Alas! Ka?
Gen. Michler will leavo for the
East on tho 15th of January.
The hull of an unknown vessel
Avas seen on Saturday floating keel
upwards, off the Columbia bar.
The pupils of the Chinese Mission
School gave a concert at Portland on
Monday evening. . "
The mercury was "way down" on
Saturday morning in the upper Co
lumbia. Those liaving business in
that vicinity had better hurry up be
fore the river is frozen.
The Robert Emmet mine, we learn
from the Bedrock Democrat, is paying
$20 a ton. '
The steamer Yakima Avas sunk on
Saturday last, above Celilo. . She
struck on a sunken rock. Passen
gers and cargo Avere saved. .
Wheat is SO cents a bushel at Al
bany. The lid ToaaIc, from Wasco eonn-
I ty has been allowed to leave the pen
itentiary by virtue of a pardon by
50 head f Indian ponies will be
driven to tho Eud, from Pendleton,
in the spring.
000 ponn ls of butter were hauled
70 miles to Pendleton last Aveek, by a
The German colony, a3 wo learn
from the Statesman, manufacture
flour, lumber, leather, cloth, wagons,
pIoAvs, harness, and saddles, boots
and shoes, -clothes, furnitnre, split
and rawhide chairs, liuAvare, wooden
ware, barrels, iron Avork; make
cider, sour crout, apple b-itter, pear
buttfr, butter from milk, jellies, etc.,
run the railroad dining room, hotel,
drug store, store of general merchan
dise, postoffice. telegraph office;
raise immense quantities of chickens,
keep hogs, cattle and 6heep and
horses for th colony.
o Albany is to have a woolen factory
with a capital of 812,000.
A Train of Evils.
If weak nes of the stomach isalloAved
to become chronic, the folloAving evils
supervene Digestion is permanently
impaired, the system is very imperfect
ly nourished, the 1 dood becomes thin
and watery, and tho bile being unem
ployed for digestive and evacualive
purposes, enters thecirculation through
the thoracic duct, and injects itself into
the superficial vessels, giving to the
skin and whites of the eyes the saffron
tinge indicative of billiousness. Head
ache, nausea, constipation, pains in the
side, palpitations, heartburn, dizziness,
and manv other harassing symptoms
which accompany the internal derange
ment above descriueu, wmeu, u un
checked is as sure to be followed by
serious disease, as the ri-ing of the sun
by its setting. It is manifest, therefore,
that an inability of the stomach to act
upon the food should be overcome Avith
out delay. Tne invigorating inilueuce
upon thatorganof I ostctter s Stomach
Hitters is speedily felt in t he disappear
ance oi ail tne uisagiee.i.iz, i -m
alluded to. The prescribed mineral
remedies for general debility usually
fail to achieve any lasting result, i.e-
eause they do not invigorate me stom-
ich: Hostetter'-s lhtters aiAvavs suc
ceed because that is their primal e fleet.
The verv fact that they are such an ex
cellent stomachic constitutes them one
ofthe best general tonics in existence.
To restore digestion is the I mat step to
wards the recovery ot health, when im
paired bv anv of the multifarious com
i.l. lints Avhich soring from dyspepsia,
and that step will ' be found to have
been taken i.a- tne invaiiu avuo nas
availed himself of this famous anti-dys
Tofiirea Cough, to rdicv" all irrita
tions of ths throat, to r-'stor ivrfct eound-n-ss
ami health to th" ni'tst d--licat' organ
ization of th human frnm" the Iaings
us; Im. YS'istau's Balsam ok Wilii
"jieury, which is still pr: ard with the
sanii1 car' in th" s -l "ct ion and crim- mind
ingof its various ingn-dints ns ivh"n it w-ns
intro.Uied t public by Dr. Wistar,
over forty years since.
The W'iol Popl' -vi'h on" A-oic rro
claim Hat.k's Honey of IIoheiiound and
1 ARthT snv r -iirn an-J infallpil" rin''ily
for Coughs, Colds and all rronohil difii-culti'-s.
It is th" National Specific euro lor
Pdce's Toothache Drops cure in one minute
OTh" National Cold M-dal was a .vard
d o Fradl'v it Italofson for th? b-st
Photographs in th- Un t"d States, and tin
Vi ;n i M dal lort'i" bvst in th world.
IJ'J AIo:itgo-n t ' Str'-t. n '"raucisco.
la I'outa ST. Kn dors-v I b.- tin Medical
proi "ssioii. D!t. M. HAbTS HA I. SAM
Koit Til 10 r.UN; iS cur s oughs. Colds ami
Pons iiiiion, and all disorders of th -Throat
and Chest. lot. TOWLKV's
Tt i) nr.V HE ANODYNK cur.-s in one
A Fragrant Iat h initl Pearly
Are easily obtained by cleansing your
teeth daily with that justly popular
dentin ice, ZOZODONT. Composed o
rare antiseptic herbs, it imparts Avhitt
ness to the teeth, a delicious aroma to
the breath, and preserves intact, from
A'outh to old age, the teeth. Acidity ol
the stomach will destroy tiio st rouges'
teeth unless its elVects are counteract d
with ZOZODONT, and this pure tooth-
Avash protects the. denial surfaces 1 y
removing every impurity that adheies
Ask your dru'ggUt forZOZO-
1 r- r
(Successor to Jacob Wort man)
KEF.PS CONSTANTLY ON" HANI). AT
th'oid stai d, the largest aud most
cotuplH stojlt of family
ORijCEfi5E3 -KD PVIS'ONS
Of every description, IncluiTrg f'aiin?d
(.ioods, Spices, tir:en Ui-ticer 5. Tobacco
and Oijfars, in fact, ovor.vt.bing to bti found
in a first class Oroccry stor.
tfiiftods delivered to all part of th
City Vree. of Charge. ,
ftHijrh-"st Cash pric-j pa.'d for Fuintoes,
Oats and other Pro iuc.
Nov. U5, I $75. tf.
orlgox cirr; oregox,
Transient RourOl, 51 to 5i per Day.
Single Iealj .30 cent.
Hoard, pnr Vo3.... 5. 00
Hoard and Ijodiii, per vook.....,S 00
Th Tabl i will h supplied Avith tho best
tho market affords.
Rail Suppers furnished on short notice,
and at r"a,cnabl ? terms.
Nov. 19, 1575 ,-tf
OREGON (III TUB RIVAL Ot BOSTON
'PO MAKE, EVENTUALLY", OREGON
L Cityth- riv.-il of Iioston in th art oi
Music, all that is need-'d is aii-d teach, r,
and everybody to patronize him. Nov
t lir' chance. Pror. S 'livr is well known as
thorough Master, and in r ady to jrivo
lessons oh the Piano.Oran, Violin, Guitar,
Fliit-.', Harmonic;!, Thorough Hass. cte. He
has or'-mized a German Class, which
niets every jMondiy, Tuesday Thursday
:wd Friday att-Tnoon, at Prof. Pope's
schoolroom, from -1 to 6 o'clock. H ) is also
arran,in:r a sinj;in x class, and has reduced
the. pricos so low that everybody will have
a cbanc to for.n th rlr Viiees ovn for the
most difficua Is-csf, and to be on hand
when the great : -
CiTY PEACE JUB'UE
shall tako plac?. For particular apply at
Air. Levy's or Mr. Sdlinir's store, or at
his r'sidenC3 at th i Cliff Hous?.
Th flrt metln!? of th sinln ctass
will b-s h -Id at Prof. P wVs soaojl rojm
Saturday nvnin? at 7 o'clock.
Nov. 1 J, 1375 an I
In Justices' Court for Or egon City Treclnct,
Olackam ns cou nty. Oregon .
Thomas Wheeh r, plaintiff, vs. John IT.
To John II. Conl'y. the above named d-v
fenda nt :
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE OF OR
ocrm, you ar2 hereby r 'quir 1 to appear
and ans ver the com. lai it filed against
vou in th? above ent itl"d action, on the
day folio- in? th expiration of six weeks
tvrf t h - ti-sr'-vi nitwit io i of this .'iri -inns,
to-wit:on Friday, the 31st day of Dcem
j -r, i7;, at 1 u'Ci "-"-i -V. A. ; til ; lirt : u--1iition
of this suinnions b.-ino-i Friday,
Novmb-r liith, 1H7", If yoi tail so to
answ -r, the plaintiff will tak judm nf
against job lor J 0i', and lor costs and
disbursements. , ,
This summons is rublUhed tyord -rof
thaxA-e named Court, cnt Tod November
lsth, l7.-. HUELVT & EATHAM,
Nov. V) :w6 Atfys tor Plaintiff.
In tho matter of h? E-itate of Currln T.
TurirE ISliERE3T GIVEN BY THE
undTirn 'dthat h has bn aopolnt
ed bv the Countv i ourt of Clackamai
county, state of Oregon, Administrator of
t he estate of Currin T. Ki-nbVv, d'c--Rsad,
and that all persons havihsrclaims aiinst
t h said est at", are herebv r -quired to pr
snt the sama, with proper vouchers, to
him at th offi;" of Ii. T. Barin, attorny-at-law.
at Oriron ' lty, Clickams county,
stat of ir-'jon, within six months from
the date or this notie.
L. T. Barix, Administrator.
Attorney for Adm'r.
Oregon City, Nr"emb?T 19, 1675 nri
r..x'i iron salk.
r K HAVE THE FOLLOWING UtiAL
Estate lor sale.
Desirable buildlns block in Oregon
No. -2. lSt Acrs, good house, and Varn
full of hay; 8 acr -s in cultivation,
orchard, good at-r: l"i tuiteslroin
Uregoji citv. Pricj 53 M, half down.
No. 3. 3; Acr-s.To in cultivation - houses,
taras, xvcli.i, tic.'; good orcliard ; 0
m ii .'s from urgou lty. PricH.OJO;
halt down, a A I half j lac-j at same
No. 4. 20 Acrs, " acrs undr cultiva
tion,. 5 acres orcliard, pood running
water; lii acr -s op-n brush land: n
mil;? troin school house : mil -s from
Oregon City. $l,-rJJ; hair down, bal
ance in one ami two years.
No. 5. Part of all thft Harber farm, on the
riA-cr at Hock Island above Oregon
Cit y ; $ per acre. o
Othr desirable bargains In Clackamas,
the best county in the State.
Anv sue having niouay to lonu can have
our services, tree of charge, in managing
tho samo aud .sI -ctiag securities.
P -rsons wanting to borro v mony can
get ravorable t -Tins by calling on us.
JOHSO.tt Mt-CO'tV-V, an. -3'
JOHN'SO.V, McCOtVX & 9IA.CUCM.
Offices In Or5oa City and Tortlaiid.
Nov. Li. 1ST :tl
VilLLAinETTE HORSE BY.
0. W. WALLING & SOX,
Fruit jiiicl Ornamental
l roes, I.TCli,'n-trns, .j.cjc
Vines, Small I-'rults, Iiost;s
and Slirtibs, Cultivate:! una for hale
AT OL'It SURSEnY,
All orders lTt at Parlow : FulWs, our
ng -nts in Or.'Soa City, wiiUbe promptly
KILLED, MARSHALL S.Ca.,
AAlii.A i, at an times, anaa
Orogon City feliJIs,
o And have ou hand
FEED and FLOUR
to sU. at market ratr-s. Parties desiring
feed, must lurnis'i sacks.
'VriJT"CE I?; HKRKUY GIVEN" THAT
il all persons or-1 i'orblddon t.o tru.st any
.).'mium my credit. I. wilt pay no bills
contracted in my name by any other per
son thuii rnj self.
TAF A YETTE if AY.
Oregon City, "Sov. 6, 175 :lt
J. H. SHEPA'RD, :
and. Slxoe Stcyre,
One door north ot AeJrerman Bros.
Roots and shofii made aud r?pau-d aa
cheap as th" cheapest.
No A". 1, 1375 ;tf
rpriE GREEN" P0I2TT MANSION" WITH
JL Rrounds, lately occupied by Mr. H.
Soul?, is lor Rent,, for ono or mora years.
Any oni d-.:sirin a ntired residPnce, with
splendid garden tract and Fruits In abund
ance, will ploaso apply to
W. C. JOHNSON
No v. 4, 1875 ,tl .
To HouLts of Cit-r Orti-rs.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 thero is no money in the City Treas
ury for the payment-of all City Orders is
sued to this date. IntM-?st on all City
ordors eudorsud prior to this daf will coase.
CO. T. WILLIAMS.
OroKon City, Nov. i, 1S.5 :av4
Volcanic Medicine -vliicU Convulsf
the svstein bv their .yiol nit Cathartic ac
tion, in ust not betaken for Constipation.
The mild, soothing, and painless operation
Tarrant's Effervescent Sltzzi Aperient,
s exactly what Is required, and will epeod
Jy cure tho most chronic cases.
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
NOTICE GIASDI.IN SALE.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
sale- made by the Couniy Court of the
State of Orison, for Clackamas county, on
the 5th day of April. 175, directing the un-d-.T3iRn?d
S. W. Moss, as guardian of 'oi
ney '. Mo?s, to sll the lands lierjinafter
described, the s-ime being part of the estate
of said Volnoy O. Moss. The undersigned,
as saiit pruardian, will, on the 4th day o;
December, A. 1)., 1375, at the hour of 11
o'clock A. St. of said day, at the Court
Hons door in said county, sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder upon the
farms that said bid bo paid one-halt In cash
at tho time of the sale, and the othT half
twelve months therealter, to be secur 'd ly
a promissory noti and mortgag j on said
land, the following property, to-vvit .- '1 h -undivided
one-third of 4SJ acres of land,
being the en.st half, and the s uth half ol
ths west half of t hs tract ol lan 1 embraced
in Notification No. Wi, and Lei i f art ot
Kief Ions -2:i -AX. and 20. in 1 1 vnshi a .'.
. - rf w n rr.- I m 4.f. fit tYlt U'il la rnotA t
meridian, and bounded as halloa s, to-.vit :
Reginnimr at a points and chains
west of t he south -vest corivr of section -Ai,
T. 3, S. It., I E., running thence houth Iti
chains ; th nc ' cast 74 and rPK) cliains;
theno north d chains ; thenc? west71 and
5J-1 R) chains; th -noe south 4 ) cliains to
th ptac-3 of b"ginnin.ir, the said one-third
containing 16) acrs ol land, all situate in
said county and tat'.
S. V, MOSS,
fluardian of Voln.-y Moss.
Nov. .1, lS73;wl
A'lini.iistr itrix's Noir
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
X. a:toint'd bv the Hon. 'on uty Court
of Clackamas county, in the Statu of Ore
gon, Administratrix ofthe estate of Henry
S- rairu", d"c asd, lqf of said countv, ail
persons havitni claims against said estate
are required to t r- s -nt them to me with
tin rroir A-ouchers within six months
from th" dat- of this notic. at the nftica rf
Johnson t Mcio.vn, lawyers, in Orecron
I I'ifv in C:iirl nnnfr 0
MARGARET F. PRAGUE,
n , , Administrafriy.
Oregon City, Oct. 2. 1573. 4w
STILL I.N THE FIELD!
3IM3YED SECOND DOQH SOUTi'iCF
II A AS' SAJW0X. .
YILLIAK3S i HARDING,
AT THE "
KEEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
mi)y (-'roe'r"'s to b found in the
city. All Roods warranted. Goods delivr"d
In the city rr-e of char-e. The highest cash
DTioe paid for ecu atry produv.
OreeoB CMty, March 23, 1?."
m . .
CHICAGO i .UVITIMYESTESX RAILWAY.
THE POPULAR ROUTE OVERLAND.
ASSKNGI-:n3 KOK CHICAGO, N I A- '
gara l-'alls, ritts'iur, laiiiaoelvhia. '
.Aiontr -al, Quebec, New York, Lt.sten, or '.
any point Kast, should buv tln-ir
THANSC'OS' iiNLlN HAL TICKETS
Via the Pbiiieer Itoutc,
CHICAGO I'tl-Vi "EST URN ;
(AILWAY. " !
THIS IS THE HKST HOt'TE EAST.
Its track Is of STEEL RAILS, nnd on it has ,
be-m made the fastest time that lias ever .
been MADE in this country. I y this rout ,
)!isseii(f.-rs lor points t-;ist ol" Clocairfi have j
choice of the follow lug lines from Chicago : :
Hy tlie Piltbury, Fort Wayne and j
C:lii-uro ii ikJ Pi'iiunylvaiua huilnuym
TIIROUlill TR Al N'S DAILY," it h Tull- !
man Ia l.:c" C;irs through to Pliiladel- :
. hia-and New York on each train.
S 'HlUDU'ill TRAIN, uith J'ullsnan I
.1 Ralace Cars to Ualtirnoro and Wash- I
liy tlo I-:i:. Slkre jxikI Iiclilyrai !
Smithevii l?uiiwtjy si-.t Cciuiei'liuus j
(Any Yorli ( cutrul stmt J.z io liail- j
ruuils) : 1
f TirROrjr.II TRAINS IAILV. with ;
3 Ra lace lira ing Room and Silver Pal- I
ace ."slee( ii.g ears ti.rui.gu to New .ork. j
IJ v Uic riit-nirit ii-iilni;, ;rntl j
Ttuiib, tirosit mIki-h ami I-ric a nil
Now Vork teutijii Huiitvuys:
3TIIROITUII TWIN'S, with I'uliman
Pa lac-'- 1 rawing Rooci atid Sl-c ing
( arj 'through to New York, to Niagara
Falls, l'.u train, Hocbestrr or .A'cv York city.
l:y I3nll5ji;or; ami Oiiiu Itaiii oiid
THItOUUlT TRAINS DAILY, with
sr Pullman Pa'afo Cars lor NcAvark,
Zanesville, W'he ling, Washington and
Ral'.imorc Avithout change.
This is the ?II0UTEST, TXST and only
line rurinina: I'uWmdji ceic trrited I'ALAl'E
SLKKPINCi (JARS ANT) f OAt J1KS, con
nect in -r with L'nioii iVeiiic Railroad at
OMAHA and trom tb" V KjsT, via ornnd
Junction, AliiroJiall, C'dwr Ii;pids,Cli:itoii,
St.'riinn -and Uixou, for C'fcvi.v.0 aMu
This portilar route is unsurpassed for
Sp '((!, i oiruort auu Sat'''t.- . 'i he sfiSooth,
ucll-ba Hasted and p-rt.-ct traek ot y:el
rails, t he cI';brat. 'd Puihnaii Pa iae si-ep-iug
Cars, the iA-rie.t Tfl"rn-2jh S st-u ot
rnvin trains, t-ij rpularitw v.ith which
tijcyruii, the udmipa-bl" irranr"in -nt ot
running t lirouh car to Chicago irotn nil
loinls West., Pocur" to p;-iS3 Uir---rs ail the
comlort.3 in modern Railway Irav lins;.
No change ot Cars and no tedious delays
rasi!"nc:-:'r$ v find Tickets vin. thi Fa
voriL Route at f h" Genera 1 1 iel-.r t (irLIc
ofthe Central Pacific Railroad, Sacramen
to. Tickets for Rfl" in nil t!io Tick'.t Cfilccs
of the Central Pacific Rnilrod.
". R. 8TK.VNLTT,
(ion. Pas. AgLi.t.
j.fARTiN inroHrrr. oen. up.
If. P. HT A N WOOD, Uener il .Ancy, 121
Montgomery street, tan J'rancisco.
0HEG9H STEAMSHIP OO.'S
Str. HI. T. COOKE,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
everv da1. lExcoi t .Suiulay, at 7': o'clock,
A. M. Rt'turiiine;, uill leave Portland for
Oregon CU" afi. o'clock, 1. M.
Str. A 1..ICK,
Will leave OREGtlN CITY forCORVAIJ.ls
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
AViil l"ave OREGON mv f . r McMINN
VILLR. LAFAYKT1E and DaYTON, nnd
all points b"l.ven, every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday of each week. leaves
the. Ia.sin at 8 o'clock, a. m., end connect
with tha train at t 'anemah at l, a. m.
Leaves OREGON CITY f-r II RRISBURG
and EUGENE and all inti-rmcdiatu points
Stx Fannii.' X'atton,
Leaves OREGON CITY for ALBANY and
all intermediate; ptoints l- 't Ae- n twice ev
ery week. J. D. hi LES, Agent.
Oregon City.February, H. 1&71.
GAPT. I. G -"GAiaa'S Si'ORE,
XORTOX, Clackamas Co., Oregon.
rpiIE UNDERSKiNRD WOULD AN
X nounce thSt ho lifts Just received a
splendid stock of
ISjets and Suocs,
t rrurj'i l Ac. l Ac,
direct from N-w York. Th" stock Js the
best and l-rf-st "ver brouglit to a stor in
riackamws county, and having purchased
it at greatly r.'ducd prices, is able to sMI
it clu aj er than goods have ever been sold
I am under ooh-rations to my former
custom, rs lor their liberal patronage, and
b.-ina; abl'j no v to aceom niodate them
b 'tter at. 1 -ss pries than -y.r bior. I ask
a continuation of their natronn-j-e. and so
licit the trade of n-nv-comrs nnd those
who iwvp not neretotore tr.-nld with me.
iiTi.niiii iiRNi iiiuv i can piv tnem as
goon nanrains as can b" had in the Stnt.
All kinds ot Produce taken in (xeh.inj:
for noo.ls. (iive me n call and I will suar-
, , 7.. i '. NORTON.
lackaraas Co., Qrep:on. Mar. 12, 1S75.
.fustic's Court for Or?nn fltvT'rlT,,?
I'lackamnscoiintf fir.".r., '
William K 'e, Plaintiff,
! Jolm II. Conley, DeJendant
To John II. Con ley, the. above named de-
TN 1HE NAME OK THE STATE OF OR
L egon. you ara her-by r -q-iir d to a-p-ar
and answer th comilaint fil -d against
j i . "vove e-rniti-u action, nn th
u-i? loiio-Ainmuapxpirntinn of six -weirs
..... (jiiuiii-.o ir.n ot this sum-
"'"'V "a Saturday. th 11th riav of
publication of this summons ivYmr on Fri
day. ()ctobrr 2ft h. 1S75. If vou fail so to
vi, una pi.Tintitr wiirtak" Judjrm"nt
t . - 1 ni -Mimni si-Si .iMoi -thT
nvilu inter 'SI th"r"OTiat ten r-r cent n--r
.... .vm ltl , ana Costs and
rit. i -
j im.-, summons is publish"d bv ord-r of
TaV-?-Vre naniad Court, entered October
HUELAT A EAST-HAM.
oet29w6 Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
& ST Alt LIS. SS2
flitlE I'TnDER-SIGNED proprietor OF
I. th LiWryStabloon Fifth street, Oron
City.Ortsoi, keeps constantly on hand
aud Hacks. Saddle
and Bngery Horses.
Orf-tf City, Nov. 5. 1575- Proprietor..
" Hear, tor I will Mpeak of excelloBf'
.QM0'S EXTRAST Theprent Vesotable Pal.
lcstroyt-r. lias b"eu in use over thirty
years, end for clcnl ness nnd prompt curm
t ve virtiu-a cjtinot he csccU. d.
CHllDaiM. No f amily chii nffoid to be withoat
l'oin.'s lixtrnct. Arcidents. Brnises.
Contusions, Cu:, Sprains are relieved
rlmost instsntl by cxu-rn-il application.
J'mmjitly relieves pains or Uurns, tscaJAa
F.xcoii:i?ion, C ha lines, Old Sere
lloil-, I'fioiiP, ( orrs, etc. Amesta in-li-unation.
reiim-f 3 s well'mes, t-topa bleeding,
TP Tinvps i:. olortioi)-!.cl be ild r in'dlr.
Itfc&UVVtAKHiSsES.-lt always relieves pain
ju i no ii ick iiiiaK.ius.fii lncss and pressing paia
In tho borl. vcr.-MM, Vv-rrgo
IM LEUS01RHCA it lias r.o eiil. All kind of nl--cerii-.i.
i: io whic'i 1 ifi;e-i arc 6iibject ar'
proimuly enro l. Fu lu-r details in book occom-limyin-i
iJItS -blind or blecdinsj meet prompt relief
...i i v ....j v im-. o c:ise, iiowevt-r ciaoiiic or
A31CQ3E VEISS. It is the onlv Pure rure for
.'' "riTT"'"'' ,iml "'gerouscond'tion.
t.Ttl RISEASL3. ft has uo cqiu.1 f or i:nna-li.-nt
CltiSl.lu f-om !iy cn'is?. Fortti'.a U n
iln-. 1 1 h is wvnl lim.d-f-dji of live-i TrUeu ell
ctiu-r remain.- fuiie-li. urri'-t b'. ;uiui Iron'
noc, ftron-.r.c! , hii?, r.ad elsewher?.
nHi.J.Vl.T2S, I tdRMtiA, Toothnrho ui
l'.Ai'uclic i.re i ii l kj icl.vVL-d, aad often per- '
F'KYSJClAflS ot" ii fchooIVwho are acquainted
v..ai 1 .!. sEuisic: of itch. liazvl i-eo-oaiaioiiditin
i eirj .ract.ee. V.'e have I-.si tcrscC
coinm -ii i. ii f .--.!-. i hundreds o Phveician?,
nuuy l a ord-.-r i-ior tise in liw-ir owa
p-aciite. lai.dvh::on i.ni:( kr-jning, tbey
order its u j ior hn-cllines ot rjl krnds.
tjHis Sr.ro T'.iront, liiilnmotl 'l onsils.
simple iiu.l citro-.ic IJinrrintn, Catarrh
r .or waxii u ls.x Fpei-ac; iaiit)i:iii;-, l rot
cd I'cel, ?'jiisss ot" lancets, .Iu-j!iiIoe.
etc., Ciiuppfd linm;, i"a.cc, uud indeed
rll wmiur of f kin d scusco.
fCILET US. Itemove Soickpss, Rni:phncs,
i.ud ..uiaitjui.' ; lea Is t'tit?-, lyiiiitiotas,
r.nd Piuiplrx. Ii re- c-'.', invi-rn a ts, aud r-f'-t.'!u
Avliili Avcnderfully laiprovicj tltm
T3 FA3?!":HS. ior"..i Extract. gyCo Stock
li.cecl M-o LiverrMunCiiiiaaoidtol e -without'
iUltii used by: 11 Leading Livery Stables,
P rcct R.iiiro .'da r.i.d fi t-t ll cni-n in New
Vi York C'.ty. It hfiJ no equal for Spraits-f-', liar
ness or S redd ie Ci:aiiiis, tilinett
licrafpiics. SAvellina's,C,ntf j) Lacerations, 0
nieedinr, J'nciiinouia, ( iic, Diarrbopa'
C'aills, Cdd, etc. Its race;e of action is wide,
cni t ae relief it !ifi'ord3 is so prompt tl-rt it is
iavalnaYe ia every Farm-vard rsArellcs in
every F irm -I orse. Let it be tritd once, and
rn will iuvi r bj withi rt it.
CAUTI 3 L Pont'.'a Extrnct l as been im'taed.
'i'djwn-iinj : icle 1 a tl e words Pn .s Ex
tract bliwu in carh bottle. It is p ppand by
tie only persons IiA"in;- who cv r knew tow
top-epir? it n-o-eil". Fefi'set'l other pre
' jiirat'o as of A.'i-eh II.izi 1. Tb's i3 t!-! only
articl? ncd hy Pi'v-ieirns, rrd ia tlic hor'pa
taloftii ro"T v trd f"- rro.
AX! USES C7 PCKD'S TaTkACT,
la n .mi )' irf'n, re- f fre na s.pplic.-'tioii lo
FJ.VJ h.HlKACT L3?T.?A"., Jttaiaea
Is yur t!ra to buy soods at low i rie.
z ij tk t--a ei
BEOr HER S
.T3 cow rc2lvlc a lare stock ot
fi'lD WiNTEH GOODS,
all cf tho Lateit Stylr. wbloU Kill fall
AT LESS TKAfi rCHUKC FRICLS.
Our stock hns been Voupht forcnsh.and
wc wili sell it at a suiull itdvan.o obova
SAN FRANCESCO COST.
E WILL PAY TO EVERYTOPY IE-
fore ou turchase r xo to Portland.
com" and ric our poods and convince
yours"lt tf.-at we tlo Avhat Ave say. Our stock
consists ih part of
Fancy and Staplo
Drj' Goods, Clothlnj
Hats, Loots and Sho,
Ladies and Gents "
and a jrrat many olhar articles too tiumwr
'ours to mention ; c
DGCRS, WIfiCGWS, c
PA1KTS AND OILS,
We Avill also pay tlio nijhest Marki
ACKER MAN ERO.
Oregon City. Sept. IsTo tf
CLEAR lUEEK, CLACK A 31 AS COVXTT.
I DESIRE TO INFORM MY OLD CUP
tomer, nnd the pub.ic ,at larjre.that I
have Just rec -ived a new supply cf
FAMILY GROCERIES, -
cC TJTLER Y, II A RD JTA RE,
And Q'liw MirceHanecvs Gcods.
All of. which I now ofL-r for sale at the
LOWEST MRKET &ATES.
Mv objTt i" to tQl all mld friends nd
1 customers that I am still alive, and desir
ous to sJl ponds he.i-, Ft lit CAS1J, or
ui-on such terms as ar.-ed upon.
I shall also have in my cm rloy a thorough
EOGTAfsD SHOE MAKER.
and constantly keep stock on hand for tb
3Iaauf:ietnr2 & -Repair of rcots& Shors,"
nnd all nrdTsin that line will be promptly
Xear tlie Viola Jllill.
SKOALWATER BAY 0YSTE3S.
T7AMTT TFS ST PPT .TED AT 7.-
CFA'TS TPETt lOO. S-rv-d
Raw or Stewed at ten minutes
U. r . MAlHtW,
Nov. 4. 1875