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l;l;iv. It is a maiiiroi
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,...'.,' Having already earned what is
,,,'uv- Iciaaol airjrd to spend my time
in wail i t lie pleasur
of those indebted.
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IVrons can find me
tentiori it i " '
V he ntkp.I'ki-sk olILv. or Wh Ml 1
n o.'-. -Moa-y "' " lorivarUed to
or wh mi not m,
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tiers of po-ral orders.
A. yours eii.
r. The MaMiueradCt
The masijucrade ball on Thanksiv-
iiU ni-jrht wax a mot enjoyaoic auair.
Mui-.ii Originality was displayed, many
ri.-Ii eostunies worn, and the different
characters well sustained. As space
will not permit of our giving a detailed
iii-count of the ball, we confine our
fcclvestosiniply enumerating the names
of t lie participants :
T.adi.-s Mrs. W. Ij. White Mrs.
J Di-Vore Johnson, Mrs. 11. D.
Fellows, Mrs. (ii-D. Newman, Mrs.
. ,lin Miller, Mrs. iM. Wehdi, Mrs. J.
V fhaxe, Mrs. M. C. A they, Mrs.
Tlios. Miller, Mrs. II. J. Harding, Mrs.
Frank Tle, Mrs. A. I'iiillips, Mrs. J.
II. I'pton, Mrs. Al. White. Misses
S. J. Ilatcii, Mairtrie Kellv, Nettie Pest,
Jutina S -HinL. I Omily ileinhardt, K.
1-jUvK'V, Kate llunsiUer, llattie Bar
elav, l-lla Taylor, Ali'-e Aclverimm,
NoVaJMoss, Miiiuie Fields, lone !Shat
tuck.'Mary llamas, Josie Haas, Fannie
Mavliew, Amy Kerns, I.illie lhiehtel,
Ada 1-ovejoy Myrtie Walker, Mary
S!iaw, Adiia't 'raw ford, Fannie J2tidey,
Ella I'.icoii, May liaeoti.
(Jentlemeii Messrs. ti.A. Ilardini;,
S. Aekerman. E. li indall, JOd. Wright,
N. Welch, W. E. I'ratt, Frank Albright,
A. . Yates, Jlemy Wright, (ieo. New
man, El. Fellow s, Ivan Chase,M.
Athev, II Winch, Fate 1 latch, Itis,
El. llolnn-s, Frank I'yle, J. It. Uton,
Alvis I'iiillips, James W. Harding,
'liieo. (Ink, Fred 'harman, W. E.
White, t 'lias. Hums, Hubert Wurs'iam,
Hen j. S.-l!iii.
A irreat many spectators were pres
ent, all of whom expressed themselves
axJiitAdnir spent rt must cnj iyalle lii-Cht.
The daiii-in: was kept," lio till "live
oVlock in the inorniiiu." The net pro
ceeds amounted to
than had l;ei-n anticipated, the supper
was svai eely
( la allot 'it ( .
hope a 1 1 1 pi j pr
i (iu:;li! for the demand.
Mxioii of t.hi.s kind we
isiou will he made.
C 1 1J 1 lt YIN(i t.'u.M I'AXV.
We learn that this enterprise hassrreat
ly increased in its business and its
ficililics. Mr. Tims. Charman has at
his store (which is the otlie of the
t'oinpany) an assorted -lot of this
vliied fruit, which he will always
t:ike pleasure in showing to those in
terested, 'dv understand that over
,",ii.mki poU'.-uls have already been
shii'i-eil !'ji!ii tiki's place, and that
siii'ii l. s at -- now I "iej a"i ramred for the
CMit'eimi:d. Tii' well k..,'Wn business
inner, !!e- t m !! i:-; i r. 1 Herald and
M.irkvt 11-- lew ot Js.iii l"r;;.ne"!eos;ieaks
iii the following eoiiiplifju ntar way of
tin- li nit dri- d by th" Ahien .mpany
..f this ii ', lin e r th.e able s.i pj-r v isioic
!' Mr. Tie is. 'iiarinan : ' .ir attention
ii to some very superior
of Ort trou fruits and
IVi-. i v hi
:i s-i. ,i t 1 1
i 'Iii i.'is. e!
l. .:.ti-. r :
J -. j j r 1 1 - : ; .
anv i Fu r
. ) v -
libd bv the Alden Fruit
; 'o. oi' Oi-(j)ii Citv. T.ie
it iCri .v on sale e i:i-.ists of
.-iric-. plum--;, pears, potfiJ:es.
. 'i' j.-sv are packed in boes
." :".:' r.-o jiiHi nils each. The
I! .-Heed, :rli-.i so fur ns((;tir
i-e. .n ' ii'. ii, is sVi'pi-rior to
i b.Vtvd in this market
it i-.'i only neri-sysry for us to
i b. . v. !;o!. a iTd entire eu.ring
1 ; ies but live JioUlS, i'.llij
- .n times covered so that
S IV. t'l
I. -i ii -i
insects are entirely ex
ii' fruit cleanliness be
iJ'mess we have onlv to
rlii. led from t
: llvC H"t to
say, that I le
silinei s ill
i uit is elegant iiS
Uest : trv it."
-'r. I'm i.s Ciirnni. FroOi the re
pert of the proceeding of the twenty
third annual convocation of the Protes-
;d Church, of the Mission-
-r-yy Jm i-li -:
ie.-tou Ten i
and !' inr'ni
ioii of Orecjui and WaslP
o"v, we learn that in St.
eh OrevT'-n 'itv, :i adidts
s were baptized during the .
year: l;e: ' were A confirmations. K
c"iiimimi,-;ims added, and the total;
membership of the church amounted
to ."1 ; -j marriages ; : bin i lls ; 11 were
raised lor domestic missions, aud ."? .'!o
t'T foreiiin missions; 1 -J" for the epis
;i il fin,. ; sj j r, f,,r indien clergy
to i 1. 1 ; 10 for i ram m,ir SelKul endow
ment fund; SI I for Indian conuuissiou-,;
$ ,"D for hospital "and orphanage ; (ift)
tor tlioee.saii purMses; S.i'.'t lor iwiro-
lii;il purposes; S !t, nolsivllaneotis,
:ul vn, salaries. Total, $1J: W.
There were 1 teachers and II 'if- pupils
in the Sunday School. The report is
very neatly printed and gotten up in
pamphlet form. The fact that Mr.
S'oltiier was the printer is sufficient
recommendation as to its typographical
Nkw Kh v is the nime of a new town
on the Willamette rivef) just above
I lock Island, and aboht live miles
from this city. Tin'.- seems a vcrv
favorable location for a trading and
shipping point, as it is one of t he few
places in the valley where the railroad
runs so near the river as to enable
shippers to avail themselves of both
means of transportation. Mr. Heals
owns a Hom ing mill which docs a good
business, and the rangers have built
a large warehouse and wharf at this
place. There is also a store nearlv com
pleted w hieh is to bo occupied by Dr.
T. Casto. We see no reason w hy" New
Kra should iut yet become a point of
Tin: Conckut. The mu.-ical
literary entertainment given in
citv on jlonilav evening was a
Monday evening was a most
enjoyable a IT lir, ami a credit to all par
ticipating. The recitations by Miss
llolbrook were impressive and intel
lectual! v rendered. The solos by Miss
Kniiiia Miller elicited the heartiest a
plause. The Amphion Quartette Club
of Portland won iww laurels, while
Messrs. DPrans, Loweaml II ray "dis
coursed sweet music'' in their oyn de-
's'imu iii. i nil vt.
FiUE-ntooF SroxE. The steamer
Ajax on her last trip, brought ftp a lot
of fire-proof stone, ordered by the Ore
"i Iron Company, which is to be used
"i building the hearth and walls of the
smelting furnace1 at Oswego. This
!s the kind of stone chietlv used in the
iron regions of the Fast, as it is better
tapted than any other to stand the
xtreme heat of the smelting furnace.
, L'.eP;urs will ie completed so as to
u. , ; luo" Company to commence
"rk m about three weeks.
r vn of th k Wkst is the name given
v the debaters of Seiiool District Xo.
ltho literary societv lately organized
si'ni " 'cietv meets every
vVrwi y a h:lx 1,0 followinvr officers :
,l,p '-t. M. 1 Hinl; Vice President,
-m.o-.i.:, '" u''''i('
-'.u,a. . Ko'jhinss.
s-uiFr,i 'riN,IAKD'r- fonorlv of
ni-inl ?''n ?:hn'1 w,K,Re ther. Mrs.
, Idaho, November 18rb
tenth anniversary of the
:ist was the
p.j tncrshw.of the firm of Messrs John-
son A McCown, Jaw vers of this ity.
,, which occasion li.r-v extended m-
vi'..ltjOMS to their "ciil's" to meet them
a! . t!m rooms of M r. Johnson for dinner.
At n early hour in the evening the
following izeiilleinnn hail Ihh ii -wel-
corned ny .wrs. jonnson ami mine host
to their pleasant iravni!r rooms:
Messrs. Yi. Killen, I. Allen Maerum.
Eonis J'.arrin, K. li. llislham, M. C
A they, II. K. Chamberlain and J. li.
Upton, all of whoni.exeept'Mr. Upton,
had been students of the firm.
The Maukkts. Eegal tenders, buj'
ins 8o'4; selling:, S7'i. Wheat in Ore
gon City has declined to l0 cts per bus.
Oats are worth 50 cents per bushel:
butter ?l to :7 cents per pound ; ep;jrs 33
to 40 cents per dozen ; chickens, spring.
50 per dozen; grown, 63 00; dried
apples, 5Tr'i cents per potmd; plums,
dried, cents per pound; pota
toes, sn'i cents per bushel : bacon,
sides, 12 c. per pound ; hams, 14 cents
per found; wool is worth 22 cents per
Tkaciikus Examination. Mr. Sel
wood, County School Superintendent,
has appointed Saturday, Dec. ISth, for
public examination of teachers. The
examination will be held in the Oregon
City Seminary, comrnencingat9o'clock
A. M. All those who expect to -teach
during the ensuing year should be
Tin Wkddi.no. The many friends of
Mr. A. J. Apperson and wife gave them
a pleasant (Surprise Tuesday evening,
on the occasion of the tenth anniver
sary of their wedding da v. The usual
amount and variety of tinware was
presented, a lunch of cakes and sweet
meats served, and all passed, a vcrv
Induckment. Having entered into
a special arrangement with the "Detroit
Free Press," we are now prepared to
furnish both that paper and theENTKn-riusi-vyeaily,
for the one subscription
of 5s 1 in ad va'nce. I'.e in time to com
mence ' the funniest paper in the
world" with the new 3ear.
Tiik "Cottage IIkauth" is a maga
zine which we can cheerfully recom
mend to all. "Subscription $1 50 a. year.
Address Milliken Spencer, 317 Wash
ington si., Eoston. itemember it is illus
trated, and as full of good things as a
G r.ocEKY S roitK. M r. Eouis .Tagger's,
who succeeds . Mr. Wortinaiuin the
grocery business, seems to be doing, a
lively business. He delivers, goods to
all parts ol the city, and with the select
stock kept by hi'm, Ire cannot fail to
give satisfaction. 9
The Ast ori in of last week says:
'Eugene Dement, of Oregon City, aud
Euiil Iloriys, of,MeMinnvill., lively.
voting men who are wide avvak or
business, have Jtieen looking . around
Astoria for the pasts week I'r business
Eost. Miller, Marghidl JkcCo., of
this city , are losers to the. ainoxiht of one
thousand dollars by the. 'sinking of the
(Jussic Telfair. Tiiey had Si00 worth
id'llouroR board, bill thejr salvage vill
amount to about i00. "
Why can't we h ivi a social club as
well as Portland? Who will agitate
the subject and take the names of
those wishing to join'? We 1thvv spoken
to several ofi'atr prominent citfzens ill
regard to it, ambthey think favorably.
Dr-UYEr-On Tuesday morning IjiQ
up train w:.--, dcltn ed for several hours
below Milwaukie, on aeeoyiit of about
Oreo hundred yards of track having
been displaced by the lieavy rains.
A IIoi.D P.ff ?r.r. fhe proprietor
of a "shootitig-iron" uisehargd if dur
ing a drunken row.
and no one 'jugged."
No nntt killed,
All this on Tues-
At the St. Andrew's Society banquet
hel 1 at P-ortl md on Tu -s lay evening,
a most eloiprmt -and Impressive tribute
was paid to the memory of the late Dr.
I Ni i'.e r o its i n Towx. Captain Flan
liors and James foton were in town on
Saturday, respectively examining the
hull and boilers of the up river boats.
Xota (vr.nvl Uf.nk. Thehedin the
rear of the Fn'TKKIMiisk building is in
tended entirely and only for wood.
Tj. hSk syphon pumps were takev
from thH citv to the sunken Gussie
Horace gives it as a rule in writ
ing, that: we firfl master our theme,
and then plunge in medios ; but
as Ave are in thisinsfance unable'to
post ourself very exiehsjvely on our
subject matter, we jump into the
middle of things with an in
terrogatory rather than Q didactic
Iront, admitting our shortcomings,
and expressing our desireor infor
From Eastern telegrams we learrf
that the Redivivi is a secret society
formed hy Irishmen with the avowed
purpose of freeing their country,
and that lately they have passed sen
tence of ileath on sbne of their num-
ter named McGeahan for alletrpd
Now, what v-& would like to know
is, what right has this body of men
(or any soaret organization, for that
matter,) to pass sentence of death
on a human being? Do the laws of
our country permit such societies,
with such powers, to iiiist? If so,
what is to prevent the desperadoes
throughout the country sending our
best people to their graves? Why
do the authorities allow sueh mani
fest contempt for our legislation?
Are we to be subject to mob law, and
are our live to be in the hands of
Italy, after all, will be represented
at the Centennial.
, In Memoriaiii'.
Tf r.-tix Grange, Xo. Ill ;
Clackamas Co., Xov. 2j, 157.5. f
uesonid. inni m Hie loss r.r r.,,.. i.
loved blether, this G ramie is deprived
of a ivoiiiy member, and' 'the commu
nity a oeloveu irienct and citizen.
Ilesolved, That wesincerelv sympa
thize with his father, mother," brothers
and sisters in their tiereavenient.
Kesolved, That these resolutions be
published in the "Willamette Farmer"
and Oregon City .Enterprise; and
that a copy be placed on ljle in the
Grange; and that we present a copy to
the parents of deceased. , :
S. II. Carter,
J. A. Fields,
JF E. Hates,
Co nim.it tee,
WiiKfckv. The hand of ,i1mm,
I .... . "tnni H.lS
1 our (irantre. and tit-,
midst our friend nn.i ,.,.n.
other Kobert II. Bird : therftf,,.-..
Kesolvcd. That in the loss r,r i
N ElVS. J
Ihe news comes from Gardiner
Oregon, that the bark Florence!
bound to Kan Francisco from Port
Deposit, sprang a leak on the 10th
inst. and had to bo abandoned. In
trying to land the life-boat, a breaker
struck aud capsized it, and all the
men, as far as Deary (the only man
known to be saved) knows, all were
lost. The crew consisted of Captain
S.A.Dayton; first mate, Auder
son; second. mate, Carey; seamen,
Welsh, Malcolm Grant, Wm.
D uncan. McPherson, a Norwe
gian and a Chinese cook.
Hay is selling at 25 a ton, retail,
The offerings at Trinity church,
Portland, last Thursday, were very
large, amounting almost to $500.
The offerings were principally in aid
of the Good Samaritan hospital.
A haTf-breed known as Joseph
Judway was run over and killed at
Ger vais, on Saturday evening, by
, the express train.
You can get a bushel of potatoes
at Eugene City for one dollar.
Sativie's Island has produced a 65
Farties wishing to build at Inde
pendence must send to Salem for
Prof. C. H, Hodges is to take
charge of Columbia City Academy.
Rev. II. S. Parkhurst, who has
been bringing so many immigrants
of the better class to this State, died
a few weeks ago at Ogden.
P. C. White is bringing a talented
theatrical troupe from San Francisco
Chestnuts are in season at Port
land. On Saturday morning the Gussie
Telfair struck a sunken took in the
Columbia river, and was tilling so
rapidly that it became Decessary to
beach her. Seventy-five tons of
freight at least are damaged.
Arrived on the steamer Ajax, A.
BieJoh, wife and seven children; E.
liieloh, wife and nine children, and
John Itobbins, wife and thirteen
Mr. Marshall's livery stable was
burned at Albany last week. Hacks,
buggies, bay, grain and horses all
lost. No insurance. Supposed to
have been the work of an incendiary.
Col. John M. Wilson has been
ordered to relieve Gen. Michler at
Mr. Caleb llichie, an old Oregon
pioneer, died at Pleasant Valley on
the 23th of Nov. tJ
Qu the 15th ult. the California and
Oregon Stage Company changed its
Bridges all down between Jackson
ville and Iloseburg, and two feet of
Produce is brought to Jacksonville
from Walla Walla.
A correspondent to the Orenoninn
says Baker City needs a good paper.
Placer miners aro md Baker City
have ceased work for th.e winte.t.
At Pt. rani's It ctorv. Oreiioii 1 it y, Nov.
25. 1873. to- the Uv. John V. Si.-llwo; d, Mr.
A. 1., I Jar;?, or tins city, ana .Miss Jane
Clark, of Mu'.tno nah County.
I) IK IK
In Silver Citv. Idaho Territory, Novem
bor l'ith, l'rai.k Iluton 15. lteinliarUt, ageil
2J ypars and 8 days, son of Mrs. Amelia
Ilr-inharilt, of Oregon City, formerly of
San 1-ran Cisco. o
1 .San Francisco papers please copy.
A Valuable Medical Treatise.
IIo?tettcr's United States Almanac for
1870 for distribution, fratit, throughout
the United States and all civilized coun
tries of the Western Hemisphere, will be
published about the first of January, In the
English, German, French, " Norwegian,
Welsh, Sweedish, Holland, P,ohemlan and
Spanish languages, and all who wish to
understand the truo philosophy of health
should r-.uid and ponder the valuable sue:'
gt-stions It contains. In addition to an
admirable medical treatise on the causes,
prevention and cure of a great ariet3' of
diseases, it embraces a large amount of in
formation interest inir to the merchant.
the mechanic, the miner, the farmer, the
planter, and the professional man; and
the. calculations havo been made tor such
meridians as are most suitable ior a
correct and comprehensive National cat
The nature, uses, and ordinary sanitary
effects of Hostetter's Stomach Hitters the
fitaple tonic and alterative of more than
half the Christian world, are fully set forth
in its pages, which are interspersed with
pictorial illustrations, valuable recipos for
tne noucnoiu and larm. humorous anoc
dotes, and other instructive and amusing
reading matter, original and selected
Among the annuals to appear with the
opening of the year, this will be one of the
most us -fill, and may be had for the ask
ing. The proprietors. Messrs. Hostetter fc
Smith, Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a two
cent stamp, will lorward a copy by mail tp
any person who cannot, procure one in his
neighborhood. The Bitters are sold in
ev-Tery city, town, and village, and exten
sively used throughout the entire civilized
SELLING OFJF at reduced prices, for 60
days, t he entire stock (which is larger and
better selected than ever), of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Crockery,
JIard ware, etc. Now is your time to buy
the largest amount of goods for the smallest
amount of money, at I. Selling-',
It is no lirlion. Dr. WlSTAR'S BALSAM
ok Wild Cherry has cured and is now
curing thousands of sufferers from that
terrible disease, consumption. Do not hes
itate a moment, but provide yourself with
this cure, which has had an enviable repu
tation for nearly half a century.
Physicians are wonder-struck at the cures
of obstinate Coughs, violent Colds, diffi
culty of breathing, and incipient Con
sumption, daily accomplished by Hale's
Honey ok Hokehocxd and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute
Important. Endorsed by the fedieal
profession. DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM
FOR THE LUNGS cures Coughs. Colds and
Consm ption, and all disorders of the
Throat and Cbet. DU. TOW LEY'S
TOOTHACHE AXODYNE cures in one
MINUTE. ' feb!6
A Fragrant Breath ami Fearly
Are easily obtained by cleansing your
teeth daily 'with that Justly' popular
dentifrice, 20ZOPOXT. Composed of
rare antiseptic ,herbs, it imparts white
ness to the teeth, a delicious aroma to
the breath d and preserves intact, from
youth to old age, the teeth. Acidity of
the stomach wilf destroy the strongest
teeth unless its effects are counteracted
with ZOZODONT,.nnd this pure tooth
wash protects the dental surfaces by
removing every Impurity ihat adheres
to them. Ask your druggist for ZOZO
DOXT. fThe National Gold Medal was award
ed o Bradley A Rulofson for the best
Photographs In the United States, and the
Vienna Medal for the best In the world.
429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
. SUMMARY OV STATU
Ilev. George If. Atkinson will hold
regular services in" the "Congregational
Church., in this city, on the tirst and
second Sibbaths ot each mouth. Morn
ing services at ID'-i o'clock;- On' the
first Nibbath at Holmes' School 'House
at 3 oV-lock, r. M.
M.-K. Church Kev. li. v . my, pas
tor, will conduct services 011 each Sab
bath. atltHs, A. -M. . Sabbath School at
1U P. M. Will meach at Stearns'.
school house on the third Sabbath at
Haptist Chnrch Flder Huff, pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath at 10'i A. M.
Sunday School at 12 M. Prayer meet
ing everv H eunesuay evt mngat i'.M.
St. Paul's Episcopal Chu ch -Morn
ing Service at 10 0 a. r., and livening
Service at 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Hible Class at 2 V. M. J. W. Sellwood.
Rector. ., ,t
t I,L PERSONS KNOWING THEM-
cnlvui tr ln lnHl,foH t rt me will nlpacf
call around and settle up.astheend of the
year is close at hand. 1 want to close up
my accounts for 1375.
Dec. 3, 1S75 t
VS THE LAST SATURD AY IX DECEM
ber will be Christmas day, 1 appoint
the Saturday previous (December ISth) as
the day for the public examination of
teachers of Clackamas county. The ex
amination will ba held in the Oregon City
Seminary, beginning at H o'clok A. M.
All applicants will please furnish their
Teachers will please lake notice that I
have received from the State Superintend
ent blanks for teachers reports, which
they can obtain bv eallinc, or sending for
them. JOHN. W. SELL WOOD.
County School Superintendent.
Oregon City, Dec, 3.
The Human Telejcrrupli.. Th nfrv?
are telegraphic fibres operated by the
brain : but in the stomach, t h-v great vit.al
Izer of the system, is disordered, the whole
nervous organization is partially shattered
for the time being.
works wonders in cases of ne rvous debility
arising from dyspepsia, by . ring tie
stomach to its normal condition, and
keeping the bowels tree.
SOLD UY ALL DRUGGISTS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for Clackamas Count v.
E. J. Col bath, Plaintiff,
Louis Saal, Defendant.
To I ouis Saal.t he defendant above named :
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, you ar? required to appear and
answei the complaint filed against you in
the above entitled suit in wind- E. J. Col
bath is plaintiff and Louis Saal is defend
ant, by the tirst day of the ttrm of this
Court next following t he expiration of six
weeks from the date of the first publica
tion of this summons; said term of C-mrt
commencing on the -1th Monday in April,
A. I)., IS, (i, and the said tirst publication
hereof being on Friday, December .'Jd, IST.j;
the defendant will take notice that if he
fail i;o to appear and answer, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court lor the relief demanded in the com
plaint, to-wit : for a decree for the sum of
jfiL'O 0i in gold coin, and for the foreclosure
of a certain mechanics lien to secure the
payment of said sum, which plaintilT
holds on a certNin buildimr belonging to
you, and known as the IouisSaul Restaur
ant building, situate in block "7, in Oregon
City, Clackamas county, Oregon ; together
with your interest, in the land upon which
said building is situate.
This summons is published by ordrof
said Court, enter-'d Octob; T'l. A. D., 1S7.J.
E. L. EASTHAM,
Dec. 3. 1S75 :w6 Atfy for Plaintiff.
U. S. Land Office, Oregon City,
Oregon, November ISO, 1875,
CtOMPLAINT ll.WLVG I2EEN ENTER-
cd at this ollice by O. W. Plaisted
against Lycurgus Ramsey for abandoning
his Homestead Entrv, No. dated Oct.
Si, 1-S71, ii'on the X. E. of the S. E. li,
section -20, township 3 sout li, range 4 east,
in Clackamas county, Oregon, with a vlw
to the cancellation of said entry : the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at
tills oflice on the Oth day of January, lS7t,
at II o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged aban
donment. OWEN WADE, Jlvnixter.
T. R. HARRISON, Receiver.
Dec. 3, lS73:wl
LOUIS J AGGERS,
(Successor to Jacob Wortman) .
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AT
th 'old stand, the largest and most
complete stock of family
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Of every description, including Canned
lioods, Spices, Cireen Ciroeeries, Tobacco
and Cigars, in fact, everything to be found
in a first class Grocery store.
B-'Ooods. delivered to all parts of the
City Free of Charge.
W"Highest Cash prico paid for Potatoes,
Oats and other Produce.
Nov. 25, 1875. tf.
OREGON CITV, OREGON,
MRS. V KEIISrirAJTlDT,
Transient Hoard, SI to $"2 per IJny.
Single Meals 50 cents.
Hoard per Week .....g:...95 O0
Board and IiOdjinr. per wek SG OO
The Table will be supplied with the best
the market affords.
Ball Suppers furnished on short notice,
and at reasonable terihs.
Nov. 19, 1875. -tf
OREGON CITl' THE RIVAL OF B0ST07
rpo MAKE, EVENTUALLY, OREGON
JL City the rival of Boston in the art of
Music, all that is needed is a gcod teacher,
and every bod v to patronize him. Now is
the chance. Prof. Seligpr is well known as
a thorough Master, and is ready to give
lessons on the Piano.Organ, Violin, Guitar,
Flute, Harmonica, Thorough Bass, etc. He
has organized a German class, which
meets every Monday, Tuesday Thursday
and Friday afternoon, at Prof. Pope's
school room, from 4 to 0 o'clock. He is also
arranging a slnginz class, and has reduced
the prices so low that everybody will have
a chance to form their voices even for the
most difficult pieces, and to bo on hand
when the great
OREGON CITY PEACE JUBILEE
shall take place. For particulars apply at
Mr. Levy's or Mr. Selling's store, or at
his residence at the Cliff H?use. . . . ..
"; , -'. PIANOS TtXEU. , i .. i
The first meeting of the singing class
will be hcul at Trof. Pope's school room
Saturday evening at" o'clock.
Nov. 19, 1S75 ;ml .'"! f
Administrator's Notice. ,
In the matter of he Estate of Currin T.
V"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
JJN undersigned that he has been ajipoint
ed by the County Court of Clackamas
county, State of Oretron. Administrator of
the estate of Currin T. Kimbley, deceased,
and that all persons having claims against
the said estate, are hereby required to pre
sent the. same, with proper vouchers, to
him at the office of L. T. Barin, attorney-at-law,
at Oregon City, Clackamas county.
State of Oregon, within six months from
the date of this JioMee. ; .
CASWELL KIMBLEY, v
L.T. Babin, Administrator. ;
Attorney for Ad m'r. '
Oregon City, November 19, 1875 rsv4
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
ttk TVRRS TTY OF CALIFORNIA,
'f.i t'i si 's
I ' 1
E HAVE 'TIIE FOLLOWING REAL
Estate lor sale.
Xo. 1. Desirable building block In Oregon
Xo. 2. 1GO Acres, good house, and barn
full of hay; 8 acres irr cultivation,
orchard, good water : 15 miles from
Orugon City. Price $oOU, half down.
No. 3. 320 Acres, 75 in cultivation ; houses,
barns, wells. tc. ; pood orchard; 6
m i les from Oregon City.' Price $3,000 ;
halt down. iSell half place at same
rates. .- n
No. 4. 390 Acres, 25 acres tinder cultiya
tlon, 5 acres orchard, good running
; water; li5 acres open brush laud;?
m ile from school house : 8 miles from
Oregon City. $1,5J0 ; hair down, bal
, ance ia one" au4 two years. 2 1 . '
No. 5. Part of all the Barber farm, on the
river at Itock Island above Oregon
-City 1 $ per acre-" - -- - - -
Other desirable bargains in Clackamas,
the best county In the State. . : ,
Any sue having money to lend can have
our services, lreo of charge, in managing
tho same and selecting securities.
Persons wanting to borrow money can
get favorable terms by calling on us. i f -
i ' - : -'. -'-
JOIIXSOX& MtCOW-V, and
JOIIXSON, McCOlVX & M ACRUM. !"
Offices In Ore;on City aud Portland.
Nov. 12.-187 f. 1 . .
' (?. Vi. AVALUNG "&" SOX,
OSWEGO, OREG OIST.
Fruit and Ornamental
Trees, Evergreens, Grape
Vines, Smull Krnitx, Itoses
and Shrubs, Cultivated and for Sale
AT OUR XUKSISRY, o
. All orders left at Rarlow t Fuller's, our
agents in Oregon Citv, will be prompt Iy
Nov. 12 an 3 . .. . . .... .
LlTLlEnM ARS iiALL & COT,
AY THE HIGHEST TRICE FOR
WHEAT, at all times, at the
Oregon City; Mills,
And have on hand" s
lEED and FLOUR
to sell, at market rates. Parties desiring
Feed, must furnish sacks. '- novltf
ftTOTICE IS ilERERY GIVEN THAT
all persons are forbidden to trust any
person on my (credit. I will pay no bills
contracted in my name by any other per
son than in vsolf.
T iA FA Y ETT E MAY.
Oregon City, Xort 0, 1S75 :R c
I3oot unci Shoe Store,
One door north of Ackermaa Bros.
Boots and shoos made and repaired' as
cheap as the cheapest.
Nov. 1, 1ST5 :tf
rpiIE GREEN POINT MANSION WITH
X grounds, lately occupi.;d by. Mr. II.
Souls, Is for Rent, for one or more years.
Anyone desiring a n't ir.ad residence, with
splendid garden tract and Fruits in abund
ancs, will I'leaso apply to
- - W. C. JOHNSON.
Nov. 4, lS75 ;tf
To Holders of City CnU-rs.0
lTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Jl there is now money in the City Treas
ury for the payment of all City Orders is
sued to this date. Interest on all City
ordcrs endorsed prior tot his dat will cease.
C. O. T. WILLIAMS,
Oregon City, Nov. 4, 1S75 :wl
"' soticeTlauMan sale.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
sale made by the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for Clackamas county, on
the 5th day of April, 1375, directing the un
dersigned S. W. Moss, as guardian of Vol
nev C. Moss, to sell t he lands hereinafter
described, t he same being part of the est ate
of said Volney C. Moss. The undersigned,
as said guardian, will, on the 4th day of
December, A. D., 1S75, at the hour of 11
o'clock A. m. of said day, at the Court,
House door in said county, sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder upon the
termithat said bid be paid one-halt in cashr
at t he time of the sale, and theother half
twelve months thereafter, to be secured by
a promissory note and mortgage on said
laud, the following property, to-wit: The
undivided one-third of 480 acres of Iandf
being the east half, and the south half of
the west half of the tract of Jand embraced
In Notification No. W)2, and being part of
Sections 23. 24, 2-5 and 2(3, In township 3,
south of range 1 east of the Willamette
meridian, and bounded as follows, to-wit :
Beginning at a point 5 and 30-100 chains
west of the southwest corner of section 23,
T. 3, S. It., 1 E., running thence south 46
chains ; thence cast 71 and 50-100 chains;
thence north 86 chains ; thence west 74 and
50-100 chains; thence south 40 chains to
the place of beginning, the said one-t hird
containing ItiO acres of land, all situate in
said county and State.
S. V, MOSS,
Guardian of Volney C. Moss.
Nov. 3, 1875 ;w4 '
; . . I
rriHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed by the Hon. County Court
of Clackamas county, in the St ate of Ore
gon, Administratrix of the estate of Henry
Sprague, deceased, late of said county, all
persons having claims against said estate
are required to present t hem to me with
the.proper vouchers - within six montbi
from the date of this notice, at the office of
Johnson 4 McCown, lawyers, in Oregon
City, in.sald county.
- - : MARGARET F. SPRAGUE, c
Oregon City, Oct. 23, 1S75. 4w Q
STILL IN T IE FIELD ! ;
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
EEP THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Groceries to be found in the
citv. Alt goods warrameu. ooos delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
orice paid for country produce.
Oregon City. March 2.8, 1873.
In Justices' Court for Oregon City rresinct.
Clackamas county. Oregon.
Thomas Wheeler, plaintiff, vs. John H.
Con ley, defendant. ; :
To John H. Conlcy, the above named d-
fendant : - a
T.V THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OR
jL egon, you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in th above entitled action, on the
day following the expiration of six weeks
from theflr-it publication of this summons
to-wit : on Friday, the 31st dav of Decem
ber, 1875, at 10 o'clock a.-.m:. ; the first pub
lication of this summons being on Friday
November ltit h, 1875, IC-yon fail so to
answer, the plaintiff will take Judgment
against you for $250 00, and for cost sand
disbursements. : . . . -. .
This summons is published by order of
the above named Court, entered November
13thrlS75. - - - i . .
. HTJELAT & EASTHAM",
N ov. 19 :7f 6 Atfys for Plaintiff.
..CENT EN U I AL.
1 7.6 -v X876.
CHICAGO & 0UT1I-VESTERN RAILWAY, i
THE P0PU1AR ROUTE OVERLAND. I
. : - 1
PASSENGERS FOR CHICAGO, NIA
gara .Falls. Pittsburg, Philadelphia.
Montreal, Quebec, New York, Boston, or
any point East, should buy their
TRAXSCOMI X UXTAL TICKIiTS
Via the Pioneer Itoute,
CHICAGO '& NOUTH-tVKSTmiN
" V ' RAILAVAY.
TIIIS IS THE BEST ROUTE EAST.
Its track is of STEEL RAILS, and on it has
been made the fastest time that has ever
been MADE in this country. Hy this route
passengers for points cast of Chicago have
choice of the following linos from Chicago :
Ily the Pittsbury, Fort Wayne and
I'hicagoaud Pennsylvania Itailwayst
3 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with Pull
man Palace Cars through to Philadel
phia and New York on each train.
I THROUGH TRAIN, with Pullman
Palace Cars to Baltimore and Wash
Ily tlie Lake .Shore, anil Hickigan
Southern Kailwny and Connection
(.Ww Vork Central and Erie Kaii
jj roails) t . ,
3 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
Palace Drawing Room and Silver Pal
ace Sleeping Cars through to New York.
Ity the 3Iichiy:in Central, Grand
Trunk, (iicat Western and Erie and
ir Vork Central Huihrayn:
3 -THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullman
Palaco 1 'rawing Room and Sleeping
Cars through' to New York, to Niagara
Falls, Buffalo, Rochester or New York city.
By Baltimore and Ohio IlaUroad:
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
Pullman Palace Cars for Newark,
Zanesville, Wheeling, Washington a ncr
Baltimore wittiout change.
This is the SHORTEST, BEST and only
line riinningPullman celebrated PALACE
SLEEPING CARS AND COACHES, con
necting with Union Pacific Railroad at
OMAHA and from the WEST, via Grand
Junction, Marshall, Cedar Rapids.Clinton,
Sterling and Dixon, for CIUCAUO AMI
THE EAST. -
This popular route is unsurpassed for
Speed, Comfort and Safety. The smooth,
weil-ballastfed and perfect track of steel
rails, the celebrated Pullman Palace Sleep
ing Cars, the perfect Telegraph System of
moving trains, the, regularity with VPliich
they run, the admirable arrangement of
running through .cars to Chicago from all
points West, secure? to passengers all the
comforts in modern Railway Traveling.
No change ot Cars and no tedious delays
Passengers will find Tickets via this Fa
vorite Itouto at the General Ticket Office
of the Central Pacific Railroad, Sacramento-
, v , .
Ticket's forvsal"e la all the Ticket Offices
of the Central Pacific Railroad.
W. H. STENNETT,
Gen. Pas. Agent.
MARTIN nCCilirrT.-Gen. Sup.
H. P. STAN WOOD, General' Agency, 121
Montgomery street, fc-an Francisco.
' Aug. l jjly c
OREGON STEAMSHIP CO.'S
STEAM CO AT NOT! CI !
S tr. E. K..CO OlvK,
Will leave OREGON CITY for PORTLAND
every day Except. Sunday, at 7; o'clock,
A. M. Returning, will leave Portland for
Oregon City at 2 is o'clock, P. M.
Will leave OREGON OlTY forCORVALLIS
every Monday and Thursday of each week.
Str. liVYTOlS o
Will leave OREGON CITY for McMINN
VI CLE, IuAFAYETTU: and DaYTON, and
all points between, every Monday, Wed
nesday a.n.d Friday of each week. leaves
the Basin at 3 o'clock, A. jk., and connect
with the train at Caneniah at 0, a. m.
, Str. A Jj I J A jN" v,
Leaves OREGON CITY for IIABTilSBURG
and EUGENE and all intermediate points
Sti. ldrinip atton,
Leaves OREGON CITY for ALBANY and
all intermediate points between twice ev
ery week. J. D. BILES, Agent,
Oregon City.February, li. 1S74,
CAPT. 2. C - NORTOM'i'SfORE,
XORTOX, Clackamas 4 Coi, Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED V0lfLD AX
nounce that- he has just received a
splendid stock of 0
Hoots and Shoes, v ..
&SiT Groceries, P
Crockers; Ktc. Etc.
direct from New York. The stock Is the
best and largest ever brought .t o a store , in
Clackamas county, and having purchased
it at greatly reduced prices, is .able to sell,
it cheaper than goods have ever been sold
I am under obligations to my former
customers for their liberal patronage, and
being able now to accommodates them,
better at less prices than ever before, I ask
a continuation of their patronage, and so
licit the trade of all new-comers and those
who have not heretofore traded with me,
assuring them that I can give them as
good bargains as can be, had in the State
AJ1 kinds of Produce taken in exchange
for goods. Give me a call and I will guar
antee to give you satisfaction.
Z. C. NORTON.
Clackamas Co., Oregon, Mar. 12, 1S75.
In Justice's Court for Oregon City Proclnct!
Clackamas countv, Oregon.
William Kee, Plaintiff,
John IL Conley, Defendant.
To John II. Conley, the above named de
fendant: i? " 0
1JN TIIK SAME OF THE STATE OF OR
egon, you are hereby required to appear
l,u nic complaint men against
you in the above entitled acti on rrri t Hrt
day following the expiration of siS weeks
from the first publication T this sum
mons, to-wit : on Saturday, the 11th dav of
December. 1875. atl0o-elock a nr .qihofit
publication of this summons being on Fri-
ui., wiuwr in, i7o. ir vog fail so to
answer, the plaintiff will takplnriirmpnt.
against you forthe snm of 1132 50, together
with Interest thereon at ten per cent, per
n .uniiiturcurtijni .in, is,, ana costs apd
This summons is publisher! bv order of
o VLab2v-e narned Court, entered October
n IIUELAT &. EASTHAM",
oct20w6 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
TIIE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
the Livery Stable on Fifth streef,Ore,'on
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
" V I$uggleat Carriage
and llachi. Saddle
' nnd Buggy riorse.
' ANDY WILLIS,
Oregon City, Nov. 5, 1375. cProprietor.
; B U Off . . 1
" llear, for a will s pea k of cXceUea
.'DUO'S EXTRACT The great tegetnbl
lestryer. Has been irr use over thirty
s ears, and for cleanliness and prompt cura
nun n n virtu,i9 cannot be excelled. o - I
kHILUHEN I. No family can afford to be without
pond's Extract. Accidents, Brnlesy
Contusions, trutts Sprains, are relieved
almost instantly by external application.
1 romptly relieves pains or Burns, Scal4,
Exeoriauons, thafings, Old 8erM,
, Melons, Corns, etc.- ArresU 1st
ilamation, reduces swellincs, stops bteeditoti
rFHAlV'wc '"onsand heals rapidly.
FtWi7.EVEA,KHtSSES.'-It always relieves pain
. i. VacliaiKllo'ns'fullncss and pressing paia-
Vn..had-,1a"sea. vertigo. , br -
IH LEUCORRHOEA it has no eqnaL All khids of mU
JHtl,.Vn" to,vlhih ladie- are subject are
prom rt ly cnre.l. Fuller details in bookaccom--panyinsroachViottle.
P,Ll?.7Vli,ilor bl-trtinff met prompt reUef
u?r .dy cnre." No ca9e' however chioic or
lARlCOS E VElhS.lt is the only sure cure fcf
ini:w oTTi "'BDa dangerous condition
RID.4EY DISEASES. It baa no equal forperma
BLEEQinQ iroja any cause. For this Id a ape
, c,',c It has saved liundrecls of lives when ali
other remedies failed t Rrrest hldini? from
v?.2??'J:I.i,,,,la'5' '"nP and elsewhere.
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, Toothache and
Earaclie areull tLke rel.evcd, aud often perv
niHneiitiv cured. 0
PHYSICIAHS of fllFthoola who aro acquainted
witli I'ond-s Uxtrnct of AYitrh Hazel rec
ommendit in tneir practicw. We have leitcrso!
, comiuendatiou from hundreds of Physicians,
many of whom order it lor use in their own
practice. In addition to thc-icregoing,- they
order its ue for Swciiinps of all- kindsv
uiniy, Sore Threat, Ir.fiamcd Touoila,
Simple and chronic lliarrlio-n,- ('ntarrh-
vd Feet, Slings of JnseCts, Mosquitoes
etc.. Chapped Hand, Face, and indeed
nil inannerof skin diseases.
TOILET USE. KeinovesNorciiess, Konglihessy
und Smarting; heals Cuts, Eruptions,
and Pirn ple. It rcVc., invipnra e. and r
fttsht. while wonderfully improving tho
TO FARMERS. Peru's Extract. J,'o Stocfc
ltreedcr.uo Li very Man can afford tobc without
it. It is used by til the Leading Livery Stables,
o Srreet ItaSroadd and first Horsemen in- New
" York City. It has no equal for Sprain, liar.
!-j ness or Suddlc C'hariiif:?i, Stillncas,
Hrratches, SwclUnrs,C'uts, Lacerations
IIIeectinK-, l'ucuraonia, Colic, Uiarrhaa,
Chills, Colds, etc. Its raDge of action is wide,
and the relief it affords is so prompt that if it
invaluable in every Farm-vard well ad In
every Farm -liouse. Let it be tried once, and
Ton will never be without it.
6AUTI0M. Pond's Extract has been imitated
Tnegenuine article has the words Pend'a Ex
tract blown in each bottle. It is prepared Toy
the only persons living who ever knew Uow
to prepare it properly. Refuse all Othcfpre
3 parations of Witch HazeL This is the only
article used by Physicians, and in the hospi-f
tals of this conntry'and Europe.
HISTORY AND USES OF POND'S EXTRACT,
111 pamphlet form, sent free on application U
POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY. Maide
Lane, rvew Vork.
FALL 1 B75
Is yovir time to buy goods at low prloos
a?e nw receiving a large stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS THAN FGRLAND PRICES.
' - o
Out stock has been bought for cash, and
tpo will sell H at a small advance above
SAPJ FRANCISCO COST.
"WE WILL SAY TO EVERYBODY BE
T? lore you pnrchase or go to Portland,
coVrve and price ohr poods and convince
yourself that we k what we say Onr stock
consists in part of
Fancy And Staple
,fy Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
c S' -
Ladies and Oents
if otions, Groi
aind a great many other articles too numer
Cmts to mention ;
u o o - -
DGORS4 WINDOWS o
PAINTS AND OILS, o
We will also pay tho Highest Market
Oregon City. Sept. 23, 1S?5 tf
CLEAR IREEK, CLACKAMAS COrMY.
I DESIRE TO INFORM MY OLD Cus
tomers, and the public at large, that I
have Just received a new stipply of
. , . . . . O'
BOOTS and SHOES, "
And Other 'Miscellaneous Goods.
k All of which I now offer for salo at tho
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
"Mv object Is to tell fill my old friends and
customers that lam still alive, and desir
ous to sell ods Cheap, KOIl CASH, or
upon such terms as agreed upon.
I shall nlso have In my employ a thorough
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
and constantly keep stock on Iiand for the
o ' '
Sannfartfire-1 Repair of Boots k Shors,
nnd all rrd-rs irr that line will be promptly
attended to. M ATTOOX,
Xoar the Viola. Mills. ,
oeti t . . ; , ; . . ;
SHOALWATER , BAY OYSTERS. "j
FAMILIES SUPPLIED AT 5,; f -
CEVTSPER lOO. Served vy Ojf
Raw or Stewed at ten mintites
a0t,C"' C. F. MAYHEW,
Nov. i, 1575 U Plough lyy.