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Persons knowing tin-ins -Ivt s in.l-btea to
me fr sub-it-ripMo'.i "i- : '.eT.; -is , -; r- 1. r.- J
by ii'.titi- il tli.it imvi:: iiiU.s! b . mado j
without furl h -r '. -l-' I! is :. matter of j
gn.-ut import a -h-- to m t '.-it I e'os up my
business. Hiving thv.-i.iy -tr;i d what is j
due in'--, I r;i!n.i.t uir-iM to sp-ml my time j
in waiting t A sr-iir.- :' Shoso ind-.-'it.-d. 1
I hope thos-.- iiit- i-! 1 will j.:iy proper at
tention to this n-,? if.'. Persons can find me
nt th'! Mm 'KuPi:i -' ;:..', or wh-n not in,
Mr. Ierniit v.-ill r (. .mil p-. i; t in my
iiun'. .Miiiii-y may ior .1 r 1 mo me iy
cpr.-ss, r--L.ri-tred letters or postal orders.
li!c. :;, l7-. A. Ndltski:.
SnnrrPAi.iM. ly special invitation,
we iUU mu il :i s -since, l.cM ;U ;i private
house in town, liy Prof. .Ju-obs. on .Sat
urday evening of last week ami the even
in- following. The "entertainment"
was given in a small sitting room, at one
end of which was a door opening into a
cabinet about iivo by oiht feet. In
this cabinet there was 110 furniture ex
cept a small naked stand and a chair.
At about ei-ht o'clock the rotV.sor set
the ohair just to the riht of the door,
tacked it down w i(h strips of paper and
marked round tlie les with clialk to
prevent deception by moving it lrom
its lirst position. 'I'lti! professor v:is
then seateil in the ehair, a p;nr of lran
new handcuO's pl.'.ce.l upon hjs wrists
by a committee, the chuir passing
through the loop of a eoril lastt ned fci
tlie lo er round of the chain in such a
wav as to prevent him tYom r:titii; his
hands higher than his knees when
sitting. A ri n ur. a 1 oi 1 1 cim inches m
diameter, asmall harmoniplion (inouth
ortjan), and a little bt II, wcro then
placed upon the. stand. Tln iloor, in
an upper panel of whieh was an aer
ture some ten inches sijiiare, covered
with a curtain of black cloth, was then
closed. Immediatelj' when the door
closed we saw at I hi) aperture objects;
said to be tlie hands of spirits, thoituh
tlm li'.cht was turned down so low that-'
wis were not able to tell whether they
wire hands or not. Soon (he "harp"
commenced, lirst in irregular i;hostiv
strains, then struck up and "pUve'd
several line pieces romarkablv wt-ll
(he bell keepili.c t hue wit li the luu.MC.
Then there was clanking f chains and
a liciicral hubbub, after which, the door
w.ts opiiu il and tiie professor found
sittiu-4 ill t he sam-.' p; .:- ! i ill, b-el-.ed, t led
uid tast- uded as before, except that
On- rin' us
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f.vo y...-!. : - !. ':::. ir:,'t aid
I'n i :' 'act :;, I: ui a very narrow -s-
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I-.; Jones, Miv, Mini.-: I.-.r::lds,.lohn :
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Hi !i ir I: Oiii-. i-. 1 i i 1 ; 1 . ;ea. T. V.
l"e liiio, .1 oi.n ; T'oorMton, .Janes -, Wil
liam, Jane s CJt ; Yarwood, Tuomns;
Yarwooil, 1 wi.l.
If called for pleapi' say when "adver
tised." J. M. ilAOoN, 1. At.
llin Maukkis. Igal tenders, buy
ing Ni ; 'selling. ST'. Wheat in Ore
gon City has declhied(to j) cts ierbus.
Oat are worth ."!) cents per bushel;
butter ."' to :i7 cents pij-r pounil ; eggs :t
to 40 i-i'nts ier dozen ; hiekcns, sir"mg,
$2 Oi) per d-wii; grown, oO; dried
apples, .V'?.') 'j -ents per liomul ; plums,
dried, l-Kl-i -'ent's er jound : potatoes,-
rify cents per bushel : bacon,
sides, 12 c. per pound; hams, H cents
per pound; wool is wort It 'J2 cents per
Tu?si:ofa literary turn, and those
who wish to make au appropriate and
lasting Christmas gift, before investing
their money in things of a perishable
nature, siiouiit pry a visit to j. jv. GUI
it Co. at Portland, and make a selec
tion from their largo and welt' assorted
stock of good and useful books. Thev
also keeps on h ind all the best kinds
"of stationery, etc., to bo found in Port-
Ox Tuesday last, Mrs. lieinhardt, the
former proprietress of the.Cliff House,
gave to her guests and friends a fare
well dinner. The dinner was in cvery
:wav worthy of the good reputation
made by this lady during her stay
among us: and over the "ruddy wine,"
reirrcts at her departure, and good
wishes for her future were freely ex
A VnrsKNT. We0 are under obliga-
gations to Mr. J. M. F.aeon for
an Anthon's Tiatin-English and K11-
g'.ish-T.atin Dictionary, presented to
ti.u niii.i bv him. Mr. r.aco-.i hu.s
quite large stock of valuable miscel-lm.s.-iVij
l.ook-s -wb.i-.-h he r.roposes to
close Vnf on the lsth inst. Tliis will be
a r.i-e eh i!iee to T'Ulvhuse good books
at l. 'ss than lirst cost.
Pr.Ti:; Fur it. Some very line spec
ui us of dried fruits have been pent us
hv Mr. Sefu Iiowellen of Milwaukk
The irinish IV-antv" and "Tyson'
li ars are cxeeilctit varieties f'T drying,
while we p.n nouiu-e t'r.e "True tor
nian" prunes canal, if not superior to
can be found in tOo market
A Ciuna Wji-iMxn.-Mr. Al. Eppcr
iy and wJTf. of Ciuv-nuih, were agree
i! lv mi: : ;- .1 ca Vi d:;e-.d.v evening
. -m. i.y tlie g.-n reus prcfciit of a vr ry
--' i-Oil.e rli'Ml e;;t. C-
: n-.-irriei 1
1' V veil s D '1
." . o c ..'' :t 1 1
io::."h fun for
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ling t v ? v I ivo to eebbrate
ip, -i,r.!i:i:i.v.- Two younz men wore
;;i 1 .of iv onr 'it.v il'-eonl-r on Satnr-
.'; with 15--r-riWi v (.-
:is 1 v an
ivis !l ').!! ;-i an! (;;', a;-; ::!'::: r hi
;: ..-i.": t lie : !!;'! ' t !. v-- Ww.w -,
i! r . ? . r ;" . 1 bv wy es
;.u ! : ! r:1 li l-i y , titnl !i rv i si' ana cost,,
r : 1 1 " i i I ; i vi in t . V.V -.-t;;e-: :"
;; r,:- :;i this i ; i ; , 1 1 i:' tliero
should to a. recurrence, WI13 look out,
Itobert Morris found on the "hill," a
hat, pair of pantaloons, coat, vest and
shirt, and nolwdy inside of tliein. It
was thought to niake thisdiscoverv tlie
s ubject of scientific inquiry atthe'next
meetiiir of our sof.-iety, but asan empty
whisky bottle was also found near bv,
it is pi (-sumable that either the man
went on in spontaneous combustion, or
else he shrunk up into airy nothing
ness. All of our readers who intend mak
ing their holiday purchases in Portland
.should bear in mind that II. Li. Stone,
of 103 Front street, has the best and
cheapest stock of watches, silverware
ami jewelry to le found in tlie city,
lie has no plated ware, and everything
is guaranteed. Give him a call. "
A quarterly meeting will be held in
the M. E. Church, in this city, on next
Saturday and Sabbath, Dr. S. Dillon
presiding. Services on Saturday at 2
i. r., and preaching in the evening.
On Sabbath, love least atU4, preaching
at 10 ! and union services in tho even
ing. - i - - : ' i - ;
Mr: Al. Pkttyorove, well known to
many of our old residents in early times,
us a citizen of this county, is now edit
ing the Santa Harbara News, whieh
paper we consider one of the most val
uable on our list of exchanges.
1U.as;tin lias Ix'en going on for some
days back of town. Uion inquiry we
learn that Dr. Norris and A. C. liailey
liave men employed to deejen tlie
ditch and drain the lake upon the bluff
preparatory to some permanent im
provement in that vi jinitv.
Tin: Faik To-Xnm r. At the fair to
be held this (Thursday) evening at
Pope's 1 1 All under the auspiees of the
St. Paul's iiuihi, a premium will be
awarded for beaut v, to tho ladv who
gets the most votes to that effect."
IjOCKS. Parties nre still at work
clearing the remaining debris from the
canal anibloeks. There is nothing, how
ever, to impede navigation at this stage
of tlie water, and boats pass through
A Xuroiaofs Puitr.icAX. Mr. IT. K.
Chamberlain, our City Attorney, has
received from Governor C! rover tlie
document which makes him a Notary
Public for the State of Oregon.
Si:vk::i: AcnKNT.--A man named
Spencer, employed at ISroughton's saw
mill, caught his hand in the planer on
Wednesday last, losing thereby a
ihuinh ami i'ore-i'i nger. '
P.u-A.-Mr. Frank P. Council called
at our sanctum the other day "doking
ui'ually smiling. Wo soon learned
tho cause, which was a bouncing girl
hai v ;ti '-their house."
On last-'l'ucsday C. F. Mayhc-w was
1 r; u:;!:t Uj before KAco!-;!cr Athey,
.charged with selling Uouor without
license : case dismissed for want of
.;' ur i.si 1 ic; ion.
Komi: Aoain. M rs. llenian P.uck,
:'. i n:ci ly of this place, has been visit
ing fi icuds in t)rege:i Cit- for the last
Vv'iu: k .
Somt. of our ambitieus young men
ae.d iiicti!( youii:;- ladies have r-sMvei
'!r"-n niatrimiuiy, on 'or about Chiist-
T ?vl 1 si. Ai.s. (u C;: rist mas Kvo
there will be a raille at tho Ijarir.mn
;'o,!a for an elerz
V 1 ::::.!:, o;t : Wn iiur.T-Israel Rivers,
' !" 'iv-'! yon 1 i'jc, g home to
: 1 : i, , 1 ; i." -.
T:i ; I'iV .-iib ;it has nominated Hon
ib '. Thompson, of this city, as (Joy.
eruor of Idaho. Good for Dave.
Two Pacific Tilail steamers will run
every month between jih Francisco
Another lot of Chinese are en
route for Seattle.
Mr. Fletcher of. Tort Madison has
raised a 10 pound cabbage.
Scandinavians are rapidly filling
up the little town of Falls City on
The Methodist ministers of Utah
denounce Bishop Haven and tho
Methodist preachers of Boston for
nominating Grant for a third term.
Sailors are scarce on the Sound.
TheJ?acific Mail Co. wants 3,000
tons of coal a month from the Tal
bot Coal Company.
Tho fisheries at Mnlkiteo have
closed. They were not profitable.
100 tons of fish were taken daring the
A dispatch from Prescott, Arizona,
says the Iudians have stolen 11 head
of cattle from Geo. Ilance fc Bro,
and shot four more near Verde river;
also robbed the camp of Mr. Francis.
The scouts are in pux-suit.
Chief Justice White, Utah, delivered
a strong charge to the jury in the
Geo. llevnolds nolvframv cas mil.
ing for the enforcement of the law
01 congress as regards polygamy in
this Territory before further injury
is done to innocent women and
Children. The jury, this evening,
brought m a verdict of guilty, with
recommendation to mercy.
B. M. "Washburn, having bought
out his former partner, is now sole
proprietor of the Walla Walla Spirit.
The Territories have paid the fol
lowing amounts of internal revenue
for the fiscal year ending June 30
Idaho, $r.13G; Montana, 823,000;
Utah, ?31,r4.3; Washington, S2l'l4G
John lwans indicted in r:.i
county, Idaho, for the murder of a
man named Wilcox, tried to hang
nimseii wmi some xoweis, recently.
On the loth nit. Wm. McMahon
was found dead in his bed with an
ax sticking in jhis forehead, at the
Spokane bridge. An Indian is sus
pected. A Chinaman was robbed of 8800 in
coin and 8-00 worth of opium at
Walla Walla last week.
f The English ship Green Jacket ar
rived at Taecma on the 2d inst., to
load with lumber for South America.
She has inst made . the trip .from
; China, to San ' Francisco,' damaging
j her cargo badly. On the np trip she
lost one man overboard.
Barbara Xe-rs takes
ns. in tho following
i i.i'.i'opp-a 10
uilO:iK:Ut:i oT -
.steadily 1 'oe -a--
: c :.
J i l!-'". l;ft'.r fi;:d ,bb
markets are opening on the P.-aiiie.
Chiua, Japan, Iiivlia, Central Amer
ica, Mexico, the Russian territory,
anl tho isles of tho Pacific are 211
creasing their demanils for our
wheat and iiour, and must keep on
increasing them. Tlie use 01 rieo
is gra-lually giving way to the con
sumption of bread, ana each suc
ceeding year shows that our exports
of wheat anil flour to Oriental mar
kets are augmented. "Whenever tue
canals are frozen, "Western farmers
must either yield to the exactions of
railroad combinations or retain a
large portion of their crops for sev
eral months. This compels a more
urgent requirement for California
and Oregon supplies, and gives our
grangers a marked advantage.
A Vuluuljle Meclicul Treu.tiHC.
Hostetter's United States Almanac for
187G for distribution, gratti, throughout
the United States and all civilized coun
tries of the Western Hemisphere, will be
published about the first of January, in tlie
English, German, French, Norwegian,
Welsh, Sweedish, Holland, Iiohemian and
Spanish languages, and all who wish to
understand the true philosophy of health
should read and ponder the valuable sug
gestions it contains. In addition to an
admirable medical treatise on the causes,
prevention and cure of a groat variety of
illsoasos, it embraces a large amount of in
formation interesting to the merchant,
the mechanic, the miner, the farinur, the
planter, and the professional man ; and
the calculations have been made lor such
meridians as aro most suitable for a
correct and comprehensive National cal
endar. The nature, uses, anil ordinary sanitary
effects of Hostetter's Stomach "Hitters the
staple, tonic and alterative of more than
half the Christ ian world, tire fully set forth
in its pages, which lire interspersed with
pictorial illustrations, valuable recipes for
the household ami farm, humorous anec
dotes, and other instructive and amusing
reading matter, original and selected.
Among the annuals to appear with the
ojK?ning of the year, this will b. one of the
most us -ful, and may he had for the ask
ing. The proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter A
Smith, Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a two
cent stamp, will forward a copy by mail to
any person who cannot, procure one in his
neighborhood. The liitters are sold in
every city, town, and village, and exten
sively used throughout the entire civilized
SGLIil.VG OFF at reduced prices, for CD
days, the entire stock (which is larger and
better selected than ever), of Pry (.foods,
Clothing, boots, Shoes, Hats, Crockery,
Ha r?l ware, etc. Xow is your time to buy
the largest amount of goods for the smallest
amount of money, at I. Mclli u -'s.
Tho World Does not Coniain a. Medicine
thai will cur.' a ib's! ressing and dangerous
'ough or Coiil as ra pidly and certain ly sis
H.vr.K's Honkv ok HoKKiioirxn and Tau.
Dike's Tooihache Drops cure in one minute
If yen Ii;-ve si -ouji or cold, you are
ca rry i ;ig with ?". the of cixiinjioit.
It should be cured at once. Thousands
have already t hems -Ives with WlSTAn'S
r,.n.:iM or W'n.n Ciii.uiiv, which has
eur.'d the dise.-is ; 1:1 every stage.
IMTOUTANT. Kndo-.-sed bv the ?ileilic.'il
profession. UK. WM. HAI.I.'S P.AI.SAM
i-'UHTHK J.UN ;s cures V)ugis. 'old'- aril
Consul pt ion, and all disorders of th"
Throat and Chest. Hit. TOWLKY'S
TOOTH AC! IE AN'ODYNi: cures In one
MIX DTK. let i:
A Frd'raiit Iiv:ith uml Poarlv
- v . -1
.Yre easily ob! ai ned by cleansing your
teetli daily with that justly jiopular
dentifrice, OZOOOXT. Composed of
rare antiseptic herbs, it imparts white
ness to the teeth, a delicious aroma to
lli.no'l preserves- Pit-
the :s(on;::ch ', ill
teeth unless its ei
ieei.s are cour.lcr: ,-i e
with ZOZdDOXT, and th; pure too'.h
Wil.s'l J.roteet.s t!;e. (e.'ilL.o .s'.iriV;' -.s by
lemoviiig cvt-ry impuriiy that adheres
to them. Ask your druggist for ZOZO
DOXT. ?yThc National Jo!..l Medal was award
ed b braiiley & liiilot'son for the b.-st
I'hotorn phs in the United States, arid the
Vienna Medal for the best In the world.
4-J Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
Rev. Georgo II. Atkinson will hold
regular service' in the Congregational
Church, in this city, on the first and
second Sabbaths of each month. Morn
ing services at 10 o'clock. On the
first Sabbath at Holmes School House
at o o'clock, p. r.
M. IL Church Rev. G. W. Day, pas
tor, will conduct services on each .Sab
bath, at 10 A. M. Sabbath School at
1?4 P. M. Will preach at Holmes'
school house on the third Sabbath at
Baptist Church Elder Huff, pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath at 10H A. M.
Si 1 1 tula tt S2-l i-rl of- 1 T Tfi I'm in
ing every Wednesday eveningat7P.M.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church Morn
ing Service at 10 -30 A. r., and Evening
Service at 7 p.m. Sunday School and
Bible Class at 2 p. m. J. W. Sell wood.
In tho matter of the Estate of Mary Ann
"VTOT1CK ISHKREBYGIVEX, THAT
1 the undersigned has been this day
duly appointed Administrator of the es
tate of Mary Ann Kelly, deceased. All
persons havinpr claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same to
me for payment, accompanied by the
proper vouchers, within six months from
tho date of this notice, at the onico of the
County Clerk of Clackamas con nt v.Oregon.
WM. J. KEDIjY.
Oregon City, Dec. 9, 1S75. dec!7t.
HAS XO FlLLKIl STOCK OP
CI OUST MAS ntESENTS,
AND HOLIDAY GOODS GENERALLY,
Than can bo found at
WILLIAMS a HARDING'S,
Who keen as crood an assortment as can
be found in the State.
Iten-.eniljer the IMace.
Dec. ia, 1S7-3 :wl
THE SIIKRIFFOF fUCICAMAR CO
having completed vi-siting the various
1 recinets, would call the attention of the
tax-payers to the fact that he will be glad
to receive calls at his oili.--- from all parties
interested, that thev mav save expanses.
J. T. Ai'i-EMSOX, Sheriff.
Dee. 10 :lt
. lei : r Lr 1 LkuL'j
C .1 1
I . 4 1 A . C i
W 1, '-
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Their Stool: Com; ris3
KI -. nt Gift Hooks,
.Standard Worits, .luvenfle IJooUs,
Family ltibles, (uuinioa Prayer
Hooks, IIa;t-'s Hihles, ltsia
Uatlivr Gomls IavKr (iames,
And such other things as mako
T Orders from out of town promptly
Prices of Hooks furnished on application.
1 lee. 10, 1875 :w4
Okeoon Citv, Oreprou, Pee. 7, lS7o.
4 T A ItfXiUbAK MKKT1N'(J OI-'THK
City Council of Oregon 'ity, held 1 cc.
6th-, ls7o, the lollowinj; resolution was
JicxoTrctt, That a special City election bo
held on t he 'juth day of lieccmbcr. 1S7 , to
determine the question as to whether the
Council shall levy a special tax of on-e and
one-halt' mills, for t he purpose of purchas
ing -lmt feet, of carbolized hose.
Jlexolvfl, That these resolutions be pub
lished in the Oregon City Kntekckise tor
V. O. MeCOWX, flavor.
C. Atiiev, Itecord'-r. dectw2
VIA. PERSONS KN'OWIXd TIIEM
selves to b. indebted to me, will please
call ii round and settle ui, as the end of the
yeariselos.t at hand. 1 want to close up
my accounts for 1s7-j.
Ilec. ,1, 1S75 :tf
VS TIIK bASTS.vrUUD.VY IX DECEM-l-r
will be Christmas day, I appoint
the Saturday previous (December ISth) as
the day for -the public examination of
teachers of Clackamas county. -The ex
amination will be held in the )re;rii City
Seminary, bcjrinnini;- at il o'elok A. m.
All applicants will Vlcasu furnish their
own stat ionery.
Teachers wiil pieasi t a !n notice that 1
have r.-ceived from tho Slaie Ki perinfend
ent. blanks for teachers' reports, which
llu.'Vf.-i.u nU.-iin b- caliiriir, or s -ndi n lor
them. JOHN. V. St:r.f.NVO()l,
Con :it y School Su p -ri at endent.
Oregon City, Dee,
The Tliilost:iV -i i!oaUr'i. The
stomach, th" 'towels and th' liv r are re
sponsible for ( very pan,: ihat racks the
lu-.-e!. Ite.milate, tone and hariiionizo the
action of the.- sillied crnir with
I . . j i ; . i : ri . ' i i ; t
and yon car- t coie.pl.i mt at, Ps sourc,
SOld) VA AT J. l!:l( ICTSTS.
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Cm; FifM" ClTV,
in 1 cr :a. 1 -7",
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a: i .
e !;e m
OWKN WAD!,, Ti.'Mrr.
T. Tt. II A IC 1 1 SOX, Kvrrivrr.
Dec. 3. lS75:w!
(.H'C-ssor to Jacob Wort man)
Grj j" fx j
the old stand, the largest and most
comnlete stock of family
GROCERIES AMD PROVIS'.GfaS
Of every description, including Canned
Ooods, Spiees, (ireen Groceries, Tobacco
and Cigars, in fact, everything to be found
in a first class (irocery store.
K(roods delivered to all parts of the
City Free of Charge.
B"IIighest Cash price paid for Potatoes,
Oats and other Produc".
Nov. 25, 1S75. tf.
OREGON CITY THE RIVAL OF BOSTON.
TO MAKE, EVENTUALLY, OREGON
City the rival of Boston in the art of
Music, all that is needed is a gcod teacher,
and everybody to patron izo him. Now is
the chance. Prof. Seliger 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 aftornoon, at Prof. Pope's
school room, from 4 to 6 o'clock. He is also
arranging a singing 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 be on hand
when the great
OREGON CiTY PEACE JU3ILEE
shall take place. For particulars apply at
Mr. Levy's or Mr. Selling's store, or at
his residence at the Clin House.
Nov. 19, 1S75 ;m 1
In the matter of ho Estate of Currin T.
-VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
1 undersigned that he has been appoint
ed by the County Court of Clackamas
county, .State of Oregon, Administrator of
the estate of Currin T. Klmbtey, deceased,
and that all persons havingclaims against
the said estate, are hereby required to pre
sent the same, with proper vouchers, to
him at the office of L.T. Rarin, attorney-at-law,
at Oregon City, Clackamas county,
state of Oregon, within six months from
the date of this not ice.
L. T. Rarin, Administrator.
Attorney for Adrn'r.
Oregon City, November 19, 1375 :wl
OREGON CITY BREWERY.
3 TAV I Vf PTT n r TT A s. vh ii t-1
M S. ed the above P.rew- i.
ery wishes to inform the nublic that he is
now prepared to manufacture a No. 1 qual
I, AG EH Ii JiJilZ,
as good as nn be obtained anywhere in
the State. Orders solicited and' promptly
g R C? a ft J
K 2 L i
Suvicr fc Co.
Keen f onst ant ly on band for sale Flour,
MiddUn p.rati aitd Chicken 1-V-ed. Parties
r-urciiasii-g fc-ou iiust XarniehtLe sack.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
4 -r -
f K HAVE T1IF. FOLLOWING KEAL
Estate fwr sale.
No. 1. Desirable building block i:i Oregon
No. 2. 1'U Acres, rood lionse, ntnl born
full of hay ; s' acres aiu cu it i vat ion,
orchard, good -vnt'-r: 1 m i - s i rom
Oregon City. Price half down.
No. 3. r--U Acres, 7 in cub ivat ion -.bouses,
barns, well, Ac. : good orchard: 0
miles from Oregon City. Price ?I,-V.vt;
halt down. .Sell half j.laco at same j
No. i. Acres, 21 acres under cultiva
tion, 3 acres orchard, good running
water; 12Ti acres open brush land: :i
mile from scliool house ; S miles from
Oregon City. 1,5th); half down, bal
ance in one and two years.
No. 5. Part of all the r,rber farm, on t he
river at Kock Island above Oregon
City ; io i-r acre.
No. 0. .Land on tho river abovo Oregon
City, choap; part or thy Parber claim;
good wood yard.
Other desirable bargains In Clackamas,
the best county in the State.
Any sne having money to lend can have
our services, inn oi cnarge, in managing
the same and select ing securities.
Persons wanting lo oorrow moin ran
get favorable terms by calling on us.
JOHNSON'S; BWOWX, nml
JOHNSON, MiCOH'N AH.VCKtM.
Offices in Ore-yon City and Portland.
Nov. 12. lS75:tf
WILLAMETTE HORSE BY.
(i. Y. AVALLLXG &
Fruit and Ornamental
Treeii, Evrjreens, C.rajje
Vines, Siali: Fruit, Itescs
mid Shrubs, Cultivalcil anil for Sale
AT 1 Ol'H NUP.rSllHV,
All orders left at P.arlow A Puller's our
agents in Oregon City, will be prompt ly
r J i ! r
(XAY T1IF. HUmIKST PIUCK FOU
JL WHKA'i', titafi times, at (lie
Orogon City iViiiis?,
And have on hand
FEED :mcl FLOUI1
to set! at mnrlcet rates. Parlies desiritirr
Peed, must funds',! s:te!cs. novlJ't
I ITT r-TT T 1 i .
;-::.v civkn that
( ;! -i' hi -n to 1 rust, a n v
. I v,-i!l ;.:iy no bill.;
.iie bv any el '.: r per-
r all p. rs.eisare
person on my ;er .-,1,
cmi r.'.cted in r.y
son t ha n m;. sei.'.
Orgon Ci'y, Nov
C, ! -.: :!t.
i. a a
One door no
i of Aclvcrman P.ros.
s me.de and r epairo-.l a:
Pools and shoe:
C'.ie:; p -j t h-" c! ca
Nov. 1, ls7o ;tf
;r.r p. :nt
:, l-!Lelv OC
. ycr. rs.
' ', y It it
S. n is. is n l
Any one d,
spe-aiiid ';' i
a nee, wi!!
Nov. ',, Jl
on" r isior
. ! i red r -su t
W . C. Jv!
ure tor I '
su'"d t- t
ord' ri ' 't'
: is jir:r:r-:;iv citvt-:N t-iat
is ui'1.- m i.'. v ::i t!i" City T" es
. paym.-n oi' all City Oiders
r.x date. Inter-';;! on Ml 'it.v
:vr.;ett nrieir ut !i is d-.t wiH ceas-.'.
Ciiy lie a surer.
Or.-gon City, Nov. -1, 1S75.-W4
A il n: i :i i ra! r i x's Sotir.
rpiIK UNPFdlSIGNEn HAVIXt' PKKN
1 appointed by the Hon. County Court
of Clackamas county, in the State of Ore
gon, Administratrix of the estate of Henry
Sprague, deceased, late of said county, all
persons havingclaims against said estate
are required to present them to me With
the proper vouchers within six months
from the date of this notice, at the office of
Johnson t McCown, lawyers, in Oregon
Citv. in said county.
Oregon City, Oct. 23, 1S73. 4w
STILL IN' THE FIELD!
REMOVED SCGfcD DOOR SOUTH GF
WILLIAMS a HARDING,
KFFP THE rOST COMPLETE STOCK
of Family Orocerles to be found in the
citv All goods warranted. Goods delivered
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
nricc paid for country produce.
Oretfoa City, March 28, 1S73.
In Justices' Court for Oregon City Precinct,
Clackamas county. Oregon.
Thomas Wheeler, plaintilT, vsv John 11.
Con ley, defendant.
To Jem nil. Con ley, the above named de-
TNnTHEN'AMEOFTHE STATE OF OR
1 ccon you an? hereby required to appear
ana answer the complaint filed against
vou in the above entitled action, on the
dav following t he expiration of six weeks
from the first publication of t his summons,
to-wit - on Friday, the 31st day of Decem
bZ? 1S7 a ; 10 o'clock a. r ; the lirst j.ub
lica'tion of this summons being on I- riday,
November llth, 1S75, If you fad so to
answer" the plaintiff will take Judgment
Stvm. for ?iW0O,nd for costs and
diffia.nmonS is published by order of
thcVvhove named Court, entered November
t he above na
Nov. 19 :w6
HUEIAT & EASTIIAM,
Att'ys for Plaintiff.
Tn the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon.
. I '111 f x-
for Claciiamas ' ' .
E. J. Colbath, Plaintiff,
Louis Panl, Defendant. -To
Tuii Saal.t li defendant above named :
TV THE NAME OF THE 1ST ATE OK
I "(rcon vou are required to appear and
nrcrthc complaint filed against you in
?nVXve ent itled suit in whicb E. J Col
bat li is plaint iir nnd Ix.uis.Saal is defend
ant l v the first day of the term of this
Court next following the expiration of six
weeks from the date of t lv first publica
tion of this summons : said term ot curt
mmVneinson the -It h Monday in April,
A l 15, and the said lint publication
hereof being on Friday, December :. . Wo :
i,.' .!..,-.. ,ir.Ti will vxao notice that if li
f..il so tf appear and answer, for want,
ti eref. the' plointiir will . apply to tho
Court for the relief d-mamied in the com
olaint to--vit: for a decree for the sain of
ih in "old coin, and for the foreclosure
of"a certain mechanics' lien to secure t he
paviiK-ni. of said sum. wu:cli plamtiu
holds on a certain building belonging to
vou, and known as the I.uis baal lwe.st.aur
Knt building, situate m Mock -., in (Jn-gon
Citv, ( lackamas couaty, Oregon : tog.-, n,-r
with vour int. rest in the land upon winch
said building is Sitn.it'""-
TbH smnmons is pnbhshcu by order of
said Court, czitt r..dOe;.,. rJ. A. !.....
1.. L. i -. Ii.vM.
Dec. S, 1373 .-wo Ait'y for i'luintiil.
T K H m I AL. I 0 CI M H' '
"3 kmhrS2 e
- pi.".";.". ! "
--ill Ct!tCOi. MA-
:ara F.-'.l!, Pilt s';urg, Pmi.ui. Ipiua,
Nioatr.'.i!, i'u l)-c, N .-' York, I'oj.ton.or
any pobit- Ka.st, .should buy th ir
1 ii . V N5 C i M I SI I M' A 1 . TICK i-lT S
ic i l'H.cer iiuvtif,
A O I tT S 1-1 V UST i : R s
Tl A ILWA'Y.
j t;;is. is the i:kt uoutk east. ,
i Its track is of STEEL PAILS.andon it lias !
, been made the fastest time that, uas ever
lnien MADE in this country. I'.y this route
na as,-Hirers for ioints east ol Incago nave
t-Iioi'-e of the follo.'.i;s;'-iines fro:y Chicago;
liy the i-'itlsbury, 1'or! V.'siyiic nnd
fiji.-iiro ml i'cit usylva ma Uuiiwuyi:
D THIJOI. c;u IK A I.N. "a li.uia ,wnn i uu-
man Palace Cars t h rough to l'hiladel-
phia and New York on each train.
a THKOUOH TRAIN, with Pullman
I'alaca Cars to I'.altmioro ruu asu-
It.- tlio L.nl;o Shoro inA Mtcliljfuu
Southern ICuilway ami iiiiteciiuji
(New York, (cut ru.1 uuu Xirio llu.it-
THHOTTttll TRAINS DAILY, with
?i Palace lira wing Koorn atil Silver Pal
ace Hleei ing Cars through to New York,
lty tiis? Mictiiican Contra 1, Ormid
'r'-rmili, -i-ij ilVsf'-i ii iul Krie and
Xpw Vovlt t't-iitvitl iiaitwsiys:
O TIIIIOPOII TKAIXS, with Pullman
f 1 'a lace J-rawing lloum and Sleeping
t'.uv tlirongh to New York, lo Niagara
Palls, P.uir.ilo, Koclu-stt r or New York city.
IX y Knit i more ami Oiiio Jtaitroad J
fc5 TIII-OFOH TItAINS IA1LY, with'
..- Pullman Palace Cars lor Newark,
.anesville, Wlieelifig, Washington and
lUiitimoru without change. -
This Is (he PIlCdlTEST, P.EST and onlv
line runningPullman ceU-hrateil PALACE
SLLKI'lNiji CAliS AND ( ) A C 1 1 1-:s, con
necting with V'n'u.n Pacific Railroad at.
OM Al 1 A and from the WEST, via 'brand
Junction, Marshall, Cedar Rapids, Clinton,
Sterling and 1-ixun, for CHICAGO AX JJ
1'ilK JO A ST.
This jiopular route is unsurpassed for
Speed, Comfort and Safety. The smooth,
M-dI-ba I lasted and perfect, track of steel
rails, t he.celebrated Pullman 1 'a lace sleep
ing Cars, t he perfect Telegraph System of
moving trains, the regularity with which
they run, the admirable arrangement of
running through cars to Chicago from all
points West., secure to pass'-ng'-rs all the
comforts in modem Railway Traveling.
No ehang.; of Cars and no tedious delays
Pass mgrrs will find Tickets via this FA
vorite Route at tie (sieve i-al Ticket Ollice
of tie' Central Pacific Railroad, Sacramen
Ti.-:- ts for sale
in ail the Ticket Ofaee.s
f t he Central
W. II. STEXNETT,
t.:en. I iis. Ai'iif .
MARTIN IIF'-'HiTT, ;en. Sap.
M. P. sj AN i wj , c;.n. n.l Agency, 121
Moii(.;omer st reel, Mm Francise..
"Aug. ! i:ly
' m n r -f
S ii IL. W i J
Will 1 av
evei-v da v
A M. R
( REO(N CITY for P HITLAND
IF.xcej t Sunday, 1 at 7 o'clo;
turninur, will leave Portland for
i y at 2'i o'eloek, V. M.
Will lonvo ( RJ2 .)N CI1
overv Jlotulay at-.d Tlitir?
V.-iil leave ORWJfiN CITV for fcMINN-
Vli.T.K. LAFAVF.TTF. a nil inY'j'OX, and
all points h. v i.,-;it evry e'otid.iy, Wed
nesday and Friday of cadi week. Leaves
tiie r.asin a! S o'cl. e:.-, a. m., a nil connect
with the train at Ca :u tna- al !', A. m.
N t 'i'i'V
c.tid :;il i
temieili ite points
in i i o "IAi i i on.
Leaves olilviox Cll V for ALl'.ANV&nd
nil intermediate j.oints !t t ween twici; ev
ery wek. .1. 1. IiiLl-;s, Agent,
Oregon City.IVbruar;.-, 11. isTI.
J-APJU.ST RECEIVED THE LAR'.JEST
FALL flHD WSKTER GOODS
ever imported to Oregoti City, which he
offers at grea.t ly reduced prices. 3Iytock
Has J,been largely increased and f can
show as handsome a line of rvfady-nwade
goods in Men a nil Roys' Rusiness and
I.iress .Suits, Coats, etc., as can be found
in the country, ami at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DZPARTKEKT
Is filled with a splendid assortment of all
the lending styles and fashionable shades
iIpliairs, French and 5
American Dress UootU
Plaid, Plain and()jera Flannels, of all col
ors. Pleached and Unbleached Cotton
Liadi.'s' and Genls' I'liflrnvarr,
Shnn U nnd fitarfs,
Wool lil.i liJUct s.
Travel injr Satcliel.-s,
llat s n m! fa pt,
Oil Clatli for
Floor and Tiilile.
BOOTS and SHGE,
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and Roys' San Francisco
Roots, which I have sold for a number of
years past with perioral satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FARM 1 HQ UTENSILS,
Choice Teas, Canned Ooods, and all choic
All at Low Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL ASD CARMAN ISLAND SALT.
Highest Frice aid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which .1 shall pay tho hlL'b.est cash
price. 1. 8ELLINO.
Oregon City, Sept. 30 1875. tf
LIVERY,' FEED, AND SALE
tl' r jr a " jr K7i
rflHE FNDEIi-KJXFlll'PtOPIlIETOU OF
i the Livery stable on I- nt h s! rcet.Oregon
City, Oregon, k.-c ps constantly on hand
yugeTifS C 'H i iagi-s
and IJii-gyy Iforscs.
c .-: W o n ? on : x 11 o.
1 ii y ii u w -
Hear, kor 1 "vviil speak of excellent
.'OKS'S EXTRACT Tlio great VcKetable Pnla
lestrejer. lias bcea in nse over thirty,
years, and for cleanliness nnd prompt cura
tive virtues cannot be excelled. M
CHUCSEH. No family can afford to be without
Pond's Kx-trart. Accidents, lXriiisM.'
Conuisions, Cuts, Sprains, are relievea
almost instantly by external application.
Tromptly relieves pains or llurnn, Scald,
Kxcoriallons, C Uallngw, Old tSores
ItoilN, Felons, Corns, etc. Arreeta ia
fiamation, reduces 6wellijij-s, stops bleeding,
removes discoloration and heals rapidly. .
FEMALE WEAKNESSES. It always relieves pain
m t lie bac k aud loins, fullness and pressing pain
in the heml. nansea, vertigo.
IS LEUC0RRKCA it baa no equal. All kinds of 1
rerutioui, to which bidiei are subject are
L promptly cured. Fuller details iu took accom
pany ins each bot tie.
PHtS blUulor b'.certinjr meet prompt relief
and ready cure. No case, however ctuonic or
ohstinatc, can lonj; lvsist its regularuse.
VAniGCS E VEIKS. It is the only eure cure for
this uistrest-iiiL' and d:uigerous condition.
KIDKEY DISEASES. R tiari no equal forpurm
lientcure. BLEE9IKS from any causo. For this Is a apc' .
cilic. It has ttaved hundreds of lives when all
other remedies failed to arrest blsodlng from
ikwc. utoinnrh, Inn, aud clsewber.
RHEUMATISM, REURALOIA, Touthch. mm
KarHCtie uretul oXik.it rJ.vd, and oftsa pBa
PHYSICIAHS of all schools who or acqoslaUit
Willi I'und's Kxtruct of Witch llasrl rc
onimenditin their practic. V.ehaveleitersoX
commendation from, hundreds c l'hvsiciiuia,
many of whom order it lor use in their own
practice. In addition to the foregoing, they
order its uso for f-iwlliiurs of fdl kinds,
Quinsy, Sure Throat, inllamctl Tonsils,
Simple aud chronic lirrlir-a, Calnrrh,
for which it is a specific,) Clobliint, KronV
cd Fccr, .Stings of IiincrtM, 3!oHqnifoM.
etc., thsvppctl Hands, Face, and indeed
nil mnnn cr of skin diseases.
TOILET USE. Removes Soreness, Konshnen,
and J-iiiiartinff ; heals Cuts, J'rcptionk,
nnd Ii:i!let). It rieT inviwra'rs, and re
freshes, while, wonderfully improving tho
TO FA8i.SS. Pond's Extract. No Stock
F.reetier.no LivervJJan can afford to be without
it. It is used by all the Leading Livery Stables.
Htrcet l'ailroa"ds and first Horsemen in New
York City. It has no ce-ial for Sprainx, liar
ii ess or Saddle t'lmliiifru, Still'neM,
Scratches, WwellinBs,CutK, Lareratioan,
Itlecdin'r, Pneumonia, Colic, J)inrrbrm
Cliills, Colds, etc. Its range of action is nde,
and the relief it affords is so prompt that it la
invaluable in every Farm-yard as well as In
every Farm -house. Let it be tried once, and
von will never be without it.
BAUTIOM. Pond's Kxtract has been Imitated.
The genuine article has the words Pend's Ex
tract blown in each bottle. It is prepared by
the only persons living who ever knew how
to prenare it nronerlv. Refuse 11 other rre-
parations of Witch llaztl. This is the only
article used by Physicians, and in the hospi
tals of this conntrvand Fnrrx
HISTORY AK0 USES OF POND'S EXTRACT,
m p-imphJct form, sent free ou application to
P2KD'S EXTRACT CO MP AMY. as Maidea
Lane, New York.
Is yourtlmo to buy goods nt low rrlcos.
33X7.0T HE n S
are now receiving a large stock of
FALL mU WIMTER GOODS,
nil of tho Iatcst SStjlcs, Mhich will sell
, AT LESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
ur stock has been bought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
;5.vii-i s- u . t..
A U C8SCO COST.
l Tl-l V jr.L SAY T F.VKllYnohY F,E
tt lor.' you iurehasf or go to I'orl land,
corn" a n I rii.: our ; .oiis ami convinco
yours --1 f ilia; . d.j what we say. Our stock
consist s in i;irt f
Fancy and Staple
Dry (Joods, Clothing,
Hats, Loots and Shoes,
Ladies ami Gents n
Notions, Grot .
anil a great many other art icles too nunier
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
"Wo will also pay th Highest Mark
Oregon City. Rcpt. 2:3, 1S75 tf
CLEAR CREEK, CLACKAMAS COUMT.
TI1ESIUE TO INFORM MY OLD Cus
tomers, and the public at large, that I
have just received a new supply of
BOOTS and SHOES,
C UTLER Y, HARD WARE,
And 0tlicr Miscellaneous Goods.
All of which I now offer for sale at tho
LOWEST MARKET RATES.0
My object is to toll all my old friends and
customers that I am still alive, and desir
ous to sell goods Cheap, KOR CASH, or
upon such terms as agreed upon.
I shall also have in my employ a: thorough
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
and constantly keep stock on hand for tho
Manufacture & Repair of Boots & Shoci,
and all ord.-rs in that line will be promptly
attended to. m M AXTOOX.
New i' '10 Viola Mills.
SHQALWATER BAY 0YSTEHS.
-5 FAMILIES PE Pro ED AT "to
i ukk toil. Served IH )
""u ' C. F. MAYIIEW,
Nv. 1, 1S75 f, rwCGH
h .' D : A