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OREG'J.YTIIT, ORECO., Jl. 7, 1570.
v The taiuil leii.ler is at Victoria.
. Wheat at McMiunville So cents.
The Pacific - Mail Co. is testing
The statuo ofv-Napoleon ha3 been
replaced 011 the Yeudome column.
The President of Venezuela in
tends to visit the Centennial.
S2,4(fo,000 will be the gold yield
for 1875 in British Columbia.
Monlton sties JJeechcr for $50,000,
for malicious prosecution.
They had a hurricane at Little
Hock last week.
Buffalo's City Treasurer has de
faulted and lied.
There is to be a general election in
Spain on the 20th inst.
Boston's base ball club holds the
championship for 1875.
The Victoria Postmaster, Henry
"Wootton, died on Christmas.
Salem has a magician who pre
tends to be deaf and dumb. This is
a capital trick.
The Oregon horse Poster is train
ing for the great four-mile race in
California, at Sacramento.
Walker, the California Vinegar
Bitters man, is being sued by his
former wife f 3r 100 a week alimony.
A Frenchman named Charles La
Garlierlo has been instituting bogus
Masonic Lodges in Boston.
The kingdom of Siam will expend
8100,000 in displaying its products
and industries at the Centennial.
In case of foreign intervention in
Cuba, our government will enfolce
the Monroe doctrine, it is said.
Mrs. Alvinza Ilavward, the wife of
a San Francisco millionaire, has com
menced suit for divorce.
Stage robberies are becoming un
pleasantly frcqnent around Mavys
Two 1-iirrels of whisky addressed
to Marshtield, Coos Co., were found
floating in Barclay Sound.
On tho lGth inst., the Indiana
editors intend visiting, in a body,
the Centennial buildings, q
Nearly all tho Berlin papers have
withdrawn their unfavorable reflec
tions on America.
Coswell. the editor of the Vindica
tor, shot K. L. Patterson, a member
of tho Louisiana Legislature, on the
20th ult. o
On and after January 1st the Anglo-American
(ocean) telegraph tar
iff, for general news items, is 25 cents
gold pe r word.
The National ltii'e Association of
(rival Britain has accepted the chal
lenge of tho New York Association
to shoot at the Centennial.
A subscription is being raised at
Stay ton for the purpose of building
a bridge across tho S.iutiam at that
Tiio Willamette Transportation and
Locks Company have incorporated
with a capital stock of 81,000,000, in
shares of 100.
. A dispatch from Wilkcsbarre says
that a tire damp explosion took place
there on the M0h ult., killing three
boys and wounding many more.
A torrifi'! hurricane has swept over
the Philippine Islands. Two hundred
and fifty lives were lost, and o,800
The steamers Bonanza and Citycof
Salem had a race on tho upper river
some time since, in whicb the latter
is said to have come out sixcond best.
A deaf old gentleman, living near
Jefferson, while sitting con the rail
road track, last week.was struck by
the engine, and died from the injuries
825,000 worth of prizes will be
offered by the American Biile Asso
ciation for competition (in which all
foreign teams are expected to join)
at the Centennial. 0
At the instance of Senator Mitchell
uio mau service on the route between
Oakland and Gardner, Oregon, has
been increased from weekly to semi
weekly, the service to begin Jan. 1G.
The jury in the case of Mrs. Sarah
J. Montgomery, indicted with Dan.
Smith in connection with the robbery
of the gold dust from the mails, on
last Thursday night returned a ver
dict of not guilty, an I tho defendant
was accordingly discharged.
At the anniversary of tho surren
der of tho Hessians at Trenton, on
tho oOth ult., 1 ,000 militia men joined
in a mock battle at Trenton. The
American and foreign oflieers of that
engagement were all personated.
The Seattle TrVmns says; Goodall,
Nelson & Perkins, in their telegraph
ed announcement withdrawing their
steam ".s from thii northern route,
pay a tribute to tho power of the
iii.'h is as deserved ai it is
yiv. Five 11 m lor, the great 'wheat
liinjj of (! ilif rnia, and one of the
ablest m :i in that State, is livin"
with his family at tho n v Palace
Hotel in Sati Francisco 3-vith a snite
of twelve rroms and at a cost of s30 -000
A Denver reporter has gleaned
from the Auditor's books of Colorado
tho following live stock statistics:
The horse in tho Territory number
IVS, ;:,), valued at l,S2:i.026. nnd the
mules li.T.'ri, rained at 10,21:1.
TU-n-o are X1 .VjI.V horned cattle, vab
ned at !? l.U?:. -100, n of sheep
there are 4 21.1177 hoid, upon which a
, valuation of sn101:1 is tixed.
Tito .V .
weekly review of
reports that ln.r.T0
imports sineo tho !
1st of December kept prieas lowr. ;
h t wj cannot expect imports toovi
tlnuo while tho r.iks are so low. 'l'h&
l!iinos.s in Er.ropo ip sea.s-.tiil.lv
uuil, ana priues are Dareiv ma-.nttm-
en. - ai x-a i, buu
miikviU, Itour has
frAe, r"1.! vhnft
va-.l Wv. -i .1 iv -
: . . : . . i . -.
'a ilv"p;ieil a
i ; u n
All is quiet along the Sonora bor-
On Wednesday Dan Smith alais
Andrew Harmison, was sentenced by
Judge Deady to eight years confine
ment ip the State penitentiary.
Counterfeiting money is getting to
be one of our most important indust
ries. In Brooklyn recently ten mil
lion dollars in counterfeit greenbacks
The chief reason why a Chicago
hotel doesn't have spittoons in the
office is "because it seems a burden
on the public to have to spit any
where except on their shirtbosoms."
" Marry Cheese is in the St. Louis
jail." How are the mitey fallen!
jut pernaps ner arrest was smear-
kase " of mistaken identity.
William B. Astor's father-in-law
was Maj. John Armstrong, the man
who wrote the Newburg letters urg
ing Washington to make himself
King at the close of the Involution.
Henry Wilson's secretary has in
his possession all the materials for
tte concluding chapters of 'The Rise
and Fall of the Slave
Power in the
THOMAS CHARM AN
DESIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
ol Oregon City and of the Willamette
alley, that he is still on hand
business on the old motto, that
A Nimble Six Pence iv Better than a Sloiv
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
whore I purchased one of the
LARGEST APiQ LEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
ever before offered in this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots and Shot's,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps, q
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, I.adies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy NT
Rope, Faming tions of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
MOST C O M PLET K
ever offered irt (his market, and was seleted
with especial care for tin1 Oregon City trade.
All of which I now offer for sale at the
Lotvest Market Ra'es.
No use for the ladles, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods for
I am Di'ti-rviitHtl to Sell Chtup and not to
allow myself to bo
UNDERSOLD IN THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay.
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience c
in Oregon City enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
and se2 for yourselves that the old stand of
THOMAS CHARM AX
cannot, be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless for me to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you in the sale of
roods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
foiiic, nnJ S:T,aJhl Exuiiiiiic for Yourselves
for I do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old friends now
that lam still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed uon. Thanking all for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
TIIOS. CHAR MAN,
-j Main Street, Oregon City,
Tejral Tenders and Con tit v Scrip taken at
market rates. THO.S. CHARMAN.
50,000 lbs wool wanted by
? Oregon City and
prepared to furnish
THE CITIZENS OF
vicinity that he Is
FI3, S?RJSEAND CE9A3 LUMBER
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooring, CViliiijr, Hustle,0
Sprue-, (for shelving), bitttlrc,
Pickets, and PenctwPosts, Cedar,
Constantly on ham.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on the shortest nofie-, at as low a rates as
it can be purchased ia the state
Give me a call at the
OllKGON CITY SA H' MILKS.
Oregon City, June 10, l.STo :tf
Town Lots for Sale.
-OTICKISC.IVEXTO AT.T, PERSONS
,t ,V-'s,ro,i" of purchasing Town I,ots in
the t.ounty addition to Oregon Citv Clack
amas county ( )r -gon, that ate now 'owned
ry iiaekamas con.iHy, that application for
the purehav wiil be received bv ihe Clerk
in vaent,, r. ,.f t he . v,m,v ( ouri, and acted
-on by the Court in tern, tin.e, and value
piaced on tho lots to be sold
t . J. M. FRAZER,
J:"1-1-1. County Clerk.
0a the MeKinzie PJver. Lan Co., Oregon,
A ('HIRMIXG SnniFR RFnnx
rilHRSE SmiXOS ARR T.OC VTKl)
L about nttv-tive miles e-.c "
e r'- l ..a hl" t,ni mil" of thook'brat
ed r.i4 Prameof ,he Mck'inz.e. TheV : re
withma few hundpedyai-dof Hors-cVe r
ae8rllth....s,T.::4s. The ,Milll..s, ,
most i-iotii,,,,. so-r. -rv ,.f the North Pa
etne. 1 hay IhM.s,, i iiding, he
b-t are...,.-oe.e:..ns of nv S.iri,e's in
il.lsi,-.ri oltho st,...., ry bath ho ,se is
n-.v, and i .-.instructed v.ah reference to
V'u.T'V.ff. "r11"8 fm "
i : h!lv(' :,n "P'lin.t vapor
bath r..om eonstrue.-.i ..ej.r ,
the.priu- and in n tl t hincs., I rroiKiseto
k.-epun ithih9 demand for r.n iotlt,,
Hon of thU kind. mstltu-
m iv .. !.. i.-r n . A.,-,
' n gr w-j
.3 is. q-, n
Volumes of Jfjusic
Among the many thousands of Rallads
and Piano Pieces that we publish, there
are some that are noted for their great
beauty and lasting qualities. We have
made a careful selection of these pieces
and offer them in book form, as follows :
Mother Goose Melodies. TTeant ifully il
lustrated. (Ask for Novello's Kdition.or
von will get a cheap photograph copj'.
fl 9) in boards; full gilt. t 90
Sfinii T.ijflit.4. A collection of Sacred
Songs. ?1 75 in boards; cloth and gilt,
Golden J.e.-ive. Vols. I. and IT. A col
lection of Songs and Choruses, by W. s.
If a vs. Kaeh vol, $1 7-5 in boards ; clot h
and gilt. ?2 50.
Ilfiirlh nmt Home, Sweet Somiiln nnil
Firenitle Kelioea. Three vols, of choice
Home Songs, by Hays. Hanks, etc. Kaeh
vol. 1 75 in boards; cloth and gilt,?2 50.
Priceless Gems. A fine collection of Songs
by Wallace, Thomas, Keller, etc. SI 70
iri boards ;cloth and gilt, $2 50.
Peter' HonselioPI Melodies. Vol. I.
Containing all the latest and beSt songs
bv Ha vs. Hanks, Thomas, Stewart .(about
la.) songs). ?S in boards ; cloth and gilt,
The 0iirii nt IIi:ie. A collection of
Standard Opra Songs, selected from over
2") Operas. J) in boards ; cloth and gilt,
Grvman Vnlksliciler Allmm. 10 songs,
with Eng. and Oer. text. ?2 50.
Meixllessoini's 7i Soiiys. Elegent folio
edition. Full gi'.t, $S 5a.
The sam" for a deep voice, in 2 vols. 8vo,
each, i2 50 in paper; cloth, 53 50.
St liirtna mCs Vot-jil Allium. 30 songs,
with Kng. andOer. text. ?2 50 in paper;
full gilt, $5 50.
Sniiliirht of Soiiir. A collection of Sacred
and Moral Songs, beautifully illustrated
by the Pros. Dalziel. Full gilt, 51.
Fairy Finders Peavl Driips, 3Ia;ir
irt le and Voiuiir Pianist. Four col
lections of easy Piano Music for young
(layers, most, of thepiecs being without
octaves. Kaeh vol.51 75 in boards; cloth
and gilt, 52 50.
Mnsi!il Itetie.i 1 ions. A collection of
banc Music. r 51 75 in boards ; cloth and
gilt, 52 50. c
Golden Chimes. A choice collection of
Parlor Music, by Ch. Ivinkle. 5175ln
boards ; Cloth and gilt, 52 50.
liriliisiiit Gems. Containing music of
medium difficulty, by Wyman, Kinkle,
etc. 51 75 in boards; cloth and gilt, 52 50.
Strauss' Vnltxes, Vols. I. ; II. Ask
for Peters' Edition, the only complete
copy giving the full waltzes as played by
Thomas' Orchestra. 53 in boards; cloth,
Pearl of Jlelody. A collection of Dance
and Parlor Music. 53 In boards; full gilt,
Petors' Parlor Music, Vol.1. Our latest
and best. Piano Music of moderate diffi
culty. 53 in boards ; full gilt, 51.
I.H Creme lie la C'rejiae. Vols. I. and II.
A collection of choice Piano Music, by
Thalberg, Liszt, Heller, etc. This is de
cidedly the best, collection of bound
music in t he market. Each, 53 in boards ;
full gilt, 51.
Beethoven's Sonatas, Svo, full gilt, 51.
folio, " " 510.
C'liopin's Waltzed, 51 50: Polr.nai.ses, 52;
Nocturnes, 52; Pallads, 52; Preludes,
52 50; Sonatas, 52 50. All in stilf paper
Me li 1. lssJinCs Com ;Ir te Piano Win ks.
Elegant folio edition, full gilt, in 1 vols.,
cacli, 50 50; Svo edition, full gilt, 4 vols.,
each. 53 50 ; 8vo edition, paper covi-rs, 1
vols., each, 52 50.
Mozart's Sonatas. Full gilt, 53 50.
Welier's Piano Vt'orks. Full gilt, SI.
Mailed, post-paid, on receipt of price.
J. L. PETERS,
8 I ' ti I f A U IV A V, X. V,
THE WEEKLY SUN.
I'.ighteen hundred and seventy-six Is the
Centennial year. It is also the 3-ear in
which an Diiposition House of Kepres"n
tat.ives, the first sine-1 the war, will be in
power at Washington ; and the year of the
twenty-third election of a President of the
United States. Allot' thesu events are sure
to be of gri-at interest and importance,
especially the two latter; and all of them
ami everything connected with them, will
be fully and freshly reported anil expound
ed in Tit f, Srj.v.
The Opposition House of llepresenta
tives, taking up the line of inquiry opened
years ago by Tin; sux, wjll sternly and
diligent ly investigate t he corrupt ions and
misdeeds of Grant's administration; and.
will, It is to bi? hoped, lay the foundation
for a new and better period in our nation
al history, Of al this TUE Sun will con
tain complete and accurate accounts, fur
nishing its readeps with early and trust
worthy information nnqn these absorbing
The twenty-third Presidential elect ion,
with the' -preparations for it, will be mem
orable as deci;ing upon Grant's aspira
tions for a I bird term of power and plun
der, and .still more as deciding who shall
be tho candidate of the party of Heform,
and as electing t hat. cundjtlate, t.'oncern
ing all these subjects, those who read Tiik
St.Tx will have the constant means of be
ing thoroughly well informed.
The Wf.kki.v Son, which has attained a
circulation of over eighty thousand copies,
already has its readers in evety State and
Territory, and we trust that the year 1S7H
will see their numbers doubled. It will
continue to be a thorough newspaper. All
the general news of the day will be found
in it, ejn!e'i.sd when unimportant, at full
length when of moment; and al.vays, we
trust, tivated in a clear, int--resting and in
It is our aim to make Tiik Weekly Sux
the best family newspaper in the world,
and we shall continue to give in its col
umns a large amouut of miscellaneous
reading, su-di as stories, tales, po"tns,
scientific intelligence and agricultural in
formation, for which, we are not able to
make room In our daily edition. The agri
cultural department especially is on" of
its prominent featur -s. The fashions are
also K-guIariy i-epoited In its columns;
and so are the markets of every kind.
The Wmski.v Sdx, ejght pages wit b ilfry
si. broad columns is only 51 20 a year,
lostage prepaid. As this price bap dy re
pays t he cost of the pa ier, no discount can
1j made from this r ite to clubs, agents,
postmasters, or anyone.
The Iaily Son, a large four page r;cvs
pa;xT of twenty-eight, columns, gives all
t he news for two cents a copy. Subscrip
tion, postage prepaid, '.'.o. a month or 5ti 5r
a year. Sunday1 edition extra, 51 10 p"i
year. We have no traveling agents. Ads
d.--K3, THE SUX, .Now York City,
STAT 6DARD 0? !MMl"ri?.AT!3N.
te.id Kniigi-ants to Of -.ii, now In IV.KMftn
countries an I lister K:tics, and for eincu
fating such In form iti-. n abroad bv this
Boarl, ail t-ersons in this Stat" h;.ving
l-arii.s and T-.tids t r w ile or lien... or de
sirous f.t forming Colonies, will please fur
ward torhis f ioard : so-n as posibl" ile
talled d"scri-.tions of 1i. fr Farms and
Lands, IK-iit ion, Pric mh! Terms of Sale
or.ndltions of ree'it.r: and all persons
desirous of obtaining A-ncult ural or other
1 adorers, will nlease communicate direct
h i - r.e.ar .
.v (Ti-t rte-! ::; Of t".e C ::-,-, r,, jv- ,i- t;i
!'at.i,r:oion. WM.f.I. V !;;:) l,
: ' - ;'i A -! iii e i .;) '; I ! - ' r i- ev
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
GEORGE A. HARDING.
WARD & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
general assortment of
Drills and Chemicals,
Sj.ouMer Brace Faiicyand
KrrMi'.ie Oil, Lump Chimney,
Ula, Putty, Pitint. Oil,
VumUhe aiul Dye Stuffs,
PURE VINES AM) LIQUORS FOR )1E
PATENT 3IEDICIXES, ETC.
t7rhvsicians' Prescriptions ca re fully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
swered. . "
BV"iJien at all hours of the night.
BVA11 accounts must be paid monthly.
novOtf WAHDvt 1IAUDINO.
AS JUST RECEIVED THE IVRUEST
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ever imported to Oregon City, w hich he
offers at greatly reduced prices. My stock
Has gbeen largely increased and I can
show as handsome a line of ready-made
goods in Men and Roys' P.usiness and
Iress Suits, Coats, etc., as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a splendid assortment of nil
the leading styles and fashionable shades
Kin press t 'Iutl., Q
iMoHn irs, 1'reii. li iiikI
American Ores (ioo.U
IP L A sTsT E L S ,
Plaid, Plain andOpeia Flannels, of all col
ors. Rleached and Unbleached Cotton
I.mlies' ncxl tienta' I...Iervnre,
.Sliaivl.t anil Scarfs, ( -3
Wool Itlu nUcts,
Ti n ii ks :i ml
Hut mid '!,
Oil ( loth for
Floor n iid Table.
BOOTS and SHOES,
I would call special attention to mv
stock of Men's and Roys' San Francisco
Roots, which I have sold for a number of
years past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE k, FARMING UTENSILS.
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at I.10W Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AND CAPOIAMSLAND SALT.
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall pav the highest cash
price. I. SELLING.
Oregon City, Sept. 30 1873. t f
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED PROPUIETDUOF
I th T.ivery Stable on I'ifth street, Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
Iluifjrien, C'nrria jres
si n;l iln cits. Siiddle
a nil R".t rjjr' llrse.
J i i c o s Reasonable.
Oregon City, Nov. 5, 1S73. Proj.rietor.
In the matter of he Estate of Currin T.
"VDTIi'K IS HKKKUY GIVEN RY THE
jj undersigniHlthat he has been appoint
ed by the County Court of Clackamas
county. State of Oregon, Administrator of
the stat" 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 oiliee of L. T. Darin, attornev-at-law,
at Oregon City, Clackamas count v,
State of Oregon, within six months from
the date of this not ice.
L. T. Rartn, Administrator.
Attorney for Adm'r.
Oregon City, November 19, 1S73 :wl
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED" HAVING RE EN
L aj.jiointed by the Hon. County Court
ot Clackamas county, in the State of Ore.
gon. Administratrix of the estate of Henry
Sprague deceased, lato of said count v, all
person.? having claims against said est ate
are required to present them to mo with
the proper vouchers within six months
from the date of this notice, at the office of
Johnson ,t McCown, lawyers, In Oregon
City, in said count v.
MARGARET F, SPRAGUE,
Oregon City, Oct, 23, 1S73. 4w
To Holilrrs of City Orders.
TVJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll t here is now money in the City Tresis,
ury for the payment of all City Orders is
sued to this date. Interest on all City
orders endorsed prior to this dat1 will cease,
C. O. T, WILLIAMS,
Oregon City, Nov. 4, 1375 ;wl
OltKOOS "ITV. Or"goit, Iec. 7, 173.
AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE
City Council of Oregon City, held Iee.
tt li. l7-j, the following resolution was
Jicxofvorf, That, a spcuial City eleptlon b.1
hekl on the 20th day of Decern bep, 1373, to
detci'inine the question as to whether the
Council shall levy a special tax of one and
one-half mills, for the purpose of pnrchas.
Iiiir 1!A feet of earbolized hose.
Hcxulvnl, That these resolutions be pub
lished in the Oregon City ExTERfRisi; for
F. O, MoCOW.V, Mayr'.
M, C, ATHKV. Recorder. dccOwj
VH THE LAST SA'ITTRDAY IN HECEM.
l.er will be Christmas day, I appoint
th'- Saturday previous (Deoeiuber lxth as
tho day lor tho public examination of
teachers f,f Clackamas county, Tho ex.
aminat ion will be held in the Oregon City
Seminary, beginning at I) o'clok A,
All applicants will plen&o feinili tljeF
TeacheM wiil please lake notioe that I
have receivetl from the State Snper-intend
ent blanks fop teachers' report, which
thev can obtain bv calling, or sending fof
them. JOHN. W. SELLWGOD.
County School SuiK'rintondent,
Uwni City, Dec, J.
rrUlE SHERIFF OF CLACKAMAS CO,,
having completed visiting the various
precincts, would call the attention of the
tax-pa vers to the fact that he will le glad
to receive calls at his olllce from all parties
interested, that they ma v save expenses.
J. T, APPERSOX, Sheriff.
Dee, 10 ;lt
XTOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all jMr.xons are forbidden to trust any
juTfon on my -credit. -I will pay no bills
contra e','l in mv name by . n y ot hf,r Twr-.
..: t ban mys-!f.
f. A FA YET I'l-J MAV,
Or- iuu i"-ty, N"v. ii. i7-:. - it.
J. P. WARD.
CORNER OF SEVENTH AND
DRESSED CEDAIt AND FINISHING LUMliEIi,
Of various kind, 'for sale in quantities to suit, at reasonable rates.
M JtR CH A If D I SB.
OREGON GET Y.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
and all kinds'of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCE
J will sell as low as any house In Oregon for
CASH OR ITS HQ VIVA LUXT
n Good Merchantable Produce.
T am selling very low for
CASH 1IV IIAM.
CASH PAID FOR I'lOTT ORDERS.
dive to a oall and satisfy yourselves.
o JOHN MYERS.
Option City, March 2i. IS73.
AUCTION AXD COMMISSION.
A. 3. RICHARDSON,
Cornier of Front fc Onk sts,, Portland
Of Real Ettittie, Groceries, General Mer
eha'iuise and Horses,
SALE DAYS Wednesday and Saturday
A, B, HICIIAKDSON,
J, P, n,VJES, JOSHUA DAVIEB.
J. P. DAVIES. & CO.,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA. B. C.
Liberal Advances .Hade o Consignments,
A. C. WALL1 NC'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
rIltotU Il.ill.llnjf Coiner of Htark
nnd Kroi.t fttrttt0.
I3T.ANK POORS RULED AND ROITXn
jy to any desired pattern. Music books,
cry variety of style known tothe trrade.
Orders from the country promptly at
tA t ' jiOA Trr Day nt ho. Terms
ll'eblv (S. STiKSON A Co . Port'
Crockei'T, cScc, Sco
MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY
Who arc suffering from the effect of
vouthlul follies or indiscretion, will do
well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon laid at the altar of suffering
humanity. 1K. SPIXXKY will guar
antee to forfeit $5 Ml for every c;ise of se
minal weakness, or private disease of
smy kind or character wbich he under
takes and fails to cure. He would, there
fore, say tothe unfortunate sufferer who
may read this notice, that you aretread
i rig upon dangerous ground when you
longer delay in seeking the 1 roper rem
edy for your complaint. You may be in
the first stage ; rememl-r you are ap
proaching the last. If you are bordering
uiwin the last, and are suffering some or
all of its ill effects, remember that At you
persist in procrastinat ion, t he time must
come when the most skillful physician
can render you no assistance ; when the
dKir of hojK' will le closed against you :
when no angel of mercy can' bring you
relief. In no case has the Doctor failed
of success. Then let not. despair work
U)xn your imagination, but avail your
self of the beneficial results of his treat
ment before your case is beyond the
reach of medical skill, or belore grim
death hurries you to a premature grave.
Full course of treatment ?i" W. Send
money by Post office order or Express
with full descriition of case. Call or
address, UK A, H, Sl'lXXEY,
No. 11 ICearnv street, San Francisco.
JOHN.SC H RAM,
3Iain St., Oregon City.
MAMTACTl'RER AND IMPORTER OF
1 l .1 1 e r j'-I I a r7
warr, etc., etc.
T.THICH 1IR OFFKI1S As CHEAP AS
T can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
S7l warrant my goods .as represented.
JOHN SCII K AM,
Saddle and Iliirness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, Ju ly 11, 1873-mtt.
The srandard rM!iHly for o.1ik,
llneiiz, Sore Thi'ixit, Wl i.oj.in.i (hittf)i,
Crtn'tp, Turner Cmiiliiii;t, Irt'n i!it !h il
iiuj of the J,m'rx, ;iml ev ry alf.-ction ol the
Throat, I.ungs and Chest, including Con
sitmptiox. AViKtiir'ti Il.ilsaiii f" ViIl C'lierry does
not lry up a cough, but loosens if, el:mses
the I.ungs, anil nllays irritation,- thus rc
inortnf the ctuxe of the compl.-iiiif. None
genuine unless signed I. Ili'TT.s. Pr i ared
by SKTIf W. I-'OWI.KK t Sons, Jiostori. Sold
by Kkpiungton, HasTKTTKK iv Co., San
Francisco, and-bv dealers gen-rallv. O
In the Circuit. Court of the State of Or 'go::,
for Clackamas County.
E. J. Col bath, Plaintiff,
I.uis Saal, Defendant.
T. Louis Saal,th'defendant above namr d :
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE Ol
Oregon, you are reipiired to' appear and
answer the coniIaint tiled against you in
the above entitled suit in whlcl- E.". I. Col
bath Is plaintiff and 1 .011 is Saal is defend
ant, by the tirst day of tho term of this
Court ne.t following the expiration of six
weeks from the date of the lirst publica
tion of this summons: said term of 'urt
commencing on the 4th Monday in April,
A. I,, ls7(, ami the said urt, publication
hereof being on Friday, Heeember .'5d, 1875;
the defendant will take not ice that if h
fail so to appear and answer, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded In the com
plaint, to-wit': for a decree for the sum of
.fti'Jti (X) in gold coin, and for the foreclosure
of a certain mechanics lien to secure the
payment of said sum, which plaint iff
holds on a certain building belonging to
you, and known its the IoulsSal Restaur
ant building, situate in block 'J7, in Oregon
City, Clackamas county, Oregon ; together
with your interest in the land ujx.n which
said building ia situate.
This summons is published by order of
said Court, entered Octobers. A. i ls'7.1.
E. 1.. EASTHAM,
Dee. 3, 1S75 ;wG Att 'y for I 'la i nt i ff.
In Justices' Court !r Oregon City Pi-oelnct,
Clackamas county. Oregon.
Thomas Wheeler, plaintiff, vs. John H.
Con ley, defendant.
To John H. Con ley, the above named de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OIJ
egon, you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint, tiled against
you in the above entitled action, on the
day following the expiration of six weeks
from t h ft r-st nn blip:, t ion rf It 1 mi m m -
to-wit i on Friday, the 31st day of Deeem-
ht, n. .1, ju iv o click a., yi. ; me nrst pub
lication of this summons being on Friday,
November lmh, 175, If voii fail so io
answer, the plaintiff will take judgment
agalns.1 you for $250 00, and for costs and
This summons lc mililklu.l K.. ,.f
tho above named Court , entered November
1 tig I'Zt'i.
HI! FJVT & EASTHAM .
Nov. I9;wG Atfys for Plaintiff.
0. W. 1VALL1NW SON,
Fruit nn.l Ornamental
Trees, Evcrprei-ii, (.niiP
Vines, Small Fruit, It use k
ami Shrubs Cultivated mid for Sale
AT OUR XURMIIRV,
All orders left at Parlow .t Fuller's, our
fiTled rt rm uu NVUl he promptly
-Nov. 12 :n1
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OREGON CITY, ; OREGON.
E AP.E PREPARED TO EXECUTE
all kinds of
i. i-rsint- 111! A DS.
in fact all kinds of work done a In lrintine
oilice, at &
A I. Ii KINDS Of
constantly ..n hand, and Tor sale at as low
a price as can be had in the State-.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED o
Oregon City, March 2fc IS7qtf. O
AGENTS FORdTHE EaTERPKISE.
The following persons are authorised to
act as agents for the Entkupkisk .-
York! V' RoweU 4 Co 40 Pllrk Row. .w
ClK. Wotherill X. r-,. atr r-i . . .
riiilallelphia. vm w,,ul slre
ao not t A Co., No, S2 and 81 Nassau street.
... I.. Sn in tie I
I Thus. liovce
Ii. I. Fisher
St. Helens, Columbia county.
.sioria, eiatsop county..,..
an O11 sen
J. H. Smith
- - R- Ioty
.....R. K. lnnt
Iitayette, anihill county
Dallas, Polk county
Jacksonville..,, , ." "
Penton count v..
Corvallis Hon.JnhnV.,. 7
-N .A. Well
Canyon City.Orant co .W, P. Iswell
1. ,.mV-"" -A- :N"- Arnold
Daljes. asco county N. H. Gate.
Lifttirande, I nion county A o rmlir
Pendleton, Umatilla county S," v! Koi
Eugene City, N; M, Thompson
( C, T. Montagu
Hon. K. I). Foudray
.........ii. v . Jtustor
...,.....C, F. Beat la
J. W. Strawser
Frank W. Fostep
...Capt. Z. C. Norton
;-J Joh n Eool
5 W. II. Vaughan,
OREGON CITY BREWERY
TTAVIXG CPURCH AS.
I 1 ed the n 1 mvi Tii-.
erv wishes l.o infnrm tu ..i.n.
U.yoff,mred t0 mftm,lac,ure o. 1 qua!.
LAG Jill JtXJgJ!,
?Pni as can 1k obtained anj-where lr
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