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OREGOX CITT, OREGON, SEPT. S, 1S76.
"Wheat at Albany CO cents with no
Many failures among English iron
men are reported.
Ben Hollatlay started for Oregon on
the 20th of August.
Ex-Empress Eugenie has settled
in Home for the "Winter.
Thos. Vaughn & Co., of London,
have failed for 5,000,000.
Albany has increased her popula
tion by 200 Chinamen in two. weeks.
Taylor Hill, of Iudependence.has
raised 1,800 bushels of oats from 00
Eugene Jackson, of Washington
county, raised 53 bushels of oats to
Corvallis is building
city hall, which has
Between 15,000 and 20,000 bushels
of wheat are stored at the Cornelius
Richard Wells, of liuena Vista has
struck an alum vein 20 feet long and
8 inches thick.
Since the hop picking season corn
men ed in California 3,00 J boys have
applied for work.
The sentenco of Jesse Pomeroy,
the boy murderer, has bten commut
ed to imprisonment for life.
The Western Union Telegraph
Company has three cables accross
the Strait of Canso, St. John.
The San Francisco Societv for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Children
was incorporated on Aug. 30th.
The Emperor of IJrazil on his visit
to Spain will bo made a member of
the Society of Political Economy.
Senator Cornwall, of Aschroff,
Vancouver Island, had a leg broken
in a runaway on the. 20th of August.
The estimate for tho cotton crop
for 187C places the crop at 4,500,000
Kilos, against 3,825,000 bales for
Dakin, Farewell, Webber, Fulton,
livnee, Hall, llathbone and Allen,
will constitute tho American rillo
In the final heat of tho four oared
race the Beaverwicks, of Albany, New
York won. The London crew sec
ond.. Time, 9:09.
The Farmer says the Salem Mills
nud Farmers' Warehouse are receiv
ing from wagons from 1,500 to 2,000
bushels of wheat daily.
In 1852 the English Parlimcnt vot
ed for education, art, and science an
impropriation of 2,323,810. This
year the amount was $19390, 195.
The school at McMinnville college
will bo opened on Monday, Sept.
11th, 1870, under the charge and
supervision of Prof. J. E. Magers.
The freight on the Walla Walla
and Wallula railroad has been re
duced to-50 cents per ton, but not
reduced to-59" cent as before stated.
A greater quantity of lninber than
ever is being shipped by the mills on
Coos Bay. The bar is doing very
well, vessels get in an out without
The entire list of Schiller's plays
are to be produced at the Court The-
aire in JMumcn, in the coming sea
son, beginning with " The llobbcrs"
and ending with " Demetrius."
Phil. Kirby, of Spokane Falls, was
dragged by a runaway horse while
one foot was caught in the stirrup.
for half a mile. When picked up
he was horrible mutilated and dead.
The loss by the San Francisco fire
is now put down at $G50,000. It is
said to have covered 10 acres, and to
nave uesiroyeu ouueungs. it is
rumored to have been the work of
The carpenter work on the agri
cultural college, at Corvallis, is tin-
isneti, ami tne Diiuuing is now in
condition to accommodate a large
number of pupils. The school will
open Sept. 21st.
In spito of tho many predictions
that there would be a short crop this
season, as the harvest progress farm
ers become more cheerful over their
prospects, and-hould prices improve
any they will rclizo handsomo pro
loung Jim of the New York
Herald, has boeen nominated for
r f v ' i i .i ,
flavor oi uw ioriv uv xne jauor
Union of that city. Bennett is a la
boring man, having sp?nt $200,000
in the yatch business, and is the best
polo player in the country.
The first annual conference of the
Evangelical Association in the State
of Oregon, convenes at Salem, on
the 28th inst. Ihshop Diibes, of
Cleveland, Ohio will preside. The
bishop will" preach at the Evangeli
cal church, in Corvallis, on Sunday,
tho "Jltu inst.
Mr. Ooulder writes the Boise
St'ttman from the Upper Pavette,
that Mr. Demaris ami others have
recently uisouverea extensive new
llacer mines in the Dead wood dis-
triiT, about sixtv miles north of Ida
ho City. There are some four miles
of creek bottom which will pay 810
per day to the hand.
Dan McOinnis, who killed a young
man named Fennis at Cold Spring
fetation, Idaho, August lUth, was
discharged on preliminary examina
tion, it appeariug that the killing was
entirely in self defense. If Fennis
was sane, he was a very bad man, as
he rushed on ALcClinnis with a load
ed and "cocked revolver, while the
the latter was atttemptiug to pacify
him in every possible way.
Mr. M. C. Kerr's will directs that
all law books shell be-held in trust
by his wife for the use of his son.
Ho leaves all his- property, real and
personal, to his wife during her life.
his son to succeed her. He concludes
bv most earnestly beseeching his
pon to cherish always a sincere love
i justice and truth, and to make all
his aims in life consistent therewith,
and they cannot fail to bo high and
noble. Hhe makes his wife sole ex
ecutrix of his will. The paper is
dated May 27, 18G3.
If you marry a scolding woman,
your children wi 1 be hot-house
Ladies, please be sweet, but don't
be too formal. Be roses, but don't be
A foolish fellow, having a house
to sell, took a brick from the wall to
exhibit it as a sample.
The heart of a beautiful woman,
like that of a beautiful flower, may
be tho abode of a reptile.
" I wish you would pay a little at
tention to my wife. " well, I am
paying as little as I can."
"When the sun of virtue is set, the
blush of shame is thej twilight.
When that dies, all is darkness.
The heart seldem grows better by
age. A young liar will generally be
an old one ; a young knave only a
Domestic jars, when concealed,
are half reconciled. 4 Tis a double
task to stop the breach at home and
men's mouths abroad.
Good temper is like a sunny day,
it sheds a brightness over every
thing ; it is tho sweetener of toil , and
the soother of disquietude.
If you want a man for your friend,
never get the ill-will of his wife.
Public opinion is made up of the av
erage prejudices of womankind.
Wink at small injuries rather than
avenge them. If to destroy a single
bee you throw down tho hive.instead
of one enemy, you make a thousand.
An Eastern paper says that the
girls in some parts of Pennsylvania
are so hard pushed for husbands
that they sometimes take up with
printers and lawyers.
Tom McLaughlin, of Idaho City,
while drunk with a Mexican named
Ortiaz, was shot in the back. Tom
blames the greaser, and the greaser
says Tom was drunk and shot him
self. A man on board a vessel when she
was on the point of foundering, be
ing desired to come on deck, as she
was going down, replied that he had
no wish to go on deck to see him
A belated citizen, from whom a
policeman was trying to r.scue a
lamp-post a few mornings ago, vio
lently resisted the endeavor, exclaim
ing : " Lemme ' lone ; I'm ( hie )
hold'n' th ' fort."
It is said by those who profess to
know, that a girl in the presenco of
her beau will leave half her ice
cream, and afterwards sneak into the
cellar and eat seven cucumber-pick-els
and two-thirds of a cranberry pie.
A cotemporary suggests that a
sort of family option law be adopted
whereby no married man could ob
tain a glass of whiskey without a
wrtten order from his wife. Such
a regulation would make forgery as
It has been said that a truly inno
ceut person will never be an object
of suspicion, but we defy an angel to
carry a black vinegar bottle around a
reighborhood in which is located a
saloon, and not have public opinion
divided as to its contents.
He will pass the plate around in
church to-day, meekly murmur a
soft amen to the pulpit, and then go
home to dinner and co..sign that
cook to the place he has been hearing
a,serraou about, simply because the
chicken was a little overdose.
The rapid and emphatic recital of
of the following is said to be a cer
tain cure for lisping : Hobbs meets
Snobbs and Nobbs ; Hobbs bobs to
f 1 .. 1 V "1 T 1 1 . T T 1 1 1
onooos anu iouos : noous nous
with Snobbs and robs Nobbs fobs.
" This is," says Nobbs, " the worse
for Ilohbs' fobs, " and Snobbs sobs.
It has been observed by frequent
ers of watering places that the fe
male swimmer never learns to use
her other limbs as she does her
arms. Ihis fact should be consider
ed by the strong minded sister-hood
as natural proof that lovely woman s
mission is to embrace and not to
Ihe first Xjortl Ltfttelton was very
absent minded in company. One
day at dinner his lordship pointed
to particular dish, and asked to be
helped to it, calling it, however, by
a name very diflirent from that which
the dish contained. A gentleman
was about to tell him of his mistake.
" Never mind," whispered anotherof
the party ; help him to what ho ask-
for, and he will suppose it is what he
The boys of Detroit seem to bo go
ing down hill in their morals of
late. Sunday, one of the legion.
wno naa always been noted lor nis
respectful demean or toward the great
public, observed an old citizen
yawning and gaping on a street cor
ner, and said to him : "Better not
open your mouth too wide." "Why?"
was the surprissd query. "There s
a law agin opening a saloon on Sun
day," continued t e sinful child, as
he slid lor tho middle of the street.
"Jotin" on Americas Depravity,
"Me alio go same Centennial."
said nop Wan as ho slammed thebas
ket of laundried clothing down
Wan Lee's floor.
" You alio same damme foole." said
Wan, sententiously. as he urcnared
to nil 111s mouth with sprinkling wa
ter. Whatee you coee him frl
" Melican man alle jro. Hon Wan
likee be all same as AFpliWn man "
"Hop an no woikee me, sniffed,
-wau. "Jlop Wau no workeo me
W an JL.ee? Why him so ? Why him
Wau opened his month, sent the
prisoned jet ot water over the shirt
in hand, squatted on a stool, and de-
iiuerateiy responded :
Hop Wan, be likee Melican man.
eh ? Then Hop Wau cut off pig tail,
letteo whiskel glow on face, chew
tobacco, sweal at stleet cal dliver,
and lookee at pletty girl on stleet!
Alle same Alelican man. eh ? Then
Hop Wau go out to saloon, snend
money velly loose, get dlunk, say
Whoop!' on stleet; gette in police
house fjlolmorrow get lonnl alle
soon, pay ten dollee and costs. Not
muehee same as Melican man here ;
not muchee damme foole here !,T and'
Wau Lee nearly smashed a fancv Joss
and & counting-board in his excite
ment. And that 13 the reason that
Oregon City's Chinese population is
not represented at the Centennial.
IN! ME NTS.
Letter from a Postmaster.
"Antiocit, III., Dec. 1, 1871.
"Messrs. J. B. Hose & Co.,
"My wife has, for a iong time, been a
terrible'suffererfrom Rheumatism.She has
tried many physicians and many reme
dies. The only tiling which has given her
relief is Centaur Liniment. Iam rejoiced
to say this has cured her. I am doing what
I can to extend its sale.
W. II. RING.
This is a sample of many thousand testi
monials received, of wonderful cures ef
feated by the Centaur Liniment. The in
gredients of this article are published
around each bottle. It contains Witch
Hazel, Mentha, Arnica, Rock Oil, Carbolic,
and ingredients hitherto litttle known. It
is an indisputable fact that the Centaur
Liniment is informing more cures of
Swellings, Stiff Joirts, Eruptions, Rheu
matism, Neuralffia.Sciatlca.Caked Breasts,
Txek-iaw. etc.. than all other Liniments.
Kmbrocatious Extracts, Salves, Ointments
and Plasters now in use.
For Toothache, Earach, "Weak Back, Itch
and Cutaneous Eruptions it is admirable.
It, cures burns and scalds without a scar.
Extracts poison from bites and stings, and
heals frost-bites and chillblains in a short
time. No family can aflord to be without
the Centaur Liniment, white wrapper.
Tlie Centaur Liniment, Yellow
Wrapper, is adapted to the tough skin,
muscles and tlesh of tho animal creation.
Its effects upon severe cases of Spavin,
Sweenv. Wind Gall. Big Head and Poll
Evil, are littlo less than marvellous.
Messrs. J. McClure & Co., Druggists, cor.
Elm and Front Sts., Cincinnati, )., say :
"In our neighborhood a number of team
sters are using the Centaur Liniment.
They pronounce it smrior to anything
thev have ever used. We sell as high as
four to five dozen bottles per month to
We have thousands of similar testimo
For Wounds. Galls. Scratches. Ring-bone,
A-p... and for Screw Worm in Sheep it has
no rival. Farmers, Livery-men, and
sttruir-raisnrs. have in this Liniment a
remedv which is worth a hundred times
Laboratorv of J. U. Rose it Co.,
40 Dky St., New York.
Mothers may havp rest and their babies
may have health, if they will use Castoria
for Wind Colic, Worms, Feverish ness. Sore
Mouth. Croup, or Stomach Complaints. It
is entirely a vegetable I reparation, and
contains neither mineral, morphine, nor
alcohol. Jt is as pleasant to take as honey.
and neither gags nor gripes.
lr. E. Dimoeh, of Dupont, O., says :
"I am using Castoria in my practice with
the most signal benefits and happy re
sult." n36 :13t.
PtTER's Musical RUgazikes
Ar- recommended 0:1 account of their
crreat cheapness, varietv. and quality of
the Music furnished, nvery subscriber re-
civinir from six to ten times as much
Music as the same money would uuy in
These 3Iarn xiii" are issued Montlilj",
prlec .i't rt. !; v s pi-r nnmnii j or
t lie sit Majraxlne Tor !".. A sample
copy of each Magazine snt for 51.
Peters'1 Household "Melodies.
A collection of Vocal Music, conf ainingall
the latest songs by IIiiY.s, hanks,
Thomas, Stewart, etc.
Peters Octavo Choruses.
Containing Four or Fivr Choice Choruses
by such authors as Harnhy,
van, Hatton, Smart, etc.
Peters'1 Sacred Selections.
Containing Sacred Quartets and Chususes
by liARNBY, sur, T.IVAN, etc., ior 1110
use of Choirs and .Singing
collection of Sacred and Secular Music,
selected from t he best masters, suit
able for Keed or Pipe Organ.
P .1 r lor Music
Containlnar all the latest, and best Dance
and Salon Muic by Ivinkel, i "art.
Wagxf.r, Wilson, Pachf.r,
etc., etc. etc.
La Creme de la Crcme.
Difficult Piano Music bv such authors as
Thai.bero, Stattf.r, liiszr, iiei.
lkr, Smith, Wilson, etc.
Sample copies of either of the above
Mairazines will be sent, post paid, on re
ceipt of 25 cents, or a copy of each Maga
zine will he sent for f 1. Send Soeents for a
sample copy, and we will refund your
money 11 you are not sausneu.
n.iv 'Vv lesrointlvo Catalogue of
Sheet Music ami Music Uooks sent,
lost-Mii(I, to nil' add res.
J. L. PETERS.
83 Broadway, Xew York.
M A N H
REVISED AND CORRECTED BY T1IE AUTHOR,
K. rte F. CURTIS, M. &c, &c
A Medical Essay on the causes and cure
of premature decline of man, showing how
health is lost, and how regained. It gives
a clear svnonsis of the imiKvliments to
marriage, tho treatment of nervous and
physical debility, exhausted vitality, and
al'. othor dUenses appertaining thereto:
t he results of twenty years successful prac
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
CURTIS OX "MANHOOD." There is no
member of society by whom this book will
not be found usefvi, whet her he do parent
precprrforor clerrrvman. Tjonlon Times.
CURTIS ON MANHOOD. This t.ooK
should be read bv th young for instruc
tion, and by the afflicted for relief; it will
injure no one. .Memcrr. i ttnc ana uazciie.
ITlce One Dollar, bv mall or express.
Address the author, DR. CURTIS, 520 Sut
ter street, or P. O. Root 337, San Eranclsco,
cal. aug. 27 ayiscwm
rrmrc at.den fruit preserving
JL Company of Oregon City will pay th
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
OTPI..TJMS. PEARS and APPLES.
Mr. Thos. Charman is authorized to pur
chase for the Company.
r c. IjAtourette,
THOS. CHARMAN, Secretary.
Oregon City, July 28, lS75:tf
COUFwTSSY'OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
Is your time to buy goods at low piices.
are now receiving a large stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS THAN PORTLAND PRICES.
-..! cf rfir has been bouerht for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
TffE WILL SAY TO
fore you purchase or go to Portland,
come and price our gooas ana convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing;,
. Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
Notions, G roc,
and a creat many other articles too numer
ours to mention ;
PAINTS AND OILS,
also pay tho Highest Market
Sept. 'Si, 1S75 tf
CLEAR CREEK, CLACKAMAS COl'NTY.
I DESIRE TO INFORM MY OLD Cus
tomers, and the nublic at large, that I
have just received a new supply of
FA MIL V GROCERIES,
BOOTS ami SHOES,
CUTLERY, HARD WARE,
And Other Miscellaneous Goods.
All of which I now otter for sale at tho
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Mv object is to tell all my old friends and
customers that I am still alive, and desir
ous to sen goods heap, rt'it iawii, or
upon such terms as agr.-ed upon.
I shall also have in my cnip'"y a thorough
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
and constantly keep stock on hand for the
Manufacture Jt Rrpair of Roots & Shoes,
and all orders in that line will he promptly
Near the Viola Mill.
S JiiyT RECEIVED THE LARGEST
FALL AND V1HTER GOODS
ever i m ported to Oregon City, which he
offers at great ly reduced prices. My stock
Has been Innrelv increased and I can
show as handsome a line of ready-made
goods in Men and Roys' Rusiness and
Dress ssuits. coats, etc.. as can 00 iounti
in the countrv. and at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. My
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is filled with a splendid assortment of all
the leading styles and fashionable shades
Molinii-H, Fro 11 ol nnl
American Dress (ioodf
lirilliu tit lue,
F Hi A ISTN ELS,
Plaid. Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors. Rleached and Unbleached Cotton
Ladies' and Gents' lTnilnvare
Shnwls and Scarf,
- Trunks mid
Xrri vellnj; Sntchels,
lint snnd Cup,
Oil Clot It for
BOOTS and SHOES.
I would call special attention to mv
stock of Men's and Hoys San Francisco
Hoots, which I have sold for a number of
years past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
HARDWARE & FARMING UTENSILS.
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Iaw Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AXD CARMAN ISLAND SALT.
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
200,000 lbs. of WOOL Wanted,
I shall pay
the highest cash
Oregon City, ssept
30 1875. tf
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
Hubs, Spokes. Rims,
OAK, ASH "AXD HICKORY PLANK.
Dec. 31, 1875 .-m3 Portland, Oregon.
N. N. N.
NEW STORE AND
Af NEW ERA.
Drv Goods, Groceries. Boots and Shoes,
Wooden Ware, Drugs and Medicines.cheap
for cash or produce.
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY FRQDUCF
I will sell as low as any housein Oregon for
CAN II OR ITS HQ VI VA LRXT
nGood Merchantable Produce.
I am selling very low for
CAS IS II IIAl).
CASH PAID FOR COl'NTT ORDERS
Give me a call and satisfy yourselvs.
Oregon City, March 21. 1ST:1.
A. C. WALLS MG'S
PIONEER BOOK BINDERY.
I'ittocU's riilldinr Corner of Stark
mid Front SI reel.
BLANK P.OOKS HFLKD AND HOUND
to any desirvl pattern. Music books,
Magazini-s, Newspapers, etc., bound in ev
ery variety of style known to the tirade.
Orders from the oi.untry promptly at
Flower mid Vegetable
are the best t he world produces. They are
planted by a million jn-ople in America,
and the result is, beautiful Flowers and
splendid Vegetables. A Priced Catalogue
hmU free to all who enclose the postage a
2 cent stamp.
Flower ancl Vegetable
is tho most beautiful work of t he kind in
the world. It contains nearly 150 pages,
hundreds of fine illustrations, and four
Chromo Plates of Flowers, beautifully
drawn and colored' from nature. Price 35
cts. in paper covers ; C5 cts. 'und in ele
gant clot h.
Viclts Floral Guide.
This is a beautiful Quarterly Journal,
finely Illustrated, and containing an ele
gant colored Frontispiece with the lirst
number. Price on ly "ii cts. for the year.
The first number for 1876 just Issued. Ad
dress JAMES VICK, Rochester, X. Y.
JOHN II. xllOOIfcE'S
OHHGOX CITY, OllKGON.
TEAM ENGINES, SAW-MILLS,
FLOURING MILLS, SHAFTING,
Pulleys, HniiflVr'n Hydraulic Pumps,
GEARING, BOXES, made to order.
Reapers, Threshing Machines, and all
kinds of Farming Machinery repaired in
the best manner. Farmers' FJacksmlth
ing done with neatness and dispatch.
Wheat Cleaners, Jackets, Iron and Zinc
Shaker Screens and Perforated Plates,
made to order.
Agent for the
HOUSTON PATENT WATER WHEEL,
The Best Wheel in Use.
Pec. 31 , 1875 .If
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
State of Oregon for Clackamas county.
Karl fcelig, plaintiff, vs. Charles Dcrome,
defendant; Action at law, to recover
money. To CHARLES DEROME, said de
fendant : In the name of the Stale of Oreaon.
You are hereby summoned and required
to appear in the Court above named on or
before the first day of the next term there
of which shall happen more than six
weeks after the first publication of this
summons, to-wit ; on or before the 4th
Monday in September, A. D. 1876, and an
swerthe complaintof plaintiff filed against
you in the above entitled action or the
plaintiff will take Judgment against yon
for the sum of S713 27, and interest thereon
since Nov. 4, 1S75, and sell your property
attached to pay the same. This summons
is published in pursuance of an order of
said Court made in term time, the 26th day
of April, A. D. 1876.
JOHNSON fe MefOWiV,
Oregon City, June 16, 1876 :w6.
Bred by M. EYRE, Jr.
Bronz Turkeys, weighing 40 Its, each. Eni'
den Geese,, weighing trom w to ou 10s.
per pair, lirahmas, Leghorns,
Games, etc. Pckin Ducks,- aver
aging 18 to 2) lbs., and best of
all Ducks as layers.
Also A fine assortment of Pigeons,
Rabbits, Guinea Fowls and Ferrets.
Any variety 01 iowis acsireu impuiLvu.
EGG, truo to name,, fresh and well
packed, for sale at moderate prices.
Send for Illustrated Circular, and Price
M. EYRE, Napa, Cal.
On receipt of 10 cent In stamps, I will
furnish specimen copy of fhe PoULTRY
Uulletis. an illustrated 92 page monthly,
the reeoe-nlzed aut hority in ioultry mat-ten
in the U.S.; and decidedly the best Poul
try Journal published. fei.Lscnpiion oniy
SI 25 a vear.
Pleaso state where you saw this adver
tisement Orders may also be left at this
Who are suffering from the effect of
youthful follies or indiscretion, will do
well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon laid at the altarof suffering
humanity. DR. SP1XXEY will guar
antee to forfeit $000 for every case of se
minal weakness, or private disease of
any kind or character which he under
takes and tails to cure. lie would, there
fore, say to the unfortunate sufferer who
may read this notice, that you aretread
ingupon dangerous ground when you
longer delay in seeking the proper rem
edy for your complaint. You may be in
the first stage; remember you are ap
proaching the last. If you are bordering
upon the last, and are suffering some or
all of its illeffects.rememberthat if you
persist in procrastination, thetime must
come when the most skillful physician
can render you no assistance; when the
door of hope will be 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
upon 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 00. Send
money by Postofhee order or Express
with full description of case. Call or
address, tU A. U. SPINNEY,
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco
' sept 10 :ly
JOHN 8 G H R A M ,
3Iain St., Oregon CJly.
MAMTACTl'RER AXD IMPORTER OF
-f Saddles, I!siriie:s,
-S-k& Sadi'lrrr.lin id
7-IIICII HE OFFERS AS CHEAP A:
f T can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE 03 RETAIL.
B3"I warrant my goods as represented.
JOHN SCIIR AM,
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 11, ISTo-m:!.
The srandard remedy lor Cong It
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THE WEEKLY SUN.
l-.igliteen hundred ami seventy-six is the
Centennial year. It. is also the year in
which an Opiwtsition House of Hej resen
t at Ives, the lirst since the war, will be in
power at Washington; and t he year of the
twenty-third election ot a President of the
United States. Allot' these events are sure
to be of great interest and importance,
especially the two latter; and all of them
and everything connected with them, will
he fully and freshly reported and exi ournl
ed In The sun.
The Opposition IloustJ of lie; resenta
tives, taking up t ho line of inquiry oiened
years ago by The Sun, will sternly and
diligently investigate the corruptions and
misdeeds of Grant's administration; and,
will, it is to be hoped, lay the foundation
for a new and belter j-eriod in our nation
al history. Of all this Tit k. SCN will eon
tain complete and accurate accounts, fur
nishing its readers with early and trust
worthy information upon these absorbing
The twenty-third Presidential election,
with the preparations for it, will be mem
orable as deciding ujion (J rant's aspira
tions for a t bird term of lower and plun
der, and still more us deciding who shall
be the candidate of the party of IJeform,
and as electing t hat candidate. Concern
ing all these subjects, those who read The
Sun will have tho constant means of be
iny: tlioroughlv well informed.
The Weekly Sun, which lias attained a
circulation of overeighty thousand copies,
already has its readers in every State and
Territory, and we trust that the year 1S7
will sec; their numbers doubled. It will
continue to be a t horough newspaper. All
the general news of the day will be found
in it, condensed when unimportant, at lull
length when of moment; and always we
trust , treated in a clear, interesting and In
It is our aim to make The Weekly Sun
the best family newspaper in the world
and we shall continue to give in its col
umns a large amount of miscellaneous
reading, such as stories, tales, poems
scientific intelligence and agricultural in
formation, lor which we are not able to
make room in our daily edition. The agri
cultural department especiallv is one of
its prominent features. The fashions are
also regularly reported in its columns:
and so are the markets of every kind
The Weekly Sun, eight pages with fift v
six broad columns is only il 20 a year
Iostage prepaid. As this price bare! v re
pays the cost of the pa per, no discountcan
be made from this rate to clubs, agents
postmasters, or anyone.
The Daily Sun, a large four page news
paper of twenty-eight columns, gives all
the news for two cents a copy. Subscrip
tion, postage prepaid, f5c. a month or $ 6 50
a year. Sunday edition extra, fl 10 per
year. We have no traveling agents. Ad
dress, THE SUN, New York City.
BIBLES FOR SALE.
TUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE,
at my Store in Oregon City, a supply of
Ribles and Testaments. These books are
the property of the American Pible Societj-,
and are offered for sale as low as they can
be bought at any similar Depository in
the State. Those wishing to purchase are
invited to call and examine our stock.
Agent for Clackamas County.
ware, etc., etc. "
now is WfrnTfo
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A Corrected List of the Mrkt,L
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LOCAL NEWS, EDITORIALS,
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Also, Carefully Selectad'
In Short, It is In Every Reipect a
Having a large and constantly increasing
Circulation in the most populous partof
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