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ilKCift.N CITY. GREIiON. OCT. 11, lN(. ;
"Wheat onlvSO cents at Davton J
Yf'-T ' " " i
. , . .. . I
Sfeilaeoom has a hoot ami shoe
The new jail at Seattle is about
. Thft Democratic majorHy in Geor
gia is 75,000.
-Wheat sells at Waitsbnrg for 27
News from Cuba is favorable to
Vaila Walla valley is literally
Joadetl with fruit.
The flax crop at Brownsville is al
most a failure thi3 3rear.
Montenegro, having lost -1,000
men, is in favor of peace.
Two hundred Gorman gnimirVkcrs
have been hired by Servia.
The Seattle fire department has or
dered a new S00 pound bell.
Thos. Harris lies boon Appointed
ftheriff ior Vanconver Island.
The Seattle broom factory has
been transferred to Olympia.
There arc 81,0.")0,000 in trade dol
lars now on the Pacific coast.
Tom Merry is to take editorial
charge of the Seattle Dispatch.
About 4.000 bales of hops will be
shipped from Olyrnpia this season.
Mr. Klafka has has rented the
Brownsville grist mill for one year.
The Austrain Government, fearing
Russia, is rapidly reparing for war.
The smallpox is said to be preva
lent in the neighborhood of Colfax.
During the month of September
the public debt was reduced 2,817,-
Gen. Martinez Campos lias been
appointed Governor General of
Commodore Craven has been or
dered to Maro Island Navy Yard,
Consolidated Virginia has declar
ed a dividend of 2 a share,' aggre
gating 1,800,! 00.
Syrup from sorghum is being ex
tensively made in the Walla Walla
valloy this season.
All transactions of the American
mining board in New York will be
o on a currency basis.
A large fire at lien o, on the 5th,
destroyed a great portion of the busi
ness part of the town.
Wm. Underwood's barn, in North
Salem, with its contents was burned
tojtlie j round, last week
Marion county's assessmesit this
vear is sG.oj'?,7'.)1 ; indebtedness,
:U",75:J; exompt, s'iTS.OO'.).
William Curtis, who resides near
Dayton, had his lep- broken by a
wild steer jumping on him.
It is feared that there will be a
renoral nprisinK of the Ute Indians
in Colorado and Xew Mexico.
TIio dilTerences between Spain and
the United States have been settled
.:ud amicable feeling prevails.
.Seattle is much di.ilor now than a
yeur affo at this time. The Seattle is
!he oulv coal mine now running.
Tt has been voted to decrease the
o ii ic i ea.-tj lit:
eaidtal of the San l rancisco Ciold
,;- ,. , .i rn nnn .-.i.-o oon
wi iioui .i,ouo,v;uo 10 cioi,uw
A, subscription of some ?S00 has
been raised at Snohomisli towards
th'r ' erection of a Presbyterian
The Harvard boat club has decided
to challenge Yale for tin 8 oared,
f-ur miles, straight away race, next
f 4 "Oerr.-Dairies was fonnd dead in a
. hanty at Victoria last week. He
v.- iw. about 0() years of age, and died
;-f heart disease.
o " K. A. Woodward,' late partner of
V i'!. M. Tweed, has been arrested in
Chicago under the name of A. Wal
laee of Liverpool.
Illnfi; Seula. of the Transvaal Re
public, has defeated the Dutch
troops and threatens a wholesale
massacre of the Doers.
o Fully five hundred people Avero
turned away from the Moody and
Sankey; meetings at Chicago on tho
4 on account of the crowd.
Al Coolidge of Silverton, accident
0 ally shot himself a few days ago
while out hunting. The injuries
w ere severe but not dangerous.
Dr. Dlalock has already plowed
about 3,000 acres of land near TTalla
Walla, and will have before the win
ter is over 4,000 acres of wheat sown.
Patrick Hogan, a well known
snorting man, shot himself in San
o Francisco on the '-d, on account of
inability to pay some money lost at
Wat kins, who was so fearfnllv out
raged by one Whitemau and w hom
. he tried to kill in the Salem court
o house has, been pardoned by Gov.
o Four Drownsvillians have just re-
turneil from Dig Meadows, Colorado
where thev have been with a band of
Oregon uattte. The trip paid hand
- J Tito Walla "Walla Watch man says:
" l'xiuds of sheep can now be bought
in the valley from 81 r0 to 8'2 per
head.. This is the lowest that sheep
have ever been known to sell for
C. S. I3ush. proprietor of the
4 'Walla Walla driving park, announ
ces a series of races, to commence
v.' ' 1st, and continue four days
I'remmms amounting to t?l, 7U0 will
'Jh.e committee on fire and water in
" Ho alem council have reported ad
'ayer -tlv on the petition of Tiger En
": cine Co. Xo. 2. for the purchase of a
steam fire engine.
-The Sehlavonic commission at
Constantinople recrt that a fearful
catastrophe will befall JJnlgaria un-
!os intervention on the part of Kns
eia luLo place before Winter.
io 1 1 ini a list id"
Dinted to oiHeo. by
i as a suiiicioiit
!u- (.J ('rutins
"iwer to Un charges of his perse-
cut ion of foreign born citizens.
Win. Derr.iay, wliile out hunting, i
lo miles west of Dixie, snot bv nus-
take, on the 31 inst., ln"s frif-nd Wni.
Kir. spy, Killi:r linn in.-tuntly. Tne
former mistook Kins is for a bear.
The Servi in
party says that
; Ilnsia will deciare war with the ap
proval of Jnglund. Should the
Kushians ocenjey Bulgaria Austria
will operate against Turkey.
The Walla Walla valley and the
Snake river country is becoming
somewhat noted for raising llax seed.
The past year there has born .about
75,000 bushels raised, C0,Ki0 of this
-vas raised in the Snake river coun
try and 15,000 in the Walla Walla
valley. The Pioneer Oil Company,
at Salem, Oregon,'f niuished the seed
and take the crop at 2 cents per
How Some Farm Laborers Work.
It will snrpri-e many farmers who
consider that they are hard-worked,
or who employ men who creep out
to work at 7 in the morning and hur
ry home at 0 in the evening, to learn
how much work a large farmer in
Pennsylvania p;els out of hi laborers.
The farmer referred to is a Mr.
Young, of Dauphin county, near
Harris'ourg, who owns l.(M;0 acres
and employs thirty-live men. Mr.
Yonng has been visited by the cor
respondent of a London paper, who
writes as follows:"
"We arc surprised to learn the
amount of work that is expected nnd
obtained from the men. Our labor
era who imagine they will have easi
er times in America than at home
should note well the follow ing state
ment, which accurately describes the ;
dailv work during the Summer !
months on Mr. Young's farm. The :
hired servants are expected to be up
at 1 A. M., ready to milk and feed
the cows and dress the mule. At
4:"0 breakfast, consisting of cuil'te, j
salt meat, potatoes and bread, is j
served; at 5::0 the teams leave the i
stables, and do not return until 11 j
A. M., when they are watered and i
fed. And the hands have dinner, j
comprised of meat, Mmi and vegeia-
bles; work is resumed at 12 M. and I
continued till sundown, about 7:U0 j
during Summer. Mules are stabled
and fed at 8 P. M., or soon after
supper, and then to bed. The only
holiday is on Christmas day. and all
lost time is deducted, even in the
case of absence on account of illness
n account oi nines.-,; j
work for fo trteen i
tl'.iH often in a tern- 1
DO to C do-, in the i
thus the servants work for
hours a day, and
perature of from
shade. They are employed in gangs i
as much as possible, and the fore- j
man, who is provided with a horse
and buggy, keeps a sharp oversight, j
Wo should characterize such work i
s white slavery, a:i 1 it is surf risin:
til l tt ii i.
"ra in uvn nmes ir,
was quietly suomuie'i ;o. i.at
would our laborers, who can han'.Iv
le pot, to do ten hours work, think
of such work,-at wages that certainly
are below those of our h igher-pi iet l
districts'? Nn extras are allowed for
hay and harvest; formerly, dnrinp
tho latter, whiskey was served out
three timer a day, a pill at a time;
but the practice was foute pernicious,
oneouragitig intemperate habits, ami
now it is entirelv abandoned, and nn-
Jy had recourse to in ease or illness.
Inrinp the excessive heat which
characterized the past season a poe.,1
mauv of the hamls knoe'aal up. but
no serious illness occurred, and a
day or two's rest hronpht them round.
A lonper rest in the mi. 1. lie of the
' tl.av would in the hot season b- lm-
: i e -i m l
. i i i -.
that men can work hard under a
scorching sun. The only task-work
is cutting oil and husking the corn,
which is let to outsiders. At the
present time wages are from twenty
live to thirty per cent, lower than
before the depression of trade."
A Cat in tiie PAi;r,oit. Alvy
Moody was paying a visit to his dnl
cinea. She. had smuggled him into
the parlor, and the darkness only
served to conceal her blushes while
Alvv told his storv of love. Tie
muttered words reached tiie parent's
l , lf.,. -Tr,!,, i
room, he demanded . to know of Ma
ry who it was she had with her.
"It's the cat, sir," was the mum
"Drive it out of here," thundered
"Scat !" screeched Mary ; and then
sotto voce, "Alvy, meaow a little."
Alvy set up a wofnl .yowl.
"Confound it ! Dring a light and
scare the thing out."
This was too much, and poor Alvy
made a leap for the window, carrying
the glass and sash with him.
"Thunder, what a cat !" exclaimed
the parent, contemplating the ruin
after the light was brought; "I never
saw anything like it; and confound
it, its tail is made of broadcloth," as
ho viewed a fluttering remnant hang
ing from the window. Wash toy tun
The Count's Cothaisf.. Damon
Cabrera, Count de Morena, the fa
mous Carlist. is dead, at, the age of
sixty-six. His mother and three sis
ters were killed by the Christinos,
and he took a bloody vengeance for
this, laying waste Arragon, Valencia
and Andalusi-. In 18-10, with the
defeat of the Carlist arms he had to
i'y to France, and alter several vain
attempts at revolution married a Miss
liicharus, who brought himalarire
I dowry, and tamed him so elYectuallv
that when Don Carlos called for hs's
sword in IS.j-1 he t-nned a deaf ear to
him. It is related of Cabrera that
being closely pursued by the Chris
tinos one day, he escaped by leaping
his horse over a gull v. The charcrer
of his orderly refused the leap and
the soldier was taken prisoner and
compelled to shout : "Ijonrr live; the
Queen!" Cabrera leaped the chasm
again and fell single-handed upon
the Christinos with such fury that
they tied; then taking the orderly be
hind him. he crossed the gap once
more and blew the man's brains ont
for his treacherv!
Toothache. If the tooth contains
a cavity which ca he easily reached,
till it with sug,v of lead." Allow it
to remain a few minute-, then wash
it ont with warm water, being care
ful to remove all of it! This is the
most prompt relief for lontl,:,r.l:
- j save the forcens with which wo o
' familiar. ,.x 31. D.
. Y. Th
. r- , r -
fho Quickest, Surest and
Phvsicians rocor menl, and Farri ers de
clare that no such remedies have ever !
tore ieen in i!S'. Words ;re ch"an, bet
I h" j t; ri' t r-i of these Article will j.-e-penl
trirtl bf.ftles to nvdleal men, gratis,
I wiil Mi;ir.intee mere rai-M ami sal is-
factorv ivsults than have ever before been
'Hi- Ont.inrMiiimcnt, VMite Wrn p-l-.r,
will care Kheumn: irn, Neuralgia,
Liitnlmgo, Sei.'itie.-, nkfd llreasts. Sore
Nippl-. s, K-ist. a Fe.f, Chillbl.'tins, Swoll
Ings. Si-rairis, aiid any ordinary
FI.J-SII, IVNKOU Mrsn.E AII.MF.ST.
It will er.Jraet the prison of bites smd
tins Mini heal burns or scalds without a
sear. lo-tv-jav, 'alsy, Veak Hack, ( nked
Ilreasts, Kir:irln 'J"oo? iiacbe. Itch andn
taneoes Krai-ii-ms readily yield to its
ll- Tirv l;iack. of Ada, llnrdin county,
niiiii, snys : "My wi.'e has had rheuina
t ism ' for' Jive yrer- no r t, no sl".;i
could scare -Iv'v.alk aer-v-s th-- tloor. She
i- now com; 1' t -iv cur d by the us- of Cen
taur l iniment. We all I-t 1 th.anktnl to
ymi, and r -eo'iimend your medicine to all
.lames Her:'., of Z.i re -sville, O., says:
"l ie Cent.iur l.iniriient cur.-d my Ni ur.il-
Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes :
I" f.ne iI')7'ti
1 inirnent t'as
r-ss. i le
I want to
disf ribnte, Ac."
l'h'- sal - oi this Uniiaerit
I lls C''it-i:ir Til f ie ot. Yellow
IVi ji rpi r, is tor the tough skin, fl. sh and
llltiel! rs of
HOUSES, MUI.KS .V X O ANIMALS.
XV li.iv nevr y t wen a of Spavin,
Sw-M'tiy, li:)g-b.ri", Vif:cl-g!!l, Scratcle-s
or I'oil-evil, v. bich this I .in invr.t. r.or.ld
tiot s"'t C.ily b- te lit, and we ii' Vi'T saw but
a few ce.s- s v hieti it .w!ild not cur . If
will cur )- n a n. t hireg can. It i tolly
I to s ' er,(j for a r arre r, ben one !o' lar s
wf.r'h o: t'- nfnnr 1 .iniment. will do b.-tfer.
The ,! Io' i ag is a nam ; le of t he t"st i mon y
1 rodueed :
Jkfkeuson, ?-To., Nov. 1, 3S71.
"S,-t iirie ii go I was shir.ping bor s to
t. l.oiiis. 1 co! on' ttadl' Tie e il in the
car. With gr-at diiTieiiity I,c.r hiin to t h
stable on I'onrth Avinii". 'lie s'ab!'-k-
e; .-r gave me a i.te of your tViitaer
l.itdmenf. which I i:s d with sneh success
t hat i n t wo (ia s t he horsa wii ai t ive ai.it
n-'arl.v well. l!:aei. i d a v fireiry sur
g 'on f t I ii irr y yur-, I nt your liniment
le a i i' a n t i . i fiir I v. -r in vl.
"A. .1. :M'. AUi V, Vi-terinary Surgeon."
J'i -r a )...s" age pf a m ; we Mill n.ni 1 a ' Vr;
t -nr Aimaiii.c. enntainiair be.! ur ds (.f
cert ;!ieate;:, irom ev. r Mr.Te in tie- I'e.ion.
Th. se 1 ,i i, i ne nt ar" now sold by all deal
ers in t he cotjni ry.
baltoi-.-itoiA of J. 11. ilcis- A Co.,
! 1kv St., Nr:w Yokk.
h flTT-"TT'" Q
:i.iri.i Is th" r:-n!t of 2a years experi
tneiits, by 1'r. Satiui- t Pitcher, of Massa
ctins -trs." It is a. t.ii.i pre. araf ioti as
elf t i ve as 'astor u I. but pT-;ctiy pi as
ant to tie" taste, It can be taken by the
youngest infant, and n- i;b r gas nor
grin s. lr. A. J Orei ri, of I .oy.-t. :i, Jnd.,
.; yjs if it :
sii:s: hav trieil the Cns'oria :nd can
s; i ;i ;: hi':al of its ne rlls. !t .-. ill, 1 thin k,
do a " ay ntir ly with aster Oil : it is
pl.is !i,r and harmless, and is wond- rfully
elTi -:ie ois as an a p, re at i.nd laxative. It
is t lv very t id ng.
Ti e i ':'stori: u s! r -. s worms, reguUdes
t le sr ouiaeh, cans Wind s'olie, and p r
tiiits ol luit urul h -alihy s!-vji, Is is v ry
fitiea'dous in 'ro!ii), a.ii tor Te'-thing
Hil,;rii. 1 1. ;ney is not liasmt.r to tie
fas.... and i 'usu r oil is not so ci rt.iin in
its ir-ct. It costs bus si", cat, in largo
b. ; t i- s.
j. is. i;ok a '., i; I ey st New York
f No "i-Fiet:, i k
N f'lTV, )
Ife-Oll, .-"ej.t. 1 1, l
rKiMIT.AI.VT Il.W'.Nd P-F.FS KNTKI1
Ky I'd a' th;so7i'e ! t'i.iri- J . di ;-s 'n of
Cliii'lwiius county, r 'gon. :. gainst Ma
th ia s b SI for a i i.i rnlon i ,i his ho:te'st"ad
entiy. No. "7S, (ia: l June 'j"( is?;'., inim
the k. V of N. K. 1-i section J.', to ..iisin :
s ;i n, ra ;t je r, a st , in t 1 .-.ckamas e m nf y ,
i re:: hi, , li ' i a vi .v ta lip c i:i e. -1 i.d io:i of
sail entry: the said pait i--s are ie r by
su m moied to a ppea r at t hi ; oSli''' on tie'
I d 1 1 a ' of Oei i o r. 1 sT, at 1) ."eioek A. M.,
I o r ' p n.l a 'id t urn is!s -s! i mony concern
ing sa ill al le 'd a i andon menl .
0"KX WAl'i:, )i";itrr.
. ;;. 1 1 A n : 1 1 s-.o X, ' A'- -cct e r.
S 'l t. si2, lsTti-lt.
iiii.al i.l.t i ii-ltr
t"nd Ktnlratits to regon, hot in for-dgn
cou nt ries ami sist , r Slates, trnil for circu-
i 1 at in g siicii inlormat-oTi abroad tiy this
I'-oard, all persons in this statf having
j Farms and bands for Sal or It 'iii. or -I
sirous of torming 'o!oni s, will p!"as- for
j ward tothis ISoarda soon as possible !e
I lailed 1 seri t ions of t'.eir Far-ns ami
T.'irwld 1 ,(i.:ii ion Price ji ml Terms of Sale.
.r .iidi! ions o; r taing; an 1 all p'-rsons
t!...siroii!l oor-uning Agricultural or oif..r
I ,il 'r 'I ' 1 , 1 I l' .t
wit h this Soard
l:v instruct ions of tie- C'onvnissinners of
Immigration. WILLIAM KF.!1,
tch'diii A Stall's f'om'r of Ini migration
Are recommend d on aceounf of their
gr 'at cie:!' ! ss, varief v, ntid quality of
t h" Muic fnrnish"d, v-tv siibserib'T re
ceiving from six to t n tine's a much
Music as t he same money would buy in
Tfise 'f-if'i.ist ar-
jks'jciI Monllil; y.
n ji n mi ; or
t'.- M:ii.'!i)i!i'' fr -a. A sample
copy of each Magazine s nt for II.
Voters' IIouselioM Melodic.
Acolh-ctioTi of Vocal Music, containing all
the latest, songs bv Hhvs, Iunks,
Thomas, Stewart, etc.
Poters" Octavo Ch ru. p.
Cord a inin g Four or Five Choice Thorns--by
such ant hoi-s as !'. u:T.v, Sri.l.l
VAN, 1 1 AT I N, S.JAUr, etc.
Containing Kacr'd Quartet and t'hususes
by ISakmiv, Sri.l.U'AV, et .... tor t he
use of 'hoirs ;i n. i singing
Soe'e t ies.
A collection of Saer d a nd Seeular Music,
selected from theb st masters, suit
able for li '.! or l'ipe ( irgan.
I ;i r 1 o r Sl u s i c
Containing all the Infest and best Dance
and salou Music by Kiskk.i,,i'akl
W'AON F.lI, Wi i.sox, '.veil Kit,
etc., etc. etc.
La C rente
DiiTicnU Piano Music bv snch authors
XjiAi.nicno, ktattki:, I.iszt, Hki.
i.E, Smith, Wilson, etc.
Sample copies of either of the above
Mag ay.iic-s will be s.'tvt, post paid, on re
ceipt of -!" cent s. or a copy of eac i Maga
zine will be sent for SI. S"ml Cacuits for a
j-itnpl'1 copy, and we will refund your
monev if von are not satisfied.
OiiV X--.v T)?rni;i(iv C": tlrie off
SSiift M(iis: and ."5Iiisic. HimI.s st-iit.
jost-Tai!, to siuy ailiircss.
1 J. L. PETERS.
S4C Uroadwav, Xcm York.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNTVrTRSTTY" QV P. AT.TTrn'PWT a
1 cera n
Is j-our time to buy goods at low pi Ices.
are now rs-ccivlng a large stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS THAN PORTLAfiD PRICES.
f)ur stock has hen bought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
SAfi FRAfiCiSOG COST.
K WII.T. SAY TO KVKItYT.ODY r.F.
tor" von purchase r gf to I'ort la nd.
come and ) rice our goods and convince
yourself t hat we d what wo say. Our .stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing-,
Huts, I Soots and Shoes,
Ladieg and (rents
Not ions, tiroc-
i e s, Hard
and a great inn ny other art icles too n um r
ours to mention ;
A L S O
r '! o 1 "'! n ' ?
I r lt t
also p:y tlia Highest Market
Oregon City. Sept. li'S, ls7-3 If
xV'ffiliKS MATT O OX.
CLEAR CREEK, CL1CRAMAS C(H .TV.
T DF.SIIIE TO INFORM MV 1)1,1) ITS
1. tomers, and t he public at large, that 1
have just received a new supply of
FA MIL V GROCER IKS,
CLOT II IS G,
ROOTS awl SHOES,
C UTLER 1 11 A R i WA RE,
A if f Oi'l cr J(-re7".er,;.s (uuitls.
All of which 1 now oin-r tor sale at the
LOWEST rAnXST RATES.
My obj 'ct is to tell al". my idd friends and
c.islomers that I .-uti f.;'!l! alive, cud desir
ous to s i! g,,ds l "heap, !'"!;t C ASH, or
upon such terms as a.P-cil upon.
I shall also have in my employ a thorough
and constantly kt a p r.: oek on hamlforthe
jl:uiaf;icturr & Rrp:sir of F.oots i Sho.s,
anil a II order in that lin' will be promptly
X-iir t'.if Violit ."IilL.
TAS JIST RECEIVED THE LARGEST
i 4. stock of
FALL AiiD VisJTEii 80GDS
ever imported to Oregon "ity, which he
oifers at greatly r'duccd prices. My stock
" or .o'bi i i :s"C,
lias Ivrn largely increased ninl I can
show as hatuisone' a line of ready-made
go"ds in Men and Hoys' lousiness and
Dr'ss Suits, ('oats, rip., as can be found
in t he country, si rid at prices that cannot
fail to satisfy. My
D " .-i -1 - C 0 U j Utri:i W i U 1
Is tilled with a sid-tnlid assort ment, of all
th-' leading styles and fashionable shades
Mohairs, Krcucli ami
American lrcsr liooiU
llla !i ljii t,
ISri'lia nt in fs,
v t a tnTS" i: l ,
Plaid, Plain andOp'ta Flantels, of all col
ors. 151 -'ached and Unbleached Cotton
Iin!S'' inn! Hi'Tiis' l"tc!.r lire
Shun li Sin rfs,
Tri nks :i til
'!': vl inir Sn 1 rlcls,
Ila t s ; tt'S ' ps.
Oil f 'lot Ik f r
Floor a lift Table.
BOOTS and SHOSS.
I would call special attention fo my
stock of M"i'R and ISos' S-in Francisco
Hoots, which I Ii ivi' sold for a nu m her f
years past wli h general satisfaction. Ev
ery p.; ir arratdf'd. A com pi-, te stock of
Choice Tens, Cannetl f.Soods, .and all choic
All at, T,ow Prices. Also,
LIVEIII'fifiL AXD C.linilXISLlMl SALT.
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
!20(),)();) lf. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall pay the highest, cash
price. I. SELI.IX;.
Oregon City, Sept. .10 1875. tf
HARDWARE, IHOn AHD STEEL,
Ifubs, G pokes, Kims,
0K, ASH AND HICKORY PLANK.
XOKTIIKUP & TIIOnO.V,
Dec. r$l. 1ST5 :m3 Portland, Oregon.
jST. ST. IST.
Af KEY ERA.
Prv Goods, Groceries, Boots ami Shoes,
Wooden Ware, Drills and Medicines.ciieap
for cash or produce.
MIS IZ C II A. J? D I S H.
A X D
Books and Stationery.
I will pa3" the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GQGD COUNTRY PRODUCE
I will sell as low as any house lu Oregon for
CA SH O li 1 7'.V JiQ VI 'A L HXT
n (iood Merchantable Produce.
I am sollinff very low for
CASH r.UD FJ!Pi Cr.TV ORDERS
CSivc no? a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon Ci!y, March. 21, S"r!.
I'lltocU's SJtildi;ir ('(liner of
f lax jc r.ooKs urr.rn am i;oitni
) to any desired pattern. Music hooks,
Magazines, Newspapers, etc., hound in ev
ery variety of s'yle known to the trrade.
Orders from (he country promptly at
Flower nnd Veretnble
are the best the world produces. They are
planted by a million people in America,
ami tho result, is, beaut it u I Flowers and
spl-ndid Vegetables. A Priced Catalogue
-sent, tree to all who enclose the postage a
2 cent stasiip.
"Klowoi" :uicl "rojetnllo
is t h? most he.T.it iful work of the kind in
the world. It, contains nearly Fin pages,
liundr'-ds of tine illustrations, and our
f'iro'oo J'fufiM of 7ovr.v, bea nt ilu 1 ly
draw n and colored from nature. Price a.
cts. in paner covers ; Co cts. 'iouik! in ele
gant, clot h.
Vit.'lc's Jloi'al Ci-iiide.
This is a beautiful Quarterly Journal,
tite 1 v il lust rated, and containing an el"
irant, cohr'd Front is; iec with the lirst
nuiiiber. Price only 2o cts. tor the year.
Tin? first number for ISTii just issued. Ad
dress J.1MKS VIC'K, Itficlicstcr, N". V.
iiti:f:oN city, oiiix;)x.
i'IAr;tlXfJ MlIIS, SHAFTING,
Pulleys, Haufrvr-s Hydraulic I'linip,
C;ivVIlIX('i, P.OXKS, made to order.
H"(iP"rs, Threshing Machines, and all
kinds'of Farming .Machinery repaired in
the best manner. Farmers' Plaeksmith
ing done with neatness and dispatch.
Wheat, cp-aners, Jackets, Iron and Zinc
Shaker Screens and Perforated Plates,
made to order.
Agent for the
HOUSTON PATENT WATER WHEEL,
The Best IVlieel in Use.
Dec. .11, 1S75 :tf
S. A. BROUGHTOH,
"irroFhD INFORM THK CITIZENS or
Oregon i.'ity and vicinity that he is
prepared to furnish
Fir & Cedar Lumber,
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooring:, C'eiliujr, It u, tic,
Spruce, (for shelving), I.tticc,
IJcIicl, ami I-Viic'-l,l!i, Cedar,
Constantly on hawl.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on t h" shortest notice, at as low rates ns
It can be purchased jn the State.
Give me a call a the
OllliGOX CIT r SA IF MIL LS.
iregon City, JUn 10, ISTO :tf
Bred by f. EYRE, Jr.
3S" APHV, Calilbi-iiia,
Eronz Turkeys, weighing 4') lbs, each. Fan
Jon (Jcc-se, weiiihing Irom 40 to oU las.
per pair. lrahmas, Lclmnis,
(.bine s, etc. P kin Ducks, aver
aging IS to -Jd li'S., and best of
all Uueks as layers.
Also A fine assortment of Tigeons,
Rabbits, (iiiinea Fowls and Ferrets.
Anv vurietv of fow ls desired imported.
Fobs, true to name, lresii and well
packed, for sale at moderate prices
Send lor Illustrated Circular, and I rice
List, to ,
M. KYHE, ap:i, Cul.
On receipt of 10 cents in stamps, I will
furnish specimen copy of the l'on.Titv
Isem.FTiN. an illustrated ) age monthly,
the recognized authority in poultry matters
in the F. S. ; and decidedly t lie bett Poul
try Journal published.. Si. inscription only
Si U-" a year.
Please stat e where you saw this adver
tisement Orders may also be U it at this
iuUri J? i.i-2.:
o .are sutTering frotti tie
Who .are sutTering frotti the ciT-ct of
youthful foliies or initiscrrtiou, will ih j
well to avail th"ii, selves of this, thei
greatest, Ixon laid at t he alt .'.rot sutTering -humaiii!.
iili. l'i r. 1 Will jrniir- S
anti--lo torn-it u.r iv ry case oi se
minal weakness, or pnva.'e disease of
any kiml or chiiracter-which he u.uler
t akes a ml la i Is j o r ure. I le v. oi: M, t le? re
lore, say t o t he u morl u isat suii" r r who
ma. read this notice, that y.-.n ar t read
ing upon itangi rous ground when you
longer delay in seeising t he proper rem-
dy lor s our com ela i:ii . Von may be in
the lir.-t stage ; rem. inbi r yon ar-.' ap
proaching t In- last. It 'you .are bordering
u pon the last , a ml are su ST. ring some or
all of its ill t tr.-cts, remember that il you
persist in procrast inat ion, t he time must
cmni' Avin ii the most skilllr.l ih.vsician
can render on no assistance; wii.'ii tlir
diK-r of iiope m ill In- cin il g: ; i n s t y a i :
when no ang -l of inerc-y can firing you
relief. In no case has the Doctor tailed
of success. Then b t not de spair work
upon your imagination, but avail your
S"ii ot the beta lieial results of his treat
ment bi'S'ore your Case js ieyon, ; f p -reach
of medical skill, or ln'inr" grim
d.at h li urrie.s on : o a pf, niiitur gra ve.
Fllll COUrse of 1 e., ! Illelll $g."'e. ?- llU
money le. Postottie" order or Ex)-ress
with lull de.seri i t ion oi case. Call or
addr. ss, ini A. il. Si i..t.V,
No. 11 Kearny street, Sen Francisco
sept l(i :ly
t T '
3Iain St,, Oregon City.
Jl.l.Mi Ml 1 L aha J I hi osi ; ;.;
liUllli -, -
V can b.
and in lh
4 J A J At . u
nods as re)ireser.;.-i!.
Ji MIX sriKIAM,
l-a. Idle ; r.nd Harness ?.ra';rr.
)regon Ciiy, (ir-.-gon, July il, isT.'S-nbS.
The srandaAl remedy lor C'ns-;i:.
i:itei;y., .s . threat, II im, ('::
t 'r'Xip. I.iv r Cr,:np;(.iiif, I'.renl ' iHs, JUii'l
iitj of tlit J.ttii;s, ami i -wry au'c-i :,in ,-,t i
Throat, I.imgsand fhc:,' incheiirig ",i;s-
i Sfll ITIflN".
itiir'-s If.i!aj:i of tVii.l ( Iicn-j divs
not dry up a cough, but lo:se:is Ilj vleans -s
t he things, and a ! ia ys irrit.a ; :or:, thus r
min,!i the viiic of th ' c an i la i t,t . None
genuine unless signed I. Pi tts. Prepared
by Skth V. FoWl.t- u ,V Sons, Peston. Sold
I'.v liKHDiNCToy, HosTKi iKu Co., San
Francisco, and bv dealers gc neral'.v.
TEE WEEKLY SU3S".
Flglitecn hundred and S"vrn(y-six is :he
Centennial year. It is also the ,-, r ;n
which an O; position House of Ite; resi n
tatives, the first sine til - vsr, will be in
power at. Washington; :. ml t h" yea r of the
twenty-third election oi a l'r,s;ii !;! of the
United states. All of these events tire sure
to be of gr.-at interest and importance,
especially the two latter; and ail' of them
and everything connect- d uith them, will
be lnllv atuttri shly reported and e.i ound
ed i; 1 il y. sun.
1 lie opposition Hons"' of Represent a
t ives, ta Uin.g up lh" Jiie- of impi iry npi-nnl
years ago by TtfK StTx, v. ill sternly end
diligi'td ly invest igate t lie corruj I ions nnd
misdeeds of tirant's adniinisi r.d ion ; etui,
will, it, is to b" ho: i il, lay the ton nda! io:i
for a new a ml b'-tfer period in our nation
al history. Ol all this 'i ii i: St'x will con
tain complete and accurate accounts, fur
nishing its readers with early and Irust
worthy information upon tle se absoruing
The t went. v -third Presidential ( loci ion,
with the preparations lor it, will be mem
orable as ib calling upon Gra nt "s aspira
tions for a t hird term of t ower ami plun
der, a ml st i 1 1 more as deciding who-shall
be tho candidate of the party of Reform,
and as elect ing t hat candidate. Concern
ing all these subjects, those who read 1 UK
Scn will have the constant means ot be
ing thoroughly well informed.
Tjik Wf.kki.y Scn, which has attained a
eireulat ion ol over eight y t hou sa nd copies,
nlri'iKh' hns its readers in every Siate'and
Territory, and we trust t'naf tit ' year ISTti
will see tleir numbers doubled. R will
cunhnu" to be a thorough newspaper. All
the general nws of th" day will be lou'nd
in it, condensed v. hen unimportant, at lull
length when of moment ; and always, we
trust, treated in a clear, interest ing and' in
It is our aim to make Tur: Wkkklv Srx
t he best family newsnaper in the world
and we shall continue to give in its col
umns a large amount of miscellaneous
reading, such as stories, tabs, poems
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 oti'of
its prominent features. The fashions are
also regularly reported in its columns
and so are the markets of cverv kind
The Weekly Scn, eight pages wit h fifty
six broad columns is only id 2' a year
postage prepaid. As t his "priee n iv re
jays the cost of the paper, no discount" can
be made from this rate to clubs, a-cnts
post masters, or anvone. " '
The Daily Scn, "a large four page news
paper of twenty-eight columns, gives all
the news for two cents a copy. Subscrip
tion, post iisre prepaid, vie. a month or St! 50
a year. Sunday edition extra, $1 in per
J'ear. Wc have no traveling agents. Ad
dress. THK SUN, New York City.
BIBLES FOB SALE.
TVST nRCKIVKI), ANI FOR fAI.K,
at my Store in Oregon ' it y, a supply ot
l'.ihles and Testaments. These l ooks are
the property of the America n 1 ;Hle sociei y,
and are olTered for sa le as low as t hey c:i n
be bought at any similar Iet osit ry in
th State. Those wishing to I'lireli.'ise are
invited to call and examine our stock.
Agent for Clackamas County.
10V IS the mi T0
3 50 PEu year'
PAYAP.LE IX ADVAXCE. "
Each number contains the
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
From all Tarts of the World :
A Carefully selected Summary of
STATE, TERKIT0IUAL AM)
A Correct t-d List of the Market. i
1'oillitiii!, Sau rraiicisco andCntoH m,
local :ev,s, editorials.
On nil Suhjects of Interest to the
IMR3ICR, 3IEIiniAM OH 31EHIAMC
Also, Carefully Selected
m mc J a ; r.o i , s r. i:.v in v(;.
In Short , ;t is in Every llespoct a
LIVE 1IEWS PAPER.
Having a large and constantly inereasiri
Circulation in the most populous parte'
the Slate, olTers superior indu.-eiiierits to
those wlio wish to Advertise.
Advert isemcnt s insc-rfe'd mi
TV PI T-V rjirpite
and ii. is there fore a goid time to Si;! s, r;i.
iti order that yon may be i.osbd on curr-:,i
events Send in yoursabscrij lion :,t 0r,.,
EKTERFR5SE BOOK a JOE
OKEfiOX CITY, : OJiKCdN
ryr: ai:;: ri:i:r.M;i:i to kxi .::
t V all i.inds oi
mi.i.-ii i:a is,
I'A M I'll i. in s,
MtiiT: .-if." i:s,
in ;:.i-t all kinds f work done ti in i'r.i.'.-i
Ti"IrJ,TI fT-!, TST' T-i
A E E K I N I S OF
constnnfly or. haiul. ar.d for sale at as "
a pr;c as can be had in the stjdc-.
A N D
Oregon City, March 21, lX73-tf.
.ifiEMs rou the ETti;ri;isL
Tlie following persotis are lior:zed t
act as agents tor the Knti:i:i'i:isK :
ieo. V. Howell V Co., 10 1'ark K'W, Nt'w
Coe, '.Vetherill A Co., 007 Chestnut str.-
Abbott it Co., No. ar.d SI Nassau snu
San Francisco ) p. p. Kili'.r
St. Helens, Columbia county . A.
Astoria, Clatsop county - !!"'w's
,, . : i j sunn;
Marnsburg .. .. C(.n
Eafavi tte, Yamhill county fl-1 ' ' s
J -allas, Folk county l'vc .'"ji:',,-
F,,I;! ': "k. ii.Ti"'1
.lacksonvillc , ' xV ,e,s
Fenton county - - ' "i "..rn.-tt
Vinyon City.tirant co " V". ";n,0!,i
Albany ", lllt, j
Ilalles, Wasco county, s" ( ." (y:i.:-
Ea;rande, 1'n'mn county '"Kii"i
IVndktm, Fnnatilla eoui.ty,....
Hem V w.iih
inn. i .
; n. c. hl' r
p E Pl-ilt!"
Denver Creek "'n' 7 -niva T
Fntteville .' 'v V .?;a
Cascades 'V 1 t
I 'a n by
'nt t i ng's
Eagle l "reek
I I a Tiling's
Lower .'.lolalia ,.. . rg.-r
Milwaukie J"hnt ,"Vn V-''f
Upper Molalla . H.
OREGON CITY BREWER
Iloiiry 3 hi mh el,
fJ"AVJN IUJRCIIAS- ykhrV1'
fl eil the above P.rew- iyrfjjj..1'f'ia- '
cry wisiies to inform the pn '.H'yc' qi:'''"
now j ire pared to manufacture a -Ity
z, a o k n r.y.w .
as good as can be obtained 'lJ 'pinr'H
the State. Orders solicited ana