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!rrrrr judges of KIeUon
following "i"ns have been
Th ,1 liiJge the coining Presi
PPin, nj congressional election in
lentul . to be held Tuesday, the 7th
enU .fv to be held Tuesday,
T. Matlock, G
.' .d V. A. Mills
paster, '".;,'. Lewellen, YY.j.rail
lr- .. iwk- IMvia i-.e
id lentz, James
l.ociv w TjeardorlT.
Winston. ' rvMc(iugin, E. Bates,
J- - rcfeek-Ii. Lake.
Simes Younjf .
G,t,heVi'1nj " Hiram Fellows,
U ai A. TVa,eV.
George , I TViiilinerer. J
cTp stout. , .
PlCT!-L. Dibble. J.
JS'sSnS-John Wilhoit. Wm.
ISM-Thos. Jomes, Thos. Gar-i'odVSt'oValla-C.
W. Noblett, CO.
MSby-A! E. Wait. II. A. Lee, Wm.
KStia-J. A. Barbaur, Isaac Frost,
JT;VmTu-jos.'lIedges, Wm. Elliott,
j. I. Iliaiic- iaiu,
. 'ue-ro-O. W. Brya
Johnson, K. I).
Tualatin--II. E. Hayes, John Kru.se,
iVnlll'l A.J. Bl'll.
C s .riiiiwater-K. B. Lewellen. J. C.
(Vrot litis, L. A. Lacey.
Viola . Norton, Abel Mattoon,
1Irpkk's for NdVEMBKK - The
Ma'Mzhu fr November is a bright
and beautiful number, rich in the vari
Ptv "f its eonteiit.H, and iji pictorial
ilfutration. The number opens with
t)Ofitt lv theauthorof "John Halifax,
Uentieinen," entitled "Magnus and
M.irna. a Shetland Fairy Tale." Con
structed as an ojcratta for a musical
jiiToinpaniim'nt, it is full of rich lyrical
Items; and it is an exquisite story. A
tiew storv bv Miss Thackeray is begun
in tliis number. "A Wnman-l later,"
which lias reached its fitlli part, in-
ereaes wuu ca- u niutiiuii-iu n un;
storv. Interesting short stories are
contributed lV tho best writers. As
interesting as "a story is the owt'iful
character' sketch, by !,M anonymous
iitithor. entitled "A Grand Business
Man of tin New School." The editorial
departments arc unusually full and in
ten'htinv;, including the pleasant social
gossip of the'Ivi-v Chair," an interest
ing "resume" of iinjortaut lecent
books, the summaries of scientific pro
gress and of current events, ami an
entertaining "Drawer." The Bazar and
Week lv are filled with choice illustra
tion of i assimr event j anl the fashions.
Knights of Pythias. In speaking
of this order the Portland Standard
nays: "The order of the Knights of
Pythias is making rapid strides in
Oregon as well as elsewhere. Its
growth in the East has been wonderful,
ami (lin ing; I he recent session of the
Supreme- Bodge sit Philadelphia J.fMO
Knights in full armor paraded the
streets. It was the grandest and most
imprt sdve turnout of the Centennial
heries. At th' present time there arc
four lodsres in Oietron, viz: two in
Portland, one at Coos Bay, smd one in
Peuilh'lon. There is aiso a lodge at
Wall Walla, Washington Territory.
When a State shall h ive live lodges "it
hhall l eeiuitled toaGrand Ijodge. Ore-i-'on
will shor'.lv have one more than
the required nuiiiU r, Astoria and Ore
gon Citv having applied for a charter
within the past fortnitrht. We are in
firmed that in about ten weeks hence,
the Oregon City lodgo will lo instituted.
A large delegation of Portland Knights
will proceed to that place for the pur
ose of assisting in the exercises and a
jiarade of uniformed members headed
lv a band ef music may be looked for
nt that time by the citizens of both
Autificial. SroNi:. Tho Portland
P.ee of last Monday says: "The more
tests which Leather's patent stone is
subjected to the more it proves capable
f enduring. A fter subjecting it to the
severest test and watching it for months
Gov. 1. I. Thompson has decided that
it is a "good thimr." and accordingly,
in company with Messrs. Atkinson aiid
Wakefield, lias purchased the rights
for Marvland, Delaware and the Dis
trict of Columbia. When such men as
these put their money into patent
ricbf there must 0 substantial and
1eiiumst rable proofs of use ami lura
ttilrty in the article covered by the pat
ent. We understand that Mr. Thomp
Mon Kill Ivist to look after the terri
tory. A r?t-2A. The Oregonian tells of
ilie discovery of boiling springs of sil
ver the Tascade mountains, which
asx.iv $9,17(1 to the ton. The space cov
i rod bv these springs is said to be a
vWe ' quarter section, and wagons
Mjhl Ih loaded with the precious
metal w'uli on'v theexpense of ilipping
it The names of the men who
vlaim t have discovered this lonamra
are R.S.K'imnions, T. J. Itobinson. It.
l'ruee. Alonro Xewell, Geo. White and
Geo. :,. Tlirt tory ' rather thin,
l ut e give it for what it is worth.
riEn. The snnnmnceJiient of tho
death of Mis Laura, eecond daughter
of Mr. John Toner, t Lincoln, Polk
ountr. lust vr(.k. will ln ,-oceivcd
resrr-et by a larire circle of friends
and acquaintances m this citv. Miss
JiUira wa in her twentieth vVar, and
w:s a hrV'U d lovelv trirl. he was
ar.'sniPni , h'u eitv'for mauv varft,
M-ui )ove'1 3,1,1 re(eKo! 'l.V all.
W "Vr,,'U(n !'hs and brothers
i nanv rL ,.aTff'1' '"pathy of their
many fnend ln thi VicinStv
Sei.mxo- Lioi-ort ov r,
mine that liquor
tvas lrt openly at the last election
fuTorno"'" ,,,rKn. t the iSirtriet
X!'hi w,Tverthe1rnilty iiarty
, rL , n 1n, TZr to selling lienor
theVrre 1 "r l U ur nty toehroniele
ne x? Ti I'll ai1; for Us violation
y' A word to wise i
nuZ DAXf-ELast Saturday
r,f, Ut lwent-v Ple assembled
til C1auomah lall and enjoved
Uepart.l t .z 'V ''"ay, wnen inev
larks. Xf: ...l, ,;,r. ?,nL", !My as
it a noinrVk 1 . nl ,,t:nagers making
tiin 11? that ? have a go,d
week, 1. " Kiven
h enlnrAXZA-Mr omas Brown
chinr,- , , " w save the ma
Sna ' Tl biler of the wrecked Bo-
lowln;, fJ : L"x ",.m yf? obtain the fol-
nsluo ; A 1 tne ,r-chinerv on
u thrfU tult ,"Mn1outi " the water
taL- " "'T iefi more tho i
l raised .then he ca pmhablv
outer , L" Fft the machinery
fallen ,t wo OPtlJtr Sld-e- The w ater has
Koing down0;, 1Qches, and is still
IjEttkr IjIst. Letters remaining in
the Postoffice, at Oregon City, Nov.
Adams, Chas. Lible, Francis,
linker, James. Patterson, II. L.
Jionra.sa, Herbert.' Richardson, Mr,
Fielding, Joseph. Stone, II. W.
fiard, Zaehariah. Woodward, CO.
If called for please say when "adver
tised." J. M. Bacon, P.M.
Accident. Mr. J. II. Lambert, a
well known resident of this county,
met with a severe accident at his place
near Milwaukie last Friday. He was
descending the steep bank to the river,
when he slipped and fell across a large
rock, fracturing two of his ribs and
being severelv bruised. He is getting
along a9 well as possible under the
The Hayes and Wheeler club of
Portland will hold a grand rally and
torch-light procession at Portland next
Mondav nieht. The club of this city
are negotiating with the steamboat com-
nanv for a ooat. ana n
ments can ie made
be extended for all
an invitation will
to attend, free of
will bo given by
charge. Due notice
Located. Mr. E. J. Swafford, who
was devil on this paper under Mr.
Ireland's administration, has retired
from the typographical line, and has
purchased the Salem Bag Factory from
Mr. George II. Chance. Elliot bears a
first class reputation for honesty and
business capacity, and we feel confident
that he will do well in his new business.
Hayes and Witeet.kr Ci-.cb.- Mr.
J. F. Caples, of Portland, will address
the Hayes and Wheeler club of this
city at their headquarters on Saturday
evening. Mr. Caples is known to be
one of the best speakers in the State,
and it is needless to say thnt he will
make it interesting for all. Let there
le a full house. Ladies ran rest assured
that they can find front seats.
Boots and Shoes. As winter is
rapidly approaching it behooves those
who wish to guard against colds and
consumption to see that their feet are
protected, and Shepaid's is just the
place to secure a first class article. He
receives the latest stylos direct from
San Francisco and sells at bottom
prices. Remember the place, one door
north of Ackerman Bros.
TriE Canal anil Bock Commissioners,
Mr. B. Jennings of Clackamas, Mr.
Tatom of Polk, and Mr. Allen Parker
of I, inn, met in this city last Friday
and proceeded to organize according to
the provisions of Senate Bill No. U. Mr.
Allen Parker was elected president of
the Board, and a young gentleman
from Polk county, " whose " name we
failed to obtain, secretary.
Mr. Wm. Wnrri.ocic, Sr., had quite
a fall last Saturday, lie was repairing
the roof on his residence, and in de
scending, the ladder slipped and lie
tell about ten feet to the ground, frac
turing a rib, and was severely bruised.
He is getting along finely, and will lie
out in time to vote tor Hayes and
Mr. Henry Soci.s, who resides some
12 miles across the river, in Washing
ton county, was in town last week. He
informs us that he does Ids trailing in
Portland, but would prefer coming to
this citv if we had a bridge over the
river, as it is three miles nearer, and
that most of his neighbors would do
The October number of the West
Shore has been received, ami is fully
up to the standard. Its illustrations
ami freneral appearance compare favor
ablv with Eastern pap rs of its charac
ter." The annual address of tin; State
Agricultural Sooietv, delivered bv V.
I.. Adams, M. I., i given in full inthia
number, and should k? read by all.
(ioNK FittiM Ouit GAZK.--Our young
and " fascinating friend Mr. Ilendee,
who has been employed in Ward k
Hardings drug store for some months
past, took hi departure for Port
land last Wednesday afternoon, vhere
he will engage in the photograph
business with his father. Simtiel isone
of the boy., he is, and he has our best
wishes for success.
Parti The first party of the sea
son was inaugurated at the residence
of Mr. F. O. MeCown last Monday
evening, and was a very pleasant affair.
Tuesday evening another party took
nlace at the residence of Mr. Win.
holmes, which, from the report of
those, who attended, we should judge
was highly enjoyed.
Wm. Warui-.n, formerly a type-
sticker in this office, but now degencr
ated into a compounder of pills at Mo-
Minniilln. is reported bv the i amhill
lteiorter as making rapid striles in
the direction of matrimony. Go it.
Mill, you have our heartfelt sympathy
in your mislortune.
Jupgk Trimih.K addressed tho Dv
mocracv at Myers' Hall last Saturday
night. Tho audience was at least half
ltenidiliciuis. and did not amount i
over tiftv. The speaker did not make
it verv 'interesting for his listeners.
ii d Miov were peculiarly happy when
TilK offer made by Mr. W. S. Shan
non in our issue of the 13Uh ult., should
imi-P Imen 1 1)0 trees from his donation
ImtwI fbiim for wood purposes. The
tlirt r.rrent ra'e of stuuipage
for cord wood would amount to at least
$500. On with the good work.
Politics are the main subject of dis
cussion and will continue to be until
after next Tuesday, when the Demo
crats will be wrndering how they came
to le so wild as to put their money up
on .Shammy liluen.
Mr. M. C. Atiikv will address the
people in the vicinity ot 101a mis
(Friday) evening on the political issues
of the day. All are invited to do pre
ent, jrresiective of jartv.
Thursday a carriage team be
louring to Ed. Clements, took a little
run doivn Main street. I hey were
brought up -'' front of Sellings with a
Mb. Geo. L.AZtoco.L'K, accompanied
by his sou Al fonzo, left San Francisco
lit week for Colorado. George is go
ing to school at the Oakland Military
Captaix Wilkinson presided at the
Congregational Church last Sunday
morion" and at the union service in
Recovered. Rev. Mr. Huff, pastor
of the Baptist Chureb, has recovered so
as to be around again, and will preacl
at his church on Sunday.
Four marriage licences have bvn
issued by the county clerk during the
J. W. Tiiompsox, of this citj-, was
registered at the Centennial the other
Commkucial, travelers have been
quite numerous during the past week.
Ldsvi Lfxasd, the "Hermit of Ore
gon City," is lecturing on tho Sound.
Union service at tho Baptist Church
next Sunday evening.
Something Wrong. Mail matter I
ior una place which should have ar
rired Tuesday morning from Portland
comes from the south on Wednesday
This thing is getting rather monoton
ous, and we hope the Postal Agent will
look after that sleepy mail clerk. If
he don't, we shall take occasion to iro
alter him with a stutted club.
Nemeyer A Utter are the fashiona
ble tailors of the metropolis. If you
want anything in their line, vou may
be sure that they can till the bill.
Some Apple. Rev. Mr. Huff has an
apple, presented by a friend in Port
land, which weighs twentv-fourounces.
We shall be happy to furnish our
country friends with receipts for $2 50,
paid for the Enterprise. City friends
Mr. R, W. Knott was adjudged in
sane bv the countv court on rh nf
October.and sent to the Insane Asylum.
Well informed politicians say that
Clackamas countv will give at least
fifty majority for Hayes and Wheeler.
Fcrnitcre. Mr. John Sehram has
opened a furniture store in connection
with his saddle and harness shop.
Our citj' will be largely represented
at the Republican rally in Portland
next Monday evening.
The boiler r.nd steam driver for Capt.
Cochran's now steamboat arrived in
Portland last Sunday.
We' are under obligitions to Mrs.
Eugene LaForest for a basket ot lino
A good tiro has boon quite comfort
able around the house fur tho past
Vote for Hayes and Wheeler and
Dick Williams, is tho Republican cry.
The ladies of the M. E. Church will
give a church festival at an early day.
Frost was around
nights during the past week.
One year ago the first of this month
this paper changed hands.
The Good Templars' Bodge in this
city is a thing of the past.
Now is the time to drop in and get
our receipt for $2 50.
The weather-wise- predict a long and
Rally at Portland Monday even
Election next Tuesday.
Fresh oysters at Fuch's.
In this citv, Oct. "0, 1876. bv M. C. A they,
J. P.. lr. J. W. Norris and Mrs. M. E.
lMlicr. all of Clackamas county.
At. his residence in Oanemah, Nov. 1,
ISTtf. Mr. S. I,. Stevens.
In this city, at the residence of her
mother-in-law, on October 21th, Mrs. lan
m K. Kershaw, aged 113 years.
Deceased was bom in the State nnd city
of New York. Became a member of tho
Baptist Church in the year 1S71. On the
th day of June, 1S70, nan united in mar
riage with Mr. James Kershaw, the now
sorrowing husband. They came imme
diately to Oregon, residing in Yamhill Co.
for a time, and subsequently in
City until her death. She urn s sick about
one week and snfiVred intensely. When
near death she seemed fully conscious of
her condition, but wa.swillinrandatixioii8
to go. Her last words were. "Lord do take
me" "Good night. " May Heaven's bless
ing rest upon her companion and friends.
Her funeral services were conduet' d from
the residence on Oct. 25th. G. W.Day.
An Unuaiiswcratlc Arjjuuicjit.
The strongest argument which can be
urged ngalnst the advisability of admin
istering such corrosive and nerve-destroy
ing poisons as arsenic and quinine for in
termittent and remittent fevers, is tho
vastly superior success la the prevention
and cure of such diseases of a medicine
which Is tho very antipode of the above
named drugs, both in respect of its comio
sition and the results wrought by It. Such
a medicine is Hostetter's Stomach Hitters,
a purely vegetable preparation, which not
only eradicate with wonderful prompti
tude very trace of fever and gue, and
kindred types of malarious disease, rora
the system, but Is a certain preventive of
all maladies begotten of a miasma-tainted
air and water. These results mineral and
anti-febrile remedies do not effect with cer
tainty, and their continued use entails con
sequences highly pernicious to the system.
The Hitters, on the contrary, not only af
ford speedy relief, but establish hea'.th on
a permanent basis.
"A Drowning? Man will Catch at a
If he catch it, it, will do him no good.
Thousands of eople, who have negl.-cted
cokls and coughs until they have become
dangerous, will rush to almost every nos
trum for relief. This is why so many ex
P'Timents ore tried ly the sufferers. Goto
your druggist, buy a bottle of Wistar's
Balsam of Wii-n Cn eiiry, and use it with
confidence. It will benefit at once and ul
timately cure. It is no straw; it is a c:ible
well tried ! hold on to it and be saved. Sold
by all druggists.
The most miserable beings in the world
are thowe suffering from Dyspepsia and
Liver "om plaint.
More t han seventy-five per cent, of the
people in the United States are afflicted
with these two diseases and their effects:
such as Sour .Stomach, Sick Headache,
Habitual Costlveness, Palpitation of the
H"art ileart-burn, ater-nrash, gnawing
and burning pains at the pit of the Stom
ach. Yellow Skin, Coatfnl Tongue and disa
greeable taste in the mouth, coming up of
food alt-T eating, low spirits, Ac. o to
Ward & Hakping'h and get a 7 cent Hot
tie of ArocsT Fi,owfr or a Sample Rot tie
for 10 cents. Try it Two doses will relieve
you. Agents, Crane & Hingham, Whole
sale Druggists, San Francisco, Cal.
From Rev. Sylranns Cnbl, of Boston,
formerly hiiitorot in "tnrutmii
Dear Sir It may be some satisfaction to
vou to be informed of the result of the
trial of the Peruvian Syrup in my family
My daughter was brought low by a typhoid
fever last Spring, and after the fever left
her she continued very weak, and th
simplest footl distressed her. For months
she remained in the same debilitated eon
dition: but from t he 1st of September last.
when she commenced taking the Syrup,
the digestive functions improved, and she
steadilv gained strengt h and vivacity : and
now. after taking two lottles, h Is re
stored to a good state of health; indeed
she appears more really healthy than she
has for several years past. I am of opin
ion that t he "Protoxide of Iron" contained
in the Peruvian Syrup, was adapted to
Iit case, and effected what no other
known medicine could have effected.
Yours truly, S. Cobb.
Sold by all druggists.
Heautify the complexion, and rc
move nimnles. scalds, stings, chapped Hps
prickly heat and all irritation of the skin
bv ns'injr Glenn's Sulthur Soap. In
cases of Gout and Rheumatism it is also
ITTIic National Gold Medal was award
ed o Bradley jfc Itulofson for the best
Photographs ln the United States, and the
Vienna Aieuai ior tno nest in me woriu.
429 Montgomery Street. San Francisco,
4 T GEORGE FUCU's, OPPOSITE THE
. Depot. .Served up for customers j
FlCESH OK sTKW'EI). j
Families supplied at the rate of 75 cents i
per hundred. GEORGE LCH-S.
Oregon City, Oct. Cu-tf
A BARGAIN !
ISP AN DRAFT HOUSE'S, HARNESS
and new Wagon for sale, Apply to
J. G. liO-NNET,
Or to G. WlLLrs, Blacksmith. sepfJSMra.
NEIBIEYER & UTTER,
31 First Street, Portland.
Oct. 8. M7li XI.
MILLER, CHURCH & CO.,
1AY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR
WHEAT, at all times, at the
Oregon City ftlills,
And have on hand
FEED and FLOUR
to sell, at market rates. V
Feed, must furnish sacks.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT
xi I have been appointed .Administrator
ot the estata ot Lucy E. Moore, deceased.
by the Hon. County Court of Clackamas
County, Oregon, therefore all persons hav
ims claims against saiil estate are re
quired to present them to me on or before
t he expiration of six mont hs from the date
ot tins notice, with projM-r vouchers.
JOHN" II. MDORE. Adm'r.
I,. T. Da r. in, Atfy tor Adm'r.
Oregon City, Oct. 20-1870.
STILL I N T 11 E T I E L 1) !
REMOVED SECOND D003 SOUTH OF
WILLiAMS & HARDING,
rrKKI'THK MOST COMPLETE STOCK
iV. of Family Groceries to be found in the
city. All goods warramttid. Goods delivered
In the city free of charge. The highest cash
once paid tor country iroduce.
Onton :ity. March 28, 1873.
XARK IKES. FACTS!
THE TESTIMONY OF THE WHOLE
eVLrt the Suffering and diseased read
e"b't all who have been given up by
Doctors, and spoken of as incurable, read
I he following.
y"iet all who can believe facts, and
can have faith in evidence, read the fol
lowing. Kami' til' men by these rt .tents, That, ou
this, the Twentieth day of .June, in the
year of Our Lord, Onu Thousand Might
Hundred and .Sixty-six, personally came
.lo-seph llaydock to mo lviiosn as such,
and Oein only sworn deposed as loilows:
" That he is the sole general agent lor the
United States and dependencies thereof
for preparations or medicines known as
Or. llolloway's Pills and ointment, and
t hat the following certificates are verbatim
copies to t he best of his knowledge and be
lief. JAMKS S.MKt l KK, Notary Public.
I- s. 14 Wall street. New York.
Iy. IIOLLOWAY : I take my pen to write
you of my great T'-iiel and that the awful
pain in my side ha leit meat last thanks
to your pills. Oh, Doctor, how thankful I
am that I can get some sleep. 1 can never
writ it enough. I thank you again and
again, and am sure i hat you are really
the iriend of all siU'en rs. I could not
help writ ing to you, and hope you will nut
take it amiss. JAMES MY Kits.
HG Avenue D.
This is to certify that I was discharged
from the army with Chronic Diarrluea.
tnd have beta cured by Dr. Holloway s
ills. WILSON HAUVKY,
New York, April 7, ISiiti. 21 J'tii St.
The following is an interesting case of a
man employed m an iron Foundry, who.
u pouring melted iron into a cask that
was damp and wet, caused an explosion.
1 he melted iron was thrown around and
on him in a perfect shower, and he was
burned dreadfully. The following certifi
cate was given to me, by him. about eight
weeks after the accident :
New York, Jan. 11,
My name is Jacob Hardy ; lam an iron
Founder. 1 was badly burnt by hot Iron
in November last ; my burns healed, but I
had a running sore on my leg that would
not heal. 1 tried Holloway's Ointment
ind if cured me in a few weeks. This is
Ul true and anybody can see iue at Jack
son's Iron Works, 2d Avenue.
J. HAHDY , 119 Goerch Street.
EXTRACTS FKOX VARIOUS LKTTKBS.
'I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
gave me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box. and keei them
in the house."
'Dr. Holloway has cured mr headache
that was chronic."
"I gave one of your Pills to my babe for
cholera morbus. The dear little thlnz icot
we; I in a day."
"My nausea of a morning is row cured.'
'Your hfix of Holloway's Ointment cured
me of noises In the head. I rublcdsome of
your Ointment behind the ears, and the
noise has left."
'Send me two boxes. I want one for a
I enclose a dollar, your price t-i '2Ti cents.
but. the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
send me five Itoxes ot your Pills."
"I-iet me have three loxes of voiir Pills
by return mail, for Chills and Fever."
I have over2'M such testimonials as these
but want of space compels me to conclude.
FOR CUTANEOa DISORDERS.
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is most invaluable. It, docs not. bi-l
externally alone, but. penel rates with t he
most searching cifects to the vervi root lof
Invariably cure the following diseases:
Disorders of tlf Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting: these organs,
whet her they secrete too much or tool i:t le
wafer; or whether they r afflicted with
stone or gravel, or with aches and p.iins
settled in the loins over the regions of the
kidneys, these 1'ills should be taken .ic-
cording to the printed direct ions, and the
Ointment should be well rubbed Into t he
small of t he back at bed t ime. This treat
ment will give almost Immediate relief
when all other means have failed.
For Stomach out of Order.
No medicine will so eff ctuallv improve
the tone of the stomach as these Pills ;t hey
remove all acidity, occasioned either by
intemperance or improper diet. TheV
reach the liver and reduce it to a healthv
action; they are wonderfully efficacious
in cases of spasm in fact they ri'-ver fail
in curing all disorders of the liver end
Holloway's Pills are the best remedy
known in t he world for the following dis
eases: Ague, Asthma, Riiious Complaints.
RIotches on t he Skin, Colics, Constipation
oi ine itoweis. consumption. !. itv
Dropsy, Dysentery, Erysipelas, Female ir
regularities. Fevers of all kincis, Fits, (rout.
Headache, Indigestion, Inflammation,
Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Lumbago.
Pii"S, Kheuniatlsm, Retention of Urine,
croiuia, or ivings i-,vp, wore Throats
Stone and (travel. Secondary Symptoms,
Tie-Douloureux, Tumors, ITlcest. Venera!
Affections, Worms of alt kinds. Weakness
irom an y cause, dtc.
None are genuine unless the signature
of J. Uaydock, as agent for the United
States, surrounds each box of Pi'Js and
Ointment. A handsome reward will be
given to any one rendering such informa
tion as may lead to the detection of anv
p&rtyor parties counterfeiting the medi
cines or vending the same, knowing them
to be spurious.
So!d nt the Manufacor of Professor
Holloway v Co., New York, and bv all
respectable Druggists and Dealers in Med
icine throughout the civilized world, in
boxes at 25 cents, and C2 cents, and fl
"TThere Is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
N. B.-r-Dlrections for the guidance of
patents in every disorder are affixed to
MILLINERY GOODS !
ST nECElVED, AT MRS. E. .
'arren's Millinery Store. anew and
elegant stock of latest styles of Millinery
and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, for tho
Which will be sold at reasonable prices.
I.adies living In the country, favoring m
with their orders, will And them promptly
MHS. E. S. WAKltEX,
One door south of Dr. Welch's office.
Oregon City, March 17, 1876.
LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR OF
the Liverv Stable on Fifth street.Oregon
City, Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
aid Hack. Saddle
and Jtuggy Horses.
E. B. CLE MEM 3,
Oregon City, Nov. 5, 1S75. Proprietor.
"CITY OF SALEM."
I IKREAPTKH AXI)
11 tiier notice
City of balem win
touch ut thu
WHARF H OREGON CITY,
On its up trips each week on
AVeduesduy and Saturday Mornings,
And ou the down trips,
Tuesday mid Friday Afternoon.
Freight and Travel respectfully solicited.
V. 11- SCOTT v CO.
July 13, 1S76 :tt.
FABffl FOR SALE !
A FINE FARM ADJOINING NOR
J ton's postoltice, in Clackamas county,
cimsistins of ;5J0 acres ; iu acres under cul
tivation. 18 acres ready to sow in wheat, at
the present time, orchard of NX) trees, a
good house and barn, line well of water in
the house, 2 brood mares, good wagon and
harness, 2 line cows and calves, all of
which will be sold cheap for cash. For
further particulars inquire at this office,
or to E. A. Q II INN.
Norton's postoftico, Sept. 7. l7U-2m.
THOMAS C H A fi Fi A N
KSIUES TO INFORM THE C1TIZKXS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on band and doing
business on the old motto, that
A I'inible Six I'ctice is Better than a Slow
I have just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one ot the
LARGEST AfSD EEST SELECTED
STOCK OP GOODS
ever before offered in this city ; and consists
iu part, as follows :
r.oots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and loors,
Stoneware, . .Crockery,
Jewelry of Various Qualit ies
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy N
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
aver offered in this market, and was seleted
with especial care for t he Oregon City trade.
All of which 1 now otrer ior tale at me
Lowest Market f?atss.
No use fori he ladies, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods for
I am IMertMimi to Sell Vnrip and not to
allow myself to be
L'NDERSOLI) IN THE STATE OF OREGON.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Oregon Citv enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
mcl see lor yourselves mat the oiu stand oi
cannot be beaten In quality or price. II
would be useless tor me to tell you all the
advantages I can offer you in the sale of
goods, as every store that advertises does
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All l wish to say is
Coinr, and SfT,aml Examine for Yourselves
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
My object is to tell all my old friends now
that I am still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed ujon. Tliankingall for the liber
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
THOS. CHAR MAN,
Main Street, Oregon City,
Iegal Tenders and Countv Scrip taken at
market rates. THOS. CHARM AN.
y-50,000 lbs wool wanted bv
THOS. CHARM AN.
T)VHT-.IC NOTICE IS I1KHKH1 GIVEN
that, pursuant to an order of the
Countv Court of Marion County, Oregon, I
will ftffer ror sale, at public "auction on
Friday, f lie 3 It li tiny of Nov. 170,
At 11 o'clock A. r., nt the Court. House
door in Oregon City, Clackamas Countv
Oregon for gold coin in hand, the follow
ing descrned ral estate, lloning to the
estate of Joseph A. Wright, deceased, to
wn : 1 oi oi ,-ec. a no 1 ne .n. w. n( t he
S. E. V and lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Sec. 2' all
in T. 4 S., R. 2 E. of the Willamette Meri-
oinn. t.-'jjiLiiiiiiu;; nj nerd's, aiso rne un-
iiviieu one-eigrit n interest in the West y.
offth" donation land claim of Harrison
Wright and wife.it being cla im No 33, and
o"ing parrs 01 z, ., .U and ."52 in T.
ti. l 1;-. oimo vt inaniPtr.e Meridian
ana situate in ciacKamas oumv Oregon
J. M. I5ROWN?
Oetoler20, 1S70-II. Adm'r.
HA VINO REIIODKLKD AXD EX
larged our Pork Packing Establish
ment, we will be prepared to purchase
1,1)00 or more Hogs this season, and for
which we will pay th highest market
price. Cash down on deliver-.
AIiRRIGIIT dt LOGV8,
Omwnn City, Oct. fj, I879 i9ra.
B. A. HUGHES,
Opposite the rostoffice,
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
II A TS ,
BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' AXD GEMS' FCRMSHLX'G GOODS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
STOCK OF GEXKRAIj DIFU-
chandise Js large and well assorted.
There is no house in the city that can
SMALL PROFITS AND QITCK RETURNS,
Is my motto.
Please call and see for yourselves that
the Goods at the old firm of 1. A. Hughes
cannot be beaten in quality or price.
I keep the best Tea and Coffee and a
good supply of Family tirocerirs.
I give the highest market price for trood
13. A. HUGHES.
Oregon City, March 17th, 1S70.
County Scrip Taken us Cusli.
FOK SAL 12.
HAVE THE FOLLOWING HEAL
Estate for sale.
No. 1. Desirable building block in Oregon
No. 2. 10 Acres, good house, and barn
full of hay; 8 acres in cultivation,
orchard, good water: 1" miles Irom
Oregon City. Price $5W, half down.
3. HW acres of S. S. White's donation
claim, 2M miles from Oregon City;
4. 100 acres, S miles S E of Oregon
City, Id acres in cultivation, open
brush land, running water, good
wiieat land ; price, f-ViU.
No.5. Part of all the Iiarber farm, on the
river at Kock Islaud above Oregon
Cit y ; $'i per acre.
No. G. 320 acres, 2 miles from Graham's
ferry on the Willamette river, SO acres
in cultivation, 12 acres in an orchard
of choice varieties of fruit, 30 acres in
wheat, l-r0 acres under fence, gcod
house, barn and running water, 12
miles from Oregon City. Price 1 1,250,
part down balance on time.
No. 7. :i'iO acres; 7o improved, a large,
new, well finished trame dwelling,
plum and apple orchards, living wa
ter, is acres of fall wheat. 0 miles
from Oregon City, on Molalla road.
church and school house adjoining;
can be had lorfi.2.jU, one-third uown,
balance on time.
No. 8. 204 acres 10 miles east of Oregon
City, 1)0 miles from Viola grist and
saw mill and ixistoflic; 00 acres in
cultivation, 100 acres under fence,
good frame house 13x34 "J," 10x22. o
acres in fruit trees. Price Jl.Coo, half
No. 9. 40 acres at Milwaukie; part
beaver dam. Price, $1,000.
.so. l". a one and a half story house, one
lot, barn, woodshed, well, etc., in
Oregon City, lor f 125.
No. 11 100 acres of land, with 10 acres un
der new fence and a growing crop of
wheat, about 40 acres v ry easily
cleared, all of the rest timbered land,
well . watered, N miles from Oregon
City. Price $825; $500 cash, $-122 on
time, at 10 per cent, per annum.
No. 12. 80 acres four miles from Canby
railroad station; 5 acres ready to
plow, good log barn, 400 feet of lum
ber loi a Kinall house, good open
land ; Price, f J75.
No. 13. 322 acres 17 miles southeast of
Oregon City ; 75 acres in cultivation,
and 75 acres can easily be put in cul
tivation, double log house, barn, good
water, 5 acres ot an orchard. 1'rice,
f i.u.Ki, half down.
No. 11. .150 acres ten miles east of Oregon
City, 7 miiesirom Marshtield station ;
75 acres in cultivation, 3iR) acres of
level bottom land, good box house
and frame barn, good running water
tor stock, good slock ranch, 7m bear
ing Ifruit trees. Price St.20i. Will
fell stock and crop to purchaser if
o. 15. 100 acres f miles east of Oregon
City ; tin acres in cultivation, 5 acres
in orchard, good bouse and barn, re
maining land easily cleared. lYiee
f 2,51 Ml, ha f down.
Other desirsible bargains in Clackamas.
the best county in the State.
Any sne having money to lend can have
our s'-rvices, Iree of charge, in managing
the same and s-lect ing securit ies.
Persons wanting to borrow money can
get favorable terms by calling on us.
JOHXSOX & Mrt'OlVX, Mini
JOH VSO.V, McCOWX .fc MACIU'JI.
Offices In Oregon Citv and Portland,
Nov. 12. 1875 :! 1
Lower Than Ever!
the late unsettled
condition tf the
l-.astern and Call
fornia Money Mar
kcis, t have
The largest Stock
fc.ver brought, to
Oregon, and am now enabled to offer them
at Retail at former WHOLKSALK
No plated Jewelry of any kind is kept in
mij r.M iiuusiiiiii-ni. i-.very article is war
ranreu as represented. 1 also have the
Agency 01 ine unrivalled Ulumoml Spec
10 i nose intending to send East for
v aicnes, 1 would say 11 they will let rne
know the name and nriee nf tho w.iioh
they intend to send for, 1 will furnish the
same waicn ior the same price.
P.y all means give me a call before goin
or sending elsewhere.
,n, B. L. STOWS,
103 Eront-st., Portland, Oregon.
FRUITS AfaD' VEG ETA3LES.
Main Street, Oregon fity,
One door south of Ward A, Harding's
At'R STOCK CONSISTS OF EVERY
J thing usuallv
in a well stocked
Keep only first
Family Grocery Store,
SOrders delivered to any part of Oregon
uiry or canenian.
Oregon City, June 9, 1876 if.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
T. w! RHODES,
Transient Board, $1 to 82 per Day.
Single Meals 30 cents.
Board per IVeek J....S5 OO
Board and Lodging, per week...f C OO
The Table will be supplied with tho best
the market Affords.
Hall Suppers furnished on short notice,
and at reasonable terms.
Nov. 19, 1S73 If
TO ALL WHOM IT HAY
BEING DUSIHOIS OF ADOPTING
a new rule of business, I would rcqust
those indebted to me to come and
Pay Up Immediately,
And save inconvenience and expense, as I
have determined to collect what is due me.
I have reduced the prices on Goods great
ly, and can assure all that 1 can give
Bargains to Cash Duyets,
Come and see for your own satisfaction
J. P. WARD.
GEORGE A. HARDING.
DiGGIST? AND AFOTHECARIES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
general assortment of
IDi'us and. Clieniicals,
Cumbs uixl ltruslies,.
Shoulder Ilvnce Fancy unci
lie rose ue Oil, Iump Chimney.
ldis, FuUy, Pain I, Oils.
Varnidu't and Dye Stuff's,
ri'KE WISES AM) LKUOKS FOU 3IE
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
C-TThysicinns Prescriptions carefully
compounded, and all orders correctly an
swered. K)pen at all hours of the night.
8A11 accounts must be paid monthly,
novotf WARD .t HARDING.
TAKE THIS METHOD OF IN-
forming my old patrons and the pub
lic generally t hat I have just opened a
SADDLE :AfJD HARNESS SHOP,
Tn the Masonic building, Main St., Oregon
City, where 1 will be pleased to serve all
who may'glve me a call w ith anything 'In
my line, at the lowest cash prices.
a. I . t.IlAUAM.
Oregon City, July l i. 180 :3m.;
(Successor to HAKLOW fc FILLEB),
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
SELECTED TEAS Q
EUTTER AND CHEESE,
FOREIGS .M)t liOiilESUC F II FITS,
And a full variety of Goods usually kept
in a first -class Grocery Store.
Conic one, come all, and examine iur
stock. I can sell as cheap and furnish as
good an article as any house in town.
I have secured a first class baker and
will continue to furnish customers with
as good bread as can be found in the State.
Give me a call at Rarlow & Fuller's old
stand. Main street.
T. A. II A CON.
Oregon City, August 25, hS7G.tf.
PAUL BOYCS?:iVl. D.
FHYSeCIAN APD SURGEON,
Oregon City, - - Oregon.
t TllliO-VIC' DISEASES AM) I)I
eases of Women and Children a sneci-
lity. oilice hours, day and niirht : alwai &
ready when duty calls.
Aug. 2-, 1870 :tf.
EW BLACKSMITH SHOP,
John Lewis' Old Stand
V. G AXOXG HAS OPFAED AT
this old stand, where he is prepared
to do anything in his line.
"7"Horse shoeing aspeciaiy.
Oregon City, Mav 2 .-6 m3
The well known
JEWELER OF PORTLAND,
NEW YORK PRICES,
Cleaning a AVaJcli S3 00
?Iaiii-SrIiir 1 SO
Only the best qualities Guaranteed for
two years from day of sale.
K?"Orders sent from the country care
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