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Small-p'os is living out in Victoria.
'' Tho '"Loe monument fun.il now
amounts to 23,000.
Diptheria iz troubling the little
ones about T'leMinnville.
"Wool is in frood ilomaml in Jos
ton with an upward tendency.
Durglavious attftmpts liavo become
quite common of late in Victoria.
luinessec 13 now sending about
i'ty emigrants per day into Texas.
TT"'- Big Horn and Yellowstone
enpaign has closed for the season.
Only pence and a revival of trade
m prevent a financial crisis in Aus
.ia. It is estimated that California ivill
t,ot year .spend 317,000 in cduca-
T;-. Z. Hall has sold his farm in
' "nuiity to Kolomoa Cra'y for
., ' --..-A precautions ir.o being taken
1 u'.."!a to prevent Indian out-
V Ige of the Improved Order of
. .-. "leu will soon be organised at
fis-; Xeilson, the aotre'-s, arrived
K -w York from England on the
. ' . nit.
-U-. Or.sdli, or Walla Walla, will
i.l-i'i !!",())') r.illons of n-itivo wine
N'e-irlv all the Khip kuoes ue.l on
" n-ific cua.-.t co':na from .Sieila--....-.,
i-):irv-iaf ion hs been inide
) ' e-t dilii'i tho lind ofiico at
uf. V. T.
I".;:: pninnins? machinery for the
j -v l,): arrived at Vic-
vi'r i i week.
An expedition is to br fitted out
in S ui Francisco to go in search of
the lo-t whalers.
The Green's ferry bridge lias been
formally neeeplod ly Linn and
J'ino team and fonr-liorfe coaches
are on the road between the Dalles
and Canyon City.
Wm. T. C-"1r-mm v.-an elected prerd
0dei;t of the California Pioneer Asso
ciation i r the 2."ih alt.
. T. O. Wegener, of San Francisco,
"hi-- lieou appointed a Commissioner
of. Deeds f"r Oregon.
Charles DeLong, h-.te Miniidor to
h'.pan. died in Virginia f.'i'v on the
of tvp!:o:d fever
II. (J. Ya,h!r.irne. ehief of the de-,
i -etive corps of the U. S. Treasury,
! vs been requested to resign.
Over r,(.';)0,00f ) hoop-poles were
shipped from Paget Sound to San
l'i'a.!!ei:-eo during the past year.
Secretary s-forril says thai a change
of adniinisf ration v.-nvdd interfere
with the placing of ho new loan.
The Olympii edifors are in a high
state of rh e beean-e the hath house
there v.-ill he opened on Sunday.
During the year which ended last
-j June seventy-six newspapers and
m.tgazine-5 were started in Japan.
Twenty-six persons have been con
vened at 1'f.ev. M. Judv's revival on
White river, W. T. Good for Judy.
Ciptain Fred IJolles has gone East
to asume command of the City of
Chester and navigate her to the
A saloon keeper in Polic county
a !-kc s his baric eeper.- sign a total
:d-tinenee idedge before construct-
'.n : a:.y b-.-verage.
Tiie Philadelphia Exhibition is to
-ii on Xov. 1, tiie day originally
h,sen. (lie managers having decided
' to extend it.
: repayment with rrliate l)egaa at
Treasury on the '25th ult. of the
..luber interest. This interest
. -a'.t.s to $V),v-$rt.ir,c.
'. -v.inT. Dodge, an old Wash in g-
ritovy pioneer, and one of the
civ.aev.s of the Suohomioh, I
-villy at Seattle. j
G(;n,0(;(i of unclaimed prize
longing to sailors of the
' ',(' llehoPion remains in the
I States treasury.
Q CahMia Ioom Compnny
e!e:uvd t ho river eighteen miles
eve Jb-ownsvihe and have estab
'd sovei-al logginc: camps there.
h, s of 20,000 in the Norfh-1k-u':c
llailrfnd drove a Palti-
-p ! iuan :Jh-t to keeping a street
-;f---ctionery stand, and tlien to
The .'.'", wf.nts the comities of
..he.nu'sh. Wliatconi, Island nnd
n:iii set iV into a new land dis
.. -f. with Snohomish City as the
O V d V.'ihbnan. having just finished
a i'ft v d::vs' term in the Seattle jail
:r sertirer up a lottery, v.'ill now en-tr-.i;,v
in t ho safer business of selling
Tb'1 -hinse Government thinks of
establishing a mint. Pull plans for
mint operations and coinage Jaws
have been submitted by the United
A late Charleston circular puts the
present rieo crop of Georgia and
South Carolina at 72,500 tierces, or
about five per cent, more than any
crop since the war.
Twenty-five men and firms in
- $attle pay taxes on more than 810,
'00 f :u-h. twelve pay on more than
s20.('L)o three on move than S50.000.
and one on more than :5 100,000.
Matilda IToron. th actress, l;are
t covered .SI, 5J0 in Xew York from
Aaron Adams, ,m iUeount of in
juries sustained by falling into a
coal hole in defendaiit's sidewalk.
The Hungarian minister of war
has informed the hnanen committee
O that in case of need 217,000 armed
militia could be completely equipped
and mobilized within eight davs.
A. L. 3Ioye, who is wanted in
Ijinn county to answer some grave
criminal charges, ha?, been caught in
Lowell, Michigaa, and will be sent
back to Oregon on requisition of the
W. M. B. Whitnev, of Chicago,
ha3 failed for 425,000.
3Iost cf the dresses exhibited for
street wear are quite short.
Jennie June advises women not to
draw so many clothes behind them.
Figaro Fays: "Distrust fair coin
plesior.ed women with wide mouths."
Women think like historians, that
no age is so baiharicus as the mid
Mother live in trod need fashion at
least we read that she took a
bone from Adam.
The ladies of the Salem Td. E.
Church intend giving a Martha
Washingtcd tea party.
A Philadelphia woman, it is said,
swore that her husband's conduct
was enough to ''irrigate, an angel."
A "down East" paper says there is
a fog bell on thut coast that is "no
more use than a boiled carrot Iiung
in a boot-leg."
A man must be pretty drunk to go
along the streets holding fast to his
coat collar with both hands to pre
vent falling down.
Ileliohl the unfailing signs of ap
proaching winter, the withered grass,
the tinted leaves even the fences
are yellow with hand bills.
There are as good horse-', drawing
in carts as in coaches, and as crood.
men are engaged in humble employ
ments as in the highest.
The young man who wrote and
asked his girl to accept a "bucket"
of llowers became a little pale '.hea
she said she wooden ware it.
Brother Moody is preaching
against the Chicago habit cf paying
500 down on an 80,000 church and
giving a mortagago for the balance.
"Xo, sir." said a weary-looking
man on a street-car to a;: individual
by his side, "I wouldn't marry the
est woman alive. I've been a dry
goods clerk too long for that."
Young man if you call on n young
lady now, and she doesn't olfor to
light the lire which is laid in the
grate, you will be safe in calling up
on some other girl the next time.
At the Urnssohs Hygienic Congress
it was recommended that doefors
and volunteer helpers should not be
on the battle field, but in the second
line to render help to the wounded.
Some Chinamen stole a grindstone
from Mr. O. Parish, who resides
about four miles from Albany. A
thieving Chinaman is no stickler for
niceties when on a foraging expedi
tion. It is better to begin nov to leave
your wallet Iving around loose than
to wait until December 10th and
have your wife demand fifty dollars
in a lump to buy yon a r;ice Christ
A remark of an old minister is re
commended to all preachers who
are tempted to complain of a small
congregation: "It is as large a con
gregation, perhaps, as you will want
to account for at the day cf judg
ment." An old woman who is crossing the
street has a narrow escape from be
ing run over by a hearse: "I am
not at all superstitions," she says
to her rescuer, "but it h.as al ways
seemed to me that it wrmld be un
lucky to be killed by a hearse,"
The happiest moments in a wo
man's life are when she is making
her wedding garmenis; the saddest
Avhen her husband comes home late
at night and yells to her from
the front steps to throw him out
some key-holes, assorted sizes.
The Xew Orleans Pirnir, in
trving its hand at description, says:
"Tiie modern city school tjirl goes
along with a big filter. a bustle, strip
ed hose, hump-backed, carrying
thirty-one dint-rout books, three
slates, four eopv-hooks, bottle of
ink, pocket full of pencils and pen's,
seven dollars' worth of pinch-back
jewelry, a mouthful of chewing-gum
and thirteen red streamers dangling
Miss Abhie J. Terry is writing in
the Xew York Wcvhl to terrify
young men into never staying later
with their sweetheart than half-vxst
10 p. m. Hear the woman! When
Miss Terry's own young man, who is
now living in IJurli?igfon under an
an assumed name, told us himself
that he ran away and came West be
cause when he got sleepy and tired
to go home at thirty-five minutes past
' a. m. six times a week. Miss Terry
would cling to his collar and say,
"Oh, Englebert. why flee from my
side so earlv? Whv can't von stav
Tun Ckksot.xt. This is the way
the Uoston Transcript accounts for
the use of the crescent by the Turks.
When Philip of Macedon approached
by night with his troops to scale the
walls of Bvzanfinm. the moon shone
out and discovered his design to the
besieged, who repulsed him. The
crescent was afterwards adopted as
the favorite badge of the citv. When
the Turks took Ilvz.antium, they
found the crescent in every public
phve, rmd believing it to' possess
some magical power, adopted it
themselves. The origin of the cres
cent asa religious emblem is anterior
to the time of Thilip of Macedon,
dating, in fact, from the very bo
ginning of bistorv.
ot Mrcu foi: Style. A few davs
ago a stranger at an Albanv hotel
asked for a napkin at dinner. The
waiter refused to give him one
"Put," said the guest, "that man at
the other table has one." "That
man at the other table is a regular
boarder, and has just xot back from
the Centennial, and I have to pander
him for a day or so. but it won't be
long before he will be wiping his
mouth on the tablecloth and cleaning
his nails with the fork, like the rest
of the gentlemen. Xo, stranger, we
don't allow any style hero as a regu
lar thing, but we can't help ourselves
I Joshua Montsroirippr fova
i youncr Boston millionaire -who lias
recently snecceileil in breaking his
, father's will, owns business propertv
in Chicago worth a million. His
Boston estate pays an annual tas of
i-C0,000. Tie is twenty-two rears of
aqe, a student of Yale Colle", and
has been subjected to "the best
Christian influences." Xo mamma
J would refuse him for her d-rahter
The Quickest, Surest and
Physifinns rrcorr Mfnl, and Farriers ile
clar:' Jli.at no such remedies have ever be
fore l--en in us. YVonis nro cheap, but
the proirK-tor-s cf thcs? articles will pre
sent trlnl bottles lo medical men, jrratis,
and will f.-;ii:rar.f ee more rapid and satis-la'-toi-y
ri-ciuitG than have ever before been
'I'lxv Centaur J-Ii menf , AVhiiWrap-
j;er, will c'lr:- Kheumatisrn, Xeuralzia,
Lumbago, iScifiriea, Caked ISreasts, Sore
"ippl"s. Frosted I-'eet, 'hillblains, tSwell-ii8.-;.
Sprains, ami any ordinary
FI.l'I, BONE Oil MUSCLE AILMENT.
It will extract the poison of bites and
stints, and heal burns or wealds without a
scar. I.:cic-jaw, .Palsy, n'eak Iack, Caked
Ilreasfs, Kuracli", Toothache, Itch ami Cu
taneous Kruplions readily yield. - to its
t r:-:i ine"f .
If nry Ulacir, of Ada, Hardin count v,
Ohio, .says: ".My wife has had rheuma
tism for live year-; no re:t, no sleep
eon Id scarcely walk across the floor. Whe
is now completely cured bv the use of Cen
tanr Liniment. We all feel thankful to
you, and rceommend your medicine to all
.lanes Ifitnl, of Zanesviile, O., says:
i i;e centaur liniment cured my Neural
gia." Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes: "Stuul
me one d'Z;-n bottles by express. The
r.inlia.-nt has suved my lei;. I want to
The salo of this Liniment is increasing
"i'itr Cc:t-.ur Jji i.:-;it. Yellow
Yi.jp,-r. i.s for the touh skin, flesh and
HOUSES, MULES AND ANIMALS.
We have ii,-vr yet seen a. ease of Spavin,
Siveeny, Kiijji-bone, Vind-sll, Scratches
or I'oll-evii, which this Liniment would
r.ol. speedily benefit, and we m-ver saw but
a few cases which it would not cure. !t
will cure when anything can. It is folly
to S!enl Jaforn Farrier, when one do'.lar's
wortli of Centaur Liniment will do better.
The following is a sample of the testimony
Jekfekson, Mo., Nov. 1!), 1S73.
"Some time aj;o I was sliinpins horses to
St. Louis. I pot one ladly cripiip'd in the
car. With jrreat difnetilty I Rot hint to the
stable 7i Fourth Avenue. Tiie sfal.de-l.-eeper
.crave me a bottle of your Centaur
Liniment, vliieh J used with such success
f hat in 1 wo days the horse was active and
te-arlv well. 1 have b:'en a vefinary sur-p-on
for t hirfy years, but your Liniment
!-? i fs a n t hi nr I ever used.
"A. .1. M'CAifTY, Veterinary Surgeon."
For a poste.e stamp we will mail a IVn
taur !i;i;i!iac, coni a ininir hundr-ds of
.ert i:iea?es, from every state in tiie I'nioii.
Tti-S" Lin imeefs are now sold by all deal
ers in tie' country.
Ija! 'i:'o o, J. 1. Hose tV (v..,
i i.'Kv sr., New Yokk.
3 H i K.Fi
f'a-;ri:t is the result of A) v
me:i!, by i r. Sa.me t. I'itcieT, of .iassa
e!,us -ts. !t is a vei;-.-t;;ble preparation as
if el i ve .-is ('atorD:i, lud p. rectly j.leas
asit to J lie taste, It can he taken' 'by tie
joutcest infant, at-d in-ith'T jraM Tior
LTrin-'s. Dr. A. J C.reen, of Uoyston, Jnd.,
:.a s of it :
sjus: 1 have tried the Casioria and can
s;-s-:ik licjiily of its merits. It will, I think,
do away entirely with Castor Oil: it. is.
p!as:it:t and harmless, and is woi'd- rfully
ef.ieaeioiis cs an ape rient and laxative. It
is t ie- very fbin.
i'l e Casiori.i le.si roys worms-, rearulates;
! !i st omncii, cures Wind Colic, arid per
m it s of nr. nra i iieaii i;y s!"ep, I: is vry
etrifneions ifi Croup, and for Tecf luut
Ciiihirn. Honey is not p'cas mte;- to the
fasLe. and ' 'a : i I is not so eeiTaln in
i's ':''('!, It cost:; but :' cents, in larp
b. : 1 1 -s.
J . 1 '.. Hose .t Co., !" ley St ., New York
d.'n u- J.'t -ij ir t .Ji ui 3 .11 : i u r!i
fend Kmijjranfs to ireful, now in foi-ej;;-fi
countries and sister States, ami for cireu-l.iti.i-f
sa"h i n e r:i:at ion aliroad by Tills
t'otu-d, ail persons in this si at" having
Farms and L";i!!ds for Sal- e,r it nt. or
irons of form in :x Co'.oni- s, will p.':is" for
ward tot bis Uoard as soon as pos:lle '.!
tailed dest ri ;! ions of i heir KtirtDi am!
Lands, Location, i'rie :uil Terms of Sale,
or condi! inns of ""rilinir: and aii p -rsons
desirous of ob! ai o in A-xrieitlt ural or "tier
Laborers, will please communicate direct
wilh this !!oard.
! y'i.-i.strue! ions of t h" Comm issinners of
TniMi-ratioa. WILLIAM UKll'.
feiiolni A state Coin'r of Immi .ration.
3 - -r r'-iin
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V. S. Lanp Office, Oheoon City.1
Oregon, Oct. IS, l.STO. )
COM PL A TXT HAVING HKEN F.NTER
cd at this nrtiee bv Wm. J. 1-airtieid
against Franklin IMCist ncr for abandoning
his homestead cntrv, No. 2.111, dated May
S. JS7J. upon the S. K. lC of the N. W. H sec
tion 21, township 1 south, range -1 cast, in
Mutnoinah county, Oregon, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry: the said
parties are hereby summoned to appearat
this ofllce on the ssth day of November,
I'd), at 11 o'clock A. M., to resfond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged
OWEN WAPK. Renter.
T. U. IIAHHISOX, i?fcn'irr.
Oct. CO, IsTfWt. - ...
Is your time to buy goods at low pi ices.
arc now receiving a large stock of
FALL ND WINTER GOODS,
all of the Latest Styles, which will sell
AT LESS TKAfl PORTLAND PRICES.
Our stock has been bought for cash, and
we will sell it at a small advance above
3 A Ti FRANCISCO COST.
"AfTE WILL SAY TO KVETiYHOPY DE
tV fore you purchase or jo to Port land,
come and price our goods and convince
yourself that we do what we say. Our stock
consists in part of
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Loots and Shoes,
Ladies and Gents
i c s, Hard
and a reat many other articles too limner
ours to mention ;
We 'Will also pay the Highest Market
Oregon City. Sept. li, L73 ii'
(LEAU CREEK, CLACK All AS CnLWTY.
J IF.sit;e TO INFORM MY OLI CPs
I; toiuers, ami the public at large-, that I
have just received a new supply of
FA MIL V GROCERIES,
ROUTS and SHOES,
C UTLEll Y, HARD WA RK,
Ami Oilier 7ft;c'l'ni;ons (iQO'lft.
All of which I now offer for sale at the
LOWEST MARKET BATES.
Myobj 'ef is to tell all my old friends and
customers t hat 1 am still alive, and dextr
ous to sell goods t heap, 1 !t CASH, or
u pon sue! i t ernis as agr "ed t:pr.n.
. 1 shall alr.o have in my emp'"V a thorugh
5QUT AfclD SHOE f;KS,
and constantly keen stock on hand for the
.11;: Miliar! arc & iifpair of Ro!s & Siiers,
and all ordersin that line will be promptly
AU.KX ?J VT i'()(i.
.Neat i:ie i.o.i .uim.
1 1TAS .1 FST ItF.CKIVED THE LARGEST
i a stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ever imiK.ited to Oregon City, which he
offers al greatly reduced prices. My stock
Has been largely increased and I can
show us handsome a line of ready-made
gfods in Men and Hoys Fusiness and
Hress Snifs, Coats, efc, as can be found
in the country, and at prices that cannot
tar. t o sat ist v. -My
Is filled with a splendid assortment of all
the leading styles and fashionable shades
liiipre f ll li.
Jijolci iry, Krciicli n?l
American lre;s Gool
I-l;:c!i I iaeea.
ip Xj a t: r. s ,
Plaid, Plain and Opera Flannels, of all col
ors, r.leached and Unbleached Cotton
ImJlew' atl fJents' T'nile rwarc
Is and Scarfs,
r'rii tiles o ml
1 i I s n 1 Vn
Floor a ml Taiilr,
BOOTS and SHOES,
I would call special attention to my
stock of Men's and Hoys' San Francisco
Loots, which I have sold for a number of
years past with general satisfaction. Ev
ery pair warranted. A complete stock of
iAfiLf tc.'lr.i: iV -A .s!i-.i U 1 LFii:
Choice Teas, Canned Goods, and all choic
All at Low Prices. Also,
LIVERPOOL AM) CAR 11 X ISLAND SALT.
Highest Price aid for all kinds of
IFw. of WOOL Wanted,
for which I shall pay the hiirhest cash
pric . I. SELLING.
Oregon City, Sept. 30 1S75. - tf
HARDWARE, !RQB A'fD STEEL,
Hubs, Spokes, Rims,
OAK, ASH AM) HICKORY PLAXK.
OHTHRUP & TII).ll?sX,
Dee. Sl,lST5:m3 Portland, Oregon.
1ST. 1ST. ST.
NEW STORE AKD
Af HEW ERA.
rrv Goods. Groceries, P.ofts and Shoes, ,
Wooilen Ware, Drugs and Medicines, cheap j
for cash or produce. I
JU JSRciisijmisii. .
. . .
Books and Stationery.
I will pay the highest prices for
and all kinds of
GOOD COUNTRY PRODUCF
I will sell as low as any house in Oregos for
CASH OR ITS JlQUrVAr.HXT
nti'ood Merchantable Produce.
I am selllnc; very low for
CASH "AID COR COC.MV OK DECS
Give mo a call and satisfy yourselves.
Oregon City, March 21. 1.7:J.
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JOISj If. COOKE'S
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ing done with neatness and dispatch.
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made to order.
Agent for the
iiS'JSTCN PATEF5T WATER WHEEL,
The Het IV hcel In Use.
Dec. 31, 1ST5 :tf
S. A. BH0U0HT0N,
.irOlH.l) INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Oregon CP v n nil vicinity that he is
prepared to furnish
Fir & Cedar Lumber,
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooriiijj, Ceiling, Ilunfir,
Spruce, (for shelving), I-attice,
Pickets, and Fence-Post i, Cedar,
Constantly on hand.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnlKhr.
on the shortest notice, at as low rates as
it can be purchased in the State.
Give me a ea 11 at the
ORXGOX CITY SAW MILLS.
Oregon City, June 10, 1875 ;tf
Bred by M. EYRE, Jr-
Cronz Turkeys, weighing JO lis each. Em
den Geese, weighing from 40 to oU Its.
per pair. Lr.ihmas, leghorns.
Games, etc. Pi kin Pucks, aver
aging IS to 3 Ifts., and best of
" all 1 Kicks as layers.
Also A fine assortment of Pigeons,
llabbits, Guinea, howls and Ferrets.
Anv variety of fowls desired imiorted.
Fogs true to name, fresh and well
packed, for sale at moderate prices.
Nend for Illustrated Circular, and Price
; JI. EYRE, Napa, Cul.
On receipt of 10 cents in stamps, I will
furnish specimen copy of the Poultry
i:i'ti.K'n.. an illustrated Hi page mom lily,
the recognized authority in jK.uUry matters
in the V. .S. ; and decidedly 1 he best Poul
try Journal published. Si. ascription only
$l" 35 n year. ' . .
Please state where you saw this adver
tisement orders may also be lelt at this
Who are suffering: from the effect of
youthful follies or indiscretion, will do
well to avail themselves of this, the
greatest boon In id at t he altar of suffering
immunity. Uil. NPINNKY will guar
antee to forfeit S jUO for every case of se
minal weakness, or private disease of
any kind or character which he under
takes and fails to cure. He would, there
lore, say to the unfortunate sufferer who
may read this notice, that you a re tread
ing upon 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
uontlie last, and are suffering some or
all of its iilefrects, remember that if you
persist in procrustinal ion, the time must
come when the most skillful physician
can render you no assistance ; when the
door of hope will be closed against you :
when no a iigel iff mercy can firing you
relief. In no ease has t he 1 oct or failed
oi success. Then let not despair work
npou your imagination, but avail your
self of t he beiieiicia 1 results of his treat
ment before your case is beyond the
re a eh of medical skill, or before grim
death hurries on to a premature grave.
Full course of treatment $35 0;. H.nd
money by PostoTice order or FJxpr -ss
with lull descri rt ion of case. Call or
address, IJli A. tl. f-:!'.VM;v,
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco
sept 10 :ly
3Iain St., OiTgcn City.
MAM" FACT!" HER AM) WFOKTER fil;
Avai'e, (., eti.
"7"1IICII lIKOFI'KMs A CHEAP A
t t can be had in the Mate, at
isrjri rf ' ) r r- -c
?"1 warrant my gifot'.s as represented.
JvIIN SCII HAM,
l-addle and Harness Maker.
Oregon Ciiy, Cri-gon, July 11, lS7:5-mo.
The stp rein rd n-nied y lor Couelis. in
!ii-7iy. ,SVj.v J:rtit, V. Ja.tsi ri wi i'mci'i
Cr-jnj), I.i cr Cuiiijiidirtl, .Vo.'r.tVj.v,' ISh (
or irif- i.uniis, am! e ry affect ion oi tin
iiirou, i.ungsiind t nest, including Cos
SlM C'HO-N .
Wis(ar" IbK.iro oTVil.-l C'iierry iloe
not dry up a cough , but loosens if , clea use
the I.urigs, and aiiays irrif at ion. thus r
ittoini; : ctusc of th complaint. Noie
inline unless signed i. i . s'T'i'.s. I're.arei
by Sktii W. I'nw'i.i i; it Sons, Loston. So
i... . ,i
' iu.ijiii.Mii(), iiiwTKT'n:it c ., San
l raneiseo, and ly dealers generallv.
THE WEEKLY SUF.
l.ightei;n hundred and seventy-six Is 1 1
i eine,, ,;lJ iar. jr. i also l tie e. r m
winch an opposition Mouse of Kepresen
tatives, the fust since the war, uillboin
power at v. ashiiigton ; and tiie year of flu
ie:iiy-iniru election of a i'resident of til
i.nneu rotates, .viiot these events are sure
to ie ot great, interest, anil importance
especially the two latter: ami all of t ht
and every! hing eonnected with f hem, will
oe luuy ana ire.siuy reported and expound
.i i i i , Till.' r-v
'i li- opposition House of lie present a
lives, taking up t lie line of inquire opened
years ago by Tin: St'.v, will sternly and
diligently invest igatet he corruptions and
misueeitsol i. rants administration; anil
will, it is to be hoped, lay the foundation
lor a new and heller period in our nation
a 1 history, of all this Tiik sun will con
tain complete and accurate accounts, fur
nisning its readers with early and trus
worthy information upon these absorbin
The twenty-third Presidential election
with the preparations lor it, will be mem
orable as deciding upon Grant's aspira
t ions for a t bird term of power and plun
der, ana sun more as deciding who shall
oe tne candidate of the party ot KcJorm
and as elect ing t hat, candidate. Concern
ing all t hese subjects, those who read Tiik
Sun will have the constant means of be
ing thoroughly well informed.
Tiik Wkkkly sun, which has attained n
circulation o! over eighty t housa nil copies,
Miie.iuv iiasiis realtors m every otateand
territory, and we trust tliat, the year lsyt;
win see ineir numoers iiout)e(. Jt will
coniinue to oe a tiiorougit newspaper. All
me general news oi tiie day will be found
in it, condensed when nnini port ant, at full
lengt h when of moment ; and always we
hum, ncaiiu in a ciear, interest i ng a ml in
If is our aim to make The Wr.EKi.Y Sun
the best family newspaper in the world
and we shall continue to give in its col
umns a large amount, of miscellaneous
leiMnu, Mini as stories, tab's, poems
fcfl,tti(i in toll iir.i ....).. : - .
. ...... ...v, He.-.inn agi ici:iiurai m-
lormation, lor which we are not. able to
make room in our dailv edition. The agri
cultural department especially is one of
I'lo'iioiem, icaiures. i nc fashions are
iei,i,Miv reporifd m its columns
and so are the markets of everv kind
The Wkeki.v Sun, eight pages with lift v
six broad columns is-onlv SI -I) a veii'r
i,,. iius price narejv re-
'..- me com. oi me parxir, no iliseount can
be made from this rate to eini; nnnio
postmasters, or anvone. ' "
ihe Daii.v sun, a large four pae new
pa Iter Of f went V-ei'rht. r-iilnmnc ..n
t he news lor two cents a oopv.' Subscrip
tion, postage prepaid, 5rc. a m'onth or S(i 50
ear. M'XIUY edition extra, ft 10 wr
year. We have no traveling , a.i
dress, TIIE SUN. New York Citv.
BIBLES FOR' SALE." "
TI ST HECnVKU, AXD FOU SALE,
,at y fore in Oregon City, a supply of
filmed nrwl 'I Vi; 1 1 . . . r. . i i . . .
' be property of the Anierienn P.i!le Society,
and are offered for sale as low as t hv can
be bought at anv similar Tlenrtsif orv In
the State. Those wishing to nurchase ai"e
invited to call and examine our stock. '
Agent for Clackamas County.
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constantly on band, and for sale at as In
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A N Ii
Oregon City, March CI. lS73-tf.
A GEMS FOR THE ENTERPRISE.
The following persons are authorizod to
act as agents for the E.nti:ki'K1se :
Oeo. P. Iiowell i Co., 40 Park How, w
Coe, Wetherill Jt Co., COT Chestnut street
Abbott A Co., No. 82 and 81 Nassau street
New York. ,
Portland.Oregon T,. Samuel
. iThns. T.e.vco
San rrancisco j p. Kisher
St. Helens, Columbia county s. A. Xlilfs
Astoria, Clatsop county . Van Pus ri
Salem... I- XVilhat""
Harrisburg I- H- SI"1,Ih
Lafayette, Yamhill county I.I..l-rguson
Pallas, I 'oik county Pave Pelnns
Kola.... TJ. I"'t
Jatdisonville K. K. "n":l
P.enton count v W.A. wf'J;
Corvallis .". Hon. John Purne .
Canyon Citv.Grant co XV. I ''; f
Albanv I.. A. Arn;lu
Dalles, Wasco county N. ',at'. ;
I-airande, I'nion count v A. ' r:""
Pendleton, Umatilla county s.- Kn'1;v
F.ugene City.. E. I. Pristow
Roseburg lion. P. I'. I n,i
. i-" T AT-.nl;igll
Ix'biinon ! T lj" Italsten
Jacksonville .-Hon. E. P. I ';t'iray-
Long Tom : H. C. .Hus".
Heaver Creek r- 1',"'f
P.ufteville John Zuinw-V,''
Ca sea des Hii ry ' f t ' "r
cani.v j vf ''?7;rr
Eagle Creek Frank . .
Harding's Capt . 7.. C. -Norton
Mnuu V.'. Morel!"1"
XI 1 1 wa u k ie. ...1 .V.V.V." V.V.'". Joh'n 1 1 n gen trgfr
Upper ilolalla XX.
03EG0K CITY BREWERY
AVINfJ PUnCHAS- 3W',
M ea tne arove isrew- it s
ery wishes to inform the public th "' ..
now prepared to manufacture a o. 1 lu
LA OUR B HKR,
n pood as can be obtained anywhere Id
the state. Orders 6olicited And rrooQr
UNIVERSITT OF CALIFORNIA,
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