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oTeCOS "TV, OREGON. MX 1, 1S76.
.KU TERM .
The following are the proceedings of
Circuit lTt hcl! la,st Wk :
the p pizrr vs Clackamas county,
TfeS't'Tin II. Pope,
jjim"t ! for ,!aintiir fur want of An-
n'1';, Titiipsrn vs S. Iluelat, Mort
forceoei nn execution issued
?Hirt,..ir. of property.
foi n H FieWs Vs K. O. Short, Ie
t iur"r t ooipI-it taken untlcr atl-
Yir,f:!"ll"r r.xhh and Amos P.abb vs J.
ram" - -
Continued for service
'rUWV SawtellvsMarvK. Douch-
Ocorgc jVtjtinll ,v metes and
t-V' i imiirrtctieableanil sale ordered.
ilin .bott vs T. W.Mav, Dismiss-
,,1 bv stipulation and
IlARrEK's foh Deo em beu . The
Magazine for December, beginning tho
uflv.fourth volume, is not only an es
twciillv attractive numler, from the
ta-nitv of its numerous illustrations,
but is also distinguished by the unusu
ll i variety and interest of its contents.
This number is embellished with more
thuneihtv exquisite engravings, and
".Vitains. beside the fine editorial de
nirttncnts, twenty-four contributions,
Covering every . possible vavitty in tin
ficUl 'f magazine literature, biie de
icriptive illustrate 1 papers treat of ilo
noa atvl its eelebi il ies, living and dead,
the l'hilippi'KJ Ilaiuis, recent impor
tant ethnological discoveries inTennes-a'ee-
and th"" social lit'.' of the Knieker-K,w.L-ers
in New York two humlred
VMrsago. Paul !Iayn;-'s "Muscadines"
retnituls one of some of tin; happiest
efforts of the older English poets. The
most important feature of the number
ja Mr. (iladstvuie's manly letter, cx
Dlahuivo his attitude towards this conn
irv diirhnr the late war. This letter is
vurv hapj'ilv followed ly a tinsel' po
em 'bv bishop Coxe on "KngLiml and
America." In lietion, tlds nninb.-r is
brilliant. The Weekly and I'a.ar may
m founl in almost every household in
the land, and their cxcellene is mani
fested bv their large circulation.
Sr. Pauis Ciin:c!:. From the re
port of the proceedings of the twenty
fourth annual convocation of the mis
sionary jurisdiction of .Oregon and
Washington Territory, we learn that
in St. Paul's Church" Oregon City,
adults and 11 infants were baptised
dining tiie past year. There were 1
confirmations, 1-5 commuui'-ants added,
lost, by removal f, and by death 1, and
the total membership of tho church
amounted to '1 : t marrbiies : 1 burials ;
40 families connected with the church;
average attendanee morning, M, ev
ening. Collections and contribu
tions For salary, j?iMi); 1 1 o : 1 1 1 L i mis
sions, $71 5;; foV'-ign mis-ions. .-?7 '.;!;
paroehial pupoes, t'i'H H; i-.eop.il
hind, ;': ris!ioj S -oft ;iMinr'.r
School cnilowmeut mud, J l ; indigtmt
clergymen fund, W Si; Indian mis
fioiis", l'J'.O ; Sun. lay S-hool oiVering
for the K idnev Morris memorial fund,
il';t); T-.tal." L-bbd (1-:. There w- re 1 )
teachers and !) pupils in the Sun-l-.iy
S.'hool. T!ie rcnort was printed I'V
Mr. A. G. Walling, and is neatly exe
cuted, in pamphlet form.
Aceim.N r. East M.
y a:t moon,
, i i ; r on Mill
f his wagon
. i ;e- that be
John ! I iu b i ioaii.
U -i il U.o.
of Capt. M ill
hrca.-l-Vi l a
down, c. ie i i!
ami sii ip ! ii
the horses, : 1 I
hill at a f . :
sel ve.- t r- -m
inviils. M r. i
wagon :..!.(: o:
log hi:.'! i n )
lie k!-.o -.c.stai
forchend, i i oi i a
wag .11 e!M!illt;cd
e,iu" ii o :v;':;i:i-l
bed a' il
,'..t will j-r-b.n-.
i- I j.i.bia
coin , b
s u ;
e n :'; te I i - I
.f M r. Fuehs
oi l around i
To Whom it
question bus a:
y. a v
d itruts as
t! vh tot.
may ie a; ; '1 ied t
year in ad vaii'-e
they are drawn,
ment they canin
posvd to r.e use.
titnv are drawn.
Oi" t he 1 illl
In uiv hi::
t. Tin'- I'ur.r,
I in the year
v'liC!i i;' d
ieh in wo
advance, all children who mo
the district, all wh-. come of :u;
dr.tW the !l I. lie i'nnb. fail to re
tht hie!i ritshtfuilv i d .u rstot!
i ! 1 1
for that w dwell t i;ey drew has been u-ed
to pay for a school be tore they c.ime
into the district, or before they c woe t
nclioeliice to receive of its benefits. In
strict justice to all liie childicn of a
district, no school should ix1 continued
in anv iven year for any longer time
than the public liimis forthat year will
hupport it. Schools taiiirht for any
loujier time should cither be sustained
bv taxation or sul sei iption.
Jiiiin ". Ski. i. woon.
County School Supt.
Lkttkh List. lictters remaining? in
the rostollicc, at Oregon City, lcc.
Akins, S. .1.
Huclilman.M iss M.
Davis, Mrs. M .
Harden, J. P..
i.'o-vard. JI. II.
Hugh".--, v:. J.
I javerv, ' .
.Moreland, W. V.
MH Ju ire, M iss T.
gle, M iss Kva.
Sniith, J. II.
If called for plearso say when "tulver
tised." J. M. r.Aco.v, 1. M.
The Salem Mercury of the li7th tilt.
Bays: "Col. White, c!iiet clerk of the
last House, has been in tlie city for
several days past, waiting tho action
of the committee appointed to examine
and approve the revised journals. The
committee has thus far Vailed to meet,
and tl:e Col. is bcirimiing to become a
btUe impatient at the de-y. He ii:-s
his work on the iournal all comi.lt ted
and ready for the printer, whenever
the coinmiitee meet and pass upon
'iK KAM Wii Mr Viroo Cor
nelius, of tin's city, who has been visit
ing in Washington Territory for some
time past, returned last week. Mr. C.
I'rought a raldish with him, grown bv
v-k ''''X'liiis of Swinmisli Flats,
n.ueoin cottniy. This pro.ligi,uis rad-
uisu measures 2s inches in circumfcr-
nce ami weighs nine pounds. The
gentleman claims this to be the largest
rad.lish ever grown, and of eour.se' we
Rliall not dispute it.
ScnrmsK I'auty. M.r. and Mrs.
S. Ackerman were tlie recipients of a
surprise party last Thursday evening,
lliiswas a real, genuine surprise party,
m.13- the committee of arrangements
n now in
Where the atVair w:i to t-.iL-o
Notwithstanding tbj t ,1 .-.i . ,
nrprise, the host and hostess made
tK,rv'--i'ltoi's iH-rfcctlv at home, and
meallair was reallv oiio of the pleas
Rntest that has ever taken place in our
Mr. Richard H ni l y has assayed sev
eral lots of the bonanza deposits in
co"ntyt and it assayed from
W 1 ,,rr tnn' TI, orp nsaved
1K-L frnishod bv a irentlcman
"V" V10 southern part of the
emu ty, and said to have c nie from
silver mnu ,alln 1 tn f'bnv any trace of
niilmd ilhft hlst :,ssav w.-oT ..re fur
nished by the owners of the mine.
The entertainment at Pope's Hall
last Friday evening by Arlington and
White was not very numerously at
tended on account of the inclemency of
the weather. The panoramic views,
painted by Mr. It. (.'. White, was fair,
and his description of the scenery was
riven in his characteristic style." Arl
ni;tr;n a host in himself "and kept
t he audience in a roar at his comicalities.
L.a8t Monday afternoon a little calf
feeding on the bank of the river, lost
its footing and fell into the raging wa
ters Lelow, and would have made food
for the fishes if it had not been tor the
timely assistance rendered by James
r'razer and James Moore, who took a
boat and rescued the animal.
Considerable improvements and re
pairs have been made in the Imperial
Mill, while shut down for repairs to
the lluine, which gave wav the first
the "ne, winch gave way the fi
part of last week. That part former
s-'d as an ollice lias been tixed up i
stowing awav wheat, an. 1 an additi
erected lor ollice purposes
The situation remains unchanged.
Hayes lias 173 sure electoral votes, and
Tilden ll. I-iOuisiana and I-Torida still
remain undetermined, but will un
doubtedly be returned for IIajres, giv
ing him a majorit' of one.
Stroup, who was up before Justice
Athey last week for stabbing and gen
erally using up Geo. I'oras. was lined
Sloaiid costs, instead of being bound
over to appear before the grand jury,
as stated in our last issue.
One of the characteristics of the fe
male hoodlums in San Francisco, says
the Chronicle, is tlie hair pulled down
over the forehead, and cut oft" square
like the shock of a Washoe Indian
I lie lecture by Rev Johnston Mc-
Cormac at the Congregational Church
lat Saturday evening was well at
tended. The lecturer's idea of " Th
Churcn was, all liberal churches.
A prominent Democrat informs us
that Gov. G rover will refuse to issue a
certiiicato to I): Watts as Presidential
Elector. It wen; better a mill stone
were hanged about his neck, etc.
Persons desiring to purchase Christ
mas presents for their children will do
well to attend the Episcopal fair and
festival at Pope's Hall" on the 7th.
A Miain street man has started a
menagerie, lie has two cats, two canary-birds
and a dog, and expects to
have live or six more dogs.
The K. of P. Liodge will be organized
in Ibis city on tlie 8!h hist. A large
number of Kr.ight
ex peeled to be pre:
from Portland are
There will be a dncc at Canemah
this (Thursday) evening. All are in
vited to attend, and a way-uptime may
be cxpccti d.
i" tilts city, the
of the Yamhill
lias been vi.- iting
takv r'Liu.H'. Capt. Z.C. Xrton,
oilon 1. ()., in lids county, has
re-appointed a Notary Public by
t j roVt r.
p at Daidascus, l.'clon-
to Mr. liinve, was destrov
,y M'.i.niiii;; loss
men l n.ui!
lis! Chiiieil t
. Se: i:i m i V
is (Thursday) evin
l .-v. J. McCurmae.
W. lVesser liailu.eii awarded li.e
act tor in
and Osv. e;
ne City, will
Mr, '. :-av.
preae!i at the Comrri'i;
next Si.nd:v m-jrvdrcx.
The West Shore for November has a
po i trait and short sketch of Maytr
Charman of this city.
Fueh still continues to keep a lure
sup! Iv of oysters, '.vb.i
to st-rvc in anv -tvle.
h lie i.-i prepared
The Daily Albany Democrat has ta
ken a Kfrt. The weekly will be con
tinued as u.-ual.
"John" Newman was tho person w ho
marked the liojrs, thinking they were
Kev. J. II. Acton will preach in the
M. K. Church 011 next Saturday even
The county clerk issued nine mar
riage licenses during tiie past month.
Mrs. W. C Dement lias taken up her
residence in Portland.
Union service at the M. K. Church
There is a do;
1 rt Ii of drunks in our
T. A. IVicoji w ill take trade dollars at
par in trade.
Citv Council convenes nest Monday
Waiting for the hat 3-011 think you've
Latest. Hayes carries Florida
by 38 majority.
ti:i;p.;toiiiai. mws it5;m?.
Xo sidewalks in Dayton, W. T.
Fenn, Democrat, lias been elected
Delegate in Idaho.
The grain crop of Snohomish Co.
is estimated at l.o(n) tons.
One million hoop poles will be cut;
at Teuino this winter.
It is rumored that a newspaper
will be started at Port lownsend.
Ihe JJavton woolen ii;lls run
from 7 a. m. to 12 o'clock at uight.
Nearly all the flax seed in North
ern Idaho has been destroyed by
Tho U. S. Surrej- schooner Fain-
teroy will go into winter quarters at
Jos. E. Godwin, aged 30, cook
.1 . 1- 1 -i 1
on the steamer lakima, was drowned
at Tort Gamble last week.
fessrs. Paino Bros. & Moore, of
"Walla "Walla, have sold thus far this
3'Car, Upwards of $80,000 worth of
Ltali is ahead of Idnho in some
respects. In the southern section of
that .territory they have recently
found geese eggs that assayed 3.000
per ton in silver.
Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Arizona
and New Mexico together, are turn
ing out each day 820.000 in gold,
$17,000 in silver, and !?I.r00 in bass
metal, giving a total of 838,500 each
day, or 811,500,000 annual! v.
The town of Vineland, N. J., was
founded in 1SG1, and from the begin
ning the people, by special act of
Legislature, have voted annually up
on the question of liquor license,
.-a ui iio. j.ue yes votes have
ranged from five to sevritfnn nnt;i
last March, when they were 57 out
of more than 1,000 votes cast. The
result is that the town has no alms-f
house, jail, house of correction, po- j
lice, or lire department. The cost of i
pauperism last vear was g-2'2-1- of'
special police, $75. Tho town, it i
wall bo remembered, was started by
a colony. lhe-property was then j
valued at $128,500: now it is 55.000.- !
000. It has about 12.000 inhabitants
In Wyoming Territory the ofiicers' '
ana laundresses attached to i
retriments - can vote, not Viny
"eworn into tho United States ser
vice, " but neither officers nor sol
diers can do so. Altogether it is
estimated that 18,000 women vote.
Eegal tenders, 01 bu-ing, 12 selling
Flour. Extra, ?" 50": suoerline. S5 UO
Wheat. il so percental.
Oats. I k-, to 50c. bushel.
Parley. Si 2j percental.
Paeon. Sides, 17c; hams, 1GQ18;
Eard. In kegs, lie: in loft tins, 15c.
Putter. Fresh roll, :iTH.c.
Fruits. Dried apples, in sacks, 10c,
kegslO'-i ; tlunis,pitles.sJ12'JJ14 ; teaches
He ; prune's, 17c.
Chickens. Full grown, S2 50$3 50
-Dry, 12e; salted, Gc; eulls
Tallow. 5 '.-,
Wool. -tiO to!
Feed. Pran, .-rlS'20 ton; shorts,
$22 to ?2; cil cake, :-;7 50.
ili'V. Paled, 10 00 to S17 00 ton
bx.se", $Vl to fib
Potatoes. iOrt:50t5 ) bushel.
"nins. I'h to l'ic It..
Mutton sheep. 2 50:.
Oi cgan City Market.
Oats 40 J 45c "C bushel.
Potatoes 50 bushel.
Onions 1 50 J bushel.
Flour 1 :7 i sack or 5 50 y bbl.
Dried Fruit Apples. Oc cOtj
Plums, l ie.
1 '.utter -25(W;!!ie ! lb.
JMTirs c i ' dozen.
50 f-) dozen ;
bacon Sides. He
Eard 10 to 17c.
E'av 11 ton.
Wool 22e If
11. ; bams, 15c.
MA IS II 1 1:3).
:,"earCaubv, Nov. 2i, by Iiev. J. Casto,
Mr. Ore ii l,ee mid Miss Cleo I'. Whiting,
all of Clackamas county, Oregon.
At Tualatin, Clackamas count v, Nov.
14th, IsT'i, of tyihoid fever, Ktercno
Leroy. second son of Joseph llarstow,
atred'17 years, 4 months and '21 days.
A VuluaOte Melicu.l 'i'rta t Uf.
The editlrm for 1S77 of tin? sterling Medi
cal Annua1., kr.o-.vn as Ilostctter's Alma
nac, is now ready, and may lo obtained,
frf-e of cost, of druirirists and Reneral coun
try dealers in alt parts of the United
States and british America, and indeed in
everv eivciz.ed portion of the Western
II"inisph re. It couihiics. with the
soundest practical advice for the preserva
tion and r; ".rat '.on of hea'th, a larc
atuount of interest hcj and amusing litfht
rnclin, aiid the calendar, astronomical
calculations, chronolojiical items, Ac, are
prepared v.ith (treat care, and will be
found entin-Iy accurate. The isue of
llostetier's Almanac for 1S77 will probably
be the largest edition of a medical work
ever published in any qountry. The pro-
pri- tors, Messrs. Jlostetter t Smith, lJ;tts
bursr, l'a., on receipt of a two cent s!ami,
will forward a copy by mail to any iw-rson
who cannot procure one in his neighbor
hood. August Kloiver.
The most miserable beings In the world
ore those suffering from IyspcpKia and
I.iver 1 'oniplamt.
More t ha n sev -iif y-tive per cent, of the
people in the Tniled States are afflicted
with these two diseases and their effects:
such tis Sour Stomach, Sick Headache,
Habitual Cost ivencss. Palpitation of the
Heart Heart-burn, Water-brash, cna-winir
and burning pains at t he pit. of the Stom
ach, Yellow Skin, Coat '-d Tongue and disa-
grecabb; last in the mouth, coming up of
lood after cat mil, low spirits, ac. Goto
Wahk & IlAKDiNO'd and tret a 75 cent Bot
tle of August Flower or a Sample llottle
lor iu cents, try it 1 wo doses will relieve
you. Agents, c rane & Bingham, Whole
sale Druggists, San Francisco, Cal.
IlolJowuy'rf PUIm stud Ointment.
Exercise your judgment. A new and bet
ter phllosopy. To pull down all absurd
and antiquated notions of disease and its
cures, and to establish a rational svstein
on the ruins, has been the chief endeavor
otir. Holloway through life, hene the
origin of his c"i"brated Pills and Oint
ment remedies in UcepiYiir wit h common
sen'because c-.i bs-Tvi.-nt to nature. rat her
than at variance wit h her laws like those
in general use. I o 1 he stomach we trace
dyspepsia, headache and irMieral ilehilltv :
to the liver, l.il", jaundice and vol low
lever : to t rv bowels, diarrli'ea, dvsenterv.
constipation, i;es and fistula; to tie1
Unites, consumption, Ac: to the blood
seroiuia, scurvy, aim all cutaneous erup
tions. B- keeping these orirans and the
vital fluid pure and h'-althy we mavsaf.'lv
deiy the attacks ! disease, and no medi
cine yet pr-'par.-d fort his purosecan equal
ine nction 01 tics.. 1'ills and iiintm"nt, as
t hoy dive to t !i s "at of the disorder, and
by cxtirp.it trig its cause destroy its ef
fect . 101.
A Fragrant I?rcath autl Pearly
Are easily oiiuinwl by cleansing your
teetli daily with that justly popular
dentifrice, SOZODONT. Composed of
rare antiseptic herbs, it imparts white
ness to the teeth, a delicious aroma to
the breath, and preserves intact, from
youth to old age, tiie teeth. Acidity of
the stomach will destroy the strongest
teeth unless its elVects are counteracted
with SOZODONT, and this pure tooth-
wash protects tlie dental surfaces by
retnovir.g every impurity that adheres
to them. Ask your druggist for SOZO
Hronch i? is.
From John F!ngg,Esq.,of Bennington.N.H
'Three vears sine" 1 was very much re
duced nith a dreadful eolith, wh ich result
ed in Bronchitis, affecting me so severely
as to render it. dimeuit to spcaK in an an
dible voice. To this was added severe night
sweats, ami I was fearful of iroina: into a
d,,cUnf,. After recourse to various remedies,
to no purpose. 1 mane us- 01 int. w istap. s
Balsam ofWildCherry, a fw bott'es of
which fu'.lv restored me to health. Since
that time I have had several attacks of
,,, i.,o flif Ra'sain hasalwavs rw in ov-
c the'm. 1 always keep it by me, and
should not know how to do without it."
1... oil .Inifinsis.
The Peruvian Syrup
Vitalizes and enriches the blood, tones
up thP system, builds up the broken-down,
cures Dyspepsia, Nervous Aff ction, Chi !s
nnrl Fevpr Humors. lyoss of Constitutlona ,
Viiror, Diseases of the Kidneys and lad
der Female Comp'aints, and aM disas-s
originating in a bad state of th" HIomI, or
accompanied by Debility or a low state of
the Svstem. , T,
Caution !-r.e sure yoti get th" Pkruvian
cYitre 6n dollar ntvl t :o dol ars a lf
u. Pr'otard bv skth W. V'owlk t Sons.
Sn Harrison Ave., Boston. Sod by drug
If there is any Victim of an eruptive
malady who despairs of relief, let him
abandon his despondency. So long as it
is possible for him to obtain Glenn's bCL
phcr Soap he need entertain no doubts
respecting the possibility of his being
7The National Gold Medal was award
ed o Uradlev A Rulofson for the best
Photographs in tho United states, and the
Vit'tina Medal forth' best in the world.
4J Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
In Circuit Court of the Stato of Oregon for
George W. Sawtell. plaintiff, vs. Mary E.
Sawtell and Frank Sawtell, defendants,
T"y virtue OF A CERTAIN JCDG-
merit and decree of partition and sale
made and entered in the above entitled
(.'urt and suit on the lst day of Novem-
ber, a. d. i7, the undersigned, a referee
tturdtt)-, (lie Ui)tU du)- of Deseiubor,
t the hour of on o'clock p. x, of said
day, at the Court House door in Oregon
City, Oregon, the following described real
estate, formerly the property of 11. C. Saw
tell, deceased, to-wit :
The S. li of H. K. ! and tho S. H of S.
W. H of Sec. and the X. of X. W. ?,
and the X. J$ of X. K. of Sac. all in
Town. 5 fS. of li. 2 K. of tho Willamette
Meridian, situate in the county and State
af oresaid, and containing :',JU acres.
Terms of Sale not less than $100 in U.
S. gold coin to be paid down ; the remain
der to be paid in like coin, in equal install
ments, on or before one, two, three and
lour years from date of sale ; said sums to
bear interest, payable annually, at the
rate of ten per cent, per annum, and to be
secured by mortgage on the premises sold.
C. H. CACFIKLU,
E. L. E.vsTir.VM, Keferec.
Att'y lor pl!T in partition.
Oregon City, Dec. 1, LS7ii:w4.
Y YIUTUn OF A DKCHEIO AND
writ of execution issued out of the
Circuit Cocrt of the State of Oregon forth.?
county of Clackamas, dated the -'7tU day
ot November, A. 1). 1-i.o, and to me as
Hheritr directed, in favor of l. 1'. Thnmi)-
son and aiiainst s,"i.tiiaus Jluelat tor tli
sum oI'Tllin een Hundred and Fifty lol-
lars in lawful money )f the United State
and One Hundred and Twenty-Six SKMIK)
Dollars in trold or .silver coin of the United
States, with interest on each of the above
named amounts in like coin at the rate of
twelve per cent, per annum from the .lst
day of November, A. 11. 1S70 ; and the
furthersum ol f orty Dollars as attorney s
fee with interest at the rate of ten percent
l'r annum from the L'lst day of Novem
ber, a. D. ISTij; and the further sum of
Thirty-One ii-lua Dollars costs in said
action, and aceraiie' costs upon this writ
Now t hcrelore I have on this the 2-t h
day of November, A. 1. lS.'O, levied upon
the following described real estate to satis
fy the jad'.r:iients, interest, costs and ac
cm i n g costs : Lots three ('.) and six (o) in
block Seven (7) in Oregon City, Clackamas
county, State of Oregon, according to the
pint of said city on lite in tic; Clerk's ollice.
Tuesdisy, the'i.l U.ty uf .la iuur", 1S27,
At the hour of ten o'clock A. M. of said
day, at the Court House door in Or. ron
City, Clackamas county, Oregon, I will
sell all t he riirht, tii le and interest, of t he
above named defendant to the above de
scribed real ) roperty, to satisfy trie above
named judgments, interest , costs and ac
cruing cost s, at public a act ion, t o th higli
est bidder for cash to inc in hand paid at
the time of paid sale.
J. T. Al'PK'.lsoy,
Shf-ri!Tot Clackamas county, Or. gon.
Oregon City, Nov. S, 1S7 :-.v I.
Executrix sale of Real
V"OTlt i; IS HidiUHY OIVKN THAT
by virtue of the authority in me vest
ed as llx' cairix of the ( state t.f M. M. Mc
Carver, d -ceaseil, by ord- r of the County
Court of Clackamas county. State of Ore
gon, I will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for U. S. ;ld coin, on Fri
day, the -M h lay of llec-mb'-r, IsTti, attti"
hour of on" o'clock of said day at tic
Court House door in Oregon City, Clacka
mas county, Slate of Oregon, tie- Sol lowing
described real estate situate m the county
of Clackamas, Stale of ir"gou, and bound
etl mid described aa to lows, to-A-it: being
a part of the donation claim No. 11 in T. :
S., K. 1 K., in ' iackamas county, tat of
Oregon, bounded as lollous: Com meneircg
at a jKiint on the N. W. boe.udary ot said
claim 7'1-bia chains west and 2 chains
south. -It- west from the N. I'., corner of
.section i, trie same i.emg tne sotitii wf.il
coriwrof A. Warner's, land ; run ning t hence
south, 11- west H .xl-laa chains: th-'nee
cast L'S 'JS-imi cuaimi ; thenc" north Z'-
ist PJ r.ii-iao chains; thence north 47 '
w.'St jut'hiims to tlie pia"e or t.egmniiig,
ciitairig 4ti Hi-pm acres, together with the
1 'Tim of saa One-roiirt ti down at tune
f sale, otip-'oiirth on Feb. 1, IST7, and th'
.niiiiiiil-r f sti .0 bid. Nov. 1. is".
.ILT.I.V A. Mc-. AKVF.K.
Xov.'Jt, H7r-lt. Administratrix.
V'oric n is hkiikrv fiivnv that
the llrm of Willis I!r.s., wagon
makers and blacksmiths, has been dis
solved and nil persons i ed bl .'dt o t he late
llrm must cab and settle wihiti thirty
days from this pate, after which time all
accounts will be found at the office of
Johnson & McCown.
Oregou City, Nov. rT. ISTll-im.
To all who are suffering fronf the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, A-c, I
will s-nd a recipe that will cure you, FItEK
OF ClIAIKiK. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Send a slf-addr -ssed onvolo:e to the
Kkv. T. Josfpii Inman, Station T. r.itJt
Jlome, AVm' York. novlT-ly.
J. II. SKTTMCMIKU, Proprietor,
150,000 FIIU IT, SHADE,
ORXAMEXTAI, AND XUT
VIXES VXD SH IlTTtBEKY,
IOJl SAT.E CHEAP
7 Hard Times.
TO SUIT THE
Apple Twm from $."5 to per hundred.
All other Tr-es from $10 to $1S per bun
ired. Send for Catalogue and Price List.
J. H. SETTLED IEH.
Woodburn, Marion Co., Ogn.
fVm. Casedy, Agent at Oregon City.
STILL H THE FIELD!
REMOVED SECOND DOOR SOUTH OF
WILLIAMS & HARDING,
EF.PTHK MOST COMPLETE STOCK
IV of 1- amily (groceries to be found in t he
city. All iroods warraatetl. Joods ileMvi-red
in the city free of charge. The highest cash
once paid lor count rv pro. luce
Ure-ou City. March -JS, IS73.
FRUITS AND YEG ETABLES.
Main Street, Orc?oii (i(y,
One door south of Ward Ilard'mg's
At R STOCK CONSISTS OPETERV
J thins usually kept in a well stocked
Family Orocery Store. Keep only first
e?Orders delivered to any part of Oregon
Citv, or t ane man.
Oregon City June 0, 1978 i t.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TrWTV-TTRTTY DTT 0AT.TF0PJJIA .
MILLINERY GOODS !
Tl'ST HF.CEIVKD. AT MRS,
J Warren's Mlllinerv Store, a new and
elegant stock of latest styles of Millinery
and Ladies Furnishing Goods, for tho
Which will be sold at reasonable prices.
1.,-ulies livinirin thecotintry, favoring m
with their orders, will lind them promptly
ran. i:. s. wauuex,
One door south of lr. Welch's ofnee.
Oregon City, March 17, 1S7B.
LIVERY, FEED, AHD SALE
rpilE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETOR. OF
Jl the Livery stable on Fifth street .Oregon
City, Oregon, KC-epa constantly on nanu
aid UakcVji. Su.dOIe
nuil Busty Uorea.
Oregon City, Nov. 5, lbiS.
H EKE AFTER AXI) VNTII Ft'U
ther notice the City of Salem will
touch at tho
F X cur,
On its up trips each week on
Wfancstlay- and Suturdny Morulugs
And on the. down trips,
Tueatiiiy a.il I-'ridiiy Afternoons.
Freight and Travel respectfully solicited.
U. II. .SCOTT v CO.
July 13, lS70:tt.
DESIRES TO INl'OilM TIIE CITIZENS
of Oregon City and of the Willamette
Valley, that he is still on hand and doing
business on the old motto, that
A Ximble Xi Pence in Jlt-lter than ft Slow
I have Just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
LATEST AdlD BEST SELECTED
stock of coons
ever before olTi red in this city ; and consists
in part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Stylos, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Ooous, Fancy N
liope. Faming tions of Evcry
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Matt ins, Oil
Cloth, Wall Paper, etc
Of the above list, I can say my stock Is the
MOST COMP L K T K
river offered in thi market, and was seleted
with especial care for t he Oregon City trade.
All of which 1 now oner ior saie nt iim
Lowost ftrlarkot Rates.
No use for the ladies, or any one else, to
think of fioin to Port land to buy goods for
1 am trrtntnnt to SW Chrap and not to
allow myself to be
INDEUSOLD 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 Oreiron Citv enables me to know the re-
ouireinents of the trade. Come one and all
. - .1 1 L. L.r. ! .1 n.l
ana see ior yoursoivcis nuu im- ouiu v
cannot be beaten in quality or price. It
would be useless lor me to ion you an me
Wantages I can offer you in the sale 01
poods, as every store that advertises noes
that, and probably you have been disap
pointed. All I wish to say is
Coaic, and Srp,aml Exiunin? for Yoursf Ivrs
fori do not wish to make any mistakes.
M v object, is to tell all my old friends now
that, lam still alive, and desirous to sell
goods cheap, for cash, or upon such terms
as agreed upon. 1 nanKinc an ior 1110 1 mor
al patronage heretofore bestowed.
111' I I Al. ' ' ,
Main Street, Oregon City,
Loi Tenders and Count v Scrip taken at
market, rates. T1IOS. CHAPMAN.
C7"oO,eiM) lbs wool wanted by
RAVIXO KI2MO'lKTKl AM) KX
larged our 7'ork Packing Establish
ment, we will b" prepared to purc'oase
l.iMMi or more Hogs this season, and for
which we will pay the highest market
crice. Cash down on d'diverv.
AT.mtlNIIT tS; LOUI S.
Oregon City, Oct. f, lTH :m.
S. A. BROUGHTON,
TOITLP INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Oregon City and vicinity that he is
prepared to furnish
Fir & Cedar Lumber,
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooring', Celling-, linslic,
Spmre, (for shelving), TiMIce,
PicKets, mid Fen "p.Posts, Cedar,
Constantly on ham.
Street and Sidewalk lumber furnished
on inn soonest notice, at as low rates as
11 can oe purcnaseu in the state.
Give me a ca 1 1 nt t he
ORRfiOX CITY ,S'.4IF MILLS
Oregon 'it. v. June 10, 1875 :tf
4 T GEORGE FUf'H'S.OPPOSITKTHE
j- jepot. served up Tor customers
FKESII OU STEWED.
Families supplied at the rate of 75 emts
per nunure.i. OKOUGE FUCHS.
Orogon City, Oct. 20-tf
B. A. HUGHES,
Oiipositc the Postofilce,
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY
HA TS ,
BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FLRNlSIilNG GOODS,
GR AJX SACKS,
ETC.. ETC., ETC.
fV STOCK OF CEXERAL MFK.
JL chandise is large and well assorted.
There is no house
in the city that can
SMALL PROFITS AND (IHCK RETURNS,
Is my motto.
Please call and see for yourselves that
the Goods at the old hrm ot 15. A. liugncs
cannot be beaten in quality or price.
I keen the best. T a and CofTec and a
good supply of l-'jsmtiy Groceries.
I give the highest market price for good
E. A. UUGIIES.
Oregon City, March 17th, 1S70.
County Sfvip Taktu us Casli.
2j AN a) FO5 SAIBS.
fV. HAVE TII E FOM.OWTNG PEAE
Estate for sale.
. Desirable building block in Oregon
. ICO Acres, good house, and barn
full of hay;.S acres in cultivation,
orchard, good water: 1" miles troni
Oregon City. Price t'yW), half down.
No. 3. Ilk) acres of S. S. bite's donation
claim, L'.Hf miles from Oregon t-iiy;
i. 100 acres, 8 miles S E of Oregon
Citv. 10 acres in cultivation, open
brush land, running water, good
wheat land ; price, 5so'.
Ko.5. Part of all the Larber farm, on the
river at ltock Island above Oregon
City ; i per aero.
No. 6. ;20 acres, '2 miles from Graham's
ferry on the Willamette river, HO acres
in cultivation, 12 acres in an orchard
of choice varieties of fruit, ;tti acres in
wheat, 1-iU acres under fence, geod
house, barn and running water, 12
miles from Oregon City. Price 5l,i"u,
part down balance on time.
. :i:iO acres; 75 improved, a large,
new, well linished Irame dwelling,
plum and apple orchards, living wa
ter, IS acres of fall wlp-at. ti miles
from Oregon City, on Moialla road,
church and school house adjoining ;
can be had for t, 2-50, one-third down,
balance on time.
No. 8. 201 acres 10 miles east of Oregon
City, H mil.-si irom Viola grist and
saw mill and postoftie ; ar acres in
cultivation, ltu acres under fence,
good irame house 13x:l "L" 10x22, 3
acres in fruit trees. Price J1.000, half
No. 9. 40 acres at Milwaukee; part
beaver dam. Trice, fl.OOC.
No. 10. A one and a half story house, one
lot, barn, woodshed, well, etc, in
Oregon City, for $12-5.
11 100 acres of land, with 10" acres un
der new fence and a growing crop of
wheat, about 40 acres very easily
cleared, all of the rest timbered land,
well vatered, S miles from Oregon
City. Price $S2" ; .50 cash, f t!2 on
time, at 10 per cent. ier annum.
12. SO acres four miles from Can by
railroad station; 6 acres ready to
ploWj good log barn, 4(10 feet of lum
ber for a small house, good oj.cn
land ; Price, $i73.
1.1. ;22 acres 17 miles southeast of
Oregon City ; 75 acres in cultivation,
and 75 acres can easily be put in cul
tivation, double log bouse, barn, good
water, 5 acres of an orchard. Price,
$0,010, half down.
No. 11. ;V acres ten miles east, of Oregon
City, 7 miles from Marshtield station ;
75 acres in cultivation, 300 acres of
level bottom land. goxl box-house
and frame barn, good running water
for stock, good stock ranch, 700 bear
ing fruit trees. Price St.2o0. Will
sell stock and crops to purchaser if
No. 15. 100 acres 6 miles east of Oregon
City ; 00 acres 111 cultivation, 5 acres
in orchard, good house and barn, re
maining land easily cleared. Price
$2,500, half down.
10. 150 acres, more or less, 11 miles
from Oregon City, i-IS miles to Port
land, 20 acres in cultivation, 100 more
easily cleared, all under fence, good
house, good land and plenty of water,
sehoolhouse and church 1 mile away,
it months school in year. Terms casV,
17. 100 or 100 acres off of the north of
the Fram's claim, 4 miles from Ore
gon City, open brush land, all easily
e'eared, living water.good mill power,
at $10 per acre ; terms easy.
Other desirable bargains in Clackamas,
the best county in the State.
Any sue having money to lend can have
our services, tree of charge, In managing
the same and selecting securities.
Persons wanting to borrow monev can
get favorable terms by calling on us.
JOI!SOX it 'lit OW.-V, mid
johxsu:;, Sfconx ajiaciu:-!.
OfHees in Oregon City and Portland.
Nov. 12. 1.S75 :tf
J'tVV I TAVING taken
V Sa'Ei SL advantage of
t h- i;d unsettled
condition cf the
Eastern and Cali
fornia Money Mar
k- ts, I have
The Largest Stock
Lvor brought, to
Oregon, and am now enabled to offer th"m
at Uetail at former H H(H,l,s.U,E
No plated Jewelry of any kind is kept, in
my Establishment. Every article is war
ranted as represented. I also have the
Agency of the unrivalled Diamond Sp?c
tmlr. To thos intending to send East for
Watches, I would say if they will b t me
know the name .arid price of the watch
they intend to send for, 1 will furnish the
same watch lor the same price.
By all means give me a call before going
or sending elsewhere
B. L. STOKE,
103 Eront-st.. Portland, Oregon.
NEIMEYER & UTTER,
F'JR'iiSH I U Q GOODS
31 First Street, Portland.
Oct. 0, l576.-tf.
OREGON CITY, OREGON. .
T. W.: RHODES,
Transient EoariT, tl to S'-S !' TT-
Mingle Meals 50 cents.
Hoard per AVeclc $5 OO
Boaru and I.olliif;, rcr weelt 86 CO
The Table will be supplied with tho bet
the market affords.
Iall Suppers furnished on short notice,
and at reasonable terms.
Nov. 19. 18.75 :tf
TO ALL mm IT KAY
"TAKING DKSIROVSJOK ADOPTING
X ) a new rule of business, H would requBt
thosa 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 greatO
ly, and can assure all that I can give
Bargain Eto Cash Buyers-
Come and see for vour own satisfaction .
"ff TAKK THIS JICTIIOD OF IX-
i forming my old patrons and the pub- O
lie gencrailv that I have just opened a
SADDLE Afc'D HARFiESS SHOP,
In the Masonic building. Main st., Oregon
Citv. whore I will be pleased to serve all
who may give me a call with anything in
my line at the lowest cash prices.
Orojron City, July 13. s:: :"m.
Fn Ah E3
(Successor to EAKLOW & FULLER),
cnccEnjss akd FF.ovfSferis,
BUTTER AND CHEESE,
r()RElG AM) llOMESTir Fill ITS,
And a full variety of Goods usually kept
in a first-class Grocery Store.
Come one, come all, and examine our
stock. I can sell as cheap and lnrnish as
geod an article as anv house in town.
1 have secured a first class b..ker and
will continue to timiish customers with
is good bread as can be found in the State.
Oive me a call at Par low & Cutler's old
stand, Main street.
T. A. UAt OX.
Oregon City, August 25, IsTO :t f.
PAUL BOYCE;:SV,. D.
PHYS5C!A?4 A&D SURSEDK,
Oregon City, - - Oregon.
11IROXIC DISEASES AM) DIS-
Vi cases of Women and Children a speci
alty. Office hours, day and night ; always
ready when duty calls.
Aug." 25, 1870 :tf.
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP,
John Lewis' GkJ Stand,
CAV. G.IXOXG HAS OPKXED AT
this old stand, where he is i-r pared
to do anything in his line.
y Horse shoeing aspeciaiy.
Oregon City, Mav ".ttfnij
iEWEL'kER GF PORTLAND,
Cleaning a Wultli S3 OO
Mnire-S prills 1 SO
Only the best qualities Guaranteed for
two years from day of sale.
E7"()nli rs sent from the countrv care
lOri First St., in Odd Fellows Ituidin
July -2S, S7-;J.m.
THE WEST SHORE,
Just entering its second year. It4s
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED
and worthy the patronage of
every well-wisher of tho Pacific
Northwest. It is q
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Py the leading artists on the Coast.
The Ablest Writers
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it stands at the head of t he Tacific Coast
publications. As a pap-, r to
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abroad, it has no equal. V single num
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SI 50 PKIt TEA n,
including- postage. Sample number, 20
cents. Address the publisher,
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Remittances can be mad" by reistere d
letter r bv on'., r on any of the Portland
Pusincss Houses. scj't 7 Sna.
In the matter of the estate of Currin T.
1ASWELL KIMHLEV, ADMINISTRA-
tor of the above named estate, having
filed his final account and reort, with
r.raver for final settlement, it. was ordered
by the Court that Saturday, the 'J.ld day of
lieeomber, lS7fi, be s-'t apart for the hear0
lug of objections to such reixirt and ac
count, if any there be.
CASWELL KIMRI EY,
Oregon City, Nov. 21, lS7f.-4t. O
. . 0
Final Settlement. o
In the County Court of Clackamas County,
ft ate of Oregon.
In the matter of the estate of Richard E.
ISAAC WILLIAMS. ADMINISTRATOR
of the alove estate having filed hisflnal
aceountand report vith prayer for final
sett lenient, it was ordered by the Court
that Saturday, the 15th cay of December.
lS7fl, be set. apart for the hearing of objec
tion's to such report nr.d account. If any
there be. ISAAC WILLIAMS.
Adm'r of estat of Richard E. Williams.
Oregon City, Nov. 10. l$7(Mw.
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