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OREGON CITY. TIIURSD.U. OCT. !, IS77.
Wheat $1 10.
Fresh oysters at Trcmbath's.
Emerson's Minstrels Saturday evening.
Ooo.l trout fishing at the mouth of Ab
ernetliy creek .
A largo number of Portlantlors were in
town last Sunday.
Union meeting next Sunday evening at
the 15aptist Church.
There are 177 pupils in attendance at the
public school of this city.
It is rumored that several marriages
will take place this month.
Hoard of Delegates vilf meet Saturday
evening, at o'clock, sharp.
Eight hundred tons of wheat passed
through the locks last Friday.
Opposition makes business lively. It
i in the tonsorial line this time.
Alittle son of Mr. .1. C. McCoy, of Eaglo
Creek, died last week of d v-sonterv.
Mr. II. W. E-ako has been appointed
agent for the Entkiumusk at Knglo Creek.
A special term of the Circuit Court has
been appointed for the 10th of November.
Wo are glad the entertainment of Satur
dav evening was only a "sidesplitting
Qjeo. Fuchs and T.A. Ilaeon. of this citv.
Avill have stands at the State Fair next
The rain last week raised the up river
about two feet, and the steamboat men are
Mr. Chns. Albright. Sr., will return
from California tho lirst part of next
I lez. Johnson and Fred. Dement started
1 tt Tuesday for a prospecting tour in
O Eastern Oregon.
W. It. Dunbar.fr. W. C. T., hns commis
sioned Mr. J. II. Lambert, of Mil waukie.
as Stato Deputy.
fJen. Sherman and party passed up the
road yesterday morning, en route for San
Mr. F. O. McCown has been confined to
his house for several days past with a
severe attack of erysipelas.
The steamer Welcome came up to this
city last Sunday, with S. (I. IJeod and
fie'n.Sprague, of the O.S.N. Co., on board.
1 11" v. T. H. l'earne, nn old resilient of
Wehfoot, has been assigned fort becom
ing year to pastoral duty at llillsboro,
Two chaps named Vradenlmrg ami
Winter iuioped the town last week with
out paying their board bills at the I'arlow
Mr. C. 11. Tlhoads. living iu-t bolow
town. has placed us under oblig itions for
a monster watermelon, weighing about
A bridge whi'd was in course of con
struction at Fast Portland tumbled down
lust Thursday. and several workmen were
'The sile of tho late Oeo. TjaTlorvme's in
terest in the Imperial Mills has been in
definitely n-stpooed. There was not a
single bid ottered last Saturday.
Mr. Si'eley. living over on the Tualatin,
o hail about ;,ix: bushels of grain out in the
rain last week. We understand that a
large portion of it was damaged.
Several valuable vieces of real estate
will be ottered for sale at tho court house
next Saturdiv. A uood chance for any
one wishing to secure a farm cheap.
;. W. Walling Son, of the Willamette
Nursery, have laid on our tal le their cata
l ,ri!.' for ls77-s. Their mtrscrv is shua-d
rear Oswego, and has an excellent reputa
In the ease of W. I,. C. Co. vs John
Oordon.et al. la! week . I h' h'ry ri tni iied
: 'vneral aiul a special verdict . and both
sides claim that the verdict wa
on -r nud P ivid Oanfp'ld were
out on at! 1 v week lielore last iiiei i.iiieo
n iare-e"bj iek
b"ar. one deer and lots of
The bear weighed about 'JV)
Tin t'itv f'oiined b is authoried the pnr--hase
of lh bell f lroe-rlv used :d thr.
lh'iscepal Chnreh, for the sum of i'.V). It
is to bi placed on the engine house in
pi ac of the cracked one.
Seldom has one Pen Worslev sold than
wit T.ro. Ireland in his last week's is-ii"
of the Astorian. Tiie jx.em "Your Mis
sion" having been palmed off op him as
r iginal. A re you losing your omuiejee.ee?
Mr. W.S. Moss receivd i tele rr im from
Ih'ier Cit " vesterda v. announcing t lie s i 1
Ti'ovs of (he d 'dh of his step sen. Mr.
'hdatin Pieli irdson, at Malheur, after an
illness of four days. Deceased was nearly
."Sgvears of agf.
Tho West Shore for September has put
m an appearance replete with inb'resi inr
reading matter and views of P iei'ie coast
scnerv. With this number it starts out
rn its t bir-I voir, and has si neat sobscri
tion list of 7,2iV).
Tho "pinions" of the A. A. McCnlly
give way this morning below Col. Jen-j
tholiank. 't'lm McMimivi'le will tow her
minis pi:ico, mill sm mis oeen iieuiipio;
down to I!-!-!1.:!!!! this attcrnoon, where
she will be repaired.
Thieve were opi- in full force at the
"Washinjrton county fair l'est week, nod
managed to "ileeee" sever il arties. We
would ad vise our citizens who attend the
Stato Fair next week to keep a good look
out for their valuables.
Tho dramatic entertainment at Pope's
Hall last Saturday niiiht was well attend
ed. The performers rendered their parts
in a creditable manner, and the titi Menc
showed its appreciation of their etl'orts by
frequent and merited rounds of applause.
David Harriers who lias been working
in tho vicinitv of Oswpco for live months
past, started last Monday fortholvpdto
tiring out his family, ami was robbed of
$101 while stopping at a hotel in Portland
on tho same evening.
Mr. S. IV Hatch has consented to act as
Atrent for tho Kntkiu'iiisk at Sandy, and
we hoyie our trieuds in that vicinity will
jfivc him a call and h ive their names for
warded at once. It is the duty of every
eitizon to support the county paper, and
wo would bo pleased to have Sandy step
Mr. J. Casto, of New 'Fra. owing to
numerous customers who have not pim
riel the coin for their bills, and who has
oen unfortunate in his business ireneral
ly, was closed out l ist week and his eilects
ydaced in tho assignee's hands to be dis
posed of for the Kmetit of his creditors.
,The goods have been placed in the old
postoftiee building, and are being sold at
T.onrus it Albright have hist received
another la riro band of choice cattle trom
.tho bunch grass country which excel any
thing in tho meat line ever brought tothis
marker, ine came are m hoc eon. nn..,,.
just rolling in fat. the meat bcmgalmo-t
. . ..l.l,.l-f, W.-i s 1 L-
as tenner as .-inni, iiivrn. -1 -.;;
from experience, as we acknowledge wnli
pleasure the reeeirt of an elegant roast
from the genial proprietors.
SiiKEr KirxEP. A black bear killed
two sheep bclonginc; to Mr. Thayer und
one belonging to Mr. Latouretto, about
four niftes east of this city last Friday
night. '1 he maurauder was seen commit
ting the depredations, but made off before
the parties could pet a gun. A party of
hunters were out Saturday looking for
bruin, but failed to find any traces.
Called. M r. 11. V. Lake, of Eagle
Greek, called last Tuesday. He reports
large crops in his section, and very little
Rrain damaged bv the rain. Tho condition
of theroa.fc leading from Eagle creek to
market are in such a bad condition that
eOlllllllOTI 1 1 lilt
at least thi w. f,inl nf th o-riin will have
to be rtorVd n UnSrSi he
--.l -ii . . .
JUdll.l will M liQcnh A Qirln
SEPTEMCKU TJ-:r.M. SIIATTUCK JCDGE.
State vs A. 15. St roup ; disfiguring cattle.
Jury disagreed und case coiitisiued lor
State vs Andrew Long; larceny. Ver
dict of guilty ; scnteiiced to Is moiilhs ini-
State vs Goo. I lodge; manslaughter.
e o.ci oi no: g.uuv.
Svue ys Marion Hrtim; larceny. Bond
lorl.-itti , . j
StatevsJ. G. lrullmger ; obstructing i
highway on appeal from Justice s court. ;
Continued. ... . . !
' V tU v:s Arctrcw SproiiLs ; incest, riaul
guiuv ; oiieu i-.,m or ;) (lavs imprison
merit in the county jail.
Mathoil lli-os. vs A. il. Dullock ; con:';r
niatioimf sr.le. Sale confirmed.
Tlios Chartiiau vs John L. Cason : suit
to recover money. Judgment lor i)Lui.li;i" i 1
lor wai;t ot answer.
A, Let; rami vs J . Humphrey ; suit to re- !
cover money. Dismissed from this court I
and under jurisdictioit f bankrupt court, j
Isaac Frost vs J II. F razor ; suit ton- i
rover damages for lo js of crop, caused l- !
tire from defciidcnt's threshing luacliine. !
W.ll. T. L.Co. vs John Gordon, et al : '
to ooiet title to a portion of land on which '
the locks are built. General verdict for
plaintiU'; special verdict rendered; mo
tions tiled for judgment on verdicts.
D. W. rhirnside vs .1eo. LaKocquo ctal ;
confirmation of sale. Confirmed.
Gotlcib iJicepo vs John A. Crawford,
confirmation of sale. Confirmed.
11. L. Fittock vs J. T. App-rson, slieriff;
for injunction i. gainst sherilf's salo of
property fot- taxes. Judgment for ie
J . Terv. illiger vs J. W. Caine ; eonfirm:'.
tion of s.-"Il". f'omirmed.
D. I. Thompson vs Septimus Huol.it: :
foreclosure ot mortgage. Ih fi-rred to
Sinney Dell, as referee, to take testimony, i
Heirs and legal rooresentatives of David j
Phipps vs IVter A. Weiss, et a! ; writ of !
review ti set aside a judgment from Jus
tice's court. Continued.
J. II. Feaster vs Marietta Feast or; di
Fred G. Dement vs W. II. Wood and
Mary A. Wood; foreclosure of mortgage.
W. II. Wade vs Sarah L. Wade ; divorce-.
The Oregon Iron Co. vs Jos Kcllogir,
et al ; confirmation of sale. Confirmed.
The Oregon Iron Co. vs Tualatin itivcr
Navigation and MTg. Co. ; confirmation of
John Catliu, assignee, et al, vs John A.
Confer, ct al ; to recover money. Con
tinued. Polly A. Gordon vs Tiio.-j. Ib Gordon ;
Sarah F. Smith vs Daniel
Karl Stdig vs Chas. Deromc
tiou of sale. Conhrmed.
John il. Fields vs II. V. Short ; to recov
er land. Judgment by default for plaintiff.
Hawley, Dodd i'c Co. vs Isaau M osier;
....... 3. i.i hi ,
Jos. Paqtiet vs IVter Paqnet; suit in
partilion. Continued. j
A writer for the s.m l-Vancico Ilural
Press in soeakitig of tlie display at the
Mechanic's Fair, pays the following com
pliment to this Su-fo: "Among many oth
er things displ ivi-d can be seen models of
tiie famous clipper Western Shore, mid
the tug boat Col .uuhi.i, built by Me.ssis.
Simpson, of Oregon material. Tiie former
is famous tor making the quickest trip !
under sail on record from Astoria to Cork",
g-iiig over hi one hundred and mio days, i
and relurniiig in one hundred and four
da s. Site is i,e''i tons measurement, yet !
cariies t wcuty-lwo hi:;;d: ett tor. ; of coal, j
which seems to indicate thm Oregon latiit i
vessels arc somewhat eiast ie ami expans
ive She is doubt!-ss the finest mod-d of
a s;ii!er,wii:i great carrying capacity, ailoat. j
Tie- Colitmbia is now i.u t:.e river" of that j
name, p! i ing bei we n Astoria and Port-!
l ied, -iaai' -.'i. S;ie is ninety feet long, !
a:id her builders an. I owners claim that j
she will make pre;. u r speed on a soitiil -rj
amount of fuel than any other t'.ig boat in j
existence. -t all cvi'ms.niic t lie mi. stern I
Stem-, she has a. splendid recortl. Oregon !
makes a line di ml tv of fresh fruits. Firs!
came a box o; line blr.ck berri-s from Pear
Astoria, of l-.r.'r' sixe and fine ilavor; then !
t wo boxes of ihe r d A-t ; ah.oi a pph s, run 1 i
Italian ptaoies from the railroad nurs.-ry j
: t iia.-t Portland. Oreg,, n. owned by Mi-. I
Petty man ; tlien Messrs. Lueiling t'i Son, j
oi .m 1 1 wa uk ic, i.regon. sent i large m voice
of primes, four varieties ; dapp's "favor
iie' pears and yellow egg pi'ums; Mr.
Lam!-.ert.ot' t he same place. Italian prunes
artlett p-.-ars ; .Mr. '. A. !:
oi k hurt.
pitltps; Messrs Wilson ,V Speck,
peaches and primes. Fruits in
i the Clackamas Packing Co..
it v. Iregoii ; also t rom tlie same
ace, green ; e.is! e iiitf it. Fruits as dried
i.i sent to ma: bet b ti:e Aldep. i'aek'mg
Co., thceon ( 'iiy, and Mi s.mvs. Haas ih-os.,
also by tlie lMummcr lryer."
'I'hc t'-jiirt llou-.c.
lpi ron ils i'i;kpkis;: : From wliat 1
have read in your columns; concerning the
construction of tho new court house, il
seems to be the intention of tho authorities
to erect it near t!i3 site of the old court
house on the hluft. If they will remem
ber that the location of the former court
j majority of the citizens of the county, and
mat very n.'w rcgretie.i i:.s licstruci 1011 bv
tire, they will certainly not risk their pres
ent popularity and reputation f,.r ood
judgment by choosing a similar site tho
most undesirable and inconvenient place
in the city. I have taken the trouble to
talk with a largo number of people from
various parts of tiie county, and they are
generally in favor of a new court house,
but are unanimous in the opinion that it
should be erected, near the lai-ioe.s oor
tiop of the town. It would be well i'oi'the
commissioners to give the matter due cop.- j
siderafioii befoie choosing such an im-ol'-thc-wav
place" as the old site, and it is
to be hoped tiiat their good judgment will
prevail; and even if they are compelled
to pay two or three thousand dollars for a
building spot in a suitable and convenient
part of tho town, they will be sustained
by n majority of the ta payers.
If we are correi tly informed tho legal
fraternity are also unanimous in con
demning the erection of a court house on
the blu if.
Remember Mr. Commissioners, how the
old court house and its projectors were
damned by all who had occasion to visit
it often, and don't place yourselves in the
same position. Obi Tim Kit.
Regular meeting of the City Council was
held lasL Monday evening. Present
Ij. T. Rarin, mayor ; Win. Whilleek, re
corder; C'ouneilmen, Wade, Pantut, De
ment and Logtts.
Petition of J. S. McDonald for Honor
1 kcuse vase-ranted.
Report of com. on tire and water was
j adopted, and com. authorized ta purchase
. um irom i-piseopu Church
The tollowinj- f ills were ordered paid
T. Charman. sj gr, ; Wm. Whitloek, spj;
T. J. I'.roderick, 4I.
Ordinance atmropri.itlng for the
purpose ot building a sidewalk to tho
C na''a",a",i:',liV,'",sl' '!'1'V'- ,
Jiesolvei, TlTiit the Citv Treaircr !h;
and he is hereby directed to publish in
nn-i"ii'iniiii; rcsoiuiioii was aoop.eii
pniSE that he will pay city orders on die
general tundto No. , and that interest
on such orders cease from the date of such
The immberabove left blank to le filled
by the Treasurer sifter examination of tlie
order book ; it being the intention of his
resolution tlv't all such moneys in the
hands of the Treasurer, less $101), Le paid
Yesterdav afternoon while a liii
of C. P. Church was nl wing with nit
Be set. tiro to tlie wa II laper. I ne tire
-. . , , . . ,
' tlepartmeni was caneu om, mn me names
i we're extinguished without turning on
Died, at her father's residence in Oregon
f'ity. of pleura pneumonia, Alice Foster,
aged l'i years.
She died as she lived, a con.s.stant Chris-
t::in, and we see her sweet face no more.
Hut nothing that We can say would be as !
consoling -as this touching and beautiful
tribute written by heratti
)r. yaireii N. Davis: "ile doeth all
things well, lloweutufoithw this thought
"ticii the -m-at vaves of sorrovv are rnil-
ig over the soul. When we would hold
in our embrace those whom we love, He
in Lrre iter love takes them to hiiusc h". A
i,lossomel tlower that w.ts s.!iethiing t'uth
the sweet 1'iMgraii
of love and gladlit
in an earthly home. has hcen transplanted
in tin? Garden of s iod, there to bloom m
immortal beauty. So..- heard tin: Savior
calling, and, attended by aimel ;m: i:ds,
she went home. Iter feet have passed
through the shadow of death and now
ta:.;i - on i lie sea of crystal v. hi eh st retches
in seamless purity
ore the throne
illness witnessed many hours of severe
pain, patiently borne in Christ's strength.
J'.creaved ones, 'md consolation in the je.y
ousncxs and uplifting power in her of her
tiust in her iiedeemcr. Her .ie.itii has
cast a shallow over some lives and well
nigh broken some heart-, but the l.-iight-lussof
hope bieaks like sunshine ever
her early grave. -.She shines in the light
of God.' " M.vi'iiK i-'osr;.!:.
Ieath of Can:. . Collins.
The following letter lias been received
by Mayor V. irin freuu J. G. 11. Pecker, of
Magdalen Pay, Texas, dated Sept. Mth.
177. Mr. Pa rin says he is not acquainted
with the deceased, and lias requested it s
I iieiiuiiii, as
he may liave friends
this vicinity :
To 'i in-: Mayo or Our.imN City Dear
Sir: i am sorry t announce to you the
de;Uh of 'apt . J . Cmlins. Jie'di "it in the
li'.Mli of August, and two days before his
death requested me to do him tho l.ivor
! of writing to you in case ho died. He e
I eeived every attention, and was deeemlv
i ititerrcvl. He did not give me mtv chai -g ',
but simjily to inform you of his death.
Shi.uhl yon have any (meslions to ask, 1
will at all times be ready to resoond.
F.Mf.nsoN MtxsTitKis.- The
ed Eiiierx.".n Minstrel-i will
l't-pe s Hall next Stitnrday evening. Tijis
troupe has appeared in various parts of
the State, and have always b.-eti greeted
wi.h large: audiutiees. They are iirsf-c!as
iti their lin and need no recommendation
from our hand. Wo clip the following
noliee from the Oregonian d' tln ir first
;:pa arc.neo t Poill -.n l: 'The opening
night iti this citv o" the i. nowped lePvi-
seiti Minstrels proved, as was an
a p erfVct ova" ion. every seat in
a pa :
c ire i
beio ; til'e-d,
prog iv. mine
many conicntjiig t
ing roo,;i ;. lie- ai-
was vane noi a i
;ni'! i.ie lu.'ii. v;; i-. a 'i
humor ;Vom tho oj-ening to U.e'elo
introductory overture.f.'P.owe'i l.v
mid burles-jne .-op :s. was very ie:e
rendered, introducing a mi;.; .;-r
u.e:s" iui'Mspeiced with oile rs
Oi leC ,i I;l Vl'Mte Wi! h t
'Scenes in the Ar-na
yoked much merrim.
(: a; -."airei 1 to mue
tbau'the't' ;:d it: t!:i
siip-e, pra'-iieo h l'iii.
' i oe'.-. well iimi pro
tit. Cogill and Coop
l in tier a . " a i 1 e. e
; i -e'y sever,-.l yce.r-i
r lli.el:.' thei.l l.lllell
more p T'cet. i in
noro p r'eet. i nev were, o; course, re-eat-d:-
oMe-ired. ' The Wrong I'd in"
took itiiiitoi'.st'ly tind cieateil a ie:r!y
1 uigii or, the i .- it of the am!!; ::..v. U'ttsh
No: ton's lhrht nii-.g i-hangi . was one of t h.i
main fiatuies; of the f-ve;:i;-.g, and !'.;: 1
l.re'.tii'.t liow'o l i ic ! e e -. PC : i-.-.e.'. i ng v.i.li
aopt-;.,.; .-ostititc.'.ei-.-i.iiaing mi a tell
dress Shit t- Ihtit- of t heap til l.iiiit a.V ojT'i
cer. ;p.i "!d ge:ul--::c-,ii, tin Irish washer
woman, mi oh! maid and a
period. Weaa-i.t !::', v ii . : i le-s ti
a si de i.-py of I: i s s !.p-p I i ;,; ele t
girl of t!
. e or la vi;
: i !T , a;id ! i
g :!',, si. t:i v.-'.ei -' being bo-.v lie eh.anved
hi; shoe-; a eel .-;t . p.-.cs. l-me-;--. n's ' pd
t 'lojhes i.--ai-r" was - hopi y i -i : o-,e.-i;e!
Jehu liar: m.i -de. -i i in i.-i hie i i i " M i st ,d -rii
identity"' which sketch closed the. cv
eni tig's i til i t unmeet."
..Mr. .1. I. Elanehard and
unvd i.tst Saturd sy v. the
ieo. V. i:h:--
I 'raoeis -o. M r.
savs there is no place like re
in d will h u e none of the dried up
golden Stab- in Ids s hare. V'h-t; he a r
l ia d at ! ho mo'.i! h of the Columbia . are!
the beautiful green hi'tis and forests -t.v!-i
d his sigiiigitid l is thougbis drifted back
to tie' dried un regions which h li e! It-it
a few days before, H seemed as if the very
gates of Paradise wen 5 opining before
him. lie i'.-in i ts n very rots ii u ip com
ing P.p. an 1 lie bad some dollHS about the
;-,. oi'-es of maki-cr p ut. Cipt. Cimiior
said it was tiie rouvrhesi trip he litid inad-t
far tin: I . si I S years.
I.Kt ri;p. E:--i'. The following is a. list 1
remaining in the pes.. drier- at
y, Clackamas county, Oregon,
r-urollch f. S.
I ildey, liird.
Hess." M iss A. A.
Hendee, ). S.
1 tend, e, )Uo S.
Hecrap, Marv Ik
Noicit, a . a.
I' -rty, U. M.-2.
It VP.er, Hoc.
RoPert s. Mtirv J.
Stout, .Mrs. A. .T.
Kinnev. frs. A. C
ineaid, Miss J,.
e say when advertised
J. M. F.ACOX, I'. M.
P. i,km: -Ooi-p.r.
-Recorder V hillock and
right bower, tlie City Attorne
or the evil ih
Frank P.ernar 1, for assaulting P.illy
.-. inner, was fined and not being able
to put up, will languish in the Hotel do
Clements for ten days. Thos. Kirhv, a
hmgshorema 11 of Portland, v.-as tin Tues
day for stealing : lot. of cigars, which was
the cause of hisVemg fined and cos(s.
He was an impecunious cuss, and will re
side in tlie City Palace for la days, when
he will probably lnnke tracks for foreign
Diko. The sad intelligence has been
received of tho death Mr. Adam Weathcr
ston.of this city.at Walla Walla last week".
Mr. Weatherston has been unwell for
some tittle past, and about a month ago
he sf nt tor his family to join him at Walla
en engaged with
ing a 'mill. The
Milne in erec
deceased was an honored and resoecb-d
citizen, and his death i a severe loss to
the community. He was buried at Walla
Walla last Thursday.
Tut- Sipkw.m.k a SrcPKss.The City
Council lias appropriated ir-t:.) toward the
construction of a sidewalk to thoeemotery,
which, with the nmopnt subs.-rilied by
citizen, will be sufficient to complete the
work in a substantial manner. Tim lum
ber, nails, etc.. will cost about ? loo. whi -h
amount is covered by ihe appropriation
and sub-cripiion, and it is pro'oos el to l.iy
the walk with road work, which has been
reserved tor that purpose.
SKVKnn Loss. Mr. YV. 1. Nernion, liv
ing on Ilock creek, in this county, had his
I wheat stack destroyed and his thresher
I considerably used no by tire a few days
considerably used up by
I ago. He undertook to clean up tlie. straw
i around his wheat sta'k. af'er a sat.dit
i hi-pr. with fire, thinking it would be a
I iroo.l time.
The r suit was a loss of about
S2 worth ot wnear, ami me laresner.
which was near the stack, was damaged
to the tune of $"x more.
ir.vm Clttino 23 Cents.-Mr. Hcnry
Franz, the popular and skillful manipu
lator of the razor for over fifteen years j
nnt-. in our citv. informs us that he intends J
i to keen in wit h tlm times, and will here- I
after cut hair for 23 rents. Frank is one of!
; the best tonsorial artists in the State, and i
: Bo nlwavs iloes ffoon worK. .mv one .
. .i. .:. :..
; wishing a clean jirivi r i: en u in rm i
g.md style will do well to give hmi a call.
I 'Onii nifiniQl. I
j "Yoii'me right.'
Gone to IkiLat 1-kst.--The funeral
services of Mrs. O. E. J. Tucker were held
at the residence of the deceased's father,
Mr. V.. J. Caldwell, and was numerously
attended. The funeral sermon was de
livered bv the lt 'V. D. P.. Gray. The
sorrowing" husband and grief-stricken fa
ther have the heartfelt sympathy of their
mam- friends in this their hour of trial
and "need. This is the second, and last,
child Mr. Caldwell has buried in the past
few months, and it would almost seem
as if Le had more than his share of
lielicf WUiiout u Dotor.
Tliongh we woalJ hy no means bo under
sriod as lepr"cating, but rattier as recom- j
isieniUiig prof.-sisiomil aid in disease, tlu-ro I
iire multitudes of instances w hen it is neither
neo-'ssary or eay to obtain. A family pro
vie il i i i i a coniiTi iiaiisive household spe
cif.o like liostf-tt'T's stomach Hitters, is pos
s. ss"d of a medicinal resource adeipiMe to
most enierc- neies in whicii medical advicu
woaM l"' .t uervvise ie eimu. t nsit sterling
t o! i ie a THl corr. ci i ' oi :o u; ii e.uvuifs, ;oiu
is cut liori! al lveiy rccoiaiiicded for delii iiy.
indigestion, llvr disorder, an irregular habit
of body, urinary and uterine troubles, incipi
ent rheumatism and gout, and many t tier
ailments ot ireqt ent occurrenc'. Jt cr.idi
cat'-s and prevents intermittent and r-init.-te;.t
fevers, relieves mental despondency.
checks pr matare uecav, ami mvigorai.es tun
nervous ami iniiseuiar i issues, si'-eii, u:re.
t io-i joi.l a ppet if are j.romotcd Ij.v it, ami it is
extremely useml in o ercon; ing the elfccts Of
cxhau.C.ioii and cxiiosure.
I'rtigrar.t .SOZOlX'XT ir; a. composition of
the jmr.'.st and chcicist ingreilieiit s of tho
oriental vegetable Kingdom. Every ingre
dient is well known to Imv" a beneficial effect
on the teeth mid gains. Us embalming or
antiseptic, property mid aromatic fragrance
makes it a toilet- luxury. si),t)ii(iS'i re
moves ail ibs:ere.M.!e odors trom U;e hrcal li
'aas--e. by c.i'airrli, bad teeth, iVo. It isen
; ;r l.v i ree fro.-.i i in-injurious find acrid prop
erties of toot h pastes an l powders wliieh de
stroy th enamel. One bottle hist six months.
ctotisewl V4-S, .mi-itiioii.
For 75 cents I wi-l send you a. receipt for
matting a stitr rior art ;! of honey, at ;i cost
of Scents p-T pound u fiexc.-Ued for (a hie use.
Also for 7" cents a receipt for milking si better
qua '.it y of soap, at ;i cost of one and a haf
cents per pound tor soft., and three cents per
oiitiM for hard. K.tieT the soap or lioney
e.m !i" mate witlun tieeen n-.intites-by a cldll.
Tlie saving made by a household in oneyear's
t itti is inealcuia'.iie. Pot h r-'C-ipl s for $1 and
and a tiifeec -nt postage st amp. "Address J.K.
lt.bia.vu, 77, .Mark--: st., :a:i i-'ranelsco, Cal.
I'lo-.ii llin. W. n. Jiiiirs, of West Dover,
"1 tiave l)-en troubled from my boyhood
wii.h chronic or her .ahiary ltrng coiuplaiiit.
Some yen rs si ace, early in t ho u niter, I took
c aid, wh'e:; as usual s-. -tiled into a severe
con -rii, -e.icn con: imi. 'il to increas" as the
s -as'iii advanced, a It hough I made use of alt
t he cough reined!.-.-; t had knowledg of. My
famiiy physician also prescribed lor nc, but
! e.;.e;-i -neeii no r. -ief. Ilurhigali tills lime
I was irra'iu-i !ly rmmin.-; ilo,vn, losing II- .m
and s' i eieg ii, mil i my fri-aids r s we'd as my- I
,-.eft a-ae very untcii a! arne-d, t idnicing I j
siioa il wash away m ( ousu mpi ion. While j
in i;osOm, during l in' spring tohovrimr, I was I
indue -0 to try Wistak's i'.ai.sam n' "im
( i ! :t: : v. -Mi er one nay 's t ri a I 1 was si-nsiole
t ii.it it v. as reocymg in -: i.i ! -n v'.a.vs t ime my
cough bad entirt iy e. a -.), and 1 was soon r.-sto.-c-.I
to h--a'.th and stp.-ng; Si. I have ever
s nee liej.r tie- l'-.i.s?-r in my :io-;s-. end
w'u -ni-v r :m y m--ud r of my ianiil..- lias a
cettgii or -old. it Is in: ne-d i.c ely r--sorted to.
No l.iiitily should be without it." fc'-olu by till
.a c a r.
ill SIR Oi I.eWS
s s iinet idle
: i-1 . p!a i ' t h
t. i i isi-our.ig
Igh the col-
e.'.n -r.s and n.
: u r ou r I o
your i r;i .re. i st to
js;a ami l.iver
it ni lii.o.v not fillip a I lout , you
u Fji-nidie: moicy with but
Now to gtv vou satitactory
oi-oi,f that i iil.KA's AP:.i'.-,r l-'lfi'n'iiit will
on of !i..sp ;.
lit if, l lf -e:s
,iaend i.iver Comjaaint
i -if .-such ;.s s,i,r stoii.ach.
!e-, 1 1 .' it i: a 1 i "os: i vtcss a 1 1
; : t ion oi t he 1 1 : rt . ! I : rl rn, Wat r-bra.--!i,
faihe-.s :d tie- pp of th' Srotmic!;, Velio-.
s;::ti. i -lat -d 'l'-ai-'U', Coming u- of loo.l
a :t a- eat ing. lo-v spirits. tv-., we as-.t you to go
I to art 1 1 i ra! a I a nd :- ! a :-anpe- bot 1 I '
l a ; I s r i- i.ow tor l'i et.ts a tut
for 1-i cents, t so oose.s
V I : i
a! eiaali .0! 1
! ; a !-.:-.-. 11 tor
t -d st at s, a
r: : l'!(S
in I i
I ac I,-: s! I'hop
et the Vienn
in ! h" v.-o.-id.
aitg an r. Si rei t. s-
:ii' "la c!ii ie Was Worn Ou:.
Not b-'c iur-e it. -,;is not well h;:iit, j
is j-oii ,-iy run. 'l'hoipa ads of men :
-' run liowti loaii- before tie.-'.r thr--.
.v i 1 '.
s-f. .r a let t 11 --a rs a r - a ;-co-i il i ste u, t,iight. t
h-ie !.- .ai l-i-e.ew 'il info spright iine.-;s ami i
von if tie y h ad tr d th weil kiovn PKKC- ;
V1.X Sim: CP, winch citUaias among its com- !
pounds ;!e I'rit oxide of Iron, so com bun 'il i
te.at i! a ss, ni 1 iai es u it h Use tdood :md inviu
or.ifes tie- whu'e- system. This syrup has
pr. i e.'ii icieoii.s in t hou .'. rids of eases, and
v.-id do everybody good v. ho u 3. '3 it. -Ml
limggiits keep i.
V OA 1 1 IX
;r suii Tin.: ironi t he orn rs ana
a r ; ?
iioii o; youth. ti'Tvutis w "a iiiiess,
a v, los (Ci in. 1 nhood, vc., I v. ilisend !
' that, will cur-' you, I-'UK.'-: O!-' i
ilk Tl'is er -at r'tm-ilv was discovered
bv a missionary in South America. Send a
- i: -eidr s - d envelop- to t h !iKV. T.JosKi'if
I.v.-ia.v, ,V'.;.'!',i J). J'.ihh; lions'; A'cic JvV,
.'illi lit t
T.'-gal t mda-s 01 buying. f. selling.
l-'iour Kxfra. iii 7-" ; superfine, to o".
Wh-v.t S-i i 1 V c.-ntab
Oats aie.'a.75c. iaishej.
I-ariey SI al ;iC' !ltilb
bacon Sides 12c. ; hams, VIQlo: shoulders,
I.-ird In kegs, lite. : in bill, this, 1 lc.
l.utP-r Kie.ii roll, 'Z '!.:)) e,
fruits iiried app! -s in sacks, (ic. ; keg':,
7; plums, phicss, 1 )ejigc. ; iieacacs, He;
1 .g's- t; 1".
P-ip-k'-ns- Full grown. s:5 a'b?,?l 01 t"l do7en.
1 lid 's Irv, lac.-, sailed. Go.; culls, M otr.Ji
Tallow tie. 1 l.
Wo al gj:.v-lc.
Feed bran. sisfJO ton ; shorts, STTSSIO;
oil cake. $!ii nil.
Hay Ba!"d, SlittlZ 5 ton ; loose, ?10,-i.C1J.
I'otiitoes l.Vifcoi'e. V t'USiiel.
(edons lP.-il V, lb.
Mutton Sltepp r.'s,?-' 50.
i-ftroii C'ifj- larlie.
Wheat 51 10 Ousnei.
Oats aP'.i, Vc. bushel.
I'otato 's ')!. -.1 tmsiiel.
O'lions si 5 1 Iiushet.
!'!fiiir-sl 75 ? sack or ?7 00 v bbb
Dried I-'ruirs Apples, tie. V If'. : plums. He.
I'.e.it -r -" .i! e. V lt.
Kggs-.';ik. V dozen.
Ouick'ms ' iro.vn, st 00 ? dozen.
Bacon sides, l.'c. ".1 IL. ; hams 11c.
bard 1J -I !c -. 1!.
1 ! a v 1 1 -.' V t on.
Wool giillc. . lb.
CIi.Vtiv.VM.VS COVXTY OIHICt. TOIi V.
TPP.MS OK COPKT.
Cirruit Court Fourth Monday in April and
th" Fourih Monday in Sr-ptenilKT.
L'nur.tn .'itii-t First Mondays in January,
April. July and Si.ptonibr.
Count it Stiit Ori'L'nn City.
Cuii.itii t ultrrr 'm nt v Jndire, X. AV. Ran
dall: Countv Clerk, W. II. II. Fonts; Sheriff,
.1. 'i'. Apperson : Treasurer, .1. P, Ward : School
Sttnerintend -nt, .1. . S diwood : Assessor, M.
l;jiinoy : Coroner. . Kin -rut : surveyor, S. I..
I ampli. il -. Commissioners, Jacob Bauer and
'. 11. Roork.
i.ivk nrsiNrss axd proffssioxa mfv.
.'oc.'cr? Johnson & McCoan, b. T. Rtirin,
and K. 1 Knsili.-im.
Jttictiir.t W. X. Davis, Paul Royce, ncd C.
Iviii-rh! , ' "a n bv.
l''ittit J. Welch.
Jtnrt.iivtx Ward it Harding.
Mi rrli'int.i Thos. Charman, dry goods and
jrroceri.-s; Ackerinan Bros., u"ry roods nd
uroc ri'-s : I. Sellintr, dry ir,Ms jmj irr'iceries ;
A. I-vy, dry goo-is and lirocerics ; Fellows Sc
Harding, cr ri -s: T. A. Bacon, groceries.
.Wr S'l'o'ni Chris. Zauncr, at the depot.
Sfuf mnh' -f J. II. Sliepanl.
Jn;-I,TW. H. Ili-hli-lil.
H' iK runt Xtntioiif rif J. M. Bacon, post office.
I'louriii'i Mill Miller and Church.
llrt u rr,, Ilimili d .t Madder.
Ci'jur 1'm tor.i lii-n. Fuchs.
Aii-n a- S'lildlrs John Schram.
fin if Mi'li S. A. I'roughton, city ; J. II.
Jotp-s, Cedar Creek.
J.i'-rriy Sl'l'jleK. R. Clements.
ATTORNEY AXD CGl'XSElflR AT LAW,
Office Second floor
buildinp, on First street.
COURTESY CF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
GEORGE A. HARDING.
WAED & HARDING,
? MID AFOTHEGARIES,
ITT" EEP COXSTAXTIA OX HAND A GEX
.SkVeral assortment of
TDiuiLTrt and Cliomicalr?,
( limits and ili-cislies, ,
S!oul:!or Urates i-aiu'j- nil
Kt'i-o:.;-iie Oil, l.u io o CikillliK ) ,
CJiass. I'nJSy, X'isiitts, Oils.
Viiriijulios n:l IJye StufTs,
PURE WINES AND Liai'GRS FOR 3IELICINAL
PATENT 3IEDIC2NES, ETC., ETC
Physicians' Trescrii ions carefully com
pounded, and all orders correctly answered.
r- Iperi at all hours of the- night.
lt"Ail accounts must le paiil ic.onttily.
novl.lSTOtf WAHOct iiAltDIXG.
II. JONES HAS GOT HIS SAW )t!l,h
in running order on Cedar ( 'reek, 1J
inii-'s from Orcgoi City, and is prepared, to
Of any kind, undressed, to all who may favor
him wit ii a call,
Aditr -ss, ,1. it. Jones, Vtinso's Toint, Clacka
mas t 'ount v, )regoti
April I "., is77-iim
J O H M S C S-2 R A m ,
?5t;iiii Hi., Orosron Ci.v.
.IIANLFACTI R Ell AND Hi POUTER OF
,"'-'?7' S:iilitles. Startle, -,
' .Suii-iiery-Ibji-tl- g.J'!?.-''
iai if, i-ii' e l . f,--:-A
STlIiClI HE OKFEllS AS CHEAP Asj
V V can be had in the State, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
li-""l warrant mv good.s as represented.
J HIN tsl'iliiA.;!,
o-iddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, Xov. 1, ls;0-tf.
o n k a o y cit y, o n b a o a
li ' o p i i e 1 o v.
Tr!iiti'iU Boanl, tjl to 5g pci 1J...
N i . s ;j i e 1 ( ; " s 1 1-11 i -i.
.;:;a;d y.i'i- Week OO
i;o.il . isitil iedgtije-, - ui'l ii "Hi liO
The Ta'de will be supplied with the best the
i'.all Suppers furnished on short notice, ami
at. reasonable terms.
Nov. la. Is7 :l f
Lj-awCiia 1 Jul)
Tori.lt I.VFOKM THE CITIZENS OK
oreirmi City raid vicinity that he is prc-
par -d to lurtiisii
icriptioTi, at low rates.
U A L v
Hrj Id nm i 11 g, Cciibrig, li:is5-,
S;i!-.i-v, (for sh('lvimr) , ' t ice,
I'i-.-K-.r! s, uii'5 I-''ijt-c-lsli, Cedar,
Coitx'iinthi vii. Land.
SI reef and Sidewalk lutn her furnished on
th 1 shortest notice, tit as low rates as it can he
purchase,' jn the Spite.
l. iive mi' a 1 i at t h"
' !CJd ; A" T V SA ir Mil. r.s.
Oregon City, June pit lS7":if
';i)U Mm Viiilfr," tei'rJy cf Cr.-?o!i lily
t it w : i v W ci l."
5- jr j
"Johhhig of all kinds promptly attended
TO mm IT iAY OGHGERN
TM'-iNU DMSlROVS :P ADOPTIXO .
i new rule of business, I would request those
imb'fted to me to come and
Pay Up Immediately,
i And save inconvenience and expense, as
I have determined to collect what is due rue.
1 1 li.-ivr r. iliiivi! tlv prices on Goods greatl
and can assure all that I can give
Bargains to Gash 3 uycr-
Coino and see for vou: own satlsfactloc.
LIVERY, FEED, AfiD SALE
rruirc itx nEiisiuxri) PKOPinrrroit ot
L theliyery Stable on Fifth street, Oregon
City. Oregon, keeps constantly on hand
UiiTglcs, Caii-ia 'es
mi'J Hacks. PUitldie
mill I5u;rjrj- IJovsps.
n, O. CLEMEi"aTS,
Oregfin City, Xov. 5, 1873. Proprietor.
G R S . Z A U H E R ,
Opposite the Railroad Depot,
77" EKPSTIIfi nKST BEKfl AM) CIO MIS
in tho City. Oive him a call. Jy-Vtf.
tT k ai tut
, . , r. . .
! FIRST CLASS GEOCLMLS & PROMSIOXS,
IRODrC K TAKEN I-ROM FARMERS IN
exchane lor Groceries.
SELECT fcTEAS, COFFEF Af;D SPICES.
A splendid assort nu nt of
I Frcs'i Crackers and Cheese.
k DOMESTIC Fi.l lTS.
' .Aim a mil wirivi) 01 jio-)JS usually KPpt in a
I first-c!ass Orocery sttire.
I We invite thr. citizens of Orepon Citv, Cnne
j mail and vicinity to pive us a call, and'if Ed.
I don't pive '.on as many and as pood a. qua'ity
j of foods for y-nir money as you can obtain
elsewhere, he will leave town.
! ttWe deliver Ooods to all parts of the Citv
and Canemah tree of cfi.irpe.
Orepon City, March 1. lS77-tf.
N. N. N.
HEW STOSE AND
Af HEW ERA.
f 1 Irv 1 : Ct tc f nii i i r. f T. .i s.-1,
j Wooden Ware, Drupsand MeUcines,ch.ap for
j cash or produce. J. CASTO.
111 H Ml
&f' wm-c-ct. -tsiS im -mi
AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING- MACHINE.
Its competitors receiving cn!y an award for some special feature of their machines.
le feifa-reiisiM lite Mte.Mi MacMi
"Has Unlimited Capacity to do all kinds of Family Ecwing and Manuficturlng,
ITS PATENT AUTOMATIC "CUT 0IT?' en the Itaiia wheel prorccts the ma
cliiuc from riinniiis' JjackTrartT:-, a:il bvia!es tlie nocpssity of talihig-the work
from tke innc-hinc io vhnl tI:ro:itl oil the Jo!i!h:s, Thich must ho done Y.'ilh all
cibcr Sewing Machines, to the frroat annoyance of the operator, especially iu
tuckin?, licmming v.n-l runiintr. It docs eac-third utore work in a givta leugtli
cf time than any ether Seuinr? inaehir.c.
WITH EVERY MOTION of the FOOT the JIACnirfE MAKES SIX STITCHES.
fej Wihn tv&m fill ii n much work a m day a fsn? ctb? Maa
It requires no special instructiaus to use it ; an Illustrated Direction Book is
furnished with each machine.
IT CANNOT GET OUT OF CRDf-R, AT.'D THE ADJUSTMENTS ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT.
A properly executed Ccrlilicate h ftii'in'shed with each machine, guaranteeing
to keep it in repair, free of charge, for live years. Machines sold on easy
terms of payment, an J delivered, free cf charge, at any Railroad Depot in the
United States where we have no Agents.
Scud for Illustrated. Catalogs. Agsnts Wanted.
For full particulars address
"WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
327 Broadway, NEW YOLS; l.ETT LA.; CHICAGO, ILL.j or SAE FEA5TCISC0, CAL.
til ii. i. k' Hiji3. S $J kit
-t'K IIAVK THi: FOLLOWING HEAL
Kstiiti" lor sal--.
No. I. IJ.'siriiljl-1 liuiMin? block in Oregon City.
No. "J. l A.-rt-s, (i,l lions-, and burn full
of liay; X sior;-s in eiiliivatkm, orcliard,
piMiil v:iU-r: l" i:i il-s lroiu Orciion l.'ity.
l'rici- .',(),), halt Io-n.
No. ID" a.-n-s of S. S. White's tlon:ition
i-laiin, 2,'i !i)il-s from Orofu l.'ity ; -jH).
No. I. :(Jts :icr--s, 2 mii'.'S from G-;ih:i!irs li-rry
on t!ii- 'i!l.Uii'lt; rivrr, l;icr;-s i:i cultiva
t ion, l'i af.-ri-s in an orc-hanl ol choici- vurir
ties of Iruit, acres in wln-at, l.; acres
uinli-r f.-nc-'-, !X- oii lions -, barn and rim-w;it'-r,
12 miles from orcon City,
l'rii '- $i,2')0, part down balance u tini'.
No. :m iicn-s: 7 improvi d, a lart-, n".'',
well llnishcd trains dwollisi-r, plum and
apple orchard, living water, IS acies of
fall wheat. 0 miles from Oregon City, on
Molalla ro.-ul, church and school lions"
adjiinin ; can b" had lor $1,2j'J, oi;e-t bird
clovvn, ba lance on time.
No. t. 201 acres IU miles cast of Oregon City,
1 'v miles from iola -;rist and saw mill
and postoliic ; :V acres in cultivation, lKi
jit-res und.'r l.'iic-, icood irame lions" l;i.:l
"!' Itx22, -J acres in Iruit trees
No. 7. IO acres nt Mdwaukio;
dam. I "rice. $ i .WO.
. Price f l,rit,
part he-, kt
No. 6. :-"t) acres ( n miles oast of Orffioti ' ;'. y,
7 miieslrom Marshtield st.jt ion ; 75 a. r s:n
cuit ival ion, " Hi acres of level bottom 'il.
;fo-l box house a ml frame barn, -rood ru::
niiifr water tor stock, jiooU stock r.-;n-h, 'iW
l-carin.u fruit trees, i'rice t- 1,2'K. ill sell
stock and crops to jmrcliaser if he U. f-ires.
No. !'. ltli) acres li m lies east of I irejron City ;
; acres in cultivation, 5 acres in orchard,
pond I.ousf and barn, remaining iuml
easily clear, d. Trice J2,r!0, ha 1 down.
No. IU. I.r;i acres, Tnro or less, 11 miles
from Orejron City, P!'.-. miles to Portland,
2 acres in cu II ivat ion, i;0 more easily
cli areil, all under fence, pood iiousr1, pood
la nil and plenty of water, .schoo' house and
church 1 mile away, !) month hool in
year. Terms easy, f 1, 2).
No." II. 1"I or 1" acres oif ofthf: north of the
J-'ra m's claim, 4 miles from Orepon City,
open brush land, all easily cleared, livinp
water, pood mill power, at $10 jut hit;.' ,
No., 12. Jacob Johnson's homestead, near
cn-pon v. .iy : acres.
No. l'i. 'I he former residence of
V. W. Buck
and six lots: ?2,")tw.
No. U. Harvey May's block, ai! i:i
villi house and larn -, jS-.H.
Xo. 1.1. J.P.Allison's farm, 22t
s, 7-5 in
cultivation, :i in orchard, pood farm house,
barn and out buildinps; ."flltw, half down.
No. lt. Hi1! acres, Hat meadow land, ! miles
from Or--poii City, si) acres in cultivation,
pood house and barn, orchard, runuiup
water, price J.jiKW.
No. 17. 171 acres, K miles S of Orepon City, 40
acres in cultivation, 4 acres orchard, 10
tons old hay, lop house, 2 barns, pood wa
ter, team, wapon anil harness, cow and
calf, all farming implements, house-hold
furniture: price sltioo, 1 .'(Hi down.
No. 18. 2ou acres, all under lei-.ce, 12 miles
miles from Orepon City, W in cultivation,
S in orchard, pood house and barn ; price
No. HI. Orin Cuttinp farm, 3iX) acres, 120 in
cultivation, jo more ready to plow, pood
house and barn, 10 acres in orchard ; price
S(50.'K. A'so Hi.) acres, 2" in cultivation, no
house or barniO acres easily cleared ; $1000.
Other desirable barpains in Clackamas, tho
best, county in the tState.
Any one having money to lend can have our
services, tree of charpe. In mnnaping the
same and selecting securities.
Persons wantinp to borrow money can get
favorable terms by callinpon us.
.lOHXSOX .Si JIit DWX, ami
JOHNSON, HcfOAVN & JIAOim.
Ollices in Orepon City and Portland.
Nov. 12. 175 :tf
( f X "II -reat chance to make money.
IT V F SJ 1 '.If you can't pet pold you can
pet preen backs. We need a person in everv
town to take subscriptions for the larpest,
cheapest and best Illustrated family publica
tion in the world. Any one can become a suc
cessful apent. The most elepant works of art.
piven free to subscribes. The price Is s low
t hat almost everybody subscrilx-s. One api-nt
reports ma kinp over SIM in a week. ladv
apent, r--ports takinp over 4'i! subscribers in
en days. All who eiiirap '" make money last.
You can devote all your time to the business,
or only your spare time. Von need not b"
away trom home over nipht. You can do it
a; well as hers. Full particulars, directions
nnd terms free. Elegant and expensive Hit
fit free. If you vn n t prrn'it a b'e u ork send us
our address sit once. It costs not hinp to try
the business. No one who eti-r.-ipes fails to
preat pay. Address "Tin- People's Journal,"
The following named pent lemen will receive
subscriptions and advertisements for the
r NTKRPKISK :
J. R. ioldsmlt h
W. E. Dement
Dr. J. Casio
int. Z. '. Norton
!,-.rw.D 1.'. ....,- I line Wilson
Mo tal la Maxwell Itamsby.Jr
Pleasant Hill J. E, Mel onnell
Oswepo ;. V. Pros r
Damascus J-Chit wood
Eaplc Crek 'k,'
FATttfiNiZE HOME INDUSTRY!
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc,
BARLOW'S OLD STAND.
XII WE NOW ItKADY FOR SAEE A FINE
lot of Havana and Seed Cipars, of my own
manufacture, bv the wholesale or retail, at
prices to suit th times. I will puarantee a
first class article, as pood as enn be found in
the citv, "manufactured by white labor.
Cilve me a call and judpe for yourself.
Oregon City, May 17, 1377-tf. .
CEMTEHHIAL EXPOSITION 1676.
ent, Gregcn City.
K ft tr m - i
nsiUES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OK
Or.-iron Citv and of the Willamette Val
ley, that, ne is still on hand and doing 1 usi
liess on the old motto, that
.1 SVimble Six J'cnct is liciter than a Slow SJiiUiny
I have just returned from San Francisco,
where I purchased one of the
USSLST AliO ELST StLtCTED
STOCK OF GOODS
ever before offered in this city; and consist in
piirt , as follows :
Fools and Shoes,
Clothing:, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description,
Oils, Taints and
Sash and Doors,"
Jewelry of Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladies and
Patent Medicines, Goods, Fancy No
1 Cope, Farm i up tions of Every
Implements of Description
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, .etc.
Of the above list, I can say my stock is the
ever ottered in this market, nnd was seletrd
wit 1: especial care for the Orepon City trade.AU
of which I now offer lor sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for tiie ladies, or any one else, to
think of poinp to Portland to buy poods for I
am lirterminctl to Sell Cheap and not to allow
myself to bu
n'DERSOLD l. TIIE STATE CF OREGOX.
All I ask is a fair chance and quick' pay
ments, believinp as 1 do that
Tvrcntj- Years Experience
in Orepon City enat.ies me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
and see lor yourselves that the old stand of
cannot lie beaten in quality or price. It would
y useless for me to tell you alltheadvantapes
I can otter you in the sale ot poods, as every
store that advertises dof that, and probably
you have been disappointed. All I wish to
Couip, and St ?, am! Examine for Yourselves,
for Ido not wish to make any mistakes. My
object is to tell all my old Jriends now that I
am still alive, and desirous to sell poods cheap,
for cash, or upon such terms as apreed upon.
Tbankiiip all for the liberal patronape hereto
Main Street, Orepon City.
Eepal 'fenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. THOS. CIIAUMAN, ,
tt"t,ioti lbs wool wanted by
nov. 1. "75-tf THOS. CHARMAN.
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