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OtESTclTV. TniRSDAl. DEC. II, 177.
React our new advertisements.
Tho Supremo Court convened at Salem
An exchange say 3 ITigby will practice
law at Portend.
Mrs. W. E. Dement, of Astoria, is visit
ing relatives in this city.
Patronize those who advertise and yon
will Ret your money's worth.
Rev. P. S. Ivnierht. of Salem, returned
from tho East on the last steamer.
If vou do not wish to le rohbed of vonr
pod name do not havo it painted on your
Mrs. C. P. Church and children start to
day for the Dalles, where they will spend
Dr. Paul Tloyce. who
thiscitv for some time
at New Era.
has practiced in
past, has located
Salmon trout are running in larcre ntim
lers, and the fishermen are catching them
at a lively rate.
Examination of teachers by the count v
school superintendent on Saturday the
JDth, at the Seminary.
The Jacksonville Times says Hon. D" P.
Thompson is spoken of as Republican
candidate for Governor.
A subscription was raised last Tuesday
evening for Georere Washington's monu
ment. It was a pheasant affair.
flip case of Nelson Pccle in the IT. S.
Court, on a charge of selling liquor to
3 Indians, was dismissed last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilton propose to
jrive a concert and h;
the holidays. Full
all in this city durms
J. ft. lToilsre v To., a well known sta
tionerOfirm of San Eraneieo, have filed a
petition in bankruptcy. Iiali'ities,!?2."010or).
Sociable for the lenent of the M. E.
Church at the resideii'-e of W. II. Pope
thi-f evenimr. Everybo ly an 1 his girl
Mr. A. S. ('outs, pa-tor of tlie I'.aptist
Church nf Portland, vvl 1 1 preach at tho
lVuitist Church in this city next Sabbath,
morning and evening.
K'wnezr Tjacev, for assaulting Mrs.
bonthy.of Soringwater, had a hearing be
fore justice Atliev last Monday and paid
$." and costs for his fun.
Ii. P. MeCartv, publisher of the San
Krancisco.Statistieian, called last Monday,
lie lias canvassed the State for his work,
ami has met with good success.
Mr. V. O. McCown informs us tint his
father has rented a farm near Walla Walla
and will try that country for a while. He
uys fl.ooo'per annum rental for the farm,
We are informed that Don Ilayden, of
IVlk countv. and Waters, late' of the
Statesman, have sworn oil' on the "flowing
Ix.wl. anil will lake soda water in the'
The attention of the marshal is called to
the fact that boxes, wlu'i'l lmrrows, etc..
arc left on the sidewalk at night, and
pedestrians are aiHicted with sore shins
(Thc"cowdidl"ordi'nanee is still in force,
and the marshal informs us that several
cows with hells attached will he found in
the "pound" unless the owners attend to
the matter at once.
A little girl aired 7 years, daughter of
Mr. Winters of Powell's valley, was hor
ridly hurtled last week while standing
near a hurtling stump. She died from the
itft i-t of he injuries received.
Tho rain entue down in perfect torrents
Saturday niirht and Sunday, and creeks in
this vii-initv were higher than at any time
in the ;.:ist f'-n vears. The water rose seve
A in tli
river Sundaj- niglit.
rs. 1 1. i:.uin..J. welch, L. llanl-
ii'-', .Tes. r.epiet and Thos. Spooner re
v.ui!"A hist m ck from a deck hunt, and a
Inri'e mini Ixt nf our citizens were favored
witli ducks. They bagged several hundred.
Ve-srs. T. J. Spooner pnd.Jos. Taquet
were ue the river on a "wild gooe chase"
last week, ntiil returned on Thursday,
ha vinT bagged 11.? ducks and 11 geese.
Tliis is the largest haul we have heard of
. Musical entottainment at Pope's trail
Friday. Dec. 2ist. for the benefit of Mrs.
Anna L. Meek, teacher, of instrumental
huisie in this city. .Tones' panoramic views
will U displrived on this occasion. Post
ers giving full particulars to-morrow.
Mr. Clias. T,ogus is doing a lively busi
ness In the pork packing line. Iast year
lit purchased about POO hogs, and
lie expects to receive at least 1,5H0 this
v-ar. I,st Thursday he received '-1 hogs
fnitn Allinnv. the total weight of which
footed up 7,0ix pounds.
T!i" young man who went sparking last
S'iuid:i v evt ning wuld do well to invest
in a lantern. We a:e aware that it was
very dark, and of course it was a good
tiling to borrow the parlor lamp to light
Ids way over the mnddv roads, but the
old Mian will object if ho find his lamp
Mr. Iee. please send your sheet this
wav once in a while, and let a f How see
how you are getting along. Insert your
Minger under your mailing elerk's'eoat
tail, and have him forward the paper on
tiae. If !) wish to ston exchanging, do
It In Myle. don't send tfi paper once or
twlv win k and then two or three days
ld. Couie fiow, wake up and tend to
More aiiO F rarer .charged with roldiing
Job "arr last Fri.lav night, had their trial
on Saturday mid were etUitted. Carr
avs l.e has tieen drunk for fifteen vears,
and Judging from his looks and his' testi
mony in the ease, his mind ha sutfered
from theucof liquors. Moore had Carr
up for perlury on Tuesday, but he was
Ninety thousand copies have already
iKumsold or Will Ij. Thompson's famous
ong " Oatheriug Shells from the oa
i1hrf-'' It is thought that "Drifting with
the Tide.' this author's last cotnjtosition.
Mill even ecdijse liathering Shells" in
lopularlty. Any music dealer will mail
either of these lcautifu pieces to your
address on receipt rf nr'wc, f.rtv cents
isend orders to M. Urav's Music Store PVi
Koarnev ntreet, San Fraueiseo.
a man -will howl alwMit ivi .,
for church purposes. o:i-i.w 7i.
dollars and u half for his countv mw
subscribing a small sum for any imhlic
improv-inent. And yet he will, almost
-. mi me, ..mi a. numocr of
friends Hp to a bar and spend fifty cents
" Ht a time and never complain once, itcar
this 1m mind, and with the New Year the
time for all good resolutions turn over a
The lemocratie papers of the State are
terating Senator Mitchell for "removm-'"
. i . e . ii.rt 1 .. . .1 .. .1 . . .... . .
jir. n Hiir i nun mi.- Him imiee. l ms is
nbout as near to the trutn as the lVmrhou
sheets generally frt- 1,ie truth of the
matter is that Mr. Wade tendered his res
ignation on account of continued ill health,
alid exieet to make a trip to his old home
in Ohio about tlie middle of January. The
appointment of M r.Harin was recommend
ed by a large number of the prominent
citizens of this county.
Bap RoAP.The roads are muddy and
almost impassable, and they will be in
this condition every winter, unless there
is a change in the present system of work
in" them. When the road work is let out
by contract and the road tax paid m coin,
then we mav oxpeet to have passable
roads s it is now, it means to congre
gate on the road, discuss clitics, smoke
and nut in aout one hour's wo-k and call
it a div The supervisor is a personal
"riet..VtoVverv "'an engaged on the road,
and he d Jn't like to push things for fear
f offending. It the of everv
eitwlno the county to have a changy nnd
citlen in the ct,, 3 d considera
te matter sul t s5o x.
buurewhewo something will be
clone in the premises.
Real Cstatc Transters.
The following are the transfers of real
estate which have taken place since our
issue of Dec. C, compiled by Mr. Wm
Whitlock, deputy county clerk :
F. Piearcc and wife to Martha J. lieals.
donation claim No. 38, beinjj; parts of sec
tions i-D, 2, and 'D,.T 3 S 11 4 E ; consid
Martha Jane Beals to Matilda Piea.ee.
donation claim No. Us, Ix inti parts of sec
tions 20, 21, 28 and 29, T 3 S li 4 E ; consid
united .States to Andrew Spronls, Sr.,
the K H of the N E li of section 1, T 3 S It
2 E, and nait of tho V of the N V
lKuns h.-ts 6 and 7, T 3 S It 3 E, containing
United States to J. V. Gamble, part of
the S E ! c,f sect ion 20, T 2 S It 3 E, con
taining N acres.
i. W. ltip's and wife to Allen A. Duck,
part of section 5, T5S It 1 E, containing
S3 acres ; consideration $!N)o.
A. A. ISuck and wife to Surah S. Cofi'en
berry, part of section 5. T 5 S II 1 E. con
taining KJVs acres; consideration $1,000.
J. T. (.'hit wood and wile to Ilenrv llil
leary, part of section S, T 2 S It 3 E, con
taining T-i acres; consideration $37.50.
Damasc us, Dec. 4, 1377.
Our new school house has been com
pleted, and school will open in a week or
two. Mr. J. A. Forki and daughter will
teach the young minds how to shoot.
A number of new houses are in course
of erection in this neightorhood, besides
many other improvements. Our Nashy
is alout ready to move into his new resi
dence. Mr. W. W. O'Connor
of penmanship to the
will teach the art j
IMIMLT peOOIO Ol
Damascus during the winter
Anotiiku Ykti.ii in' Sritoxtt Drink.
From tho coroner's report in the Standard
we glean the following facts in regard to
the drowning of Dolly ISurton tit Milwau
kie last Mondav morning: Tlie deceased
came to Mr. Wills' house last Sunday
evening in an insane condition ; said he
had heeii di inking and had Hie delirium
tremens. On Monday morning about 7
o'clock lie v as seen crossing tlie railroad
bridge ; after crossing he retraced his .steps
and plunged oil the bridge into the creek.
Lewis Atchin-ion ran to assist him, hut
Hurton was drowned he fore tlie assistance
arrived. The. hod.v was found shoillv
after, lodged in some willows below the
bridge. The deeea-ed was :Y2 vears of age,
and had leen working in Smiih lhos.'.s
saw mill at I'm lland. Tiie verdict of the
jury was that deceased came to his deatli
by his own will hv drowning in Johnson
creek near Will's mill.
L.KTTKK IisT. The following is a list ol
tlie letters remaining in the postollice at
Oregon City, Clackamas county, Oregon,
December Kith, lt77:
A Ibright, Harvey.
Hillings, llusself I..
Clear, Miss Margaret
'hupman, A. F.
Coburn, Miss Agnes.
Parish, Miss S. A.
1 towel 1, Wm.
Suite, John II.
Smith, W. li.
lhade, John W.
( iehnnrsten, John.
II aw ley, S. 15.
If called for please say w hen advertised.
J. M. DACOX, P. M.
Stoitkd n' a II io n way max. M r. Pru-
ttt, of Marion county, was stopped by a
footpad near Viola Mills last Tuesday. He
had been out to Horseheaven to see a farm.
with the intention of buying, and was re
turning. A short distance tnis side of the
Viola Millsa man jumped out of tiie brush.
poimeu a pisou m ins race and demanded
his money. Pruett. being a man of nerve,
caught the pistol with one hand and seized
the robber by the coat collar with the
other, and while scullling the pistol went
oil, taking etl'ect in his right hand, lie
then drew his pistol, but couldn't raise the
hammer for some time on account of his
wounded hand, ami the highwayman
made his oncape.
Sun WonsHii'KRs. Kom in it Co. have
favored us with a neat publication bearing
this titie. Tiie author collected the ma
terial for tiiis work during a recent official
visit to India. China. Jap.au, etc., accredit
ed by the United States, and from person
al intercourse with the Parsees he gained
an insight into the religion and history of
the ancient Zoroaster. It is a neat volume
of over one bundled pages, cloth liound,
and is replete with information upon the
subject of which it treats. Price 75 cents
Estehtaixmkxt. Tiie Udics of the
Kpiscopal Church, will give an entertain
ment in i'ojHj's Hall. on Tuesday evening,
the lsdh. A varied and attractive pro
gramme will be presented, to consist of
select readings and recitations, choice
music, solos, quartettes and duets. A fancy
table, where pretty things for Christina's
will be sold cheat), refreshments and ev
erything necessary to make a pleasant
evening will he provided. A cordial invi
tation is extended to t!it public. Posters
will appear shortly.
LAL'Nfitixo of thk OuKdox. The fine
iron steamer Oregon was successfully
launched last Tuesday from the yards of
Poach it Sons, Chester, Pa. She i.s of 2,2."0
tons burthen and is owned by tlu Oregon
Steamship Company of Portland. She
will plv bet ween that city and San Fran
cisco. 'Mr. Villard, the president of the
Oregon Steamship Company, reports that
the Oregon sails from New York for San
Francisco about the loth of January.
Srit'iPK. Levi Lcwellyn, brother of the
county dork of Washington county, com
mitted suicide lest Thursday night near
Hillsboro.bv shooting himself in the head
with a pistol. Tho body was found on
Friday morning reclining against a tree,
with both legs crossed and one hand in
his coat ioeket. Tiie suicide w as premed
itated and ealmlv executed, and is said to
have been caused by family troubles, lhe
deceased leaves a wife and one child.
Ooon Stock. C'apt. J. T. Apperson has
some of the finest stock in lhe county. and
last week he added to it a fine Jersey Bull,
.".-year-old, from W. C. Myera, of Ashland,
Tlie price paid was fl.V). ami the animal is
cheap at that price, it is time that our
citizens were looking after a better grade
of cattle in this county and we are glad to
note that a number of Clackamas county
farmers are investing in tir.e Wooded
St nseniKKU In time of war any of the
offenses mentioned would 1 punishable
by a general eonrt martial. Except iu
time of war. capital crime, or any offense
against the person or property of any
citizen, which is punishable by the laws
oi ine land, tho offender would be deliver,
ed to the civil authorities.
Apvf.utisk. The Holidays are drawing
near and our merchants would do well to
contribute a niall sum to tho coffers ol
Tim J,,f:rLLs"ig their wares.
adver iZi., , 11 OI 1 rtland believe in
advertising extens voh. s
to any one that th.,,. ' '
ers from tbi An" V'1 'V 1 '"any cusiom-
fr IIi,5"X"The coln'itte on donations
1 1,"I'ltal aml orphanage omitted to
H. Fellows and
l5.eon in their card
oi iiianWs nn1
them fur many favor
though late to thank
I,,.n ... , . ..... uar ii
hay;,'1 ljrse of Christmas goods
and thev i.mi...,. ..
i x i-ii h"' 't: -.1' !sf U a chean as Po
inent. and we X-rJ1??: a" fJeeant assort-
themacaU befor going abro WiU
Christmas Tree.-The T v s
school wm have a n,r buniS
Mr ii - '! iree at t
the tree is for the S m ay VMe
at litei tv to n'a l School an aro
sons who are not miberTC
Dr. Marsh, of Forest Grove, expects
to winter at Hood river.
The Republicans captured Scio in the
recent city election.-
The hills around the Dalles were
covered with snow last Friday.
The Casket, recently started at Har
ris'ourg, is to be removed to Junction.
A rich strike is reported in the Lucky
Queen mine in Southern Oregon.
The Dalles M xfahieer has changed
its day of publication from Saturday to
The whisky ticket carried off the hon
ors in the municipal election at Ilills
boro last week.
There has been over 400,000 bushels
of wheat sold and stored in Salem since
A paper to he known as the Independ
ent will be started at Pendleton ou the
3d of January.
Land jumpers are troubling in Uma
tilla county. Persons who are tempor
arily absent find intruders, when they
Salem Grange will have a big cele
bration on the third Saturday of this
month. Judge Boise will orate on the
The TJni avian Society
propose to build a church
season at a cost of $15,000
Mr. V. II. Jackson, who has been
county clerk of Coos county for the past
ten years, declines to be a candidate for
A Salem paper says about 5,000 acres
of brush laud will be grubbed by China
men this wi uter in Marion coun'y.
Tho (ituwd boasts of an antlered fe
male deer in Lane county. A. J. lUir
losv and Mortou Black, captured it in
Greenback clubs are springing tip in
various parts of tiie State, and thin parly
will play no unimportant part iu our
next State election.
The Statesman says: Jas. McXatnara
was arreste 1 yesterday afternoon ou a
charge of giving whisky to !fii Indian.
He had his examination and was bound
over to await the action of the U. IS.
Damage to bridges at Salem by Sun
day's rain was about one thousand doi
lar.s. Paitof tiie stockade of the peni
tentiary was washed away. The creeks
about the city were higher than ever
The Lake view Hotel, owned by J. It.
Jones, says the Times, was burned to
the ground on the 27th ult. No loss
except the building, which was valued
at $2,000. IJetween 000 and .9700 have
been subscribed for the sufferers.
A man going by the name of Harman,
but supposed to be one Lewis, who two
years ago was charged with seducing
his own daughter at Coos Day in this
State, and then murdering his brother
who charged him with the crime, has
been arrested at Seattle, where tie will
be detained till officers from Oregon
arrive. He was detected and recoguiz
ed at Seattle by a man named Perkins.
Lewis said he was going to Skagit to
locate a home. He was armed, and ap
peared ve-ry uneasy when charged with
The Olympia Trtittxcnpt learr.s that
Supt. Blaeji, of the Norlhern Paeilic
Hail road Co., h.i3 received information
tiiat surveys for a road across the Cas
cades, through the Naehos.s or Cowlitz
Passes, lias been ordered by tne direc
tors cf the road , and that they will bo
commenced as soon as Spring opens.
Kecent quartz developments iu British
Columbia are attracting tho attention of
mining meti in San Frar.cisco.and strong
campanies will soon be foj-med to oper
ate in the province.
News for the People.
Xotice. Just received a splendid assort
ment, of goods suitable fort he lloPdays.whk h
will be suki :,t extremely low prices, at I. !ScI
lint;'s. Call lielore -purchasing clsew here.
Fellows A Harding will receive a lot o'
Calif'orniafaney crackers by the next steamer.
If Yon isit. Portland anil wish to buy a
fine suit, of clothes nt a low price, call ;il
Aekorinan Hros.. corner l-'irst and Washing
Co to Fellows t Harding for your Christmas
.Volice. The undersigned wishes those in
debted to'hitn to call around and settle liefore
New Years, 11$.
1. SKI. Id NO.
FelKows t Harding's,
of a large assortment of China
mil tilass-ware, French Candies, elegant
Cakes. and numerous other articles suitable
for the occasion, t oiue around ana iook hi
our displav .it will eclipse anything in this
line ever brought to tins ciry.-
M Alt IS IK I).
At Tualatin, Nov. -5, Joseph Galbreath and
Miss Isuisa Cummins.
At the residence of the official imj clergyman,
Ri-v. J. 15. Licbtenthaler, liec. H, Henry tians.
f Milwauki", to Miss Clara ondro, of Mult
At t he resilience of the bride's father, on
F.ajrie Creek, ty .1. A. -orbes, Esq., Mr. A. W.
Cook to Miss L. F. Howlett.all of Clackamas
At Eajrle Creek, Clackamas county, Decem
ber 1'th, agod'31 years, 5 aionths and 13 days.
Martha, wife of H. V Lake, to whom she had
been married a Jbricf two months. Well and
favorably known to a large circle of friends,
her kindness and nnilamiity to an. ii unom.
respect of persoiiB. end -arod ner to every one
wlio came wiiiim ner iniiui-in.--. i .- -
to assist dist ress or soot h the pillow of pain,
her loss is as a nun beam taken anu in n
olnce a blank. To her father. Philip roster.
fcoweil known asoneof the curliest pirneers..as
well as her attllctil tiusiiana una ottier reia-
tives, we offer our lament una 'ncere s ni pn-
thies, condoling ttiem wan ine conscious
ness we n:ve, tnai -.-ne rests in. k-hcc.
Quinine and Arwritlc form the basis of
many of the Ague remedies in the market,
and are the last resort of physicians and jx o-
pie who know no better mf
for this distressing complai
medicine to employ
int. The effects of
either ot thCR druss are aesrrucuve io iric
svstcm, producing headachi', intestinal dis
orders vertigo, dizziness, rinin of the ears,
anil depression of the constiul ional health.
yer s AGl'ECl'RE is a vegetable discovery,
containing neither quinine, arsenic, nor any
deliterious ingredient, and is an nifalliblo
and rapid cure for every form of Fever and
Atrue Its cfrects are ermanent and certain,
and Iio injury can result from its use. 15.
sides beinn a ixisiiivo cur for l ever and
A"u'e in all its forms, it is also a superior
wT:.-,..- fnr T.iver Cimilaints. It is an ex-
iii.i innic and preventive, as well
of all complaints jieculiar
marshv and miasmatic
directly on the Liver and
districts. It acts
thus stimulating iu"
system to a vigorous,
For sale by all dealers.
Novel Way of Advertising. A num
ber of boys wereeen t yin? a box of Donnelly's
Yeast Powder to a dos'3 tail, and when ques
tioned as to their object, they a id that this is
the laziest do- in town, but Just wait you will
see him poat lijrhtning sn ed with the glori
ous new, -I have Donnelly's Yeast .Powder.'
That dox didn't stop until he reached home,
ten mties away.
S?The Nat ional Gold Medal waa awarded o
Bradlev & Rulotson for the lest Photo-iraphs
in'the United States, and the Vienna Meda
for the best in the world.
42) Mortsomerj- Street. San Francisco.
Read ami Irfnrn for 1 onrself. 1
Many valuable discoveries and much use
ful knowledge is kept from the world, because
of the immense expense in making them
known to the people. This is not the ease
with PoscnEK's (.iF.RKAS syrup, although
but a few years introduced into this country
its sale now reaches in every town and village
in the U.S. Its wonderful success in curing
Consumption, severe roughs, Pneumonia,
Asihmn. and all other diseas e of the throat
and lnns, was first made Known by dis-
tri tasting every year, for three years, over j
4tso,eei bottles to the afflicted, free of charge, i
by Jjriiiriri.ts. No such a test of merit was i
ever given before to any ot tier preparation.
Could vou ask more ? Go to Ward fc Harding
and get a bottle lor 73 cents and try it. Sam
ple bottles 10 cents.
To ail vc.-o are suffer! iir from the errors and
indiscretion of youth, nervous weakness,
early lccav, loss of manhood, tfcc, I will seed
a recipe that will cure you, KKKK OF
I 'lIAli'iE. This great remedy was discovered
bv a missionary in (south America. Send a
self-addressed envelope to the ItEV. T. Joseph
Inman, Station J). Jiibli House, JVcie York.
Legal temU-rs !'t buying, f'7 selling.
Flour Kxtra. $i 5U; sup. riine, i5 50.
Wheat $2 12 v cental,
Oats 5jC.j74C. H bushel,
r.arley $1 5) cental.
Paeou Hides 12c. ; hams, 12ujJll ; shoulders,
l.ard In kegs, 12c; in lOib tin9, 13c.
Putter Flesh roll, )c.
Fruits Dried apples in sacks, 4c. : kegs.
iduins, pit less, 1012c. ; ix-acies, He.-,
Chickens Full grown, $2 O0h?2 50 v dozen.
Hides Dry, 17c.; salted. Cc. ; culls, ,l otr.
Ta How (ie. vl H.
Feed Hran, 20iv$-2 50 a ton: shorts. $30;
oi! cake, $!'.) tiit.
Jlav Haled, SdWiSfl:! r ton ; loose, 510.
Potatoes Dull at li'c. bushel.
Oaions l(tt,m V 1".
Mutton Sbeei)-j-$'(!,?2 50.
Orvjgon City JIrkf.
Wheat 21 15 V usnei.
Oals feed, sacked, 47!4t$7yy.i bushel; mill
ing, saekeii, -mc. bushel.
liarley Choice browing, !K)c buslrtd ; feed,
Potatoes :U'Z..Ve. y bushel. Dull sale.
Onions 1 H '4l; V H.
Flour ;G 50 v bbl.
Dried Fruits Apples, lgylc. 4 K. ; plums, 11
P.niter 3'.)'.jj:i.e. 1 1!.
I'c.irkeiis llniwii. S3 00 a d izcn : Snrinr.
j ---- - - --. x CT
-.... r.ti m it..-.
li-icoti Sides, I'-'c. v lb; hams lie.
I ,ard 12fl le V l'.
Hav 3iL-(.j.?Di ton.
Wio'. 22(.i;2 le. V..
II ides Dry, ll:vl"." lh : green, -l.le.
Mil; leed I'.raii. SlSv.20 V ton; shorts" $J7
Fr.'sh meats r.eef,dressed,34c V ll;on foot
.iC; dresseti hogs, tie; mutton sheep. $1 75ci2.
Annies 8jit.zenburg, P.aUiwin, Northern
Sriv, etc., from v.agon, :t"ic V bushel ; in
boxes ready for shipping, -i55ilc ; long keei-
er, lrom wagon, 4c, packed 4 kVi0c,
L.ADY TO nOAllI) AND GO
Apply to M. C. AT11KY.
, Dec. (i. 1S77.-
REAB I READ!! READ!!!
We call the attention of nil who want
to buy goods to Rive us a call and comiiare
prices before buying elsewhere, as the rem
nant of stock must bo c!6scU out in a short
SECCXD AXI) LAST CALL!
Those who are indebted to us must make
payment within thirty days, after that time
accounts will be placed in the hands of an
o'licer for collection.
Oregon City, Sept. 20, 1S77.
TO WHOST MAY GGKCEP.fi
1i:ix DEsinors ;op adopting a
f new rul" of business, I would request those
indebted to ine to come and
Pay Up Smmecliately,
And save inconvenience and cxiwnse, ns
h;iye detertnined to collect what is due me.
I have reduced the prici-son Goods irreatl
and can assure all that 1 can Rivo
Bargains to Cash Buyer?-
Come and see for vour own satlsfactiot.
A . L 10 V T ,
WOT PAIt tm
ponil for our New
CntaUiKiie. It con
tains valuable Infor
niiitlun for Tcrjr
platiug the pur
chase of any article
for norHonal. family
or agricultural use. Free to any Address.
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.,
Orlfnnal Grange Supply House.
227 Jb 2 Wabaah. Ace. CIIICAUO
I a A 'X 1 FOIt A Ij 2.
U'K HAVE THE
Estate for sale.
No. 2. Kit) Acres, good house, and barn Yull
of hay; 8 acres in cultivation, oichard,
good water: 15 miles from Oregon City.
lrice SiDO. half down.
No. 4. ::) acres, 2 miles from Graham's ferry
on the Willamette river, NOacrcR in cultiva
tion, 12 acres in an orchard of choice varie
ties of fruit, 36 acres in wheat, 150 acres
under fence, good house, barn and ru li
ning water, li miles from Oregon City.
I'riee f 1,250, part down balance on time.
No. 5. a--4t acres ; 75 Improved, a large, new,
well finished frame dwelling, plum and
apple orchards, living water, 18 acieG of
tall wheat, li miles from Oregon City, on
Molalla road, church and school house
adjoining; can be had for $1,250, one-third
down, balance on time.
No. l!. 20t acres 10 miles east cf Oregon City,
lJi miles from Viola grist and saw mill
and postoftie;35 acres in cultivation, 100
acres under fence, good frame house 13x34
"L" lx22, 3 acres in fruit trees. Price ?1,WK,
No. 7. io acres at Milwaukie; part beaver
dam. Price, $1,000.
No. 8. 35(1 acres ten mileseastof Oregon City,
7 miles from Marshfield station ; 75 acres in
cultivation, 300 acres of level liottom land.
good box house and trame barn, good run
ning water for stock, good stock ranch, 70d
bearing fruit trees. 1'rice SI.200. Will sell
stock and crops to purchaser if he desires.
No. .. 100 acres i miles east of Oregon City ;
00 acres in cultivation. 5 acres in orchard,
good house and barn, remaining land
easily cleared. Price $2,500, half down.
No. 10. 150 acres, more or less, 11 miles
from Oregon City, 13'i miles to Portland,
20 acres in cultivation. 100 more easily
cleared, all irnder fence, good house, good
land and plenty of water, schoo' house and
church 1 mile away, 9 month hool in
p ar. Terms easy, $1,250.
Xo 11 190 or 100 acres on of the north of the
Vr'am's claim, 4 miles from Oregon City,
open brush land, all easily cleared, living
water, good mill power, at $10 per acre ;
No. 12. Jacob Johnson's homestead, near
Oregon City : 120 acres.
No. 13. The former residence of W . . Buck
and six lots: $2,500.
No. II. Wiley May's block, ail in cultivation,
vith house mid barn ; S10.
No. 15. J. P. Allison's farm, 220 acres. 7" in
cultivation. 3 in orchard, good farm house,
barn and out buildings -, Sl'JOO, half down.
No. lti. lw acres, flat meadow land, 9 miles
from Oregon City, 80 acres in cultivation,
good house and barn, orchard, running
water, orice $5000.
o. 17. 171 acres, 8 miles S of Oregon City, 40
acres in cultivation, 4 acres orcnard, to
tons old hav. lo house. 2 harns, good wa
ter, team, wagon and harness, cow and
calf, all farming implements, household
furniture : nrice $10)0. 1300 down.
No. IX. 20O acres, all under fence. 12 miles
miles from Oregon City, 40 in cultivation,
3 in orchard, ffood house and barn; price
Xo. 19. Orln Cuttintr farm. X acres, 120 in
cultivation. 5o more ready to plow, good
house and barn, 10 acres in orchard ; price
Staioo. Also .05 acres. 25 in cultivation.no
house or brn.5t acres easily cleared ; $10' XI.
Ot her desirable bargains in Clackamas, the
best countv in the State.
Anv one having money to lend can luive our
services, free of charge, in managing the
sau.f and select imr securities.
1'ersons wanting to borrow money can get
favorable terms by calling on us.
JOHNSON fc McCOiVX, and
JOHNSON. MfCOWX Si JIAt UUI.
Offices in Oregon City and Portland
Nov. 12. 1S75 .If
J. P. WAUD. CfOiSE A. HARDING
WAED & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS km AFOTHEGAFtJE
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A UFJ
eral assortment of
Di'iis and Chemicals,
ComhHHiid IJi'Oshes, ,
MJiouliler Krncea Finer Mittf
Kerosene Oil, L.u.i:; C ldmnryi, )
1ukkIuIj-, liints, Oils, I
Varnishes ami Dyv St;tir,
FLTiE WINES AM) LliU OUS FOB MIUNU I
PATENT 31 ED'
ONES, ETC, ETCi
"Physicians Prescriptions cewfully cot:
pounded, and all orders correctly answered.
KOpen t all hours ol the night.
-'FAll accounts must be paid monthly.
novUS7dtf WAHD& 1IAKDING.
J O H P4 S OHRAIi,
Main St., Oregon Ciy.
XiXIFiCTlSEE AND IMPORTER
Niaiilr, II mr Menu,
Smddif rj -Hard-Wiirt-,
"VST1I1CH HE OFFF.US AS CHEAP
T Y can be had in the Htate. nt
WHOLESALE GM RETAIL.
cyi warrant my goods as represented.
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, Nov. 1, 1875-tf.
FALL AFID WINTER OPERHIB
"'"In Iutest Styles of
DRV GOODS, CLOTHIXC,
BOOTS, SHOES, II ATS, CAPS,
CITI.K5IY, CROC KKT,
Just Received and for Sale
Produce Uouht And Sold.
Oregon City, Nov. 8. 1877-it.
DR. Vvf. R. JOfsCS,
7our.i) inform mn n;
T T he has located nt Orcfron
City, and is
prepared to do all wont pert.-inn'riir to dentis
try in the b'-st manner. Full sets of teith
?-"i5, of her work in proport ion and warranted.
tt-"Ot!lce directly opposite Cluirmaii's store.
Oregon City, Oct. 2 ", lK77-3m.
s. &aTp. lagey,
SiScvcnlliiSlrcct, Washington, D, C.
Wc Jsecure IILkttkrkJ PatkntJ on"Ixvr,
tionl'.. No attorney fees in advance inappli
cations for Patentsjin t he Cnited States. No
charges unless the patent is granted. No
additional fees for obtaining and conducting
a rehearing. Sjn-cial attention given to fn
ferferericc Cases before the Patent Ofiiee, Ex
tensions belor-? Congress, Ipfringoment Suits
in dilferent. States, and all litigA'ion nppey
tainiug to Inventions or Patents. We als pro
curj Patents 'in Cunada and other rorcitrri
cou utiles. Send Stamp for Pamphlet giving
full instruction and terms.
V, K. Cotirts a u.l 1 pa.'iiuciitw.
Claims prosecuted in the Supreme Court of
the I'nited :states. Court, of Claims , -and all
classes ofiwar claims beforctiie Executive
Arrears of Pay and Rnunty.
Officers, Soldiias ana Sailors of the"-" late
war, or theirj heirs, are In many cases en
titled to money from the Government, of
which they have no knowledge. Write full
hitoiryof service, anil state amount of pay
aim bounty received. Enclose st urn n, und a
full reply after examination, will be given
yon wit hont charge.
AH"Of!leers, Soldiers and Sailors, at present
disabled, however slight I-, from wounds,
rupture or ot her injuries, or diseases received
or contracted in die line of duty in the late
war can obtain a pension. Many now draw
ing pensions are entitled to increase.
C K.Geiierul La ndJO tflcc.
' Contested I,a:id Cases, Private Iind Claims,
Mining .Pre-emption, and llomesiead Cases
presented I be fore the General Laud Office
and Department of the Interior.
Luii it Wuriaiils.
We pay cash for Bounty Land Warrants,
and Additional Homestead Scrip. We invite
correspondence with all parties having any
for sale, and glve full and explicit instruc
tions where assignments are Imperfect.
We conduct our buisness in seperate
Bureaus, having therein the assistance-of
able and experienced lawyers and clerks.
and give our closest personal supervision to
Tery important, paper prepared in eacn
case, from ptest attention iuui uecurec to am
business intrusted to us.
Liberal arraugments made with attorneys
in all classes of businer-s. Address
R. S. k A. P. LACEV, Attorneys, Washing
ton, u. I .
We prefere to Hon.'M. O. Emory, Presi
dent 2d National! Hank, Washington, D. C. ;
C. E. Prentiss, Esq., Cashier Oerman Am.
National Iiank, mdnngton. D. C. ; Hon. t .
Eewey, Prest. Haf.Natl. P.ank, Cadiz.Ohio ;
Hon. H. Waldron, V. Prest. 1st Natl. Bank,
Hillsidale, Mich. ; J. R. Hann5, Estp, Cashier
City Natl. Cank, Iienver, Col, : J. D. Knox,
Esq., Banker, Topeka, Kansas.
NEW LINE OF STEAMSHIPS
PORTLAND & SAN FRANCISCO.
THE P- C.
LflLL HEREAFTER RUN A LINE.
steamers every live uays oeiwccn
SAN FRA CISCO AND PORT
LAND. Passrngrr Affonmiodations ('nsurpassril.
Tickets for sale at J. M. Bacon's
For further particulars apply to
MotBK KKX t CO.,
Tortland, Oct. 11, 1877-tf.
F R E8 H OYSTERS!
Stewed or IIsitj-,
AT THE PLOUGH INN.
TAMILIES SI'PPLIED WITH THESE
Jt" delicious bivalves, opened ready for use.
ll 'J V III " f 1 IIII1IUI vu.
, E- L. EASTH ASV2,
ATTORFiEY - AT - LAW,
Oregon Citt, OnECiox.
Sreial attention given to business in the
7. H. Land Office.
OUlce in Myers' Erick. augO.TT.
it s?. I: .si lSfsS I al w-Lrr
11 iftzmByk er n-iLiLii
AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINEL
. Its competitors receiving only an award for some epeclal feature of their machines.
Tie ml-iewi Wilson Sliultte (Ms MacMaa
Has Unlimited Capacity to do all kinds cf Family Sewing and Manufacturing,
j ITS PATENT AUTOMATIC "CUT OFF" on tlie baud -nlictl prevents the ma
chine from running liackTrarxis, and obviates the necessity of taking1 the Ti ork
from the machine to wind thread on the bobbins, which innst be done. with all
other Sewing Machines, to the great annoyance cf tlie operator, especially la
tucking, hemming and rufiling. It does one-tliird more work in a given length
of time than any other Sewing machine.
TVITII ETEKY MOTION of the FOOT the MACHINE MAKES SIX STITCHES.
fires Wilson Uaclises fill io as m wri in cna lay four other S&cU&ee.
It requires no special instructions to use it ; an Illustrated Direction Book Is
furnished with each machine.
IT CAHKOT GET OUT OF ORDER, ARD THE ADJUSTMENTS ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT,
t A properly executed Certificate is furnished with each machine, guaranteeing
to keep it in repair, free of charge, for fve j ears. Machines scld on easy
terms of payment, and delivered, free of charge, at any Railroad Depot in the
t United States where we have no Agents.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Agests Wasted.
I For full particulars address t
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
. 627 Broadway, UE"W TOEK; NEW 0ELEANS, LA.; CHICAGO, ILL.j or SAN FEANCISCO, CAL.
JOHN SCHRAR, Agent, Oregon City.
WILLAMETTE TV JT SEI Y,
0. W. WiLLO & 80:1, PIOFHEETORS,
T. A. KACOX
C. T. HOU AUI)
MACK II AM SUV, .Tit.
A.!! orders lofi wiih tho
SKNI) Foil A CATALOGUE
Lruit and Orr.aiticiital Trees, Evergreens, Grape Tines, Small
Fruits, Slirulis am! Koses cultivaled s.r.d ior t-: at litis Nurgcry-
.L. V. WALLING &.&'0X.
mmW fa watch m mmmsm
r- r- z i r .- z : . " as - : i
.K- 'Ssx-T (;icOLD VATCH THAT
k-r- Vi VPi:-- rTVpiXir, COSTS from SI 60 to
SIIOsT. 'SPmNG-ER & CO.,
Man u fact urors and Dealers in
Iiji-.or(ors and Jobbers of
German, French and English Window Glass,
SASH WEIGHTS, C0BD3 .131) lTLLEYS,
41 FRONT STREET, - - - PORTLANR, OGN.
dccl3'77-!y. BCrd'Ts frf.ni the Country rrompt'y filled "3
FELLOWS & HARDING,
nnsT class cnorEniES & riiovisioNs.
iROnrCK TAKKX FROM I'AIlMEItS IX
. 'i'xch:mK-' lor Cirowri' s.
SELECT TEAS, GGFFEF AFJD SF2CES.
A frpleiidkl assortment of
Fresh Crackers and Cheese.
FfiROGX k t!?lESTiC 1 KILTS.
And a full variety of poods usually kept in a
first-class CJrocrry Htoro.
V.'e Invito t ho cit izons of Orojron City, Catio
mah and vicinity to frivo us a call, and if J-.il.
don't civo you as many and as (rood a ;u:ilrty
of poods for your money as you can obtain
I'lsowhero, he will leave town.
iWWe deliver Uoods to all iartsofthe City
and ("anemah free of ehnro.
Oregon City, March 1. lhT7-tf. '
G I! R ! 3 . ZAUfiER,
Op.iosite thi KaUron d Depot,
"IT" KKPSTIIK BEST liKKU AND CIGARS
LV in the City. Give him a call. Jy5-tl.
MllURCHUBCHii '. (;'A
above named persons wH33e
AX0 I'liiCE LIST !
rnre t"io 1rt Imitation flo: "Vrfttehin I'm BTarket for Trading
Vuriucj. T::o ::.ti-l U a ceiiiposirln f father nieta.s.Bo closelj r-
cs:-e. evi1'- i tv a cimiml tent
i our "-j t-.Ca, v o tie oiiia to
ro'lnrr tho j-rirecf them to 3f2 each
wikh nn c-icrrp.nt Chain attach
c . a -d in Mai.uf.u u. ic, fct:J oiiier
ii'-nrps w horn liccuraia tir:e la reouirl-
rFxrrf on rpt 01
f thfl TouniTT. or U wQl la
when tiio cu'mer desiree
& VC" TLA-i H A 1 u 'ich about Fiftr rennrweltfhU.
r-.-r ivi. ppu mesp 1 nam ux eatrii
Bnt w sell tho TTatch nd :hin for tli- sent tv Mail in a Keia
tcrcJ Pat-kac, pout-naui, to any post (ttllrw -n thft ln!tPtl Smtert.
we cl tne waoa wiiaoui tfio vnam xor iu,
U. CO., Cliutoa TUcc, Ko. 11 liiUi. Street, KYf
CHANGE OF BASE !
000 FELLOWS' BUILDING!
(S;ic.ow.r l KAHI.OW i& ITLLEK),
DUTIES AiiD CHEESE,
- rflRE(i. W3 I10.MESTIC I RUTS,
And a full vari'-ty of Goods usually kept In a
first-class Uroccry store.
Come one, come all, and examine our stock.
I van sell as cln-ap and furnish as trood an
article as anv liouse in town.
'I". A. IJACOX.
Ore-on City, August ir, 176 i f.
K GHT BUGS.,
shia'cl!, rami POSTS, r.ROflR
IS:.i, C I.OTtlIi, ROOTS, SHOES,
And ev.rytliiij tsaHy kept in at coum
Vv'e invite the public to call and examine
our stock before jioi'ij-, to Ori son City or Port
land, as wo afi' si'.linjr as cheap s any house
in t he .Si:;('-. Come ;uid et our prices.
Those indebted to the firm will please call
and sett le immediately, and safe costs.
novS-U KNIGHT BROS.
-TO:XX INFORM THK PURLTC 7 JAT
he has purchased Bisby & Cuttlp saw
mill, r-tsht miles east, of Oregon City.at ithat
ho is prepared to furnish
FIR AND GECAR LUM3ER,
of everv descrf!f ion nt, low rates.
) CrriAit Ceilir.-r. Rustic, Water Pipe, rnc
Tv?"Joh!i Mvers, asent In Orejron City, "will
koep a simply of Lumber, of all kinds, alwavg
on hand. Oct, 25, 77-tf .
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