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OREGON CITY, THLRSDA1. DEC. 20, IS77.
UUhVlTIbS.
M. E. Sociable at Win. Pope's to-night, j
Start in with the New Year and take the
county paper.
The Atchi amateurs propose to give an
other entertainment shortly.
Mr. C" F. Beatie was appointed a notary
l.ub'.ic by Guv. ChailwieK last Monday.
The Wilton troupe and Sam well 'a dot;
whow will i piar in this city the latter
part of this week.
Present yourself with the E.vteiipiusk
for a year as a Christmas gift, and you will
be happy and so will the printer.
Rev. C. C. Stratton's residence in San
Jose was recently destroyed by tire. It is
supposed to be the work of an incendiary.
Fights have been in order for for the
past week, and three contributions were
made for the oenetit ot tue city s nuances.
The Portland I winks have too much
inonev, anu decline to iv interest on
deposits for the present. .Send some this
way.
McCorniick's almanac for 1S7S is just out,
replete with valuableintormntion concern-
inir Webfoot, and J. M. Itacon has thetn
for ftale.
A valuable cow belonging to Mr. J A.
Humphrey, of the Oregon City Mills, was
run over oy a freight tram last hundav
and killed.
A grand ball is announced to take place
at liutteville Christmas evening, tlie U-jtli
Excellent musi; has been seeiinul. and ;
gixxl time may le expecttsl.
Chas. Gaul, the Hammond convert who
visited our city about a year ago ami gave
hi " experience," has again been arrested
for petit lirceny at Portland.
Capt. J. C, Ainsworth and wife, of Port
land, are visiting the far famed liukes of
Killaruey in Ireland. They will s(end
the winter in Italy and return home in
April.
Remember the entertainment at Pope's
Hall to-morrow evening for the lienetitof
Mrs. Anna L. Meeks, w ho is a cripple and
wishes to receive treatment from the Sur
gical Institute.
The "Standard" says: Father Gibney
was thrown from a hack in Yomhill
txitintv last week and severely bruised
by Am . Shadden's pounds of meat
falling on him.
Abel Eudej' gave a party at the resi
dence of his parents last Friday evening,
the occasion of his iJI.st birthday. Dancing
Btid games of different kinds were indulg
ed in, and the affair was "hugely "enjoyed
by the largo number present.
On the 1st of March next, Messrs Miller
A Church, of this city, will commence the
erection of a three-story brick building on
their property on the corner of First and
Morrison Streets, onjiosite the Occidental
Hotel, Portland. The proposed structure
has already been leased for a term of five
years.
Mr.Quinn.of Canemah, has just brought
into bur otliee a goose egg just deposited
by one of the ganders referred to by us
a'few weeks since. It is rjuite an unusual
occurrence to gather fruit of this kind at
this time of year, and from this reason it
is worthy of an item. Mr. Quiim is thor
oughly posted oti the breeding of fowls,
and taught us more in an hour than we
sn digest in a year.
Real Instate Trausters.
The following are the transfers of real
estate which have taken place since our
issue of Dec. 13, compiled by Mr. Win.
Whitlock, deputy county clerk :
SUite of Oregon to E. Laeey. lots 9 and 10
, In .j-tiou p, T 4 S R 4 13, containing
acres; consideration $-l 73.
State ot Oregon to H. I. Darling, the N
W '4 of section 20, T 1 S R '2 13, contain
ing liiD acres ; consideration SJWi.
Win. Atkinson and wife to Theo. Hag
nberger, one half interest in the proporty
known a the Kellogg block, Milwaukie,
Oregon; consideration !fl:M).
1!. Itriod vnnd wife to 13. P. Hands, part
of the N E of section &J T :i M It 2 E,
containing Sf acres ; deed given to correct
former de,d. '
Geo. Conner and wife to 13. I'. Rands.
the K 4 of the N W and 1-5 acres oil" of
the S end of the W 4 of the same quarter,
bisection 1: also (15 acres on the, south
side of the S V, of the N E of section 22,
T :i S R .' E. containing 100 acres; consid
eration $ 1, 2ro.
Jas. Otlicer and wife to David Oflicer,
the N of claim "o. being parts of
sections Hi, 2t, 2!) and 30, T 4 S It 2 13, con
taining l!f) acres ; coiiside-iation $I,(MK.
Jas. OlHottr and wife to J. 13. Oilicer, the
E of claim No. :VJ, being parts of sections
U. 2, 41 and :$). T 4 S K 2 13, containing
Mi acres; consideration $1,000.
Jos. Parrott to F. N. Jameson A J. Bow
ilen, irt of section 23 and claim No. 43, T
3S R l Kt containing 1! acres; considera
tion (1.
Thanks for Favors Itcstowetl.
Oreoon CfTV, Dec. 17. 1S77.
To the Mayor and City Council
4it-ntlcmen : The silvery notes of the new
Ji re-be 11 of Columbia Hook A Ladder Co.
No. 1, as it rang out on the still air at our
last meeting, awakened us to the fact that
e rc the recipients of another token of
.your kind appreciation ot our services
rendered in the past, and that vou are not
jiiinunuiui that we may remier eiuciem
rscrvice in time to come. "We accept it with
pleasure, and shall strive in future to still
im worthy vonr remembrance. We hope
i to make such use of it that
.tmid us be enlisted in a worthy cause, and
that it may. in a ineasure.assist in destroy
ing that element ho destructive to lives
and property, and which alike concerns
us all. We trust that each note, as it re-
wuiratesalonz these cults, will kindle anew
?the name of curasro in every "hre-bov's"
beurt to strive to protect the lives and
-proerty or this city from that liend so
fc-arful in his rage. "We trust should a lire
occur in our midst to show our gratitude
in a more expressive manner; but, for
want of a better, we must ask you to ac
"ept the thanks of the company. We have
tUe honor, gentlemen, of subscribing our
elve. Yours Respectfully,
E. C. Hack ett,
1). .1. Slover, V Com.
F. R. Charm an. )
oCivti, Service Reform. Under Stress
of what the two Iemocrats of the Locks
C-ommiMlon call "insistent demands of
coiwtrtwenu" Mr.Conoway, the eUlcient
secretary of the Imard, was compelled to
resign last week, and Mr. V L White
was chosen in his stead, if uCe "liU st!
ent demands of constituents" were inm ii
1 Into, it would doubtless be founVAh"t
few party hacks with an itching toVl, so
in on all the loaves and ftshes.were deeply
moved to agitato Messrs. Parker and Jen
nings, whereby the aforesaid gentlemen
werm tna4? .tejjteye ail Oregon was in
,aKao4i ,over tlie patter. They should
umse ueeii piain.io confers thiit they waiU
Democrat in the plaoe of Mr.Conoway
feather .thaH to beat the bush for subte'ii
uges to carer the infamy of -tlie trans
action. It Is illustrative of just how far
jrivU pervice reform has struck jn on two
oll fo4sila, who would rather uphold the
Ujdarl of party thati to evince oie
particle ot the b pit St of true c4tizenship
,ut loose from trammels While we have
,nohing to ay Sq disparagement of the
Ability of Yr.Wiritefto ser.ve as emciently,
Aoa free ifO confess -that Mr. Couoway
a jui Leou a verv ftcthfvH orccer ana was
;ilwkri Ut be faucd at liis post of duty.
an(f we ndersuwid the cotuniissioners
iiaye eertitjed a tuuefa in .tjelr minutes,
andift was ot for4.be appeals," etc.,
etc,,. -wquJahave been glad to retain him
in tfioe. ITne eotiimission have made
Mr. Couoway a viet.m of political pro-
Tcription and .that is the etid ciil4iniH
he next turn of the cards.
Repairs. Demenfs Inaldinjc, lately
.occupied by I. Selling, s imdergoing re
jirs. and wilt be fixed up in good style.
The first etnrv will le raised three feet,
and have ew eeiting ad fiocH aod when
nnwheil will lie one of the fittest stores
m the city. M r. AckerBja4i has leased
2l ror term of fire drears, and .will move
2!-?lil a pledld ocJs as eocui as the
epsira are completed.
Letter from Spring water.
ORANGE OFFICERS HIGHLAND GRANGE
WANTS THK COURT HOUSE ON
THE BLUFF.
Editor Enterprise: The following
are the officers elect of this Grange for the
ensuing year: W. M., C. T. Hickman ; W.
O., J. W. Mack well; W. Sec'y, W. II.
rarlow; w. 1., A. Harrington; . is., Or.
Wallace; Ass tS., E. Harrington; W. I.,
W. E. Lvon; W.C.J. Harrimrton: Ass't
C, Maggie Harrington; Pomona, Maggie
Jones; Flora, Moria Harrington ; Ceres,
C. T. Hickman ; W. G. K., T. It. Jones.
l he following preamble and resolution
was passed-:
Whereas, Hie tax payers of Clackamas
county are greatly agitated over the ques
tion as to where "the court house shall be
built, we, the patrons of this Grange, deem
it well to publicly express our opinion:
ltesolved, That it would be more to the
interest of the tax payers of this county,
and more to the advancement of Oregon
City for the court house to be bullion the
lot designated bv Dr. Mclaughlin on the
hill. ours Respectfully,
W. E. Lyon, rec'y.
Milwaukie Items.
Milwaukie is filling up, there being but
one or two vacant houses in town.
Piof Keck is running a very successful
singing school here, having about twenty
Jive scholars. School every Wednesday
Mr.'Theo. Hagenberger is pushing his
wharf to earlv completion. When com
pleted it will" be 00x30 feet, with a small
warehouse for the convenience of ship
lers. A much needed improvement.
The latest thing out in this place is,
"Are you going to chew tobacco when
-oii are married ?"
We are contemplating grand times here
Christmas. Tiiere will Iks a Christmas
tree at the school house Christmas Eve.,
with interesting exercises. Christmas
night, there will be a grand ball at Mil
ler's Hall, given bv several young gen
tlemen of Oregon City.
Oit'AsioxAL Correspondent.
Dec. 19th, 1877.
A Great Wonder.
Many years ago, says fhe "Astorian,"
Major Thomas Charman, of Oregon City,
while passing over the route from Port
land to his home in a buggy, saw distinct
ly a double-headed snake, which great
curiosity however, escaped him. The story
ot tne snake was published, but was gen
erally doubted. It will le seen by the
following that one similar in apjearan;!e
has lecn captured alive in California. The
San Francisco Chronicle of the Sth says:
"J. W. Linden, of Los Gatos, Santa Clara
county, on Thursday discovered on the
South" Pacific coast railroad a-small snake
with two beads. It was captured alive
and brought to this city, designedly tor
Woodward's Gardens I'.x s ak) is 22
inches long, brown in color, and probably
six months old. The heads are perfect,
and each has its independent neck an inch
long, set at an angle to the other of atout
ten degrees. The reptilo is a strange won
der, and sees with facility what transpires
before and behind at the same time.
Postmasters, Airovl A number of
our subscribers complain of postmasters
throughout the county allowing persons
to come to the oflico and read the Enter
prise lefore they get it, and it is often
torn and soiled.
One subscriber says
"Please send my
paper m a wrapper so
that my ueighliors can't go to the office
and read it before I call for it. It is iren
erallv used up lie fore 1 get it. Those who
are guilty of this meanness are better able
to imv for the paiier than 1 am, out are
always running it down and are the tirst
it the office to read the paper paid for bv
others. I think this is a little mean, and
I want mv paper 'fixed' so that I will
have the bene tit of it first." This is the
complaint of a number of our iiatrons
and we hoo tli-.t the postmasters will see
in the future that they receive the paper
without having if'torn and soiled." Please
reniemlieriHs agent for Uncle S.miiiiy.that
von havo no more riht to uive iVaners
out to lie read tnnii you wonm wiiu letters
...... --- .. ....
lna sMiiscrioer pavs lor ins paper ana
exjiects to get the benefit of it.
Enterta i n m ent. The entertainment
given at Pope s Hall last Tuesday evening
by the ladies of St. Paul's Guild, was a
grand success. The display of articles for
sale was not as lartro as usual , but they
were rapidly disposed of to the apprecia
tive audience. The refreshment tables
spread with ice-cream and other delicacies
were well patronized, and a handsome
sum was netted the Guild. The musical
nart of the entertainment, under thedirec-
tion of Mr. Sell wood, was as usual of the
best kind. 1 he songs were well rendered
and encored to the echo. It would lie un
necessary to discriminate, but it suffices
to sav "that Oreiron City has musical
talent of an unusual degree, who need
not be shame faced I efore a more metro
politan attendance. The reading and reci
tative parts were duly Appreciated, and
all in all it was the allair ol the season.
Christmas Tree. There will be
Christmas tree at the Episcopal church on
Christmas Eve., with exercises appropri
ate to the occasion, consisting of the sing
inir of carols bv thechildren of the.Sundav
School, and an address by t ho Hector, in
which some of the evils resulting from the
popular system of "self-training" of our
Ixtvs and irirls will be brielly considered.
Persons desiring to place gifts upon the
tree for children or friends are requested
to brinir them to the church as earlv on
Monday as con venient.w here a committee
will Ik in waiting to receive them. No
orcsents of a doubtful character, or com
ing from unknown persons, will be placed
upon the tree.
City Council. Special meeting 'held
last Tuesday evening, the following mem
bers present: L. T. Itarin, mayor ; Wm
Whitlock. recorder: Council men Peter
Panuct. It. Morton. Owen Wade, F. S
Dement. The following bills were order
ed paid ; Geo. Uroutrhton, lumlicr for side
walk to cemetery , $-203 13; I. Selling, $7 70
On motion the billot Water Co., laid on
the table at last meeting, was taken up
Tt was then moved that the bill be paid
which resulted in a tie two for and two
against. The mayor not having any prece
dent allowing him to vote in such, cases
decided the motion lost.
SUIT Dismissed. The case before the
Polk county circuit court, wherein Miss
Amelia Wolfarti. of this city, brought suit
against Geo. H. Lambcrson for $3,000 dam
ages, on til charge of seduction, has just
lieen dismissed at the cost of the plaintiff.
In conversation with her lawyers we learn
that Lamlierson. being a financial wreck,
they considered it folly to press the case,
knowing that, should they succeed in
procuring judgment against him, they
could collect nothing, and the ease was
therefore dismissed at their own request.-
Guasoe Election. At the regular
meoUng of ,0wego Grange, No. 173. the
annual election of officers was held, which
resulted as follows: A. R. Shi pie v, M.;
V ,!IUmv'" J. M. Libbev, S. Y. ; C.
a m rynfj'; F- For". I C. Ranger,
w A - Kr,?e. J '. J- Hrodwell, G. K. ;
w:C?.r,"Bn . Mrs. S. L. Haves. Ceres:
MV "- ? Mrs. S. Ford. P.
.. imuuii, X J. A.
s.
Mj.-d.P Thompson has
s duch m JacksoB eounty nearly com
pleted at a cost of abot $100 000 Wo
understand that an English eomnanv havo
three dollars for every oiie he bas spent
""'J. .k th 1 e wort heV
'I hoiK ivton
' " muuuicu illUllUCl (lull . r
has refused ike
Statesman.
Christmas Tree. The Gongregal4oal
Sunday School will have a Christmas Ire
at the ?on2Tegational Church on Christ,
mas Eve. They .cordially invite aM v bo
wish to avail thenasetves of ih use ofthe
tree in making presents to their friends
Presents will be received by the commit
tee at the church up to 4 Q'clock p v 0n
Monday, Dec. 24th. - y
Letter .List. The following is a list ol
the letters remaining in the postofuce at
Oregon City, Clackamas county, Oregon,
December 20th, 1877:
IVecker, Casper 2. Imel. Arabell.
Iturolich, Sig. Marco. Kelly, Col. J.
Casteel.Kev Nelson-2. Moore, Itobert.
Cowin, E. M. Spear, Frank.
Fair, C. Tunnell, John.
Hamilton, George. Whitlock, James.
Harrison, aai au A. l eager, ueorge.
If called for please say when advertised.
J. M. BACON, P. M.
Officers. At a regular meeting of
Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. fc A. M.,
held last Saturday night, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing year:
Master, N. W. Randall; Senior Warden,
W in. Lewthwait; Junior Warden, ltent.
Davids; Treasurer, John Myers; Secre
tary, Peter Paquet; Tyler, Chas Anderson.
Installation takes place on the 27tli hist.
Lost A gold ear-ring, between the resi
dent of Mrs. Forles Barclay and Pope's
Hall. A suitable reward will be give.i to
any one ieturiiing the same to the ollice
of "13. L. Eastham.
Porcupine. We are informed that two
orcupines have been killed recently in
his county, one nt RmiCo Peint and an
other near Horseheaven.
Found.---A brown fur coilar, near the
M. E. Church, two weeks ago last Friday.
The owner can have the same by paying
ior tins notice.
News for the People.
Notice. Just received a splendid assort
ment of goods suitable for the Ilolldays.whtch
win oe sohi at extremely low prices, at 1. Sel
ling's. Call before purchasing elsewhere.
Fellows A Hardin? will receive a lot of
California fancy crackers by the next steamer.
If Von visit Portland and wish to buv a
fine suit of clothes at a low iirice. cnll tit.
Ackerman Bros., corner First and Washing
ton streets.
Go to Fellows & Harding for vour Christmas
Turkey.
Notice. The undersigned wishes those in
debted to him trtcall around and settle before
New Years, 1878. I. SKI. LING.
Holiday Goods at Fellows A Harding's,
consisting of a large assortment of China
and Ulass-ware, French Candies, elegant
Cakes, and numerous other articles suitable
for the occasion. Come around and look at
our display, it will eclipse anything in this
line ever brought to this city.
Vuotion. I will sell at public auction on
Saturday, lec. 22d, at 10 o'clock A. !., at my
house, furniture consisting of bedsteads, mat
tresses, chairs, bureau, stoves, wardrobe, car
pets, stands, dishes, etc., not previously dis
poed of at private sale. Terms cash.
Telegraphic 'ews.
I'asteru
The Senate, on the Gth. confirmed
Henry L. Dodge to be superintendent
of the ban I rancisco mint.
City of Mexico, Dec. 5. Mexican
troops continue to march toward the
Rio Graude4 More than one thousand
cavalrv are between San Luis Potosi
and Saltillo and others are following in
the same direction. Several battallions
of infantry are on the road to the same
point, and one thousand infantry and
some artillery will be sent bv sea from
Vera Cruz to Matamoras. The troops
are said to bo well onicered and armed
with improved guns.
.New Orleans, Dec. lo. The Galves
ton 2etcs special reports that the E
Paso trouble has broken out anew, and
lighting between the State troops has
been going on for two days. A dispatch
received by the Governor from the
sheriff of El Paso county states that
there was fighting all day yesterday at
San Luzartce between State troops and
Mexicans from both sides of the river
The Governor sent a dispatch to. the
President asking the aid of the United
States troops.
On the 15th, Conkling called out to
the Chair, "Go on with the calendar
Hill objected to his giving orders to the
Chair. Conkling said if Gordon insin
uated that he had ordered the Chair, he
tfaid that which was not true. Gordon
said he would se' tie that outside Ru
mors of a duel and rumors of reconcili
ation havo freely crossed the wires.
New York, Dec. 16. The World's
Washington special says: The protocol
of friendship made yesterday between
lilaine and Conkling was fully carried
out to day in the executive session of
the Senate. Their seats are but a step
from each other and both met face to
face and simultaneously extended their
hands, after the lapse of twelve years,
The greeting lacked only the blue-cot
ton umbrella to be perfectly touching
Both sat down and they entered into a
protracted conversation.
Washington, Dec. 16. Postofficedis
continued, Thurston, Lane county, Ore
gon; name changed. Pine creek, Wasco
county, Oregon, to Pownell Rock; post
master appointed, Theo. Hal term, Sitka
Alaska.
Representative Mills this morning re
ceived the following dispatch, datet
last night, from Governor Hubbard, of
Texas:
"The Sheriff of EI Paso county tele
graphs to-night that our State troops
are surrounded, and all will oe massa
cred unless relief can be had at once
Ask the secretary of war to please order
liis troops in New Mexico to make fore
ed marches for their relief. They are
American citizens. Answer.
Representative Mills was at the war
department this morning, and by au
thority of the secretary of war replied
to Gov. Hubbard as follows:
"Troops are now moving under orders
from here with all possible speed from
Forts Bayard, Stanton, Davis and Santa
Fe. Relief must soon be had."
The war department has received in
formation that the local difficulties in
El Paso county, Texas, whieh grow out
ofthe right and title to certain salt
mines has assumed quite a threatening
aspect. The few U. S. troops and State
militia in the country have been sur
rounded, and unless relieved soon it is
feared they will fare badly. A dispatch
from Gov. Kabbard asking assistance
from the President was referred to the
secretary of war and by him to Gen.
Sherman, who telegraphed Gen. Sheri
dan to send all the troops he could.
The latter replied this morning that he
had ordered all available troops from
Fert Stanton, and they have already
reached El Paso and will propably be
able to relieve the troops now surround
ed by tho mob. Troops from Bayard
will no doubt reach San Elizario to
morrow with those from Fort Stanton,
which will be sufficient to keep the
peace. The affair is purely local, and
no serious complications are anticipated.
Chicago, Dec. 17. Official informa
tion received at military headquarters
this afternoon shows that the mob con
sists of about three hundred citizens of
El Paso county, Texas; that no Mexi
cans have crossed the river to take part
in the trouble, and that the Mexican
authorities have given positive orders
that none of their citizens should cross.
About 300 troops have been ordered
from posts in Now Mexico to the scene
.of the disturbances to aid the civil offt
Tbia withdrawal of the troops
1
leaves the Indian frontiers exposed.
All officers of the army in position to
know anything about the existing
troubles in Texas or the views of either
government, are satisfied there are no
possible grounds for warlike prepara
tions Galveston, Dec. 18. The iWirs
Austin special says A dispatch re-
ceiveJ by the governor from the sheriff
of El Paso county stated that tJte .state
troops had surrendered to the Mexican
mob at d 1 . M. yesterday. Their am
munition was exhausted aud they were
unable to bold out longer. After the
surrender Howard, Atkinson aud Mc-
Bride were shot to death by Mexicans
Chicago, Dec, 18. The Tribune's
Washington special says: Sheriff Ker-
ber telegraphs that the balance of the
Texan state troops, who were not mur
dered after the surrender, will doubt-
ess meet that fate unless rescued bv U.
S. forces. We Lave information of
arge bodies of Mexican citizens partici
pating, in this massacre. It is not
jrobable that the administration can
take any additional steps fcr the preser
vation ol peace, lhe troops already
ordered are moving with all possible
expedition.
Vorelsii
Russia is negotiating with Denmark
with a view of putting Prince Waldeinar
of Denmark or Prince John Gluckborg
on the throne of Servia.
The estimates for JS78 show a defi
ciency iu Germany of 9,000,000.
McMahOD has been compelled to ap
point a Cabinet of Republicans.
lhe bervians have declared war and
are preparing to cross the Turkish
border.
There is now good skating on the
Baker City slough. What do you think
of Clackamas countv climate ?
John Corcoran, formerly a member
of the Portland police, was drowned at
Astoria iast week.
Hardety, the man who claimed to
have been drugged and robbed at Al
bany a short time since, has departed,
leaving behind a number of creditorsto
mourn his loss.
M. P. Bull, formerly of the East Ore-
gonuiii. is now a stalwart Granger on
the Walla Walla river.
It is stated that Hon. M. C. George
and W. B. Higby will assist in the de-
feuse of W. H. N. Stiles in his second
trial, which will come off in about two
months.
The boom on Pudding river, at Davis
Bros.' mill, was broken by high water
recently and several thousand feet of
ogs lost.
"Hard-bargain" and "Fear-mo-not,"
two running horses, the property of
John F. Miller, of Salem, were killed
on Wednesday of last week by being
run over by the cars, about three miles
south of Salem. These animals rau
during State fair week, and were con
sidered excellent stock.
MARRIEO.
At the fia'ptisf. Church. Dec. 16. by Ilev. 1).
B. way, la!n-lel F. Tackerbcry and Miss
Lizzie t'alitf.
A CiooUjWlfe always gets her husband to
buy DonnoIIy's Yeast Powder, and a devoted
husband always gets It for her.
BOSCIIEE'S GERMAN SYRlTPcan now
be purchased right at home. It is the most
successful preparation ever introduced to our
people, it works like a charm in ail cases or
Consumption, 'neumonia. Hemorrhages,
Asthma, severe coughs, croup ana all tuner
Throat and Lung Diseases. No person has
ever used this medicine without getting im
mediate relief, yet there an- a great many
iMjor, suffering, skeptical persons going about
our streets with a suspicious cough, and the
voice or consumption coming iroin their
lungs, that will not try it. If you die, it is
your own fault, as you can go to Ward &
Harding and get a Sample Jioltle for 10 cents
and try tt ; three doses will releive any case.
Regular size only 75 cents.
In III whole history of medicine, no
preparation has ever performed such marvel
ous cures, or maintained so ide a reputa
tion, as Aysr's Cherky Pectoral, which Is
recognized as the world's remedy for all dis
eases of the throat and lungs. Its long-continued
series of wonderful cures in all climates
has made it universally known as a safe and
reliable agent to employ. Against ordinary
colds, which aro t he forerunners of more se
rious disorders, it acts sfieedily and surely,
always relieying suffering, and often saving
life. The protection it aifords. by its timely
use in the throat and lung disorders of chil
dren, makes it an invaluable remedy to be
kept always on hand in every home. Xo
persdn can afforVl to be wlthont it, and those
whohaveonee used ltnever will. From their
knowledge of its composition and effects.
Physicians use the Cherry Pectoral ex
tensively In their practice, and Clefirymen
recommend it. It Is absolutely certain In its
remedial effect s, and will alvays cure where
cv.reslare possible. For sale by' all dealefs
A. CATfcD.
To all who are suffering from the errors and
indiscretion of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I will 6end
a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARtiE. This great remedy was discovered
by a missionary in South America. Send a
self-addressed envelope to the Rev. T. Jomf.pW
Inman, Station D. Jtiblt House, A'cio fork.
novl"-ly.
ST"The National Gold Medal was awarded o
Bradley dfc Rulofson for the best Photographs
in the United States, and the Vienna Meda
for the best In the world.
429 Montgomery St reet. San Francisco.
PLBLIC EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS.
ALL PERSONS DESIRING 'I'll rt
taln certificates for teaching in the
public schools of Clackamas countv will
please present themselves for examination at
the uregon city fseminary at o ciock a. 31
Saturday, December 2!h, 1877.
JOHN W. SELLWOOD,
Dec. 13, 1877-2t. Supt. of Schools.
READ! READ!! READ!!!
We call the attention of all who want
to buy goods to give us a call and compare
prices before buying elsewhere, as the rem
nant of stock must be closed out in a short
time.
SECOND AND LAST CALL I
Those who are indebted to us must make
payment within thirty days, after that time
accounts will be placed in the hands of an
officer for collection.
ACKERMAN BROS.
Oregon City, Sept. 20, 1877.
IMPORTANT
TO WHOMilT MAY CONCERN
T1EIXB DESIROUS IOP ADOPTING A
13 new rule of business, I would request those
indebted to me to come ana
Pay Up Immediately,
And save inconvenience and expense, as
have determined to collect what is due me.
I have reduced the prices on Goods greatt
and can assure all that 1 can give
Bargains to Cash Buyers.
Come and see for rour own satisfaction .
A. LEVY.
E.L. EASTHAM,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Oregon City, Obeoon.
Special attention given to business in the
JJ. 8 Land Office.
Offloe UX Myers Brick. aug,77.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
GEORGE A.HARDIN G.
WAED & HARDING,
DRUGGISTS AND AFDTHECARIES,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON 1IAN1 A UEN
eral assortment of
Drills and Chemicals,
Perfumery, Sov
I'aralManil Brush,.
TrtiMcit, iupjurter,
liliauldvr Braces ftaary aed
Toilet Article
ALSO
Kerosene Oil, Lump Chimneys,
dux. Putty, Iuiut, Oil.
Varuialivii unl ly Stuffs,
PLRE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL
PURPOSES.
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC., ETC
""Physicians' Prescriptions carefully com
pounded, and nil orders correctly answered.
"OjM-n at all hours of the niht.
All accounts must lc paid monthly.
novl.lS7.itf WAKDA HAKOING.
JOHN. S C S3 & A EY3 ,
Main St., Oregon City.
MiXL'FlCTLREB AND IMPORTER OF
Nn ild lea, Rarueiut,
Mtdilery-llurl-
Mr, ete etc.
lirillCII HE OFFERS A3 CHEAP
A3
V V can be had In the State, at
YH0LECALE OR RETAIL.
9r warrant my goods as represented.
JOHN SCHKAM,
Saddle and Harness Maker.
Oregon City, Oregon, Nov. 1, lS7o-lf.
FALL AND WINTER OPENING
In Latest Styles of
DnV GOODS, (LOTUI.Vt,
IXDEHWEAR,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
CKOCCHIES, HAItD WAItK,
CUTLERY, CROCKERY,
,PAIXTS, OILS,
W1XDOWS, DOORS,
BL1NIJS, ETC.,
Just Received and for Sale
Low for Cash !
AT
Produce Bougflit And Sold.
Oregon City, Nov. 8. l877-4t.
DR. W. R. JOTwES,
DENTIST,
"70ULI INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
T V lie hns located nt Oregon City, and is
prepared to do all work pertaining to dentis
try in the best manner. Full s.-ts of teeth
$', other work in proiKirt ion and warranted,
yoillce directly oiiosite Charman's store.
Oregon City, Oct. 25, lST7-:iin.
LA)f5) FO R S A Jj 12.
IT'E HAVE THE FOLLOWING REAL
Y V Estate for sale.
No. 2. KiO Acres, good house, and barn full
of hay; 8 acres in cultivation, orchard,
gonl water: 11 miles irom Oregon City,
l'rice fci.tO. halt' down.
No. 4. 30 acres, '1 miles' from Graham's ferry
on the iilamctte river, M acres in cultiva
tion, 12 acres in an orchard of choice varie
ties of fruit, 3 acres in wheat, 15) acres
under fence, good houpe, barn and run
ning water, 12 miles from Oregon City.
Price f I.&jO, part down balance on time.
No. 5. acres; 75 improved, a large, new.
well finished frame dwelling, plum and
apple orchards, living water, 18 aeies of
fall wheat, tt miles irom Oregon City, on
Molalla road, church and school house
adjoining v Can be had for iiiiO, one-third
down, balanceon time.
No. 0. 2)1 acres II) miles, east cf Oregon City,
14 miles from Viola grist and saw mill
and postofnc;35 acres in cultivation, UK)
acres under fence, gofid frame house 13x31
"L" 10x22, 3 acres in fruit trees. IYice $l,ttt)U,
half down.
No. 7. 40 acres at Milwaukie; part beaver
dam. Price, $1,000.
No. 8. i6 acres ten miles eapof Oregon City,
. nines infill .tmrsiuifiu laiiim ; m iicn'Hin
cu It ival ion, 300 acres of level bottom land,
good box house and frame barn, good run
ning water for stock, good stock ranch, 700
bearing fruit trees. Price S4,3KJ. Will sell
stock and crops to purchaser if he desires.
No. 9. 100 acres 6 miles cast of Oregon Citv ;
00 acres in cultivation, 5 acres in orchard,
good house and barn, remaining land
easily cleared. Price $J,5tH), half down.
No. 10. 10 acres, more or less, 11 miles
from Oregon City, 13 li miles to Portland.
20 acres in cultivation, 100 more easily
cleared, all under fence, good house, good
land and plenty of wafer, schoo' house and
church 1 mile away, 9 month hool in
rear. Terms easy. $1,250.
No. 11. 100 or 100 acres off of the north of the
Fram's claim, 4 miles from Oregon City,
open brush land, all easily cleared, living
water, good mill lower, at $10 jieracre;
terms easy.
No. 12. Jacob Johnson's homestead, near
Oregon Cit y : 120 acres.
No. 13. The former residence of W. W. Buck
and six lots -. $2,.T.H).
No. 14. Wiley May's block, ail In cultivation,
with house and barn ; $810.
No. 15. J. P. Allison's farm, 220 acres, 75 in
cultivation. 3 in orchard, good farm house,
barn and out btiiidinirs: $1000. half down.
No. 1. 100 acres, flat meadow land, 9 miles
from Oregon City, 80 acres in cultivation.
good house and barn, orchard, running
water, price z-xmi.
No. 17. 171 acres, 8 miles S of Oregon City, 40
acres in cultivation, 4 acres orchard, 10
tons old hay, log house, 2 barns, good a
ter, team, wagon and harness, cow and
calf, all farming implements, household
furniture; price $1000, 1300 down.
No. IS. 200 acres, all under fence, 12 miles
miles from Oregon City, 40 in cultivation,
3 in orchard, good house and barn ; price
fJUOO.
No. 19. Orin Cutting farm, 300 acres. 120 in
cultivation. 50 more ready to plow, good
house and barn, 10 acres in orchard ; price
fOiHJO. Also 105 acres, 25 in cultivation.no
house or oarn.oo acres easily ciearetl : $1000,
Ot her desirable bargains in Clackamas, the
Dest county in t he tate.
Any one having money to lend can have our
services, free of charge, in managing the
same and selecting securities.
Persons wanting to borrow money can get
favorable terms oy caning on us.
JOHNSON & MtCOWN, and
JOHNSON, MtCOWN & M.VfRtTM.
Offices in Oregon City and Portland.
Nov. 12. 1875 .If
HEW LINE OF STEAMSHIPS
BETWEEN
PORTLAND & SAN FRANCISCO.
THE P. C. S. S. CO.
-VVT11 HEREAFTER RUN A LINE OF
T Y steamers every nve days between
SAII FRANCISCO AND PORT
LAND.
Passenger Accommodations Disnrpasscd.
Tickets for sale at J. M. Bacon's bookstore
iregon iny.
For further particulars apply to
J. McCKACKEN fc CO., Agents.
Portland, Oct, 11, 1877-tf.
FRESH OYSTERS!
Stewed or Kaw,
AT THE Pi-OUCH INN.
FAMILIES SUPPLIED WITH THESE
delicious bivalves, opened ready for use.
at 7o cent s per hundred.
Oct. 2,77-tf. J, TREMBATH.
J. P. WARD.
Bg
I tr I vp,t m H and
AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
Its competitors receiving only an award for come special feature of their machtacs.-
He Vafflffinnd Wilson SMfle Mw MacMig
Has Unlimited Capacity to 6 all kinds or Family Sewing and Manufacturing,
ITS PATENT AUTOMATIC "CUT OFF" on tlie hand vfheel prevents the ma
chine from running backwards, and obviates the necessity of taking the Trork
from the machine to trind thread on the bobbins, trhich must be done fnth all
other Sewing Machines, to the great annoyance of the operator, especially to
tacking, hemming and raffling. It does one-third more work in a gircn length
of time than any other Sewing machine.
fTTTH ETERT MOTION of the FOOT the MACHINE MAKES SIX STITCHES.
Btrii Wilson Hiciises Till io &s ml fork in one day 33 four otlsr Miset.
It requires no special instructions to use it $ an Illustrated Direction Book is
furnished with each machine.
. IT CAO0T CIT OUT OF ORDER, AUD THE ADJUSTMENTS ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT.
A properly executed Certificate is famished with each machine, guaranteeing
ta keep it in repair, free of charge, for live years. Machines sold on easy
terns of payment, and delivered, free of charge, at any Railroad Depot in the
United States where we hare no Agents.
Sead for XUnstrated Catalogue. Asata Wasted.
For full particular addroas
WlXSOtf SEWING MACHINE CO.
B87 Broadway, SFW YOBIi 5EW OBLEANS, LA. CHICAGO, ILL. or 8 AN PBA1TCISC0, CAL.
JOHN SCH RAM, Agent, Oregon City.
Established 1855.
G. W. WALLING & SDH, FP.OPRlETGnS,
Oswego, Clsicltzimzis Co., Oregon
AGENTS
f. A. BACON
C. T. HOWARD
MACK HAMNUr, JU.
All orders left with tho
promptly filled.
SEND FOR A CATALOGUE
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Fruits, Shrubs and Roses cultivated
Bnt w
tered
J BKIDS
SIMON. SPRINGKU So CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
, DOORS VIV1 SLITVDS,
af a
, Importers
German, French and
SASH WEIGHTS,
41 FUONT STREET, -
decl3T7-ly. 7"Crders from tho Country protnpt'y" filled "'Cii
NEW FIRM
FELLOWS & HARDING,
At The
LiisrcoLisr bakery
Dealers ix
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
PRODUCE TAKEN FROM FARMERS IN
exchange for Ciroceries.
SELECT TEAS, COFFEE AMD SPICES.
A splendid assortment of
Fresh Crackers and Cheese.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS.
And a full variety of poods usually kept In a
tirst-class OJroccry Store.
We invite the citizens of Oregon City, Cane
mah and vicinity to cive us a call, and if Kd.
don't frive you as many and as pood a quality
of Roods for your money as you can obtain
elsewhere, he will leave town.
3"Ve deliver Goods to all parts of the City
auu vHufiiiHii iri oi cnarpre.
Oregon City, March 1. lS77-tf.
CHRIS. ZAUNER,
DEPOT SALOON,
Opposite the Rallroa d Depot,
EEPSTHE BEST BEER ANDCIGARS
JY in the City. Give him a call. Jy5-tf.
-ECONOMIZE
GRAND PRIZE
iCDENUIAL EXPOSITION 187&.
OKCGON CITY.
...UOWAMD'S
MOLALLA.
abovo namod persons w'll bo
AND FiUCK LIST !
Evergreens, Grape Yines, Small
and for sale at this Nursery.
G. V. WALLING c SOX.
"i t tv-t T-rrr.t!-in GnM TTatrh In the Karkot for Tmtflntf
k ..a xjicxx. lo u cororOMtUii of other mt:a:.6( close y ro-
ltclif.it-uit to aetect thediflr
enre, exre, t by a r: emictil tut.
cnti it Is tte ren Fi!;ir:t forffold
k':i'wn. AVKU1CAN MJwMEiT.
KXl'ANSloN KAKAM'E EAt
mi i.l.Y ENtf ii AVEI or -G
I N K "i 1 UM : D 11 1 N 1 1 N G t A f 1 4,
an-1 f .UiU i i np'.rnunH o to
COLO WATCH THAT
COSTS from 1 50 ttf
iv, lir Irnm $co to io. and If yoa
iiih a airli for yi.r' n cfecrt
n.uke ricury vu, tr y iriii. O ire fc
cur Ur'-d ftiea, d AtecuablM(9
vlth an elecnt Chain attach-
T:tcyau i.setl oti KiiriseHla. Mtrtm
ei lit I:-.r.ufacio ief aud ottr
j.i.ircfi v ;ipt accurale lino Is re?juirv
ai d pivrn ?(neral pnt:faetioTi. W nJ.
t!m by M;il or Fxrtrw. on receipt of $11.
tomiT prxrt of theCountrr. or it will
iwr.t ('.O T. whrn tho cupumw dfira
rni'l rmit S3 on iirronrt. Tfc EJprti
CHAINS weigh uNont Fiftr TennTweiKhts.
aml :he sano pattern In pure polrt oall
cost iioo. W wll tho0)itin at ftjoah.
sell the Watch and Chain for ir. sent by MM1 In a
Fackaire, pst-rii)d. loinv Pmt (tfTiro n the Tn!td Rtatea.
We Sell the Watebr without Uio Cham for tlO.
6t CO., CUatoa f looe, & 'o. 11 SigfcUx Stxet JT.Tv
and Jobbers of
English Window Class,
CORDS AND PULLEYS,
PORTLAXD, OCX.
CHANGE OF BASE !
REMOVED TO
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING!
T. A. BACON,
(Successor to ISARLOYV & FILLER),
Deale- ii
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
SELECTED TEAS
COFFEE,
and SriCES,
EUTTR AfiC CHEESE,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
And a full variety of Goods usually kept in a
first-class Grocery Store.
Come one, come nil, and examine our stock.
I can sell as cheap and furnish as good n
article as any house in town.
T. A. BACOX.
Oregon City, August 25, 1376 Xf.
WM. KNIGHT.
EO. KNIGHT.
KNiGHT BROS.,
CANBY,
ORIGOK.
Dkalers IT
SBINGLnS, Cf.TVV II POSTS, GROfER.
IE.i, CX.OT1II.VG, HOOTS. SUOES,
HAIiUWARE,
And eTerytbiRj; usually kept In m. conia
try store.
We invite tl piiblic to can and examine
our stock before trotnf to- Oregon City or I'ort-
land, as we ao- wllinj; us cheap as any houso
in the State. Come and Rot our prices.-
Those 1ndi'tt.ed tot he firm will please call
and settle immediately, and safe costs.
nov8-tf KNIGHT BROS.
LUMBER M.UMBER!.
Clms. O fitting-,
"VTOUI-D INFORM THK PUBI-IO 7 AT
t he has ptirchased Bisby t Cutti-p saw
mill, eight miles east of Oregon City.ai ithat
h is pn'pared to furnish
FIR AND CEDAR LUMBER,
. n r,.(iinr I.,ctirt Ufft Plr. FptW
x r.imn .uiiuit aihoi.iv., -- -rt
yjohii Mvers, agent in Oregon City, win
keep a supplv of Lumber, Of all kindalwayB
en hand. ut. i,
$
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