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OilEGOJ CIT1T. TIICRSD.il. JCNE 15. IS78.
Fourth of July will soon be here.
Crops are looking well throughout the
It is still in doubt as to who will be our
New potatoes and green peas are com
ing into market.
The Oswego iron
operations this week.
Hon. J. F. Cajiles is elected Prosecuting
Attorney of this district.
Oregon Pioneers hold their sixth re
union at Salem to-morrow.
Democrats will hive ten or twelve ma
jority in the Legislature on joint ballot.
A picnic and celebration on the Clacka
mas is talked of for the coming Fourth.
ThOcJioulon family, concert and drama
tic troupe, will play in this city next
Mr. Chas. Caufleld, of this citv, has
loen appointed a notary public by the
The Portland Turn Verien will give a
grand picnic at Now Era park on Sunday,
the Sd inst.
Miss Julia Johnson and Frank TCinear
son have graduated trom the medical de
partment of the- Willammette University
Justices of the peace and constables
must call on the County Clerk and get
their certificate of election, and nualify on
or before the first Monday in July.
Mrs. J. D. Miller and daughter, Miss
F.mma, returned from San Francisco iast
Saturday. They had a pleasant trip, ex
cept a little seasickness poing and cotnintr.
There were 1,815 votes polled for Gov
ernor in'this county, at the recent elec
rion. The Presidential vote in this county
in 1S76 was l,tjs8, showing a Jgain of 137
Capt. Phil. Shannon, of Mt. Jlood, Was
co county, has lecn in town for the past
week, visiting friends and looking after
business, lie reports good times in that
Messrs. Chas. Ijogns, E. Ii. Clements
and Jack Trembath will take advantage of
tho reduced faro to the Dalles on Satur-
tlays and Mondays, and start to-morrow
for that place.
Mr. Geo. Marshall, formerly 'of Cane
muh, has purchased a handsome resi
lience on the corner of Fourth and 1
streets, Portland, and will soon move in
with his family.
The fire department was out in full
force last I' ridav eveninsr for drilL The
hose companies tested every hydrant, and
found two or three out of order. The
hook and ladder boys went down to the
drv house and got their ladders out for
service, but ti.e hydrant failed to work,
sind they returned without showing their
..".guity on the ladders.
A special meeting of tho City Council
was held last Monday evening with the
following members present: Maj-or, P.
Paqoot; Recorder, Win. Whitloek ; Comi-
cilmen Califf, L.ogus, Chase, Caldwell,
Greeniiian, Harding and Myers.
Minutes of last meeting read and ap
proved. Petitions of J. C. Atliey, W. F. Rrayton,
C iialx-oek.G . A. Church, for the office
of Street Commissioner were read. The
Mayor appointed G. A. Hnrdinu: and J.
Myers tellers, and, on motion, tho Con n-i-iT
proceeded to the election of a Street
Several ballots were taken, and it re
sulted in the election of M r. C. C ltalx-oc-k.
Chief Engineer Rogers made a verbal
report, stating- that tho nozzles and
hydrants needed repairs ; arid that new
nozzles would lo required unless the old
ones could he fixed. Tho matter was re
fern d to the committee on fire and water.
The following claims against the citv
were allowed: Wm. Whitlock, $10; C.
Anderson, SHIM; T. J. i'.roderiek, $1750;
i. W. Church, S2.
It whs moved that tho salary of night
watrhiuaii lx reduced from fo. to ?." per
month, ami that ho Ikj permitted to col
lect what he inn from citizens. Carried.
On motion, the Recorder was instructed
to notify Mr. Sehram that the city will not
require his room after tho present month.
On motion, the finance committee was
instructed to draft an ordinance defining
more specifically the fees of tho City At
torney. Tii? following resolution was un:m5
iiuminI v adopted :
Resolved. That that the City Treasurer
b. and is herebv authorized to transfer
four hundred dollars, now in the citv
Treasury, belonging to the water fund,
to the general fund, and pay outstanding
orders in regular order: and to publish
notice statimr that that there are fundsap
iWicable to the payment of orders in his
On motion, adjourned.
The following committees were appoint
ed by the Mayor at the first regular meet
ing held May 15, which we failed to pub
lish at the time :
Finance John Myers, G. A. Harding
ami JCA. Chase. .
Fire and Water W.J. Caldwell, John
Myeri and S. It. Califf.
Streets and Public Property S. R. Ca
JitT, J. logus and C. N. Greeninan.
Health and Police G. A. Harding, W.
J. Caldwell and J. A. Chase.
Tho following are the officers of tho
various precincts, elected on the 6th inst. :
Oregon City Asa Sanders and Wm.
Whitlock. justices of the peace; C. Ander
son and G. G. Foster, constables.
Canemah Peter llarker, justice of the
jKace; Darwin Reals, constable.
New Era J. M. Taylor, justice of the
peace; O. L. Uarber, constable.
Union Wm. Harlow, justice of the
peace: Moses Miller, constable.
Canby Wm. Knight, justice of the
peace; J. D. Wilcox, constable.
Sada Springs P. C.Martin, justiceof the
peace ; G. Thomas, constable.
Marquatris Robe. Ihompson, justice of
the peace : Wm. Sampson, const-able.
Lower Molal la C. O. Roynton, justice
or the peace; E. I,. Rovnton, constable.
Upper Molalla G. A. Mav, justice of
the ieace: II. M. Hagbv, constable.
Cuttinac's W. W. Marrs, justicoof the
peace; Sam Carlile, constable.
Highland A. Nicholas, justice of the
peace ; Wm. Scott, constable.
Reaver Creek J. W. McKinster, justice-of
the peace: E. Hughes, constable.
Springwater W. Smith, constable.
Eagle ('reek W. Howlett, justice of the
peace ; W. Kerns' constable.
Cascades H. Hatch, justice of the peace;
Herman limns, constable.
Rock Creek Norman Darling, justice of
the peace: S. Hink. constable.
Marshfield--Alex. Thompson, justice of
tne peace: 1 . i. .nines, constable.
Mil wankie J. II. Eambert, justice of the
peace; W. A. JLewellen, constable.
Oswego M. Patton, justice of the
peaco: A. H. Bullock, constable.
Tualatin M. F. Bird, justice of the
peace; I. Kaufman, constable.
Pleasant Hill T. S. Rigcs, justice ef the
peace : W. P. Short, constable.
Harding's A. C. Miller, justice of the
peace; E. D. Chase, constable.
Opposition. An opposition line of
steamers from San Francisco to Portland
will be put on this week. The Great Re
public, formerly owned by the Pacific
Mad Steamship Cbmnany.is'announced as
the tirst steamer. Cheap fare will be in
,r7er asain. The rates charged bv the
outline since the withdrawal of the re-
'opposition have been exorbitant,
1 h .traveln? Public will gladly wel
ahft new llne- T,ie Oregon Steam-
carry passengers m San Diego aout the
aame distance, for H5. VIV' aoout tne
u., vZ"'X J r"?'K caoin iare irom
xVlson Portland, while Goodall,
-Nelson Co. a line on tho I
The Dog Days and Hens, and Things.
The time of year has arrived when
youth becomes preternaturally buckled
with the colic the green fruit season.
The small boy scans askance the neigh
bor's cherry tree, aud calculates on the
peaceable disposition of his dog. He
eyeth the plum calculating when Dam
soon, Green Gage and Golden Drop shall
fall into his set fly-trap, and the verdant
apple, just tinged with the dawn of a com
ing rieness, fchall add to the exasperated
condition of the coat of his stomach;
meanwhile the anxious mother gathereth
together her store of jalap, paregoric and
pills, awaiting the climax or her cherub's
gorge, and ready to administer an anti
dote for a bursting angel; thus the hot
hottens, paper shirt collars wilt dur
idg the morning hour, leaving a drear
stretch of the day to necks weltering in
limp shirt tops (we refer to mankind);
woman's figure is shadowed through thin
twenty yards to the dollar calico, and it
isn't fashionable to wear stockings. Its
effect on that other feminine curiosity is
peculiar: hens set brick-bats are just as
comfortable for them as eggs, and if
neither is to be found, they incubate on
the bottom of a board, and would be just
as contented at the birth of a lumber-yard
as of a brick-kiln or stone-quarry. Jtis
noticed, however, that after two months'
patient setting on stone, they have more
of a look of in-quarry on their couute
teance than when cultivating bricks. They
give more trust tothe future on these, and
if, after months of weary waiting, the
legs cram pod, and the breast bone worn
through, there seems to be no result from
such industry, ifc is not bo wondered at
if tho hen concludes that this kind of nest
biding is not what it is cracked up to be
Tho only consolation left to her is to know
she has ' passed through the laze of Sum
mer with a virtuous object in view, and it
being through the time when eggs are
cheapest, she feels that she has done her
owner but little harm, saved herself much
misery, and falls to business again with a
good appetite. Eet us learn from the hen
to hatch out our plans at a time if we
can when labor isn't worth anything.
But after the languid days of Summer
comes the glorious benediction of tho
night: the fervid glow of the noon-time
pales to the mellow influence of sunset,
and then the quiet light of the stars in tho
cool balm of the evening energizes tho
languid pulse of nature into the
rippling of a limpid stream, re
newing us for the discomforts of the mor
row, and carrying our thoughts away
from the stagnant pools of the day-dream
in a progression onward to where the river
of time blends with the ocean of eternitv.
and all are swallowed up in the depths of
tne measureless nereaiter so musing, we
iau asieen, leaving tue coiicued boy, the
setting hen, men and women, and
other things to work out their destinv.
each for themselves, while we snooze the
uncomfortable hours away.
That Oregon City Sport.
EDrron Enterprise : It frequently
happens that persons who think them
selves shrewder than others get outdone
in the way of perpetrating pranks, or
playing games of deceit. A sharper of
Oregon City, paid a flying visit to Canby
on election dav . in order to extricate a few
"twenties" from the pockets of the
greenies of that place, by lietting on the
success of tho Republican candidates; but
it was not long before the sharper was
out-sharped by a friend vho was willing
to " buck the tiger," or some other beast,
for the sum of twenty. The Canby friend
suggested that he would be willing to put
up a " roll " which he held in his hand
against a double eagle, which oiler the
sharer readily accepted, and the stakes
were immediately deposited in the hands
of a holder. Now the joke comes in right
here: while the sharper was trying to in
duce some one to bet with him' the Canby
friend had stepped out, borrowed several
small iron washers, rolled them so as to
icsemble a twenty-daliar roll of silver,
returned ami made the oiler, which was
accepted. As soon, however, as the
sharper was informed concerning the con
tents of the roll," his piide wilted like a
pumpkin leaf in July, ami he was sud
denly sti nek with the idea that his valua
ble services were ncccicd in Oresron City.
Canuy, June 5, 1S78.
Sittii errand's Campaign. Aide-de
camp Thos. Sutherland has published a
history of Howard's campaign aganst the
Nez Perce Indians, and details at lencrth
the conduct of the campaign, from its" be
ginning in Camas Prairie to its termina
tion a thousand miles awav to tho head
waters of the Missouri. It makes a verv
readablepamphlet.andwe would ad vise all
our readers t. procure it. Tom writes in a
free and off-hand style, and. in most res
pects, is inimitable. Tom is of a warlike
race, and he illustrated that trait of char
acter in a remarkable degree on his first
week's arrival in our city. Some ot tho
l)oyt imagined he was not true gric; and
the result was a scrimmage, in which Tom
cameout notvictorious.but full tooverflow-
mg with perseverance, a few days after
wards some how or othertherewasanother
rumpus, and loin s stai was in the as
scendant: by the end of the week there
was another difference of opinion, and.
somehow, Tom again crossed the Rubicon
and burned his boats. By this time he
Itegan to make inquiry as to the manner
and morals of Western people, and
whether or not such occurrences were in
digenous to tho soil. However, as the
bo vs learned that Tom would fight, from
that time all was quiet on the Potomac,
and when the alarm of war was sounded
on the frontier, who should buckle his
sword from these peaceful vales but Tom,
and, "away to the war he goes," and
gathered laurels of epistolary and mili
tary fame in that celebrated campaign.
The following is a list of the letters re
maining in the postoffice at Oregon City,
Clackamas county.Oregon, June 13th, 1878:
Gleason, Mrs. M.
Jones, Griff W.
Herman, J. H.
Lawrence. Miss B.
Ollield, Miss Nellie.
Stewart, J. J.
Smith, Cant. S.
White, Sam'l M.
Wilson, XV. XV.
If called for say when advertised.
J. M. Bacon, P. M.
Clear, Creek Camp Meeting. Rev.
John Flynn, writing from Clear creek,
says: "The campmeeting on Clear creek
will commence Wednesday, July 11th,
and continue over the next Sabbath.. The
ground is pleasantly situated, hear the
town of Viola, Clackamas county, twelve
miles back from Oregon City, or Marsh
field ; both air and water pure and good.
Our brethren and friends from Portland,
Oregon City and Canbv, will find this a
pleasant and healthful retreat in which to
worship God for a few days in the tented
grove. All are cordially invited."
Cacgitt an Otter. Two young men,
while coming down from the falls in a
small boat last Tuesday, succeeded in
catching a young animal, with which they
have been mystifying the knowing ones
aiiout town. According to the answers
they received to the question, "What is
it 7" it is either a beaver, sea lion, seal,
walrus, panther, dog, or something else.
At last old Indian George came along and
gave tho information that it was an otter.
How is This for High. Mr. A. R.
Stroup, of Boone's Ferry, called last Mon
day, and gave us a look at some speci
mens of, his rye crop, which measured
eight feet, eight inches in height. He has
ten acres of rj'e, and the entire piece will
measure eight feet in height. The pros
it? for crops of every description in the
vicinity of Boone's Ferry never were bet
ter, and the farmers are happy.
Going to Astoria. Prof. W. L. Wor
thington, principal at the Seminary for
two years past, has been offered the same
position at Astoria, with a larger sal
ary than he has received here; and we
understand that the offer has been ac
cepted. Mr. Worthington was principal
ol the Astoria school for several years,
and his services are highly appreciated.
ELECTION HELD IX CLACKAMAS COUNTY, JUNE 3, 1878.
H. K. Hines...
"John Whiteaker- -
tT. F. Campbell
C. C.Bee km an
V W. Thayer
FOR SECRKTARV OF STATE..
H. P. Earhart .
T. G. Keames
tW. A. Catcs. ,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
A. II. Brown ..
FOR STATE PRINTER.
W. B. Carter
tD. W. Craig.
FOR SUP"? PBL'C INSTRCT'N.
I, . J. Powell
tW. W. l'arker
FOR PROS'C'T'NG ATTORNEY.
Hon. John F. Caples
tllon. John M. Gearln
J. T. Apperson
A. K. Wait
tK. W. Worsliam..:
Capt. W. H. Will
K. Brad lei-
W. A. Starkweather
1. F. May.
C. F. Beatie
tC. T. Hickman
tP. It. Eves
tn. C. be wis
tN. II. Darnell
A. J. Cason
tJ. J. Leabo
John O. PILlsbury
V. W. Myers
ir. IT. II. Fouts
J. P. Ward
tW. J. Dills
F. S. Dement ....
K. D. Kelly
H. K. Hayes
t Halter Holcomb
SCHOOL SCPKRINTEN ;x
. Jr. Bandall
John W. Sell wood.
X. O. U'alden
W" C. Greaves
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Democrats. tXational Greenback and
BY MISS ANNA SCONCE.
O think of me when light of morning
Proclaims the day;
When fhxHls of sunlight bathe the woodlands
And kiss the dews away.
Remember, then, there's one whose bosom
Only throbs for thee :
When morning floods of suniinht glisten,
O remember inc.
O think of me when folds the evening
Its robes of balm -,
When stars hiirh up In heaven whisper.
And shines the moon so calm.
Remember, then, there's one whose dreaming
Ever is of thee :
At morn, at noon, at eve's declining,
0 remember me.
When clouds of sorrow hover o'er thee.
And press thee down ;
When fortune's star grows dim around thee,
And fate doth on thee frown.
Remember, then, in joy or sorrow,
1 am true to thee :
Where'er o'er earth thy footsteps wander
O remember me.
Xeedy, Clackamas count, Ogn.
Fixliln-r In Three Stanza.
Xow digs the boy the garden plot
With energy Intent,
Until he bags a tribe of worms.
And then he skips the fence.
Then off he scoots to where the stream
lot,h ever gently swish ;
And with much patience, and his hooks,
Enticeth sundry fish.
And then with slow and wary steps,"
Homeward doth he wend
When he is led to a back shed,
And frightful cries ascend.
To save ye small boy's breeches back
From gouge and hard Indent,
Iiet him, before he flshward track.
Procure his dad's assent.
Successful Affair. The Sunday
School excursion and picnic to the Cas
cades last Thursday was a grand success.
The excursionists started oil" about 6, A.
M., on the City of Salem, arriving at the
Cascades shortly ofter noon, where thev
enjoyed the magnificent scenery for an
hour or two, and arrived home about 10
o'clock in tho evening. Everything
passed off pleasantly, and the excursion
ists were all well pleased with the trip.
The three Sunday Schools Methodist,
Congregational and Baptist, netted (05
each as their share of the profits.
Casdade Road and Bridge Company.
From information received, we learn that
the road across the Cascade mountains,
via Mt. Hood and Barlow's Gate, is now
open, and wagons and droves of cattle
and sheep are on their way to bunch
grass. A great many improvements have
beeh added to the road, in the way of new
grades and bridges. Some of our best
citizens sav that this is the best and short
est route over the mountains. The dis
tance across, we understand, from settle
ment to settlement, is only 44 miles. -
Heavy Loss. XV. 15. Magers, living
near Gervais, had his barn destroyed by
fire last Sunday. The barn contained all
of his farm implements and five head of
horses, all of which were destroyed. The
loss was about $2000, with seven or eight
hundred dollars' insurance. It is sup
posed to be the work of incendiaries.
Opicm Smokers. Parents would do
well to look after their boys who are con
tracting the fearful habit of opium smok
ing. INight after night these boys can be
seen at a Chinese deh kept by Sing, and it
is high time the city authorities were
looking after this matter.
Official Returns. Owing to a num
ber of errors in our official returns for
Clackamas countv, caused by lack of time
and tvne. we publish it again this week
With'the proper corrections. It is a val
uable table for future reference, and
should be carefully preserved.
Bilks. The Rose Manning Opera
Bouffe troupe have started up the Colum
bia, and will not play in this city, as ad
vertised, and, in all probability, will
never pay us for said advertising. We
advise our newspaper friends to collect in
advance, as we intend doing hereafter.
TnE Fourth at Mew Era. An excur
sion from this citv to New Era park is pro
posed for the Fourth of Julv. Orator,
music, etc, have been secured for the oc
casion, and a grand time may be expected.
Full particulars hereafter.
Officers Elected. The following are
the officers of Oregon Lodge No. 3, 1. O.
O. F.. elected last Thursday evening: Dr.
J. Welch, N. G. : F. S. Dement, V. G, ; D.
N. Trullinger. R. S; Wm. Pope, Treasurer.
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Short crops in Jackson county.
Portland will elect city officers next
It is reported that the Portland Stand
ard will change hands shortly.
A little sou of J. McGee, of Mo
hawk, Lane county, fell into ft creek
last week while fishing, and was
Chas. Briggs, of Harrisbnrg, was
caught by a belt in the grist mill and
carried into a large wheel and killed
In Polk the Greenback candidates
for the Legislature received nearly
300 votes. Campbell, for Congress,
had 125, and Wilkins, for Governor,
A three-year old son of Mr. Foun
tain, of Josephine county, was playing
on the bank of Althonse creek one day
last week, and, by some means, fell in,
and was drowned.
A young man named Moreland was
killed at Phoenix last week by getting
caught in the machinery of Davidson
h Torys' sawmill. He was employed at
the mill at the time of the accident.
In a row at Pendleton on the evening
of the election, .Wm. Tanksley struck
Thos. Malarkey over the left eye with a
pick ha'ndle, inflicting a serious, and
perhaps fatal injury.
A. H. Brown, State Treasurer, was
elected constable in East Salem, and
Harvey Scott, of the Oregonian, was
selected for the same position in his
precinct at Portland. They are well
qualified for the office, and we offer our
It is proposed to hold a Sunday
school convention at Portland during
the 8th and 9th of October. The basis
of representation is to be one delegate
faom each Sunday school, and one ad
ditional for evey twenty-five in aver
age attendance, including officers,
teachers and scholars.
Forest Grove was visited by a disas
trous fire last week The following are
the losers: R. P. Willis, store and
building. $6,000; J. G. Boos, tinner,
1,500; W. D. Hoxter, dry -goods store,
S15.000; W. Bowlby, drug store, S'2,000.
W. D. Hoxter was insured to the
amount of $7,000 on stock and 700 on
building. It is supposed that the fire
was the work of an incendiary. An at
tempt was made to fire the dry goods
store of A. Hinman, but the incendiary
was discovered and several shots fired
at him, but he succeeded in making his
A dispatch from MaTysville, Califor
nia, under date 01 tue ytn, states mac
Dr. B. F. Holsclaw shot his wife, and
then shot himself. Dr. Holsclaw is
well-known to many citizens of Oregon,
having resided in Josephine county for
many years, where he was universally
respected. He was Judge of the coun
ty, and State Senator from 1868 to
1872, and after that, warden of the pen
itentiary for over four years. After
that he read medicine and graduated at
the Willamette Medical Departm ent,
and commenced practicing in Jose
phine county, and about two years ago
changed his residence to California.
A letter from Prineville, Wasco
county, says that a few days ago two
men named Tan Allen and Dripe made
an assault without provocation on a
young man named George Cline. A
warrant was issued for their arrest, but
they rode through the town, pistol in
hand, defying it. They rode away and
wanted to borrow a gun, but failed to
get it. James Chamberlain took the
warrant and found the men, who re
fused to be arrested, and started to ride
off. He fired at them and they return
ed it. Chamberlain's horse was shot
and Van Allen was hit in the right hip.
He also received a 'wound in the abdo
men, supposed to have been made by a
dirk on his person. Dripe was arrest
ed and placed under bonds. Van
Allen is dead.
iPi a c, sp
George Castle, of Walla Walla, who
has for the past six years been making
and burning brick at the rate of about
500,000 annually, says he can sell one
million this year, easy enough. This
goes to ehow how rapidly the country
is building up.
Xews for the People.
If Ton visit Portland ana ve ish to buy a
fine suit of clothes at a low pnee, go to
Ackerman Bros., corner First and Washing
Miss Rosa Fuchs has received a large stock
of millinery goods, of the latest styles and
varieties, and the ladies of Oregon City aud
vicinity are Invited to call and eqamlne for
themselves before going abroad. -Miss Fuchs
is determined to keep as fine an assortment
in quality, if not in quantity, as can be found
at Portland. Her stock is suited to the wants
of all both in prices and styles.
Quinine an dAraenic form the basis of
many of tho Ague remedies in the market,
and are the last resort of physicians and peo
ple who know no better medicine to employ
for this distressing complaint. The effects of
either ot these drugs aro destructive to the
system, producing headache, intestinal dis
orders, vertigo, dizziness, ringing of the ears,
and depression of the constiutional health.
Ayer'AgueCure Is a vegetable discovery,
contaiTiing neither quinine, arsenic, nor any
deliterious ingredient, and is an infallible
and rapid cure for every form of Fever and
Ague. Its effects are permanent and certain,
and no Injury can result from Its use. Be
sides being a positive cure for Fever and
Ague in all its forms, it is also a superior
remedy for Liver Complaints. It is an ex
cellent tonic and preventive, as well as cure,
of all complaints peculiar to malarious,
marshy and miasmatic districts. It acts
directly on the laver and biliary apparatus,
thus stimulating the system to a vigorous,
healthy condition. For sale by all dealers. .
BThe National Gold Medal was awarded to
Bradley & Itulofson for the best Photographs
in the United States, and the Vienna Meda
for the best in the world.
429 Montgomery Street. San Francisco.
Notice. I. Selling has a good assortment
on hand, and is willing to sell the same at a
small advance above cost for Cash. Xo use
of going to Portland when you can do-as well
at home. I am determined not to be under
sold by anyone.
A Remarkable Itesult.
It makes no difference how many Physi
cians, or how much medicine you have tried,
it Is now an established fact that German
Syrup is the only remedy which has given
comolete satisfaction in severe cases of Lung
Diseases. It is true, there are yet thousands
of persons who are predisposed to Throat
and Lunjr Affections, Consumption, Hemor
rhages, Asthma, Severe Colds settled on the
Breast, Pneumonia, Whooping Cough, &c,
who have no personal knowledge of Boschee's
German Syrup. To such we would say 60,000
dozen were sold last year without one com
plaint. Consumptives try Just one bottle.
Itegular size 75 cents, jold by all Druggists.
If any Dealer Informs
You that he has for sale a dentifrice identical
with or containing Ingredients equalling or
superior in efficacy to those of SOZODONT,
discredit the statement and insist upon hav
ing that alone. By doing so you will secure a
dentifrice par excellence the best in the mar
ket, containing botanic elements of rare
preservative influence upon the teeth, and
one which will endow them with most becom
ing whiteness. Another desirable feature of
this staple toilet article is that it imparts fra
grance to the breath. Sold by druggists.
To all who are suffering from the errors and
indiscretion of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I will send
a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered
by a missionary in South America. Send a
self-addressed envelope tothe Hev. T. Joseph
In man. Station D. Iiihl: House, JVeio York.
WAY DOWN IN PRICES !
CALL AND BE CONVINCED
y"At Brick Store 2 doors north of drug store.
50,000 LBS. WOOL WANTED
We will pay the highest market price.
PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Oregon City. May 10, 1878.
THIS CELEBRATED BEVERAGE FROM
Ij. Feurer's Brewery, at Portland, is con
stantly kept on draught at
JACK TREMBATH'S SALOON.
It lathe best beer ia the city, and we Invito
the public to call and give it trial.
Oregon City, March l, 1878-tf.
IH E R E B Y GIVE NOTICE OF MY Ap
pointment as Adnr inistrator of the estate
of A. C. Moore, late of Clackamas county.Or
egon, deceased. All persons having claims
against said estate will present them . to me,
at Johnson, McOown A Macrum's office, in
Oregon City, within six mont h's from date.
R. J. MOORE, Adm'r.
May 23, 1878. -4w
4S ON HANDTHE CHOICESf
Liquors, Wines & Cigars,
And an Oyster Stew at all times. Good bed
and a night cap for 25 cents. Herrall's IT. S.
Beer 25 cents per quart. I don't sell O. C. R. G.
C. V. MAYHK1V, Proprietor.
Oregon City, March 8, 1878-tf.
STOCKRAISERS OF CLACKAMAS COLMT !
Mr. Isaiah Moser Is now out for the Season
of 1878 with
"'Young Ben Roy."
He can be found Sunday andMondayat
the owner'" farm on Lower Molalla ; Wednes
day and Thursday at Jos. Walton's, near
RIngo's Point, until 2 o'clock P. M.; Friday
and Saturday at Ira Moody 's, Molalla Prairie,
of each week.
Farmers will please call and see him. He
shows for himself. Everybody comes and goes
well pleasedfor he is equalled by none.
Young lien Roy Is a beautiful dapple bay,
weighs 14-25 lbs., will be 3 years old the 1st of
Terms Leap, $9; season. $15; Insurance,
$25. All bills payable In gold coin except
when otherwise agreed upon.
April 11, 1878-tf. ISAIAH MOSER,
A large Hay-press, nearly new. that we of
fer very cheap. Enquire at the office of
thi OREGON CITY M'F'U CO.
Oregon City. June 6-2t
chas. h. caufield,
Oregon City, Ogn.
W BUY AND SELL COUNTY AND
City Orders. Notes discounted on
reasonable terms. Loans negotiated. Money
on hand at all times to loan on first class
security. Deposits received subject to order.
Six per cent, interest paid on time deposits
(not less than three months).
MHeM With J5. Ii. Eaathim in JIy.r
P L A
WE HAVE BOUGHT AN UNUSALLY LARGE STOCK AT GREAT BARGAEtS. AJCD
will offer Extra Inducements in both Quantity and Quality.
Don't diiumblcAboKt Hsird Times
After seeing how Cheap we sell our Goods. Of course you want to do tha best you can will
your money, but before you buy come and see us und we will elve you Bargains. Go4
uoods, ana ixw jmces. We have bought all
this side of San Francisco.
Ii-ocIiloo Jintl Wool.
All kinds of Produce taken, and we want all the Wool wo can get, for which w will pr
the highest market price. Remember the corner, at
Oregon City, March 8, 1878-tf.
Change of Climate wanted on account of Sickness In
A large and clioiee stock: of CLOTHING.,
DRY - GOODS, GROCERIES, Etc.,
Offered, at a Great Sacrifice !
Parties Indebted to me will please call and pay up immediately and save eoats
is Intend to close out my entire business.
STOKE FIXTURES for Sale at a Bargain.
Oregon City, May 9, 1878.
FELLOWS & HARDING,
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
PRODUCE TAKEN FROM FARMERS IN
exchange lor Groceries.
SELECT TEAS, COFFEE AND SPICES.
A splendid assortment of
Fresh Crackers and Cheese.
FOREIGN k DOMESTIC FRUITS.
And a full variety of goods usually kept In a
tirst-class Grocery Store.
We invite the citizens of Oregon City, Cane
mah and vicinity to give us a call, and if Ed.
don't give you as many and as good a quality
of poods for your money as you can obtain
elsewhere, he will leave town.
KTWe deliver Goods to all parts of the City
and Canemah free of charge.
Oregon City. March L 1877-tf.
W. A. PHILLIPS,
(Successor to T. A. Bacon)
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
SELECTED TEAS, COFFEE AND ALL
art icles used for Culinary purposes. High
est market price paid for Country Produce.
Goods delivered free to all parts of the city
or Canemah. Orders promptly filled.
Oregon City, Feb. 14. 1878-tf
FLOUR, IIAY, STRAW, OATS, POTATOES,
GRAIN SACKS AND TWINE.
TThe highest market paid in cash for all
kinds of produce .
One door south of PostofHce.
Oregon City, Sept. 13, 1877-lf.
SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS, GROCER.
1ES, CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES,
And every thing- usuaUy kept In a eoun
We Invite the public to call and examine
our stock before coins to Oregon City or Port'
land, as we are selling as cheap as Any house
in tne state, come ana get our prices.
Those indebted to the firm will please call
anu settle lmmeaiaieiy, ana Rare costs.
nov8-tf KNIGHT BROS.
fOULD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
1 1 Oregon City and vicinity that he is pre
pared to lurnish
Fir & Cedar Lumber.
Of every description, at low rates.
Dry Flooring-, Ceilinjr, Rustic,
Snrare. Ifnr chdk-lntrl 1 . 1 1 1 ...
Pickets, and fence-Poats, Cedar,
Constantly on hand.
Bireei, ana rMiiewaiir inm ir f-nn? cVinii
the shortest notice, at as low rates as It can be
purcnasea in tne state.
uive me a can at tne
ORHUON CITY SAW MILLS.
Oregon City, June 10. 1875 .-tf
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC 7 ,f AT
he has purchased Risby At Cuttlr.? saw
mill, eight miles east of Oregon City, at ithat
ho Is prepared to furnish
FIR AND CEDAR LUMBER,
of every description at low rates.
Cedar Ceiling, Rustic, Water Pipe, Fence
KTJohn Mrers. agent in Oregon City, will
keep a supply of Lumber, of all kinds, always
on hand. Ort. 6, 77-tf
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
T. 7. RHODES,
IPropri e t or.
Transient Board, 91 to 3 per Daj .
Kl ncle Steals ....-... .30 cents.
Hoard jrWffk 5 OO
Board and Lodglngr. per vrelt OO
The Table will be supplied with the best the
market affords. - .
Ball Suppers furnished on short notice, and
st reasonable terms.
v. 19. 1875 :tf
OF NEW GOODS !
the Latest Stylos, and our stock want b bt
COST FOR GASH !
TT 3? .
BFSIRES TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Oregon City and of the Willamette Val
ley, that he is still on hand and doing: uf 1
ness on the old motto, that
A JTinible Six Pence is Better than a Slm Shilling
I have Just return? d from Sau Francisco,
where I purchased ote of the
LARGEST. AND BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS
ever before offered In t his city ; and consists a
part, as follows :
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery of Every Description.
Oils, Paints and
Sash and Doors J
Plated ware. Glassware.
Jewelry ef Various Qualities
And Styles, Clocks and
Watches, Ladles and
Patent Medicines. Goods, Fancy No-
Rope, Farming tionsofErery -
Implements of Descrtptloik
All Kinds, Carpets,
Cloth, Wall Paper, tetar
Of the above list, I ean say my stock Is sfca
ever offered in this market, and wan selet4
with especial care for the Oregon City tsaaeA.11
of which I now offer for sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
No use for the ladles, or any one else, to
think of going to Portland to buy goods for I
am Determined to Sell Cheap and not to allow
myself to be
UNDERSOLD IS THE STATE OF 6REGIH.
AH I ask Is a fair chance and qdleki pay
ments, believing as I do that
Twenty Years Experience
in Oregon Cily enables me to know the re
quirements of the trade. Come one and all
and see for yourselves that the old stand ef
cannot be beaten In quality or price. It would
be useless for me to t ell you all the advantages
I can offer you in the sale of goods, as every
store that advertises does that, and probably
you have been disappointed. AH I wish to
Come, and Sec, and Examine for Tonrsdrrs,
for Ido not wish to make any mistakes. My
object is to tell all my old friends now t hat I
am still alive, and desirous to sell goods cheap,
for cash, or upon such terms as agreed upon.
Thanking all for the liberal patronage hereto
Main Street, Oregon City.
Legal Tenders and County Scrip taken at
market rates. THOS. CHARMAN.
57-50,000 lbs wool wanted by
nov. 1. T5-tf THOS. CHA RM AN.
1. .T. SLOVER
KALSOMINING AND PLASTERING.
WILL CONTRACT BY THE SQUARE
or bv the Job. The hfst stock ic the
market used in every instance.
Orders left at the Postoffice will receive
uregon City, April 18, 18T6-tf.