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U . Illlli!
To Yocxa Mux. You are
tests of your owa forUin.es.
the groat strength, of your own body and
soul. Take for your inotto, self-reliance
and industry ; for your star, faith, perse
verance and pluck, and inscribe on your
1 a uer, ''Co just and fear not.T? Don't
take too much advice ; keep at the helm
nnd alter your ship. Strikeout. Think
well of yourself. Fire above the mark
you intend to hit, Assume your position.
Don't practice excessive humility ; you
can't get above your level water don't
runup hill put potatoes in a cart and
over a rough road, and the small ones
will go to the bottom. Energy, invinci
ble determination, with a right motive,
are the levers that move the world. The
great art of commanding is to take a fair
part of the" work. Civility costs nothing
and buys everything. Don't drink ; don't
swear ; don't smoke ; don't gamble ; don't
steal : don't deceive : don't tattle. Ce
polite ; bo generous ; be kind. Study
hard ; play hard. Ee in earnest. Be self
reliant. Head good books. Love your
fellow-men as your God ; love yenr conn
try and ohqy the laws ; love virtue. Do
what your jconscience tells you to be
your duly, and leave the consequences
with God alone.
Con.Dx'x Fooi. IIim. I knew a nice old
farmer who never had a paper in his
house till he was fifty years of age. His
father left him 200 acres of choice land,
which hewotked as well as he knew how,
and made a comfortable living. One
fpring the postmaster told him that if he
would subscribe for an agricultural pa
per, road it carefully, and work accord
ing to instructions, that ho would Tarrant
him to clear a thousand dollars that year.
On these conditions he paid for the paperH
read it, worked faithfully, and at the end
of the year he figured up carefully and
found that he had cleared $9G0. He sued
the rascally postmaster for the other $-10,
but by some dodge of the law the villain
cheated him out of it. Ever since then
the old gent has been down on postmas
ters and newspapers. Rural New York
uniosiriEs of SorxD. The
corrllitioii necessary to the
, production of a musical sound is,
that the air pulses should succeed
each other in the same interval of
time. Xo matter what its origin
may be the sound becomes musi
cal. If a watch, for example,
could he caused to tick Avith suffi
cient rapidity- say 100 times a sec
ond the tici;s would lose their
individuimtv, and Llend to a must
ca3 tone. And if the st rokes of a
pigeon's winp;s could be accom
plished at the same rate, the
progress of the bird through the
air would be accompanied by mu-
sic. In the humming bird the
necessary rapidity is attained; and
yJicn we passim fronrjbirds to in
.sects where the vibrations are
more rapid, we have a musical note
as the ordinary accompaniment of
the nsci Ts llight. The pulls oi
the locomotive at starting follow
each other slowlv at first, but they
foou increase so rapidly as to be
cjncapable of beingounted. If this
increase should continue until the
pulls numbered fifty or sixty a sec
ond, the approach of an engine
"would i c heralded by an
pe:d of tremendous power.
Ill t T-l-tt
dull on Sound.
Excavations and explorations of Fngan
Home the burled city which lies beneath
Christian Come have for some time been
carried on under the personal direction of
the Pope. The results cf these explora
tions have been of the highest interest.
The predecessor of the present Pope
Gregory XVI did no little in the same
direction. During the time of Gregory,
the Monumental facade of the Claudian
Aqueduct was cleared away from the rude
works thrown up against it in some an
cient siege, and its magnificent propor
tions were fulPy disclosed. In the prog
ress of this work a Roman tomb was dis
covered beneath the rubbish, erected to
the memory of a worthy and wealthy ba
ker, Yirgilius Euryaces, and his wife.
The tomb was decorated with portrait
statues and relievo illustrating the busi
ness which led the deceased to" fortune
and to honor. A similar'work is now in
progress at theMarcian Aqueduct, and the
whole of its monumental facade is to be
cleared away from the fortifications and
superstructures of the middle ages, and
the Marcian waters are to flow, as of old,
to refresh the inhabitants of the Eternal
The most valuable of all the discove
ries made, however, is that at the ancient
wharf of the Emporium, where, buried
beneath the accumulated rubbish of more
than a thousand years, is an inexhaustible
stock of blocks of polished marble of the
most costly and rare qualities. The blocks
already taken out. some of which are of
exceeding beauty, arc valued at over
$400,003 ; and as the depot of these treas
ures is said to extend down to the left
bank of the Tiger, from the Avon tine to
the Church of St. Paul beyond the walls,
it is probable that his Holiness has there
a store of almost bot-.ndless wealth. A
mong the masses got recently vcre a great
block of rose-colored Oriental alabaster
another of povonazetto, several of giallo'
antico, and fifteen pieces of African mar
ble, of which only two had been known
in Rome. Thirteen pieces of the precious
rayrrahae, which the ancient Romans pri
zed abode all other stones, have also been
discovered. New York World.
A BES GEL TIGER. AT LARGE.
French "Mountain, between
Glen's Falls, Xew York, and Lake
George, was the scene of a genuine
sensation during the sojourn of
Campbell's circus and managerie
at that village last week. At a
late hour one night, long after the
audience had been dismissed and
the canvas pulled down, the watch
man left in charge observed a large
animal dart across his path and al
most instantly vanish in the dark
ness. Suspecting at a once that
some one or more of the wild
beasts had escaped from then
bondage, he hastened to where the
cages were corralled, and discover
ed that the largest of the two ele
phants had drawn the stake to
which lie had been fastened and
had upset the cage of the Bengal
tiger, breaking the doors and bend
ing the bars m sucli a manner as
to allow the animal to escape. To
run to the hotel, awaken the cle
ihant driver, and summon all
hands was the work of a moment.
The elephant was promptly fetter
ed, and diligent search for the
truant titrer commenced. The
scene was one of indescribable ex
citcment. None but two of the
most resolute of the showmen
would lead in the search, the re
mainder followed gt a respectful
distance, and in the greatest trepi
dation. The tiger was not long in
making known his whereabouts,
for the bleating of a calf in pain
and terror indicated tha his royal
highness was satiating his glutton
ous appetite on live veal. The
leading spirits of the hunt' ap
proached, and by the aid of their
torches, discovered that the tiger
had stricken down a yearling heif
er, and was crouched over the dy
ing., animal, greedily lapping the
blood which spurted from a largj
wound in its neck. A plan for
capture was soon devised, and Mr.
Clem. King, the keeper of the tiger,
at once set about putting it into
practice, lie procured a rope, and
making a noose in the form of a
lariat, he ascended by a ladder
from the outside of the shed to a
window, from whence he passed
to the rafters immediatoly over the
tiger, lie then gave a loud shout,
which caused the tiger to look up
ward, giving him an opportunity
to throw a lariat over; the ani
mal's head, which feat he dexter
ously accomplished. Drawing his
rone taut, he made it fast to a
beam, and another rope was passed
to him, with which he succeeded
in lassooing the tiger in the same
manner as before. Mr. Kincr then
threw the end oi one rope to a
party of men-near the entrance to
the' shed, and when they had se
cured it he threw the end of the
other rope to .another party, and
the two Hues were at once stretch
ed, each party walking in an oppo
site direction. When the tiger
would make a rush at one group
of his captors, the others would
haul taut on their line, and thus
prevent him fronts doing any mis
chief. After mftch exertion and
several ludicrous stampedes from
the bystanders, he was dragged
back to his cage, which had in the
meantime been repaired. AYhcn
he came in view of his den he
bounded in of his own accord, but
the attendants, in their haste to se
cure him, closed the iron door sud
denly and severed about a foot of
lis mnjcstic tail. Troy Times.
A Lakgk Fausl
has sold oil" a threat deal of land
recently to his children, and lie has
given away a large number of farms
to those who are not too lazy to
work them. Uncle Sam will give
anybody one hundred and sixty a
cres of lirst-class land who will be
steady and cultivate it for the next
live years. He has between four
and live millions of acres in Mich
igan, which anvbody can have for
asking and living on it awhile.
The number of acres of land undis
posed of on June 30, 18G8, amoun
ted to 1,405,360,077, including A
laska. This area, it is calculated,
is eighteen times the dimensions of
Great Britain and Ireland. The
undisposed of land is distributed
as follows :
. . 35,534. 12S
. . .G.790,99'J
. . .2.U02.G2S
An Irishman who was drinking
the health of a "bishop, gave this
toast: "May your rivcronee live to
cat the oxild hen that crows over
FRONT St., PORTLAND.
W.K.SEWALL and J.B.SPRENGEB.
The Proprietors of this well known House
having superior accommodations, guarantee
entire satisfaction to all guests.
tirs, ihe Hotel Coach will be in attendance
to convey passengers and baggage to and
from the" Hotel, free of charge. - (40tf
Office Oregon and California Stage Co.
S. D. SMITH. Geo. B. COOK.
Cor. First and Morrison Streets,
JSCS" Messrs. Smith & Cook have taken this
well known House, refitted and refurnisheh
it throughout, built a large addition, making
thirty more pleasant rooms, enlarged the
dining and sitting rooms, making it by far
the best Hotel in Portland. A call from the
traveling pubMc will satisfy them that the
above statements are true.
SMITH & COOK, Proprietors.
1ST. U TTnt and cold baths attached. iO.tf
. IX THE 110 TEL Business Again.
HAVING TAKENGEO. A. SHEPPARD
as copartner in the business and leased
th rrlhrated CLIFF HOUSE of Oregon
City, for the term of one year.we would say to
the nublic. come on. we are ready lor you,
and will accommodate you to the best of our
ability. RARLOW & SHEPPARD.
August 21. -tf.
TEW COLUMBIAN HOTEL.
Cor. FRONT and MORRISON Sts.,
The most Comfortable Hotel in the
City. Hoard and Lodging, from one to two
dollars per day, according to rooms occupied.
tree Coach to and from the house.
40tn EDWARD CARNEY, Proprietor,
No. o North Front Street, between A
and 15 Streets, Portland Oregon.
PATRICK M0RRISSEY, Proprietor
jrsTh?s well known Hotel has been newly
Furnished and Refitted, and offers superior
accommodations to the Traveling Public,
and is situated near the steamship landing.
Board and Lodging per week 00
-' " day 1 00
Coach to and from the Hotel, free of
charge. " o (40.tf
TEW YORK HOTEL,
Xo. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam-
s;i;p IaiiuiniT, l'ortfand. Oregon.
H. R0THF0S, J. J. WILKENS,
PROP III ETO US.
Board per Week 00
" ' with Lodging 0 00
" " Pav 1 0
( late L IXCOLX 1IO USE,)
Xo. SI Front street, Portland Oregon
L. P. W. QU1MBY. Pkopiuetok,
(Lute of Western Ilvtel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
State, new'.)' furnished, and it will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comfortable. The Baggage Wagon will al
ways be found at the land'ng on the arrival
of steamships and river boats, carrying bag
gage to the house free of charge
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIS STREET, Oregon City.
next BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to thorn.
T II E B A R I S S UP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon already
lauiotis Whiskies and Punch. Also
tfW Families supplied.
JM PERI AL MILLS.
Savier, LaRoque & Co.,
tnLdvcep constantly on hand fot sale, flour
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
parching feed must furnish the sack..
A. J. MONROE,
Dealer in California, Vermont
and Italian Jfarbles, Obelisks
H r j TT- .l .1 IT -i
uuonumeJiis, jxcau, ana x'uui
Mantles and Furniture Marble furnished
to order. f'23t
JOHN F. MILLER,
Swwr to J. E. MILLER- Co.,
MANUFACTURER OF AND DKALEB IS
Hoots sa sail Slaocs !
At ihe Oregon City Boot and Shoe
Store, Main street.
THE BEST SELECTION
Of Ladies', Gents', Boys', and Children's
Boots and Shoes, on baud or made to order.
LOGUS & ALBRIGHT,
Corner of Fourth and Main streets.
XfS Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
fresh and salt ments, such as
CORNED BEEF, IT A MS,
PICKELED PORK, LARD,
Ap.d everything else to be found in their line
J G. SNEATII,
32 Front Street, Portland.
GOODS BY THE PACKAGE, FOR CASH,
SAN FRANCISCO PRICES, and Freight.
f3-0rders Promptly filled in San Francisco,-if
I have been appointed Administratrix
of the Estate of A. M. HARDING, decea
sed. Creditors will present their claims,
with the proper vouchers, at the office of
Johnson & M'Cown, lawyers. Oregon City,
Oregon, within six montLs from the date
of this notice.
V. O. HARDING,
Oregon City, Oct. 1C, 1863. ni0-4t
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
CI1AS. HODGE. .CHAS. K. CALEF..GEO. W. SXE1X.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARNISHES, BRUSHES, PALTERS
Materials, ana jsrvggist' Sundries.
7 Front Street,
IMPORTATIONS ! !
Just received and placed in the warsroems,
HURGREN & SIIINDLER !
166, 1G8, 170, 17
First street," corner of Salmon,
PARLOR SETS IX TERRY,
IN l'LUSH, AND IN HAIR-CLOTH.
New Ornamental Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment f
Lounges and Spring beds.
USF" The trade supplied with goods
in original packages, on reasonable
HURGREN k SIIINDLER.
HATS! HATS! HATS!
OF EVERY STYLE
In Large Quantities can le Found
J. C- MEUSSEORFFEB, & ERO.'S
S. W. corner of Morrison and Front
streets, I'ortland, Oregon.
Also Capsoferery style, and Boys and
(Jil ls' Hats in large varieties. Give us a call
W. A. ALUR1CU. J. C. MKRRILL. JOHX M CRAKEX
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL& CO.
SHirrufG, COMMISSION AND
AGENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
Hawaiian and Oieeon Packet Lines.
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt. Sandwich Island Sugars, Collee,
Hice, and I'ulu.
Agents for Provost's & Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, IJickles and Vinegar.
Dealers in Flour, Grain, Uacon, Lard &
Fruit, Lime, Cement and Plaster.
Will attend to the Purchase, Sale or Ship
ment of Merchandise or Produce in New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland.
ALDKICH, MERRILL & CO.,
Nos 201 and 20o California Street,
M' CRAKEX, MERRILL & CO.,
ltj North Front Street, I'ortland.
J. F. JONES & Co.,
Corner of Main and Second Streets,
Steam Coffee and Spice Hills,
The best Chartres, Old Govornment Java
Ground Coffee, and all kinds of Spices, sd
wavs on hand. Orders solicited and prompt
ly "tilled. 3J:tf
Harvest of 1869 ! !
Selling off to Close Bus incus,
Anl no IIUMIIUGr !
TJae Entire Stoclt!
C0TS AND SHOES,
lleDs' Ladies, Misses and Childreus'
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to be sold
Regardless of Price!
To convince yonrself with rc5pect to
this matter, call t the old corner.
South of Tope 4" Co.'s Tin Store,
Painting', Psiinti n
China Glossing, Imitations
Of all kinds
Wood siikI Marble !
Executed as well as can be done on tlie Pacific
Coast. Examine our work andJuJge fvr
5Evcry order attended to with care and
expedition. C E. M VERA Y,
West Door Ralston's Iirick,
Main st., Oregon City
Is hereby given that my wife Sarah E.
Lamb, has left my house and home without
any just provocation and this is to warn all
persons against trusting her, as I shall pay
no debts of her contracting from and af ter
this date. II. A. LAMB.
43.2t Saturday, October 2nd, 1309.
WHEN THE BELL RINGS
LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTIVE.
Now is the Time to
While they are
Having purchased the entire Stock of Goods, fixtures, etc.
Df Messrs. Jacob & Brother, and moved into the stand lately
occupied by that firm, I am now better prepared than ever to
attend to the wants of my customers, and having a double
amount of, very desirable goods on hand, I have decided to
Sell blF at Cost for 'the next Sixty Days, in order to reduce
the stoclil In order that all may rest assured of this fact 1
ask you to call and satisfy yourself. My stock consists, in part
of the following articles :
0 LADIES DUESS GOODS. BALMORALS, HATS of various descriptions;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sacks ;
KID GLOVES, best quality ;
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, all widths :
BOOTS AND SHOES : HATS AND CAPS : CLOTHING:
FINE BLACK DUESS SUITS ;
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS ;
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities.
- F?T A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a large stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
. 7lST All kinds of Produce lJoiiglit.-"fY, 3RAGS WANTED.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Furniture,
rrAKES THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
I the public that lie has now on hand
a large invoice of
SQUARE AND EXTENSION TABLES,
And Various other Qualities of Rich
and Medium Furniture
Forming a complete and desirable assort
ment, which merits the attention of buyeis.
He MANUFACTURES FURNITURE
Using good materials, and employing th
very best mechanics in the State, hence hf
can warrant his goods to be as represented,
and he is prepared to fill all orders with
He would call the attention of the public
to his salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment oi desirable jooda in the
Main street, Oregon City.
1 1 Ha li 1 11 U JJ li IL. 13
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good as can be obtained ariwlicre in the
Stale. Orders solicited ;ind promptly filled.
M FRONT STREET,
Has on hand, and is constant
ly receiving direct from the East, a large and
carefmly selected stock of
Crockery, Glass Ware, Plated Ware,
Lamps, etc., all of which he offers at prices
to suit the tin e. at Wholesale and Retail,
35f Dealers will do well to call and exam
ine his stock, and learn his prices, before
II. C. MYERS.
J. MYERS & BRO.,
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREOON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
We also constantly keep on hand
SALEM CASS IM ERE S, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we will sell at the Factory Prices,
and will take wool in exchange.
3?We will also pay the highest price for
Rutter. Eggs, and all kinds of good country
produce. We will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
3T Give us a call and satisfy yourselves.
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregou City Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, and the very
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort ot a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Ulacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing neatly, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
Buy your Goods !
going Cheap d
joun m. isAcoar,
Successor to JOHN FLEMING,
At Charnui'i 5 ll'iimei ' old ftaiid, lately oc
cupied by S. Ackennin,(Iui)i stittt,
Orfgem CHy, Oregon.
IMPORTER AND DEALER TX
IES K CCD S3 :E2JsL s3 9
KEEP CONSTANTLY ox HAND
a large and wel'i selected .-tock ot Hooks
Stationery, and Drugs, comprising in part 0
Standard and Miscellaneous Rooks,
Medical, Mining, and Scientific
Books, 1 hcolo"icol and Beno (El
ions Rooks, Juvenile and
Toy Books, Sabbath and
Day School Books,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Blank Books in Every Style, I'ass
Books, Memorandum Books, and
Time Rooks, Drawing, Trac-
injr and Tissue Paper,
PHOTO GRAPHIC ALBUMS,
Arnolds1, Maynard tt' JXoyes,J and
David's Inks, Mucilage, Sheet
Music, Music I'opcr, and
X otc Rooks.
All of Which he will Sell at the
A General Variety of Drugs and
Patent Medicines, Constantly
on hand, for sale.
ens' Si hool Teachers, and parents of Sclu 1
ars will find it to tht-ir advantage to inspect
my stock and prices, before purchasing else
tC- Rooks Imported to Order. Orders res
pectl'ully solicited and promptly tilled.
Agent for the Sun Francisco Times, and
Eastern periodicals, and pap'-rs.
W. F. HIGHFIELDj
Established since 1849, at the ohl stand,
Main Slrtet, Oregon City, Orejon.
An Assortment of Watches, Jew
elry, aad Soth Thomas' weight
Clocks, all of which are warranted
to le as represented.
I.epairuivs done on short notice.
jand thankful for past favors.
. . o
All orders for the delivery of merchan
dise or packages and freight or whatever des
cription. to any part of the city, will be exe
cuted promptly and with care.
IRON WORKS COMPANY!
And Boiler Builders!
Xorth Front and E sts.,
THESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
bank of the river, one block north of
Couch s harf. and hare facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and etlicientlv.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years gives
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purposes. We are prepared t(7 exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! 1 MINING PUMPS ! !
&C, &C, &C.
Manvfacture and Repair Machinery of all
linds. IRON SHUTTER WORK at San
Francises cost and freight. Wheeler Ran
dalls Patent Grinder and Amalgamator.
Dttnoar's and- Steven's Slf Adjustinj Patent
PiUm Pack ing, either 'applied, to old, or new
steam cylinders. Quartz Stampers, Shoes and
dies,if the best hard iron. 3:1
Thomas Charinan i
C . j y-y . . t
successor 10 VJliJCJIAJY Jjl0
DEATH OF A1V Tmrx
l compel'.ed me again to chan
of the firm of CH AWMAX & BRo "r.B an
THOMAS CHARMAN-havinepuiS hatt)f
the estate all the interest held br miSed6'
er in the stock of good owned , n oth
& Brother, taking effect January M, isS'1
Will be Carried on as Isual
Ayi) A FULL STOCK
Will be kept up by me, and will con;
part, of the following branches of
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Hats, Cops, Boots and Shoes
Faiiiy JXolions, Perfumery
Anil Pufr.r lr. j-
Paints, Oils, Colors,
Bye Stuffs and varnish,
Qucensicare, Crockery d' Larnj,t
Sash, Doors, and Window Blinds
JfardwareTools and Cutlery, '
Hope, and. Nails
Of Every Bescrijui
I ask Especial Attention to my
; FINE TEASp
COFFEE A N D SUGAR,
GROCERIES OF EVERY
OF ALL KINDS. O
jeOf" Attention will bg)paicPto
icm wiiii n;e on Louitni.siion
NotVtR Mv llll-iillfw ivWli lt -.1,. f
- ' ' ' ' ' ran n lltj IHTOf
me with tgjeir patronage, will be done on j
.oli b.ims-uui iegai ienaer will be r
ecu ru me imu ivri UOiauon.S.
Agent WELLS FA KG 0 & CO.
wnu ineir patronage i!iai(i;s!i;til use my best
ability to please them, nrjd all orders" t-h.iii
meet with prompt attention. My ficilitiei
lor tioing business arenas good as attj- l,0Use
in urcgon, and 1 pledge myself to sell as
Cheap as any House in good standing in t(ls
State. I will not beuudersold by any one-
J . lease give me a call and examine for your
. l '!'! i. : c - I- '
h'ih's. i iiiin m ii g t ou nir pa!, iavors,
I remain, Respectfully vonrs.
THOMAS CHARM AN.
JX THE CIKCUIT COURT
Of the St:ve of Oregon for Chickan,
County Simon S. Markhani.tdtlf, vs. Ileiirv
Oliver and Elvira Oliver d efts'. Suit iu touitv
.. C ...... A, ..... ,.
To Henry Oliver and Elvira Oliver defts:
T il.o'n.in.. f .1.. t X'
are r: qui red to appear and answer the com
Iihiint lik d against you in said court, in tl,
.i : . I . l . , - .i - .
aioc ciitiuen eause, wunin ten aas alter
the service of this Summons upon "you, if
served in Clackamas County, or twen'y dav4
u served in siny oincr cfwnty in sa:d
And unless you appear and answer .-aid coir-
plaint in said time, or on or before the firt
d.iy oi the term" of said Court commencii,"
next after the expiration of six weeks finm
the publication ot this Summonm, to-wit:0n
1 it? jourth JIondaf of October,
.. i'. nie j lainiur wi.i apply to lie
Court for the relief demanded in "the com
plaint, namely: A judgment against you for
t lie Mini of three hundred and three dniiarj
and thii ty-three cents ($:o3.3.'J-lt)0) in U
coiu com, and interest thereon s nee ii.tn
T'.Mav, fC,7. at ten per cent, per month. at.-
for a dc-eree foreclosing your ;iui;yofrtp
demption in the property described in com-
plaint, to-wit : Lot No, 4 in block No. -Kb
the town of Oregon City, Clackamas o untv,
Uiegen, ana lor the costs and disbars ma
of this suit. y order of lion. W. W. UfU
Judge. JOUNWA &McCOv.,
Sept. 17, 1SCJ 15-OCf l'ltir's Attornm
X TJIK CIIUIT COURT
Of the State of Oregon fr Clacte:
" , . . . II . , A I . - ... - I
miuiK i i ut i aiviei, piainim. vs. esK
Allison, defendant. Suit to foreclose ilu
To Nelson Allison, Defendant :
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon are
required to appear and answer the ci.nij-laiL
niea againsi you in said court, in tlie i l ore
entitled cause within ten davs alter the ser
vice of thisuinnions upon you, if srcilit
Clackamas county, er twenty days if s.ttc(1
in any other county in faid State. And no
jess you appearand answer said complain
in said time, o-ron or befcre the first day
of the term of said ccurt, commencing ni
after the expiration of six weeks from tie
publication of Has summons, to wit :
On the foi&th Monday in Oct oh
A. i. ISii'.t. the plaintiff will apply to tk
c urt for the lelief demanded in the crc
jdaint, namely a judgment against yu for th-
siim oi ; . in United btatcs ahi or me
coin, and interest since M 'V ':b, lfi.'!, and
for a decree fo.eclo.-ing a mortgage en Li I
d sciiocd in complaint ; al?o, fur costsattl
Uy order f Tfon. W. W. Upton, Judge.
O JOHNSON & JlcCOWX.
4LCt. Attorneys for I'laint:.
All persons who have heretofore pmc'ii:j
ed lots of ClackamasCouiity.in what iskn
as the 4 Countv Addition" to Oregon City.
Clackamas County, Oregon, and whob
not received deeds fur the same, are lierJ
notified that the County is ready toiM'J
them DEEDS, UPON TliESENTATION w
THEIll liONDS for the same. This n"'
is also intended to annlv to the successors'1
the right of Dr. John McLaughlin, to haj
seventy four lots reserved from the openui"
of said !cLaurlilin's convevnnce tothecocE
ty. The County is ready to convey thesj
upon proper selection and proof.
J5y order of the Count v Court.
44.4tJ J. M. FKAZEK, County Cj
The traveling public are hereby noti
that the bridge across Molal.a on the Mr
road leading from Oregon City, via i':'
and Barlow"s Prairies "to Salem, is in a ?
unsafe ajid dangerous condition, on'f',
Clackamas County will not tie responsible
accidents m crossing the same. And y
public are notified that there is a good w
statitial bridge across Molalla about i'1
above the present traveled stage raod. s"
persons coming toward Oregon City, v
Salem and Aurora will find the roadie
to said upper bridge by turning ti the i
after rfiinnr riwlii ir ami miin''
Oregon Citvtoward Salem turn to the f
short distance above Josep Parrotta
f irm houseon said road done by ortltTt.
County Clackamas County, Oregon.
J. M. FUAZEK, County (
43."t. October 5th, 1
The Co-partnership heretofore exis:f
between the undersigned, under tlie
name of DILLEIi MILLKIl, wtho'
dissolved, by mutual consent.
Sept 7th, I860. A. F. MILLJ
The buiines3 will be carried on as y;
by the undersigned, at the old s-tand, Li-k
Bakerv, West side Main street, Oregon t jj-
.Sent. 7th. lS'JU il.it I L. UlUt