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TOWS AND COUNTY.
(Jitv Ei.kction". The election for city
oflicers took place last Monday, and pass
ed off quietly. The following persons
werecel: Mayor. Dr. F. Barclay;
Recorder. James A. Smith ; Councilmen,
A. J. Appcrsou. IL Jacobs. N. W.Randall.
(J. r. Church, W. W Buck, Wm. Brotigh
ton and J. J). Miller: Assessor end Col
ieror. S. D. Pope; City Treasurer, F. O.
MSCowan ; City Attorney. C. E. Warren ;
Marshaloand Street Commissioner, J. W.
livan. All Radicals.
Organized. On Friday, April 29th. C.
Ileal organized ljCthel Lodt So. 122. I.
O. CI. T., with : charter members. Wa
onJ.i Lodge, No. 123, with 40 charter
members, on May 2d, and on May 3d,
Wheatland Lodge, No. 124, with 55 char
ter members. Just as the last name was
i-igned. the floor of the building Jjroke
uown, falling a distance of six feet, creat
ing a great alarm. All obeyed orders and
n ) one was injured. O
Ci.osk. The first term of Mr. James R.
Sell wood's private school closed yester
day. Mr. S. has given general satisfaction
to those who have attended his school for
the past term. The attendance was not
as large as m'ght have been desired, yet
it was probably as large as could Lave
been expected, considering that it was the
first quarter. Let it once become an
established institution, and the number
will ineiease. Notice-will be given when
h,o next term will commence.
Ciikkkv Blossoms. Mr. J. R. Ralsfon
1 ft at this office a limb of cherry blossom-,
from the orchard of Mr. W. 15. Part
low. which contained more blossoms than
we had ever seen on any single limb. It
would be impossible for n s to even esti
mate tlsV number on it. Rut this we do
know, that they were so thick and large
that neither the limb nor leaves could be
seen through them. If we can find an in
dustrious boy we will have them counted
and give the resulOiext week.
Fi:i.r. oi-K tiik L'iaif. A mau named
"Wilmot J. Mitchell, who has been going
by the name of Geo. Young, of Company
1). 2:.5do)U. S. Infantry, fell oJF the bluff
back of the residence of J. W. Lewis, last
Sunday night, lie died on
day trom the injuries received.
IVvtc. The Good Templars of thia
city tfgk a picnic excursion to Butte
v'.lle. l;i-t Saturday. About 150 persons
lelt on board of the Dayton and
arrived fft Rutteville about 10 o'clock,
and rem lined until 1. All that went had
a vrry pleasant lime.
Tin: Boats. The Alert, running be
tween this place and Portland, is tempo
rally laid up, and consequently we have
but one boat Ljily for the present. The
Albany has been placed on the upper
liver for the summer trade, and the Echo
taken o!f, to be dismantled.
Stkakixg. 1 Ion. Jas. II. Slater, Demo
cratic nominee for Congress, and Hon. J.
G. Wilson, Republican, will address the
citizens of this place, at the Court House,
this (Fiiday) evening
Corjfjr Candidates. By reference to
part of this issue, the appoint
ments for speaking of the county candi
dates will be found. Let the voters turn
out and hear them.
Tiik Mau,. The Oregon and California
Stage Company are now running their
s'ages through to Portland. They pass
through this city about 3 o'clock.
Dii vi) Don. A little child about i years
of ageCVas biC by a dog last Wednesday.
The father of the child killed the dog. It
w a s j u s t i !5 a b 1 e 1 1 o m i c i d e.
gFn;::. The loof of the residence of Mr.
JVm. Foutj at Canemah, caught fire on
the 20th of April. Damage about $200.
Drill. The Cataract Hose Company
were out drilling last Friday evening.
The Company is becoming very proficient
in the handling of the hose.
Tiik ball last Thursday evening, for the
"benefit of tlijj Eckford Base Ball Club,
was a very pleasant party. All hands en
joyed themselves, besides the novelty of
the calico dresses and suits.
Several fights occurred last Monday
night. In one case pistols aim knives were
freely shown, but no one badlv hurt.
The County Court has been in session
during the past week. We will publish
the proceedings in full in our next issue.
Qi'AR rKKi.Y Mkktixo. The Quarterly
meeting of the M. E. Church Sunday
school, was held in this city last Tuesday.
and adjourned last Thursday.
. - .
Iv the Dark. The street lamps were
not lighted last Saturday night. "Whose
fault is this ?
Republicans of Wasli-
ixiSfon Territory 1V placed in
tion two tickets. Garfielde was nominated
by the Federal officials, and the honest
Republicans have placed in the field Mar
shal Rlinn, one of the largest mill owners
nnd influential men on the Sound. This
will give Mr. Mix. the Democratic candi
l.ite an easy victory. Garfieide was doomed
before this last nomination, but this seals
his fate dcQbly.
Overland Monthly. We have received
the May number of this popular and in
teresting magazine. This number is fully
tip to thojhigh reputation wiiiek tiiat peii
.odical has obiaiued.
From the Daily Herald.
Petitions are in circulation in Multno
mah county, praying the Legislature to
pass a law consolidating the city govern
ment of Portland with that of the county.
A bell has been cast in Portland, at the
Willamette Iron Works, for the Baptist
Church in Eugene City. This is the'first
bell cast in Oregon, and is said to be clear
and tine toned. It weighs 230 pounds.
A rumor reached us that the body of
young Dodge, who was lost by the capsiz
ing ot the schooner Champion, in Shoal
water Bay. a few weeks since, had been
Chas. Jell, administrator of the estate
. .., -- - - ' ' 1 1 i i : i. 7 ( il ie
Jell, recently killed by falling
ridge in East Portlandhas insti-
of Mrs. J
from a brid
tutt d suit against the county for $3,000
One of the clubs organized by the Fif
teenth Amendments in this city has died
a natural death. Cause assigned that the
opposition club underbid them and got
all the money dUbuied by the Republi
cans, at their late primaries.
A large number of men, who have been
lately employed on the Oregon Central
Railroad, were discharged yesterday. We
were not informed as to the cause of their
dismissal. Rumor has it that politics is at
- From the Orcgonian.
The question as to whether the town
lots in a church yard which are not actu
ally covered by the church, buildings, are
liable to taxation, was argued before
Judge Upton, in Chambers, in the case of
the First Baptist Church of Portland vs.
Al. Zeiber, Sheriff of Multnomah county.
The law of this State says that houses of
worship and the lots on which they stand,
when used for religious purposes only',
are exempt from taxation. The enclosure
in which the Baptist Church stands com
prises four town lots, on one of which the
Church edifice stands the Assessor assess
ed the other three as liable to be taxed.
The case above was brought to restrain
the Sheriff from collecting such tax. The
case is a new one. the question having
never been raised before in this State, and
as most, if not all. the churches in this
city owning lots which are used as church
yards, desired a test case for all. this has
excited considerable interest. After hear
ing the arguments of the counsels, the
Court ordered that the Sheriff be restrain
ed until further orders as the final decree
of the Court cannot be given until the
regular term time. But the question may
be regarded as finally settled.
The residence of James Sir.Mi. at the
Dalles, was destroyed by fire last week.
Loss about $3,000.
From the Albany Democrat.
Lieut. Volney Smith, eldest son of the
late Delazon Smith, has retired from the
U. S. army and now occupies the office of
County Clerk in Arkansas. He expects to
visit Oregon next month.
We learn from Mr. Jas. II. Doutbit. one
of the Commissioners to locate Agricul
tural College lands, that the lands have
all been located 00.000 acres.
We are positively informed that Mr.
Jacob Smith, who was some weeks ago
murdered by Indians in Arizona Territory,
was a brother of Wm. M.Simth, of Santiam
precinct, in this county.
We regret to learn that Dr. Hill's health
is still precarious. Mm. iMiwiu UeacU is
also dangerously ill.
There are several cases of measles in
town. Other communities can be supplied
on liberal terms, v-ith great inducements
From die Register.
John Davis was adjudged insane by the
County Judge, on Thursday, and was tak
en to Portland by the Sheriff on Friday.
Davis was a mason by trade, but had been
engaged in farming near this city lately.
Mrs. Lisle had the misfortune, one day
last week, to fall and break two rib's
on the right side.
The Salem Statesman says that the Sis
ter's School in that place has a very full
attendance ; 20 boarders, with 100 day
scholars. There will be a class of nine to
graduate this year, the most of whom re
side in Salem. This speaks well for Salem.
From the Ensign.
"We are informed that a new Republican
county convention was called for the 3d
inst., in Coos county. This step was
caused by the withdrawal of the candi
dates nominated by the former conven
tion. Things don't seem to move very
smooth with the Radicals in Coos county."
A man named Paquet was recently held
to answer on a charge ot an assault with
a dangerous weapon on Wm. Painter, in
The lands within 20 miles of the Ore
gon a.id California railroad as far south
as Roseburg, have been withdrawn from
market, and all odd sections within 30
miles are reserved as iudemaity lauds to
the railroad company.
Work on the Coos Bay Wagon Road
was commenced at a point ten miles from
from Roseburg last week.
A gentleman from Myrtle Creek informs
us that very rich diggings were struck
last week, on Myrtle Creek, in a gulch
that bad not before been thoroughly pros
The Jacksonville Xfics savs that SI. 100
was neled at a fair in that place, given bv
the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus
The Dunns Meeting.
The court house at Dallas was
filled to overflowing on Monday, to listen
to the remarks of Hon. Ren Havden, who
delivered one of most t,ioqi;.nt
in behalf of the cause of Democracy.
Mr. Hayden denied that he or hh nartv
were in favor of. or pledged to. repudia
t.on. as all the lying Radical newspapers
of the State will persist in bowline ih it
he held Ihe same views as Pendleton
oor.iees and other leading Democrats of
the Union : th-it he was in favor of an
equitable adjustment and for pavin the
bondholders all that was due them, if any
thing, on such a basis. He lashed the
Radical leaders and their hired nres with
a whip as only Ren can handle, and if any
oi inoe present imagine he was to b
laid cn the shelf in June, they were pretty
well convinced to the contrary at the
adjournment. Mr. Hayden wound up
with a beautifully touching allusion to his
early settlement in the county ; the factor
his children being buried there ; of his
own expectation of being laid by their
sides; his attachment to the peop'le and
interests of his connty. which brought
tears to many aa eye not used to the
" melting mo-id." We cannot do justice
to such a speech- as. it must have been
heard to be appreciated ; but we do know
that it did good service and that Polk
county i safe for Ben and the rest of the
ticket all, Radical lies to the contrary not
Willamette Lodge No. 151. O. G. I
Meets, every Saturdav evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner'of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend, liy ordr of W. C. T.
5 to e s?
P r q if H
TO THE WORKING CLASS. We are
now prepared to furnish all classes with con
stant emploj-ment at home, the whole of the
time or for the spare moments. Business
new, light and profitable. Persons of either
sex easily earn from 50c. to - per evening
and a proportional sum by devoting their
whole time to the busiuess business. Hoys
and girls earn nearly as much as men. That
all who see this notice may send their nd-d;e-s.
and test tne busines, we make this
unparalleled offer: To such as are not well
satisfied, we will send 1 to pa for the
trouble of writing. Full particulars, a valu
able sample, which will do to commence
work on. and a copy of The. People's Litera
ry Companion one of the largest and best
family newspapers published all sent free
by mail. Reader, if you want permanent,
profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN & CO.
Augusta, Maine. 3.3m 1
If you wish the very best
Cabinet Photographs, "von mist call on
BRADLEY fc RULOFSON, 43 y Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
BAILEY, HARDING & CO.,
Successors of L. Dili.kr in the Lincoln
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITI
zens of Oregon City and surrounding
c n rv, that they keep constantly on hand
and for sule, all kinds of
BREAD, CR VCKEI1S,
CA ES. PASTRY,
C A NDIE- AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, and goods deliver
ed at the residence of the purchaser when
The highest prices paid for Butter, Eggs
A liberal share of public patronage is re
spectfully solicited. 1
April 23. lS7o;Iy
SINGER & WERTHEIMER,
FOR THE MAS C FACTO 1Y OF
SASH, BLINDS AND DOORS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES,
jgrg- They will also do TURNING, of every
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatch !
Furniture store at Wertheimer's stand.
ALL WO UK WARRANTED.
Shop on th River, back of Ackermin's
23.1yJ Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Proposals for Cavalry Horses.
II K.mni'AHTERs Dept. of tub Columbia,
Office Chief Q. M., Portland, April :j, 187o. )
1Y AUTHORITY RECEIVED FROM
3 the Rvt. Maj. Gen. commanding the
Department, SEALED PROPOSALS in trip
licate will be received at this office up to
noon on Tuesday, the loih day of .May, 1S70,
for the delivery in this city, or at Fort
Dalles, Oregon, of (2-"0) Two "Hundred and
Fifty CAVALRY HOUSES of the stand
ard age and size, viz : "From (I.") fifteen to
(lij) sixteen hands high, and from (5 five to
(t) nine years old."
Proposals will be considered for tl e whole
number required or for bauds of not less
than fifty horses.
All horses presented will be subject to the
inspection of a 13oar of Inspectors.
The delivery to commence on Wednesday,
June 22, and be completed by the 1st da' of
All bids should state the price per capita,
in coin, at these Headquarters, and the price
must be expressed in writ.ng as well as
A deposit by an accepted dra't of 5 per
cent, on the amount of the bid will be re
quired as a guarantee that a bond will be
entered into if a contract is awarded.
R. SAX TON,
13vt. Dris- Gen. and Qr. Mas. U.S. A.,
Chief Or. Mas. Dept. of the Columbia.
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions ot his premises, at the olu stand
Corner of Main and Third streets.
Oregou City . Oregon
Takes this method to inform his old pat-
i rons, and as rnanv new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, ana tne verj
best of mechanics, to budd anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort ol a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Blacksmitiiinsr, Horse or Ox-slioeing, and
eeneral Iobbiug ucatlv, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMI ril.
Opposite Excelsior Market
No. IT Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship landing, Portland, Oregon.
H. R0THF0S, J. J. WILKENS,
Board per Week ? m
" " " with Lodging...
" " Day
32 Front Street, Portland.
GOODS BY THE PACKAGE, FOR CASH.
SAN FRANCISCO PRICES, and Freight.
JCSOrders Promptly filled iaSan Francis
co, if de&ired. Cil.ii
W. WEATHERFQRD & CO.,
DRUGS, OILS, PAIMS,&C,
I RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTEN-
tion ot the trade and consumers to their
Stock of GQods, cousin-ting of
AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.
An assorted stock of
PAINTS AND PAINTERS"
M ED 1 CI X ES, C II EM IC aLS
AND DYE STUFFS, WINDOW
GLASS, BRUSHES, &c. &c, Ac.
With a selected assoitrnent of
Fancy Good3 and Perfumery,
And offer goods in their line at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Drujg'sts, lijf Front Street,
March 19, lS7(:lf
e. f. ku-skll,
lie J Estate Atlornej.
C. V. FKRRY,
Russell & Ferry,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Northwest corner of First and Washington
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
Sale of Real Estate. Collections made
in Oregon and Washington Territory.
A large amount of desirable City Prop
erty, Town Lots, Improved Farms. Stock
Ranches. Timber Lands &c, situated in the
best portions of Oregon and Washington
Territory, for sale on reasonable terms.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
PROCTOR AXA SOLICITOR.
Practices in State and U. S. Ccurts.
Office No. 108 Front Street. Portland, Ore-jon,
Opposite McCormick's Rook Store.
STEERS & HiNDE,
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
IVines, J3ran7ie$, Whiskies, Utc.
No. 40, Fkont Street, Portlaxd, Oregox
Constantlv on hand a genuine article of
THE MANHATTAN LIFE,
yortk lirltish and Mercantile Fire
E. D. WHITLOW,
lUf OREGON CITY AGENT.
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
I,ate Mack Hatch t
The patronage of those desiring First Class
Operation, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. R. Nitrons Oxyde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
OfFiCK In Weigant's new building, west
side of First street, between Alder and Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregon.
C. W. POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IRON.BRA
ZIE s" COPPER. LEAD PIPE. IRON
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RUHREtt
HOSE. FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general assoit
ent" of House Fur-
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also at rui k siuvw Djuitu vou
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE. LANTERNS,
LAMPS AN D OIL. LLCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. '
C. AV. PQPE"& CO.
l:ljj Oregon City Oregon.
The undersigned having sold out the Lin
coln Bakery, respectfully request all. who
ure indebted to him to ca!I at the Willamette
Fish Market and settle their accounts before
the 6th of May, 1870, or they will be placed
in the hands of J. A. Smith for collection.
All persons having bills against me, will
please present the sane for payment.
Oregon City, April IS, 1870.
Ulultnomah Litxlge Ao. 1, A. . antl
a A. 31. Holds its regular communi
e cations on the First and Third Sat
r urdays in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2Ah of September to the 2ith of
March, andT4 o'clock from the 2oth of March
to the 20th of September. Brethren in gooc.
standing are invited to attend.
LIFE INSURANCE CQMP'Y !
United States of America.
WASHINGTON, I). C.
Branch Office at Philadelphia,
Where the business of the Company is
transacted, and to which all general
correspondence should be addiesed.
Philadelphia, Clarence II. Clark, Jay Cooke,
F. Ratchford Starr, J. Hinckley Clark, Geo.
P. Tyler, W. G. Moorhead.
Washington, Henry D. Cooke, E.A.Rollins
Wm. E. chandler, Jolin D. Defrees.
New Y'ork, Edw. Dodge, H. C. Fahnestock.
CLARENCE II. CLARK, President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance
And Executive Committee.
nENRY D. COOKE, Vice P-esident.
EMERSON W.PEET, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretarj'.
FRANCIS G. SMITH.M.D., Medical Director.
J. EW1NG MEARS, M. D., Assistant.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, 1). C,
and Geo. HARDING, Philadelphia,
The Most Successful Life
Insurance Company of
The World !
Having issued in the first TEN months ot
15,142,800 Dollars !
This Company effords to its Policy Holders
By its Cash paid up Capital of One Million
Dollars, and guarantees to the Insured,
Low Rates of Premium !
LARGE DIVIDENDS IN ADVANCE,
OR. 4 REVFRSIONARY DIVIDEND Or
100 PER CENT. BY ITS
Return Premium Plan I
Wells, Fargo & Co.
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
W. E. HALE MANAGER.
A. . ELLI, M. !.,
AGENT FOR OREGON".
OFFICE IN CREEPS BUILDING,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and First sts.)
ENTRANCE ON STARK STREET,
s. d, popeTlocal agent,
GENERAL AGENTS I
JAY COOKE & CO. No. 216 Broadway, Y.
General Agents for New York an 1 "Jorth
era New Jersey. J. U. Qrvi'j ad D. C.
E. W.CLARK & CO. Bankers, No. 3. South
Third street, Phila'.elpnia, General Agents
for Pennsylvar.a and Southern New Jer
sey. C. S. Russell, Manager.
JAY COOKE & CO. Washington, General
Southern AgeDts. E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLTS & CO. Chicago, General Agents
for llliuols, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minn.
JOHN W. ELLIS & CO. No. 122 Walnut St.
Cincinnati, General Agents for Ohio r
Central and Southern Indiana.
S. A. KEAN & CO. Detroit, Gene- .al Keuts
for Michigan and Northern D'dia j)
W. Kean, Manager,
T. B. EDGAR, St. Louis.
Missouri and Kansas
General Agent for
C. Orvis, Manager.
ROLLINS CHA- TDIEPv Boston
Agents for , ,cw EngIand and East(?.
Province ,fpanaj1 T t, a.
.... lutcr u
JOIINton BROTHERS & CO. Bait?
G'.oeral Agents for Maryland, W.
SVM. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal,
AgfBt X tfe r0J2isfca cf Caaa
Over 20,000 Persons
Testify to the Wo ideiful cures ot
Dk. J. VT. 'MURRAY'S
Balsam for tho Liver and Blood.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY.
Or.t of the Cetehrated Physicians of Portland,
nai's he is cvivd oftht hung and Liver cum
plaint, and that he vtci-t his life to Dr. Mar
ia Lang and Liver Balsam. Read ichat
he says: Portlaxo, May 21. l'9.
I have tried Dr. J. W. Murray's
Lung and Liver Rilsam. I used it in my fam
ily with the best of success. I was sick for
some months, and used every remedy. I
called several physicians, but tbey did mo no
ood. I exhausted every remedy known to
the medical profession, and received no ben
efit. This Lung and Liver B iNam cured me,
and I do not he.-ilate to recommend it to the
public and my Iriends, as a good and safe
rem dv. Those who know me, as many do
in this Stat, know that I would not recom
mend them to use a thing that has no merit,
because I am opposed t; quack remedies.
G. W. BROWN. M. D.
ft2l- For sale at BELL & PARKER'S, and
at a.l Dmr Stores on the Faciiio Cost. ltf
Thomas Charman !
Successor to CHARM AN BRO.,
THE DEATH OF MY BROTHER HAS
compel'ed me again to change the name
of the firm of CHARMAN & BRO. to that of
THOMAS CHARMAN haying purchased of
the estate all the interest held by my broth
er in the stock of good. owned by Charman
& Brother, taking effect January 3d, 1SG0.
Will be Carried on as Usual
AND A FULL STOCK .
Will be kept up by me, and will consist, in
part, of the following branches of trade :
Dry Goods and Clothing ,
IIatss Cap, Boots and Shoes ,
Fancy Notions. Perf umery
And Patent Medicines.
Paints, Oils, Colors,
Dye Stuffs and Varnish,
Queensicare, Crockery & Lamps
Sash. Doors, and Window Blinds,
Ilardivare, Tools and Cutlery,
Hope, and Nails
Of Every Description.
I ash Especial Attention to my
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
GROCERIES OF EVERY
OF ALL KINDS.
&B Attention will be paid to any business
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Business with all who favor
me with their patronage, will be done on a
com basis but Legal Tender will be re
ceived at the market quotations.
Ixr?" I desire to say to all woo lavor me
with their patronage that I shall use my best
ability to please them, and all orders shall
meet with prompt attention. My facilities
for doing business aie as good as any house
in Oregon, and I pledge myself to sell as
Cheap as any House in good standing in the
State. I will not be undersold by anv one
Please give me a call and examine for your
selves. Thanking you for past favors.
1 remain, Respectfully yours,
IS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CiTY, OREGON.
"VTTHERE HE WOULD INVITE HIS
V V friends, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
Hoots snal SIiocs,
Hals aifici Caps,
Having frorr, many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN S MAIL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Sdence the Cry of Portland Piiceal
Oregon City, August 28th, 1SG9.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance o' a
license 0f the lion. County Court of the
State o'; Oregon, lor the county of Umatilla,
bearr d ate on the 4th day of April, A.
I7' ), I will Her for sale, and seU to Jth;e,
' .srhest cash bidder, on the loth dayevf l?ay.
lH7o. at 1 o'clock in the JV'.cernoon oi thitday
atthe Court IIou-p oor, ivi Orejsti Cityt'in
the county of kamas, State' of 0-egou,
all the r; nt tjtie aiHi ftrfere'st of Henry
Hamn'.jt, eea anti tJeoftre Wl'diam Rees,
minors. jCing an undrtidedon-fourth inter
est, res pective'.y. of all the following des
cribed reRl esfafe, lying and being in the
coun .y o CucSainas, mthe State of Oregon,
to"v it: The west half of the northwest
V .artervndthe west naif of the southwest
carter Of section No. twenty-two (2-,
towns-op No. five (5), sonth range
. . ;r the uarts eaoi
ourter of section No. twenty-one (U) "
trasbip. and more partieuUit t
s follows: Commencing at thtt
cror of section So. tity-0
hapNo.five (5). soma ten
st, ana ruuu.uH .Tr, nii sixty
ne-nce fcuuwi rod- thence norm
a.J3, thence east rm TpAs,. to the
hundred aa ssJ. ""A
...... i!- nnsi
gface of beging-
Dated, April OtU, "ORGZ REES
. . . T.nr Guardian.-
r.rn. A- Aja ...
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. IS. ISiciisii'dsoii,
Corner of Front and Oak utrtets, Portland.
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Mrba
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iroa ;
English Square and Octagon Cast steel j
Horse hoes, Files, Rasps, saws :
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. Richabdsox, Auctiwuttr
LADD & TILTOIM9.
Deposits received and A esc owns k ob
ject to Check or Draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME" Deposits of
TRUST FUNDS, in sums oPONE DOLLAIi
and UPWARDS, from Date of Deposit.
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
Bonds. Stocks and other valuables received
on deposit for safe keeping. ""'
COLLECTIONS MADE, an PR C ED
Investments in real estate andfbther prop
el ty made for parties.
Agents for the transaction of all kindf
FINANCIAL and TRUST BUSINESS.
SIGHT AND TELEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE
On San Francisco and the Atlantic fetate,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES BOUGHT
and st-Id. JO.lf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Savings Dc artrrcnt!
This Bank has established, in connection
with its general Banking business, ft savings
department, and will allow interest on coin
deposits, made in accordance with the condi
tions adopted by this Bank. O
In establishing a Savings Department,(Jhi
Banking Associ "tion has in view the bCBefiti
to accrue to a class t f persona having small
ssuns to loan, by providing a safe place ot
deposit, ample security, and fair rate of in
terest, as w 11 as to aggregate and bring int
use idle capital. For the safety of deposits
in this Bank, are pledged its intire capital
and resources, and also the personal liability
it its Jinectois ana Mock holder? as provid
ed by Section 12 of the National Currency
Act, approved Jure 3. 1864, a greater s-cn-riy
than that given by ordinary Savings
Biink. Printed copies of the conditions up
on which deposits are received, may be had
upon application to the Board.
HEN It Y FAILING President
JAMES STEEL Cashier
Hexkt Failing, Henet W. Corbett,
L. H. Walkkiklo, James Steel,
W. J. VaxSchcyver. (3tf
FROM NEW YORK. )
THE UNDESIGNED ARE AGENT Tor
and in constant reeeipt of
FELL SUPPLIES F
McMcrray's OYSTERS Fresh and sprit;
" " Fresh Peaches and Tomatoes j
Keht, Dat & Co.'s CASE GOOgS,of ill
Gross & Co.'s CHEMH'AL Olive Sbap j
" " AN DLL rrnt wp
rlor to any in mai k$
WixsLow'a, Mabixb Packix 6 Co'a tid" ?
GREEN CORN; "
KixosFonn OSWEGO STARCH, of Ttery
Waterbcrt CLOClvS ; of ef ery sljie j
CEMENT and PLASTER ;
Calcined And LanA ;
For sale LOW TO THE TRADE, by
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
nS.2m 16 North Front Street, Portland.
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
TFIiolesale and Retail Dealers i'n.
Saplef mcl Fancy
Ladies ad gents.'
Cor. First and Washington sts.
10.3m) Portland. Oregon.
To. the-gARMBRS, BUTCHERS'"
D. gTICER 2t Co.
Porind, 0?egoa, eerner Front and-Sfllmon -Streets,
opposite the old Court House,,
are buying all the.
TAILS AND MANES OF HORSES,,
1W) - .
THE TAILS OF COWS,
AND ALL THE HAIR OF I$GS,.