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TOWN AND COUXTYi
J usi i :uiiKKS. There are some people
T ho do not seem to Lave a proper regard
for the right' oCbtherS,.nd of ibis class
niayauehlion those who attach bells to
their cows. It may be a great conveni
ence to the owners of these animal's, but
ft e-rrt?inly disturbing people who re
Side tvn t have two or three cows
t round fhelr premises at night keeping
up a continual ring of their belli. We
liel'eve a law should be passed declaring
jVo. We call the attention of our city
i I'.horities to this mailer.
j I'lcxic. The various Sunday Schools
fiom 1'ortland came up last Saturday to
Jbc Clackamas, where they were met by
jhe.Mj Baptist and Congregational
fin id ay Schools of this place and Canemah.
There were about 1200 from Portland
j. men9,and between 300 and 400 from this
place. They had a very pleasant time.
'unie of .the children, and also some of the
1 ii-gr oru?s. became, very impatient wait-
inTf'jr the cars- It was announced that
the cars would leare here at 10 o'clock.
'hut thev never catered an appearance
.v until about
Ykstky MKK'mo. A special meeting of
r . . T - i 1, T I 1 . i fTI- ,
sbl. J aui a esirv was ai-iu lasb mursuay
V-vMi'ing, at the -etll ii tl.e Hector. The
-j.bjpct of the nieetingas stated, when the
following wasvinanimously adopted, which
H'Vplains itself: ' We, the Rector and Ves--iy
of St. Paul's -Cirri reli, Oregon City.
hegon. de.'.ir)to publicly acknowledge
'iwi l tender our most nearly thanks to the
Churchmen of California, for a gift of
. S21"..VJ towards the liquidation of a debt
- of $100 oirthe SL Paul's lies lory of this
f Rk.movkd. By reference to oar adver
tising columns, it will be seen tiiat John
-Wilson,' Esq., has removed his stock of
, goods from Front street, t Third street.
Portlai. This is the first store establish
ed on that street, and as Mr. Wilson's ex
i je;ses will be reduced by removing where
rents are low, we feel satisfied that he can
rive good bargains to those who will give
m a call. O
No Go. Notwithstanding len. Holla
day's liberality, it is very hard to get up
any enthusiasm for him either here or in
Portland. Last Saturday an individual
proposed three cheers lor the Railroad
King, (we suppose for furnishing the cars
for the excursionists,) but it was so feebly
given that it could hardly be heard twenty
Is Town. Squire Russell, formerly of
Corvaffis. was in town to-day (Friday.)
The Squire is engaged in burning lime.
and n'Kikcj! a business visit tlrongh the
valh-y His lime is said to be of a very
Goon von New Yo;;k The Judicial
lecfuQ held in New York last Monday,
ias result cti in a uemocrauc victory oi
aboi t 3'.).d'J majority, (iood for New
York. How do the Radicals like it.?
RrrnNi:i. Rev. Mr. Sellwoodand wile
returned home last Thursday. He reports
having li;id a very pleasant trip, and an
interesting meeting of the Church. He
will hold service at St. Paul's Church to
Srnrxa Bottom Bkis. Mg. Wertheimcr,
furniture dealer, is manufacturing -these
springs. They are equal to the wire
spring, and certainly more durable, while
the exnense is much less. We recommend i
them to those desiring a cheap and excel
lent bed. We speak from experience,
Salmon. Tbe regular salmon season
has commenced, and several persons are
eniel in catching them, and we believe
Mr. Diller is packing large amounts for
shipment This business will probably
grow in mignit idtj.
- o 1
Quiet. There has only been one fight
in town the past eek. Some persons
alarmed the people lastTuesday night by
the cry of tire, about 12 o'clock. If the
city waterman would keep his eyes on
these disturbers, our citizens might be
spared the trouble of getting oui, of bed
when there is no ciuse for alarm.
The Wkathkk. The weather has been
rather wet during the past week. Thus
far we have had a most excellent spring
for the crops, and everything now looks
as though Qe will have a very good crop
Server Him Right. While a Democrat
fad Radical were discussing politics the
other day, the latter tooka kettle of hot
water and rushed on the former to scald
him. The Democrat took the kettle and
scalded the Radical's foot.
Peksonai.. We inadvertantly omitted
last week to acknowledge a call from Rev.
Mr. Hyland, of Astoria ; rlro of D. M.
Gault, Esq., of the Dallas Republican.
M. E. virhcu Entertainment. The
members of the M. E. Church will qive
festival and supper at the Court House,
this (Friday) evening.
Bse Bale. -The Ecktords. of ibis citv,
nnd a Yamhill club play a match on the
Clackamas grounds ia this place next
PonTLvvr Letter. Our regular Fort
land letter will appear next week.
UirK. Strawberries are getting ripe in
of Portland, called on
At Wokk. The Democracy of Multno
mah County are doing their whole duty.
and are sanguine of the success of the en
tire ticket by a handsome majority. On
last Tuesday evening the Democratic Club
was addressed by Judge Wait. Hon. L.
Stout and Col. J. H. Kced, in able and
The Republicans of Maryland are pre
paring lor a stirring campaign this sum
mer and fall, r.nd are confident of be:ng
able to redeem the state. A cloe can
vass of the State shows 45.000 black vot
ers and about 35.000 white Republican
votes. The Democrats cannot poll over
70.000, which will make the contest close.
The Ore'jonidn. fearing, we presume,
that this piece of information would not
be seen by its Mongrel brethren, publish
ed it in two places in the same issue. But,
what a spectacle this ileal presents. The
will and interests of 70,000 white voters
are to be overthrown by the votes of 45.
000 niggers and 35 000 Radicals, not as
much to be respected as the poor negro.
This show why the elective franchise was
conlerred on the negro to aid the Radi
cal thieves in maintaining their control of
the Government. They have made the
same boast in regard to Oregon that the
200 nigger votes would give; them a ma
jority iu this State. Free white men of
Oregon, will you act with a party that
glories in being able to defeat the will of
70,000 wLites with 45,000 nigger voters
and who hone to defeat the will of a ma
jority of the white
voters of Oregon bv
the aid of the niggers.? Are you prepared
to say that a " white-man's government is
played ont?;' The Radical thieves iu pow
er lenow that their time has come ; that
an outraged free white people will hurl
the unworthy scoundrels from power, and
their only hope now is by the votes of
the negro population of this once white
man's inheritance. Sons of freemen, show
by your votes on the first Monday of June
that you. on this free western slope yet
cherish the fabric of your fathers. That
this government was made for white men
and their posterity. They have freed the
nigger, and hope by their votes now to
enslave the poor whites who yet dare to
act and speak like free white Americans.
Gran:) Lodge. The Grand Lodge of
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows
convened at Portland last Tuesday. There
is . very large attendance of Repre
sentatives, every lodge in the Jurisdiction
beincr renresented. An unusual amount
of business is before the body, and it prob-
aldv- adiourned late last evenintr. The
Brethren of Portland gave the Grand
Eepresenla'ives a supper on Wednesday
evening, which was highly appreciated by
them. The Portland members know how
to do a thing handsomely.
Let the popple rememoer that crazy
Johnson, who is running over tne country
in the emnlov of the Radicals, made a
speech in Salem the second diy after the
Democratic Convention adjourned, heartily
endorsing the platform and the nominees.
He was afterwards bought by the Radi
cals for one thousand dollars a huge
price for such talent.
"V5vo is rt.vspoiisiV.le 1
In the Herald to-day will be found re-printed-the
infamous treaty with China,
known as the Rurltngame treaty. H con
tains as good an exhibition of the policy
of the Radicals iu regard to the leprous
heathen slaves of A-ia as can be made.
The Radicals are ia favor cf cheap labor,
and the labor of Chinese slaves is the
cheapest that can be procured in the
world. It is to be introduced info Amer
ica in order to stop the independence of
white laborers and reduce them to such a
condition of poverty as will make them
easy victims to capitalists who desire to
establish imperial institutions on the ruins
of the Republic. Now. while we -charge
airamst the Radicals that they are respon
sible for the piesence. in vast numbers, of
this servile race amongst the free people
of America, they ietort b) saying that the
lirst Chinese immigration took place while
the Democrats were m power, and that it
was tolerated and eircouraged by them
It is true that some Chinamen did come to
California and Oregon, while both those
countries were vet ruled by the Demo
cracy, but it is untrue that they were en
couragod to do so by the party in power.
On the contrary, in Oregon the Democratic
party caused to be put in the Constitution
of the State. Sec. 8. of article XV, which
reads aa follows :
Sec. S. No Chinaman not a resident of
the State at the time of tha adoption of
this Constitution snaa ever hold any real
estate or mining claim, or work any mm
ing claim therein.
The Legislative Assembly shall provide
by law in the most effectual manner for
carrying out the above provision.
In pursuance of the above command
of the Constitution, acls were passed by
the Legislature providing for special dis
criminating taxes to be levied on China
men, negroes mulattoes and Kanakas.
The object of all these laws was to discour-
ae Chinese immigration by compelling
them to bear heavv burthens in addition
to the burthens borne by white men. This
was the Democratic policy, and its effect
was to prevent main" Chinamen from com
in r to, and residing within, the State. All
has been changed, however, by the Radi
cals, who have placed the cheap-scorning,
rat eatin?. leprous heathen slaves of Asia
on a par with whito w orking men. and ex
tend to them every privilege enjoyed by
anv class of persons in the country. Un
der Radical rule, therefore, vast numbers
of Chinamen have come to Oregon, and
now reside in the State, to the detriment
of white laborers whose occupations they
usurp. In the face of these stubborn facts
we cannot see by what means such argu
ments can be supported as arc advanced
by the Radicals to show that the Demo
cratic party has ever been in a position of
encouraging Chinese immigration. Hav
ing repealed the laws that discriminated
againt them, and adopted the infamous
treaty referred o in the beginning of this
article, the Radicals, and no one else, are
responsible for the presence among us of
mo mnese tiaves. w no, as we have re-
peaiodiy stiown. are reducing the white
men and women of the Sta;e to a r-nmliti.m
of helplessness by reason of comnetin"- for
employment at wages upon which a white
man cannot support a family in the proper
condition that every citizen of this great
utpuuuu Miouiu. occupy. Hcrnl.iL
vuv; lvau ci nor m
Ohio, the Columbus Journal and
only one, that appreciates- the situa
tion exactly. ISpeakintr alout the
time oceupictl in Congress by use
less measures, it "says: '"'The
people tlon't care so much about
polygamy in Utah they vyant
their taxes reduced."
I). P. Thompson, State Senator from
this county, has been engagieg his time
lor the last ten days in hiring Democrats
to leave the county, employing them on a
surveying contract. Th?s is the Radical
leader ia this county. Voters of Clacka
mas county, what do you think of a party
which has to resort to such means lo keep
itself in power?
"We ask our readers to particularly read
the law published elsewhere creating
greenbacks, and see which party is cor
rect, ih'i one which is in fare? 'of paying
the national debt just what is due. or the
party that wants to repudiate the law and
rob I he people for the benefit of the bond
holders. SPECIAL NOTICES.
-JSaddlekv. J II. Scliram, of this
City, is now manufacturing the be.-t Saddlery
and Harness iu the State. lie will have at
least 50 sets of all prudes, from fine to com
mon, linished and ready for sale ne.t mutith.
and more than that number of Saddles, lie
is bound to make a trade with any man who
wishes to luir of him. lie uses both Oregon
and California leather iu his establishment,
and his work bears a most excellent reputation
abroad. We hope that citizens ot our own
county will think of this, when they want any
articles in Ids line.
Ori'gnn Lodjc Xo, 3, I. O. of O.
aueis every lnursaay
ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Had, ,M tin s ect.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. K
Uelicc t il Degree Lodge No. 2, 1 O. O. F.
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y EVENINGS,
of each month, at 7 o ciock, in Odd iellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend. By ordr of N. G.
C.rT If you wish the very Lest
Cabinet Pliotraohs, von must call on
BRADLEY & KULOFSON, 43l Montgomery
street, h.in t rancisco.
Willititiette Li'Klge 13 J- -1
Meets every Saturdav evemntr, at the rocrr.G
S.E. corner of Main and Filth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. Ry order of AV. C T.
Dissolution of Partnership.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN
L the copartni rship between C. E. Tracy
and J. M . Tracy, uud r the tinn of C. E.
Tracy & Son, was dissolved on April the
oUth, A. D., 1S70, by mutual consent. All
l ersnns indebted to the linn are requested to
settle up immediately. (!. E TRACY,
.M iy i:2t J. M. TRACY. -
Physician & Accoucheuse,
TR. MilKY P. SAWTELLE,
OFFERS 1IEII PROFESSIONAL SE It
vices to the people of Oregon City am!
vicimtv. Re-ideuee in the cou;itiv, ten
miles east oi Oregon City.
May 14-5 tf
. G. SXEATII,
S3 Front Street, Portland.
GOODS BY THE PACKAGE, FOR CASH,
SAN FRANCISCO PRICES, and Freight.
JCX'-Orders 1'iomptly tilled in San Francis
co, u desiml. ito.u
8IM8ER & WERTHEIMER,
A Fa 5 tor y
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BL1II0S AMD BOOBS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
STB- They will also do TURNING, of every
description to order,
- With Neatness and Dispatch !
Furniture store at Wei thtimer's stand.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Ackerman's
23. ly j Store, Oregon City , Oregon.
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third street?,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this metht I to inform his old pat-
rons, ana as manv new ones as may oe
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, w.th
ample room, good materials, and tlie verj"
best of mechanics, to build anew, rccon
struct, make, oaint. iron and turn out all
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Try me.
Rlacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and
"C-neral fobbing n rally, quickly and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMITH.
- t i i r
JEW YOKK HOTEL,
No. 17 Front street, opposite the ..tail steam
ship landing, l'ortland. Uregon.
H. E0THT0S, J. J. WJLLKEKS,
Roiird per eei 00
44 with Lodging f. 00
Day "I 00
INAL SETTLEMEX J.
Tn the matter of the e-tate of James Ic-
LaurhUn. deceased. In the County Court of
!., Aromas Countv.Mate ot Oregon.
v.Tiff ii herebv civen that Jas. M. Moore,
th Administrator "of the estate of James
dpppasTd. has rendered for
s-ttlemeut. and filed in s.iid Court, his final
oi.mtit rvf Li Administration of the estate
of said deceased; and that
Monday, the Fifth o(h') day of June,
A. D. l?7d, being a day of a regular term of
said Court, to-wit: "of the Jnr.e term,
A. D. Is70, has been duly appointed by the
said Court, for the hearing of objections to
such final aecount, and the settlement thereof.
By order of said Court. Attest :
J. M. FRAZER, Couatv Clerk,
W. WEATHER? 0RD &0D
fE AL!!RS IN
T) ESPECT FULLY INVITE THE ATTEX
J.V tion or the trade and cen-uiueia to their
S.ek of Goods, consisting of
AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES..
An assorted etock of
PAINTS AND PAINTERS"
MAI KliiALS. PATENT
A N D D V E ST U F FS, W I N DO W
GLASS, URl'SllES, &c, ic, Ac
With a selected assortment of
Fancy Goods and Perfumery.
And offer goods in their line at
GREATLY SEDUCED RITES,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
IV. WEATIIEllFOKI) ii.t(.,
Druggist!-, 13r Front Street,
March lit, lS70:tf
BAILEY, HARDING & CO.,
Successors of L. Diller in the Lincoln
EG LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITI-
zens of Oresron City and surrounding
counti Yf that they keep constantly on tiauu
and f r sale, all kinds of
DUEAD, cr cker,
CAN DIE-. AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general as.-ortment of
Orders promptly filled . and goods deliver
ed at the residence i f the purchaser when
TtiC highest prices paid Lr Butter, Eggs
A liberal -hare of public patronage is re
spectfull v solicited.
April Si, 1870: ly
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
IIOCTOIt AD SOLICITOH.
Practices in Sta'e and U. S. Courts.
Office Xo. 108 Front Sired. Portland, Oregon,
Opposite McCornuck's Book Store.
STEERS & mUDE,
Wholesale Dealers in
rOSlIGIT AND DOMESTIC
T'7ef, Jl randies, 'Whiskies, Etc.
No. 40, Fkoxt SritSET,
Constantlv ou bund
a genuine article of
THE MANHATTAN LIFE,
North JJritish and Jfcrcdittile Eire
E. D. WHITLOW,
OREGON CITY AGENT.
Fate Dlack 4-
The patronage of tnose desiring tirst Ulans
vpa-anuiix, is respccttu!!- solicited.
Satisfaction in aa cases guaranteed.
N. R. Nitrous i.rydc administered for the
rainless extraction ol iceth.
OrFiCK In Weigant's new building, west
side of First street, between Alder and Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregon.
C. W. POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN TLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA'
ay: s copj'er. lead pipe, iron
PIPE AND FiTITNOS, RU BREit
HOSE. EOb'CE AND LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general assort
cnt' of House Fur-
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESC1MPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also at POPE'SS'I OVESTOUE
HARDWARE AND BASKETS. WOODEN
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND '
NIGHT LAMPS. ALO
All of tne above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C W. POPE'A C O.
ll.lyj Oregon City Oregon.
Dissolution of Partnership.
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
JN the copartnership bit ween Chas. Loirus
and Cha. Albri jht, under the lii in of Logu
& Albright, is this d iy d sol ved by mutual
consent. All persons indebted to" the firm
are requested to settle up immediately. Per
sons having claims against the firm will pre
sent them for payment.
Saturdiv, April 30, i$7o.
Sliiltiioiuah Limtgc Ao. 1, A. Kami
a A. 31. Holds its regular communi
vcations on the First and Third Sat
tr urdhty m each month, at 7 o'cloek,
from the 2uih of September to the 20th of
March, and 7i o'clock from the 2oth of March
to the 2uth of September. Brethren iu good
standing are invited to attend.
By order cf . W. M.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TTNTVKRSTTY ntr nATTt?nmiT
L1FE IHSURANCE G0M?5Y !
United States of America.
WASHINGTON, I). C.
X2r:im-Ii Office at rilalelj1ilji.
Where the business of the Company is
transacted, and to which all general
corrtspondep.ee should be adJt e.-sed.
Philadelphia, Clarence II. Chirk, Jay Cooke,
F. ltatcblord Stirr, J. Hincklev Clark, IJio.
v. Tyler, W. G. Moorhead.
Washiriiifon, Heurv I). Cooke, E. A. Rollins
Win. E. Chandler, John D. Deliees.
New York, Edw. Dodge, II. C. Piihncstock.
CLARENCE II. CLACK, President.
JAY" COOKE, Chairman Finance
And Executive Committee.
HENRY D. COOKE, Vice President.
EMERSON W.PEET, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS G. SMITIRM.D., Medical Director,
J. EWING MEARS.M. D., Assistant.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C,
and Geo. HANDING, Philadelphia,
Tlie IMo&t Successful Life
Insurance Company of
The World !
Having issued in the first TEN months ot
' 15,142,800 Dollars !
This Company s fiords to its Policy Holders
By its Cash paid op Capital of One Million
Dollar?, and guarantees to the Insured,
Low Rates of Premium !
LARGE DIVIDENDS IN ADVANCE,
OR. A REVERSIONARY DIVIDEND OF
100 PER CENT. BY ITS
Return Premium Flan !
WeS!s9 Fargo Sl Qq
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST,
W. E. RALE MANAGER
A. i. ELLIS, M. 2.,
AGENT FOR CltEGOJi.
OFFICE JN- CHEF'S BVH.FING,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and First sts.)
ENTRANCE OX STARK STREET,
s. d. popeTlugal agent
JAY COOKE & CO. No. 210 Broadway, N.Y
General Agents for New York and North
ern New Jersey. J. U. Orvis and D. C
E. W.CLARK A CO. Bankers, Xo. .13 South
Third street, Philadelpnia, General Agents
for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jer
sey. C. S. Russell, Manager.
JAY COOKE & CO. Washington, General
Southern Agent-. E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS & CO. Chicago, General Agents
for Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and .Minn.
JOHN W. ELLIS & CO. No. 122 Walnut St.,
Cincinnati, General Agents for Ohio and
- Central and Southern Indiana.
S. A. KEAN & CO. Detroit, General Agents
for Michigan and Northern Indiana. I).
W. Kean, Manager,
T. E. EDGAR, St. Louis, General Agent for
Missouri and Kansas. C. OrTis, Manager.
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, Boston, General
Agents for New England and Eastern
Provincei of Canada. J. P. Tucker Man
JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO.
General Agents for Maryland,
-cM. DOUGLA-, JR-, Montreal, -General
Agnt for the DoaiIion ot Caaada.
Over 20,000 Persons
Testify to the vVoadeifnl cures of
Dr. J.'W. aIUKUAY'S
ralsam fcr tho Liver and EIcgcI.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY".
One of the Cv'tLraU d Physicians of. Portland,
snijs he is at nd , J'tht Lung and Eivtr rem
jilnit.t, and that he vices lis life to Dr.ISIur
ayg Luit j and diver Buh,:m. Read irhat
he'sityt: " Portland, Mav '11. W.
I lu.ve tried Dr. J. W. Murray's
Lung and Liver B dsani. I used it in my fam
ly with the best i f success. 1 was sick for
some months, and us-d evt ry remedy. I
called several physicians but thevjdid me no
eood. I exhanstcij, every 1 emedy known lo
the medical prdession, and received no ben
efit. This Lung and Liver R.tl.-am cured me,
a;.d I tlo not he.-itate to rtco:nnie;d it to tlie
public and my lriends, as a good and safe
rem dr. Th;se wlm know me, as many do
in this Stat:, know that I would not recom
mend them to use a tiling that lias no merit,
because I am opposed to quack remedies.
G. V. . BROWN. 31. V.
t;, For srde at BELL & PARKER S, and
at ad Ding Mores on the Pacific Coast. ytf
Successor to CHAPMAN FRO.
"piIE DEATH OF MY BROTHER HAS
JL. cumpel'ed me again to chanue the name
of the firm of CHAPMAN A, BRO. to that of
THOMAS CHARM AN having purchased of
the estate ail the interest held by my broth
er in the stock of good owned by Charman
i Brother, taking tiilct January Sd, ISO'J.
Will be Carried on as Usual
AND A FULL STOCK
Will be kept up by me, mid wiJl consist, iu
pait, ol the following branches of trn.de i
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Jduf.s, Caps, Hoots and Shoes i
Eatiey Notions. Perfumery
A nd Pa lent Medicines.
Paints. Oils, Colors,
Dye Staff and Varnish,
Quecnsicare. Crockery & Lamps
Sash. Poors, and Windoic Blinds,
Ifardivare, Tools and Cutlery,
P('2et and Nails
Of Every Description.
I ask Especial Attention to my
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
G 11 0 C E PIES OF EVER Y
OF ALL KINDS.
JS"Aftention will be paid to any business
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Business with all who favor
me with t'heir patronage, will be done on a
cold basis but Legal Tender will be re
ceived at ti.e market quotations.
"tv I desire to say to nil who favor me
with their patronage that I shall use my best
ability to please them, and all rdes shall
meet "with prompt attention. My facilities
for doing business are as good as any house
in Oregon, and I pledge tnyt-elf to sell as
Cheap us any House in good standing in.the
State. I will not be undersold by any one
Please give me a call and examine for your
selves. Thanking you for past favors,
I remain, Respectfully yours,
THOMAS CHARM AN.
TS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN ami SI XI 11 STREETS,
OREGON CxTY, OREGON.
"TTTIIERE II E WOULD INVITE HIS
V friends, and the public in general, to
c all and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
Hoots siiecI Iaocs5
Msfcts siml Caps,
f" Having frorc
many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IIT SMATL PE0FITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SCCII INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
S.Unce the Cry of Per. land Ihiccs!
Oregon City, August 2btb, 1SGU.
Notice is hereby given that m pursuance of a
license of the Hon. County Court of the
State of Oregon, for the county of Umatilla,
bearing date on the 4th dav of April, A. I).,
1S70. I ni l oiler for sale, nd sell to the
highest ca.-h bidder, on the luth day of Mar.
ii,ai i u ii'h n ni uif iiiiei uooii 01 inaioay,
at the Court Hou-e door, in On gou City, in
the countv of CI u kamas, State of Oregon.
all the right title and interest ot Henry
Hampton Bees and George William Rees,
minors, being an undivided one-fourth Uiter-
cst. respt ctivc-v. of all the following des
cribed real t-statr, Iving and being in the
county of Clackamas in the State of Oregon,
to-vnt: ine west halt of t!:e northwest
quarter, and the west half of the southwest
quarter of section No. twenty-two (22)
towiiS ip -o. nve i,,-) ). so;itii range No. two
(2) east ; also, ten acres in tbe north east
quarter of sc.tion No. twenty-one (21 ) in said
township, and more t articul tr!v deseribed
as follows; Commencing at the northwest
corner oi section j,o, twentv-two ( 11). lowu-
s-hip No. five (5),suith range No. two (2),
east, and running them-e west ten rods
tlunce trouth one hundred and sixtj' (16)
rods, ther.ce eat ten (10) rod-, thence north
one hundred and sixty (1GU1 rods, to the
plaee ot bi giii'dng.
Dated, Apiil tub, 1?7
Geo. A. La Dow. Guaidian.
Att'r for Guardian. 2iwi
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. IS. ISiclisii'dsoiij
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
ui lweai Estate. Groceri.-. t;i.ni l Hfml.an.
dise and Hoists,
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. B. Kiciiahdsox, Auctioiieer,
AT PRIVATE SALE.
En glish refined Bar and Bundle Ironi
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws ; '
Screws, Fiy-paus, sheet irofi, R. G. Iron j
also: q O
A largeassot tment of Groceries and Liquors
A. 1). UiciiAKDsox, Auctioneer
LAD O & TJLTON,
Established .9 1859.
Deposits received and
ject to Check or Draft.
allowed on TIME Deposits f
m sums ot OAK JHJLLAJ
and L'PWAUDS, from Date of Deposit.
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
Bonds. Stocks and other valuables received
oa deposit for safe keeping.
COLLECT ONS MADE, an I'R C ED3
promptly remitted. O
Inresrf mcnts in real estate and other prop
ci ty made lor parties.
Adepts for the transaction of all kindsof
FINANCIAL and TRUST BUSINESS.
SIGHT AND TELEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE
On San Francisco and the Atlantic Stales,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Savings Do 'artrrent !
This Bank has established, in connection
with its general Banking business, a savings
department, and will allow interest on coin
deposits, made in accordance with the condi
tions adopt d by this Bank.
In es-tablirdr'ng a Savings Department, thii
Banking Associ 'tion has in View the benefits
to accrue to a class of peisons having small
suns to loan, by providing a safe plaei! t
deposit, ample security, and fair rate of in
terest, as wi 11 as to aggiegate and bring intOQ
use idle capital. For the safety of deposits
in this Bank, are pledged its entire capital
and resources, and also the personal liability
-f its Diieetors and Stjekholders, as provid
ed by Section 12 of the National Currency
Act, approved Jur e :i . 18U4, a greater secu
rity than that given by ordinary Savings
Banks. Printed copies of the conditions up
on which deposits are recti ved, may be Lad
upon application to the Board. Q o
11 KN BY FAILING President
JAMES STEEL Cashier
Hexrt Failing, IIexet W. Corbett, q
L. 11. V Ai.EKir.Ln, James Steel.
. J. AxScniTVER. nCtf
JYhvlei?ale and Retail Dealers in
i:ple 511141 ITsisicy
First and Washington sts.y
Portland, Oregon. 0
To the FARMERS, BUTCHERS
Portland, Oregon.xoi ner Front and Salmon
Streets, opposite the old Court House,
are buying all the
TAILS AND MAXES OF HORSES,
THE TAILz OF COWS,
A 271) ALL THE II AIR OF JICGS,
-nd are paying a LIBERAL Tike. (10.8
A. G. AVALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
Ko. .3 AVtisliinglon Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., botind m every Tariety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
tended to. Q
L O C l; S & ALBRIGHT
EXCELSIOR MARKET I
Corner of FourilPand Main streets.
unr Keen constantly on hand all kinds of
fresh and salt meats, such as
BEEF, POHK, o
COi 'NED BEEF, IT AMS,'
riCKELED POEK, LAUD,
nd everything else to be found in their line
JUSTICES' PLANKS, of every descrip
. tion. printed at tbe EsTEKniiiSE office