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TtVX AND COUNTY.
- A Kad;cal the other
a v was talking to a Democrat, and in the
Jvration the former remarked that a
nrnlmac or m-ger was as good as any
i jHian' at which the latter gave h&i
K. weight of his fist, which brought him
jj ilHJ ground. The latter is an Irishman,
J , ini't. offered was personal, and
there should be some regard tor out
,-t old men should Know weuer i.i.tu
j7"'ivL-scb uucaed for insults to other
e -j ,.-... J'Art:. We have received pev
rJI iiuinberof a Heal Estate Gazette,
i j.'ihi'.ed in Portland, by Messrs. Russell &
h'lirj real estate dealers. It contains
--:,i'ral information regarding Oregon.
SpI is sent to people cut of this State tree
!,', uharge. This Grm is very energetic and
Jrt-;i.ib!e. and persons ia search of phonies
w ''1 do well tiPgive them a call. Messrs.
i Johnson & McCowa. arc their agents in
' Picnic. The German citizens of this
i i :m I ,iriir ni'vt Snnd:iv
YUCC 111 UCIH. " ..V- ,
ne 12, on the grounds just below tee
v 1 1
.".caucus. ilacKs ana conveyances win
running from town to the grounds for
tin' act'iimuiMauon oi mose wnomayue-
j,:ro to go. Good music will be m sutend
4 ance. and vvery arrangement necessary
j, .r coiufui t has been made. A good time
I w.il be had.. Everybody is invited to go.
Cusk. -The furniture ad fixtures of
I the Cliif House were s6dd by the Sheriff
I It Thursday .and the house will be closed
for the present. In about three weeks the
j house will again opened, after being
refitted and furnished, by our friend das.
Partlow. of Porllaod. and the popular
! ftmlludy Mrs. XV. LPWhPe. We know
that the Cliff House cannot fail to become
popular under their management.
o . .
I Cizi s. Mr. S. D. Moore, Deputy U. S.
j Marshal of Clackamas county, has co-
1 jilcled taking the -census of Oregon City.
I He informs us that the population is a
little over eleven hundred in the city.
Thisis'iil compare favorably with most of
J the towns in Oregon, and may bo put
; rtuvii as Use fourth town in population ia
1 ttie Stale,
CnowiiEt). The larg warehouse of tic
P T. Co. is filled up wjth freight, and it
has become necussiry to store some of it
on the lower wharf. Two boats still run
between here and Portland, and yet they
are not able to clear the invuen-e amount
of freight Slway that conies down from
J U.vi.b. The second game in the
match between the Ecktords, of this city.
and the Webfeet, of Lafayette, will be
played at Lafayette next Monday. If our
boys keep cool, and don't get frightened
o far away from limine, they will make it
warm lor the Webfeet.
To r.K Lenotuexki. The Fannie Pat ton
is to he taken off the trade in a short time
-and placed in the dry -dock and length
eiiedrl'D feet, which will make her l& feet
long. The Senator is also to be taken off
the trade Qcl re.-n here and Portland, and
r.K C.viiKMi.. A person was handling a
shot-gun the other day which wa-3 acci
dentally discharged. As fortune would
have it. no one. was hurt, yet a number of
persons were standing around. Persons
should be careful hov they handle tire
arm.. Picnic, The children and parents of
t. Paul's Episcopal Church hail a pleasant
time last Saturday on thir picnic excur
sion. They left here in the morning on
the Senator, and went down to Milwaukee,
aud returned in the evening.
.Sltfkr. "ihe supper given by the
young ladies of this place fijf the benefit
of the Eckford Rase Rail Club, last Thnis-
lay (Fjening, was well attended and a goad
lime was had.
Luur.KK Y.vkd. Messrs. Crepe & Pease
Iiave established a lumber yard at East
Portland, and manufacture and ship their
Jumber .from this vlace. This is a new
avenue of wealth for our citv.
Fights. There were three fights during
iha pQit week, one at Canemah on election
lay, and the other in front of the Ciiif
House Ust Wednesday. Rleody noses
wa.--jhe res'ult of the various et gagemeuts.
L.VTEovici.Ttii.s. Meussdorifer has just
receivedo'he Pyramid Hat, the Soft Har
vard, Pearl Chris, Felt Raud, Peabody,
(Granite,) Roy's Sailor. Mixed Straw, and
To Tax-Paykks. In our advertising
columns will be found lhis week the
Sheriff's advertisement of delinquent
property. Persons interested should take
Called. Dr. Weathertord. of Portland,
give us a call last Wednesday. We weie
pleased to see the Doctor looking so well.
Stfbo Flt. The new boat being con
structed by the P. T. Co. has been named
Shoo I !y.
Thanks. The members of the Eckford
Rase Rail Club desire us to ruUrn their
thauks to the ladies of this city for favors.
Sescmed UEit Place. The Day ton. after
having been paiDtcd and repaired; has
ia the Yamhill
New Saloon. A. Cros has opened a
lager beer saloon in tho building formerly
occupied by Chas. Freidrich.
Chkrpjes. Cheryios are ripe in this vi
cinity. The crop this year is quite large.
Repairing. -The Active has been placed
ia the dry dock for repairs.
The County Colkt. The County Court
for Clackamas county has been in session
during the week. We will pubiiih. the
proceeding? nest week.
It is Coming
There is ranch speculation as to the
p-obahle reasons for the present apathetic
state of the public mind in relation to
outrages and encroachments of the Radical
faction ia Congress. People are astounded
that the country receives, with apparent
indifference, infractions of the Constitu
tion and partisan usurpations,-which, ten
years ago. would have roused a Stotm of
popular fury. It is certainly dishearten
ing to any man who has the love of his
country at heart, to behold the over
throw et Slate Governments, the tamper
ing v.bh the Supreme Court, the oppres
sion of intelligence and the enfranchise
ment of ignorance, the bayonet interfer
ence with elections, and the thousand and
one villainies that mark tiie progress of
the leaders of the dominant party toward
despotism and sec masses of his fellow
citizens march stolidiy to the polls every
year and vote to keep Radicalism in
oilice. A moment's though1", however,
will satisfy the inquirer that this painful
phenomenon is not so extraordinary after
all. A great civil war is always followed
by a season of mental inactiqn. and the
leaders of the winning paiy, if they are
designing men. take advantage of the
public exhaustion to entrench ilienis.-lves
in power. Rut the people invariably
wake up in the end and hurl the aggre.s-
sots tioni tnetr lotty sats. io quote but
one familiar instance : After the terrible
civil coiiilict in England was followed by
the triumph aid restoration of the Stuart?,
the English people submitted unmurmur
irgl for twenty years to the profligacy
and exactions of their new masters. Hut,
as soon as they had recuperated their
energies, they rose, in and almost
bloodies revolution, drove the Stuarts
from the throne. We have sign now that
the American people are beginning to
throw off their lethargy, and regard with
more interest the machinations of the
mountebank tricksters at Washington.
The progress of the Democracy has been
steadily, though quietly, on wai d fr the
past year ; ami some day, not far dis
tant. Congress or the Administration will
commit some overt act that will start the
revolution that seems inevitable. Ohio
all idiom it mau concern..
That, thu China ship. Herman Doctor, has
arrived with seventeen (17) woman (fami
lies), trom Wo Hong, Hongkong, to the
order of Wa Kee it Co. There is due upon
the fare and freight the sum of twenty-two
0!)) dollars gold coin, and that all
Kii ties interested will come forward, who
have ordered their families and pay all
charges, or abide consequences.
J. F. McCov.
Their Ag'-nt and Attorney.
The above appeared yesterday as nv.
advertisement in the (Jrf'joRinii. The
woman mentioned in it are prostitutes and
slaves. They come with billsoi lading like
freight, and wiilbeused by their mast r.-: f or
ti e purpose for which all other Chitu s
woman of thi city are used. The slave
trade is revived in Oregon, and human
beings are advertised lor sale, ia the
public pilots. Radicals endorse' it, and
the working men of Portland who voted
for lloiladay's State and county tickets
last Monday, endorsed it too. Those who
took Ilolladay'jj money, will we opiue,fiud
out in a verv short time that the insignifi
cant su:u ihev received for botrav'.ng
their party, their principles and their
country will not carry them through the
dark days of Chinese competition. (Jood
citizens .should withhold sympathy from
such men when their day ot trouble comes.
Time will punish the perfidious cues and
make Ihem sorry that they betrayed the
truth for pay.
Tiie Ii-t-.si-Ieiit's Ijjist Por;taiasi;r.
The appoinlment by President Crant
of illiicrate and w rtliiess negro as J'ost-masU-r
near the Univer.-i'y of Virginia, is
regarded as :u inexcusable insult to the
facility an ii students of an edu cat to! ia i
institution whose origin and anter ni-'iits
ought to have ;ro.ected it from such a
blow from such a hand-
This university was planned and in
augurated by Thomas Jetienson. atid to it
he dedicated the closing years of tin al!n;'.
tiious life. So proud was he of his woik.
so sanguine of the happy results which
would How from if, thai he requested th.'s
iocription on his tombstone : "Thomas
Jefferson, author of tbe- Declaration of
Independence and founder of the Univer
sity of Virginia,'' The ofiiee of rector
was first held by Mr. Jefferson himself,
and afterward by Janu'3 Madison and
oti:er eminent Virginians: and ns a si a
oi ie:.iu ug toe university lias, trotn is
establishment in 1323. occupied the fore
most place among the colleges of the
South. In 1SG0 no less than C-o students
were in attendance, and the library con
sisse.f of :V.).0')j volumes : the whole "being
uttder the control of an able crops ol
professors. Since the war it has entered
at no distant day to rank with
best of its class in the comttrv.
The President of the United States
cannot be ignorant of these facts, and in
selecting a negro of the most, degraded
type to be po-sfni ister. neither the black
nor. the white peopb? o! Virginia will be
benefited, but on the contrary the appoint
ment intensify the antagonism between
the races which already exists, and sow
seeds of mutual " hatred sure to bring
forth wretched fruit in coming years.
Tiik Louisville Courier-Journal lias an
excellent editorial on love matters,
from which we take the following para
In legitimate love the young people had
better be slow about making matrimonial
contracts, and quick to ent ry them cut
when made. Long engagements invite
! the interm
ddlers time and absence, and
are fruitful of mischance and heart burn
ing. Our amiable little friend. Puss in-Ro.'d-s,
has just rejected an excellent
young man who wants to marry her six
months hence. ' I have no objection to
marrying l.itn next week." paid Puss iu
Hoots. - but I should be dreadful sittnid
tie mvself to th e n n pert a in t !ea an;l
vexations of half a vear." The girl tins
good sonse as well as good wit under her
bonnet: and she'll make ssir.;; fellow an
excellent wi:e Oy and by. There, is
i.iucn uar.ger ot her eloping with th hus-
oanu oi one ot tier Inends. or ftirtin-r
with other chaps"
own. at all events.
after she gets her
Remkpy For. Lock-Jaw. A writer in
tho Suerdifi-c Amcrivw savs: Ic-t any
one who has an attack of luck-jaw take "a
small quantity of gpi-its of turpentine',
warm it and pour it into the wound no'
matter what the wound is. or what is
nature is and relief will follow in less
than one minute. "Nothing cetter can be
applied to a severe cut or bruise than
cold turpentine : it will give relief almost
instantly. Turpentine is also a sovereign
remedy for croup. Saturate a piece of
flannel with it. and place the flannel on
the throat, and chest, and in very severe
cases three, or five drops on a lump of
sugar may be taken inwardly. Every
family should have a bottle of turpentine
I oi.it. ami-. A correspondent of an Oak.
land (Cal.) paper writing from Salt Lake
rekues a revolting form of poligamy as
todovvs : '-I witnessed a sight this morn
ing which I will describe, but the circum
stance is probably not a fair one from
whicn to draw general inference. An
oid iarmer drove into the city with a l)ad
of country produce for sale. With htm
were two women, one on either side. One
of these dames wis old and wrinkl ed. the
other much younger, but decidedly the
worse for wear this female had an infant
in her arms. Upon the back seat, were
two young women and a half grown boy.
Doth the women carried babies. I. of
course, supposed that this partv was com
posed of mother, father and" children ;
judge of my surprise when I learned that
the old man was the hu-.band of all four
women, and that the old woman was the
mother of the young ones. Think of it !
One man married to a mother and three
daughters! it was perfectly sickening.
At first I could not believe 'that human
nature could become so degraded : but
upon further inquiry of a known Mormon.
I learned that the facts were precisely as
first stated to me. These proraiseious
marriages are by no means uncommon,
so I am told. These women ail looked
evidently contented at first sight ; upon
closer-view I thought 1 could detect a
sort or sr-nse of .shame in every one of
their faces. They seemed to be carrying
a load of shame and degradation that was
rapidly hurrying them to perdition.
The Radicals don't appear to. under
stand how it was that Union precinct
brought in a majority for the Democracy,
being the first time in ten years. They
say that we captured railroad votes.
Well, gentlemen, there were seven votes
of this Kind cast, out of which you got four
and the Democracy three. Besides, the
Radicals got two or three illegal votes.
Elkctco. Notwithstanding the -strong
opposition made by the Radicals and some
Democrats to Hon. Jas. D. Fay in Jackson
county, he has been triumphantly elected
over all his enemies. He will make a live
member in the next State Senate, as his
past record fully proves. When he was
the only Democrat, in the lower House, lie
was more than a match for the Radical
crew that invested thai bod v.
Tsb American- XEWsrwrEU Ditu.ctort,
published by (J. P. i,.vidl Co., Advertis
ing A gents. No. 40 Park Row, NewYnik.
contains ;i fJI and complete statement of all
facts uhont newspapers which an advertiser
desires t: know. 'I be seJ.sci iptiou price is
Su'jcct by the law of nature to many phvs
ical atllidions from which man is exemjit,
woman is jicculiai iy cut tied t the best ef
foits of medical science in her behalf. For
a majoritv of the ailments to which her sex
is exc! osi' v fly liable, HOST KTTKIl'S STO M
AC II RllTEllS are warmly recomrueuoed :
on the a'itliority of w.ves, rnotheis, an.l
nurs: s, who have teste their gonial tunc
and regulating nropretit s, and know where
of they speak ;" and also with the sanction
of able physicians, who have adu.ini&teicd
the preparati-'U to their female patients, in
obstinate ca ts of functional derangement
with tii.; happiest results. Alrno-t all fe
male complaints cf a special characti-r, are
complicated wish meatal gl o mi and dos
potidouey. and the gentle and lasting cxhila
lat ng etiects of t'sis wlio'esoino medicated
stimulant adapts admirably for cases of this
complex nature. As a rem jdy fir the hys
teria and mental hallucinations which some
time iLiiik both th-i earlier arid the latter
crisis in the lite of woman, it has no equal
in the repeitory of the heaiing art, and as a
means of relet .'ing the nassei and other.un
pleasant feel ugs whieli preeeJe matern ity, it
is equally .. llL'ucio :s. Nursing mothers also
hud it an a-bnirahle invigornnt. It is hiithly
satisfactory that a preparalion which embra
ces i:i its reoiod.al ramie s ia my ot the
complaints common to both stxes, shouhl
jirove so eminently beneficial to the weaker
I'Hili nonirvU Ii-.i3:j;j Xo. 1, A, lim!
pK. A. "'l. -Holds its regular communi
--rr cations on the lurst and Third .Sal
' V'cJiit in e:ic!i month, at 7 o'clock,
from tlie tioih of Sf pteniber to the 2oth of
March, and I o'clock from th- cj of March
to the 20?.h of September. Urethren in good
standing are iuv Lied to attend. .
Dy order of
Time tcsisthv .Merits oi" sSl Tilings.
IW FOIl THIRTY YEARS!
Ferry Davis' Pain Killer,
Has been tested in every variety f i !i
mate, and by almost every naio-. known to
Americans. It i the almost, const. mt Com
panion and inestimable friend of the mission
aty and tlie traveler, on -ea and hind and no
one should travel on our J. asks or Hivei.s
W1TIIOCT l r.
1 1 is a speedy an. 1 safe rcmcdv for burns,
scalds, cut, tiruises, wounds and various
o h; r injuries, as well as for dysentery, diar
rluaa, and bowel comnlaints generally, and
is aitmirably suited for every race of men on
the face of the ir-obe.
Re sure you call for and sret the ge.vaine
Pam K.Her, as many worthless nostrums are
attemj-.ie.l to be sold on tbe great ieputa,ion
of tins va u itile meiU'-me.
Directions accoinpauy each bottle.
Pii erJj cis., 5U els., ittitl !3l.UU per
Col 41 p.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Oflive, 01 'roiil Si---t,
Adjoining the Telegrai-UOiiioe, I'ortland Oregon
SPECIAL COLLECTOR ok CLAIMS,
Accounts, Notes. Ronds, Drafts, and Mercan
tile Claims of every desc; iptum, throughout
Oregon and the Territories! WILL HE M ADE
A SPECIALTY, and promptly collected, as
well as with a due regard to economy in all
H.i5tii matters entrusted to his care and
! the itroceeds paid over punctually. . -10 tf
REAL. ESTATE DEALER.
Agents ! Read This !
TTTE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
VV f.t".:tr ner wet-fa and expenses, or
iss-'on. to sell oar new and
v.- ond e r fi 1 inventions.
Aditivs M. WAGNER A- CO., Marshall
Mich. May 2S:n2
Ht-bt-cca Decree Lodge Xo. 3, 1. O. D. F
Q (3 Meet or. tlie Second and Fourth
of each mouth, at t o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree ate invited to
atteud. Dy order of N. G.
If you Avisli the very lcs
v-ao net t tiot'-raniis. voi must cad on
LRAUI.LY &. RULOr SON. 43'JMoatsroraery
t &o-eci,.oaa r rancisco..
LIFE IHSURANGE COMP'Y !
United States of America.
TVASII1XGTOX, D. C.
Brant-Si Oflite at FIiiIat!?liIiSa,
"Where tiie business of the Company is
transacted, and to which all general
correspondence should be adJie-sed.
Philadelphia, Clarence Il.Clai k, Jn v Cooke,
P. Itatchtoid Starr, J. Hinckley Clark, Ceo.
fc Tvler, W. G. Moorhead.
Washington. Henry D. Cooke, E.A.Rollins
Win. E. Chandler, John D. DefVecs.
Xew York, Edw. Dodge, II. C. Fuhnestock.
CLARENCE II. CLARK, President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance
And Executive Committee.
HENRY P. COOKE, Vice P-csidcnt.
EM ERSON W.PEKT, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS G. SMITIRM.D., Medical Director.
J. E WING MEARS, M. I)., Assistant.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C,
and Geo. HARDING, Philadelphia,
The Most Successful Life
Insurance Company of
The World '!
Having issncJ in the first TEN months ot
10,142,800 Dollars !
This Company rflords to its Policy Holders
Ry its Cash paid up Capital ot One Million
Dollars, and guarantees to the Insured,
Law Hates of Premium !
LARGE DIVIDENDS IN ADVANCE,
OR. A REVF RSIONARV DIVIDEND OF
100 PER CENT. BY ITS
Itciurn Premium Plan
Wells, Fargo & Qo
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
Y. E. HALE. MANAGE R
AGEET FOU oi:egos.
OFFICE IX CRFF'S RUII.DIXG,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and Fu st sts.)
EJSTRAXCF ON STARK S THEFT,
S, D. POPE, LOCAL AQiNT.
JAY COOKE k CO. No. 2H5 F.roadway, N.Y"
General Agents for New York au 1 North
ern New Jersey. J. U. Orvis and D. C.
v hitman, Managers.
E. W. CLACK ec CO. Bankers, Xo. 3" South
Third street, Philadelpnia, General Agents
for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jer
sey. C. S. Kus.-ell, Manager.
JAY COOKE !t CO.
E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS & CO. Chicago, General Agents
for Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Mian.
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. D.
W. Kean, Manager,
T.B. EDGAR, St. Louis, General Agent for
Missouri and Kansas. C. Orvis, Manager.
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, Boston.
Agents for New England and
Provinces of Canada,
P. Tucker Man
JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. Baltimore,
General Agents for Maryland, W. A. Wi
VM. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, -General
Agent for the Dominion, of Caaada.
Life Insurance Co.
Directors' oGIce, Xo, 20, Court Stret.
HENRY CROCKET President.
DANIEL SHARP Vice President.
WHITING IL HOLLISTER Secretary.
Tills is among tlie oldest New Eng
land Coin panics.
.VXD APPLIED AFTER THK .SIXOXD PAYMENT.
ALcnu of '10 per cent. wlii-M. deslrctl.
POLICIES ARE NOT FORFEITED in
the Union Mutual Life Insurance Company
by fhilnrc to pay the premium wlen due,
hut are continued in force hv the NON
FORFEITURE LAW of the State of Mas
sachusetts. Examples sliotring (lie IVorUiags
rLAS , or.riNAnv life.
For Example : A party insuring at the age
of thirty-five premium all cash.
One Annual Premium will continue policy
in force '2 years and 3 days.
Two Animal Premiums will continue policy
in t.ncef years and 1'2 days.
Three A nnual Premiums will continue policy
in force (5 years and 27 days.
Four Annual Premium- w.ll continue policy
in torce X yearn and 4(5 days.
Five Annual Premiums will continue policy
in force 10 years and oG days.
ON WHICH 4.0 PEP.CE-N'T. NOTE II AS BE EX GIVEX.
Two Annual Premiums will continue policy
in torce -2 years any 21odays.
Tin ec Annual Premiums will continue police'
in force t veais and 23 days.
Five Annual p'remiums will continue policy
iu l'oicu 7 years and 2oti days.
Example: Premium all Cadi Plat. -Ten
payment Life. One Annual Premium
wid continue i-olicy i i Jo:ce, as a Term
Policy, about 3 years.
Example: Premium 4o per cent. iNote
Plan, Ten Payments Lile. One Annual
Premium will continue po'icy in force
ns a Term Policy, about 2 years and 100
Example: Premiums all Cash Age, 35;
Plan Ordinary Endowment, payable at
the ae of 50. One Annual i'.emiuni
will continue policy in force as a Term
Policy nearly live years, or 4 years and
V.l'i da vs.
Example: Premium all Cash Age 3"i ;
Ten Year Endowment, payable at the
age of 45. One Annual Premium will
continue policy in force as a Term Poller
Xctes on Endowment Policies.
Example : Premium 40 per cent. Note Age,
35; Plan, Ordinary Endowment, paya
Me at the age T 50. One Annual Pre
mium will continue policy in force as a
Term Policy about 3 years.
Example : Preirium 4o per cent. Note Age,
35 ; Plan, Ten Year Endowment, paya
ble at the aj;e of 45. One Annual Pre
mium will continue poiico iu force as a
Merrn Policy about 5 years.
Hates, Assets to Liabilities.
l'Jl.li7 L21.01 121.57 l-2.00
INTEREST BECEIPTS for 1SG0.S 210,070 li
LOSSES PAID IN 13(55 201,100 00
INTEREST RECEIVED IS EX
CESS OF LOSSES PAID. . 39,4S0 14
ASSETS THIS DAY OVER. . . 5,000,OCO 00
LOSSES PAID TO DATE I,fl70,334 00
DIVIDENDS PAID IN CASH
DATE 831,31s 55
INSURANCE ON 14,000 POLI
CIES IX FORCE OVER 30,000,000 00
This Company is not restricted to invest.
it-, its funds iii the New England States
Frotn the iiepoit of the Auditing Committee
we find that $1,000,000 is now loaned upon
estates in the City of Chicago and near there
to, where rates of interest are nearly oi quite
equal to those of the Pacific coast.
There is nothing desirable in Lye Insurance
ichich cannot be secured hy a policy
in ihe UX10X MUTUAL LIFE
IXS URA XCE COUP A X Y.
Pacirsc BrancSi Office,
S. IP. Comer of California and Kearny Sts.,
SAX FRANCISCO, CAL.
H- H- JOKKSTON & CO.,
General Managers, Pacific Coast.
OREGOX & WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
may 2ml FOflTIiAXD
THE NEW ENGLAND
The Oldest Purely KEutual Life
Insurance Company in tlie
rpiIE ONLY MASSACHUSETTS COM
X pinv, nd the onlv Company governed
hv th MASSACHUSETTS NON-FORFEITURE
LAW en the Pacific Coast.
Prurtical Examples of tlie WoiUIstgs
ot tills Law.
A. C. E. Millar, of Portland, Oregon, in
snred under Policy No. 13.054, for ?3,w0,
died over s'x months alter tlie premium was
due and unpaid. The S",0o0 was promptly
paid ihe widow, less the unpaid piemium.
J. W. Jones, of Colusa, California, tnsnied
nnder Pwlicy No. 33.2:i,'ior -? 10, -CO, died
over four months after the premium was
due and unpaid. The 1 0.UoO was promptly
Iaul the widow, les the unpaid premium.
J. 15. J5aldwin. ot Colusa. Cal. . insured un
der Policy No. :53,25t. for si, ouu. died over
thiee months after the premium was due and
unpaid. Tlie 1,000 was promptly paid, less
the unpaid premium.
Is it not an object for you to insure in a
Company where your policy is protected by
such a wise and equitable law?
Tins Company is not restricted t invest
ing its fnn.is in Massachusetts. Tlie funds
are invested in the best securities, where the
largest interest is obtainable. Thus it has
been al:le to return as dividends to the poli
cydioldeis in cash during the last four years,
$2.4ijo,loy. Dividends payable annually in
EVEKSOX & MIDDLEMISS,
PACIFIC RRANCR OFFICE Northwest
corner California and Sansotue sts , oppo
site Rank of California.
STERLING M. HOLDREDGE.
OREGON AND WASHING
Fit OTS MAN IBIIOS.
NO. 121 FRONT STREET,
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
THIS IS THE SECOND FULL AND As
sorted stock received this sjiiinj.'.
We besi leave to assure our customers that
we will keep our store
AIi WAITS PULL.,
And our Goods shall be of
FIUST QUALITY in the KASKET.
Those who have not heretofore dealt with
us. are r spectlully invited to call and ex
amine -ui roods.
We challenge compctit.on in v rices, as
sortment and quality.
To the FARMERS, rUTCIlEr.S
and TAX X EES.
D. TIETZGER Q. Co.
Portland, Oregon, corner Front and Salmon
Streets, opposite the old C uni t House,
are buying all the
TAILS AND VAXES OF HORSES,
THE TAILS OF COWS,
A XI) ALL THE II AIR OF 110 GS,
And are paying a LIBERAL Piice. ' (10.
SJHGER & EBtHE!MiBs
FOR THE MAX U FACTORY OF
SASH, BLINDS ANQ C0CRS5
AND M 1ULDJXGS OF ALL SIZES.
rjW They will also do TURNING, of every
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatch!
Furniture sdore at Weitheimer's stand.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Act m.ui's
23. ly Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
JEW YORK HOTEL,
Xo. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship landing, Portland, Oregon.
II. E0THF03, J. J. VILHXNS,
. 6 00
, . 1 00
Board per Week ...
' with Lodging.
A UCTIOXAND COMMISSION
A. IS. HIeIaja.sloia,
AUCT I O N EER!
of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate. Groceries, Cenoiai Merchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. 13. Kiciiakdson, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Rar snd Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, i ry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron i-.
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors-
A. b. Kiciiakdsox, Auctioneer
J. R. RALSTON,
TS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND.
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CiTr, OREGON.
"TT7TIERE II E WOULD INVITE HIS
V V fiitnds. and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of 0
limits sisicl aps.
many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES I N SMALL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SCCII INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Sdtnce the Cry of Portland Ihices!
Oregon City, August 2Sth, 1S09.
The patronage of those desiring tirst Class
Operation?, is respectfully solicited.
ruttusfaction in alf cases guaranteed.
X. 15, Xlirous O.rde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeiho
Office fu Wei "ram's new bufldiritr. west
side of First street, 1 etween Alder and Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregon.
C. W. POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IP.ON,P,RA-
Z1E S (.OPPER, LEAD PIPE, IRON
1'Ii E AND FITTINGS, EUBBEJ4
HOSE. FORCE ANDqUFT'
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPFR,
BRASS AND IRON
A'so a general assoi trr.ent"
of House Fur-
Tip., Copper, snd Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE T O
ORDER, AND AT
Also at POPE'S SIOVE
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND 1 1N WARE, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. V. POPE & CO.
lLlyJ Oregon City Oregon.
Third Street Store,
AS REMOVED II IS BUSINESS TO
THU51) ST HE EX, between Morri
son and Yamhill, on the second block north,
of the Methodist brick Church, where he
offers for sale CLOTHING, DRY-GOODS,
GROCERIES, ana General Merchandise, at
the lotcat market prices, lor CAME
TEYV COLUMBIAN HOTEL.
Cor. FROXT and MORRISON Sts.,
PORTLAXD, O LEG OX.
KIT The most Comfortable Hotel in the
City. Board and Lodging, from one to two
dollars per day, according to rooms occupied
Free Coach to and from the honse.
Otf EDWARD CARNEY. Proprietor.
STEERS & HIUDE,
WhoiesaEo Dealers in
F0KEIGIT AND DOMESTIC
Wines, I) randies,
No. 40, Fur xt Street, Portland, Orkgox.
Constantlv on nana u gcuu.
Saddlery-. J. H- JSthram, of this
City, is now manufacturing the best Saddlery
and Harness in tlie State. He will hare at
lea f 50 et3 of all grades, from fine to com
mon finished and ready for sale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is bound to make a trade with any man who
wishes to buy of him. He nses both Oregon
and California leather in his establishment,
and his wrk bears a most excellent reputatiott
abroad. We hope that citizens of oar wa
county will think of this, when they trat;;r
articles ia his line, y
-o . t "1
"r4 OF BANCROFT LIBRAR27!I
DNXVERSITT OF CALIF0PJOA