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i gijf tikeMu Enterprise,
TOWS XSti COUXTYi
j "jrR C.tv. There appears to be a total
' wint improvement of our town on the
I jt cf the City Council. We have not
S ji,ncd that that body has done anything
1'i'in the last tin ee months. The sidewalks
I nianv jjjaccs are iria dangerous condition,
ij -hou d be repaired, and many otiiei
thir2s might be done by the city fathers
feich would be of benefit. We would sug
r. that tl-e old en; ne on Main street has
I Ln standing theie about long enough, and
l Ja tb credit of the town either let it be
I loosed in some place or thrown in the river.
lV engine has seen its bc-t days, and do.'e
service, and for the uood she has done
jes better treatment kU n 10 oe s-ianu-
jjif m trie sireei vxniiui ing s aeu u infertilities-
Some of our streets ought to be
turned and obstructions removed. There
Jplentvof work for the Council if they w ill
Ijfc (or it. Business, gentlemen.
bkxerxt.ox of the Yorxo. We are
I fagnnt'd that, a by of about 15 or 10 years
t has been aboutour streets for the past
fwek in an intoxicated condition. This
i'tainzs another matter to our mind, which
I ik. Jntended to mention at the time, but
I R'Ii our memory. The night the I'ixley
tJttca performed h--re, we notic d a hoy, we
(ibofctajirige about 12 year oi age. iiglit and
,Bke a cigar in the hall. It is the very
eiice of impudence f-r a man ,p indulge
liajBitli thing in a hall filled with ladies,
i-ju4.it is a dUr.i:e f r a boy of t i.it ajf to
I isMW in this v ce at aay time or a iy place
ilone in the presence of lalie. We
Tj j V advise parents to keep a watch or.
'f4hou boys, and see where they are at
jjkt, and what they are doing. The mini-
. . . . .1
ffctfi'f bail bo's i this town is very large in
prn'irtiim to the inhabitants, aud we would
jjie.t j see an improvement.
Qcsk East. Capt. Geo. Pease left on the
rt-.tflier last Saturday oi a visit to !he States.
IhtL McGill takf-CJiis place on tbe Alert un
til Ws return. We wish George a pleasant
trip' t'aiit. Cochrane. wliO has been running
oalj'1 upper W.Wamelte for many vears.
nU'jivi-nt hist, taking with him his wife.
Weiion't desire t include these two gee tie
tnttfaii) rig t le number T fiend's men we
Ispokc ot last week. Tuey are above t-uch
. . .
Pjcxic TI.e .piciife or the Clackamas,
airei by -ur bcrnuui citizens last Sunday,
W4 well attended. A number of people
wtrt "P from .1 ortlan J, an 1 a very pleasant
Bi;nas had. i.ood music, dancinr, smd
LtfteT amneiiierneu.s were iT'tten n; fr tlu-
pi'ttjsion. We learn that all wli attended
KnJ ed the Twelves very much.
1Ui.l Match. liie second ame of
jbMbii'.l between the Ec'kf.rds, of this c tv,
hastjWebfeet, of Lafayette, came off at flu
tter id.ice last Mondav. Tiie trjnu- -a.
hrwi.y the X ebf.-et by 19 run-. Tba third
Lad Mai game is to be pLiyed about the 1st
i Jo'v. It is not vet decided where it is to
Isepl iv'rd. Our hoys nmt h i ve been icar d
fo ta away fi tiu home, or their o.'po'nent
Vuid nut have been iible to beat them so
jbatllj. We wiili ihem feetter htck m tbe de
fcidio,; ga lie
I flv.K Wouks. We have received a circu
!r fi n S . J . McConnick, of Portland, c m
tBBga list (prices of fire works. 11c. i.--ly-
on hand with things nee 'ed t prop
-rly trl. brate our National A nniversary, md
Jrii-iii need of anything in tl.at line wilP
doweii ti give hi in a ca!L
r ' . r- -
Tbk Vim. hi n. While many of our sister
Umax are makini; arranemt nts trt atinrn-
iriHyc!el,raie the coming Fourth, would
nut be well f our citi.:is to make amove
Mvea celebration in this date? Will
mnne take hoblc-l this matter and s,e
beUiL-r we Can't have a celebration h. ..-
IT4.m Isjcked. Fjvm the IhralJ of last
.lav we learn that George Gjod, a
h man w hose parent-; reside in this citv.
iaienja-.'ed in A. G. Walliutr's estahli-l-.
pent had thr. e of the fi
Impartially amputated m a pi inting press
XSyio. Doc. Bai low-cut u-- word from
'ortfaad, s..ying that Den. llolladav 'vcnt
lack" on him. and muffo him inv cf r..
1 T w t J "V -
Me. We suppo ed he'd -go back" on
i Who were seivinirhim unless th-v got
biside track on him before the election.
fought-to have been sharo cno.i'.li tn
ft lis ticket before the ib ot June.
Contest. It is the intention of all tbe
femccratic candidates in this county to con-
pi the election. This is as it should be.
e$ pe that the members of the Lci-da-
pnjHvill take the necessary stej s to contest
pne-seats. It we are to be controlled bv
poiterlopers brought here bv lien. Holla-
f,Kt wish to k:iw it.
''"k. u nas. hunmons, a voting man rc-
Ni iiKCutting's precinct, was brought to
pit ty last Saturday aud adjudged insane
f ' County Judge. Mr. Mverst.ok him
PKie asyhitn on Sun 'ay. M- . S. his the
FPotatio f-bf having been verv industrious
Nih iwcd no symptoms of insanity until
pdaesday last, and became raving very
Oiixn Lodok. The Grand Lod-e of F.
ad A. M. of Ore iron meets at Asimiinut
ar. The Portland papers say that
rwj arrangement has been made to make
m fisit of those aiteudinsr asrecable and
fk Collector. We see notices posted
noir streets from W. Chapman. Assistant
AvColIector, to the effect that he will
W on the 20th and 51st. ins'., tn j-olI..r-i.
due from persons in this county.
.px Chops. We have had a verv re
Wng'spring shower during the past week.
plk3) will do COOd to the crotis. The ernre
i8t county, and we learn, in the fnt -
PH are splendid this season.
Books. John Fleming, the "oldest
itant" in this city, has just received a
ffwjand fresh stock of boks and stutionerj
KFft from the East, which he has opened
Blrt if Inln I vr" sf irp 11 nder thf ( ''1111 rt
I'-euved Charity. A festival was given
14 8' Court House lajt Thursday evening
fwfte benefit of (3Js. Painter, a wid -w
JX''J responded to by our citizen--.
f tra or a Printer. Frank 11. Stuart,
Pe!flnowu in tbis State, at different times
Nec-ed with a paper at Jacksonville, Dal-
hr'd l;matiHa detl San Erancisco last
kf- r 'ank was his own wort eneiny.and
F? generous and noble heart.
Sftn l si' n . . r . t - - X
i - ..vr. vuesis are ofgitiuirijz i
r'rtte at tho v;tu: oj c. : t ; .
f ?'.r- This is rtrrri.H n nnnnl thu finf!
ki - - . . . . . . . - - . . . -
of resort for invalids and pleasure
?f T Affss. A new awning has been
fp in frnt of E. D. Kellv's store. We
li""1? some improvements occa-
G ,X Ea-T. Hon. Li. F. Urovrr, Uuveinur
fleet ! O cgon, left Salem last Wednesday
niorni: g n trio to tbe East, overlaud.
Imfro.iau. Mr. Thos. Charman is paint-
residence and fence. It would be
well if some more of our citizens would fol
low his example.
RECOVErifcO. v tiu
recovered so as to
Ma has sufficiently
be able to wall about
Personal. Robt. J. Ladd, of Portland,
called on us vestenhiv.
Poor Williams, lue iwiuical papers
of this State are iust now filled with
mournful eulfgies on the defunct Senator
of Oregon Geo. II. Williams and to take
their words for it, a person would suppose
t lat he embodied all that Was great, good
patriotic and holy. It is of no avail. He
is too well known in Oregon, and bis
doom is sealed and delivered. Come
home. Bro. Williams, to jour Radical
lovers. The people of Oregon, whom you
hire misrepresented at Washington, have
no further use lor you there.
Sam. Clarke, of the Statesman, who was
never known to tell the truth, says that
Polk was carried by fraud. The Oregon
Republican, published in that county, cen
sures the Republicans for its defeat, saying
ihat many stayed away from the polls.
Who know - be- of these two Radical or
gans? Pol .' eo:) -i : is Democratic to the
core -it is on' v by corruption and fraud
that the Radicals ever gained the county.
Er.KCTED. We regret to state that Judge
LBoise is r elected in the 3d Judicial Dis-
irict. lie appears to have a majority of
18 votes. It is a close shave for him, and
we wish that ten out of the eighteen vT)tes
were cast for Mr. Boubam. The nigger
and Indian vo.c elects him. and if he has
any sell-respe v he will not demand bis
seat on such votes, against the expressed
will of a majority of the white men of the
Doi."r Mis.s Thkm. Tlu 0,'egonian
threatens prosecution of the Wasco county
election judges because they refused to
receive fteenth amendment votes. Go
ahead. Go ahead. Tw o loyal judges in
this city refused fifteenth amendment
vote, and we hope the U. S. Attorney will
take iftls cas.1 in hand. WV think if he
commences that game he still find a little
woik in this county on that score, aid
Radical. The Radicals have carried
Washington Territory, and re-elected that
silvery -toned orator' Garfieldc, Dele
gate to Congress. T! at is atjORt the only
Radical spot n the Pacific slope, and it is
to be hoped that t!ie benighted Washing
ton Ten itoryites may become sufficiently
informed and turn from their evil ways.
Favohs. We are under obligations to
ii t Q c.;it, tnr. .l..o. ...... tc
AVoiuan uiid tier Ae :.
Subject by-the law of nature to many phys
ical afflictions from whirh man is exempt,
woman is peculiarly entitled t the best ef
forts of medical science in her behalf. For
a majority- of the ailment- to yv'jich licr sex
is exJnsivilv liable, HOSTKTTFR'S STOM
ACll 1H ITERS are, warmly re :ommenued
on the authority of w.ves, mothers, and
nurses, who have tested their genial t mic
and regulating propreties, and know yv here
of they speak ;" :ini also with the sanction
of able phy.-icians, who have administered
the preparation to their female patients, in
ob-ittnate ca-es of functional derangement
with the happiest results. Almost all fe
male complaints cf a special character, are
complicated with mental glo im and des
pondency, and the gentle and lasting exhila
iat ng effects of this wholesome medicated
stimu'.ant ad ipts admirably for cases of this
complex nature. As a remedy for the hys
teria and mental hallucinations yvhich sometime-
re ark both ths earlier and the latter
crisis in tbe lite of woman, it has no equal
in the repeitory of tke healing art, a:id as a
means ot relei.-ing the nasse i and other un
pleasant feel ngs yvhich precede maternity, it
is equally efficacious. Nursing m-'thers also
find it an admirable invigorant. It is highly
satisfactory that a preparation which embra
ces in its remedpvl rane s m.my of the
complaints common to both stxes, should
prove so eminently beneficial to the weaker
lols I In- Jtlt-i it of nil Tilings.
FOR THIRTY YEARS! -Tra
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Has been tes'ed in every variety f cli
mate, and by almost every natio-. known to
Anieiicans. It i" the almost constant com
panion and inestimable friend of the mission
ary and the traveler, on ea arid land and no
one slrmld travel on our Lakes or Rivehs
It is a speedy and saft? remedv for burns,
scalds, cuts, bruises, wounds and Various
o her injuries, as well as tor dysentery, diar
rha?a, and bowel comp'aints generally, and
is a.innrabsy suited tor every race of men on
the face of the g obe.
Be sure you call for and get t'te genuine
Pain K Her. as many worthless nostrums are
attempted to be sold oa the great reputaiion
ot this variable medn-me.
Directions accompany eac'i bottle.
!Vlvc33 cts., 50 cts.. aiirt $1.00 per
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Office, ?lio. 64 K,.,n Street,
Aajoinin- the Ttlegrapb OUiee, Portland Oregon.
SPECIAL COLLECTOR, ok CLAIMS.
Accounts, Notes, Bonds. Drafts, and Merear.
tile Claims of every desci iption. thnniibout
Oregon and the Territories, WILL ME MADE
A Sl'Et'l ALT Y, and promptly col'ected, as
ell as with a due regard to economy in all
business -.natiers entrusted to his care and
the proceeds paid over punctually. 4otf
RE A Li ESTATE DF.ALER.
Rebecca Degree Lodge Xo. 3,1.0. O. F".
Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend. Br order of N. .
If you wish the very best
Cabinet Photographs. I von most call o i
BRADLEY & RULOFSO 439 Montgomery
BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT PLACED
in my hands for the purpose of collect
log delinquent taxes, due to Cla.-kama-county,
and to me directed, 1 will, on tin
second day of July, A. D., 1870, expose foi
sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder,
lor U. S. gold coin in hand paid, the follow
ing tracts or parcels of land, or so much
thereof as is sntlicient to pay the taxes d;n
thereon for the rear ISW, together witu cost
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. ni. n sain
day and continue from day to day until sold.
Sale to take place in front of the Cour;
House door, in O.egon City, Clackamas
county, Oregon :
Jl cr K
7 3s lw 240 f"0 670 ?10 S:,
Altree, K S, 23 3e 270 075
Beardsley, Ann, 23 s lw 100 400
Bavin,' Lotir, improvements on
public land. 100 175
Boston, J W, 17 3s lw 200 4)0 117
B:dwell(heirs of) 3s 3e 1C0 SoO
Bonton, V W, 2s 3e 15 75
Burbank, J T, 16) 4oO
Clagart, Chas, Is 4e 100 150
Cotlee, Andervin, 2s 3e 101 200
CuhiertsorijAudreir.ls 4e 100 2oo .
Connell, JO, 32 2s le 92 14o
Olark, 11 , 07 5, 0 loo
Delates, Jackson, 2s le 75 5oo
Dun ton, T J 2s 2e 8 4oo
Epperson, John, 3s le 93 S00
Findlav, David, 30 3s 2o 820 4U0
Fruit, Jas,19 12 100
Garrett, I V 20 5s lw 50 204 135
Glover, E, imp. on pub lands 133
Gardner, George, sec 11, 23, 2G
2s 3e lyO 470 8 52
Glannin,T, 1 5s le 320 400 0 4
(ruber, John. IS 2s 2e 4 400 6 4
03 4 1 3 mi 1 1,150 19 4
Gist. JasII, 9 2,7 200. 3 2
IIughes,llachael.20 3s lw 180 900 14 4
Haigrave, S A, 20 5s le 100 200 3 2'
Ilarroll, R Mrs, 4 2s le 100 400 400 0 4
ILnve, James, 112s 2e loo 150 150 2 4'
Hamilton, Wm, 2s le 329 1,000 lG.oc
Henry, R W (Oswego)
1 3 - 50 80
Halpine, James, (OsWego)
1 8 400 G 4o
Jackson, Francis (estate of)
GO 5s 2e 320 500 778 12 5i
Job, Samuel 5s le 322 400
Jones, Luciuda, 4s le 100 250
Jackson, W E. 0 5s 2e 200 350
Kellogg, ML Mrs,30 Is le 3 1-2 400 425
K nutter, Wm.
sec 32, 20 3s 2e 320 600
Lafer, A, 1 ."is lw luO 19 J
La very, V'm (Oswego)
B 5 sc-c 17 and 20
2s le 330 229
Larery, J K, 20 2s le 70 140
Larkins, James, imp public iands
Lewis, W H. 22 2s le ISO 200
Moshburser.Chas 4 5s le SO 25o
Morgan. Mary, 30 4s lw So 400
Markham, Mrs, 20,
21, 28, 29 2s 3 e 150 200
McCraken. John, 3s 3e 10)300
M.dF.itt, Jas, 27,2S2s 2e 400 loot)
Moore, Henry. 32 2s le 92 200
Munsev. J W ' 3s 2e 160 200
Pedige.J 11, 21,28 2s 3e 200 400 410
Pollock, S L
3 7, 8 500
Reynolds, X II. 23 3s le 160 200
Hobins n.Rtl Mrs 20 2s lw 230 500
Russell, W. imp public land 50
I'iii-v J w-nh 3s lc 19 2ot)
Riggs, F M. 2 4 le So 30o 317
Spicer, Altred XI 22 5s le 100 2-"o 329
..icer, .Nancy a -s le 100 250 305
J Shepperd, J rf, 33 .Vs le SO 50
Som ers. (eo, 29 4s lc P20 300
Saiith.J W.irnp on public land 2oo 371
r-anaers.vv u 6i I o v.
SuutSas, B F, one mill
12 Ss 3e inOO 648 1Q 3-:
Sommers, C. A, sees 21, 22. 27, 23
2- 3e 120 1.0 110 1 Tfi
Silver.C S seos 12,13 3s 3e 320 ru0 S 0t
I'J s 50 8"'
Tinslev, W T 11,12 os le 1G0 100 140 3 2
Taylor. G W, 25 lw
30 4s le 1RD 553 0 J-
Tucker, J P,imp on pub land? 134 3 It
Tarrant, S. ' " 50 S'
Vinson, J. S. 32 4s le 220 500 8 in
Weddle, Elijah. 2 (5s le 160 550 (ISO 12 03
Wilson, Hobert. one mill
17 2s 5e 1G0 500 1450 2 4 2
Wavman F, homestead, sec 43 t2s
sees 33,34 3s le 12 loo 135 2 15
Weeks.W W " 13, 1 3s I w 371 900 14 4"
Wes'fall, C A, os lw 80 100 1 G
Williams, Samuel, Is 4e 100 200 3 2o
Williams. SL Is 4e 100 200 3 20
Williams. Simon, Is 4e 160 350 5 Co
Wilson. E A, 9 2s le 170 200 3 2.
Williamson, J 1,2 2s le 100 150 2 40
White & Rho ides
29 7 3000 2700 43 20
14 7, 8 1"1 2 40
Sheriff Clackamas coui.ty.
Oregon City, June 8, IH7
the rn'itter of the estate of Jams Mc-
Laughlin.dei eased. In the County Cour
of tiackamas county. State of Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that Jas. M. Moore,
the Administrator of the estate of Jame
McLaughlin, deceased, ha rendered for
s' ttlement, and lilt-d in said Court, his fina
account of his Administia;ion of tlie estate
of said deceased ; and that
Txfsd't'j, the Fifth (oih) day of Juhj,
A. D. 1S70, being a dav of a regular term o
said Court, to-wit: of the June term.
A. D. 1S70, has been duly appointed by the
said Court, for the hearing of objections to
such final account. and the settlement thereof.
By order of said Court. Attest:
J. M. FRAZER, Coui,ty Clerk,
May 7, lS70:5t
THE BEST NEW YORK
AT SEVEN DOLLARS,
A Large Assortment of
WERE RECEIVED BY
J. C. Mcussclorffer & Bro.
Agents ! Read This !
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
of 30 per week and expenses, or
allow a commrss;on, to sell our new and
Address 51. WAGNER & CO., Marshall,
Mich. May SSrii?
LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y !
v KSij-j era
United States or America,
J VA MUX G TOXt D. C.
Branch Office at PIiIIikU lptiiu.
Where the business of the Company is
transacted, and to which all general
correspondence should be adJiesed.
Philadelphia Clarence II. Clark, Jay Cooke,
F. Ratctllord Starr, J. Hinckley Clark, Geo.
Tvler, W. (J. Moorhead.
Washington. HenrvD. Cookp, E. A. Rollins
Win. E. Chandler, John I). DelYees.
New York, Edw. Dodge, II. C. Fahncstoek.
CLAREXCE II. CLAIifC. President,
IAV COOKE, Chairman Finance
And Executive Committee.
riEXRY D. COOKE, Vice P-esident.
MMERSOX W.PEET. Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS. . ..4MITI1.M.D., Medical Director.
J. EWIXG MEARS, M. D., Assistant.
VM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C,
aud Geo. IIACDIXG, rhiladclhi.,
The Most Successful Life
Insurance Company of
i n World !
Having issued in the first TEX months ot
15,142,800 Dollar:- !
This Company LlTords to its Policy Holders
lit its Cash paid up Capital of One Million
Dollars, and guarantees to the Insured,
Low Rates of i emium !
LARGE DIVIDENDS IN ADVANCE,
)R. A REVERSIONARY DIVIDEND OF
100 PER CENT. BY ITS
Return Premium Plan !
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
X. E. II ALE MANAGE R
A. I. EldLlS, M. !.,
AGEKT FOR OKEGO.V.
OFF.CE IX CREEPS BUILT) ' G,
(Up stairs, bet. Front ai, d First sts.)
:a tra.sl e x s i auk .s ' reet,
s. d. popeTlogal ag.nt
JAY COOKE t"t CO. No. 21 'J Broadway, N.Y
General Agents for Nw York and North
ern New Jersey. J. U. Orvis and D. C.
E. W. CLACK .V CO. Bankers, No. r" South
Third street. Philadelpnia, General Agents
for Pennsylvania and Southern .New Jer
sey. C. S. Rus.-ell, Manager.
JAY COOKE & CO. Washington. General
Southern Agent-. E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS & CO. Chicago, General Agents
for lllino'S, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minn.
JOHN W. ELLIS & CO. No. 122 Walnut St..
Cincinnati, Ger ral Agents for Ohio and
Central aud Southern Indiana.
S. A. KEAN k GO. Detroit, General Agents
for Michigan and Northern Indiana. D.
W. Kean. Mauager,
T. B. EDGAR, St. Louis, General Agent for
Missouri and Kansas. C. Orvis. Manager.
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, Boston. General
Agents for New England and Eastern
Provinces of Canada. J. P. Tucker Man
JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. Baltimore,
General Agents for Maryland, W. A. i
Y1. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, -General
Arxr.t fyv.thc Dominion of Caaada.
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f l-a"B BAB
Life insurance Co.
Directors' otilce, Xo, 89, Court Stret,
HENRY CROCKET President.
. .Vice President.
WHITING H. 110LLISTER Secretary.
Tints is among oldest New Eng
K T !B
AKD APPLIED AFTEK THE SECOND PAYMENT.
A Loan of dLO per cenb wlicii desire?.
POLICIES ARE NOT TFORFEITED in
the Unio:t Mutual Life Insurance Company
by failure to pay the premium tvl en due.
b it, are continued in for-e by the NON
FORFEITURE LAW of the State of Mas-sachu.-
Exumplcs fcliovitig the Workings of
I LAN, OUDINARf t.lfEi
Foil Example : A party insuring at the age
o' thirty-five premium all cash.
On Annual Premium will continue policy
in lorce 2 years and ? days.
Two Animal l'remiu us will coutinue policy
in trce 4 years and I'J days.
Three Ai.nual Premiums will continue polic-
in force i years and 27 days.
Four Annual Premium- w 11 t ontinue policy
in force s year.- and 4; days.
Five Annual Premiums will continue policy
in force lu years and G days.
OX WHICH 40 TERCKNT. NOTE HAS I1EEX GIVEN.
Two Annual Premiums will continue policy
in lorce '2 years any 21" days.
Th? ee Annual Premiums will continue policy
in fnrce 4 ycais and 2:5 days.
Five Annual Premiums will continue policy
in force 7 years.and 2oS days.
Exami'LE : Premium aH Cash Plan -Ten
Pavment Life. One Annual Premium
w id i ontinue policy ia Joice, as a Term
Policy, abiuit o years.
I'xampi.k: Premium 4'i per cent. Note
Plan, Ten Payments Life. One Annual
Picminni wiil continue po"h-y in force!
as a Term Policy, about 2 years and 100
ExAMrLte: Premiums all Cash Age. 35;
Plan Ordirary Endowment, payable at
the age of ;(). One Annual P emium
will continue policy in force as a Term
Policy nearly live years, or 4 years and
Examim.e: Premium all Cash Age 35;
Ten Year Endowment, payable at the
cge of 45. One Annnal Premium will
continue policy in iorue as a Term Policy
Xofeson Endowment Policies
ExAMrLE : Premium 4" per cent. Note Age,
35; Plan, Ordinary Endowment, paya
bio ut the age -f 50. One Annual Pre
iniiu.i will coinin.ie policy in force as a
Term Pol cy about 3 years.
Example : Preir.ium 40 per cent. Note Age,
oo ; Plan, Ten Year Endowment, paya
ble at the age of 45. One Annual Pre
mium will continue poiico in force as a
Menu Policv about 5 years.
IlUte.-, Assets to Lunlilllt ica.
ISfiG. 1S''7. 1S03. lSf.9.
1-1.97 121.01 131.57 127.00
INTEREST CECEIPTS for 1SG0.$ 40,670 14
LOSSES PAID IN 1S6 201,100 00
INTEREST RECEIYED IX EX
CESS OF LOSSES PAID. . 30,430 14
ASSETS THIS DAY OVER... 5,000,000 00
LOSSES PAID TO DATE L'570,334 00
DIVIDENDS PAID IN CASH
DATE..... ; 051.S13 55
INSURANCE ON 14,000 POLI
CIES IN FORCE OYER 30,000,000 00
Tins Company is not restricted to invest,
ing its funds in the New Iv gland States
From the deport of the Auditing Committee
we lind that $l.i;oo,(00 i now loaned upon
. states in the City of Chicago and near there
to, where rates of interest ar nearly oi quite
equal to those of the Paciiic coast.
There is nothing uesirauie in Life Insurance
ichich cannot le secured hy a policy
in ihe trXIOX MUTUAL LIFE
IXSURAXCE CO MP AX Y.
Pacific Branch Office,
IV. Comer of California and Kearny St..
SAN FRANCISCO, CAE,
H. H. JOHNSTON & CO.,
General Managers, Pacific Coast.
OREGON & WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
. upv 2uil POISTLAND
i . 11 ' .'ammmm-- 1 r i 1 tth i rn i..ii.,ii njiiij r.ii . mi
.1. ii-n i n ii rr "
THE NEW ENGLAND
The Oldest Purely Mutual Life
IiiEnrance Company in the
assets . ..... $9,000,000
rpiIE ONLY MASSACHUSETTS COM
I pjnv, and the onlv Companv governed
Mr the MASSACHUSETTS NON-FORFEITURE
LAW on the Pacific Coast.
Practical Examples of tlie Workings
ot tills La i
A. C. E Miller, of Portland, Oregon, in
sured under Policy No. 13.04, for $5,O.0,
died over six months alter the premium was
dne and nnpaid. The $5,000 was promptly
paid ihe widow, less the unpaid pi emium.
J. W. Jones, of Colusa, California, msuted
nnder Pwlicy No. 33.235, for Jlo.oo, died
over four months after the premiuhi was
due and unpaid. The J lO.foO was promptly
paid the widow, less the unpaid piemium.
J. B. Baldwin. -of Colusa. Cat., insured un
der Policy No. ?S,2r. for 1,000. died over
thiee months after ihe premium was due and
unpaid. The $1,000 was promptly paid, less
the uupaid premium.
Is it hot an object for you to injure in a
Company where your policy is protected by
such a wise and equitable law?
Tins Company is not restricted ta invest
ing its funds in Massachusetts The funds
are invested in the best securities, where the
largest interest is obtainable. Thus it l as j
been a'.le to return as dividends to the poli- i
cy-holdei s in cash during the last four yea ti.
'2.4G(j,luy. Dividends pa able annually ill
EVEPcSOX & MIDDLEMISS,
PACIFIC RRANCI1 OFFICE Northwest
corner Califo ni i and Sausome sts., oppo
site Dank of California.
STERLING M. HGLDREBGE,
OREGON AND WASHING
NO. 121 FRONT STREET,
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
rp IS IS THE SECOND FULL AND AS
1 sorted stock received this spring.
We beg leave to assuie our customers tjiat
we will keep our store
An 1 our Gcods shall be of
FIRST QUALITY in the MARKET.
Those who have not heretofore dealt with
us. are r spi--Uu!Iy invited to cail and ex
amine ui gods.
We challenge competition in nces as
sortment and quality.
To the FAR5. ERS, BUTCIIEr.S
D. rVIETZCER & Co.
Portland, Oregon, corner Front and SalmoD
Streets, opposite the old Court House,
Hie buying all the
TAILS ASD MAXES OF HORSES,
TEE TAILS OF CO WS,
AXD ALL TIIE HAIR OF HOGS,
And nre paying LIBERAL Piice. (10-b
SINGER & WERTHEIMER,
FOR THE MAX U FACTORY OF
SASH, BLINDS AND COGRS,
AND M rLDINGS OF A T.I. S ZES
STS- They wid also do TURNING, of every
description to order,
With Neatness aiid Dispatch!
Fufnitnre Srtore at Wertheimer's stand.
all work Warranted.
Shop on the River, back of Ackeimnn's
23. ly Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
JyJ-EW YORK HOTEL,
, No. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship lauding, Portland. Oregon ;
H. E0THF0S, J. J, WILKENS,
Board per Week
. . . 95 00
.... 6 00
Notice oi k'uid.1 otftt
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
State of urego.i for the c-mnty of,
.ackamas : n the matter of the. estate of
James I v Lorlng, deceased.-
Whereas. W. W. Chapman, Ad'ir??nistrator
of the said ettfte has this 7ih utty of June,
18.0, filed hrs final accoont. askfng' fih'al s-t
tlement of th stvm... Therefore any and all
1-ersons intt re.tfd in said estate are h'orfrbv
notified to be andl appear ii thv s?d Ccnirt
on 1 nesday, the th dav .,f Atiy, 1970 at
10 o'clock, A. M., at the Court House, fi. said
county, to make objections if anir there be
to said final account and settlement By
order of W. T. M a r nrK
W. W. Chapman, Ad miiit rL..i ji i j
estiite of James L. Loring, deceased.
Jne 7th, 1870 :ot
, 1 a - ' r
I.' Ti r. , A t. . TIIE EST TE OF'
" ' wd: In the County
Court of Clackamas countv, State ot Oregon
The adnlifiistratnr of sail Estate having
filed his final account :or lement thereoV
it was ordered by the Uuit that Tut-sday
the 5 day of Ju y, 1370, bet-et apart for hear
ing objections to said final account and the
settlement of the same with said adniinis--trator.
By order of said Corfrt.
J. M. FRAZER,
June 11, 1870:4w 0
AL SETTLEMEX 1.
In the matter of the estate of Hezekiah1
Johnson, deceased. In the County Court of
Clackamas County, State of Oregon.
W. C. Johnsi-n, the executor of aid es
tate, having ti ed his accounts and vouchers
for final si ttlenu-nt thereof, the Countj' (,-ourt
of said couniy has appointed the fiist day of
the July term. 170, of said Court, for the"
ex imination and adjus nient of si ch ac
counts, and the final set lem nt of said
June 7, 1870. 4t Executor.
ROM TIIE SUBSCRIBER, ABOUT THE
1st of Mav last, one small ciavmare.
l it er slim neck, work in liTi.es; also, one
dark bay in. ire, known as th John Wilson
mare, heavy hi.me.. Any information or thu
return of the animales will be liberallv re
warded. JOS. BAKER.
Oregon City, June 10.l870:ev
A HCTTOX AND COMMISSI 0
A II. RicSfiarlon9
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Merchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Satvrdcry f
A. B, Richardson, Auctioneer,-
AT PI! IV ATE SALE,
English refined Bar and Bundle lion
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pubs, sheet iron, R. G Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. liiciiAKDSox, Auctioneer
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
Late a, ,. d aleki
The patronage of those desiring First Class
Operations, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. B. Xitirons O.ryde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Offick in Wt-igant's new b dditig, wi at
side o: First street, 1 eiweeu Alder and Mor
rison stieets, l'ortland, Oregon.
C. W. PCPE & CO.,
TCVES, TIN PLATE SIltE P IRON.r.RA
: IE S OtTEB. I I Al I'll E I WO
PILE AND FITTINGS, RL RBER
HOS::. FOK E AN ; I FT
- iUMP ZINC, COii'i'R.
BRASS AND I.. ON
Also a general assoitment of House FuiV)
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESC TION LONE TO
ORl'ER, AND AT
Alfto at tOPE S S ivVtl gTGRE you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE D 1 INN All , 1.A NTfcLNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LA MIS. AL0
Ail of the above articles are for sale atv
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C AV. FOPE & CO.
ILlyJ Oregon City Oregon.
TEW COLUMBIAN HOTEL.
Cor. FRONT and MORRISON Sts.,'
POU1 LAND, i.EGON.
rs-The most Comfortable Hotel in thV
Citv. Board and Lodcring, from one to two"
dollars pr day, according to rooms ocedpied.-
r ree uoacn to nnu trom the house.
tjj El) W A It CARNEY. Pfoprtetor.-
STEERS & HlNDEr
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Mines, JSran'dtcs; IVJiisJcies, EtCt
No. 49, Front StUkeT roRtLAfp, OpscoH.
Constantly on hand a genuine article of
Saddlerv.J 11 Schrau), of this
City, is now manufacturing the be.-t Saddlery
and Harness in the State. He, trill have at
least 50 sets of all grades, froifl fine to com
mon, finished and ready for ale nt monjn,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is bound to make a trade wnh Dym.n ho
wisbes to buy of him. He nses both Oregon
Ind Calif'-r w leather in his establishment,
and his vorkVears a most excellent reputation
ihrrid Wc h"pe fl.at citizens of our own
will think of this, when they want any
articles in his line.-
MultnomaTt Irfxlge JVo. 1. A. mtt
AA.. iUolds its regular rommirai
cations on the First and Third at
urday in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 20th of September to the 20th of
March, and 74 o'clock from the2oth of March
f o the 20th of September. . Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of IT. M.
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