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jrlje tUrckln (Enterprise.
(5-OAVX AXD tOUXTY.
cciioor. Examination-. We learn that all
the closes at the Oregon City Seminary
s-etl a very
creditable examination at
.l , -in; exercises, me examination
ft as conducted by Mr. S. D. Tope. Princi
pal of the school. Dr. Ilarclay, and N. W.
Itand.iH. The singing by the scholars
fras led Jay Iiev. John V. Selhvood. On
Tue-day evening the scholars and friends
thet at the Congregational Church for the
purpose of receiving the diplomas and
nortificatcs. Addresses were made by
f J. W. Sell wood and E. Gerry. The
nines of the graduates are. Mioses Ilattie
md Katie IJarclay, Jennie and Mollie
barlow, Emma Miller and Kate llunsaker.
..Iter the graduating class hail received
their diplomas, ihey presented Mr. Tope,
ibryiigh M-si Katie IJarclay, who made a
wrf appropriate presentation address,
tvitb a beautifully bound gilt bible, which
vas repohlled to by the recipient.
tiiE Foi nni at Okego.n City. The Com
mittee of Airan-jement-i for the celebration
cf the National Birthday of our country
U-. c saeceedQl in procuring the necessary
fn.ls and making the arrangements for a
I - glorious observance ui iue ua;.
I i T'iTe will be a frfoef ssinn, esco
I (ire 'on City Bia-s Rand ; sing
otious observance oi me ua;. in mis city.
escorted by the
ir 1 1 1 r hv the
Club ; reading of the Declaration of
ilence, bvJ. A. hmitii, hsq. and a
J : .. . , .. Mp rtr.n A I V i r o , . T .-.,. 1 ... 1
ot the day. VV e hope that our citizens will
participate in the celebration of the day, and
make the occasion a grand success, one that
w II n tiect credit on our city and her patri
That EnSixk. That ever-observable
object on Main street, the engine, still re
mains in its place. LastJ-aturday evening
a small boy while playing on it fell from
J lie top to the sidewalk, injuring himself
'"severely. If our city parents don't take
cire of tljat nuisance, together with the
Mwulk, th;i city may be called upon
some day to pay a small bill of damages.
The brakes of the engine are frequently
put clown so as to project over the side
walk, and ijjierson coining against them
at night can very handily be injured.
; Cii wenok. In another column will be
I found challenge to ihc Webfoot Club, of
1 .Jyifayette, from the Eck fords, of this city,
i "Ve regret that the apparent pood feeling
between the two clubs at their first meeting
i (should t'Tininate this way, hut. the insiuua-
tions contained in the last Issue ot the Blade
? that (Hir bovs were willing to let the trame
flul with the second, thus stand one and one,
Wits unjust. Our hoys were ready to play at
any tune, while it was the Webfcet that failed
to "come to time."
,; Amisinu. A man with aa ox team passed
! through town, and he Offered a fellow $-J.5(1
H i ride one of his oxen, which was accepted,
I but the fellow h id hardly mounted him when
;!( f ii'id h'niself lodged on t';o ground. It
w.i fin for the hoys Ktandng uri und. We
,(' 't know whether the te!!mv wao was
:"fu r the S50 enjoyed it or n t.
Ivsane. Henry Neaves was a i rested last
Monday and taken before the County Judge.
m ho adjudged him insane. He was takeo to
t.'.e syium. There was considerable trouble
to secure luin. as he had.a gun and k .ife
with him, and bad threH'tued those who ar
li'Me.l him. He has been a terror to the
litf'tib irhood fur some time.
& le '
" m. D.vViMso.v. A new advertisement of
tins rial ejdate dealer and collector, at. J'o;t
lan I, will be found in our c-1 .m is t -day.
)!r. Davidson, bv a strict ate:itiou to busi-
l'l-ss, punctuality and industry, has estab
lished a line tois'i ii-.v-j. tinil ita tnmr iW-it
jiTsons entnutiug bu-incoS to hi:u will t;uJ
l im prompt and faithful.
It. Metzgeu. The readers are referred to
fie advertisement of this gentleman. It will
lyeen thatjiB is prepared to furnish curled
Imp. of Oregon manidactui ,-) at low rates,
iind that he buys m ines a'id tiils of l,,,r..
55J tails of cows. Patronize home iudusirv. '
C'HEnnii.s. Mr. W. X. li. Holmes, of this
roiinty, left at our olficj a limb T cherries
'Ut IS inches in leiurth which contained
"iaige cWries ; n part of the limb eight
I loihrs, conta'mcn ot this number IS 5. There
ere-a number iilreadv picked off when we
f'veived it, und the entire l.mb must have
ad originally at least L'.'iO ehenies on it.
that's what we call tome cherries.
Phrsonal. We had the pleasure of calls
J'iring the past week from Eugene Semple,
i'lQ.. of Portland. W T W-hv
Jle.UiiinvilIe lion 1 I.'
Wadluads. K so .. o Salem.
J'iRK. An Indiaiwiamed Munrfy, one ot
te"'cTlest inloihi t nf .-.f
reykfeiiee destroyed by fire last Thurs-
v-w. l ie los iviu 1,1, f o:
. - -- ' " .j 1 b 11 mill
3"et it was
i I- 0. 0, 10 The following gentlemen were
"Ctediliccrs t f Oregon City Lodge No. 3,
? f- 0. P., last Thursd.ivPevenir,r. V. n
iMtuvs. N. t;
evy. V. (Jr.; Win. H.
'"shall, R. s.; S.
A. 1 1 11 he I
I miEa Ball. The Fire Department
'' Kivc a rran.l hull f,- tun . r .1
. - o " ' 1 1 v. ucuviu jl tie
I'i'tincnt. on lipvt M
jP "w " uuu reuowa nail.
r ' 5
, Wt Sit no, eon-. Mr. Barclay rv,.rM a
fUrSeo this week w.-itrUin ol,T
1 -nd. Pretty big fish. J
W'E A sociablftlwas ln.l in flio
tT end of town last Saturday evening at
tLCreieVerVb0dy Ciii"?cd themselves ex-
I HK.-Sbrlff Myers will sell to-day (Sat
yj all the property on which the taxes
?iU3 Uini.H i.
Jeb a.i-3. The Oregon City Glee Club
fce1ual1'si"S for thG Fourth. Good sing-
I - uuu uu me occasion. 1
: is announced to come off
. . .
, next Monday evening.
s .Moxtult. e have received
number of this popular Magazine.
. 1:5 filled with interesting matter.
l-E&ts. Mr. 11. C. Myers, for some time
jMeug.igp, in business in this city, leaves
$ . l'V 'or eastern Oregon, where he will
, e'ge ia stock raising Success to him.
Wfo u.i 1 uui 1 1 v nave 1 1 v 1 n 1. u
1 jLi ?Jll'v'. number of this interesting period i
ier k 1S lieredit to the Pacific coast and
'uv su-)uiu rea(i it.
ot-XTr Cotrt. The County Conrt for
1(:kamas countPconvene next Tuesday.
jEw Awxixg. Tbe Lincoln Bakprv
. v , I'nnl rm n r . 1 . . . . . t. . "
- vi w.Miuiuim i'.ii it li'w.v awning
Does not every one see thai there is less
probability that the Democrats will carry
the next House than there was two years
ago that they would carry the present
Certainly there is. Eight years ago the
Democracy had only one member hi both
branches of the Legislature, elected by
four majority : six years ago they had four
members ; four years ago they lacked
about five of a majority in both branches.
and last year they had a majority in both
of about one or two, and h!s lirrie tbey
have a majority of seventeen. There is no
reason, is there, of expecting to carry the
next Legislature ? The past is no criterion
to go by? There is no doubt of the success
of the Democratic party two years hence
by a larger majority than this State has
ever belore given. Mark that prediction
and console yourself.
Rkceivkd. We welcome to our ex
change lift the Red lHver Post, published
at I ewisville. Ark., by Smith fcTownsend.
Everybody knows Capt. V. V. Smith for
merly of Linn county, and will be glad to
hear that he is publishing one of the sound
est Republican, journals in Arkansas.
The V. V. Smith mentioned in the above
is the eldest son of the late Delazon Smith,
whose memory is dear to every Democrat
in Oregon, and the son's recreancy from
the path of his illustrious father, shows the
degeneracy of the human family. The
memory'of his great father should have
prevented him for all time from associat
ing himself with those who were his deadly
Those who were present at the capture
of the escaped convicts say that np such
remark as that very suggestive one, at
tributed to Hayden by the Statesman, was
made by any of the prisoners. However,
while on their way back to the penitenti
ary, one of the prisoners expressed his
regrets to a member of the capturing
party because he did ruit have four hun
dred dollars with which to get 'a pardon
before the present State officials are ousted.
Hkarth & Home for June 25th contains
the first of a series of sketches entitled
Jelhro Throop's Xljht Thoughts, by Jonv
Tiioms, who i3 no other than Petroleum
V. Xasbv. The great humorist will take
an honest country boy to the city, conduct
mm through, the usual experience, and
restore him to his home a sadder and
wiser boy. satisfied that the peaceful,
honest, and temporate life of the farmer
is the best and safest life that can be lived.
This is a lesson greatly needed at this
time, and Na.sby is the man to teach it.
Cheerfulness is a great viriue. Hope
and fortitude under adverse circumstances
are greatly to be commended. Orejonian.
We recommend that yon console your
self with these glorious virtues, as they
are all that is now left you. Your ' ad
verse circumstances ' are greatly to be
pitied. Eight years of power is hard to
relinquish even in Oregon, but the people
have given you your discharge for all
time to come.
The Supreni" Court of Oregon will be
very respectable after all. SOdesman.
We are glad that the Statesman has such
a favorable opinion of Messrs. Prim.
Thayer rind Mc.Vrthur. We hope to in
clude Hon. 13. F. l onliam in the list ere
CoMBrxATiox. The Padioal papeis have
combined their forces and are now indus
trious'' laboring to create the impression
that they with Geo. II. Williams are the
only parties who can build the railroad
on the west side. It is a dodge to influ
ence men to vote for Williams for U. S.
Senator. It won't win.
Ti i ave rt Pkohaw.y Elected. The re
port, that Judg. Kelsiy is elected in the
2d Judicial District is probably proma
t u re. Sfa'esm in.
That is the fi;-t time we have heard a
willful falsehood called by the modest
name of-' preina'iuv." Tlu're is no neces
sity of saying ' prcbably when you
know that h is elec d by 7-1 majoiity.
Oiu-e, ."o. Ol Front Stret-t,
j PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Special Collector of Claims.
A large amount of CITV and EAST POUT
LAND Property for Sale.
A!s-, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
eu tivatid LANDS, located in all parts ol
Investments in REAL ESTATE aid other
PROPERTY made foi correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriotions promptly col
leted. HOUSES and STORES leased.
All kinds of Financial and General Agt-ncy
Parties havfng FARM PROPERTY for sale
will please turoi-h descriptions of the sam
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each of the principal CITIES aud TOWNS
of this STATE.
Clialleug,. 10 the IVebfootClub.
To the Web foot B. B. C. :
Hearing of the late." boasts of vour club
that you could beat the Eckfords easy."
we propose the following: We (the E'ck
tords, wid wager from one to five hundred
collars that we can beat the Wcfot Club,
to be decided by one Rlime . tl)(? to b
jilayed according to the rules of 'Base BIl
and to be played on neutral frpn,,n.i, -'
I u,-so P;"lse toKPt following articles,
vviz: 1 en new base ball shirt- s-ne.-V.
ave new blsCJr, three base bi'ts-
game. W e mean t.ulness ; the .ieoosi. is
rtadv. ' Put up. or .shut up -' ill
to be played w.th.n fifteen days; the UmPhe
to be chosen from an uuinterested rinh
JAS. A. WRIGHT,
1 reasurer E. B h r
Oregon City, June So, is7o. " '
? If you wish the very best
Cab net Photographs, you mnst'caU on
BRADLEY it KULOFSON, 43 y Montgomery
.ti-uDt C n Pranrispo s
Ort-gon IoI ge Xo. 3, I. O. or O. F".
vi. Meets every Thursday even
t ino at o'clock, ia Odd Fellow's
"-S?? Hall. Main s eet.
Members of the Order are iuvitcd to attend
Py order, ' -V. G.
I hereby notify the public, that about three
jeans ago, . C. Johnson, of Oresoa Citv,
at the da.tlh of his father, employed me t
-n:tv-e the corpse and my charge for the same
wassiOnu; that said Johns..u is the execu
tor of the estate ot his tin her ; that frequent
'y said Johnson told me that he would see
the bill paid, but did not pavthe same until
1 gave the bill thim this week. Afier
waiting three years tor my pay, said John
sou complained that the bill was too rrueh,
and that I would have to make an affidavit
to the ace-nint, so that it would be according
to law. He then wrote an affidavit for me to
subscribe to and his partner administered
the ith, for which said Johnson charged me
$, one-half of my bill, and with a Miiiie, in
formed me that I would get but $5 for it any
way. The pubi c can tru-t such a mar if
they s -e fit. THEODORE IU.MMLER.
Oregon City, June So, IS70. It
The Vitu.1 Statistics of Cullfornla.
Show that periodical levers and acute and
chrome disorders of the stomach arid bowels,
are among the most prominent and fatal dis
eases in this State. Disobedience to the laws
of health, as regards diet ; the use ot perni
cious stimulants ; and the wear and tear of
business excitement, and of " fast litV gen
erally, have moth to do with the prevalence
of these maladies iu our cities ; while ia the
interior, and especially iu the gcld-yielding
districts, they are chiefly due to malaria, un
wholesome water, and the exposure and pri
vation incident to life in new settlements and
milling (amps. Now, it is a fact that it is as
possible to protect the human system against
these maladies, as to guard life and property
aaainst the incursions of assassins and
thieves- Strengthen the vital organization
with IIOSTETTER'.S STOMACH B ITT IS US,
and it becomes as capable of resisting the
active principle cf epidemic or endemic dis
ease, as a tire-proof safe is of resisting the
action of combustion. This is the experi
ence of thousands who have remained un
scathed by malarious disorders iu the sickli
est seasons, while their neighbors, who neg
lected to lone aud regulate i heir sy.-tems with
this uneq. lulled medicinal stimulant, have
fallen tiock and fast around them. Weak
ness invites disease. Vigor repels it. Help
nature to fight the good light with infection,
whether it be iu the air, the water, or the
soil, with this matchless preparation, a
compound of the rarest vegetable extracts
with the pure-t of all d.ffusive stimulants.
Ilebecta. Degree Lodge So. 2, 1. O. O. V.
Meet on the Second and Fourth
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree aie invited to
attend. By order of N. G.
Williiniotte Lodge Xo. 13 1. O. t T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner of Mam and Fifth streets, t 7 1-2
o clock. lsiting members are invited to
attend, liy ordr of W. C. T.
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
The patronage of those desiring last Class
Operations, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. B. Xitroitx Oxyde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Offick In Weigant's new building, west
side ot First street between Alder and Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregon.
I A C1IITXI ?. li PL V Iv I LLE 11
Is ahead of anything of the kind. Handy
and cheap. Try it. Sold by Druggists,
ju ie'2." : ir-ii
Ti e s'andard remedy for ong!n,Infln-
itzu, S re 'tit 1 oat, Whonpin Cough, Croup,
I Aver C unptah t, Bronchitis, Jibed in g of tiie
jAtngs, and every affection of the Throat,
Lungs ind Chi st, including Consumption".
Wis ar's I alsain does not dry up a
C ugh. but loos-ns it, cleanses the lungs,
and a. lays irritation, thus removing the cause
of th'i complaint. None genuine unless
signed I. Bi'tts. Prepared oy S,;tu W'.Fowi.e
it Son, Boston. Sidd by Reoinotox, IIos
gETi'ER & Co., San Franciico, and by dealers
Tenerally. je IS: I y
rine Watches ! Eicli Jewelry ! !
And Silvervare !
13. li. STON13,
Watches Jewelry !
107 Front Street. Portland, Oregon.
Would invite the attention of his friends
and the public to his Lirge and Choice as
sortment of FINE WATCHES, from the
most celebrated makers of E. Howard & Co.
Bo-ton ; Apel on & Tracev, P. S. Bart.ett,
Waltham, Mass.; Elgin Watches; Jacot's
Self-winding Watches; English Watcties and
others. Also, a well selected stock of ladies
Watches, of all description and styles. which
he would be pleased to show to all who may
favor him with a call.
FIXE JEWELRY and SOLID SILT' El?
IV A li E, F A X C Y A RTJCL ES,
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY
Gold and Silver Watches, of different ma
kers. Diamond Fins, Ear rings, and Finger
rings. Gold Bracelets. Gold Chatelain
Guard and Watch Chains. Gold Necklaces
Armlets. Crosses and Lockets. Gold breast
pins, Ear rings, and Finger-rings. Gold
Charms and Keys. California Gold Rings
and Bournes' Patent Buckels.
Moss Agate Setts. Rings end Cuff Buttons.
Wedding lings made of pure gohb e.tpres-ly
tor that purpose. Gold aud Silver Thimbles.
Opera and Marine Glasses, Pebble Specta
cles and Eye-glasses. Solid Silver Napkin
Ring. Silver Fruit and Butter Knives
So.ul Silver Table and Tea Spoons. Regula
tors , Seth Thomas Clocks, Marine Clocks,
Gilt Galley Clocks, etc.
clFW All the abTe articles sold Cheap for
v-JNh, and warranted as represented.
i adint; c uu lven lo repairing and
Si ; wSLCLr0nome's.t"P5ex andAmer-
Front street, Portland, Oregon-
I iic test t lie Jln iU of stll Tilings.
FOR THIRTY YEARS! -5:3
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Has been tested in every variety of tli
mate, and by almost every uatioi, known to
Americans. It is the almost constant com
panion and inestimable friend of the mission
ary and the traveler, on ea and land, and no
one should travel on our Lakes ok Rivehs
It is a speedy and safe remedv for burns,
scalds, cuts, Cruises, wounds and various
oher injuries, as well as for dysentery, diar
rhoea, and bowel complaints generally, and
is admirably suited for every race of men on
the face of the globe.
Be sure you call for and get the genuine
Pain Killer, as many worthless nostrums are
attempted to be sold on the great reputation
ol this valuable medicine.
Jf Directions accompany each bottle.
Pi ii-c Si5 cts., 50 eta., and $1.0ti per
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Saddlery. J H. Schram, of this
City, is now manufacturing the best Saddlery
and Harness in the State. lie will have at
least 50 sets 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 uses both Oregon
and California leather in his establishment,
and his work bears a most excellent reputation
abroad. We hope that citizens of our own
county will think of this, when they want any
articles in his line.
Multnomali Lodge Xo. 1. A. t'. unit
A. M. Holds its regular eommuhi
Cf cations on the First and T lard Sat
1 urday in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 20th of September to the -20th of
March, and 7 A o'clock from the 2oth of March
to the 20th of September. Brethren lu good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of W. M.
Agents ! Read This !
"TTTE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
VV of S30 icr week and expenses, or
allow a commission, to sell our new aud
Address M. WAGNER & CO., Marshall.
Micdi. May 28in2
BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT PLACED
in my bands for the purpose of collect
ing delinquent taxes, due to Clackamas
county, and to me directed, I will, on the
second day of July, A. I)., 1870, expose for
sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder,
lor U. S. gold coin iu band paid, the follow
ing tracts or parcels of land, or so much
thereof as is sufficient to pay the taxes due
thereon for the year lStiD, together with costs
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. on said
day and continue from day to day until sold.
Sale to take place in front of the Court
House door, in 0egou City, Clackamas
county, Oregon :
7-. - - I
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7 3 s hv
'to r:o crc 10
Altree, E S 2s 3e 27a ;75
Be.irdsley. Ann, 23 5s lw loo 40u
Bavin, Lour, improvements on
Bo-ton. J W. 17 3s lw
Bidvell(heirs oQ :5s 3e
Bonton V W, 2s 3e
Burbank, .1 T,
Clagart, ('has, Is 4e
Coffee, Andervin, s Se
Cu Inert son, Andrew, Is 4e
Conoell, J O, ;J2 2s le
i.:lark, U . 07 o, 6
200 4"o 117
Delates Jackson, 2
Duaton, T J 2s
Epperson, John, 3s
Ftndlay, Dav-d,3'j 3s
r run, Jas.iu
Garrett, T W 2G os lw
Glover, E, imp. on pub hums
Gardner, George, sec 11, 2 ?, 26
2s 3e l'Jij 470
Glanr.in,T. 1 s le 320 400
timber, John, IS 2s 2e 4 400
03 4 1-3 mi'.l 1,150
Gist. JasII, 'j 2,7 2ut)
lIughes,Rachael.20 3s lw ISO tjijO
Ilarnrave, S A, 20 5s le PiO 200
Hari-ol!, it Mrs, 4 2s le lf.o 400 400
Howe, James, 11 2s 2e loo 150 150
Hamilton, Wm, 2s le 329 1,000
Henry, R W (Oswego)
Ilalpine, James, (Oswego)
1 8 400
Jackson, Francis (estate of)
3(i 5s 2e 32)
Job, Samuel 5s
Jones, Luciuda, 4s
Jackson, W E, 6 5s
Kellogg, ML Mrs,3G Is
2e 200 350
le 3 1-2 400 425
sec 32, 20 3s 2e 320 000
Lafer, A, 1 5s lw 100 l'JJ
Lavery, Wm (Oswego)
B 5 sec 17 and 20
2s le 330 229
Larery, J K, 20 2s le 70 140
Larkins, James, imp public lands
Lewis, W II, 22 2s le 180 2fi0
Moshburger.Chas 4 5s le 80 250
Morgan, Mary, 3" 4s lw 80 4u0
Markham, Mrs, 20,
21, 23, 20 2s 3e 150 200
McCraken. John, 3s 3e 160 300
Moff.itt, .l is, 27,23 2s 2e 4(50 1000
Moore, Henry. 32 2s le 02 200
Munsey. J'W, 3s 2e 160 200
I'edige, J 11, 21, 2S 2s 3e 200 400 4 IS
Pollock, S L
3 7, 8 500
Reynolds, N II. 23 3s le 100 200
Bobins n.RG Mrs 20 2s 1 w 2S0 500
Russell, W, imp public land
Wiley, Joseph 3s le 19
Riggs. F M, 2 4s le 80
Spicer, Altred M 22 5s le 160
Sjdcer, Nancv A 22 5s le 100
Shepperd, J B, 3-3osle 80
Somners. Geo, 23 4s le 120
Smith,.! W.imp on public land 200 371
Sanders. W II " 371
Snutlius, B F, one mill
12 3s 3e 100 1000 G1S 10 30
Sommers, C. A, sees 21, 22. 27, 23
2s 3e 120 1.0 110 1 76
Silver.C S.secs 12,13 3s 3e 320 500
19 8 50
Tinslev, W T 11.12 5s le 160 100
Taylor, G W, 25 Iw
30 4s le 169 553
Tucker, J P,imp on pub lands 134
Tarrant, S, 50
Yinson, J, S, 32 4s le 220 500
Weddle. Eliiah. 2fisle 160 550
Wilson, Roberti one mill
17 2s 5e 160 500 1450 24 20
Wayman F, homestead, sec 43 t2s
" sees 33,34 33 le 129 100
Weeks.W W 13, 19 3s lw 37 ) 90
Westfall, C A, 3 3s lw 80 1(0
Williams, Samuel, Is 4e 160 200
Williams. S L Is 4e
Williams. Simon, Is 4e
Wilson, E A, 9 2s le
Williamson, J 1,2 2s le
White & Rhoades
14 7, S
3000 2700 43 20
Sheriff Clackamas county,
Oregon City, Jure ?, I $70.
KilNGTOX HUSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coiighin
Some of yoa can't, and we pily yon.
You have tried every remedy but tl e
ONE destined, by its'inti in.-ic merit, to
supersede all similar preparations. It
is not surprising you should be reluc
taut to try something else after the many
experiments yon have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the public as a
certain cure ; but
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
is renlly the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Coughs,
Cold., Sore Throats, AsUima, ll'hoopiiig
Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have been already benefited by
the surprising curative powers of
PJeweH's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their un
We now address ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea ot the age. for the healing of all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
assuring you that
Mewell's Pulmonary Syrup
litis cured thousands, ano it will cure
YOU, if yon try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the taste ; sooth
ing, healing and strengthening in its
effects; entirely free from all poisonous
or deleterious drugs,and perfectly barm
less uuder all circumstances.
For Sale Xiy all Druggists
REDINGTON, IIOSTETIER & CO.,
410 and 413 Froht street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Iflu'ch is confidently recommended as the
best prepartion now before the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly concentrated form all the
properties of Jamaica Ginger.has become
one of the most popular dome.-tic reme
dies for all diseases of the stomach aud
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable
to all persons recovering from debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for while it imparts to the system all the
uh.w and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it is entirely free from
the reactionary erlects that follow the
use of spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for
females who suffer from diflicutt men
struation, giving almost immediate re
lief to the spasms that so frequently ac
company that period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by riding in a railroad car, or by
sea sickness, or other causes.
It is also valuable as an external ap
plicaton for Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
KEDIXGTOX, IIOSTETTER S; CO.,
41 G aud -118 Front street, San Francisco.
ABE THE PERFECTLY PtJRE AND
highly concentrated Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepared with great care.
They ure put up in superior stylo, and
in a bottle holding TWICE AS'MUCH
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality aud contents, none
other are nearly so cheap.
W henever tested on their MEitiTS,they
have been ad pted in preference to all
otheis, and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS ol the Pacific
MAi;iC THE ADVAXTAGES
By purchasing Rcdingtun's Concen
trated Flavoring Extract-, you obt.-.in an
article not only superior in richness and
delic icj of flavor to ay o her of a simi
lar nature, but far moie economical, be
cause e; ch l ttle holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
ItEOiXuTOX, HOSTE1TER CO.,
Agents for tae Pacific Coast.
EVi. $c P.
Would yon escape FEYER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor during the
s ckly -eason, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT CKED with Chills
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, aud used other so-called
remedies wi bout permanent relief, seek
at once t'ae safest and suie.st
by using, according to directions
MASON & POLLARD'S
or, Fever and Ague Tills. Time has
proved them thoroughly to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or other mineral or
chemical. They are exclusively vege
table. They stimulate the functions of
t he liver. Conge.-tion is impossible where
they are used. They do not. deter frOra
oaily labor, liy a-sisting digestion they
add flesh and mu-cleto the frame. They
arc adapted to ail ages and both sexes,
aLd as a
Will CURE in their inctpiency, three
fourths t all diseases incidental to a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small doses they have no equal.
For sale bj al! Druggists.
REDLVUTOK, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
The Sattie for Life
Which is'centinually going on between
health and disease, has never received
from auv medicine such marked and un
mistakable assi-tance. oil the side of
health, as it has fiom
NewolTs Pulmonary Syrup
REDIXGTOr-f, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
41 5 auJ 18- Front street, San Fratjcibco.
ritoTZi man imos,
NO. 121 FRONT STREET,
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
THIS IS THE SECOND FULL A'D As
sorted stock received this spring.
We beg leave to assure our customers that
we will keep our store
And our Gcods shall be of
FIHST QUALITY in the MARKET.
Those who have not heretofore dealt with
us, are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine out goods.
We challenge competition in prices, as
sortment and quality. '
THE BEST KEW YORK
AT SEVEN DOLLARS,
A Large Assortment of
AVERE RECEIVED BY
J. C. Mcussdorifcr & I5ro.
C. W- POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIX PLATE, SHEET IRON.BRA
ZIE S? COPPER. LEAD PIPE. Jl!()
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RUBUER
DOSE. FORCE AND I 1FT
PUMPS. ZINC, COPPFR,
LRASS AND IRON
Also a general assoi t r cut' of House Fur
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AXD J ORBING OF EVERY
DESCnD 'IT ON I ONE 'IO
ORDER, AND AT
Also at POPES STOVE STCRE you
HARDWARE AND HASLETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND UN WARE. LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. A LbO
" All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO fcUIT THE TIMES.
C. XV. POPE & COi
Jl:lyJ Oregon City Oregon.
IN the mutter of the estate of James Mc
Laughlin deceased. In the County Court
ot" Clackamas county. State of Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that Jas. M. Moore,
the Administiutnr of the estate of James
McLaughlin; deceased, ha rendered for
settlement, and til. d in said Court, bis final
account of bis Administration ol the estate
of said deceased ; and that
Tuesday, the Fifth iidh) nay of July,
A: D. lStO, being a day ot a regular term of
said Court, to-vit : "of the July term,
A. D. lS7o. has been duly appo nteiJ by the
said Court) for the hearing uf objections to
such final account, and the settlement thereof.
By order of said Court. Attest :
J. M. FRAZER, County Clerk,
May 7, lS70:5t
Notice of Final Settlement.
IN THE COUNTY CO CRT OF TIIE
State of Oregon for the county of
Clackamas : In the matter of the estate or
James L. Luring, deceased;
Whereas. W. V4 Chapman, Administrator
of the said etate hasthis 7ih flay of June,
1870, filed his final account, asking final set
ilement of the s-ame. Therefore any aud all
persons interested iu said estate are hereby
netitied to be and appear is the said Court
on Tuesday, the 5th day of July; 1670 at
10 o'elock, A M., at the Court House, in said
County, to make objections if any 1 here be
to said final account and settlement. I3y
order of W. T. MATLOCK,
W. W. Chapman, Administrator of the
estate of .Tamfs L. Luring, deceased.
June 7tb, tS7:5t
IN THE MATTER THE ESTATE OF
Jehu Baker, deceased : In the Count3'
Court of Clackamas coiHity, State of Oregon,
Tlie administrator of s-aid Estate having
filed his final account for settlement thereof,
it was ordered by the Court that Tuesday;
the 5 day of Ju'y, 1370, be set apart for bear
ing Objections to said- final account and the
settlement of the same with said adminis
trator. Ry order Of said Court.
J. M. FRAZER,
. - County Clerk.
June 11, lS70:Tw
In the matter of the e-tate of Hezokiah
Johnson, deceased. In tb County Court of
Cta-kamas County. Stats of Oregon.
W. C. Johnson, the executor of s-aid es
tate, having ti ed bis accounts and vouchers
for final settlement theieof, the County Court
of said county has appoiuted the first dav of
the July term. 170. of said Court, for the
examination and adjus'ment of such ac- (
counts, and the nnal set lernni ...
estate. W. C. JOD NSON,
Jane 7, 1970. Execu.or.
AUCTION AJVB CQMMISSIOHl
A. IS. ISieliStt'dsoii,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Herehan
dise and Horses, O
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. B. Ricuaedsox, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE".
English refined liar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel p
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fiy-paus, theet iron, li. G. Iron y
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquor
A. B. IJiciiARDSON, Auctioneer
IS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN SIXTH STREETS,.
OREGON CITV, OREGON.
"TT7T1EEE II E WOULD I.TTITE HIS
V friends, and the public in geneial, to-
nil snd examine bis stock, consisting ot a
If a ware.
3T Having fron: many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS O
LIESIN SMAIL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Sib nee the CiyT of Portland Pjicesl
Oregon City, August 2Sth, lfeiO.
Harvest ot 1870 ! !
Selling off" to Close JJushiessl
And no HUMBUG I
C0TS AND SHOES,
ilens' Ladies, Misses' and Chilarens
HATS AND CAFS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plafed
Ware, Paints, Oiis, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners!
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to he sold
Ff&gardless of Price !
ttS To convince yourself with respect to
tkis matter, call at the old corner.
South cf Tcpc Co.'s 2'in Store
SINGtR & WERTHE1MER,
FOR THE MAX UFA C TOR Y OF1
SASHj BLINDS ANO LCCRS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
Tbey will also do TURNING, of every
With Neatness and Dispatch ! Q
Furnitnre store at Werthtimei's fctancr!
ALL WORK W A li RANTED.
. Shop on the River, back of Acke man
23.lv j Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
ISAAC FALR. r. D. MORRIS t'.
J7ARU & MORIUSS,
EOll OREGON CITV AND VICINITY,
ZdsT" Will deliver to :beir patrons all the?
be.-t qualities of Stall Fed l3eef, also Mutton..
Pork, Poultry etc., as usual twice a week, oin
Tuesdays and iSuivrdays!
Thankful tor past favors of the public would'! O
respectfully asks a continuance of the same;
JEW COLUMBIAN HOTELS
Cor. FRONT and 31 OR RISES' St.,.
K" The most Comfortable Hotel in tha
CitvT Hoard and l.odginpr, from one to o
dollars perdav, according to rooms occupied..
HAS JL'ST RE C E I V E D jrSfWi
a fine stock of School f LrJJU
x, . . i- uto'iniiprv and (Terv- ffJurTiS".
thing usuaiiv Kepi i" u"
store, direct fronit he East, which he offers for
the public at reduced prices. Store nn.,ef
the Court House Give me a call aBd e.v
jmT.e my rootle and prices.
Oregon City, Juc 1?, If 7C:tf
Ob- BANCROFT 'xEbSuii .
UNIVERSITY OF RAT.nrnPMTa