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TOWS AND COUXTY.
j Tue Foimu. TLe impromptu celebra-
tion gotten up by our cizizens on the
i fourth was a success. While they made
n0 pretensions for an extensile observ-
ance of the dc.y, the programme adopted
for the occasion was fully carried out and
' nuch enjoyed by all who participated.
; n the morning the fire companies marched
I through, our streets, headed by the Oregon
: City L'rass Band, John Myers acting as
Marshal. The boys presented a very good
nnuamnro. . Alter narau.;ii Willi incu
apparatus tbey housed them and inarched
I to the pub!i square on the hill, where
5 the programme was gone throughvitb.
TLe munio" by the band was very good,
j Mr. Smith read the Declaration of
f Independence in a clear, distinct and able
-? iu.iiUH'f, but the main feature of the oxer
rises wis the singing bf the Glee Glub,
' led by the Rev. Mr. Sell wood. We but
i express the universal sentiment of those
present when we eay that the various
i piece Sang by them were most excellently
rendered, and added greatly to the suc
of the celebration. After these exer
cises tiie people enjoyed themselves in
Various ways until "'about two o'clock.
' when they returned to their homes. In
- the evening the usual amount of fire
works were let off by our young folks.
I lake the agjiir as a whole, and our people
L. have reason to feel proud that we had a
celebration, even cn a limited plan, while
other larger cities made no efforts to-
5 wards any whatever. Ila'd there been
1 sufficient time, and the proper effort made,
our celelffatlon co-ilM have been gotten
5 tip on aluueh grander scale, but as it
was. it a matter of credit to tbosu who
i did so well. The liberality On such occa
1 siofis of onr patriotic citizens, who sub-
scribed much mare money than was
needed, justifies us in saying that we can
have a rousincelebration next year.
Monk v Orders. The following is the
money order business of the Oregon City
poQoffice for the yx-ar ending January 1st,
Whole number of orders issued
-l0. for $ 7,890.03
Fees lor issuing same 5(i.;)(i
Mney orders paid same time. . 2.103.31
Money orders issuetl' for the
e) pixmonihseiuling June 30 :
Number of Jorders, 190. for 3.810.74
Fees on same . , 27.50
Money orders paid same time,. 3.11G.06
Total amount for orders issued
IS months , .11,71.5.77
Total iiinonnt lor orders paid for
13 uioiithiP . . .5.219.37
O J- M. BACON, 1'. M.
Wk CaVt Help it. 'We can't help men
CD tionmg the fact that our city parents still
allow the sidewalks to remain in a condi-
tioCUiat a fellow duly sober is liable to
hive a plank meet him la the fare almost
i'l any part of our city and put a moss
ugiteou hiin.:? The weather has been
Very warm for the past week, but we
tlmily-t'.iat enough imlustrioits men could
tj t'oixii 1 to take the contract to " tack''
down some of these refractory planks in
the sidewa'ks. A few dollars applied to
3 that purpose) out of the half per cent, tax
collected would be of great convenience
to those who pay the.se t.vtes.
Useless Expense. Would it not
be e)l for on J) city ' parents' to apply
the $30 per month to the improvement of
the sidewalks which is now paid to the
' city night, watchman:' We learn that
this individu.-il is a useless expense to the
city, as he does nothing towards observ
ing Hie tease of the place, and is only
Useful toWvake ui people who desiie to
gQ up early in the morning, for which the
parties interested pay him themselves.
DisoiiaCeelQ Some of our citizens ob
served a young boy about 12 years of age
beastly Intordeatt-Vl oa the Fourth of July
grounds. Qt is a disgrace; to any comma
nity to have men iu V who are so low in
principle or decency as to sell or give a
boy of that age intoxicating liquors.
ThereJsa heavj penalty attached to such
violations and outrages on a community,
and we hope the parents of the boy will
take the necessary steps to ascertain who
the guilty parties are and bring them to
City Taxes. We notice an ordinance
posted on our streets to the effect that the
City Council have levied a tax of five
mills on the dollar for city pur noses, and
the same for schools. A one pet cent, tax
to sustain a small city corporation (be
sides one dollar poll-tax) seems to us
rather extravagant, and we have heard of
a great deal of complaint. The tax
payers would likyi to know what is done
with this money. Will our city fathers
inform them ?
Contest. At the present writing, Clack
nns county has two acting Sheriffs. Mr.
Myers took all the necessary steps to con
test Mr. Warner's right to the office, and
holds to the office on the ground that he
is the legally elected Sheriff of the county.
He has offered to file his bonds of office,
which the Count? Clerk lvfused to td ice
on file, and as the Radicals have the other J
oRices they recognize Mr. Warner. Mr.
Myers, in our opinion, should hold to his
offue until the question is legally decided
as to who is properly elected.
Cosmopolitan IIotft,. This popular
hotel at Portland, kept by the prince of
botel keepers, Mr. J. P. Sprenger, has rc
iiently been thoroughly refitted aud fur
nished. a;il is now. as It always has been
and will he while Mr. Spicnger keeps it.
ihe hotel Gf Oregon. Persons visiting
Portland should not fail to give the Cos
m ipoiit-n a call, as they wlU always find
a good table set before them and a com
fortable room, cieaalv and well furnished.
Slx SriucK. A mart named Collins,
working on the railroad a few miles above
thisQity. was sun s'ruck lart Wednesday,
from the eJTects of which he died almost
Instantly. On Thursday six more men
were struck at the same place, two of
wbofflOdted on that day. We have not
bfn able to ascertain their names. Such
pases are verv rare in Oregon.
Serenade. AVe were the recipient of a
serenade last Wednesday evening at our
resij-nce. The music consisted of two
harps and violins, and to say that it
sounded beautiful on the midnight air
would not express it. We appreciate the
complimeat, and Return th.tcks to our
the July number of
-We have received
this magazine. It
maintains its reputation as a first class
Flora l. Festival Extensive prepara
tions have been made by some of the la
dies of our city to have a grand floral and
promenade festival at the Court House i
this (Friday) evening, lor the benetu or
the M. E. Sunday School. We presume
everybody will be in attendance, as the
object for which it has been gotten up is
one worthy of the liberality of our citizens.
Personal. We had the pleasure of a
visit from Mr. S. Fennoyer, one of the
ablest newspaper writevs in the State, Mr.
U. E. Hicks, also an old newspaper man,
and Mr. St. Clair, compositor in the llrald
office, last Monday. Messrs. Stout. Trim
ble and Chapman, all of Portland, were
also in town during the week.
Should ise Stopfkd. Some of our yenng
folk3 ale in the babit of going in swim
ming in public view of the entire town.
Decency should dictate to these bojs to
go out of sight, and if they will not cease
making an exposure of themselves the au
thorities should attend to the matter.
In Good Order. The '-Emigrant''
wagon road across the Cascade mountains
is now in complete order, and ready for
the traveling public. It is said to be the
best and shortest pass over the mountain,
and cattle drovers and emigrants will find
it to their advantage to travel over this
Scalded. Mr. Henry Humbel, while
engaged in cleaning out a vat at his brew
ery, lost his balance and fell in, severely
scalding him. We are glad to state that
his injuries will not prove fatal.
Census. -Deputy U". S. Marshal S. D.
Moore informs us that he has not ascer
tained of twenty-live deaths in this county
during the past year ; that tha crops are
excellent, but the late rains knocked down
some of the earlv fall wheat.
Openinu. The old Fashion saloon has
been completely reconstructed, with a
new front, new awning, etc., and will be
opened in a few days by Messrs. Geo. A.
Harding and Robt.'Poiter. This will be
kept as a first class saloon hereafter.
A Schooner. The Alert towed up a
schooner to thia place last Tuesday morn
ing. It is a rare sight to see such a craft
at this place, as the ' oldest inhabitant"
informs us that this is the second one he
has ever seen at our docks.
Kidnapping. We learn that there are
certain parties around our town for the
purpose of kidnapping children, and hold
them for rewards Our people had better
keep a watchful ey3 on tluir children.
Smash Up. As the picnic on the Clack
amas was breaking up, one of the ice
cream stands packed up the dishes &.C.,
and placed them in a wagon. The horses
attached to it took flight and caused a
general smash tip of the contents ot the
Ciitci'S. Nelson's Circus will perform
in this city next "Monday evening. Our
State exchanges speak very highly of this.
troupe, and we have no doubt but what
their performances will fully meet the ex
pectation of our citizens. Of course, the
tent will be crowded.
State Fair. The next State fair of
Oregon will be held at the fair grounds
near Salem, cn the 10th of October, We
learn that new buildings and other im
provements have been made for the ac
commodation of the public.
Base Ball. A match game of base ball
between the second nines of the Eckfords,
of this city, and the Athletics, of Portland,
was played in this city last Saturday. Our
boys won the gatne by 22 rttnS.
Disappeared. The old and familiar
sore-eye the engine has disappeared
from Main street, The Chief Engineer
took compassion on the old tub and re
moved it. He deserves the thanks of the
commutiitv for so doing.
Assess'Us. The assessor of this county
Las commenced his work. His right to
the oElce is contested, and be has taken
this early opportunity to do the work be
fore the case can be heard.
Hot. We have had the hottest weather
during the pist week we have ever seen
in Oregon for that number of days. The
thermometer from Sunday to Friday w as
98 in the shade each day.
New Ad. We call the attention of our
readers to the new advertisement of Mr.
Stone, watchmaker and jeweler, Portland.
He has a fine slock on hand, and sells Lis
goods at reasonable prices.
CELKBHATiO-V AT SoiA Sl'lUNGS. We
learn that the celebration at the Soda
Springs, in this county, was a grand suc
cess. AbDiitOOi) persons were in attend
ance, and everything passed off pleasantly.
Frita Wokks. A large i.iimltr of our
citizens went to Portland ou the Senator
last Monday evening, to witness thj fire
works at that place.
EroKNE. The s-ttfirncr Albany mide a
successful trip to Eugene last week.
Rather l ite for navigation lo that point at
this season of the ye.tr, yet sLe mida it
Rcnawat. A span of horses attiehed
to a buggy belonging to Mr. Ilutnbel. ran
away last Sunday, smashing the buggy to
pieces, but doing no other damage.
Match Gvme. The match am j of base
ball on the 1 our th between the Hook &,
Ladder arid Hose Companies, was won by
the former by considerable odds.
New Offics-jw. The newly elected offi
cers of CUckamas county were sworn in
last Tuesday. The new County Court has
been in session d aring the week.
Apkox Fair. The ladies of the Congre
gational Society will give an apron fair
and supper at the Court House next Fri
day evening. A pleasaat time may be
Hocks at IIomk. This interesting mag
azine for July has reached us. It is suffi
ciently interesting, if men wou'd read it,
to keep them at horn "V as its name indicate?.
Serexadkd. The Oregon City Brass
Band last Friday evening serenaded the
young ladie3 who graduated at the last
ierm of the Oregon City Seminary
Vacation. The vacation of the Oregon
City Seminary will last seven weeks from
the 30 tb of June.
The Daxcl. The ball given at the
Court House last Monday evening was a
New Yoikers drink about 200.000 glasses
of soda wafer a day duiiug the summer
The City Council of Philadelphia Las
appropriated $13,000 for free public
The debt of the city of Chicago is $11.
3C2,72b' ; but Chicago always did go in for
Four hundred musk-rats were caught
in ten days by a couple of Wisconsin tap
Boston has no more
are "great emotions.''
The citv flebt of Brooklyn is said to be
Two dollars each is the price of Japan
ese silk worms' eggs in England.
WILLIAM DAVIDS OjM,
Ofliee, No. 61 Front Street,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Spooial Collector of Claims.
A large amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAND Property for Sale.
Als, IMlMiOVEl) FARMS, and valuab'e un
cultivated LANDS, located in ail parts of
Investments in REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly col
lected. HOUSES and STORES leased.
All kinds of Financial and General Agency
Parties having FARM PROPERTY for sale
will please I'urnUh descriptions of ihe same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each of the principal CITIES and TOWNS
of this STATE.
Tiie Vit'l St -itistits of California
Show that periodical fevers anct acute and
chronic disorders ot the !-toinae!i and bowels.
are among the most prominent and fatal dis
eases iu 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 life ' gen
erally, have nn.ch to do with the prevalence
of these maladies in our cities ; while in the
interior, and especially iu the gold-yielding
districts, they are chiefly due to malaria, un
wholesome water, and tha exposure and pri
vation incident to life in new settlements and
minim: (amps. New, it is a fact that it is as
possible to protect the human system against
these maladies, as to guard tifo an 1 property
against the lucir'sions of assassins and
thieves- Strengthen the vital urbanization
with UOSTETTElf.S STOMACH lilTTEUS,
and it becomes as capable of resisting the
active principle of epidemic or endemic dis
ease, a-i a fire-pr.-of safe is of resisting the
acti of combustion. This is the experi
ence of thousands who have remained un-j-cath'
d by malarious disorders in the sickli
est sea.-oris while iheir neighbors, who neg
lected to tone and rerrulate their systems with
this utieu ia'led medicinal stimulant. Lave
fallen thick and fast around them. Weak
ness invites diseasu. Viir r repels it. Help
nature to titr'nt the srood tiht with infection.
whether it be iu the air. the water, or the
soil, with this matchle s nreearatioii. a
compound "f the rarest vegetable extracts
with the pure-t of all d Cusive siimiil tn s.
IVI GIIT.V ! X fcl V LV-KILLEK
Is ahead o: anything of the kinl. Han y
and cheap. Try it. bold Ly Druggists.
Tiie standard renudv tor Couglis, Influ
enza. Sore Throat. IVhooninx Cough, Croup,
Liver Complaint, Broofhiti, Bleeding of the
Lungs, and every affection of the Throat,
Luntrs and Chest, including Consumption.
isti-ti-'K IJ;t!s.---i does not dry ud a
Cough, but loosens it, cleanses the lungs,
and allays irritation, thus removing thecaufe
of the complaint. None genuine unless
signed I. Butts. Prepared by Strii W. Fowlk
& 'Son, Boston. Sold by Reointgn. Hos.
tettek .t Co., San Francisco, and by dealers
liclijr ions Services.
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Sellwoo 1, rector. Services on Sunday
ot P2 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 r. m.
1st Congregational Church.
. . . .Scats Free.
. .12 o'clock M.
Rev. E. Okkkv, Acting Pastor
IT. A YE a MEETINGS.
Sunday c-ening,. .
M. E. Church Seats Free.
Morning Services, lo.3o,
Evening Set vices, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Morning Services.
1'ravcr MetiriLT Thui sd ly evening 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'chu-k P. M.
Rkv. C W. Todd. Pastor.
Saddlery. J- H- Schrara, of this
City, is now manufacturing the best Saddlery
and Harness ia the State. He will hav; at
lea-t 50 -ets of all grades, from fine to com
mon, finished and ready for sale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
U 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 hi 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.
ItiultnoniuliL Loilge. No. 1, A. an:!
A. M. Holds its regular communi
cations on the Itrt aud Third Set
vrd'iff9 in each month," at 7 o'clock,
from the 2oth of September to the 20th of
March, and 74 o'clock from the 2'th of March
to the 20th of September. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of . W. M.
33. L. STONE'S,
3fo. J07 .Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
GOLD CTIAIX8 AXD RIXGS, CLOCKS,
OROIDE WATBIIES AXD CHAINS,
FIXE JEWELRY AXD SILVERWARE.
.Ail at jSTew York Prices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EYERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches a :d Jewe'ry repaired. juOtf
Time testis the JYlt-iitd of all Tliinirs.
EST FOR THIRTY YEARS! 'la
Pa rry Davis' Pain Killer,
Has been tested in every v .riety of cli
mate, and by almost every naiioi known to
Americans. It is trie almost consiam. com
panion anil inestimable frieud of the mission
ary and the traveler, on .-ea and land, and no
one should travel on our Lakes or Kiveus
It is a speedy and safe remedy for burns,
scalds, cuts, bruises, wounds and various
other injuries, as well as tor dysentery, diar
rhoea, and oowei compiainis generally, ana
is admirably suited for every race of men ou
the face of the g'obe.
15e sure you call for and gel the genuine
Pain Killer, as inauy worthless nostrums are
attempted to be sold on the great reputation
of this valuable medicine.
Z'-W Directions accompany each bottle.
fi ic "33 cts., 5'J tts.t unci 1.01) icr
"Sold by all Medicine Dealer?.
stre.t, OREGON' CITV,
Regs to inform the public and his fiicnds
that he has leased tiie lower part ot the
Which he has opened as a
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
The table will at all times be supplied with
the best the market a'lords.
O.dors for suppers and parties will be
promptly attended to.
Patronize Home industry.
THE PIONEER CURLED KAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY TIIE
market with a No. 1 article Of Curled
Hit for Upholstery work, which will com
pare with any imported article In quality or
I piv the h ghest price tor .Manes and
Tails of Horse and Tails of Cows at my
s o.c, corner Frnt and Salmon streets.
FRONT Sr., PORTLAND.
J. B. SPRENGER, Proprietor.
The Proprietors of this well known House
uaving superior accommodations, guarantee
entire satisfaction ti all trucsts.
The Hotel Coach will be in attendance
to convey passengers and baggage to and
from the Hotel, tree of charge. (40ti
Office Oregon and California Stage Co.
JyTEW YORK HOTEL,
No. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship landing, Portland. Oregon.
H. R0THF03, J. J, WILSENS,
Eoard per Week
. 0 00
. 1 00
:T54V ity SJrayKian,
ZL2m 0 BEG OX CITY.
-S3, All orders for the delivery of merchan
dise or packages and freight of whatever des
cription, to any part of the city, will be exe
cuted promptly and with care.
THE MANHATTAN LIFE,
North British and Mercantile Fire
E. D. WHITLOW,
OREGON CITV ACENT.
Urberra Dt-gri-e L.olge No. 'i, I. O. O. K.
Q Meet on the Second and Fourth
X TUESDAY EVEXIXGS,
of each mouth, at 7 o'clock, in O ld Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend. Dy order of N.
Dr. J, II. HATCH,
The patronage of those desiring first Class
Operations, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. P. Xiirotts Oxyde administeied for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Office In Weigant's new tnildirig, west
side of First street, between Alder and Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregon
JfST3 If yon wish the very best
Cab'net Photnnraphs, you must "call o;i
bRADI TA k RULOFSON, 439 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
JUSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
tion. printed at the Enterprise office
PROTZ MAW 1511 OS.
NO. 121 FRGBJT STREET,
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
rpiIIS IS THE SECOND FULL AXD AS-
JL sorted slock received this spring.
We ber leave to assure our customers that
we will keep our store
And our Goods shall be of
FIRST QUALITY in the MARKET.
Those who have not heretofore dealt with
us. are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine ui j;ods.
We challenge competition ia prtccs, as
sortment and quality.
THE BEST NEW YORK
SILK HATS ! !
AT SEVEN DOLLARS,
A Large Assortment of
WERE RECEIVED BY
J. C. MeisssdorlTer & Ero.
STOVES, TIN TLATE, SHEET IEON,F,RA
Z1E S' ( OPI'EU. LEAD FIFE. IUO
piPT" Avn vti'ti v m'p.m.'?
HOSE. FORCE AND I I FT
PUMPS. .NO, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general assort r ent' of House Fur
"fin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OE EVERY
ORDER, AND AT
Also at POPE S STOVE STORK yon
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE, I.ANTEIiNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
NHiHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at j
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. AV. POPE fc CO.
JLlyJ Oregon City Oregon.
Deposits received aud Accouuskept sub
ject to Check or Draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME Deposits of
TRUST FUNDS in sums of ONE DOLLAR
and UPWARDS, from VAs of Deposit.
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
Ponds. Stocks and other valuables received
on tiep js.t for s.Te keep ng.
COLLECTING MADE, ana PROCEEDS
Investments in real estate and etner prop
erty made for parties.
fTpr-ts for the transaction of all kinds of
FINANCIAL and TRUST BUSINESS.
SIGHT AND TELEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE
On Hfin Francisco and the Atlantic Stales,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES ECUGHT
and sjIu. 30.if
T 3 LTO rj
KEDi GTON, IIOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coughing !
Some of you can't, and we pity you.
You have tried every letuedy but the
ONE defined, by its'inti in.-L merit, to
supersede ad t-iniilar preparations. It
is not surprising you should be reluc
tant to try something else af cr the many
experiments you have made of trashy
compounds foisted oa the public as a
certain cure ; but
MewelTs Pulmonary Syrup
Is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Cuiigh,
Co!di,'ore Throat'), Asthma, tVhooping
l-oughs. Bronchitis and (Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Ore'-on have bef;u already benefited by
the surprising curative powers ot
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup-
and wi!h one accord give it their un
qualified approbat o:i.
We now address ourselves to'all who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea of the a-re. for the healing of all
diseases of the TUroat and lungs,
assuring you that
Jewell's Pulmonary Syrup
bns cured thousands, am1 it will cure
YOU. if you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant tthe tn-te ; sooth
ing, healing aud strengthening in its
effects; entirely free frm all poisonous
or deleterious dru js.rnl perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For SIc lij uH Drugglsia.
REDING I ON, IIOSTETIER & CO.,
413 and 413 Front street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Which iz confidently recommend vd as the
heat prepartion, now before the public.
This valuable preparation, cr n'airing
in a highly 00 cent rated form all the
properties of Jamaica Oinger,h;;s become
one of tiie most popular dome-tic reme
dies for all diseases of the stomach and
As a ionic, it will be found invaluable
to all pers-uis recovering fiom debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
f.r wtile it imparts 'to the system all the
plow and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it is entirely free from
the reactionary t tlects thut follow the
use of fpiiiis of any kiml.
It is also an excellent remedy for
females who Fntier from diftievilt men
struation, giving aUni'St immediate, rt -lief
to the asm-- that so frcquei.tly ac
company tha' period.
ltgie- immediate relief to Nausea,
caused bv liJing in a railroad car, or by
St-a s cknes, o oth-r cai.sf 3.
It is also va'.i.a le as an external Jr
pli :at on f r U ut, llhe ..matiini, Neu
REDIXGTOV, IIOSTETTE It & CO.,
4.1'J an J -US Front street, Saa Francisco.
AHE THE PF.RFEC'TbY PURE AND
highly concentrated Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepared with great 1 are.
They i're out up in superior stvle, and
in a bottle h'oMi.-ig TWICE AS" MUCH
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
C mparitig reality andcOntcnts, nor.e
other are nearly so chcrp.
Whenever tested on theib 3iEKiTS,thev
have been ad .pted in preference to all
ofheis. and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacific
St AUK THE ADVANTAGES.
By ' pnrchapinrr Redingtnn's Concen
trate! Flavoring Extract-, you obt.-.in an
article not only supeiior in richness and
deiicac of flivor to a y o her of a simi
lar nature, but. far moi e ccononiieal, be
ca: sc each b ttie f Ids d-'ubl the
qiont ty contained in a bottle of any
other HaV uing extract sold.
UEUI.&TOX, IlOSTElTEIi &'C0
Aden's for the Pacific Coitt.
Would yon escape FEVER AND A CUE,
and preserve health and v;goi during the
sickly reason, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT CKED with Chills
and f ili.nis Fever, or base been a victim
to stub disease a d ued o'ber so-called
rcmeo wi bout permanent relief, tek
at tnje tiie saf- t an-i stue.-t
by using, acjorJing to directions
Or, Fever and Ague Pill. Time has
proved them thoroughly to be the s-.Hest
and most r eliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or "tuer mineral or.
che-nical. Th"V are exclusively vege
tub'e. Thy stimulate the finetions of
the liver. Conge-ti ui isimpossiblr; wh re
t'-e are nstd. They do not rlcter from
dai'y labor. l;y a sistins d:. -C-tion tfey
add flesh and mu cle i the fian e. They
are adapted to ail ages and both sexes,
ar.d as a
Will CURE in their incipien,r, three
fourths ot all diseases iio-identa! to a
malat i nis. climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small dose-;, they have no efpiaL
For sale by h1! Druggists.
UEDIXGTOX, IIOSTETTEtl & CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continual'y goinz on between
health and diea-e, has nT-rer received
from anv medicine such marked and on
rnist..ka'ble assi-!.i u e, on tiie side ot
health, as it has Lorn
f-leweH's PuJmonary Syrup
ItEDlXGTOy, iiOSTETTEB. & CO.,
and 415 Front street, San Francisco.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. 15 Hicl&airtlsoif f
Corner of Froat and Oak streets, Portland,
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Merehan
dise and Horses-,
livery Wednesday and Saturday !
A. JJ. Richaedsox, Auctione
AT PRIVATE SALE:.
English refined Par and Buc-dle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, File, Ktrsps, saws
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Irsra ;:
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. iJicriARDSo.v, Auctioneer'
J. R. RALSTON,
rTS STILL AT HTS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,.
OREGON CiTY, OREGON,
T75.7HERE HE WOULD INYITE HIS
V friends and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
geceral assortment of
Ifsits stsiel Caps,
5gT" Having fron many years' expericac?
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES III SMAIL PROFITS?
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS "vflLX
S Unce the Cry of Portland Piicesl
Oregon City, August 28th,
Harvest oi 1870 ! I
Selling off to Close Business,
Tlae EiUirc StocKZ
K0TS AND SH0ESf
liens Ladies, Misses' ank CbildreQa'
HATS AKD CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Faints, Oils, Lamps,
Yicks, Chimneys 'snd Burners lQ
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc
Has got to be sold
Regardless of Price!
jtjl, To convince yourself with respect to
this matter, call at the old corner. f
South of T ope Co.'s Tin Stort
Ore gen City
SINGER & VERTHEIMER,
xl 11 I 1 1 Itlitiil
ECU THE MAN UFA C TOE YOF
SASH, BLIHDS AND ECORS,
AND MOtl-DINGS OF ALL RTZES.
Itar They wi:l also do TURNING, of eery
deciption to order,
Vith Keatnecs and Dispatch t
Furnitnre ttcre at Wcrtheimer's stand;
ALL W01JK WARRANTED,
Shop en the River, back of Ackerman's
23.1 y 'Store, Oregon (gjty, Oregofl
ISAAC FA MR. P. D. MORRISt
JTARR & MORRISS,
FOR OREGON CITV AND VICINITY.
V.'ill deliver to heir patrons all the
bc-t'quHliti-s of Stall Fed Beef, also Jlnttcn,
Pork, Poultry etc., as i.sual tvtice a week, on
TtieKflmjs and Suiur cloys f
Thankful tor pat favors of the public Would
respectfully ar-1-3 a coi tinuance of the fame
JJEW COLU3IBIAN HOTEL,
Cor. FRONT and MOPIMSON Sts
EJT The most Comfortable Hotel n tha
n;,. T-,.:,rH and Lodsrinsr, from one to two
jollrs perdav, aceordi-'ir to rooms occupied.
ree Coach to and from the house.
,tf, E )WAll!) CARNEi Proprietor.
TT A S J IJST Hi: liti ' t- li
XX a fine stock ot School
lio' ks. Sfa ionery and every
thin -usually kept in a bok
store, direet from li e East, which he offers tor
1 the public ft ipooceri prices. Store un. er
1 the ' " rt House. Give me a call aad ex
' acvne m3' goods and prices,
i Oregon City, Jure IS, l70;tf