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TOiV.V AXD COUXTV.
Tlie Kloral Festival.
The fe-nval given at me court notisc
" Friday evening for the benefit ot,the
Ve'budirtt'Kpieopal Sunday School was
well attended, tlie hou.se being very full,
- -tml the audience being a very apprecia
tive one, which was manifested by the
plays being so frequently applauded A
It i re had been elected iu the back pi.l t ol
' lnhall. which was beautifully decorated J
" with smalt fcr trees ana nice cowers, niak
S. it Sot only cool and commonable, but
iitiafu! fri appeal ance, and also making
'"' U the handsomest thing of the kind we
Imve ever seen in the city. The principal
eature of the evPning was the crowning
if the May Qiieen. In this play were
birtv-two young ladies, all dressed in
Ui't'.e. those Q-p resenting the four seasons
kein-r dressed to suit each season of the
v,.ar? Ike marching and play by The
; y,,iing ladies showed that much time
? an 1 pains had been taken in preparing for
:' it. ami all making a beautiful appearance.
Tlie principal charac;ers were .Miss Addie
Cr-1'.vford. as "May Queen' winch was
excellent ; .Miss Nora Mo-vs. as Flora."
was very well played ; .Misses Moilie I'ost,
i j.',jj;ti.i .Miller, Ku'io Barclay, and Moilie
Harlow, as iheeasons, did all that Could
h- expected, at the conclusion it was
lii'ddy applauded. 'Ik;.; music bv the
- ... :...; i iv
"an. 1 string band, the young ladies j
7 ,n;l v club, was also excellent. With
venire s! id Compelie'l- to somewU.it criti
cise. The icciUfcion of Drake's Ameri
can Flag ' was rather pttorly executed the
' lad v reciting t he Qame tiaving neglected
i,i commit it t metv.ory. by reason of
TM hicii !-he was compelled too frequently
(.j ta call op the prompter, vh was also out
of place, be speaking so loud that he could
he distinctly heard throughout the house,
jinking ituppear to the audience that he
was reading and the speaker reciting after
It in. Tlie hind and glee club, also in tlie
piece, were too long in entering, making
it embarrassing for the speaker and cans
in:; the audience to think that the prompter
had Lee mie disgusted with reading it, and
'..ft. The seatand tables were, also vety
poorly arraagM, there being entirely too
vjS seals and too much unoccupied room.
i which would have In'en far better for the
audii'ii -e had it been tilled with seats.
the5 kind tint
h'-st thing of titedund t;i it has ever taken
pf'C'in this city, tor wh'ch the ladies
li.ving the matter iu ch uge deserve
at credit, not only lor the exmbi-
liStt for the mi'iring eneriry they have
in uii ese.l in gelt ng up. i ae
hi-,t5;iud .string bands also deceive credit
lor the liberality shown by them m pla
ia the whole evening gratuitously. As
tor its gathering a lare crowd together,
ii was a success, but whether it was so
liir.iacially wil are unable to state.
The entertainment given at the same
place on Wednesday evening, by the same
jor:ies. was well uttende 1, and gave gen
Cor xt r CouitT Pitvx-Kictirvit.s. The fol
1 wing business was transacted by the
; Tou.ity Court of Clackamas county, at its
: July term : q
rVr;hur(iVarner presented his bonds. with
'lie (liimes of Wm. Farhvr. 1). I'. Thomp
!tn. T!(0)S. Gluninn. J. L. I'arlow, W.
r Juhii-ion and Forbes 1 arclay as sureties,
u-'iieh ere approved by the Court.
J as .01. Fra.er prwenieil liis bonds, with
' the name? of FQlJarcl iy. X. W. Randall.
J. T. Apperson. Win. Broughton. Charles
3 1. urus, Wm. Whitlock, Jas. Milne, Jas.
, I'a'ler, A. J. Apperson and C. T. Locey as
sureties, which was approved by the
II. Sa:T,irrar.s presejited hU bonds as
Treasurer, with the names of Jos Hedges.
n J. KOISingm in, C. F. Kent. eo. I.arocqne
and ("has. Logus as sureties, which was
(jlpproviQ by the Court.
In matter of petition of Eiisa Mosier
asking (,otirt to appoint viewers to vn-w
road. Abel Mattoou . Joel Dixon, Nicholas
Wells gyre appointed viewers.
J. II. Ralston. ex-Treasurer, presented
report, vhicli07as fonn iQ'orrct.
Sherilf Myers presented for examination
(leliu pient tax list, which was found cor
rect. A petition was presented by citizens of
Clackamas county to .appoint h-wers to
iew road. Adam Knight. Samuel Wald
ron and Johlji Warren were appointed
Th.'m liter of tTii road running from
Harding's to Raker's prairie was post
poned until next term.
A bill was presented by the City Coun
cil of Oregon City for the payment of
special police for services rendered on the
tith day of June. Rejected.
Sh riF Myers filed his receipts for taxes
for The Clerk was ordered to bal
ance the account of said SherilF for the
IVdfs to the amount of So21.nl to sun
dry persons were ordered paid.
A petition was presented to buiid a
bridge across Milk Creek. Laid over.
The petition to change road from Cut
tingsville was laid over.
In the matter of the redemption of land
belonging to John Wixon. the Clerk was
ordered to receive orders in lieu of gold
The Court marked the jury list for 1 S71.
The lerk was ordered to purchase
hooks for the County Treasurer.
TheGCainty Surveyor was ordered to
Jr '-certain wtother the bridge across Aber-
(!n' t i ti r i- -ta .tt iri i In oit t i-n nrvf
" - j vi v v i ,i pai b in iuv. v'i j i nvv
o to ascertain the most practicable
place a new bridge can be built.
.iioo Fi.y. This steamer had her ma
chinery inspected last Thursday, and found
t be all right. She will take her place
on the line next week. The Fannie Pat
tun has been taken off for repairs and im
provement. There are at present four
hnats running, but the Active will be
taken off next week.hich will leave the
Alb my. Success and Shoo Fly . with the
I'lyton on the Yamhill trade. These
boats wilt probably be able to runoall
I T K i i X A T I o N A I. lloTKi- A new ndver
s tisetnent of this hotel, at Portland, which
' A as loner been known as the New Colum-
'"an, appears in our column
"e learn that the new proprietors 'if this
house give general satisfaction to their
P tests, and that nothing is spared to make
.uir.ers. Nelson's circus performed in
this placo last Monday night to a full
hoo na(mi,iin, ",.;,, r,rr
House. Ihe tumblinsr was the main feature
'd the entertainment the rest was not
vorth mentioning. The grand entre was
ft farce, and until they get better horses it
vould be as well to omit that part of the
Gone to the Coast. Quite a number
of our citizens have gone to the coast, and
we learn that itS the intention of a, n am
ber more to o soon,
Xkar a Firk. The residence ot Mrs.
Dement, at Green Point, came near being
destroyed by fire last Thursday. Mrs. D.
h id built a fire in tht fire place, and the
soot caught fire, the sparks igniting the
roof. A neighbor. Mr. Fergr.son.observed
the flames, and if it had not been for his
t tiiely assistance the house would have
b en destroyed. The chimneys should be
cleaned out. or we may have some de
structive fires this fall.
IIeaki Fito j. Or. Barclay recti ted a
letter from the father of V'. J. Mitchell,
who fell off the bluff at this place and was
killed a short time since. He requests
that the bill of expenses for burial or other
purposes be sent to him for payment. I:
appears from the letter that "the young
man had a good raisi.ig. but took a notion
to wander, and finally came to a sudden
and untimely death.
Rl'N.vwav. A horse ran away with a
man last Monday. lie came up the street
at a terrible pace, and turned the corner
by the stage stable, where Jie came near
running over a small boy. and dashed
into the stable, throwing the rider against
the bor. bruising him some, but doing no
Amtsing. A pedd.er was stopping at
one of our hotels last Monday evening,
lie was placed ia a room occupied by two
n,uor young men. lie retired early and
the other two occupants of the room went
to the circus. When they came in, the
peddler jumped up and commenced cry
ing murder- ami took to the street in
his night clothes hunting for the watchman.
II.vui.ki Off. The steamer Senator is
taken olf the route between here and
Portland, aiA is beac'.el at the lower end
of town for repairs. We learn that she is
to be thoroughly overhauled, repainted,
and her power increased. When slit
makes her appearance again on the line
she will be better that; ever.
Nor Tkue. We are informed by the
proprietor of tlie Soda Springs, in this
county, that certain parties are circulating
a report to injure the Springs that there
are and have been cases, ot small pox
there. This is a willful lie. as then; never
ban been anything of the kind at that
Our, County. It is customary for the
County Court at its July session to submit
to the county a statement of its financial
condition. This has not been done by the
County Court of this couuly. The tax
payers wouid like to see what has been
done by their servants during the past
St:vr.i:i Tut:M Rk;iit. A couple of
strangers made themselves rather notori
ous around town last Saturday. They
went into a saloon up town and got drinks,
which they refused to pay for. The owner
of the saloon put a " moss agatev under
to w n .
of one of them, when they lelt
Rough IxTitoo'i enox. A stranger was
traveling through this county somewhere
near the Clackamas, when his horse be
came frightened, running
The p'.etely smashing up the buggy.
horse lad not been found at last accounts.
Opkxixo. The Exchange Billiard Sa
loon, formerly the Fashion, will be opened
ia grand style to-n:gbt (Sa'urday). by
Messrs. Harding it Potto. The band will
be in attendance and a grand lunch will
be set at !) o'clock in the evening.
MiT.i. SToiTKD. The Hume at Mr.Grepe's
mil! -gave way this week, w hich has caused
a stoppage in the mill to make repairs
and put in another wheel. Thr mill will
be in operation again in a few days.
Patktck Bpowx. This esc -ped convict
was seen a short distance below town last
week. It is supposed that be has made
his way over the mauntains to Eastern
Hauvkstixo. The farmers in this vi
cinity are busily engaged in making hay.
The crop is said to be very large. The
grain is ripening very fast, and we may
expect an unusual early harvest.
Patknt. Mr. John Schram. of this cify,
has purchased the rigid for this county of
the Home patent sinch fastener-. It looks
to us as a most complete article, and in
every way adapted for the purpose it is
liAn.Tio.vi. We learn from I. R. Moores.
Esq., that track laying will be commenced
next week and that it is expected to have
the road in running order to Salem by the
loth ol September.
PenstoxAb. Hon. Pen. Ilayden. of Polk
P. Ponham. Esq.. of 'S i em. and T. Pat
terson, State Printer elect, gave us calls
during the past week. Pen. looks remark
ably hanpv after his glorious success in
old Polk. "
Ivsaxk. A woman named Khoades was
arrested by Mr. Warner and taken before
Judge Wait, who adjudged be insane.
She was taken to the asylum last Wednes
day. Goi.p. An Indian came into town tlrs
week with some gold dust, which he said
he found on the Clackamas. Pai tics from,
town went out with the Indian to the place
where he said he found it.
PosTroNKD. The apron fair announced
to come off on Friday evening, by the
ladies of the Congregational Church, has
been postponed to some future time.
Lost A child's small neck-chain. The
finder will be rew arded by leaving it at
the Belvidere saloon.
I.MrnovtNG. We notice that the Citv
i Marshal is improving the sidewalks
, somc piaco5,. This is as it should be.
Smash Up. As the train was comtnt
j from the south last Wednesday.it ran into
a-'uLit" at full speed. As fortune would
j have it, there was no serious damage done.
IlE.vnn Ii:om. t apt. Geo. Pea?e and
party had arrived at Chicago on the 23d
Married. Mr. Wm. M. Hand, of the
Mountaineer, was married on the 12th. We
wish him and his bride a happy life.
Ice Cream. Ve return our thank3 to
Mrs. Geo. A. Pease for a Cne dish of ice
Office, Xo. Ct Kroiit Slrert,
PORTLAND, - . . OREGON.
SpG3iaI Collector of Claims;
A. lars amount of CITY and EAST P OUT
RAN i) Property for Sale.
Also, IMPROVRI) FARMS, and valuab'e un
cu tivatud LANDS, located in idl parU ot
Investments in REAL ESTATE and ofber
PROPERTY, made for coi re-pendents.
CLAIMS of all de-ciiotions promptly col
kvted. IIOL'SES and STORES leased.
All kinds of Finaue a! and General Agency
b u s ; n ess t ra i i s a . t e, 1 .
Paities having FARM PROPERTY for sale
Will plea-e turni-h desar 'ptions ef" the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each cf the principal Oil IKS and T0W2S
of this STATE.
'I lie Vitail .siatisjis of l:iilinua
Show that periodical ferers una acute and
chronic disorders of the stomach and bowel,
are among the most pT omirctit and fatal dis
eases in this State.. JHtsobedience to the laws
of health, as regards diet; the use of perni
cious stimulants; and the wear and tear of
business excitement, and of " fast life" gen
erally, have ni'.ch to do with the prevalence
of ttiese maladies in our cities ; while in the
interior, and especially in the gcld-yiel ding
distiicts, they sire chiefly due to malaria, un
wholesome water, and the exposure and pri
vation incident to life in new settlements am?
n.i.'iins amps. 2w;v, it is a fact that it is as
possible to protect the human system a-ain-t
these maladies, as to guard life and property
aaainst the incursions of assassins and
thieves- Stremrthcii the vital organization
with IlOSTKTTKirs S I OMAOil WTTrlKS,
and it becomes as capable of resisting the
active principle of epidemic or endemic dis
ease, as a lire-proof safe is of resisting the
action of combustion. This is the experi
ence of thousands who have remaiued un
scathed by malarious disorders in the sickli
est set on, while their neighbors, who neg
lected to tone and regulate their sy.-tcnis with
this unequalled medicinal .stimulant, have
fallen th.ck and fast around them. Weak
ness invites disease. Yior repels it. Help
nature to light tlie good tight with infection,
whether it be iu tlie air, the water, or the
soil, with this matchless preparation, a
c impound of the rarest vegetable extracts
with the i'ure-t of all d.lfusive stimulants.
HGKTMNt; K'.V ICIIKIl
fs ahead of anything of the kind. Handy
ami cneap. I ry it.
Sold Lv Druggists.
St. P. ids (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
Y. Sell wood, rector. Services on Sunday
at loi a.m. and 7 r. m. Sunday School
and Ibble class at '2 j m.
1st Conorres-ationnl (,'lmrch Scats Eioo
M o rn ing Services, 1 0. 1 "
Sa;ilatU Sch-ol, 12 o'clock M
Evening Services 7 o'clock
Itr.v. E. Gkku v, Acting Pastor
I'K.VYKIt Ml'ISTlX 0 S
M. E. Church,
. . . 7 o'clock.
Evening Sei vices
f'!i?3 Mii'tinf fn! biivi rt" Mnniin" Scrvii'M
S ib'hath Sch oolM 2 o'clock P. M.
Tkv. C. W. Turn. Pastor.
mult noi:iii i'xlge So. 1, A. sml
a A. M. Holds its regular ronimuni
Vacations on the I'li-at and Third Sat
r vrdty in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2oth of September to the 2'Ub of
March, and 7 A o'clock from the 2otb of March
to the :20th of September. Rretlireuiu good
standing are invited to attend.
IJy order of Yt'. M.
LAO 0 EN & BcJaANCI'S
For the instruction of
Middle-Aged Ken, Ycnn
I i the branches of a Business Education.
rpniS IS WITHOUT DOUBT A MOST
JL thorough and efficient Institution, and
has made for itself a name in Oregon, of
w hich its friends are justly proud.
The bra' ches which stand out prominent
ly in the curriculum of study are
COM EIUTAL A IIITIIMETIC,
POLITICAL ECONOM Y,
C O K I i ES PONDE X C E , & C ,
A most thorough practical department is
in constant operation, in which are com
prised all the minutiae? of business affairs.
Students can enter at any time. No va
cations. Call at rooms; corner of FRONT and AL
PEU streets,, or st nd for a circular coi.t ,i
ing full information. Address,
L.U'UE.V fc OeFIlASCK.
"XT0T1CE IS HEREliY GIVEN THAT D V !
virtue of an execution, issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the county of Clackamas, and to me direct
ed, iu favor of William P. Poland and
against James M. Aiocre, tor the sum ol live
thousand, eight hundred and nineteen dol
lars and Jc.-'-ioO, (-SH 45) with interest at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum from the
eleventh day of May, ISe'J, a:;d the further
sum of f") costs, an! for dollars
accruing cos's; I have this second day of
July, A. P., lS7t'. levied upon all the interest"-,
hich James M. Moore now has or may
have had since the eleventh day of .March,
ISi'Jl, in and to the land claim of Robeit
Moore, deceased, said claim being known
upon the plats m the Land Office at Oregon
Citv as claim No, 71, Notification No. t'.S".
section 8'"., T. 2, S. R. 1 E. and claim No.o-1,
part of section 1, T. 3 S, R. 1 E, said inter
est beiug an undivided fourth interest in sai l
claim. And will proceed to sell the same, at
public auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, in trout of the Court House door, in
Oregon City, on -Saturday, the sixth day ot
August, A. D.. 1S70, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m., to satisfy said execution, costs and ac
Sheriff Clackamas cmi itv.
Ry T. J. McCarver, Deputv.
Oregon City. July 2, lS70.:jujt
rUSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
O tion. printed at the Extekpuie office
"VTOTICE IS IIEKKBY GIVEN THAT PY
JLl virtue of an execution is-ued out of
liie Circuit Court, of the State of Oregon,
for the county of Clackamas, and to me di
rected, in lavor of William I. Doland a:,d
against James M. .Moore, for the sum of rive
thousand, eight bundled ai?d nineueii dol
lars and 4-VloO (s",siy 4" ), with intere-t at
the rate of lo per cent, per aim mm from the
11th day of May, lsi-ya, ami the further sum
ot -j-is, jo loo costs aud for (ioiiars ae-
cruing costs ; I have this second day ot July,
A. I)., 187, levied upon all the light, tiik
and interest of the said James M. .Moore,
which fie row has,- or wsay bare liad at aoy
tune since the eleventh day ot March, A. D. .
tSOl, in tiie toilowing dt scribed land,to-wit:
Claim 07, being ait ot section thiity-on.-(ol),
T two (2) south H, two tji) easti" eo.t
taining about sixty-three :;) acres, the same
being the land sold by Geo. . Pea-e, Ad-minir-iiator
tie i,:,Tiin non, of the estate o!
Koberi iiiore, deceased. And will prcceeu
to sed the same, at public auction, to the
hi best bidder lor cash , in trotid the Com t
H.ate doar, in Oregon City, on Saturday,
thesxth day of August. A." !-, l-7o, ;it the
liour of lo o'clock a. m., to satisfy said exc
cutiou, ousts and aeei iiiiiiT costs.
oh:jrifl' Cbickaioa county.
1W T. J. Mcv'AiiVKii, lieputy
Oregon City, July -J., lb7o.:jul'to
Jacob Stit::i.. James P. Urro. ,
STITZEL ii UPTON,
Ileal IS.s'cfe Broker and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
Wash nylon street
je-7 Will attend to the sale and purchase
of Keal E-tarein all pai ts of th'- City and
state. Special a-teotioo given to the sale o
East Portland property.
Address P. 0. box -ini, Portland. Oregon.
ST1TZKL ( l'lO.X,
19tf. L'eai Mutate lh-oktrs.
Read This !
V ILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
V y ot per ii t ii ami exiieuses
allow a eommiss'on, to
our new and
Addres.-, .M. xA'AGNER ,t CO., Marshall.
Mich. -May 2-mu2
BSOlCS AND STATIONERY.
TT AS JUST RE C E I V E D
J 1 a fine stock of School
i )o ks. Sta ioi,ery and every
thing usually kefst in a b: ok
store, direct from the East, which he clf -rs to
the public at t educed pi ices. Store iuu:er
the Court House Give me a tall and c-x-amiue
my goods and pi i: s.
Oa-.'on Citv. Jiv.e 18. lT--:tf
Of the LAEXUM P.ETAIRaNT,
street, OREG C.TY,
I"rs io inform th
public muf bis fiicmls
that he has leased ti.e lower nai l of
Which he has opened as a
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
The table will at all times be supplied with
the be.-t the market aliords.
Orders for suppers and parties will be
promptly attended to.
Patronize Homo industry.
THE PIONEER CURLED HAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO - I VP Y THE
market with a No. 1 article of Curled
Hair tor Upholstery work, which will e:n
p re with an l i p ate article In quality i
I pay the highest vricc for Manes and
Tails I llor.-e- and Tails of Cows at my
sto.e, corner Eruiit and Salmon streets.
F 0 R M E R LY AERTGONI'S,
FRONT Sr., PORTLAND.
J. B. SFEENGEE, Proprietor.
The Proprietors of this well known House
having superior accommodations, guarantee
entire satisfaction to all guests.
The Hotel Coach will be in attendance
to convey passengers and b-tggage to and
irom the Hotel, free of charge. " (4etf
Ollice Oregon and California Stage Co.
jEW YOIiK HOTEL,
Ko. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail steam
ship landing, Portland, Oregon.
H. EOTHFOS, J. J. WILKENS,
P It O P R I E T 0 R S .
Hoard per Week
" " " with Lodging. .
' " Day
. G 00
. 1 on
,Ii-v.',. ' ray man
OREG OX CITY.
All orders for the deliverj of merchan
dise or packages and freisrht of whatever des
cription, to any part of the city, will be exe
cuted promptly and with care.
THE MANHATTAN LIFE,
JSorth Jiritist (Old J&i'acintile Fii'C
In iira:icc Ccmpanla?,
E. D. WHITLOW,
OREGON CITi' AREN'T.
Rebecca Dcgrci- tLmTge Vo. 2, 1. O. O. F".
Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in O ld Feliow
Hall. Members of the Degree ate invited to
attend. Cv order of N. G.
ZdT If you wish the very best
Cabnet Photographs, voi nnst call o
BRADLEY .t RULOFSON, 430 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
HERE WILL CE A PUBLIC EXAMIN-
L ation of tiie Teachers for Clack una?
Count v. at the Citv Seminary, Oi
on Monday, July 23, IS 70, at Ko'
clock a. m
Pu't of Common Schools.
Oregon City, Oregon, July, 7, !S70:3t
i57 Co rv ST, B ifk
n e - ' j:
IJO. 121 FRONT STREET,
7 tt7T' .f" 5 f
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
rpHI5? IS THE SECOND FULL AND A?
1 sort d stock received titis spring.
We be; leave to asr-uie our customers that
we v. ill keep our stoi c
And our G :ods shall he of
FIIIST QUALITY in the MARKET.
Those who bare not heretofore dealt with
us. ere r.-spt ctfuliy invited to ea.l and t x
. in! ne em ooods.
. NVe challenge competition ia prices, a
soitrrtent :md quality.
THE .BEST P5EW YORK
Audi KJ t
at rfrfjoj p hnz
MS OLl'Ul L U u. JU-V 2 tJ r
I i ro-n
Jiii.il i.' Vy
t p c rr. rs t? r
sj! WixiS Lbc!
WEKE DECEIVED BY
J. C. jIcnssdoriTer & Bro.
:-T0YES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IPON.bRA
Z!E S' OPPEIt. LEAD PIPE. IUO
I 1! E AND FiTlINtiS, Iil T 1 Ui -: ii
HOSE. FOI.CE AND I 1 FT
i UMTS. ZINC, C d PER,
PR ASS AND IKON
A'so a general assoit r cnt'of House Fur
ni Ling Goods.
Tin, Goppcr, and Sheet
ROOF: NO AND .lOHUING OF EVERY
Dl'.SCUi! TION I ON 10 1 O
OKdl', AND AT
LOW Pit ICES.
Also at POPE S SlbVE STOliE you
II.VT WAnE AND P.AS- ETS, WOODEN,
W ARE D 1 IN VAlt:', t AN i ERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. AL0
All of the above articles are -for sale at
PRICES I0--UJT 'I l IE TIMES.
C. AV. POPE Si Cf.
31:lrJ Oregon City Oregon.
LADD & TS
Deposits received and Acceuns kept sub
ect to Check or Draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME Deposits of
TRUST FUND--, in sums of ONE DOLLAR
and UPWAliDst, from Date of Deposit.
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
Ronds. Stocks and other valuables received
oa deposit for safe keeping.
COLLECTTNS MADE, aDd PROCEEDS
Investments in real estate and other prop
el ty made for parties.
-A"tds for the transaction of all kinds of
FINANCIAL and TRUST BUSINESS.
SIGHT AND TELEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE
On San Franciso and the Atlantic States,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES BOUGHT
and ssdd. 10.T
The stan-'ard re - oy r t-g!s, Inflii-
nz, Sore Tlrroa' .11 ho 'n'n ough. Croup.
I.irer Com hiint, Lrooeluli, Blading of tUt
f. nogs f and cverv affection f the Throat,
Lunirs and Chest, including Coxslmptiox.
IVlstii;-'' Kaf.Hu m does not dry up n
Cough, but Io sens it. cleanses the lungs,
nd allays irritati- n thus reiivi g tlie coi.--e
of the c replai t. Non genu ne unless
sirie 1 1. ni:TTs. Prepared bv Set-i V.Fowle
i Sox, Roston. Sold by Ret xriT.;x. Do-.
tettkr &. Co., Sail Francisco, and bv dealers
KEDINGTON, IIOSTETTEIi & CO.
Stop that Cougliing !
Some of you can't, and we pi'y you.
You have Iried every lemedy buttle
ONE de-tmed, by i s'inti in-ie" merit, to
?,.;. rsede a. I .-imilar prep.arations. It
is net surp,r:si;:g you shot Id be reluc
tant to try something else af cr the many
expi iments yen have male of trashy
cou pnunds foisted on the public as a
certain c are j but
Jewell's Pulmonary Syrup
is rel!y the YERY REST remedy ever
cornpounde I for the cure of Ci-vgh,
CWrs. Sore Throat, igthma, ll'h.vip'nig
'oitgk, Bro nvhit i.9 and t'onxitmptitw.
Thousands of pt opl ill California and
Oregou have been already btnehted by
the surprising curative powers of
seweli's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one ac-orJ give it their ud
qualified approbat on.
We now ad Ires.s ourselves to'all wdio
are unacquainted witu this, the jncatest
jianai ea ot the age. for the healing of all
diseases of the Tin-out unii i.itijgs,
assuring you that
Plevve!s7s Pulmonary Gyrup
b is cured thousaiids. anc' it will cure
YOU, if you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to llu ta-te ; sooth
imr, healing and strengthening in its
effects; eutiri ly free fa ni all poisonous
or deleterious dm .-a .and erfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
I'or Sale 1J" stil iJniggists.
REDING 1 ON, IIO.-sTETIER 4 CO,
41 'J and i 1 S Front street, San Francisco.
lied ins ton's
encc Jamaica Ginger,
Jl'hich 't- ronf.di nthi rteor.wwndid as the
Lttt pi epai Hon note Itore the public
This valuable preparation, crn'air.ing
in a highly co cent rated form all tlie
properties f Jamaica (Jineer.has feci'me
one ol the most popular dome-tic reme
dies for all discaM-s of the sUmach and
digest ive rg::r,s.
As n 'onie, it will be f und invaluable
to all pers n s leeoveripg fiom debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for Wi lie it impaits to the system all the
thw and vigor that can be produced by
wine i:i brandy, it is entirety free f.t.m
tlae reactionary efircts tbat follow the
use ot spoi' (? of any kind.
it is also an ex.ee lb nt remedy for
females who si. tier from difficult men
struation, giving idnv-st immediate re
lief to the s a.m that so frequently ac
company that period.
It tiives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by ridii g in a railroad car, or ry
sea s cki.ess, or other cause s
It is also vidua le as an external :'p-pli-
at on for Gout, 1 heuniati-m, Neu
IltUGTOV UOSTETTE! & CO.,
41 G and -118 Front street, San Francisco.
F S a vc r i Extract s
APE THE P RFECTLY PURE AND
highly c- ucer.trated Extracts from Fresh
5 ioits, prejuired w ith great care.
Tfiev sue int nj m snperio". stvle, and
in a bottle holding TWICE AS. MUCH
ns the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are nemly so cheap.
Whenever testcdon tiikir MEi:i7S,they
have been nd pted iu pie!erei:cf to ;dl
others, aiol ar.- now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacific
MA 11 K THE A I) YAXTA GES.
P,y purcbasioo- Rtdington's Concen
trated Flavoring Exti acts, youobt.-.in an
article not only supeiior in richness and
delicac of flavor to ai y other of a simi
lar nature, but, far nnue economical, be
cause e; ch bi ttle holds dubh the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
KEUlXliTO.W HOSTE1 TER & CO.,
Agen s for the Pacific Coast.
Would you escape FEVER AND AGUE,
ar d i reserve he dthsind vigor during' the
s ckly season, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT CKED with Chills
and bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, a: d used other f.o-called
rcmeci'es wi hout permanent, relief, seek
at otice the Safest and sin e-t
by using, according to directions
MASON & POLLARD'S
or, Fever and Ague Pills. Time baa
proved-them ti on ughlv to be the safest
and most, reliable remedy "known. Th.-y
contain no mercury or uti-er mineral or
chemical. Tin y are exclusively ve;e
tabie. Tie y stimulate the functions of
thebver. Conge-tiun istmpossihle wh re
they are usid. They do imt deter from
daily labor, ty a-sisfing diee-tion they
add flesh and niu clem the ban e. They
are adapted to all ages and both sexes,
and as a
Will CURE in their im-ipien'-y, three
fourths d all d st-asf s ice ideutal t: a
mala i . us climate. For DysprpM;., iu
small dose- t-.i-y have loteq al.
Ft -ale bv a! Drugii-ts.
ItEDIXTO;,' ilOSTlCTl E5! & C O.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually jroing on between
health and disea-, has nver received
fiom any medicine such marked and un
mistikable assi-ta-iee, oh the side of
health, as it las f.om
SaeWOII S rUIIiitijr
REDIXGTOIS HOSTETTEB & CO.,
41G and 4IS Front street. San Francisco.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A 15. KicI0,X'4lOIl9
Corner of Front and Oak streets, rortltnd,
Of Real Estate. Groceries, Generalfllerchali
dise and Horses, O
Every Wedhesday and Saturday
A. B. IIiciiardsox Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle lion
English Square and Octagon Cast steel '
noise st.oes, rites, itasps, saws; -Screws,
Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G Iron ;
-v i.so :
A largeassortment of Oroceries and Liqnors
A. I. Richardson, Aticliotieer
riS STILL AT HTS OLD STAND
CORNER OF JIAIN ai SIXTH STREETS,
0RLG0N CiTV, ORLGOX.
HERE HE WOULD IXYITE HIS
friifiol- and the public- Id general, to
cull and examine his stock, consisting ot
general assortment of
Z-'J Having frorr many years' experiencr
lean ed that
THE SECPET OF SUCCESS
LIES III SKAT "L PROFITS
IS DKTI-TtMi ,sEP TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Sd nee the Cry of Portland Pi ices!
Oregon City, August 2Slh; lStiO.
Earnest Gi I60J! !
SdllnQojflo Close IJ usincsS) o
like Ess.lisee Stoclf I
KE DY-Mi BE CI OTHIK G. -
i.i CIS A11B SKGES,
Mens Ladies, Misses' and Chilurens'
HATS AKD CATS. o
Groceries, Crockery Glass and iPlatetl
vvare, Faints, Gils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners!
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has (jot to he sold
Regardless of Price I
tr&, To convince yourself vith re.pect to'
this matter, call at the old corner.
South rf T ope 4' Co.'s 1 in Storr,
if. WERTHEIMER. O
SINOLR & VERTKEIMERc
n"r"-i Have L.slablimtd
FOll TIIE MANUFACTORY or
SASH, BLENDS AND ECCRS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL STZE&
3 They will also do TURNING, of everv-
description to order
With Keatness and Dispatch 1
Furnitnre s-tore at Weitheimer's 6tand.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, buck of AekPtman'a
23-by Store, Ofegbn City, Orejron
ISAAC FAI R. P. D. 51 ORRIS!
JTAKU & MORRTSS,
FOR OREGON CITV AND VICINITY.
Zf "Will deliver to their hatrohs all th8
host qualities of stall Fed Beef, also Mutton
Tork, I'oultry etc., as usual twice a week on
Tiesdoyx and Sam relays I
Thankful tor past favors of the public would
esp. ctfuliy ashs a eoi.tinnance of the same
"VTEW COLU3IBIAX HOTEL;
Cor. FRONT and MOFRfSO f?ts .
roii'l LAND, (.LLGONr
&iT The nio?t Comfortoble Jlotel i" tno
Cit" IJi.ard and LodL'injr, frnin ore tti two
doll its per dav, ac. idi; c to rooms Occupied.
Free Coach to nnd from the house.
otf . L') W A Ii n CARNEY, Pro-.rietor.
Dr. J, Hi HATCH,
D E.N T I ST;
The ratronage of those desiring iirst Clata
Operations, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in an cases guaranteea.
I N. B. Xifrov (xyde administered for th
l rainless Extraction ot Teeth.
Officf: In Weigant's new building, west
side of First street, f etween Alder jind Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregoc. ,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
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