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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1870)
Jfjc lUeekln enterprise.
TOWN' AND COUNTY.
Tii v. P. T. Company's Wokxs. This
com pan y has one of the most extensive
improvements at this place in the State.
They purchased the island in the Wi
1 a me tie, ainl constructed a basin around
the falls, which enables them to transport
freight from the upper to the lower river
at aTnoMiinal expense aniPtrottble. Tin
main building', or warehouse, is LV2 feet
in length (which reaches to the lower
basin) by b'() feet in width. The L at
tached to the main building is 70 feet long
by 5 a in width, from wliich a slide and
car carry the freight from the upper to
the lower warehous". A large dock is
below. 80x"l. which is all under cover.
The capacity of the warehouse for storms
freight s from 1,200 to J. SOU tons. They
have a large dry dock, which can be liiled
with water and their largest boats taken
in and be on the stocks and the duck
ready for woikmen in the short period of
3 j minutes. They also have a midline
and carpenter shop a short distance from
tin? warehouse, in which they do all their
rep tiring, and employ quite a number ot
mechanics. Tte expense of their basin
and improvements will not fall short of
ivjiji). una. They own seven boa's on the
tipper river, and two on the lower, con
oi.-tiiig of the Reliance, Fannie Pat ton. )
A litany, .veuve, ouccess, uuyton. and
Mi jo Fly on the upper river, and Alert
' and .Senator on the lower. This is the
, largest as well as the most remunerative
Steamboat company in Oregon. While
the' (. S. N. Company's stock is larger. yet
the value at this time is not equal to that
of the J'. T. Company's. The business of
the latter company is continually increas
ing, and also their slock of boats, while
(he former have decreased their number
of boats, and the business for those em
ployed has not for the past two years been
jvnfijtieraMve. It is also noteworthy that
the 1'. T. Company is composed ot purely
Oregouians men who Lave been here a
1 :ig time, and who have made their capi
tal and invested it in Oregon. The offi
cers of the Company eons'n nte some of our
I;iot substantial and enterprising citizens.
O and while they are making money out of
our people in a legitimate manner, they
reiatti it here and invest it.
A PisTixaiis-Hto) Visitor. On last
Thursday our residence was visited by a
rather disagreeable looking individual.
Our hou-e fronts on the river, and is in a
rather retired placf-. About II o'clock in
the miming Mrs. X. beat 1 a man at the
door, and she went to it. dem Hiding of
hi:n" What do yon want?"' to which he
rfpi!icd. Money." I have none,'7 she
answered (and we positively believe she
told the truth); to which lie replied, "Yint
have, and I am going to have it." As he
ma !e this threat. Mrs X. caught the door
and innied the key, wtien he immediately
Went-ao tin window, which wi.s partly
r i'-.'d. and reached his hand in to the
catch toipen it. when Mrs. X. snatched a
derringer an 1 told him that if he attempt
ed t open the window she would shoot
haiiQ lie s'oppe l and gazed at her. and
ttt.-ii w.ie; tiff sin
loot, to which
Mm replied that if he did not, leave she
would sli )ot anyhow. lie then concluded
that In; had better leave. lie walked
around to the north side of the Catholic
('liarch, and thetio almost immediately
Marled to run to tbe bunk of the river,
where he got into a skill' and went down
the stream. He is a very large man. had
-muck wnisKers, (wnic.ii irom tne Uescrip
tion we believe to be a false set) and his j
eyes urere red. as il sure. The right pre- j
vious a couple of suspicious fellows were j
around the residence of .Mr. Larocu ne. 1
Ma. L. had oec i-ion tj go out ab mt nine
o'clock in the evening, when Ihyy took to
their heels and rati oif. The gang that
appeals to be operating in Portland ex
tends anp irently through the entire val
ley, and we would caution the people to
&ij on the lookout for them. The fellows
who Imvt) been seen in the neighborhood
of Col. Jennings' place are there for no
good purpose, and steps ought to be taken
to secure them. Put the imjeiidence of
this fellow in coming to the residence of
an editor and proprietor of a newspaper
!oi' money, ptubHidy has no aralkd in
TiTvr (7 have,. We slated last week
that porthQs ef Main street wei e being
improved by a new coat .of gra. el. We
were in error as to improvement and also
gruvi.d. There have been several loads of
rock, or boulders, put on the street. which
sire a nuisance. Vus sire not. aware who
ha the matter in cfiarge. but say plainly
that such an outrage :i s that now being
perpetrated m Main street .-'lould not be
allowed, and the parlies hauling the rock-
on the street should bo compelled to re
move them forthwith. If it Las been done
by authority of any officer or Street Com
mittee, and the people's money thrown
away in such an outrageous manntr. the
partiiM should be held responsible to an
insulPd community. SjlhIi throwing away
of money, ae.d spoiling of our main thor
oughfare, is an outrage, and should be
stojiped by some one in autht rity. Some
one is guilty in this matter, and we hope
th.it it is not the Committee on Street:!,
and that they will never accept or pay for
the work thus done, and compel the re
in val of the obslructions.
Srsriciot Chauatk':s. We are in
formed that a couple of men have been
lui kintbout the place of M; Tompkins.
b )'U a mile below this place, for the past
Week or more. One day they went to the
ho is!- of the renter living on Mr. T.'s
place, and demanded something to eat,
which was given them. They appear to
b- young men, and have on them two
pistols and a knife, each. While Portland
appears to be infested with a band of rob
bers, 've hear of depredation.1 committed
at vat ions other places. This gang of
thieves muDbe the lot which sometime
i-ir.ce were compelled to leave San Fran
cisco, ittii! a vigilant, e'f rt should be
tu ide by the authorities to bring these
desperadoes to justice.
Since the above has been in type, we
learn that these fellows have left. "
The A'ruox Fair. The apron fair giveu
by tbe ladies of the Congregational Church
at the Court House on Friday evening,
July 22d, was n grand success. The arti
cles for sale prepared by the ladies, were
agerly sought after, and the supper was
one of tbe best ever set in the city. The
attendance was large. The net receipts
were $122.50. On Saturday evening an
ice cream sociable was given.at the resi
dence oP.I. M. Moore. 1'sq.. by the same
P it ties, which was a very pleasant affair,
and well attended. Tlie Oregon City
lirass Bind, with their usual liberality,
gave their services for the entire evening
free of charge, for which the ladies desire
us to return their thanks.
Meteor. A most beautiful meteor
passed over our city last Wednesday eve
ning. It is said to have been the largest
one ever seca. Its direction was north
Gone to Tut; Socxi). Mr. S. D. Pope, of
this place, agent for the Globe Mutual
Life Insurance Company, of New Yotk,
for Oirgon and Washington Territory, left
here last Tuesday for Whitby's Island. W.
T.. to pay an insurance on the lfl'e of Mr
Bozarih, who died a .short time since. The
money on the insurance will be pa'd to
the widow within forty days from the time
of the death. This is commendable punc
tuality. and shows the company to be
worthy of confidence. Mr. P. expects to
be absent about two weeks.
Retl-hxed. Judge Caufleld and family,
who went to the coast about two weeks
since, in company with Capt. Hedges and
family, returned home last Friday, aioar
ently looking better after their ree'reat'ion.
The Judge says that Salmon river i quite
a favorite place of resort, a large number
of vi.-itors being there, and they were con
tinually arriving. The roads are good.
Tiik Dancs. The dance given by tLe
string band last Tuesday was only toler
ably well attended. This is not right, as
the young gentlemen composing the band
and for whose benefit it was given, have
ever been ready to give theirservi'ces to
ail occasions, and all who attend such
places should havw gone last Tuesday.
Clif? IIou.se. This house is becoming
a great lavorite with the traveling public
since the present proprietor, Mr. Leon
PeLouey. has become its landlord. Every
thing is served up in the best style, and
meal.s can be hail at all times. Oregon
City is not behind any place in Oregon
now, so tar as first class fare is concerned.
Give him a trial.
Track Laying. Considerable iron has
passed up the railroad during the past
week. We learn that about eight miles of
track has been laid since the commence
ment this season. It is expected that the
ears will be ready to run to Salem by the
loth of September.
Rivkii News. The Albany is ready
again for service. The Dayton now only
runs on the Yamhill river, connecting at
its moutn with the other boats running on
tho W.llamette. The Shoo-Fly swung
aga'nst a tree above Albany on her last
trip. No serious damage done.
Gor.o Hunter's. The parties we men
tioned a couple of weeks ago as going
with an Indian who had claimed finding
gold on the Clackamas, returned las;
Wednesday. They did not find the cov
eted article, but say that they found pros
poets at. the head of the Clackamas, but
not ifi suflicient quantities to pay working.
Horse Running. Some fellow passed
down Main street last Monday at a terri
ble fast rate. He cf.me near running over
some children. There is an ordinance
against fast riding in the streets, which
should be enforced in such cases.
Not Stopped'. "We noticed thi week
quite a number of boys in swimming at
the foot of Eighth stret; The city mar
shal should enforce the ordinance, if there
is one. which prohibits persons, from inde
cent exposure of their persons.
Defiant. The cows in this vicinity
don't seem to recognize the right of the
locomotives to drive them off the tradv.
They seem to defy the iron horse, and
compel the engineer to get off to drive
them from the track. A
run in lo the other dav,
Dissolution. The firm of Singer &.
Wertheimer furniture manufacturers, has
been dissolved. Mr. Singer continues the
business of manufacturing, at his machine
establishment, and we learn. tha t he will
soon open a new lurnoure store. Mr.
Wertheimer continues' at the old stand.
Shot. Mr. Willi on Fianklin, who was
shot by tie care!esi'-ss of some special
police in Portland, last week, was formerly
of this city, and highly respected by ail
who knew him. His many friends here
hope that the wound may not prove fatal.
A Nuisance. The creek on eighth street
has become dammed up, and the water
stagnates in it. from which a most horrible
stench arises. This, for sanitary purposes.
snouot oe cieaied out so that the water
may pass olf.
Spark Catchers.-The P. T. Co.'s boats
have all been supplied with patent spark
catchers. This is quite an item to travel
ers u ho Lave heretofore had their clothing
burnt by sparks.
Personal. Y. II. Watkinds. of Salem,
gave us a call as he passed through town
on his way to Portland last Monday. Pill
had on a bran new suit, of grey rlothcs.
which l.e s;;ys were paid fur by a Radical.
Ueveraue.s. We acknowledge the ie
Ceipt from Messrs. Harding- fc Potter, of
the Exchange, some soda and ale. The.-e
articles are quite refreshing on a warm
New W agon". Mr. David Smith, of
this place, is manufacturing good and sub
stantial wagons. He has turned out quite
a number recently, of superior quality.
Thanks. Col. Weit, W. F. & Co.'s mes
senger, has our thanks for files of San
Francisco papers. The Col. generally re
Ri.covei'.ud. Chas. Adam, who was in
jured last winter by jumping oif the loco
motive, has recovered sufiiciently to be
Sea Gulls. A large number of sea
gulls visited this place last Sunday. They
t-aielly ever come up as far as this place.
That Enemy of Mankind, Consumption
cut be cuied ; but it is far better to prevent
toe disease from tautening itself on tie s s
tem, bv the timely use of a remedy snehVs
Dr. IV.etars Bukamof Wild Cherry aflblds.
Euri-ka! Eureka!! Eureka!!! What?
Nature's sovereign remedav for he.ilintr the
Mek. Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext." or Golden Med
Nature's nut valuable med cal properties
than was ever btf.oe combined in one nirdi-
... I'nui.c;, muuies 1U liarmonv m ,r, r.T
cme. i-or the cure of all coach-, whether
acute or lingering, it ha? proven its superi
ority over everything else. For "Torpid
L.ver or -Billiou-ness" and for Constipa
tion of th.? bowels, it Js a never failing reme
dy. Asa Blood Purifier for the cure tit Pim
ples, Hlotohes, Eruptions and all humors it
is unequalled. Sold bv d!'ua"-is.s. '
At the residence of the bride's fatlier.Ji.lv
17, 1-S70, by Father (Lbney, Mr. James
Claren ai d Mi-is Mary Annie V. Blair, all of
We isb both our friends much jov and
happiness, and hopj that their path i'f life
may b csowded with its richest I lesings,
and that no sorrow may over cross their pith
in thjir journey through this woild.J
WILLIAM DAVIDSON, .
OIice, !-a"o. CI Front Strett,
PORTLAND, - - . OREGON.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Special Collector of Claims.
A latere amourt of CITY and EAST POST
LAND Property for Sale.
Also, IilPItOS E " FARMS, and vahiab'e un
em'tivated LANDS, ioeutju iu all parts ot
Inves'me'Us iu REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY made fo tone -pondents.
CLAIMS of all descrintions promptly col
lected. HOUSES and STORES leased.
All kinds of F.nanc al ami General Agency
Parties having PAliM PROPERTY far sale
will pleft-e fumi.-h rteso 'pt Oas of the same
to tbe AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
eaeh of the principal Ci llES and TOWNS
of this STATE.
Tlie Vital Statistics of California.
Show that peiioi ical fevers and acute and
i htonie tlisord.-rs of the .-toinaea aid bowels,
are anions the nu.st proinii ent ami fatal dis
eases i'i this Stilts, disobedience to the laws
of health, as regards diet ; the use ot perni
cious stimulants ; and the wear and tear of
bus. cess excitement, and of " lust !ife'T gen
era'ly, have ni-.ch to do with the prevalence
of these maladies in our cities; wlole in the
interior, and especially in the gcld-yielditt
districts, thej' are chiefly due to malaria, un
wholesome w iter, ami the exposure and pri
vation incident to life in new settlements and
Hindus; camps. Now, it is a fact that it is as
possible to protect tbe linn an system aain-t
these maladies, as to fjuard life and property
against the inclusions of assassins and
thieves- Strengthen the vital organization
with IIO.sTKTTEU'S S ! OMACli HITTERS,
and it becomes as capable of resisting the
active princip'e of epidemic or endemic o'is
ease, ;o a tire-pro f safe is of resitini; the
action of combustion. This is the experi
ence of thousands wiio have remained un-veath-d
by malarioe,-! disorders in the sickli
est sea-ons, while their m ijjh'oors, who neg
lected to tone and repubite their sv.-tenis with
this u neo nailed
dieinal stimulant, have
fallen t'i.ek and fast around them. Weak
ness invites disease. Vior repi Is it. Help
eatine to fight the -rood li-ht with infection,
whether il be in the air, the wat r, or the
soil, with this matchless prepara ion, a
c 'inpoun 1 of the rarest vegetable extracts
with the pure-t al all d dVesive stimulants.
I.lGIIT.Vi.i 1- V-Iitl.T.fl
Isaeid of anything f the kind. Han ly
ami cheap. Try it. Sold by Druggists.
Itcliccra Degree Tjotle So. 3, 1. O. O. I".
o rx Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y EVES'IXOS,
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend, by rfler of N. G.
ii is It ni.-d does not sim y rs.r.e for a
sb ii time, but it produces if ct ' d per
mr,net;t cures of tl:e worst cases of Chronic
Nasal Catarrh, and will fay $.):" rnvtvd
for 11 ruse ihnf I avnof cure. "Cold in the
head" ami Oatarihal Ibadache are cured
wi-ii a f.-v applications. If yi u have a dis
charge from the nos-e, odenstve or otherwise,
stopping up of the noe at time-', partial
loss f the sense of smell, taste or bearing,
eyes watering or-weak, feel dull, have pain
or preasnre in the bead, you may ret assured
that, vim have Ojifmh. Thousands annually,
without manifestitrjr half of tl c aoove sys
iems, terie.inate m lonsumj-tam and end in
:!)' (iiave. No disease is so c'linmon. more
deceptive or h s- und rstootl bv phyi ian.
I will send my pamphlet on Catanh to any
add re. s free. " I)r. Sage's Catanh Remedy is
SOLD HY MOST DRUGGI-TS IX ALL
PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Price ."0 cents Sent br mail, postpaid, on
receipt of D cents, or fair packages f.r two
did airs. Heware of cmoiti rf ifi and wrrlh
.--.- imWxi'-nnn. See that my private tmap.
which is a pn.siflvp gnara n'cfi if ; ('" ui )H r.---,
is upon the outside wrapper. Remeinhtr
that this private s'amp, issued by the United
States Government expressly for stamping
niv mediem. s, has my portrait, name and
address, an i the words ' U. S. Certinea-e ot
Genuineness " ngrav-d upon it, and need
not be mistaken. Don't be swindled by
iravc ers arid '!bers,iepresentitg themselves
as Dr. Sasre ; I am the only man now living
that, has the knowledge and rt-.-ht to niuiu
facttire th gr nine. Dr. Sage's (!iitarh U-v.ti-cdy,
and I never tr vel to sell this medicine.
R. V. PIERCE. M. D.,
jn23m3 153 Seneca street, Ijiilfaio. N.Y.
Zf" If you wiish tltc very best
Cabinet Piiotaon-aphs, ion must call or.
BRADLEY & RULOFSON, 43 1' Montgomery
street, San Fri'.nciseo.
I, A. I '. a 11 at
j?y A. Jl. Holds its regular c.immuni
n cations ca the First and Third Sat
' vrday in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2uth of September to the 2oth of
March, and 7 A o'clock from the L'oth of March
to the ioth of September. Hrethreu in good
standing are invited to attend.
Hy order of Tf. M.
O OME TFREEMONTHS SINCE, A GOLD
ritubr will be suitably rewarded l y re'ura
tug the same to OWEN WADE.
Formerly flew CoSunibian f
Corner Front and Moni-io.i tit reds,
NOAH & MORRISON,
Free Culi to anil from ( tic I'cusc.
July 10th, tf
To Stock Drovers.
THE ROAD ACROSS TIIE CASCADE
M-un tains, know ss the " Old Emurrnnt
Road." is imw in splendid crder Car be ac
o-.nmodation o' the putdic The bridges on
be road hve ail been ihorongidy re,. aired,
and stock drovers will find it o trouble to
c oss the Mounta n bv this route. There is
iptenty of good uer to! gns-s on both
s.id-s of toe Mountain, a d the distance
across is only K(.i miles being t!ie shortest as
well as tbe best road over t ie Cascade
Mountains. Sto -k drove s and emu rants
wi.l find it to their advantage t travel over
tbisioute. Tules reasonable.
Clackamas county, July, 137i:juiS.f
11'"'' '' j
James B. Upto-.
STITZEL & UPTON.
Hval Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Comer of Front and
Wash trig ton streets,
Wll attend to the sale and purchnse
ot P.eal E.-tate in all parts of the City and
State. Special attention given to tbe sale ot
East Portland property.
Address I. O. box 412, Portland. Oregon.
STiTZEL & UP I ON,
19tf. llexl E stale Brokers.
BOOKS ANDSTA ONERV.
Joksi Fleisiliag-, .
H S .IT7ST RE CEIVE1) -y
a line stock ot School J
lio ks.Stanonery and every
thing us-iabv kept in a b--o.v
store, direct from the East, which he offers to
'lie public at reduced pi ices. Store ua. er
the .. . Give me a Lun and cx-
inv t? mv (rii.itis ail
O " ' 'ifv -I i
Of the P.ARNCM RE-TAFRaNT, Main
street, OREG )' ClTY,
Begs to inform the public and bis friends
that he has leased the lower part of the
Which he has opened as a
FIRST CLASS RESTAUR ABIT.
The table w 11 at all times be supplied with
the te.-t the market aOords.
Orders for -nippers and parties will be
promptly attended to.
' iv -2:tf
LAUDE 3 & OeFRANCE'S
For tbe instruction of
Middle-ilged luen, Ycnng Ttleu
la the branches of a Easiness Education.
rpiIIS IS WITHOUT DOUbT A MUsT
X. thorough and etiieient In-titution, ami
has made tor bs- lf a name ii Oregon, of
which its friends are ju-tly proud.
The braacb- s whicn stand out promineiit-
y in the cnriicalnm of study arc
C ) M E It CI L A R I T 1 1 M ETIC,
POLITICAL ECO.NO.M Y,
CO R RES I 'O N DEN CE , AC.
A most thorough practical department 1
in constant operation, in which are com
pr sed all tiie rniiiutia of business atl'airs.
Students can enter at any time. No va
Call at rooms; comer of FRONT and AL
DER staec ts, . or st nd for a circular contain
ing full intormatiori. A Jdress,
LACUK it D.PHA5CE.
Harvest oi 1870 ! !
Sdluig oif lo Close Jtusincss,
Ami ! HUMBUQ!
EE A D Y-2IAI)E CLOTHING.
JLC OXS AND SHOES,
Mens' Ladies, Misses' and Childrens'
HATS AKD CAPS.
Grcccri&s, Crockery Glasiand Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Cliimr-eys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to be sold
Regard lass of Price!
"2, To convince j-ourscdf with rc?pcct to
tliis matier, call at the old corner.
South rf T?pe it Co.'s 1 in Store,
Oregf il Cit- i
f 18 ZO
This ValaaMe Family Medicini has been
wi iel a d f.; or.-b y known in our own
aut ii rein t n ri s, u ward-- of
urrv VEAKs :
It hns losv none f ts good name by r. -p
ated trials, but c.nntin to occu; v a
promine it position in every faaiiiy me lim
It is an External and Inte nal Ken edy.
For Summer Complaint, or any other form
ot bowel disea-e in chiiurfn or adults, it is
an almost certain cure, and has without
doubt been more suc;essf.l in cming t'.e
various kinds of CHOLEitA than any other
known remedy, or the most skd fu.1 pbysi
i in. In Inura, Africa and China, wbeie
this dreadful disea-e is tnost prevalent, the
Pain Ki ler is coas ered by the natives, as
well as European residents in those rhmates,
a .-"ne r'-rtifdy ; and while it i a most eflicieni
remedy for pain, it is a perfectly sate medi
cine, even in unskillful hands. Directions
accomoany each bottle.
Sold by'a'd Druggi -ts.
Price '25 et3-,'U cts., and SI per bottle.
Agents ! Read This I
V7E WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY
VV of--3t pr wetli and expcns s. 01
all w a eommiss'on. tu sell oar new and
wonder ul inve t'oio.
Ad.rjssM. WAGNER & CO.. Marshall.
Mxh. . May 2$m2
COimTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOPJJIA,
tpi its rert ttj v e ""T W "
IJ0. 121 FRONT STREET,
Anollacf S priii
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
rpilIS IS THE SECOND FULL AND AS
J sorted stoek received this spriiiff.
We bejr leave to assuie our euttomers 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 imited to cad and ex
amine om roods.
We challenge competition in prices, as
sortment and quality.
THE BESTREW YORK
AT SEVEN DOLLARS,
A Large Assortment of
WERE RECEIVED BY .
J. C. Meussdoiirer & Bro.
G- W. POPE & CO,?
STOVES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IPON.BRA
Z1E s' ( OPI ER. LFAI FII'E. II;.') -I'll
E AND FIT f INtJS, PC HUE it
HOSE. FoitCE AM) I I FT
LUMPS. ZI C, COPPER,
LIIASS .AND iUoN
Also a seneral asso; t entj of House Fur
Teh, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING A"D .7 0 LEU G O F EVERY
DESCRIPTION i Ni: '10
ORDER, AND AT
Also at POPES' STOVE STCEE
IIA'WAF. AND RASKE'S, WOODEN,
WAR E AND JINVVARE, I. ANTE'. NS,
' LAMI'SAM) OH,. LUC1NE AND
Midi! LAMPS. AL-O
All of the above articles ore for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
c. w. roPK ?; CO.
Iblyj Orcg in City 0;eg m.
Patronize Homo industry.
THE FICHEFR CURLED HAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO -FPP Y THE
market w.th a No 1 aiti le o! Curled
lia r 'to U. elslery woik, which will e-mi-p
tio t. .! m.jiOitcil article In quality u
I pay the highest- tric f r Manes and
and T.dis id' (J us
store, ui iu i t rout and aliumi str-ts.
Pi.-rtland, On c;on.
. D. SMITH. G mo. P. COOK
7 EST EI IX HOTEL.
Cor. First and M rri-f i Streets.
tCts" Messrs. Snrth A Cook have t-iken thi-
we l known Housi. refitted and rn'uniisbeli
it tbroug'iouf. bai'it a large ad iiti'-n, n-ak nir
thirty more pleasant rot i!i-, enlarged t lie
lining and sittin'r room-, making it by far
'he best Hotel iu Portland. A call from tir"
traveling juib'ic will satisfy them that the
above statement- are true.
SMITH A COOK, Proprietors
N. B. Hot and o!d baths attached. 4" tf
The standard re u. ov t r onzhn, Ii-iftu-
euz.ii, S-ire 'I'lrro-t'.ll'hrrt'n'ng Cough, Croup,
f.izer Complaint, Bran chili, BU-dir,g of the.
J.vng, and every affection of the Throat,
Lunsis and Chest, ir.c!m!in2 Coxscmption.
AVistai-'x rd.l4.t1n does not dry up a
Cough, but lo se is it. cleanses t'ie lungs,
.md ailay.- ii ri'ati m. thus rtrnnring theratife
of ti e f trplai t. Nouf- srenu ne nnlfss
12 ied 1. Rctt?. Prepared bv Sktu W. Fowle
A Son, Boston. Sold by Repin-gt.;x. Ho-,
tkttfr Co., Saa Francisco, uud bv dealers
generally. . JeI9:l
REDINGTO:;, IIOSTETTER & CO.
Stop Hint Coughing !
Some of you can't, and we jrRy you.
You have tried every icmedy buttle
ONE de-tined, by i's intiin-ic merit, to
suptrsede ad sdmiiaf preparations. It
is not surprising you should be itluc
1 1 ut to try something else af crthe many
experiments you have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the public as a
certain care ; but
No well's Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
o mnounde I for the cin e of Coughs,
&'d?: tore 1'hrcat, Asthma, Whooping
I'oigh, Bronchitis mid Coixumptio)'.
Thousands of p ojde in California and
Oregon have been already benefited by
the surprising curative powers of
Jewell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one rc ord give it their un
qua'iMed apjnobat on.
We now ad Iress ourselves to al! who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea oi the are. for the heating of nil
diseases of the 'i'lirout ml iTniigs,
assuring you that .
BJcwcii's Pulmonary Syrup
has cured thousands, ant1 it will cure
YOU. if you try it. This invaluable
medicins is pleasant to the ta-te ; ooth
ing, healmg an 1 $t- ngt licning iu its
tUVcts; entirely free from all poisonous
or deleter ous dnusa-ud perfectly harm
less under aii circumstances.
l'or Sile Ity Jill li-up. gists.
REDINC ION", II0.TETIER & CO ,
416 and -lib FroLt street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Which aV confidently rtccr.tmer.drd n the
het prtpai tion now It-fore the public.
This valuable preparation, c n'ab ing
in a highly ru.-icentrated forin all the
j properties of Jamaica (lingcr.lnis become
o'ic of the most opuIar dme-tic reme
dies for all diseases of the stcmach and
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable
to all per;
tecovering front debility,
whether produced bv fever or otherwise;
! for wl lie it imoasts to the system ail the
idow and vigor that can be pt educed by
wi'iic or brandy, it ;s entirely free from
the i cacti' -nary otfi cts thut follow the
use ot spiiiis of any kind.
It is also an excelL nt remedy for
females who seller from difficult men
struation, giving idne -st immediate re
lief to the s; asms that0 frequently ac
company that, period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by i i !is g in a railroad car, or by
sea s cki-e.-s, or other causes.
It is also valuable as an ( xterral rp
j.licat on for (.lout, Rheumatism, Neu
IlIIIilXtiTOV, IIOSTETIKU Sj CO.,
410 and 41 S Front street, San Francisco.
Flavoring: Li trn el?
ARE THE Pi RFEPTLY EC RE AND
highly c rccr.tniti'il Extracts from Fresh
l ruiis, prepare.' with ixreat care.
Thev ere put up in supcrio: stvle, and
in a biutle In Idiug TWICH AS MUCH
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contorts, none
ether are ne.ulv so cheap.
hf-never tested on ii! kir iiEKiT3",1hev
l.ave been ad q'ted in preference to all
otiu-is. and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Paeinc
MA UK THE A D VA XTAGES.
By purcl.asinc IUdingtoi,'s Concen
trated Flavoring Extract-, y uobt.-.in an
article not only snpciior in riclmcss and
dtdic.icj ot tl i vor to a: y o her 6f a simi
lar nature, but far moie eco.-n mical. be
cause each b- ttle b Ids d -uble the
quantity cOntaim-it in a bottle of any
other liavoi-ing extract sold.
KEDiXtTGS, IIOSTK'I TEK S. ( O,,
Agents fur t ae Pacific Coast.
Wotdd yon f se -po FEVER AND AGUE,
a- d preseive be-dth mid v;goi dui inc- the
s ck!y 'ea.-Oi', ir.ake cca-ioual use of the
If you are ATT CKED with Chills
and bilious I'e. cr, or have bf en a vu tun
to sr.ch disease a-d used other "-called
remcd'es wi ..nJ permanent belief, sek
at cuce V.'O safe-t nod sme.-t
C XI K T5 i
by using, accoi ding ti directions
MASON & PGLLARS'3
or. Fever an t. Ague TiN-. Time has
proved them V or ughb. io be the safest
and mos reliable re uely k own. Tin y
contaiu no meicury or i t or mincial r
ctiesi icab '1 h- y are cselusiveiv vege
tab'e. Th-y stirnuhite the f in."tior:s of
felircr. t.'mge-t:.'ii is impossible wh- re
thev are ussd. They h not deter from
daily tabor. l;y a sist iu di-'c-t ion tl ev
add flesh and mu cie lo the ban e. ThiV
are. adapted to ail ages and Loth sexes;
ui-d as a
Will CURE in their incipipny, three
fourths of all d.stuses i'm idental to a
mala: ious climate. For Dv.-pcpaiu, in
small dose-, tl.ey have no eq .id.
For sale bj al! Drugiii-ts.
UEDIMiTO.V, IIOSTjaTIKH & CO.,
1 ho Battle for Life
Which is continually sroin? on between
bealtli atid disease, "has never receive 1
from anv medicine such marked and un
mistikable as?i-taace, on the side of
health, as it Las Loai ,
Jewell's Pulmonary Syrup
REDINGTOV, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
116 and 413 Froct street, Saa Francisco.
A VCTI027AND COMM?SSIOJf
A. H. I3iclia,iIsoii9
Corner of Front End Oak streets, Portlcod,
Of Real Estate. Groceries, Genera! IJferchad
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday f
A. B. KiciiAF.Dsox, As-ctionee?.-
AT PRIVATE SALF.
English refined Bar and Bundle lion
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Fiie", Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fiy -pans, sheet iron, R G lion
A large assortment of Groceries red Liquors
A. B. Kichakdson, A tiotionef r
; a ft
IS STILL AT HIS "OLD STAND.
CORNER OF MAIN .no SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CiTY, OREGON.'
TTTIIEEE nE WOULD INYFE HI
Y friends and the pnhhc m general, to
all and examine his stock, consisting ut i
general assortment of
II sits himcI Caps,
Z'-fj Ilnving frorr many years experience'
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS Q
LIES I II SL1AIL PB OF list
IS DETERMi.nEI) TO
OFFER SL( II lNDUCl.il EN TS AS WILL
Sd. nee the Cry of Portland Ih ices I
Oregon City, August 2th, 1SC0.
VrOT:CE IS HEREBY GIVEN TII A T TV
Jl viitae of an ixe uiion is-utd oi t oT
the Ciicuit Com t, of t! e stat.' of Oitg-u,
for the county of Clackamas, and o me d'
ree'ed, in favor of William P. Poland aid
against J.-iim s M. Moore, for the sum of five
t housand, cig ht Imndi Cd and l inetteri dol
lars and 4-VIoO fcllt 4-V, w th interest f.Z
the rate of" lo poi cont. per aim urn from the'
1 1 tli day of May, lfitiO, an.J the tuiiher sum
of $'28 t'O loo costs ami for dollaisgc;
cruinr costs ; 1 have this second day of Juli .
A. I)., 1S70. levied upon all the light title
and infeie-t of the sa d James ZQ "dooie,
which he now h; s, or may have badf at ai y
tiiiiO since ii e elev t uib day ol March, A. I). ,
ISfil, in the following d seril ert Ian', t'-wit :
Claim 67, being pait of sctitn thiiiy-ouo
(31). T two (2.) south R, two (.2; ea.-t," to -taimng
about sixty three '( 3) at n s, ti e stirci
bcit.g the land sold by Geo. A. Peace, AO--min
straior t.V I o nih hi n , of t lie estau- of
Robert Moore, dt-eeast d. Ar.d will ;,r ei d O
to t-e 1 the same, at j uVuc auctior, to tbe
hi -j best bidder ior Cash , in ':iiit' f theCeuit
Hou-e do r, in Oregon C ty. en Satuid; v,
thesxth day of August, A." D., 170, at ihe
l our of lo o'cb ck a. m., to sati?fy aid exe
cution, cjsts and accrniiig C' sic.
Shcrifi" Clackamas county.
Rv T. J. McCai.vek, Deputy.
Oregon City, July 2, lS7o.v'Jto-
1VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
JN virtue of an cxi cution,- issued out of
the Circuit Cor.tt. of the State ol Oregon, rO
the county of Cluckar.ins, ai d to me diitii'
cd, io favor of Wiiiiain P. Doland oi l
against James M.Moore, for the sum of tne
j tt'Ousana. fight hutidrfd and i-me'ien d
! bus and -15-iui, (o;S i o a:,) ith ir.tfie.-t at
j the rate of tin per cent, per am, cm lrom the
I el venth dav of 'Mav. ISoSb a: d the Xurtih rO
sum of C28 Ct' cost-, or.d tor ool.i.is
accruing cos s; I hate 1 bis second day i f
July, A. I).. IsTu. levied upon all the inter
est which James M. I'looienow has, or may
have had since the eleventh day of March,
lS'd, in and to the lai.d claim" of Kobe. t
Moore, deceased, said claim being krjfiv ut O
iqion the plats 11 ti e La hd Oilice at Oigoa
C py as claim No, 71, Notiiication No. 6;
section T. 2, S. It. 1 E. and claim No :- tf
iatrt of section l.T. 3 S. R. 1 E, s-a;d inter-
1 est beiirg an undi'v dt d fouith interest in said
claim. And will 1 roc-ed to sell ti e same, at
public auction, to the highest bidder f-ir
cash, in liont of the Com t House door, in
On g.oi City, on -a? in day. the sixth day of
August, A. 1).. Ib7i .attbe bourol 10 o'clock
a. m., 10 satisly ?aid execution, costs and ae
ci ning costs.
f-l.prifF ( btckit9nas i-o;i ty.
Ity T. J. McCarver, Deputy.
Oregon City. July 2, 1-70 rjul'LO
Dr. J, 11. HATCH
The patronage rf those desiring t int Cuis&
Up .ration, is ir.ectlully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. Ii. Xitrov O.cyde administered far the
Painless Extraction of Tecib.
Officf. In Weignnt's new bailding, v'est:
side of First street, 1 etv.een Alder and Slor-.
risen streets, Portland, Oregon.
TIIE .MANHATTAN LIFE,
2Torth British arid Mercantile gire 0
Insurance rcnipanics, 0
E. D VHITLOW,
1(5 jf ORE(K)N CITY A 'ENT.
FRONT Sr., PORTLAND.
J. P. GPKEKGEK, Pre pnetor.
Tlie Proprietors of this well known Hens
having superior accommodations, guarantee
entire satist action ta at! g-ts.
j The lb tel Coach will be in attendance
j to convey passenger at d baggage to and
jlrom the Hotel, fi er of cbarpp. (40ti
OSBce Oregon and California Stage Co.