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TOWN AXD tOUXTY.
Discharged. About 250 railroad hand
were discharged lust Saturday. What the
cause for this is. we are not informed, but
the reason assigned by those who claim to
know, is that t was necessary to suspend
work on account of the non-arrival of
iron. The iron was not expected to ar
rive until last week, aid we see that two
cargoes hare arrived, and the cry was
made that not enough white men could be
had to get Che grading done in time for
Ihe 4ron. and about 150 Chinamen were
put to work. Over that number of white
men have been discharged, while ihe
Chinamen retain their places, it is use
less to say that this- is done for Ihe pur
pose of transplanting the white men. 1 hi
fact is too plain too admit of contradic
tion, and the statement that there is not
work for the white men. is simply a story
goten)Up to pahate the treachery of Ben
Holladay. or why does be retain the Chin
amen and discharge those which he fluid
would be preferred and were woiked on
the ground of economy. It took him
little longer than we anticipated to get
rid of the voters by which he carried this
county, yet he has done as we said that he
would The truthfulness of our assertions
are established. Mr.IIolladay has given the
falsity to his declarations by his actions
TnK Scpper The supper given by the
ladies of the Episcopal Church, last Fri
day evening, was in every way a success.
The company was not as large as we had
hoped, but those present enjoyed them
selves better than if the room had been
more crowded. The supper was excel
lent and the tables were nicely arranged,
and the ice cream was so good that the
ice gave out before the demand was sup
plied. Miss Georgia Tope, the Misses
Holmes, and other ladies, assisted by Mr.
I'ype. Rev. Mr. Sellvvood and others, add
ed greatly to the entertainment with their
fine singing. We noticed a roasted leg of
mutton at the head of the table, beauti
fully and artis'ically arranged, which we
learned was presented and arranged by
Mr. Leon Delouey. of the Cliff House
Restaurant. We are also informed that
the Lincoln Bakery furnished very
liberally for the occasion. We are re
quested by the ladies to return their
Mhanks to those who furnished supplies for
the table and also to the. public for their
Stka&joat Itk.ms. The Albany brought
down fVont Salem about a hundred men
whiPhud been discharged from work on
the railroad. Hen-didn't even irive them
"i i , g i o - - -
tln'ir passage to Portland.
The Alert was about three hours behind
her regular time, caused by being detain
ed on account of smoke, last Monday.
The steamers Senator and Fannie Pat
- ton are being thoroughly repaired. The
old bottoms have been taken off, and it
will be necessary to make new ones for
! half of each boat. When they are re
tailed they will be as good, if not better,
i than when new.
CE.vsrs ok CCr,ACKAMAs Cocxtv. The
following hat been furnished as the census
' of this county : Number of white males.
' 3.282 ; No. of white females. 2.637 ; No.
oj colored males. 64 ; colored females. 9 :
total number of inhabitants. 5.992. Clas
iflciilion of color blacks. 40; Chinese.
't t ; total. 73. Foreign born males. 407;
fi'iii-ilfs ..fi.l T,,t.ii ....... i.
- ' . xwvMi, ...x.,. A v l - li It 111 U V I
of voters. 1.4!)fi. Citizens whose right has
been abridged on other grounds than re
bellion or other crime, to vote. 3. Num
ber rf dwelling houses. ,-.1.285. Number
..r t !i : . . -.. .... .
laiuuies. i ,ii o. 1 tie ceusus ot l Sol) re
turned a population of 3.160. Increase
hi ten years. 2.52C.
Mu.WAiKiK a CiTr. The Herald says
that our Milwaukie neighbors are some
what elated over the idea that the West
Side road is to crosd over the Willamette
river ut that points and form a junction
ith the main trunk near Mill No. 2. To
meet the situation. Rev. Mr. Sellwood has
had a portion of bis farm troniing on the
railroad subdivided into lots and blocks,
with a view of accommodating those who
may desire to do business at that point.
Eligible blocks are held at. $500 each.
Milwaukie property is looking up from
the same cause, and lots are held at stiff
Pkksoxai.. Jake Fprerger. the pleas
ing and accommodating proprietor of the
Cosmopolitan Hottl. at Portland, and Mr.
Henry Fuller, gave us a passing call last
Dr. F. M. Mason, late of Clarkville.
Baker county . arrived in our city last
Wednesday. The Doctor comes highly
recomendeil from that section. He is look
ing for a place to permanently locate.
Stolen. A young man, about 20 years
of age, was lodging at the residence of J.
V". Lewis, and working on the railroad,
He was discharged last week and prior to
leaving he entered a couple of rooms in
the house and stole from one a watch and
pome money, and the other a coat. A
warrant wi 8 T-sued for him and followed
to Portland, b it he made good his escape
; thieves visited the residence of Mr. John
'.Hatton. on the hill, and knocked at the
J) oor. He demanded what they wanted
and who they were, and receiving no i
4 answer, called to a neighbor to bring his
' shot-gnn. when they took to their beds
j and made good their escape.
. Sharp. A fellow selling papers on the
1 boats at Portland, frequently receives a
, half dollar or two bits, when he rushes
'. PfT. telling the buyer that he'll bring him
i the chang in a moment. He played this
: game on a young man of our acquaintance
; this week, and then gave him a paper of
last year's date.
Returned. Mr. Clay Myers returned
: home last Monday, from east of themoun
i, tain?, where he is engaged in stock-raising
' le expects to return, taking with him his
: family, about the 5rst of October.
. Home Agaix. Mr. W. B. Barlow and
ife, and J. L. Barlow. Esq., returned last
, Saturday from their visit to the Atlantic
; tes. Capt. Pease also returned last
I Thursday. We learn that all of them had
t pleasant and agreeable trip. We are
i Sde to note their safe return.
Cattle Steauxo. A man named Wil
I son was arrested last Saturday, charged
1 Wl'h, stpal'ng a beef from Mr. Ramston.
i an? brought before Justice Moore. The
5 evidence against him appeared conclusive
j ana was fann.i
He has since left for parts un-
n(an and white man were adver
tising the saloons. The City Marshal ar
jwted them. The white man paid his fine
aa the Indian Ls working liia out on' the
Ntw Fence. Mr. A. J. Apperson has
had a neat new fence put atrottnd his resi
dence. Dr. Barclay's residence is
ceiving a new coat of paint, and Jud"-e
Caufieid is giving his store and late iesi.
overhaiiilng and paint-
Mls:c We hear the music dispensed
every evening by a gentleman whose place
of business is opposi e the rjnsiofhVo
highly spdken yf. A stranger remarked
to us the other day that he was Mie best
violinist that he has heard on the coast.
Openkd. Paul Grisber's new saloon
was opened in gay style last Monday
night. A fine lunch was served and the
Oregon City String Band furnished music
for the occasion.
IIktcrxi.vg. Among the- passengers due
in San Francisco on the 9th. from the east,
are Mr. J. Ralston and wile, father nf m-
Ralston of this city.
Bid-S. Interesting notices for bids to
furnish supplies for the Tttalitin Fur Co.,
are stuck up around town.
The railroad hands
Tuesday. An escort
were paid off last
was sent with the
A couple of boys were caught the eth
er day in the act of stealing
a piece: of
From the Herald :
The corner stone of St. David's Episco
pal Church, at East Portland, was laid
last Wednesday bv lit. Rev. Bishop Morris
assisted by Revs. W. II. Stoy and J. R. w'
Selhvood, of Milwaukie, and J, W. Sell-
woou. ot Oregon City.
A destructive Sre occurred at Canyon
City. Grant county, last Friday, destroy
ing the entire city. Loss stated m $250,000.
The census of Washington county shows
an entire population of 4.260.
Mr. Ireland, while takinsr the census of
this city, discovered an old French ladv
who stated that she was 105 years old.
She has been blind for a number of years
from the decay consequent u,on extreme
Camp No. 2 and Bridge No. 3 are re
ported to have been destroyed by fire on
Saturday. The camp contained a very
considerable quantity ol grading tools, all
of which were totally destroyed.
One of Holludav's vessels laden with
railroad iron from Newport, Wales, ar
rived in Ihe Columbia river on Sunday
morning last. She will probably reach
this city some time to-day.
The entire population of Portland, as
given by the IT. S. Marshal, is 8.347.
The center pier of the railroad bridge
:ieros Hie hantiam was floated to us place
on .Monday aliernoon. and workmen were
engaged in sinking ii yesterday.
Rev. E. C. nderson. to whom the
County Court tendered the office of School
Superintendent, accepted the office and
qualified last Saturday.
The various bod carriers of this c it v
have organised themselves into a society
vvi.h a view of furthering and protecting
their labor interests. The Star Society''
is the name selected, and an article in the
constitution requires that each member
have a five-pointed siar fastened in u con
spicuous place upon his hod.
From the Bulletin :
Wai.i.amet Vai.i.ky Railroad Company.
The stockholders of this new Railroad
Coi ipany met last Saturday and organized
by the election of the following Board of
Directors: Ben. llolladav, William L.
llalsey. .uedorum Crawford. C. II. Lewis.
A. M. Loi vea. I. Goldmith. T. R. Cor
uelins. At a meoriiisi of the Board of Di
rectors. Ben. Holladay was elected Prosi
dent; William L. Halse . Vice President ;
Medorum Crawford. Secretary.
The Catholic Sentinel says that this (St.
Mary's school) favorite institution ot learn
ing will commence its annual course ot
instruction on Monday, the 22d inst.
From the Pidiivhnler :
Appkopkiatk Namk. Ren. Holladay has
recently bought ten acres ol prairie on the
line ot his railroad near the Molalla. and
laid out a town, which he has named Can
by City. This is to indicate, we presume,
that the lots are for sale.
We are informed by letter from Empire
City that Henry Wycofi. ex-1 reasnrer of
Coos county, has -absconded with about
S3. 000 of county inone. That's the way
the money goes when Republican officials
follow the example of their leaders in
From the Oregon Statesman.
The Salem Mills offer from 80 to Foe is
a bushel lor wheat, but are not buying
any great amount, as the farmers won't
sell at that price, and the millers cannot
see their way to oiler more in the present
unsettled state of the market. Prices have
very materially declined both in San
Francisco and Liverpool.
A lot of wrol amounting to 4A.OO0 lbs.
is ready at Salem for shipment to Boston.
It goes to A. Peabody.
V C. Whitson of Polk counfy has re
ceived his commission as Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court of Idaho.
Our friends at Bethel and on that mail
route are as yet unsuppiied with mail
facilities, as no mail contract has been let
as was advertised for, or at least none has
gone into execution.
Mr. O. D. Bebee was accidentally shot
at Salem by a pistol which he dropped on
the sidewalk as he was getting into the
stage. The wound is quite serious, but
From the Oregonian.
A con tract has been made to ljuild a
jail in Umatilla county for $5,000.
About forty men are at work on the
new light-house at Cape Blanco. It is ex
pected that it will be completed before
Christmas. It will cost between $50,000
We have received a catalogue of the
Corvaliis College, being the fifth issued by
that institution. The attendance during
the lau College year was very favorable
indeed, and w e should judge the institution
was in a flourishing condition.
From the Albany Democrat :
Last Monday a German giving his name
as Ferdinand Wetzel, aged 26 vears. was
apprehended by Marshal Long on a com
plaint of insanity, and after being exam
ined by Drs. Rice and Tate, before His
Honor, fudge Johns, was adjudged insane,
and on Tuesday was tasen down to Port
land by Sheriff Irvine.
Last Tuesday the new saw mill on Cedar
Flat. 15 miles east of Lebanon, together
with the residence of its proprietors.Messrs
! Stearns & B'dwell, was destroyed by fire.
Two Irish brothers named McDonald,
living in Linn county, have recently fallen
heir to a million dollars by the death of a
near relative ui ireiand.
A two year old son of Jas. Harris, of
Kings Valley. nton county, was scalded
to death last week.
From the Jacksonville News :
Ma.x Muller lias been appointed Post
master at this place, to succeed J. M. Sut
ton. He will enter upon the duties of his
On Wednesday morning of this week
the iron door over the t.ellar in front of
Bilger's tin shop Was1 opened for some
purpose, and Charles Lovel in walkino:
along the sidewalk, not noticing it. acci
dentally fell through the doorway, his chirt
and neck catching on the door. By some
means a gash was cut in his throat from
which he came near bleeding to death.
Dr. Ganung was called, and succeeded in
stopping the flow of blood.
Oct of Danger. Miss Mary Woodward,
who was accidental ly poisoned last week,
has so far recovered that her physician
pronounces her out of danger. This will
be good news For her many friends.
Who Knows : in.' ..'m.itv Ci-.-rk man
ages to get the Countx (', rl to nccasion
ally entrust him wi;!i g-: ing county
printirg done, which he sends to Portland
and the county pais fully as much, if not
more, for the work than the same can be
done here. Has the Clerk tak n iuto the
clique a job office and does he receive his
regular per cent, on the county printing?
The Clerk's office ought to pay better now
since there is broker to speculate in coun
ty orders, and a per cent, on the printing.
This is what might be called business.
Dox't tiE IltfMtfL'GOED with the foolish irlea
that cit irrh cannot be cured ! Tbe world
moves, ;ind medical sc encs is progressive.
The proprietor of Mr. Sage's Catarrh Rt-m-edy
will pay $5n.l reward tor a case of Ca
tarrh wliich lie c.imiot cine Sold by druz
gists. Can tet 't by m til tor .-ixty cents
from Dr. il. . Pierce, of K13 Seneca' strt-et,
Burial , N. Y., who is the sole propri tor
and tue only m mi now living that cau iiake
the (Genuine. Don't forget that the genuine
has Dr. Pierce's private Governu-eat revenue
stamp on each package.
Forx'D at last ! A rern?"1v that not on'y
relieves, but cures -consumption and its nu
merous satelites which revolve around it in
the shape of cuughs, colds, 'ntfue .z bron
chitis, &c. This remedy is Dr. l
lialtamof TI ihl Cherry.
ttll S I
me. So. Ot IVoiit Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON".
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Special Collector ;f Claim'?.
larcfP amtu t of CITY an ! EA T I'O
LAND I'ropprtv fo Sale.
Also, IMPliOVED FARMS, and va'uab'e un
ciiitivit, d LANDS, located in all parts ot
Investme-its in REAL ESTATE a-ul other
PROPERTY made fo corre .onrlent.,.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptiv col
leeted. 1IOCSES and STORES leased.
All kinds o' E.tiauc al aud General Agency
Parties having H1 A R M PUOPERTY for sale
will pi. a e iiirnish descr nt n is of the ame
to the GENTSOE THIS OFFI' E in
ea.di of the pr incipal CI 1 IES a d TO WNS
d' this STAI'E.
From ihe National Elgin YlIiCd.
The at'e-i io'i of w Uch buyers is called to
the i-vprniy-i -1 mer cn 1 1 " '.e-, ma uf.c
t'-ir-d by the Nati-.n d Eltriu ) Waich Com
pany of Elin, 111.
Ladies desiroos of purclia ing a handsome,
s'roni an i correct- '.nie pi:-ei- will fiinl the
elegant w' itrh bearing the trade mark of
'L DY EhGl tf be alt that thev rleire.
Inquire of your jeweler for the LADY EL
G I N.
The trade upon the Pacific coast, simplicd
at f ictorv prices by Lev son I?, o-,i':2'.l Wash
ington sire t, Sin Francisco, wh-i have mi
hand at all times a full supply of all trrad'-s
of movements, andmateritl for repairing
An illustrated pamphlet, entitled "Making
W&tehfs hv Machinery ." by ihe late Albert
D. Ri'diards'"-., will be forwarded tree of
charge bv send ng ad-tress to
NATI N L WTCH COMPANY,
1U and H;l Lake street, C'-ic -co ;
No. 1 ilaiden Line. New York;
Or LKVISON BKOS.
20 Washington st , San Frai.cisco, Gal.
Tin- Viutict or
Califoi uians, as a rub1
granted Aey article 'h
merit is sure to be a fa
ks intriti v..
: he Golde
State. Twelve years ago i KHTSTTEK'S
STOMArll BI I TERS were qnila intro
duced here. Their us s were plainly ..et
forth, and the community was invited to g ve
them a fair trial, as a remedy lor dyspepsia,
biliousness, intermittent and remittent
fevers, general de'dlitv, nervous alfections,
and all the ordinary diseases of the digestive
and secretive organs. They were also re
commended as an appetizing and Invigorat
ing preparation, and a- a preventive ol corn
plai'ds of an epidemic character. Tbe result
may be summed up 5n a few words. A de
mand for the article immediately sprang up,
and has ever since been increasing in a pro
gressive ratio, until HOSTETTER S BIT
TERS have become a leading commercial
staple in the Ca ifornia market, and along
the whole Paciti seaboard, trom Central
America to British Columbia. The con
sumption of the treat, ve- e able ton C and
restorative, n the Paciti - St ites alone, is up
wards of one million hotti.es per vesir and
it popularity overshadows that of every
other medicine, proprit fury or ot'-erwise,
sold en this side of the c- ntlnent. This r'ac;
is so notorious tuat if is like repeating a
recognized trui?m to pu' it n print. Since
the introduction of the BITTERS the de
mand for the adulterated liquors of com
merce has gradually declined, both in the
cit es and at" the mines. The perfect purity
of the h.rt.cle, its restorative and preven ive
properties, and its admirab'e adaptation to
the w ants ot a people too pro ie to exhaust
ive labor of bo y an ! mind, are aopreciated
hv thf mpi :fa ntotession. ann il is pre-
sciibed as a stomachic and alterative t the
exclusion, in a great degree, of all the un
medtcated alcoholic stimi lanis.
Rebecca Dvgrec Lodge No. 3, 1. 0. O. F.
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y EVEXIXGS.
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in O Id Fellows
lialt. Members of the Degree aie invited to
attend. By order of
Williimerte O-iclge o. 15 !. .
Meets every Saturday evening, at tbe ro-a
S.E. corner of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1 5
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By ordr of W. C T.
If von wish the verv best
Cab net Phot' graphs, on nvist call ou
BRADLEY & RULOFSON, 439 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
iUultuoitiaU Lull ye So. 1, A. h.umd
A. Holds its regular rommuni
'ytT cations on the FlrH and Third Sat
in each tsoiith, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2 (Ah of September to the -20th of
March, and 7 o'clock from the 2"th of March
to the 2oth of September. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of W. M,
Origon Lode Vo. 3, I. O. of O.
M-e3 every Thursday even
ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Ha.II. Miir. s eef.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. Bf. G.
Is ahead of anything f the kind. Handy
at:d cbear. Try it. Sold by Drnggisls
i ! i- i! ni does .-Hiij.ly , t n t. . a
short time, h it produces p t f t t Tid per
nia'if nt cures of the worst cases n Ohtrii
N:sid i'atnrrh. and I icitt pny S'oo reir'n-d
for a rate that I cat. m nt cure, "'('old in Hip
head " and Catarrhal Headache ire cured
, wi'h a f-w application :. If you have a di
charge from tbe nose, offensive r utner-w.M-,
I stopping up of the nose at tim-s, partinl
lo-s of the sense of smell, tiisfe or bearine.
eyes watering or weK, teei nui., u ve pain
or preasure iti t!ie bead, vuu may rest assured
that you have Cat irrh. Thousands annually,
without manifesting half of tl e aoove sys
tems, terminate in eonsumptioji and end in
the grave. So disease n so common, more
deceptive or les- und -rstnod by physicians.
I wilt send my pamphlet on Catarrh to anv
address free. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy is
SOLD B MOST DRUGGISTS - IN ALL
PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Price ")() cents Sent br mail, postpaid, on
receipt of !) cents or fm- pack-iges fr two
dollars Beware of eaunt'-feits and worth
liss imitation. See that my private stamp.
which is a positive guarantee of genuineness,
is upon the outside wrapper. Remember
th it this private stamp, issued by the United
States Gov-, rnmem expressly for stamping
my medicin 's, has my portrait, na-ne arid
address, and the word U. S. Certificate of
Genuineness " t ngraveii upon it, and need
not be mi-tiikt-n O .n't. hp sinrltfH hv
trf1Vilor ;ir.rl .ttlim-a c..r.u.-uiiti.i. tl.A.i.....lr...
I ...... ...... i LT. IIIUI ,11 II.
as Dr. Sage ; I am the only man now living
that has tins knowledge and riiit to m inu
facture the genuine Dr. S ide's Catarrh Rem
edy, and I never trivel to seilt:ii- up- icine.
R. V. P1KKCE. M. D ,
ju23m3 183 Seneca stre t. Buff I... .Y.
now to cm;: it.
At the com eneement of the Diarrhtea,
w ich always precede- an attack of the
Choler.i, take a tea.po tiful o!' the Pain Kit-
let- in sugar and water, (.hot, if convenient.)
and then i.ythe Ire lv t'-e stomach and bow
els with the Pain Killer clear. Should the
diarr: ce.i or er .mps cont.nue. repeat the
dose evcy ten or til'teen minutes until the
patient is reliwvd In ox reme. eases two
or more teaspoonftils may be given at a
Tlie 'a in Kd'er, !
has n eqnat: In i se
Complaints, Dvsn tia
it cii' es i one nigh . o
an intornal remedy,
f ('lndera, Su miner
H senterv, Astii ma
;ikin; i: intern .
ano Itathing "witn
I s action is
like m.iiii , w en externally applie to 1.
s ire;, bur if, scahls a d s.yraiii-. Fix- s:ck
h ai ie!ie a d to .I'-iifhc, don't '.'ii t try it
In s o?t, t i a Ptx u.i.mi.
1 )i r t ion- 'iCi' m . u .;-'i ' t
T e Pain Kiiier i- ..m i by ah .; -. r in
I'ricps, 'l cuts, "o cts. anil 1 per otfi
Soilins: Out nt Cost.
UHKITURE AT RSOUGEO
piIE tlNDERSTG N ED DESIRING TO
X close his business, otfeis his entire stock
ot Furniture, lleihi ni Ac, at vfry low
prices, until the'JTHiios ., when the '(-main-i'tg
-toek on hand wiil !. offered at Pu l c
Auction Tertns o' sale Alt su ms u dor
twe: ty d -liars, cash : ir-cr tint amo r t, 3o
days credit, wit: apj.i- ved seeuriiv
All Pi'!"' IIS iriil !! d o l'.ti arc )equ-tel
to call and m -ke i tti i ( -uta e navn,e; t. P-
pi n bavin .
T.re-' t h-
-f n?e v i!
1 1 l.' Li "
S i p,y 111 v-1. V TH AT
MY Y! !
t: oil i e ; r,-e
- - are
'.-.ri ii,'i' on
b of her
V A YLOlt.
ha- ett mybe-1 a d board v.-
or piov ca'io'i, thcrelore all
hereby warned not to tru-t or
my accoun , as I w ill pay no i
contracting. GrO. W.
Aug. Pith, 1S70.
fine stock ot School
Books. Sta ionery and fvery
tbinir usaallv kept i a b ok
st re, direct from l' e East, which he oSfo s to
the public at reduced pii es. St'e nn er
the Toiirt House (riv- me a all and ex
amine my lod- and jo ic s
Oregon Citv Ju e is. Is7(':tf
(Forme ly Arrig"id's,)
Front Street, Portland, O: -g.n.
known House havi
uperi' r accom-
o iatioiis, guarantees emire
f he Hotel t'oa -h will he hi 'itt. -n.i mce
to i vev pas-engers and Oig jae o and
trom the' Hotel, lr- e f cVir e.
OrK e Oregon and California Sta.e Co.
Patronize Home Industry.
pjgj.JER CURLED HAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE
ma k with a N" 1 article of Curled
Hair on Up olsterv work, which will com
p re with any imported article In quality oi
Ip y the highest trice Tor Ma' es and
Tails .if Horses' and Tails of C ws at my
store, corner Front and Salmon streets.
I). MI TZ'iFR,
NO. 121 FRONT STREET,
Aiiot Her Sprin
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENED OUT.
rpiUR IS THE SECOND FtTLL ASD AS
JL sorted stock received this spring.
We beg leave to assure our customers that
wi; will keej our store
And our Goods shall be of
FIRST QUALITY in the MARKET.
Those who have not heretofore dtfalt with
!-s, are r s;ei tfullt invited to cail and ex
mine out goods.
We haiieriire com -titton in prices, a
sortment and qualityi
C- W- POP & CO ,
STOYES, TIN PLATE. SHEET IRON, BR A
ZIE s' OPPEIt, LEAD PI;'E, I : "
PIPE AND FITIINtJS, RUHBEKgio
HOSE. FOICE' AND LIFT
PUMPS ZI'VO, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a sreneral assott ent'of House Fur
Tin, Copp&r, and Sheet
ROOF: NG AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESC :P TION DONE TO
OR ER, AND AT
Also at POPEi S S IOVE ST.. UK yoil
HARDWARE ANT) BASKETS, WOODEN,
V A R i: A X 1) I N 'V R'.', i. A NT E . . N S,
LAMPS A vd OIL. LUCINE AND
N It HIT LAMPS. AL O
PI R A M . ; C L A TO R r-'i
All of ti e alove articles are for sab jat
P i ! 1 CES TO .-s U I T II K T I M ES.
C. "IV. POPE &. CO.
71:lr Oregon City Oregon.
Administrator's Sale of
ToTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Til AT IN
lA pursuanee o! an order .f the County
Oonrt ot Clackamas (.'ounfy, State of Ore
rn, made on the otfi day of .inly, ISTo, in
the matter ol the estate of Chas. Ctitt-ng,
Sen., deceased, the undersigii' d, adminis ra
t r f said estate, will sell at public auction
t. ihe : ighest bi ider the r-al estate h--i-iu-aft'-r
des ribed. suhjci t, to coniirmation by
sai I l onntv Court, on the Slh day of Septem
ber, ls7o, at 1 fi'clock, P. M.,' at the Court.
House door in aid county and State, with
all tlie improvements and the appurtenances
thereunto belonging said real estate situate1
ving and oeing in ."la kanias county. State
of Ot egon, arid describetl as follows to wit :
Co '.mencintr at N E. corner of Cutiihg's
! nat'on laud claim, number 4T sect ns
; nd 3o, in township 4. S. R., 2 E. ;
thence south on east boundary 4o.no chain-,
lo the right batik ol Milk creek. Iy rock il'x
12x12 inches, marked C V2, between 'he
roots ot birje fir tr e five ft-ft in diameter.
Ttience N.(J.j W.oown said creek o.uii chains;
S. rt.V W. " 5. on
" N.a:iW. " " 12.50
" n. '2i w. " " r.oo
" N. (il" W. ' H. U0 "
" N. 2-V W. " " S.oO
N. 81" V. " " 6.50
West " " f .oo
N. si" VT. " 9.o0
N.23W. " ' 4.0O
X.74-W " ' 3 r,0
N. Di E. ' " S.od "
to north b- unda y line of said claim, post set
as witness to true corner, fxi Jink- east on
stdd bonnd.iry line, from wliich an alder tree
lo inches in diameter bears X. 70J E. 10
links, and als an alder tree 12 inches in di
im ter uears S. 4"" E. 7 I i n k Thence tat
on north hound ry line C2 chains to plac.' of
inning, containing lltjacre- more orle.-s.
Aln.-i, twelve i ,t- in tlie t. wu nf Cutt.ngs
vd:i, " ere or ! ss.
Term a and (Conditions of Sole.
Said Real Estate t be sold to the hijjhe t
b d er f r I'. S g id Co n. lie-third paid
d vv :, i iie-lhird n six months tr m Oat- ot
si ad he letoainit g Mie-ihiid in one
year from at - ot side Deed at expense ot
CII AS. CUTTING,
Ariminist atcr bf the Estate ot Chas. Cut
ting, Sen , deceased.
O.egon City- Aug; 12, 1670. 40:v4
iiS A- factory
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLINDS AMD LC0H33
AND M '.ULDINGS OF M L S'ZES.
They will also do TURNING, of every
de-crij tion to order.
With. Neatness and Dispatch!
ALL Wo;;K W AliR NTED.
sho - on th Rive , b ick of A' ke m-n s
St r.-. Oregon itv Oregon
Oregon City, July Iny.tf
JAMES MORB SOS.
Formerly New Columbian,
Comer Front and Morrison Streets,
NOAH & MORRISON,
Free Coach to a ml from tlie House.
July leth, tf
REDINGTCO,, HOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coughin
Some of you can't, and we pity yon.
You have tried every remedy but th
ONE destiued, by its inttiusic :nent, to
supersede ad similar preparations. It
is not surprising you should be reluc
tant to try something else af.cr the niaiiy
experiments you have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the public as a
certain cure ; but
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Ctmgh&j
Ol'Js, Sore Ta-oats, Axthma, IVhooping
Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oreeron have been already benefited by
tbe surprising curatiTe powers of
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their un
We now ad i: ess ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea o! the age. for the healing of all
diseases of the Tlroit and Lu ngs,
assuring you that
PJewell's Pulmofiary Syrup
has cured thousands, and it will cure
YOU, if you trv it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the taste ; sooth
ing, h-a!ing and sti engthening in its
effects; entirely free fr-m all poisonous
or deleterious dru js.aiid perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For Sale by nil Druggists.
REDING'I ON, HOSTETTER k CO.,
ilG and 413 Front street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Which covfirterithj recommended an t'e,
bet prepai tion noxo before the public.
This valuable preparation containing
in a hiffhly concentrated form all the
properties of Jamaica Gingerhas become
one of the most popular domestic reme
dies for all diseases Of the stomach and
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable
to all persons recovering from debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
J f r wi lie it imparts to the system all the
L'h.w and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it is entirely free from
the reactionary eftects that follow the
use of spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for
females who suffer from difficult "men
struation, giving almost immediate re
lief to the spasms that so frequently ac
company that period.
It irive-s immediate belief to JaUsea,
caused by riding m a railroad car, or by
sea sickness, or other causes.
It is also Valuable as an external np
plicat on for Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
ItEDI(JTOX, IIOSTETTEU & CO.,
4 1 ti and 418 Front street, San Francisco.
F I a v o r i n gr F x tracts
AllE THE PERFECTLY PURE ANO
highly c ncentrated Extracts from Fresh
Fruit's, prepared with great care.
Thev i' re put up in superior stvle, and
in n bottle holding TWICE ASMUCII
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
C .rnparing quality and contents, none
other are tie;rl r.o cheap.
Whenever tested on tiikih MEKiTPjthsy
have been ad pted in (ire.'eretice to nil
others, find are now the 1'ANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS ot the Pacilic
MA UK THE ADVANTAGES,
liv purchasing Rtdington's Cohcen
trated Flavoring Extracts, you obtain an
article not only superior in richness and
delicac ot fl ivor to at y o her of a simi
lar n.iture, but. far mote economical, be
cause e: c!i b. ttle holds d"uble the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold. k
IlEDiXuTOX, HOSTKiTER S. CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Would yon escape FEVER AND AGUE,
ar.d preset ve he 1th and v'gor during the
s ckly -easo:i, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT CKED with Chills
and liilious r ever, or have been a victim
to such disease, a d used other so-called
remedies wi bout permanent relief, seek
at once tS:e safest and sui est
by using, according to directions
MASON & POLLARD'S
or, Fever ftnl Agvie Pills. Time has
proved them thnr. ughlv to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or ot er mineral or
chemical. They are exclusively vege
table. Tivy stimulate the functions of
tlie liver. Cone-thm is impossible wh- re
thev are used. They do not deter from
daily labor. l;y a-sisting digestion they
add flesh and u;u cleto the frarre. They
are adapted to all ages and both sexes,
ai-d as a
ill CURE in their im ipieney, thres
fourthsof all diseases incidental to a
mala-ious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small doses they have mieqaal.
For sale bj id; Druggists.
UEDLV'iiTOS, HOSTETTEH & CO.4
The Battle for Life
Which is cntinually going on between
health and disease, has never received
from any medicine such marked and un
mistakable assi-tarice, on the side of
health, as it has from
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
REDISGMW, HOSTETTER A CO.,
415 and 418 Front street, San FranciscOi
AUCTION AXD COMMISSION
A. 15. Hici&iclsoii9
: AUCTIONEER i
Corner of Frcnt and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate. Groceries, GeneralMerchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. RicHakdsox, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Rar and Uundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws; O
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
Jacob STiTzrL. iAY,k? f. UrTOXi
ST IT ZE L & UPTON,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
3f Will attend to the sale and purchase
of Real Estate in all parts of the Citv and
State. Special ettention given to the sale of
Last Portland prnpertj.
Address P. O, Pox 4f!2, Portland. Oregon
STIT2EL A- UPTON,
1 9tf. Ileal Estdfe Brokers.
Harvli oi 187071
Selling off to Close Business,
Aitd no liUMBUO!
Tlae Ewiirc fStocItJ
re .dy-made cl0thing4
c0ts and shoes,
AIcds' Ladies, Misses' and Cbildrens'
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Fairits Gils Lamps,
Wicks, ChimDeys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to he sold
Regardless of Price!
$3. To convince yourself with respect to
this matter, call at the old corner. o
SoutJi of Tope 4' Co.'s Tin Store,
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
The patronsge of tnose desiring iirst Class
Operation, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. Ji. Nitrous Oxyde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Office In Weigant's new b idding, west
side of F'irst street, between Alder and Mof
rison streets, Portland, Oregon.
To Stock Drovers.
THE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE!
Mountains, know ss the " Old Emigrant q
Road, is nnw in splendid order for tbe ac
commodation o' the public. Ti e bridges on
the road have all been thoroughly repaired
md stock drovers will find it i o trouble to
cross the Mountain by this route. Ibereis
tplenty of good water and grass on both
sides of the Mountain, and the distance
across is only 5o miles being the shortest as
well ns the best road oyer the Cascade
will find it to their advantage to travel OTef
thisioute. Toles reasonable.
Cfickamas county, July, 1870:jul6if
16. I f)
Of the BARXUM RESTAURANT,
street, OREGON CITY,
Begs to info-tn the public and his friends
that he has leased the lower part of the
Which he has opened as a o
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT
The table will at all times be supplied with
the best the market aftords.
Orders for suppers and parties will be
promptly attended to.
The standard remedy for Conglm, Ihil
cnia, Sore Throat. IVhooping Cough, Croups
I Aver Complaint, Bronchitis, Bheding t the
Tung, and every affection of the Throat
Lunjrs and Chest including CoxsrMFTiox.
AVi-tBi-'s lialsum does not dry up a
Cough; but loosens it, cleanses the lungs,
a n d a 1 1 a vs i r r i t a t i on , t h u s re mov t w g th e ca v.-e
of the 'complaint. None genuine unless
signed I. Bt'TTS; Prepared by Seth H.Fowle
& Sox, Boston. Sold by Rewxgtgs, Ho.s
tetter & Co., San Francisco, and by dealers
THE MANHATTAN LIFE
Xorth British cmd Mercantile JFtre
E. D. WHITLOW
16tf OREGON CITY, AGENT.