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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1870)
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J QWX AXD pOCXTY.
, gaturday last at the southern tor-
of the rauroau, a iram
Ifl10 1 new Piece of road, which began to
-pjc fire weight, casing the
'ettl and several cars to run oft
KomiTV': V. Fortunately there was
1'"" . ... .TorvvKTrt
done. One baggage
.nil lb uau"o
S V' .1 ihatPMr. ovo
E. Cole haa nis
I I Sddislocated
The wreck was
tiie."u 7 ,..o,d when the iatelli-
VWS U no lr more serious one
trt knh nd, arrived here, which was
'J; n On Monday morning the
lf ocomoiro, Portland, and the hand
nt,T 1 1-" ", aii and basrgage car and
wmct-Ai., -. f,-om the
.' i tiar.illcl with the
IfyJ.IC --- -,. ...v,;i, .o
.! ... r. i l- ti-mf-u iiui
. " p v 1 c t-l ort I an which was
rX., esb -ing drfven into the ground,
ffi. hi hat im.ae.Uato locality is very
aulas the train went over -it the
i ck cVari to sink on one side, whore
4 track m0 , no( t0 be a little
I 'aI Er other, causing the
I V r.Tr , r, with a crash to the
' " , t. n, of about twenty
Si: S t over half buried In the
feet. WJ,jjrin..entv n total wreck. Jlr.
trZ pStly on hand with a
orceof men to remove the sand andas-
L m is not SO M-nutio -- , -
V T f. 11 it carried with it about ouu icei oi
' ALc"acI?. At the time of falling there
.... !... f,,,ir r.ci-SOnS On Uie nam. ..u.
I-'l' Ilodnett, engineer escaped with a
Kdned ankle; Mr. S. II. Hudson, fire-
: ci!.ri,tlT iniured. but not danger-
i. was sligutiy injmt-u. ..0
lv but Mr. It. O. Thomas was injured
J 1 (i,..n tiw others: but no
, wrJ 'seriously than the others ; but no
I ? U for his recovery are entertained.
I ) Tbe brake.siiiaij escaped unhurt by leap-
in-from tlie car. me uje y
i ,n0n Uie main track on ednesday and
I taken to the machiiie shop for repairs.
; Chin Mcsh'. On last Saturday an aged
i mm came into town with his team loaded
I vith produce. A large crowd of boys
f ritbercd around him, hallowing to his
i team to " whoa.' and calling him by the
I name of " Uotchy," at which he became
..in. 'h euraLfed and proposed to chastise
I n,..m iviih his crad. The boys also took
I a hand in the row. A few stones were
I thrown by tli parties, with no damage
I lotie to either party, and the whole was
i finished oil' with a grand melee of chin
I music." The boys should stop tliis. or
I tlify may have serfous trouble with the
? aforesaid gentleman.
J Gkbuax Rki.it'- Frxn.-Mr. J. II. Schram.
President of the committee for the Ger-
man ltelief Fund? says they have collected
1 ami forwarded to tl Goldsmith, of Tor t
1 ,'andthesum of $208, contributed by the
t German citizens ot this place. He wishes
1 ih to extend the thanks of the? Committee
I to the contributors and also to Sheriff
! Myers for the use of the Court House.
I Rksk'skd. Prof. S. I). Tope, who has
' for several years given such general satis
faction as Principal of the Oregon City
- rVtninary, lias, we are sorry to learn, re
i'ij;iied that position to accept more lucra
tive employment in mrue other branch.
May success attend him in m future occu
pation. We have been unable to learn
: vho is to he h:s successor.
I'ki:s)xai.. Onr well-known and cs
, teemed friend 11. (I. Head, at present fore-
nn(i of the Orctjun llrrold, gave us a call
tin li'st Monday morning. He looked
; hearty and clieerlui as i?ftial. He re-
'iiained here for fieveral hours, making
mr sanctum cheerful with his presence,
uuj then returned again to Portland.
Tiiaxks. Two young ladies, Miss Bolds
n:nl Mi.-s MonOlion, of this place, on last
Friday evening, placed upon our table
two .ancers overflowing with rich ice
Cream, for which they hate our siucere
thanks. Mav their future be as crowned
with success and happiness as the saucers
Were full of the delicious luxury.
IIookixo Mi:ix)xs?. On last Wednesday
n farmer drove into town with a load of
ftater melons, and left a boy to watch the
frairon. While he was rone n, party of
fast buys went through his load and car
ried oil' unite a ouantitv of the melons.
The boys should stop this, or they may
get into trouble.
Cau'. We hare received quite a num
ber of calls from young" ladies during the
week, which served very much (o tfheer
"p the otherwise monotonous routine of
Timing office duties. Call again, ladies.
we are always glau to hate visitors, and
fsj ecially those of the fair sex, call on us
U.wr.TtoAn ExcVii-io'N. On Sunday lapt
n excursion train passed through this
place from Portland. From parties pres
s'Tft we learn that a ycry pleasant time was
had. A large party passed up the river
the Paine O.ir to attend r spiritual
camp meeting at'Putteville.
Dr.rxKs.Wc noticed during tSo last
t'fk rpiite a number of drunken persons
laying aroiTdsd !oose on the street. If we
-ronot mistaken, there is an ordinance
prohibiting this. Jf such is the case, we
"'ink for therbenefU of the public it had
ihctter bo enforced.
nKMSvF.n.-Mr3. M. E. White has rc
ajvedhor millinery shop from the old
and to the upper floor of tbe Cliff llouse,
wtc she will be pleased to see all her
l'lu Customers nml ... '1 T! T- , T .111' I . M C : . 1 . "
f I " ". to titan , iii;. ijiii, tic
--roiii m iaur uer wiin meir iiat
onage. Moke Chixamex: We noticed on last
Lailroad, there were two platform cars
loaded with Chinamen tvhirdi wwn
I'Ut to work grading on the road.
' Cufp .Horse Ri-istauraxt. The popular
Proprietor of thS establishment will fur-
a (lay or nipht a Rood snuare meal.
t "P ?! cofftfe or an excellent dish of
t ojrs. Give him a trial.
) Hitk GitArEs. We notice at the store
j OI Mr. A. Lew n 1 . r--n o rw;t c
0reSon grapes. They are the first we
ave SCt'Q i" market, this season.
Good Templar's Festival The Good
"mplars of this place gave another ice
Cream fe8tival in their hall on Saturday
IIomk Ao-ux. Our fellow townsmen
Mr. S. Ackerman and Capt. J. W- Coch
rane arrived home during fte week, the
former from' San Francisco, where he had
been purchasing goods, and the latter
from a tour through the Atlantic Stales.
Cuaxge of. Time. On Tuesday last the
time on the O. C. Railroad was changed
as follows : The up trains leave at 8:30 a.
U . ana -.ow i. vtu v ii u iwtio i-avtr;ii
2:.'iO p. m. anu e: r. 'M. i-u
be closed at 8 a. m., and 2 p. m.
Omission. In our report of the County
Court proceedings last week we omitted
to mention that notice was served on the
proprietors of the buildings now occupied
that they would be vacated at the expira
tion of the present lease.
A Giaxt. Janksvii.k, Wis., August
21. Several days ago. as some laborers
were digging a foundation for a barn on
the grounds of Mr. Stanley, in fhe town
of Janesville, section G, they unearthed a
human skeleton of enormous size. It was
found in a sitting posture, and is in a fair
state of preervation. The skull measured
32i inches in circumference, and the thigh
bones 4-fi inches in length. Dr. Town
drow examined the remains shortly after
they were exhumed, and gave as his opin
ion'lhat when alive he must have been not
less than 11 feet in height. The teeth are
very large, one which the doctor extracted
measuring lj inches in length. The lower
limbs, from the knees to the toes, are pet
rified, the flesh having turned to stone,
and the parts being perfect in shape. Dr
Towndrow offered Mr. Stanley SlO.OUt)
for the remains, which offer was promptly
accepted. The ne ws of the discovery crea
ted quite a sensation iu the neighborhood.
Dr. Towndrow has removed the skeleton
to his home in Xecsho, Dodge County.
He proposes to prepare it for exhibition.
The managers of the Northern Pacific
Railroad determined to build four large
docks at Dulufh, the eastern terminus of
the road, at the head of lake Superior.
The managers have also determined to
erect a magnificent freight and passenger
depots at Duluth, and are now preparing
for available sites.
The Herald says ;
The schooner A. M. Simpson, recently
seized by the Collector of the Sitka Dis
trict, for violation of the revenue laws, has
arrived in the river. She was anchored
near Rtrnie's Landing yesterday, w hen the
Okanagon passed her. She comes here
for adjudication in the U. S. District Court.
The barkentine Jane A. Falkinberr.
Cathcart, master, arrived from Honolulu
last evening, in tow of the steamer Okan
a.aran. She occupied but 14 davs in mak
ing the passage from port to port, being
the fastest time on record. She brings a
full cargo of Island produce, together
with a lot of coral and old-fish.
A young man named Johnson, while
hunting on the lower Calumbia, had the
misfortune to shoot himself through the
right foot. He was taken to Astoria for
medical aid. The wound, though painful,
is not dangerous.
Soni-: jIoutii. For sore mouth,
cither in human beings or animals.
no application is equal to tannin,
which should always be kept 111 the
house for that purpose. A little of
the powder sprinkled on the in-
liamed or sore spots will cure al
Utah has had a shower of liz
ards. Anything for a change,
lirigham says he can get awav
with all such things as lizards, if
he can keep the Eastern ministers
away from there.
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Hev. John
W. Sellwooil, lector. Services on Sunday
at lojjs a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and liible class at 2 m.
1st Congregational Ciiurch Seats Free.
Morning Services, n.i".
Sabbath School; .-.- 12 o'clock M.
Eveuint; Serviced, 7 o'clock.
Rev. E. (Jkiuiy, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening,. 7 o'clock.
M. K. Church Scat
. . .1 (").:)',
Class M'eetinpf following Moininp: Service?.
Prayer Meeting Thurscbtyeveiiinar 7 co'clok.
SabLath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
Rkv. C. W. Tom), Pastor.
If you have a discharge from the
nose, offensive or otherwise, partial loss
of (he sense of smell, taste or hearing,
eyes watering or weak, feel dull and
stupid or debilitated, pain or pressure
in the head, take cold easily, you may
have the Catarrh. Thousands annually
without manifesting half of the above
symptoms terminate in corisn ption and end
in the grave. No disease is so common,
more deceptive or less understood by
physicians. Ii. V. Pierce, M. D. of
Buffalo, N Y., Is the proprietor Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy a perfect Specific
for Catarrh, ''Cold in tbe Head," or
catarrhal headache, which he sends to' any
address, poS. paid, for si:ity cents, or
four packages for 2. Parrrplet serft free.
Sold by druggists-
The Qckstion Settled. Those eminent
men, Dr. Jas. Clark, Physician to tbe Queen
Victoria , and Dr. Hughs Dennett, say that
consumption can be cured. Dr. Wis tar
knew this when he discovered bis-Balsam
ok Wild CiiEisnr, and experience has proved
the correctness of his opinion.
Office, . ?."o. Gl Front Street,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Special Collector cf Claims.
A large amount of CITY and EAST TORT
LAND Property for Sale.
Also, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located iu all parts of
Investments in REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly col
lected. HOUSES and STORES leased.
AH kinds of Financial and General Agency!
Parties having FARM PROPERTY for sale
will plea.-e furnish descriptions of the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each of the principal CITIES and TOWNS
pf this STATE.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The fdllowing are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
icles are selling, in this market :
WHEAT White, bushel, 90$1
OATS 1 bushel. 40 cts.
POTATOES bushel. 40'30 c(s.
ONIONS bushel, SI 00( l 50.
FLOUlt bbl. $5 00(?,S.j 50.
BEANS White. ft).. S(u 1 cts.
DRIED FRUIT Annies, lb- 4J.;
Peaches. lb., lfijc: Plums,
1G cts.; Currants. lb.. 1020 cts.
JJL i 1 Eli lb.. 25cts.
EGGS dozen, 2023 cts.
CHICKENS dozen; $2 50(3 00.
SUGAR Crushed. t If)., 20 cts.; Island
"t fl., 10(7?A2h cts. ; N. O., lb.. 15 cts. ;
San Francisco refined. lb. lG-J cts.
TEA Young Hvson, lb., SI 50 ; Ja
pan, J0cSl 25 ; Black, ft,., 75e.
COFFEE ft).. 22(.25 cts.
saTjT "p, tt.. i.:rcts.
SYRUP Heavy Golden, 3 gall., 90c- 5
Ex. Heavy Golden. f gall., $1 00
BACON Hams, i lb.. 10 cts; Sides,
15 ets. ft).: Shoulders, 10 cts.
LARD lb.. 12,15 ets.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene.? gall.
75 ; Linseed oil. raw, gall-
$1 CO ;
Linseed oil. boiled, f ? trail., $1 CO.
WOOL ft,., 2()22 cts.
BEEF On foot, 7 cts. j lb.
rOKK On foot. C cts. rc) lb.
SHEEP I'er head. $2 002 50.
HIDES Green, ft lb.. 5c. 5 Dry, ft)..
Orkoox City, Ancr. 2-r,th. 1P70.
MESSRS. EVERSON t MIDDLEMISS,
General Agents, and S. M. Iloldredge, Man
ager Oregon and Washington Branch Office
of the New England Mutual Life Insurance
Company : We received on the l'jth inst.
-),000 in behalf of the widow of S.
llosenstein, insured in your company on
November SOth, 18CS. Words cannot ex
press how welcome this money is to the be
reaved widow of Mr. Rosen stein, for it is all
that she has to protect her from actual want.
I shall ever be grateful to your Company for
the promptness and hearty good will with
which this money was paid.
Adnvr of Estate of S. Rosenstein, dee'd.
Ilcbtcca. Degree I-cTge-Ao. 53, I. O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESBA Y E 'EXIXGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend, liy order of K. G.
Willamette Lodge So. O, tio :i
Meets every Saturday evening, at the roorr.s
S.E. corner of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By ordfe-r of W. C. T.
Oregon Lodge No. 3, I. O. or O.'i.
Sls' Meets every Thursday cven
5?ifE ing at 7 o'clock, iu Odd Fellow's
"&:s Hall, Main s cet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
I!y order. A. G.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Corner Front and Morrison Sts.,
17INEST AND LA KG EST HOTEL ON
. the Northwest Coast. The building is a
new brick structure, and furnished in tbe
most elegant style, atlording the very best
accommodations to guests.
Frc Coach and Huggage W'oyontoand from
the Hutxc. "4o:tf
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
IN MYERS" FIRE-PROOF PRICK,
MAIN STREET, ORFCOX CTTV, OREGON".
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
egon, for the county of Clackamas.
Mathcw Merritt i Plaintiff.
Elsy Ann Merritt ) Defendant.
To Defendant, Elsy Ann Merritt.
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OR-
Kon: You are hereby requested to an
pear and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled smt, within ten
"days after the service of this sum
mons upon 3"on, if served in Clackamas
county, or twenty days if served in any
other county in said State, and unless you
appear and answer stud complaint in said
time, or on or before the first day of the
said Court, commencing- next after the ex
piration of six weeks n am the publication
of this summons, to-wit: On. the': Fourth
Monday in Octoha; A. !), 1870, the plaintitf
will apply to' the Court for the relief de
mauded in the complaint, to-wit: A decree
forever dissolving the Ponds of Matiiftiony
existing between von and plaintiff.
Py order of Ho fit. W. W. Upton, Judge of
September ."th 170.
JOHNSON & McCOWN,
Septl0:0w Att'ys for Plaintiff.-
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE COUN
ty assessor of Clackamas County, Oregon,
will attend at the County Clerk's office in
said county, on Monday the 2Gth day of Sep
tember, A. D., 1570, and with the assistance'
of said Clerk will publicly examine the As
sessment Koll and correct all errors in raln-ntions,-
desci iption. or qualities' of lands,
lots or other property. All persona inter
ested will please appear at such time and
Done bv order of the County Court.
Sept. -5 th, lb70.
C. C. GARRETT,
Assessor of Clackamas Co., Oregon.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF TITE
State of Oregon for Clackamas county.
In the matter of the guardianship of Freder
ick S. AHyn, a minor. On this day James
H. Allyn,"the guardian of the abo-e named
minor," appeared and filed a petition repre
pentinfi; that it was necessary to sell the N E
I of the S E 4 of sec. 03 in T. 1 S R 2 E, be
longing to sai-1 minor, m order to educate
and" maintain said minor. Therefore, the
next of kin of the said minor Frederick S.
Allvn, and all other persons interested, are
in the name of the State of Oregon hereby
required to be and appear before the above
named Court at the next regular term there
of, to wit : on the first Monday of October,
1S70, at the Court House in Oregon City,
Clackamas county, Oregon, and show cause
why a license should not be granted to sell
said laud. J..K. WAIT,
JOHNSON & McCOWN,
Attorneys for Guardian.
A YOTD OIJACKS. A victim of carlv in
discretion, causing nervous debility,
nrpmatiii-e deeav. &c. having tried m vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple
means of self-cure, which" be will send free
to his fellow-sufferers. Address J. H. Tt'T
TLE, 7S Nassau st., New York.
New Goods ! New Goods !
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE TUBLIC
that he has refitted the old stand, corner
Main and Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and has
received an entire new stock of goods, con
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES;
CROCKER Y, GLASS Jfll?,
and a general assortment of everything in
our Hue. Thankful for past favors, we still
solicit a share of the public patronage.
Country Prodrtce taken iu exchangc.for
Of the BARNUM RESTAURANT, Main
street, OREGON CITY,
Regs to inform the public and his friends
that he has leased the lower part of the
Which he has opened as a
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
The table will at all times be. supplied with
the best the market allords.
Orders for suppers and parties will be
promptly attended to.
IS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
XXHIERE II E WOULD INVITE II IS
V T friends, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
Mails soscl Caps,
II 3.11 WSII'C.
-'.' Having fron: many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES I N SHAH PROFITS!
JS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Sih-nre the Cry of Portland Prices!
Oregon City, August 28th, 130y.
New Oro Fino Theater !
(Formerly the Wigwam)
SALEM. ORE GO IT.
t-pilK A ROTE PLACE OF AMUSEMENT
JL will be fitted up in a most thorough
manner, both for the Comfort and Conveni
ence of patrons,- and the artistic repiesenta
tiou of the
Legitimate and Sensational Drama !
The. f tage will have all the Modern Im
provements, Properties, and a Company of
UNEXCELLED ABILITY I
Composed of all the Ladies and Gentlemen
of last fC:ison, and a strong acquisition from
San Fraucisco. Among the Favorites will
Mrs. - M. KATES, Miss Annie Pixlcy,
Miss jHiiisiic Pixley, lilrs. K.K. Kt-jicli,
Iilisa Iiitie Indies, itlrssrs. F1. M. Bates,
.T. II. Vinson, Ii. C. Melville, It. Clin
ton, AV. II. Siiiitli, II. Can-old, J. F.
Kiirncy, antl others.
The sen son at Salem will open about the
middle of September,- and
Continue until after the Fair,
DURING WHICH TIM E WILL BE ritOnUCED THE
Legitimate antl Sensational
THE ORO FINO THEATER, PORTLAND,
will open with the above company about the
midd.e of October, for the regular Jb all and
Winter Season of twenty-six weeks.
F.-HI. IJA'I'KS, JMLilliagcr.
BAILE Y, HARDING & CO.,
Successors of L. Diller in the Lincoln
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITI
zens of Oregon City and surrounding
country; that they keep constantly on hand
and for sale; all kinds of
DREAD, CRCKER, ,
CAKES, PASTRY, .
CANDIED AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders prompt!) filled, and goods deliver
ed at the residence of the purchaser when
desired. , .
Ttie highest prices paid fjr Cutter, Eggs
A liberal share of public patronage is re
April 23; ISTOrly
Jacob Stitzfx. James B. Upton.
STITZSL & UPTONj
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Frbnl and
!" Will attend to the sale and purchase
rf.il T-"tnff in nil T)arts of the Citv and
vi i. . . . . i t (
State. Special attention given to the sale of
East Portland property.
Address P. O. Box -4S2, Portland. Oregon.
L'T;T7rt f- I'OTOV
3tf. Ktal Estate Brokers.
m? oat t-phdmt a
THE MEW -FOOD.
1 1 mBijS
For a few cents to:
cf ycur Grccer or Druggist f.
rackagc of SEA MOSS FAKINE,
made froui pure Irish Tfloss, or
Carrageen, wliicli will iiiaio
sixteen quarts ci Blanc Mango,
and a like quartHy cf Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Chariot-to
Russo, &c. It is tho
cheapest, health i est, and most
delicious food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
lias no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! !
?11TZ GREAT WORLD S TCr.'IC.
Tea is v."0254dOS"f-3l vccln'oSc
rcsJor:aS5t i lie fiJscct-;isi-clacr
of (lac iQcIi5c nt2Bl iCiifiS
tutcd. As n o22lc nsnsi crtrd aiil
for llic agctl ri3si Iisngfuul, It
Eira-3 no CQiinl si:Mcrag' f;3or::
aclsacs. As :i rcsi2Ci3y fop Eac?
Hcrvoii.i AveaEisicss o tvIuBcIa
v.vo:2icsa rare cspcciaSy oj-iId'-JecC,
it is stsperscciis-i-j every
KiaJcs, troascai, Ccirnpcmte,
or frigid, it ncls sig n sgecisic
in every species off disopder
vScfi tmilfpasakscn tlSac ?;oiliJy
slressgtla iibuI L're;tSts down tJse
asiisnnl spisils. For sale by
Aug. 20, lS70:ly
C. . POPE & GO-,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, S1IEE F TR0N,r.RA
ZIP S' ( OPPEK, LEAD PIP E, IRON
1'IPE AND FITTINGS, RPKREIl
IIOSK. FOIIC'E AND I.IFT
PUMPS. JNC, COPl'IR,
PR ASS AND IRON
Also a pencral assoit,
ent of House Fur-
JI ANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Copper, and
ROOFING AND .TOURING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORiM R, AND AT
Also at t-OPE'SJ SIOVE; STORE you
HARDWARE AifP RASE ETS, WOODEN,
WARE AM) TINWARE, EA NTEl.'NS,
RAMI'S AM) OIL, LUCINE AND
NKillT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale'at
PRICES TO SUIT TEE TIMES.
C. AV POPE CO.
Oregon City Oregon.
II. C. MYERS.
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
"We also constantly keep on hand
SALEM CASS IME RES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we will sell at the Factory Prices,
and will take wool in exchange.
RTWe will also pav tbe highest price for
Putter, Egg- and all kinds of good country
produce. We will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
merchantable produce. .
r Give u5 a call ana satisfy yourselves.
From the National (Elgin) Watch Co.
The attention of watch-buyers is called to
the improved American, Hratc!tr, manufac
tured by the National (Elgin) Watch Com
pany of Elgin, 111.
Ladies desirous of purcha' ing a handsome,
strong and correct time piece will find the
elerrfuit watch bearing the trade mark of
"LADY ELGIN" to be all that thev desire.
Inquire of your jeweler for the LADY EL
GIN. The trade upon the Pacific coast supplied
at factory prices by Levison Bros,C'29 Wash
ington street, San r rancisco, who have on
hand at all times a full supply of all prrades
of movements, and material lor repairing
the same. : . ......
An illustrated pamphlet, entitled "Making
W&tfhes by Machinery," by the late Albert
D. Richardson, will be forwarded free of
charge bv sending address to
NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY,
159 and 101 Lake street, Chicago ;
No.,1 Maiden Lane, New York ;
Or LEVISON BROS,
ti Washington st., San Francisco, Cal.
HEDINGTOX, IIOSTETTER & CO.
You have tried every remedy but the
ONE destined, by its intrinsic merit, to
supersede all similar preparations. It
is not surprising you should be reluc
tant to try something else after tbe many
experiments yon have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the public as a
certain cure ; but
Kcwcll's Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Cough-",
Co'.J, orr Throat; A dtnw, Whooping
Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have been already benefited by
the surprising curative powers of
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their un
:A We now address ourselves to all who
"are unacquainted with this, the greatest
. .panacea of the are. for the healing of ail
diseases of the Throat ami JLmys,
assuring you that
Newel Ts Puimonary Syrup
has cured thousands, and . it will cure
YOU, if you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to fhe taste ; sooth
ing, healing and strengthening in its
cllvcts entirely free frmi all poisonous
or deleterious drujrs.nnd perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For Sale fry nil Druggists.
REDINGTON, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
41G and 413 Front street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Jl'hich confidently recommend fd as the
beat pr par tlon note Lcfore the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly concentrated f orm all tbe
p r o p e r t i es o f J a m ai c a ( ! i n ger, h a s b eco m e
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;
jffor while it imparts to the system all the
glow and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it is entirely free from
the reactionary eflccts that follow the
use of'spiiits ofatiy kind.
Jt 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 gives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by riding in a railroad car, or by
sea sickness, or other causes.
It is also valuable ns an external ap
plication for Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
UEDISGTO.V, IICSTETTKU CO.;
4.1C and 118 Front street, San Francisco.
F I av o r i n E x t r a c t s
APE THE PERFECTLY PURE AND
highly concentrated Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepared with great care.
Thev ure put up in superior stvle, and
in a bottle holding TWICE AS'MUCII
as tbe ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are nearly so cheap.
Whenever festedon tiieih ri:niTS,they
have been adopted in preference to all
others, and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacific
3E1RK THE ADVANTAGES.
By purchasing Redington's Concen
trated Flavoring Extracts, yon obtain an
article not only superior in richness and
delicacy of flavor to any other of a simi
lar nature, but far more economical, be
cause ei'.ch bottle holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold. k
REDIXGTOS, IIOSTETTER CO.;
Agents fir the Facific Coast.
M. $c P.
Would yon escape FEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor during the
S'ckly season, make occasional use of the
A PREVENTS VE.
If you are ATTACKED with Chills
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, and used other so-called
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at once the safest and surest
using, according to directions
MASON & POLLARD'S
or, Fever and Ague Tills. Time has
proved them thoroughly to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or other mineral or
chemical. Th.y are exclusively A-ege-table.
They stimulate the functions of
the liver. Congestion is impossible where
they are used. They do not deter from
daily labor. l:y a.-sisting digestion tl ey
add flesh and mu-cleto the frarre. They
are-adapted to all ages and both sexes;
and as a"
Will CURE in their incipiency, three
fourths ot all diseases incidental to a
malarious cPnrafe. For Dyspepsia, in
small doses, they have no equal.
For sale by all Druggists.
REDIXGTOX, IIOSTETTEtl & CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
health and disease, has never received
from any medicine such marked and un
mistakable assistance,- on the side of
health, as it has Loin
Newoll's Pulmonary Syrup
REDIXGTO.7, IIOSTETTER CO.,
415 and -lis Front street, San Francisco.
AUCTION AlsD COMMISSION
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Pofttencf.
AUCTION SALES ,
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Merchan
disc and Horses,
Every Wednesday anl Saturday !
A. B. RicirARDsoxy : Auctioneer;
AT PRIVATE SALE,
English refined Par and Bundle lion'
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws; '
Screws, Fiy-pans, sheet iron, R.'g. Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. Riciiakdsox, Auctioneer
Harvest oi 1S70 ! !
Selling ojf to Close Eusincss,
Aiaci sao HUMBUG !
. RE A V Y-HADE CL0TEIKG.-
C6l8 AND SHOES; G
ilebs' Ladies, Misses' and Chilureus'
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chillis eys and Burners I 0
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to he sold
Regardless of Price!
tH, To convince yonr.e!f with rc?pect to'
this matter, call at the old corner.
SoutJi cf Tope $ Co.'- Tin Store,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,"
for the county of Clackamas,
Patiick Dalev, Plaintiff,
Famnel Vv'ixson, defendant.
To Samuel Wixson, the above named de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Ore-,
gou : Yen are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filert against you, in
said Court in tbe above entitled action,' with
in ten days after the service of this sum
mons rporr yon, if served in Clackamas
county, or twenty days 'f servtd iu any other
county in said State. And unless j u so ap
pear and answer said complaint in said time,
or on or before tho first day of the teim of
said Court, commencing next after the expi
ration of six weeks from the publication of
this summons, to-wit :
On the Fourth Monday in Cctol.cr , J-1.Z.,1S70,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the"
relief demanded iu the complaint, to.wit :
Judgment against you, Samuel Wixson. for
$308 10-100, Tn U. S'. gold coin, and interest
thereon sinca the 13th of April, 1809, at ten
per" "ent. per annum, and also for the further
sum cf 80-100, in U. S. geld coin, also
for costs and disbursements of this action.
Ry order of Hon. W. W, Upton, Judge of
JOHNSON & McCOWN.
. . Alfys lor Plaintiff,
Aug- IS, lsrO:wG
FOR THE 3IAN UFA C TOTi Y OF
SASH, BLINDS AND GG6RS,
AND MOULDINGS CF ALL SfZES.
TS Thev will also do TITR"IG nfcvonr
detci iptiou to order,
With Ieatnes3 and JJLspatcIi !
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, back of Ackerman s
Store, Oregon City, Oregon
Oregon City, July cO.-tf
Dr. J, II. HATCH,
The natron a'-'-e of f hosp rloslrinnp J-i-rst. m,t
Operation, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in a!f cases guaranteed.
N. IJ. A ifriits fr'r's nrtmimstpi-wl f,it"ho'
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Offick In Weigant's new baildirig,-west
side of 1-irst street, between Aider ai.eV iler
fison streets, Portland, Oregon. n
AYUat tlie ?Iincrs Siiy of Ilosteitcr's
During the season when the Gold Harvest .
is generally suspended,- and the reapers of
the glittering crop seek the cities to enjoy
themselves, there is,- of course, a good ileal
of conviviality among thi3 enterprising and
hard-working class; but dram drinking is
not carried to the excess that it(Was some
years ago. This may fairly be attributed ta
the growing distaste for raw spirits engen
dered bv the use of IIO.STETTER'S STOM-
ACH BITTERS. This famous stomachic is
in universal favor with the miners. They
take it with them to the interior, and tve it
regularly, . not as a beverage, but as
strength sustaining toic, and an antidote to
the unhealthy- .influences to which they aio
exposed in the localities where they labor
and, on returning to the cities and towns,
they find in its refreshing and invigorating
properties the best safe guard, not only
against the d leases, but against the distipiir
t i on of crowded communities. It isonect
the peculiarities of the preparation that iti
an antidote to inebriety. Jjiose who take i
as an appetizer end invigorant,- aver thfi
thev bare no desire whatever for liquor ct
an v description, and, whatever fan atca may
think to the contrary. HOSTETTEIi'S BIT
TERS is a powerful ally of tbe temperance
ctuse. It is because uninedicarted alcofu I
weakens tbe stomach and the nervous sys
tem by its reaction, that it begets a cravin
for its'elf. It excites, and when the excite
ment passes off, debility ensues, and mora
fuel is needed to renew the artificial fire that
has, so to speak, burnt itself out. lint th
effect of the great vegetable tonic and alter
ative is to invijre-ate the system fcrms
teiitly aud heal ih fully.