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al Estate Crisis.
, few &mtbs ago several persons from
rt.u.c who claim an acquaintance
tl)ij ju.iu , ... . rnltv.or.
the early inwj
purpose of hunting up Joseph
lljtf IUIUC1 li A IIHI.V, ....... .
; heir ) ins vast estate in
Diligent search was
., I- made lor nun, aim uu
i 1 I...
' I 'i the city of St. Louis, an old aud
, r,,id jumper. iuey inioruieu mm oi
death oi "- ""
. .i!:.. ,wt;ite which tliey had left be-
i, l tbein. oft'eriii- to prosecnte the suit
l,in tueia. u'"-" 'o
; , i m i or pay him a reasonable s:
n,,,r. :"2 it Joseph Thomas ku-
, i it would be imp)s.sible for him to pros
hm Hie suit, took them up on the latter
nWitum and made the parties a good
utd and received therefor a sufiicieut
turn to keep him in good circumstances
r ,he remainder ol his days. , Ibe deed
'J,, li'e.l in the County Clerk s omce ot
VuUnoin-tU county, about two weeks
in vid Hie suit to eject the present oc
pQui of the said estate will probably
tl'l ' 1'. 1 it " " f "
.:,.. t(nr r-n n rnui
jJe Uitf wi.h a number credible witnesses
.,I,d documents They s ij thot. Joseph
ti,....vi5 liiai rieti r iiii.;iuein oiiuun-
i a l i ..il. l.
..... c'n'fhf vear Thev lived together
k man and wife for the space
the space of five
v,.:..-i. darinsr which
time Finice was born.
it seems, however, that they did not live
toother happily, and, owing to domestic
trouble, separated, the mother taking the
(t-hUd. ami alter a iftmber of years, in
is7 iinruigrated to Oregon and took up
iiud settled ujn, under the donation law,
that tract of land which now forms a part
of ruiitii Portland.
Joseph Thomas being unsettled and of
n wild and roving disposition, went into
tlio backwoods of Arkansas, as a trapper,
and there lived for a number of years
with Indians. He finally again drifted
kirk to thOivilizedvorld and spending
vmie time as a street beggar and pauper
was finally found as before stated, and
started wfih the parties to whom he sold
his right and title to the estate, for Oregon.
::iid arrived here on last Monday morning,
lie wili appear as a witness in the suit,
lie is unite an old man of medium height,
somewhat crippled, and has evidently
sivn the best, day of his physical being.
Mrs. Caruthers in conversation with her
friends his acknowledged that lier son
was born out of Wedlock ; but these
other parties contend that Finice was
born in tlke second year of their marriage.
Oaite a dtitfero:ii in the two statements.
seems unreasonable to suppose that
Mrs. Caruthers would confess her
f r i lilt
iuid her son s disgrace it thri Statu was
Jiot iipoijjher. The trial will undoiibtedly
bring to liglit some very ititeresting facts
whiih have heretofore been kept a secret.
oM.iny a'jiit with anxiety the decision ol
Hie great approaching trial.
Ax Oltiiaoe. The sonuthern mails
which re due Ktre 0:50 in th.e nicrning
did not arrive here yesterday until in the
afternoon, owing, we understand, to tne
train bavins? to wait at Salem until the
Mieci.d train with thd ' Presidents Car "
kirived thPre. This is very annoying to
the people at larsre, as well as
gers traveling on that road. We
t that the - President ""build
a not li
Then er load for his own special benefit
- President "-Ui
l wilt not oe compelled
to be dragged over the same rails over
which common folks are destined to trave'.
Attkmi'tkd Roi:i;ki:v. Vv'e are informed
that on last Friday evcuing a suspicious
looking charrcter attempted to break into
t!iQouse of Mrs. Dement, but waj fui'.eG
in his attempt, by a watchful dog warni.iff
the itunates of the premises of the pre
face of th.e thief. After playing drunk
for a while, he was made to understand
tl:i,t that was a hard place to steal from,
so he took to his heels and left the place.
Xi:w StDKWAT.K. A new sidewalk has
been built in front of Mr. J. M. Moore's
residence. This is a good improvement,
and it would not be amiss to say that if the
old and worn out sidewalk in several pla
ces in this city were torn up and replaced
by new-Ciunk. it would add very much
to the beauty of the place, as Well as fa
cjllate pedestrians in their travels over the
Pi -lung Snags. Cuff . Aron Vickers of
fhis City, has lately been engaged by the
P. T. Co. in removing snags and other ob
MnicUons in the river from Eugene City
to t!m place. lie says all that is needed
now to make things lovely is a little rain.
Me hope it will soon come and make
things look like business on the river.
0 L.iKGK Ilousi:. "We noticed last Monday
ndhe stable or Willis.v Bioughton, a fine
O looking stallion. lie is a very large, and
powerful animal, and is said to be of very
choice stcck. As a draft horsoWe think
lie is a success. He lias been taken to
the State Fair.
Fukigut. The P. T. Co's steamers
from above come down each trip loaded
the giigrZs with freight ; and we are
Informed that there is such' an accumala
tion of freight on the upper river that all
ihe warehouses are filled to their utmost
Large Trains. The' trains running be
tween Portland and Salem present quite a
fine appearance this week, the locomotives
having in tow fie or six passenger cars.
All of which are usually well crowded
with people weeding their way to the Fair.
I.iviiER. The lumber which was to be
brought here this Week, for the erection of
the uew depot, has not yet come owing to
the nvsh business, on the railroad, this
week. We are informed that it will be
here next monJay.
Cuaxue of Time. The O. & C.R.U. R.
Co. have again changed the time of arri
val and departure ol the trains. "We have
leen unable to learn the time, but can
(;)s?afely say that it is very close to the old
Ecxaway. On last Thursday a team
belonging to Mr. Ferguson wasleft stand
ing and ihey conepxded to take a spin
and to take the wngon with them, of which
.th?y made a total wreck.
o - .
Accident Our young friend Theodere
'Bacon while splitting a stick of wood the
other day, bad th-3 misfortune to let the ax
feiip is to' his foot making a painful wound.
ifUItOPEAX 'V.VR SEVi'S.
Loxoox, Oct. 7. The Masonic Frater
nity ot England have contributed seventy
thousand pounds sterling for the relief . of
the families of German soldiers.
: A great gun lor D'lvry on the south of
Paris, is nearly ready to place in position.
Its range is killometres, and it requires
thirty-four kilogrammes of powder for
Gen. liourbakihas been allowed to re-enter
A Paris correspondent of the London
Times writes that the supply of meats are
fast vanishing ; J5readsu.i!ls are plenty ;
there are also plenty of guns and Ammuni
tion. The question of food begins to be seri
ous and food riots are feared. A club of
men are urging the people on, saying that
the provisions belong lo the people, and
that Paris had no right to take them. Five
thousand beeves and four thousand sheep
are killed daily, which would perhaps be
enough for all if just distribution were
made; but. unfortunately, money buys the
best in quantity and quality, and little or
none is left for the poor. Mauy groceries
have byen closed by the people for raising
All Americans will leave Paris when
Wash bu rue leaves.
Loxoox, Oct. 7. The Empress appeals
to the Powers to prevent the Bombard
ment of Paris or the partition of France.
MAriSKiiJ.us, Oct. 7. Garibaldi has ar-
..: i i
A balloon company oilers to take peo-
i. x- I.. w r.in 9 iin.t franca h...1
. .WJ .
Bismarck complains ot Belgium fey mpa-
plains ot Uelgiuui sympa
thi.ing with France.
Jesuits are leaving Rome.
London, Oct. 7. A cable dispatfh to
the Trrfmue from Metz, says. Bazaiue made
a desperate attempt to crush through the
Prussian lines. He advanced his troops,
under cover of a thick iog, and com
menced the attack. Having engaged the
Prussian artillery, he made a dash lor the
petits and triinde les Tapes, annihilating
(he outposts. Bazaine forwarded a large
body of troops on the right, close to the
Moselle, advancement up the valley until
checked by Prussian cannon, and w'as ti-
nally stopped by the advance ot two
Lundwehr brigades of the 10th army
corps. A fusilier battalion of Landwehr
and several battalions of the Dih regiment
of Lundwehrs suffered severely. , At 4:30
p. m.. the French were driven back from
all their positions. The Prussian victory
was complete. Loss considerable on both
sides. A furious cannonade is going on to
Ofu,KAXS. Oct. 10. The Commander in
chief of the Ijth army corps sends the
following report to the Minister of War,
Garubetta. at Tours :
About 9 o'clock this morning at Arte
nay, where there was a brigade of Lor
gue'le aud several companies of chasseurs,
we were attacked by a considerable force
of the enemy, who succeded in occupying
the place. Gen. Reyau went to the assist
ance of the French forces with live regi
ments and six battalions, and also a but
tery of eight guns. After combating un
til 3 o'clock p. in. our troops were re
pulsed into the lorest, wmcii i retain ami
shall defend at any ,cost. Ihe I'russiaus
Loxoox, Oct. 11. A correspondent of
the Telegraph says that the 1'russians. on
leaving Milhouse, fired on the people, kill
ing and wounding several.
Advices from .Metz to Sunday say that
firing from the works are steadily main
tained. Much sickness prevails. Rinder
pest Las appeared. The I'russiaus took
2.000 prisoners in the encounter. Many
persons were wounded.'
It is stated that Lord Lyons recently
suggested to Bismarck the expediency of
an armistice. Bismarck replied that Prus
sia would be glad to make peace at any
time and any where, but no
looking to a truce would b
for a moment.
Twelve French iron dads passed Dover
to day. boti'-.d eastward.
Garibaldi has exhorted the people of
Nice and Savoy to discontinue agitation at
present, as it does
no good and only em-
harasses the French
" Tucks. Oct. 11 Another body of Prus
sians have arrived here.
London, Oct. Id. King "William has re
lieved Versailles from the payment ot the
100.000 francs which had been levied by
A squad of Prussian -hussars was at
tacked on the night of the 7th, through
the treachery of the inhabitants ot a vil
lage. The village was afterwards burned
by the Prussians as a punishment. Nu
merous bodies of French have since been
Uispersed iu that ne'ghborhood.
LoXDox, Oct. 11. The Germans are
closing in upon Thionville. They have
been largely reinforced, and are receiving
guns from Sfrasbutg. War material is
shipped daily from Liverpool, in large
lots, sn posed to be for F"rauce.
A detachment of the. army of the Crown
Prince, under General Von Detrain, de
feated a portion of the Aimy of the Loire
yesterday, ne.u- Orleans, taking 1,00 priso
ners and three pieces of artillery. The
French tied in disorder. The Prussians
were a second time repulsed at Chattissy,
but rallied, and taking posession of the
place, they set fire to it. It is now in
The French say that the Prussians have
burned several villages on the plains of
The National Guard. 10.000 strong, un
der Gustav Flourens. have demanded of
the Government that Chassepot rifles be
given their, and that a change be made in
the practice of opposing on every battle
field one Frenchman to three Prussians.
The answer was unfavorable, and Flour
ens resigned his command.
Chicago, Oct. 12.-3:20 p. m. A tele
gram to the Evening Post says private dis
patches announces the surrender of Metz
and its garrison to the Prussian forces. ,
LonijOx, Oct. 12. The Times ha.s an ar
ticles going to prove that Bismarck's obvi
ous policy is to render France powerless
for offense or defense hereafter.
Tunis, Oct. 12. The Minister of W; r
publihes the following telegram from Or
leans at a late hour last evening : The
scene of the battle to day was so n nr this
city that balls and shells fell in the out
skirts. The 1'russians are near Gallieu.
Troops sent from Tours to reinferce the
loth corps, formed a junction with that
body near Artenay.
Torres, Oct. 11. The Prussians have
threatened to execute the auihoilties of
Albals, because at that place the French
Tierre.irs surprised the enemy, killed
many, and captured others.
The French Government has given offi
cial notice that a Prusiau prisoner will be
shot for every, person so killed by the
Vkksauxks. Oct. 12. via. Berlin and
London. 13. 1 esterday the trench
ot the Loire was driven out of Orleans
after a nine, hours' tight. Orleans was
subsequently stormed. The Prussians took
up their march with 10,000 prisoners. Their
own loss was small. Bavarians partici
pated in the engagement.
Loxikjx, Got. 12. Prussia i3 negotiating
with the smaller States of Germany for
national unity under Frederick, in place
of the Confederation. The session of the
North. German Parliament w i 1 1 probably
be resumed before the meeting of the
Prussian Diet. The Parliament will be
required, to provide means for war and
adjust certain questions springing from
it. Elections for this body will probably
occur on the 18th 'of October, and those
for deputies in the Prussian Diet eight days
Bncssi-.w. Oct. 13.' Rinderpest is spread
ing, rapidly throughout ..Belgium. Much
alarm exists, not only here, but in Holland
Flokbxck.' Oct: 13. Engineers pay it
will require at least 2 years to prepare
Rome to serve as the Italian capital. The
seat of Government will, therefore remain
at Florence. - ,
Loxnox. Oct. 13. Particulars of the
battle before Me'z on Friday last are re
ceived. The French made a sortie in
force, and after the battle, were driven
back with tremendous loss. The Prus
sians took a great number of prisoners.
Cattle in and around Metz are dying by
hundreds, from rinderpest. The bodies
cannot be burned quick enough to pre
vent the desease from spreading. The dis
ease is spreading rapidly.
A Western paper" tninks that
women "would not make jrood
statesmen. "The question ot the
age" would ahvay s trou them
sTc!y offensive discharge from the nose.
vvitll ..stoI,piair up" of the nose at times,
nf'th ' 11.a f orv,n ,., '
watering or weak eves, impaired hearing, ir
regular appetite, occasional nausea, pressure
air! pain over the eyes, and at times in the
back ot the head, occasional chilly debility
are symptoms which are common to Catarrh,
et all of them are not present in every case.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures Catarrh
in its worst form and stages. It is pleasant
to use and contains no poisonous or caustic
drugs. Sent by mail on receipt of sixtv
eents. Address R. V. Pierce, M. I). , Bulla,
lo, X. Y. A phamphlet sent free. Sold by
A distressing Cough causes the friends of
the sufferer as much pain as the sufleror
himself. Dr. Witars lirfsnm of IVild
Cherry will certainly cure coughs, colds, ar
rest consumption, and that speedily. WLeu
did it ever fail ?
Oftice, '. 61 Front
SAL ESTATE DEALER.
Special Collector of Claims.
A large amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAND Property for Sale.
Als; LMPROVKI) FARMS, aDd valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in all parts of
. the St.-.te.
Investments iu . REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly col
lected. HOUSES aud STORES leased.
At! kinds ot Financial and General Agency
Parties having FARM PROPERTY fur sale
will please furnish descriptions of the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each of the principal CITIES and TOWNS
of this STATE.
$12.50 clear profit per day. 75.00 per ireek.
-J'jOO ( r niiiiitli made easy by any Lady or
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by every family who have them iu use. Is
noiseless, makes the strong and beautiful
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will go TiiRorcii, fiom the finest to the
thickest fabric, jinn and neat, with erne.
Uses all kinds of silk or thread direct Jrom
the fip'xl ; is improved with new self-acting
feed, spring tension, self-guider, and uses
the adjustable .straight nekule, perpendicu
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sesses all the good qualities of the bext high
priced machines condensed, without their
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cates, c.,see tiKSCRiPTiVE pamfhxets, mailed
free. A thorough practical sewing machine
for family ut t. "Tribune." A very strong
and reliable' machine, at a low price. "Stan
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its many late improvements, and sews with
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" Republican," N. Yt Single machines, as
s impies, selected with care, for family use,
with everything complete, sent to any part
of the country per express, packed in strong
wroden box, free, on receipt of price, fo.00.
Safe delivery of goods guaranteed. Forward
cash by registered letter, or P. 0. money or
der, at our risk. Agents wanted, male or
female, everywhere. New pamphlets con
taining extra liberal inducements, sent free.
Address Family Sewing Machine Co.
Office 86 Nassau Street, New York.
This celebrated medicine has won a de
servedly Ivgh reputation as an alleviator of
paiu and a preserver of health. It has tie
come a household remedy, trom the fact that
it gives immediate and permanent relief. It
is a purely vegetable preparation, made from
the best ami purest materials, safe to keep
and to use in every tamny. it is recom
! mended by physicians and persons of all
i classes, and to-day, after a public trial of
thirty years the "average life of man it
i stands unrivalled and unexcelled, spreading
! its usefulness over the wide world. Its large
and increasing sale affords positive evidence
i of its enduring fame. We do not deem it
necessary to say much in its favor as one
small bottle wili do more to convince yon of
its eflicacv than all the advertisements in the
world. Give it one fair trial and you would
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Directions accompany each bottle.
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COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,"
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORrJIA,
Rebecca Degree Lodge So. 3, 1. O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y E 1 rEXIXGS,
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend. By order of N. G.
Willamette tiotlge No. 15 I. O, fc;. T
Meets every Saturdav evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner of Mam and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By ordwr of W. C. T.
e No. 3, I. O. or O. F.
Szzt&f Meets every Thursday even
jgjfe&jS ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
""..llall, ,Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. Gr.
BY AUTHORITY OF A SPECIAL ACT OF
THE LEGISLATURE OF THE Sf ATE
S 1 ,000,000.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF
ihe Mercantile Library Association of
San Francisco, California.
MONDAY, October 31st, 1870.
Tickets of Admission, $5 00 gold coin.
Treasurer The Bank of California.
During the entertainment the sum ot $.j00,
000 LT. S. Gold Coin will be returned to the
Holders of Tickets, by the distribution, by
chance, of the following GIFTS :
1 Gift of . .
1 Gift ot...
1 Gift of
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lo Gifts ?1,'"
f 14,000 "
1 1 ,000 "
C23 Gifts in all...,
The Concert and Distribution will take
place und'-r the immediate direction of the
Board of Trustees of the Mercantile Library
Association, assisted by a Supervisorv Com
mittee selected Iron: State, City and County
officers, and well known citizens of San
ROBERT R SWAIN. President M. L. A.
W. II. L. BARNES, Vice President.
WM. C. U ALSTON, Treasurer.
After paying the expenses of the entertain
ment, and making the distribution of the
Gifts, the balance will be applied to ex
tinguishing the present indebtedness of the
Mercantile Library Association.
Holders of tickets to which gifts may be
awarded, will receive the same on presenta
tion of such tickets or coupons to the Ku.-i-ness
Agents of the Board of Trustees at their
office, No. 3lS California st., San Francisco.
HOLDERS OF TICKETS 10 THE GIFT
Concert in aid ot the Mercantile Library As
sociation, are hereby notified that the Con
ceit is postponed until
Monday, Oct. 3 let, IS70.
Unexpected Interferences have opeiafed
to make this deity necessary to- accomplish
the result of freeing the Library from debt,
without recourse to other privileges granted
by act of the Legislature, passed February
19. 1870. , ... ..- , ,w (. .
This is positively the only postponement
which will be made, The Concert will take
place on the day above named, commencing
at nine o' 'dock, a. m., and to continue until
all the gifts have been awarded.
"The funds already in bank are considerably
t"JSre than sufficient to insure the successful
Completion of the contract with the, pujblic
i. ne saie or iicKcts win positively close on
I riday, the 2Sth day of October, 1870. . .
All tickets remaining unsold at that time
will be Withdrawn from sale and cancelled.
They will be advertised by their numbers, on
the 20th day of October, 1S70, in one or more
of the daily papers of this City. Any dimi
nution thus ln.iae in the number of tickets to
be drawn, will not afl'eet the number or
amount of the gifts. They will be as hereto
fore advertised, to-wit : 62S gifts, amounting
in all to 50o,o00 gold.
Ticket holders residing out of San Fran
cisco will receive duly accredited lists of the
awards of Gifts, which will also be published
in the leading San Francisco daily papers,
on the 1st of November, 1870.
Delivery of gilts will commence November
2d, 1870, at the otlice. No. 31 S California st.,
to all parties presenting tickets to which
gifts have been awarded. All gifts awarded
to non-residents will be held to their order
and for their account.
ROBERT B. SWAIN. Prest. M. L. A.
W H. L. BARNES. Vice President.
W. C. RALSTON, Treasurer.
THOS. R. HAYES, Recording Sec'y.
DAVID WILDER, Corresp. Sec'y.
W.AsHtfritNER.'J. M. McNultt.A. M. Ebbets,
W. E. Woon, Isaac Wokmser, A. P. Elfk.lt,
W. G. Badger, F. B. Reynolds, S. IIubbaro.
Maurice Dore 3c Charles R. Peters,
No. 318 California Street.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
, Corner Front and Morrison Sts.,
M. Keith, Manager.
17INEST AND LARGEST HOTEL OX
. the Northwest, Coast. The building is a
new brick structure, and furnished in the
most elegant style, affording the very best
accommodations to guests.
Free Coach and Baggage Wagon to and from
Orfgox City, Aug. 25th. 170.
MESSRS. EVERSON & MIODI.EMISS,
General Agents, and S. M. Ilotdredge, Man
ager Oregon and Washington Branch Office
of the New England Mutual Life Insurance
Company : We received on the l'Jth inst.
5,0o0 in behalf of the widow of S.
IJosenstein, insured in your company on
November Coth, ISf.S. Words cannot ex
press bow welcome this money is to the be
reaved widow of Mr. Rosenstein, 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
whicli this money was paid.
Am 'r of Estate of S. Rosenstein, dee'd.
AVOID QUACKS. A victim of earlv in
discretion, causing nervous debility,
premature decay, &c, having tiied in vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple
means of self-cure, which he will send free
to his fellow-sufferers. Address J. H. Tt-T-TLE,
7 Nassau st.,. New York'.
SEND TO RUSSELL & EERRY,
JOHNSON &. M'COWN,
FOR THE OREGON
REAL ESTATE GAZETTE
FREE OF GHAIIGE.
Sept. ti tf
Few Goods ! Hew Goods' !
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that he has refitted the old stand,' corner
Ham and Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and has
received an entire new stuck of goods, con
DRY GOODS, GROCEIiiES,
CROCKER Y, GLASS WARE,
and a general assortment of everything in
our line. Tbankiul for past favors, we still
solicit a share, of the public patronage.
Country Produce taken iu exchange for
goods. -. ,.
Of the BARNUM RESTAURANT, Main
street, OREGON CITY,
Beg 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
tile best the market afTords.
Orders for suppers and parties will be
promptly attended to.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
egon, for the county of Clackamas.
Elsy Ann Merritt
To Defendant, Elsv Ann Merritt.
IN THE NAME CF THE STATE OF OR
tgon: You are hereby requested to ap
pear and atiMver the complaint filed ugainsst
you in the above entitled suit, within ten
days after the service of this sum
mons upon you, if served in Clackamas
county, or twenty days if served in any
other county in said State, and unless you
appear and answer said complaint in said
time, or on or before the first daT of the
said Court, commencing next after the ex
piration of six weeks from the publication
of this summons, to-wit: On. the Fourth
JAntdayin CetcJu; A. J)., 1S70, the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the complaint, to-wit: A decree
forever dissolving the Bonds of Matiimony
existing between you and plaintiff.
By order of lion. W. W. Upton, Judge of
September 5th 170
. JO H S.SOX. & McCOWN,
Scptl0:Gw Att'ysfor Plaintiff.
For a few cents you can buy
cf your Grocer or Druggist a
packagedf SEA-MOSS FARINE,
made from pure Irisli Mossy or
Carrageen, vIiidi will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a liko quantity cf Yu(l
(Ilngs, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Kusse, Sec. It is the'
cheapest, healthiest and most
delicious food i:i the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! !
TTIE CJtiEAT WORLD'S TCISIC.
restorative is tlse s5icei-uii-chor
of tSac fcclilc and dc5;ili
talcd. As a 60221c ;::2 I cordial
for the ageel and l:si2fxid, it
tins 110 cqisal asnoisg , slcsra
actiics. As a remedy for fi2ae
nea'X'ons wcalssess to wSsacJi
womcai arc cspecirslly ssslj
jeef, ft is supei'sediaig every
other stira2!ant. la all Cli
mates, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, it acta as a specific
in every species of disorder
wliicla uiideramaies tlae Iiodily
streaigtli and breaks down the
animal spirits. For sale ly
Aug. 20, lS7C:ly
EEDIXGTQ, IIOSTETTEU & CO.
Stop that Coiighin
' Some of you can't, aud we pity you.
You have tried every remedy buttle
ONE destined, by its'intrinic merit, to
supersede sdl similar preparations. It
is not surprising you should be reluc
tant to try something else aficr the many
experiments you have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the public as a
Certain cure ; but
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
is redly the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of ' Cough,
Colds, Sere Throat i Axth nia, IVhobping
Coughs, BroncJtitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon Lave been already benefited by
the surprising curative powers of
NewelTs Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their un
We now address ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea of the age. for the healing of all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
assuring you that
ftlewelTs Pulmonary Syrup
Ins cured thousands, and it will cure
YOU, if you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the taste ; sooth
ing, healing and strengthening in its
effects; entirely free from all poisonous
or deleterious druprs.and perfectly barm
less under all circumstances.
For Sale lay all Druggists.
REUINGTON, HOSTETTEIl & CO.,
410 and 418 Front street, San Francisco.
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OUEGON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
HOOTS & SHOES,
We also constantly keep on band
SALEM CASS IME RES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we will self at the Fa.ctory Prices,
aud will take wool in exchange.
3?"We will also pay the highest price for
Butter, Eggs, and all kinds of good country
produce. We will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o- its equivalent in good
3 Give us a call aud satisfy yourselves.
C. W. POPE St CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA
ZIERS," COPPER, LEAD I'H'E, IRON
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RUI5BER
HOSE. FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS, ZINC, COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general assoitment cf House Fur
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
TvOOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORD.EI;, AND AT
Also at POPE'S S'lOVE STORE you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE. LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. "IV. POPE &" CO.
Oregon City Oregon.
J. R. RALSTON,
r TS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND .
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
"TTHERE HE WOULD INVITE BIS
V y friends, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
ISoots and Slaocs,
Hats sin cl Caps,
ZJ Having from many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SKAIL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS. WILL
Silence the Cry of Poriland Prices!
Oregon City, August 2Sth, 1S69.
ZdiP' It' you wish the .very, best
Cabinet Photographs, you most call on
BRADLEY A- RULOFSON", iZ'd Montgomery
street, Sua Francisco.
"LIMIIMMMII II I ' '
Flav oring Extracts4
ARE THE PERFECTLY PURE AND
highly concectrated Extracts from Fresh.
Fruits, prepared with great care.
Thev are put up in superior style, and
in a bottle bidding TWICE AS MUCH
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are nearly so cheap. p
Whenever tested on their MEiUTS,they
have been adopted ii; preference to all.
otheis. and are: now the STANDARD.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacific'
J JT--1 UK THE A I) YA NTAdEs:
B3' purchasing Rtdingtou's Concen
trated Flavoring Extracts, you obtain an'
article not only superior in richness and.
delicacy of flavor to any ot her of a simi
lar nature, but far more economical, be-,
cause each b-.ttie holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold. k
REDIXGTOX, IIOSTE1 TEH & CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coa.st.'
O A! LEY, HARDS & CO.,'
Successors of L. Diller in the Lincoln
1)EG LEAYE TO IM-OKAl 'iilfc Clii-.
) zeus of Oregon City and surrounding
country, that they keep constantly on baud
and tor sale, all liinds 01
BREAD, CR CKER,
CANDIEs AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, aud goods deliver
ed at the residence of the pui chaser when
The highest prices paid for Butter, Eggs
and Vegetables. . ;: ... .
A liberal . s-bare of public patronage is re
April 23, lSTo.Iy
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
o . 0 o '
IN MYERS" FIRE-PROOF BRICK,
MAIN" $T K EET, CItrCOX CITY, OK EG OX.
Would yon escape FEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor during ihe
s.ckly season, make occasional use of the
: If you are ATT CKED with Chil's
and Bilious Fever, or'have been a vicfirfr O
to such disease, ar.d used other so-called
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at once the safest and surest
by usingr accoi ding to directions q
MASON & POLLARD'S
or. Fever and Ague Pills. Time has
proved them thoroughly to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. Tin y
contuin no mercury or other mineral or
cheiuical. They are exclusively vege
table. They stimulate the functions of
theliver. Congestion isimpossible w litre
they are used. They do not deter from
daily labor, by assisting digcst?tn tbej'
add flesh and muscle to the frarre. They
are adapted to all ages and both sexes,
ai-d as a
Will CURE in their incipiency, three
fourths ot all diseases incidental to a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, iu
small doses, they have no equal.
For sale fcy al! Druggists.
itEDlNGTON." HOSTETTEIl & CO.,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Am IS.' RieSaardsoia,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland .
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Merchan
' : . , j ir . , ..
Every Wednesday and Saturday
K. B. HicHARDsoN, Auctioneer."
. t; AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
Englisli Squar and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, piles, Rasps, saws ; , . , , ,
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G. Iron ;
also : v
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
Harvest of 1870 L!
SclUnyoiflo Close Ihtsmcss,
Aiid no HUMBUG !
TSae Eiilire Stock!
DRY GOODS. J
IC0TS AND SHOES;
liens' Ladies, Misses' and Childrens'
HATS AND CAFS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps; .
Wicks, CLinmeys and BuraerPj
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc. ,
Has got to he sold
Regardless of Prior y
t To corvmce yourself with fe cct to
this waiter, call at the old corner, A
Soutli ofTpe Sf Co.'s Ti't 7 ,to'rc
Ore sen. City