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snke- ' :U1J tea inch?. It was raise,
of f,r f0t, lire onJ'Vench Prairie, and
ullr.'1""1, ,t,U . had ra sed
ec3TC. .l; a foot and a half longer
VSTthe one brought to us. Deat this
0rs Acnox. Some time during
J?'tnS a S,ieC? a(,3Ceudt'd one
Vtb. rid"' uf tl,e bluff' arid WaS dbCV"
, (hero on Thursday morning Tom.
r Jnn-merv a half-breed went to the
Mnn T he 1P by climbing down
r'f 'St was with scarcely room to move
i'r, -tUed a line around its body, and
i !,' assistance of others, landed him
, ilitci. Tom. was determined to
ft" 1.U nmtton but not. howe Vr. with-
.....i-intr two of his lingers.iind cousid-
I SbJy bruiSns one of his hands. O
.;pkrance Meetixo. A large
tterawo meeting was neiu at me .ueuio-,-.i
Prrh last night, which consisted of
VmuMC and speaking by a number ofladies
nd centleinen. ii was .iuvrineu i.
tare b'-i'n at the new co;irt room, but the
.mbki"-e of people was ao large that it
n.'ceary to have a more spacious
bnit.lin" and" therefore it was held in the
M,'tfiolfst church. At a late hour the
Lirtin., adjotirned. and all were very
much pleased with the evening's entertain
ment. TiteT.eVy. At the October To?m of the
County Court the tax levy for the 1870
was for county purposes b mills; tor
chool purposes 2 mills; for State purpo
fl.( r,k mills; making a total 154 rmlls.
TH i"' ?air! to be an exceedingly high as:
st.ment of tax a the present assessor
J,,a,le his assessment double above that of
Lively. Our usT.alty quiet town pre
sents quite a T.Vely alYeaVa'nce this 'week,
owing to the convening of the Grand
bodjreof I. O. G- T. Hotels are crowded
to overflowing and it is with difficulty
t!ut thy strangers can find places of
imitcirg although a great many find places
Of Temporary abode with private families.
Soci.vm.K. A sociable was giveri al ike
hidence of ChaS.Pope. Esq., on last Tues
day evening, on wjttich occasion Miss
pope, pianist, assisted by several others,
enlivened the occasion with sonie vOry
sweet, nmsic. We are informed" that a
rerv nleasant time was had. It was
for the benefit of the Church.
New Bridge. We
notice that the con
Ir.ictor? for building a bridge over the
t-mcthy Creelc, are tearing away the old
one to m ike room for the new3, which is to
be built immediately. This is very gra'i
fvin0' to the traveling public as the old
tine had ttecotrie very rickety and was
R emoved. The lower story of the Odd
Fellow's building, has been urn ted to the
rgunty, to be used as a court room, and
after f-su miry improvements being made,
was moved into and occupied by the same
ha Tuesday last. It is a niuclt better room
ih in the one forniely used for that pur-
ATAinr. Quite a jit lie excitement
was caused on last Wednesday, by the
Igniting of the sdbt in one of the flues in
the ?aloon kept by John Gai'rot. Ilose Co.
No. 1 was promptly at the scene, but fortun
ately its services were not required, aS the
Conflagration was all extinguished.
QAcc'irtExf: We leafii that on last Wed
nesday riig'ht, a wagoii in the lower end
rJf town was capsized. There were Pcve
ii persons in the wigon at the lime, and
hrtitjiig the number was .Miss Annie Welch.
Wild hati. the misfortune to have one of
her arrifs broken by the fall.
CoMi'iiRTKfj. "The large granary adjoin
ing the Iiripe'rial Mill i3 about completed,
making the mill look very niuch larger
thn formerly. We venture to say that
this is the largest granary in .the State
and its capacity for holding grain is enor-
rKnsoxAi.. Mr. D. C". M. GaVret, for
merly editor of the Dallas LspubUcan.
who is now attending the Grahfl Lodge of
Good Templws. at this place, gave IU a
friendly call on Tuesday last. Vre are
always happy to receive calls ffoirt our
RKi.K;i?u s--Bishop Morris will preach
in Sts Paul's Episcopal Church in thi
city on Sunday next Oct 23d..at the reg
ular hours of morning arid evening ser
vices. The Apostolic Rite of Confirma-
ion will also be admmiseticd.
nGiiAxo Lodge. The Grand iro'dsre r?f
I. O. G. T.. has been in session at this
place in the Odd Fellows' hall. The at
tendance has been very large. Among
O the members in attendance we not.ee a
number of familiar faces.
Information Wanted. Postmaster Ba
con has receiver! a letter enquiring for
J!oV. Dixon, GA large estate has been
left him in the East. Any "information
concerning him will be thankfully received
by MrO Bacon. Q
Steamer Senator. This steamer is
now receiving her machinery, and we are
informed will resume her place on the
route between this city and Portland in
the course of a week or two.
Circuit Cocrt. The Circuit Court for
this County meets at this place on Mon
day next. The term will undoubtedly be
a short one. as there appears to be but lit
tlg) business before it.
Change of Time. The time of arrival
anP departure of trains has again been
changed. We bgye jiot yet been- able to
karo the time.
New Adveutiskmkxt. The Cosmopol
itan hotel at Tortland, Oregon, ha3
been thoroughly renovated and re-furnished
and is a first-class house. It will
be kept on the European plan. The
camea of the proprietors alone will insure
it success. See advertisement in another
Paixftl. We are sorry to learn that
our friend Mr. Cornelius Rinearson had
the misfortune to cut off one of his large
toes, the other day, with an ax.
Ordered Patd. At the last term of the
County Court, bills to the amount of
$1,18G 08, were audited and ordered
paid. "How's that for high," tax payers?
Oar Regular Correonclence.
Salem, Oct. 20, 1S70.
The State Fair was brought to a close
on Saturday, or more properly Friday
night last. A general feeling of disgust
is expressed about the intolerable dust on
the grounds of the society, which, being
once raised into the atmosphere remained
there, being buoyed up lrom the volume
continually coming from below. This
dust business, during the two or three
last days was so prominent and monop
olizing as to almost make the exhibition a
nuisance. To give your readers an idea
of what intensity the nuisance had be
come, imagine a dense log within a cir
cumference of two or three miles, hang
ing like a pall over a doomed spot which
the rays of the burning sun could pene
trate with this defference, that this fog
was dust instead of moisture. We would
not like to pay the losses to nice clothing
which the visitor were obliged to sustain
Numerous water-cart sprinklers could
have abated the nuisance. Let this be
attended to hereafter
The following ofiicers were elected by
majorities ranging from two-thirds to a
unanimous vote, for 1S70-1 :
President Daniel Clark.
Vice Presidents T. M. Ward, M. Wil-
Secretary E. M. Waite.
Tresurer J. II. Moore.
Board of Managers D. C. Stewart, G.
J. Basket, A. J. Duter, ALueilling.
On Thursday a trotting match came off
for Oregon bred colts and fillies, 3 years
old, mile heats, beat two in three. $00
1st premium ; $30 2d premium. J. J.
Welch named b. in. '"Alice Jones ;" G.
Noble named bn. h. "lledshot II. G.
Iladley named g. g. '"Jim."' The mare
won the first premium in 3:11.1, '-Redshot"
coiuiug the second.
Of three year olds which came up for the
running race which followed, G. J. Bas
ket's colt, "Dixie," won it in 1:51 J.
The two-mile trotting heats for three
horses of $75. 00 and $25. were won
by J. J. Welch's -Richmond'' in 0:22,
5:42j and 5:i0. Considerable growling
occurred among those who lost on the last
race. No one seemed to be to blame and
everything went along lovely.
On Friday the running race of lhe
Fair came btl" at 2 o'clock, r. sr. two-mile
heats, two in three, free to all for a purse
of $100. W. C SeoersdnS, named s. h.
'Jack Miner-' J. G. Basket, named b. h
-Dixie' E. Rixford, named "Buckskin,"
and J. Las'vlleg, nanied Gray-hound,'
which was won by "Buckskin," in 1:52.
colt i'R em tor.
Tut Smith, of Portland, offered Cne
premium of $75 for the best "Pathfinder'
colt and $00 for the second best. The
first Premium was awarded to F. X
Mather and the Second one td Thomas
Iri the match for untried horses, for
purses of $10, $10, arid $5, offered by the
Society. C. Xeal named bn. f. '-Fly,"
three year-old Fly-by-Night. II. G. Ilad
ley named a three year old gelding'. F
X. MJathev, nanied b. f. "Lady Franklin,"
a three-year-old Fly-by- Night. Fly won
the first, -Lady Franklin" the second and
Iladley s colt the. third premium.
The display of Cattle was not so great
this year as was expected and we are sat
isfied that some of the finest stock in the
Stale was kept at home. There were.
bovveVer some fine specimens of Durham
and Devon stock on exhibition.
The first premium for the "most grace
ful and accomplished lady" was awarded
to Miss Sophia M. Thorp, of Tafrihill
County, and the second, $10, to Mrs.
Nixon, of Albany.
The receipts, from all sources, will be
between $12,000 and $13,000. which is
ft gratifying result to all concerned.
Your correspondent had expected 16
-et a partial list of the premiums awarded
fb exhibitors by the various committee's
In time for this issue ef the Enterprise;
Imt finds' it cut of the nncstion. The full
list will make ivra. pagte of the Enter
prise and the books are nnw in the hands
of several clerks who are instructed to
furnish the in,fo'rmation to the press as
fast as finished:
Tuk ' Learned Yin ?: in TBorctJ! Ag.vix.
From our Salem exchanges we learn
that Dennis O'Meara. Alias " Jimmy." has
again got himself into trouble, and. in all
probabilities, a " black eye"' for his temer
ity. It seems that "DinnV' had slandered
Mr. Patterson, of the Oregon Herald, and
the latter called him to account therefor,
and would have punished him severely
had not other parties interfered. We
should think. "Dinnis" the bit of a
schrape yees got into with Misther Beachy
t hin that gintleman sphat in ye face for
the blackguardin' of him f hich ye did
f hould have learned yees better than to
have thried the same thing on a sicond
time. But. bedad. the onld man sames to
have tould the truth fhin he said yees
niver'd learn anything sinsible the more
the pity for yees. Mountain Democrat.
Xearly one-half the type-setting
on the Paris literary papers is done
wa2 V P'f Pal) Church, the Rev. John
vv . bellwood, rector. Services on Sunday
xK ,A- f- and 7 p-M- Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m. 1
1st Congregational Church Seats Free.
Morning Services, 10.45.
Sabbath School, 12 o'clock M.
Lvening Services 7 o'clock.
Lev. E. Gekry, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening, ...5 oclock
Tuesday evening, 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church; Seats Free.
Morning Services,. 10.30,
' Evening Sei vices, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Morning Services.
Prayer Meeting Thursday evening 7 co'clok.
Sabfeath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
Rev. C. W. Tojd. Pastor.
At the residence of the bride's father, (W.
II. Rees) near Btitteville, Marion County,
Oregon. Oct. 9th, 1S70, by Rev. J. II. Allyn,
Mr. John S. Clark of Union County, and
Mis-? Anna Rees.
Tl e Five Dollar Sewing Machine pur
chased by me, January, 1S;, from the Fam
ily Sewiiiir Machine Company, 80 Nassau
street, N. Y. , has been in almost constant
ue ever sin e. It has not been out ot order
once, lias cost nothing for repairs, and I
find it simple and reliable in operation, and
always read- to sew. Those friends of mine
who use them w'rtb the new improvements
are very much pleased. The one 1 have I
would not part w itb.
MPS. A NX W. CUTIIBUKT,
423 We-t Sfith Street, New York.
AVIstar'st Jtalsnm of Vil Clierry.
This medicine is "a combinrtion of form
indeed" for healing and curing all the ills
which afR.ct ns in t lie .shape of coughs, colds.
and iniiamution of the throat lungs and
Blessed are they who seek relief from
" Liver Complaint," Billioosnes," severe
lingering Coushs and Bronchitis, bv using
Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext. or GolJen medical Dis
covery, for they shall be lumpy in knowing
that ihe cure is complete. 1,000 reward is
offered by the propiietor for a medicine that
will equal it in the cure of all the diseases
for which it is reccommended. For Consti
pation of the bowels and as a blood purifier,
for the cure of Pimples and Blotches on the
face, Salt Cheum, Erysipelas, aed all skin
and Scrofulous diseases, this medicine is un
equalled. Sold by druggists.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Special Collector of Claims.
A large amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAND Property for Sale.
Also, IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable nn-
ciutivated LA.N Db, located in all parts of
Investments in REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY, made for correspondent.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly col
HOUSES and STORES leased.
All kinds of Financial and General Agency
Parties having FARM PROPERTY for sale
will please furnish descriptions of the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, iu
each of the principal CITIES and TOWNS
ot tins STATE.
12.50 dear profit per day. 75.00 ptr icetk.
"00 jh r month made easy by any Lady or
Gentleman introducing this Genuine and
Oki3inal Old Favouitk. Wish its many
trin and practical additions, making the most
complete combination, of valuable and useful
improvements ever effected in any one ma
chine. The eiiibodiint nt of extreme sim
plicity; efficiency and utility, entirely differ
ent iri model and design from any low priced
machine. It iS the most serviceable.elegant
and reliable Family Sewing Machine ever
invented, gives perfect satisfaction wherever
introduced. Has received Premiums. Stood
the test of 10 years; and is fully approved of
by every family who have them in use. Is
noixele.8, makes the strong and beautiful
Elastic Lock Sticii, with wonderful rapid
ity and certainty. Sews anything a -needle
will go through, f i oin the finest to the
thickest fabric, firm and neat, with ease.
Uses all kinds of silk or thread direct JronX
the ."pool ; is improved with new sell-acting
feed, spring tension, self-guider, and uses
the adjustable straight nekdle, perpendicu
lar motion, with powerful lever at tion. Pos
sesses all the good qualities of lhe bext high
priced machines condensed, ffithout their
complications Or fault. Samples of sewing
sent free on receipt of stamn For certifi
cates, Ac, see descriptive pamtii lets, mailed
free. A thorough practical sewing machine
for family use. "Tribune." A very s-trong
and reliable mftchine.-at a law price. "Stan
dard. This beautiful sewing machine is
one of the most ingenious pieces of mechan
ism ever ir.veifted.-"Demqcrat," Oa. Worth
many times its cost to any family. " N. Y.
Weekly." It is quite a new machine with
its many late improvements, and sews with
astonishing ease, rapidity and neatness.
"Republican, r.i: feingle machines, al
samples,- st-lectcd with care, for family usrc,'
With everything complete, sent to any part
of the cotiutr- per express, packed in strong
wooden box, free, on receipt of price. 5.00.
Safe delivery of goods guaranteed. Forward
cash by registered letter; cr P. O: money or
der, at our risk: Agents wanted; male or
female; everywhere. New pamphlets con
taining extra liberal inducements, seutfree.
Addres?. FamIly Sewing Machine Co.
Office 80 Nassau Stref.t, New York;
This celebrntrd medxine has won a de
servedly h gh reputation as an alleviator of
pain and a preserver of heabh. It has be
come a household remedy, lrom the fact that
it gives immediate and permanent relief. It
is a purely vegetable preparation, made from
the best and purest materials, safe to keep
and to use in every family. It is recom
mended bv physicians and persons of all
classes," and to-day, after a public trial of
thirty vears the "average life of man it
stands unrivalled and unexcelled, spreading
its usefulness over the wide world. Its large
and increasing sale affords positive evidence
of its enduring fame. We do not deem it
necessary to say much in its favor as one
small bottle will "do more to convince you of
its efficacv than all the advertisements in the
world. Give it one fair trial and you would
not be without it for ten time its cost.
Directions accompany eacli bottle.
Sold b all drusraists.
Price 23 eta., 5CTcts., and f 1 pcx bottle.
Rebecca Degree Jjoilge Xo. JS, ! O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend. By order of - C.
"Willamette Lcdse Xo. 151. O, O;. T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the roonis
S.K. corner ot Main and r ittn streets, ai t i-jj
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By ordwr of W C. T.
Oregon Lodge No. 3, I. O. of O. F.
jre-SSfe. Meets every Thursday even
fti ir.g at 7 o'clock, ia Odd Fellow's
nrX ua'd, Main s ect.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. .
DY AUTHORITY OF A SPECIAL ,CT OF
THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE
S 1 ,000,000-
GRAND GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF
the Mercantile Library Association of
Sun Francisco, California.
HON DAY, October Gist, 1370.
Tickets of Admission, $5.00 gold coin.
Treasurer The Bank of California.
During the enterta:nment the sum of" $500,
000 U. S. Gold Coin will be returned to the
Holders of Tickets, by th distribution, by
chance, of the following GIFTS :
1 Gift of
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10 Gifts 1,000 each. ,
It), 000 "
:; 1 o,o00 "
. 15,000 "
. .- 14,000 "
. 3,000 "
. 12.000 "
. 1 1 ,000 "
. 10,000 "
. . 7,000 "
. . 1 0,001) "
. . 15,000 '
.. 10,000 "
.. 12,000 "
. . 15,000 "
. . 10,ooo "
. . 42,500 "
1 .ju each
;5o Gi ts,
023 Gifts in all.
The Concert and Distribution will take
place undr the immediate direction of the
Hoard ot lru.-tees ot the Mercantile Librai
Association, assisted by a Supervisory Con
mittee selected from State, City and Countv
onicers, ami well Known citizens ot ban
ROBERT B. SWAIN. President M. L. A
V. II. L. BARNES, Yice President.
WM. C. RALSTON. 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
Muicantile Library Association.
Holders of tickets to which gifts may be
awarded, will receive t!:e same on presenta
tion of such tickets or coupons to the Rusi
ness Agents of the Board of Trustees at their
office, No. 313 California st., San Francisco
HOLDERS OF TICKETS 10 THE GIFT
Concert in aid ot the Mercantile Library As
sociation, are hereby notified that the Qou
cert is postponed until
Monday, Oct. SSst, S 870.
Unexpected interferences have opeiat
to make this delay necessary to accomplish
the result ot treeing the Libravy from debt
wi hout recour.-e to other privileges granted
by act of the Legislature, passed February
This is positively the only postponement
which will be made, The Concert will take
place on the day. above nanied, commencing
at nine o'clock, a. m., and to continue until
all the jrifts have been awarded.
The funds already in bank are considerably
more than sufficient to insure the sucecs-ful
comoletion of the contract with the public
The sale of tickets will positively close on
Friday, the 2oth day r.l October, lb.O.
All tickets remaining unsold at that time
will be withdrawn from sale and cancelled
They will be advertised bv their numbers, on
the 29th davof October, 1670, in one or more
of the daily papers of this c.tv. Any dinn
notion thus made in the number of tickets to
be drawn, will not affect the number or
amount of the gifts. They will be as hereto
fore advertised, to-wit : 028 gifts, amounting
in all to 000,000 gold.
Ticket holders residing out of San Fran
Cisco will receive duly accredited lists of the
awards of Gifts, which wilt also be published
in the loading ban b rancisco daily papers
on the 1st ot November, 1S0.
Delivery of gifts will commence November
!. 1S70, at the oltice, rvo. .518 California st
tfi all parties presentmsr tickets to whicl
sifts have been awarded. All gifts awarded
to non-residents will ue held to their order
and for their account.
ROBERT R. SV.'AIN, Brest, M. L. A.
V H. L. BARNES. Yice President.
Wr. C. RALSTON, Treasurer.
TIIOS. R. HAYES, Recording Fec'y.
DAY1D WILDER, Corresp. Scc'v.
W.AsiiBur'.NER,.!. M. McNulty.A. M. Ebbets,
W. E. Woon, IsiAC Wokmser, A. P. Elff.lt,
W. G. Badger, . B. Reynolds, S. Hueb'ard.
Maurice Core & Charles K. Peters,
No. 313 California Street.
Sept. 10: m2
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Cottier Front and Morrison Sts..
PORTLAND. .................. OREGON.
Til. Keiths Manager.
TlNEST AND' LARGEST HOTEL ON
; the Northwest Coast. The building is a
new brick structure, and furnished in the
most elegant stde, affording the very best
accommodations to guests.
Free Conch and Baggage Wagon to and from
the Muc. 43:tf
Ortrcox City, Au'cr. 2rl,h. l7n.
MESSRS. EVERSOX A- MTDDLEM ISS
General Agents, and S. M. Iloldredce. Man
ager Oregon and Washington Branch Office
of the New England M utual Life Insurance
Oorapany : receiveu on tne iatn insi
$5,000 in behalf of the widow of S
Rosenstein, insured in your company on
November 3oth, 1 Sn-.. Woids cannot ex
press bow welcome this money is to the be
reaved widow of Mr. Rosenstein, for it is all
that she has to protect her from actual want.
I shall ever be grateful to your Company for
the promptness and nearly good will with
which tbis money was paid.
Ani'r of Estate of S. Rosenstein, dte'd.
VOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
iscretion, causing nervous dtbilitv
premature decay, &.C., having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple
means of self-cure, which be will send frpe
to his fellow-sufferers. Address J. U. TCT
TLE, 78 Nassau st., New York.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY
SEND TO RUSSELL & FERRY,
JOHNSON & M'COWN,
FOR THE OREGON
REAL ESTATE GAZETTE
FREE OF CHARGE.
Sept. 0 tf
New Goods ! New Goods !
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that he has refitted the old stand, corner
Ma:n and Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and has
received an entire new stock of goods, con
n li v a o od$, gro ceiue s,
CR O CKL'R r, G LASS I VA li U,
and a general assortment of everything in
our line. Thankful for past favors, we still
solicit a share of the public patronage.
country rruduce uxeu m exchange ior
Of the BARNUM RESTAURANT, Main
street, OREGON GU Y,
Beg to inform the public and his fiends
tiiat he has leased the lower part 01 the
Which he has opened &?. a
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
The table will at all times be supplied with
the best the market affords.
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.
Mathew Merritt . 1 riaiutiff.
Elsy Ann Merritt ) Defendant.
To Defendant, Elsv Ann Merritt.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OR
tccon: You arc beiebv requested to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed against j
you in tt.e aoove entitled suit, wittun ten 1
days after the service of this sum- i
nions upon you, if served in Clackamas
county, or twent- days if served in any
other county in said State, and unless you
appear and answer said complaint in said
time, or oh or before the first day of the
said Court, commencing next after the ex
piration of si weeks from the publication
of this summons, to-wit: On, the Fourth
Monday in October, A. I)-, 187, 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 3-011 and plaintiff.
By order of Hon. W. W. Upton, Judge of
Seoteniber atti 170
JOHNSON. A- M COWN, . .
Sertl0:Cw Att'ys for Plaintiff;
THE HEW FOOD,
For a few cents yon can liny
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FAI1INE,
made from xiurc Irisli Moss, or
Carrageen, wliicli will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantitv of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Ilusse, &e. It is the
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change 1 1
TUB GKEAT YOZirri'3
rcsJoratsvc tSac sluoel-ti'
chor of t3iG iTeciljJe and clcsii
tat eel. As a toaic aisil corslial
for llic aged and laagutd, it
ncrvons -weasiiicss to wfeicti
Avonicn are especially sub
ject, it is SMperscdasag every
other stiaiaalaat. In till Ctk
traates, tropical, tesaperatc,
or fa'igid, it act's as a sjpecsfic
in every speese of tlascrdcr
v.IsscEi lanileresiiacs EjJG t?odiIy
strengtlt and bacaks lovsn tlie
animal spirits. For sale by
ig&mm Mm!- tefeir-:
RED1NGTON, HOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coughing !
Some of you can't, and we pity yon.
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 the many
experiments you have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the public as a
certain cure; but
PewelPs Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of CoiigJm,
Colds, Sorts ThroatSf Atthma, Whooping
C'ofghs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have been already benefited fry
the surprising curative powers of
Hewell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their im
Qualified annrobat on.
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 Tin-out mill JL.ungn,
assuring you that
Jewell's Pulmonary Syrup
has 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 dcugs.and perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
F'or Sale tty nil Druggists.
REDINGTON, HOSTETTER & CO.,
41G aud 118 Front street, San Francisco.
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREGON CITY. OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IX
boots & Shoes,
We also constantly keep on hand
salem Cass imeres; flannels,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we trill sell at th.e Factory Prices,
and will take wtiol in exchange;
J"We will also pay the highest price for
Butter: L'scs; and all kinds ot geod country
produce. We "will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
its' Give us a call aud satisfy yourselves.
c: ' w. pope & co.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA
IERS' COPPER, LEAD PIPE, IRON
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RLMiBEli
HOSE, FORCE AND LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC, COr'PFR,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a creneral assortment of House Fur
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOBBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also at POPE'S lOVE STORE you
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE, LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL, LUCINE AND
NIGHT LAM PS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
c. w. pope & cb:
llllyl Oregon City Oregon.
T RTTI.T; AT HIS OLD STAND: .
CORNER OF MAIN ad SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CH I , OKJLUUiN.
IE II E WOULD INVITE HIS
friends, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
iiit asicl Ciips,
ZT" llaving frorc many years experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SIdAIL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
hdence.the Cry of Pnrdand Prices!
Oregon City, August 28th, 1S69.
ZdT If you wisli the very best
Cabinet Photographs, von must call on
BRADLEY &, RULOFSON, 439 Montgomery
street, Saa Franeisco.
AR E THE PERFECTLY TURE A N D
highly concentrated Extracts from Fresh?
Fruits, prepared with great care.
They arc put up in superior styleand1
in a bottle holding TWICE AS MUCH
as the ordinary brands ot Extracts.
Comparing qualify And contents, none
other are nearly so cheap.
Whenever tested on their MERiTS.they
have been adopted in preference to ail
others, and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacilie
Coast. MARK THE ADVANTAGES.
By purchasing Redington's Concen
trated Flavoring Extracts, yc obtain an
article not only superior iu richness and- "
delicac of flavor to any other of a simi
lar nature, but far more economical, be
cause each buttle holds double the'
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other Havering extract sold.
UED1XGTOX, HOSTEITER & CO.,
Agents for t.he Pacific Coast,
BAE LEY, HARDING
Successors of L. Dilrer in" the Lincoln
BEG LEAVE TO I.NFUIi.M liiii uni
zens of Oregon City and surrounding
country, that they keep constantly on hand
and for sale, all kinds of
BREAD, CRACKERS, .
CAKES, PASTRY, O
CANDIES AND NUTS.
Also, a gcQd and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, and goods deliver
ed at the residence of the purchaser when1
The highest prices paid tor liutter, tggs-
A liberal s-hare of public patronage is res
Apia To, iniv.xy
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
IN MYERS' FIRE-PROOF BrIcK,
MAIS STItSET, Cltr-GOX CITT, OIlEGOX.
Would yon escape FEVER AN D AGUE;
and preserve he;Tlthand vigor during the
sickly season, make occasional use of the
If you are ATTACKED with CWBs
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
io such disease, and used other so-calied
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at once the safest and surest
by using, according to directions
MASON & PGLLAFWS
. o ,.
or, Fever and Ague Pills. Time has
proved them thoroughly to be the safet-t
and rnbst reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury' or other mineral or
chemical. They ore exclusively? vege
table". They stimulate the functions of
the liver. Congestion is impossible where q
they are used. They do not deter from
daiiy labor. Py assisting digestion they
add flesh and muscle to the fiarre. Thev
are'adapttd to all agts aud both sexes,
and as a O
Will CURE in their incipieney, three
fourths ot all diseases incidental to a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small doses, they have no equal.
For sale by all Druggists.
REDIJfGTOX, HOSTETTER & CO.;
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. il. I5Iclallei9
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland,
..AUCTION SALES .. n
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Jlerchah
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday I o
A. D. RiciiAitDf5oy, Auctioneer;
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and. Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shines, Files; Rasps, saws ;
Screws, Fry-pahs, sheet iron; R. G. Iron ;
A larsrc assortment of Groceries uttdLicuors
A. J3. Richardson, Auctioneer
Harvest oi 1870 ! !
Selling off to Close Business,
Aiad 110 HUM33UG I
Mens' Ladies, Misses' and Chilarens
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chinmeys and Burners!
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to le sold o
Regardless of Price I
tj To convince yonmdf with rerpect to
this matter, call at the old corner.
I. Sri,l .1 A 1 ,
SovtJi oTcpe 4- Co.' 8 Tin- Stcre,