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The office o! this paper is removal from
, "id stand to the room formerly occn-
as the County Clerks office, nearly
-o.. In our old office."
ucrors 'Notice -The ev. Ja . R. .
c,,hvo.d.of Mibvaukie, will preach m St.
1 ai"s (Episcojftlj Church a Sunday next,
.Ulicuual hour of morning and evening
ecrvicc. - . ' ; .
WiN-TS" IJ;-.-Ess.-TTU-Hp-river boats
lure now sufficient water to make reguU.r
trh9 3S far up as Corvullis. The late
i Jn have raised Hie river sufficiently to
f . 1 "irr.int transportation again this
winter. Tim steamers Reliance. Active.
die route, and the Fannie Patton will
robabiy be ready tor service in two or
Le weeks. We learn that there .s plen-
. fre-lit on the. river waiting shipment.
1-. ...".. t ,,, lm its daily trom here to
inert-in v v -- , . i
....i i nmr sin.l one daily up the river.
j. looks like business on the 1 . T. Compa
L'xkcctor's Sale. Mr. A.J. Cason. ex
Poutor of the estate ofrs. Rebecca R. Ca
pon, deceased, will tell considerable per
sonal property Saturday Nor. 19. at the
tl,M,i near the Clackamas bridge.
The propertv to be sold embraces 20 head j
nf Cade. 81) head of s!icp. and a fine lot i w
I of household lurmtnre. iu oo
1 Chance to get bargains. -
C.iitt, Disc;).--This celebrated Wizard
and slight-hand performer will give one J
performance at -Mr. Myers Hall, m tuto
city, to morrow evening. We see it slat
by our esclungi fl that this gentleman ex-c(-!s
anything that has ever performed in
ihi- State in his line, and all agree that he
is the wonder of the age. We hope there
will he a lull house, as there will be nnth
i.ig exhibited that is calculated to offend
Anothk!: EvrKKrnisK. Leading capi
talists and business men of Nevada City
hivo conceived the idea of getting up an
IiiJitsirial Fair. The managers are among
the most responsible and respected citi
mis of Nevf.da. who engage in this enter
,ii.-e for the benefit of their school fund.
(irsatl Slripr-t, Auburn. Cal., Sept.
l- lr(7i). See advertisement in another
i: n t k i r a i x u e xt. uti last eunesiay
I'g'jt a (litiiiken squaw nfude her appear
.; on the ;-treet in the business portion
o: the town, singing "Shoo Fly,"' en
ti'i'.ainiiig a large crowd, cursing, s we ar
ia,', and using obscene language, in Kiur
to the l.orror of the people living
ji-.ir ly. After continuing her entertaiu-
it ior about two hours, the night watch- j to
nun came along and put tier ou a wheel-
larrow and took her to jail.
Not .Mich. A report was circulated in
town last Wednesday that Mr. C. F. Leat
;; was sick with the small pox, lying
-.'lit1 in the cabin which he had appro
;i;i!fd. We are happy to say that there
w in truth in the report, as he was in
V learn that cur readers at Needy do not 1
o eive their paper unt 1 a week after it is ;
r;!!((i, cjuscd bv the j ackagr- being taken j
'lui-ni and not. returned until the tiext !
v :t!tcr ihe mail leaves Aurora- for 'hat I
i c lliere is a daily mail from' here t
'i oid we c.m'tOsee the necessity fir !
iiiaatior from . this place having to go to ;
i ii 1 bii;g returned. We slia.l do our :
yaueuy tt.e maftei-0
1 1 1 nt. While Mr. Archie Clark
m iged in iifting railroad timbers,
r il on him. inju ring him so serious-
f ' ' died from the effects fist Tliurs- j apixdotment of viewers to locate a private
iii'ir.iing. The deceased leaves a i roade lroni his place lo the county road leak
funi'.y and relatives to mourn Lis j ing t Ore-on City. Messrs. Win Holmts,
t i L. D C. Latoureti e aud Jr.s. Eaton were ap-
' pointed and ordere I to give notice to owners
c :t. TW City Council elected j i..f land oropo- i-d to becros-cd,
'.Chnrman. Councilman, to fill the va- , A petition tVo.n, I esse Adkjns praying 'to
U-itiiiT. A fight occurred last Satnr
y n;ght. in one of the saloons n; town.
c '"art hollowed murder loud nough
tip the neighborhood.
x I'Kxt. As the steamer Albany v.-.as
"i down the river last SatimL.17.
1 ; i flat boat, in passlitg through a
M' place, ran into the bank and
i -tde Uat-boat all to pieces, aud madj
1 1 the steamer.
i0 st. Our friend Milton Stratton,
N-cretary of the Oregon Woolen
'during, Company was married
ItKsday, at Saletn. to Miss Helen
'las. We congratulate our friend.
T "lthetn both a happy future.
r'-u Down. The Steamer Dayton
5 nas been so long running on the
1 river, and connecting at its
vi h the Willamette boats, came
n n'-o the baln last'Stinday. "
"MATinx Waxtsd. Mr. Geo. T.
J will hear of something to his ad-
by adoressing J. M. Bacon, Post
t V 'his place. Oregon andVash-
errntory papeis please copy this
cu Arc'it-vT Tt,. ; ,
The strainer Sttc
tiip. stove a huge
.... i lilt; LvUlilSJl IIC-
She will be out again in a
CjHixK. The time table on
i i--ia i . .
-u ..as agtuu been changed.
rge addition has been
basin, making it about
A F'BBMr. Lewis left a can-
''aiiln-in hti 1.. -,
" oou-iu last i-nativ even-
J"-' went out, which cau-ht fhe
. iu. n Was discovered just in
-are tlie building from destruc-
sni-Ru.-The steamer Active
7;:'n last Wednesday for llarris-
"rst boat ..f (i.-..n
... iue locomotive l ortlanu
.the road last Sunday for the
-mce she went over the trestle-
-Chas. Williams, a well-known
this place, died very suddenly
-"i-c. last i- rid ay. .
"t Court adjouracd.las
Circuit Ciirt;P ceedings.
The following are the proceedings of
the November term of the Circuit Court,
for Clackamas county, Judge tTp ton pre
siding : . r - ,.r
Helena G'.osser vs. Benj. Glosser ; de
fault entered, and. changed to Multno
John and Mary O'Rielly v.s John Wil
ron ; On mandate from Supreme Court
judgment entered for $3,000 and costs. '
Oregon Central r Rai'road vs. Syh esfeu
Ilathway. et ul, continued to next term.
Martha A. Taylor vs.. Goo. W.s. Tay
lor; judgment by default ; J. M. Frazer
appointed referee. ',- -
State of Oregon vs. Ma'rshal Hubert, for
perjury : admitted to bail and afterwards
dismissed on motion of Prosecuting
State 01 Oregon vs. Edwin
State of Oregon vs. Jnne-Reed ; larceny,
i motion of Prosecuting Attorney dis
Tlie People's Transportation Co
A. McKinUty, et al : continued to
i'atrick Raly vs. Saul Wixcn ; default
entered lor ' plaintiff in sum of $4i)S Oi).
. State of Oregon vs. Chas. Cutting . jr
disagreed on first trial convicted "second.
Men-it vs. Meritt ; default entered and'
A. It. Stinson appointed referee to !aiu
prim's; divorce granted. ,
S. A. Seely vs. V. S. Sebastian, et al ;
if. I. Cull appointed referee.
Oreg in Central Riiiroad Companv vs.
Executors of Daniel Harvey, 'et ul ; "con-
iiiuit ii 10 ni-xi term.
Chas. Logus vs. Jacob Roehm and
fe : m n-tgage foreclosed and Sheriff
ordered to sell property.
W. 0. Johnson and J. L. -Barrow vs.
People's Transport ition Co.; judgment
for plaintiff, and $:i-.H) damage.
David Whiles vs. W. C. and David Wil
son, piaintiii's ; allowed to file amended
State of Oregon vs. Officer: found
guilty : find $50 and costs.
State of Oregon v?.' "Vaughn ; found
tilty ; fined $50 and costs. -
State of Oregon Vs. Gholson "Wilson
Jotin II. Smith and wife vs. Heirs of
John Kiinger, deceased ; deed decreed
void and of no- effect, arid defendants
ordered to ma lie deed within ninety days
to the plaintiffs, and pay ihu costs' and
disbursements of this suit.
A. F. Hedges v.s Dwight Muzzy ; sale
Willis vs. II. C. and Dauiel Wilson;
Mary E. White vs. John Myers. Sheriff ;
uui..-v)i-n ,ii lom oi piainnti.
Stale of Oregon vs. Wm.
Taylor vs. Taylor ; divorce granted.
' Colntt Court raornKNixos Judge Wait
pre id ng November te in.
Probate ux!.tss. In the matter of gnar
dim&hip f"i;e l.eiis of F. Chartnun', i;
ceascd : C'liardian ordered to nu.ke a true
inventory of the real estate, goods ehatUes,
VC, wliicli Ci in1 into tier posses.-.! hi 01
her knowledge, and to uturu the same at
tiij next term ot Couit.
Guardianship of W. W. Harper: report of
appraisers approved and accepted. ,
In the matter of the guard an.-hip of F. .-.
Allyn, minor; sale ot ival :state approved,
ecu. firmed and declared valid.
In the matter of the guardianship of the
hairs of Micha.l Summers; petition tor
lisence to sell real estate h -ai t and liscous
granted; bond of guardiau placed at ?40o.
Etaty of U.S. Moore, deceased; petition
pres. -nted bv J. M. Moore for . the appoint-
meat of administrator ; J. M. Mc re ap-
,.1 . I II ll..n.:it,... IV. IC.,1 ...,,J I
Ford appointed apprai ers i f.said estate.
Iu the matter of the estate of .1. N. Har
rington, deceased ; report ot final settle
Jn the matter of the estate of J. P. Glover,
deeea e l ; proof of will made and the will
admitted t j probate ; John Glover and A. J.
Cason appointed Executors.
In ttie' matter of the e--tatc ot Reb"cc.i R.
Cason, ruiftoi ; j roi.tot will made and
will adnritted to probate; A, J Cason ap
CfiHiairtxiiftcrs Jinsiiffix. A petition was
ore-eiited by James C'Lo k. tra in--for the
j oe rem in num i.i.v 01 lo tt , j'l .ijer gi iiiu-
cu and a deed oraeru macte to turn Without
Ahel Mattocn reported the completion of
the bridge conti actitl ly hm; Richard
Bradley and Frankli i 1'earce wen; appoint
ed c iniHissioners to examine said bridgo.
(5 eo. Aberntathy prayed lor x release rf
the tax assessed against him ; prayer grant
ed on the ground that his debts exceeded the
value of his property.
In the matter of the private road hereto
fore located on petition of Chas. Moker, h.
Wolf tiled a motion at last term of Couit,
asking that s.ud order be set a.i le ; inatiun
granted without picjudice to a ue-.v petition.
The bridge over Ab-.Tne.ithy Creek was
repotted completed, and a ter msj ect.on,
was i creivea by the Couit.
Sheriff Warner presented Ids bond as tax
collector, with R, Jacob and Maxwell Raius
by as sureties, which was approved.
A petition was lcccived Irom the Ciy
Council, praying for the use of one of the
jury rooms tor t!;e meetings of the Council,
granted when it does not interfere w th the
c tur'.s aud not to be used for a police or Re
cord er's eou't room.
Iii the m it ter of costs in the case of State
vs. Z. C. Dol. son, the Clerk, was ordeied to
send the bill to Marion county for payment,
the crime having been committed iu that
In the ma' ter of the asscs-mmt aga'nst
H. L. P.ttoek .t Co. the'assfssnienf made w is
order set aside and the S' erilt o:dered to
make a new assessment...
On petit ill on of citizens from Marquam
Justice of the Peace for said precinct.
Bills amoui tiug in the aggregate to 3,-
v.: .:: were oiuereu piwu.
CviTiox. The County Commissioners
at the November term, made the follow
ing recommendation, iu relation to the
Wiikukas. the County Court of Clacka
mas -county has been informed that a con
tagious disease, to-wit : small-pox does
exist in certain localities in this county.
It is hereby, earnest ly recommended that
the citizens of said county use all the dili
gence possible to arrest the spread of this
malignant disease, and also that any or
all persons having said disease about their
premises, procure as soon as possible a
yellow Ji'fj and hoist the same over the
residence where said disease axisis. And
we would earnestly enjoin upon all the
people of said county that no pair.3 be
spared to carry into effect the recommen
"We learn that Prof. MeJibbcney's sing
ing class numbers over seventy scholars. It
is a pleasant as well as a profitable way of
passing away an evening.
In Oregon City, Nov. 4, ISTo, Charles
Williams, aged about 57 years. .
In Oregou Ci.y. Nov. h 17', AtcL:bi!4
1 Ci-ik, -ged 43 J, eaic ;d o i&ts.
playing been the first to adopt the plan of
affording persons residing at a distance the
opportunity of obtaining first-class watches
for their own use, at wholesale prices, and
being also the original inventors and sole
manufaturers of the widely advertised Onde
" artches, of which there are so many imi
tations, and now. the inventors and Wle pro
prietors and manufacturers of the new ma
terial, which we'Hiave named the Norton
Uolil Metal, (and secured iu legal form.) su
peiior to all other metals ami tully equal in
brilliancy of color, weight, wear, &t-., to fine
IS karat gold, and to b obtained through no
other source; We have concluded to resume
Hie retail business so successfully conducted
by us from Sb7 to 18J3 in connection with
our wholesale departmct, for the purpose of
piacmg again a reliable line of our special,
ties before the pub ic. '
Also being Sole Agents
In the United States for the I.iverno ,1 Watch
Co. we areautoiized by them to clj.-c out a
large line of European Watches, chains, Ac.
uow iu stock for. cash at nriccs never before
known. - All beautiful jn finish artistic, in de
s-jrn," reliable for accurate time, durable and
of tlie latest styles. Every Watch Will be
retailed at less than the c-sst of transporta
tion, ard forwarded securely packed, pre
paid, to any part of the country on receipt
ot price. Money Can be sent to us by Ex
press, with order-: tor Express Co. to return
Cods or Cash,, which wiii secure prompt
ness and safety, to purchasers. Among our
lt will be found
A Beautif.d Engli.-h Silver Solid Double
Case Watch, genuine. English full date jew
eled movements, adjusted regulator, steel cut
Lands, engine turned nerl, correct, and ser
vicable article, laige or small size, in com
plete running order With an elegant Cent's
Ve.--t CI ain, Locket and Key, all complete.
in; i!ed fieel'oi- ;
. A err Handsome Watch in fine 18 karat
Gald plated Double Cases imitation of $ k 0
Gild Watch engraved or plain, genuine
English full plate jeweled movements, ad
justed regulator, correct, and in complete
i i.nning order with elegant Gent's Vest
Cha n, with Locket aDd Key, mailed, pn
pa d tor only.
The Oride Gold Watch
In Massive Oride Gold Double hunting Mag
ic Spring Cases, elegantly engraved, or en
gine turned. Genuine 1'atei.t Lever Move
ments full jeweled, regulated and warranted
to keep correct lime, and wear equal to gold,
precisely like in appearance, make, finish
bri.hancy of color, to Stioo Gold Watch,
some i f thesi spiend d watches will be lor
warded by mail free to any address, in hand
some morocco case, lined with velvet and
satin-(Ladies' or GeaU' size Watch,) tor
only . $li.
Patent Stem Winder,
Or Keyless Watch. Winds up from the
Stem, requires no Key c m not be wound the
wrong way, in heavy Oride Gold Double
Cases, three -quaiter plate five Jeweled Lev
er Movement, Exposed Action. Accurate as
a Timekeeper. JSupej ior regulated.
Single one sent to any address by mail, in
handsome case for $15.
The Norton Watch.
This widely known, reliable and c'ogant
Watch, so long and full approved of by the
Government and Haihoed Otuvi.ds. is now
encased in the new improved Norton Gold
Mit.il, the very latest discovery in the sci
ence of Mta'lurgv," which for hardness,
durability and brilliancy of color and polish
has been found to surpa-s all other known
metals. It does not tarnish by wear, expos
ure .o beat, moi.-ture, chang of climate, or
the ac'.iou or any acids or gasses and per
manently ri tains its beautiful color tully
equal to" the finest gold, and never yveais out".
This calibrated watch is in solid double
hunting cases, of Norton Gold Metal, rich
iu design artistic in finish, with magic spring
push pin, imitation piittnt self winding stem,
improved bevel swell, double joints, engine
tui ned nerl, extra tine full ruby jewt led
levcjr movements, covered with engraved
dut caps, accurately aejustod to a'l degrees
ot heat or cold, with alt the latest improve
ments, cannot he surpassed for correct time
keeping qualities, and experts cannot detect
the sligbte.-t d.llti euce it appearahce from
oae ot the fine-t $'M0 Gold Watches and
lasts as long, wears as well, and keeps as
correct time. They are manufactured solely
by us, and aie thoroughly warranted iu
every i t spebt for five veais. A single one
t the above tea-nrui Watches inaneii i-rc-
)aid to any address, in ve vet lined morocco !
case, with'kej', Ac. a'l complete. f, r only $15
Watches for Holliday presents manufac
tured to order.
Genuine American Watches of all grades,
in g"ia or sliver cases, irom 5it up 1 1 zy. i corttpnie ctmiouioriiin ot valuable ami uxejul
Other good watches equally lo w. W.th ev itDirvvt tnentx i ver eflected in any one ma
cry club of six Watches of any kind, we j chine. The embodiment of extreme sim
send one ex'.ra Watch of samts kind free, as j plicity, elliciency and utility, entirely difler
a premium to getter up of Club. A super- ent in niodet and design from any low priced
stock ot Genuine Oride Gold Chains, from machine. It is the most serviceable.elegant
2 to $0 each, warrauted fully equal to Gold and reliab'e Family Skwixg Maciiixk ever
iu brilliancy of color, wear, tc. Bill of over
Si collected - on delivery, if desired. All
bills of $12 "arid less must 'be' ca-h in P. O.
mom v orders, or registered letters, at our
I rislc. trood-j caretniiy selected, pacKea una
j f rwardi d pre paid by mail, or bv e ipre-s,
ou nce pt ot price. ate ileli try ot ail
iroods guarunteed. Watches forw. iuj.l to be
examined to parties known, when express
charges- both wnys ate paid. No goods for
warded west of the Missi-sinpi River, with
bill to collect on delivery. Purchasers must
pay all express charges on good- sent C. O.
1). ; also ior return c money. All cah or
ders torwarded free of charges to destina
tion. Catalogues Free. Addres-s all orders
CHAS. P. NORTON A CO.
IMI'OUTERS OK WllTl'HE-i, tC,
8' Nassau Street, New York.
Established Is.r7.:nov4 rS70.
Messrs. Pliclan & Colkndcr
The well-known R lPard Table Manufac
tures, of New Yotk, have -established at
5I Ularktt St., Sun Fiiiiicjsco. .
An extensive branch of their business, where
thr-v inonfse to keep constantly ou hand the
LABGEST and most complete assortment of
B1-.L.IARU T-ltd.ES, CLOTHS, CITIES,
ETC.. OX THIS COAST.
J HUE TABLES are t the latest style and
size recently adopted in the Eastern States ;
aie inanufacturrd in the best possible man
ner pnd furnished with PilELAN'o LAT
EST 1MPROYED CUSHIONS.
The new composition Billiard Ball made
by the llvatt Manufacturing Co, of Albany,
N Y the bst substitute tor ivory yet dis
covered. For sale only by us. . Price 12 00
Ail goods sold will be of the best qualify,
and the prices fully as low a? any otLer
bouse in the business.
Parties visiting the city are invited to
visit our ware rooms and inspect our stock.
GEO. E. PHELAN, 541 Market St.
N. B. The public are notified that no
other parties on the l aciric coast have the
right to sell Phelau 's Cut hion3. ov-LSm
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THaT ON
Jl Saturday tlie 2d of October, 1 870, at the
larm ef John Long Deceased, in Clackamas
County, I will sell the Mules, Horses, Cat
tle, Sheep and oti er personal property be
longing to the estate ot stid deceased. Sale
to commence at 10 A. M.
Terms announced on day of Sale.
F. O. McCOwN.
Aii3trr, with will annexed,
L:.rce 0: Jo Lo.'.g.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
Grand Opening Out
, . -
oots & Shoes,
TO BE RETAILED AT
THE LARGEST AMOUNT
In Any Retail Store on the Pacific
Coast. --. -
; TTS HAVE BOOTS FOR
XzTen, Boys & Children,
SHAPES, STYLE and QUALITY.
DIFFERENT KINDS of MEN'S BOOTS
BEXKERT'S PniLAD ' QUILTED
BU( KINGHAM'S HAND-MADE SEWED
BOOTS, Frei.ch. Calf, Single Double
and Tap Soles ; all shapes;
TE It II ELL'S BOOTS, Fine Calf, Channel
Naiied, and Pegged and Tapped Sole ;
Heavy Calf, Double bole, Wue Quilted
a:;d Tap Soles ; Light Kip, Tap Soles
Men's, Boy's and Children's.
SEIKKKLICJI'S FRENCH SCREWED
RlllLADELI'IIlA MADE BOOTS,
Heavy aud Light Calf.
REED'S. FOGG A HOUGHTON'S GODFREY.-,
l'atchehkr's, Johnson 4t Wood's
J'art ridge's and Underwood & Go's
CALF K flJ and SLATGI1TER BOOTS,
HECflT BROS. UNITED WORKINGMEX,
California Co-opcati ves, Mai ks & Cal
ishf r, Buckiugt arr & Hecht's, and On in
Jone.s' make of BOOTS and SllOFS,
BHOGANS. and LADIES' and CHIL
DREN'S DRESS BALMORALS.
We l ave also a fine assorment of GENTLE
MEN'S FLENCH CALF, HAND-MADE
Oil"rd Ties, Gaiters Oiw PaIiicc Alberts.
Those who cms'der themselves difficult to
fit or su t with a Boot or Shoe, we would be
very much pleased to have call and examine
Frolzsuaii, . GiUihan & Co.,
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE ilOUSE,
No. 121 Front ; Street,
St. t Inn lm Hott l Building.
S E V i N G MAGHTnE.
S!2."0 dear yrq ft jer day. $75.00 per U ffk
?uo pt r mouth made kasy bv any Lady or
Gkxti.emax ii.trodnicing this Ge.vitixi-: and
Okijixai. Oi.n Favoritk. With its many
ntic and practical addition, making the most
invented, gives perfect satisfact'en wherever
introduced. Has received Prkmicms. Stood
the test of 0 years, and is fully approved of
by every family who have them in use. Is
nohr'e.19, makes the strong and beautiful
Elastic Lock Sticii, with wonderful rapid
ity and certainty. Sew anything a net, lie
will go Tiir.ocoti, fioni the finest to the
thickest fabric, firm und 'nent. with eae.
Uses all kinds of silk or thread direct from
the -poul ; is improved with new self-acting
feed, spring tension, aelf-guider, and uses
the adjustable straight xekiu.k. perpendicu
lar motion, with powerful lever action. Pos
sesses all the good qualities of the fast high
priced machines condensed, without their
complications OR FAt'LT. Samples of sewing
slxt FitKE on receipt of stamp For ccrtiii
cAtes, tc.,sce dkscuii tivk rAiirnLETS,niailc'
tree. A thorough practical sewing machine
for family use ''Tribune." A very ttrong
and reliable machine, at a low price. "Stan
dard." This beautiful sewing machine is
one of the most ingenious pieces of mechan
ism ever invented.-"' Democrat," Ga. 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 eaf-e, rapidity and neatness.
Republican," N. Y. Single machines, as
samples, selected with care, for family ise,
with everything complete, sent to any pjrt
of the country per express, packed in strong
wooden box, fkke, on receipt of price, $5.00.
Safe delivery of goods guaranteed. Forward
cash by registered letter, or P. O. money or
der, at our risk. Agents wanted, male or
female, everywhere- New pamphlets con
taining extra liberal induce tents, sent free.
Address Family Sewing Macuixe Co.
Office 86 Nassau Street, New York.
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Sellwood, rector. Services on Sunday
at I03 a.m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m.
1st Congregational Church. Seats Free.
Morning Services, 10.4..
Sabbath School... 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services,.. ......... . .. .7 o'clock.
Rkv. E. Gkkry, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening...... 5 o'clock
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 evenine 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock J M. . . -
Oregon IoIge No. 3, X. O. or O. '-
Meets every Thursday even
JfIpS in a 7 o'clock, iu Odd Fellow's
-m0- Hai Main s eet.
Members of the Order are ivited t- gtteni
IV OfuCT- -- Cr.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
For a few cents von can bir
of your Grocer or Druggist f.
r acka-c of SEA MOSS FAROE,
made from" pure Irisli Moss or
CaiTageen, v,Iiieh will make
sixteen quarts of Diane 3Iange,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Russe, eve. It is the
clieapcst, 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 ! !
THE GREAT '.VORLD'S TOXIC.
Tlsis woiadcrftil vegciaSjlc
restorative is tSsc sIjco1-;3si
clsor of the ffec32e and tlettli
tntcd. As ii tozsac tisl cordial
for tZac aged mid IhjbcidcI, it
Eia-i no equal amo: stosm
acliics. Ah a reined y for f lie
nervous AieuEiiaesiS to wlaicSi
women are especially sub
ject, it is si82ersedaa3Sf eiciry
oilier stimulant. 1 La all Cli
mates, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, it acts a a specific
in every sjiecics of disorder
which undcrani&ies the bodily
Mrcngtfi sand brcaSts down the
animal spirits. For sale ty
-Aug. 2, 1870:ly
An Infallible slood ptaiFiEii.posseBS.
ing rare to.mc and m:rvixk properties
a certain cure for hheimatish. cout,
r.-u.i..iA. and all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the system when Im
paired ly disease, revives the action of tho
uii)lys nn.-t citttvi t .vi. ORvft, radi
cally cures scnoFi'U, salt niiEt.!B
and all icrtc-rxivK d cl-taxeous Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in dyspepsia, eiivsipelas. Tumors.
Bcils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi
rates from tho systom all traces of Mercurial
It is rrartY vegetable, beins mad
from an herb found indigenous in California.
It is thorcforo peculiarly suitable for use bv
Females and Children, as a clood rttHi-
FIER nad EOV.lTOn.
For Sat by all Drug!tt.
REBtRGTQK, HQSTCTTER & CQ.
529 and 531 Market Street,
" Ban "Francisco.
New Goods ! New Goo Is !
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM TJfE PUBLIC
that he has refitted the old stand, timer
Main and Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and h .s
rec ived an eutirc new stock of ooJs, co..-si-tingiijo-f
DRY G0OHS, GROCEEIES,
CROCKER T, GLASS WARE,
and a general assortment of everything in
our line. Thankful for past favors, we still
solicit a t-hareof the 1 ublic patronage.
Country", Produce aken iu exchangefor
DAVID R. SMITH,
Civil nil SIcchanleal Knglnccr,
Solicit: r of American and Foreign
PATEN T S,
21 MOSTGOMEKY STREET,
P. 0. BOX 116T;
With, AgrucSei In Washington, Lon
don, Paris, Vienna, etc.
Specifications and Drawings Prepared, Ex
aminations Made. Caveats Fi ed. Foreign Pat
ents Obtained, Rejected Applications Prose
ruted, Inte-rferences Conducted, Extensions
Applied for, Re-Issucs Procured, Assign
ments Prepared, and
Patent Business of Every Ocscilptlon
x - - m 1 . . ' '
REDLNGTON, HOSTETTER & CO.
Slop that Coughing!
Some of yon can't, and ire pity you.
You have tried every remedy buttle
ONE destined, by Its intiink merit, to
, supersede all similar preparations. It
is not surprising yoo should be reluc
tant fo try something else after the many
experiments yon have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the pnbhc as.u
certain cure ; but
Newcll's Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy ver
compounded for the cure of L'ought,
Cold?, Sore Throats, Asthma, IVhoopuig
Cough, BroncJiiti and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California nnd
Oregon have been already benefiled by
the surprising enratire powers of
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord gite 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 nI Lunut,
assuring you that
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
has cured thousands, an' it will cure
YOU. if you try it. This invaluable
niedicine is pleasant to the taste ; sooth
ing:, healing and strengthening in its
'Reflects ; entirely free from all poisonous
or deleterious drugs,and perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For Sale br all Druggists.
RED1NGTON, HOSTETTER & CO.,
410 and 41S Jtront street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Which it 'confidently recommended aft the
heft prepat tiot nvio htjore the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly concentrated form all the
properties of Jamaica Ginger.has become
one of the most popular domestic reme
dies for all diseases of the stomach and
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable
to all persons recovering from debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for while it imparts to the system all the
glow and vigor that can be produced by
wirje or brandy, it is entirely free from
the reactionary effects that follow the
use of Fpiiits of any kind.
Jt is also an excellent remedy for
females who stiller from difficult men
struation, giving almost immediate re
lief to the spasms that so frequently ac
company that period.
It gives immediate relit-f to Nausea,
caused by riding in a railroad car, or by
sea sickness, or other causes.
It is also valuable as an external ap
plication for Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
RED1XGTO.V, HOSTETTKR & CO.,
41G and 41S Front street, San Francisco.
APE THE PERFECTLY PURE AND
highly concentrated Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepared with great care. -
Thev are put up in superior style, and
in a bottle holding TWICE AS MUCH
as the ordinary brands of Extracts. -
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are nearly so cheap.
Whenever tested on their MEKiTS.they
have been adopted in preference to all
' others, and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacific
MARK THE ADVANTAGES.
Ry purchasing Redington's Concen
trated Flavoring Extracts, you obtain an
article not only superior in richness and
delicac of flavor to any other of a simi
lar nature, but far more economical, be
cause e;'ch bottle holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
UEUIIVGTOX, HOSTETTER CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Would yon esenpe FEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor during the
sickly t-eason, make occasional use of the
A' PREVENTIVE.-' -
If you are ATTACKED with Chills
nnd Di lions 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
by nsinc according to directions
MASON & POLLARD'S
A ES3 T I - EV A L A R I A ,
or, Fever and Ague Pill. Time has
proved them thoroughly to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or other mineral or
chemical. They aVe exclusively vege
table. They stimulate the functions of,
the liver. Congestion is impossible where
they are used. They do not deter -from
daily labor. Ry assisting digestion they
add flesh and muscle to the fraire. They
are adapted to all agts aud both sexes,
ad as a
Will CURE in their incipiency. three- ,
fourths of all diseases incidental to &
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small doses, they have no equal.
"For sale by all Druggists.
REDINGTO.V, HOSTETTER Sc CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
health and disease, has never received
from any medicine such marked and un
misUkable assistance, on the side of
health, as it has from
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
REDIXGTOI7, HOSTETTER & CO.,
iio and 41S Front street. San. ITrAnrisco..
A U CTION AND COMMISSION
A . J55. Ricliardsoii,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Fortha,
AUCTION SALES - T
Of Real Estate, Groceries, Generalilepehaa
disc aud Horses, ; .
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. B. IlicHARDsox, Auctioeer.
AT PRIVATE SALE'.. :
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron V '
English Square and Octagon Cast steel!
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry -pans, theet iroir, R. G. Iron ;'
. also: " .:- '
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquor--A.
13. Richardson, Auctioneer
Harvest of 1870 I E
; Sdl Ing off to Close JDiisin'cs9r
: v . ': -.-if'
Ami no HUMBUGt
- . . - - a
Tlie Entire Stocltl-
OF . :
dry goods, ;.:
ready-made cxothikg. ;
-ec0ts and sh6es;,
liens' Ladies, Misses' and Childrens-' . . " '
HATS AND CAPS. i
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plaitedl
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners!:
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to be sold !
R ega rd I ess of P rice !
tV- To convince vonrself with renneet to
this matter, call at the old corner.
I. SELLING, o
South 0 Ttpe 4- Co.'s Tin Stcre,
. Oregon City
J. R. R ALSTOrM,
IS STILL AT-11 TS OLD STAND -
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY. OREGON.
WHERE H E WOULD I NTTTE' I1T3
friends, aud the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, csnsistiau ot aP
general assortment of
Hoots ;a isd Sfioesy
Hals sincl Caps,
Iff SilNt wirc
, Having fror, many years' experience
learned that ;
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS r-
LIES IN S MAI L PROFITS J
. IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Silence the Cry of Portland Prices! -Oregon
City, August 2Stbr lSti9, . , . -
JOItlV M YEHS.
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE, .
OKECON C1TV. OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRY GOOIDS, ;
BOOTS & SHOES,
"We also constantly keep on hand
SALEM' -nisailtpnre r-t Vxrrr O
TWEEDS AND RLANKETS,
Which we will sell nt the Factory Prices,
and will take wool in exchange.
ST3?"We will also pay the bighest price for r
Putter. Eggs, and all kinds of good country
produce. We will sell as low as any house
m Oregon, for Cash oe its equivalent in good!
JfSr Give us a call and satisfy yourselves,.
Of the BARNUM RESTAURANT
street, OREGON CITY,
Beg to inform the public and his friemi
that he has leased the lower pa-rt of the
CLIFF HOUSEJf -
. Which be has opened s a ;
FIRST CLASS RESTAUKA1VT.
The table will at all times be supplied witli
the bet the market aflords.
Orders for suppers and parties? will; be
promptly attended to.
isgr It you wish the very bct
Cnbmet Photographs, you most call on
LtliADLLY & RULOFSON, 430 Moutgonsery
ttreet. San, Franeisco.
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