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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1870)
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lowing are the proceedings of the County
CoiirC December Venn Hon. J. K; Wait
p .0rle Semi-annual report in the mut
t,r of the estate oj' John Long was filed.
The annual report of tbe guardian of
,he heirs of F. Charman was received and
proved and filed; the appraisers' re
tort was approved ; the vrulotv was al
lowed S-'-W as gi'rdiau of tbe minors.
Pi tbe'niatter of the eitate of A. Har
rington : the final aecouftts of the admin
istrator of -said estate were approved
1 . . t . T t.piiii j.f will
Estate or rraucis juui-a, iuui mi
made and admitted to probate.
'etitiori of P.
ii f',iu for ri'( liiciion of taxes was ixl-
' U,ir. Buck was appointed viewer on
private, road for Jas. Clark, in place of L.
1) C. Lalourette, who declined to .serve.
I'e'tiuon of O. &. C. K. R. Co. for reduc
tion of taxes, showing that the real prop
erty of said company had not been as
sessed by the assessor according to lav
Ordered that assessment be set aside and
SbyvltT make new asse.-sment.
rvt'Uion of Oswego Iron Company for a
correction of assessment. Same order as
nhove. and SherifF further ordered to de
duct the indebtedness allowed at former
term of Court.
la matter of bridge across Molalla,
known as Wright's bridge, M. Itanisby
vdi appointed to in.vesiig.ite he same
and make tuch repairs as he thinks neces
s.irv. Ji niitter of complaint against. Lafayette
May ia'gard to the treatment of his sis
ter that he has in charge; complaint or
dered tiled. J- M. Jloore and Jas. Winston
appointed to investigate the matter and
report in writing at the next term of
Petition of F. C. Mack and others for a
' road commencing at the residence of J.
II. Ralston, at the intersection of the road
leading (Mist Win. Holmes' farm to the
road leading south from Oregon City past
mM KalsionV. thence until it intersects
the road leading to Upper Molalla and
Hard .Scrabble, near Clias. Moshberger's
farm. Riley Andrus, Chus. Walker and
qS.uh lei Waldron appointed viewers.
JJills to the amount of $j35 52 were al
lowed aad orilered paid.
Dc.ifXKss Acnvrrv. All the boats of
I he l'. T. Company are now employed.
The Fannie Pattou went out this morning
f: the first time this season. The Active,
A. ! City and lieliaiKie went tip yesterday.
Tlie two former arrived in the basin from
up the river in the morning and unloaded
ud started up again. The boats have ali
the freight they can carry, and there are
now evenboa!s employed, and we are
infVrmi'd that there wili be freight enough
to keep them all busy during the season.
Tins state of things shows that Oregon is
S icr:using in her produces. There are
two boats daily between this place and
1'ortla.id. which are kept busy. It ap
pe,us that the railroad, which was to
'freeze out'' the boats, lias not had any
Very serious effect on their business.
Mi Ti'.u. Admiuation" Socii:tv? The
Mutual A-dmiration Society," in other
counties termed the County Court, met
lat Mondav. The proceedings will be
found in anoiher-eolunin. We are in
formed that a young attorney told the
chief of the society that he would here
after bring iiis ca: es before a court where
he could ;et a show for justice. The
Otort is run by outside power altogether,
(ind unless a person is in the ring.'' lie
h is a slim show. For instance, the revok
ing of the road which Was laid out on pe
tition of Clias. Stoker.
AnvKimsKn.s. Messrs. liuiley, Harding
& Co., Mr. John Fleming, and oUhts of
oar advertisers have received new goods
fir holiday gifts. Mr. John Myers has
itl-o receive. I a new supply of goods
mi'ed for this season of the year. Look
over the advertising columns and then
pa trotii.e th.ise who have public spirit
enuitgh lo set before the public their wares
in a ioeal paper. It is always a sure Indi
rVi'mu that the men who advertise deal
Tiik Exfi nsiox. A number of" Major''
Tins. Chamum's friends left here last
Thursday to participate in the excursion
ia lienor of the completion of the railroad
to Albany. It is not known whether
Tom took along a supply ot John For
rest's best'' fur his lrionds on the occa
sion. Cotti'LKT kj. The raihoad is now com
pleted to Albany, and a grand celebration
in honor of the event was to have been
had at that place yesterday. As we wore
)i t among the personal friends of " Major"'
Tims. Charniin. an invitation did not
reach us to go up on this menu ruble- oc
casion. Goi.t) ! Goi.o ! ! Goi.n ! ! 1 Look at the
list of coin premiums offered by the Cali
fornia Der.cvolent Soesety, at their draw-
5"$' L) take place December 27th. A rare
chaifde. See adverifsement.
On icKiis. The Directors of the P. T.
Co. met at Salem last Wednesday and
elected the following officers for the ensn
)'? year : President. A. A. McCully; Vice
Present. E. N. Cooke : Secretary, Thos.
MeF. Pa! ton.
Ai'.sr.xT.-ilcv. Mr. Sellwood left last
Tuesday for a missionary visit, in com
pany wit! Bishop Morris and Per. J. II.
W Sellwood. to Astoria. In consequence
of Mr. Scihvood's absence, there will be
no service at St. Paul's Church next Sun
day. Sunday School at the usual hour.
QLvn.Wo 1 earn that "Major"' Thos.
Charman is (piite out of humor because
Pen. llolladay restricted him to only 30
invitations for this place. It did not give
his customers each one, and the slighting
of any may cause him to lose their" trade.
'Major' Thos. Charman's railroad ex
cursionists returned last niht all right.
Ben. llolladay is a clever fellow to fur
nish Tom with invitations for hisfiiends
to .ake such excursions.
RvxaWay. Last Monday a team be
longing to a ntin whose name we did not
learn, took frijrht in the lower end of
town and ran oil' with the wagon, causing
a general smash up.
Sr vi.T.Kn. The cars stalled on the grade
below town twice this week. Last
Wednesday they wore about four hours
making the trip between here and Port
land, a distance of twelve miles, liather
Bar.'JEMAN-, alias Schultz. This notori
ous individual was captured at Yreka
California, a few days ago. The sheriff of
Siskiyou county, Cat., and a deputy sheriff
from Jackson county, passed through here
having him in charge last Saturday eve
rung, and he is now safely lodged in the
county jail of Multnomah, which county
had offered $1 000 reward for his capture'.
He is "undoubtedly the individual who
was such a terror to tht? citizens of Port
land last summer. The Yreka Journal
gives the following particulars of his cap
Schultz was caught in town last Mon
day morning, shortly after daylight, by
Hi Ward and John llendrickr. It' was
evident he bad stopped orer uight at some
place between llawkin.s ville and Yreka,
and being cold, came to town to warm up
and get something to eat. He proceeded
to Wheeler A Baker's saloon to get a
drink before breakfast, where Hi Ward
recognised him, mid immediately woke up
John Hendricks, to assi-t him in making
his arrest. They both followed their man
to his breakfasting place, and with a pis
tol pointed at each side of his head,
caused him to surrender, and fork over a
five shooter he had concealed in his bosom
He was first discovered by a man named
Wright, who seems to have been in com
pany with him in Washington Territory,
and says he made a pair o! boota for him
there. Wright recognized him at work at
Cou'.tas' blacksmith shop at Cottonwood,
when they boih went out to have a conti
dential utlk. After this. Wright got
ScliHltz's pistol, and pawned it for suffi
cient funds to telegraph to Washington
Territory, to find out how much reward
wasonered for Sehuliz's arrest, which was
answered that $150 was oiFered in Wash
ington Territory, and $500 at Portland,
Oregon. Wright, baring been drinking,
showed the dispatch to several at Cotton
wood, and afterwards came to Yreka, to
inform the. sheriif. stating that Schultz bad
threatened to kill him. Sheriff Burgess
telegraphed to Portland, and found the
man answered the description, and that,
altogether, SI. 150 re ward "was offered for
his capture. Schultz was at lliley's store,
in Ilawkinsville. on Sunday, anxiously in
quiring for Wright, and was armed with a
six shooter, a live shooter and a yager.
When arrested, he said he did not intend
to kill Wright, but calculated to pound
him, so that his nearest relations could not
recognise him. as he had stolen his pistol
to raise money towards telegraphing to
Washington Territory about him. Schultz
is evidently a very shrewd and hard case,
and needs close watching to keep him in
5i:w Aim.--We call attention to S. J.
MeCormick's advertisement. Parents will
find it interebtiilg. Mr. Kast, boot and
shoe dealer, Portland, has a notice of im
floor M vKKii. Mr. Phelips has located
himself in this business in this city. See
his advertisement: He is a first class
workman, and persons will do well to
give him a call.
LinKAi,. Pen. llolladay telegraphed
up the line last Wednesday that all f reight
which would be sent on Thursday by the
railroad destined for San Francisco, will
be stopped to its destination tree ot
Smvixu Society. The Kpiscopal Sew
ing St ciety meets next Tuesday at the
residence of Mrs. E. D. Kelly.
IIaix. There has sufficient ruin fallen
to enable all the boats to be brought into
use. The river is now at a good stage ot
It appears that out of ihe thirty invita-
tations furnished by Mr. llolladay to
"Major" Cbarraan, there were only three
given to Democrats. How is that for high'.'
The Mtfjor"7 don't like Democrats much,
to .-peak of.
The opposition steamer Calliope came
down fat. til Corvaliis last Tuesday and
went up the river yesterday.
From the Albany TteyLsler : Andrew
Mark tried fording the Santiam at Pond's
ferry with his team. It cost him the. loss
of things in his wagon, worth a small sum.
but came near costing him the loss of
horses, wagon and his orra life. He will
terry in future.
The Democrat of December 2d tells of
the Sheriif of Linn sef'S a big posse,
surrounding a certain farmer's house, his
inin all armed and ready to fire at a mo
ment's fignaL all under the impression
that Slni'lti. alias Bardmen, was inside.
and then the discovery was made that the
supposed highwaymen was an honest old
Irishman iu quest of employment.
Andrew Wiley, of Lebanon, ii under
bonds of $1,000 on i charge of hating
sold liquor to Indians.
Six new members were received into
the Albany Presbyterian Church last Sun
We fake the following from the Herald :
Mr Owens, the first officer of (he ship
Montgomery Castle, was playing on the
middle deck with a child, six months old.
belonging to Captain Hughes. In attempt
ing to go down the hatchway to the lower
dock, he missed the first round of the 'lad
der and tell into the lower hold, twenty
feet beneath, falling on the back part of
his head and was badly injured. The child
was not injured.
A Mrs. Murphy, living at the lower end
of town, was found yesterday morning by
her husband, on the "floor, dead.
The ship Montgomery Castle will be
ready to sail iu about a fortnight. She
will carry one thousand five hundred tons
of wheat to Liverpool
There are at present twenty-six pris
oners in the County Jail.
It will cost the tax-payers.of fbheonnty
$2,000 for the Irial of "Shultz of which
amount $1,000 is as a reward for his cap
ture. Prom the Oretjonian :
The Jury in the ease of the State of
Oregon vs. Chas. JJuren. was dicharged at.
1 1 o'clock A. M. yesterday, after having
been out sixty-seven hours, without being
able to agree upon a verdict. At the first,
there were seven jurors for conviction,
three for acquital and two blank, subse
nuentlv. after receiving further instruc
lions from the court, the jury stood
eleveu for conviction, and one for acqui
tal. and it stood thus at the eloe. The
one man who stood tor acquital, declared
he would so stand if tbe jury were kept
lor a t weivemontti-.
Judge Uice. Gov. Goodwin and others
of the North Pacilie railroad party, "went
up on the O. fc C Railroad. Sunday, to
point several miles beyond Jefferson and
back. We understand they were much
pleased, not only with the road and its
bridges and trestle work, but with the
country through which thev reiser
We understand that Bafgrnan, bi ought
nere uie ottier night trom Ireka, does not
ueny u at ne is the Bargman (commonly
called Shultz last summer) who escaped
from the Steilacoom jail: but he does deny
that he was at Portland at all. His defence
will probably be that favorite cne of
Weller, genior, "a alh ?'oy."
From the Bulletin:
Hon. J. Thompson, member of the
House for Umatilla county, who was
tafcen down with the small-pox at Salem
just before the adjournment of the Legisli
ture. passed through this place last night,
on his way home. He looks well, but the
terrible disease has left iude'llible marks
upon his leat tires.
J. H. Underwood, United States Tota!
Agent, has establised the following new
post offices : In Washington county, at
Glencoe, Greenfield. and Wapiton ;
Marion county, at Turners and Marion;
in Columbia county. Columbia Post Office
at what is known as Goza's landing on
the Willamette slough ; White Salmon,
at the landing cf that name cn the
Columbia river. lie has also changed the
post office at Belpassi to Gervais. and es
tablished Clackamas Post Office at the
railroad station known as Marshfield.
From the Statesman :
Those convicts who arrived the other
day from Jackson county were V. S.
House and Chas. Ilayden convicted of
larceny, breaking into and robbing a safe,
and Thomas Brown for burning a barn.
The property of the Oregon Stage
Company has all been removed from
Salem to Jefferson and the heavy rumble
o,f Concord coaches through the streets of
the Capital is now an echo from the past.
Our lawyers appear much pleased1 with
our new Judge of the Circuit Conrt. Hon.
L. L. McArthnr. We visited the Court
room for a short time during the late ses
sion, and were favorably impressed with
the way in which he seemed to be con
ducting the affairs of that institution.
We congratulate the Judge upon his suc
cess, and hope the good impression that
he has mad npon our people, will re
main for all time to come. Mountaineer
Oreoont a xd Catji-ouxva Stack Cov-
rXT. To-day the miil ronfraetnnd sfock
of the Oregon nnd California Stage Com
pany cbantres hands. The new eontyne
tors and proprietors are Mesi;s. . Bradley
Barlow, of Vermont :-Owen FnPer. of
Tndiam : and J. W. Parker of ICnpsnp.
The officers of. the new fompjihv have
been chosen as follows: Sonerintendenf ,
Fran.- CluQrsracro. Esq. : Division Afn'.
J. -T. Oomctoek. .Terrv Mir;n. nd W. Tj..
Smith ; Portland Agent. B. G. Whitehouse.
Stu.i, they (Iomk. The 3fercury says
that on Inst Fridav a Salem livery man
presented to the State Department, at Sa
lem, another bill of S75 for bucrgy hire,
endorsed by Gov. Woods. This makes
$780 in ali, charged to trie State for buggy
hire for Gov. Woods.
Have" Yorr i Cob'jrr. Old, ;Pnin in the
Chest, or I'.roYichitis ? In f-ct, have you the
premonitory symptoms of tbe -'insatiate
archfr," Cori'iimjitinn ? Know, 'that relief
is at haul in Jl'Utar J! ahum of Wild Cher
BOOT AND SHOE HGBSEa
Grand Opening Out
of or a
Boots 6l Slhoes9
TO BE RETAILED AT
THE LAKUEST A3IOUXT
In Any Retail Store on the Pacific
WE n.WE EOOTS iort
Men, Boys & Children,
OF ALL SHAPES, STYLE and QUALITY.
DIFFERENT KINDS of MEN'S BOOTS
fcEXKERT'3 f'lTILAD QUILTED BOT
'I I 1 1.1 I.I II I I
BUCKINGHAM'S HAND-MADE SEWED
DOOT.S, l-rencn U;iir, single uouuie
.....r Tin ttr.l.x ;)ll hnllp'
TERRELL'S LOOTS, Fine Calf, Channel
N;ii:ca, and i'egge i ana iappcuoie;
Heavy Calf, Double Sole, Wire Quilted
and Tap Soles ; Light Kip, Tap Soles
Men's. Hov's and Children's.
SEIP.ERLICll'S FRENCH SCREWED
PHILADELPHIA MAJJiJ liOUi.-.-j
Ib-avv and Light Calf.
TirviY Viici! .fc noroiiTON'SGOD-
IkUUJ' 'j .
FREY'.-, Ratcheldjr's, Johnson & oo a s
I'ai trid'1--s and unuerwoon it v a
CALF KIP and SLATUUTER ROOTS,
California Work ina;Ie Expressly
1IECHT BROS. UNITED WORKINGMEN,
California iio-opura-!,j a, uoi-
isher Huekiiignarr & llecht's, and On in
Jones' make of ROOTS and SHOES,
UliOGANS. and LADIES' and CHIL
DREN'S DRESS BALMORALS.
We have also a fine assorment of GENTLE
MEN'S FRENCH CALF, HAND-MADE
O-vfaril Ties, Gaiters Prince AlOrrts.
Tl o-e who ons'der themselves difficult to
fit or suit with a Root or .Shoe, we would be
very much pleased to have call and examine
Protzman, Gilllltaii & Co.,
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
No. 12! Front Street,
St diaries Hotel Building.
Messrs. Pkelan & CoIIeiidcr
The well-known THliard Tabic Manufac
tures, of New Yoik, have established at
541 Market St., San Francisco.
An extensive branch of their business, where
they prop ise to keep constantly on hand the
LARGEST and most complete assortment of
B1LLIAHD TAULES, CJAH HS, CUES,
ETC., OX THIS COAST.
I ITHE TADLE'slife of the latest sfttc and
size recently adonted in the Eastern States -
aie manufactured in the best possible man
ner, aifd furnished with PU ELAN'S LAT
EST IMPROVED CUSHIONS.
The new composition Billiard Ball -made
by the Hyatt Manufacturing Co, of Albany,
N. Y., the best substitute tor ivory yet dis-
corered. For sale only by us. Price 51'iOo
All goods sold will be of the best quality,
and the prices fully as low as any other
house in the business.
Parties visiting the city are invited to
Visit oar ware rooms and inspect our stock.
GEO. E. P II ELAN, 511 Market St.
N. B. The public are notified that no
other parties on the 1 acilie coast have the
right to sell Phelan's Cushions. Nov4:3m
Zicbcr & E-SoSton Propr's.2
riHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING T1E-
L furnished and re-fitted the above named
Hotel, will UeiiC'efiMth conducted on the
Eooms can be had by the DaVj Yeek
A RESTAURANT in the Iloue. under
he management of PIERRE MANC1ET, late
of the Lafayette.
Owing to its location and consfrtictien, it
is the most desirable Hotel in the City, and
we intend keeiuxg it as it oigut to ee
Free OoitfJi ant ila-g.ixe titgon to
ml Iniui file Hotel.
2IEBER & IIOLTON, Proprietors.
Oilier if the Oregon and Citliiuriiia.
net. 2ltf. Stasc (diuu tuv
"Per Special Complaints "
DR. CLARK'S 1NVIGORATOR GIVES
tdreiifrth t: the izvd and debilitated ;
it's especially designed for young m.-n who
have wasted their vigbr br excesses of every
kind, and all persons whose systems have
become weak by imprudence, are completely
retoied bv its use. Price, one dollar.
Dir. CLARK'S PURlFElt cleanses the
blood from all impurities ; such as Sciofuln.
Syphilis, Mercurial Uiieuin;i1im, Humors of
every suit, Lad Breath, Oller.sive l'erspira
tion, rout rect, Catarrh, Discharges fio.n
the Ear, Sore Eyes. Sore Throat, Fiillin of
the Hair, Ulcers, Boils, Pimples; Blotches,
iind all diseases of the Lunirs and Digestive
Orirans. Price,, one dollar:
DR. CL-MlK'S PANACEA relieves paie
of every description. Headache, Earache,
Toothache, Stomachache. Backache, Pain in
the Lreast and Limbs. Jt is an invaluable
remedy in all Nervous Disorders, and no
family should be without it. Price, one
DK. CLAHK'S ELIXiil is a certain cure
f.r all weakness of the Ge: ito-Urinary Or
gans, and discharges of a muco-pui uleut na
ture, Leiicorrhea, Gonoirhea, Spermator
rhea, and Seminal Weakness, are speedily
cured bv its use. Price, one do.lar.
DR. CLARK'S REGULATOR, for females
only, is guaranteed to coirect all special
irregularities and. difficulties of single la
dies. Married ladles are cautioner not to
use it when in a ccit&in condition, as its
effects would be too powerful. Pi ice, one
All of these celebrated remedies are pre
pared from Fluid Extracts under I'r. Clark's
immediate supci vi-ion, and are' warranted
fresh and pure. All afflicted persons should
s':'ud a carefully written statement of their
ailments to Dr. Clark, ami the proper rem
edy will be sent piomptly to their address.
Dr. Clark can he consulted personally at ins
ollice, ami will furnish a 1 tlie necessary ac
commodations to patients who lace them
selves under his cure. Ail letters addressed
to DR. J.CLARK,
Novll ly 1270 Broadway, New York.
WILL DISPATCH TIILTR STEAMERS
FROM OREGON GITY
FOR TOUTLAKD :
At 7 A. M., every day, except Sunday.
Monday, Tuesday. Thurs
day and Friday,
Salenij Albany and Corvallis.
MONDAY, WEDNSSHAY AND .FRIDAY
A. A. McCULLl", President.
Nov. 16. lST0.r4o.tf
St. raids (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
V. Sellwood. rector. Services on Sunday
at lofc a.m. and 7 P. m. Sunday School
and Bible class at -J. p. m.
1st Congregational Church. . . . . .Scats Free
Moraine Services, lo.4.
Sabbath Schr.ol, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services.. i o cioek
Rkv. E. Ckkky, Acting Pastor
Sunday eyenin', 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening ( o c.ock.
. K. Church,. .Seats Free.
Mornins Services, T 10.30
F.veaini Se vices, T o'clock.
C1-t Meet in or following Moi lunar Services.
Praver MeetiiifiThuisd ivevudiiT 7 co'clok.
Za. tutu School iit - o cijck.1'. il
1'HB MEW; POOD. .
For a f?w. cents yon cau fcxy
cf ycur Grocer cr DruId a
Iclin-Gof SEAilOSS FAHINE,
made from pure Irish Soss or
CaiTacca, vliicli ivill inato
sixteen quarts cf Blanc Simigo,
and a liko qnaiiiity cf Pud
dings, Ccstjirtls, Croan:s, Char
lotte lUisse, tic. It is the
cheapest, healthiest, r.nd most
delicious food in tho 70rld. It
mahes a splendid Dessert, and
hzs no equal a light and
dclicato food for Invalids and
A Glorious Chano ! !
rrxzr: cusat wcrvLO-a Tcrrrc.
- T3js vo2Sci"Kl vegetable
rcsios;itsvc t!so r'lwt-zz-
clsor of .tSac fceSo n:ccl clcfls
Cnlctl, A' n Conic ccrclirl
for l:c cod nzzi l:zi2 zizlzl, it
ncEajcs, As n vczzicily tlza
ivorrscn arc cs;5-Ec2s3Jy cw2j
ccS, Li - GEi?tc:sCiiii23 every
olhcs EiisziS?, Eli ;a"l Cn
issajcs, tropica:, tcsapcraic,
or ifi'ij5cl, SI acts ti" ti specsfic
ia every specacs of filisordca
I'iftfcKa KsideraaaSsacs C5a Eodiily
fejrcEByr&Ea Jisitl forea5s cHowaa CSsu
ass3csaal spirits, For sale toy
' Aug. 20, lsT0:ly
AnlnfaUibTo moon j?i:iiiFrr-3. possess
ing rare l asic and r;ci; !.E propcrtics-1-d,
certain cure for EsaEErjasATi.sss, c;ocjr.
Ki'itALCii., and all kindred Diecascs;
It completely restores the system vvlien im
paired hy disease, revives tbe action of tl-.J
iiiis:va oaJ GEsr.vi. orcaxs, radi
cally cures scBortxA, salt sactii
and all eiiittivi; ij citaxeous Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in dyspepsia, ekysipeias, Tumors,
Eoiis, Scald Head, Fleers and Sores; erad:
catcs from the eystcm all traces of Jlercurial
It is erisEi.Y vcnETAm-E, bein, made
from an herb found indigenous in California,
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for nso by
rcmales and Children, as a hlood pc::ii-E-i;:n
For Sala by all Drticitti.
R E B t H QTQ ft , HCSTETTER CO.
529 and 531 Market Street,
NewGooils ! New Gco'ds !
BEfiS LEAVE TO INFOIlM T E PUBLIC
that he has refitted the old stand, corner
Main and Seventh St.s., Oregon City, and has
received an entire uw stock of fiuods, con
DRY GOOf, GROCERIES,
CR OCKER Y, G.. I SS ii 'A R E,
and a rcner.il assortment of evervthing in
our line. Thankful tor past favors, we still,
solicit a share of the uhlic patromige.
Country l'reduee taktn in txchangelfor
Of the BARNUM RESTAURANT, Main.
street, OREGON CITY,
Be to inform the public and his friends
that he has leased tae lower part ot tbe
Which he has opened as a
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT,
The tablp w'll at all times be supr lied with
tue Lesi me maisei anorus.
Orders for suppers and parties wilibe
1 July :tf
REDINGTm', 1IOSTEJTER & CO.
Stop tliat Coijglilisg!
Some of yeu can't, and we pi'y you.
Yon have tried every remedy but tho
ONE destined; by i!s intiin.-io merit, to
supersede all similar preparations. It
is 'not surprising you should be reluc
tant to trv something else af.crthe many
. . ,. j .. . c i.
exnerinients vcu nave nmuc ui uumiv
certain cure ; tut
oa the public
&Gwe!Ts Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy evr
compounded for tl.e cure of Coitghst
Colds, Sore Throats, Adhma, Whooping
Vugltfi, Brornhiii (ind Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oreprou have been already btnetitedby
the surprising cvrutive powers of
raeven'o Pu ; m o nary Syrup
and with one ac; ord give it their un
Ye now address ourselves to all who
are. unacquainted w ith his, the greatest
panacea ol the aye. for the healing of alt
diseases of the Tin-out and JLuug,
assuring you that
PJcwcII'g Pulmonary Syrup
lins cured thousands, anr1 it will cure
YOLI. if you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the taste; ooth
ing, healing and strengthening iu its
Jell'ects ; entirely free fr'in all poisonous
or deleterious drugs.and pei fectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For Sa.Ie iy allDrtiggists.
REDING ION, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
IIQ and -IIS Front street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
ll'Iueh confidently ecr-r.n(ndid a the
best prcpai tion new Ufvre the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly concentrated form all the
properties of Ji.maiea (unger.has become
one of the n l ( t popular tlomestie reme
dies f.u- all diseases of the stomach aud
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable
to all pers his recovering from debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
-f-.ir wLiie it imparts to the system all the
jilow and vigor that can be juodneed by
wine or brandy, it is entirelj' free fn-m
the reaeti'iuai v clltcls thUt lollow the
use of spirits of any hind.
It is also an excellent remedy for
females who puller from difficult men
struation, giving sluicst immediate re
lief to the spasms that so frequently ac
company that period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by riding in a railroad car, or by
sea sickness, or other causes.
It is also valuab le as au external ap
plication for Cout, Rheumatism, Neu
KJiEIXCiTOr-r. IIOSTETTER Sl CO.,
4.1 C and IIS Front street, San Francisco,
F I av o r I n E x tracts
APE THE PERFECTLY PERE AND
highly concentrated Extracts from Frtsh
Fruits, prejiared with great care.
They are put up in superior style, and
in a bottle lidding TWICE AS'MUCII
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other aie neaily so cheap.
Whenever tested on i heir merits, they
hare been adapted in ineierence to ail
otheis. ami are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS ol the Pacitic
MARK TEE ADYAXTAGES.
1'y purchasing Rcdingtem's Conceh
trated Flavoring Extracts, yeu obtain an
article not only superior in richness and
delicacj ol flavor to any other of a simi
lar nature, biit. far moie economical, be
caase each bottle holds double the
quantity contaim-d in a buttle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
IXIUlXtiTO?.", IIOSTETTER S, CO.,
Agctfts for the PaciQc Coatt:
Would yon escape FEVER AND AGUE,
and presei ve Leu lib and vigor during the
s ckly season, make occasional use of the
If you are ATTACKED with Chills
and Bilious l ever, or have been a victim
to such disease, and used other so-called
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at onee the safest and surest
by utdnr, according lo directions
MhSm & POLLARD'S
or, Fever and Ague Pills. Time has
proved them thoroughly. to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or other mineral or
chemical. They are exclusively vege
table. Thc3 stimulate the functions of
the liver. Congestion is impossible where
they arc used. They do not deter irom
chiiiy labor. By a-sT-ting diiie.-tion they
add iiesh and inu-c'e,to the fian e. They
are adapted to all ages and Lotto sdxes,
ar.d as a
Will CURE in their incipiency, tbrce
fuutthsot all disease incidental to a
mahii-ious climate. For Dyspepaia, iu
small doses, they have no equal.
For sale by all Druggists.
REDIXGTO.V, IJOSTETTEIl & CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
health and disease, has never received
from any medicine such marked and un
mistakable assistance, on the side of
health, as it Las Lour
KeweiS's Pulmonary Syrup
KEDIXGTOI?, IIOSTETTEK & CO.,
410 and 418 Front street, San Francisco.
A UC TION AND COMMISSION
AUCTIONEER! ; ' 0
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Fertlfin&
AUCTION SALES ' h
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Uercban o c
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. liiciiARDsoK, Auctioneer, o
AT PRIVATE SALE. G
English refined liar and Bundle Iiou '
English Square and Octagon Cant steel ,
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws
Screw s, Fiy-pans, sheet iron, li. G. ll-on ;
also : - sr
A large assortment of Groceries and LiqfcbM-
A. Jj.'Riciiarlsox, Auctioucfcr O
Harvest . ci 1B19 l
SdUtiy off to Close JBuiin4t o
REDY-ilATJE GIOTHIKG Q
C0TS A1JD S2ZCES.
ileus' Ladies, 5IisseS' and Cbildrens'
HATS AKD CAV&
Groceries, Crcekcry Glass and Plafdd
ware, raints, Uils, Lainpg,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
lias rjoi to le sold O
egardEess cf Priced
T To convince vonrself wifli vbvnptt'iH O
this matter, call at the old corner. .
South cf Ivpe 8- Co.'s Tin Sttrei -
J. U. i?AL8TOly,:'
IS STILL AT IIIS OLD STAND.
CORNER OF MAIN ami S1NT11 STREETS,
WHERE II E W O U L D INVITE II IB
friends, and the public in general; to
call and examine his stock. consisUtisr Ot ft
general assortment of
Mats aiaeS Csii
- Hardware, , . , ;,
??5r Ilavincr frorr mnnv fpnis' p-rnpi ipnre
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS.
LIES 1 11 SEAI-l PE0FITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Silence the Cry of Pnr.land Puces!
Oregon City, August USth, lSU'J.
UNDER TEE COURT HOUSE,
OKEGON CITY. ORE;oN.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
We also constantly keep on band
SALEM CASS I MERES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND RLANKETSj
"Which we w ill sell at the Factory Prices,
and will take wool iu exchange.
tT"iXe w ill 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
JKe" Give us a tall and satisfy ymrraelves.
DAVIS R. SMITH,
Civil and Mechanical Kiigiiicor,
Solicit: r cf American and Foreign
.PATENTS . q
421 MO.T(;03IEKV STREET, -
P. 0. BOX 1161,
AVilU srntScs i" AV'asliinglon, Lon
tloii, Pai is, Vieiii", (e.
Specifications and Drawings Prepared, Ex
aminations Madp, Caveats Filed, Icreign Pat
ents Obtained, Rejected Applications Prose
cuted Interferences Conducted, Lxtensious
Applied tor, Re issues Procured, Assign-nu-nts
Prepared, and ,
Patent Business of Everr licscilptiow
Sept.23.1870;1y. . '
VOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
A discretion, causimr servous debility,
premature decay. Ac., having tried m vin
every advertised remedy, has a simple
means of self cure, w hich be will tentl free
to los fellow-pulferers. Address J. IJ. TAT
TLE, 73 Nassau st., New Yc:k.