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l)C iDtckln (Enterprise
TOWS AND tOUXTV.
Stabbixo Affray. Last Saturday a boy
Kbout IT years cf age. named Nathan IIil
iery. stabbed another boy eeVcral times in
ihc back with a pocket knife,
severe tbotigb not dangerous wounds
The boys had some trouble about an u
watch and took this mean.3 to. cuttle the
Sifficulty It is a Bad state of affairs srhen
boys ofthM age carry thlr little trouble
to an exienPwhich becomes criminal, and
we Lope" tliat these liorS may prow wiser
and better as thoj jfoV ohk'r, or they
hiay be the cause of bringing their parents
to an unhappy grave, and themselves
(feitber to the penitentiary or gallows.
CoNCKur. Our citizens were treated
with a rare musical entertainment last
Saturday and Monday evenings by the
VieilJttemps Bros, and the Taylor Family
(Mart, Taylor.) The music by the two
brothers eyas excellent, and the humor
displayed by Mart. Taylor kept the house
In a constant roar. The Hall was crowded
lo its utmost capacity both evenings, ana
bur citizens have looked happier and
youriger ever since, owing, uo doubt, to
Ifc hearty laughs they had. We cannot
harticnl arize any part of the performance,
but suffice it to say that it wai the best
that has ever b'een'in this city since our
residence here. VTn hope they may have
fcrowded houses wherever they go.
Cif Axr.Ki Ao.u.v. The time of the ar-
rivaran'd departure of the mails front this
city has again undergone a change. The
lnail arrives . now from the south iii the
tnoraing at about 11 b "clock, and from
J'(rtland in the afternoon about 4 o'clock.
We have been so long accustomed to hav
ingyhtt mail a ider the old management
that the change comes somewhat awkward,
but we suppose we must get used to it.
I.noitTAXT. Mr. John Myers has an im
porUtat notice under the h'Jad of ' New
To-day" to otif readers. Read it. lie
Mill continues to sell goods at a small
profit, and wants persons to call and set
tle tfp their accounts tor last year, and
then he will be ready to open a new ac
count fof the present.
Ciiaxoko IIaxps. The Cliff House has
changed hands. Mr: Leon Delouey has
Hold out to Messrs. Pascal A Sanborn. Tiie
hew proprietors have a high reputation as
hotel keepers, and we are assured that
they will fully sustain the high reputa 'oi
the Cliff House has. so deservedly ucqui:Kd
while: under the charge of Mr. Delouey.
CADKNDAisa We are under obligations
lo Mr. J. M. Bacon, postmaster, and to
Messr3. Johnson & McCown, agents for the
Pacific Insurance Company, for very
handsome calendars for 1.S71.
0lKSKXTATio--Mri A. A. McCtilly and
bther officers of the P. T. Co.. pfesbntl'd to
Mr. William Marshall. In behalf ol the
Company, a very flue gold watch, as a
token of their appreciation of his services.
Indian- Dance. The Indians are having
a salmon dance on the Clackamas. It
bommenced last Monday night, and is to
continue live nights. All the Indians in
1 his county are present, by a general itivi
Po.stma.stki'.. Cap't. J. C. Norton has
been "appointed postmaster at Clear Creek,
and the postoflice has been removed to his
fctore."1- Mr. William Moreland ha?!, been
appointed postmaster at Nee!v, in this
County, Potli these appoimntents are ex
cellent. Nkkdkd While the Postal Agent is
establishing po?t.(T!ces anywhere oil the
iine of the ntilrMd, '.vould it hot be well
for him to attend a little to the wants of
the people (Hl'the railroad ?
Ki'iKXK. Two boats have been to Eti-
ne (luring the past week. Freight is
coining down the river in great nbmi 1
anee. and the warehouse is kei t fit 11 to
Snow. Snow fell last Tuesday night iti
sufficient quantity to whiten the ground,
but it disappeared in the dar'.y part of the
Coming. The Wellington Sisters are
Announced '0 give an entertainment at
Myers' Hall to morrow eveninir;
Skwixij Socikty. The Episcopal Sew
ing Society will meet next Tuesday after
noon at the residence' of Mrs. Clark.
A Carp. The Vioo'tempS Pros, and
Taylor "Family return their hearty thanks
to "the people'of Oregon City for courtesies
extended to theirt, especially mentioning
the loan of instruments and good will of
Ihe people in furnishing items for local
Song. Respectfully, ,
'SxvkE.s ix Boots.'7 We have known
men, whose noses were beginning to blos
ftom, who were occasionally troubled with
-snakes in their boots."
Not long ago we were experimenting
with a microscope? and among the things
subjected td its Uonderlul powers was a
Small di(? of brandy brandy that, had
teen purchased of one of the druggists ol
this city for medicinal purposes. How
suppose you. did it look? It appeared
like a lake Whose L'anlts were covered
with denSe and liearttiftil forests, the leaves
of which reflected all the gorgeous tints of
llie rainbow. And so far very well. But
the lake itself was absolutely full of liv
ing animalcule in every Conceivable shape
tadpoles, bull frogs, lizards, terrapin al
ligators, tarantula, scorpions, and finally
Several . big. red eyed, forked-tongned
Snakes'. We looked for the devil himself;
but he was not in that drop like he is
in some others. If such things exist in the
purest and best brands of Honor, what
tuust there, be ii rot-intestine whisky?
We don't wonder that some poor fellows
have snakes in their boots not now we
don't. Ilow caT a man who has from one
to six iuches of whisky in lite stomach
daily each drop Containing miliums oS
animalcule of the reptile order expect to
be without snakes in his stomach ? And
where there are Po many, how can he pre
vent some of l hem from working down in
to his boot? Bed Eock Democrat.
Eleven hundred shefp belonging to S
IT. Wart on the Touchet. have lately died
On examination, a species of worm called
a leech, is found in the liver of the dead
Sheep, -and this is supposed to be the cause
In Dodge county. Wisconsin, a German
while on his way to the polls, intending
to vote a Republican ticket which he held
in bis hand, said to a friend :
"I peiieves it ish not right to go vote
dish, but I makes bromise to do hiui und
I do him.7'
Hardly were the words out of his
mouth when be fell dead. A solemn
warning other volers mar do well to heed.
New Postmaster. Capt. Z. C. Norton
has just received his commissicd as Post
master at Clear Creek. Clackamas county.
eMails for that section of country willhere
Air be forwarded to bis plac?.
The Ti:.sEny.-We have received the
Xursery for January, published by John
L. Sbdrey. No. 3G BrbohifiVU street, Bos
ton. It is one of the vry best young
folks" magazines published in the United
States, beautifully illustrated, and full of
good reading matter for young .people.
It is published for SI 50 per annum, and
no better present could be given to any
American- Stock Jornx.vr.. The Decem
ber number comes to lis with a new and
handsomely engraved cover, and an at
tractive table of contents, varied to suit
the tastes of almost every Fanner. Stock
Breeder. Dairyman. Poultry Keeper, Sec.
while the splendid Premiums oifered make
it an inducement to all to work for if.
Specimen copies. Show bill. &c. sent free
Address N. P. Buyer & Co.. Publishers"
Parke.sbnr. Chester County. Pa,
A rro i x r m e x ts .The f o 1 1 o w i n z a p p o i n f
meats have been made bv His Excellency
Ihe Governor during the week: John C.
Work. Notay Public, Multnomui counts
P. L. Willi, Notary Public. Salem. Marion
county ; Erasmus M. Correll. Commissioner
of Deeds, Hebron. Nebraska.
Two members of" ComTess are
J alxmt to be arrainretl in the Crim
inal Court here to answer indict
ments for converting the pension
money of soldiers' widows by fort
ius their names, and for bigamy.
We will not prejudge them. Jut
the occasion invites reflections of a
scope and gravity seldom incident
to such trials. Xir. Yl. K. Kutler,
Mr. Bowen, Mr. Whittemore, Mr.
Deweese, and, upon perfectly cred
ible statements, several other mem
bers of Congress are now subject to
prosecution for various felonies.
One, elected to Congress, remained
at home, iii consequence of a recent
exposure of his attempt to deal in
counterfeit money. It is remark
able that these lirpresentatives are
not only all extreme Kadieals, but
that thev arc nearly all of the class
tnrition )eculiany scandalous to
1 .,, v,.,,.,, ., f ; -i-..t -i,;,. 1. r...,.,
ap)li(.'l in common speech by peo
ple of all parties.
Let us inquire how a specific
class of Congressional incumbents,
among whom the detection ofbribe
tak'orsj counterfeiters, bigamists,
and forgers excites no surprise,
have come to exist in our day, and
What causes have provoked such a
It will not be disputed, that if the
Southern States were fully admitted
to their just rights in the Union,
their representatives would com
pare, as they have always hereto
fore done, with the hightest stand
ard of Congressional character. And
it is equallv certain that their votes
would be almost unatiimouslv east
against high t a rifts, subsidies, and
schemes whereby monopolies are
aggrandized. Jhit class legislation
is now notoriously rife, and the
vast combinations engaged in pro-
curing it ii.ive an interest m excimi- j
ing from Congress every man who j
maV be suspected of opposition to 1
their selfish imlicv. Hence the ef- !
forts which have been made to pre
serve the present ascendency over
the National Legislature, by means
the most unjust, inhuman, and out
rageous. This ascendency arose from a
coincidence involved by Avar be
tween the mercenary and the
vainglorious, ever since bound to
gether for mutual aid, and calling
themselves, together with the con
fiding masses who have not yet de
tected the imposturCj the Ilepubli
On the other hand, the persua
sion of the people that in the war
they were carrying the musket of
the Constitution, and conquering
the ewenih's of fraternal Union, nat
urally authorized the 'expectation
that the cause was consumated
when the Confederacy laid down
its arms and honestly resumed an
eoual allegiance to the laws.
This result, sedulously inculcated
wherever volunteers were solicited,
threatened., nevertheless, to be
fatal to their colossal combination
for power and profit. The super
vention of peace would detect the
fraud as the. rising fun daits
through the mists of night. 1'e-i
criminaucii; Subsiding m general
jov, was easily exasperated. The
distracted, bleeding, and voiceless
South could only appear ii! the
Xorth as Northern observers
might describe Agitation was the
word, and libel the means. The
consequences were well .assured.
Passion was roused, the negro ele
nluut employed as an instrument of
insult, thousands of venal agitators
sent through the South, wholesale
slander acredited by Congress, the
army, and the Freedmifs Bureau,
whue tl e constitutional clemency
of the President was denounced,
and the agitation culminated in di
viding the Executive and Congress.
And, after years of unrepresent
ed anxiety, the pretence escaped
popular detection in the exciement
ui me ua mat me rsoutii was
more treasonable than ever, and
the rings-."' triumphed in the most
aoonnnaDie .measure ol moderii
times the outlawry of ten States
of the Union, and the loading cf
all their intelligent and virtuous
citizens with legislative attainders,
bills of pains and penalties, and
r-x pyt ftwto laws, all expressly
forbidden by the Constitution of
But tliis enly opened the Yr.iv.
To deny representation was not
enough lo insure their power .Hid
their plunder. -It was necessary
to aid to their Congressional
strength against inevitable veac-
,n :,. t. "V.-rl. ti i i
Uon U ne .Noitll. ihe clianty j
wlmse plea for mercv had Ih-ph i
arowneu ni tne incited ovfries of
hate, mnst ere loncj somd the sac
red name of Aitniesty in the voice
of sovereign autlioritv. Xow aiose
e loIdest crime of all for lerpet- ;
uation as the only teciiritv of
cess. The forms and local ma
chinery of Congressional elections
were to be revived among a peo
ple who were to be excluded from
choosing representatives, and
agents of the usurpation, with mil
itary cooperation, were to come up
to Congress, clothed in a spurious
representative character, to hold,
in the interest of their patrons, the
seats of proscribed constituencies
on the floors of national legislation!
That this detectable dishonesty
might bo the less obvious the
"rings" upheld the semblance of
amnesty, peddling it in the South
to desperate, the mercenary, or the
confiding, in return for their sup
port at these sham elections, The
individuals who have been found
qualified, by habitual knavery to
accept and preform such a service,
are popularly known as '"carpet
And we inquire further, why,
without surprise, tile public witness
the intrusion into the Capiiol of the
claims of the penitentiary? Pat
riot. Oregon City Prices Current,
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
icles are selling, in this market :
WHEAT White, bushel, UU0$1
OATS "f, bushel. 40 cts.
POTATOES bushel. 5073 cts.
ONIONS bushel, SI ()!!V,S1 50.
FLOUU "f bbl. So U0(o)S3 50.
PEANS White, 7 Lb.. cts.
DIH EL) FRUIT Apples," lb., 5c;
Peaches. lb., lfi$c: Plums, ) Hi., 15
10 cts.: Currants, "j), lb.. 1U,20 cts.
PUTTER-- lb.. HUcts.
Et.OS "jl dozen. '.5 c's.
CHICKENS dozen, S3 00.
SEGA 11 Crushed. lb., 20 cts.; Island
v io., ioov'i.j v. - i vr. ? yj. jl is uiOt j
San Francisco refined
lb . KJi cts.
-Young Hyson. lb., SI 50 ; Ja-
V, lb., yocSl
'..) ; Black, (f. To., inc.
COFFCC B..2." cts.
SALT ib., cts.
SYRUP Heavy Golden, all., POc. ;
Ex. HeaVv Golden. f); gall., SI 00
BACON Hams. B.., 1G cts 5 Sides,
15 cts. lb.: Shoulders, 10 cts.
LARl)-"rl lb.. 12.12i cts.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene. "fl gall.. 75c.
100; Linseed oil. raw. J jrall.. SI o'O :
Linseed oil. txtiled. gall., SI GO.
WOOL V? lb.. 20,22 cts.
BEEF On toot, 7 Or.S cts Tb.
POKK On foot. fi7cts. lb.
SHEEP Per head. .-S2 0(S2 50.
HIDES -Green, B lb.. 5c. ; Dry. 11 lb..
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Consult, ihe "Jouhnai; Cor the same;
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Exhibit symvtoms of decline.
Apply at oi;vj the tnie prescription.
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Just how to mix and how to give ;
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Tell how to work and how to teed.
All( wht.n to vesl Jn timt of net,( .
How crops to grow, and how to cures
How to make and apply manure
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Tells how to frear and how drive.
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Tims every month the whole jear round,
These useful lesson may be found.
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Paikesburg. Chester County, Pa.
Office,,, :Vo. G-t Front Street,
POIJTIiAN L, - - - OREGON.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
SpsDial Collector of Claims.
A laire amount of CITY and EAST PORT
LAN I) 1'mperty for Sale.
Also, IMPi.'OVEf) FARMS, and valuable un
cultivated LANDS, located in all parts of
Investments in REAL ESTATE and other
PROPERTY made foi correspondents.
CLAIMS of all descriptions promptly col
lated. HOUSES and STORES leased.
Ail kinds of Financial and General Agency
Parties bavins- FARM PROPERTY for sale
will pla-e uriii-h descriptions of the same
to the AGENTS OF THIS OFFICE, in
each Cf the principal CITIES ai.d TOWNS
of this STATE.
Ilebeccii Degree IoiJge So. a, It O. O. F
Q Q Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in O Id Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree aie incited to
attend. Pv order of N. O.
AVillsimette r.iJge Xo. I. O, C. T
Meets every Saturday evening, at. the roorr.S
S.E. corner of Main and Filth streets, r.t 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. IJy order of Y. C. T.
CiiArri n Hands an& Fack, sore lips, dry
ness ol the skin, A:c, &c, cured at once by
lineman's Camphor Ice with Glycerine,
it keeps the hand's soft in all weather. See
that you gt liegeman's. Sdl by all drug
gists onlv 2" cents. Manufactured only by
Hegetnan Sz Co., ('hem sis and Druggists,
XeTv York. dec30-ly
EVERY ONE HIS OWN IHK TR.
A private m.-truCtor fr manied persons
Or tiiosc: ab'ut to be married, both male and
feiri de. in everything concerning the phvs
iolotrv ftifd r cdatiuns of our sexual system,
and the production and prevention of oif
spMiiL', in I'T ing all the new discoveries
never bet'ee siren in the English language,
bv WM. YtiUXG, M. 1. This is really a val
u'tble and interesting work. It is written
in plain I 1 rmige for the gerieral reader, and
is illustrated with numerous engravings.
All young ma- : ie l people, or those con te na
pkin" ig m'arriage, and baring the least i.m-pedini'-nt
to married life, Should read this
ii-iok It, di.-closes secrets that every one
should be acquainted with ; Still it i3 S bfik
that must be locked up and not lie about
the h nise. It w 11 Vie sent to any address
on re eipt of tiff v cents. Address Dr. YM.
wt, .No.4ib5piucesireeiaonve rourui,
3iil(nu th Iol xe Xo. 1, A . F.smtl
A. i .Holds its reiiuhir commun'ca
t'.uis on the First and Third Stifiir-
v each month, at 7 o'clock from
-1 .e '2"ih of September to the 2oth of
Mirch. and 7j o'clock from the 2oth of
M ircl to the 2oth of September. Breth
Tela standing are invited ta attend.
Juec. i.j,l ; , (., By order cf Vf . M:
Oregon Lodge Xo. 3, ! O. of O. F.--
S Meets every Thursday even
kS ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
II all, Slain s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. X. G.
St. Paula f Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John 4
W . .Selhvooj, rector, services on Mmnay
at loi a.m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m.
1st Congregational Ctmrch
Sabhath School, . :
. .Seats Free
12 o'cloi k M.
Rev. E. (JeiIky, Acting I'astor
, .5 o'clock
M. E. Church, , , Seats Free.
Moi-ainpr Services, il0.3o,
Evening Sei vices, . . . . ; ; 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting follnving Mondng Services.
1 'raver M eting Tiiuisd iyevening 7 co'clok.
I'ain is supposed t be the lot of us poor
mortals, as inevitable as death itself and
liable at any time to come upon us. T here
lore it is lmpoitant that remedial agents
i-hould be at hand to be used on an finer
gencv, when the seminal principle lodged in
the system shall develope itself, and we feel
the excruciating agonies of pain, or the de
pressing influence oi disease. Such a reme
dial agent exists in the Pain Killer, whose
fame has made the circuit of the clobe
Amid the eternal ices of the polar re&lonff or
beneath the intolerable and burning sun of
the tropics, its virtues are known and appre
ciated. Under ail latitudes, from the one
extreme to the other, suil'ering humanity has
foun:l relief from many of its ills by its use.
The wide and broad area over which this
medicine has spread, attests its value and
potency. From a small beginning, the Pain
Killer has pushed gradually along, making
its own highway, solely b;. its virtues.
Such unexampled success and popularity
has brought others into the field, who have
attempted, under similarity of name, to u.-'urp
the Conliiieiu e of the people and turn it to
their own selfishness and dishonesty, but
tneir efforts have p oved fruitless, while the
Pain Killer is still growing iu public lavor.
Jan. o. hi 111
SEWING MACHINES ! !
T7E SELL THE SINGER. WHEELER
Wilson, Howe, Elliptic; Gmver &
Laker, Weed, I'arham, Keystone, JJK-es,
Gold Medal, Amenca.i cotubiua ion, Davis,
Empire, 'inkle & Lyons, VVi.rox & Gibbs
wi.ii u complete out lit, late t improrements,
ail extra attachments and oaseet ?o.
The U ilson, l-'oisum, MeLeuu h Hooper,
Darthrain & lauton, wi h out tit. improve
ments, all e.vtra attachments and case at J-3S.
The IJirrkeye, Dianmiid, Amei iran, Home
Shuttle, JJiisto! with omlit, taole, attach
ments and case, at ).
'ihe Couiiuoa Sense, Octagon, Banner and
all other hand machines with outiit hemmer
and tucker at 12. No toy machines sold.
A complete set cH' attachments for hem
ming liiiej coarse and wide, binding any ma
terial, quilting, tucking and making the next
tuck, milling and gathering, doing a'way
whh bast.ng altogether. M.ide to su.t i.uy
machine. On y tne complete set sold, $0. "
The Lamb at ,-;- : the (.'rane at $15 ; the
Hiiikley. Diamond gJ7 ; the Uicklbrd, Auie. -
lean, H.SSICK, New Haven 'Jo.
"When the money is sent with the order
we ship wah all height charges prepaid as
far as the Mississippi, or sent 0. O. D., on
receipt of ha. I the amount, aud churgis
L. FERKifS a CO,,
511 KING STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.
$100 A MOUTH
I7NERGFTiC TEIlSONS, C
jj doctors, lawyers, agents,
tanners, salesmen, dealers, and all others,
male and fern do willing to give iheir whole
time or pari 6f it, can easily make .
$100 OR MORE A MONTH,
by engaging in light, honorable and staple
business, iu which o nvmey is required.
No competition Exclusive teriitory given.
Reference? as to character required. Stamps
for return postage desired. Write your ad
dress in f oil and plainly.
H. A. CARTY,
NO. S15 CIIESNUT STREET,
ACTIVE PERSONS WASTED.
JFliOKA.li 6U I 3 JE
QT 1 -
HE FIRST EDITION OF ONE HUN
dred athl filtv thousand coiues of VicU's
l.l tist ra tel Catuloiiiip of hfttls iiml
Flurni (jieitclc, is published 3nd ready to
send out loo paeS. and tin engraving ot
almost every desirable Flower and v egetable.
It is eleg.m ly printed, on tine tiut.'ii paper,
Illustrated wiihilme Hundred line. Wood
Engravings and Two beautiful
The most beauti ul and the most instructive
Fhual Guidrf published. A GERMAN EIH
riON 1 -ublished, iu ad other respects similar
to the English.
Seat iree to a' I my customers of 1S70. as
.iapi II v as possible, without a;q':catio:i. S'mhI
to all others who order them forT.-.N C'ENTi.
which is not half the cost. Address
J.5H VI Ii,
dec23rnl Ii ch, ster, N. Y.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
i undersisned has 1'i ni api-ointea A iminis
trator of the estate of Francs Jones, dec eased,
lae of Clackamas county, Ureg,n. All persons
having claims Hsainst .-tsd e-stare will present
them within six jnontns, at the residence of tire
undersized in said c'T-JQJiy j GARD
Jan. :, lsrirsrl Aimuiktiitcr.
Sa..liath S.-hmi :.t 2 o eloeU I': M
BOOT AHb SHOE HOUSE.
Grand Opening Out
Boots & Shoes,
TO BE RETAILED AT
THE LARGEST AMOt'XT
In Any Retail Store on the Pacific
WE n.lVE BOOTS FOR
Men, Boys & Children,
OF ALL SHAPES, STYLE and QUALITY.
DIFFERENT KINDS ef
BEX KK IT'S
1'IIILAD (. IIILTED
BUCKIXO HAM'S HANDMADE SEWED
BOOTS, French Calf, Single Double
and Tap Soles : till shapes ;
EIUIKLL'S BOOTS, Fine Calf, Channel
N:ii:ed, and Pegged and Tapped Sole ;
HeavjF Calf, Double Sole, Wire Quilted
and Tap Sides ; Light Kip, Tap Soles
Men's, Iv's and Children's.
SElBHIiLICJl'S FRENCH SCREWED
PHILADELPHIA MADE BOOTS,
lleavr and Lit;ht Calf.
REED'S. FOGG & HOUGHTON'S GODFREY'.-,
Batchelder's, Johnson & Wood's
Partridge's and Underwood & Co's
' CALF Kip and SLATGHTElt BOOTS,
E.:slei n Manufacture.
Ciilifariiia, Work i:i.rte Expressly
Kol I s.
IIECHT BROS. UNITED WORKINGMEN,
California Co-opcatives, M.uks 4t (al
isher, Bii.-kiiisri a it Ilecht's, aud On in
Jones' make of BOOTS and SHOES,
Bi.'OGANS. and LADIES' and CHIL
DREN'S DRESS BALMORALS.
We have also a fine assonnent of GENTLE
MEN'S FiiENCIl CALF, HAND-MADE
Ojfad Tits, Gaiti m Prin Allje ts.
Ti ose who c nis'der themselves difticn't to
fit or su t with a Boot or Shoe, we would be
very much pleased to have call and examine
Protzsiian, GUIihaii & Co.,
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
PJo. 121 Front Street,
St. t fiaiks il tel liuilding.
An Infallible Dtonn pirifieii, possess
ing rare toic and si;nviE properties
a certain cure for niirxn tish, goit,
mx'r.ilgia, and all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the system when Im
paired by disease, revives the action of the
iii.-t:v.s and tr.siTAL oiic.ixs, radi
cally cures SCKOFU.A, salt miEi'n
and all crii'tive and cutaeoiis Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relie'
in dysplpsia, emsipelas. Tumofs,
Boils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; trad:
catcs from the system all traces of Alercuria:
It is M nELY vggetadle, being made
from an herb found indigenous in California.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for us3 by
Females and Children, as a blood rati.
FIER and BE.MIVATOR.
For Sala by all Druggists;
R E B t & Q.TQ N , HQSTETTER & CO.
529 and. 531 Market Street,
B A1LEY,HARD!KG cSl CO.,
Successors of L. Dillkr in the Lincoln
17ECr LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITI
y zens of Oregon Cit- atid surrounding
country, that they keep constantly on hand
and f'-r sale, all kinds of
BREAD, (II Ck LI'S,
CAN DIE AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders pmmpt!y filled, and ponds deliver
ed at the residence of the put chaser when
The highest pt ice'3 pttitt f r Butter, Eggs
A liberal --hiire of public ratron;?e is re
spectf'iiil v S'dic.ted.
April 20, lS70:!r
rpIIE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF.tiAX
JL ized for the purpose of establishing the
above Schciol, would resyecthiMj annb'nnce
that, thev h ive engaged the services of M r.
s. n. POPE, as Tedjdier, tor a ses;on of
six months. The Scbo'd will open on Tues
day the 31 ri.iy of Janri.arv, in the room
lately occupied as" ti:e' 'Enterprise OHIce."
All the usual branches cmprisinr :t thor
ough English, Clai.-sil, Mathemaf ical and
Co'timcc nl edu-ation will be f au f.t.
Application for admitiahce, terms, &c. to
be made to the Teacher. liolirs, rro m 0 a
rn. to 12 m.. and from 1 to ?, p. m.
The undersigned will commence a Xisht
School on Tuesday even n next, Januarr
-d, in the Grammar School Room. Hours,
from ii to 0.
s. r. ro-E.
Oregon City, Dec. 2?, 1870. tf
-. . l 1
. ' 1 1 s . '
rCdigton, HOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coiighin
Some of you can't, and we pit' yon.
You have tried every remedy but tl e
ONE destined, by its intiin-ic merit, to
supersede ail similar preparations. It
is liot surprising you shoiild' I ii reluc
tant to try sometLiugclse uf cr the many
ciptHiuenls yon have made tif tr ishy
compounds foisted ca the public as a
certain cure ; but
Kewe.'i's Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Coughs,
C"ld., t"s Threats, Athmt, ll'ho(jd))g
fought. Broach it if and (Jonsumptio.
Thousands Of people in California and
Oregon have been already bme!ited by
the surprising curative powers of
Jewell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their urj
qualihed approbat 011.
We now address ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea ot the ajre. for the healing of stll
diseases of the Throat uiitl Luiijjs,
assurihg j'ou that
Ncweirs Pulmonary Syrup
hfls,curd thousands, and it will ture
YOU, if Tu try it. This invaluable
inetli. itie is pleasant to the ta-te ; ooth
in, healing and fttrengtheiiing in its
Jell'ects ; entirely free fr in all poisonous
or deleterious driiis.smd perfectly harm-
2 less under all circumstances.
For Sstlc by nil lrn:gi.-ls.
REDING I ON, HOTEnER & CO,
52'j and 531 Market street, San Frai.ci.-co.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
JVJiich jV confidently rH-or.ivuridt J as the
best prcpai tiuii tow Itfore the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly co-.centrated form all the
properties of Jamaica (I inger.has become
one ot the most popular dome-tic r( ine
dies for ai! diseit.-es Of tte stomach and -digestive
As a tonic, it will be foiind invaluable
to all persons recovering from debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for wt.ile it imparts to the system all the
glow and vitror that can be produced by
wine oi brandy, it is entirely free from
the reactionary eth cts that follow the
usf ot t-piihs of any kind.
It is a'so an excellent remedy for
females who sutler from difficult men
struation, giving almost immediate re
lief to the spaeln-; that so frequently ac
company thai period.
lt'ive-1 immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by 1 idii'g in a railroad car, or ty
sea sickness, or other Causes.
It is also valaa de as an external p
plicaton for Gout, RheLimati.-m, Neu
ftKUIXCiTOX, HOSTETTER & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
Flavoring t x t r a c s
ABE THE PERFECTLY PURE AND
highly c ncer.tratt d Extracts from F;csh
Frails, prepared with great rate.
Thev iM c put up in superior stvle. and
in a bottle holding TWICE AS MICH
as the ordinary brands of Extiacts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are Nearly so chei'p.
Whenever tested on tiikir MfciUTS,they
have been adopted in pie'erence to all
otheis. and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS ol the Pacific
MAUK TIIE ADVANTAGES.
By purchasing Rtdington's Concen
trated Flavor'ng Extracts, you obtain a:
article not only superior in richness and
deliC.icj of flavor to any cMher of a simi
lar n iture, but far more economical, be
cause each buttle holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
REKlStiTOX, HOSTETTER & CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
EOT. t P
Would yon escipe FEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor durintr the
s ck'y eaon, make occasional use of the
If von are ATT CKED. with Chills
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, and used other so-called
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at once the safe.-t and surest
by using, according to directions
MASON & FCLLAR '
or, Fever and Ague Pill. Time lias
proved them thoroughly to be the safest
and moft rtliable remedy known. Tin y
contain no inercurr or other mineral or
chemical. Thy are exclusively vege
table. They stimulate the functiot s of
the liver. Congest-'on is impossible where
thev arc used. They do not deter from
daily labor. By a-sisting dicestion they
add flesh and roucleio the fraire. They
are adapted to all ages and both sexes,
ard as a
Will CURE in their incipieticv, three
fourths of all d seases incidental to a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small dose-. they have noeqnal.
For sale by all Di'uggi.-ts.
REDlSGTOi HOSTETTER & CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually proing on between
health and disease, has never received
from anv medicine such marked and un
mistikable assi-ta e, ori the side of
health, as it has fio.u
NeweM's Pulmonary Syrup
REDIVOTO:, HOSTETTER & CO.,
529 and 531 Mirkct street. Sin FraDcisco.
AUCTION AX! CdMMJiSK Cilr
A. B. Richardson
Corner of Front and Oak streets, l'ortUn'3,
, AUCTION SALES
Of Real Estate. Groceries, Genera! Merchai
clise and llor-es,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. U. IiiciiARDsox, Auctiuijceri
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar a:rd Bundle I: on
Lni;iih Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws ;
Screws, Fiy-paus, sheet iron, R.'g Iron;
a 1 so
A large assortment of Groceries und Liquors
A. II. I
-'t - I 1 -A'.-v.'! M'?: ' s-1.-? a 1
., . . a'' tiki
For i few cents yoaQfcan Luy
cf your Grocer. or Druggist a
I-ackago cf SEA 'I0SS VARl
inaile from psro I
and a liko fjnality cf Pusl-
diiir;?, Ciistard-3, Creams, Char-
I clto Eusse, jc. Ii ii tho"
clieapest, Lealthiest, and most
delicious food in the world. It
naI:e-3 a splendid Dessert, and
lies 120 equal r.3 a light and
dclicalo food for Invalids and
A Glorious Chane ! !
THE CliCAT WORLDS TOIICJ
"FSiis woradorftil vcgeinlill
rciorasa'c is ilia gl3teS-s2EB-chor
of tlac Zeclilo nrad delbsii
t3icc3. A'3 11 an:I co2iaE)
for tlzc ;ag:ccl iztuzl Iis-ssaassl, it
nciiics. A3 :i rceiacdy fa Jlic
liCi'voiaa vca!i2icss to wSsacEt
woEiacza nrc cspccirslly sia5
jccJ, it is szsiicrscdiEjg evcay
lEcer slasaaualnl. lit nil Cla
laa ales tropacal, Cesaasserate,
oa fa'aid, it nct zi ti sssecific
f2a every sjaeeac of dasos'der
wlaacSa t33i(3eafi!iasso f Sae I;oe!:iy
sia-esi8Ea naa!lEBcalis down filae
niiicsial S2iril-. For sale ly
TS STILL AT HIS OLD STJ P,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIX'lH SH.EETS
OREGON C.TV, OREUON.
XT 71 ERE HE WOULD INVITE Hl5
V ? tiicuds. and the public, in gri eial, to
call and examine his stock, consisting oi ii
cuei'al assortment of
vT Having frorc many years' experieacS
THE SECRET OP SUCCESS
LIES IK S M AIL PEOFITSl
IS DETEUMiXKI' 10
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS iJVILD
S 1' lire the Cry of Finland Prices!
Oregon City, August 2Sth, 1S'J9.
O ' n
BOOTS and SHOES
COMFRLSIVG ALL TIIE LEAD.NO
California & Eastern
For Fall and Winter Wear,;
a ,c nn imnd Jihd. bc'fi' constantly rc,i.'en-
isLed at the
Philadelphia Boot Store,
tlii Front Street an l 1.31 First Street;
JOHN S. KAST.
N. P. Ladies an 1 Gent emcn's Boots and
C;iter3 made to measure. r
OFFICF In Odd Fellows.' Temple, corDcf
of First and Alder Streets, Portland.
The patrprnpe of lhoe desirJnsr siip rior
operatior-s is in spec'al r quest. Nitrou s oxJ
ide for the 1 ainless extinction t f teetb. .
gT'Art.ficial teet 1 ''-better tl an the b st"
and a cheap as ihe chca: est.