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TOAVX AXI COUNT V.
Notice. The public will take noUce
that all Estr&y notiws-vhich have hereto-,
fore been published by the Siate Printer
ire-required under the litigant Act to
be pnfclishel in the paper . designated as
the official paper of the court- m which
the property is found. As tae- Enteh
fhisEH the official organ fur Clsckama
County; all Estray Notices, iron it,
must be published in this paper. 1 ub
xlibed elsewhere, Ihey are illegal and
Death of Edwai D O. XEr.nrawf. A sad
gloom was cast over our city last Sunday
Jtnorning by the announcement of the sud
den death of Ed. Meldrum, a young man
Veil and favorably known in this place.
. trho has worked at different iinies in this
Office ever since this paper was started,
find learned hi3 trade in the Anus oflice,
The circumstances of his death are some
what remarkable. He had been, so it ap
pears, stiffening Vlth the tooth ache tho
night before, and in the morning ho got
viip about 5 o'clock and went out to the
roodshed for wood to make afire. In a
;j6ff rniatC.es. probably five, Mrs. Meldrum
Imagined that she heard a strange noi-c
4 . I. ."It : nrl.nro 1 1 '1 fl (TlinO fl tl 1
.rushed out with a candle. She found him
Jyingn the ground in an insensible con
.:lition. lie Was earned in the house, and
'his pulse ceased to beat almost instantly,
ifiedical .aid was summoned and at the
ifiouse within fifteen minutes from the time
jLe went to tho. .woodshed. The physician
pronounced him. dead, lie was not a very
Wealthy young man. but had been in the
enjoyment of his - tisual health up to the
time he retired Saturday evening, lie
.tvas to Church on Salurday evening and
ifter going home, sat up With his parents
Until adout 11 o'clock, showing no signs
jof being unwell, but on the contrary, ap
peared unusually good natnred and Kept
happy conversation. It is supposed that
.disease of the heart was the cause of his
death. The body retained sotr.e warmth
ittntil Monday, and the funeral was fixed
tbr that day at 2 o'clock, but va defferred
N.'.ntil the rteXt day. The Good Templars
attended his funeral in a body, of which
brder he was a member, lie was born
on the 11th day of October. IS 13 and
llied on the 10th day of February. 1871.
being 21 years. 4 months and 5 days of
nge. IIj was universally es'omed by til!
,Avho knew him. and his sudden and nnex
.'peeted death has made many a sad heart
.among those of our citizens who had
known hhu from childhood. Peace be
to his spirit.
. School L.wnj. We are under obliga
tions to II. II. Oil fry, K-q-, for the following
i 11 relation to School and Univer.-ity lands:
42,028.23 acres of indemnity school lands
have been approved by the Register and
Receiver of this phr-e and sent to Washing
ton some time since for approval by the
."Coitimis sinners of the General I. and ollife.
;';y, f59.yi act cs have been propeily U-te
University lands, cleir of conflicts, and
ready (or approval, and will be f'01 w .irded
to Wa.sh'ng'oa in a lew 2ay-. i,fSt.73
acres were selected on Wednesday last by
His Ex-cllenev Gov. G rover as Univvrity
.iands, the same be'ng for t!i deficiency
V tcasioaed by pre-emption and homes-cads
having been flieJ 0:1 University l.-.nds se
lected sjvi-ra! 3 ears airo. t1, "(;'".. 5 are-s of
fie old selections of the otV.oni) acres have
been lifted, and ,'."!;. 01 acr s were selected
by the Governor t ; 1 i -s we.-k for tin? same pur
pose, all of which wi I lie approved and for
warded to af.irijiton at an ear.v day.
Wauufn-'s Kecoud of Attaixmkxt.-
liaffe received from the publisher. Mr. S.
J. McCormick. of Portiand, a small book
bearing the above,' title, designed for the
itse ot parents, teachers and pupils. Prof.
11. K. Warren. Principal in one of the
Hchools at Portland, an old and experienc
.. teacher, is the author. It is designed
.to be a daily record of the attend. usee,
p orress in study, and deportment of the
pupil, with a month!' report of the same
to t lie parents. The little work is certain
ly most complete and convenient. The
work also contains some useful hints to
parents, teacher and pupils. It may be
had from (he publisher at 2.3 cents fVr a
single copy, or S2 per dozen.
a Call last Wednesday.
Grover give u?
The Governor is j
.TPrttnir Jita l,cf onnret ef.M-. ihts
i "i .' , " . . " i
jaous uouaieu 10 me ou.ie 101 ccuooi auo j
Ajniversity. purposes, which have almost j
become lost to the. State by reason of no
lect ot the. Kauicai.s. . i lie tovernor is
broting almost his entire time to the in
terests of the peojile. and we predict that
,vhen his term of ofllee exp-'ren. the peo
jle will have reason to congratulate
jthemselves that they had succeeded in se
curing his services to place matters right.
Sai.i.ik Bkcwx. We received a vale
tine rom this young lady last week. We
regret very much that we cannot give her
the desired information. If there were
jitt some serious obsticies. in the way. we
would suggest onrself as the identical
.person who could gratify the desires of
our -dear Sal. JJu,t as this, is impossible,
jve will say to I;cr to wait a. little
longer and we will take our devil in train
ing, and should we meet with the success
anticipated, in a few years will be the
jvery chap -Sal'" is seeking after. That is
the best we can do for you, "dear Sal,'-'
( Toetuv. Editors sometimes get strange
tricks played on them,, but we have never
before heard of an ? tempt to palm off I
" i. '
h3 original a certain piece of doggerel
ivhieh has gone the rounds of almost all
the advertisements in the country. The
liext time our lriend wishes "Gossip one to
Gossip , Two'; published, she had belter
cut it out of some paper and furnish it in
f printed form, as compositors prefer to
e?t from reprint to bid manuscript.
Correction. Some of our exchanges
have the farm recently sold by Capt.
Hodges located in Linn county. We
made an error and placed it in Linn Citv,
opposite this place. The farm is located
about five miles above here, on the west
pide of the river. The sale was effected
through Gov. Curry, and is generally re
garded as a good one.
Lectiuk. The first oi' A course of lec-
ures for the benefit of the Good Toirm-
lar's Library Association, will bo deliver
rd next Wednesday evevtng bv Rev. T.
L Eliott, of Portland, at the Conijiega
tional Church. The well established reo
utation of Mr. KSiott as a lecturer should
attract a full house.
N-vnitow Rsc.vrr;. A m:m
who jrocs bv
the name of Count, came near goin" over
the falls last Sunday. lie was intoxicated
and did not appear to realise his perilous
condition. Mr. Chas. Fonts seeing the
danger in which the Count was. took a
boat, and at tho risk of his own life saved
hiiu from Eroinsr over.
rRisoxKits. The county jail contains
two prisoners at present, awaiting the
next term of Court, Indiiti Jtrn. for stab
bing another Indian, and Hall, who made
nn attempt to rob .Mr. Kahn at Mil waukie.
They both will probably be engaged to
tnake brick for the ttate this summer.
New Bcilpixg. Mr. Worfman is erect
ing a frame building south of the Barlow
IIlkt. A in an named William Nelson
met with a severe accident in the factory
last Wednesday. He had his hand caught
in a card, which tore a terrible gash the
length of his forearm, and leaving the
Revival. The revival still continues.
We learn that it ihjo continue ith a set
determination to create an excitement.
Generally very little good is caused bv
such excitements to the cause of Christ. "
Jcpgs Stout. "We karri, with sincere
regret, that Judge Stout's illness 13 of
such a nature that his life is despaired of.
Skwixg Societt. The Ladies Sewing
Society of the Episcopal Church meets
next Tuesday at the residence of Mrs.
The steeitiship Ajax leaves Portland to
morrow afternoon, at i o'clock, for San
Frat) Cisco. . . ..
Thanks. Judge Can Held has our thanks
for copies ol the" New York Day Book.
The Guilty Ones. - -
The Radical press 7:-;?3 much to say
about the outrages perpetrated in the
Southern SUtes. The Washington Patriot
thus explains who the guilty parlies are
in these outrages :
When Mr. Morton's incendiary resolu
tion was presented to the Senate, Mr.
Wilson was prompt to claim the floor,
and without waiting for the papers sent
in by the President to be primed, or any
testimony to be taken, he proceeded to
denounce the South in the most violent
and unseemly manner, with the evident
purpose ot exciting predjudice over the
country, lie said on that occasion :
These papers I know something about,.
They present an appalling record of the"
terrible crimes t b r t have been committed
in this country, and which have dishon
ored not only the country . but the ago in
which we live. There
record from the officer of
It is a very sni all part, as
all men who know anything about it
know, of what has been done. And yet
there is a record there such as no Christian
and civilized land during the last live
year c m present. And when these are
printed or come to light, whoever exam
ines the subject will come to that conclu
sion." The papers have been printed. We
have examined them with the utmost, care,
and have published the testimony of the
oliicei's of this country," called as wit
nesses by Mr. Wilson, and they, one a.id
ail. without t'.xceptidd, pronounce his
charge to He wholly vni'ouudcd. They
are wilfully and wickedly untrue. That
and emphatic utterance of
ofl'.jer who served m North
Carolina, and it is confim-d by the omeial
message of Governor lloldeU; delivered
only a few weeks ego.
Tile Radical Governors of South Carolina.
G.'orgi 1, Alabiitvi, Florida. Mississippi,
E misin 1, and Arkan'a have spoken out.
in emphatic cmtradicion of Mr. Wilson's
chargt-s. because 'hey well knew that I lie
only real outrages committed in those
Sta'es lay at the doors of their own revo
lutionary ami venal iollowers --the loyal"
miscreants, outlaws and plunderers whom
Mr. Wilson had sent down as emmisaiies
among the Southern people as (it expo
nents ot the " humanity'-' and " moral
ideas ' preached by the coi rupliomsts in
Vet this man. who has thus vilified a
whole section of the Pnion because it has
spurned, as it ought to snurn. the contwn
ination loathsome adventurers who prop
erly represent Northern Radicalism, and
refit ed to kiss the rod of the spud r. is
one 6: the committee or cabal appointed
tojnllame the pi-si m of venganee, an I to
exV;te, if" possible, another crusade
a'jaiast a po:s cured people. How elver
fully and with what candor he will do LP
share id' the work, may be easily imag
ined from Judge l!acks recent exposure
of his suppression of the truth in regard to
Mr. Cameron's removal from tho War De
partment by President Eincolu. Here
are the blustering words:
After your fht article appeared, and
before uiy answer to it. a leading and
very distinguished member of the Repub
lic a"n party in this State told yort that you
h id misstated the tacts concerning Mr.
nt, and especially the
HUnOrtanl and j riUCipat MCt Ol IUO Slip
, 1 r.-ti- 1!
nre.sseu note from the President: and he
referred to the C.tief Justice who. upon
being interrogated give you '.he authentic
Information that such
a note had been
and . suppressed.
Thereupon you jo'r.nnly promised that if
you ever had occasion to refer to the sub
ject iicrair! you Would till the whole truth.
iiesides Judgn Chase, after m;
you. wrote me a letter irom canuusivy.
Ohio, in which he said that he wrote tin;
note in question, and mentioned that he
had also written ti you. What he wrote
you of eoiiise I do.not know, btit he cer
tainly did not give 7 ni one version and me
another. You have therefore tin; written
statement of ti c. Ch'ef Justice, in addition
to his verbal nscur ince. With i.ll these
before you, and with all the obligations
of common veraci y. strengthened by an
expressed promise to tell the truth, what
do Vet; do in 'your second article ? Why.
y On simply stick to yorr first story. Nay.
you take great trouble to smuggle the
truth away and bury it out ot sight ;
for. instead cf, producing Judge Chas-e's
letter to yourself, in which the fact, no
doubt, is fairly stated, you give us an ex
tract from another letter written by him
to Cameron, from which you are per
milted to quote"' nothing whatever on
the sub'oct of that important letttr.
... r 1 . ,
AxoTiiKit Rkhuft-. Experience is a stern
teacher but Grant do--3 not seem to heed
its lessons. He dabbled in the local poli
tics of Missouri, and a lesson was adminis
tered to him that a wise man should have
remembered. Hut it seems that the im
passive mummy of the White House is im
nervions! to iuir of those warnings that
statesmen acknowledse, and is yet blind
in his own vanity and conceit. Senator
Thaver. of Nebraska, is a reryilo and truc-
u'ent adherent. of .the fcrturirs cf Grant,
lie desired re-electi.cn at the bands of the
Nebraska Legislature. Grant desired it
aiso. and wrote a letter dictating to uie
legislature the reelection of Thayer.
Thayer had fair prospects previously, but
Grant's letter destroyed them. The inde
pendent members of that body repudiated
the President's unmannerly interference
and defeated Thayer si nil elected Mr.
Hitchcock who, if not a Democrat, at least
opposes Grant's admin:stration. Will
I Grant heed this
Srr.ci.vi. IxnrcKMnxTs. Ve arc having
enm-avod. by the celebrated Jackm in. a
Steele r!:iti likimc nt" Dr.
in Evrie. o.li or ot tho lit,, Ilnul- and
; author of White h'llprtll.,cv.J, " The
j Normal Condition cd" the Nt-ro." &c. ic.
t a sjnendid work of art. a Picture thirteen
1 oy sixteen inches, which we shall present
j to-Dry h,)frc ciubs ot five to'twentv mem
i b:rs: w,; pd 2 each. No na'me can
I obtain the likeness under 52 ;V;
V.'e open the year with a" new 'and bri'.
j hart story by Mary J.Taylvr ; sCl-neslaid
j 1:1 South, before the war. and the first
; i-it-sruiawoa 01 a true picture of South
, no-, uroer specimen papers. M
V'JUr C.ltlH, :mt Send .It nnon .1,1.',. . .
J'".v m-v-jk, iii-Nassau street. Xew York
In t,is citv. Feb. !, 1S71, Edwh, O. Mel-d.-um.
nged .1 renis, 4 months and 5 davs.
The Patrons of Husbandry.
Thi3 is the name of a Farmers' Associ
ation now being organized in the Western
States. Men. women and children may
become members of it. The Associations
are called Granges, and denominated
local, Suite and National, and are after
the plan of ether Associations, formed
for special purposes, centering, in State
and National representative bodies. Col.
Daniel C. Curtis, ol Washington City, has
been chosen organizer, and is now in Ohio
on that business. .
The New London Record is a paper
published io New London, Huron county,
Ohio, from which we learn the farmers
held a meeting on the lt'ih of January to
consider the propriety of organizing a
Grange. Col. Curtis was present, and
said: It was a good Institution he was
organizing throughout the country, he lelt
interested in it.s success. It does not re
quire the wisdom ot a Solom n to see and
understand, that every mm wants what is
his own, and that he Wants protection in
the sale and transportation ot his Wares.
This protection cannot be left to others,
for if a man does not attend to his own
business, it will not be attended to."
. The paper named concludes its report
as foiltiws : .
Then as agricultural industry is the
most important of all. and the foundation
of success to all others, it should possess
every possible facility to give it efficiency,
and it if the duty as well as the privilege
of farmers to adopt every legal means to
keep pace in progress and intelligence
with till other classes, and to prevent mo
nopolies and speculators from taking ad
vantage of them in the matter of markets,
prices, etc.. as is often the case by combi
nations and concerted schemes.
The speaker showed that the Order cf
'Patrons of Husbandry7 is an organization
in which the farmers combine for fira ern
ity. and effectually to protect themselves
from the unjust operations of middlemen
and railroad and other monopolies. He
showed thit it was for the advantages of
farmers everywhere (o form Granges of
he l a ror.s Of Husbandry. . He explianed
its objects and woi kings, how to proceed
to get ihern up. and allud 'd to their bene
ficial resu t; i:i States where they already
have been organized.
This is all we konw of ihe asociation at
present, but we will t y and keep the run
of this as of every other movement that
may be made for the benefit of our indus
trial interests. Agriculture form Ihe b 1
sis of our national weait t. It lias built our
railroads, our great cities, and most of
our new States. Even in California our
mineral products, in value, have, be
come secondary to those of farming and
grazing. If any branch of industry re
ceives protection needed by farmers is
against being preyed upon by capital end
etpiialP 9, They are swindled out of
millions in the name of protection and it is
time they were combining to protect them
selves against sue!) protection. Examiner.
Nk'W Paf Kit MAxrFvcri iaxG Company.
Articles of incorporation were filed at the
County Clerk's oilice in this city yesterday,
for the purpose ot m inniacturing and
selling priming and wrapping paper, by
George T. Myers. Win. Lueth .vaite and 1
r. Williams. The incorporation proposes
leasing the mills of H. L. J 'i t:tek & Co.,
on the Clackamas river, and for the pur
pose of their business have incorporated
with a capital stock of 820.01)0, in shares
of SlUdeach. The principal otlice is to
be kept in Portland. Iiuiletin.
i f you have a disctiai ; iioni toe nose, of
fensive or otherwise, partial iosso ihe sei:se
of sme!l, taste or hearing, eyes watering or
weak, f'.el dull and .ta;id or debilitated.
I a;n or pressure in the ht'ao, take col. J
easily, you may he sure you have the Ca
tarrh. Thous in Is annually, without mani
festing haif of Ihe above symptom-;, Urmi-
II ite in (.'on-uaiptien and end ia the grave.
No disease is so common, more deceptive or
less uaderstjod by phy.-iii iaa-s. Dr. It. V.
Pierce, 1U3 Sen?ca street ., balfalo, N. Y., is
the .sole propriet r ' or f . Sage's Catarrh
U on rl v a effect sperifis for (J.iturrh ' Cofd
in the Head," or Catarrhal Headache, which
he sends to any address b' mail on receipt
o" six:y ccuts. JSold by all dru.rgi.sts.
No Wonder. So many worthies modi-eir.e-!
advertised for the cure of various dis
eases, and v.h.-ri tried ''foun I wanting'' that
the invalid loses all faith in speeifics. We
have yet to learn, however, of the first failure
of If 'irl-.ir's Ej'-um ot I Vild Cherry, to cure
coughs, colds, and pulmonary disease.
Tlio Great Tamlly Bleilic'no.
TAKEN INTERN" ALLY,
It cures sadden ro!ds. Coughs, vc., and
Weak StoMUu-h, General LVbility, Nursing
Sore Mouth, Canker, Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia or Indigestion, Cramp or Pain in the
Stomath. Rowel Complaint, Painters' Colic,
Asiatic Cholera, Diai i havi and l'ysentcry.
AP PL! EI) EXTE R N A ELY,
Cures Felons, Boils, and Old Sores, Revere
Ruins, Scild-, Ruts, Bruises and Sprains,
Swelling of the Joints, Ring-Wo- m and 'fet
ter, Broken Breasts. FnsteVl Feet and Chi.
blains, Toothache, Pain in the Face, JSeural
ria and llhe'uoatism. : It is a sure remedy
lor Ague, Chills and Fever.
Taken ihternal-, should be adulterated with
milk or water, or ;nade into a syrup with
nio'asscs- Fr a Cough a few drops on mi gar,
caUn, will be more effective than anything
See printed directions, which accorrpany
Sold by Druggists. feb3 ml
RESTAUR AN T.
E 3 M DcLOUEY, Prop'r
ILA TE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MUX STREET, OREGON' CITV, OREGON".
HpiIE UNDERSIGN ED IlE-
a. r j 1 I it u,v diuiutun.U't n Ilia VI-." V
friends and ttie t. ave in p.,b!ic,
that tie wit! re-open tie? a: ove
named Restaurant, on Monday, January SO,
1ST 1 .
Th-3 proprietor knows how to serve his
customers with Ovst ms, Pi's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon Ci!v. Jan. 27, lS7i:tf
ITS A F2
Successors of L. Dilltcr in the Lincom
BEG LB AYE TO INFORM THE CTTI
zens of (reon City and surrounding
conntrv, tlirxt they keep constantly on baud
and l r sale, all kinds of
BREAD, CR U'kLKS.
CAN DIE" AND NUTS.
Alsri, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly tilled, and proods deliver
ed .at the residence ot tne puicnastr wnen
The highest prices paid f ;r Butter, Eggs
and Yegetabl -s.
A liberal -hare of public patronage is re
April 23, 157c:l7
I m : I!
wizard a rs
.'4 TAtT T2ZSZZZZZ, CL MA
.;. t..c r.lf ?it"on of Deal ."3 t- ttirSr Izrjtt assort
f Arrived" OooSs, coip-Wert V '
?rt of tae f-tlowii! rrttelcs. tosr-t'tor v.--'r
rr U;i or !:ort. In a irptt Bttpusd VlIOLi.
IR L ti oTOKE.
TE NT Mai.'ICINTTS. J'Klv.McTa' fcrA-CUIE!..
:5SPNTT r. OIL--, I l'KRFrMERirS,
vE20S3Sa Oli.. I F'lSKJM Cits,
TTh'." i-c riir.T r.t tlie lcxrrft fr.rh Prices, and
ire cteterurlui-il net to l c undersold.
K. n. J'cDOXAiD CO., Sax Veakcisco, Cal-
thc Great Medical Biscovery!
Dr. WALKEE'3 CJlIilFOIlNIA
Hahdrcds cf Thousands
Bear tcrlimony to their Wonder- h.
o o ful Curative x.uucLs. g
tH WHAT ARE THEY?bi
tiiet ai:e ::ot A vile
N C Y
Made of I'ooi Tti:i, Whiskey Vvavt
Bpirits and licfiiso biquui s doctored, spiced
and sweetened to please .the taste, called"Ton
Ics,"" Appetizers," "Restorers," &c, that lead
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a trao Medicine, made from lUeK,atiye Roots and
rierbs of California, free f rinu nil Alcoholic
Stimulants. They arc the U It EAT BLOOD
PUItlFIElt and llFE i 1 VINO PttlN
CI PLE a perfect Kenovator and Invigorator of
the System, carrying oflfall poisonous matter and
restoring tiic blood to a healthy condition. No
person can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain long nnwell.
For Inflammatory nan! Clironic Rhcu
10 at i soi and (lout, Dyspepsia, ttv Indi
tresliou, liilions, II ensi 1 1 en t and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases ol" tho DInod,
Iiver, Iv'sdneys, and Iiladdcr, these Bit
ters have beca most successful. Such Dis
cuses arc caused b7 Vitiated Blood 'svhleli
ia generally produced by derangement of the
DYssPEl.-IA OK. INDIGESTION.
Headache. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad taste ia the Mouth Eiliou3 At
tacks, "Falpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
the Lungs, Pain id the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpid liver and bowels, which render them of un
equalled efficacy ia cleansing the blood of all
impurities, and imparting uow life and vigor to
the whole ss'stem.
FOR Sit. IN DISEASES, Krnptions.Tetter,
Salt Itheum, Blotches, Spots, rimples. Pustules,
Boils, Carbuncles, King-Verms, Scald-Head, Soro
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of
the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
Vhatcver name or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the system in a Ghorttime by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such
tascs will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
Its impurities bursting through the skin inPim
plcs, Eruptions or Sores; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure und tho
health of the system will follow.
FIN, TAPE and other -WORMS, lurking in
the system of so many t'aousands. are effectually
destroyed and reninvoJ. For full directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. II. McDON AL15 &
CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco,
Cal and S3 and SI Commerce Street, New" Vork.
BOLD BT ALL Dr.UGGISTS AND DEALERS.
1 e 0 . 1 . : 1 ,
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
T"? 62 tf iTh TTfc
I also keep coustantly on hand
SALEM C A S S I M EKES, FLA N X ELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell nt the Facfory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
57I will also pay the highest price1? for
Butter. Eggs, and all kinds of good country
produce, i will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o-its equivalent in good
jKff".Iiv me a call and sati-fy yourselves.
DlER SKINS WANTED,
.; JOHN MYERS.
Jan. 13,1871 tf
JESTABIIISISEIJ : : f 1S19.
EBKE3T A. F.RLAN3S0N,
AND bMALEU IK
i)YE STTFFS AND G
( E NERAL MERCHANDISE.
BY THE PACK AG F ONLY'.
Ca-h Orders for Goods of every descrip
tion frem this or any Fo- eign Market, wiT
id eive prompt and faithful 'attention.
MINERS. MANUFACTURERS AND
WHOLESALE TRADE SUP
PLIED FOR CASH.
Xo n'dice 1 r attention piid to orders fr
go-'ds, it' there i- no provision made tor the
pa nient of tlie same.
OFFICE, - Merchants' Exchange.
San Francisco, California.
TERMS NET C VSII. ON DELIVERY, IN
U. S. GOLD COIN. PackaSe prices.
JSt. E. Oregon Prcpucts Solicited
NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
No', fl First Street, (Second door south of
Lis old stand), Portland, Oregon.
I AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work in my line in a superior manner,
with all the latest improvements in the ait.
Nothing but tirst cl ass wot k done at my new
and mag.i ficent rooms, at low prices.
CALLAND EX AMINE SPECIMENS.
Feb. 10, 1871:m5
u 1 if
C0URTESX OF BANCROFT LIBHARI,
TrMTVRRSTTy OF H AT.T5YYPWTA
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Cor. First & Morrison sts.
JJAYING OPENED OUR NEW STOC.T
We itz now prepared to furnish our cus
Best Quality of Goods,
Of our own and Eastern Manufacture, at
."VisiiY LOW PRICES.
Call and Examine Our Stock
IBoots & Slioes
OF ALL KINDS AKD STILZ
Wc Always Iiavc the Latest
Styles osi Hiinil.
Protzman, GiSiihan & Co.,
tic rnsr Tirst and Morr ictn iis
Feb lu 187. :tf
1 mi 11 1. w iso 10 niitii ui you, it'a'Jci, mat
I):-. Wonderful, or any other roan,' I. as dis
covered a remedy that cures Consumption,
when the luns are half consumed, in short,
will cure all diseases whether of ndiid, body
or e-tat?, make men live forever, and leave
death to play for w nt of work, and is desk-nod
to make our sublunary sjdiere a bliss
ful Paradise, to which lleav?u ;telf shall be
but a n'de show. You have heard enough
of that kind oi' humbmxge.y. . Hut wliea I
tell you that Dr. Sage's Catdrih Remedy
vill positively cure the worst case of Cat n 1 h
in the Head, I only assert that which thou
sands can testily to. 1 will pay 000 reward
tor a case that f cannot cute. A pamphlet
giving svmptorns and other information sent
(ice to any address. Thi.-i remedy is
SOLD 15V MOST DRUGGISTS IN ALL
PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Price 50 cents. Sent by mail, pos'paid, on
receipt of sixty cents, or four packages f.r
.wo dollars. iseware 01 ccuiiierjai ana
tcorthleM imitation. See that my private
,-t imp. which is a positive guarantee of Cen-vivtuf-'sP,
is upon the outside wrapper. Re
member that this private .-tahip, issued by
the United Stntes (Government esprtsslv for
stamping my medici'oes, has my portrait,
nuiii! and address,, aed the w ords " U. S.
Certificate of Genuineness," engraved upon
it. and need not lie mistaken. Don't be
swindled by travelers and others represent
ing themselves as Dr. Sage ; I am tlie only
m 111 now living that has the knowledge and
1 i tr ! 1 1- to manufacture the. Gen-uine.)r. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy, and 1 never travel to sell
this medicine.' R V. PIERCE. M. D
teblOnrf 13:J Seneca street, Uufl'alo, N. Y.
GAROEMiMO FOR PROFIT,"
" Practical Floriculture,"
The firmer detailing the system of MntrUet
(,atbning; the latter DESCRIPTIVE of
ll e modes of Commercial Kloricult urr,
a- practiced in the vui iity of New Y'ork.
Mailed, prepaid, tor 1 50 each.
Our Annual Dsscriutive Catalogue of
VEGETABLE axd FLOWER SEEDS.
C n tain ins- two new and BEAUTIFULLY"
COLORED PLATES, is now ieady. Also,
NEW AND RARE PLAINTS
ILLUSTRATED with Colored Plates and
Enut avings. Roth will be mailed on receipt
of Twenty-five Cent-, or sent with either of
th above Looks tree ct charge.
lt!siKtl!OX & FLEMtjG,
Seed ItlcrcUants ami Browrrt,
G7 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK.
feblOml , .
"S-N TJIK MATTiR OF THE ESTATE OF
Daniel TruUinjrfr, deeeasee: In the County
Court of Clackamas county, Htate of Onsron :
The Adir laistvator of said estate having hied his
final account for settlement thereof, it was order
ed by the Court that the first day of the next
regular term ot saia Court, oem? the tfi Alarcli,
1871, he set apart for hearing objections to said
linal aeeount and the settlement cf the same
with said Administrator. By order of said Ccurt.
J. 21. FKAZER,
Feb. 7, 1S71.4 County Clerk.
Willamette Lndge Xo. 151. O. X
Meets everv Saturday evening, at the roo:rs
S.E. cornerof Mam and Fiftli streets, et 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting raemberB are invited
attend. Vj- crdsr 01 . v. 1.
1-3""-"- t f
REDINGTOX, IIOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coiigliiii
Some of you can't, and we pity yos.
Yon have tried every remedy bnttl b
ONE destined, by its intiiusie merit, to
supersede all similar preparations. It
is not surprising you -should be leltie
tant to try somctLingflse af cr the many
expe riments you have made of trashy .
compounds foisted ou the publui as a
Certain cure ; but
NewcSI's Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY' BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Coughs,
Cold. Soie Throat, Asthma ll'iooping
Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have been already benefited by
the surprising curative powers of
NeweiTs Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their un
We now address ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this, the preatest
panacea ot the age. for the healing: Of all
diseases of the Tlirout mid Lungs,
assuring you that
fewell's Pulmoftafy Syrup
Ins cured thousands, and it will cure
Y'OCif you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the ta-te ; !-ooth-ing,
healing and strengthening in its
cfl'ecfs; entirt-ly free fr n all poisonous
or deleterious drills. and perfectly harm
less under all cii cumstances.
For Sale ljr nil iri:egis'.
REDING ! ON. IIO.TETIER & CO.,
529 and o3l Market street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
JVhich is conf.dvT'thj rtcorutncndi d as. the
bent prepa, tioi nolo before the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly Co. centrated torni all the
properties of Jamaica Ginger.has become
one of the nmst popular domestic n nie
dies for all diseases of the stcinach and
As a tonic, it wilt be found invaluable
to all persons iccovering fioin debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for wf lie it imparts to the system ail the
glow and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it. is entirt ly free fri-.m
the reactionary eflects th&t follow the
use ot spiii;s of any kind.
It is a'so an exeelh n.t remedy for
fetoales who stiller from difficult men
struation, giving alnv st immediate re
lief to the ;-piism-; that s-o frequently ac
company that period.
It give-; ltnriii-iliaie . relic f to Nausea,
caused by riilii g iU a .railroad car, or Ly
sea sick;. ess, or Uwr causes.
It. is also valua le us an external np
plicatoti for Gout, Uheumatibin, Neu
ralgia, etc. ' - - -.
REDBGTUX, HOSTETTKR & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
F i av o v 1 11 g Extracts
ARE THE PERFECTLY' FERE AND
highly c need rated Extracts from Fiesh
Fruits, prepared with great are.
Thev ;'ie put up in superior stvle, and
in a bottle li hiiiig TWICE AS MUCH
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are neatly so cheap.
Whenever tested on thkir merits, they
have been ad .pted in preference to nil
otluos, ami are-now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS o! the Pucdic
31 A UK THE AD VAXTAGES.
By purchasing Rcdington's ,Cnr ch
trated Flavoring Extract.-, you obtain au
article not only supei ior in richness and
delicac oi flavor to u; y o her of a simi
lar nature, but far moie economical, be
cause ecch b- ttle holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
UElilNCiTOX, IIOSTKITER 2. CO.,
Agents for the PaciGc Coast.
Would yon escnm; FEYER AND AGUE,
and preserve heyl.th and vigor durinjrthe
sickly season, In eke occaional use of the
A PREVENTS VE.
If yoa are ATT VCKED with Chills
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, and used ot her so-called
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at once the safest and surest
by usinr. according to directions
MASON & PGLLARL'
or, Fever and Agi?c Fill. Tirne has
proved them ttiorouglily to be the safest
and- most reliable -remedy known; They
contain no mercury or it!;er mineral or
chemical. Thy.are exclusively ..vege
table. Thoy stimulate the timetions of
the liver. Congestion isimpossible where
they are used. They do not deter from
daily labor. By a-sistinp: digestion they
add flesh and mu-clelo the fiarre. They
are aoaoted to all ages and both sexes,
at-d as a
VYi',1 CURE in their inctpichry, three
fourths of all .diseases incidental to. a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small dose-, they have no equal.
For sale by "all Drugi.sts.
HEDIXGTOX, IIOSTETTEIt & CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
health. Jind disease, has never receive.!
from anv medicine such marked and un
mistakable a.Hi-tance, M e slde of
health, as it has from
NeveH's Pulmonary Syrup
BEDHCTO?, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
529 and 531 Mirket street. San Francjsco.g
AUCTION AND GOMMI&
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Pertlsnd,
- . ATJGTJON SALES -
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Merchttri
disc and Horses,
Every Wed fend ay and Saturday f
A. B. Richardson Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Hois shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G
A I SO -
A large assoi tin eh i of Groceries sr.d LicrC
A. I. I'iciiAnnssnx. X!or-f tonerr
' ' Li- ':- lr-'
For a feir cents you caa luy
cf your Grocer cr Bra
.ii Uo"3 -4. it.
made from pure Iriii . Kos3, or
Carrageen, v.lucli Vill ifialio
cixtccn quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a llko quantity cf Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char-'
Ictto Ensso, &c. It 13 tho
clieapest, health lest, and most
delicious food in tho "VTOiiU. It
makes a splendid Bosert, and
has 110 eoaal as a Ifcht and
delicato food for Invalids and
A GIcrio:is Chango ! !
tzzxz creat tvo fix r-s cvorcic.
cljcr of tlse Ccclilc and clcZjIJi-
for t?2C tJcosl nss;! Im-sstii-sg, it
lizis 110 -oqiiiil Eiiiio-jgf cson
acSsicg. An n resi3C43y for filho
nCIV05B3 YCCalj3C33 CO VS32Cll
vokuch , tire especially si!;-
JecJ, it i3 supcrsccliug cycry
or ffagid, it acti iz specie
iii every secscj of eiisortios
wSascia B3:at3:;ki5iEa- else E;sc?:Sy
st'en!la 522il E;se:2S 2ov,u fisic
rtissES!:n3 . sparils. For sulc l"
Aug. ;u, 1 570:1 1- . ,
IS ST TLB AT HIS OLD STANP,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIX! II i-TFEETS
OREGON C.TVj OREGON. - Q
X7I1ERE II B WOULD INYITE HIS
V friends and the public in gt-reial, to
all and examine his stockonsisting ot c
trenerul assortment of
P.J? -v x-v ! er-t im n tl 13 n t. V--
IlltS 111 Cl S158,
Having frorc many years' experienb
learned that O
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS .
LIES III SMALL PROFITS
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER. SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
S lenee the Cry of PorJand Piices!
Oregon City, August 2sth, 1S09.
$100 A IIOllTHi
I7NERGETIC PERSONS, CLERGYMEN"! ,
1 doctors, lawyers, agents, business men,
farmer- salesmen, dealers,: "mi alb others,
male and femle willing to give their whole
time or part of it, can e.isily mase q
$100 OR. MORE A M ONTI1, ,
pn-inrr in lisrht, fionorabtc and staple
l.usiness1? in which to in. ney is required.
No competition. Exclusive territory given.
Refeicuces as to character required. Stamps
for return postage desired. Write 3 0145 ad :
dress iu fu.l and plainly. 0
H. A. CARTY,
SO. S15 CHESN'UT STREET;
ril ILADELPE I A , PA;
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