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l)t Ukckin (Enterprise
TOWN AXD COL' XT Y.
CmcctT Colrt. The following are the
Circuit Court proceedings up to the hour of
lossing our paper. The Court will pruba
bly adjouru to-morrow :
v State vs. Chas. Hall j inJIcted fcr aSsau,
. with intent to rob ; found pruiH.i , at an as
sault will be sentenced this horning.
i (i i I j v Executors of the Estate of
Daniel Harrrv continued until next term.
Darnel SVills'v,. JMniel Wilson ; Verdict
Tor defendant. , , . ... ,
Chas. Logos vs. Jacob Boehm; Sheriff s
sale confirmed. , . - T
Kebacca E. Jones vs. m. A. Jones ; J.
M. Frazer appointed referee.
State vs. Abraham Jams; indicted for f;n
.'assault with a dangerous Weapon ; verdict
iiot gu hv.
, O. C. K. R. vs. Sylvester Hathaway; ver
dict for defendant.
Lucinda lledpalh vs. Robert Redpatfc ; J.
M. Frazer appointed referee,
Vettu!I vs. B C. Weitfall j J- 31.
Vrazer appointed referee.
, V. C. John.-oti, Executor, vs. Jas. Atfcy ;
(plaintiff allowed to issue aa execution lor
Samuel Funic vs. William Armpr'.est;
Verdict for plaintiff for 010 and costs.
Upsetting ok a Skiff. List Sunday
afternoon, our town was tbrown into
considerable excitement by the cries for
help from three men in the river. They
got into a skilf for the purpose of cross
ing the river, and when a short distance
from shore, they ran into a whirlpool, the
.fjkiff making a couple of turns and then
drawn under by the strong current, stein
.first. The skill came to the top. bottom
up, and the three men managed to catch
hold of it. The m ate of the steamer Sen
ator, which boat w:w fortunately lying at
the lower part of town, siuv them go
down, and he with two .others started in
n skiff to rescue them. Tvhieh they were
successful in accomplishing. They had
jbeen carried down the river about three
quarters of a mile before they Vere res
.cued. and were near!v exhausted. They
could not have held on ulany minutes
.longer, as they had become chilled in the
cold water. It was a very narrow escape
for them. We have been unable to learn
the names of the men.
Rt.SE in I'uoi'Kiirv. From .Mr. Ross, of
Milwaukie, we learn that property in that
lace has materially advanced. lie in
forms us that parties from Portland have
been buying small tracts there for the
purpose of erecting residences thereon.
.Milwaukie is handsomely situated, and we
can see no reason why it should not bo
jcome a favorite place for country resi
dences for Portland merchant.-.
Af'CinicsT. We are sorry to announce
the fact that Jennie La Forest, A highly
esteemed young girl by all who know
,lier, met with a painful accident last Satur
day. Just as she was entering the front
door of her parent's residence, she fell,
the whole forse of the fall Coining on her
deformed arm. splitting the bone above
Jthe middle of the arm. At last, accounts
the suderer was doing as well as could be
Attounkv.s. Among the attorneys at
tending the Circuit Court, we notice
'Messrs. W. F. Trimble. J. II. Mitchell, M.
P. Hull. 13. Kllleti, J. C. Mo-oland. M. F.
Mulkey, of Portland. Mr. Forbes of La
fayette, and Messrs. Ciias. C. Warren and
W. C. Johnson, of this cily. .The attorneys
complain about the small amount of busi
ness before the Courf, They should con
sole themselves with the knowledge that
what is their loss is the people's gain.
Two Xkw 15 oats. The P. T. Cornpany
will build two new boa's this season, one
to take the place of the Alert and the oili
er that of the Uolianee. lloth bo. us are
to be built after Cup;., neilogg's modi!,
lot) feet long, having a tonage f 2."d tons.
They will be .in- largest- boats the Com
jvany has, and also the fastest as well as
the most handsomely finished.
Litem-i:. The fourth lecture of the
course for the benefit of the Good Tem
plar's Library, was delivered last Wed-
nesd ly evening by Rev. C. C. Straton. to
In large audience. The next lecture of
the course will be delivered by lion. J.
11. Mitchell, next Wednesday evening.
Subject '-Medical Evidence'
Patent. We h ive been .shown a model
Tor a patent window fastening, invented
by T. J. MeC ir'ver, cf this city. It ap
pears to be most complete, and can be
jnanufacturt d for a much less price than
ny now in use. while we think it superior.
T:ie model ha -been forwarded to the
Patent Otlice at Washington.
RKTrr.NKD. Mr. C. W. Cook returned
yesterday from a short visit to California.
He brought with him twelve head of fine
blooded Cashmere grafs. These goa's. are
.regarded very valuable for their line coat
of pure white wool.
Mixstuki-s. The Nlckersou Minstrels
will give an entertainment in this place
to-morrow evening. This Company is
very highly reconimeded. and we believe
that it is the best that has ever vhhed our
PEn.soN.vrl. We were fav red this week
with a call from M. P. Bull, Esq.. and
J. C. Moreland. Esq., Both of Portland.'
They were in town attending Court.
Dkatii. Rev. Mr. Clark, died at his
residence, about four miles from this city,
last Sdrtd ly niirr.inj. 11 leaves a wife
and several small children to mourn his
Fai.t.inu. The river has fall enough to
enable the boats to came into the basin
hgain. The railroad is also able to make
its way through the bottom.
Beige may bo declared raised
John Myers advertises that he wants to
pay cash for county orders. Give him a
show to get rid of bis coin.
Singer has added an j
to his advertisement, j
Head it and give him a call.
SoWin Soomrv. The Ladies' Sewing
Society of the Episcopal Church, meets
next Tuesday at the residence of Mrs.
A new advertise-
merit of this popular place of education
will appear next week.
No Ckanck. We have no change to re
cord in our local market since our last is
sue. Wuv it Was. It is said that John W, !
Forney lost a hundred thousand dollai
by the Washington Chronicle. It all
nays the Louisville Courier-Jonrnal, of his
inveterate habit of selling his paper to
ery species of personal and political
scanty for a few hundred dollars, when
lie migat have demanded as many thuti
Saads. The grain trade of Philadelphia and the
Northwest has doubled the last three vears.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
From the Htrald :
The man Jas. Pcoley, who had been
missing, was heard of at Raineer.
Messrs. McCoy. A. P. Dennison, R. J.
Hunter, and ex-Governor Cnrry have
formed a reining bureau for the purpose
of c riling attention to the mines of this
State and having them developed.
Joe McBrien, the proprietor of the
Pearl Saloon, on Front Street, between
Oak and Pine, committed- suicide last
Monday evening, by jumping off the
ferryboat plying to East Portland, when
she was half way across ths river.
The Mountain Democrat of March 15th
The heaviest snow storm of the season
commenced on the night et the 10th hist.,
and continued about twenty-four hours
when the clerk of th weal her took a fre.-b
hold an.d gave ns twenty-four hours ot
almost Iricessafrt rain ; the consequence
was that we came near baviDg quite a
flood at a most unreasonable "season of
the year; the roads and highways had
became channels for livers, and almost
impassable. When another change brought
cool Weather and checked the rising waters
From the Albany Democrat :
In Linn County there are 4. 1G7 children,
two districts not reported. The amount
of funds for the current year is, $G,837.
At Albany the O. & C. R. II. Co. has
commenced suit against property holders
for the right of way up the city frou', for
a railroad switch.
The Library Association of Albany has
been successful in raising books' and
money to the value of S300.
W. F. Settlemier has sold his fine farm
five miles South of Albany, (200 acres)
for 8(5,00;), or 830 per acre-.
From the Mercury :
The militiaia of the several counties of
the State is numbered as follows. Denton.
()')() Jackson. 78t) ; Linn. 1,412; Wasco.
(io'J ; Josephine. 23l ; Coos. 130 ; Mult
nomah. 2.55GS" ; Grunt. (i3 1 ; Yamhill. 7(58:
Curry, lUU. ; Clatsop, 2t'il ; Tillamook;
57 ; Lane. 1.030 ; Columbia, lit) ; Laker,
a 15 ; Washington, 5(17 ; Marion. 1.778 ;
Union, 5'o ; Douglas, 1.153; Clackamas,
1.J25 ; Umatilla, GOD. Total, 10,871.
Gov. Crover on yesterday appointed
G. W. Dolan Notary Public, to reside at
Silverton, Marion county. Oregon.
From the Dallas Tl'pablican :
Last Thursday afternoon. Linn Nichols
a lad about terr years of age. son of Frank
Nichols, of this place, went into a pasture
in company with two other boys, to catch
a horse. They drove the animal into a
corner, and as Linrt approached the ani
m il. it kicked him on the side of the head
breaking the lower jaw. and otherwise in
jnHng him severity. He now lies in a
cri cii condition.
According to report of N. Garwood
Clerk of Dallas School District, there are
in the District 233 shcolars drawing school
funds. 112 female, and 121 males, an in
crease over last year of 33.
From the Statesman :
The Grand Jury of Marion county have
brought in twenty-five indictments thi
term. and will probably be compelled to
hold over next week to complete the busi
ness in hand.
In the Circuit Court. March loth, in the
case of The Stale vs. Charles Parker, in
dieted for larceny, the Jury returned a
verdict of guilty. He is still hel 1 to an
swor a second indictment for the same of
fense. Jacob F. Fenton, couvicted ol
larceny, received a sentence of one year's
imprisonment. In the case of The State
vs. Goilloite, indicted for illegal sale ot
liquor, a demurrer was argued and over
ruled. He gave bonds, and is held for
trial. Tiie case of Cornelius Carrol, foi
selling liquor to a minor, was submitted
t the jury.
Last week a farmer over in Polk hired
one James Lyon to drive team and do
general farm work, but as several mem
bers of the fanner's family were sick and
unable to give the new employe proper
ai teniioi. upon the seeond day he com
plained that his bed had not been made a
the proper angle, and that his coots had
not been cleaned the night before. Any
mi "jiving employment to a traveling
irti-t in farm work and teaming are ad
vised to keep applied with a snllicient
corps of servants.'''
A State teltfgnun from Oakland states
that two men from Looking Glass Valley,
named John Perdue and John lleasley
went into the Coast Range mountains on
the evening of the 11th of March, only
intending to remain a few hours on a hunt
have not been heard uf since and it is
feared they have perished with cold
Some who searched tor them near'
perished, and it is feared that three of one
party and live of another are lost. Large
parties are farming to go after them.
Our fellow-townsman II. C. Kinney, i.
the lucky bidder of three tickets which
drew prizes in the Nevada lottery, in
! which then were only twenty live thou
sand prizes. He heard of these prizes
yesi.eru.ay. ;nv was a gent ssnirt, anouier
an infant's dress, a.id a third a pair oi
sleeve buttons to match the shirt.
The Court House, at Salem is rotten
and urivife. The grand jury, it is said,
will condemn it as unfit, for further use.
A Model lladical State-
There can be no doubt. that South Car
olina will be ultimately given over to the
negroes and to barb:. via n. At present
the state ot society theie L such as to ren
der it almost impossible i'r any decent
whites to remain. The consummation o'
her ruin will soon be wrought in extend
ing suffrage to women. At the elections
last November it is said hundreds of negro
women voted in the names of their sick
husbands, and the thing c true so natural
that it has been growing in popularity
ever since. The leading Radical politi
cians. including Governor Scott, flavor ii
It is predicted that women suffrage will
he log tli.'-d th'ue in less than three rears
It is said that the negro women are in ex
cess of the negro m.nes. and largely in ex
cess of the white females. Of course their
admission to the ballot would greatly in
crease the Radical strength, and help to
fasten still more firmly the yoke of tyran
ny and misrule upon the people of that de
voted State. The Radical leaders only
ask for power for tlri opportunity to
plunder. They care not how this is ac
quired. 1 heir present aggrandizement is
all that concerns them. They know that
when the State becomes unlit for them to
nve m, wLien there is no more ptunaei
for them to gather up. they can pack up
bag and baggage and depart whence they
came and enjoy their ill-gotten gains.
They care nothing ftll- those they leave be
hind, nor what becomes of the country.
Th condition of things now is the veriest
burlesque on republican government. Ig
norance and Vice rules in the Courts arid
j V"' A wri,er from the Capital
... .. ....... rn.-iv v.naorumary can oe
conceived than the mot'ev of Five l.ini-
negroes, plantation hands. Yankee adven
iniers anung ,ng gmdarues assembled
at Cy.mnbia. and calling themselves the
Leg.shuure ot Somh Carolina' The ame
wnter it lis us that a large portion of the
members cannot read or -i-it t
hJnlllf ;U1il comS.amon0of the
- --. ;i
worst men from the North
inev are o
j course corrupt. Very few
bills nass with
j out being paid for bj" outside parties. If
! n.ch.is Ihe rendition of things now. what
! ' j the S r?f ,T.W!n'n add
i tuc voting mas. .. Lc-imvier.
Appoint Eo. From the Mercury we learn
that the Governor has appointed J. U.
Wiley, of Portland. Brigadier General of
the 2nd Brigade of ibe Oregon State
Militia, vice O. F. Bell, resigned.
Not Much. The New York Herald, of
a recent date, say :
New Hampshire, of course. Is safely Re
publican. She will return three members
to swell the Republican majority." There
is nothing sure for the Radicals now-a-days
but death and taxation.
In this city, March 11. 1871, to the Wife of
J. S. McDonald, a Daughter.
In this ci y, March 17 , 1S71, to the Wi.'e of
Julius Logus, a Daughter.
In this city. March 21, 1371, to the Wife
of A. Levy, a Daughter.
In this citv, at the residence of J. M. Bacon,
Esq., on the '22 i inst., by Rev. John T. Wolfe,
Mr. Samuel R. Newman to Miss Anna
Sp: ague, aU o- Clackamas county.
At Ids residence, near Oregon City, on
sitndav iiioruing. March 10, 1S71, of pneu
monia," t-'apt. J. 15. Claik, aged 43 years.
His dying hours were a triumphant testi
mony for Chr.stiatr.ty.
C'liVciin fact Billions.
Every day demonstrates more clearly
that liver complaint, in all its distressing
fums, can be controlled and cured without
difficulty or inconveniecne. It is aa obstin
ate disease, but its obstinacy is not proof
against the pertinacious, remedial and re
storative operation of Hestttter's Stomach
Bitters. That genial corrective compels the
organ to do its ilatif. It mast secrete regu
larly and healthf-Jly under the influence of
the Bitters. Their action biings it back
from a state of rebellion into perfect har
mony with the laws of health. If there is
side-ac'.e or b,ick-ac!i2, it ceases; if the
skin and the whiles of the eyes are tinged
with suyeiOuoas b,le, they recover tiieir
natural line; if t!ie appetite is gone, it re
turns ; if the digestion, is impaiied, it is re
stored ; in brie!, whatever the syrup oms of
i he complaint may be. and whatever the
phase it has assumed, a cure is attain.
Such are the uniform t fleets of this prvptra
tioti Where billions disease has been a I ready
developed ; but in cases where there is
merely a constitutional tendency to liver
complaint, it may he prtvented throughout
life by the regular use, in small quantita-s,
ol tins pnlutab:e autidoie. These are proven
facts, and shon'd be seriously pondered or,
ratiier. t! ey should le promptly acted upon
by ;di persons of billions habits.
TOTICE IS IlKUEliYCJlVEN, THAT ON
Monday, the loth dav of April, bi, ai
ha residence of the undersgned. there will
be sold one sorrel MARK, b dd f.ce, abo t
fourteen hands high. Said mare will be sold
to pay charges for keeping.
W. T. MATLOCK.
"Oregon City, Match 2 l71:w2
FOll THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLIfOS AND CGGR
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL S ZF.S.
They will also do TURNING, ofn-ry
description to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl
all wo::k Warranted.
Shop on the Riven b-ick of Ack.- rman's
Sture, Oregon City, Ougon.
I have opened a Finishing loom i ' Dr.
Tiie-sing's. I!i ick, under t ie old Clerk's fii. e,
where 1 am prepared to furni-h ail articles
of my manufacture, at as low a price ns can
be purchased ia Oregon. Constantly on
band all kinds of furniture, and what I have
ot, w 11 be made to order, on stunt notice.
Give nlc a call ami examine my stock.
Oregon City, J ul y L'o:tf
The Pain b n.i.i u is by rn:versal cons m
allowed to have won for itself a reputation
un-urpasse in the history of medic, 1 pre
perations. Its instantaneous effect, in tin
eradication and extinction of Pain in all its
varions f rms incident to ti e human family,
and the unsolicited written and verbal testi
mony of the masses in its fiyor, have been,
and are its best advertisements.
T.ie ingredients uf the Pain Kii.i.kr. be
ingp irelv Ykutablk. render it p'utectly
-afa and . Hicaci us remedy t-'k nimernally.
as wdl as for external a plic . ; ioi s, when
u-el aecoiuiag io directions. The stain
upon linen from its use is readily remove.,
by washing with alcohol.
T it- Medicine justly clebrated for ihe cure
of so many of the aflhotions incident to the
human f-imi'y, has now been before tin
public overritniTY YEAits.and has found its
vay into almost every corner of the world;
and wherever it has been used, the same
opiniou is expressed of iti medical propei
In any attack, where prompt nc ion upon
the system is required, the Pain Killer is
invaluable. Its almost in-taataneous fib cl
in Reliev-ng Pain is truly wom.'erf ul ; and
a hen used according to. directions, is true to
its name, a Pain Killer.
" IITE ADMITTED L. ACKEKMaN AS
a lull p u tner la tnv business.
S. ACKER MAX.
Oregon City. March 1;, ls71:wi
1 S H II AS BE EX CURRENTLY RE-
ported-by some malicious liar or liar
lii.it, liist I have a wife in I lie La-t, or that
I ever had; second That I have.beeu la e
ly man led, or ever was; third D i ogatorv
statements against two certain j on g fl-males
in coinu etion with the above. 15y truly and
iMiblicl pt'oymg either of the above reports
the above s ands re tdy for piymeut to the
party who will C me . tit and s-iovv the same
to t.!e world on a public investigation.
S. E. STONE.
Cowlitz, W. T., March 8, Wl.wi
LEO?J DsLOUSY, Proper,
LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MVIN STREET, OREGON CITV, OREGON.
THE UNDERSIGNED RE-,,
spec! fully announces to his )9
f.iends and tiie tave'ing public, xX
that f:e has te-opencd the above
The proprietor know how to serve his
customers with Ovstcts, Pie's Feet, a good
cup ot Coffee or a' SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon Cifr, Jan. 27, lS71:tf
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liliubarJ ami Fluid Extract
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LA DI i-.es.
In ma j- affei tio is peculiar to Ladies, the
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ousiituiions, of both sexes and all age- (at
tended .with any of the above diseu-.es or
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pei haps alter Marriage
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cannot lie surpassed as a PACE WASH, and
wiil be found t e only specific remedy in
every speca-s f Cntane us Affection." It
peediiy eranicat s Pimples. Spots, Scorbu
tic Drvnes-, Indurations of the Cutaneous
Me i bianco, etc., dispels Redness and Incipi
ent Inflammation, Hives, Rash, Moth Patch
es. Dtyne-is of Scaip or Skin, Frost B t s and
all put poses fcr which Sites or O ntments
are u-cd ; i elor?s the -kin t a state of pu
rity and softness, nn 1 i sure.s em'inued
hetdtliy aclicn to the t sstte of its vessels, on
whi !i i depends the agreeable clearness and
vivacity of corntd -x on so much sought and
ai nired. But howev, r valuable as a reme
dy for exis injr defects of the sktn. JI. .
Helmboal's Iiose Wasii his long sustained
its pro ci a! claim t u ibou ded patronage,
by iossessin,r qualities which render it a
Toilet A ppendage Of !he most Superlative
and Con ii-ni.il - haracte , combining in an
elegant f .irrnnht tliose pymnjneht requisites.
Saiety and IiTieacv the iuvariab e aceoai
n.minients of fs use as i Pteservaiive and
R fresher of the Complexion. It is an ex
cellent Lotion, for tli -eases, of a Syphilitic
Nature; and as r.n injection for diseases of
the Urinary Organs, ari ing from habit- of
dis-ipat on, ued in c nmec inn w th ttie Ex.
t -ttcts I'.uchn, Sar-ap irilla, and Cats wba
Grape Pills, in such diseases as reeon end
ed, caimat. oe surpassed. Prico, One Cellar
Full nnd explicit directions accompany the
Evide ce of the most responsible and reli
tible character furnished on appficatiou. with
hundreds of thousands of livi mr witn- ses,
and upwtira of .'o.oO unsolicited certiti ates
and recomrnemitit rv letters, m my of vvi ich
are from the highe-t sources, incl udincr mi
nent Phy-icians. Ctergvm 'n. Sta'e-men, etc.
Ihe proarictor has ntver resorted tT their
nid) ication in the new.sp ipers ; he does not
do -his fiom tiie fact that bis arti les rank
as Standard. Reparations and do not need
to he pr.,p-'ed un bv e rti'ir ites .
HENRY T ID- LMHOLirs Genuine Preparation-,
Delivered to aDy address. Secure
irom nb-erv tin.
E-tiblished Upward of Twenty Years.
S Id bv D.-oggi-ts everywhere. A Idres
b tiers for info; matian; "in confidncp, to
llExnr 1 . Hei.vboi e, Orujr ist and Chemist
Only Depots; H. T. HELMBOLD'S Dm
and C'.em:cil Warehouse, No. 591 Rroaif
wav, New York, or to H. T. Ile'mbold's Me
di . -d D -of, B4 South Tenth Stree', Phila
eel; h a, Pa.
Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for HFXRY
T. HELMBOLD'S '. Take no other. au20
BOOT AND SHOE STOBE,
Cor. First & Morrison sts.
AVING OPENED OUR NEW STOCK
jHi2ssr,QZ399 xi-r: '".mr1 azz s 9
Wc aie now prepared to fu;nish our cus
Best Quality of 'Goods,
Of our own and Eastern Manufacture, at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Call and Examine Our Stock
Boots & Slioe;
OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES,
Wc Always have the Latest
and Most Fashionable
Styles on II and.
Profzman, Gillihan & Co.,
Ccrner first and ETorr iC n ts
Feb 10 1871:tf
An Infallible m oon piniFtEn, possess
ing rare toxic and xrRVixE properties
a certain cure for niti-XHATisM, cotr,
KEtitAUiiA, and all kindred Diseases.
. It completely restores the system -wheo im
paired by disease, revives the action of th
Kinxcis a tEMTAi. ora9. radi
cally cures scnoFl'tv, i.t rhevtm
and all cniPTivi; nni ciiTAsrous Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in dyspepsia, erysipelas. Tumors.
Boils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi
rates from the system all traces of Mercurial
It is ptu'ELY VECET.iOLE, being made
from an herb found indigenous in tai.forain.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for use by
Females and Children, as a dlood rem.
FIER anl IIEXOVAIOn.
For Sala by ell Druggists.
aeetfiGTQK, (qstctter & cq,
529 and 531 Llarket Street,
oct 2' 1 .
In ihs County Court of Clackamas County, in
the fstate of Oregon. In the matter of the
Est ;itc of Henry is. Moore, deceased. . -
To The unknown heirs of said Henry S. Jtoore,
u;d all persons interested in said Estate:
grXOVV YE THAT JAMES M. MOORE, AT)
minislmtor of said Est.ite, has applied to
said ''ourt for license to sell the south half of the
N. W. 1-4, and the fratinnal N. E. fourth cf the
N. AV. feurih of Sec. 32, in T. 2 Ii. 1 E., of
v lilamette lTifridian, contamiri i2 8S-10 acres
of laad Ix lon-j-intr to said Estate, and .the t'ourt
lias set Monday, the lat day of May, 1871, for the
hearinp of said application ; therefore, in the
name of the s?tae of Oretron, yoa and each of
yon, are cited to be and appear m mud Court on
said dav, and show cause it any there be why
such license should not be granted. By order of
lion. J. iv. v art, county judge.
Witness the Seal of said Court-.
J. M. FflAZF.rt.
Marfa 17, !S71.w4
LL fERSOXS 1TAVIXG CLAIMS against
tie rotate Ot Mis. Marv Ann Ari 1
cc is 1 are notified to Treaeat them to the under
with the neces-sary vorehers, within six montlla
frnm tn,'. dt
VT. CAREY JOHNSON,
Dated March 17, 1S7I.W4 Executor.
LL OUTSTANDING COUNTY ORDERS
- endorsed prior to November 11, 1S70, will be
pauiu.i ljrustiniauon. xnieredt tnereon win cease
. . . 1 : . l
H. SAFFARRANS, ,
Treasurer of Clackamas county.
March 3, 1971:-w3
REDINGTON, HOSTETTER & CO.
11 or f
Some of you can't and we pity you.
You have tried e'verV ifernerly buttle
ONE destined, by iis intiiiisic merit, to
supersede ail t-imilar preparations. It
is not surprising you- shouId. be reluc
tant to try something else abcrthe niuny
experiments you have made of trashy
compounds . foisted on the public as a
certain cure ; but
KewclTs PulrVidhary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST rerntdy ever
compounded for the cure of Coughs,
Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, IVItovping
Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumplivn.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have beeu already btnelited by
the surprising curative powers of
KewelTs Pulmonary Syrup
and with One accord give it their un
We now addrefe ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea ol the age. for the healing of all
diseases of tbeTlu-oat mitl Lungs,
assuring you that
paevveirs PuFmohary Syrup
his cured thousands, and it Will cure
YOU. if you try it. This, invaluable
medielne is pleasant to lbt- ta-t' ; soothing-,
heabng 'iJ - strengthening in its
effects; entir lv ,.1'K'e fn in all poisonous
or deleter. otis driiis.nhd perfectly hurui
j less under all circumstances. .
For Sale Ijy. jtll Druggists.
REDING ION', IIOTETIEIt fc CO., ;
5iJ9 and 531 Market street, Sun Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Which is confidently rtcoKimended u$ the
bevt prepai tion now btjom the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in. a highly coi.centruted form all the
properties of Jamaica t Jinsrer,has become
one ol the most popular domestic reme-dies.fo?-
all-diseases of the stomach and
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable
to all persons lecoverinjjj from debility,
whether produced by lever or otherwise;
for WLtle it imparts to the system all the
glow and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it is entirely free fir. in
the reactionary effects that follow the
use ot spu its of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for
females who suffer from difficult men
struation, giving almost immediate re
lief to the spasm that so frequently ac
company that period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by rhlirg in a railroad car, or by
sea sickness, or other causes.
It is also valuable as an external fip
plicat on fur Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
UKD1XGTOX, HOSTETTEn & C O.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
F I av o ring Extracts
AI1E THE PERFECTLY PURE AND
highly concentrated Extracts from Fitsh
Fr uits, prepared with great care.
Tliev ire put up in soerior style, and
in a bottle hording TWICE AS'MLX'II
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
CoinpHl ing quality and contents, none
other are nearly so cheap. . -
Whenever tested on their meuits, they
have been adopted iu preference to all
othet. and are now tl STANDARD
f FAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacific
MARK THE ADVANTAGES.
By purchasing Rcdington's Concen
trated Flavoring Extiacts, you obtain an
article not only superior iu richness and
delie.icj ol flivor to any-bther of a simi
lar nature, but fV.r more economical, be
cause ench .bottle holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
REDISiGTOX, HOSTETTER CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Would yon escnpe FEYER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor dnrinjr the
s ckly season, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT CKED with Chills
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, a'-d used other so-called
remedies wrhoul permanent relief, seek
at once the safest and surest
by using according to directions
MASON & POLLARD
or, Fever and Ague Pills. Time has
proved them thoroughly to be the safest
fctid most reliable re nedy known. They
contain no mercury or otser mineral or
che nical. Tlny. are exclusively, ve e
tab e. Thry stimulate the f.ini lions of
the tiver. . Congestion is impossible wht-re
thev arc used. They do not deter from
daily labor, liy a-sisting digestion tf ey
add flesh and mu cleto the fi aire.-They
are adapted to all ats and both sexes,
and as a
Will CURE in their incipiency, thrce
fonrths of all diseases in. ic'.ental to a
malarious climate. For Dysprp&ia, in
small dose-, they have no equal.
For sale bv all Druggists.
UED1XGTO.V, HOSTETTER& CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
health and disease, has never received
from ant medic ne such marked and un
rmst.ka'ble assi-'a .e, on the side of
health, as it Las fio.n
Ne well's Pulmonary Syrup
REDIXGTOS, HOSTETTER & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, Saa Francisco..
A UCTIONAJp COMMISSION
A. 13. Kiciaai'dsoii,
AUCTION E ER-l , lA
Corner of Front andOak streets, Portland;
Of Real Estate,. Groceries, General Herchan
' dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday A
A. B. JthcHAEDsox, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined I5ar and jlundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, siWs ;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron. It. G Iron ;
A large assortment of (Jroceries and Liquors .
A. H. ficnARrso. Anpfwtiper
For a fw cents you can Imy
cf your Grocer or Druggist a
fackago of SEA FARIXE,
made from pnro Irish lloss, or
Carrageen, Yrhicli will mafco
Lixtcen juart cf Blanc 3Iange,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Russc, "&c. It is tho
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious foel hi the world. It
.makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal 3 a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Chango !
THE GREAT WORLD'S
Tliis Avossrtcrfsil vegetable
restorative Q.tlao sEatcl-an
cljor of tlic IccIitS :ii5;l dcili
Inlcd. A a Conic cordial
for llic :ig:cd nsa;l liEzigaitl, it
no equal :i:nc:j siora
acliics. , As ix rca23ctSycXbr tli
nci'von3 weakness so wSiicli
v.oiBca arc especially sub
ject, it' is suifjerscuiaijyo cvgry
oilier siinsalitat. Iti all Cli
mates, tropical? tcssipcratc,
or fvigitl, it acts as a specific
in every, specicseof disorder
wli ich H53derisaaes tiie Iiodily
slreiijlli and breaks down tli
animal spirals. For sale lij
Aug. AOiV.ty q
OREGON CITY;, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
boots '& siiox:'0
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM C A S S I M F R E 5, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
. - - . ' ,.
Which I will sell at the Fnctory Trices, and
will take Wool in exchange. q
C37T will iilsrpav the liigiiept prices lor
Mutter, Eptrs, end til kinds of good country
produce. 1 will sell as-low as any. hons
in Oregon, for (!.sh o- Us equivalent in goodo
merchantable. produce. - - - 1 - '
e" Give me a call and sati.-fy yourselvesl
B'LH SKI S VifArJTED.
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY OEDFTiS.
J m. ir.lSTl tf
s : : ls4 .
Commission P-l e rc h a h tj
AXD DEALER IX
ESS.KNT1 A L OILS
DYE STUKISAND : '
G EN E Ii A L M El ' C II AN DISE.
BY TIIE PACKAGF O.LY. .
Cn-h Oidersfor Goods of every descrip
tion, fnun this or any Foieign Marker, wiil
receive prompt and faithful attention.
MiNEUS. MA FA( TCUERS AND O
. OLKSAl.E TR.-JDE SUP
PLIED FOR CASH.
No nnfice r attention pi id to orders f
rroods. if there is no provision . r the
pa merit of the same. o.
OFFICE, - Merchants Exchange.'
San Fruncisco, California. ,
TERMS NET 0SII. ON DELIVERY, "IS
U. S. GOLD COIN. Package prices.
.... " t
N- B. - Oregon nopuctl Solicited
J . 27:tf
NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
No. 91 First Street, (Second door south of
Lis old staud), Portland, Oregon.
I AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALh
work in my line in a superior manner
with !l the lit st improvement in tl.e ait.
Notions hut t,r- cla-s woik do ie at my new
.nd mag i tic nt n o s, at low i r ce-.
( ALL AN" EX .MINE SPECIilEXSJ
Feb. 10, 1371 :mS