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vEljc lUcckln Enterprise.
TOWN" AXD tOUXTV.
A Card from Dr. Barclay.
Mr. Eihtoi:. Please allow mo. through
'the medium of your paper, to say to the
Vuizens cf Oregon City that I liave no
'desire to hold any office at the next
'municipal election on the first Monday in
May. I have served the city over H
years fw School Superintendent and mem
ber of the City Council, iberefore I claim
the pi?vilege of being relieved from the
duties of public life.
A Visitor. We had the pleasure of a
visit from our old friend. II. C Street. E-q..
formerly of Id iho City but now from Car
bon City. Nevada'! and the able editor of
'the i:,ji-iler. Mr. S. came to Oregon on
"a visit to ee what progress she had made
:-i:ice he was last hei'- a-id expresses Iiim-
self much disappointed at the marked and
h-apid prosperity that, is, everywhere visi
ble. He returns overland in a few day?.
.May he have a pleasant journey to Ii is
'home. Mr. Theo. Durmeiter also gave us
E.vtkkt.unmkxt A.i Fair. The Ladies
'of the Episcopal Church will hold a Fair
on Wednesday evening, April 2("th, at
Myers' Hall. Children.- clothing, fancy
articles arid a few choice plants will be
'offered at reasonable rates. Jlef'resliments
"will also be in readiness for all those who
feel and reaiize the umpdurss of this world.
Posters will appear next week.
Pkr.sonak. We had a call last Thursday
from Mr. Geo Daly, foreman of the San
Fr?mcisco Attn. Mr. Daly is on a short
visit to his relatives and friends. He
will return on the steamer next week, in
company with his farther, who goes to
Australia on business,
about, four mouths.
He will be absent
Commk.ncki). Woik lias been commenced
on the new steamer Alert. The timbers
for her hull were taken down below town
this week, and it is expected to have the
hull set up tomorrow. This is to be the
largest, as well as the best fini.-hed boat
that lias ever plyed the waters between
here :i;d Portland. Workmen are also
engaged in preparing the timbers for the
new lieli nice.
Exc R.sro.w-We acckn-iwledge the n c ipt
'of an invitation fioiu th s Committee of Ar -T.ingeinen'.s
to attend an exct.T -ion to Day
ton, on W ednesd-iy. April 2 '" t h . given in
in honor of tl?e anniversary of the organiz i
tio't of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows in the United States, by Oregon
Eody:e No. We anticipate a fine lime
"on the occasion.
It k ruK.-j k vf.vn v ks . Th e I , 1 1 o v i tig Pas. t
(J rands have been elected representatives
from Oregon Lodge No. 3 to the Grand
Lodge, which meets in Portland next
'nniiiih : J. T. Apperon. A. J. Apperson,
11. 11. Fellows and Wm. F. Funis.
Goon ( itiu xanck. In our advertising
columns will be found tin ordinance,
vvl.iuh was passed by the Council last
M mdav. prohibiting bovs from
I, l Tt t
i is g the saioi.ns. 1 1 is a good ordinance
and many parents will feel the good ef
fect of sue!) -J law.
Boors A M SilKMS. Me
Giwihan A: Co. announce
thaf. tliey arc selling their
to the public
stock for the
next ten d ivs nt cos d.
u i as r nev sav. ane itcrsons ( eir
'lag any thing in their line car. get bargains.
Pkusova!.. We h el the pleasure of a
lc;sll from 1 lo:i. W. II. Dunbar yesterday.
Mr. I 'unbar was a member of the last,
Legislaure from Marion, hut is now lo
Ckowdki). The P. 1. Company's ware
house is again crowded with produce, to
its utmost capacity. The boats continue
t brTtcr down full loads ot
reiLrht, and I
there brinr no shipping at Portland, it is
forced to accumulate here.
Omittki). We unintentionally omitted
the name of Mr. Reuben Smith as one of
the Vestry elected for the ensuing year
It would not be a complete Vestry with
:1 Town. Dr. Flumtner. Siiperintend
ent of the Telegraph Company was in
town last week. We were pleased to no
tice the D octor much improxed in health
Kit'Ki:,') i:r a House. Mr. A. Willis
was kicked by a horse last Saturday, just
over the eye. inflicting a painful wound
Stock. Mr. A. Levy has just received a
new stock of goods, consisting of every
thing from a Chinese fishing pole to a
line suit of broadcloth.
?fXK. The steamer Success, which has
been lying in the basin for some time
took a notion to go down last week. The
'cause of her sin it ing is probably old age.
Xkws. In another column to-day will
be found a new advertisement from Mr.
Ackerm an. lie has a fine stock of goods
on hand, just received, and his prices will
! fi nil very reasonable. Give him a
Feckivkp. J. 11. Ralston received a
new addition to bis stock of goods last
week. Give him a call.
S::vr S ci:-:rv. The L i lies' Sewing
P-iciety of the Episcop ii Church, meets
next Tuesday at the residence of .Mrs.
J. W. ."-ell wood.
Tho gentlemen who have taken tin1
C11T; Huuse. did not purchase it, as statsd
by us last week, but leased it from the
La:;ks. Mrs. F. I). Kelly has a stock of
bonnets c just received.
Ni-.w and YAT.VAiu k Skfi.s Given" Away.
We have received from N. F. IJoTKit. .t Co..
of Farkesburg. Chester Co.. Fa., sample's
ot" I mnortod "Norway Oats. Alsike Clover
and (."iiester County Mammoth Corn ; ihev
'dvr to send simple packages
to a!i Farmers who i,J stumps to av
Messrs. N. F. Boyksj A Co..
st Importers of Thoroe.gl, bred
rid Choice Seeds in the United
Mites. lU,,i ns (hero is so much
Norway Oats and other Seeds beun
y wish to giri
untrv a c!i ir-.c
every F. inner in th.
to test their Oenuiue
Seeds, fi ee of charge. We hope all our
IVietid- will avail themselves of this gen
TlIF. FiliiENOI.OGiCAL JoCKXAL AXD LlFt:
Ii.i.vsrtiATKO for April, appears in i:s
usual becoming dress, and contains an ex
cellent variety of readin: nntser with
seve.al portraits. A good number. Frice
'.' cts. : S3 ay ear Sent half a year, on
trial, for SI." Address, . R. Wells, 3it)
Eioadvvny, N. Y.
t-ECOND award of Cold Coin by the Cos
mopolitan Benevolent Society of Nevada
City ! We would call th attention of
our readers to the advertisement of the
C. B. Society in our columns, and would
pay to those who purchased tickets in their
firt award and did not win a pr'ze. now
is their opportunity to zvt square hv
purchasing a-ticket in the second, which
is the most liberal of any ever altered to
We have received the April number of
the American Stock Jouitx.vL.published by
Messrs. N. P. Buyer & Co.. Paikesburg.
Chester county. Pa. We look upon this
publication as one of the most valuable of
iis kind published in tiiw United States,
and earnestly recommend it to our read
ers as a text book in rearing arid manag
ing stock. The Hibscription price is onfy
SI per yeai. for which any one of its valu
able articles may return to the subscriber
many limes its cost in the saving of the
lite or usefulness of a valuable horse,
cow. or other domestic animal. Sjjecimen
copies scut j'r"e.
Ovkrlano Monthly. In the Overland
Monlhiy for May. 1871. will appear one of
the most int'eresting articles ever published
in that magazine. It is contributed by
the liev. Thomas Condon, of The Dalles.
Oregon, and bears the suggestive title of
"The Bocks cf the John Day Valley.
Mr. Condon has created a deep'in teres t" in
the geology of Oregon by his famous lec
tures on the Three Stone Heads." recent
ly delivered in Portland Oregon, and his
contributions have already attracted the
earnest attention cf thinkers and scientists,
who pronounce them valuable.
Lightly Imperial. Don Piatt
tr rites ironi aslnnton : "We
are t ttin to be just the least bit
imperial in our ways here, ami have
the countenance. For the first
time in the history of the executive
mansion servants appear in livery.
lis Kxcellency is surrounded by
the military. There is a continual
jingling of spurs and clank of sa
bers, and the illustrious 'tanner,'
now uptown so great, can only be
reached through a battalion of
llunkies, and brigadier generals (by
brevet) are as thick as blackberries.
3 Irs. Grant, when she receives, is
surrounded by her ladies of honor,
and the handsome, jolly General
Michler acts as master ot ceri mon
ies, and presents the vulgar crowd
to their exclusive excellencies.
A Good Time Coming ! Mrs.
Stanton says: "When in the new
development of the race we shall
have true marriage a union of souls
then love, wisdom, justice, mercy,
liberty, equality and fraternity
will make olad our earthly pii
LrriueiLiv, and men aud women, so
lonoj wanderers in the reat wil
derness ol life, - will regain the lost
Paradise, and live in obedience to
eternal law. "When marriage is a
true union of spirit and intellect
between healthy, happy men an
women, and when mothers and
fathers give to these holy offices
the same preparations of body and
soul, that the artist bestows on his
poem, statue or landscape, then
will marriage acquire a new sac
redness and dignity, and a nobler
tvpe of manhood will glorifv the
At ihe residence of the bride's father, in
Clackamas countv, April li, IsTI, bv E.
Wittlon J. P., Mr. Wm II. Jj..ud of Mult
nomah county, and Mi-s Sasin J. Cockel
reas, d' C'kiekii nas countv.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the nriees naid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar-
lc'.es are selling, in this market :
Y HE A T Y ! i i r e . bushel.. -Si h(7i. 20
OATS "ft bushel, id cts.
FO fATtjE-i bushel. .j()p7,7. cts.
ONIONS e bushel. $1 oi if,;-; si 50.
FLOL"U-l! bbl. S 00(s"f o.).
J JEANS hile. T lb.. ',Uv, 1 cts.
mni'ii i:ntni i
d fi).. 7c:
11 - iv., io (v , t lam.-:, i
in cts.: Currants, ft lb.. lOerJO cts.
EFT I'Lll -ft 11... :;7cfs.
K'.JUS "ft dozen. lCflS c's.
CHICKENS "ft dozen, $:',(,; l.
SL'C Ail Crushed. ft lb., o c;s.:Ishmd
""ft HP2.3 cts. ; N. ).. 'ft lb.. l. cts. ;
San Francisco refined, ft lb. KiJ cts.
TEA Young Hvson. fl lb., $1 50 ; Ja
pan, ft fi., J0cT3c!i 2o ; Black. ) II)., 75c.
COFFEE "ft lis.. 20(J.22 cts.
SALT ft it).. lKi cts.
SYIIL'P Heavy Colden, ftgall., $1 00;
Ex. Heavy Golden, ft gall., si 25
BACON Hams. m.. 1C cts.
15 cts. -ft lb.: Shoulders. 10 cts.
LA lit) "ft lb.. Vl(.? 12 4 cts.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene, "ft gall.
Linseed oil. raw. ft gall.. 81
Linseed oil. boiled, "ft gall., SI 50.
WOOL "ft lb.. 22C.7-.23 cts.
:s, f. in.
rets, -ft ib.
-Per head. S2 Hil(V 52 50.
(ireen. "ft, lb., oc. ; Drv. lb..
a 1 1 i-d . ;-c
C'liccriiig JP;'ti-fi for llic Uillious.
Every day demonstrates more clearly
that liver complaint, in all its distressing
funis, can be controlled and cured without
diHo-idty or incon veniecne. It.is an obstin
ate di-ease, but its obstinacy is nut proof
agaitt the pertinacious, remedial and re
st.nat ve operation ot llesteiter's Stomach
Bitters. Tiiat ueuial corrective comprls f,e
'' S't " t dn it.i itif. It in it. at secrete r- gu-
uly and liea.ltht-.il v under the intluence of
; the Bitters.
Fiich- acttjii biings it back
of tebellion into perfe. t har-
! trmii a state
motiv witii ine la-A-
s of heatt i. If theie is
ichc. it ceases if the
tc' e or b ick-;
id th whiles of the eyes aie tinged
in ei tluo.is l,de. thev' reeoi-er t'o-ir
natural hue ; it
tiirns ; if the t'
tore 1 ; in bn.
the atipetite is trone, it re-
iresiion, is impaiied; it is re
, whatever ihe symptoms of
mav be. aud whatever the
l.l so it
aiiimii, , cure i. cttf'ii
.U. .1 .il V- III! 1011101111 t . j J;) j.
I i O . 1 111'! I1 U O 1 I O ..i S
devel'-ped ; but in
mere y a eoi.siitut
is- as.- has been .dreadv
cast's whri-e tlier is
,!liit tendenev to liver
li:c by the regular ue, in sni.t.l quai.tit.cs,
of t'n sj'alatab e a.itiJu e. These atv proven
fac ts, and sh d he serimsMy p,,i' iei ed -or
latner. i.iey fiioui.i Le proa ptiv iicied
by all per.-ous of bi lious habits.
AGENTS 1 Oil THE EMEiiPUiSE.
The feliowing pei ,ons are authorize d t ,
act as agents fji the Knelrpkise:
J. M. Baltimore. To lland, Oregon
Tnomas i!o :ce, San tYunoeo.
L. V. t isher,
Hudson & Menet.41 Io k Rw V- -.
.tv.-. i . noeu c. i.c., 40 1
i Phih.detpl.ia. ' s.uuweei,
! dobihia! & UlWarJ- 517 Locst reet, Phiia-
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Office, . Vo. C4 Krojit Street,
PORTLAND, - - . OREGON.
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the. most desirable
localities. cousUtins of LuTS, HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, MOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Pronertv
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and throughout the STATES and TERIil-TORI1-S,
with jrreat care aud on the most
HOUSED and STOKES LEAPED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, an. I CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. Ai.d a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES aud TOWNS in the SI A IE. will re
ceive descriptions or FARM PROPERTY
andforward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 1371.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
PORTLAND. - - OREGON -
GEO. la. CUKKY,
DEALER IX REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovet
Farm Land- sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed propeity.
Val.iab e securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
"Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Co.'iunis-dons solicited and executed with
fid -liiy and promptness.
OFFICE No. 14 Carter's Building, corner
of Alder an 1 Front streets.
Feb. "i, )-7o:tf
licbct t ;i Dcgn c "LO(!i;e Xo. 'Z, I.O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y EYEXIXGS,
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in 0 Id Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree aie invited to
attend. By order of
EVERV ONE IMS O-.VX I'Ot Tnli.
A private instructor l' r married persons
or ti-,os ab uit to be mai ridl, b.th male and
frm de. in everything conce.nrig the phs
io'ogy and relations of our sexual system,
and the production ami prevention of off
sp ing, im-Iu ing all the new discoveries
never bef oe give.u in the lnglish laumuige,
.V WM..Y(H;.Vi;, M. I). This is really a v'al
uibleand mteres'i 'g work. It is written
in plain language (or t'e- general reader-, and
is ibusfrited with numerous engra ings.
All young m trried people, or tho-e conteni
plati ig marriage, ainj having the lead im
pedim -.'tit to married l.fe, should read 1his
disc.oses secrets that every one
siemui 0e acquainted wit i ; still it is a b x k
that must be locked up and not lie nhout
the h uisc. It w 11 he sent to any address
on re eiptof fifty cents. Address Dit. WM.
YOUNG, 'o. 11G Spruce street ab ve Fourth,
On gon L.ol;; o. 3, I. O. or O. F.
ggjtMc, Meet 3 ever j- Thursday even
SCjF ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
n all. Main s eet.
Members of the Order arc invited to attend
By order. IV. O.
w'iHuijinJt' rc,,it- .v. 15 j. r
Meets every Saturday evening, at the roirr;
S.K. corner of Main and Fitthtreets, at 7 1-2
o'cloc.c. Visiting members are invited o
attend. By order of W. C. T.
.Iiilt si-jsiia It Inl-t' o. 1 A. h atirl
A I'ohls its reiru'ar e mnmniea
-tions on tiro Fi r-4 r,xl "tliL S.ttur-
d.iy m cacti month, at 7 n'cloi k from
ihe -joth of September to the 2"t!i ol
March, and 7.', o'clock from the "ioth of
Mitrch to the L'oth et SetdemScr. Biet'u
ren in good standing ar - invited to attend.
Dec. S1A S70, Bv order of AY. M.
CiT U'pkd II nis axi) Fu e, sore lips, dry
ness of the skin, tVc, Ac'., cured at om e by
liegeman's t'amplior Le ith Glycerine
t keeps the hands soft in all weather. See
that you get liegeman's. S d l hy all drug
gists, only 2") eent-i. Mai milaetnred only by
Ilegeman A Co., Chein sts and DruggisLs,
New York. dectJO-ly
A. G. WALLTXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery-
O HUGO A I A . JJUIl DIING,
Corner of Srovt ami Al.lcr Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC F.OOKS, .MAGAZINES, NEWS
FA I'LUS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
St. Pauls (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Sellwood, rector. Services on Sunday
at l'h . m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School
and Bible class at ii r. si.
1st Conerrogationnl Church ..... .Seats Free
M o i n i ti g Set v i ee s, 1 0.-15
Sabbath Sch'.ol, 12 o'chak M.
Evening Services .7 o'clock.
Rkv. E. (Jerky, Acting I'astor
J'HAVKll MKETl NGS.
Sunday evening, . .
M. E. Church, ..; Seats Free.
Morning Sei vices, l.3o,
Evening S' i vi'es, 7 o'clock.
S CIAL MKETINOs.
Clas Meeting following Moininir Services.
Fraver Meetintr Thursd i v evening 7 co'clok.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock F. M.
Have e'aps,a-l since the intro luct'on of the
Pain K ill -r t the public, a id y t at present
it is more popular and commands x h rger
sale than ever efore. Its popularity is not
e mhned t th s con itr,- alone; ad over ,t e
woild its bem ficial ell'ec"s in caring t ie 'il s
that flesh is he r to." aie aekn .wiedged and
ajij.reciat.'d. and as it pain EIUER its fame
is limited t i no connry, sect tnor race, it
needs only to be known to be piiseJ.
Tuirtv Years is c rtain'y a long enough
time to prove the etiicacy id' any medicine,
and that the vais Kii.Li;a is deserving of all
i s propri, t-rs clai.u lor it, is amply proved
by the unparalleled popu an y it has att lin
ed. It is a si.ik and kff.-.ctive remedy.
Sold by all dr- g.ists. Price 2-5 cts., 5u cts.,
and 1 per bid lie.
Directions accompany each bottle
LL OUTSTANDING COUNTY ORDERS
- endorsed pnor to March 15, 1ST 1, will be
paid on presentation. Interest thereon will cease
Iroia this date.
Treasurer ol Ciackaraas couuty.
April It. 1971:w3
k lie GriatFaiu y ietlirine of tlie
TiRS. m. E. WHITE,
CLIFF HOUSE, NO. 5, UP STAIRS.
-TTTH1I.ST THANKING THE LADY
V public for their most liberal pamo
ate in the past, she would most respectfully
invite their attention to her ne-.v styles ot
FASHIONABLE .11 TS AND BONNETS,
now on hand and just received.
Dress-Making ooue in the very LATEST
April II, ISTl.tf
JUST RECEIVED AT
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
AAA FOUNDS OF WOOL, Tot
OUUUU which I will pay the highest
PRODUCE of all kin is bought, for which I
pay the hi .best niarke; price.
If toii desire s:o id Gooils, at LOW Prices,
catl at I. SELLING'S, ana examine his fresh
stock of Spr ng Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, lS71:tf
LEOTJ DeLOUEY, Prop'r,
A TE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
SIIX STREET, OREGON CIT V, OKLGON'.
qIIE UXDERSIGN'ED R E
JL spec; fully announces to his '
friends and the t. ave'in p dj ic, 1
that he has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve his
csutomers-with Ovstei s-, Pisi's Feet, a good
cup ot Coli'ee or a QUARK MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, lb71:tf
-i i a,s i .
New Goods ! New Goods !
BEGS LEAVE TO INFOI.M TE PUBLIC
that he has refitted the old stand, corner
Main ai.-d Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and has
rec ived an entire new stock of goods, con
DRY -GOOI1, GROCERIES,
CROCKER Y, G LA SS WARE,
arid a genera! assortment of everything in
ourli ie. Thankful tor past, favors, westil
solieit a share of the u .lie patronage.
Country Produce Cdu-n in exchange for
JOHN II. SCII RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SADDLES, HA RXESS,
Jfiin Slaf, 0vgo7i ( i!y,
T3 Wl.-hes to represent Unit he is now as
well prepared to furnish -my article in his line
as the largest establishment, in the State lie
particulai ly requests that an examination cf
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
riMIE HOAi: D HF TRUSTEES ORfiAN
JL ized tor the purpose of establishing the
a ove Sclujol, would r espectiuliv announce
that 1 1 1 e v h ite engaired the services of Mr.
S. I. I)iI-;. as I ea dier, lor a se-s;on of
six monllis. The Seho- 1 will o;cn on Tues
day', the 3d day of January, in the room
lately occupied as tne ' Enterprise Oilice."
AH the usual brioches c imprising a thor
ongh i-:Hg!ish, Cla-si al. Mathematical and
Comme.cnl edir ation will be. taught.
Appii'-atio i for ; daiittance, terms, Sec, to
be made to the Teacher. Hours, from y a.
in. to 12 m.. ami from 1 to :i p. m.
The undersigned will eommence a Niiht
School on Tuesday even ng next, January
3d, rn the Grammar School Room. Hours,
from fi.', to 'J.
S. D. r()PE.
Oregon City. Dec. 0, 1S7i". tf
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASHj BLINDS AND CGORS,
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL S 55 Erf.
ift-S They will also do TURNING, of fv ry
descriptiuu to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcl
ALL WOo-K WAUR ANTED.
Fhop on the River, back of Ackrrrnan's
Store, Oregon City, Ougon.
I have opened a Fi'iisbinz room H Dr.
Tiie-sing's Brick, under f-.e old Clerk's efTi. e,
where I am prepared to furni, h all arti. les
of mv mannfac tire, at as low a p ic.- ns can
be purch 'sod i i Oroiiou. Constantly on
hand all kinds of furniture, and what I hare
i ot, w 11 be made to order, en sho;t notice.
Giee me a call and examine my stock.
.Oregon Ciiy, Julv ; o:tf
In the re'attrr of the Estate of Thorn as Roork
"HEREAS. AN ArrLICATTON HAS been
made by Archron KfUr, Guardian of the
Estate of Thomas lloork. insane, tor a license to
sell certain real estate lx;loii;in-4T to saiil wari, in
Clak '.riias count r, Oregon, to defray his exjicnst-s
in tl;e Insane As luni.
Take notiee, to all porsons whom it may cot
cein, that anr'rkr was made by the conn v
'onrf, setting apart the 1st day oi May, A. 1.)..
1S71. for all in'cres-e l i)erscris and next of kin,
to appear and show- cause, if any there lie, -why
sai 1 apiieaMon should not t'e aTunti-d to said
(iuardian. Ry order of lion. J. KAVait, County
J. M. FEAZr.R,
CIIAS. F-. VVARRFN,
Oregon City, March 23, )S;i:w4
In the County Court, Cl-n-ka mas County, Oreiron
la the matter of the Estate of Francis Jackson
liJ'A R All A. JACKSON, THE APMINISTRA-
tri: of said Estate. hainar filed her accounts
and vouchers for final settlement in the Court
aforesaid, and the Court havintr appointed the 1st
day of the May term of said Court, in 1S71, for
the examination of the same, all persons are nc
tirted to Hie their exceptions, if thev have ai.y,
before said day. SARAH A. JACKSON,
J0irN!?CN' & JIc'OO'TN, AttVi'. ajrTTr4
: ; i ill 't:'0"'''l
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TO YOUXG MEi !
TO .YOU BELONG TITE FUTURE OF
out beautiful and fast growinsr State.
Soon the shrill whisi le of the IRON HORSE,
s he comes t moking across this great cou
iuent, drawtng after him the rich products
f the Nition'd Wealth aud Industry, will
"GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to till the new avenues of Busi
uess. Everyone should prepare lor an
ACTIVS BUSINESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made in the com
mertial alfaits of Oreixon in a few years
What the developements of our State will be
in the futui e, is a Tuestion winch depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFIC A'llONS
ot her 1 oun-r Men.
Within the past four years of continued
National Buuness College,
of Cortland, Oregon, has spat out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, and many of
whom are now tilling lrzh and lucraiive po
siiionsmthe Banks, Count nz- Rooms ttid
Stores of our State. So gre.it is the demand
that Business men h tve bei n frequently
compelled to send East tor as istau. e. No
enterprising-, studi uis Yountr Man who has
passed thro' gh the prescribed course of
studies at tins
has co p'ained for want of a situation and
at g od Salary, too.
Every fuiili y is here afforded for acquir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPEXSE.
Every stud nt will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having completed the Theory, he is
intro luced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing l.im w.th all tho minntia.' ot real business.
,T! e oYn-se of. study embraces I) uhle and
Single E try Book-Keeping, Commercial
Arnhm'tic, Commercial Law, Correspond
ence. Badness I'e imansh p, regular arid
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superior advn ntages for securing a thorough
ORNAM ENTA L PENMANSHIP,
1" UKNCII, S PAN ISTI, .
CEWMAN, ITALIAN. ETC.
For full particulars, call at the College Of
fice in Carter's bu hlinir, corm-r of Eiout
and Alder stieets, (entrance on Alder) Port
laud, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address '
Mercb 31, ls71:y t
The FLORENCE is the best FewLig Ma
dune fu- Family use, because it so seldom
f-eis out of Older. If there is one in Ore
gon not working well, if informed of it. I
wid lix it without expense of any kind to
19 Montgomery St., South
Grand Hotel Building,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SEX I) FOIl CIRCULARS.
CTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
March 31, ISTlimlO
An Infallib'.e blood PiniFiEn, possess
ing rare iic and M:nviE properties
a certain cure for hheimaiism, con,
M t n iua i. end all kindred Diseases. s
It completely restores the system when im
paired hy disease, revives the action of the
kidaets nnj tcxiTAL organs, radi
cally cures scnortxi, silt riiccti
and ail cntPTivt and (ut.wcols Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relic."
in iivsj'epsii, ervsipelas. Tumors.
Boils, Scald Ilead, TTlcers and Sores; eradi
cates from the system all traces of Mercurial
It is Ptaciv vilcitTAni.i:,beinmade
from an herb found indigenous in ci. fornix.
It ia therefore picul'arly suitable for uss "by
Females and Children, as a blood ri;ai.
FI and IlLAOVATOH.
For Sa'e by a!l Druggitts.
R E B t N Q.TQ Ti , tt QSTCTTCft & QQ.
5Z0 and ZZ1 Llarket Street,
e't 23!y .:
. i ' i .,
(V '':: V'VV'
KEDINGTOJ,, IIOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coughing I
Some of you can't, and we pily yon.
You have tried every remedy hut tl 6
ONE destined, by iis intiinie merit, to
supersede all imilar preparations. It
is not sufprism tr yo;i shot. Id he reluc
tant to try something else uf crthe many
experiments you have rnade of trashy
compounds foisted on the public a a
Ct-riaiu cure ; hut
Newcll's Pulmonary Syrup
is really the VERY BEST remedy eVer
compounded for tlie cure of CougJis,
VolJs, ore Throats, Asthma, IVIiovping
Cough's, B.--oncAitis and. Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have been already btnejited by
the surprising curative powers of
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their un
qualified approbat'ou. .s -..
We now ud.iiess ourselves to nil who
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea ol tlie aire for the healinjj of all
diseases of the Thiout unci JLungs,
assuring you that
NewolTs Pulmonary Syrup
his cured thousands. an it will cure
YOU. if '.you. try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to th- ta ; .-ooih-in?,
healing and strengthening in its
effects; entirely freefn-ni all poisonous
or deleter:ous drus.nnd perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For Sale by all Druggists,
RKDING I ON, IIO.TETlEn & CO.,
5'29 and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
ll'hich iV confidently recor.tnundt d as the
bett pretcu tiot nolo he Jure the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly co centrated torm all the
properties of Jamaica ('in;j-er,has become
one ot the most popular !ometic r nie
dies foj- all diseases of the stomach and
As a ionic, it will he found invaluable
to all persons recovering fi om debility,
whether produced hy fever or otherwise;
for Wiile.it imparts to the system all the
glow and vigor that can be piodiu ed hy
wine or biandy, it is entirely free from
the reaeii'.naiy ellcets that lolfow the
usp ot spuiis of any kind..
it is also an excelUnt remedy for
females who suffer from -difficult men
struation, giving almoGt immediate re
lief to the pnsui that so frequently ac
company that period.
It give immediate yelicf to Nausea,
caused by riding in a railroad car, or by
sea s'ck: ess, or other causes.
It is also valuable us an external ;:p
plicat oti lor Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
Aedixctox, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
F I av o r i n g Extracts
APE THE PERFECTLY PtfRE AND
highly c- ncenti at.-il Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepared with great care.
Thev ;'ie put up in superior sivle, and
in a bottle In Iding TWICE AS M ECU
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Compar ing quality and contents, none
other are near l so cheap.
W henever tested on their merits, they
have been ad pted . in preicrence to ;J1
otheis. and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS ol the Pacific
MARK THE AD YANTA GES.
By purchasing Redington's Concen
trated Flavoring Extract-, you obtain an
article not only superior in richness and
delicacy of ll.jvor to a: y o her of a simi
lar nature, but far mure economical, be
cause each b t tie holds double the'
quantity contained -: in a. bottle of any
other liavm ing extract sold. -KEUIStiTOX,
nOSTE JTER it CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Rfl. tt P.
Would yon escape FEYER AND AGUE,
and preserve lie dth and vigor durinsr the
sickly season, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT CKED with Chills
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease. ;v d used other so-called
remedies wi hout permanent iclicf, seek
at once the safet and su;et
by usincr, according to directions
MASON & POLLARD'
or, Fever and Ague PUR Time has
proved them thoroughlv to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. Tin y
contain no mercury or oti.er mineral or
etie nical. Th-'V are exclusively rege
tab!e. They stimulate the f in-ions of
tt,e liver. Conse-thm is impossible wh: re
thev are us d. They do rno deter from
daily labor, liy a sUting diee-t ion they
add fl.-sh and uiu clem the fiarre. They
are adapted to till ages and both sexes,
aid as a
Will CURE in Jheir innpienov, tfirce
foiu ths t all diseases incidental to a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small doses, tl.ey have ueq-.al.
For -ale bj ali Druggists.
ItEDIXGTO.V, IIOSTETTEK & CO.,
Which is continually going on between
health and diea-ii "has never received
from anv medic tie such marked and un
mistakable as-i-ta i e, on the siae of
health, as it has fiom
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
REDINGTOrf, IIOSTETTEK. & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Francisco .Q
AUCTION AND COMMISSIClf
A. 15. Ricliatfdsoiiys-
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Merchan
dise arid Horses, q
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SA?k
English refined liar and P.undle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steol
Horse shoes, Fi!e, Rusps. saws
Screws, Fiy-pans, fl.cpf iron, R.'g Iron ;
. , a i.so ;
A largeassortmentof (Jrocetirs and Liquor-
A . I'lnuKpgov. A m i iotiper
For a few cents you can buy
cf your Grocer cr Druggist a
rackage of SEA 3IOS8 FARIXfi,
made from puro Irteli Moss, or
Carrageen, which Will mako
cixleen Vxuarts of Blanc Mange,
and a Ii!:o qi:anlify cf Pud
dingc, Custard Creams, Char
lotte Eusse, &c. It is tho
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in tho world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light ani
delicate food far Invalids) and
A Glorious Chano ! !
TIIIZ CHEAT "WOIirD'S TOXIC.
TSsas wosuslcrftsl ycsfeta'bld
restorative is tlse &5soei-iaii-cljsr
of tine feclilc mud cleiili
tatccl. Ai n Co:23C airJ ecrdial
for t5io aged mscl I:2:2tiid, t
Im no eq-iaI anio::3S' stotn
ncSsics. A3 ri ressaedy Ter- else
ncrvoin wcriliaiess Co vljicli
woEncn are cspecjrIIy su!7
Jecl, it i superseding every
o:l2cr stinasalss. S:i till CXi
kshScs, tropiCiiJ, teKajcratcf
or lai-sil, it sscl as a specific
iji every sisecac? of disorder
wlsicSt undcrsiiinc cSsa fjodily
sls eiBds jssil breaks dow n the
miiitial spirals. For sale by
OREGON CITV, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS c SHOES,
MA KB WARE;
I al?o keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASSIMFRES, FLA NN ELS',
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Wbich Iwi'I sell nt tlie Factory Piites, and
will take wool iu exchange.
377 will iilso pay the highcFt price? for
BnttiT, Eprts, and iol kinds, of gor d country
produce. I will uil as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o- us equivalent in good
mcrt haiitiiblc produce.
rs Give me st cuil and sati-fy yourselrca.
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS.
Jan. 13,1871 tf
IRHEST A. FRLANDSON,
AND DEALER IX
DYE STUFFS AND
G K N h R A L M E I : qil A N DIS E.
BY THE PACKAGE ONLY. O
Ca-h O deis d-r Goods of every descrip
tion fr.-rii this r any Fo-eijjn Market, will
re. eive prunipt aiiil f.nthful .itreroiun.
MINE US. MAN UFA T CICERO AND
V. OLKSALK TRADE SUP'
PLIED FOR CASH.
Vn tif tire or attention nid to orders for
goods, it' there i- no provision
made for th
pa merit nf tlu sau.e.
San Fi iincisco, California. x
TERMS NET G-S1I. iN DELIVERY, "IN
U. S. GOLD COIN. Package prices. "
B. Cregon Propncts Solicited0
NEW PIIOTOGPAi'IlIC ROOMS,
No. 01 First Street. (Second door south o
his old fetand), Portland, Oregon.
I AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL O
work in n y nnc in a UJ erior mant-er,
with all t he -. t. pt imj r vr n ent- :n il e -it.
Nothinrr hot t;r'cla!-s wnk dore : t my r.evr
j ( ALL AN EX-MIKE SiEOlHEyH,
Feb. 10, l?'rt:ai3