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TOWN AND COUNTY. -
The Mayor's Message.
The newly elected Major and City
Council of this city met and organized
Tuesday evening, tLe ?h.inst. when the
Mayor delivered the following inaugural
GENTLEMEN' OF THE ClTT COUNCIL OK
Oreuov Crrv It becomes my duty, under
"our City charter, to call your attention to
such matters connected with the govern
ment of t hi city and to recommend the
adoption of all g.iuh measures as I may
rleein expedient and proper lor the welfare
of the city.
I am aware that all of the officers elect
fully appreciate the many responsibilities
entrusted to our care and each and every
oue will enter heartily upon his ditty, ever
keeping in view the necessity of retrench
merit-and economy and to see that no
abuses creep into the management of our
itv afl.iirs innocently cr otherwise. Our
indebtedness must be reduced if possible,
hence the necessity of keeping a close
Watch after our expenditures, remember
ing that every dollar saved will cut down
that much of'our city liabilities.
Emigration is rapidly coming among us
and capitalists are fast directing their at
tention to our favored ritate and especially
tho.iu representing man niacin ring iri'er
ests ; for the encouragement of which our
'city presents valuab;e facilities not
equaled upon the Pacific coast and I
ljupe we shall be able to conduct our
city affairs in such a manner as to present
every possible encouragement to both
capital and labor to settle and invest with
in our city limits, we require more people
ar.d more capital ; let us abor to obiain
tins ernl lor when our assessibie property
becomes four times what, it, now is. our
city government will cost no more, and
consequently one fourth of our per cetit.
will atford us the same revenue then that
o.ie per cent, dues now.
I expect each officer whose duties re
quire him to keep a record ol his transac
tions to have his books and accounts in
such shape as to be able and ready to re
port to the council when required.
I would also beg leave to call the at
'eiiiioti of your Honorable body to the
'k-' Tchool and suggest that the committee
f- irg in concert with the school super
iv.end mt m tke a thorough and critical
investigation as to the condition and
bi-us upon which it is being conducted
and report the same.
I would in addition direct your atten
tion to the accotn id atiiu of the fire de
partment in reg ird lo the matter of
benches, tables, lamps and other necessary
articles to the good organization and com
fort of the members of said department
and also the maimer of expending ihe
funds for the improvement of the roads,
and streeLs within the corporation and
especially those leading in the from adja
.. I earnestly desire that we shall bo able
at the expiration of our term of olfive to
show the people in wh it manner lhoss
who have been chosen to ru ird the inter
est an I administer the atfiirs of the city
have fulfilled their trust, by presenting an
.abstract of all our P iauci.il operations iri
order that the people in ty know whether
the public m meys. h ive been expended
in accord tnce with law. and the aifairs of
ahe city administered in a judicious arid
llespecifully submitted. ;
Thos. Ciiaumaw Mayer.
Entektainm'.'.n r. Our citizens were
highly entertained on last Monday eve
ning with an exhibition consisting of
;ch trades, tableaux:, sons, &c. by a nuin
b.'tj of young 1 1 lies an 1 gen t lemvi of our
city. The receipts of the evening were
;ten leie I to Mrs. McCue by the ladies an !
ieritlem vi erigiged ' the entertainment
as a m i.it -station of their reg ird and ap
preciation of her m i:iag"me:U of the ex
hibition. All the parties eng-iged in it
acquitted themselves with much credit
especially the ladie.
( Thk Loi Ks. We took a walk last Mon
day over to Linn City, and observed that
rMr. Morris, the contractor for construct
ing the locks, has done considerable work
already. A number of new buildings are
going up, among which is a very large
house for. the quarters of the laborers,
iwMch is being erected by Mr. Morris, the
Company's quarters and a lare house at
the ferry landing. Things look business
like over on that side.
Standing Committkks. The following
standing committees were oppointed at the
meeting of the new Council last Tuesday
evening : . .
'. Committee, on Schools. Owen Wade,
W. Buck, John M. lhuon.
.. Finance. John M. Bacon. Owen Wade.
. .Streets. Jas. M. Moore, W. W. Buck.
, Fire and Water. J. D. Miller, Charles
Loixus, J as. M. Moore,
i Health. W. W. Buck, John Porter,
, Bjhi.k Society. At a meeting of the
Clackamas County Bible Society, held last
Tuesday .evening, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year: Presi
dent. Uev. J. W. Sell wood; Vice President.
Rev. E. Gerry ; Secretary. C. T. Locey ;
Treasurer and Librarian. S.D.Francis;
Executive Committee. John Myers. Charles
Pope. J. D Uubb. T.-J. Spot tier and W. C.
Johnson., -The Depository of the Soc ety
will be hereafter at the store of Mr. S. D.
Dhugoists. Hodge. Calef & Co., of
Portland, are among the most successful
druggists on this coast, and have built up
an extensive Wholesale trade because they
do business with facil'-ties equal to any
bouse dealing in ill it line on the coast.
Persons dealing in Portland will do well
to give them a call.
. Ei.fctko. Ex. Governor Curry has
been elected President of the Tua'itin
Manufacturing and Navigation Co. and
D. W. Hare. Vice President. We learn
that the Company propose soon to com
mence work on their canal. We hope
that such is true.
Real Estate Sales. D. P. Thompson.
Esq.. last week sold his brick residence to
Capt. J. D. Miller, for the sum of $3,000.
This week Mr. Hurford sold his house to
Mr. A. L. Lovejoy. for S1.5U0. We hear
Of other real estate changing hands.
Killed. The cars ran over six head of
beef cattle belonging to Messrs. Albright
& Logus. last week, killing them all. It
appears that the railroad company, or
Btock, are out of luck.
Ice Cream. Messrs. Bailey fc Harding,
of the Lincoln Bakery, are fitting up an
ice cream saloon, in their bakery, where
they propose to serve this luxury during
the hot davs this summer.
rosTOFFiCE Established. A new post
office bis been established at lower
Molalla prairie, in this county. The name
of the. postoffice is Harlow, and Capt. Win.
Barlow is appointed postmaster.
Feksonal. We had the pieanre of
meeting our obi friend. H. N. V. Holmes.
bf Polk county, in town last week.
- Killed. The train lifted Dr. Barclay's
cow off the track last Wednesday, killing
her instantly. She will be missed from
many yards, she was in the habit 61 visit
ing without the eouseht of thejowners
Accident. Col. W. L. White had his
hand caaght in a circular, sawjast Wed
nesday. tearing two fingers severely, but
fortunately no bones were broken.
CiTr Commit ike. A Noltuer, W. L.
White and S. D. Richardson were appoint
ed as ihe Democratic City Committee for
the ensuing year.
Fiue. The alarm of fue last Saturday
A A I. . I l . - "
a3 ctiiiseu oy me aye Louse iu the
of ihe factory, catching on fire
extinguished without doiii-r much o,m ,.r..
The Cataracts wt-o-M i i .. .
were promptly Cu itie
Through jx O.ve Day. The p. T. Com
pany are taking passengers now IVom
Port fend to Albany in one day for $2
and to saletn for sUo. We notice the
boats are carrying lull lists since the re
duction. Removed. The place of meeting of the
City Council has been removed to the up
per-story or cnarman s store, which we
leant he gives the City free of rent for one
year. The Mayor is very liberal.
The New Aleut. Work on this new
fcoai, is progressing very rapidly.
t The Lilttc XZorporal for May is an excel
lent number, full of pleasing and instruc
tive reading matter for boys and filrls.
and older peoplt who have young hearts.
terms, si 50 a year. Send stamp for
specimen number and Premium Lit to
John E.Miller Publisher. Chicago. III.
The Phrenological Journal for May a
very superior Number contains an array
of over twenty stated articles besides its
ever valuable Miscellany. Price 'M cts. ;
S3 a year. Sent half a year on trial, lor
SI. Address S R. Wells', otiO Broadway,
$25 GOO in Gold Coin! Who takes it ?
Speak quick, for the tickets of the Co-mo-politain
Benevolent Society of Nevada
City are selling with a rush. By invest
ing $2 50. some lucky individual will re
ceive a fortune ; ami a there are Several
other prizes of $15,000. $10,000, $5,000.
$4,000. $3,000. $2,000 and several others,
we advise every member of the human
family to purchase a ticket and get rich.
We go in sut e.
The Fire Department-
Mr. Editor. On looking in the hose
house opposite the store of Mr. W. Fish.
I was Rt t tick with its desolate appearance.
Neither table, chair, lamp, flambeau, oil
or any other accomodation for carrying
on the business of ihe company except
the Hose and Hose carriage. Is it not a
shame that the members of the Fire De
partment of this city are not only expected
to furnish Iheir own uniform and. jump at
the first alarm of fire or to be fined, but
to piu their hands in their pockets for
every incidental expense. We believe
that no other American town on the coast
acts as niggardly as Oregon City (the
oldest and most, wooden in regard to its
size) in this matter, and as
two alarms of fire within
think it would be Well for
council to look into this.
we have had
ten days, we
the new citv
Howls Jr?--Ot"tr attention h s been
called to the following provision in the
Section -I. At all elections for city offi
cers, the vote shall be viri -ore. at ih:
time and place designated by the City
Will some of our city fathers inform us
by what authority the election on (be 1st
inst was conducted by ballot,7' and
whether we have any legally elected city of
fleers? The quest ion is open for discussion.
and we would like to have the matter set
tled belore any difficulty arises.
Democratic Address. Elsewhere we
publish an address issued by the Demo
cratic Senators and Representatives in
Congress. It is signed by all, and there
fore should be taken as representing the
sentiments of the leading Democrats of
the country. We ask a careful reading of
Mayor's Mkssaok. We publish to-day
Mayor Charmau's message to the City
Council. The document is short and to
the point, and should the Council follow
out its recommendation.-).- we mav expect
a better government of ciir city affairs in
There is a provision in the city charter
to the effect that the city shall own the
ferry airosa ihe Willamette river, and ihe
proceeds of the same shall be applied to
the support of the City Seminary. How
do'.'.s it uome that this ferry is now owned
by one of the members of the City Council.'
OrrosrrioN. We see it stated in some of
our southern Oregon exchanges, that Ben
llolladay is about to put on an opposition
stage line from the end of the railroad.
We h ipe it is true, and also that neither
party, will weaken soon. It will be a
benefit to the people, if it proves a loss to
Cnors. While we have the report from
California that the crops in that State will
be complete failures, tbre never were
better prospects in Oregon for an abund
ant crop of both fruit and cereal thin we
have this year. The spring rains are
c uuicg just often enough to aid visita
tion. From the bi-itvstivin : A. A. M (Cully,
Esq.. has purchased of the State the pro
perty know as the residence of ex Secre
tary May. for $0.3;;:). Mr. McCully and
family intend lo return and mike Salem
their perm. ment home, with this beautiful
mansion as : ip side nee.
The StiO.iKio demanded l.y ljen. Holla
day from the people of Harri,Uurg and
Eugene City, has been subscribed, ami the
road will cross the river at the former
place and pro up on the west side.
The ricnest copper mine on the Pacific
coast is lo be found in Union county li
assays ninety-live per cent, copper 'and
contains enough silver to p;iV )or ,he
wo. king of the ledge. M nodaa Demo
crat. Ishk ix the Ring? -We notice that
Gov. Grover has appointed Y. B. Carter.
nf the Crtizeitp st n....r ..t.
" - j, puouc. xs cer-
tain papers in.imare that appointments
are only given i,, the Ping. ' we would
like to kow whether Bro. Carter has
The following Xjtari
lies were annointed
weeK nv the iimm,,,.
Ch is. V.
Grant's Renomination. We see it
ftaied that Senators Sumner, Schurz.
Tipton. Patteison. and Fenton are work
ing hard to prevent Grant's renomination
by the Radical National Convention. We
hope they won't succeed in their endeav
ors. Not that we want to see Grant re
elected President, but because we do
want to see him the Radical nominee.
He will be the easiest man to beat in the
whole United States ; it is the interest of
tue Democracy t3 hare him in the field.
Which is why we remark'' that we hope
the bove named Senators will not suc
ceed in defeating his renomination. Let
us but have the head of the Great Amer
ican Gilt Concert" to oppose us, and we
will ride into power without half an
effort. Should the Radicals nominate a
statesman or a man of brains, the Democ
racy Ynipht have to work a Utile harder to
obtain their certain triumph, but, with
Grant as li e Radical leader, the fight on
our part would be no fight at all. We
shpuid just quietly wslk in and take
possession. IF- Statesman.
Benton Democrat. We yesterday re
ceived No. 3 of Ibis paper, published by
Messrs. Quivey & Miller, at Corvallis. It
presents a very neat appearance and edit
ed with ability. We welcome the Demo
crat tnd hope for it a long and prosperous
A Family Il ui ty. No family seotuU
be without s me efficacious remedy lor the
cure of ali'ecti ins, o universally pievaleht,
as coughs aad eolds ome remedy, to,
wh:c,i can he lelied upon as safe, .-are and
certain. Dr- . UVa .s JJc Ixam of Wild
Cherry combines this desideratum.
liiur in 31 i ml.
When disease has undermined the health,
and the physical system has become pros
trated, a stimulant ihut will not only
treugthi'n, but remove the eau-,e should be
iniuiedi.it. lv resorted to. Mental distress is
ul.-io a fruit. ul uice of the breaking down
of the constitution, and the ravages of this
enemy to lualt i are truly alarming. For
all sii h maladies HosU-ttt r's Stomach Bit
ters have been found unsurpassed liy act
ing din ctly upon' ihe digestive organs, th. y
remove the ' eavv, disagre able feeli -g alter
eating, mi often complained of by per.-ons ot
a delicate tempt rame t. As soon as di-ge-tio,i
is restored, the pa ient finds his
htre.igtb increasing, and his general heahh
Thousands of persons certify that it may
be relied on in all Cases, of vveaknes-. or ner
vim-, de.,iiiiy attei da. t upu sette t.iiy LaO
its. The generality ot Bitters are so disa
gieeable to the taste that I hey a re object, oual
to a weak staunch. Ihis is uot the case
with Host tier's Bitters, which will be found
nuid and extremely p.eas.mt. Baisamic
plants, backs ami roots co.. tribute their res
toiative juices to render it soothing and
streiigtheiig. Its basis is tho only pure
stun ul. nit which has ever been produced,
i oiiLiiauiy no Jud oU, or any other delete
rious ele.i.t nt. The mo t careful ui.d kill -lui
chemist have analyzed .he LJitte s, a, id
pronounce them harmless. This is .-cien.itic
testimony; but I lie testimony of the liuu
dreds Oi thousands who have experienced
the prevent. ve a,.d curative tiiccts of tlie
GREAT VtUETAl'.LK TONIC a.id ALTERATIVE of
model u times is still more conclusive. Iu
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Bi.lums i es ',
Nervous Complain. s. Chronic Compliints
and general dt-DlH'y i i-as ncailj nilallioie
as anyt.iiiig in this f.lliiile woildcan be.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Otil-O, . ?iO. Ol: KlOUt
REAL ESTATE in this CITY and
F.ASi PuUrLAND, in the most d.sirable
localities. eoiisi-tiur of LuTS, BALK
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, 11UU6BS aud
IMPROVE; FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATU tor sALE.
RCAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased lor ( "on espontients, in t-ais t.'IT
and diro igtiout t-.e STATES and 'J'EKUl
TOUItiS. Willi great cure and on the most
A D V A NTAlEuU S TEH MS.
HOUSED and STORES LEASED
Loans negotiated, ami -claims of
ALL DESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. Ai.d a Ge .eial FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFTCE in all the
CITIES ana TOWNS in the S t A IE, will re
ceive descr iptions ot FARM PRO PELT V
and (forward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, lsVl.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
PORTLAND. - - 0REG0K
GEO. JL. CUIIlilL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Se.eeting Swamp and Ovei
F.iitT Lintls snld and purchasers obtained
for all kinds or' burled p'opeity.
Val tab e securities tran.sterred in exchange
for real estate.
L iaus nego'iitedon property, and title-1
examined and determined.
Oouiui's-ions solicited and executed with
fid dhy an 1 prompt e-s.
OFFICE No. 14 C irtet's Building, corner
of Alder an I Front stieet3.
Ftb. ."S, 1 -7o:tf
Rebert-a Degree Lodge So. a, I. O. O. P
(O Meet m the Second and Fourth
$XJ TUESDAY EVL'XIXGS.
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in O Id Fellows
Hall. , Members of the Degree aie invited to
attend. 15" order of N. (J.
Oregon Lortjfe No. 3, I. O. or O. P.
-SSe- JItets every Thursday even
f i'ig lit 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
H all, M.tiii s eet.
.Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. X. ti.
iliultiiiiniiili I-.ol ,;- o. 1. A. K. mi .
A. fluids its regular c mimurca
VV't'"ns 0,1 tl,e Fii't id 'I'hhd Safur-
'4,,J n each month, at 7 o'cio k from
he '2"th of September to the "tii ol
March, ami 7i o'clock from the "Joth of
Marc.i to the 2'ith ot September, fbeth
reu i,i good standi. ig aiv mvi'ed to atte id.
Dec. s7o, Uy order of V. M.
Cn rrxD Hxns and Face, sore lips, dry
ness ol the skin, Ac, ite., cured at oti: e by
llesjemaa's Camp!ir . I -e with Gly. erine
t keeps the ban.is soft iu all weather. Se
that you get liegeman's. S dl by all dru
"t'ts, 'otilv '1 cents. M linu-actui ed only by
7fegema"i & C ., Chem sts ;.nd Diuggisls,
New York. decaU-ly
EVERYONE lll0 VX DO T Ii.
A private ln-tnlctor fr married persons
or thos.. ab ut to b" married, b th male aud
ft-m.le. in everything concemi ? ibe ph s
loloiry ami relati lis of our -exual syste ,
and t'ne prmfu -tiou a:id pieveution of off"
sp ing, ini-lu ing all the new discoveries
never bef ne sive i in the English la guagf,
y YVW1 YoUNii. M. D. This is really a vl
u ibln and interest i work. I. i- Writte
in plain la iguaue for ttif general reader and
is 1Lu.-itr.ted with numVrou engrnvi isjs.
All young married people, or tho-t cont-ra
plan -g inarriare, and havinsr the leat im
pedim nt to married l.fe, should rend thi
b ok It. disc: wes- secrets that ev rv on
should be a -quainted wit . : still it is a book
that must be took d up and not tie about
the h. us-. It wll t,e s-nf to anv add.es
on re eipt of fif;v.-ents. A.HressI)K. VM.
l,0-rG' Vo-lU Sprue slrettabMve Fourth,
M. E. WHITE,
CLIFI . HOUSE, NO. 5, UP STAIRS.
-X7-nl.ST THANKING THE LADY
V p bde for their most liberal pa ron
ai:e in th' p -st. sh-e w -uld most respectfully
invite.tii ir Httention to her new styles 'of
FASIIIO'ABLE IlTS AND BONNETS,
now on land an 1 just rec -ived.
D ess .faking cone iu the very LATEST
April :4, lS71.tf
JUST RECEIVED At
tOOTS AND SnOES.
UA1U)V JiE, (.tROCERIE-5,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, iC.
MAIN STREET, OitEGON CITY.
rA AAA POUNDS OF WOOL, for
OUUUU which I will pay the highest
PRODUCE of all kin Is bouiht, foi: which I
j ay the hi-best market ptice.
If you desire srood (Joods, at LOW Brief s,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
s,o k of Spr ug Goods.
GIVE ME Ai-ALL AND CONVINCE
M v Motto is, QJICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, lSTlttf
RESTAUR A U T.
LEOT4 DaLOUEY, Prop'r,
LA TE OF ''HE CLIFF HOUSE
MUX STKEET.OREGOX CITV, OUEOON.
''TIIE UNDERSIGN E D I!E- y-s.
I spec, fully diiiuunces to his 9 J
f. endi and the t.ive'inn pub.ic, KtiCy
that be has re-opmed the above
The proprietor knows bow to serve his
esutoiuers with Omtt'! s, IM's Feet, a good
cup ot Coffee or aSQU ARE MEAL.
Oregon Cit-, Jai. '27, lt71:tf
187 I .
New Goods! New Goods !
BEGS LEAVE TO INFOIM TE PUBLIC
' that In- has reft ted the old stand, corner
.Ma:n and Seventh Ms., Oregon City, a-.d fias
received an entire lew stock of goods, con
1) UY GO ODS, CROC FRIES,
CROCKER 1', GLASS WARE,
an! a general assortment of everything in
our li ie. Thankful tor past fivors. vvestil
solidit Si sluire of the u patro awe.
Country Produce lakeu m exenunge f or
JOHN II. sen RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SADDLES, 11 A MS ESS,
J la in St-ett, Oregon City,
fy Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prt-pared to furnish :iny article in his line
as the largest establisbmenr. in the State He
particularly request that an examination of
his stock be m.i.le belore buying elsewhere.
rpIIE ROAK'I) tiF TRUSTEES ORtiAN
JL ized tor the purpose of establishing the
above School, would respectmlly announce
that they h ive engaged the services of Mr.
1J- i'-:lK. jS leaober, (or a se-v- on ol
six months. The s-ebo-I will oten on Tut-s-day
the 3 1 d ,y of January, in'the loom
lately occupied as tue '' Enterprise Olhce."
All the usual briiiches Comprising a thor
ough English. Classical, Mathematical and
Co iime c .-d ed . atioti will be taught.
Apjdi. atio i for admittance, terms, Ac, to
be made to the Teacher. Hours, from t a.
ni. to 12 in., an. I from 1 to :! p. m.
The undersijiied will commence a Night
S liool on Tuesday even ng next, January
3d, in the Grammar School Room. Hours,
from o.V to y.
S. D. TOPE.
Oregon City, Dec. 20, 1870. tf
piPERIAL MILLS. .
Savicr, LaRoque & Co.,
ttfKeep constant! v on hand fi sale.
Mailings. Rian and Chicken Kecd. Parties
pin dialing fV-cd uiut furnish the sacks.
Notice of Guardianship.
In the mutter of the Guardianship of Peplimus
ITiielitf, Lr.ZHiie: In the l ounty Court of the
(State ot Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
TO ALL AVIIOM IT M AY CO X C K It .
lp LEASE TAKE NOTICE, THAT THE UN-
dei-signed has been duly appointed and le
gally qitalitieil as (.tnardian ol the pemm and
estate of M-jit iinus Jluclnt, insane chaive, and
persons having claims arninst said Kstato are
hereliy requin.il to -present tlienl with the proper
vouchers, -within six months from the date of this
notice, to the undersigned, at C has. E. Warren's
law office, Oregon Citv, Oresron.
"A. f. hedges,
Guardian of Septimus lluelat, Insane.
Oregon ( ity, Oregon, Ajuil 21, 1S71:w4
TVOTICE IS IIEKEUY GIVEN. THAT BY
L virtue of an or lcr and license, issued to the
undersigned, by the County Court of Multnomai
county, Oregon, I will sell at public auction, ii
front of 1 lie Court House door, in Ore-ron City,
the real estav-ot llumy "VValter lngalls, a minor
bcinsr the land claim m Clackumas counv, Ore
gon, occupied by II. V. Eanibert m his life tnn
and at the tim.: of le death, in lsn;, particularl
desi-rdn-d in two d-cls made to said Land crt.
one by G. AV. W illim' and wife and Aaron Cisco
dated 21h li, cember, IStil, and recordt-d in J'.ooi,
Dot IX'fls, of i ia i-kamtis county, at page 731
and the o-her exeeured liy 'J hos Johnsrin an,
wife to said I,am!x-rt, dated 27th February, l"(5
an 1 found recorded in I'.ook II of deeds, at pagt
2ui, con'aining aliout ll!l acres.
s-aid sale to he on the 2d day of Jnn, 1871, a'
10 o'clock a. in. Terms Gold coin, one-thir-down
on delivery of deed, and balance in on
year, with in ercst, secured Ly mortcage on tht
proi ertv sold.
P. ING A LLP,
Onrn-dirm of TIenry Walter IniraUs.
Portland. April 22. 1R71. apr28w4
A. G: WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery
O It EGO.N I A B UI I. D 1 1 G,
Corner of Front ami Al ter Street.
POUT LAX O, OREGON.
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOL.VD
anv desired pattern.
Music books, magazines, new
PAPERS, Etc.. bound in every variety
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l i i. rv 1 1 ' . v- ' - -
"Orders from tte eauatry promptly
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBHART,
maVERSITf OF CALIFORNIA,
TO YOU BELONG TIIE FUTURE OF
our beautiful and fast growing State.
Soon the shrill whis le of th-IRON HORSE.
ms he co i es tmoking across this ureat con
tinent, drawing after him the rich, products
i ot ihe Nation's Wealth aud Industry, will
"GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to rill the new areuues of Busi
ness. Everyone slu.uld prepare tor an
-ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial affairs of Oreuon in a few v. ars.
What the developements of ourftate wjll be
in the hitir e, is a questioa which dep'eods
upon the BUsrNL.-S QUiLIFICAllONS
of her Young Men.
Wiihin the past four years of continued
National Buuness College,
of Portland, Orepon, has sent out SCORES
of youac niea fully qualified, ami many of
whom are now liiling h'jrh and lucrative po
si; ions in the Bulks, t'oant nj-Kooms and
Stores of our Stale. So great is the demaud
for , ' ' ; . .
that Business men h ive . be n frequently
compelled to send East tor as istan. e. No
enterprising, s-tud'e. us Yo mti Man who has
pissed throv.gh the prescribed course of
studies at this
has coti plained for want of a situation and
at g'-od salary, too.
Every facility is here affoided for acquir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every s't dent will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE ! ,
After having c nnpleted the Theory, he is
introduced iota a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiariz
ing l.im with all the minidia; ot real business.
T' e course of study embraces D mMe and
!-ingle E .try Hook-Keeping, Commercial
Ar-ihmetie, Commercial low, f 'orr.-spotid-cti'-e.
Badness Pe. imansh p, regular atid
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
ORNAM ENTA L PENMANSHIP,
GEBMAN, ITALIAN. ETC.
For full particulars, call :i? the College Of
fice in Carter's bu blintr, corner of Fmut
and Alder st:eets, (i ntriiin-e on Alder) Port
laud, Oregon, or send for cicala-. A ldress
DeFRANCE &. JAMLo,
Merch 31, l71:y I
The FLORENCE is the best Sewing Ma
chine -for Family use. because 1 it so .-ebloui
!,pu out of Order. If there is one in Ore-
go . l.ot working well, if informed of it. I
wiil fix it without expense ol any Kiuu to
19 Montgomery St., South
Grand Hotel Building,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SEM) FOR CIRCULARS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
March 31, lS71:ml(
An InfalliV.e m oon ri niFtrn, possess,
icg rare to.ic and AtnvME properties
a certain cure for nJiEiMATism, ton,
sr.iii vi.ti x, tnd all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the system when lm
yaired by disease, revives the action of. th
kii.-i: di1 (.rsiMi. onews, radi
cally cures scnoFixA, salt nnct'21
and all rniPTivE nnd ctT.wtoci Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in nvsPEPttA. cnvtirELA!!, Tumors.
Eoils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; era&i
catcs from the system all traces of Mercurial
It is PtnttY VEcrT.iBLE, bein? made
from an herb found indigenous ia CaUoroti.
It is therefore peculiarly Buitable far by
rcmales and Children, as a blood
FIER atod REXOVlTOn.
For Sa'e by all Druggitts.
REBtKGTaK, KQSTETTCa & CO,
29 as.d 31 llaxket Street,
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REDINGTON, IIOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that Coughing!
Some. of you can't, and we jity yo1.
You have tried every temedy buttle
ONE destined, by its iut, ini merit, to
supersede ail imilar preparations. It
is not surprising you stun, Id tie teluc
tant totry sonietLing else afcr the many
exp t irnents you have " made of trashy
coinp-.ui.ds foisted on the public a "a
certain cure but
Ncwcll's Pulmbriafy Syrup
is reiliy the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Coughs,
cWis. Ho re Throat, Asthma, IVftovpiitg
Cough, Bronchitis and Jonnmpiitn.
Thousands of people in California nnd
Oregon have been already benefited by
the surprising curative powers ot
NgwoII'b Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their un
qualified approbat on.
We'now ad.ii esii ourselves to all who
are u uaequ. tinted with this, the greatest
.panacea ot the age ' for the healing of all
diseases of the Tliioial uud. Lungs,
assuring you that
FlewoH'e Pulmonary Syrup
Tria cured thousands. a-n it will cure
YOU. if you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the ta-te ; j-ooth-inc",
healing and ' sti etigthening in its
elfectsi entir- ly free fu tn all poisonous
or deleter ous drujs.and perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For Sale by all lruggists.
REDING i ON, HO.TETIEU CO.,
5lJ and 031 Market street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
JYhich confidently rtcor.imfndrd 9 the
best prepai t 'ton now Lefvrt the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a highly co centrated form all the
properties of Jamaica Oinger.lms become
one ot the most popular dome-tic r me
diei for all disea-es of tte st. mach and
As a ionic, it will he found invaluable
to all persons recovering front debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for w. lie if ini,ai ts to the system aH the
glow arid vigor th.tl can he piodnced Ly
wine or biandy. it s entirely free fi otn
the reactionary eth-cts that follow the
use oi i-pi.hs of any kind.
It is a!s. an xeell. nt remedy for
females who suffer from difficult men
struation, giving -aim. st imn ediatt- re
lief to the spasms that so frequently ac
company that period.
It t:ie- immediate 'elitf to Nausea,
caused by riding in a railroad car, or ;y
sea f-:ck' ess, o other causes.
It. is also valua de us an external ap
plicaton for Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
RKUISGTOX, HOSTETTEU & CO.,
529 and ii31 Market street, San Francisco.
F 1 av 6 r i n g Extracts
A!fE THE PrRFECTI.Y Pr'RE AND
highly c ncenirat. i Extracts from Fiesh
Fruits, piepar. d with great, ar-.
Thev re put up m superior style, and
in a bottle h Iding TWICE ASM ECU
as the ordinary bra ds of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are ne iil.i so cheap.
Whenever tested on thkif. merits, they
hare heeu ad pted in pie.ereiict- to
otlieis. arid ar now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS ot the I'acihc
JSTAllK THE ADVANTAGES.
By purchasing Rcdington's Concen
trated Flavoring Extract-, you obtain an
article n t only stipeiior in richness and
deliciC) oi fl tvor to a y o her of a simi
lar n iture, hut far moie economical, be
cause e, cii b ttle In Ids doubb the
q-ihntity contaim-d in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold. '
ItEUlXUXOX. HOSTKITEU & CO..
Agents for the Facilic Coast.
m. $t p.
Would yon escipeFEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor durinir the
s cktv -ear-on, make occasional use of the
If you are ATT VCKED with Chills
and n'ilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, a d used other so-called
remedies wi hout permanent relitf, seek
at once the saTe-t and suiest
by usine, according to directions
MASON &. PCLLARL5
AT-iTI-EVl ALARI A,
or, Fever and Ague Pill-i. Time has
proved them t:'or- ug:h-to be the sttest
and most reljabi - remedy k own. Th v
contain no mercury or i t er mineral ir
etie ideal. Th-.-y art- exciusivelv vege
table. They stimulate the f . n-'tioi s of
t e tiver. Consre-tion isimpossihW. wli j-e
thev are ustd. .They do ivt deter. from
daily labor, by a -sisting dietion tl ey
add flt-sb and ma cleio the ft aire. They
are anapted to all ages aud both sexes,
aLd as a
Will CURE in their inipiem v, three
fourths tt all d seases in. -iclental to a
mala i . us climate. For Dyspepsia, iu
small dose they have 'o!tq al.
Fr -ale hj al Druggi-ts.
RGDIXCTO.V, HOSTETTEU & CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which i?' continnslly eoine on between
bealfi and di-ea-.-, ha- never received
from anv m-di.- ne such marked and un
mist.ika'ble assi-anee, on the &ide of
health, as it las f.om
Jewell's Pulmonary Syrup
flEnlXGTOTS HOSTKTTF.R & CO.,
-29 and 531 Market street. San Franeiseo.
A V CTION AND COMMISSION
A. II. Ricliiirl6on
Corner of Front and Oak atreetj, Portland.
AUCTION SALES '
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General MtrcbftB
dise and Horses, rv., .
Every Wednesday and Saturday, I
A. B. Kichardsojc, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English feUtied Bar and Bundle lion
English 8qaarr ani Octagon Cast steI
Horse shoes. File, Raps, .aws ;
Screws, Fiy-pans, sheet iron, R..G. Iron ;
A large assortmehtof Groceries and Liquori
A. H. IticHARD&oy. Auotinnper
" 1 "'
For a few cents you eapdbuy
cf your Grocer or Druggist.
r acka-c of SEA 3I0SS FARINfe
made from pure Irish Moss, or
CaiTagcen, which will -mato
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Pudr
dins?; Custards, Creams, Charr
Ictto ilusse, &c. It is the
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
dclicato food for Invalids and5
A Glorious Chanrjo ! !
THE CHEAT AVORLD'S TOC.
Tlii wonderful vegetable
restorative is llic fitieet-uii-dicr
of tUe feeble and dcbili
ta:cd. A n. tonic and cordial
for the aged end languid, It
hn? no equal amonj stont
nchics. As a remedy for the
nervous weakness to which
women are especially sub
jeet, it is superseding every
other stimulant. In all Cli
mates, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, it acts ns a specific
in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily
strength and breaks down th
animal spirits. For sale by
all Erusf gists
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
- - . 0 7
BOOTS & SHOES,
: . 0
I also keep constantly o band
' . - ' o
SALEM CASSlilERES, FLA NN ELS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Pj-itefc, and
will take wool in exchange.
IfT"! will also pay the highest price for
Rutter. Ept'B, and all kinds of good Country
produce. . I: will. Bell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash o- its equivalent in good
S Give me a call and satisfy youraelvtt
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS.
JOHN JI VERS.
J;in. 13,1871 tf
ERNEST A. FRLANDSON,
AND DEALER IN
Essential otl,- '
dve stuffs and- . . .
by the pack ag" f only.
Ca-h O ders f (Joods .of every d-?crip-
tion fr ni this or any Foeign Mark--1, wiil
ie eive prompt and,fnthful .iten'i(n.
MINEhS MA.l'FA TI'KER" AND
Vi OLESALF.TRADE SUP
PLIED FOR cash:
Xo n-'tice r Mttntion p i dno orders f?
tlo-xl.H. it' there i-f m, ppvri'n made for the
paMiierit of the ?an . .
OFI'it E, Merchariu Exchanges
Sn Fiuncisco, California.
TERAf5 yf-T C--SJI. N pKf IVFRY.'IJT
V. S. GOLD COIN. Package prices.
N B. On-gon iiopucts Solicittd
Ji- . 27:rf
NEY PIIOTOGP.APHIC Roffjl; .
No. 91 Firs Street. CSecond door eontn 6t
Lis old stand), Portland, Oregon.
I AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work in my line in a ku; eri r manner,
ith i;ll 1 1 e f t- 8t imt n ven-ent- - 'tiO e t.
Nothinjr bu't fir-'cla- wotk done i-ti y i V
jpd mag. ..ficf-at t;.QK, t U.wt i.cei.
CALL AND EXUIfE VPtCIMEXW