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Cljc lUcckln (Enterprise
TOW'X AND COUXTY.
Contemptible. We learn that orders
Slave been issued by the railroad manag
ing agent to the mail agent, not to deliver
aav more mail at Mr. Barlow's Post office.
Tb"fe was a little un pleasantness'between
Sir Barlow and the Railroad Company,
vtich resulted in a law suit, which we
presume is the cause of this order. Ly
u-hAt authority these chaps discontinue
en.til wherever they please 15 a matter
which demands investigation.
Lauxcu. The new steamer Alert is
ready to launch, and we are informed
that the builder expects to set Ler afloat
.'next week, provided the water does not
4'ise high enough to take her otf the stocks
Letorg0 that time. The water is rising
Svry fast and we think it will set her
'afloat without any trouble.
Arrived. The diamond drills to be
ued in the construction of the canal
'.cave arrived and were taken across the
friver last Sunday. They will shortly be
.utin use, when we will give a descrip
tion of their w or king.
' Arrived. Mons. De Clute and his
agent. J. II. Jefferson, have arrived in
'town and are making preperations for the
'grand and terrifies tight-wire ascension to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, on the
vacant, lot opposite Judge Caw field's 'store.
"As the performance is tree ve may expect
'a large crowd out, to witness the 'vvonder-
Oct Again. The Dayton was placed on
the route again last Wednesday, after
'having been thoroughly repaired and
newly painted. She looks as good as
Passengers. The P. T. Company's
boats continue to take up and down full
Toads of passengers. The fare is only
bait what the charge on the railroad is.
Coming. Jy telegraph we learn that
Mr. F. O. McCown. oT this city, left
Omaha on the 27th ult for home. lie
'may be expected next week.
The Dance. There was a social dance
at Myers" hall last Wednesday evenirg,
which was well attended by the beauty
and fashion of the city.
New School House. The Directors of
'School District No. -Jo last week let a con
tract for building a new 'rchocl house in
the disirict. The contract was let lor SC.95.
Indians One armed Brown has "been
'in this vicinity hunting up runaway In
dians and taking them to the reservations.
We hope they will be kept there.
Secreted. We understand tliat Ben
Ilolladay went up to Aurora last week
strawberrying. while the legal fraternity
were anxiously looking for him.
City- Cocncie. The regular meeting of
the City Council takes place next Monday
evening, at the new chamber over Mayor
We are indebted lo a liien-J at Port
T.md for a photographic copy of Jas.
O'.Meara's Kanaka allegiance.
PoiTi'ONEi). The long talked of May
picnic has bec? postpomd to next'Friday,
Jane Ulh. provided it don't rain.
Thanks. Miss. Km in a Logos has our
1h:inks for a most beau.iful bonnet of
flowers presented to us last Saturday.
IiirE Wild strawberries are ripening
very rapidly and we are informed that
'they are very plentiful. The late rains
'have taken much ol their rich flavor out
Thieves. Some thieves have been ap
propriating clothing olT of ether people's
Personal. We bad a call yesterday
from Mr. T. Patterson of the Herald and
also Hon. John Catlin. both of Portland.
SaT.k. Mr. IngaHs, guardian, v.-ill sell
"soiiie valuable -property at auction to-day
Comi'I.e i'ing- The new Baptist Church
is last approaching completion.
Tijdian Jim. who was run over iy the
'cars 011 the Canemah 'road, is improving
.dcTwly. al;houg!i pretty well used up.
lie has sufl'i'i-e l very much from internal
hemorrhage. Ac. Mr. Brown. Indian Agent,
whose duty it is to look afier Indians,
stales that there is no appropriation al
lowed to Indians out.-ide the reserVaiious
and as Indian Jim has never been assigned
to any reserve he will not receive any re
lief Irom that source. Co.y.
l.tro'RtTAXT Si -it. S. G. Klliot bas com
menced an important suit against Ben
Iloliaday. which is creating consul Table
O interest in Portland. Mr. FUio.t sues hliii
ior his interest in the railroad, and has
been compelled to sue in almost every
ttate of the Union, it being impossible to
ascertain the acuial place of residence of
Mr. ll..!laday. When suit is commenced
fa Washington Ciiy. he is a c tizen of
New-York : and if in New York, he sud
denly becomes a citiieti of California,
and if in Ca'ifornia. he claims Oregon.
We believe he has been captured and is
tow forced to face the music and abide
the coarse of law.
Beacon. We are in receip1 of the Semi
Weekly Deacon, published at F.alama by
Messrs. M. H.Jt M. L. Money, and edi ed
by ex-Governor Daniels. The paper is
Ki'lependedt in politcs. devoted to i,e
railroad interests ot the N. P. II. R. Co.
It i-s a fine looking paper, and edited with
Ability. We wih it success.
Pacific Cu 1:1:011 man. We have received
3he first number of the new series of this
raper edited by Bishop Morris, assisted
iythe Episcopal Clergy cf this diocese.
IE is a neat looking pap.-r. edited wit!;
ability, and devoted to the interests of the
Lp'opal Church. We hope that it mav
)o liberally sustained.
Denies Ir. a State paper having re
cently s:at that P. J. Mak-ne, Esq
formerly of Oregon, had gone over to the
Rd. he publishes a letter ia the
Iierc,! denying the charge, and says that
time convinces him more and more of the
correctness of ,hf Democratic party.
T) "- St,(P
Fruiter and ex-edi!or ofeert r.,,i:" '.
papers in this biate. publishes a card in
the -Mercury so we see stated, we did
nofreceve the paper) reaouncino- his al
legiance to the Radical party, and ac
cepts the position as associate editor of
Couxty Court. The June terra of the
County Court commences next Monday.
Two Men Killed. We take the following
from the'BuUetm of the 31st inst :
From Hon. James llendershott of Union
county, h came down the Co'umbia lust
niht, we lenrn that a tragedy was enm ratt
led on "Monday on the road between "the
D;iHes and Hood river, in the vicimiv of
M'-sier creek, eleven mdes from Dallas Ctv.
Two old settlers named Clery ;snd MeCh're
had a dilli -nit v about a piece of land. Cle.irv
went to McCl'irt-'s house and shot him
thpO'tgh the groin. Be'oie surgi-al a.s-i.t
a nee could be obtained the wo incled man
Med t death A son of McCiure, a young
man about twentv-four years o age, on se
:n-i his father full, drew hi lifle. on Cleary
and sh t him tfrouiih 'he brain, killing him
lii-ta it'v. Mr. Me! hire WIX a qnietT and
pence. ibly disposed citizen who was univer
sally re-pe--ted. Clearv had heen a soldier,
and was ge it ra ly esteemed a ?ood c itzen.
The men 'wer- perfectly s ber at the time.
The piece of laud nl our, whic'i they disput
ed was almost valueless. Young" McCiure
inten.ded to surrender himse'f to the law an
thmitie-!. The ten i bio affair created mucli
excitement anct sorrow. Clearv I -are; a
widow an 1 two children, and McCiure a wid
ow and several chil lren.
"Map of Portland. We find hi the'Iast is
sue of the Xtic XorUaccst the following no
tice of Mr. William Davidson's new map and
sketch of Pee tland, in which we fit ly concur:
W'lliaui Davidson, t'e irrepressible, inde
fatigable, enterprising and r, liable 're. I
estate dealer. No. 04 Front street, has just
completed a pocket map "f the city of Port
land, which is, in our judgment, the m st
pei feet map of the exia .t. Acc impanying
t'ie my.j) is a concise and comprehensive
skitch.fr m jvl.ich t!ie imm iirruit car learn
liiiicii ;n a 'short compass. In all iding to
ttie co'nmer-cial advaut ges of the city. Mr.
D.ividon says : "Portland, as the center of
a vast a d prosperous manuf.ieturing inter
est, at tin very d stant day. has b en great 1
overlooked. So abundant is the water and
so ra:,id is the fall that it can be carried by
canVi fr upwards of li ten mile-, t.iken
from the falls at Oi't g n City, and the entire
distinct can be made available by the ti e of
the TiK'Uine water wheel anil ether modern
inventions, ai.d not even Lowell, the Sheheii
oi N. w England ami the wealthiest irnnu
lacturing cty in ttie Union, can compare in
exteirt. and vastness wifnt!ie unlimited water
powt-r that can be furnished for the various
manufacturing intore-ts of this commercial
emporium of 1 tie State'
To increase, and thicken the growth of the
hair, use Hall's Vegetable it il a.. Hair Re
' newer, Nothing bttier known to science.
A Kvieurt in ic-t-tl. Dr. lVitar's Bul
samoj' Wild Cherry is a friend m fitd. Who
lias not iound jt such in cuiiug all disease of
the l ings ai d throat, coughs, colds, and pul
monary affections, and ' last, not iea.t," Con
The Cosinopol tan Benevolent .Sccieiy of
Nevada City shows a list of Referee-: wh ch
could 1101 help to satisiy the mo t incredulous
doubter if such a one could be found 011
thU coast. Its friends aie legion, and its
managers most reliable as well as shrevd
business men. The second drawing will
come 011' on our gr. at jubilee dav Fourth of
Ju! and he who nog.' cts Inning a ticket
deserved no more lavors from Dame Fortune.
Ion"t lfspair l-Ciise you liavc Jt
weak Co it 11 1 id 11. Tne vitalizing prm
ci 1 le euibodu d in J it. Walker's Vinegar
BiiTEiiSwdi assuredly strengthen it. In
eveiy drop of that combujat.o.i of vegetable
curatives, theie is a st mulating. a regener
ating, regula i g power unequalel in the
whole rane of .ropriei .11 y and oHicial rem
edies. Jt is to tne lutri pnysique wnai
steam and oil are to the locomot ve t U-iue.
Vet it contains no liery excitant, nothing
bat thejtscisot rare medicinal leibs ani
root-, intended by the Great Physician for
''the healing of the Nations."
$l,O0o RcwAiiD is (dl'ered by tl e proprietor
of Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical
Discovery tor a medicine that will equal it
in the cure of "Liver Complaint ' or "Bil
i usi.es," Consumption of lhe Bowels,
Bronchial Throat and Lung diseases, s-evere
Coughs, ami as a bi d punher fur the cure
of .cro;uloiis disease.-.. Boils, Krnptions,
Tumt Pimples, Blotches and Hashes ap
pearing upon the face. Aold by druggi-ts.
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
imice, Xo. Oi
tlEAB ESTATE ..in this CITY and
EAST Pi) JUL A N D, in the 'most d -sirable
localities. consi-tini of LTS, 11ALI-'
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, HOUSES and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated BANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATL. for SAl.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Ceri espondents, in this CITY
and ihro.ighoct t ie STATES and TERRI
TDfllKS, "with great ( are and on the most
AD VAN TAG EO U S T EKM S.
HOUSED ard STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED. etu CLAIMS OF
ALL ESCRUMTO.NS TTROMHTEY COL
LECTED. Aod a General FINANCIAL and
AGENCY." BUfclSES transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in Hie S i A I E, will re
ceive descriptions or FARM I'ROI'EKTY"
anajforward tiie same to the above address.
Feb. 3, iS71-
REAL ESTATE EX0KAN8E,
PORTLAND. - - 0RE1CN
GEO. JL. ITirEM;
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
C'nVmissioner Se ecting Swamp and Ovei
f owed Lands. ...
F.uni Liuds sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of boi.ted p'ope ty.
Yal'iab e securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negothtedon property, and title-
examined and determined.
'o'uuilssioas so'icited and executed with
5d iiiy an i prompt ie-t!.
OFFICE No. 11 Carter's Building, corner
of Alder and Front st.eets.
F b. .;. f -7':tf
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
BEING CONNECTED WITH REL
Estate Age tsof Portland, are prepared
to attend to t, e PURCHASE an I SAi.E of
HEAL ESTATE in Clackamas and adjoiuing
A TEAM in readiness to convey purchas
ers to a :d from the premises
Free of Charge
May -1C, it71:tf
It noma U lnilc A. .. ' -
A. M .Holds its regular c -miuuti ra
"Vtions on the First and 'I'fi'ml ,itur-
fdy in each month, at 7 o'clo. k from
die 2th "f September to the 20th ol
March, and 7 o'clock from the 2oth of
Marca to the 2oth ot September. Breth
ren m good stasdiag ar? invited to attend.
Dec. 23.1 S70, Hy order of V. M.
Chvppkd Hands and Face, sore lips, dry
ness of the skin, &c, itc, cured at once by
liegeman's Camphor Be with Glycerine
t keeps the hands soft in all weather. See
that you get liegeman's. S d i by all drug
gists, only '25 cents. Mainntartured only by
.e.enrcn & Co., Ciiem sts and Druggists,
Not York. dec30-ly
Rebecca Degree Lodge So. 3, 1. O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
f each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
"all. Members of the Degree are invited 10
attend. By order cf N. G.
Oregon Lodge Xo. 3, I. O. of O. F.
p&S? Meets every Thursday even
1F nff at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. . G.
Willumette Le.dge Xo. 151. O. J
Meets every Saturday evening, at the roar e
S.E. corner of Main and Fitth streets, at 7 1
o'clock. Visiting members are invited o
afteud. ByorcUrof W. C. T.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S. ACKERM AN & CO.
HAVE JU6T RECEIVED A LARGE
SPUIAG & SU3DIER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
We would say, come and convince your
self bef.u e purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOEs.
and a great many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOOL wanted, for which we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACKERrVIAlM & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, ls71:tf
LEON PgLOUEY, PropV,
I.A TE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MUX STREET, OP.EGO.V CITY, OR EG OX.
'-pIIE UNDERSIGNED DE-. v
JL spcc:i'uliy announces to his 'J( 9 J
fiends and ti;e ti ave'ing p'.blic, itf
that he has re-opened tlie above
The proprietor knows bow to serve his
csutumers with Ovsteis, Pig's Feet, a good
cup ot Coll'ee or a" SQUARE MEAL.
O.egon Cifv, Jan. 27, lS71:tf
I 84ZB 1 B7 I .
New Goods ! New Goods !
I?. C A U FIELD
I-EV LFAVETO INFo) M TE PUB LIC
3 that he has refitted the old stand, corner
Ma:n ai.d Seventh Sts., Oregon City, aud lias
reC' ived an eutire iitv stociv of goods, con
DIJ.Y 'GOODS, GROCERIES,
CM O CKER Y, G LA S 5' I VA R E,
and a general assortment of everything in
our tine. Thankful tor past f.ivors, westii
solicit a sir. re ol the uolic pa. ro age.
Country Produce takt-n in exchar.ge for
GfTbe of Board cf Cominissianers
For School Lands and Common
fc-r:' ool Fund
"OTICE TS HEREBY OIVEN,TIIAT FROM
-t1" aii'l lifer this date, all applications for
State, fcclnxil and University Lands, must be ac
companied witli one-third cash payment ; and all
replications for above descrilied Lands now on
i;le in this oitice, must be made good by one-third
payment within MXTV iAYd from date, else
they will be null and void.
T. H. 'CANN,
Clerk tor the Board.
Palem, Oregon. April 15th, 171. ihyl'Jtf
Expiration of Copartnership by
flE IT.RMS OFCO; 1 RTNERSHIP Ex
isting between A. II. Be I and E. A.
Paiker, under the firm name - f Bell &, Park
er. Oregon Ci.v, Oregon, havinit expired by
reasou f i r italion, A. H. Hell assumes lie
li ib. lil ies of sai! lirm, a- d w II continue the
business as f-uinci ly. w th an inciessed and
more C unplete assoitm rt. E. A. Parker,
having engaged his assistance in the Drug
Stole, when he can be alisen t fV-.m theduti's
of his (arm, w II be ple.ised to no-el and
serve i is oi l customers hm! Iriends in his
new occupat on, and as the nouKs of the linn
oi Bell A Parker must of 1 ecessity be closed
up. t iOse indebted will please .rail upon E.
A Parker, at. tne old stand. Ve desiie V
express giatitud and many thanks to our
friends lor thur liberal pairona. .
A. H. BELL.
E. a. Parker.
May 1, 1571.
Tn c"minnins th Drug bus'ness at the old
stand of B d &, Parker, I shall consult the
1 est interests of customers and mv.-eif by
purchasing goods of the tinest q al t., acil
selling tb : same at a very small advance,
l.opjng ti.cveby o h ive the contiiaied lavor
ol burner irifiols a'id patrons, and to make
many new and permanent customers.
Respectfully, A. li. BELL.
May II, is7i:m.T
T0I1X II. SCIIRAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SA DDLES, HA RXESS,
3Tain Street, Oregon City,
i!rg-Yi-hes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State He
particularly request that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
J M FERIAL MILLS.
Savier, LaRoque & Co.,
TTcon cnnstnntlv on hand foi sale
. . ' - --. .
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Feed. Parties
archaaiJg rcea mat laraiaa 122 texts.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
S. T. COR. FIRST & MORRISON STS.,
ALL TIIE LATEST STYLES OP
Ladies' Gcnls' & Children's
BOOTS and SHOES
THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE
Most Piomiueat of uut.Vtw Goods:
Mile.s' Make, Cloth, Scallopped Top, Bottom
Mills' Ex ra Q ialitv Brorze Button Gaiters.
tseibeilic.i's Fieuch Kid. Scalloped Top, But
ton Gaiters Extra.
Seiberlkb'ss Ul.ve Kid F-xed, Fancy Stitch,
Bert's Glove-Kid Fox.d. Button Gaitors.
Bert's CI uh-Kid Foxed, Fancy Stitched,
Scallop, U i'up. Buttun Gaiters.
Donovan's C-stom-m de. Pompadour Heel,
Kid Fo d. Butt n Crait.ns.
Donovan's Ex.ra Quality, all Cloth, Button
Donovan's Custom-made, Extra K d Lined,
Kid Foxed, a d all Cloth.
Donovan's French Kid. Extra Qualitv, S'-al-
1 ped Tup.
Donovan'- Extra Quality', "Scalloped Top.
Pompadour Ile .-l, .fl"cl th.
Donovan's Bio ze French Kids, Scalloped
'lop. Brass H els. . . .
Donovan's Blue Kid. Scalloped Top, and
Rosentock' Metropolitan, Kid Foxed, Scal
loped Top and Vamp.
Rosenstoek's Metropolitan, Embroidered,
Vamp, Scalloped Top, and lirass Heel,
Rosensiock's Embroidered and Fancy StKch.
Scalloped Top ; also, eight otter styles
the s.ime make.
Roen-tick's Fn nch Kid Oxfords.
Beit'.- make Newport 'lies.
French Kid Juuiutas.
Cloth Jun atas.
Cuir J umatas.
Beit's ljroaze Button Saratogas.
Bert's P. itent-leat her Bui tun Saratogas.
Bert's French Kiu. Button Saratogas.
Sieberliib's Fiench Kid Empicis.
S.lierlich's Velvet Shoo. Fly.
Seibe.l.ch's Fiench Kid, Mai. ie Antoinettes.
Seibci licli's 1-reucu KidUpi ras.
elbeibch's (Hove K.d Operas.
Mile-' French Kid Cerise.
Miles' Clotli Oxfo:-ds.
Miles' CI th J uiat s.
Miles' Embroidered Bronze Kids.
Cloth Ox'ord T es. .
French Call Ox.'ord Tie3.
Patent Leather ditto.
Goat S.-.iu ditto.
Cloth Pauice Ab.erts.
Pa tnt L at he Ci.itto.
French Prince Aibeits.
Glove Calf ditto.
('lo b, wita Sealskin fronts, ditto:
Calf Scotch Tie-.
French Calf, hand-made, Gaiters,
Buck kin Extra.
G ove Kid Extra.
Calf Cloth Too.
C If Clove Ki.i Top.
Hand-made S. al-kiu Gaiters.
Alhal .1'- Sk n.
Call Box Toes.
French Calf, sewed. Balmorals.
C10U1 T p I aiiuorals.
OUR OWn MAKE.
Oxfords, Balmorals, sewed and scre.ve 1 Boots
and .ShJes ot extra qualitv and of every
Beiikert's, SoLberrch's. Fogg's. Houghton's
Reed'.-. Tit re Es, United Workiiigmen's,
Tahr & Mason's, Rosenthal &, Fi-hei's.
Metropolitan'.-. Buckiiigli.im's, llechi's
siud all other first class ma; u fact u 11 s of
Of Boys' and Youths' Boots, Balm . rals.. Ox
lords, .Scotch Tie-, Biogans, etc., is con
stantly on ha, d-
MISSUS' CHILDREN'S and IN
FANT'S SHOES, TIES
J"0r.r .Slock is too extensive to .permit
us to describe all so the pt.blie aie i..vitv.-d
to come and t-ee lor tiiemsei Ves.
DAY & HHUT..'S BLMKIXC.
Jacquot s Cel. brated Fieneh Polish.
Hath.iway's 15 onzi ;g Fluid.
T Fi nton's,.Shuiine'.-a,,d Mas n's Blacking
lE try A't-riely is Kept oil II.. lid.
J5f Having a large Manufactory in con
nection wit 1 our H u e, we h ve facilities
f .r lurnishmg our floods at cheaper sates
than a .y sinular estabhshu euts on tne Coot
PROTZrHAN; GILLIHAN Be CO,
May L'U, IbTLti - -
JUST RECEIVED .T
BOOTS AND SHOES.
IIAHDW . RE. (UtOCERIE-1.
CROCKERY. NOTIONS, kC.
MAIN STREET, OKEGON CITY.
"A AAA FOUNDS OF WOOL, for
t)UVUU which I will pay the highest
PRODUCE ot all kin Is bon-ht. Tor which I
pay the hi.hest market price.
If you desire erood (roods, at LOW Pricr s
call at I. J-EELlNir'S, aiid examine bis fresh
soa k ofSpr ng Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
P EOF ITS.
April 14, lS71:tf
mRS. P1. E. WHITE,
CLIFF HOUSE, NO. 5; UP STAIR.
-VTTHILST THANKING THE L A D V
pub ie for their most liberal pa run
ace in the p st, she w uld most respectfully
invite taeir uttention to her new styles ot
FASHIONABLE H TS AND BONNETS
now on hand an 1 just received.
D; ess Making Coue ia the very LATEST
Apru if i
COURTBSr OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TTMTVmSTTY OF CALIFORNIA.
TO YOlXa MEX!
TO YOU BELONG THE FUTURE OF
our beautiful and fast growinsr State.
Soon the shrill whistle of the I RUN' HORSE,
s he comes moking across tbi jgreat con
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
ol lhe Nation a Y ealta ami laeustry, will
"GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be c.iied to till the new avei.ues oFBu'si-
uess. Everyone should prepare tor au
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE.
Great chanares have been made in the com
mercial ii.ff.iirs of Oreiron in a few vears
Wi a-t tiie devclopemeots of our Stuie will be
in the lutu-e, is a question which depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young Men.
Within the pat four years of contiuued
National Bu: iness College,
of Portland. Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of ynua.' men fully qu ilified, and many tf
whom lire now filling h gh and lucrative po
si'ionsin the IS inks, t'otint nir-Ronms and
Store.- of our State. So gie..t is the demand
that Business men have. be q frequently
compelled to send East tor as islam e. No
eiiterpnin. t-tudi .us Young Man who has
passed thro, gh tlas pre.-cribtd course of
studies at r.
has con plained for want of a situation and
at g' od salary, too.
Every Un ili y is here affoided 1 acquir
ing a , .
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
TIIE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE 1
After having completed the Theory, he is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WOULD OF BUSINESS,
which has the effect of thoroughly familiiiriz
iug l.im with all the minutiae ot real business
T,ie course of- study embraces D 'tilde and
Single E .try Book-Keeping, Commercial
Arithmetic, Commercial L:iW, Correspond
nice. Bu-iness Pe imansh p, regular and
special Lectures, etc., eic , combiuing theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
0 RN A V E N TAB PEN M A N S II I P,
(iEUMAN, ITALIAN. ETC.
For full particulars, call a' the College Of
fice in Carter's bu hliuir, corner of F.ont
and Alder stieets, (entrance on Alder) Port
laud, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
DeFRANCE h JAB1ES,
Merch 31, l71:yl
The TLOBFKCE is the best Pew'iig Ma
chine for Family use, because it so .-eldom
gets out of Order. If there is one in Ore
go 1 not working well, if informed of it. I
will fix it without expense of any kind to
19 Montgomery St., South
Orand Hotel Building,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SEM) FOIl CIHClLiRS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
March 31, lS71:mlO
THE GEE AT
Anlnfallibte ntoni) ririiiFiEn.possess
icg rare tomc and. snnvHE properties
certain cure for nHtiMATisn, con,
KLin.iLca, end all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the 6ystem when tni
raired by disease, revives the action f tha
iuueys and CiEjixAi. DRGAn, radi
cally cures scnoFin, salt riiev.ii
and all EnuPTivt and citaseous Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in dyspepsia. E!tvsirEL.vs, Tumors.
Eoils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi
rates from t&e systGm ell traces of Mercuria;
It is piuely vegetable, being made
from an herb found indigenous ia Cai:forsb.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for tis bj
Fcmales and Children, as a blood ri;ai.
riEK and It C O V AT O :i.
For Salo by a! I Druggists.
neetNCToct, ugststtcr & co
ZZO acd 531 Llarct Ctreet,
A U C TION A XI) C OMMISSI 02
A. II. Richardson,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMerchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bnndie Iron
English Square and Octagon, Cast -steel
Horse shoes. File, "Rasps, saws ;
Screws, Fry-paDs, sheet iron, R. G, Iron ;
A largeassortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. KlCHARnsov. Awtionper
,ilJL I Jj 11 JLVVVr .
For a feiv cents you caa buy
cf your Grocer cr Bruist a
lackageof SEA MOSS FAHINE,
made from pure Irish lloss, cr
Carrageen, 17111011 will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Hange,
and a like quantity cf Pud
dlnrjs, Custards, Creams, Char
Ictte Eusse, c. It is the
ckeapest, liealtbiest, and most
delicious food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicata food for Invalids and
A Glorious Chano I I
TllXZ CHEAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
Tliis vosB?crfisl vegetn'jle
restorative is t!ae sSaecl-iiti'
cIjci of. tlae feeble aracl lc::alt
tntccl. As a (o:ssc nsa;l ccirc3inl
for the aged nntl lanasid, it
In 130 cqiazrl amenj sjoru
acliics. As n fccsacdy'ibr tEsc
nervous Ayea!cness to. wSsscla
vossaea are esecimlly saa
jccl, it fs sii5ersediEi3 everj
other sti:?ii!rasit. c:a Cli
152 ales, tropica, temperate,
or fiist?, it ;acts as n, specific
iit every species of ljso5'der
vliic!a aiEiderisaasBcs fiie F;odiIy
strerBjlIi aia:l breaks clon tlse
aiainaal spirits. For sale by
. jo. : iv
OREGON CITr, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IX
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM C ASS IMERES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I jvill sell nt the Fncfory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
r-TI will iilso pay the highest prices for
liuttpr. Eirsrs, and all kinds of good country
produce. I will- sell as low as any house
in Oreiron. for t'iish or its equivalent in good
Give me a call and sati.-fy vourselvej
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS,
i J OH a MYERS.
Ji;n. 13,1871 tf
ESTABHISIIED s : :
EFUEST A. FRLANDSON,
AND VfSALBVL IK
D VE STUFFS AND
O K N E R A L M E I IC II AN DiSE.
BY THE PACKAGE ON:,Y.
Ca-h O ders fr Goods of ever d rip
tion from this or any FO'eign M k r. wi.i
.ei five prompt and faithful fitten n
MINE S. MANUFACTURERS AND
W OLKS.vLK TRADE SJiw
PLIED FOR CASH.
No notice r atfu'tion pid to orders f r
jfoods, if there i no provision made I r the
jiavmfni oi me same.
OFFICE, - Mercliants' Exchange.
Sin Fruncisco, California.
TERMS NET CS1I, ON DELIVERY. IN
'J. S. GOLD COIN. Package prices.
N- B. Oregon Propitcts Solicited
)n GV) signm&nt.
NEW PIIOrOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
No 91 First Street. fPecnnd door south of
his old stanJ), Portland, Oregon.
I AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work in my in a u -eri r manner,
nth ill the It- ft imr-roTenier.t- in the ;.tt.
Nothing but fir-'cl s work done at my i;cw
,nd nn" i.fict-nt mon s, at low i rices.
CALL AN EX MINE SPECIMENS
REDINGTO , UOSTETTER i CO.
Stop that Coughing,!
Some of you can't, and we pi!y yoa
ouiiae .liuti evfiy icnudy hut ti t
ONE destined, by i s intiin i. merit, to
uprscdf ail Minilar prepai ations. It q
is ix. t surpnsiiig you sho Id l e reluc
tant to try something else af erthe many
np riments you have made of trashy
compounds foisted on the public aa
ct-nain cure ; but
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
2is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Coughs,
Colds, ore Throats, Asthma, lhcvptg q
f ought. Bronchitis and 'Ccatsvjrijiiicn.
Thousands of people in California and
Orejrou have been already benefited by
i the surprising curative powers of
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their uri
qualified approbat on.
We now address ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this", the greatest
panacea of the ajre forthe healing of all
diseases of the TUroitt uuil Luugl,
assuring you that
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
has ctfred thousands, an it will cure
YOU.if.ydu try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the ta-te ; !ooth
ing, healing and strengthening in its
fjefl'ecis; entirely free fi em all poisonoua
"or deleterious dnu'S.Hnd perfectly harm-
less under all circumstances.
For Snle ty all Druggists.
REDING I ON, HOSTETIER & CO.,
529 and 531 Blarket street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica JGinge
JVhich is confidently recommend i d as the
best prepai Hon now before the public.
This valuable-preparation, containing
in a h'ghl.v. co .cent rated tirm all the
propei tjes ofjamaica Ginger.has den me
one ul'tlie 'most popular demotic ri me
dico tor ill drsea.-es'of tte suniach and
As a idinc, ifwill he found invaluableO
to aH persoi 's lecovering fiom debility,
whether produced b fever or otherwise;
f.r w. lie it ini.aits to lhe system all the
glow iind vigor 1h il can be piodnrtd by
wine or biandy. it s entirely fiee fn.m
the react 1 "nary t-fl cts tliat lollow the
use ot s-piii s of any kind.
H rs a'so an excelh nt emedyfor
fern ales who Ku'fl'er from difficult men
struation, giving aim' st imicediate re
lief to the asm that so frequently ac
company that period.
It : liirmefliate relief to Nausea,
caused by l iuit g in a railroad car, or I y
Sea s ck ess, c other causes
It is also valua. le s an external rp
! licat on for ti' ut, Uheumatism, Neu
REDIXGTOJT, IIOSTETTEH & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
Flav oring Extracts
AUE THE PERFECTLY Pt'RE ANR
highly c-ncer.trat d Extracts from Fiesh
Fruits, prepared with great care. q
Thev fie put up in superior stvle, and
in a bottle h hling TWICE AS MLCII
as tlie ordinary brai.ds of Extracts.
C ni paring quality and contents, none
other are near h so cheap.
Whenever tested on thkir MERiTS.they
have been ad pted in pielerence to all
Ottieis. and are now the STANDARD
FLA VORING EXTRACTS ot the l'acific
MA UK THE ADVANTAGES.
By purchasing Rtdington'8 Conen-
trated Flavoring Exti act.-, yi u obtain ah
article not nly superior in richness and
delicacy of flavor to a: y o'her.of a simir,
lar nature, 'but far mote economical, be
cause e;-cli b- ttie In Ids double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring 'extract sold.
ttEUlNGTOS. HOSTE1TER & CO.,
Agent's for the Pacific CoaLt.
IVI. $c P.
"Would yon escape FEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and viimr dnrinrr th
s c k!y season, make occasional use of the
If . you are ATT CKED with Chills
and Bilicns Fever, or have been, a victim
to such disease, at d used other so-icallei
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at once the safe.-t and surest
by usinc. according to directions
MASON & POLURL'S
or, Fever and Ague Pills. Time ias
proved tirem tlorotiglilv to be the sufest
and most reliable 'emedy kndwn. They
conUiin no mercifry or other mineral or
chemical. Th-y art exelusiyely vege
table. They stimulate the f.'rii-tiois of
the liver. Congestion isimposible wh-re
thev are isd. They do not deter from
daily labor. Py a sisting di'--etion tl ey
add flesh and niu cleto the fiarre. They
are aiianted to all ages and both sexes,
ard as a
Will CURE in their inrip?enry, three
fourths of aM d seaes in idental to a
mala ious climate. For Dys epia, in
small dose- ll.ey have no eqi al.
For .-ale by a) Druggists.
BEDIXCTO.V, HOSTETTEK & CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
health and dii-ea--, has never received
from any medie ne such marked ai d un
mistakable assi-iance, on the jiae of
health, as it ha from
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
REDIXGTO, UOSTETTER & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Francisco.