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Business ?nd Baby.
The Geneva Gazette rays: One
cf our townsman professes to have
'picked up the following letter in
our streets. That the author is
brimming over with happiness, and
from a source that absorbs bis
whole beincr, is quite evident. The
wayGhe mixes "baby, wife and
horse," is unapproachable. Old
bachelors read, and die with envy:
"Dear Brothers, Sisters, Cousins,
Aunts, Uncles, etc.- 1 now take
rriy seat and set down to take this
opportunity to inform you that I
am "daddy" that is, 'I "suppose I
am, for Abbiebas 'jrot a nice fat
baby, and we hope these few lines
wiH find you enjoying the same
great blessing. Now this is to be
birictly a busines letter. Firstly,
as I s:iid before, Abbie has got as
nice a oaby as ever made up faces.
Kextly, I have swapped away old
Buckskin and thing I have got a
pretty nice horse; it is a little girl
and weighs nine pounds, (I mean
the baby) and is as fat as butter,
and has got a 'strong pair of lungs,
he is red and got a bobtail, (the
horse T mean) and a white stripe
in her face; is a good driver; she
ljas got blue eyes and a dimple in
her chin, (I mean the baby now,)
and has the prettiest mouih that
ever was (of course) and judging
from her teeth I should think she
was about six years old, (I mean
the horse now) ; she is sound,
smooth and kind,' ( mean the
horse or baby either now) and Dr.
savs sh" is the fairest he ever saw,
without any exception (he means
the baby); got twenty-live dollars
to boot, not in the scrape, though,
foigthe boot was the other foot and
two or three sizes larger as near as'
I can find out. I am going to
harness the horse now. and ro after
mother, she was born last Wednes
day, at twenty-minutes past nine,
(rhope ou-doift think I mean
mother, or horse, I mean the baby.)
She is s hearty as a pig, ate an
egg, ri biscuit, and drank three
cups of tea for dinner - (I mean
Abbie.) She is getting along nice
ly, ajid if she don't have any bad
luck she will get along lirst rate.
There,- Fve been reading this
over and I see plainly I ain't tit to
write. The amount of it is I am
frustrated; I am daddy, and that,
accounts for it, so you must excuse
me this time.
A Ilea for Printers.
tiif.ir. chances for longevity
0 requisites to increase their
A writer in Our 3fontd
evMentlv" been insi'le a composing
rooni.it' he li:is not kllu a little
Out of a east'." lie thus sums out
the result of his experience:
"Working for fort' editors aivl
scores of authors, every one of
whom is as sensitive as a sore
G thumb, ami as lively and interest-
t . 1
injC as a hornet, no woimer that,
printers die yonnir, and only pachy-
dermations. o-nz.ty, mulish speci
mens 2,et their share of life.
"IT'UMv inlV.nts. early blest !
l-fest'in peaceliil slumber rest;
Rescued f rom the thumps and jeers
Which increase with growing years."
"The writter v.isiies lie could
offer himself as an awful example
O oi the penis which environ the
man who meddles with cold' vi
A thoroughly trained printer should
have a stepmother, and then a
stepfather, then have been bound
out to a tanner, then have married
a scold in ir wife and have had a
family of babies who were afflicted
with the colic. '"He should have
had his hearing damaged with the
measles and to have added to all
this discipline a thorough knowl
edge of science, art, law, languages,
O theology, history and biography.
If, in adition, he has a viciouslook
ing count'naftee and nn amiable
disposition, he may stand some
Oehance with those authors and ed
itors ; but the probabilities are,
after all, th$t they will worry him
A younur lady, who started to
deliver Iif-r iirt public lecture in
Iowa recently, remarked, at the
opening, that women wen? respon
sible for certain focial vices, be
cause if there were no women those
vices could't exist. The discourse
.proceeded no further in consequence
of the prompt action of the aston
ished fatlur of the damsel, who
rushed -upon the platform" and
di'ov her home.
1 1 (
c 0.1 vour txjintet and
e?mn.l the nl'tiTnoon. niv U':ir Mrs.
Slw. niv hit t have
t:i!Ujan- to night and I am sure
you will enjoy them."' "Law
sakes I t!ion'r!it" I smelt somethin-jr
r,l a cooking atil iruess I will
stop until after snppfr."
Do not marry until you are able
to support a wife. ,
Keep voursetf innocent if you
would be happy.
Save when you are
spend when you are old.
Three to One. The statistics
prove that a handsome, widow has
three chances for marriage to a
maiden's one. Especially if the
dear departed left her a million or
If. A petition to the Detroit
city government ends: "And
yoir petitioner will ever pray if
praying will do any good."
"Pa, is Pennsylvania the tatlser
of all the other States "Cer-
ia uii ,v ." .wu
ask that question . lecause
T sec all the newspapers call it Pa "
J .R. RALSTOIV!,
rrr;Ts STILL AT I1TS old stand,
CORNER OF MAIN ami SIXTH STREETS
OREGON UiTY. OREGON.
X7HERE HE WOULD INYITE HIS
V Y friends and the public in general, to
all and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
Hools SI 11 1 8Iiocs9
C"T Having frorr many years' expeiienc
THE SECHET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SMAIL PROFITS
IS DETERMxA'EP TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
S I-nee the Cry of For land Prices!
Oregon City, August 2sth, 1SU0.
G. A. HA AS, Proprietor.
MAX STREET Oregon City.
Best BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention f the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T II E B A R I S S VP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities td' Liquors anj
Cigars. Scotch. Irish and llourbou alread
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
OX 1311 XV (i
C- W. PGPZ & CO.,
DE ALE US IX
STOVES, TIV PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA
1EIW OPPE t. LEAD PIPE. I U j.N
PI E ND FiTIINOS, ItUMRtiu
" HOSE. FOMCE AND LIFT
PUMPS ZINC, COPPER.
BRASS AND llloN
A'so a general assoitrueni ol Ilous
Tin, Coppor, and Sheet,
ROOFING AND JOP.I5INO OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION l a ) N E IO
OUOEIt, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVK STORE vou
II AP.P WAKE AND P.ASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND ilX'VVKK, I. A N rEl.'NS,
LA M PS AND OIL. LUCINE AND
NICHT LAMPS. AL-O
PER AM iiUL vToRS.
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO &UIT 1 HE TIMES.
C. XV. I'OPE Si CO.
ll:ly Oreg n City Oiegon.
Ziobsr &. Holton Propr's.
rpilE UNDE SICKED 1JAVINC RK
tut rns'ii' i aii'l re fitt d the above name
llutol, wi.l hei.c f 1 tti e nilin;t. d on the
E,ooms can be had by the Day, Week
A RES 1' AC I! A N'T in t re Ilon.e, under
ihe matia.'MiK-nt ( PIERRE M A.WTEl', l.iU
of the Liit'.ivelte.
Owinir t 1 it-loea i'in and coM-tructien, ii
is tlie ii.ost de nab ilote 111 the City, and
h -rote. id KtitriNO it as it ought to bi-.
Free t'oarli sin;l 11
u 11. i l ioia
ZIEBER HOLTON. Proprietors.
Ofiice of tlie Oivsun ami California,
Ct. -It:. !ta Cuutu uv
cn s. uooge . . 01 .s. e. calef. .ceo. w. sxell
KDBGE, CALE? & Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES
PAINTS. OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
FAliXISrtES, BEL'S TIES. PAIXTEKS
Afuteriacs, ami uruj'jiat' Sundries.
97 Front Street,
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BL1HDS AND CCORS,
AND M ULDINGS OF ALL S ZFS. '
They will do TURNING, of ev rv
descriptiuu to order,
With Neatness and Dispatel
ALL WO::K WARRANTED.
Shop on th- River, h ,ek of Ackwman's
M.-.re, Oregon City, Oogon.
I hire onened a Fi iishiMj room i- Dr.
1 ,?in's Brick, under t'e old Clerk'- offi e,
where I am irepaied to t'nrni h all articles
of mv maniif,iMir i , ;. . .,
be 'iirch 'Sfii ii fAnit., 1
S a" kinds of fu.niture, and what I have
f ' w- I bemile t. ord-r. n sho-t notice.
1 GVXe n,e a cal1 a,l1 examine my stock.
Oregon City, July S:f :
GEE AT EEDUCTION
T3. L. STONE'S,
"o. 107 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
GOLD CIIAIXS AXD RINGS, CLOCKS,
OROIDE WATCHES AND CHAINS,
FINE JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
, -All at jSTeA Yoi'k Pieces.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE "WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. juOtf
"WILL DISPATCH THEIR STEAM EftS
FROM OREGON CITY
FO 0""IAND :
At 7 A. M.. every dav, except Sunday.
And 1 P. M.
Monday, Tuesday. Thurs-
day and Friday,
Salem, Albany and Corvallis.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY;
xk.r rzzr ts Tocm
A. A. McC LILLY, President.
Niv. 1C. 170 l4o.tf
Carriage Manufactory !
The undersirned. ltavinir i u-reased t!e di-
iiienslons of hi- premies, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets.
Oregon City. Oregon.
Takes thi method to in fin m his old pal-
rons, and as nianv now i'iies as w ue
leiist d to call, thai he is now prepared, w tli
mple room . tfood materials, and tin very
b"-t of n.f'chai.i s. to build an- w, recmi-
ruct. make, paint, iioo and turn out a'l
omplete anv soit ot a velii"l 'kuii a com
mon c;irt to a encord c aeh. Trv ine.
Black-rnithi p. -r. Horse or Oxs' oi-insr, nd
reneral jobbiii'' nraMv, rjiu-Hv and cheap
ly done. " DAVID -MI II.
Opposite Excelsior Market
BAILEY &. HARDING,
Sue es-ors of L. Dillkr in the Lincoln
Ijak. 1 y,
IF.a LEAVE TO IXKORM THE CITI
) zimis of "re 00 City and sum undnii:
eo,,ntrv, that thev keep constantly on liand
and t' r sale, ail -;miiIs of
CAKES. 1A !' Y,
CAN DIP.- AND NUTS.
Also, a eood and general assortment of
Orders pr mpt'y filh-d. and "ro -id", d live
ed at the residi-nce of the puichasir when
T e hiij-'iest p ices paid f-r Butter, Ergs
nd Ve-jetatd s.
A liberal -hare of public" patronage is re
spectfully 3 die ted
April 23, 1 57o: 1 y
The standard rem. dy lor - ii2;hs,Inflei-
et jj, Sure Throat. Wiooji! ng Cough, Croup,
Licer Comptai ut. Brooch if is. Bleeding of the
Luugx, and very it fleet ion of the Throat,
Eunjrs and Chest', includinir Coxscmptiox.
XV i Ijii-'k Ualsiii does not dry up n
Conch, but Wmsens it. cleanses the Iuml's.
and allas irr itation . thus removing thectnise
of the eomplai it. None srenu ne unless
sii'ed 1 Pt tts. Prepared by SETii W. Fowle
it'"sox, Doston. Sidd by KedixcT'.x. Ho,
tetteii A Co., San Frariisco, and bv dealers
Patronizo Home Industry.
THE PIONEER CURLED HAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO HUPP . Y THE
111 ai k t w th a No. 1 ai ti le of Curled
lia r to' Up olslery work, which will com
p re with any imported article In quality 01
I p iy the highest price for Maries and
Tails f Hores and Tails of C"ws at my
store, corner Front and Salmon streets.
Jacob Stitzfl. James B. Upton.
STITZEL & UPTON,
lien I Estate Broker x and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
r2?" will attend to the snle and purchase
of Heal E-tare in all pa? ts of tin- ( 'iry and
Pt te. Sp cial attenti-n given to the sale of
East Portland irj ertv.
Address P. O. Box 42, Porthind. Oreeon.
STITZEL t L P i ON,
9tf. BU Etlatt Brokrt.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
OIL - CLOTHS,
LACE - CUR, TAINS, &c, &c
We Would CxU the attention of par
ties fitting tip Iiohscs. or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
ONE OF illk C OIL PL ETES T
On the JPiiciflc Coast!
Ow Goods being upecially selected at
the Factories in Knglund and, the
Eastern States, we can sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. ?0 Front street, between Alder
ami Washington, Portland Oregoi
SEWING MACHINES ! !
7E SELL THE SiXCFR, WHEELER A
Wilson, II Ave, Elliptic, ("rover A
Hker. Weed. Parham, Kevstone, III es,
!o'd Medal, America 1 eonihina ion. l avs,
Kmpire, 'inkle A L'itis, Wi'i ox A Gibhs
wi ii a con ph'to out fir, Iae t. improvements,
d! extra atta d-ment- and n. s- at 01).
The U il-on, Fo so-n, McLean A Hoop r,
naithratn A Fauton, wi h out tit. i m provi -mo
ts.all txtra aft ic' ments ind case at
Ttii- I5u kfVi', D miond. American, lloim
Shuttle, 1! istul with ouliit, taoic, attach
ments and ease, at : I.
1 he Com 1 dm Sene, cf atron, Uanner am"
all ' th'-r ha '! m i hines wj h ouliit he-turn :
nid tucker at .?!. N toy nre him s sol I.
A com dee Si t of ittt:ch ncn's (..r h -
tiMi fine. Coarse and wide, binding an v ma
n-rial. qn I'in-r, tncki.ijrnitd makiiijr the nex
tuck, in 111 1 11 ii a d t-atlmt inj, d dntr awn
with hast m: alfooeiher. M:ide to mi t n'"
m .chine. On v l ie cam d-te set s Id, $'.
Tin- Lao b at $'o : the ("rane at ? 15 ; the
llinklev Diamond ; the HicAford, Ante -icitn,
Essnk, New Haven '20.
Wl-en the money is sent with tlm order
we -hi wnh ail iiei-ht charge- pieiaid as
far us tin- i ississi or sent C. O. D., n
reeeint of had the amount, and c!i ifir. s
. l. PERiisns a. co.,
oil KING STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.
$100 A MONTH!
NERGETfC PERSONS, CI-EHGYMEN,
J doctors, lawyer-, agents, business men.
far T-ers, salesmen, oealers, and all other-.
m;ile and fern le willing to give their whole
time or part of it. ci-.n eisily make
$100 OR MORE A MONTH,
by engacinpr in liiht, honorable and staple
business, in which zo nv-ney is required.
No compet'tion. Exclusive tenitorv riven.
References as to haracfer required. Stamps
for return postage desin-d. Write your ad
dress in full and plamly.
H. A. CARTY,
NO. S15 CHESNUT STREET,
ACTIVE PERSOA'S WAMED.
STEERS & HIMDEy
Vholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines, IS rat tdies, Whiskies, Kiz
No. 40, Front Street, Portland, Or1 go v.
Consta-ith on haad a genuine article of
C'lttei W sk .
Blanks. All kinds of bl-ank.- can be
liad at thisofiieH Job Printing of everv j
description ncatlj executed, at short
'; 0 t.-'trnt'on of Por.l'a t their larjr-i asts
. t c t' "Newly Arrived" l.oods, conrposorl
n t of t o following articlep tosr- r er wit
v rv t::i r '-'t in n well sur. piled AVIHI 1.1
sale jj:m:; -iToici:.
Which ire ofiVr nt the
TaPEx's Peepat-at'' r.
Dn (ioisTS' trvSDEiEs.
PaixTS iSD Oils,
lowTFt Cash rrices, and
are determined not to be undersold.
B. II. iicDONT AXD ; CO., 1 eaxcisco, CaL-
OUR DRUG BUSINESS located in Fan
Fra isco, Cal. At' r our best wishe-, and
expressing our thanks lor 1 lie libera! pat
loi ae we have received for mine than
tweniv-' ne ears, dm itur which period we
have he n steadily enfr-trrcd in the 1). ug bos
ness in Calih t ni , we beg to say in conse
quence of the rapid growt h of Dr. Walker's
Cali'ornia Vincar 1! ft is, now spread over
the United Stales and coimtiies fir beyond,
we lire neeessitnted to devote our mtire
time to said business.
We are he Old-st Drncr firm on the Pacific
Coast and the only one, continou under the
same propr-etnrs since 184! and have de-e-mined
to sell our arye, prosperous, and
well e tabli-ln (1 bos'iiess on favorabl terms.
This i- a raie oppoitunity for men with
mean- of entering into a profitab e business
with advantages never b -tore cdlcred.
Fo part'cular- enquire ot
ir. H. Mcl'O.VALD & CO.,
R. H. McDonald. ) Wh le-nle I)i ugm-ts,
J. C. Si'fxcKit. ) San Enmci co Cal.
N. I. Until a sale is mad- we slntll con
tiime nr ini crta' ions ai d keep a larve
stock of fn'sli o ds c nstat tlv on hand,
and sell at prices t de y c mpetition.
The Great Medical Discovery !
Dr. WALKER'S C' LIFORNIA
5 ' 3
Hundreds cf Thousands
Bear testimony to their "Wonder
ful Curative Effects.
WHAT ARE THEY?
OT A VILE
II F A U C V
Made of Toor Rnm, Whiskey, Pro.t
Spirits nmlltetuso I.iquoi-s doctored. spiced
and sweetened to please tlie taste, called" Ton
ics,"' Appetizers," " Restorers,' ic, that lead
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots and
Herbs of California, free from all Alcolsciic
Stimulants. They arc t'ae li II EAT It LOO I
ITKIFIElt and LIFE tUVINCJ PKIN
CIPL13 a perfect Renovator and Invigorator of
the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and
restoring the blood to n healthy condition. No
person can take these Bi'.ters according to direc
tion and remain long unv.-cll.
Fur IiiHaiiuiiutoi y and Chronic Uhcti
nintism ami "oiH, Dyspepsia nr Iudi
eretiio, ltiliui!, Kemitteut and lutcr
inittcnt Fevers, Diseases of the lilood,
I.iver, lvidneys, and liladaer, these Hit
lers havj been most successful. Sudi Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
is generally produced by derangement of the
DYSPEPSIA Olt INDIGESTION.
Ileadaclic Pain in th:: Shoulders, Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
tlie Stomach, Bad tust : i.i the Mmith Bilious At
tacks, ralpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
the Lungs, Pain ia thermions of the Kidneys. and
ahuadrod other pa'mlul symptoms, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia.
Th' y invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpid liver and bowels, which render them of un
equalled efficacy ia cleansing the blood of all
impurities, and Imparting new life and vigor to
the whole system.
FOR. SKIN DISEASES. Ernptions.Tetter.
Salt Rheum, Blotches. Spots, Pimples. Fustules,
Bolls, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald-IIead, Sore
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of
the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever nanio or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the system in Ghor' time by
the use of these Bitter. One bottle In such
cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities bursting through the skin inFim
plcs. Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse it -"Then you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feeling will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and tho
health of the system will follow.
FIN, TAPE and other YVOIOIS, lurking In
the system of so many thousands, arc effectually
destroyed and removed. For fall directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle,
j. "WALKER, Proprietor. R. II . McDONALD &
CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents. San Francisco,
Cal , and 32 and SI Commerce Street. New "fork.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS,
tcu. 1: 1
1 h ; oi it in it-r of this wonderful medicine,
uini , to have discovered lind cnmbinTd i?i
:i , nimnj ii ore of JVifH'e's" mot oovvrrign
vitf-di" tl f.ropei ''tie than was evr before c-mi-bined
in m.e medicine. The evid -nee of this
latt .s found i'i the trreat variety of most,
ob-tin ite diseases wh ch it has been iound
to c Miqui r. In the cure of Bronchitis,
Severe Lviiylif, and the eail3' stijies of Con
vi, pt on it has a toiiisln d the medicil fa
culiy, and himdreils of the best physicians
pronounce it tlie great at rneilicul dmeovery
of the age. W'hi e it cures the severest
'ouihs. it strengthens the svstem and uni
fies t e bhod. By its a, eat and thorowjh
laid pnril ''nig prtp-'tks, it caret all Humor
fr-'in tlie worst scrofula to a common Blotch,
imple 'j' Eruption- Mercurial l)i-ease.
Mineral Poisons, Syphilitic and Veneral Di
j,.,s mid tMeir eil'e ts are erad atel and
vir fo is health and a round 'constitution estab
lif 0,1 Er'iV(la. Salt Rhiiua. C'dl He-id,
er Sore, scaly or RoiojIi Skin, in short,
i:. numerous'dise is cu'sed hy had hlood,
are conquered bv thi- powerful purifyin-;
and invi-'-'raiini; medie-ne. ror l.iver
Complaint," Biloais Fioi ders and Habitual
Con-ti patio,,, it 1ms pi educed hundreds ot
per eel and permanent cures where other
me I icines lmd la 1.
The proprietor offers ?! '"'00 reward for a
med cine that wdl einal it in the cure ot all
d:seases for which it is i ecomm ended, bo
ware ofcoanttrfeit and worthies imitations.
See that mv private ( Jove, nment Mamp,
whu li is n positive qaarot.teeof Unriuiner,
is upo.. the outside wranper. This medicine
is sUl ha Di ago ht "I ? 1 " ' per bolue. Pre
pared bv 11. V. PIKR("E, M !., Sole Pro
prietor,' at hi Chem.cal Laboratory, 1S3
.-enec.i stree , linlfalo, X. .
B HE W E E Y !
HENRY II U JIB EL,,
Havi rr pureh:T;ed the nlinve Brewerv wish
es to inform the pubim th.it he is now inepar
ed to m iiiul'.ietnre a No. 1 quality of
As aood as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled. -
C r. o
- a s
fi Fi r
GOLD CLIN PREMIUMS
WILL BE AWARDED 'J 0 THE
SfSEASO.V TICKET HOLDERS
4th Day of July, 1871.
THE COSMOPOLITAN BENEVOLENT.
Society ot Califoinu, will 1 old then
Second Fair at the Broad Street Theater,
Nevada City, California, in aid of and lor
the following chantab'e purpo.-es:
lst, Public Schools of Nevada Co.
2d, PubLc Library of Neva da i y
3d, Orphi n A&ylum, Nevada County
4th. ?At Deparlmtnt, Kevada City.
PE ASOX TICKETS OF ADMISSION"
WILL BE SOLD AT $2 50 each, Cold Coin.
ALL PREMIUMS WILL RE DEPOSITED
iu the Bank of Nevada County.
Pit II. 1111" MS :
Premium -ofd com
Premium goid con
Premium gold coin
Freudum gold coin
Premium gold coin
l'reni urn -old coin
Piemium gold coin
Premium gold cari
Piemium gidd coin
Premiums gold co ti, $1000 each .
Premiums, gold com, f.M 0 each .
Premiums pold com, :'00 each.
Piemiunis gold coin, each 2,0.
Preu.iun s gold coin, $io( each.
Premiums gold coin, I'jO ach..
Premi.ims tiold coin. $") each..
Pi'emi'.iii.s gold coin, 25 each ,
Premiums gold coin, $20 each..
2005 Gold Coin Premiums " 150,000
BUSIN 1S M AX AGEItS :
A. W. I'OTTEK, A. 11. 11 AUAD0RX,
J. C0RWELL LEE.
B) special permission we refer to the fol
lowing well known citizens:
Job . II. Dickson. Shci itT, Xevada county.
T. W. Sigouvnt y.
John A. Lancastet, National Exchange.
M. S Deal, Euitor Xevada Transcript.
Ceo, Voii Seuiiiittb'.irji, Postmaster..
Julius C reen vvald , Countv Treasurer.
(ieo. B. Xewcll, ex-County Sujiei vsor.
Thus. J. (iiiidner. Fd tor Xevada Gazette.
P. B inner. Merchant.
J. Earl brown. City Water Works.
li. B. G -iitry, l ite Sheriff Xevada county.
L. Xihil!, City Marshall.
D. E. Fell, Deputy Postmaster.
Ira A, Eaton, Ut ion Hotel.
G. G. Allai;, Xevada Foundry.
JudgeJ. 11 Rolie.
Geo. K. Phillips. Merchant.
A. Gold-mith. Merchant.
Win. R. ('ne. Chiel Engineer Fire Dep't.
T. Cantiehl, ex-Chief Engineer Fire Dep't.
A. an ford. Merchant.
Bl ven A Pott- r, Merchants.
Les'er & Muiloy, Meichauts,
Good re-onsible Agents wanted, LiTberal
Co.uni ss.oiis allowed.
Mo;.e si.ould b.t sent, by Express, or by
Dralt on ai y solve ni B ink.
Address all Communications to
('. 15. OC1ETY,
Nevada (' ty, California.
A Ievj. Oregon C ty, Agent.
Travel rs are 1. i table t sudde i ai
t i ks of Dysentery ; nd I. hoi -ra M- ibos,
nd tl es'- O'.cu mg when ab-ent tr m horn ,
te very unplensa it. 1 he P. u Kn.LEit may
hvays be r. lied upon i:i such ca-es. As
soon as von feel the - inpton s, t ike one te i
s,Hioiif,il i i a !l of new mi k ai.d molasses
and a yih fif hot water, slir well together
nid J i i I - hot. Repeat ihe do-e ev. rv hour
u iiil relieved. If ill pains be seveie, bathe
the bowels and back, with the u edi, ine
In eases of Asthma and Phthi-ic, t ike a
lake a teaspooofu in a gi 1 of hot w.ner
sweetened we 1 itb moias-es; a -o b.it e
i lie t hro 1 1 a nd stomach faith. ully with the
medicine . c I ear.
I . Sweet savs i? takes o it the soren' ss
in cases of b m s tting (aster than anything
lie ever pplied.
l isliermei -o often expoe-l to hirts by
having the r skin pierced wirh hook-, and
i s ot hsli, an lie relieved hy h.i hing wirh
h- Pain Killei as soon as t ie accident oc
cui ; in this way t ie anguish i oon abat
i ; i.athe as of.e.i as once in five minutes,
s:iy three or tour time-, and you will seldom
h i e any t oubf.'.
The biies and scr itches of dogs and eats
re soon cured hy bathing with ihe Pain
3 Y VIRTU E OF AX EXECUTION, ISSUED
J- out ot the Circuit Court of the State of Ore--roii.
tor the count y of Clackamas, to me directed,
.ii tavor of lu via Wills, plaintiff, and airainst
A". C. Wilson, de.eiid.tnr, for the Man ot eight
mmired and one 30-100 dollai-s, and for want' of
-utlieient personal iiroperty, 1 have levied upon
til the rihr, title and interest of the said Wilson,
on the 3d day of Xovemher, A. 1)., 1"0, of, in
and to, the filloviiiir described tracts of land, to
wit : Commenring- at tlie northeast comer of the
northeast quarter of section twelve, township
two, south of ranire two east, of the Willamette
meridian; running thence south eighty rods;
thence west one hundred and sixty rods: thence
north eighty rods: tnenee east one hundred and
Fixty rods, to ihe place of heuinuina, containing
eighty acres, more or less. .Also, the following
described t met, to-wit : Commencing one hun
dred and sixty rods west of the northeast corner
of the northeast quarter of section twelve, town,
two, south of range two east, of the Willamette
merioian, and nmnmg thence south forty rods;
thence west forty rods ; thence north forty rods ;
thence east forty rods, to the place of bejj inning,
containing ten acres, more or less, all being- situ
ate in Clackamas county, State of OrCgnn. And
on the 10th day of June, A. !., 1871, at 12 o'clock
,m., at the Court House door, in Oregon City, in
said county, I will proceed to sell the same to the
highest bidder, to satisfy said execution, costs
and accruing costs.
Sheriff of Clackamas County.
Oregon City, May 11, 1S71. w4
OTICE IS HEREBY CI VEX, THAT RY
-- virtue of an order and license, issued to the
undersigned, by the County Court of Multnomah
county, Oregon, I will sell at public auction, in
front of the Court House door, in Orearon City,
the real estate ot Henry Walter Ingalls, a minor
being the land claim m Clackamas county, Ore
gon, occupied by H. V. Lambert m his lite time
and at the time of his death, in 1WJ7, particularly
described in two deeds marie to said Lambert,
one by ii. W. Walling and wife and Aaron Cisco,
dated 24th December, l.H()4, and recorded in Jkxik
D of Deeds, of Clackamas county, at page 731,
and the other executed by Thos. Johnson and
wife to said Eamlrort, dated 27th February, I"05,
and found recorded in Hook H of deeds, at page
204, containing alout 119 acres.
Said sale to be on the 2d day of June, 1S71, at
li) o'clock a. in. Terms tiold coin, one-third
down on delivery of deed, and balance in one
year, with interest, secured by mortgage on the
X. P. INGALLS,
Guardian of Henry Walter Ingalls.
Portland, April 22, 1S71. apr28w4
TTJ-JY VIRTUE OF A LICENSE TO ME IS
J sued by the County Court of Clackama-
ounty, Oregon, m the matter of the estate of
Hemy Mooie, deceased, 1 will, on
SATURDAY, the 10th DAY OF JUNE, A. D.,
1671, at the Court House door, in Oregon Citv in
saul county, at the hour of one o'clock p. m of
said day. &eil at pubne auction, as the property
ot said deceased, ihe following desenU-a real
estate, to-wit : The south 1-2 of the X W 1-4
and the fractional X. r.. 1-4 of th X' W 1-4 of
see. 32, in T. 2 It. 1 E.of the Willamette nieri
ui hi, eontamirur Hy-bw acres.
TERMS OF fALE. - One-third cash down ; the
reiuaniu.er down or on one year's credit, with in
terest at one per cent, per mom h, secured bv
morigage on the lam. Deeds at purcin-ters ex-P-'nae.
J. 31. MOORE,
JOIIXSOX & McCOWN, Attt'lmiI11Slritt0r
May 11, R571:w4
NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Oregou Oity, Jan. 13-.tl
FRENCH MEDICAL OFFICE."
DR. JULIEN PERRAULT.
Dr. ir Mei.icine of tlc Fauilty'of
Pairis. tirutluate of the Unlvorgity
Queen's Colltge, and Physieiun vf the
S-t John Baptite So iety ot Sun Prarv
1r. Perkault has the pleasure to inform
patients mid otln rs seekinj- confidei.tial u.ed
ical advice that he can be consulted daily at
his office, Armory Hall Building. Koi th
Eiist corner of Montgomery and Sacramento
streets, San Francisco, Ko.nis Xos tt, 10, 11
first floor, up striis, entrance on either
Montgomery oi Sacramento streets.
Dk. I'krkaTlt's studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cuie of the
va-ious forms of Nervous and l'hysical de
bility, the result of injurious habits acquiied
in youth, which usual y terminate ia impo
tence and sterility, and permanently indues
all the concomitants of old ape. Where a
secret ii.tirmiiy exists involving the happf
ness of a life and that of others, reason andn
morality dictate the necessity of its removah,
for it is a fact that pi en. attire decline of the
vigor ot manhood matrimonial unhappi&es.
compulsoiy single life, ete., have their
sources in causes, the germ of which is plant
ed in early life, and the bitttr fruits tasted
long afterward; patients, labormginder thi
eomplaint, 'will tomplain of one or more u!
the j following symptoms: Koctual . Emis'
sions. Fains in the Rack and Head, Weak"!
ness of Memory and S ffht. Discharge lVo"rti
the Urethra on going to stool or making wa
ter, Ii te lectuai Facnltie.- are Weakened.
Los of Jlemoi y ensues. Ideas are clouded",
and there is a disinclination to attend to bus"-
iness, or even to reading, writitw? or th'?
socit ty of tricnds. etc. The patient will
probably complain of Dizziness. Yerttro, smi
rhrit Sight and Hear ng are weakened and
i-leep disturbed bv dreams; melancholy.
sighing, palpitation, liuntings. couhs and
slow fevers : while some have external f$hu'-
matic pain, und numbness of the body-.
Some i f the common sympioms aie pimples
in the face, and aching in different parts of
tiie body. Patients suffering fiom Ibis dis
ease, should apply imm-diately to lu. I'eu-
hailt, e;ttir in person or by letter as he
will guarantee a cuie of Seni'nal Emissions
and Jmjx tence in six or eight weeks.
Patients suffering from veneiial disease in
any stage, (J'omnihea, Clett, Strictures,
Bubo, Lie rs. Cutaneous Eruptions, etc.-,
will be treated successful!. All Syphilitic
and Mercurial Taints entirely iemOTed Iroia
Dk. Fkhrailt's diplomas are in his office,
where patients can see for themselves that
they are under the care of a regular educa
tt d practitioner. The best references given
Patients suffering under chronic 'disease,
can call and examine for themselves. We
invite investigation; claim no to now
everything, nor t cure everybody, rh'it we
do claim that in all cases taken umjer treat
ment we fulfill our piom ses. We particular
ly request th'ose who have tried this boasted
doct'-r, and that an v'ertis'ed physician til
worn out and discouraged, to call upon us.
Low charges and quick cures.
Ladies suffering Iron, any complaint inci
dents to their sex, can coi.sult the doctof
w ith the as.-urane'e of relief.
Female Monthly Pills.
Dr. Perrault is the only agent in Cali
fornia for Dit. Riott'.s Female Monthly Fills.
Their immense sale has established theirrep
utation as a female remedy unapproached-,
and far in advance of every oiler remedy for
suppressions and irregularities, and other
obstructions in females. On tbeieeeipt t
five d Hars, these Fills will be sent by ma !
or exi re-s to any part of the world, secure
from curiosity or damage.
Fei sons at a d stance can be cured at
home, by addressing a letter to Du Fir
it a L'lt, eon er of Sacramento and Jlonteotn
erv streets, U-oms 10 and 11, or 5ox'l7'3-j
P. O San Francisco, stating ti e case as
minutely as possible, geneial habits (if liv
ing, occupation, etc.. etc.
All communications confidential. Iyr4p
PRIVATE f.EEICAL AID.
Quiclc Cuits ami Mmlerate C'liarges
Dr. W. KTpoherty's
Private 91 eel Ira I tw iiigiral instlttitr-.
No. 519 Sacramento Street, cm'm v of
Leidtsdcri? t! few doors tHow
tl.o W tint Cb'ocr House.)
(Private entrance on Leidt sdm tf street.
Established Expressly to fiord the AftPch-d
Sound and Seientiiic Medical Aid, in thQ
Treatment and Cure of all Finale and
Olirtmic Di-e.ises, Cases of Secrecy and ail
To he Afflict rl.
DR. W. K. DOHEIiT Y returns his sincef
thanks to hi- him pious patient for their
patronage and wmiM take this oppbr! Unit v
to r mind lhem that he contuses to consult
at his Institute for the cuie of hroric dis
easisnf the Lungs. Liver, Kidneys, Diges
tive and (jenito-Frinaiy Organs, and ail
private di-rase-, viz : Sypi.ilis in all its fours
and stag, s, S?mii,al Weaknes and all the
horrid consequences of "self ahu-e. (' n rr
hcea. Gl et, Strictun s, S'oclnrbal and Diur
nal Enii-sions, Sexual Debil ty, Disease's of
the Pack and Loins, inflammation of the
Bl dder and Kidneys, etc.; and lib l opes
that his long experience and successful prac
lice wii' continue to insure him a share of
i uhlic patronage. My the practice of many
yeas in Euiope and the United States, be is
enab fd to apply the most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds.
He uss no mercury, cl at pes model ate.ti eats
his patients in a eoirei t and hoi orable war,
and has re'eieiu s of unquestionable veraci
ty fiom men ot known respectability and
high standing in soc ety. Ail parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the best and gentlest tieatnle at ai d
Kr males t
When a female is in trouble, or afflicted
with disease, as weakness ol the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sipht,
loss of muscular power, palpitaFon of the
heart in it .hi'iiy, nervousness, extreme Ur
inary dilliculties, derangement of dige-tite
funciions. general debility, vaginitis, all dis
eases of the womb, hys'eiia, steiility ai d all
other diseases peculiar to f males, sl should
go rr ri'e at once to the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. DO 11 1 RTY, at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her tioubles
and diseases. The Doctor is eflecf ing more
cures than any other physician in the State
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent
ym, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful sufferings and premature death.
All married ladies, w hose cYlicate health or
other circumstances prevei t an increase ;n
their families -honld write r C .1! at DR. W.
K. DOHERTY'S Medical Insti ute, ar.d they
will receive every po sihle relief and help.
The Doctoi's offices are so arranged that ho
can be consulted w ithout fear jf observation.
Patients residing in any f art of the State
however disr-uif, wl o mnv des're the opinion
and adv-ceof DR.DOIIERTY in their respec
tive cases and who think proper to sur-niit a
w i itten statement of such, in preference to
holding a persor al interview, are respectful
ly assuied that their communications will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case be
fully and candidly described, personal conP
munication wilhhe unne-essary. as instruc
tions for diet, regimen and the general t-eat-ment
of ttie ca-e itself (including the rerne
d es). will be forwarded without delav, and
tn such a manner as toconvfv no idea of the
Dtirport of the letter or parcel.
riMt'nsuUa,ionb' 1"'tter or "tl-crwise,
r litb. I ermanentcure guaranteed or nopay.
DR. D0HERTY has jv,-t published an im
portant pamphlet, embodying his own views
and experiences in relation to Impotence or
inlity ; being a Short Treaties on Sperma
torrhoea or Seminal Wen k ness, Nervous a0d
Physical Debility consequent on this afec
t on, and other diseases of the Sexnal Organr1
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to al', whether married orsinnle
ami w ill be sent FREE by mail on receipt of
ix cents in postage stamps for return post
W. K. DOHFRTY. M. P.,
julySdy San Francisco Cal I
AVO ID QUACKS. A victim t f erly in
discretion, causing nervous debilitv,
premature decay. &c , ha ving tried in vaino
every adveuised remedy, has a simple means
ot self cure, which ho w;ll send fiee to his
fellow si fferers. Address J. II. TUTTLE,
7S Nassau st., New York.