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Sljc lUcdiln (Enterprise,
TOWN AXD COl'.VTV.
Death of Mk. CiiAi:i.K.srori:. It is with
deep sorrow that 5r"e arc called upon to
announce the 'death of Mr. Charles Pope,
'an old and much esteemed citizen of this
-nlire Mr. Tope was well and attending
To UiMuess a week ago last Tuesday, but
"via taken suddenly ill with constipation
of the bowels, and suffered severely from
Wednesday until Sunday evening, at oi
o'clock when death relieved him from all
-arthly Viiu- H wllS aa enterprising and
ii.rb!v respected citizen, and the whole
totva'was cast in mourning upon the an
nouncement oi his unexpected death. IDs
funeral took place last ruesday under
the auspices of Oregon Lodge .o. u. I. O
O F.. of which order he was an honored
'member, as also of Columbia Hook A: Lad
der Co N'o. 1. who turned out, moulding
the other fire companies, to pay their
i...f r,u.r-t. tn ihc.r deceased brother, i
U the business houses of the city were
Moed un-:il after the funeral services were
'over At 10 o'clock the members of Ore
ron Lo'd"e inarched in procession to the
n'ate resider.ee of their deceased Brother.
:"tnd conveved the corp.se to the M. E.
'Churc'i where appropriate services were
:Vid by Rev. Mr. Wolfe, assisted by llev.
Mr. Koberts of Portland, and Key. Mr.
Geary of Albany. Mr. Wolfe delivered
a mo-t excellent sermon on the occasion,
which wasis:end to by the congreguiiun
nxeat attentiveuess. The Cmrch was
not large enough to accommodate one
tenth o't the people who e'esired to hear
'the sermon. The sin-ring was conducted
by Rev. Mr. Selhvood, with a lull choir,
'whicli added much to the solemnity of
the occasion. Afb-r the service y.t the
'Church, the procession was formed with
the Firemen iu front ; the Odd Fellows
next ; the corpse immediately behind
them, wiili Messrs. J. T. Apperson. C. 15.
CaHard, J. 11. Schram. J. K. ISingman,
Jus. Milne and P. O. McCown as pall-bear-ers,
followed by the mourning family, and
a host of trie l is. Arriving at the grave,
the ceremonies appropriate to the Order
Of Odd Fellows
iv'ts pei'iornieu ana ail
that was mortal of Charles Pope was con
signed to the city of the Dead, to lie re
membered for the many virtues and high
moral character which the now liieles
bod)' possessed. Mr. Pope was a member
of the M. !. Church, an uorkjht Christian
and in his world
V r'i.itio:i-; had not a
blemish in his chant;
at our rece nt e i y e
1 ie was elected
n, Treasuer bv
the highest majority of any man on the
ticket. IF; leaves a wife and highly re
spectable family of grown children, who
will sadly miss the counsel an-1 com
panionship of the h-ibmdaad father and
a large circle of IViend.s. Mr. Pope was
in the Goth jear of his age. Peace be to
his ashes, an 1 let his virtues be emulated
ami practiced by the mourning friends he
has left here and who mast soon follow
him to that home from whence no traveler
returns in the Lodge above.
Picnic The picnic of the Sunday
Schools of this city took place last Fiiday.
A large crowd of child. en, parents and
teachers embaiked on board of the Active
nt 8 o'cloc k, and went up -the river as far
.as Raker's Prairie, where they amused
themselves in swinging, picking strawber
ries and other amu-vmeuts. At o.e'oek
the Active made her ui-pearunco at the
oard the excursion
ists, ami arrived back home at (H o'clock,
all having enjoyed pleasant day ami
nothing occui'ed todi-'iiib the enjoyment
of the participants. The 1". T. Company
very bberal y gave the use of the steamer
'for the oeea-hm.
Furirr?! oe Jn
queiice of se'. eral
day, the meet lug
the purpose oi fa!
i" Meeting. In eonse"
other meetings last ?don
a'ded bv the Mayor for
iking into consideration
in tliis place, did not lake
iivj. rcu!ies:ed bv a number of
our citizens to give notice that a meeting
will be heel ;tf. the Court IloE.se this evcri
lug. at l o'clock, for this purpose. j and
we hope th.it a general tuinout will be
made. We ought to have a glorious cele
bration and no American 'citizen should
hesitate in giving his assistance to such a
laudable object. Let there be a full at
tendeuce this evening.
Cathoi :c LTE:.EKrExeE. Archbisliop
T. N. Blanche; paid ov;r city a visit last
Saturday, for the firr-t time since his re
turn from Rome. On S-mduy he adminis
tered die Sacrament of Confirmation to a
'.'class of ten persons at the Church of the
Sacred Heart, the ceremonies being wit
fiessed by a large congregation, and were
very interesting. The choir of the Catho
lic Church of Portland was present and
rendered good service by their excellent
Mtiging. Two if the parties confirmed
"Were converts to the Catholic faith.
Chance. By reference to our advertis
ing columns, it will be seen that the P. T.
Company have ih i le a-v.m changes for tie
pumur-r in tim of departure and arrival
of the b its. Il.'reafser the Senator will
leave fur Portland in the morning at 0
o'clock and in the evening at 4 o'clock.
The up-river boats leave here three times
fx week, on Mond iv. Wednesd av and Fri
going as far as Albany iu on.a d.iv.
and re liming on Tuesday, Thursday and
SUunliy. th" fire has b een greatly re
duced to all points on the river.
The Aleut. 7 his steamer is no more.
She was taken c.T the line last Mond y
and will be taken to 'pieces, her machinery
placed in the new boat now being built,
and also her cabin. The Reliance was
also laid up lat Monday, and the Com
pany are building a new and much larger
boat to t ike her place. The Company
are making extensive preparation's for
next fa!;. n!h
n thev will have two ilkv
n bn it-i t, Oi'.-o nt if;, nf
the Alert and Reliance.
iN!ovi.: Nor ee Toll hated. We have
been informed that bays, old enough to
Icnow better and have mere decency, are
in the habit of going in swimmln- in
plain view of private "residences onthe
bank of the riier. and in the corporate
limits of the eity. We Relieve there is a
Jaw agair.st such exposures of person, and
if the boys have not enough respect for
themselves, they should be made to re
spect the law. We hope the authorities
will attend to this matter.
Mmikiko. Our young friend Henry
Harding was married last Sunday fo Miss.
Ucl'.e Fields. We were the recipient of a
fine wed. ling cake. We wish both a hap
py, prosperous and long life, and may
their pathway be strewn with bright sun
fchino, ami sadness never enter the bosom
of their household, and may the Field be
productive of much happiness and other
iaci.tentais to -laden the heart of
Feit. Messrs. W. II. Faucett, Pam.
Maars. Jo?. Tesheare and Wm. Cornihau
with their families left
here yesterday for
new homes in Tillamook county
we regret to lose such good citizens
...o.. tliu:i tuci:ess in ine;r new loea
u them success
I'On. 1 Lev have all been f-i!ien nr
county t'er'a number of years. '
Visitors. Col. IJcliinger, Judge Durm-e-'ter
and Mr. Herman, editor of the Cath
olic -SvLUiritd were in town Sunday.
fcto&rt" . "' m , - '
Indian Killed. Last Sunday, the In
dians who hang around town got into a
gambling quarrel, which resulted in the
killing of one of iheir number, by Molalla
Henry. The murderer has not been ar-
resiea, caving inns tar escaped the
lanco of the officers.
Cincrs. The New Yoik
formed in this city last Thursday evening
to a full house. It is as good a circus as
has ever performed in Oregon, and their
trained horses are superior to any ever
exhibited in 'his State.
Reelected. The School Committee
made a report last week in favor of re
appointing Mr. Robb Principal of the
Seminary for the ensuing year, which re
port was adopted and Mr. Robb wa3 sub
sequently elected to the position.
prr-x'x Win. A Chinaman named Ah
Youpe, employed as rag-picker at (he
paper mill, bet Slf that he could swim
the Clackamas river. He didn't win, but
his China friends were at last accounts
engaged in dragging the river fur his body.
Cuff Hovse. Oar readers will find an
advertisement of this favorite House iu
another column, to which their attention
is directed. Good accommodations will
be found their and the patrons well cared
for and furnished with the best in market
Coming Homk. vv"t notice the name of
D. II. Good, Iv-q., of this place among
the passenger list of the Oriilanme. which
left San Francisco lust Tuesday, lie, will
probably be home to-morrow, and we
hope improved in health.
Fell oi-'i' ti;e Peefe. A man. whose
name we could not learn, while drunk.
oil the steps leading up the bluff at
ier end of town and
severely cut up. lie will probable keep
away lrom there hereafter when drunk
I) i a:
:;i.l.s. The diamond drills
operation yesterday. We
were put in
shall go and see them work when they
are iu fair operation, and give our readers
the result ot our observation.
Geo. A. Harding has been elected Frst
Assistant Engineer of the Fire Department,
in place of J as. Ryan, resigned.
god selection, as George is on
deistaads the business.
no u il
John Crawford, one of Al-
bany s most er.i
erpriaing citizens, was in
Tkoct. Capt. Apper-ou and iwo other
gentlemen went fish Ins Ir.st week, and in
two days captured ol'o fine trout. That
is some fishing.
Rete-'ined. lhn. David and a portion
of his surveying party returned home this i
iv ri 5:101; v
"-If : l ok On;
jon Leix.iK Nr. r., I. O. O.F.,
t;oN Citv, Jane 13, 1871.
At a meeting of Oregon Lodge, - No. ?,
I. O. O. F., held in their Hall this day, the
foi'owing resolutions were adop'ed :
Since it hath pleased Almighty God to
remove from us our beloved friend and
brother, Charles Pupe, who hath passed
i that Lodge, '-not made with hands, eternal
j in the heavens." we desire to express to
: the widow and children of our brother.
and to all friends who hive been called
to mourn, our hearty sympathy iu their sad
bereavement : therefore it is.
lltsolnA, That in the death of Brother
Charles Pope. P. G., our brotherhood of
Odd Fellowship has lost one who was in
all points a worthy brother, a true friend,
and who commended himself to our af
fection and love by years of intimate as
sociation in the good works of our Order;
and while his meuioi' is en.shrined iu our
hearts, we de.-ire to emulate his example.
by remembering tin
f.Uher'ess in tti.
broad human sympathy with all those
Ji'es--. .'eci f, That a copy of these resolu
tions be presented to the mourning friends
and also to the Weekly En rEunuisE for
publication. B. A. Heches, X. G.
Attest. S. D. Pen-:, R. S.
We. the committee, appointed by Col
umbia Hook A (.adder Company. No. 1,
would respectfully submit the following
Wjseukas, We are called upon to
mourn the death of our beloved Brother,
Charles Pope, who has been called sud
denly from our midst to another and
better world and feeliug this visitation of
the Divine Ruler to be a solemn warning
for us to be prepared to meet the Angel
of Death, theietore. be it
Ltsolvtj, That in the death of Charles
Pope we have lost a noble member of our
company and the family a faithful hus
band and devoted father,
llnsol c? .7. That we extend our sympa
thies to the bereaved family and friends
of our departed Brother.
Jicsolri'd, That, as a last token of re
spect, our house be draped in mourning
for the period of thiity days.
Eesolved. That a copy of these resolu
tions be furnished the Weekly Enteu-rnr-q-:
for publication, and that a copy be
presented to the family of the deceased.
J. L. Barlow,
J j. Davidson.
At the Congregational Church, Jane 11th,
bv R"v. E. Oerrv, Mr. ll -nrv J. Harding to
Miss Belle P. Fields, all of 6rcg.ni CUy.
On 4th hist., by Rev. C. F. Leatie, at the
resilience of Win. Strickland, Mr. John
ll;.v ;I and Miss Di n-a Strickland, all of
Clac-.kainus county, Oregon.
In th'scity, -Tun." lMh, 171, Mrs. Margaret
1 1. C. ISolds, aged 51 years, 8 months and
A Chii jjti r of Kiit'.'s.
pace is valuable in a newspaper, and it
is therefore propose? 1 in this advei tisenieut
to condense a variety of facts, important to
the public, ir.t a small compass. Those
facts refer to Ilo.-stettei -s Stotm.ch bitters
what that celebrated nicdi.-ine is, and what
it will To. Iu the first place, then, tho article
is a stitnu'ant, tonic and alternative, con
sisting of a combination of an absolutely
pure spirituous agent, with the mot valuable
medicinal vegetable substances that botanic
ri search has placed at the disposal of the
chemist and the physician. These ingredi
ents are compounded with great care, and in
such proportions as to produce a preperation
which invigorates Tvithmt exciting the zrn
era! system, and tones, regulate and "con
trols the stemacb, the bowels, the liver, and
the minor sreredvo organs.
"What. this great re-torafive will rio nnn
be gathered from what it has done. The
case ot rijspcpsui. ur an- other form of in
di -est ion, in winch it has been persUtPnt!
administered without cfiectin- a radiealcure
ie same nmr
be sa;u oi oouou
' I tV.vf r
nervous ailect son
constipation, sick headache, mental disabilil
j i:es i J tvinfii me ieeuie are so ev.i-ct It
parities all the fluids of the bod, including
the blooa, and the gent.'e stimulants which
u imparls i me ntn tuts system is not suc
ceeded by the slightest reaction. This is a
chapter of facts which readeis, for their
own sakes, should mark and reaiember.
Foieisug & WAIT,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
OREGON CITY, : : OREGON,
TEIXG CONNECTED "WITH R E A I
! Estate Agents of Portland, are prepared
to attend to the PURCHASE and SALE of
HEAL ESTATE in Claekimus an J adjoining
A TEAM in readiness to convey purehas
ers to and from the premises
Free of Charge
May 2 a, is7i:tf
Rebecca Degree Lolc No. 2, 1.O. O. F
o rv. Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree ate invited to
attend. Uy order of N. G.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
ACKERRSAW & CO.
TTAYK JUST RECEIVED A FARCE
XX Stock of
sprixg & mimn goods,
WHICH THE Y OFFER
eapor than the Cheapest.
We would say, come and convince your
sdf before pui-chasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in pai t of
FANCY AND STAPLE PRY-COOPS,
CIIO TH ING, HATS,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
y OTIONS, C ROCER1 FS,
a:'.U a ctc;
many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass 'ana Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IX
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
the II I G
A E2. wanted, fir whicl.
I EST PRICE.
3. AGKERMAH & CO.
Oregon City, April 1, 17i:tf
SEW MAEBWARE STOKE,
COUXF.T FItOXT STARK STS.,
rOULD 1XFORM II IS FORMER PAT-
ro :s a!:dtl;e public irenerallv, that
lie is no w i'ee.iviog ami olfersfor sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock of
Table and FoeRet Cutlery,
Mails, Ropes, Shovels,
Anvils, Axes, Etc.,
Which he invites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing eDewheie.
Would inviti' particular uttention of bovv
ers of Ruddtis" Hardware and House Trim
minors, either at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
Maytio, ls7i:tll;; JOHN R. FOSTER. "
Office of Board of Commissioners
For School Lands and Common
1W"OTICE TS IIEltLJiY (JIVES', THAT FROM
and after this l.'to, all aiplieations for
State, .School and Univprsity Lands, must be ac
companied with one-third cash payment ; and all
applications for above described Lands now on
file in this office, must be made irood by one-third
payment within SIXTY DAYS from date, else
thev will be null and void.
Clerk tor the Hoard.
Salem, Orosnn, April 15th, 1S71. myl'Jtf
s i w b nil ma m viuriiciai - m
CLIFF HOUSE, NO. 5, UP STAII'iH.
"7"IIILHT Til AN KING TFJE LADY
V p'.ibiic for their most liberal patruii
age in the past, slie would most resjtect fully
invite their attention to her new styles of
FASHIONAHLE HATS AND IJ ONSETS,
now eo hand an 1 just received.
Dress-Making done in the very LATEST
April 14, ISTl.tf
JOHN II. SCIIRAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
ITiin ,.-', Or.'zon City,
jfs" Wishes to represent that be is now as
well prepared to fm-aish any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State. He
part icularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
NOTARY PUBLTC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Oregon City, Jan. I3:tr
Cnrrrn H.xds and Face, sorelips7dry
neis oftbe skin, Ac, ic, cured at once by
liegeman's Camphor Ice with Glycerine",
it, keeps the bands soft in all weather. See
that jou ge t liegeman's. Soli bv all drnsr
gists, only 1 cents. Manufactured onlv by
Uejeman Co., Chem sts and Druggists,
New York. dec!50-ly
Oregon I.oISe Ho. 3, I. O. of O. F
Mi-eU every Thursday even
ss'i'i' Oi- 111? at 7 nVtnpl- In CiAA kV.ii
Hull, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
by order. N. G
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
S. W. COR. FIRST & MORRISON STS.,
AL3L. THK LATEST STYLES OF
Ladies', Gents' & Chihlren's
BOOTS and SHOES
THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE
X Most Prominent of our JNtw Goods :
Miles' Make, Cloth, Scallopped Top, Bottom
Miles' Extra Oaality Kronzo Button Gaiters
Seiberlich's French Kid, Scalloped Top, But
ton Gaiters, Extra.
Seiberlich's Glove Kid Foxed, Fancy Stitch,
Bert's Gfove-Kiil Foxed, Button Gaitors.
Bert's Cloth-Kid Foxed, Fancy St
Scalloped Top, Button Gaiters
Donovan's Oustm-made, Pompadour Heel
Kid Foxed, button Gaiters, '
Donovan's Extra Quality, all Cioth, Button
Donovan's Custom-made, Extra Kid Lined
Kid Foxed, ami ail Cioth.
Donovan's French Kid. Extra Duality, Scal
Donovan's Extra Qualify, Scalloped Top.
1 ompadour llec!. Ail Lmth.
Donovan's Broi ze French Kids, Scalloned
lop, Brass He Is.
Donovan's Bine Kid, Scalloped Ton. and
Ilusenstock's Mott'P0f vtan, Kid Foxed, Scal
loped Top ai'.-' ''amp.
Roscntoek's Metn-P" ifan. Embroidered.
Vain;., Scallop:- 'op, and Brass Heel,
Rosenstock's Eti.brcidered and Fanev Stitch.
Scalloped Toil : ab-o. tught other stvles
the same uiak .
Roscn.tock's French Kid Oxfords.
Bert's make Newport TKs.
French Kid Juniatas.
Gmr J uti iatas.
Beit's Bronze Button Saratogas.
Bert's Patent-leather Burton Saratogas.
Bei t's French Kid, Batten Saratogas.
Sicberli' b's French Kid Empicss.
Seiherlich's Ye! vet Shoo.Fiy.
Seiberlich's French Kid, Marie Antoinettes.
Seiberlich's French Kid Operas.
.S'cibft lich's (ilove Kid Operas.
Miles' French Kid Cerise.
Miles' Cloth Oxfords.
Miles' Cloth Ji.ciat.as.
uroideied Bronze Kids.
Cloth Oxford Ties.
French Call Oxford Ties.
Patent Leather ditto.
Goat Skin ditto.
Cloth Baiiic. Albert?.
French Prince Alberts.
Glove Calf ditto.
C!o!h, with Sealskin fronts, ditto:
Calf Scotch Ties.
French Calf, band-made, Gaiters.
Glow Kid Extra.
Calf Cloth Top.
Calf Glove Kid Top.
Hand-made Seal.-kiu Gaitcis.
Cult Box Toes.
French Calf, sewed, Balmorals.
Cloth Top Balmorals.
OUR OWN MAKE.
Oxfords, Balmorals, sewed and scr ewed Boots
and Shoes of extra quabtv and of every
Benkcrt's, Seiberlich's, Fogg's, Houghton's
Reed's Tin-ell's, United' Workingmen's,
Taylor & Mason's, Rosenthal & FUher's,
Metropolitan's. Buckingham's, Hecht's
and all other first class Inar ufactuves of
Of Boys' a -id Youths' Boots, Balmorals, Ox
fords, -Scotch Tie.-, Brogans, etc., is con
stantly on baud.
MISSES,' CHILDREN'S and IN
FANT'S SHOES, TIES
jj7""0ur Stock is too extensive to permit
us to describe all, so the public are invited
to come and see for themselves.
KAY- Si MAliTIN'S BLCKIXG.
Jacquot s Celebrated French Polish.
Hatha way's lbonzing Fluid.
Fenton's.Shuliue's and Mason's Blacking
Every '.rvrlfty is Iext on Hand.
;"5?"IIaving a large Manufactory in con
nection with our House, wo have facilities
for furnishing our goods at cheaper rates
than any similar establishments on the Caost
FRGTZrlAN; GILLIHAN & CO,
May 20. IsTLtf
ALL THE BRANCHES COMPRISING A -TIIOIiOU;iI
C LrlSSICAL, ?I A T i I IZ 31 A T I C A T, ,
An! C OjIMI-HIt'IAL EUt'CATIOX,
taught. IFairs, from Si a. m., to 3 p. m.
Jane -J, ls71:tf
S. I?. POPE,
HOUSE ANDJLOTS FOB SALE
rpiIE CXDERSKtNED OFFERS FOR
JL sale bis residence in Oregon City. There
are four lots, a good house and barn, with a
tine cellar and a good well of water. There
is plenty of land, and it is well adapted for
early gardening purposes. Part payment
mav be made in stock. For particulars ap
ply to GEORGE CLARK.
Oregon City, Jena 2, HTlitf
Expiration of Copartnership by
Limit at ion.
rpiIE TERMS OF COPARTNERSHIP EX
JL istiug between A. II. Bell and E. A.
Parker, under the firm name nf Bell & Park
er, Oreg'm City, Oregon, having expired bv
reason of limitation, A. II. Bell assumes the
liabilities of saidtirm, and will continue the
business as formerly, with an incressed and
more complete assortment. E. A. Parker,
having engaged his assistance in the I) run-
Store, when he can be absent from thedutie
of bis . farm, will be pleased to meet and
serve I is old customers and friends in his
np-.v oenmp.t'on. and ssthe books nf thr firm
of Delhi- "Parker must of Leccssity be closed
up. those indebted will please call upon E.
A. Parker, at the old stand. We desire to
express gratitude and many thanks to our
friends for their liberal patronage.
A. H. BELL.
E. A. PARKER.
May 1, 1571.
In continuing the Drug business at the old
stand of Boll it Parker, I shall consult the
best interests of customers and myself bv
purchasing goods of the finest quality, and
selling the same at a very small advance.
hoping thereby to have the continued favor
ot tormer mends ana patrons, and to make
many new and permanent customers.
Respectfully, A. II. BELL.
May 11, lS71:m3
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TO YOUIXQ MEIV T
TO YOU BELONG THE FUTURE OF
our beautiful 'and fast growins State.
Soon the shrill whistle of the IRON HORSE,
as he comes tmoking across this great con
tinent, drawing after him the rich products
of the Nation's "Wealth, and Industry, will
"GOOD TIME COMING "
when Oregon's own Sous and Daughters
will be called to fill the new avenues of Busi
ness. Everyone should prepare for an
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE
Great chafes Lave been made in the com
in the future, is a question which depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS
oi uer l otlllg mcu.
Yithin the past four j-ears of continued
iJiosei uy, me
National Biuiness College,
of Portland. Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of young men fully qualified, and many of
whom are now filling high tnd liKirative po
sitions in the Banks, Counting-I'.oerr.s and
Stores of our State. So great is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to send East for assistance. No
enterprising, studious Young Man who has
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want of a situation and
at good salary, too.
Every facility is here alibi did requir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will 'nave an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE!
After havimr completed the Theory, he is
introduced into a
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the (-fleet of thoroughly familiariz
ing him with all the miuuthe. of real business.
The course of study embraces Double ami
n:iio Entry Book-Kef-piir, Commercial
Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Correspond
ence, Business Po-iuianship, regular arid
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
0 UNA M E X T A L P E X M A X S I II P,
lELKlillAl'll l ,
GERMAN. ITALIAN. ETC.
For full particulars, call at. the College Off-ice.
in Carter's building, corner of Front
and Alder stieets (entrance on Alder) Port
lard, Oregon, or send for cicular. Address
DeFIUlNCS & JAMES,
PORTLAX D, OREGON.
Merch 31, lS71:i'l
An Infallible hlooo piniFiEn, possess
iag rare toxic and seiivi.xe properties
a certain euro for hiieoiatism, t.ou i ,
Mxn i.ci.i, and all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the system when im
paired by disease, revives tho action of tho
Kin.ETi und cexital (iRC ixs, radi
cally cures scnoFiL.i, salt iiheiji
and all eiu'PTIVE end ct,heous Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relie'
in DVSPEPJilA, EllTSIPELAS, Tuhiok,
Eoils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi
cates from the system all traces of Hercuria'.
It is pt'nELY vegetable, being made
from an herb found indigenous in California,
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for use by
Females and Children, as a blood peiu.
riEIl and nEXOVATOK.
For Sale by all Druggists.
REBtNGTCiK, KQSTETTER & CQi,
529 and 531 Market Street,
Clergymen, Scliool Ttschcis, Smart
Young 7'Iesi justl toadies -v:Jile;l
to Canvass fur the Stir I.oolv
"OUR FATHER'S HOUSE,"
Tho Unwritten Word.
By Daniel Makch, author of the popular
" Night Scenes". This master in thought
and language shows us untuld l iehes and
heauties in the Great llor.se, with its bloom
ing ilowers, sinyini"; birds, waving palms,
rollins; cloi'.ds. beautiful bow, sacred moun
tains, delight! ul rivers, mighty oceans, thun
dering voices, blalnjr heavens and vast uni
verse with countless beinjrs in millions of
worlds, and rends to us each the unwritten
word. Uose tinted paper, ornate enarav-
hiijs and superb bin ling. Send for circular.
in wuieh is a full de -cription and umvers.il
comnieudations by the press, ministers and
college processors, in tho straightest possible
Agents als: Wanted for tl.o
PACIFIC LAY ENCYCLOPEDIA,
TIIK UljST LAW BOOK OUT!
"Written expressly for use upon the Pacific
800 TA-fJES! FULL LAW BINDING"!
Treats UpiTt, Xcdibj 300 Different Subjects,
To consult upon anyone of which would
cost more than the price of the Book.
JJV J. F. COWDEIIY,
Of the San Francisco Bar.
The above are the most rapid selling and
popular bonks ever upon this Coast. Agents
are meeting with success every wheK?.
St ad imini'-itatthj fur Circulars and lrms
A- L. EANCTOFT & CO-,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Savier, LaE.oqtie & Co.,
VT!L.Keer constantly on hand for sale,
Midiiri:rs. Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
purchaoins feed mast iuruisti tbe sacks.
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AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. II. Hicfaiii'tf son,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMerchen
disc and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, II. G. Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
Xlu; wm FOOD. .
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r"?-jr"ii V fC" ' rr - ,5
For a few cents you can ljiy
cf ycur Grocer or DrnirIst a
i-iailc from p;iro Irish Hoss, or
Carrageen, which will make
f ixteen quarts of Elanc flange,
and a like quantity of Fud-din-s',
Custards, Creams, Char
lotte liusse, 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
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! !
THE GREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
TSsis vo2i2c5'fil vegetable
restorative is tlao Stiees-nrv
cSior of t"ae feebSc atad lcl:;!i
tatcd. As a toassc and cordial
for tE:e aged mud lassfjcsid, it
Bias bio cqaal as520E2g storn-
acJjics. As a resiaedy STor t!:c
Kcrvoas weaJsises to wIjbcIi
woasscn are especially snb-
ject, Et us sajerscIisjgf every
oiSicv stiaitilna. Ij all Cii
mates, ta'opscal, tesnperale,
or frsgid, it acts as a specific
in every species of disorder
v. aicli undermines the bodily
streiigt!i and breaks down the
animal spirits, For sale by
A'jy. 20, l570:ly
OREGON CITr, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
II Alt 1 WAKE,
I also keep constantly oa hand
SALEM CASSI MERES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool m exchange
will also pay the highest prices for
Butter. Eu!-1, and all kinds of good country
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
3" Oive me e. call ana saur-iy yourselTes
DEEP. SKINS WANTED.
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS.
Jaii. 13, ISTl.tf
AND DEALEU IX
DYE STUFFS AND
BY THE PACKAGE ONLY.
Cash Orders for Goods of ererv descrip
tion from this or an v Foreign Maiket, will
receive prompt and faithfurattention.
MIMEKS, .MANUFACTURERS AND
WHOLESALE TRADE SUP
PLIED FOR CASH.
No notice or attention paid to orders for
goods, if there is no provision made for the
payment of the saint.
OFFICE, - - Merchants' Exchange.
San Fruncisco, California.
TERMS NET CASH, ON DELIVERY, 'IN
U. S. GOLD COIN. Package prices.
K". B. Oregon Propucts Solicited
J . B UG HTEL ' S
NEW PHOTOGRArlllC ROOMS,
No. 01 First Street, (Second door south of
his old stand), Portland, Oregon.
I AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
work in my line in a superior manner,
with all the latest improvements in the art.
Nothing but firstclass work done at my new
and magnificent rooms, at low prices.
CALL AND EXAMINE SPECIMENS
Fob. 10, 1671:aaS
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fcr-r-P S i tt,z Invert--- t
REDINGTON, IIOSTET J-ER & CO.
Slop that Coughing !
Some of you can't, and we pity you.
You have tried every remedy but tb
ONE destined, by its intrinsic merit, o
supersede all similar preparations. It
is not surprising you should be reluc
tant to try something else aYter the mariy
experiments you have made of trashy
compounds foisted cn the "ublic as a
certain cure; but
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
i is really the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Cough,
Colds, Sore 'Throat a, Asihmn JVhovping
Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have been already benefited by
the surprising curative -powers of O
Newel Ps Pulmonary Syrup
and with one accord give it their'tin
We now address ourselves to all wbp
are unacquainted with this, the greatest
panacea of the age, for the heftling :'pf afi
diseases of the Throat and La'ngi,
assuring you that
Newell's Pulmonary Syrup
has cured thousands, a6d it will cure
YOU, if you try it. This invaluabla
. medicine is pleasant to the taste ; soothe
ing, healing and strengthening , n its
Reflects; entirely free from all poiso'no'uJj
or deleterious drugs.and perfectly harm-
less under all circumstances.
For Siilc y all Urugglsls.
REDINGTON, IIOSTETTER & CO.
5-"j and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
W'hich i? confidently recoinrmnded as the
bvst prcpartion noio It-fore the public
This valuable preparation, containing
in a hip-lily concentrated form all the
properties of Jamaica Ginger.has become
one of the most popular domestic rime
dies for all diseases of the stomach and
digestive organs. ....
As a tonic, it will he found invaluable
to all persons recovering from debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for while it imparts to the system all the
plow and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it is entirely free from
the reactionary eflects that lollow the
use of spirits of an' kind.
It is also an excellent -remedy fc?r
females who suiter, from difficult men
struation, giving almost immediate, re
lief to the spasms that so frequently ac
company that period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by i idii ir m a railroad car, or by
sea sickness, or other causes.
It is also valuable as an external ap
plication for Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
REDISGTO.V, IIOSTETTER & CO
52'J and 531 Market street, San Francisco.
ARE THE PERFECTLY PURE AND
highly concentrated Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepared with great care.
They are put up in superior style, and
in a bottle holding TWICE AS MUCU
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are nearly so cheap. . ,
Whenever tested on theie MEEiTS,they
hare teen adopted in preference to aft
others, and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS of the Pacific
MAHK THE ADVANTAGES.
By purchasing Eedington's Concen.
gSfated Flavoring Extracts, you obtain an
article not only superior in richness and
delicacy .oflav-3T to any other of a simi
lar nature, but far more economical, bp
cause each bottle holds double the
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
REDIXGTOX, IIOSTETTER ATCO.,
Agents.for the Pacific doast.
Would yon escape FEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve health and vigor during tbe
sickly season, make occasional use of the
If you are ATTACKED with Chill?
and Bilious Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, and used other so-called
remedies without permanent relief, sect
at once the safest and surest
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by usiner, according to directions
MASON & POLLARD'S
or, FeVe' aad Ague Pills. Time lias
proved them thoroughly to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or other mineral or
chemical. Thfty. aVe exclusively -Vegetable.
They stimulate the functions of
the liver. Congestion is impossible where
they are used. They do not d-cter frctu.
daily labor. By asi.stingdi?estion tbey
add flesh and mu.-cleto the frarre. They
are adapted to all ages and both sexcsf
and as a
Will CURE in their incipiency, three-
fourths of all diseases incidental to a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, i'n
small doses, they have no equal.
For sale by all Druggists.
REDI.VGTO.V, IIOSTETTER &, CO.,
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on between
health and dif-ease, has never received
from any medicine such marked and un:
uiistakable assistance, on the side of
health, as it has from
Newell's Pulmonary Syru
UEDI.NGTON, IIOSTETTER. & CO.,
529 and 531 Market street, San Franciscg.