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From the Philadelphia Age.
Visiting a hospital in a large
city fs by no means a pleasant oc
cupation. The sights are not
agreeable ; the surroundings sug
gest no ideas of a happy or agree
able character, save those connect
ed with the care of the sick, the
prostrate, the suffering. Especially
do these remarks apply to the
HOSPITALS DEVOTED TO SURGICAL
In these Institutions all the sights
are of a painful aspect. Men and
women are to be seen suffering
under the most dreadful afllictions,
their bodies distorted, their limbs
twisted, excrescences clinging to
them like living curses, eyes gone,
and the whole human economy
burdened by special maladies,
which can only be reached by the
keen knife, the clear eye, the steady
nerve, ami tne iron liana oi tue
veteran surgeon. And then the
O preperation and labor are on a
level with the task to be acom
plihcd. Men, women and children,
lifeless under the e licet of chloro
form, or some other agent of a sim
ilar character, human bodies
carried from place to place on
stretchers ; the noisless, but not
"bloodless, work of the operators,
the writhing of subjects when re
turning conciousness makes them
sensible of what lias been done, are
all parts of a scene which if once
witnessed will never be forgotten.
But all this is necessary as a means
of releiving su Hirers from pain,
and restoring them to the use oi
their natural junctions. Science,
skill and care reduce the suffering
of those compelled to undergo
surgical operations, to the lowest
point. lint .enough remains to
frighten people from paths, the end
of which is the operating table
and the surgeon's knife. One of
these paths, which
JUST XOW IS FILLED WITH VICTIMS,
is wearing of high-heeled boots!))'
ladies and children. The practice
is openly condemned by learned
surgeons, and Dr. Y "m. If. Pan
coast remarked the other day, after
performing a painful operation on
an interesting little girl whose feet
had been ruined by wearing
wrongly constructed shoes, "this
is the beginning of a large harvest
of such cases." And what else can
be expected? Mothers walk the
streets with heels on their boots
from two and a half to three and
a half inches high, and not more
than an inch in diameter, and their
daughters follow the same bad and
barbarous practice. In many
cases severe sprains of the ankles
are suffered. But these are not
the worst fruits of the high heel
torture. The toes are forced
against the fore part of the boot,
and soon begin to assume unnatural
positions. In many cases tney are
actually dislocated. In otht-r cases
the great toe passes under the foot,
the tendons harden in that posi
tion, and lameness is contracted,
forowhich there is no cure but the
knife. Yhen the injury does not
take this form it assumes other
aspects almost as horrible and dis
tressing. There are thousands of
young girls tip-tneir.g it along our
streets to-day, who, in a lew years
WILL nil KIIVLHS
if their parents do not interfere
and remove the cause. We will
have a race oi' women almost as
helpless, so lar as walking is eon
fj"? rued, a-i those in China. We
G condemn lh- practice of coniiniu-j."
the feet oi Chinese children in
wooden slices, and yet that prac-
miurious to the
leet tiitiii loreitr-- them into n small
m Alpine lieel. This
is a matter ot grave aim serious
import, and hence we press it upon
the mothers ami fathers ot the
laml. If they would not feed the
surgical hospitals, and have groups
of maimed daughters in their
homes, they must commence a
crusade upon the high heels. Xo
father should have high-heeled
boots in his house, any more than
lie would keep a vicious dog in his
parlor. When skillful surgeons,
like Paneoast from the operating
room, raise their voices against
highdieeled boots, it is time for old
and young ladies to pause and
listen. At this period they can
choose between high heels and the
operating knife. In a short time,
it may be the latter or permanent
Co N S KU V A T I V K. Th e C 1 1 in e?o
Government is tleeiueilly "conserv
ntivc"' on tlie woman question. The
law is that any woman who Jis
pntes, in the slilites tletrce, the
authority of the husband, may be
mimk rl out of hand.
in' the ballot to women would not
amount to anything practically, be
cause ihey would insist that they
Avere too youn; to vote until they
got too old to 't ake any interest in
"How much did he leave?'1 in
quired a L ntleman of a wag on
learning the death of a wealthy
citizen.0 "Everything," responded
the wag; ''lie didn't take a dollar
with him !"
"There are three things," said a
wit, '"which L have loved without
understanding them; paintings
music and women."
A citizen of Montreal is under
arrest for refusing to tell the cen
sus enumerator the ages of his two
If a misfortune comes into your
houo be patient and smile pleas
antly, and it will stalk out again,
for it can't bear cheerful company. 1
STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN axd SIXTH STREETS
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
X7"HERE HE WOULD INVITE HIS
VV friends, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
Moot is,imI Allocs,
Msits s&sicl Czips,
Having from many years' experienc
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES III SMALL PROFITS
JS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Silence the Cry of l'ortland Prices!
Oregon City, August 2Sth, ISG'J.
g HADES SALOOX.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIN STREET Oregon City.
Rent BILLIARD TABLES in, OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T J I E B A II 1 S S VP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadv
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
&3 Families supplied.
O. V. POPE & GO.,
STOVE?., TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON.BRA-IEIL-,"
:OPPEu, LEAD PIPE, IRON
PI'-'E AND FITTINGS, RUCIiER
HOSn. FOIICE AM) LIFT
PUMPS, ZINC, COl'PFR,
BRASS AM) I HON
Also a general assoi tmcnt o( Hons
M AN U FA CT UE E ES 0 F
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND JOR151NO OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, .WD AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WAR E A N I) 11 ' VA EE, LA NTERNS,
LA M i 'S A N D 01 L, L U C 1 N E AN D
NK.ilT LAMPS. ALSO
All of the above articles are for sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
XV. POPE & CO.
Oregon City O.egon.
i ri s .1 rt ft s i s a i
Ziobor &. Hosion Propr'o.
'IHE UN DEI 'SIGN ED II A VINO RE-
JL lurnishe i and re lifted the above named
Hotel, wi.l henccf x t!i conducted on the
o-j. noa uy j.iy, w.
A RESTAURANT in the
jlie management of PI ERRE.M ANC1 ET, late
of the Lafayette.
O tying to its location and construetien, it
is the most desirable Ilote' in the C i f 3". and
we intend keeping it as it ought to ni;
Free CoacU an.l IMuge X ng.n
iuiil from I Ut-'llottl.
ZIEDER A HO ETON, Proprietors.
Office of ( lie Oregon ami California
oet. 21tf. Sliiaet'omuanv
CHA8. HODGE. .CIIAS. E. CALKF. .GEO. W. SXELL.
H0Z3GE. CALEF h Co.,
DE ALE IIS IX
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VAEXISITES, B HUSHES. PAIXTERS
Aldtcrxais, ana Drug-jilts' Sundries.
07 Front Street,
55... l'ortland, Oregon.
FOR THE JLlXCFACTOnr OF
SASH3 BLINDS AND DCORS?
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL S ZES.
They will also do TURNING, of cvry
do. . . nuon to order,
With Neatness and Dispatcli'
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop ou the River, bsck of Ackerman's
titore, Oregon City, Oregon.
I have opened a Finishing room in Dr.
1 licio s Brick, under the old Clerk's office,
wnere I am prepared to furnish all articles
ot my manufacture, at as low a price as can
hi Purchased in Oregon. Constantly on
Hand all kinds of furniture, and what I have
not, w.l! be ma le to order, on short notice.
u;ve me a call and examine my stock
Oregoa Cky, July 34rf
33. L. STOISTE'S,
Tio. 107 Front Street,
WALTIIAM WATCHES, r,Tnpi.c
GOLD CHAINS xiND KIXG, CLOCKS,
OROIDE WATBIIES AND CHAINS,
FINE JEWELRY AND SILYERW ARE.
.Ali a t IsTew York J3 1 vices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. juOtf
In the County Court of Clackamas County, Ore
In the matter of the Guardianship of the person
and estate of J. llnehit, an insane person.
ST Al'l'KAKINO TO THE J UHUE OF THE
aforesaid Court by t)e 'petition presented u:id
filed by A. F. llod;j'i s. Guardian of the person
and estate of S. Jiuelat, ins-nie, priyin- for an
ontor ot court tirauiin-;- iio-jiise to sell Celt am
real estate belonjrhttf to said .s. lluelat, insane,
that it is neeessary to sell the whole of the real
estate le!oii in'4' to sail fs.iluehit, insane, to dis
ehaive theiudehted:ie.--i of sai.l S. liuel.it, insane.
It is 'there fore ordered the Jvulueof said Court
that the next of kin, nrA ail peivnus interested in
said estate, appear hi i' re the said t'o'iiry J udjo,
at the July term of the County Co'.irt for i'laeka
mas eoiuif y, Oreu-oti, on Yv'edne.sdjy, the 2d day
of said term, beinj- the -t!i uav of July, LSd, at
10 o'cloek a.m. ot said tlay, in the Court House,
in said county, to show cause why unorder should
not he -ranted to said Guardian to sell Lot 1 1 tree
iu i'doek .-even, in ( iv :un Cit y, Ore:on ; and that
a copy ot tlas order t-e puidi.-!ied at least lour
successive weeks in the Weekly Enterprise, a
newspaper puhii-hed iu said county, Lemur the
paper desip-nated as the Litigant oi'-'un iu and
for said county. Jjy order of
J. K. WAIT,
Conntv .1 udre.
CTLVS. E. WAR 11 EX, AtCyf a- Cituu-diau.'
Oreyon City, J uue S, IS, l:vi
In the County Court of Clackamas county, Ore
intSio ma Iter of the estate of Tisos. O.
RCliiU.)N KliIJA", C.rARDIAN OF THE
J- pciun and estate of Thos. O. Ivjnvk, insane,
having rendered and presented fer settlement
and riled in this Court Ins !di;d account. It is or
dered that Wednesday, the ."nil day of J uly, 1H71,
heiii a day of a terra of sai I Court, to-wic: The
.Inly terxn,"lhl, at 11 oYlork a. m., he apr-ninted
and set apart for tin; hearii-j? of the application
for settlement of said tinal aecouut, when all
15. rseus interested iud next of kin, may appear
a:id h:w 1'tiu.Mi why sai l applieal ion for iinai
settleiaeut haii iiot he ii ranted and said. Guav
dian di.-:ha:-uvd. It. is turther ordered that thi
order be pid dished for lour successive weeks m
th.': Weekly Knterprie, the Lititrant oi-uau for
said county. I'.y older of J. K. Vt'AU',
Co' in v .) ud.fe.
( HAS. E. WARREN, Ait'y for Uuaidian.
Oregon City, June S. Ib71.
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City Oregon.
Takes this met hod to i nfornf his old pat
rons, and as manv new ones as may be
pleased to call, tl at lie is now prepared, w
ample room, trood materials, and '
b--t of mechanics, to build anew, recon
paint, iron an
tiun out ;u!
co:u!!ete uav sold id a vekscn
from a com-
inoji ca rt to a conenrd c
ren eral iobbin x n eat 1
aer;. 1 r v me.
r ( x shoei n jr, and
o:aeklv and eheai:-
DAVID SMI ITL
I p '.
Successors of L. Dillkr. in the Lincoln
" F.G LEAVF. TO INFORM THE CITI-
) zei:s of Oivj'on Citv and surrounding
count rv, that they keep constantly ou hand
and for sale, all kinds of
dread, ci; u:m;:;.
CANDIES AND NUTS.
Also, a cood and creneral assortment of
y filled, and poods dediver-
ed at trie resilience (.i uic pare n user wnen
The highest pi ices paid for Butter, Eggs
A liberal share of public patronage is re
spect full v solicited.
April 20, l7i:ly
, t i i 1 1 . 1
- - -v o y
The standard remedy for CougUs, Inflw-
ina, Sore Thro.it :,Uitpiri.g Cougi, Croup,
lArcr Complaint, Bronchitis, BU-aUng of the
Lungs, and every affection of the Throat,
Lunps and Chest' including CoxsfMt-riox.
Wistav'si lialsiim does not dry up a
Cough, lnit loosens it, cleanses the lungs,
and "allays irritation , thus removing the can e
of the complaint. None genuine unless
si a net! I. Butts. Prepared bySETii W. Fowls
A' Son, Boston. Sold by Repixctgx, Hos.
tetter A Co., San Frupcisco, and by dealers
Patronize Homo Industry.
THE PIONEER CURLED KAIR
IS NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE
market with a No. 1 article of Curled
Hair for Upholstery work, which will com
pare with any imported article In quality or
I pay the highest price for Mai
ails of Horses and Tails of Cows
Tails of Horses and iaiis ot Cows at my
tore, corner tront and Salmon streets.
Jacob Stitzel. James B. Unox.
ST IT ZEL & UP TO N,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
Will attend to the sale and purchase
of Real Estate in all parts of the City and
tate. Special attention given to the sale of
East Portland propertr.
Address P. 0. Box 462. Portland. Oregon.
STITZEL & UPTON,
9tf. Hal Estate Brokers.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT
A s . J
. V 4
OIL - CLOTHS,
PAPER - H A I I G I II G S ,
L AC E - C TJ E T A I IT S, &c, &c
We Would Call attention of par
tics filing vpi houses, or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
OZE OF 7 HE COMPLETEST
r it. &
Our Goods being specially selected at
the Factories in Fnglu ud and the
Eastern States, we can sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. SO Front street, between Alder
5.".) and Washington, Portland Oregon
SEWING, MACHINES !
T iJE SELL THE SINOER, WHEELER A
Wilson, Howe, Elliptic, (J rover A
IJaker, t ed, J at lia
I .P es,
Xnieric-i-i combination, avis.
wi .h a c-
''inkle A L'.'.'ii-, Wilcox A (Ebbs
nipiete. out lit , late t improvements,
all extra altaenm
and case at oo.
The Wilson, l'o!so:n, McLean A Hooper,
Ilarthrani A Fasten, with outfit, improve
uients,ail oxfra ait.ie':menfs and case at
The lln heye. Diamond, American, Home
SImOle, Biitul with outht, table, attaeh
meiifs and case, at ;-:'.
T!:e Common Sense, Oefairon, Thinner and
all other hand ma. him-s with outfit hemmer
and tucker at Xo tov machines sold.
A complete set ot attach. nents h
nung line, coarse and wide, binding any ma
terial, quiltinsr, tucking and makine: the next
tuck, mtding ati.l '.-athering, doing away
with bast ng alto-rether. Made to su:t r.nv
machine. Only the complete set s .Id, $.1.
The Lamb at : f lie Crar.o at A to; the
Ilinkley. Diamond sJj ; the UicklbrU, Anio
iean, Essick, New Haven .-'2i.).
When the mmicv is sent with th
we sum wilh ail freight charges prep;,;
far as the M;ssisip;'.i, or sent C.'o.'l)
receipt of had the amount, and chu
K-iii l w,- r
511 KING STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.
$1G0 A MONTH!
TTNERGETIC PERSONS, CLERGYMEN,
2J doctors, lawyers, agents, business men,
farmers, salesmen, dealers, and all others,
male and female willing to give their whole
time or part of it, can easily make
100 OR MORE A MONTH,
by engaging in light, honorable and staple
business, in which no money is required.
No competition. Exclusive territory given.
References as to character required. Stamps
for return postage desired. Write your ad
dress in full and plainly.
H. A. CARTY,
NO. Slo CIIESNUT STREET,
ACTIVE PERSONS WASTED.
STEERS & HIDEj
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOIIESTIC '
Wir,cs, Dmndie.?, WJtiskies, -Etc,
No. 40, Fi'.oxt Street, Portland, Oregon.
Const nntlv on hand a genuine article of
Cutter W isky
Blanks. All kinds of blanks can Be
had at this office Job Printing of every
description neatly executed, at short
4 1 i
- t t -j'-.r larire r-s orr.
' (..locis, composed ic
nrtieieP. to-r.Macr witl
II ii'i'O ii
.'?r-.;l T;"t n. TllPKX'3 PrX!Al!ATNS
t Krs?r:? a-' M'Vi-v.-rrs Smakk's IIekbs,
Essentia r. oils, I t'i;Fr:F.r.iKi,
K.E:on::u CiL, i i'.-a-NTS A3.'i oils,
71dch tvo. o.e r at the lowest Can'a Trices, and
are determined r-et to be undersold.
r.. n. McDonald &, co., sax feascisco, cal-
mm DRFC, Ri;SINES8 located in
Fracisco, Cal. After our best wishes, and
expressing our thanks for the liberal pat
ronage we have received for more than
twenty-one vcars, during which period we
have been st'eadiiv engaged in the Drngbus
ness in California, we beg to say in conse
quence of the rapid growth ff Dr. Walker's
California Ynieirar ILtteis, now spread over
the United States and countries far beyond,
we are necessitated to devote our entire
time to said business.
We are the Okkst Drug firm on the Pacific
Coast and the only one, continons under the
same proprietors since 1:1'J, and have de
termined to sell our large, prosperous, and
well established business on favorabl terms.
This is a rare opportunity for men with
means of entering into a profitable business
with advantages' never before otic-red.
Fo1 particulars enquire of
r. ii. Mcdonald a co.,
R. II. McDon ai.i), Wholesale Druggists,
J. 0. Spkncki!. )
N. IE Until a sale
f-em frflnci-PD I .111.
is made we shall con-
tinue our importations and keep a large
stock of ficsh goods constantly on hand,
and sell at prices to defy competition.
reai Medical Discovery!
V7 AIDER'S CAX.IFOIUSTIA
Hundreds of Tlionsancls
Bear testimony to their Wonder
l'a I Curaiivo Idi'ects.
0' -i TUFA" ARE NOT A XTLV. i
Made cf Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proet
Spirits and Uefno I.ifisnii-s doctored, spiced
and sweetened to please the taste, called "Ton
ics,"" Appetizers," "Restorers," &c, that lead
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Iioots and
Herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic
Stiiiiiilitiiip. Thcyare t!ic(;UEAT 11LOOD
PIJKIFIEK. and LIFE tJIVINfi PRIN
CIPLE a perfect Kcnovator and Invigorator of
t'ae System, carrying off all poisonous matter and
restoring the blood to a healthy condition. No
person can take these Bitters according to (direc
tion and remain long unwell.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhen
inulisiii and limit, Dyspraxia, or Indi
gestion, IJilious, Rcniiiteut and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the lllood,
Liver, Kidneys, anil IJladder, these IJit
ters have been most successful. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
is generally roitucca ly derangement of tno
IYSPEP.SIA OR. INDIGESTION.
Headache. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad taste in the Mouth Bilious At
tacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
the Lungs, Pain in the regions ofthc Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off
They invigorate the Stomach and stir.mlate the
torpid liver and bowels, which render them of un
equalled efficacy in cleansing the blood of all
impurities, and imparting new life and vigor to
the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions.Tettcr,
Salt Rlicurn, Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules,
Boils, Carbuncles, King-Worms, Scald-Head, Sore
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of
the Skin, ii amors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the system in a short time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in snch
cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities bursting through the skin In Pim
ples, Eruptions or Sores; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and tho
health ofthc system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WOR3IS, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, arc effectually
destroyed and removed. For fall directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. TVALKEC, Proprietor. It. II. McPONALD &
CO., Dru.e'K'ists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco,
Caland 3'J and 31 Commerce Street, New Tort.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Feb. 17: ly
f ! 2 t 5
Tho originator of this wonderful medicine,
claims to have discovered and combined in,
Ifiiya-ny more of Nature's mo-t sovereign
hiedic il propalies than was ever before com
bined in one medicine. The evidenceof this
fact is found in the trreat variety of most
ob.-tinate diseases which it lias been found
to conquer. In the cure of Bronchitis,
, , Cw'dis, and the early stages of Con-svii-ption.
it has a-donished the medical faculty-,
and hundreds of the best physicians
pronounce it the grentt-xt iodieal di-eovcri
of the oge. "While it cures the severest
UoivVis, it strengthens the system and puri
fies The blood. Uy its ft rent and thorough
blood puril'ing proprrth's, it cr.s all Humor
from the worst Scrofolt to a common Blotch,
Pimp1.' Ertpfu,,x. Mercurial Di-oase,
Mineral Poisons, Syphilitic and Veneral Dis
eases, and their effects are eradicated and
and a ; nd nnstii'.ito.oi, cstao-
lisiied. ErjyipAo, S,U Rhuun, Sod-l llea.J,
F:rer S"re, Sr.ily or Eov-jli Skin, in short,
all the numerous lisoas caused by b-id Hood.,
are conquered by this powt-rfnj. purifying
and inviiroralinir medicine, lor "Avr
Co.n plaint," BdT-tts Di-ordi rs and Habitual
Constipation, it has jircduced hundreds of
perieet and permanent cures where other
medicines had fad.
The proprietor oilers .l.o00 reward for a
medecitie that will equal it in the cure of all
diseases for which it is recommended. lie
ware oCcountirjArs and vo tl:us imitation.
See that my private Government Stamp,
which is apo.i'ive fjoarant'.e cf (rinuineues'i
is upon the outride wrapper. This medicin
is S.d.1 hi Driignisls at -1 ') per bottle. Pre
pared bv II. V. J'l KRCE, M. P., Sole Pro
prietor," at his Chemical Laboratory, 133
Seneca street, Uu'ilalo, X. Y.
(flpl HENRY IlUrriBEL,
Ilaring purchased the above Urewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to xnaiiuf.irtnre a Xo. I quality of
As good as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
m i - ... m
Zif r ' Hi
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mx - , A-A.AJ:.-: :, gTa
GOLD COIN PREMIUMS
WILL BE AWARDED TO THE
23JSEASO- T1CK1ET HOLDERS "S3
4th Day of July, 1871.
THE COSMOPOLITAN BENE V OLLA 1
Society of California, will hold their
Second Fair at the Broad Street Theater,
Nevada City, California, iu aid of and for
the following charitable purposes :
1st, Public Schools of -Nevada Co.
2d, Put lie Library of Kev cl iy
3d, Orphan Asylum, Nevada County.
4th, Fire Department, Nevada City-
SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION
WILL BE SOLD AT 2 50 each, Gold Coin.
ALL PREMIUMS WILL BE DEPOSITED
in the Bank of Nevada County.
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premium gold coin
Premiums gold coin, 1000 each.
Premiums, gold coin, $500 each.
Premiums gold coin, $300 each.
Premiums gold coin, each $250.
Premiums gold coin, $100 each,
Premiums gold coin, ?50 each.,
Premiums Gold coin, $30 each. .
Premiums gold coin, f;25 each.
Premiums gold coin, $20 each. ,
2oo5 Gold Coin Premiums $150,000
1 1 US 1 N ESS MA N A G E US:
A. W. POTTER, A. 11. II AGADORN,
J. CORWELL LEE.
By special permission we refer to the fol
lowing well known citizens:
John 11. Dickson, Sheriff, Nevada county.
T. W. Si journey.
John A. Lancaster, National Exchange.
M. S. Deal, Editor Nevada Transcript.
Geo, Von Schrnittbarg, Postmaster.
Julius Green wald, Conntv Treasurer.
(?eo. i!. Newell, ex-County Supervisor.
Thos. J. Gardner. Editor Nevada Gazette.
P. Banner, Merchant.
J. Earl Brown, City Water Works.
R. 1!. Gentry, Lite Sheriff Nevada county.
L. Nihil!, City Marshall.
D. E. Pell, Deputy Postmaster.
Ira A, Eaton, Union Hotel.
ti. ;. Allan, Nevada Foundry.
Judire J. 11. Rolfe.
Geo; K. .Phillips. Merchant.
A. Gold-mith, Merchant.
Vs'm. R. Coc, Chief Engineer Fire Dep't.
T. Cantield, ex-Chief Engineer Fire Dep't.
A. ' anftrd. Merchant.
Pliven A Potter, Merchants.
Lessor A Mulloy, Merchants.
Good responsible Agents wanted. Liberal
Money should be sent by Express, or by
Draft on any solvent Bank.
Address all communications to
C. P. SOCIETY,
Nevada Cty, California.
A. Levy, Oregon City, Agent.
T?YYIUTUE OF A VA1; KANT PLACED
in my hands, for the pui jMise of coil.xjtiii
dc-linoiU lit Taxes, due Clackamas County lor tho
voir 1 s70, and to me directed, I will, on SATUK
DAY, the 2 -1th DAY OF JUNE, 171, at the
Court 3 louse door, in Ore-nn City, proceed to .-ell,
to the hihe-t bidder, for I.. S. ltoW coin, in hand
paid, the fidlowim described tracts or purelfs of
land, or so much thereof as may be necessary to
pay th.- taxes duo thereon, together with the
costs. Sal.; to commence at 10 oVlork a. m.
j'.erj v, Coo ii, X i'.. tv 1-2 of n w 1-4 of
sec 2,t2,sr,3o 80 $ 4 GG
Cardinell, Cha-, N it, Claim No. iUi, No
tification No. 7,311!, le
iny parts of sees 1'.),
2 2:) and 3:, t 3 s r, 1 e.625 27 00
Culver, 2Irs Eibjaheth, Oregon Citv,
M.-k 18, lot.- 1,2, 3. i i: G, 13 20
Dole's, Jackson, Part of claim No. 41),
Notification Xo. 00; . con
veyed to (.' J Pchis hy
3 r J ii Tlu'ssin-i- ir wife,
Oil 2n, l.s.i.j, reor :e l m
3iook P, iaircs2,..i5, 2!)(, to
he surveyed out ot tho
south side of said claim,
contain- 73 lj j()
Fiiidlay, David, N K, n 1-2 of sec 3a, t
3 r, 2e 320 7 73
iluglics,2ii's Raehnel.N K,W J Jlutrhes
donation land claim, no
tification No. iTii.'i, in sec
20, t 3, s r, 1 tv .2 SO 13 05
Subject to tax. of IHi.'j
an. i cost of s.i k
rdcNinney, Joseph, estate of, s e 1-4 of
s e 1-1 of sc.-, 31. e 1-2 ot
e 1-2, s w 1-4 of s e 1-4,
and s 1-2 of s w 1-1 of
scr 3.1. t 2, s r, 2 e 1G0
Non-resident ivui.i.Mrs.W illiam-- pla.-e
'ia:m No 37, sc-e 13. t .1 s,
r 1 e, and claim No 42,
sec 1H, t .1 s, r 2 e 320 7 7"
Poork. (J 11, 8 w 1-4 of sec 7.t 2 s, r 4 elfiO 3 88
lloss iV- Stevens lioldin certiiicate of
sale for taxes of lsi;, sold iulST.').
Formerly ltcynold's, N II, See. 23, t 3 s,
r 1 e 1G0
" Gardner, Ceo, I 'arts of see 11
23 and 2(5, t 2 s, r 3 e,
claim No. 4fi, comiiieiic
intr at n w corner of see
11. t 2 s, r 3 t-; thence s
10 ro Is : thence e 100
ivkIs ; thence 11 liiO roils ;
thence w loo rods, to the
place of berinriinsr, con't.100
" llargi-ove, L A, See 2(, t 5 s, r
1 e 100
" Tinslcy, AV T, Sec 11 and 12, t
5 s, r 1 e 100
Sander's Pleasant, Estate of. Part of
claim No. .12, sec 32, t 3 s,
r 2 e, commencing at the
s w corner of said claim;
thence 11 2n cha ins; thence
n 74 1-2 d"-Tees, e 20
chains ; thence 11 SO Oe
rr:es, e 21 1-2 chains, to
nwtonioi- of a piece of
lan 1 s:.ld to 2Ii,-hacl
3i.inlih.an by Isaac Parr,
Sr.; thence s 2.72 chains;
to south line of said
claim No .12 ; thence w to
place of b'Viiminfr, con't . 12S
Summers, C A, l'.xvt of A 1) Poster's
lon it ion claim, Loin in
fee 21, 22, 27 and 2S, t 2
s, i'3 e 120
Tucker, J Pl, E part of sc.- 13,f 4 s, r 2 c. ;o
Alii III K WAUNKR.
Sh- rill of Clackitiiuis County.
Oregon City, Jlay 4, lS71:wl g
LEOitS DeLOUEY, Prop'r,
LATE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MAIX STREET, OREGOX CITV, OREGON'.
THE UNDERSIGNED R E
spectfully announces to his
fe nds and the travelinsx rmblic.
that he has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve I113
csutomers with Ovsters, Pig's Feet, a good
cup ot Coffee or a" SQUARE MEAL.
Oregon City, Jan. 27, 1371:tf
New Goods ! New Goods !
BEGS LEA YE TO INFORM TE PUB L1C
that he has refitted the old stand, corner
Main and Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and has
received an entire new stock of oods. con.
DRV sUOOIS, GRO CEIIIES,
CROCKER Y, GLASS U'A RE,
WO OB EN I VA R E,
and a general assortment of everything in
our line. Thankful for past favors, we stii
solicit a share of the ublic pationage.
Country Produce taken in exchange for
The FLORENCE is the Lest FewW Mv
chine tor Jramuv use. because it sn .ii
- - w VlUUIll
fets out of Order. If there i nn Jr. t
n . 1.1 v 1
gon not working well, if informed of it. 1
will fix it without expense of any kind "to
19 Montgomery St,, Soutli
Grand Hotel Buildiiig',
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SEXD FOll CI11CILARS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
March 31, lS71:m!0
: a 4
JUST RECEIVED AT 0
BOOTS AND SHOES,
UAIiDW A RE, Gl 1 0 CE R IE? .
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &C.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
Jai St? a
AAA ROUNDS OF WOOL, for
DUUUU which I will pay the highest
TliODUCE of all kin Is bouaht, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If you desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
My Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, lS71:tf
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Q,uicli Cures anil T'loclerate Cliargt-s'
Or, Wu EcTooherty's
Private ?Ifliticl iSi iiirglcjil Institute.
Uo. 510 Sacramsnto Street, corner of
Leidesderitj (a. low doors, below
the W Inn Cheer House.)
(Private entrance on Leidcsdoifi"street.),
Established Ex; rcssly to AtlV-j d the Afflicted
Sonnd and Scientific Medical Aid, iujth.:
Treatment and Cure of all Private and
Chronic Di.-eases, Cases of Secrecy and all
To tlic AHictctl.
DR. W. K. DOIIERTY returns his sincere
thanks to hi Min erons patients for their
patronage, and would take this opportnnitv
to remind them that he continues to consult
at his Institute for tl e cure of chronic dis
eases of the Lungs. Liver, Kidnevs, Diges
tive and Genito-Uiinarv Orrans, and all
private diseases, viz : Svphilis in all its forms
.and stages, Seminal Weakne s and all the
horrid consequences of self-abuse. Gonorr
hea. Gb et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diur
nal Emissions. Sexual Debility, Diseases of
the Rack ;:nd Loins, inflammation of the
Rhuhh r and Kidnevs, etc. ; and lie hopes
that his Ions experience and successful prac
tice will contine-s to insure him a share of
public patronage. Ry the practice of many
years in Europe and the United States, he is
enabled to apply the most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds.
He uses no mercury, charges modcrate.treats
his patients in a correct and honorable war,
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
high standing in society. All parties con
sulting him by letter of otherwise, will re
ceive the best and gentlest treatment ard
When a female is in trouble, or afflicted
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, d
oss of muscular power, palpitation of tho
heart, irritability, nervousness, extreme ur
inary diilictilties, derangement of digestive
functions, general debility, vaginitis, all dis
eases of the womb, hysteria, sterility and all
other diseases peculiar to females, sjieshould
go cr write at once to the celebrated female
doctor, W. K. DOHFJiTY, at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her troubles O
and diseases. The 3octor is effecting more
cures than any other physician in the State
of C ah.ornia. Let no false delicacy prevent Q
you, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful sufferings and premature deatb.
Ail married ladies, whose delicate health or
ot.ier circumstances prevent an increase in
their families should write or call at DK. W.
K. POHERTY'S Medical Institute, ar.d they
will receive every possible relief and help;
The Doctor's offices are so arranged that he
can be consulted without fear of observation; 0
Patients residing in any part of the Staff
however distant, who may'desire theopinion
and advice of DR. DOIIERTY in their respec
tire cases, and who think proper to submit a
written statement of such, in preference td
holding a personal interview, are respectful;
ly assured that their communications will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case be
fully and candidly described, personal comi
munication will be unnecessary, as instruc
tions for diet, regimen and the general treat
ment of tne ca-e itself (including the reme
dies), will be forwarded without delay, and
m such a manner as to convey no ideaof the
purport of the letter or parcel,
-p "Consultation by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed or nopaj.
DR. DOIIERTY has just published an im
portant pamphlet, embodying his own view
aud experiences in relation to Impotence or
Virility ; being a Short Treaties on Sperma
torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous, and
Physical Debility consequent on this affec
tion, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to all. whether married rsingl
and will be sent FREE bv mail on receipt o
six cents in postage stamps for return posti
W. K. DOIIERTY. M. P.
julySOly San Francisco Cal 1
AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early in
discretion, causing nervous debility;
premature decay, Ac, having tried in vain
every advertised remedy, has a simple means
of self-cure, which he will send free to b;8
fellow sufferers. Address J. II; TUTTLE,
73 Nassau st., New York.