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TOWS AXD COUXTY.
The Tualatin' Caxai.. Ground was
'broke for the commencement of this im
portant enterprise last Tuesday. It is the
intention ot the Company to connect the
'Tualatin river with what Is known as
Sucker Lake, (which name has been
'changed by the Company to "Oswego
Lakev') and not only connect thi Like
': and river with the Willamette, and furn
ish immense water power fur Oswego,
but for a large increase of manufacture,
which this enterprise is calculated to de
'velop. The exercises of breaking ground
were participated in by ex Gov. Currv.
President of the Company. Capt. Kellogg.
T. Patterson. 1 . of the Herald ; C. P.
Crandall. Esq.. local reporter of the Ore
yonian; Lewis Love. Esq.. Jonathan Jack
son, Esq.. W. S. Failing. Esq.. Secretary of
the Company. The importance of this
enterprise is "fully stated in the subjoined
"extracts from the report of the Company's
Engineer, as follows :
'Although iiOt especially instructed to
' do so, I presume it will not be inappro-
Diiate or uuacceptaole 11 i oner some
estimates and suggestions relative to the
available value of the proposed improve
ments when fully completed. At this time
there cannot be any particular computa-
t iiion of their cash value as a means of
transportation. Put when it is considered
that they will render accessible to the
market afforded by the city of Portland,
very large bodies of timber, consisting of
all the varieties common to the country,
hitherto unavailable, and yet scarcely
touched by the wooduan's axe ; that they
will extend water carriage of such faciiitv
as to preclude ah' competition by rail in
moving heavy products, directly to the
center of one of the largest and most pro
ductive sections of the Willamette valley;
that the first, cost of the works will be
a comparatively insignificant sum, and
tbat when once completed they can be
maintained indefinitely by a very small
outlay for attention and repairs the profits
for this source alone must eventually be
come large. With regard to the motive
power which they will develop, we mav
reach some nore definite conclusions.
There may be drawn from the Tualatin
river, at the lowest stage, a volume of
water equal to the full capacity of the
canal, at a rate of half a milt: an hour.
This would yield at (swgo a discharge
of seventy-three cubic feet of water every
second, with an average of one hundred
feet through the entire year.
This will produce nominally eight hundred
mid thirty-three horse powers.
This, when compared with an equivalent
of power which might be maintained
through the agency of steam with which
it would come directly in eotr.petition
under circurnsf uncos equally advantage
ous for the purposes of manufacture, at a
"low estimate wuuld be worth two hundred
dollars ear-.: d ly. Allowing three hun
dred working days in each year, it would
produce an annua! income of sixty thon
satid dollars at, ten per ;:ent. per annum.
For several yea: s it would hold
'superior advantages in the manufacture
of lumber for the Portland ruirkt't. For
all time to come it, would hold unrivaled
advantages in the manufacture of flour
from the wheat grown in the extensive
region of country which must unavoidably
become t:ii;s!;try to the t '.sv.vgu canal,
wloie it, would remain 1'iiliy equal in point
of location won any other pr-ce in the
'manufacture of that staph' article grown
in other parts of the VViii im.-iio valley.
Whit, I have slated concerning wheat,
will apply wiMi nearly the f-arne epppro-:jriaten.-ss
to the woo! product. Then it
wilt be in the Immediate vicinity of im
mense beds of the best quality of iron
ore. wiih an extensive eiab h hm-cit al
ready prepTr.'d for their reduc-em. In
' Consideration of this Let. it becomes en
tirely the bet point on the Paehie coast
for t!i- establishment, of rolling mills.
Moreover, as a water power, it would
pos-oss the rare advantages of being reg
ular, unfailing, and unobstructed from
any caice a l any season, wtiiie tic nulls
and factories driven by it would remain
always entirely safe from destruction or
injury by flood- : being at the same ti
-directly accessible to every market by
unobstructed water communication. Fa
vored with such advantages as these,
there cannot uri.-e ; reasonable doubt, but
that all the water afforded .by the cana!
"will be quickly utilized. "'
A Pitoei;u Srr.i'. Tiio
' Copy of a letter seiit to
Ibli owing is a
(' -nrt ot ibis
county. It explain-! i s -i. and nol!
i n ii
Ot;r.;o Crrv. July oih. EST I
A. IE M riAt.'ilAM. lOs.i.. Sir : Knowing
that the gener al government has nmde ap
propriations b-r the care and ir-iintenanee
of the Indians near here, and that there
has been reservations selected and desig
nated as their homes. We are extreme'y
nnxious that every one of them should be
moved (excepting such as have bought
laud and are living on the same and. have
adopted the modes of civil :;:-(! life)
whether their true reservations are known
or not. As we are greatly troubled with
them iii our county, more .particularly in
the vicinity of out towns and villages,
some under cover of a pass from "their
reservations, others without. Sometimes
the Indian Agents manifest a very slight
desire to take thorn home, v.ith very un
satisfactory results to our citizens. For
here they are continually a pest, a
nuisance, a curse and continual expense
to our counf".
Managing by soma means to obtain
li.pior. they make night hideous with their
diabolical yells, their deadly combats, and
bacchanalian orgies. And white men. or
those who claim to be ssxch, often join
them in their deviltry. The srpiaws that
are with them, are almost iuvaribly li-centiou.-ly
disposed, and many of" our
young men. and boys (being enticed) are
morally and physically consum pte 1, and
coritami raited to a degree that is most
frightful to contemplate. While a great
part of the criminal expense in our Courts
is caused by these Indians being in our
Now, dear. sir. we, the County Court of
Clackamas county, appeal to you to know
if there is no mode, of redress, or if we
must calmly submit to these wrongs. It
would be better, far better, were these
Jndians our professed enemies and on the
"war path against us with deadly tomahawk
and scalping knife, than under the guise
of friendship, to be quartered in our
i'.iidst. constantly sapping the very foun
dations of all that tends to promote the
happiness, peace and prosperity of the
Ratiikk M.u.r.. Fast week our town
was thoroughly posted with handbills, an
nouncing that a grand railroad excursion
would be had last Sunday to Du'chtown.
A number of citizens, some from the
country, (about one hundred) had made
O their calculations to participate in this ex
cursion, and bought their tickets. Dut
when the excursion train came alone, it
gave one shriek of the whistle, rang the
bell and passed through town at a very
nice rate, leaving the would be excursion
ists looking wistfully after the train as it
disappeated around the corner. Some
felt a little mad. as wis indicated from
their expressions, and the money for
which they had bought tickets was de
manded in a rather abrupt and positive
manner, which it was thought advi-able
to reiund. A number of the excursionists
on board intended to get off here, but
they were forced to go where they did not
wih to. It was generally prcaotieed a
about S3. had bt en
spent when he was
JxQursmvE.-A friend asks us. v,Wh
has a more damaging influence uoon the
rising generation, Sunday excursions or
Sunday School Concerts, gotten up for
the purpose of receiving contributions, or
ratsmg money? As we have had no band
in either of the above Sunday amuse
ments, we have not taken any interest to
cLiiuj mj im: que&uon, and
pared to state which has
are not pre-
the most de-
IhU it look t i its! fia
latter ia mn?t ...i
loose voutns. when grown up. will be
able to say that if it was right to have
Minday Concerts, there is no harm in
rI-l . . jm I. L 11 .3 t I U W It
Tkm:kanck Meetixu. At a meeting of
the Good Templars, beld at MarshGeld. on
Saturday. July 15. iha following resolution
JResolced. That we deem it inexpedient
to continue the secret work r?f rite Coucty
Lodge of this county, and in place thereof,
recommend that public temperance meet
ings be holden at such times and places as
the District Deputv may annoint. who
shall procure, as far as practicable, public
speakers for such meetings. The Lo.lf-e
then adjourned sine die.
v:-.. ! . .
ooo. oe ury iniormeu mat tne
Oregon City Yfoolen Mill Company have
purchased, this season, nearly oOO.OOO
pounds of wool. This is the largest
amount ever purchased by this Company.
They are building a large storehouse on
the bank of the rivcr4 in the rear of the
factory, for storagcioom.
Die aIopkxweet. We have received the
July number of this most excellent Ladies
Magazine. It is the best publication pre
sented to our lady friends, as the patterns
alone-are worth the subscription pi ice.
besides it contains much valuable and in
teresting reading matter. Subeription
price $ per annum. Address S. T. Tay
lor, Importer of Ladies Fashions, U'j'l
Canal street. New York.
Imi-otnt. Vc c ill attention to the
advertisement of Messrs. Harding & Pot
ter in to-day's paper. They have con
eluded to close business and request all
indebted to pay up. They v.iii after the
20th inst.. keep a (Joed T;-mplurs sa'oou.
where suitable beverages may be had.
The Stea ner S.tccess has .-en placed
in tin; dry dock for repairs. She will be
used for the purpose of improving the
upper river from Saiem to Oorvallis. and
it is anticipated that the Glti.Ui)-) appro
priated by Congress for this purpose, wili
b- MiOioieiH to oi. ice tee river m a navi
gable conuisioii during the entire year to
that place. We hope so.
JIanp D.m.v Oct. Mr. Wills McClure,
employed 5a Mr. G repp's mill, had his
hand caught in a eirc.ilar saw. last Tues
day morning, completely tearing the fle.-h
from the a!m of the hark T'ue injuries
are very painful, yet it rs -e-ed
will not lose, the tu-e ef the h.-nd.
P ::':vt- Si::-;ici-:s:.-i. I. sst .b)nd iy a
parly oi' young men left town to make the
ascension of Mount Hood. On Tuesday
we noiieed Prof. Idobb and family and
! Mrs. o'Xicl. Ali-s MoiUe itolme
: bl-ot liei S beiiioil line tenuis m ,v:!i.r
; way in o j he country for roercauou
! D p.-inies a p lea-no t, irip.
Ai.ti'i;. ThU ncv sieamer is fa--!
ppre " h in r com pde' ion a: id : : i - e. ; eel ed
that sue mil be r-ady for service by the
mid .!! of next m.oith. Work on the new
Lo '.t fcr the upper river is also progress
ing. Fr:;:.Y L;;:. The owneu- oi the ferry
at .iiiv. .inkle, have been improving the
means oi cr..-sing the liver lately, they
havir.g -'retched a new rope across the
river, and made other improvements.
Can't the Street Commissioner do some
thing to clear the filth in the creek on
seventh street. It is not beneficial for
heal t!i to have such a nuisaucein the cen
ter of town.
IJf'XAWAY. Last Monday, a team be
longing to Mr. Johnson, living below
town, rati away and broke up the wagon,
besides breaking one of the horse's legj.
A subscription list has been circulated,
which has been liberally signed by our
citizens, to buy a horse for Mr. Johnson.
having lost one of his horses by a runaway
Xor;t'i:. Persons having copies of the
FxTKuejiisH of July 7th. and have no
further use for them, will confer a favor
on us by sending them to this office.
Ci:owiM:n. The excursion train from
Portland to Dntchtown, last Sunday, was
crowded to its utmost capacity, and many
who wished to go were prevented for
want of room.
Xt:v,r Hay. New hay is commencing to
arrive in town. We have not learned the
ruling price. V"e learn the hay crop in
this county is very good.
Xkv,- S;s;-;wai.ks. New sidewalks
being put down in front of the prop
erty belonging to Mrs. Ilarvcs, oh Main
Xkw P.ai:bi:r Shop. Henry Franz has
moved in his new shop, and has it very
t a s t e f u 1 1 y a r r a n g e d .
rr'::so-AL. Gen. John F.
Salem, was in town yesterday,
looks well and hcetrly.
Lost. See the advertisement in another
column in relation to a lost horse.
Rkfauuxg. The Imperial mills have
been undergoing repairs for the past week.
IIaxs Breituanx is Ecrope; with Twen
tv New Ballads. Bring the "Fifth Strict
f the "Uniting n ;i Ballads;"' By Charles G.
L dand, author of '-Hans Twenty New Poems
by Uin- Ureitmann, describing his travc-U
and experiences all over Europe. Every
Babad in the volume will set von in a roa--as
every tne is fully equal to." if not superi
or to his celebrated work, "Hans Breitmana's
I arty. It is complete in one volume on
tinted paper, with a portrait of "Hans lireP
mauu" on the cover. Price seventvrive
cents a copy. It is published bv T. 1". Pet
erson & Brothers, Philadelphia and is for
sale by all Booksellers, or copies will be
sent to any one, post paid, on receipt bv the
luuAtx oiolj. a man named John
Wilson was arrested last Saturday, at
Portland, charged with stealing the sum
of $53 of Mr. Dad J. He was taken be W
Justice Burns and confessed his -rMt and
was committed to jail to await The next
term of the -Circuit Court. The fellow
went ir-.to the house of Mr. Dadd and took
he money rom a pair of pants hang.nt
a it. He then came up to this place and
oecame very liberal with the Indians
buy.ng them whisky with the stolen
money He w,ll probably be indicted for
this offense also. The rrm, ..n ,
Report The following is the Treas
urers' report of the moneys receive 1 and
expended on account of the -ith July cele
"The following report is respectfully
submitted to the su'escribing citizens of
Oregon City, for the celebration of the
late anniversary of our national inde
pendence, by the undersigned. Treasurer
appointed by the General Committee June
-7th : Received by subscriptions and col
lected uy Air. John Mvets. SO ; A. C
Hallo j. $337 00 ; Col" White. $9 00 ; A
White, SI 50 Total S127 00.
Disfiuisements John Myers. $4150;
ono, i- iemmg. s:i UU ; Printing. 33 00;
Telegraphing. $5 75; Music. Oregon City
Brass Land. $100 00 : J. L. Harlow, for
water. .-J15 00; W. P. Driscoll, for firing
salutes. $31 50; C. Greenman. for team
&c. Liberty Car. $14 00 ; Chas. Holds, for
Arbor, (;o 00 ; Sundries, for Decoration
Committee. So 33; Reception Committee,
paid Cliff House. $7 50 ; Decoration of
Liberty Car. paid A. White. $30 St)
Teaming, paid J. Gates, $3 00 ; Flags. Arc.,
paid Shoenburg. $2 00; G. Grcpe. for
lumber, $G 00 ; Incidental expenses, by '
order of Committee. $20 00 ; Balance
paid Chief Engineer Fire Department, by
Crder of Committee, to assist in purchase
oi are bell. S40 57 Total. S427 00.
Thomas Ch.u'.max. Treasurer.
ine greatest want of the present age is
men and women, healthy and vigorous in
mind and body. The continued head-aches,
weakne-s, nervousness, and varying ail
ments which afflict women are generalh' the
result of imperfect action of the stomach and
other vital organs. Dr. Walkeu's Cat.
ifoi'.xia Vjxeg aii Bittkhs, being composed
entirelv of rofptjil,!' snitwl:inAj inili.nu.n
to California, may be taken with perfect
safety by the most delicate
Ue, and are a sure
remedy fur female complaints, correcting
au wrong action aim giving new vigor to
tne wnoie system.
Arrest that terrible Catarrh, and thus
aviou a consumotive's crave by u-inr Dr.
Sages Catarrh Kenedy. It's not warranted
to cure Consumption when the lumrs are
half consumed, nor make men ltve lorevcr,
nor to make this earth a tdUsfel I'aiadi.-e,
to which Heaven shall be but a side-how.
but the proprietor will pay $"i)0 reward for
a case ot Catarrh which he cannot cu e.
,S"old by druggists, or send sixty cents to Dr.
U. V . 1 icrcc, ljy Seneca street, Bahulo,
I ., and receive it by mad.
Hall's Vegetable Sieillian Hair Kenewer-
the best preparation extant fur restoring
Cray hair to its original color, and iceep its'u.
REAL ' ESTATE DEALER.
OiUte, Mo. CI Fi-ont Sirci't,
RCAL ESTATE in this CITY and
EASf IMliTDAXD. in the most desirable
localities. consi.-tinc: of LOTS, HALF
15 LOCKS aad ilLOCKS, lit) USES and
JMPbOVKi) FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE lor SALE.
PEAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this C1T
and throughout the STATES and TEltUl
TOKIFS, wiihtrieat care and on the most
ADVA M T At : EO L" S T E 11 M S.
liOL'SES and STOUES LEASED.
LOANS NECOTIATED. and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCIUl'l IOXS PKOM PTE Y COL
LECTED. And a Go-end IT N AN CI A L and
AGENCY r.L'SESES.-. transacted.
AGENTS of tins OFFICE in all the
C7TIES and TOWNS in the Si A ilk will re
ceive des:rij,ti,n.s oi KAliM PKOPEUTV
au-.i forward the same to the above address.
'Feb. 3, lsTl.
BEAL ESTATE ASEfiTS,
GIIBGGIJ CITY, : : GREG-0BJ.
EING CONNEC1EI) WITH KEAL
Estate Age:its-d Portland, are prepared
; to attend to the PURCHASE and SALE ot
i HEAD ESTATE in Clackamas and adjoining
count i es.
A TEAM in readiness to convey purchas
ers to and from the premises
Free of Charge.
r ''.J, lei i:tf -
KEAL ESTATE EXOaMSE,
POUTLAND- - - OREGON-
DEALER IN HEAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Leans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and jra mptne.-s.
OFFICE No. 1 1 Cartel's Building, corner
of Alder and Front streets.
Feb. 3, Js7U:tf
MRS. m. E. WHITE,
CLIFF HOUSE, NO. 5, UP STAIRS.
WHILST THANKING THE L A 11 -Y
public, for their most liberal pa' ren
ame in the past, she would most respectfully
invite their attention to her new styles of
FASIIIONAEIJ; II ATS AND BONNETS,
nnw on hand an 1 just received.
Dress-Making done in the very LATEST
April 14, isTl.tf
G R A M M A R SCHOOL.
ALL THE BRANCHES COMPRISING A
CJ- VSSICAL. JIATIIKJIATICA I..
Ami f.'tI3IEKCIAL EDtTATIO.'.
taught. Hours, from Sh a. in., to C p. m.
Applv to S. I?. I'OPK,
nc 2, ls71:tf Principal.
MY WIFE. ISOLA GAX.S, HAYlN-j;
left my bed and board, without just
cause it provocation, the public are liereby
notified uetto trust or harbor her on my ac
coor.nt. as 1 will not be responsible for any
debts of her contracting from and after this
date. HENRY GANS.
O-wego, June 21, 1371.
Savier, LaSoquo & Co.,
on eg ox CITY.
"j-Keep constantly on hand for sale
Midline, Bran and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing feed must furnish the sacks.
Oregon Lodge Xo. a, I. O. of O. F.
.Meets every Thursday even
mg at 7 o'clock, ia Odd Fellow s
Hall, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. s. O.
TO YOUjVG MErY?
TO YOU DELOXG THE FUTURE OF
our beautiful and fast growinir State.
Soon the sbrill whistle of the IRON HOUSE,
as he conies smoking across this great con
tinent, drawing ,fter him the rich products
of the Nation's Wealth and Industry, will
GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's own Sons and Daughters
will be called to fill the new avenues of Busi
ness. Everyone should prepare for an
ACTIVE BUSINESS LIFE.
Great changes have been made in the com
mercial affairs of Oregon in a few voars.
What the developements of our State will be
in the future, is a Question which depends
upon the BUSINESS QUALIFICATIONS
of her Young .Men.
H uhin the past lour yes.f3 or continued
National Budness College,
of Portland, Oregon, has sent out SCORES
of young men fully quali'ied, and many of
whom are now lining tiif;ii and lucrative po-
Stores of our State
So great is the demand
that Business men bare been fr-quently
compelled to send East for as-istauce. Xo
. i: - M,
Mau wno lias
1 wt" uuouyu m-o y,.
studies at this
has complained for want cf a situation and
at trood salary, too.
Every facility is here aflorded acquir-
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
in the shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Every student will have au
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After having c anplctcd the Theory, be is
introduced into a
MINIATURE V.'ORLD OF BUSINESS,
which has the e fleet: of thoroughly familiariz
ing; him with all the nshuitue of reil business.
The course of studv embraces Double and
Single Entry Ilook-kcvping, Cnmnierciab
Arithmetic, Coinmercitd Law, Correspond
ence, imsiness i enuattisn , regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
-ur.enor auvaioagcs ior securing a ttioroagh
knov, -b-.ie. f
ORNA M ENTA L PENM ANSIIIP,
TELEC.RA P iV,
GElt.M AN, ITALIAN. ETC.
For full particular-, crdl at the College Of
fice, in 'aider's bushier, -orn-r of Front
and Alder stre-t -, i . :;?!: i.n Alder) Port
land, Oiegon, or M.aol f o: .la . Address
PORTE ND. ;:;;:.!, 'N.
Merch 31. 1 -7 1 :.v I
n n n v other
JM n t;it - it
m ; 3 t.J.
And for this re lsou : it i- an exaet eonnfer-
ai t id' nc of the !;;os! valuable nied cines
n th world. We refer to the 'Teat Sciter
ring of Germany, to which thousands of
i lie upepiic. li e toio .us. the rheumatic,
and the victims of venal oiseases lesort ;m
nr.ally, and return to faeir houses convales
cent or cured. The Apeii-'uit is one of the
lie t, and by fa- t' e ino.st suceessfd of all
the efforts made to reproduce, ic a portable
foi in, the popular mineral waters ot Eur pc.
See that vou put chase only the genuine ar
ticle. SOLD RY ALL DRUO.OlST.V.
OitKCtox Crrr, Okkoqn.
THISI'OPULAR ilOCSE IIAYfXO P.eon
lately REFITTED and FURNISHED,
the Proprietors are now ready t aoeeommo
date their customers ?'ith H A RD-1T.N ISHED
double or single rooms. They invite all thosa
fond "of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD RED.
to call ar.d give them a trial, for they are
confident they car please everybody, because
they ' know bow to keep a Hotel.'
Prices to suit the times and Everybody,
according to the rooms flecupied.
Attached to the House is a
For the accommnnntlon of esntorrers.
M EE III AM A: FO CRM ER,
Jane 10, 1 87 1 :tf" Proprietors.
SRE&T mmMER TOKI0.
laciaan" Conlinl ICIixIrof C':tliji?yn.
ii-'t a pleasant Cordial which strengthens
and reproves the Digestion, an excellent
preventive of Fevers. Fever and Ague, c,
and a giov Innovator and Tonic for inva
lids und d- id 'ft ited persons. Hkokmax &
Co , New Y-u-k. Sole Manufacturers. Sold
by all Druggi. '-.
bout Tin: i
s'f UP Alln near
( liT"iir . ( '.-. :l . ! .. f -I '
Ariievieah MA lit'.. ei?lit year-oM. a lout
1 t !i anus liiiiii. a. siiiiiil viii'e ' . on
the near iV.re lrot. and too hoof V-taek and white,
no 1 ra .! Is or ot her marks. Any one ri'turnitiir
s u i mare or le.-ivut iutormauc'i of wliere he
may he if-;:) t. ; -h-- posto.ro, in Oregon Ci! v.
will ha Ltj -raih' i w.iraed.
s a m ur:u HA MS DUX.
'y 14, 1S71.
( ! . ! f'ity,
Cn AS. IIOUGE . C2AS. K. C.1LEF. . CEO. V.3XEtL.
HQBGH, CALSF ti Gc,
n c l n i: s ix
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, ANI WIS DOW GLASS,
rARXis-iE, Bitrsnrs. painters
Mitcrins, an- DrvojUl' Sundries.
07 Front Strett,
Blankp. All kind of blank? can bo
had at this offi: J :b Printing of every
description neatly executed, at short
Pacific Boot and Shoe Manufactory!
U-Tlie Only Manufactory of Ladles' anaQE
Gent' FKE SHOES on the Sorthcrn Coast !
Made to Order, on Short
ISTew Styles toeing- jVlacle Daily.
JPACIFIC HOOT Ai IIOICSE,
C0EItTEH PIRST AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND.
JUST OUT---BOX-TOED OXFOUDS and GAITE1JS, and tlie
JETISEI TIE, the "Easiest Fitting Suniinor Shoo Mado.
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
AXD MOULDINGS CT A I r ZES.
TS They will also do TURNING, of evrry
description to order,
With Neatness and DIspatcl
ALL Vt'OR E WA H RAN TED.
Shop on the River, back of Aekerman's
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on hand
PARLOR, BEDROOM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, DURE ACS',
Lounges. Rockiiic ('hairs, Whaini-t'. 1
-t eads, A'e
Sales Room Ia Dr. Thes.-ii;e
Masonic llin.T. Rcili ix;;, :
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EE IS COXSTAXTi.Y ON HANI) AND
lor sale, Cheap for dish,
OFFICE-, SITTING EG OBI,
and IIITCHSrJ FUEniTURI!,
ROCKING CHAIRS, WHATNOTS,
BEDSTEADS, WASIISTANDS, Ac.
Curled Hair and Pulu .Matrasses ; Pulu Pil
lows; Spring Beds ; Window Shades.
Picture Frames, llotddings. Ac.
Speeial attention iriven to Cpiolstfr-
Work in ad its branc dies.
OKT El'.S FILLED WITH rROMPTXI PS.
REPAIRING done with neatness and dis
patch. FURNITURE .MADE TO ORDER,
Call and examine fer yourselves.
J ur.e '2-',, 1 -7 1 ,m3
Aa InfalUblo zii.oos pfniriKsi. possess
ing rare tomc and rnvnE properties
a certain cure for iuiiiliatisj!, cmi,
kel'RALcia, aad all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the Hystein when iin
raired by disease, revives the action of tlie
kid.vets nnd trsiT.iii obcaxs, radi
cally cures scnoFixA. salt mirm
and all tniTiivE o.ii ciiaseous Dis
eases, gives immediate, and permanent relic'
in nvsPEFSiA, EBiswELAS, Tumors.
Boils, Scald Head, fleers and Sores; erad:
cates from the system all traces of ilcrcoria:
It is ptucL-v vECETABir, being mado
from an herb found indigenoua ia Cniirornin.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for uso by
Females and Children, as a bloob -1:211-
FIEIl and HESOVATOIl.
For Sale by all Drug!t3.
R E B t K QNQ K , UQSTETTER CO
AGENTS, C20 and 531 Market Street,
Jacob Stitzci.. Jamks R. UrTcy.
STITSEL & UPTON,
Heal Estate Eroce'rs end General
Agents, Corner of Front and
Washington s tree fx,
XT' "VV ill attend to the sale and purchase
of Ileal Estate in all parts of the City and
Stit e. Special attention given to the sale of
East Portland property.
Address P. O. V.ox -I V2. Portland. Oregon.
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Real 2'tiatr Brokers.
Notice, Wholesale and Retail.
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For a ieiv cents you ;.uv
cf your Grocer or I)r;:gjr:.4 a
l.zck&gG cf SEA MOSS FAEJXr,
made from puro Irish jIos:- cr
Carrageen, vliicli v.'ill make
sixteen quarts oi Blanc jlaiio,
and ii like qttaiitity oi Fu ti
dings, Custards, Creams, Cliar
lotte Eusse, &c. It is ihz
clicapest, healthiest, and most
uciicious food m tlie world. I':,
t t . , i
uiaiccs a splendid Rcsserr, tum
Jias 110 e(llial a light and
delicat.o food for Invalids and
A (Morions Ciiano ! !
THE GREAT Vj'ORLE'8 TOXIC.
'claor of tlto feelJlc asssl dc:;eSi
mtcil, As :i ioz-.lc. mzal ctzxZZ:i2
Tor tine ngrcil assd latigssi, ii
Eas no eqscal kkcs:jj f.CGErs
achlcs. As i remedy ;s ilia
i;prvoiii ve:ziisess to wlsicla
vai:2e:3 arc cspecarsISy Gti'j
jeef, it is si;pei'scfilsa every
oSIecv RSii5EEE!ai?. In nil CIS'
istitfe, trs?peKl, tenz -cra?r,
or frigid, it ncls as isl tiCi"iCii;
in ex-es-y species of disorder
wiiicla KKderissisaes lse fisliiy
strciigSSa asail Sia e:sUs down aSse
asiisiaal spirits. For sjale ly
Ai.g. 2 j, j 5i"o:ly
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
S. AdCEemArl a GO.
TTAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
II hiuck ot
WHICH TilEY or FEU
Cheaper than the Cheapest,
V. 0 wmM eay, come an 1 Cfiivin.-e v nr
ef l.cf .re pn: . h;in;j- rLsewIj?i e. Oi:r stock
consi.-.t.-i iu putt i;f
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
JiOOTS AM) SHOE.-.
II A RDWARF.
and a 'reat main- a'rh'tlcs too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Gla.'s ad Putty.
ALL KINDS OP PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE TOR GOODS.
ALSO, V. OOI. wanted, fir winch we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACKEBMMI & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, ISILtf
RcIjcoc.i Dfgrfe Lodge Xo. 3, 1. O. O. F"
Meet on the Second and Fourth
TUESDA Y EVENINGS.
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited ro
attend. I'v order of . :
A UCTIONAND COMMISSION
A. H. Iiiclisnclsoii9
Corner of Front afitl Oak streets, Portland,
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Merchan
dise and llorses.
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. IJ. IIicnAEDsox, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English ref.nc.l Bar end Bundle Iron
English Square ahd Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G Iron ;
also : O
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
X. D. Richardson-, Auctioneer o
SEW HARD WAKE STORE;
rcKr.T rnor.T & stark sts.
.lOSIIS IS. FOSTER
'X rOCLT) INFORM II IS FORMER PAT
VV rorH at,d the public generally, thai
he is now receiving and offer s for sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock cf
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Sazis, Ro3cs? Shoved,
Anvils 9 Axes, Etc.,
Wbit-b he invites buyers to call and examine
before pureiia-in g el.-ewbere.
Would invite particular attention of btiy
crs of bb rs' Hardware and Jlonse Trim-
inin-s, citiier at Vi 1IOLESALE or RETAIl
Jlay IV,, liTl mo) JOHN R. FOSTER
Is -widely known
as one of the most
ever discovered for
cleansing the sys
tem and purifying
i.ir'iT''lt f stood the test of
YA years, with a con-
utation, based on its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the sysf&tai
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its vo-nderful
cures, many of whic'v are publicly known,
of Scrofula, a:.d ail scrofulous diseases,
"Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of the skin. Tumors, Blotches,
ISoils Pimples, Pustules. Sores. St.
Anthony's I'ire, Kosfe or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Halt lHieiim, Scald
Heart, I?.iii;rvorm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
mid Xiiver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Iropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Xeuralffia, Heart iVisease,
Female Weakness, Debility, and
licucorrhoca, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring. By renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feci better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vigor anil a new lease of
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD RY AJAj DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
. preserving tno
V., hair. It sotdt
or qrc.ii hair
tr V original
K tVJ:, . color, with the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling: hair checked,
Mair V igor,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles arc (de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed ; but such as remain ca be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty5 sedi
ment, it will kep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair o
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Tho
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma-,
tidn of dandruff, whicli is often so un-?
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,o
Practical and Analytical Chemists, ,
Emith & l4Vis, -iiiila.l, AV1.l!i-!b1