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grjjc totckls utsrprts
;oung. Francisco, gave a led
jurntit, - allhiect in the Congregation
nn tbe a""1" '..,.,, on Sunday even-
.j Chrcb' lanre audience, the
iD? If beiV literally pac? .. e were
cbllrch hear this subject handled
no PrepJr in which tbia lady took it
ln ck- proposes breafter to,chiinf tD.e
nn- Sbe p. r ht.r atibiect. ; and . make it
wordpS ;nncc. itistaa of "Temper-
..Total POaiiv the obiect of her
nncc, " . lin-innkincr woman, and
Chfi IS i Lri"- - c
efforts. ; .. . hesitancy and
efforts- w - .. , hesitancy
W1LU v T ,nll
rCT 4e paid a compliment to salo
1 bv saving su -r--
rbar- oms and saloon
,m 0,1 r i thf orivile
and had never
privilege of so doing,
beenreni r reciDient of
been toe recipient
nor bai bu interruDtionby those
.... .HrrhfSt inS
i-j"" . . - i. ...
such places, but
wu"'" I., ,hm the moHt attentive or au-
WHO'" u mra
"'l i-l- .InnniinrPlI n
nrpil nalent medicines
'(!itor9- ';...i lpith. and contended that
L,w ,h verv essence of
tbe base, mm -v -
which being re-
cnf-fi was aituuiM,
" rl would If av(i a conglomerate uita
X offensive to be tolerated tot a moment.
Sweated more freedom for our
ur sons iiv iiwuiv, o
our fishionable, ciose-cunaiu-
and asserted that many a
oii"-ht a saloon, where he
' rould be at ease
rather than be compelled
wear a straight-jacket in his mothers
-ir from which the light of
irVaven was carefully excluded, and thus
snwed the seeds oi uihjuu..... j ..
ion, in such places. Vfith men of coarser
.tamP H is the inteuiion of Mrs oung
,o remain in this Vicinity during the com
ns winter, and at BO.ne future day again
p;y thu city a visit. If this lady will let
.. rj:-!.. !,ina nm confine her-
a KIT ITS ItlOlir
rrlfto the subject of intemperance she
mj do mnch good in Oregon.
Barkers 1'anokama. This Panorama
was exhibited in this city on Saturday and
Monday evenings, and was attended by
fill houses. Some of the views shown
were familiar to many persons in this city,
and were true to nature in every particu
lar Tbe repsenta.tions of the losemite
Valley, the Bridal Vail Waterfall. .Jtonnfs
Hood and Shasta, a view on the Thomp
son river in British Columbia, and the city
of Victoria, were very excellent represen
tations, and displayed a high order of tal
rnt in the sketcher and painter. Alto
gether, the panorama i well worth the
price cf admission, and we recommnd
the proprietor to the patronage of the
people wherever he may go. It is the
intention to take this exhibition to the
Knst. where it will be a f otet ftet.t In
showing up the magnificence of our scen
fry and the extent tf our civilization,
of which among the masses of the East
ern Slates, so little is known.
Jl'stick's Coi.kt. This court has been
! unusually buy this week. Judge Burns
having had no les than five cases, one of
them occupying two d tys. We Rod the
f.jll.iwiug oil the docket'since our fast is-
Stephen B ailev vs Jerry Berry : attach
ment to recover money; compromisel,
'u'n lint paying the costs. . .,
State of Oregon vs Margaret Phoeny ;
tmult and battery: tried twice; juries
filled to agree; dismissed on motion 6F
Pro Wu ting Attorn ey .
, larceny c ie was heard and defend
ant discharged for wait of sufGcient evi
dence. State vs John Allen: assault and bat
tery; fined $25 and costs.
State vs Wm. Conway, Frank Fagin and
DaiiM Walker ; larceny; parties arrested
In Salem; cause postponed until to-day
Mrs. r,u:u Dk Fouce Roriox. This
woman gave a lecture here, on Tritlay
''evening last, on 'Our next Political Prob
lem. Some fifteen or twenty persons
wtre present, but how she solved the
Croblem or whether she solved it or not,
we are not advised. We are, however,
informed that sin speaks with consider
ableorc. Mrs. Duniway. we Understand,
had sorf.ething to say about tin? editor of
thi paper, biit we do not deem it neces
sary to notice her remarks.
LxncExr. On Tuesday last a valise,
Tefolver. and some other articles, were
utolen from John Bnylen. on the west side
rf the river, opposite this place. Three
men were charged with the crime. They
took passagedor Salem on the Albany, on
Wetjnesdaymorning. A warrant was issued
and" officers took the morning train in pur
nit. The suspected parties were overta
ken in Salem, arrested, and returned to
'Ms city on Thursday. Their trial will
le bad to-day.
Tainful Accidknt.- On Tuesday last.
Jimmy Smith, well and favorably known
in this city, met with a very severe acci
dent, while endeavoring to save some
wood from the fire which yet Continues
M the hill northeast of town. ,A, falling
tree struck him before he could get out
"f its reach, and broke one of the Bones
of the fore m ui and dislocated the other.
His many friends will regret to hear of
Wiixamktte Improvements. The large
Fcoop or dredger, for use on the upper
.Willamette, was brought up from Port
land on "Wednesday last. The steamer
Success is having a massive timber in
serted in her bows, in the form of a
bowsprit, trj wt'Uch the dredger will be at
tached, and worked by the machinery 5ti
t?ie boat. $he will start fnr the scene of
her labors by the last of this week, or
first of next.
The DAttov. This boat still continues
to make regular trips to Dayton, though
ehe bas to be hauled over some shallow
places in the Yamhill river. She brings
alight load tb the mouth of the Yamhill,
discharges it. a till retilrns to Dayton, gets
another, and When, she returns, pick3 ip
what she has left there and conies down
the Willamette with a fiill cargo. She
brought down f5 Ions veste'rdav.
The Lonsvn.i.E Concert. This Gift
Concert has not failed, as has been report
ed, but is now under the management of
that enterprising and indefatigable gentle
man. Mr. Chas. II. Peters, who knows no
sii ch word as fail. It will come off on
October 31st 1S71. whether the tickets are
all sold by that time not. Read the ad
vertisement, iri another column.
Too Late. We have recelve'd an inter
communication from a prominent
v.iusen ot tins place, descriptive or a trip
recently ms.de to the coast bv a party of
o-.ir townsmen, hut we regret, our inability
o publish it this week, sis it was handed
ns after the most of our rfiatter had been
P'U in type. We will endeavor to give it
lo our readers next week.
Amoved. Mr. J. U. Ralstnn fearing
Jought out Elkins & Co.. of Lebanon,
''inn county, removed his stock of goods
Jm thin city, on Tuesday last, to that
V n , lbv P,irPse of opening a store.
viV; 8 mily will still remain hi this
tJSl PR-EAM festivat.. The ice cream
for I" t?'Ven on "dnesdav evening last.
i TGt of Good Temnlar Library,
wa largely attended, and proved a com
P'"e access, realizing $R0 fi'
nivICI4!ntD"TWe nolict thai WH known
r,I Aa?cncan? " Indian Jim," ou our
Fire. At noon on Sunday last, the cry
of "fire ' was heard at the tipper end of
town, an alarm was rtmgj and the Fire
Department proceeded up . tbe street as
far as the Woolen Factory, when it ttas
discovered that the fire was in a dwelling
house on the hill, some half a mile dis
tant. The firemen, being unable to use
meir nose, logemer witn a number of
volunteers, immediately, repajre.il .to the
scene, to render such assistance as
possible. Upon reaching the summit of
the cliff it was found, that the house on th
Old Canemah road. knoWn as the "V,t
Kinley House' was completely enveloped
in flames. It was occupied by , a Woman
by the name of Phoeny. who, with a few
uju sucueeueu in removing some
articles of cldthin and bedding from the
miming building, but almost all the ef
fects of the occupant were cnnmmpj
Nothing whatever could be done to save
tne House, as it was very old. bavins- heen
built some time in the "40"s. and burned
like tinder. The flames snread to th
woods and no doubt Would have ma.le
Bdu uaoc wiiii me larmers in the rear of
i i . ..... . . .
tne town. Had not the citizens used everv
endeavor to confine them within a small
circuit. Later in ihe day a fbed near, the
burnt district wa3 found to be on fire, but
as it was of no value, it ,wns allowed in
burn aown. It is finnossible to crir. t
origin of the fire. yet'Vagiie Stlnicions are
expressed that it was "set bv. some party,
but whether there is the sliVhteSt e-i-mmri
lor this supposition or not we are unable
to say. 1 he occupant, we learn, is not a
paragon of virtue and temperance, and is
sometimes addicted to slight imbibitions
of the ''creature."
Oceax Steamers. Theidaho will sail
for Portland from San Francisco to-dav.
Geo S. W l ight is up for Sitka on Fri
The Stepuens sailed for San Francisco
lhe Constantine arrived on Wednesdav.
She leaves for San Francisco this evening.
Protest. JSlse where in this issue we
publish a card from several land owners
along the Tualatin fiver, protesting
against the use of the waters of that
stream for a canal to Sucker Lake. Thev
will prosecute by law any one interrupt
ing the natural flow of the Tualatin.
Lecture. A -Fifteen t ti
a lecture in
of Utopian blackness gave
this city on hrtaay evening.
to demonstrate the fact thr.t a ' nig-
ger" was a "nigger.
(1 lit! , itK )i 1 J i
of African VuTrsua-
slon' He was a complete success.
The Canai, and Locks. We had intend
ed to pay u visit to these works this week
and give them an extended noiict;. but
were prevented by unt'orseen circum
stances. Ve are informed that eishtv six
men are now employed, and the work is
Being pushed forward with vigor.
assal i.i unrir.g me e.cuenieni ai ine
scene of the fire on. Sunday last. Mrs
Phoeny br came incensed at a man pres
ent and struck him with a rock, injuring
him quite severely. She was arrested,
tried twice juries Jailed to agree), and
. I.. T . . I . ..
T?..r BoTs. We werl; surprised to see so
much boisterous and unruly conduct
among the boys at the Panorama Exhibi
tion on Saturday evening hst. Tneir
ill-timed stamping r;eca$e so tumultuous
was compelled to command
Dr. Pii.kixoton. We call attention to
the card of Dr. John J5. Pilkington, in an
other column. The Doctor comes among
us with the best of references, and we
cheerfully recon'Siftend him to those having
afflictions of lhe eye. ear, throat or lungs.
Fire in tiif Woods. For some days fire
has been raging in the woods around this
city. We hear of the destruction of a
large amount of cordwood. and a bridge
on the road leading to Horse Haven. The
atmosphere is filled with smoke.
Assault and BArrKuv. A man named
John Atlen w;s arrested in this city on
Wednesday last, charged with kicking a
little son ot the widow Bulow. He was
t'rieil before Justice Burns, and fined $25
. Destroyed by Fire. We learn that the
resilience of Mr. Harmon, some seven
tniles east of this city, was burned on
Tuesday last. It is supposed to have
caught from a defective stovepipe.
YImhili.ians. The Y.unhill farmers
are deserving of much praise for their in
dustry In getting their griin early to
market,. They an; already shipping large
quantities to this place.
Indisposed. Mr. J. A. Selhvood. Prin
cipal of the Oregon City Gramrner School,
was unwell during the week, and was
compelled to dismiss school on Wednes
day and Thursday.
To bk Painted. The proprietor of Bar
ker's Panorama informs us that, before
going East he proposes to paint a view
of the Willamette Falls, and add it to his
Sudden Deatu. We are informed that
Mr. Phoeny. formerly of this city, but re
cently employed ori the railroad south of
here, died suddenly on Sunday last.
Sickness. There seems to be consider
able sickness in this ciy at. present. It is
not of a serious cftara'cter. however; noth
ing but a little shaking.
Jitcr-AiRED. The large boiler of the
Woolen Mills, which was recently sent to
Porijand for repairs, was brought up on
the Alert on Tuesday last.
Son.v Water. Mr. Wilhoit. of the Wil
hoit Soda Springs: has laid us under obli
gations for a quantity of soda water from
those crystal fountains.
Blackberries. Mr. Kent kindly re
membered us. on Friday evening at. by
leaving at our residence a basket of lus
For Ai kany. the Sit 6 Ply was dis
patched this morning for Aibanv with a
large cargo of general merchandise.
The Nathan Troupe will visit this placo
on its return from Salem next week.
A "New Departure.' J tie New York
D ij-B'k1c. of ibe 5th inst.. speaking of its
reduction of the rat of subscription says:
The D ty-BooJc has assumed the popular
platform of -the journal for the million."
Standing squarely on the broad and sotuiil
basis of White Supremacy. ' with
White Government only" inscribed on its
banner, the D ii Boofc battles iri tbe future,
as it has battled in lhe past, for the De
mocracy of Jefferson. Jackson arid Buch
anan, aud we are gratified fo say the
great misses .ire with it's. The D pj-Book
has '-departed" from fhe old financial ba
sis Crf two dollars a year, to the new and
popular platform of -o?i dollar a year in
clubs." and the responses of the people,
those who. regardless of -party .' believe
in the Suprem icy of the White Man, are
coming from all parts of the country, with
the force and volume of almost a tornado.
The endorsements of our bold advocacy
of a -pure Democracy,"
Come as the winds come when forests arc rended.
Come aa the waves conrewhen navies are stranded.
Helmbold win's the great Saratoga race.
Willamette Lodge No.' 15 I. O. T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooixs
S.E. corner of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting memben are invited to
u't?u-l. Py ordr cf "W. C T.
is reported ill at Bq&o
IJoLje ralley Cattla are becominV
They are having the intermittent fever
Beriah Brown is goiDg to Seattle to edit
Tbe Walla Walla steam fire engiue has
Another addition of sixty-five acres has
been made to Tacoma.
Thermometer at Walla Walla last week
stood 90 in the shade.
Jerry Van Vleet. an estimable citizen of
Vancover, died la3t Friday.
Seth Catlin.of Monlicello. tvas drowned
recntly, while on bis way to Texas:
Crops irt Boise Valley are short. The
yield wilt hot tiXceed half tue average.
The territorial Fair of Washington Tor
ritory will commence September 20lh.
The lumber trade on the Sound is very
brisk, most of the mills running day ana
David Darling's residence on Drv Creek.
with everything it contained, was burned
on the 17th.
The Fall Races over the Boise City
course will commence October lth and
continue five daj3.
Two excellent high grade sehonls one
fox bovs one one for girls are to be
opened in Olympia.
Eighty bushels cf Norway cata to the
acre are said to, nave oeen rnwea mis
year on Fidalgo Island.
The insane of Washington Territory
have been removed from Mo.nt'ccllo to
their new quarters at Steilacoom.
It is asserted that Judge ifrcFudden will
be the next Democratic candidate for del
egate to Congre3 from Washington Terri
One thousand men ore now employed
on the N. P. II. II.. anil more can Unci
work bv makinsr ann!ication to J. B.
TO THE PIBL5C
WttisUKAS, Certain persons, styluig them
selves the ' Tualatin River Navigation and
Manufacturing Company," are offering Mock
f r s.ih' under a priposition to take the 'a
ter of the tualatin river through a cannl to
the waters of Sin ker Lake we herebv mtify
all concerned thai we own l.mds bordering
on the Tualatin river, above and below
where the Water is thi catered to be taken
out, an 1 propo-e to inaiiituiti o tr rights as
riparian owners and prevent by law ail per
sons trom obstructing or diminishing the nat
ural flow of water in the Tualatin river.
Jamks M. Moore, JoskpS A. Fields,
Thomas Fielps, J.' H SrtAW,
James 1). Miller. J. D. Rorbixs.
Oregon Citv'. Aug '25, 1871.
ynforenate.wretches undergoing the cruel
diath called breaking at the wheel," finally
receive a pitying blow upon the stomach,
which ends their pain. J. very portion ot
the be iv is In close sympathy wi h the stom
aeh.Hit l when that" is wrong r.othing is
right. Headache, languor, pa:ns in the bick
and luins, palpitation of the heart, nervous
ness, and many other troubles arise from a
deranged condition of the tonnch, which
is the hardest worker in the world, next to
the heait. Dr. Walkkr' California Vine
gar Hitters will surely and speedily correct
all dis JrdeFs bl' the stomach, liver, kidneys,
and all other vital organs.
Gray hair may be mu.Ie to take on its
yovithitil color a el beauty by the use of
Hall's Vegetable Sicilia i Hair R. n. wer, the
best pre para, ion f r t lie hair known to tbe
science of medicine and chemistry.
Debility n ntl Kmai-intln.
Both result from lack of ability to convert
the fjod into nutriment. IIo-.v necessary,
then, for those suffering from these alarming
i-ystoms to immediately resort to a remedy
that will strengthen the stomach and digest
ive organs. For, as so n as this desirable
object has been accomplished the health im
proves, and the patient resum'es his usual
personal appearance. IIostetter' StOT:ir.ch
liitters have attained a world-wide populari
ty in such cas'?s, and have been proven the
best and safest means of removing constipa
tion, toning the stomach, giving cntrgy tc
the liver, and relieving every symptom of
nervousness and depression of i-pint. Its
cheering a :d beneficial eilVcts are highly
spoken of by thousands, who owe to it their
restoration to health. Xo restorative in the
annals of medicine has attained the same
popularity in the shor' space of time it bas
been before the pub'jC, o.;4 hls won the high
eudor.-.cteefits 'accorded to t,his.cxctlltnt ton
ic. Many other preparation purporting
to be correctives and restoratives, have been
introduced, and have perished one by one.
while the popularity of Hostetter's Stommh
Bitters continues to increase, and is now re
cognized as a standard household medicine.
The success whie.li attends the use of the
Bitters evinces at once its virtues in all
cases of debility and disease of the stonuich.
Certificate-, almost without r umber, have
been published, attesting its truly miracu
lous power in removing those painful and
fearful disease--. And at this time it seems
idle to do more than c;dl attention to the
great remedy ot the age. in orrler to awaken
public attention to its xcellence. It is the
only preparation Cf.the kind that is reliable
in ail eases, ana u is tiu-reiore wormy oi tne
consideration of the afflicted. ,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Office, . 2o. GA Front Street,
fdnfLAND, - - - OREGON.
REAL FSTATE in this. CITY and
EAST PORTLAND, in the most desirable
localities, consisting of LoTS, . HALF
BLOCKS and BLOCKS, lltJCSM and
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable
uncultivated LANDS, located in ALL parts
of the STATE for SALE.
REAL ESTATE and other Property
purchased for Correspondents, in this CITY
and ihroughout the STATES and TERRI
TORIES, with great eare and on the most
ADVANTAGEOUS TER. MS.
HOUSES nnd STORES LEASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DESCRIPTION'S PROMPTLY COL
LECTED. And a Genera! FINANCIAL and
AGENCY BUSINESS transacted.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the
CITIES and TOWNS in the S I ATE, will re
ceive descriptions of FARM PROPERTY
anajforward the same to the above address.
Feb. 3, 1371.
Oregon LtKlgc No. 3, I. O. or O. F.
Meets everv Thursday even
ing at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
Hall, Main s eet.
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. jv. O.
Mnltnomah Lolse So. l. A w ,, .1
A. M. -Holds ifs iWufar com'mnVu pa
ctions on the First and Third Jit,,r.
aay in eacn motrtnii 7 n dock from
the 20th of heptember to the 20th of I
Marco, aim , o ciock irom the 2tth of
March to the 2oth ot September. Breth
rea in good sUodtag are invited to attend,
ptc ':.I7! Ryorercf W. M.
- out of the County Court rf tdre State of Ore
gron, for the county of Clacfcatnas, to me directed,
in favor of Jacott Boehiii, plaintilt, an4 against
Patrick Riley, defendant, for the sum of three
hundred dollars, (300, with interest at the rate of
ten per tent per annum, from the first day of
May, I87l. and the further sum of fortyiftmr
dollars and fifty-five cents, $44 55, co&js, and for
want of sutficie'nt personal property, 1 Have, on
this 13th day of Auiruat. l87l.levidiipot! the fol
lowing described property, situated in Clacka
mas county, state of Oregon5 to wik- eem? a part
of the land claim known and designated upon
the plats and surveys of the United States as
- . . . ' - . i n -
v-jinu o. oi, in townsmp J boui.ii, rausB i east
of the Willamette 31-jx-idian, beiiiliing at a point
iourteen chains End tvrentv hnks, 14 2U-100,
south, and twenty-two chains'. 22, west from the
point cf intersection with the cast boundary of
Claim No. 51, in township 3 scutli, range 2 east of
tne lllamette Meridian, and the' line oetween
sections 5 and 3 .cf the afoi wtitl township ami
ran.'c; thersce south 3K15 eastj -twelve chain and
fifty-nine links, 12 69-100; thnoe south 62.3(3 west,
seventeeu chains and twenty-six links, 17 26100:
thence north 1U.13 cast, eighteen chains and sixty
eiht links. IS 08-100; thence north G2.30 east, four
cuains and ten lmks, 4 10-100, to the place ot be
ginnings contnirsin;' fifteen acres f nd ninety-hun-
ureaths, more or less, and on SATL llDAi , the
16th day of SEPTEMBER. 1871. at 13 o'clock.
m., at the Court luse door, in Oregon City, in
said county, t will uroSjcd. to sell the sa2ie to
the highest bidder to batiafr said execution, costs
j - ..
auu accruing costs. . -
Sheriff of Clackamas county, Oregon.
Oregon City, August 12, 1871. au18w4
NO. 5, UP STAIRS.
TTUILST THANKING THE
L A I) Y
VV public for their most liberal
ae in the p ist, she w.tuld most respectfully
invite their attention to her new styles of
FASHIONABLE II TS AND BONNETS,
now on hand and just received. ' ' '
Dvess Making done iu the very LATEST
April 14, lS71.tr
TTXERCISES INr THIS
X-i will be lesumed on
Monday-, 14th Bnst.
HOURS, "FrtO.M sBi a.
Auyust 11. lS71.-f
m.. .TO 3 p. m.
rpO YOU BELONG
JL our beautiful anil
THE FUTURE OF
fast prowinsr Stute.
Soon the shrill whisile of th s I RON HORSE,
us he cO:t;es t inoking across this strer.t con
tinent, drawing alter him the rich products
of the Nation s eal'.h and Industry, will
"GOOD TIME COMING,"
when Oregon's cvn Sons and Daughters
will be c.illed to till the new avenuea f Busi
ness. Everyone should prepare for an
(ireat changes have been made in the com
mercial affairs of Oregon in a few vt-ars.
What t!ie devclopements .f our State will be
in the future, is a questiori which depends
upon the iJU.i.t.-s yuAUt ii;Aiiu.a
ii her Younir Men.
Within the past four years of continued
National Butiness College
of I'ortland, Oregon, lias sent out SCORES
of yuuaj men fully quilified, and many of
whom ;tre now tilliriLr hieh and Ittcraiive po-
It ions in the B.tnks. Counting-Rooms and
Stores of our State. So gre.it is the demand
that Business men have been frequently
compelled to send East tor us islam e. No
enterprising, studi uts Young Man. who has
passed through the prescribed course of
studies at this
has complained for want of
l situation and
at god salary, too.
Every facility is here auorded to acquir
SOUND BUSINESS EDUCATION
lit tire shortest possible time, and at
THE LEAST EXPENSE.
Ev,:ry student will have an
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE !
After h.tving c mp?eted the Theory, he is
introduced itity ii .
MINIATURE WORLD OF BUSINESS,
which luig the efieet of thoroughly familiariz
ing liirri with all the minutiae ot real business.
Tiie course of study embraces I) uble and
Single Eitry Uook-Ket-;;ng, Commercial
Ai i-ii'velie;., Cummercial L :(w, Carre? pond
. nee. liu-iuess I'emnatish p, regular and
special Lectures, etc., etc , combining theory
Superior advantages for securing a thorough
FRENCH. SPANISH. ,
GERMAN.; ITALIAN. ETC.
For full particulars, call :i .the College Of
fice, irt Carter's ba lding, corner of Front
and Alder streets (entrance on Abler) Port
laud, Oregon, or send f ;r cicala . Address
DeFRANCE &, JASTES,
Mcrch 31. lS71:yl
C. W. POPE & CQ.j
STOVES, TIN PLATE
lERs' -;OPPE.f. Li
PICE A N i ' Vl'il
SIiEE T in.f)N, HR
A!) I'IPE. IR N
BRASS AND IRON
A'so a general cssoi tment of Ilous
Tin, Copper, and Sheet
ROOFING AND . ORBING OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STOKE
HARDWARE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND TINWARE. LANTERNS,
LAMPS AND OIL. LUCIXE ANLT
.NIGHT LAMPS. A.LSO
All of the aboe articles are fcr sale at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. AV. POPE & CO. .
U:ly Oregon City Oregon.
BOUT THE 1ST OF APRIL, near
il. Oregon City, a thorouq;h-brxl
American MARE, eipht years eld, abcut
l f hsinfls hi?rh. a small w'hite s.tripe on
no brands or other marks. Any one rcturmn?
the near fore toot, and the noor ois.es ana w niie.
said mare or leaving information of where she
mav be found, at the postoffico, in Oregon City,
rill be liberally rewarded.
CrM ri'y. .Tt,tr U. 171.
Pacific Boot and
The Only Maimfadory of Ladies' and
Gent' FIXE SB0ES On
Macte t6 'Order Oil Short Notice, Wholesale and Retail,
New Stvles "being Made Daily
PACIFIC BOOT AiVli Sli6l3 KtoVSE,
PROTZIAM, 'CILLIHAN Sl CO ,
COMER TI&ST AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND.
JUST OUT-BOX-TOED OXFOKDS and GAITERS, and the
JERSEY TIE, the Easiest
JuV H, lS71:tf
WILLI AIM SirCE&
FOR THE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH) BUHOS AHD BGORS,
AD M0tTI.tINGS '(Fl i ZES.
K3- They will also do TURNING, of rverv
lescrintiou to order,
all Work Warranted.
Shop on the River, back of Ackcrmatl'3
Store, Oregon City, Oregon.
Constantly on hand
PARLOR, BEDROOM, OFFICE,
KITCHEN, and SITTING
ROOM FURNITURE, BUREAUS,
Lounges, Rocking Chairs, Whatnots, Bed
Sules Room In Dr. Thessiog's Brick, Main
Masonic Hull Buildinc,
Cur. Fourth & Main Sis,
IEEPS CONSTANTLY ON IIAND'AND
lor sale, Chf-aj for Cash,
OFFICE, SITnfG- RlDOKT,
&nd KITCHEN FURNITURE,
i - 1
ROCKING CHAINS, WHATNOTS,
BEDSTEADS, WASIISTANDS, Ac.
Curled Hainand Pulu Mntmsscs; Pulu Pil-
iCwjv.F'TiUir uecw , ttinnw r.naaes.
. Picture Frames, Mouldings. Ac. -Special
attention'-tjiven to Upholsterv
Work in all its bram hes.
OUOEHS FILLED WITH PROMPTNFS3.
REPAIRING done with neatness and dis
patch. , .. .
l' URN'TURE MADE TO OROER.
Call and examine fur yourselves.
June 2:, 1371, m3
JUST RECEIVED AT
DRY GOODS. .
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HARDWARE. GROCERIES, .
CROCKERY. NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, .OREGON CITY.
WANT IS I,
'"'A AAA l-OUXDS OF WOOL, for
pVUUl which I will pay the highest
. . .'.. A" . .
rUOnUCE of ailkin ls boiuht, for which I
pa)' the highest market price.
If ynji desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
c ill at L SELLING'S., and examine his fresh
stock of Spr.ng Goods. .
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv M .tto is. QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 11, I871:tf
chas. Borioa. .cn.vs. e.calkf. .gko.w.snbll.
HODGE, CALEF k Co;,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARNISHES, BRUSHES. PAINTERS
Material , ana urvggitt'' Sundritt.
7 Front Street,
C5. Po'riland. Oregon.
AOEXTS FOR THE ESTEHPRISE.
The following persons af-e authorized to
act as agents for the.EsBERPaiSE :
. J. M. Baltimore. Portland. Oregon.
Thomas Boyce, San Francisco;
L. P. Fisher,. . .
Hudson & Menet.4l Park Row.New York
Geo. P. Rowel! & Co., 40 Park Row, N ew
ork. - . .
Abbott t Co.. No. 82 A 94 asau street,
New York. '
llpdsojVSIenef A Co.. Chicago. Illinois
Coe W etheril! & Co., GOT Chestnut street,
Blanks. All kind- of blanks can be
had at this office Job Printing of every
dwcrip'.ioa neatly executed, at Bbort
rrij.- u.- ,ra
Shoe Manufactory !
the IorlltWh Coast 1
Fitting Summer Shoe Made.
For a few cents you crib luy
cf your Grocer or Druggist a
lactase of SEA MOSS tfAiUNE,
made from pure If isli Moss, or
Carrageen, which will make
vsijetcen quarts of Blanc Hange,
and a like quantity of Tud
dings, Custards, Creams, Char
lotte Russe, &c. . It is the
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in the vrorid. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Chanrre ! J
THE GREAT W ORLD'S TOXIC.
TIi is "wosiderfial vegetable
rc5tortire is Jlie slscct-si&s-clior
of tlae feeble and clciEa
taictl. rA :i fossic :u:cl cc-diial
for the aged asid lasagaiudl, it
Eias no equal nmoiig k.Joebs
ncltics. A a.t'cmedj' for filuc
ties'v-oiis wcxaSiEiess to wEsiicU
women are especially sjs'j
jeet, it is supcrsediiig every
oilier stimulant. In all. Cis
matcs, tropical, tcrapca-ale,
or Trigid, it act1 nq-a-specific
in every species of -dfsos'der
wliicli itcidersnSaic.? the l;odily
strcngtli and breaks down tlae
animal . spirits. For sale ly
A .. I , i6o:l k-
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
SLACKER MAN & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A BARGE
SPRIXG & SUjIHER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
We would say, come apd . convince your
self befi ire purchasing elsewhere. Our "stock
consists in part of
, - - t
FANCY AND STAPI.E.DRY COOT'S,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, r
and a grcat many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Window, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODtJCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO. AVOOIi wanted, for which wc pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
ACKERMAN & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, lS71:tf
Rebecca Degree Lodge IVo. 2, I. O. O. F
Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of tne Ocgree are invited To
8tteD.j. tY N. J.
" j -
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. B. KiclaurcSsoii,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland
Of Real Estate. Groceries, GetieralMerchun -.
diae and Horses, '
Every JPednesday and Saturday f,
A. B. RicHRDsoNj Auctioneer
AT P rtlVATE SALE.
English refined liar and Bntidle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cant steel
Horne shoes; Files, Rasps, fiawa;
ScrettB, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. O. Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
iVEW HARDWARE STORE,
CORSET FRONT & STARK STS.,
x r 0 U L D I N F OR ii . n t FORMER PAT
V V io:ia and th-; public generally, that
he ix now receiving anil oll'ttafor sale, at the
lowest rates, a full stock of
Table and Pocket -Chilcrj;
Nails, Ropes, ShoveSs,
Anvils, Axetjf Etc.,
Thicli he invites buyers to call and examine
before purchasing ehewhere.
Wouhl ipvite particular attention of buy
ers of Ladders' Ilnrdware and House Tiim
niiiiK. either at WHOLESALE or RETAIL.
May 2t!,lS71:m3 JOHN R. FOSTER.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
CMU Fever, Remittent Fever, Duml?
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &c
and indeed all the affections wnich arise
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatio
No one remedy i3 louder
called for by the necessities of
the American people tbau A
euro and eafe cure for Fever
and Ague. Sucll we are now
enabled to Offer, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate
the disease, nd with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise
from its use in any quantity. -
That which protects from or prevents this di
order must be of jjnmen.se service in the com
munities vhere it prevails. Prevention is better
than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which
he must run in violent attacks of this baleful dis
temper. This "Cure" expels the miasmatic
poison of Fever and Ague from the system,
and prevents the developmf nt of the iisease. if
taken on the first approach of its premvmitory
symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever
yet discovered for this class of complaints, but
also the cheapest. The large quantity we sup
ply for a dollar brings it within the reach of
everybodv; and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Ague prevails, everybody should
have it, and 11-50 it freely, both for cure and pro
tection. It is hoped this price will place it within
the reach of. nil the poor as well as the rich.
A gTeat superioiity ot this roneQy over any
other ever discovered for the fpeedy and certain
cure of Intermittenta is, that it contains no Qui
nine or mineral ; consequently it produces no
quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon,
the constitution. Those cured by it are left as
healthy as if they had never had the disease.'
Fever and. Ague, is not alone the conseqwenco
of the miasmatio poison. A great variety of dis
orders arise, from its irritation, among which,
are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache
Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen,
Hysteric, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis,
and derangement of the Stomach, all of which,
when originating hi this cause,- put on the in
termittent type, or become periodical. This
"Cltre" expels the poison from the blood, end
consequently cures them all alike. It Is an in
valuable protection to immigrants and persons
travelling or temporarily residing in the mala
rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily
while exposed to the infection, that.will be ex
creted from the sj-stem, and cannot accumulate
in sufficient quantity to ripen into-,, disease.
Hence it is even more valuable for protection
than cure; and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittents if they avail themselves of the protec
tion this remedy affords. .-
For lAver Vomplniitts, arising txom torpid
itvof the Liver,, it is an excellent remedy ,rStim
ulating the Liver into healthy activity, and pro
ducing many truly remarkable cures, wtero
other medicines fail.
r-REPAr.EP by. .
Dr. J. C. AYER&CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists, .
AND SOLD ALL ROUND TnE WORLDi.
PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE.
?) IT A T7?
Everv vear increases the popularity
of this valuable Hair Preparation;
which is due to merit alone. We can
assure our old patrons that it is kept
fully up to its high standard; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep-
aration ior restoring jtkay uic xAUh.u
Hair to its youthful color, making it
soft, lustrous, and silken. . The scalp
by its use, becomes white nnd clean
It removes all eruptions and dandruff,
and, by its. tonic properties, prevents
the hair from falling out, as it stimu
lates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, the hair grows thicker and
sttciiger. In baldness, it restores the
capillary glands to their normal vigor
and will create a new growth, except
in extreme old age. It is tho most
economical Hair Dressing ever used,
as it requires fewer applications, and
gives. the hair a splendid, glossy ap
pearance; A. A. Hayes, aLD btato
Assayed of Massachusetts, jay " Tho
constituents are pure, and carefullv
selected for excellent quality;, and I
consider it the Best 1'kepakatiost
for its intended purposes. . , .
Sold by all Drujjistt, and Dealers in Medicines.
Prioo One Dollar.
FOR TLTE WHISKERS.
As our Renewer in many cases re
quires too long a time, and too much
care, to restore gray or faded Whisk
ers, we have prepared this dye, in one
preparation; which will quickly and,
effectually accomplish this result. . It
is easily, applied, and produces a col5r
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.;
Smi-U & On ig - - -. iiul-!
. . tJ for Orf pt.
C0URT3SY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,