O O O o o o 0 o (!) o 0 o o, O O o CD G O o 0 0 o O THEY DIDX'T THINK. BT PECEBS CART. . Once a trap was bated With a piece of cheese; It tickled so a little mcuse It almost made him sneeze ; An old rat said: "There's daDger- Be careful where you gol ' " Nonsense," said the other, G "I don't think, you know ! " So he walked in boldly Nobody in sight; .First he took a nibble, Tten he took a bite ; iCb.se the trap together Snapped as quick as wink, Cacthing mousey fast there, 'Cause he didn't think. Once a little turkey, Fond of her own way, Wo ildu't ask the old ones Where to go or stray ISbe said: " I'm not a ba y, Here I am h;iIf-giovn ; Surtly I am big enough To run about alone! " Off she went, but somebody, Hiding, saw her pass; Soon, like snow, her feathers Covered all the grass. So she made a supper' For a sly young mink. 'Cause she was .s- headstrong That she wouldn't think. Once there was a robin L:ved outside the door, Who wanted to gi inside An hop upon the ll 'or. " Oh. no," said the mother, " You must stay witti me ; Little liir ls are safest Sitting in a tree." I don't '-are," said the robin, And gave his tail a fling, "I don't think the old folks Know quite everything.'' Down he flew, and ki:ty seized him Before he had time to blink. Oli !" he cried, I'm sorry, But I dida't think." Now. my little children Wmo read this -ong, Don' you see what trouble Comes of thinking wrong? And can't you take a warning From their dreadful fate, Who began their thinking When it was too late? Don't think there's always safety Where no danger shows ; Don't suppose you know more Tiian anybody knows ; But wlien you're warned of ruin. Pause upon the brink, And don't go miller headlong 'Cause you didn't think. Death Among Politicians. The New York correspondent of the Rochester Democrat writes: Q The recent death of Vstllandigham calls to my attention the remarkable exception which it forms to that of other departed political leaders. It is indeed worthy of ioticefthat this class of me;i have lhed to un old age. or to its near approach, and tht,ttiey have seldom been removed by violence. On this account Mr. Vallaudig ham's case attracts particular notice. His death and that of Peter Cagger are among the rare instances of the death of political loaders by accident. The death f A. P. Upshur. Secretary of the Navy. xy the bursting of the big gnu aboard the Princeton, in 1813. is the nearest parallel: but he was not a political leader. The Revolutionary patriot of Massachusetts. James Ods. who made Fanetiil Hall ring with his eloquence died by a stroke uf lightning. Lincoln was slain by an assus sin. and was the only one of our Presi diunits who died by viokmce. To these ta iv be added (he inferior name ot His- O cock, whose, faie. while a member of the Consiitittioual UonveiiUuii. is liesh in the memory of our readers. Webster, while in Albany in 1815. whs on the point of taking passage for New York in the steam er bwaliow. wtiicti was wrecked near Hudson, and had he done so he; might h ive been am mg t he victims. Among tiie short-lived politic-. tus the most distin guished was llujrii S. Leg.ire, the briirht. star of Tyler's Cabin;!, who died at U.s ton in 1842, He was only 4G. and bad served as United States Attorney for less than two vears. but had won eminence in that time. Of our statesman. Clay reach ed the age or io: Jackson. 8: Calhoun t'8; Webster 70; Joint Quiney Adams. 81; Buchanan. 79; Van Biuvn 81, I'avlor. 4 ; Gas, 82 .M irey wis 71. ami Elwar. Lverett ti; - s i.ri Benton was 7b and. l em.irk so: . '.Wber. Calhoun. Ca-s and i.iuen vTi- b O il the S.i 17HZ. Going 1 tetf ; m of . John Adams s iw t ;s !!- . u' ite ear li-r date. J I'll -i SOU r u i i i ( i ' .J li i v . .... ll trr j;i r A' .and .")(;. i ; il. wti.cii was si i il; in Jus ancestors, tor i.'i' 12 at l li." time of his deuth. 'Uiher. Jon tlhau Edwards .M.ll:-0" i i V" t !() 1 O. J. (Oil .1 1 v t i ir. li.'iirv i. tL. We thus i v.v t cis. eiij!v an exist- . i -if n i-r-ig tii 1 1 ! ! a. t i j su n ai -u 1 1 e i-.t: an.trjj letn'V tlo.i. !v 1; !-i;ul i i ill s i:i' ficej nowr iootu was Nominated. A cor IT respondent of .he Napa Reporter, relates . I A I . me i. mowing little story, illustrative of how the -God and morality ages matters : party" man- A lew mys before Convention was heUl tue Radical Slate a ire ll 1 l.'in :i il from iapa county was on a visit to Lower . T C --- - " " " L.ah.e. aim among others he met a dele gate to the Republican Convention. The question was asKeu who they v,-ould nom inate ror trovernor. whereupon the dele . r . . . i . g;itw strongly avowed nis intention of voting lor Selby. and expressed his be lter that he was the strongest and best man in the State. In two or three hours anerwarus. tnese two oetng still in com- ?any. were joined bv a distinguished gentleman from Sau Francisco, who trawl ed hither I r the purpose ot giving the delegates three hundred dollars to vote for Booth in the Convention. The dele gate did not hesitate a moment when the latter had announced bis mission, but Kiii'-' i j luun inn-fa iwenues signed a pledgedo vote for Booth, in the presence ot Mr. . ot Napa. This, I doubt not. is the way by which many votes are obtained, and ts a lair specimen ot Radi cal electioneering. Who will say Mr. Booth is not the clinic of the people. E aWtkhs. Attkxtiox ! One of the odd est questions ever submitted to lawyers is now puzzling those ot Hartford (Conn.) It seems that a man who recently died tfcere left a widow, chadless, but expect ing shortly to become a mfrtber. By his will he provided that if the expected child should prove to be a boy. two-tbirds of the property should go to huirandoiie third to the widowed mother. If, bow et-er: the child proved to be a girl, only one-third 'of the estate was to go to her. and two-thirds to the mother. The result, oi course, was awaited with aa interest even greater than that usually bestowed upon such events. 1 he result is the wid ow has become the mother of twins a boy and a girl. Pcoiuaria Capt. Jack Monroe, a San F rancisco Democrat, had a set-to " with JHOJUl Jr Jackbtrattman, in the Bay City, nays asro. p0i lima tpno tk. ... few a th. tW,...;v, - IUC vause, an nd dog in fhelghU 3 -MJOr Wa3 the lP- - As intelligent sovereign of African an tecedents dropped a letter for New Yo, k into the box. then loiter .T i .J. Postoffice for some hourV 'onlv an answer, ab." ' nl watm for . -. - . -.V r - l- FORBES & WAIT, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, OREGON CITY, OREGON. TOEING CONNECTED WITH REAL SING CONNEC Estate Agents of Portland, are prepared tend to the PURCHASE and SALE of to attend to the PURCHASE and isAL.ru oi REAL ESTATE in Clackamas and adjoining counties. A TEAM in readiness to convey purchas ers to and from the premises Free of Charge. May 26, i87i:tf REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, PORTLAND, - - OREGON- GEO. JL. CURRY, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER INVESTMENTS- Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over flowed Lands. Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained for all kinds of landed property. Valuab'e securities transferred in exchauge for real estate. Loans negotiated on property, and titles examined and determined. Commissions solicited and executed with fidelity and promptness. OFFICE No. 14 Carter's Building, corner of Alder and Front streets. Feb. 3, WO:tf Jacob Stitzel. James B. Uptox. STITZEL & UPTON, Real Estate Brokers and General Agents, Corner of Front and Washington streets, PORTLAND, OREGON. Will attend to the sale and purchase of Real Estate in all parts of the City and State. Special attention given to the sale of Last Portland property. Address P. 0. Box 4t2, Portland. Oregon STITZEL & UPTON, 9tf. Heal Estate Brokers. J .R. RALSTOW, CIS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND. CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS OREGON CITY, OREGON.j WHERE HE WOULD INVITE HIS friends, and the public in general, to call and examine his stock, consisting ot a general assortment of Dry Cwoocls, Clotliiiag-, ISoots si sad 81toes, Msiis siiiit Caps, Hardware. Croclccry, Groceries &;c. 33? Having tronc many years experienc learned that TIIE SECRET OF SUCCESS LIES IN SMAIL PROFITS IS DETER.U.ED TO OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL Sdence the Cry of Portland Prices! Oregon City, August 2Sth, 1SJ0. 8150,000 GOLD COIN PREMIUM WILL BE AWARDED TO THE SEASOX TIC il UOLUEIIS-Sa OS THE 4th Day of Sept., 1871. IS -1. ' T !E COSMOPOLITAN Sooietv ol ('aiiforn a. BENEVOLENT will liohl their N.'tfinrl hair at the Broad Street Theater, Nevada Citv California, in aid of and for tlie followin cljar.tab'e purposes : 1st, Public Schools of Neva a Co. 2d, Public Libr Nevada City 3d, Orphan A&yhim, Kevada County - 4. F a D - : nunt, N d IOOjOOO season tickets of admission WILL BE SOLD AT f 2 50 each, Gold Coin. ALL PREMIUMS WILL BE DEPOSITED in the Bank of Nevada County. PREMIUMS : 1 Premium gold coin . $25,000 1 Premium gold coin 15,000 1 Premium gold coin 10,000 1 Premium gold coin 5,009 1 Premium gold coin 4,000 1 Premium gold coin 3,0o0 1 Premiunn gold coin 3,000 1 Premium potd coin . 2,490 1 Premium gold coin 2,000 15 Premiums gold coin $1000 each 15,000 5 Premiums gold coin, $500 each 2.500 8 Pr miums gold coin $300 each. 2,400 25 Premiums gold coin each $250. 6,250 IOj Premiums gold coin $100 each, 10K)0 100 Premiums gold CTnn $50 each.' 5000 auo rremmms gold com ?J0 each. . 6,000 500 Premiums gold coin $25 each.. 12500 1043 Premiums gold coin $20 each. . 20,860 200o Gold Coin Premiums $150,000 BUSINESS MANAGERS. A. . POTTER, A. H. IIAGAD0RN, J. CORWELL LEE. Uood responsible Agents wanted. Liberal Commissions allowed. Money should be sent by Express, or by uitto. on miy solvent usnK. Address all communications to C. B. SOCIETY. Nevada Citv, California. A. LEVY, Agent, Or. goa City. td TO STOCK DROYERS. HPHE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE 1 Mountains, knewn as the "Old Emigrant Road," is now in eomplete order for the ac commodation of the traveling public. The bridaes on the road have all been thoroughly repaired, and stock drovers will hare no trouble in crossing the mountains by this route. There isr pieritv m good eras? and water on this route, and the distance aCros is orlv 50 miles, being the shortest as well as the" best road across- the Cascades. Stock drovers and emigrants will fihd it to their advantage to travel over this road. Tolls reasonable. JOSEPH YOUNG, President. ClackamasCounty.June 16, lSTI;tf A VOID QUACKS. A victim of early in discretion, causing nervons debihtT, premature decav, &c , having tried in vain everv advertised remedy.has a simple means . z- i - i . -li i e .. , . - oi sen-cure, wuicu n 'ii .-con ncc 10 ms fellow-suflerers. Address J.H. TUTTLE, 73 Nassau St., rew xors. Jb.n. 13:8m GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES AT 33. L. STOjSTE'S, IVo. 107 Front Street, Portland, Oregon. WALTHAM WATCHES, GOLD CHAINS AND RINGS, CLOCKS, OROIDE WATBHES AND CHAINS, FINE JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. .All at IISTew York Prices. SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES. EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED. Watches and Jewelry repaired. juOtf 1847. 1871 . New Goods ! New Goods ! R. CAUF1ELD BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM TE PUBLIC that he has refitted the old stand, corner Main and Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and has received an entire new stock of goods, con sisting of DRY G0ODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, JVOODFNIVARE, and a general assortment of everything in our line. Thankful tor past favors, westil solicit a share of the ublic patronage. Country Produce taken in exchange fo goods. 43:lY JfEW WAGON AXD Carriage Manufactory I The undersigned, having increased the di mensions of his premises, at the old stand Corner of Main and Third streets, Oregon City OregOD. Takes this method to inform his old pat rons, ana as many new ones as may De pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with ample room, good materials, and the ver3 best ot mechanics, to build anew, recon struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all complete any sort ol a vehicle trom a com mon cart to a concord coach, try me. Blacksmithing, Horse or Ox shoeing, and general jobbing neatly, quickly and cheap ly done. DAVID SMITH. Opposite Excelsior iiarKet LINCOLNJJAKERY. BAILEY & HARDING, Successors of L. Diller in the Lincoln Bakery, B1 EG LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITI- zens of Orecron City and surrounding country, that thev keep constantly on baud and for sale, all kinds of BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES. PASTRY, CANDIES AND NUTS. Also, a good and general assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES. Orders promptly filled, and goods deli ver tsl nt tht. rpvir pnpp lit thf Tinrrl ui tne purcnaser wnen desired. The highest prices paid f ir Butter, Eggs and V efretabh'S. A liberal share of public patronage is i spectfully solicited. Annl 23. 1370:ly Patronize Home Industry. THE PIONEER CURLED HAIR MANUFACTORY IS NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE market w.th a No. 1 article of Curled Hair for Upholstery work, which will com pare w ith any imported article In quality or price. 1 p:iv the highest price for Manes and Tails of Horses and Tails of Cows at my store, corner trout anu tsumnn streets. D. METZtiER, Portland. Oregon JOIIX MYERS, OREGON CITY", OREGON, RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE, I also keep constantly on hand SALEM CASSI MERES, FLANNELS TWEEDS AND BLANKETS, Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and will take wool in exchange. J3fI will also pav the highest prices for Butter. Eggs, and all kinds of good country produce. I will sell as low as any house in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good merchantable produce. JUS" uive me a call and satisfy yourselves DEER SKINSWAMTED. CASH PAID FOR COUNTY ORDERS JOHN MYERS. Jan. 13,1571. tf JOHN II. SCHRAM. Manufacturer and Dealer in SADDLES, HARNESS, etc., etc.. Main St'-et, Oregon City, tiWisbe! .represent that he is now as well prepared to furnish nnv ortiio t,; i: as th.e largest establishment in the State. He M.tu,u.riy requests that an examination of his stock be made before buying elsewhere. STEERS & HINDEy Wholesale Dealers In FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC .Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, Eiu No. 49, Frost Street, Portlaxd, Oregon Constantly on hand a genuine article ot C uter Yv iskv. COURTESY OF BANCROFT TTKTTUtTPQTTV P f, T TTPOP o THE PEOPLES' Transpo tat on Company WILL DISPATCn THEIR STEAMERS FROM OREGON. CITY AS FOLLOWS FOR, PORTLAND : On Monday, ednesday and Friday, at o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 1 o'clock P. M. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week, F0K Salem, Albany, Corvallis and Harrisburg. AND ON MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY roa Day ton and Lafayette. FARE. Oregon City to Salem $1 00 Albany 1 50 " Corvallis 2 00 For information of Freight call at Office on r. T. Co. uock. A. A. McCULLY, President. July 21, 1861 :lf THE GREAT Aa Infallible m.oon nniFiEn, possess ing rare tomc and servi.ve properties a certain euro for biiei'matism, gout. MxnAi.cn, and all kindred Diseases. It completely restores the system when im paired hy disease, revives the action of tha kidi:ys and cEMTAL oncAiS, radi cally cures s(iih i.a, salt iuieim and all nii puvi; and cutaeous Dis eases, gives immediate and permanent relief in dyspepsia, erysipelas, Tumors. Boils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi cates from the systora all traces of Mercuria". Disease, It is r critEL-v vegetable, being made from an herb found indigenous in California. It is therefore peculiarly suitable for use by Females and Children, as a bloou peri. FIEIl and RENOVATOR. For Sale by all Druggiits. REBtNQTON, HOSTETTER & C, AGENTS. - 520 and. 531 Market Street, San Francisco. ct 201y KINKEAD'S SAGE BRUSH HAIR TONIC, AND CURE FOR BALDNESS. THE BEST TONIC DRESSING FOR THE HAIR EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. For Sale at tlie July 28, I871:tf Dnis Stores. GREAT SUMMER TONIC. liegeman's Cordial Elixir of Calisnya Bark, a pleasant Cordial which strengthens and improves the Digestion, an excellent preventive of Fevers, Fever and Ague, &c, and a great Renovator and Tonic lor inva lids and debilitated persons. Hegemax & Co., New York, Sole Manufacturers. Sold by all Druggists. GRAMMAR SCHOOL. ALL THE BRANCHES CO PRISI A THOROUGH EXGLrlSII, CLASSICAL., MATHEMATICAL., And COMMERCIAL. EDUCATION. taught. Hours, from S a. m., to 3 p. m. Applv to S. 1. POPE, no 2, 1871:tf Principal. JMPERIAL MILLS. Savier, LaRocjTie & Co., OREGON CITY. 3t-Keep constantly on hand foi sale Midlings, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties purchasing feed must furnish the sacks. A. NOLTNER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE Orecra City, Jan.; 13:tf .v ; ' ,. ;, LIBRARY, MT & a. H.McDONALD&CO., WITOLiISSA .12 BUGGISTS cal., 'i:i the cttent on or L'eaiers to their largo assort lent of "Kewlv Arrived" Goods, composed y .jart of the following articles, togpther uitii evrry thinir kept in a well supplied WHOLE. FR'Esn DTtros, Patent MumciXES, Tkussks & STPPOKTEE3 Esskntial Oils, Kerosene Oil. ! TtI.TEX'S Pp.epahat'xs I T" I? T ' i : i T UTfc SrwnntT...' Shakkh Hekbb, PilNTSASD Oirs, "vThich -we offer at the lowest Cash Prices, and are determined not to be undersold. p.. n. Mcdonald &. co., sajt feakcieco, cAl FOR SAXE. OUR DRUG BUSINESS located in San Fracisco, Cal. After our best wishes, and expressing our thanks for the liberal pat ronage we have received for more than twentv-one years, during which period we have been steadily engaged in the Drug big ness in California, we beg to say in conse quence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters, now spread over the United States and countries far beyond, we are necessitated to devote our entire tinr.e to said business. We are the Oldest Drug firm on the Pacific Coast and the only one, continous under the same proprietors since 1S49, 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 profitabte business with advantages never before offered. Fo particulars enquire of ii. ii. Mcdonald & co., R. II. McDonald, I Wholesale Druggists, J. C. Spencer. j San Erancico. Cal. N. B. Until a sale is made we shall con tinue our importations and keep a large stock of fresh goods constantly on hand, and sell at prices to defy competition. The Great Medical Discovery! Dr. WALKER' S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS, ia Hundreds of Thousands ?f f"" Bear testimony to their "Wonder- o p? C o c I. C 3 iui uurative jnecis. a g S WHAT AKc IHtYV O r3 CP 2 TIIEY ARE NOT A VILE 2 ' h o r- i d.1 r r i- I M IS c r M V Y U tt I H K,! Made of Pool Rum, Whiskey, Yroui Spirits and Refuse Liquors doctored, spiced and sweetened to please the taste, called " Ton irs"" Annntizers." " Restorers." tc. that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots and Herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They arc the ORE AT IJL.OOD PURIFIER and LIFE tSIVIXU PRIN CIPLE a perfect Renovator andlnvigorator of the 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 Inflnmmutory anil Chronic Rheu matism and Clout, Dyspepsia or Indi eestiou, Bilious, Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, these Bit ters have been most successful. Such Dis eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which. 13 generally produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs. DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION. Headache. Tain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tight ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad taste ia the Month Bilious At tacks, Talpitation of thclleart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the off springs of Dyspepsia. They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate 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, EruptionsTetter, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules. Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, nuraors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system in it ehort time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the most incredulous of their curative effects. 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 the health of the system will follow. PIN, TA PE and other WORMS, lurking In the system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed and removed. For full directions, read carefully the circular around each bottle. J.WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD & CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco, Cal,, and S2 and Si Commerce Street. New Tork. SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEES. Feb. 1 1 : 1 y CLIFX HC USE, MAIN STREET, Okegox Citt. Oregon, rpiIIS POPULAR HOUSE HAVING Rcen X lately REFITTED ami FURNISHED, the Proprietors are now ready t aoccommo date their customers with H A 11D-FIN LSHED double or s-iniile rooms. Thev invite all thosa fond of a GOOD MEAL and a GOOD BED. to call and give them a trial, for they are confident they car piease everybody, because they know how to keep a Hotel. Prices to suit the times and Evertbodt, according to the rooms occupied. Attached to the House is a BATH ItOO For the accommodation of csutomer-. MERRIA ,i & F0URMKR, June 16. 1S71 :tf Proprietors. RESTAUR -A LEONDeLOUEY, Prop'r, LA TE OF TIIE CLIFF HOUSE MUX STREET, OREGON CITY, OREGON. HHHE UNDERSIGNED T! V,. ---j rpsv spectfully announces to his l irienas ana tne ii ave'in? public, that he has re-onened the nl.nv named Restaurant. The proprietor knows how to serve his csutomers with Oystp.s, Pi's Feet, a trood cup of Coffee or a SQUARE ME L Oregon City, Jan. 27, lS71:tf OREGON CITY BREWERY ! HUMBEL, & STEGE, Having purchased the ahove Brewery wish es tomform the public that he is now prepar ed to manufacture a No. 1 qimlity of LAGER JJEJH. As pod as can be obtained anywhere in the btale. Orders solicited and prompUy fillsd. a tl III III III yip 0 COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. Front Street. PORTLAND'OREGO Zicber & Holton Prbpr's. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RE furnished and re fitted the above named iiotel, will henceforth conducted on the EUROPEAN STYLE. Eooms can be had by the Day, Week ur iitonm. A RESTAURANT in th Tln.wo iitW he management of PIERRE.M AJS'CIET, late of the Lafayette. Uwinor to its location and constructien, it is the most desirable Hotel in the City, and we intend keeping it A3 it ought to be KEPT. Free Coacli anil Uaggage A a gon to and from tlie Ilotel. ZIEBER & HOLTON", Proprietors. Office of tlie Oregon ami California Oct. 2ltf. Stace Comuanv s IIADES SALOON. G. A. HAAS, Proprietor. MAIN STREET Oregon City. O Best BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON Have been introduced, anfl the Proprietor in vites the attention of the lovers of this popular amusement to them. THE BAR IS SUPPLIED With all the choicest qualities of Liquors and Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadj famous Whiskies and Punch. Also STAFFORDSHIRE STONE V.L3E! 0 DRAUGHT. xW Families supplied. J. BUCHTEL'S ' NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS, No. 91 First Street, (Second door south of his old stand), Portland, Oregon. AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL work in my line in a superior manner, with all the latest improvements in the art. Nothing but firstclass work done at my new and magnificent rooms, at low prices. AMINE SPECIMENS Expiration of Copartnership by Limitation. THE TERMS OF COPARTNERSHIP Ex isting between A. H. Bell and E. A. Parker, under the firm name of Bell & Park er, Oregon City, Oregon, having expired by reason of limitation, A. H. Bell assumes the liabilities of said firm, and will continue the business as formerly, with an incressed and more complete assortment. E. A. Parker, having engaged his assistance in the Drug Stove, when he can be absent from the duties of his farm, will be pleased to meet and serve I is old customers ad friends in his new occupation, and as the hooks of the firm of BelUt Parker must of necessity. be closed up, those indebted will please c-all upon L. A. Parker, at the old stand. We desire to express gratitude and many thanks to our friends lor their liberal patronage. A. II. BELL, E. A. PARKER. May 1, 1S71. In continuing the Drug business at the old stand of Bell k Parker, I shall consult the best interests of customers and mvself by purchasing goo6s of the finest quality, and selling the same at a very small advance, hoping thereby to have the continued favor of former friends and patrons, and to make many new and permanent customers. Respectfully, A. H. BELL. May 11, !S71:m3 Sew ibb jr Msicltinesi The FLORENCE is the best Sewing Ma chine tor Family use, because it so seldom gets out of Order. If there is one in Ore gon not working well, if informed of it. I will fix it without expense of any kind to the owner. SAMUEL IIIJLE, 19 Montgomery St., South Grand Hotel Building, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA SEXI) FOR CIRCULARS. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVEnY PLACE. March 31, 1871:ml0 Sects and Creeds differ, bnt there are no dissenters from the general principle, that a great medicine is a great blessinir. VV e have manv of those blessings but among them all, m the province to which it belongs' no greater than ' Tarrant's Eflerve scent Seltzer Aperient. A column would not suffice to enumerate the ailments for which it is prescribed by phvsi cians of the highest standing. Itdoc'not belong to the clas derisively termed patent medicines bat is an art cle ha-ed n .cien tific analysis and will stand the test of the sharpest and most rigid medical criticiemns a catharatic, a stomachic, anti-febr le pre paration, and an admirable rem.dv for all bilious complaints. Let ihcre be n mis take. Secure t lie gen u ine art iele only. SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS. July 28; lm. PRIVATE MEDICAL AID Quick Cures and Moderate ri. Dr. W-KDoherty's Private Sletllcal & Surgical Intltu. No. 51? ! Sacramento Street, corner Leidesdorft, (a lew doors Mow in muai vueer rionse.) (Private entrance cn Leidesdorff street Established Expressly to A Herd the AfH b bound and bcientihc Medical Aid in .! Treatment and Cure of all Private I Chronic Diseases, Cases of Secrecy and s Sexual Disorders. aF- To the Afflicted. DR. W. K. D0HERTY returns h;0 thanks to hin numerous patients forth paiiuun, - lone nils 'PPOrtllhi to remina them that ne continues to cons X at his Institute for the cure of chrnHo tive and Genito-Urinary Organs, 'and ai private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all' its w; and stages, Seminal Weakne:-s and all th horrid consequences of self-abuse. GonorV hcea, Glc et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Dinf nal Emissions Sexual Debility, Diseases of the Back and Loins, inflammation of Z Bladder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he Wes that his long experience and successful prar tice will continue to insure him a sharer public patronage. By the practice of mar, years in Europe and the United State )Ju enabled to apply the most efficient Bn'd sue ccssful remedies against diseases of all kirich He uses no mercury, charges moderate tr his patients in a correct and honorable W and has references of unquestionable veraci ty from men of known respectability SJ high standing in society. All parties con sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re ceive the best and gentlest tieatme jt a implicit secrecy. To Females. When a female is in tronV.lo nr ffi;-i - ... ""iitieQQ n uu um-nsc, aa nrMic5 VI Hie DacK gnd limbs, pain in the head, dinmesf of sipl.t loss of muscular power, palpitation ofMiJ heart, irritability, nervousness, extreme nr inary difficulties, derangement of digestive functions, general debility, vaginitis, all dis. eases of the womb, hysteria, steiility and all other diseases peculiar to females, sheshnuld go or write at once to the celebrated female doctor, W. K. DOIIFRTV, at hisMedical ID. stitute, and consult him about her troubles and diseases. The Doctor is effecting more cures than any other physician in the State of California. Let no false delicacy prevent you, but apply immediately and save ycnrself from painful sufferings and premature death. All married ladies, whose delicate health or other circumstances prevent an increase in their families should write or call at I)R W K. DOIIERTY'S Medical Institute, and they will receive every possible relief and l;elp The Doctor's, offices xire sn arrange d that L can be consulted without fear of observation. To Correspondents. Patients residing ia any part of theftate however distant, who may desire the opinion and advice of DR.DOI1ERTY in their resc. tive cases, and who think proper to sui mit t written statement of such, in p re ft-rr nee to holding a personal interview, are respectful ly assured that their communications willle held sacred and confidential. If the case bt full' and candidly described, personal crm munication will tip unnecessary, as instruc tions for diet, regimen and the general treat ment of trie ca-e itself (including the reme dies), will be forwarded without delay, and in such a manner as to convf y no ideaof the purport of the letter or parcel. Consultation by letter or otherwise, FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed oruopaj. Sperm at orrliora.. DR. DOIIERTV has just published an im portant pamphlet, emb"dying his own view? and experiences in relation to Impotence or Virility ; being a Short Treaties on Sperma torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous and Physical Debility consequent on. tins aflcc tion, and other diseases of the Sexual Orpntis This little work contains information of the utmost value to all, whether married orsicfle and will be sent FREE by mail on receitof six cents. in postage stamps for return post age. Address. YV. iv. DUllhKi Y. 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