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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1871)
Spirits of Ammonia A Useful Arti
cle for Many Domestic Purposes-
Few liouso keepers are aware of
the uses of Spirits of Ammonia for
many , domestic occasion It is
cheap, easily attainable and saves
a deal of labor in some cases.
For taking grease spots from
fine fabrics rub the spirits of am
monia on it nearly pure and then
apply a bit of white blotting paper
and iron it slightly.
To wash laces put 15 to 20 drops
in a quart or more of hot suds,
and the operation will be quick
To clean silver, put two tea
spoonsful of ammonia in a quartet
hot suds, and use a nail brush.
To wash paint, put a tablespoon
ful of ammonia in a quart of hot
soapsuds and rub oil" the paint with
the suds on a ilannel rag. Very
little rubbing docs the work.
To clean hair brushes, put a tea
spoonful of ammonia to a pint of
water, and dip in the brushes re
peatedly, throwing the water out
with a jerk. All the dandruff and
grease will wash out. Then put
the brush in the air to dry.
To clean a mirror, moisten a rag
with a few drops of ammonia -and
wipe off the glass. All dirt or
grease disappears before it.
A refreshing bath lor the face is
had by adding a few drops of am
monia to the basin of water. And
likewise for cleansing the hair, am
monia may be used in the same
Likewise it is a good remedy for
headache when properly taken, of
which however, the family physi
cian is the best adviser.
In buying, ask for spirits of
ammonia and not for hartshorn,
am! when you get. a pint bottle
from the druggist get a good cork
at the same time, and have the
bottle plainly labelled. Banner
TaX-StIvVLING FFIOM THK SICK.
Ex-Sj.ori.il Commissioner Wells,
says : The ovenimrnt, to all in
tents and purposes, lias in addi
tion to all its other business, be
come a partner in the Hour of
brimstone, alum, refined borax
and codlivcr oil trade. It rur.s
thu establishments of three or
four manufacturers of these ar
ticles at a yearly expense to
people of $500,000 ; whereby
irovernment ains $1 7.0G"-3."
Voices of the nii;ht l-abies.
Not amiss A pretty widow.
rr The mother country Mormon
A crying sin Taking the babies
to the play.
If you cannot do as j'ou wish,
do as well as you can.
f.The Pacific Mails," -Quiet husbands.-)
Wliaf do ccreat liars do when
o they die ? They lie still.
Eiht colored lawyers have just
been admitted to the Washington
What does a grocer do with all
his things before he sells? Gives
them a weight.
Vhci may a man be said to be
really over head and ears in debt?
When he hasn't paid for his wig.
The wound of conscience never
ocicatrizes. Time may cool it with
his wing but he keeps it open with
Striped snakes are now protect
ed by the Michigan farmers as the
only "critters that will eat potato
bugs with a relish."
The want alike of the medical
student and young journalists a
subject ; only one wants a dead
one a rift the other a "live" one.
The greater the difficulty, the
more glory there is in surmounting
it. Skillful pilots gain their repu
tation from storms and tempests.
A person who undertakes to
ctiiise himself by scandalizing oth
ers, might just as well sit down on
a wheelbarrow and undertake to
The harsh, hard world neither
sees, nor tries to see, men's hearts;
but wherever there is the oppor
tunity of evil, suppose that evil
Great efforts from great motives
are tl best definition of a happy
life. The easiest labor is a burden
to him who has no motives for per
A New York school teacher is
accused o beinr drunk, because
lie reads from the Bible: "And the
cock wept thrice, and Peter went
out and crew bitterly."
"People," says a modem philo
sopher, " go according to their
brains; if tltese lie in their head,
they study; if in their belly, they
eat; if in their IkvIs, they darce."
0 It is the highest duty, privilege,
and pleasure tor great men to earn
what they possess, to work their
own way through life, to be the
architects of their own fortunes.
A tradesman in Ohio City ap
jends to his advertisement: "Min
isters ot the gospel supplied with
goods at cost, if they agree to
mention the fact to their comirerxa
An Irishman fanning against a
lamp post as a tuueral procession
was passing by, was asked who
was dead. "I can't exactly say,
sir, but I presume it is the gentle
man in the cotiln.
It is not work that kills men it
is worry. Work is wholesome
you can hardly put more work up
on a man than he can bear. Wor
ry is rust upon the blade. It is not
revolution that destroys the ma
chinery, but the friction.
S 1, o oo, o o o.
BY authority of a special Act f the Leg
islature of Keutucky, of March 3Isrt,
ls l, the Trustees ot the Public Library of
Kentucky will give
A GRAND GIFT CONCERT
At Louisville, Ky,,
Oa Tuesday, October 31.s 1871.
Under the direction of the best Musical Tal
ent that au hi procured.
100,000 Tickets of Admission.
.? 10 Each, in Currencv ; Half Tickets. 3 ;
Quarter Tickets, S2 50.
Each Ticket will consist of four quirters,
value, $2 oO each. The holder is entitled
to admission to the Concert, and to the
amount of gi't awarded to it or its frac
tion. Tickets lumber from I to loO.OUO.
Tine Citizens Hank of Kentucky
is Treasurer and Depository.
AH moneys arising from the -a!e of Tickets
will he dtpo-i'ed with the Citizens' 13. ink,
.subject only to the order i f the Pnsideut
a:,d Treasurer of the Library, countersigned
by the Business Manager.
"During the Conceit ihe sum of
S550,000 9 CURRENCY
will be distributed by lot to the holders of
Tickets in ihe following
CHS- SL JsO'JES Stasis
ONE GRAND G I FT F ei0,O00
One Grand ( lift of. .
One (lift of
One Gift f
One (J: ft ol
One Girt of
One Giit f
One Gilt of
One Gift of
1 5 ,oi 0
1 -',0 i0
1 1 ,000
K ,0 0
14, 4i .0
One Gift of
One G tt or
One Gift of
One Git of
On - Gift of
Oi.e Gift of
One Gift of
One (Ji;t of
Oue Gilt r f
One Gift of
One Gift of
Ten Gifts of l,ou each
Fifteen Gifts of S'.iou e:ich
Iv.hteen Gift of S0o-ach
l'wenty Gifts of sT 'o each
l'ueutv live Giits of Joo each..
Iwentv Gilts of sfo eac'i
Forty-five Citts ot ,3X each.,
Forty Gif;s ot eacli
-i-lfj Gifts of $100 each
Alter pam; the expense of the enterprise
:nd 10 iki ig the di-tribution of the gifts, the
o.dan.-e o, the pn cei ds arising; from the
s;i e 1O tickets will he appropriated to the
establishment of a
Free Library in Louisville,
TO Bli CALLED THE
Public Library of Kentucky
The concert and distribution will take tlace
under the immediate supervision of the
trustees named in the act of incorporation.
The Tiustees will be assisted by well
known and eminent citizens of Kentucky,
w'no have con-eoted to be present at the con
cert, and to superintend the drawing and dis
tribution of gilts.
The holders of ticke's to which s13 are
;iv,iii!eil wi'l be paid on presentation of them
or their fraction at the office in Louisville,
the second day alter drawing and every bus
iness tby 1'nrs.ix months thereafter, and may
be .ent direct or through any Ban !c or Ex
pres Company for collection. All nrder
acc.'iiip.niied by Drafts, I'ostolTice Money
Orders, or Ureenbai-ks, will be piompth- at
te ;ded t i and Tickets returned by mail, reg
istered or expressed, as de-ired.
Tickets ai e like greenbacks good only to
Bayers will mte that there are onlv On"
llu .drvd Thousand Ticket, instead of Two
Doodled Timusand, as 01 the San Francisco
(iit Concert, and that there is 6" ,OOt
more distribute?!. I sold tlit and made the
award in four months, and paid $tSS,oo() to
ticket holders from November 2d to loth,
1 S7o. and tin neil over 12,000 to the Secie
tary due tickets not pie ented.
It will be paiticula lv not, red that it is
matter of impossibility for anyone to know
what numbers draw gifts, as it is not known
what the gift of any number drawn from
t'ie first wi.eel will lie, until the sealed box.
with amount, of the gift plxiulv printed, is
taken f urn the ' ther wheel and opened in
lull view of the auda ncc; theref r t!ie larg
er gifts may not come out till towards the
last, or in the middle of the drawing. The
1 00,000 gift i the San Francisco it Con
cert, under th management d' C. It. I e ers,
was the 2 it 1 number dan, an ! was
awaided and paid to a "nitleman in New
Z-i-'" The numb'-rs and Gifts are drawn by
blind children, from S to 11 years ot nge.
The d awing will be extensively published
ami p u lie- idering lick- ts wi'l have 1 ri.' t
C i lifts s t hem. Pa: tie- ooiuing Cub
ami des ling in a matioa. will do seaddies
II Tickets for 100; 'S Ti kits
r.G Tlckc ts for S.t)0 ; II
Tickets for $1,0;J.
The undersigned, late principal Business
Manager of ihe vei y su -cessfol M -rcantile
Liiir.i y ( i U (.' oicei t at San rr.meisco. has
iifi'n anpoin ed A sent and M.migeri.f Ihe
t'i'"i Co cert in aid of the Public Lib aryo!
The drawing will take place in public, and
everything w.'i oe done to sit'-iv" Olivers o.
tic:;eis ih.it their interes s will be as wed
protected as if they pers;riuliy superi.itenJ
ed the enti'C a Hair.
JIAWEIl OP DRVWtXO.
There will be two glass wheels. One
wheel will contain 1oo,h numbers, pl.iinlv
pr uied on leather tags. The other wheel
will i-onta'n ?J1 boxe-", each containing a
gi.t. One t i.cr or nnrn'oer wi'l be drawn
liom the SI oo.oot) wheel, and the firt box
d awn from the second or 7J 1 b x wheel will
remain a gift, neatly printed aud sealed up.
and the gil t so drawn Irom the sec md
heel will be the gilt of the tug firt drawn,
whe her $100, $1,000, or $100,000, as an
nounced. ll,3.Vl Tickets Disposed of In July.
To insure ticket hnlders, the public is as
sured thai if oid.- -JV'oo tickets are sold,
only 2.,i o0 tickets gi in the large wheel,
the 72! gif s a waded, but diminished pro
uta. In .-use uO.i'iU) tickets onlv arp nt,l
only number 1 t oO.ooil go in'tlie large
wheel, and the 721 gifts, diminished one
halt, and in case only ts.,0o0 tickers are sold,
the entire 721 gifts "will be paid in lull it
be ng intended uo unsold tickets shall par
The Manager has already piid into the
Citizens' Bank 532,500 towards defraying
the .-xpenses, and does not depend on sales
of tickets to pay Ids expenses of Priming,
Adver, ising, etc. The Public is invited to
the utmost s -rutiny as to the reliability of
the entire affair.
Persons de.-orous of acting as agents for
the -ale of aar tiokets in any city of the
United States or Canadas, address "
Chas. R. Peters,
Manager, Louisville, Kentucky.
Office : 120 Main Street, Johnson's Block.
R. T. DURRETT, President; W. N.
IIALDE.MAN, Vice President; M. W.CLUS
KY, Secretary ; CITIZENS' BANK, Treas
urer. Money received from sale of tickets in Cal
ifornia, Oregon and Nevada, will be deposit
ed with Wells. Fargo & Co., Virginia City,
to await the drawing.
M. A. FRENCH,
General Agent, Virginia City, Nevada,
Who wiil supply tickets and fnru-sh infor
mation. " aug2-j-.ml
ssmmmmmwkiwimrr .sr ,
Ifi PRICES ;pggpaggl
33. L. STOjOTE'S,
Mo. 107 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
OROIDE WATBIIES AND CIIAIXRy
.All at jSTew York Prices.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL EYES.
EVERX ARTICLE WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED OR MONET REFUNDED.
Watches and Jewelry repaired. JttOtf
New Goods ! New Goods !
II. CAU FIELD
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM TE P U I3LIC
that he has refitted the old. stand, corner
Main and Seventh Sts., Oregon City, and has
received an entire new stock of goods, con
DHY GOODS, GROCERIES,
CR O CKER Y, G LA S S I YA R E,
and a general assortment of everything in
our line. Thankful lor past favors, we siil
solicit a. share of the iiOlic patronage.
Country 1'roduce bikeuiu txchang fo
Carriage IVIanufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons and mnnv new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, with
ample room, good materials, ami me vcij
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
romolete anv sort oi a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord coach. Trv me.
lihieksmithincT Dorse or Ox shoeing, and
general jobbing neatlv, qmcklv and cheap
ly done.' DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
BAILEY & HARDING ,
Successors of L. Diller in the Lincoln
EG LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITI-
zens of Oregon City and surrounding
country, that they keep constant' on hand
and for sale, all Kinds of
BREAD, OR VCKEIJ,
C A N D I E s AND N UTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, and goods deliver
ed at the residence of the purchaser when
The highest prices paid for Butter, Eggs
A liberal chare of public patronage is re
April 23. 1870:ly
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
S I Ml" GiOOS,
I al-o keep constantly on hand
S A LE.M C A S S IM E R E S, FLA NN ELS,
T W EEDS AND B L A N KETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will lake wool in exchange.
jC57f will also pay the highest price fo'
Butter. Eggs, and a 1 kinds of good country
produce. 1 will se'l as low as any house
in Oregon for (i,b o- us equivalent in good
mere ha iK.ible produce.
K3" Give me a ca'l and saU-fv yourselves
Jan. 13, 1871, tf
jonx ii. sen RAM.
Manufacturer and Dealerin
.SVJ DOLES, HA RJVESS,
JTairt S.l ( t, Oregon ,V.'y,
'SWishe'! to i eoreent that he is now a
tt'ell pre pa i ed to fm rii-h in y ari iile in his line
ii the largest es;ab,:hmeni in t he State He
oart icu'ar'y requests that an examination o!
his stock be made bpioi-c bu vbig elsewhere.
STEERS & H1NDE:
Wholesale Dealers in
F0KEIGN AND DOMESTIC
117es, Brandies, Wtiskies, Ji .
No. 40, Froxt Street, Portland, Oregon.
Constantly on hand
Cutter W k .
a genuine article of
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
PORTLAND. - - OREGON
GEO. I.. CI KRY,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovei
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate.
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidtditr and promptness.
OFFICE No. 14 Carter's Building, corner
of Alder and Front streets.
Jeb. 3, fc70:tf
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
FOKBl & WAIT,
EAL ESTATE AGENTS,
OREGON CITY. : : OittlUUfJ.
T-rTNil rOWF.ftT lilt IttiAL
Estate Airei.tsof Portland, are prepared
t.n attend to tf.'e PURCHASE and SALE of
HEAL ESTATE in Clackamas and adjoining
A TEAM in readiness to convey purchas
ers to and trom the premises
Free of Charge
May 20, I671:tf
TO STOCK DUOYEKS.
rpiIE ROAD ACROSS THE CASCADE
i Monutaius, km wn as the "Ohl Einigiant
Road," is now incomplete order f r the ac
commodation of the traveling public. The
biidges on the road have ail been thoroughly
repaired, and stocK drovers will have no
trouble in crossing the mountains by this
route. There is plenty ot good grass and
water on this route, and the distance acros
is 01 !y () miles, being the shortest as well
as the best road across the Cascades. Stock
drovers and eniigiv.nts will lind it to their
advantage to travel over this road. Tolls
reasonable. JOSEPH YOUNG,
Clackamas County, June 1(5, lS71;tf
J Si J
IV1RS. M- WHITE,
CLIFF HOUSE, NO. 5, UP STAIRS.
THANKING THE LADY
V public foi
r their most liberal patron
e in the pist, she would most respectfully
invite their attention to her new styles ol
FASHIONABLE IL'iTS AND BONNETS,
now on hand and just received.
Dress Making done in the very liAlLST
April 14, ISTl.tf
An Infallible blood rtninrn, poEsess-
iug rare tosic and seiivke proiierties
a certain cure for hhix-ji.itism, oCT.
M i it ii.Gi t, and all kindred Diseases.
It completely restores the system when im
paired by disease, revives tho action of tlia
KS3rv2:v4 nnJ (.EMTAL oiicAJiS, radi
cally cures scnofixA, salt miEUi
Elid all EHIPT1VE oml rt'TAXEOUN Di-
cascs, gives immediate and permanent relief
in dyspepsia, ebvsipelas, Tumors,
Boils, Scald Head, Ulcers tand Sores; eradi
cates from tho system all traces of Mercurial
It is PirnrLY verktable, being made
from an herb found indigenous in California.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for use by
Females and Children, as a blood pi:ki-
FlElt ami llEVOVATOH.
For Sale by ell Druggists.
REBtPtaTOPC, HQSTETTER & QQ
520 and 531 Market Street,
SAGE BRUSH HAIR TONIC
CURE FOR BALDNESS.
THE BEST TONIC DRESSING
FOR THE HAIR
ever 0FFj:ni:i) to the public
For Sale t tl. Drug Stores.
July 23, lS71:tf
GREAT SUMMER TONIC.
liegeman's C'ortlial Klixii of Calisayn
Bai k, a pleasant Cordial which s reng lien
and improves the Digestion, an e. client
preventive of Fevers, Fever and Aoe. Arc,
and a great Renovator aud Tonic f v iuva
I ds and dfbdit.ited persons. IIegemax .t
Co , New Voik, Sole Manufacturers. Sold
by all Druggists.
ALL THE BRANCHES COMPRISIG A
Ami COMMERCIAL EDUCATION,
Hours, lrom S a. m., to 3 p. m.
S. D. POPE,
ne 2, 1871:tf
Savier, LaRoqne & Co.,
tfKeep constantly on band fot sale
M dlings, Bran and Chicken Feed. Parties
purchasing feed mast famish the sacks.
. r ?n ;,
... i . . 'i o
S 59 ! ixNv -
a. h. Mcdonald & co.,
.it:- c'tc-mVoa of Dealers f their large assort.
;.:.t ci Newlv Arrived" t.ood?, coi;pr.cd ni
. rv tisl- r 1:.- ;t in a well tsurpiictl WUOLK-
t:. If. .if f.f. 1 1' MWI L' illtlV-I'..- - . - - . ......
TUBES S lT.tr A I" A I H
PaISTS iXD Oils,
T7hif.li irn r,T..r rt. Ihp. InWCSt CaSU rriCCS, and
are determined not to be undersold.
r. n. Mcdonald & co., sx fea-cisco, cai.-
OUd DRU. CUSIM .ocaeo in
I." - . im'o Ai" cr our bes? vv sue
V HIT -.l 11 T Oil! I I llhl
1 . , 1 -. . -. .
wi.mno nf- lirii-e icccveil 'Or
niii e loan
t ivA..'; v-nne ve. . di1 'tZ wi
ch KC od we
have been s.iadi'v e"gged i i .he D.ng bi's-
in C:ii;tf i)i we OC2I iO s.' V 10 COI'.-f-
ooence oi Hie ? aoui li ow; ii 1 if . v;mi
... -,. . f (1 . HT1
( -ilini iit.i ',10 i e -. U'v so. cut over
the Uuiicd i (" !!,'d coooi.ies 1 bevf.ou.
we a 1 e neces' ta ted to devoie oer cni'-e
i rr.e to sa'd bos-11 e- s.
We me ihe O o:sl Drug ti. -n on ihe Prc.JC
Coafc r.nd .he oKr one, on.'v'o.i- tinder .ise
same on! ie..e s -i-.ice IS"', and i-are de-
tP. mned io -e'l OO ce, O :-oie -o.is. fliKl
wcM e ..ib1'-!!! o o 's o' - on
This i-i a 'a e "Ooo U'li'iv- -r-r men w.h
nieaas o- ( n.eiuiri -i.'iOP imo.i.. o e Ik,hd'"-s
wii.li adv; n.a:.f oevet- be o e oSeied.
Eo- pj . ci''. eiH.ei e of
p. 11. McDonald & co..
R. II McDon-a '-a. I W hoi.-. ie I)
J. O. Sff ni.c". f Sail E' . m i 10. C:d.
N. U. LT 0 f a s-.:de s maile we sb.iH con
tinue ( ir M.!.,oi t.i :is n ut l.rc.i a i.-'-'e
stock of f.e a LOnti'i c-nosian.lv on haoo,
and sc ! 1 at '' cs lo de y ci'mpei'iioa.
The Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of Thousands 2
Bear testimony to their Wonder
ful Curative jiiiecis.
gsWHAT ARE THEY ?g?
.i? - "$v-?y
1 o a
Ira THEY ARE NOT A VILE
eI f a ncy dri n k,
Made of Poor Rum, Whisker, Prowl
Spirits nndRcfiise Liquors doctored, spiced
and sweetened to please the taste, cauea ion
ics."" Appetizers," " Kestorers," ic, that lead
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots and
Herbsof California, free from nil Alcoholic
Stimulants. They are the GREAT BLOOD
PURIFIER and LIFE GIVING PRI:
C 1 1' LE a perfect P.enovator andluvigorator of
the System, carrying off all poisonous matter ana
ratorino- the blood to a healthy condition. No
person can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain long unwell.
f For Inflammatory nnd Chronic Rhen'
in mix in anil Gout. Dyspepsia or Indi-
ecstiou. Bilious, Remittent and Inter!
mittrnt Fevers, Diseases of tho Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, these Bit
ters have been most successful. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
is generally produced by derangement of the
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION.
Headache. Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tight
ness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach. Bad taste in the Mouth Bilious At
tacks, Palpitation of the Ileart, Inflammation of
tho Lungs.Painin thcregions 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, Eruptions.Tetter,
Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald-IIead, Sore
Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch. Scurfs, Discolorations of
the Skin, TJumors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
and carried out of the system in ft short time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such
cases will convince the most Incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities bursting through the skin In Pim
ples, Eruptions or Sores; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep the blood pure and tho
health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE 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. II. McDONALD &
CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents, San Francisco,
Cal and 32 and at Commerce Street, New Vork.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Feb. 17: ly
)i:r.GuN C "I Y. O
M1!S POPULAR HOUSE HAVrS'C Been
ate'v PEfc'i (TED an i FURN SI1ED,
the Poo ie.o s a .' now e;uiv i a iceom mo
da', e .he -cn-.o re s willi HARD-FIMSHEI)
dmio'e oi- si 'ii,!e iO'iiiis. Tbev inv le a'l Ihoso
Tond ol' a GOOD JIEaL and a GOOD BED.
io caM ai.d n;ve ibc.ii a it ia!, for thev are
confideui itn-v c i pieae eyeryindy, because
thev know bow io keep a lb.
Prices io s-' ii. i he i mes and Everybody,
according to ilie rooms u ccupled.
A taclnd to ihe lloosse is a
For the at commodal!o:i of csutomers.
MERRIAM & FOURMER,
June 16. 1ST! :tf
g Y VI RT UE OF AX EXECUTION. TSSU E D
out of the t'oun.y-( 'ourt of the Sla!e if Or'
sron, fur ne eouul y oi' Clackamas, io me diiecieti.
lu favor of Jacob Loehm, pi. tin! ill. and against
Patrick Riley, defendant, for the sum of ihree
hundred dollars, f"W, with intere-t at the ra!e of
ten per cent p'-r annum, from the first day ot
Mav. 1871, and the further sum of foiIy-iour
dollars and fif! y-five cent. &i .", co-. aud or
want of sntticient per-ounl proinerty, I ha ve, on
this 121 h dav of August, ISTk levied upau the iol
lowing described proprrtv, situated in Clacka
mas county. State of Oregon, to wit: bemar a pi: z
oi the land claim known and actuated uiion
the plat and surveys of the tinted .states as
C laim No. 51, in township 3 south, ran-e - east
of the Willamette Moridiau. W;-;inmng at a , po nt
t . .... fo.f-.ntv links. I 0-100,
th7a..d Vwentvwo Chains; 22, -tfmmihe
.. :.,,;,r.r. -iih the east boundary ot
rhVim No . 51 hiWuhip Z south range 2 east of
the Willamette Meridian, and the line between
sections 5 and 3 of the aforesaid town-hip and
nn. thence south 31.15 east, twelve chains and
mtv-nine link. 12 59-100: thence south G2.30 west,
seveiiteen chains and twenty-six links, 17 26-100:
thence north i:.15east,eig-hteen chains and sixty-eie-ht"
links, IS 08-100: thence north G2.30 east, four
chains and ten links. 4 10-100, to the place of be-pinnina-,
containing- fifteen acres and ninety-hundredth?.'
more or less, and on SATURDAY, the
16!h dav of SEPTEMBER, 1871. at 12 o'clock,
m., at the Court House door, in Orepron Citv, in
said county, I will proceed to sell the same to
the his-hest bidder to satisfy said execution, costs
Sheriff of Clackamas countv, Orejron.
O "';,. A"oniSt 12. "au(?18w4
NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Oregon C.ty, Jan. i3:'f
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O. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MA IX STREET Oregon City.
Best BILLIARD TABLES in, OREGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of ihe lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
BAR 1 S S VP PL! El)
N lib all tne choicest qualifies of Liquors anj
i-ars. hcncn. Ins i and IJoniboii a read
tamous W hiskies and runch. Also
3T Families supplied.
NEW PllOfOCnAPHIC ROOMS,
No. 91 F ; t Si o! CSTond doof con ill of
his old bi. ad), Pm .b.nd, Oi egon.
AM PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
wo k 1 ii nv 1 ,ip i,i a si'iici i.ir manne-'.
wo n t be 1. e- i i n n . . venieo 1 s m t lie :. .
Noih' ht. ,ii 1 i wo k done a i inv new
ami m.-g 1 m ml looa-s. ai low oi.ces.
The FLORENCE is the bot Sewing Ma
chine foi- Fani'lv u-e, because it so seldom
eis out of Ofde I!" there is one in Ore-
' . .. , ' r - .1 - r T
you not woiK'og wen, 'i niiorineu oi it. i
Will ii x il without expense of any kiud to
19 Montgomery St., South
Grand Hotel Building,
SAM FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
SEA I) FOR CUtCLLAiSS.
ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED IN
March 31, 1871:mlO
C- W. POPE & CO.,
STOVES, TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, BRA
lERiv oi'PE;:. LKAD PIPE, IRN
PIPE AND FITTINGS, RUBRfc-U
1I0SE. FOPCE AND LIFT
PUMPS. ZINC COPPER,
BRASS AND IRON
Also a general assortment of llous
Tin, Copper, and
ROOFING AND ..DURING- OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION DONE TO
ORDER, AND AT
Also, at POPE'S STOVE STORE
IIARDWAPE AND BASKETS, WOODEN,
WARE AND 1 IN WARE, LANTERNS,
LAMi'S WD OIL, LUCINE AND
f NIGHT LAMPS. ALSO
All of tho above articles are for sale at
PiiiCES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. W. POPE & CO.
Oregon City Oregon.
JUST RECEIVED AT
ROOTS AND SHOES.'
11AUDWA RE. GROCERIES
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, &C.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
""A AAA POUNDS OF WOOL, for
OyJyjyjyJ which IwiU pay the highest
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If tou desire good Goods, at LOW Prices,
call a"t I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
April 14, lS71:tf
LA TE OF THE CLIFF HOUSE
MIX STREET, OREGON" CITV, OREGON".
THE UNDERSIGNED RE-
spectfullv announces to his vKv
fi iend and the ttaveling public,
that he has re-opened the above
The proprietor knows how to serve his
esutomers with Ovate s, Plft's Feet, a good
cup of Coffee or a" SQUARE MEAL.
O eson Citv, Jan. 27, lS71;tf
Blanks. All kinds of blanks can be
had at this office Job Printing of every
description neatly executed, at short
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Quick Cures and Moderate Chargea
Dr. W- K Jboherty's
Private Medical & Surgical Instif uic
No. 519 Sacramento Street, corner of
Lfcidesdcrtti (' tew doors below
the W bai Cheer Hoiise.)
(Private entrance on Letdesdoiff street.)
Established Expressly to Afl'ord the Afflicted
8ound and Scientific Medical Aid, in the
Treatment and Cure of all Private and
Chronic Diseases, Cases of Secrecy and all
To Ui Aillictrd.
DR. W. K. DOIIERTY returns his sincere
thanks to hin i.umerous patients for their
patronage, and would take this opportunity
to remind them that he continues to consult
at his Institute lor the cute of chronic dis
eases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Diges
tive and Genito-Urinary Organs, and al
private diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its forms
and stages, Seminal "NVeaknerS and all the
horrid consequences of self-abuse. Gonorr
hoea, Gh et, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diur
nal Emissions, Sexual Debility, Diseases of
the Rack and Loin?, inflammation of the
Bladder and Kidneys, etc. ; and he hopes
that his long experience and successful prac
tice will continue to insure him a share of
public patronage. Py the practice of mny
years in Europe and the United States, he is
enabled to apply the most efficient and suc
cessful remedies against diseases of all kinds
He uses no mercury, charges moderate,treats
his patients in a correct and honorable war
and has references of unquestionable veraci
ty from men of known respectability and
high standing in society. All parties con
sulting him by letter or otherwise, will re
ceive the best and gentlest tieatmeat atfl
When a female is in trouble, or afflicted
with disease, as weakness of the back and
limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sight,
loss of muscular power, palpitation of the
heart, irritability, nervousness, extreme ur
inary dilliculties, derangement of digestive
functions, general del.i'ity, vaginitis, all dis
eases of the womb, hysteria, steiility and all
other diseases peculiar to ft-males.sheshould
go or write at once to the celebrated iemale
doctor, W. K. DOIIF.RTY, at his Medical In
stitute, and consult him about her troubles
and diseases. The Doctor is eflecting more
cures than any other physician in the State
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent
you, but apply immediately and save yourself
from painful sufferings and premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate health or
other circumstances prevent an increase in
their families should wr ite or call at DR. W.
K. DOIIERTY'S Medical Institute, and they
will receive every possible relief and hely.
The Doctor's oflices are so arranged that lie
can be consulted without fear of obServatiotr.
Patients residing ia any part of theFtate
however distant, who mav desire the opinion
and adviceof DR. DOIIERTY in their respec
tive cases, and who think proper to submit S.
written statement of such, in preference fa
holding- a personal interview, are respectful
ly assured that their communications will be
held sacred and confidential. If the case be
fully and candidly described, personal com
munication wiil be unnecessary, as instruc
tions for diet, regimen and the general treat
ment of trie ca-e itsel f (including the reme
dies), will be fm warded without delay, and
in such a manner as to convey no idea of the
purport of the letter. or parcel.
ifiPCons'ultat ion by letter or otherwise,
FREE. Permanent cure guaranteed ornopay'.
S pc rm a t on-lior a..
DR. DOIIERTY has just published an irn
portant pamphlet, embodying his own view
and experiences in relation tro Impotence or
Virility ; being a Short Treaties on Sperma
torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous, and
Physical Debility consequent on this aflec
t on, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contains information of the
utmost value to al', whether married or single
and will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of
9ix cents in postage stamps for return post
W. K. DOIIERTY. M. D.,
julySOly San Francisco Cal I
AGENTS W ?jVTEI
Clergymen, -cliool Terehers, Smart
Young 31eu mid Iridic wanted
t . C.iiiviiss .for tlic New Hook.
,r0JR FATHER'S HOUSE."
The Unwritten Word.
Ry Daniel March, author of the popular
" Night Scenes". This master in thought
and laognaie shows us untold riches and
beauties in ibe Great House, with its bloom,
inir flowers, siog'ng birds, waving palms,
rolling clouds. heauiTul bo.v, sacred moun
tains, delight ul rivers, mighty oceans, thun
tiering vo ces, blazing heavens and vast uni
verse wiib c unUcss beings in millions of
worlds, and reads io us each the unwritten
word. Rose tinted paper, ornate engrar.
ings and superb binding. Send forcircular,
in which is a full description and universal
commendations by ihe press, ministers arid
college pvo!essors, ia the straighteat possible
Agents als Wanted for the
PACIFIC LAW ENCYCLOPEDIA,
THE CKST Li. W UOOKOUT!
Written expressly for use upon the Pacific
800 PAGES! FULL LAW BINDING!
Treats Upon. Xanhj SCO Different Subjectit
To consult upou any one of which would
cost more than 'be' price of the Rook.
BY J. F. CUWDEIiY,
Of the San Francisco Rar.
The above are the most rapid selling afl
popular books ever upon this Coast. Agents
are meeting with success everywhere.
Send iiiiin:iiaUl'j for Circulars and Term
A L. BANCTOFT & CO-,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
WE HAVE SENT
HUNDREDS OF SINGLE
W A L T H A M WATCHES
TO THE PACIFIC COAST,
BY MAIL AND EXPRESS,
And in every case
WITH SATISFACTION" TO THE TCRCHASKR.
Tho Prices ore now all Meduced.
.Solid .Sdver Hunting "Watches as taw as $Lr,
Solid Gold Hunting Watches as low as $65."
Our prices orp all in Greenbacks end w
drat in none but Gencixe Waltham Watcd.
Every one who wants a Watch and feels a,
desire to be posted should write to us for our
illustrated History of A'atchmaking. It will
cost you nothing as we send it postpaid with
out charge, and with it a lull Catalogue of
all the Watches with prices of each. Whe-n
you receive this you will be surprised at the
low rates aud you will understand our plan
of sending watches to any place however re
mote without anv risk to the purchaser.
We send any Watch ycu order and let you
examine it before you pay for it. Do not or
der a Watch till you have first sent for the
Price List and when tou write please men
tion the Address in full,
HOWARD & CO.,
Watchmakers aud Jewelers,
Ao. 8G5 BROADWAY, New York.
We have a full stock of extra heavy Cases
such as 4, 5, 6, & 8 oz. always on hand and
can fill orders promptly. je23m3
HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale his residence in Oregon City. Thera
are !our lots, a good house and barn, with a
fine cellar and a good well of water. There
is plenty of land, and it is well adapted for
early gardening purposes. Part payment
may be made in stock. For particulars ap
ply to GEORGE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna 3 1671 tf