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THE WEST SHORE.
January.
INFORMATION FOR IMMIGRANTS
In order to enable imtniuntita arriving in tbU
Htate to obtain suitable larms and farms for settle
tnflDt immediately after their arriTal to Oregon,
the publisher of Thi What Shore cauaed the fol
lowing advertiHtnent to be inserted in all the
leading country papers:
Important No) lee.
11 Farmers and others having improved or unim
proved farms to let or for sale can have tbem ad
vertised free of charge in Tub Wmst Shore, an
eight-page monthly illustrated paper published at
Portland, State location of farm, what improve
ments, price asked, name of owner, and where to
inquire. Address Publisher Wkbt Uuobs, Port
land, Oreguu."
Below will be found the answers received to the
advertisement. The publisher of the Writ Shori
is Got a real estate or laud agent, and therefore
in tio way undertakes the snte or negotiation for
sale of auy of tit taw JaJitU, uur duos he vtmfy the
accuracy qI the statements made therein, but refers
purchasers to the owners or agents of same.
y All bona fid owners of lands, who wish to
sell or rent the same, can have them advertised
free of charge in these columns,
Railroad Lands In Oregon)
The Oregon k California It. K. Company have
large rant of land from tho United States Gov
crnment, which they sell on very liberal conditions
at the low prices of 11.26 to tf per acre, payable
in United States currency. The nurvhaser can
pay cash, in which case he will be allowed a dis
couut of ten per cent, on the purchase price, or be
can have ten years' time in which to make up the
the tame by snii.ll annual payments, with interest
at seven per cent, pur annum. In thiacase the pur
chaser pays down one-teulh of the price. One
jolt irom uie saie ne pays seven per cent, interest
on the remaining nine-tenths of the principal. At
the end of (he second year he pays one-tenth of the
princioal and one year's interest on the remainder,
and the same at the end of each successive year
until all has been paid at the end of the teayeasr.
Government Lands.
Although surveys have been carried on for ma
ny years, vast tracts of publiu lands still remain
unsurvoyed. More government land is, however,
now in the market than is likely to be taken up
ur iung time w come, mere are turee tana
offices In the Bute, located respectively at Oregon
City,ltoseburg,and I Grande (in Eastern Oregon),
whluh afford the usual facilities to settlers wishing
to avail theuuelves ol the homestead and pre-emption
laws. Under the 'Homestead Law," every
head of a family, mnle or female, or single man
over twenty-one years, a cititea of the United
States or having dot-lured his intention to become
such, can enter, on puyintmt of the registry fees,
ranging from seven to twenty-two dollars, eighty
acres of any of the lands reserved by the govern
ment withiu the limits of the railroad grauta, ex
oeptiug lands bearing geld, silver, cinnabar or cop.
per, and one hundred and siity acres if the claim
la situated onUido of the latter. After nve years
bma-fiiU residence upon and improvement of the
land, the Uovemmeut will give the claimant a reg
ular title. Under the " pru-emptiou laws," (tenons
possessing the same (ualihoatiuns as claimants un
der the homeitead law, may "enter" at a laud
office, on payment of a fee of 12.00, establish a pre
emption right, that is, a right to take a tract of
eighty acres, if within the limits of a railroad I
grant, or one hundred and siity acres, If without, i
whenever the laud shall be offered for sale by the
government, at 110 per acre in the former, aud
at ll.'JA per acre la, the latter case.
How to got to OroKon.
Kmigrants from the Eastern Matte and Canada
will do best to purchase through tickets to Port
land, Oregon, at the price named below. On
emigrant trains to Hen Francisco, and thence by
tetrage on steamer to Portland, will lie as follows:
Prom UalhnKire, 7A; from ilostou, 7; from
rhicago, 17(1.60 ; from tialvneton. $M ; Montreal,
7ft; New Yiirk, 7A; Omaha, 9W ; Portland
(Maine), 17ft ; Quebec, Kt. Iuis, ,0, United
Htatta ourreucy. Emigrants from Kurope can
reat-h Oregon either via Panama or New York.
The steerage fare by Ktigtuh or (lemiaii steamers
front Hamburg or Htiuihnmptoit to Culun, thence
by railroad to Panama, and ttii'iu'e by utoiiiner to
Portland, Oregon, is gold. Im'tiiding fend.
For the Nw York route, eungniiU win obtain
through tickets from Glasgow or l.iver)oul to
Portland, On-gon, fur k-M, by applying to Mr.
V. Fleming, Govern amiit Kiuigraliou Agi-nt, 41
Iteferm Htteet, DuihW, rVutlmid. On ariivlug in
Portland, immigrants should call at the Kooms uf
Hoard of Immigration, where all infonnutiun re
garding lauds will be furnished free uf charge.
They will al receive Immigrant CerttttralM,
wltii'h entitles them to half fore ralos on all the
leading liues of travel iu this Htato.
InllV 1U k Unin llr:it aa--l
lny Ai;run, nine miiBS west OI JSUgene J I1U per
i. v. i Aanuio, r-ugene uuy.
Linn County.
n, -.i, n. iirniinuic l.rain HUU JiRirV Mrtll,
itniUiliiiiiK .'UUuoreN.'J miles east of Kolo.H miles
iron Marion Miaiion, (u. V. R. H.) 20 miles
north-east of Albuny, itf miles south-east at
Hulfin. All undor fence and crop fenct'd, with
nouae una iiiim, Hn on-lmrU or several hundred
trei-a-giHMl variety of fruit ; spring and runulna
water, plenty of ftre-wncHl and rail-timber. 1M
ftCITS In CUltlVHttoll. :m nni-wi in maail..!.. it.
l iice well adapted 'to the growth of tlttutthy,
aohool-hoiisB, grlNt, saw and pliinlng-m Ills nil
LIST Or UNtlB FOR HUK OK RKNT.
Benlan Cawatr.
XJO Acres, in miles Noulh or Curvnltu, wll iiu
pmveil; will raloe mm fl,W to s,tiw tut-Ik-I of
whfHlanniiiilly. Tcnm, oiif-iiinrlir down, twl.
noeln luslallmeuu lo-ull .nu'lia-or. Ailiiri k-.
JAMK4 HHl'i'K, I'orvalll.
B Aeres, neil to Monroe I'ornrra, Willi Iowa
tie on the soiilhwent. A eamrorrable Inonlioti,
with home Hint txiru. Price, i nr aore, U.IU)
down,UH.Iauieonilmetuaull piih'haaer.
A. J. l-GUMls, Monroe,
181 Arm one-fourth mile south of Monroe.
House, ham and orchard, nearly all fenced! 100
auras of it under cultivation. Also lu acres Umber
land three miles eat of Monroe. Terms reason
able, ttaqmre of Was. bpeer, on the farm.
12.10 Acres Ave miles from Monroe. 400 of It
la cultivation, the balance grating land with good
oil All fenced. Five houses aud two bams,
Orvhaid with varied fruit. Well watered and
wooded ; 600 of tl can be Irrigated. Price 16
patevre. Oua-hallrai.UlsiicetTme, Address,
AI.hKlir HUMPUItF.Y, Monroe,
S4 Acres seventeen miles south of Oorvallia
atjd one mile north of Moaroe, on the stage route.
All of the land under feuce; of it UlUble
Uad, with new two-etory frame aouse, two orch
ards and small vinevard, Plenty of rood runniag
rater and nraaW the pUro, fnc. p.7
cro ; tonus easy luuutre on the premieee, or ad-
rtarkaaaas Cosiaiy,
M0 Acres It mile. fro. Portico. T miles north
east ol On City, 4 u .outha.1 of Clack
asaas 8talum on the tV I O. R. H. lid avrea of It
wsder cultivation, then ahw a small orehard
kouot, haru, stwk-ehed and a good leuce tnctostiur
fO aorea with ere fences, Pnoe auuu, M,waj
slowa, balanw la one and taree yean. Thu pUce
Was first settled on in IMA.
J. T, APPKHSON, Orefoo City.
CalsisnMn Connty.
6U Acm of good land at KcappMe, la CVdeasbut
Oaaoty, U tailes truss Portland, dowa the Colaav
h Hive. AU fenced, W aerat uader culuvatton,
plenty of timber and good running water 112 per
acre. For particulars enquire of the owner, on
the place, THUS. McPHERSON.
320 Acre, school land. Price $3 per acre
Inquire of EDWIN RUtiSEL, at Bank of British
Columbia.
Douglas toontr.
200 acres, ten miles north-west of Roseburg.
60 acres under fence, 90 acres, good level land.
Price-11,'200. Innuireof
H. W. CRANE, Roseburg.
218 acres, eight miles north-west of Roseburg.
200 of it fenced, and all of it good plow laud,
with a good stock range, and orchard. Terms
reasonable. Inquire of
W. 8. CRANE, Roseburg,
For rent or sale. Half section of land, seven
miles north of Oakland. 200 acres under fence.
100 in cultivation. A good dwelling house. Two
stock barns, with privilege of mountain range
Good water aud lots of timber. Price $800 pur
year.
, .." WESLEY ALLEN, Oakland
640 Acres, on south side of the Calapooia moun
tains, known as Eetes Station. Place is well im-
E roved. Good two-story house, costing 9'J,000;
am costiiijr lUftO: orchard and meadows. The
entire farm can be bought for $Vi per acre, ot 160
vi i wr eiu por acre.
E. A. ESTES, Comitock Mill.
Lane County,
3'20 Acres twelve miles from Junction Citv. A
good stock range for cattle and sheep. There is
Hiau a mlw nun aim saan raciory, run oy water
power, 6 to 8,000 feet of lumber per day, and is
capable of cutting 20,000 per day, having one of
the best dams, mil I races and water power in the
State. The land hue on it some very tine timber
while adjoining there are thousands of acres of
good timber. 1'nee for the laud, mill, etc. 93,000;
pancasu, pan lime.
SMITH 4 BRASFIELD, Junction.
1,700 Acres, Stork ranch, 100 of good fanning
.it " "mucin cuiiiiit, wvvvu innes irom
mmibkuuu uuuau iitmny new ioizu, young orchard,
abundance of water and timber. Price 15.60 per
v,d , unit uvou, u. nut kii imv acres oi ine umuv
l.n,l at a ut ....
wlthlu radius of n'mllMfirilm .i
wuler-power on tho premised. Price, I7 W lour-
kxct-llcnt
wu.n-Hpr un im iiremiSCd. ITlce, f 17 Ft) (Olir
renoyl wr ncto. Jlulf chhIi, half on timo, with
place (or setjurlly. Purvlinaer cun also buy til the
uiidcnilKnwl, liornee, cuttle end sheep, toKutlier
t low 'flguiwa W mitch in fall grain; to bA In
wimeu in iiiwda e. ror nirtliar pHrliculnni lnUlre
of W. 1 AN 1'lH, on the pruinUes.
340 Acres, three miles west of Halsey ; 40 acres
. uumnuuu. aii gooci open prairie land, with
pFumy ui waier, uoum aud larm, wita other im
provements. For Kent. 1 Price per Vear 475.
Kufflisk or Hcntiih hnnan
uum& nviino, iiaisey.
Marion County.
-. ir., i in i ion Hium oi Etaiem, or a mile west
of Turuer's station; 2o0 acres under cultivation;
" , 1 wm orennru ot i,iuu
trees, .100 acres of the above is Beaver dam, and
a nice stream runs through the entire leucth of
the farm. Price, tl2,K)0. Innuireof
E. M. LAFOUllR, Salem.
nuinp, iHiitra ran oi oaiem, all under feuce.
A good house and ham aud young orchard of as-
unw nun .mes, one-ntm acre in strawlierries,
one-half acre in other small fruits. For terms ad-
1H. HKHH nt U.wl n. ....I - Ll . . .
. . SIIU injm dt'l-
forsott, Marion county. 2tJ acres nrairie. t)
Iwlance timber. Large orchard. Buildings need
repairs. Nearly all under fence. Good well of
water, and stock water. Terms-.),000 cash, or
uuwn, uuiance on anon or lung tune. In-
. . ,. IV i jWU iiiiiuiiuv, secured
by mortgage on tho premiMs, lutiuire of the
. .V 7. "L V; "i7 vr oi uie owner,
at the Court House, Halem.
H. A. JOHNSON.
..... v wi ui nnirni wim nne oronanJ of grafted
l i ;". -"' n. i raver, rort
land, for further wrticulars.
MaJtaovak Coantv.
- . wW ui mo Clly. imutiie for
"u" iwug, nouse auu (Utile on
hreniim IVihi ai Hno I
Nrt A .m mi n t, . ,
,T " , , -'"' UI 'WIT7 oaa, lour and one
half mila from l',nl.J ......v.). i.. .
alableo, Pnce llu.Oo per acre.
EDWIN KUS8ELL, Portland.
15 ACM tWO nilMUkat nt VnrlmA l.J.. ia
Address Gao. w. TkAVicn. i.-i.
Addreu Gao. W. T HAVER. Partus
Polk County.
situatiHl t, nine, froni bull. ?i7us from 1
ai Mn-.Ml:dfr:::1.wl,h hrn- uiS:
i.ti.i h-i-n .l--rr v." . uiianie
u. ii. UAMnKKauit, Portland.
pt.. Kwio. -sri i vsjirffli
w-ll w.l.nd by . hh brook nin.ii,, uroM u,.
, - -wi iron ireee, tomtaer
linKar II himlH'. i;Z i. "
- r-.v- , vwiot, aeoan Ouy of the
propnetor aonee, cattle and aoge raised on the
UvTeto TnouT" f" -t. ta.
mmix LPUIOUA, llallsA Orefftn.
Waaklncton Csmntj,
100 Acras la W,.- .
oi i.itiaed MaeZLr:r",r.1srt
taauuo of w . OHAT, oenet oi iik j
Jaderson streeta, lNrtlad.
HI Acm, aboel 10 act- fcot M
acres Improved, balance open timber. Price, 110
per acre.
160 Acres, about 60 acres bottom land and 6
acres beaver dam, in cultivation. Price, 12,000 ;
terms moderate.
100 Acres, unimproved laud ; about 35 acres
bottom land and 7 acres beaver dam, balance
open timber. Price, 16.60 per acre.
87 Acres, splendid springs and branch water;
about 60 acres beaver dam, 30 acres in cultivation,
fair house and barn. Price, 123 per acre ; terms
easy.
60 Acres, adjoining the above; about 40 acres
beaver dam land, 20 acres in cultivation, splendid
water. Price, 116.26 per acre; terms fair.
The above tracts of land are situated from ten to
twelve miles from Portland, on the road to Dayton.
D. C. HATCH, Oowego, Oregon.
Yamhill County.
640 Acres, all under fence, milee from North
Yamhill depot ; 160 acres of it under cultivation,
200 acres rolling pasture land, 40 acres oak and
ash timber. Terms, 125 per acre, i4000 down,
Balance time. THOS. BROWN, N. Yamhill.
Washington Territory.
80 Acres, four miles from Seattle, W. T. Price,
1,200. Address, G. W. Traver, Portland.
20 Acres, in Camaua Valley, W, T. Price,
tloO. Address, O. W. Traver, Portland.
tl Acres, one mile from Steilacoom. Price,
1200. Address, a. W. Traver, Portland.
200 Acres, i miles north-coit of Vancouver;
IS acres in cultivation, 150 fenced, with house and
barn. Price, 12,000.
J. H. ALLYN, Vancouver.
Wild Flowers of Mt. Hood.
A NEW PERFUME,
THE MOHT TJELIO ATE AND LASTING, FLA
vored with flowers from the
BASE OP MOUNT HOOD.
Sale, rapidly Increasing In the prlnclpnl East
ern cities.
For sale cor. Front nud Alder Rta.. Portland, hv
C. H. WOODARD A CO.
GANGERS
ARE NOW SUCCESSFULLY TREATED IN
Portland without the use of the knife, and
the patient restored to health and friends by
Dr. ALDRICH, late of Philadelphia.
Call early and wive yourself nn untlmelv grave
Office and Treating Rooms, 1!4T and 1S9 First
street, Portland, Oregon,
S. O. SKIDMORE,
Druggist and Apothecary,
HI FIRST STREET,
Portland, - - Oregon.
JARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
HUBS, SPOKES, RIMS,
OAK, ASH AND HICKORY PLANK
KORTilKUP A THOMPSON,
Cor. Front and Yumhlll, Portland.
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER A JEWELER, 10D FRONT
St., Portland, OrcRon. Select niwortment 1
of Gold and Plated Jewelry Pebble Npecta.
cles, and Seth Thomas1 Clocks. Special aiten
Jfon given to repulrlug Watches, Clocks and
tewelry
MIMEYER & UTTER
31 First Street.
The only fashionable Merchant Tail
oring Establishment
IN PORTLAND,
A. Full Line of Gentlemen's Furnishing!
4
ESTABLISHED IN I860.
All Work and Goods Warranted as represented.
J. B. MILLER,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
a rinii t., uornett's Huiidinr, Portland, C
Pine fttckM, Cltrdi, Jevtlrr, Silmwire ui Bperiatlu.
(XWHTANTU ON HAND WATl'HKH OV TUB MOHT
CttlebrBtftd mabt-n (if Knmu. ,! A,,.riiMt H....,01
stteiitiuiiiftf,i tuatlliiBtiiiaaiKl rrpalrlngnirmiometeraaiHt
Wlt''11'- t'Uuiutid Kltlutf snd eiuutvllug doue In
P. van FRIDACH,
Deuler In
DRESS GOODS AND MILLINERY,
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDRKN'8
HATS AD B0..KT8,
Ladint' and Qenta' Undarolothlac.
Now Uoodi by every steamer.
19 FlnUiL, bet. HUrk and WMhlngtoa
W. JACKSON ft CO.,
Importers,
WhnlnMale and reUil dpnlem In flrat nuulitv
CIIOI'KBIIVII.AHSWAHK, FRENCH CHINA
PLATKD WARK,
KTH THOMAS' CLOCKS,
House Furnishing Goods.
PAINTS, OILS, C C
N. M Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
C. IK. WIBERG,
lVnler In
Boots Shoes
105 Front-st., bet. Alder Morrison,
PORTLAND, ORKUON.
I. SINSHEIMER,
Mantifaeturer of
FINE FURNITURE.
Kinus ur fine WORK, In hi. tine,
done to order.
First Street, between Taylor and Salmon
Chas. Hirstel & Co.,
lxronaM k dxaluu ix
BOOKS g STATIONERY,
NOTIONS, TOYS, F.TC. ETC
Sutwrriptiora received for all EaMern Public.tiom
No. 77, Front St, Portland, Oregon.
WBim BOQIig HADK TO 0KDKR.
G. H. MEUSSDORFFER,
IU Front St, Portland, Oregon.
tap X EW STVf Pi! L
Receivedbyeaeh Steamer.
CIGARS; TBA"SSJi;
ra. 9. quirk's-,
N. V. cor. First & Oak-sts.,
rORTIjlND.
ESTEY ORGAN
LEADS THE WORLD.
Over 1,000 Manufactured Monthly.
Nearly 60,000 In Aotnal C.
Send Tor Illustrated Catalogue. Agent, wanted.
A. V. SMITH C,
109 Front-st., Portland, Or.
HACHENEY & STEMMF.
Comer First and Taylor, Portland, Oregon,
Dealers aud Jobbers In all kinds
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES,
Frodnoa, Etc, Etc
Full stock constantly on hand.
of oharer"" 0,,y Irw
Call and examine our stock.
C0HIf' J. L. BOBENFHLD.
CONN & ROSENFELD,
Commission Merchants,
Oregon and California Produce of all kinds,
r mm m., net. nomion aiidTaaililll,roitUnd,Oga.
Caih paid for Butter, Egge, Poultry and Hide..
WHALLEY TECHHEIMEliT
Attorneys at Law, ' "
Room, No. 7HmUlnnilenn' Building, corner
a. c. cnniiv . . ..
GIBBS GILBERT,
Attorneys and Counsflnr, t T4W
Cornell BalMInn;, oa F1r.t Sr., Portland, a
will prartlce Id all Court, or Recon! IQ the State, and
l.v ratlfular .11, nilna i Hn.af ( ,1 u it touruT
RBMOVAIi,
J. A. CHAPMAN,
pilVSICIAN. HAH KE.MOVKI) HIR OFFICE
L to Houtliaem cor. Find and Mo"rtn Bta,
Re.ldonee, ft W. eor Front and Market.
BUCHTEL & STOLTE,
THE
Leading Mnm,
Till IS 8TATH,
Are now established at their
NSW A8D ELEG1RT BOOHS,
OS THK CORNER OF
First a:4 Morrison Streets,
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