The west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1875-1891, May 01, 1876, Page 7, Image 7

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    7
May.
THE WEST SHORE.
OREGON AHEAD.
Our California neighbors do not very
often praise Oregon. The following from
the San Francisco Tost will therefore be
read with much interest :
Our neighbors of Oregon esjwcially give
promise of converting that country' into
one of the foremost wheat exporting States
of the Union, and they have in the valleys
of Willamette, Umpqua, and Rogue river,
and in the Dalles and Umatilla region,
room for a great extension of wheat culti
vation. They , have this advantage of
California that their soil does not wear
out, and that the crops arc never destroyed
or seriously impaired by drouih. It will
be no greit surprise to us if in the course
of next decade Oregon shall surpass Cali
fornia in the production and export of this
staple, nor, indeed, if she becomes the
foremost of all States as a wheat exporter,"
The last issue of Samuels' West Shore
has a fine view of First street, Portland,
looking south from Alder. Besides this,
arc several interesting cuts of lesser note.
The paper is fdled with interesting reading
by our best authors. As a supplement,
Mr, Samuel presents his readers with a fac
simile copy of the Ortgon Sfcdafor. the
first newspaper published in Oregon. The
paper was started in Oregon City, then the
capital of the Territory, February 5, 1846.
Wc think the present number of the West
Shore excels any previous issue of that
interesting paper and augurs the ultimate
success of its cnterprbing founder.
AsUrt'an.
Asfarui
Dim
Diithkria. A gentleman who lias ad
ministered the following remedy for dip
thcria, says that it has always proved
effectual in adording speedy relief; Take
a common tobacco-pipe, place a live coal
within the bowl, drop a little tar ujhoii the
coal, and let the juliem draw smoke into
the mouth, and discharge it through the
nostrils. The remedy is safe and simple,
and should be tried whenever occasion
may require. Many valuable lives maybe
saved, the informant confidently believes,
by prompt treatment as above.
For Sale. We have for sale at this
office a large number of electro -plates of
different subjects. They are mounted, type
high, and can be used on any ordinary
printing press. All persons desiring to
print attractive advertising cards, will find
these electrc-plates just the thing.
We are now engravtng, and will in the
next number of the West Shore print fac
similas of the beautiful Silver Cup and
Gold Medals to be awarded as the Centen
nial prizes at our forthcoming celebration
in this city.
Make no enemies; he is insignificant in
deed that can do thee no harm.
I j made by Inveailng
Judiciously la block a.
A. S. GROSS,
Oenernl Ilrnker, foot of Htark Ml., Portland, In
prepared to huy nmell on liberal term all HI w kit
quoted In the Hun Francisco 8 tuck Board. He
cnlvc tclcicraphlc quotation ("very linlf hour
ilurliiK the day, Nut n alngle. dollar hits yot bwn
lout In Mocks by purtle0 who bnve bought
lliroiitch inn.
Wild Flows of Mt. Hood.
' A NEW PERFUME.
'PUR MOHT!F.I,ICATK AND LASTING, FI.A
1. vorvd with flowem from the
BASK OP MOUNT ROOD,
snlen ntpldly Increasing In the principal Bait
em clllea.
For Bale cor. Frmil and Alder HI., Portland, by
the proprlotoia,
C. It. WOODAtlD 4 CO.
CORBITT A MACLEAY,
II t IaFnmtiii.,Hiid 10 A U, Firm Ml.. Portland, O.
U 1IOLKM 1LB GROCERS,
Hnlpplng and Comralaalon Merchant.
Importers a
TEA, TOBACCOS 4 LIQUORS.
Ktnortera af
U hni, FUur, Wool, and all kladaaf Ora-
ua rroaac.
UImtrI Ctih AdTiineoaoo Consignment.
JAMES LAIDLAW A CO,
COMMISSfON MERCHANTS,
V, Pint SI ml, Portland.
tOU. AUK NTH FOROIANT POWDKIt,
La A Woreeterhlr Ratio;
Afi nu for Dundee Oraia Bf Manufacturer,
And Ki porter of
OKAtN, WOOL and HI.M V n l O'hsr OR
EUN PltuUlVK.
ESTABLISHED IN I860.
All Work and Goods Warranted as represented.
J. B. MILLER.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
bo rust ni., (.nrni'irn mil 111 lilt. I'OniAnU, U.
IlUIHITter. Hilllliriillir..r mill liu..l..r 1..
Fine fitrhn, Clorli. Jfirelry, Silttrwire lad Sprtbdrt
ct'lrltiali-d maker r Kiirow iiihI Aim-rica. nl
Mt iHllt 1(111 lut (loaillllatillir nn.l is.i,.(iil'l.P.1,.,1..,..l...J....l
Fiue WiKi lict. Diwjioud M-ttluu uiul uuiiuivllug uotio iu
the luteal
J. McCRAKEN & CO.,
Importer,
SHIPPING . COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SO, Si, and W North Prunt St., Pitrtland, Oregon.
AGENTS FOR GII.HOY'S DUN UK E HMJH
and Hugging; Mi' Murray and W. K. Iwla
A H!-ni.T.isn ilfv-ifv; IMve.'n Klmr"fol march
Hiinnewell'B Npk-e, Cream Tartar unit Crymnl
ne Oil; fiross Pd'Hinnl Kmnt-i-M U.n.i l...
dies; MaU-m Load Co.'n While Lead.
Alfo.for the following Flouring Mills: Man.
nulla, Standard, Lobaiiuii, Aumavllle A MUblon.
N. I). floerlul nttcntinn nnl.l In SliliVn l.nalnn.o
and putchwUiK Uarsoc of Whoat and Flour.
T. A. DAVIS X- CO..
71 Front Street, - Portland, Oregon,
IMl'OUTKllS AMI V!IOT,EKAI.KHfl OK
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS
' -ami-DRUGGISTS'
SUNDRIES.
Rule Aiienls for the
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT.
J. A. STROWBRIDGE,
IMPORTER .NI DFALUR IX
LEATHEE
OI. "WTffw. .1!,. ,
141 Front St., rortlimd
W. JACKSON As CO.,
Importer
Wlmlraule nml retail tfenlcn In flr.t iinilllv
CIIO( KlillY,(il.ASWAKK, KHKNUH CHINA,
PI.ATBD WARK,
HKT1I THOMAS' CLOCKH,
Anil n Ki'ner.1 .Mnrtment t
House Furnishing Goods,
PAINTS,. OILS! &C AC,
No. I Kronl Slrpet. lurHiitia, uri'jt'Hi.
Kaufman, Hecht & Akin,
- Imporlera of
Boots ifcSItOeH,
47 FRONT STREET,
Portland, Oregon.
I- COHS. J. L. B09KNFRU).
COHN & ROSENFELD,
Commission Merchants,
Oregon and California Produce of all kinds.
Pivtit St., brL NorrUon and Tanhlll, PorlUnd, Oga,
Cub paid for Sutter, Era, Pualtry and Hides.
1U58IUHMW1T1 00 LICIT KD.
Cuiz. Hirstsl & Co.,
IHPOBTRHI k DBALBEa III
BOOKS STATIONERY,
NOTION'S, TOYS, ETC., ETC.
Sulucriptions received for all Eiftera Publications
No. 77, Front St., Portland, Oregon.
5-BI,!XK BOOKS HADE TO OltDEK.
G. H. MEUSSDORFFER,
111 Front St., rortlimd, Oregon.
WXEW STYLES -fea
Received by each Steamer.
estey" "organ
LEADS THE WORLD.
Ov.r 1.000 Mu.l icturod Moathlf.
Naarlf 60,0001n Aotual Um.
Rend fur IlluMmtnl Cutaloittie, Aitcnt. wtmU'd.
A. P. KMITH Cm.,
100 Kronl-.).. 1'ortlan.l, Or.
"THE GEUMAX TIIAUMACY '
OF WM. PFtJNDER.
Ankeny's New i heater l)kVt
Cur. Flrat and A!i Hta.,
Portland, Urefton,
la TbV I'nii istorr where
Par HMllcIa
Anal Kara Chvaalcala
Arc dispensed.
Tha oomponndlnic of Praavrlptloni
a pfCMliy. ALtarlidaUOa cuutpvtei.t.
A full atock ft
Toilet Articles mid Perfumery.
trr Polar floda WiUr ranatatn with eolo
Hyrupa aod Mmtral Waif ra IU f..n operation.
SPRING 1876.
Grand Inauguration of the Season
THE WHITE HOUSE.
"TB TAKR GREAT PI.KAftl'RB IX AN-
f DoimcltiK i o our piUruns hiu! tlu puhllo
(ti'iH'mllv that wb are now exhibiting u Superb
Array of Novelties fur the
SPRING TRADE.
The (trout facilities within our control liuve en.
uhleil us Hi Im ttpiiHon to piwun the most Kleemit
Novell Ion that could bt- imnluceil In Hit) Fashion
uhte World, iu our
1IILLINEEY DEPARTMENT
We have Ihp very lAtoM Pnrltiliin
Pattern Hats,
Flowers, Ribbons,
Ecru Nets and
Laces, Etc.
Ili'lnn Hit' nnwt complete and attrartlvo dUplnv
tif stylish (joods ever lulioduei'il In llioellviif
I'oitlimtl.
I.KWIS & STRAUSS, No. S7 l-'irst Street
alii
HAGHENEY & STEMME, '
Corner First and Taylor, Portland. Oregon,
IK ;il. i ami JutiWri hi ull klntli
FII1ST CLASS GUOCKUIES,
ProJnoe, Etc., Etc
Kill I Ntock eonxtuiiliy on hand.
(JoihIk delivered in any part of the clly free
of eh 11 rue.
Call and ex urn I no our oloek.
coniii:rrs
Livery,
Hack and Feed Stables,
Kiro 1'roufl, Corner Second and Tavlnr Streeti.
lloiio3nl)lt4'hnrirMi for lltrr. Inrt1riilnr
AUealluti Miitl to lUinrdiiitf IIui-non,
bcrve price in tli -II uit 11 p trim mi:
KlilliiK. 1 mH.ri,niir
r.illli.K. 1 ftitit.l hour. SAtM'iirhmlillllniiHl hour.
1 11 Intuit), W t'ciil rni'ii tuktuuiiiiicr.
Tit nml fniin li:illn niul l'nrt)ia t M u
tinli-n i-ll nt HTAHI.Kur fiSUm, k Holt Kit r, droiuptl
nti. iiil. il tout Htiy linur. w
READ AND SHQWYOUR NEIGHBOR
VMKltlCAN WATCH K AT PlltCKH I.OWKH
limn any other clulllrhimul on the coast.
f have special pih-e HnIh which wc will kcikI to
any address upon n..Hi-uiion. A lull imsoriniPiit
of Ji-welry and Hllvcr Ware nlway n linuil ul
Ihe lowent price. Ji'wetiv liiiule to onler at I lie
horlc4t n. 1 (('. Mpt chil attention putd 10 repair
ln Watc Ilea, and Jewel rv by expfrh nced Woik
uicii. Th'-'Hily Jewelry Maiiufiiciory In .'ortliind.
itreKiui Jewelry .MaiiufucurliiK Co."
I.. C. MKNHICIIHKN il" UO 1'ioitr'H,
Nil. 10H Fir-1 SI,, Portland, rt nun.
irst Class Stand.
irst Class Cigars,
irst Class Custom.
IRST AND AIDER.
Oregon Transfer Company.
OVKICH-At Dray anil Hark Hlabl.i,
Southwest cor. Second anil Stark 8U.
VI.I, lUxlNKW kntiiithtkii to uh will
1h) I'xeflulvd Willi cure ami illHiwtch.
ORDERS TOR HACKS PROMPTLY
ATTENDKD TO, DAY OR NIGHT,
U El MEYER & UTTErI
I yi Kirst street.
The only fashionable Merchant Tail
P orin Kstaljliblitncnt
W IN PORTLAND.
v Full Iiitie nf Oenllemcn'H FurnllilnK
uotKia aiwaya on uanti,
Mai cut M. KpauldlnK, Morton M. Hpauldliif.
BPAULDINO BROS.
I eul ere in
FKKSli Ml-yiSof all kinds. Mess Hecf
anil IN irk. Mam, laienn, Irl, Kir.,
Central Markft, HtalU No. 1 , Pert land.
miism
THAT
Himes, THE Printer,
Ii atill in tl flftld, and it fully arcrwrail to
EXCHANGE WORXJOR DOLLARS I
COME OR WITH TOUR JOBS
aud "pLillfajr ltik.r," to
No. Five Washington St..
Wbera jroa will $H tha beat work in tba oil) .
S. A. NEPPACH,
l'HAHMACIST,
Denier In
Drugs, Chemicals and Medicines.
UKUTMilK A1VTHKKK.
Corner Flrat and Oak 8U INirtinnd, Or.
1'h.Tnklnnt' 1'rfwrlytlmn ptrpnml al oil limirm, day or nihl
DIRECT IMPORTA TIONS.
Hm Jiiat npetiMl a Latin- atal KU-satit HtiM of
Fine Jw1ry,
Watonei, Ctaoki,
Silverware, fto.t
SohHited pemonally diirhiK a reeenl Irlp,
Also, n foil linn t Viif,-)iiii iltnrU nml
oi'm TooU uml nuiterlais
Knperlor IndiieeiuentH ar offered lo Hie Tnu..
AutiH for Hip I) 1 11 mo ml Spe clue leu.
Call and llsanilne the New York (IoihIk.
No l'lwled Jewelry. Only One I'rlee.
C. TH. WIDERG,
Itetllfp In
Boots c Shoes
105 Front-st., Iml. Aider & Morrison,
I'oitTi.AMi, inmiiix.
S, G. SKIDMOKt,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Ul FIRST STREET,
I'ortlnnil, Oregon.
OREGON
Furniture Manfg; Company,
IIAVK ItKMOVKD To
New Building, cr.tr first ill HI Streets.
Mmiufiirtiirera and Imporlera,
WIiiiIi'mIb ami HvtHtl ppnlm In
FURNITURE k BEDDING, CARPETS,
Matting, OurUini, Window 8hadi, Mirror, &o
Sicam Factory, cor. Front and Madison-su.
TH1H 1 AN INHTITI'TIOM KMIT)VIN(. A
largo liunibcror IuiihIh, uhIiik thu
OREGON HARD WOODS
In the manufacture nf their Furniture, nnd mnn
lilted Iiy Kcnllenicn of liie-loiiK ekperleiien In tlua
Itiidlnem. TIii'khmh nunle by HiIh Mt(illlhment
arc Tar better I linn thone IniiNirled hi'nlirore,niid
the 'oiiiiiinv have Hiiceeeifcil In Nlopplng tvll
Importation of California and Kimtem Fur
niture. Great Reduction in Prices I
J. SIMON CO.,
IIhvIiik removed iill.llielr Hlwlc to iliolr Inrae New
Bturn, 41 Front Str.ot,
Arc nnw fully r.i.rcil lo.fll nil klnila uf
Doors, Sash, Blinds
anu ninuun u mob,
At 10 percent, below Nan Frum-l-en Price.
Alto a itreat Auniiiiiii'tit 01
To arrive, which will be iiffori-d nt price lower
than ever aold In Oni(on.
CtintraoUm, Hulldr, and Hie I'ulilln are IiitI
vltetl to oall and examine alock and price.
Ulailnff done to onlar at aliorl not lee.
gRQWaSVEnTABLBS
l tha rnont beaiitlnit work of the kind In tha
world. Honolulu nearly paa;ea, hundred of
Due llliiHtnitiouo, and fuur (!hrmu Halrtq A7ow
rri, Iretiullfull) drawn ami colored from natura.
I'rlee .Vi cent iu paper covers; tA MitU bound In
elegant uloth.
Wlrfcta lloral Uulili. Qunrlerlr, St cent ft
year. Add rein, JAMKH V1UK,
l(.--l.e.icr, N. V.
ATTEMT ItT;, JftlMIGWfsT"
('. W. Mi.WV A CO.,
Re At Csttitu ..genu, Salem, Oregon,
I.AIUJK AND HMAIifi, IM
I mvM .i net onimprovetl. Fatnia fora
. .tan unnnfirovpu, raima lor ai, o
r ii. iireriiimi ka itken at the hljiht-at
DAILY AND WEEKLY STATESMAN.
TUOnly UEPUJJLICAK DAILY
in Oregon, and 01 dent Pa
per in Uio Htute.
PuhlUhed In HAI.KM, tha Capital of IhaMtata
Pallv, par ai
narai,
pr annum 10
A. W. WA'IKHM. Maoagw.
1 iIANS-