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TOWN A3VD COUNTY.
The Wheat Crop. A large yield
er acre, of wheat, is shown by a return of
Mr. E. B. Levelling, of Spring Water pre
cinct, in this county. Mr. Lewelling this
year raised from one and a quarter acres of
ground, ninety-one and a Aormeasurcd bush
els of white winter wheat, which weighed
'6 222 pounds or sixty-eight pounds to the
bvthel. This is from ground in Clackamas
'county; and we rather strongly incline to the
belief that it cannot be beat. "We hope it
mar never be said that this is not an agri
cultural county. While speaking of heat.
wc may as well mention the fact to our read
ers, that, notwithstanding the efforts made
by speeiJMprs early in the season, to " bear"
the San Francisco wheat market, prices hare
recently appreciated very fast, and a choice
article now commands $2 pet 100 lbs., with
a firm market Purchasers fcf bothf wheat
and flourare now in Oregon, buying for the
export demand of California. What have
those papers to say to this, which raised the
cry that prices must remain nominal, for the
want of tonnage ?
Vregox Leather Belting. Mr.
John Scram of this city is employed upon a
piece of leather belting for the Woolen fac
tory, which would be a credit to the largest
belting manufactory in the Union. The
length is about i)Q feet, width 11 inches. It
is made from Oregon leather, produced at
the tannery of Mr. Thomas Armstrong. This
belt furnishes another evidence of the fact
that our State is able to produce all that she
requires for her own home wants, and that
the raw materials may as well be manufac
tured before they are sent to other States.
Good Tempbars. F. G. Evans,
W. $iif Willamette Lodge No. 15, I. O. G.
T., informs us that the following officers have
been installed for the Current quarter; J. A
Smith W. C. T.; Mrs. Mary Diller W. Y. T.j
!P. G. Evans W. S.; Miss II. Pambran W. T.;
11. T. Daily W. F. S.; A. Rhodes W. M.; Mrs.
A. Newman W. I. G.J P. Shanon W. O. G.;
Miss II. Francis W. Ii. II. S.; Miss Mary
Hancock W. L. II. S.; D. C. Hatch W. A. S.;
Miss Addie Good W. D. M.; D. K. Clifton W
V.; C. T. Locey P. W. C. T.
Killed. A few days since a small
Indian child, while straying &bdiit in the vi
cinity of High street, fell from the bluff, and
was almost instantly killed by dashing
against the rocks in its fall. Several acci
dents of this nature have occurred since the
foundation of Oregon City, and now that
the "upper story" is becoming rather densely
ipepulated the time is approaching near when
t will be necessary to erect a substantial
'fence along the rim of the bluff, for the pro
taction of life and limb.
Change of Proprietors. As will
be seen by a card elsewhere, Mr. E. Payne,
'long and favorably known as a driver on
the overland, mail line, has purchased the
Gem in this City and now offers a good as
sortment of stimulants lor the inner man. . . .
Mr. J. C. Mann has also become sole propri
etor of the Fashion Billard Saloon, and Mr.
George Haas, at the " Shades," deals largely
in the No. 1 article. After a personal in
spection of the stock of these gentlemanly
proprietors we recommend them all.
Accidentally Shot. 'We have to
record another painful accident which oc
curred on Sunday last near this city. As
"a well known Indian named Clayiock was
preparing to start out deer shooting his rifle
was discharged by accident, and the ball
took effect in the left shoulder of a Mr. Wm.
Stone, proving nearly fatal. The Indian,
adly grieved at the misfortune, generously
pToflered his horse m payment of the phy
Jail Delivery. On last Wcdnes
day John Lee and a half breed named LaMar
broke jail in this city and escaped. One oth
er, inmate of the same cell, remained unap
prised of the departure of his mess mates,
until morning. The fleeing parties have not
been re-taken. It is no very hard matter to
break out of the Clackamas county jail a
fact which our County Commissioners will
no doubt soon be required to regard with an
Discharged. In the matter of the
State of Oregon vs. W. H. Black, accused of
assault end battery, defendant was tried be
fore Justico Moore, on Thursday, by jury.
The jury could not agree, being five for ac
quittal and one for conviction. Yesterday,
after a second hearing, defendant was dis
charged, and costs assessed to plaintiff.
Winter Weather. On Saturs
day last we of this region were visited with
a regular down East thunder and light
ning storm. It came up very suddenly, at
the close of a beautiful tall day. Since then
we have alternate showers and sunshine.
The roads must be very bad, and yet, we
mre getting our mails overland from San
Francisco in six and seven davs;
A Gala Day The Clackamas
Base Ball Club leave for Portland this morn
ing at 8 o'clock, to play the return match in
that city with the Pioneers. We trust that
'everthing may pass off as pleasantly as was
the case when the Pioneer Club visited our
'city, and the Clackamas " boys'' may coine
Company E." Capt. F. O. Mc-
Cown, late of Company " E," First Oregon
Infantry, informs us that members of that
Company who were enlisted for three years
and were honorably discharged are enti
tled to $100 dollars bounty, under the late
act of Congress. B. Killin, Esq., of this citv,
will attend to their applications.-
Commox Council. The regular
monthly meeting of the City Council for
November, Dr. F. Barclay, Mayor, presid
ng, was held on last Monday evening. An
ordinance imposing a tax of $50 for keeping
n wharf in the city, was repealed. Other
'matters were of minor importance.
The "Basin." The immense im
provements of the People's Transportation
Company, at this city, arc now so nearly
completed that the steamers will occupy the
' basin " it is thought next week, thus meet
ing, within a few feet, boats from below.
KesterV Clothing. Mr. Levy,
bncdoor from the Post Office, makes the
selling of home made clothing a specialty.
On the first page of to-day's issue we give
place to a very able and lengthy paper by
Hon. Chas. Jackson, of Providence, Rhode
Island, regarding the adaptation of flax-cotton
to cotton machinery. We publish this
document for a double purpose. Wc wish
to show to the agriculturist that there is
really more value to be derived from a c:-op
of flax than they may be aware of j and we
wish to invite the attention of our manufac
turers to the fact that the article is well
adapted to cotton machinery. In case the
new factory now being " talked up" is built
here the ensuing year, it may possibly be
erected under a eeneral incornnmiimi w
manufacturing purposes, which would em
brace not only the working of wool, but cot
ton and flax. To this new incorporation the
paper may be of some value.
Mr. Jackson is a prominent gentleman,
and he is one of those who have labored in
defatigably with the Society for the Encour
agement of Domestic Industry, in Rhode
Island, and to his efforts in this respect the
country is greatly indebted, for the accom
plishment of cottonizing flax in the United
States. The statistical
A - - - . ViVIV,
to which we allude is important. There be
ing power sufficient m this place to drive
all the machinery ppoken of as being in
operation in Great Britain, we hope at no
distant day to see some of it converted to
Aside from the pecuniary inducements to
engage in the business of manufacturing
linen fabrics, especially when it can ba done
with a set of machinery adapted to the pur
pose of making cotton goods, there is an
other aspect in which it should be viewed,
and that is, the relation which the consump
tion of flax would bear to the prosperity of
the State. It should be the aim and effort
of every individual to develop and bring into
successful operation all those industrial pur
suits which tend to people our State and
make it prosperous, and independent of
other, and more especially of foreign nations.
The Oregon City fWr Office.
We are pleased to state that the Post Office
in this city is about to be mads a first class
office. The money order system will be in
troduced here soon. The amount of labor to
be performed at this post office is nearly as
large as that of any other office in the State,
while the payj or emoluments, are much less.
This is the " distributing" point for various
sections, and the daily mail, from the north
and south, requires that the Postmaster be
constant in his attentions. We believe that
Mr. Kelly has given general satisfaction to
the public in the capacity of Postmaster, and
we shall certainly rejoice to see him better
paid for his services.
Another Meteoric Shower.-
Every body has read or heard of the great
meteoric shower of November 13, 1S-33. On
that occasion the whole heavens were illu
minated with celestial fire-works from about
two o'clock until daybreak. I'rofessor New
ton, of Yale College, announces that a simi
lar display of meteors vv ill probably occur
on the morning of the 13th or 14th of Novem
ber 1SGG, sometime during next week.
Such a rare phenomenon awakens a deep in
terest among all classes of persons. Prepa
rations to observe this sublime spectacle, for
scientific purposes, have already commenced
in Europe. And all, who in any country
are fortunate enough to be witnesses of such
an extraordinary sight, may well congratu
Resumed. As will be seen by
reference to the card of Prof. Rutjes, in an
other column, that gentleman has finally de
termined to remain in Oregon City, and has
resumed his class here. This decision can
not but be highly satisfactory to those of our
citizens who prefer his abilities in the in
struction of their youth upon the piano, and
ef course his pupils will be greatly pleased.
Book Agency. Hiram Straight,
Jr., of this county, is now engaged in selling
some very valuable books, which may only
be obtained through subscription. AVe rec
ommend him to our readers.
A paper mill is being established
in Leavenworth, Kansas.
.sSSSs&fe. Oregon Lodge
Ko. 3, i. o.
35p3 ofO.F. Meets every Wcdnes
evenjng at 7 o'clock, in the
Masonic Hall. Members of the ordc are in
vited to attend. By order X. G.
3:ly " E. B. Fellows, R
JUtiJ,t iiomali Lodge Xo. 1, A.
I?. & A. M. Holds it3 regular
communications on the first and third Sat
urdays of each month, at half past six p. m
Brethren in good standing are invited to
attend. Bv order of W. M.
Oregon City, Nov. fcth, 1SC6. S:ly
3I. Mil. Church. -Morning services at
10 1-2 a. m. Evening services at 7 r-. m. I.
D. Driver Pastor.
Congregatiunal CliwrcH.. -Morning
services at 10 1-2 a. m. Ereniug services at
7 p. m. P. IS. Knight, Pastor.
juarriage sxiia t ciibacy, an essay of
Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate
the vital powers, with sure means of relief.
Sent free of charge in sealed letter envelopes.
Address: Dr. J. SlULELN HOLIU1TOX,
31) Howard Association, Philadelphia,!
Tlie licst licmedy for Purifying tlie
Blood, Strengthening the Nerves, Restoring
the Lost Appetite, is FRESSE'S HAMBURG
TEA. It is the best preservative against al
most any sickness, if used timely. Composed
of herbs only it can be given safely to infants.
Full directions in Trench, Spanish, and Ger
man, with every package. TRY IT !
For sale at all the wholesale and retail
drug store 5 and groceries. (31
EMIL FRESSE, Wholesale Druggist,
Sole Agent, 410 Clay street, San Francisco.
The Greatest Family Medicine f the
Age. Perry Davis' Vegetable Pain Killor
taken internally, cures sudden colds, coughs
etc.f weak stomach, general debility; nursery
sote mouth, canker, liver complaint, dyspep
sia or indigestion, cramp and pain in the
stomach,- bowel complaint, painters colic
Asiatic cholerd, diarrhoea and dysentery. Ar
plied extekxally, it cures felons, boils and
old sores, severe burns and scalds, cuts
bruises, and sprains, swelled joints, riDg
worm and tetter, broken breasts, frosted feet
and chilbl ains, toothache, paiu in the face
neuralgia and rheumatism. It is a slke rem
edy reit Acts axd Ciiili-3 a-o I ever. 1)
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. II. Illclisifiloia,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate Groceries, General, Merchan
dise and Horses,
EVERY WEDXESD AY
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer.
At Private Sale.
English Refined Bar and B.undk iron;
Square and Octagon Cast steel;
Ilm se Shoes, Hies, Rasps, Saic's;
Sci-ews, Fry-PariS) Sheet Iron, R. G. Iron;
A Large assortment of Groceries and Liquors:
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer.
People's Transportation Co.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FREIGHT'
on the Willamette River will be as fol
$2 50 f 2 00
. 8 SO 0 00
9 00 7 00
10 06 7 00
,11 00 7 50
,1150 8 00
.12 00 8 00
.13 00 'J 00
.15 00 10 00
. 17 00 11 00
.18 00 12 00
.20 00 14 00
WHEAT, FLOUR and APPLES at Re
8:4w A. A. McCULLY,
Nov. 1st, 38GG. President P. T. Co.
Executor's Sale of Heal Estate.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT IN
pursuance of the order of the County
Court of Clackamas County, State of Oregon,
made on the , fifth day of "November, A. J).
1SC6, in the matter of the estate of William
Arthur senior, deceased, the undersigned
executor of said estate will sell at X'ublic
auction to the highest bidder iu U. S. gold
or silver coin, iu one parcel and subject to
confirmation by said County Court, on Tues
day, the eleventh (11th) day of December,
A. D. 1SC6, at one o'clock r. m. at the Court
House door in Oregon City, Clackamas
County, Oregon, all the right, title and in
terest of said testator at the time of his death,
and all the right, title and interest that the
said estate has by operation of law or other
wise acquired other than or addition to that
of the said testator at the time of his death,
in to and all that lot, piece or parcel of land
situated lying and being in said County of
Clackamas, and described as follows, to wit:
being the northerly half of the following de
scribed piece or parcel of land situate in sec
tions 17, IS, 19 and 20, in Township 2, South
Range y, East of the Willamette meridian,
being claim S3 uud more particularly de
scribed by notification No. 0029 in file'atthe
Land Office at Oregon City as follows, to wit:
Commencing at a point 20. 75 chains East of
the S. W. corner of section IS, in Township
2 South, Range 8 East of the Willnmette
meridian. Thence running South 11 CO'
West 5G. 50 chains.
Thence South 78 30
East SO. 70 chains.
North 10 East 61. 40 "
North 13 West 9. 50 "
North 8 West 11. 25
North S- East 4. 20
North 7. 57 "
West 15.79 "
South 22 SO' West 7. 47 "
South 57" SO' West 0. 00 "
West S. 00 "
South 74 30' West 8.00 "
North 60 West 14. 50 "
North G7 West 32. 00 "
South 11 30' West 24. 25 "
to tlid place of beginning, the entire tract
containing 627 36-100 acres; the part to be
sold being the part heretofore set apart in
tne Juana umce at Oregon VJitv to said YYil-
iam Arthur senior, deceased, as his part of
said douation land claim, and containing
SIS 03-100 acres, together with all the tene
ments thereon and appurtenances thereunto
appertaining, 'lerms oi sale one half of
the purchase money to be paid on day of
sale in com. Ualaace to be paid one vear
from day of sale in coin. Payment secured
by mortgage on the land.
A. F. HEDGES,
Executor of the last will and testament
of William Arthur senior, deceased. 3:5w
TY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE-
closure of mortgage, and execution duly
issued thereon from the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of Clacka
mas, against Joseph II. Martin and Theresa
Martin, and in favor of John X. Smith and
Mary Smith, for the sum of five hundred and
two dollars and eighty-four cents ($502 84
100) bearing interest at the rate of one per
cent, per month, and also the sum of forty
aonars anu sixty-nve cents (40 65-100,)
costs ot suit, I have levied upon the follow
ing described tract or parcel of land, to wit:
All that certain piece or parcel of laud situ
ate m Liackamas County, btate of Oregon,
known and described on the plats and sur
veys ot tne U. B. as the iNorth YV est quarter
of section 24, T. 4,S. Range 1; E., containing
lbu acres more or less, togetner with the ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining, and 1 will proceed to sell
the same at public auction to the highest
bidder on Saturday, the 8th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 18(t, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said
day, at the Court House door in Oregon City,
State and County aforesaid, to satisfy said
execution and costs of sale.
WM. P. BURNS,
S:4w Sheriff' of Clackamas County.
Oregon City, Nov. 5th, 1S65.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE
closure ot mortgage, and execution duly
issued thereon in favor of Owen Wade and
against John B. Nelson and Clarissa Nelson,
for the sum of two hundred and eighty-four
dollars and eighteen cents, bearing interest
at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum,
and the sum of thirty-nine dollars and thirty
cents costs of suit, I have levied upon Ihe
following described tract or parcel of land
situated partly iu Clackamas county and
partly in Marion county, State of Oreg'on, to
wit : I tie east half ot the south west quarter
of section thirty-two in T. 5, S. R 1, E. of
the Wallamettc meridian, containing 320
acres, together with the appurtenances there
unto belonging or in any wise Ppp'ertaining,
and I will sell the same at public auction to
the highest bidder on Saturday, the 8th day
of December, A. D. 1868, at lu o'clcok a. m.
of said day, at the Court House door in said
count', to satisfy the above amounts and
costs of sale. WM. P. BURNS,
3: iw Sheriff of Clackamas County.
Oregon City, Nov. 5th; 180(3.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED EXECU
TOR of the estate of Rev. llezekiah
Johnson by the Hon. County Court of Clack
amas County, all persons haying claims
against the estate are required to present
them with the proper vouchers at my office,
in Oregon City, within six months from this
date, and those owing will make immediate
payment Yf. CAREY JOHNSON,
Oregon City, Nov. 10; 1SG5. 3:4w.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the PEOPLE'S TRANS
PORTATION CO. will be held at their office
in Salem on Thursday, Dec. 5, I860.
Salem, Oct. 29, 1860.
A. A. McCULLY, President.
S. T. Church, Secretary. 3:4w.
TT7O0U WANTED. Cord Wood taken
W in payment of Subscriptions to the
OkEGOX ClTT E-VTERPniSE.
Delivered at the
on the bluff, corner ot High and
NEW WORLD. -CASCADE.
Or WILSOX G. HUNT,
Capt. Joax Wolfe. ...... .Commander.
Will leave Portland daily, Sundays' excepted,
at 5 o'clock a. sr. for the Cascades, con
necting with the steanlers
Capt. Jbux McNclty Comma'nder.
For Dalles Through in one Day !
TEN I NO,
NEZ PERCES CIIIEF,
Capts. E. F. Coe, C. Felton-, J. H. Ghat and
Will leave Cehlo for Umatilla and Wallula
on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday of each week, at 5 a. m.
J. C. A I XS WORTH,
President O. S. N.
From and after Monday November 5th, 1SG6,
until further notice,
Wii. Smith Master.
J. T. Kerxs Purser.
Will make Tri-Weekly trips to Monticello,
via- Willamette Slough, leaving Portland
every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, at 7 o'clock a. m.
Frei'jlit and Passage at Opposition
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL
Will leate Portland tor Monticello ev.ery
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7
o'clock a. m., via Levis river.
President O. S. 3'. Co.
THE U. S. MAIL STEAMER
mm JOHN H. COUCH
Will leave Portland for Astoria and inter
mediate landings, on Monday and Friday of
each week, at b o clock a. m. Keturmng,
will leave Astoria on Tuesday and Saturday
at G A. ii. o; V. AI.S".VOUTH,
S:ly President O. S. X. Co.
What Cheer House,
Front Street, beticecn Morrison and Yamhill,
M. 6'COXIVOU; Proprietor,
"VXTOfJI'D respectfully inform his patrons
V V and the public generally that having
moved into his
NEW AND SPLENDID IIOTEL,
He is now prepared to accommodate any
number of persons with Board and Lodging.
Each Room is furnished with entirely
NEW FURNITURE, Carpeting, and French
Z'-i7" The Table is furnished with EVERY
THING THE MARKET AFFORDS.
The Proprietor would express himself
thankful for the continued patronage of the
people for j'ears, he would solicit the further
patronage of the public, assuring them that
no expense or labor will be spared in making
this house the most desirable and agreeable
Hotel in Oregon:
Good Fire Proof Safe for keeping Treasure,
Valuables, &c. This House is OPEN AT
ALL HOURS. Baggage brought from
Steamers Free of Charge. S-'ly.
PLUMIMG, G4S & STEAM
Ko. no First Street.
CS HAND AND CONSTANTLY
V ceiviug from the East
Cooking Ranges, Hot Water Boilers, Cop
per, Tin and Planished Bath Tubs; Square
and Angular Black Walnut Counter-Sunk
Marble Vash Stands ; Cold, and Hot and
Cold Water Showers ; Silver-Plated Basin
Cocks ; Marble Wash Basins ; Force and Lift
Pumps; Hydraulic Rams; Non-Freezing Hy
drants; Water Closets, &c , itc.
Persons wishing to introduce Cold,
or Hot and Cold Water into their premises,
either Plain or Ornamental, would do well
to give me a call;
Portland, October, 1 606.
3:ly C. II. MYERS.
Engineers and Others,
JUST received, a small lot of the cele
brated Scotch Tubes for Water Guages.
Also, the Largest itock ever offered be
fore in this city of sizes Wrought Iron
Pipes fron 1-S to i inch inside diameter;
Brass Cocks, T's, Elbows, Return Bends,
Nipples, Bushings, &c.
Constantly on hand, Steam Whistles,
Steam Guages, Water Guages, Governor
and Stop Valves, Throttle, Angle and Check
Valves, Guage Cocks, Air Cocks, and all
FOR STEAM, WATER AND GAS.
t3? Persons wishing any thing in the
above line, will do well to examine and
price my stock before sending 1o San Fran
cisco. C. II. MYERS,
. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting Estab
lishment, No. 110 First Street, Portland.
October, 1S6U. S:ly.
FERRY & FOSTER
Real Estate and Collecting
No. 56 Front Street, Corner of Washington,
r OVERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS,
JC Bonds, and Real hstate
sold on Commission.
Portland, Oct. ISO'i.
CHARMAN & BROTHER !
STILL ON HAND!!
After Thirteen Years Experience !
IN BUSINESS IN THIS CITY !
Under the old Motto !
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR Nu
merous customers that they have just
received from San Francisco one of the larg
est and best selected stocks of goods ever
offered in this market, consisting of
DRY GOODS, CLOTIIIXG,
PAINTS, OILS, ,
Together with a splendid assortment
BOOTS AND SHOES !
Of every description, all of the best
quality and latest styles. Also:
HATS AND CAFS !
Of all qualities and styles, besides
many other goods, too numerous to
Gents and Ladies Furnishing Goods
Kept Constantly on hand !
All of which we will sell at the very low
est price for cash, and we warrant satisfaction
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods!
Particular attention paid to Orders
From the Country !
Also; to Consignments of (Joods, and prompt
Returns Made for the Same !
It is our iut2ntion to deal with those who
favor us with their trade, in such a manner
as to secure their confidence and continued
patronage. Please give us a call at our new
store, on Main street, Oregon City.
2.1v CHARMAN & BRO.
lATENT MEDICINES of all kinds, kept
CHARM AX !b BRO.
"VTTALL PAPER. Window Curtains and
YV Paper shades, kept bv
VII ARM AX c& BRO.
TTULL Assortment of rope, nails, etc. for
JL- sale br
CHAR M AX db BRO,
j seives, etc:,
CHARM AX it BRO.
JOHN MYERS. JLAJJU H. C. MTEK3.
J. MYERS & BROTHER,
Oiesip Csisla Store !
Under the Court House, in, Oregon City.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Groceries, Hardware, etc., etc.,
Which they piropose to sell as cheap as any
J louse in UreGun.
Oregon City, October 23, I860. 2:ly
. L0GUS & ALBRIGHT,
fgEXGELSS8R MARKET !
Corner of Main and Fourth sts.,
Oregon City Oregon,
TAKE this method of informing the pub
lic that they keep constantly on hand
all kinds of fresh and salt meats, such as
BEEF, PORK, MUTTOX, VEAL,
CORXED- B EEF, PICKLED- PORK,
And everything else, to be found in their
line of business. LOG US & ALBRIGHT.
Oregon City, November 1, 18GS. 2.1y
ftew York Bakery!
F . C. IIORNUNU,
So. 1) Xorth Front Street,
KEEPS ON HAND a large assortment of
all kinds of Groceries and provisions
of superior quality, at low rates. Also, of
his own manufacture, all kinds of
CRACKERS, PILOT BREAD, PIES,
CAKES AXD BREAD !
Also, a choice lot of Russian Caviar, by the
package, to suit purchasers. Also, a fine lot
of OtD OTARD BR AXD Y, by the gallon.
Orders from the interior solicited,
and promptly attended to. 2.1y
Removed ! Removed !
The old and well known
D. MOXXASTES, Proprietor,
HAS NOT DISCONTINUED WORK!
but has been removed to Second street,
between Alder and Morrison streets, where
business will be conducted on as large a scale
as in years past. 2:ly
QuccnsJVare, Lamps, etc.
J . McHENKY,.
Importer of articles in the above line,
would invite the attention of purchasers to
his large stock now oh Hand.
91 iront street,
2:ly Portland, Oregon.
L. T. SCHULTZ,
Importer and dealer in
IVI Ii, nil UPjWiN O .
Musical Instruments, Stationery, Cutlery,
Fancy Goods, etc.
10G Front street Portland, Oregon.
Pianos and all other Musical Instruments
carefully tuned and repaired. 2:ly
Corner of Washington and Front sis.,
Pf. C. MATTIIIEUSEiV,
Of the St. XI CIIO LAS IIOTEL, Victoria,
having taken the above house, leishes to an
nounce to the public that he is now p re pared to
accommodate guests in, a satisfactory manner.
Xothing uill. be left undone, which is in the
power of the proprietor to do, to rendsr guests
comfortalde. 5:1 y
Dissolution of Partnership
All persons are notified that the
partnership of Elisha Kellogg & Co.,
of Milwaukie Clackamas County,
Oregon, is dissolved by the f'raudu
lent acts of C. M. Rohr, ono of the
partners, and that i will not be any
farther responsible for the acts of
! 2;3 EusnA Kellcgg.
OLD STAMPING GROtf ND.
S. ACKEEMAW !
Wishes to inform his Old Friesds,
and the public generally that he
has returned again o Oregon
City, where has
JUST OPEXED OXE of THE LARGEST
STOCKS OP DR Y GOODS !
Clothing ! Boots and Shoes !
HATS AND CArS!
Also a large and well selected stock of
Please give me a call. No trouble to
5F"I will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
Charman & Warner's eld brick store,
lylj . Main st., Oregon City,
N. B. All kinds of Produce bought.
"ill. BAMLOW I
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES !
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Cujis,
Crocker and Glassicare !
Provisions, Cutlery, Stationery !
Tobacco, Yankee Notions, and all
Ic i litis of Country Produce I
At the old stand on Main street, two
doors below the Woolen Eactory
Oregon City !
TIIE PROPRIETOR begs leave to call
the attention of his old friends and cus
tomers, as well as new ones, to bis extensive
assortment of goods, suitable to the require
ments of this market :
Will find him supplied with Sugar, Coffee,
Tea; Shovels, Spades, and Hoes, Salmon, etc.
Will find Saws; Hammers, Nails, and tools
of all kinds. .
Will nn2 Mill-saws, Cross-cut-saws axes, etc.
Will find Dress Goods, Trimmings, Hoops,
balmoral, shoes, ahdihose beautiful buttons.
Will find Toys, and EVERYBODY 'will find
something to charm the eye, to minister to
their wants, and afford them an opportunity
to spend their money to good advantage.
Given to the requirements of the Country
trade. My facilities enable me to trade with
farmers on liberal principles. Please give
me a call, before purchasing elsewhere,
lyl) WM. BARLOW.
C. W. POPE & Co.
Pumps, Iicad Pipe, Hose, etc.
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron tVare !
Main, Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly on hand a
good assortment of Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
OFFERED AT PORTLAND PRICES !
Our assortment in this line is large, and
will be found to embrace almost any desired
pattern including the
WESTERN E W PIRE,
GREAT REPUBLIC, .
BLACK KNIGHT, Ac.
Roofing and Jobbing of every description
done to order, in a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be fouud a good assortment of Hard
ware, Woodenware, etc.
Oregon City; Oct. 1S68.
C. M. KESTER,
(Main Street, Corner of Fourth,)
Oregon City ; Oregon
THE SUBSCRIBER has established, at
Oregon City, a
Adapted to the purpose of Supplying
the Trade with
Oregon Manufactured Goods! !
In the line of
READY MADE CLOTHING
WniCII WILL be furnished in Lots, at
wholesale or retail, to suit customers.
Having facilities to keep employed from
Thirty to Forty Operatives !
All orders can be filled on short notice.
C. M. KESTER.
Oregon Cily, October, 'jj, (y
WATER CURE LSTABL1SMEXT.
TO THE SICK
Cures Without the use of Medicines !
Fourceen Years in, San Francisco.
Pioneer Water C ti r e ?
"Dr. Bourne's Baths!1'
Perfect Cures Guaranteed, accofdin
to agreement m all cases.
For the Cure of
Neuralgia, Paralysis, Rheumatism, Bron
chitis, Consumption, (incipient) Pleurisy,
Fever and Ague, all other Fevers, Dropsy,
Erysipelas, Colds, Coughs, Oak Poisoning,
(for which Dr. Bourne'discovcred the only
scientific and cure,) Dyspepsia,"J)reams'
Sexual Weakness, the removal of Mercury
and all other Mineral Poisons, etc. The
methods adopted by Dr. Bourne are the
most pleasant, the safest, quickest and
most reliable ever devised. jgrSAVE
YOUR TIME, Comfort and Money, by
employing Dr. BOURNE. Consultations
FREE, by Mail or Express, or personally.
Send or call for a circular of recommenda
tions, references, certificates of cures, etc.
which are not bogus, but given by Wfll
known and responsible individuals". .
No. 10 MASONIC TEMPLE
Corner of Montgomery and Post Streets
, SAN FRANCISCO.
E5gT" Ehtrauce on Post street, adjoining
the Grand Portal.
Throughout this Coast a great deal of suf
fering is experienced from Rheumatism:
Weeks and even months of protracted and
aggravated misery is endured by the victims
of medical inefficiency and ignorance, which
could be cured just as speedily as was Mu:
Sparrow, whose tpstimony is given below,
and is only the echo of hundreds of other
cases. Dr. Bourne cures without medi
cines, which accounts for his extraordinary
success. No. 10, Masonic Temple, Post
Street entrance i - .
. . San Fr vncisco, Sept. 6, 1 SO P. .
Dr. .Bourne : Last Winter t was nearly
dead, by an attack of inflammatory rheuma
tism. "I suffered the most excruciating
pains for about five weeks, without any hope
of relief, when a friend hearing of my illness,
called to see me, and assured me that if I
would stop "drugging and dosing" and go
to you, that you "would have me walking
about the streets in three days. Sure enough,
although I was utterly helpless, and con
veved to your house in a carriage, and car
ried into it by three stout men, and by them
lifted into the bath, yet, on coming out of it.
I largely assisted myselr, aoiug mucn to
wards" dressing, and", without assistance,
walked from the bath to the carriage. On
the fourth day I discharged my carriage ana
walked, with a friend's aid, the entire dis
tance to your house (nearly a mile) and
home again, and so on until cured. I felt
mvsclf a well man. And now I am happy
to" do you this little service, of publicly cer:
tifying to the simple truth, leaving it to do
its work among my friends arid acquaint
ances as may chance to see this.
Y'our .friend, . .
An Interesting Letter.
Very few persons, even among physicians;
would have been willing upon any terms to
have been in the condition of the writer of
the following letter on the 14th of February
last. I will anticipate somewhat his report -of
the facts by saying that on the 15th of
August he made me a visit, " the very pic
ture of good health." Time, which tries
and proves all things, has sufficiently tested
this case, and shown that neither relapse nor
collapse have followed, the cure is perfect,
and can be cited anions the scores of similar
cases the result of my improved modu of
treating diseases without medicine.
G. M. BOURNE,
Water Cure Physician,
No. 10, Masonic Temple, Post street.
Sacramento, April 30, 18C5.
Dr. G. M. Bourne Dear Sir : It. is with
pleasure and satisfaction that 1 now let you
know of my good health. Looking back
upon what lhave passed through, it seems
as if I had been lilted from the grave, and I
think it my duty to acknowledge to you and
the world the benefit I derived froji water
treatment as administered by you in your
celebrated baths. It was in August lSG-i,
when disease developed itself with a severe
cough. I then took medicines, getting
worse with chills, fevers, loss of strength,
and was pronounced consumptive. This
set me to thinking, and finally 1 determined
to leave my business and go to' the Sandwich
Islands, having been informed that I could
not be cured here. I went to San Francisco,
and while waitinsr for a ship called upon Dr:
Bourne, who stated that a trip to the islands
would probably result disastrously, was
wholly unnecessary, as I could be speedily
cured at his establishment. I placed myself
under his treatment, and in one week was
so much improved I thought I could risk re
turning home and do my duty as Engineer
on 1he Central Pacific Railroad. The Doc
tor objected, but I thought I knew better,
and returned to duty. In about two weeks
my cough returned, and I kept getting
worse, and contrary to Dr. Bourne's lnjunt-T
tion never to take medicine again, committed
that folly, and soon was so completely run
down that 1 could scarcely walk; so, as it
last resort, I concluded once more to try tho
Water Cure. I went to San Francisco few
of my friends expecting me to return; in
fact I thought my return doubtful. On ar
riving at Dr. Bourne's establishment (Feb.
14, 1S05) I was not able to get into the bath
without assistance; but in a tew days I begail
to recover myself again. I remained with
him only six weeks, when I felt a " wiser
and better man," without the aid of medi
cine. I have bow been at. work, several
weeks, and find that I am gaining every da.v
and at present bid fair to be stouter than
ever before. Persons visiting the Doctor's
establishment find it just what it should be;
both iu the Ladies' and Gentlen en's Depart
ments, and I cannot say too mucn in praise
of the Doctor's kind attentions to his pa
tients. This letter I write for the benefit of all tho
afflicted, to be used as the Doctor decides;
and should it be the means of directing any
to his care and treatment who (as they as
suredly will) find relief, I will be paid for
my trouble. JAMES CAMPBELL,
Engineer Central Pacific Railroad.
San Fiiancisco, Aug.- 22, 18G5. ...
Advised bv the undersigned, Mr. James
Campbell, of the Central Pacific Railroad;,
(who was then iu a most deplorable state of
ill health) placed himself under the care of
Dr. Bourne, tile Water Cure Physician.
Some six months ofterward he visited the
city, when I accidentally met him at Dr.
Bourne's establishment, and am happy to
say, restored to the enjoyment of good
health, and in fine spirits.
gT Dr. Bourne treats all diseases of tho
throat, chest and lungs which includes dip
theria, bronchitis, incipient consumption
pleurisy, croup, etc., with great success
Great relief is afforded m advanced stages of
consumption. Rheumatism, paralysis, nen
ralgia, fever and ague, dropsy, etc , etc., are
also cured quickly, pleasantly aiid econom
ically. No medicine whatever.
Dr. Bourne takes the liberty to publish the
above as many persons had " prophesied his
relapse into his former condition, on return
ing to his duties, of the writer of an " Inter
esting Letter," Whose statements concerning
the cure of a weil defined case of consump
tion have recently attracted so much atten
tion to the Water Cure, as improved upon
and practised by Dr. Bourne. This addi
tional testimony must prove satisfactory to
all reasonable minds. It should be remem
bered that Dr. Bourne uses no medicine
whatever, aud that his patients almost uni
versally are those who failed to receive re
lief from the medical practitioners ; yet they
are cured with great rapidity, and in a pleas;
ant and agreeable manner. No. 10, Masonic
Temple; Post street entrance; tt '