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- AXI COUXTY.
Dedication'- Mr. J. ji. uacon ot tbis
'.L. vgjjjjr present at the interesting cere
s' i incident A.0 the dedication of the
fjkc brick hall of Spencer Butte Lodge
IxT 9 I- - - F- at uSene Cliy on the
Klfj Speaks in high terms of praise for
& manner in which the fraternity there
Shvkled to make their guests feel at home.
T famishes us with a brief syrtopsis of
Kg certtnonies, which were conducted by
iG. M. J- T. Bloomfield. The procession
tgLi formed at 4 o'clock p. m.. at Masonic
mill, andom thence marched to the (urt
w;f. where aery able address' was de-Jjut-KJ.
by Rev. Dr. Wythe, alter which
' los ti&new ba? wnere the ceremony of-f
llicaaon was goue uiruugu wiui-in aue
fejra- There we present : the members
f' Spencer Butte Lodge, together with
iSkiit twenty sisters of the Rebecca De
jple ; about fifteen members of Harrison
,Igjotwo members of Barniun Lodge
tf0. 7 ; one member from Chemeketa Lodge
pi 1 ; one member om Oregon Lodge
Ki 3- After the dedication the lady raem-
of spencer Jiutte i.odge, presented to
Jjhfmekfta Lodge. No. 1 a splendid cake,
a he form of a cone about two feet high,
gntiaounted by a beautiful doll, dressed in
fix rorriiliaof a sister of the Rebecca De-
tr0L: and otherwise appropriately decorat-
Qj 111" JIIUSlUlrtHUll (lUUlt3 OO HSDJJVIHA'
4 j ) by Kev. Dr. Wythe. The members
ia v'itnrs were then invited to a sumn-
A))iK',om underneath the hall, where the gestion some twenty new names have
JW Kiauiy im u auu s S e been added tQ the Ust f th
.X,nrrlfl 11 1Wr( hlfrhlV nlfflfil -r , . , , .
Itfucularly the visitors with the enter
llDment iPoiTL.TroN- of Oregon? City. if?. J. M.
(Kre, City Recorder, has just completed
le'annual school census of this city, in
jrebrdance with exiting ordinance. He
p':gone,a little farther, and obtained the
kaot number of residents we have all to
jethfr. classified according to age and sex
Ft-tnalcd , 457
Total number of voters
I Total No. between i and 20.
: - ()
. . .393
: A' si'(iOESTio.v. After a late fire in
ack:ivilie the Sentinel offered the fol
twiiig suggestion : Although we have no
igalarly organized lire department in
lis phk'e. we have hooks, ladders, buck
6, '!. etc., all placed conveniently d
impactl v on a truck ; and it seems to us
at' the first and most sensible thing to
l -iiie in cast; of (ire. would be to run
e truck to the scene of action, instead of
flag si: i' re without anything with which
fwcrk." fhis lead us to suggest that as
er0 is no regularly organized fire de
irtnient in ttiis city, it would possibly be
great advantage 6)r the place to be as
ill supplied as J&ksonviile, at least.
Th:: IIo'kr. We learn by the Corvallis
f'e that during the late high water the
nnel of the Upper Willamette changed
lajderably. On the lGthapt. Miller,
thit- steamer Enterprise, returned to Cor
W after failing to reach either Lancas
fdr frigene City, in consequence of the
age in the channel and formation of
& About six miles below Eugene City
$9 ind only ten inchesoof water. IIow
H smct tii;lt ticie hew channels have
W explored, and boats are now making
It reirular trips.
H . o
p Having. The old maxim, "a pjnny
, H is two pence earned,' should meet
p. t very literal observance by everv
(hiespeeially in dull tii&s. A few days
fie: wi- ulserved a man grappling m
glitters of our streets for rags. Once
taiised they were saved, washed, and
a-keted. This process would keep nian
Id Jut of je p utters.o Boys in Portland
4 it profuablto colhjct'old tin boxes.
is,Tmd boifles. wbch are disposed of at
tfcoda and t,e Turpentine works of that
Jwa:usujR. Oa Thursday last Mr. Clark
0 eemnan entered our office bearing a
;kar' with ' strange device," which,
mtlosnr inspection, (gyoved to " issue'7
to fiie celebrated Excelsior Soda Works
Kallard & Stevens, Portland. Notwith
admgthe winter has betaj so mild as to
elude the possibility of 14ying in a store
Ce for summer use in Oregon, Ballard &
Fens will be able to supply the State
aitaies, with cooling beyei-ages from
Jashlk Work. Mr. A. J. Monroe, of
Sin, has long given satisfactory eviden
Jojlie fublic of (Js abilities to perfect
t-bl work, hence no particular conient
B QF will be necessary to introduce him
oepeople here. Ills card appears in
thQ' column to-day, and to all who de
atrythiag in tlgt iine, we say : patron-au-t
cmx AeivE. Mr. W. SStevens. of the
UBl 11 short visit on Wednesday. Mr.
s oue nme under sentence of death
R hands of the celestials, in the Flow
Jungdom, butQhrough the interposi
Of the American Minister was not be
ted with honors," and is now among
pae of the live young men of Oregon!
fcsQMe Seumox. Rev. I. tTdh,.
M.E.nrchonhw city, will preach
lorroT, morning at the usual hour, unon
tects portainSg to Masonry. He lately
vered a lecture before the Lodge of
city which was said to be very inter
ag and we presume his sermon to
tow will partly be a reiteration of the
NPV- Mr. J. AbrahamQn, of
fi c (John Day,) called upon
nnn? the week. AY'e learn from him t)Barrett of Portland
wu 'asou 01 ibbt in tbat region will
f profitable as to more than maintain
:jast excellence of thjse camps for
tocjD.Tht? modern "Razor Strop
J ' siidthe "Scissors Grinder." have
eea about town within the past few
"iuivmu:s m their bumble
' , , i ' Ior un.v lu-an to eompla
mettnng to j. ork at.
AS0c.-Ae were favored with a call
CMT. A. AY. FerguSun of the Dalles, a
SaS-of'V Hr- F' Worthy
wauiK,n b nt":. a 1,1 to this
connected with the
ie Commissioner of the Genemi T ,
8 has snbmi'. 1 y-"-iieral Land
enas submitted to the Secretirv rf
ntenor.two lists of selects ofQ 1
regon under the 500 Sffi ofind
t amounting to 116.1 in the f
strict, and 75.U1 in ffe?
TnE Oregon Crrr Brass Bam). At the
regular meeting of Oregon Lodge No. 3.
I. O. O. F., eld at the hall of the Lodge
in this city on Wednesday evening, Febru
ary 20th, 1867, aommittee was appointed
to draft resolutions expressive of the sense
of the members, for the kindness shown
the Order by thg, Oregon City Bras3 Band
on the occasion of the festivities of the
16th. The following was adopted :
Hall of Oregon Lodge IS'o. 3, I. O. O. F., )
February 27th, 1S67. f
Whereas; The Oregon City Brass Band
having kindly volunteered their services to
enliven the public ceremonies of our Order
on the occasion of the fraternal visit of Sa
maritan Lodse No. 2. and Hassa'o Lod
150L O. O. F. of Portland, with Orego.
Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F., at Oregon City
February 16th, 1867. Therefore,-
Resolved, That their action' is entitled to
special consideration ; and that public ac
knowledgment of the favor is due to the
members of the Band. '
Resolved, That inasmuch as we recognize
in the individual members of the Oregon
City Brass Band the elements of worth, be
iol from the rank and file of the most wor
thy young men, and citizens of our place,
that we reconunend their encouragement in
the praiseworthy organization they have ef
fected, and lend our united efforts to their
Resolved. That a convof thpsp rfitntinnc
be presented to the Band, and a copy furnish-
cu " "-ouu v-iijr jiArtsnusK ior puulica
uon. w v . f. Ucits-s,
a. d. EPPERSON', A. J. Marshall,
Excocragixg, During the past week
fcous supper, prepared for them in the uul ""-'uus naving actea upon our sug-
- i 1 e' i.. l ; i t
subscribers. Let the srood work fro on
let us be encouraged in our pursuits, and
we shall be the better able to encourage
others in their pursuits. "Help one
another" is a good maxim. Mr. R. M.
i orter will act as agent tor us in AY ashing-
a. ..... ..v.iuj
toa and Yamhill counties. All who have
not paid for the paper, who get it at the
vymv, u iiuo j Will COUlCl cl lO-VUi I
by doing so. Postmaster Kelly will fur- t
nisn receipts 10 sucii as cannot call m
person at our office. AY'e should very
much like to form the acquaintance of all
... .....i. vjuuiiuiuiui,i. Ul Ult 1
our county readers, and wi.- invite them to
efl II linCltl HQ Vi I
Grain for Exhibition:. Isaac Newton,
Commissioner of the Department of Agri
culture, desires that small packages of the
finest samples of the best varieties of grain
products should be forwarded, by mail, in
packages of two pounds or less, each dis
tinctly narked with name, donor, local
name, and county and State" in which it
was grown, for exhibition at the Paris Ex
position. Such packages, addressed to
the Commissioner of Agi&ulture, can be
sent without postage from any' post office
in the United States. Time js short, and
the packages should be sent by the next
mail. The Exposition opens on"the let of
The Daij.es. There is certainly no
more enterprising community' upon this
coast, in proper proportion, than the com
munity of Dalles City, Oregon. Those
people have done a great deal toward
opening communication wih the mountain
towns, and notwithstanding the apparent
drawbacks' they have received, they are
yet w'orking for the same purposes which
actuated them in 1862-'o3. AVe had a
pleasant visit a few days since with Mr. D.
Felsenheld. of the firm of II. Herman &
Co... and also Mr. tfos. Elfet of Elfet
Brothers, Dalles. These gentlemen speak
hopefully of matters in Eastern Oregon.
A Sai Bereavement. Miss Ermina A.
Holmesryoungest daughter of AY'm. L. and
M. A. Holmes, o this city, died of dip
theria at St. Mary's Academy, Portland,
on Tuesday, the 2Cth, aged" 16 years. 10
months, and 18 days. The O. S.N. Com
pany's steamer Julia arrived here with the
remains and bereaved friends on Thurs
day at about 11 o'clock, a. m., and the
funeral will take place to-day at the resi
dence of the family", at 3 o'clock p. m.
Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Statistical. From statistics published
in the Victoria Colonist, w-e learn that Ore
gon sent to that port, from Jan. 1st to Nov.
15th, 1866. produce and goods to the
amount of $0!?,510. During the whole
year, Victoria shipped to Oregon only the
value of S35.567, showing a difference in
fayta; of Oregon of $33,973. The exports
from British Columbia to the United States
in 1866 was less by $55,362 than in 1?6 1.
Thus it will be seen, we are gaining stead
ilyr on our Northern neighbor in the ad
vantages of trade.
Another AYrooLE.v Mill Co. A dispatch
from Jacksonville to the Oregmian says :
The Brogue River Valley AA'oolen Manu
facturing Company have filed articles of
incorporation. Theij; place of business is
Ashland, Jackson county, Oregon. The
capital stock is $30,000. The incorpora
tors are James T. Glenn. R. B. Hargadine.
John Ji Ross. J. B. AVristev. Jas. Thornton,
John II. AY'alker, J. B. McCall, and M.
Fixe Horses. Waterloo, the famous
OIpa!rv. StevenvPortlaud. paid our high bred stallion, now owned by J. L
Barlow of this city, will be in town during
court week, when farmers and others who
have a pride for a noble animal, will be
able to see him. Mr. S. AY". Mos' Pacific.
the best son of Timoleon, may be seen at
his .stable on Third street, almost Anytime
from thU until July 1st.
Pretty IIeavt? A friend at Portland
perpetrates the following. If it isn't cor
rect we " R-Sole-ed " AY"hy is a manu
facturing city like Oregon City more in
need of sanitary" measures to prevent chol
era than a commercial city like Portland ?
Because ol-facfories are natural media and
avenues for bad smells.'
Correction-. AA'e think there must have
been a mistake when we gave Maj. StraJ.:
man that huge puff it belongs to Charles
He is the man whn
can give you anything in the book or pa
per line you want. He will send the Trib
une Almanac for 1867 postpaid, to any ad
dress for 25 cents.
AA'ashed Away. AA'e are informed that
the dam at Moore's mill on ' the Tualatin
river, was washed awav dnrincr th Wo
freshet. Moore's mill i clunwi
k in h Hnv- ls Pcarce!y worth j fivf miles above the mouth of the Tuala
iln j tin, in this county.
Private Scaooi. AY'e are pleased to
state that the private school of Mrs. Van
der Green, on Main street, is in a flourish
ing condition, and promises entire success,
both to the instructor and pupils.
A San Francisco dispatch of the 22d
states that from midnight Jast night until
iato this afternoon, there was not a mo
ment's lull in the rain, which poured down
in torrents. This evening it is raining
more lightly with strong west winds.
AprorNT.MEXT. Gov. Woods has ap
pointed John Tripp Judge of Tillamook
county, vice Samuel Speer, deceased.
Welcomed. The Tribune says wheu the
steamer 2iew World arrives at Olympia
there will be a difference in Eteamboating
on the Sound. She will be a welcome a
M. K. Cliurtii. Morning services at
T?k2-AM- Ev"ening services at 7 p. s. I.
L. Driver, Pastor.
Congregational Chuicli Morning
services at 10 1-2 a. m. Evening services at
7 p. ji. P. js. Knight, Pastor.
St. Paul's Episcopal Cliurcli, the Rev.
J. W. Sellwood, pastor. Services on Sun
day at 10 1-2 a. it. and 7 p. sr. Sunday
school at 2 p. sr.
C'lmrcli of the Sacred Htart of Jesus
(Catholic.) Rev. Odillon VtonderGreen,
oeiuct's on ounaav at in 1-2 1
and at 4 p. sr.
rsunaay scnool at S p. si.
Goort Times Again Everywhere thro'
out Oregon and the adjacent- Territories,
we hear of busy preparations for good times
again. Barman Brothers have taken advant
age of the moment, as usual, and are on
hand in their new store, corner of Front and
Alder streets, Portland, with a superb stock
of clothing, gents' furnishing goods, etc.,
to which additions ave being made by every
At Home Again. The numerous pat
rons of the Premium Artist of Oregon, Mr.
Joseph Buchtel, will be pleased to learn that
Buchtel & Cardwell's Photograph Gallery, so
long and favorably known, . 89 First street,
Portland, has again passed into the hands ot
Mr. Buchtel, who is now Proprietor aud Op
erator. He has recently returned from San
Fraifcisco, with all the latest styles known to
the art, at,d hence is prepared to give the
utmost satisfaction. AA'hen at Portland re
gardless of the weather call upon. Buchtel,
at his old stand. (Ho
The Reward for Surratt. Some in-
- -1. .1 .-iin; run ULJiiidll. OUllIC 111-
quiry having been made about the amount
of money to be paid for the arrest of John
II. Surratt, it is worth while to call at ten-
ion to the fact that the order offering a
eward for his canture was revoked bv
the President sometime; late in the fall of
J-U.tf. 1 n u ttllt-dSU Ultei O lH It
Department knew- be had nrnn tn T,?Trer
lfeoo. lwo months at least after the State
r.nnl in,l .... i'
pooland some weeks after, information
was sent to our Consul at that point to do
nothing towards effecting his arrest. He
chantje. AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. II. Hiehsis!
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Leal Estate, Groceries, General Merchandize-
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer.
At Private Sale.
English lief ned Ear and Bundle iron;
" Square and Octagon Cast steel;
Hor se SJiocs, Files, Hasps, 'Saws;
Screws, Fry-Pans, Shctt Iron, E. G. Iran; .
A Large assortment of Groceries arid Liquors.
A. 13. Richardson, Auctioneer.
MIS CULL A NEO US.
WELLING HOUSE TO RENT!
In Oregon Citv. Terms reasonable.
16.tf .Apply to JOS I). LOCET.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR, SALE :
BRAN AND CHICKEN FEED !
Kf" Parties wanting feed must furnish
their sacks. IS.Sm
To the People of Clackamas, Mullno-m-an.,
Yamhill and Washington Counties:
The people of the above 'named counties
are requested to meet at the Court House in
Oregon City, March 19(3!,
at 7 o'clock P. M.,for the purpose of organ
izing an Agricultural Society,
By order of AVM. ELLIOTT,
Vice President Clackamas Go. Ag. Sody.
TTtTE HAVE JUST PRINTED IN
T V good form, with clear type, upon
the best quality of paper, a full set of Justice's
Court, blanks, which will be sold as low as
the same can be procured elsewhere in thbi
State. U. C. IRELAND,
Pufilisher Oregon City Enterprise.
CAN EM AH STORE!
JAMES M0RFITT & CO.,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC Es
pecially of Canemah, that thev have
established a Store at that place, where thev
will keep on hand a well assorted stock of
Merchandise and Groceries.
which will be sold at reasonable rates, for the
purpose of establishing permanently such a
necessity at Canemah. " Try us. (ly
Valuable Land for Sale.
1AA ACRES situated on the East side of
XVU the Willamette river, 2 1-2 miles
below Oregon City, and nearly opposite the
new Iron Works. Also:
H i C ACRES adjoining Oregon City
JLjmj on the south, and :
8 "T ACRES lying north east, and adjoining
the Oregon City Claim. Also:
Two Desirable Lots
for residences, with newly built dwelling
houses thereon, situated in Oregon City.
Any and all of the above tracts of land can
be purchased on easy terms, bv applying to
7:Sm ' ' ABEL EUDY,
Or Johnson & MeCowu, Oregon City.
Monmouth. - - : . Oregon.
Chartered A. D. 1S65.
Eld. L. L. Rowland, A. B., of Bethany Col
lege. President, and Professor of the
Classics, Belles-Letter and Ethics.
Dr. X. Hi nsox. A. M., of New York City
University, Professor of Mathematics
and Natural Science.
Assi-ssed Iry an abte co-rps of Professors and
THE AIM OF THIS INSTITUTION IS
thoroughness, and logical, mental disci
pline ; realizing that the obvious want of our
schools, no less than the true object of the
real Educationist, is critical training and
thorough intellectual and moral development.
A Normal Department, organized upon the
most approved models, with particular ref
erence to qualifying scholars as teachers, is
in successful operation.
Tuition-. Collegiate Department, 11 00 :
Academic $9 00: Higher English 7 '00 :
French, Spanish and Hebrew, "each 4 00:
Instrumental Music .$12 O0 use of Piano Z.
The Trustees of the Collese and the Chris
tian Brotherhood, are resolved to make this
institution second to none in the State in the
promotion of the true interests of education
aiad the formation of ripe scholarship.
The College year commences on ihe first
Monday of September, and closes the third of
July. (27) A. W. LUCAS, Sec'y pi Board.
PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE.
Persons having business in Portland are ad
vised to note tbe following firms.
THE NATIONAL COLLEGE
BUSIXESS AXD COMMERCE !
Corner of ALDER and FRONT streets,
P OB TLAXD OP. EG OK.
THIS COLLEGE RANKS FIRST ON THE
Coast, and offers advantages for acquir
ing a Practical Business Education, superior
to any other school.
The Course of Instruction
Is conducted on the plan of the best Com
mercial Colleg.es in Eur ope and the Atlantic
Theory and Practice,
By means of Banks and Business offices, thus
familiarizing the Student with all the dif
ferent kinds of Business in the shortest
possible time, and least expense.
The Easiness Course
Embraces Book-keepintr,by single and double
entry, Penmanship, "Commercial Calcula
tions, Correspondence, Commercial Law,
Actual Business, Lectures on Accounts,
Business Customs, Mercantile Ethics, &c.
Scholarships, embracing the wholo TJvusi
ness Course, Regular and Special Lec
tures, time unlimited, with privilege of
reviewing at any future day. . ." $50.
Students enter any time. There are no va
cations. For further particulars address
the President, or call at the College.
M. K. LAUDENSLAGER, President.
II. M. DeFRANCE, Secretary. S:Sm
H. P. CRAMER & CO.,
r -.j-j w try it -rrk
BOOK BIN DE R S
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Ro. ." "Vas5iingtoii Street,
' PORTLAND, OREGON.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORM
ing the public that we have bought
the Book Binding Establishment heretofore
carried on by WM. SIEBERT & CO., and
are now prepared to continue the business
la all its branches. ' ' .
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
any desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
tended to. II. P. CRAMER &, CO.
Portland, Oct. 1SGS. .. 52
W I L L A M ETTE
IRON WORKS COMPANY !
fra North Front aud E sts..
La r I M.'jfiiin.ii
"'-Sa T At -S
BOILER BUI LDERS.
THESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and cliiCiently.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, a3 Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years iiives
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purposes. We are prepared to exe
cute orders lor all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS I
QUARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING PUMPS ! !
&C, &C, &C.
Manvfaeture and Pep air Machinery of all
kinds. WON SHUTTER WORK at San
Francisco ast and .freight. Wheeler & Ran
dalls Patent Grinder and Amalgamator.
P'inbar's and Steven's Self Adjusting Patent
Piston Packing, either applied to oil ometo
it-earn cylinders. Quartz Stumpers, Shoes and
d-ies, if the best hard iron. Z:y
PLUHBLTC, (US & STEAM
JVo. 110 First Street,
ON HAND AND CONSTANTLY RE
ceiving from the East
Cooking Ranges, Hot Water Boilers, Cop
per, Tin and Planished Bath Tubs; Square
and Angular Black Walnut Counter-Sunk
Marble Wash Stands ; Cold, and Hot and
Cold Water Showers; Silver-Plated Basin
Cocks ; Marble Wash Basins ; Force and Lift
Pumps; Hydraulic Rams; Non-Freezin-Hydrants
; Water Closets, &c , &c. 0
'j 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, 1S66.
3:ly C. n. MYERS.
Engineers and Others,
JUST received, a small lot of the cele
brated Scotch Tubes for Water Guages.
Also, 'the Largest Stock ever offered be
fore in this city of all sizes Wrought Iron
Pipes fron 1-8 to 4 inch inside diameter
Brass Cocks, T's,' Elbows, Return Bends!
Nipples, Bushings, A'c.
Constantly on hand, Steam Whistles,
Steam Guages, Water Guages, Governor
and Stop Valves, Throttle, Anarte and Check
aiyes, Guage Cocks, Air Cocks, and all
FOtt STEA3I, WATER AIVD GAS.
ST Persons wishing any thing in the
above line, will do well to examine and
price my stock before sending 1o San Fran-
C1,- - C. H. MYERS,
I lumbmg. Gas and Steam Fitting Estab
lishment, No. 110 First Street, Portland
October, 1866. g-i-
HIGGEIS &, GO'S
Home Manufactured Soap.
N AND AFTER JANUARY 1st, 167
we will sell our .1- rx - '
rales, for CASH, only F : - 10il0WlQg
P VTT V CA 1 r-
Per 100 Boxes, or over, at" $1 45 per Box.
H2 " 1 50 " "
1 55 "
40 Bars, 3 lb.
2o " 19 1b. 1
T!TE warrant our Soap to be eoual to any
t mii i-iiii uc iiiiporrea, and su
perior to many brands that" are offered m
this market, HIGGINS t CO."'
' No. 8 Front street, 1 block north O.' S. N.
Portland, -Janu.y 1, 1S67. ll:ly
PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE,
Persons having business in Portland are ad
vised to note the following firms.
J. n. MITCHELL.
J. S. DOLfH. .
Mitchell, Dolph & Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Solicitors in Chancery, and Proc
tors in Admiralty.
gT Office over the old Post Office, Front
street, Portland, Oregon. (iT)
W. LAIR BILL.
M . r. VCLKET.
HILL & BIULKEY,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS
TT7"IBL both b.e found hereafter at their
V V Office on the corner of Front and
Alder Streets, Portland, Oregon. lyr.
JAS. I. DALT.
W. S. STETEXS.
DALY & STEVENS.
Heal Estate Brokers, Collectors, and
OJice First floor Vaughn's brick, corner of
Morrison and Front streets, Portland, O.
ST Particular attention given to the ad
justment of accounts. Legal and ofcher doc
uments transcribed at 3bort notice. (12tf
C. P. FERRY,
Late FERRY & FOSTER,)
3E3K JH-EI LJ9 E5ft a- JSJjL. o
No. S6 Front Street, Corner of Washington,
Agent North British and Mercantile
And Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
OVERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS,
Or Bonds, and Real Estate bought and
sold on Commission. "3:2 y
E. G. RAItfDALL,
IMPORTER ANu DEALER IK
Sheet Music, and Musical Merchandise of
all kinds. Sole Agent in Oregon for
Mason Si Hamlin's
CELEBRATED CABINET OJIGAX I
St tin way & Son's
GOIiD MEDAL PI A JVO FORTES I
First street, next door to the Post Office,
Portland Oregon. ' T4:ly
A. G. BRADFORD,
Front Stiect, Povtluncl, Oregon,
IMPORTER AKD DEALER IK
Wines and Liquors,
Sole Agent in Oregon, and Washington
Territory, for the Golden State Cham paigk,
manufactured by Hoffman, Finke & Co.,
from California grapes. f-l'-lj
Successor to G. W. Vaughn,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Iron and Steel,
Blacksmiths' , Miners'' and Mechanics
Tools, Plows, Reapers, Mowers,
Threshers and Agricultural
No. 116 front.
mar30 Corner of Morrison st., Portland.
The subscribers have
REMOVED THEIR EKTIRE STOCK OF
TO THEIR OWN
New, ami Commodious Sales Rooms,
67 First street, near Salmon street,
WHERE, WITH AMPLE ROOM, THEY
they now invite the attention Of the
public to a largku and better assortment
than ever presented before, and, although
situated a little away from th center of
trade, still, with lessened expenses, and
goods from eastern manufacturers direct,
they feel confident that it will repay purchas
ers to give them a call.
HURGREN & SHINDLER.
Portland, Nov. 15th, IS06. 4:tf
Fifteen Years in Oregon.
S, J. M'CORMICK,
Pioneer Bookseller and Pablisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as many new ones as may
not be acquainted witn the fact) that he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(exactlt opposite mount kood)
Where he is prepared to. furnish
INSTRUCTION BOOKS for all kinds of
CIIURCM MUSIC BOOKS,
BASS, VIO, GUITAR and VIOLIN
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, ' .
And every other article in tke above line.
HAYING LEASED THE ABOYE nOTEL
is prepared to accommodate the public
in us good style as any house on the coast.
IIe has determined to make tbe Bennett as
good as the best, and better than any public
house in Salem. Charges moderate.
JUSTICES' BLANKS-, of every descrip
tion, for sale at the Exterpkise office,.
PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE
Persons having business in Portland are ad
vised to note the following firms.
127 Front Street, : : Portland,
TNYITES ATTENTION OF CASH BUY-
ers to his new stock of
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Just opened, and which be offers at unusually
Family Dry Goods. 8-4 and 10-4 bleach
ed Sheeting, Pillow cs Cottons, White mar
seilles Quilts. White Blankets, Crib Quilts,
Winceys, Poplins, Red, Orange and white
Flannels, Turkish Towels, Iluckabuk and
Damask Towels, Table Linen cloth," Table
and Piano covers,Oregon cloths and tweeds
English Pilot cloth and Broadcloth, Cloak
ings, etc., etc.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods for
Men and Boys. Fine Beaver Coats, Yests
and Pants, "Reversible and Beaver Sack
Overcoats, Black Doe Pants, A'elvet and
Ca3simere Yests, Oregon Cassimere 1'ants,
Seqarlet knit wpol undershirts and drawers,
Merino do., Shaker flannel do'., Linen B
, shirts, Boys merino undershirts, ties, scarfs
Gloves, Cotton and Woolen socks, Alexan
der Kid gloves, New style Hats, Mens' and
Boys' Navy Caps, Silk Umbrellas, Rubber
Overshoes, etc., etc. '
TjaiHoa "ml Cliltlrens' Fnrnislilng
Goods. Ladies' Merino Undershirts and
Drawers, French Corsetts, Balmoral skirts,
While ribbed hose, Square wool shawls,
Long shawls and bhick Cashmere shawls,
FinyBroche shawls, Breakfast shawls, knit
Alexandras, Hoods, Nubias, Misses' meri
no vests, Balmoral hose, Gloves and gaunt
leU, Childrens' gloves and mits, Lace hand
kerchiefs, Embroidered do., Plain linen do.
Hemmed and stitched do. '
Fancy and 1Vliite Goods. Clnny and
veienciennes laces, Embroidered jaconet,
Edgings, Insertings and Bauds, Tatting,
Buiiiing, Trimmings, Gimp and cords, but
tons, hair nets and rolls, Nainsook, Swiss
Jaconet, Victoria Lawns, Berlin Knitting
iarn, .epnyr embroidery, Canvass and
Eatterns, Machine Sewing'silk, Cotton and
inen, etc., etc.
Every Article is Mar'ked in Plain
figures with its retail price.
127 Front street, opposite the Wh it
Cheer House, Portland.
13. W. COMIIETT,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
American and English
Also : BOOTS and SHOES
No. 3 Front street, corner of Oak, Portland.
Building Hardicare, Carpenters' and
Joiners'' Tools, Cutlery, Saddlery
Hardicare, Springs and Axels, and
Agricultural Implements !
Direct from England, selectdd expressly
for this Market.
Powder, Lead, and S
Having had an EXPERIENCED AGENT in
New York, who attends exclusively to
purchasing and forwarding Goods for me,
I am enabled to obtain them direct from
the Manufacturers, at the lowest rates,
and to offer superior inducements to
Importers 8t Wholesale Grocers,
74 FRONT STREE T,
r OODS SOLD FOR CASH AT A SMALL
JT advance upon
SAJt FRA3VCISCO JOBBI1G PRICES!
Would thank merchants visiting the city to
price their stock before purchasing. 14.1y
THE BEST SELECTION
And largest assortment of
, Ladies' Gents', Misses', Boys'
BOOTS and SHOES.
Can be had at the PHILADELPHIA BOOT
AND SHOE STORE, No. 112 Front street,
Portland, opposite Walter Bros. Car-pet store
where hew goods of the latest styles are re
ceived by every steamer, direct from the sast
enabling us to sell cheaper than any other
store iu ths city. KAST & CAIIALIN
112 Front street, Portland.
L. C. MILLARD.
MILLARD & VAN schuyver,
Successors o Ladd, Reed & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
PO'flEIGSAXD DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Also: Sash, Doors. and Blinds. .
Xo. 73 FROXT STREET,
14 ly .Portland, Oregon.
QueenslVare, Lamps, etc.
Importer of articles in the above ''ne,
would invite the attention of purchasers to
his large stock now on hand.
' U4 Front street,
2:ly Portland, Oregon.
" L. T. SCHULTZ,
-Importer and dealer in-
Musical Instruments, Stationery, Cutlery,
Fancy Goods, etc.
106 Front street , .Portland, Oregon.
Pianos and all other Musical Instruments
carefully tuned and repaired. 1 2:ly
iiicSU 9. 1QJ
Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
ZJ" Plans, Specifications, and accurate
working drawings prepared on short notice
after the latest approved stle; " ' " " (v
PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE.
Persons having business in Portland are ad-
vised to note the following firms.
"H. A. ALDRICE. J. C. MERRILL. JOHJf M'CEAKEV.
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL& CO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
AGENTS OF THE , CALIFORNIA,
Hawaiian and Oiegop Packet Lines.
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Coffee,
Rice, and Pulu. ' ' '
Agents for Provost's Co.'s Preserved
Fruits. Yegetables, Pickles and Vinegar.
Dealers in Hour, Grain, Bacon,' Lard &
Fruit, Lime, Cement and Plaster." !
Will attend to the Purchase, Sate or Ship
ment of Merchandise or Produce in New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland.
ALDRICII, MERRILL & CO.,
Nos 204 and 206 California Street,
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
1G North Front Street, Portland.
Island Sugar-and Molasses.
KEGS ISLAND SUGAR;
150 BBLS. ISLAND MOLASSES,
ex-Bark ELDR1DGE, and for
sale by M'CRAKEN, MERRILL. & CO.
MEUSSDORFFER & BRO.j
Manufacturers and Ttnnnrtj rf
And Wholesale and Rttad Dealers
AND HATTER'S MATERIALS,
No. 72 Front street, Portland Oregon.
Are receiving, in addition to their extensive
stock, by every steamer, all .the latest styles
of New York, London and Parisian taste for
gentlemen's and children's wear, which they
will sell cheaper taan any other house op
the Pacific "coasts
B. S. Hats of every style and description
made to order, also nsatly repaired. 18y
Sew York Bakery!
F. C. HOKNUNG,
No. i North Front Street,
Portland , . , . Oregon,
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 AND BREAD!
Also, a choice lot of Russian Caviar, by thlr)
package, to suit purchasers. Also, a fine lot
of OJJJ OTARD BRANDY, by the gallon.
Orders from the interior solicited,
and promptly attended to. 2.1y -
(Late LINCOLN HOUSE,)
3Vo. 81 Front street, Portland Orf gjn.
L. P. W. QUIMBY, Proprietor,
Late of Western Hotel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
State, newly furnished, and if will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comfortable." The Baggage. Wagon will al
ways be found at the landing on the arrival
of steamships and river boats, carrving bag
gage free of charge. tlT.ly
Removed I Removed !
The old and well known
D. MONNASTES, Proprietor..
PORTLAND. . . . ; . . . .OREGON,
HAS NOT DISCONTINUED WORK!
but has been removed to Second street,
between Alder and Morrison streets, where
business will be conducted ou a3 large a scale
as in years past. ' 2:ly
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And Great 'Blood Purifier
IN EYERY PROGRESSIVE SCIENCE
periods arrive when a new direction is
imparted to its course. These epochs pro
ceed from ' discovery of new facts shedding
a light which changes the whole aspect of the
science. The present is an epoch of this
kind, and this "great remedy now offered to
the public, iu connection with the theory on
which it is based, is destined to effect an en
tire revolution in the treatment ot the dls
eases of"' ' .
Scrofula and King's Evil I
by eradicating the disease entirely from the
blood. The Fountain of Life is composed
entirely of vegetable extracts ; it contains no
mercury or other m neral substances.
Tbe proprietor and discoverer of this sov
ereign remedy challenges the world to furnish
"anything, from the days of JEsculapius to
the present time, in the arcana of Medical
Science, which can vie with or excel, the ia
innsic properties ot this threat Jilood Puri
fier. Its value has been tested with the hap
piest effect in the most obstinate cases of
Scrofula, that baffled the skill ot the most
eminent physicians in the world.- No matter
what form the dreadful disease of Scrofvla
and King's Evil may have assumed, it can in
no way be more sifely aud certainly arrested
in its progress than by using'Henley's Great
Blood Purifier. Thousands have been swept
into the grave, who, had they made a timely
use of the Fountain of Life, might now be
enjoying the blessings of health. It requires
an article of real merit, and intrinsic value',
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public experiment the Fountain of Life has
stood the test trial, and not been found
DR. 1IENLEY guarantees to cure any case
of Scrofula or King's Evil in tbe world, and
eradicate tbe disease entirely from the system
or no charge made provided they will secure
him his pay' when the cure is made.
For Reference: I would refer you to L. L.
Peck of Portland, Mrs. Walter Moflitt, and
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effect it had in a short time, in cases that had
bafiiewl the skill of phvsician3 for years. ; "v
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The above medicines are for sale by Bell Jt
Parker, and Charmah Bros., Oregon City. (17
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Perry Davis' Vegetable Pain Killer!
Wonderful Cure of the'Hev. D. L. Drayton
Missionary in India, icho was stung by
.Extract from his letter, published in the.
Baptist Missionary Magazine:
"For tbe first time since I have been in In-,
dia, I have been stung by a scorpion. I went
put this morning to my exercises, as usual,",
at early dawn, p.nd having occasion to use
an old box, ou taking off the cover I put my
hand on a scorpion, which immediately re,
sented the insult by thrusting its sting into
the palm of my band. The instantaneous-'
aud severe pain which, darted, through the,
system is quite incredible; what an awfully
"U ulent poison their sting must contain ! I
FLEW TO MY BOTTLE OF DAVIS i'AIX iWLLEM
and found it to be true to its name; after
moment's relief, I saturated a small piece of
sponge, bound it on my hand and went about'
my exercises, feeling no more particular in-,
convenience. . (31
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Warning and Instruction for Young' Metf
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. SKILLED HOUGHTON r
81) Howard Association, PhUadelphit, Psu