Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1866-1868, September 21, 1867, Image 3

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    grijc iDccfchi (enterprise.
-roWS ASD tOl'XTY.
Learning Something. Those represen
tatives of the Flowery Kingdom who ply
their nefarious vocation upon the princi
pal streets of Portland, and have long
proved a stench to the nostrils of respecta
ble folks, occasionally branch out into
&ihcr parts of the Slate, it seems, but if
ttfev are no more successful elsewhere than
tlit'V have "been in Oregon City, it is not
much wonder that Portland is preferable
to their class. On Monday last two of the
abandoned women, and one rascally look-In-
whelp of the masculine gender, were
proper! v arraigned before Justice Moore,
who with his usual dispatch, sent them up
the man to work on the streets, and the
w-oiPa to await in j til. They have prob
ably learned by this time that to donned
yeh in the house of a capitalist, will not
guarantee them perfect security in their
criminal practices here.
A Si'leniho Gnot p Picture. The Ore
gonian thus refers to one of a cumber of
pictures lately sent by us to the Art Gal
lery of V. T. Shamihan. Portland, for
embellishment: " In the show window of
31 r. V. T. Shanalan"3 Music and Art (JaS
lerv may be seen a large stetd plate picture
of the "Authors of the Uti'ded States."
,'i'he group comprises 47 persons, every
one of whose names is as familiar as hou.se
hold word. V.'e doubt if any country in
the world can present in one group so
many authors of any age, with whose per
sonal and intellectual appearance so little
fault could be found. There is absolutely
Ql f ingle head in the group which does
not snow a very large development of the
front and top brain. The picture is one
which would'adorn tin most richly hung
Vail in tWi world." We know of no per-
eon i;i ice l uu o.mes i-nu eun sei a
picture 'f to better advantage than Mr.
iShunahan.
The Xkw Si-kakkr. The model of tho
new steamboat building at Canemah, by
the P. T. Company, is considered the finest
(-for speed of any thing en the river, r.nd
will be adapted to run on the lowest
idage of water. The upper river, ns far
as Albany, has been cleaned ent and i;n
O proved. So that the En'erprisc and Echo
make regular rips to Alb vny. The K-mo
on her last trip beat ti;e stage from S.tlem
to Canemah a long way. Cuptain A. S.
Miller, and Purser C. E. Church, you may
reckon, are hard to beat, even by the
stages.
Saute The salutes fired in this city
(Qlasi Tuesday, about the time of the ar
rival of be Senator, vsvra not, as some
supposed, i:i honor of the arrival of t!:e
org-w-Rfiudist and Ids suite nor. Indeed,
of any other distill "pushed personages,
but the sounds proceeded from the rocks
in the vicinity of the city, where parties
are blasting for various objects mainly
t.7 rein-ive a few rough crags that hi; re to
ft -re interfered with the nets of Kulmon
fishermen, vliei ra-'tking a good draw.
The FmsT Siuaskr. A here has been
more or less speculation as to which was
the first river sleamboat on this coast.
Wo have discovered in an old scrap book.
n account of the construction and first
trip of the Ebcard Eccvtt. on the Sacra
mento, built by the Edward Everett gold
mining company of Ioro.-n. who reached
the coast in a snip railed Ehrir.l IN'rt'J.
in May or June. let'!. This was probably
th? first stcvtiivr. She is described as r.
scow, propelled by steam, wkh side
wheels.
I.n:rr.v."r. The success of any country
depends upon its power to manufacture
r.nd produce. If we manufacture nothing,
und import everything, we of course g:-t
poor consequently, it behoove.' the en
tire community to buy furniture of Levy
& h'echheir.UT. and btippnrt h ;:)' ni m;i
fac litre. Th.s s.inm applies to leather,
soap, etc., consequently ail persons slum!.!
reeoii ect that Thomas Armstrong, uf Mil
waukie. and Iliggir.s & Co., of Portland,
deserve to be supported.
, The IlEuans. An exchange has the
following: "An serial steam navigation
company has been formed at San Fran
cisco, and has constructed an air s'eamer
which holds 14.o:)." cubic feet of gas and
an engine, boilers, etc.. the whole weigh
ing 1,171 pounds. The craft is made and
braced strongly, and is sieered in horfl'ght
by a rudder twelve feet long." What a
denuding sentence that last one is. We
rondr when she was steered bv that
rudder 12 feet long.
A Xi;w Clmiu:.
We observe that Mr. C. ;
O. T. William? has taken
up his quarters
fit the store of Mr. I. Selling, and will in
future devote his time and attention to
waiting upon the customers of that estab
lishment. Mr. W. is very affable as a
gentleuiin, and will undoubtedlv be a
valuable assistant to Mr. Selling. The
latter gentleman will shortly leave for
San Francisco, to lay in a large winter
stock of goods.
Pnourie. Below Oregon City, towards
Ore.veo.an old sou- is to be seen that late
ly furnished her owner with a ,'ine start in
her line, as she brought forth '.)S little pigs
in one litter. They were all alive. w hen
our informant saw them. Albany Journal.
That's nothing to speak of. The same
sow has since daily brought forth double
that number of pigs, each about the weight
of an ordinary stock hog.
TiE Basin. The basin extension at this
city has been built up from two to four
timbers higher, and filled with rock, mak
ing it one of the most extensive, massive,
and complete woiks of the kind in the
State, if not on the const. This hr.pregiia
blo breastwork now extends nearly to
Canemah, making it impossible for a boat
io get. out of tb' channel, as it is above
iigh water mark.
ConnuxG. Our worthy friend Hon. W.
Carey Johnson, returned from Salem on
Wednesday. Last week we thought to
ask him how courting went, up at the cap
ital, in comparison to ? Ah. h-un ;
well, he says courting at Salem is of about
the same variety as in Oregon City. Here
MM have both the question and the answer-
V no is it? -Some person, about the
fie and age of John G. Campbell. Esq., is
in the habit of frequently leaving upon,
our table s mi of the very choicest fruit
extant. We'll bet that he is no more ap
preciative than we arc so. that make3 it
an even thing.
Oi.D Walks. It is gratifying to see the
iro.-k oDnaklng new side walks oa Main
streets so generally entered into. The
old walks have become very unsafe, and
not a little unwholesome. These improve
ment will cause our city to wear very
much of a Metropolitan appearance.
O "
n ANTED. Wnbelb've in the r-rirtrinlo of
live an 1 let live-
-hence we say to any of
ur subscribers.
recome subscribers that we will take in
iymont for the ExTEnrnE, at cash rates,
'utter. egg, meat, vegetables, wood, flour,
, ,,"-it. etc.. etc., ad libitum.
Memorial Discourse. Bev. Mr. St or.
of Trinity Church, Portland, will preach
'"I'anlCiapd, in this city, morning
find evening to-morrow. The morning
, v ""1S w"i be a memorial
Lisaap Scott,
sermon on
New Ferky Boat. The new ferry boat
this city has been successfully launched,
and proves io b5 among tbe best of that
e.cs of craft, -
An Open Iicltcr.
Oi'.koox City. Oregon,
September 17th, lbo7. )
Tcmrh.Riclardson it Co.:
Z7 awl ZrJ Nassau st.. New Tori:
Gents : Your circular, without date, is
before me. Your project merits ray en
dorsement, and In answer allow me to
say. that
Tus Weekly Enterprise is devoted
more to the development of the resources
of Oregon.and attracting emigration Lithe;
of that class of people who will become
permanent citizens, than it is to advocating
the measures of any particular political
party, or religious sect. It has a circula
tion generally throughout Oregon and the
adjacent Territories was est blu-hed in
October, IS'ttG and has a flattering busi
ness promise in the future.
Terms $3.00 per anuum ; $2.00 for six
months; $1.00 for three months, (ia ad
vance.) Size, 32 columns Advertisements taken
at the rate of $120.00 per column, yearly,
p ay able cj u a r t e r ly.
Oregon City is located upon the right
bank of the Willamette river, at what is
known as the Willamette Falls, and is des
tined to become a second Lowell or Law
rence, on account of Us natural water
power, which is second to nono in the
world.
The finest body of arable land upon the
Pacific slope, (the Willamette Valley,)
begins at a point but a few miles above
Oregon City, and is accessible by steameis
of 200 tons, and more, at all seasons. The
chief mart, (Portland), accessible by the
largest class of steamships and ocean pack
ets in genera! use, is but 12 miles below
us and midway between this latter place
and Oregon City, lies Oswego, the site of
the Oregon Iron Smelting Works, in the
heart of an inexhaustible iron mining re
region. There are at present, in Oregon City,
Woolen, Flouring. Paper, and Lumbering
Mil's, Wagon and Carriage manufactories,
Foundry and Boiler shops, Barrel and
Sack Factories, and yet but a mere fraction
of the space available to capital in such
pursuits, is tenanted.
We have at present no Banking" Houses
here, excepting the ollice of Wells, Fargo
& Company, through whom we are in daily
communication with Portland and San
Francisco.
There are no other Publications issued
ia Oregon City, at present. It may not be
without interest to you. however, for me
to state in this connection, that Oregon
City Is the oldest American settlement upon
the Pacific coast, and that the first printing
of newspapers executed upon the coast
was performed in this place, dating on
Thursday. February oth 1S15, by Mr. John
Fleming, who is still a resident of the city
and engaged in the book trade. The name
given this pioneer Journal was the Oregon
Spectator. The type, press and materials,
were owned by a company styled the
" Oregon Printing Association."
Very Repee'f idly ".,
D. C. Ill ML AND,
Eulll'uer Orejon City Enltrprixs.
Pkjisoxau We spent a pleasant hour
on Tucs lay last with U. S. Assessor Fraxer.
of Portland, and Mr. Al. P. Elicit, of the
firm of A. B. Eifelt & Co. Mr. Frazer has
proven himself, by his business qualified
to give good opinions upon industrial
subjects, and his judgment, with us, goes
a good ways. It is his idea that to day
Oregon presents better inducements, for
all classes of people, than any other part
of America, and hence v.'e must say no
place is to be compared to it. It is well
known to our readers that Mr. Eifelt is
about to leivethe State. lie leaves m
with many deep regrets. His long con
nection with business firms in Oregon h is
endeared him to very many people, in
deed, and were it not for the change that
has taken place in the style of his firm
doing business, on a more enlarged scale,
he would not go from Portland to remain.
BuiiNitn Out. We regret to learn, by a
private letter from Eev. John Howard, of
Tillamook, that on the Cth inst. his house
and all its contents, were destroyed bv fire,
This loss leaves his family without a house
and destitute of clothing. Those who
know the circumstances of Mr. Howard
will see the necessity of sending him aid
immediately. To be burned out. in a new
neighborhood, with a wife and children, is
a much greater calamity than to meet with
a similar loss in an old' settlement. Rev.
W. I. Cosper. of this city, will attend to
forwarding anything that may be contrib
uted for the relief of Ihe family. Any ar
ticle in tho line of clothing, or that may
be useful in the house, would be received
thankfully.
Festivals. Within the space of ten
days three festivals have been held at the
Court House in this city. The first, given
as a benefit, by tl e ladies to the Clackamas
Base Ball Club, is spoken of as being a
very pleasant affair. On Monday even
ing the pupils of the select school of Miss
Harvey gave a supper, and retted a
handsome sum to be devoted to the pur
chase ot a piano. Last evening the la
dies gave a benefit to the Congregational
Church. The only fault we have to find,
in respect to all ot this is with our humble
pelf business has prevented our attend
ance at any of the gatherings, although
we have been ticketed to each such is
the life of an Editor, who 53 Printer.
Devil and all.
Pewter Coin We were caught the other
day ia endeavoring to get rid of a pewter
half probably some of the late Portland
mint production and while the boys'"
thought they had a good joke on us. we
turned asid'e to consider the subject.
Counterfeits are no new thing. So long
ago as live hundred years before Chrit,
Greek and Koman coins were counterfeit
ed, and some of the counterfeits have come
down to the prcseut day. But it is doubt
f ill if there were ever so many counterfeits
as now, not of money alone, but of nearly
everything we use.
F:::e. On Saturday morning last, at an
early hour, the dry house of Mr. T. Bart
let t, on the west side, was discovered to
b on fire. It contained several hundred
pounds of" fruit, in various stages of pres
ervation, but the fire soon destroyed it ail,
together with two plows that had been
put away for further use. Mr. Bartlett is
engaged in rebuilding, and probably next
week wili go on with his operations as
usual.
Wells. This part of Christendom Las
partly gone wild over the question of
water, if we are to judge by the excava
tions in an around the city, after water.
Besides the works of the Water Company
Mr. D. J. S'over has several contracts for
wells, one of which at Green Point goes
through quick sand lor a distance of near
ly fiSty feet.
DIED. In this city, on Monday. Sept. lbih,
after a snort illness, MARY J., con
so: t of WILLIAM FRANKLIN, aged 19
vears.
If von wish the very best Cabinet Photo
gjuphs, you must call oa B&adli-t & Kelof
Eor. 429 "Montgomery ftreot, San Francisco.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Dr. IIostetterV Stomach Bit
ters. The operation of this palatable rem
edy upon the stomach, liver and excretory
organs is singularly soothing and conserva
tive. It regulates, recruits, and purities
toem. Dyspepsia in all its forms yields to
its control and invigorating properties, and
it is recommended to mothers, enfeebled bv
the cares and duties of maternity, as th'e
safest and best reniedv thev can probablv
use. In all the crisis of female bfe it wiil be
found eminently useful, and e'ideilv persons
will derive much more benefit from it than
from ordinarv s-timulants. Sold bv the dru-
liOUUE, CALKF A CO., Agents,
Portland, Oregon.
35:tf
DE.
KUEELAND'S
CFLEBii ATED
SWISS ST0HAGH BITTERS,
TRY
IT
TRY
IT i
The best Purifier of the Blood !
A Pleasant Tonic !
A very Agreeable Drink !
Unsurpassed for acting surely but
gently on the secretions of the kid
neys, bowels, stomach and liver !
For sale at all wholesale and retail liquor
drug, and grocery stores.
XOBODT SHOULD DE WITHOUT IT
J. O. Fmscu, Proprietor.
Taylor & Bexdkl, Sola Agents,
Sf.ly) 413 Clay si., San Francisco
North American S. S. Co.
OPPOSITION
To New York, via Nicaragua,
Through Ahead of the Mail!
Shortest and only Healthy Route !
Will dispatch the fat and favorite steamship
AMERICA,
Capt. Wakeman- Coinm anding.
For SAX JUAX DEL SUE. Xicarajua.
From Mission street whar f at 12 o'clock, M.,
SATURDAY. - OCTOP.KRoth.18G7,
COXXECTIXG AT GEEVTOUX
With the Fast and Favorite Steamship
S AIT TI AG O !
2,500 Tons. For XE IF TURK.
?to cipeme on the Isthmui. 10: lbs.
I5ae;c;r;f t?i ce. An experienced Surgeon
on board ; Medicine and attendance free.
As there is Yellow Ptvtr nor ot licr
EpIJmi-; in Nicaragua, Passengers by
TJii-i lioitle will not be detained by Quar
invSine in Stw York.
li" For further information noplv to
I. W. P.AVMON'D, Agent
X W cor. Pine and Battery Ms., up stairs,
47. Id San Francisco.
1851 1857
L J. N0P,tB0? & G9-,
OFFER FOIt SALE
LOW
Ti it ill crs' lit rrfwi: re
Tool.
an'!- Carj'icntcrs'
I II i f ts"
Tools.
('opcrx uitd Tanners 7'oocf,
jir.i"j and Farmers Tools,
Mill and Cross Cut Salt:,
Ship and Slcamhr.al 1 ' trdicarr,
Tjrt J'ifci', Oakum, Ours, Packing,
Jifanilli and Hemp Cord:tge,
Anclicrs, JJlacks and Slier: ccs,
Vo'cdcr, d'ns:', Shot, Lead and Caps,
VSvoden ll'urs, Ta-incs and fJrushcs.
IRON
A N D
Bhicksnii'lis Ocods, C;ndrland Cord, Put
nam, New York and Ci itiin se Nails,
Malleable Nuts and Irons for )-.r-giesand
Wagons; Wagon Skeins
and Iron Axles, nil sizes.
WAGON TIMBER.
IIuU, So-A.c!e, P-fei and Shu ft, Lent
Ran, Siturd Felloes, 1:, dec.
Agcnti Tor A. S. UiiUKlir & Co., Wire
ltoji 7Za lM2i.it l U: ITS.
257" Circulars furnished on application.
Our facilities for purchasing goods in the
Eastern MaHets binir of a superior charac
ter, we are enabled to ofi'er goods in our line
at as low rates as they ca;i be purchased in
this market. We call the attention of deal
ers to our stock, which comprises the mo.-t
complete and extensive assortment of goods
in this line ever o tiered in this mar ket.
P. J. NOllTIlRUP & Cv.,
1 C I Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
May ISth, 1S.'7. "Sn:Sm
ll. " WTCO R B ETfG07
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH
HARDWARE,
Also : BOOTS and SHOES
No. fS Front street, corner of Oak, Portland.
Building Hardware, Carjpntcrs' and
Joiners Tools, Cuilry, Stddlery
Hardware, Savings and Axels, and
mack-smiths' Tools,
Agricultural Implements !
MIXING TOOLS!
ENGLISH II ARE W ARE !
Direct from England, selected expressly
for this Market.
V o w i e k, Lead, and Shot!
Having had an EXPEItinXCED AGENT m
New Yo:k, who attends exclusively to
purchasing and forwarding Goods for me,
I ani enabled to obtain them c'ireet from
the Manufacturers, at the lowest rates,
and to (itl'er superior inducements to
purchasers. (!4:ly
Iatlasimiel TSrwIebst
a.;
o
g
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
Harness, Saddles, Saddlery
Ware, &c, &e.
And r very thing afipertaining to the
Trade.
lf.WX kinds of Carriage Trimmincr clone
to order. !.tf
Island Sugar and Molasses.
2,500
KEGS ISLAND SUGAR ;
1.30 TJBLFv ISLAND MOLASSES,
cx-Honoluln Packet, and for
M'CKAKLN, MERRILL !: 00.
sale by
MISCELLANEO US.
3IACK HATCH,
DENTISTS,
The patronage of those desiring First Class
Operations, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in 'ill cases guaranteed.
N. 15. XitrouH Oxyde administered for tin
Painless Extraction of Teeth. Also : tin
L'hujotene Spray used for those who prefer it.
Office t 'oriur of Washington and From
streets, Portland. Entra'jce on Warddngtoi
street.
cms. uonoE. .ciias. e. caleF. .ceo. w. sxeli
KOrGS, CALE? c Co.,
DEALEKS IN
DRUGS and MEDICINES.
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARXISIIES, EE USEES, PAIXTERS'
Materials, and Druggists' Sundries.
67 Front Street,
Portland, Oregon.
G5.)
JUST OPENING
AT Til 3
NEW STORES
Nos. ISO to 172
FIRST - STREET,
I'OIlTIJ..V.VI, .
KOBOBEN SHiNDLER 1
.
FURNITURE direct from Eastern Manufac
turers. Complete assortment. The
Trade supplied on liberal tern s.
rUEU AND OTHER MATERIALS FOR
Redding.
TIIREE-WHFEI.EI) CII I LDRX'S CARS, at
unusually low rates.
IMPERIAL FILLING anew, clastic, and
pare article for inatrass-'s. (r.4.tf
CITY IIAKIHtY !
2d A LY STREET, OR EG OX CITE,
BARLOW & FULLER,
(Successors to Wortman Sheppard,)
Keep constantly oti hand
C A K E S! PIES! D II E A D!
And Cracker of till kinds !
Orders ia tills Lino will meet with
FE0SIPT ATTENTION !
BAR LOW & FULLER
Also keep on hand all kinds of
FAMILY GliOCFUIKrf !
AND ntOYISlONS !
STKA M BOAT STORES!
And all Arti'dt-s um'H for Culinary
Purposes !
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUOK.S AM) TOIJACCO !
By the Case, or at ret all !
Attoiition is a!so ii reeled tn t ho f.ct
that Milnx'y (dse sell- the
FAMOUS G LEA SON CHEESE !
in fJIIOUT!
Farmers and the loiblie irer orally, are in
vited to call at the City Bak'-rv, where the
truth vd! be made apparent to it our stock' i?
compute, and oar prices reasonable.' All
kinds of produce taken in exchaiur''' for
goods. BARLOW &. FULLER.
Oregon City. Jan. fth, Viu.
OREGON CITY
WOOLEN MAKHFAGTURiN8
C0 3! I A n Y.
rI'IIE ABOVE COMl'NAY ARE XOW
I producing aqnality of
woolen mom
AVIHCn AKE
Superior to any ever before offered
on the Pacific Coast !
Comprising
CASSIMEMES,
TWEEDS.
HARD TIMES,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
YAUN, etc.
Using only the best grades of Wool.
The above goods are offered to the trade
on the mosf. favorable terms. AM orders
will meet with prompt attention.
Address : R. JACOB, Agent,
So. Cm) Oregon Citv, Oregon.
Or L. WHITE & BRO.Agents'at Portland.
LINCOLN BAKERY!
West Siilc I.Idin Street,
Oregon City Oregon.
L. 331 LLEE, Proprietor.
HAVING REMOVED INTO M
NEW BUILDI IT Gf !;
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC TII VT
stdi continue the manufacture of
BREAD,
PIES,
CAKES,
I'l LOT BREAD,
Boston, Butter, Sngrirand Soda
C 'Li J C K El-iS,
it-c, C-c., iOc.
In addition to which 1 will keep constantly
on hand a large stock ol the best staple and
FAMILY GH0C2HIE3,
PHOVISIOKS, &c.
I am also agent for the celebrated nursery
aUF LOWER GARDEN!
of II. M1LLLR, Vnhvaitkie, and am prepared
to supply orders tor Flowers and Shrubbery
at the N in serv prices.
1:1 v L. DILLFR
Administrator's Notice.
In the Dainty Court i f Clackamas County,
State nf Oregon :
IN THE MATTER OF THL ESTATE OF
James W. Ford, deceased. Ezra Stout,
Administrator of said estate, having hied
his tinal account and petition, praing for a
settlement of the ?amc, and it appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court that said estate
has been fully administered upon, it was or
dered that Monday, the 7th day of October,
lbt'7. be tixed as the day for the hearing of
objections to snch final account, and the set
tlement thereof, at which time ail persons
interested can appear before the Judge of
the above named Court at Oregon City, and
make their objections, if thev have anv,
Bv order ol" W. T. MATLOCK,
4.0) CvftrJy Judy,
Spten-ter "d, 1SC7.
MIS CEL LANEO US.
HOSTETTER'S
CELEBRATED STOMACH
A Pure and Powerful- Tonio,
Coneclive aiul Alterative, of wonder
ful t;i:tacy ill diseases of ( lie
STOMACH, LIVER AND
BOWELS.
PltCTEC'l IV: I'HOPEIiTIES.
'revents Fever and A jae and L'lliious Re
mittent Fevers : fortdi.s the svsteiu
a-.nust ii;ismu and the evil ell'ects
of unwholesome water ; invigor
ates the organs oi digestion
i.nd the bowels;
feteatlies tle Serves ml tcntls to Pro
long; Jjitt .
1L 1 KOPERTiES.
Ciircs Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Sick and
Nervous lleadaehe, General Debility,
Nervousness, Depression of Spi its,
Constipation, Colic, Intermit
tent Fevcis, Sea Sickness,
Cramps and Spasms,
and all complaints of either sex
arising liom Roddy Weakness, whether
inherent in the system or
PRODUCED 11V SPECIAL CAUSES.
"VTOTlilXG Til AT IS NOT WIIOLE
Jji some, srcnial, and restorative in its na
ture, enters into the composition of HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH HITTERS. This
popular preparation contains no mineral of
any kind : no deadly botanical element; no
fiery excitant ; but is a. combination of the
extracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants,
widi the purest r.nd mildest of all diilusive
stimulants.
The week stomach is rapidly invigorated,
and the appetite restored by this tonic, and
hence it '.vol ks wuiidcrs in cases of Dyspepsia,
and in less confirmed funis of Indigestion.
Acting as a gentle ami painless aprient, as
welt as upon the liver, it also invariably re
lieves the Constipation superinduced by ir
regular action of the digestive and secretive
organs.
Persons of feeble habit, liable to Nervous
Attacks, Lowncss of Spirits, and Fits of
Laugu'ir, find prompt, and perniauieut relief
from the Hitters. The testimony on this
point is conclusive, and from both sexes.
As a Genuine Tonic, HOSTETTER'S BIT
TERS produce effects which must beexpeii
enced or witnessed before thev can be fullv
appreciated. In cases ot Constitutional
Weakness, Premature Decay, and Debiht-.
and Decrepitude arising from old Kge, it ex
ercises the electric influence. In the conva
lescent stages oi all diseases it operates as a
delightful iuvig.iraut. When the povcrs of
nature are relaxed, it operates to re-enforce
and re-establish them.
Last, but not least, it is the only safe stim
ulant, being manufactured from sound and
inactions materials, and entirely free from
the acrid element present more or less in
all the ordinarv :oj-.ie and stomachics ol the
dav. SOI.') EVERVWilERE.
ii. in.iu, A.r.i-;!;' iit t;., A nts,
.":t.f. J Portland, Oregon.
AND
LOW PRICES!
Corner of Main and Third stretis.
OREO OX CI TV.
riIIANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, AND
A. hoj n r J'r & e.mtin'sance of the Runic,
would invite the at ten t ion id" the public to
his Pirge n.ck now in store, consisting of
fancy r..;d .-t.i'-le
DRY (iOODS,
FURNISH IX Cr GOODS,
K E A 1 ! Y M A DE CLOTHING
LOOTS AN D snoiiS.
ii ATS AND OA I'S.
VALK. LS. TRUNKS.
AN D UMBRELLAS!
Groceries-. Crorkory ,( 'lass mul Plated
Ware, P.iii.ts, O.ls, Limps,
itks, ChiuiiK.'v niul Uun.crs !
ILirJirare, Cutlery, etc, etc,
Being Hundreds of Other Articles I
Tuo mruicroui t t Mention !
t-7"? Call and examine for yourself. I tak
pleasure in showing goods, and customei s
will lind t!ie articles at reasonable figures
for cash or produce. I. SEIddNO.
Corner store, opposite she
o-y Tin and tiove store.
Fumilj I,ye Colosvy.
Patente 1 October lr.th, ls!;?.
. PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, light Grrcn,
Dark Blue, Marcnla,
Eghl nine. Maize,
French .Blue, Maroon,
CI.: rc I Brown , Ora nyr.
Dark Dnncn, Pink,
Light Brown Purple,
Snnjf Brown, Royal Purple,
Ch er ry, Salm on ,
Crimson, Scarlet,
Dark Drab, SLite,
Light Drab, Soil' rino,
Fawn Deed), Violet,
Yelliv, I'g'il Fa ten Drab.
IOH I3VICi; SliYSi:,
Woolen and .Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, Cloves, Honnets,
Utts, Feathers, Children's Clothiiijr,
And all Iiii.l of Wi'2 1 i n Apimicl.
A Eavinfj cf Eighty per Cent.
For 2," cents you nn color as many goods
.is would otherwise cost five times that sum.
Various shades can be produced from the
same dye. The process is simple, and any
one can use the dye with perfect success.
Diiections in English, French and German
outside of each package.
HOWE A STEVENS,
iV l'.road'vav, Doston.
For sale by SMITH A DAVIS, Portland
Oregon. "
A. JLlOVlt',
M A I X S T R E E T ,
AT THE: TELEGuAPII OFFICE!
Oregon City, Oregon.
DEALKIt IN
IIN'K ClflAPS. TOD C0O,
1 SNUFF, PI PES,
WJNK.S AND LIQUORS.
CENTS FUUNlStlING GOODS,
POCKET CUTLERY,
PORT MONIES. PURSES,
STATIONERY.
COMES AND PRUSITES.
01NA?dEN"iS. TOYS, DOLLS,
FANCY GOODS.
WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE,
QANKKE NOTIONS, &c. &c.
I invite special attention to my stock
of liquors, which is wai ranted to be as g od
as any in ttie State.
A. LEVY.
Ju!y2rth, Iter. "!.
Administrator's Notice.
In the Count; Court of Clackamas County.
Sta'e of (he'on :
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
Alba A. Lyman, deceased. James P.
Cason, Administrator of said estate Lavipg
tiled his fitil uccount in said estate, praying
a final settlement of the saaie ; therefore,
notice is hereby given to all persons inter
ested in said estate, that said application will
be heard and determined: by the Curt, at
the Court house in Oregon citv, on Monday,
the 7th day of Octot?er, 137, at wiiieh time
all persons interest. u can appear and ii ako
their ocjeciioi; tu .-;-d acouiit, if they have
anv. W. T- MATLOCK, CWy J-dyf.
Dated Sept- li".
REDES'GTOX dt C'O.'S COLUMN.
REDINGTON A: COJB
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
flnis Valuable preparation, containing in
JL a highly concentrated form all the prop
erties of the Jamaica 0nger, has become one
of the most popular domestic remedies for all
diseases of the stomach and digestive organs.
As a tonic it will be fonnd invaluable to all
persons recovering from debility, wheihei
produced by fever or otherwise, for whilst t
imparts to the systeir? all the glnw and vigo;
that can be produced by w ine or brandy, it
entirely free from the reactionary cii'ects
follow the use ot spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for females
who suffer from difficult menstruation, giving
almost immediate relief lo the spasms that so
frequently accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to nausea, caused
by sea-sickness, etc. It isalsu TalJiable as an
externa! application for Gout, Hhenmatism,
Neuralgia, etc. KELLNGTON A CO.
27.lv I Sole Agents for the Paeiiic Coast.
"MARTHA WASHINOTQ!"
HAIR "RESTORER.
Trust none other, howe'or pleasant,
None can do what this hr.s done
Try it always keep it present
Use the Martha Washington.
IT "'.VIIL, IitZEI THE IIAIil
IT
IS
NOT
A
BYE.
Ssofi untl glossy C'liitMge It to
Its Original Color Prevent its
railing out "lake oltl lieacls
looli jouii ,g n nil tlo nil that is
expected of a genuine, good,
Hair Ftrstorer.
I1EDISGTO.V Zi Co., Agents,
San Francisco-
" MARTHA WASHINGTON
HAIK Rt STOKER
Is the wonder of the world, and stands
above comparison with anv other article for
the hair ever brought before the public.
J2f Soid everywhere.
KEDIXGTOX'S
F L A V O II I X G EX T 1 1 A C T S !
Are made from Frt-sli Fruits. Ihtch
bottle holds twice as much as any other
brand in the market, consequently they
ore the cheapest and the best.
Use iio otiicr.
I'KDINOTON k. CK,
Agents for the Pacific Const.
I1Y WILL YOU DELAY ?
We are sorry that there are
persons who suffer on day by day
month after month, and year by
year,when friends and neighbors
have been cured of the sr.me
malady that afflicts them. Now,
it has been proved by substan
tial evidence that SCO V ILL'S
BLOOD AND L1VEU SYRUP
will cure the worst case of scrof
ula, Canker, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, etc.; yet still there are
those who neglect this sure and
valuable remedy. To such we
sar, try the syrup and be convinced.
REDINGTON & Co., Agents,
416 and 415 Front street,
San Francisco.
( R A E F E X 0 E RG
U T E R I N E CATIIO LICON.
If faithfully used according to directions
will cure every case of Diabetes, rnd greatly
mitigate the troublesome e fleets caused by a
relaxation of the outlet of the bladder. It is
a most successful remedy for gravel and other
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and foi
Female diseases is unequalled.
The Cathoiicon uniformlv cures Prolapsus
Uteri, Whites, all irregulai lies of the Month
lv period, suppression, incontinence of Urine,
Pdoating, and Dropsical swellings, and all
diseases of pregnancy. The specific action of
this medicine is imminent and certain, upon
the Uterine and abdominal muscles and liga
ments restoring them to as healthy a state
as those of childhood and youth, so that pa
tients who have used the Gracfenberg Comna
ny's Uterine Cathoiicon, cannot sullicitntly
express their gratitude for the relief afforded.
Kedington l Co., Atronts,
41C. and 413 Front street, San Francisco
STOP THATGOUGHING
COME OF TOU CAVT, AZT WV rY
ij you. Yon have tri-'rt every remedy but t;.; ON",
destined, ly its iatriiisic merit, in su(.rsej! ; Ii f ii;-.
ilar preparations, ft is not ri:r;i; i.-i ng ye.i KhouUt lis
reluctant to ti y roniedsitis Ise after the v.-m-.y x
jioiitiie!:ts you hive n:ale of tras'iy cnnjwuuua
foisted oa the public S3 a corona cure; Lui
NE WELL'S
Pulmonary Syrup
H rc-"r tho Yr.rT TTST Trr.e'r cr -r,-rr.-.v"
for tiie cure -f '-'!!;':;, i .!. i o. r 'Htm . M jt:-;t.
V.'lim'h"'!; i'tiecii. );";::'(:: C'lisii:!:! ijo- . 11 ;,:.
fsnds of p:vie l- Cahi'-irnu i.n.l v. roA '4sv.- '--ui
ulrcaUy beueUtu-J by tho burprisiu,; cur.:w jo.vvii
NEWELL'S
Pulmonary Syrup
nl v.Uh rr.n atwM giro it tho'r :-"r:'--"t r---
t.stion. V.'e n-s lir. s-, o'lr-o -s in i.ii .rii: i ;
roq'inir.tc l with this, the frr-ntost !'a; .'i -j -rt.? .- "
f ir the hnirtig f !l tsscoc cf 'i.-o-w
l.ues, tsjiiihiij yu tu-i
NEWELL'S
Pulmonary Syrup
has cured thousands aa-1 it wi'.l cnr-i TOl if you t:
it.
Tlr. 'r.T"!:!,-it',T rT-'iei:;" ii rT-r-? fittin J .(
!i::ir, Ue-'Sili .!Ts:i Krtl';'ienu:a in i'-' el!
t.reiv freo f :' iiil 'ivi;:'.s criu'li'tcri ii:. t..!.,.;.
u 1 "f-f.-r-t!y l::imi!r.- tne: '.r r.ii m'TO-'air C1-.
t'.'r.i ;"ra'e? !iit:i !:!::" rr: urn: cl.ucwi vi
rrauoUco a: co..i;:;u eery U;.'..-cf
Fuliaoaary Byrup
PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE.
.Persons having business iu Portland are ad
vised to note the following firms.
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
OFFICE Corner of Washington and Front
streets, Parrish's Dlock, Portluad, Oregon,
RESIDENCE Salmon street, betwcee Th'rd
and Foul th, opposite the Plaza.- f-dy
J. U MITCH KI.L.
j. x. DOLril.
A SMITff.
Elitsliell, Doiph & Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Solicitors in Chancery, and Proc
tors in Admiralty .
(n";ec over the old Post O dice, Front
street, Portland. Oregon. (Iy)
Card.
CiONGKESS AT ITS LAST SESSION
haviinr passed a UANKUUI'T LAW, it
is now within the power of every man that
is hopelessly in debt, to free himself from
the press of debts which cramp Ids action,
and which he is wholly unable otherwise to
discharge. The District Court of the United
States, "which sits nlone in the city of Port
land, hr.s, under this law, an exc lusive juris
diction of all cases in Ihinkruptcy. The un
dersigned have procured a copy of the law
and are ready, as soon as a Register is ap
pointed, to all end promptly lo procuring
discharges in Paukruptc for all who may
feel disposed to favor them with their
patronage.
Zif Also attention paid to proenrirg let
ters patent for new inventions.
-MlTCHhLL, LOLPII k S.MItil,
A 1 1 orney s at- jut,
'2r,:fm. Portland, Oregon.
0. P. MASON,
Attorney and Covnsej.ou at Law.
102 Front st., Portland, Oregon.
T-rT" Is fullv prepared
to attend to ar,v
business under tat: Da
a iik runt Low.
Divorces obtained on the most rcf.sonab'c
terms, and no charges maae for services
where the divorce is denied.
27. ly
Removed I Removed I
Tho old and well known.
IK JIOXXASTES, Propruter,
I'OIiTLA ND OKEGON,
HAS NOT DISCONTINUED WORK 1
but has been removed to Second street,
between Abler and Morrison streets, where
business wiil be conducted on as large a scale
as in years oast. 2:ly
TEEBEST SELECTION
rfl And largest assortment of
gggXJa Ladies' Gents', Misses. Ii.'.ys,
f is. and Childrcns
B00T3 and SHOES.
Can be had at the PHILADELPHIA ROOT
AND SHOE STORE, No. 112 I-W-nt .'mf,
PorEinJ, j.oc:sUc Walter Ere. Ctrpel ft we,
where new goods of the latest styles are re
ceived by every steamer, direct from the east,
enabling us tj sell cheaper than anv other
store in ths citv. XAST & CAII A LI N.
14.) 312 Front street, Portland.
A .M I-: uloA NKXC 1 1 A N G E.
(late LINCOLN HOUSE,')
Xo. Kl V'ro;? street, Iortlantl Orrgsn.
L. P. W. QU1MPY, I'lioriiiLTor:,
L::U -f Western llotd.)
This house is the most commodious in tho
State, newiv furnished, and it will he the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
coni ft.-! table. Tiie Pr.gg.tgc Wagon will al
ways be found at the land r.g on i he ai rival
oi' steamships and river boats, carrying Lair-
gage to the house free of charge. 1 .ly
TQBAGGOrrGBACGO!
the -Man n IV. c t n rc rs,
Boxes
Choice Iira:ici3 Yirg'uiia Clicwing !
COM IMMSIXC-
Lhjht Pressed Natural Leaf;
Hard "
Bright lis. ia Caddies ;
Sweet Honey Dew in Caddies ;
Twist, Pocket Piece, end other
Fancy Styles.
ALSO, 10.000 POUNDS
Select Virginia Esiokisg Tobacco !
Of the be.-st brands, put i p in bales r.nd
packages of one pound, halves and
quarters. Also :
SOLACE, SOLAR AND TOl'SG AM KMC A
PINS CUT CHEWING!
Which we are receiving every thirty days,
iresn irom 5 lie manuiactnrers.
We ofi'er ".he above roods to the trade, in
bond or tax paid, at San Francisco price, for
cash. W have now on hand, and are con
stantly receiving, a large assortment of
Havana and American Cigars !
To which we particular! v call the attention
of Uar-Kooms and De.ders in general.
I-T" There can also lie found at tins estab
lishment, a complete r.sso; tinent of Yankee
Notions and fancy Goods, Billiard Palls,
Cue Wax r.nd leathers, Pishing Tackle, etc.
WAS.sKIi.MAN & CO..
SI. Cm) 77 Front si., Portland.
PLlllRiXC, & STEA21
Fitting Establisliinent,
Xo. IIO First Street rrtlan.l.
Gas Fixtures,
Cooking Ilangcs,
Hot. Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washstands,
Sheet Lead and Block Tin,
Water Closets,
Bath Tubs,
Lead Pipe.
Wroaght Iron ?ipes; all Sizes.
TEES, Einow.-, RETURN RENDS,
NIPPLES, PUSHING, d-r.,
for Steam, W,tUr and Gas.
ALSO
Scotch Tubes, W;V.er Guagcs, Whistles,
Tallon Pumps, Steam (iuages. Globe,
Angle, and Cheek Valves, Gur.ge
Cccks, Air Cocks, and all kinds
ct llrass Work. Rubocr
Hose, ilr.se Pipes, &c.
Hotels, public buildings, and privafe resi
dences heated wit!) the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens generally to call and ex
amine my stock, which has been selected
with great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
May !, lv'7. l:!y C. II. MYEF.S.
G. W. ROBINSON.
3. It. LAKE.
Stove and Tin Store!
Iio. 154 Front street, Portland. Oregon,
next door to Everding & liee.be.
ROBINSON Si IiAPIE,
i:-: ALE FIS IX
Sloves, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
HAVE J UST LAID IX A L.VUG R ttock
of stoves of tho latest styles, consist
ing in part of the following cook stoves :
Pride of the Pacific, Repxdlic,
Golden Gale, Crystal Palace,
Buck' 3 Patent, Harvest Qvecn,
Diamond Hock, Hearthstone
Also : A good stock of Parlor and Dox
stoves, tin ware, v.c., &c.
Also: An assortment of Pumps, etc.
We are satisfied that wc can jtiive satisfac
tion to our patrons, in every respect, as we
nr. determined to sell at fair prices.
We ls-.bl ourselves in readiness, r.nd arc
prepared ' to do looiing. spouting, and; all
kind of job work, on short notice and in a
Siiiisfactoi v manner,
F.0BLSQ' 4 LAKE.
PortL'tid, Msyvd l"th, HIT.. f'2I.ly
OREGON CITY BUSINESS
11853.
Thomas Charman
STILL OX HAND
V fter Fourteen years EXFEnf-
jt. ence in business in this citv, under tht
old niPttothat "A Xintble Sixpei ce is Let
ter than a Hlcnr Shilling," tve propose to oiler
gfealer inducement than ever to our custom
ers to pay us cash for goods, us we are dcter-
mined to
ELL CHEAP FOR CASH!
Which is ike only Kenmiy
For tlie Present cry cf Haru ifcies.
We beg leave to inform our mimoroa cs'
tomcrs that we have just received, direct
from San Francisco, a
Large and vrell Eeleetct
.STOCK OF GOODS
SUITABLE FOB THIS UAEXET.
Ccnsist'ng rn part; of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries,
Hardware, QifPcnsware, etc.,
ALSO :
PAINTS! OILS! 5-c
Together with splendid assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Ot everv description, all of
.Th? bes-i quality, and Ig. styles. Also:
H A j? S A 17 D CAPS!
Of every cFcseripf ion, for both
The Ladies' and Gents' Wear !
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishms Goods kept
constantly on hann, all of whicii we will sell
at the very lowest price for cush. Couutry
produce taken in exchange for goods.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the country. Also: To consignments of
goods, and prompt returns made for the
same.
V.'e return our iljnks to our numer
ous customers for their past patronage, and
ask a continuance of the same, pledging our
selves to act hooestlv with all who favor us
w ith their trade. G " THUS. CflAIlMAX
4 FPLL ASSORTMENT OF SASH,
L Doors, and blinds, ahv.ivs on hand
1.
for sale b v
Cii.UIMAX.
iATEN'T MEDICINES of all kinds kept
for s:tle by CHARM AX.
"I FAPQUAM'S CKLKTIL'ATED HOME
EIJL
made chairs, constantly on hund by
( ilAfCM A.N.
T-pRULLIXGEU SUPERIOR HOME
L made woe; iatlhig. for sale bv
CMARMAX.
STALL PAPEP. WCKDOW Cnrtains
f V cf all kinds, and paner shades.
Sold by .'ClIAPMAX.
F
LOUR. BACON. LARD. A XI) DRIED
fruits, kent constant v on hand v
" CHARMAN.
A N EW AND I U LL ASSORT.M EXT of
I
Nails
:1s. rope, etc.. just received bv"
CHARMAN.
ALL OF WHICH HE WILL SELL AT
(lie lowest market value for CASH, r
such produce as his trade will jusfifv.
CHARMAN.
(Treat f e"nian
IE5IOX HTM ATIOX.
19 O G K A HER E!
Notwithstanding there was a Rebellion
over in Ireland trie other day, and the Print
ers all became De-ooralizedtml George up
set a "form" and knocked mv advertisement
into "Pi," nevertheless,
E. D. KELLY
Is on hand at the old Stand, anil
has for sale ike following
articles, to wit:
Coffee. .Tancn Tea. D.-ied r.pael,M
J. eu, ju.teli j fii,
Golden fyrup, Green Ten,
Sugars, Chccolste,
Saint atus. Corn ft arch,
Packing .salt, Oswego do.
Dairy salt. Candies.
H- l.' .rr, ' . - .
Linen twir.e.O
( 'oll'ee Mlg:;r.
Pulverized do
Crushed do.
Chemical soap.
i ast.ie ;!o.
Table s;dt. Ground coffee, l-'ancv tciletdn
Cooking soda, F'aiini, Xante currents
.ui.-soGa, Sardines,
Rope, Mackerel,
Soda crackers,
Butler dt.
Lemon sj nip.
Flavoring fit.
(d'erosene oil,
THivc oil.
Clothes pins,
Cicam tartar,
Gun caps,
6 Shooter balls
5 Shooter "
Blust'g powd'r
Spot ting do.
Valley Mills do
" cast powd'rr.,
Lorn .Meal, Codash
Brooms,
Xut-mcirs,
Blacking,
Lead,
Shot,
Snuff,
White Bear.s. Prunes.
Buckets, Macaroni,
Tails,
Liquorish,
Hominy,
Dried apples,
Blueing,
Bice,
ago,
Vrritinginlr,
Vinegar
t tsecse,
Borax,
Raisins,
Stove polish,
Pearl bai ley,
J ic fruits,
Vaniiia ext
ashing do.
lacks,
W:ish Iirtnr.tc V"tcKliil.
cuur. gio.ss starcti, ermacili,
Cdr..- strawberries, Concentrated Lye,
'l;ijacro, Candies, XiCa,
Ovsters.
G round spiccs.Encl. pickcis.
Cinnamon, AmericMn do
('loves, Paiui'd fiuits,
t;ir.gcr, Craub'y-sauce,
M '.lirit.n d, Wo rest r 't h i re,
Pepper, F-( nch must'ti
do sauce. Block matches.
Lobsters.
Tomatoes,
l 'caches,
Crecn corn,
.Tellies,
Cat;:p,
It?7" Cash, and one price to erervbody.
No goods misrepresented to eTect sides.
7A ;. i. REI.LY.
t Fticlhc Liiie t Style .
. ' OF CENTS' CLOTH I NGO s S
' ' I Acke nr.itti I r-
f - i -- --- c; -
ISt - p
til SFRIKQ STYLES ViH
FOU
18GT? r-
S. 'ACSEE-MAH!
Wishes to inform his Old Friends
and tho public generally that Iv.P
has received by the last steamfr
A FCLL VAKIETV OF
4
Goods!
-7 w a.
tn
The L.rge!ct STock that has ever yet coma
to this market, consisting of such as
DRV GOODS
Of almost every kind
CLOTHING!
Of the rer? latest Styles
BOOTS A N'B SHOES
In great variety
Mens, Ladles, Misses arA GhilelreiCa
lints, all of the latest style for
SPRING WEAR!
Also, a well selects stock of Grocenej,
and all other good its. proportion. jMciote
give n.e a call a,nd examine lor voursclf. N&
trouble to shc.i' good?".
ITl wtilisfilias cheap as the cheapest,
S-AUKEKMAtV;
Oyirman t amor's rid bi-ick stor.
JyV) , - 'M; St.. Oregon Ciir
N. B.-AI1 kinds of Prodacc bonaht. '
TWO GOOD :
Tfiliiiblc Skelii Wagons I
IOIl SALR, Also : Ooe good spring wag.,
. on. Inquire of
2m J. Ml EBS & R,t