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The Wealth or C;rn-'..
i budding inac.tyexccpiu.c., (
Uf,ctanng purpose,, that consUtate the
I .....i u-,a!t!i of tho comtnnn ty. It is ie
liiev be for man- !
who-e fro.-s earnjijs amount-
IPS minv thoVtnd, annually, and
f ,.?ich is distribate I among at! cla-ses. lor
f e ,,,ii.-. etc.. who go to m..;-:o itptne
'f ,'9;)u:.i:ion in the m st P'-o-p-roas
Talcing this view of toe ca-e
I ll,,. onir Cirrecl one. wu caa re.vitiy oo
I ','vc whv ottr people on'it to encoarage
I i pn-Vi-mc to every thm- ee. t..-
frortUnd to-day oat-trnmbers .-ngon I. v
) U population probably ibnr to y-t
f S't d know there h n t in mat c,;v a. toe
1 " . r,. 4,,.on e to obtain stead..
i -ra!)!o". nient t.
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i ha'; i e a:'. e n:
i i.s t.j n.
C.S of tie'
oad at s:ar
Pehief places in the Vnion. and un
of the superior m.ccnteans
Ore-en C:tV. we v. v. ',-; v.. ;--::
t.r.v.i d. c; not grow ta-ter ? I -o t.e p oa
.1 1...t m:l !1 a :.!; U i'li'g C:. 1!1 i.e"
1 ni'il e in. ..i
I let i.iin.v
is the great..-.-. t man a .acm r.n.u
r.-iian. Her opettU.ve.-. i:a.uy
ti-.iiii2 and d.bur-i;
. v ees
c.:i) 7i s I n the
number c ! her em
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stated to be lo.uo-.i aaeau oi ,
York, notwittisianooii; on. ,
ti;e larger p yiuai
tin of th- latter. c d- not antic.p.i.e ;
the timo whea Oregon Fi'y vvill be ;- .
(Mm ia cotnpar.s-.m to suci staLcmet; .s. ;
tut we feci that with the advanta.?' r..i- !
tare has L'ivrn ir. sh- at h-.tst t ;
expand iti a little greater proportion tor !
the next few years than any oilier part oi
Oregai. If the citizens whoown iac tuost
W e do not anrte.p.ue
available property Here w io o.i. m o
it!) tacir liiaeis i i 0". -
anead. oei o ne ,
united upon thg laos! nr.iorci:il m eie-.s
nml act in coii-'r;. v. on
caa double tl:eir capiou an i un 100:0 .
the ienn a'ion iaside of Pi nmnllis. 1 rer.i
oviM-v source from wlieuc we have ob-
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rained inl,..nn'.t::on w.ium lae 1.1-. ;.
wo near 01 nie.i ,i ....!- ,...,.,.. ...
Ortgoa with their laimlie-. Soil!-.- would
f.,!!.ac niic nni'silit. 0:iie il'.lOtli'',' but luo
...),..,,. ue sie.iild Hi:,. 10 see invested in
hV our people would be some;!,;:;:: 0:1 the :
jSPta of lh.' 'la to Kiii-s Couatv Lmigr r.ion :
W..l.m. ,') 111 ;'::!'. -e l.cl'' We 11 .i', O '
l. . j i..ii!-l:i.rj :.r.il v.-aier oriviief.-.'.s to
,. evteei le- ip,. ,wiers o these :
oaibinc aad scu t an a-eiu to the FaMern !
Stales for the purpose of proper! v placing bluff up and down above our heads be
the matter beiore lie., public th-r'e, ami bv Ibro long and. ere another fall, land ltv-
nakia- such oilers as eamioi be refus-,1
th- results would so on manifest themseivos j
to tin advant.ure of evcrv per-oii here at j
the present time. We saw a r-tatenient a
fen- (lavs ago in eti'-cl that. a:io;'!i-r c-'.rgo !
of wiunen was soon to arrive in Wa-hie.g-tin
Territory. If we i-re correctly iu-firnr-dth
' se'.min. of 1 -.:,-, wo;;',. I Lave
been an i-miuent su -ireis otily lor tie mter
ineitien of th- ue.-; ih uiial poll;i-;i.::!. ii
rariiues id women cm op
had for ead.
tion to the e.u-
wj are preO.y
ta.it the n.'iit
n t o" men can b
Fitu:T an-;) Vi-mttr.im.tts.-:!:
Ma :1 of this count v, h is ie.t. i
1 0 : : r
table four special";.; o." J:- b:;h -U of ap
ples of the Flue I Varm.'.in variety, gatiier-
ed tins year b om heir si x" ycr-oel trees
in his orchard. Tie- four apo'c- lick i.m:
t ivo ounces of v. eic'ide x :n' pounds. lie
pound eaca .Mr. S. W. .'.loss and P. .M.
Pine.ir:n have a !.- pre-":i:e! n- whit
so;ae of t!ie nicc-r potatoes w e h.ive ever
Ctfoa iinya here. .M r. Mo-s lias prod i.- 'd
t!)! season abuiid.ir.tly of I !;e 7V o7i ;'.
mi 1 the i.i-v I. ''.:(' varieiies ot ilu i L-c.i'-y
of lie- i'osai.-r of wib.-li we can at
least, sped; by the leo'c. It c .s:s no mare
to produce a go id ar.icie than ii is d .cs a
p )ar one. nn-l where taeie is s: mncii
greater s lii -t.i .'ti 'a in !ia- ieg the best we
lire somewhat -,-s'oai he I iloi: .-; firm .rs
wd! yet bring t !t
lank..-:, 'fhe if,
by Mr. Kilieal -en.
t ) 1 emits p.-r b i
(ba.irv Pa: v-.rri
::!:;!'!:i:'-t var!eii,s ( . ;
h f l l otatoe si i
taken at lit iu 1 )
til u'e iii.i a tin- or
rai.ed bv aovone.
Mr. Pi:iearsy:i has a:.s,i lei; a b , ofetioiee
gi'.i;e0wi;!i a- to sample. We th' k they
are of tiie Pdvedi ,aiie:y, but I ay be
luistak,:!. We ,,l..,.r e-l that the Isabella's
crown bv Mr. Lhvm-'iard from 'iii!i on ;
itie (hihiora'a vui-. have matured this ;
fea-i:i to goo 1 ad vantage. M r. Lta nchard
will harvest s eueiiihig o vcr 120 I lb i Irom
r. v',:i- on ii:s pretni-e j at Caneni th,
Clacuau county is beghmiig to siiow a
variety of both palatable ate! .ielieioit, ; ro-''-'ts
of the s i I j y, hh-h in-goa e.iii sur
pass her niiich ohh-r neighbors. We have
' i.. e g.,o . , ,, 1 ,r; e.lVI ;
r.oroad for I lie ti mr we pn
kc i gcaeiaily ( )4fi;-.m can
. of not.
a good v;i;,i' v h a ; a of a -u ;:e; ior
ffiaiity. Give us a -sco-lv i-o.umiiiiica-tiea
woii tiie A : : i i ' : .- slop,-! a;id hi asisort
tiaic we will n.,t mdy give the ih'ii'.'Ls ,,f
t'a it lar-oif seetioa the l,st at'tieb'of :' l"ain
mid tloar. bat a!o I, a I th--tr tables with
flcheafcte-, which thev have no;, nor can
1 pradaee. there. Vfe were, lor sever
al years, in th- h iek groaa l ; under v re
j- ... i i .
u . "'-m . ' M V;5'" - cn-euiustanees
i stand a .."..'l ni,.l shoulders over
any oiher se-.-.i-m of the r-,;..n. .
t j T " . , i
JtST MOW TO ho i- . 1 1 .V "
iao,ao;e arm oeve
t ., .,,. Q ,- ,
keep jour fW.v:i Irom thrivrng. farn the
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com Miounier to ever
'!g nieename or
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" ' O i I 1 1 t I 1.1 i M 1 i !J C
niill .! 11 lioys:
'., IU v" 1:1 a
I, " "'V,1 '--""-r I'Hu a:, you can : it
""""" ! ('ii'' li- -V"rk. and ra'her :
g abroad lor .ues d" h:s kind than g:i e
hiai your niom-y. Last tinmgli not !e.-t.
rem-o ( miiioniz- liie local pai.er. i
r . r '" v I
O ';i-.al way to retard the growth of a town !
ni' il II) M'l'i Ml"IV till !!-n!'. i .1
o: this c
m.ou-. 1 he
1 thoromrlifare i
e-iin t'd ww.l- :
"'I ueavy wheat laden K
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I'tiaml. and r-turn teams :i-
j-"n w:t.uaei'cliam-lise. We alwavs rejoice i
- ..... ri.-n- oi a -! maiKe! price !u
P"ae.i. Vf !;, l:in,io ,.,! tie
'"iioniiv I,,-,,.,,,,, ,v;,iV ,i...., ',,1
nei.s u o icr nr.: ;
iJ . ( - j k -.tin 111,. 111. i i ! '. I t j
J"' '-'""'"f. Vie would rather pav 315 per '
barrel ior , ti,.,n 1;!v j:; for '.
prices rule the increase in the !
" o:u (oi.hie.--.-. and the facility :
111 ikiii coPee;
kereace te:i f-'d
scon make uo toe
tv,( iKuiry Lambert, a weaHhy j
ci.mor l;-, i.ig a few miles east of this
(f);:.0 shot L-m.;;' op, Mondav nioniin"-,
-as buried bv friends on Wednes-
11 " Pe had b-eirsic-k for several davs,
Uil:' WlK T i. . vVT.. ."! . . i. J. . . : .
l1'"--"'! as committed. An Imptestwas
tfeppver the remain.
.n - " cuurua ana friinany eve-
rings frost in considerable) o-iantity
Vi"slwl xi region, lt is uot uav mateiial
i-ie,,-,. . , "
.M to have Irost folate. People .vnglit
W prepared to receive it, when its ap-
I'tarauce u put oif so long.
A L-.-nittY. -No tidings of i ho wliere-
".so; I. Nwce have vet bi-en lo.trn-
tceis a great rnysterv
.-5r. Vv ;.Q' i, i . " i : . r ..,
.'n u!-res at hi- mysterious absence
tnut a course oi lectures witi bo given ia ;
this oily, during the ensuing winter season.
by tb" verv best talent of tho Slate, under
i thoiuisnic.es of Oil-iron Lodge X'). 'J. I. O.
ceed.-j ot which will go to
lit the bu.idm:
fund of the Lodge.
V Lave before stated, ami it is now u
fact welt known, that the odd Fellow.
Iiave purchased rise of the best lot.-? o!
.Mum street, upon wl:,e!i tney propos.
coiiiinenciiijr next year l he construction o
a M'kmdid brick edifice, tor a Hall aim
other u -. Wo know of n-. more plonsan
.v benelifial w.iv to spend an oveninc
sav (,!u.,. twiee'a month, than hi listei:
:. . :.. .....,..t. .. i i- i ... .i.
eciare. L reter tta
liree!ioii of th;s I rat en my. and
.-.a-p.,e. nmu could con-istant
iheir enonratiejnent. We cert.
to St.t. tlx p:e.:isof the Lodtr
perfected, and sneers fa 11 v c:
As ,ooa as e are enabled to
for such a
!u;:i)0' of the speakers, t ue .-'tibjeets chosen .
and ili" times of giving the lectures, we
' ,il t i !: irrni i ide:i.-ai!'e in iii-i!, i ! rr nr'.
Gf jt f,,r our readers.
OvF:r.i.oo;u-:L la a private ir)te from
alem v, are informed that a pair of very
: exeidlent iferiiio sheep, on exhibition at
t';e State Fair, entered by Mr. Win. F.liiatl
ei' lids foaaty. were overlooked entirely
bv the e inHnlt'ee. he being oerupiod i;h
o .her b :.ine.s.- jierluining to the interest of
t!a- Fair. Our informant says: I think
i; I.iu'iily proper that this sh.-uld be men
tioaed. I ob-erved the sheep as M r. L't
liu'.t brought I'uem into the Fair ttaeand.
n:,d tiiougiit tiiey v.antld be hard to beat.
Mr. Fiiiott is a sprited gentleman, and
wi.ti'd make no tu.-'s about the matter.
hieh is so opposite !o the nature of some
others who thought themselves aggrieved,
that 1 cannot forbear to m:'.!;e mention of
Of course sucii
lilcely to occur. Put as said, it is not
every man win, would overlook the error
so magnanimously n. oar friend and fel
low citizen. -Mr. Filiott.
A New Si ai:. Astrologers judge of the
influences of the stars and foretell future
,, i , i, .. n. .. . . i . i
eveni meir jiosiuou aim aspects.
.;ar.s oi various ni'.tgmuuu ranse ttirousa-
ollt .aven.s at all hours of the night,
(lil. the newest and brightest is to be
n(,cn u:l the tt'.rv!ti of On-gon Citv latelv
u;:.;i honrsof the night, and taking a point,
to jud'-re the future bv it we may safelv
p jT-d 1 that riot will "not stalk mad among
Us wiiile it is here. This new star was
1M-oliueed by Mr. 'powcv, and is an ex-
','r,siti piece oi workmansnio ; it is worn
,v .,!r. j;. :. Kwliv. the newiv anooinied
ponceman. Success attend the star, and
may u prove a virttte. as v.
as an orna-
TtiK Paii.uoa.o. We learn from our
m.-rchaivts who have just returned irom
San Francisco that tho On
Pai! road j
is a f:x-d fact. Crarolall : We shall win
ell of lading for the iron
! '.vo lee. imolives. several ears. etc.. reached
P'-rdand by the steamer ol Tuesday. Mr.
' oie, .iui w4 li.i ,.,1111 n . t.uil,.-
we are Hilormea mat e-.-iinmi will lie
oroiioa soon ni r.asi, i oruanu ior me
Poriland for the i
work. Tiu ears will go rattling over tiie j
lag earoes a,
think: this a lauey
We tell von it is not!
The Nkxt Si'atk Fai;:. Already there
-s talk about the next Annual State Fair.
This is in eonseiiuenoe of the hands in
whose keeping the Society is placed. Mr.
V."m. Lliiott, of this eount, who is giving
con--h:et'abIe attention to tho improve
in ait oi sheep and horse, was re cleeied
a- imi' oi' the Yie Presidents, and eiaj.
d'-seo'i Mar; im. w ho is nei tiaiis as well in-
foi'ined about line stock as unv mm m tin
Sfoe, was put oa as manager ibr Clacka-
ia.i.s coatitv, j
Oit::uox C;rv..-Ou Motidav
tue (iicinl L iu rt lor Ciaekama
couii'y viii convene at Oregon City. Much
ioisiae-s nvraits hi Ilonor.ruuge Shattuck.
'"fiie triol of llcnii Kt-rsiing fir the hiding
oi eb-. i;i!i'hie. will be had on Wednedav
next bv agreement. It will lie recollected i
th it oiu.' trial was had in this county am
lie- jury failed to agree. P. A. Cumin
K-q.. and Own- Dolph, appear for the do-
ieii hint. :;:(
Pi.XAAv.iY On Tuesday last a team of
horses ran away at Oaneni.ih, biking up
the main road. A short distance on the
wuv th'-v met the stage coagh, in a narrow
pa-s t-n ti
.ink el' tiie river, when a col
, i . i , , '
ti-!.!i oeetirred waieti uesacheU tee run- i
,- - i ,. f i
aways Iroin their wagoii and turew on;-o! j
ti:em mto the stream. P was some tune ;
betoiv he 1,,,,-se was got out l,u lie ,
was nmiih" again placed on (rrra j;mvi m
U good State oi pre.sOt'Va-lon. Ulld UO Worse I
, , !. ,! , ir :,. i
damage icsu ,,ed liom tie adin.
ii -! 'ti (a-mu'red waieti uetaeheu tee run-
P,f.au llr.xr.-Li the iie.gaoorhood of 1
this citv. the common large black s'aeeie.s
ol boar have of late become verv trcuble-
s-eme. One farmer lias lest seme of the
best of his orchard trees, by Mr. P ruin's
work at gathering the fruit. He seems to
take special delight ti tearing the branches
oil' as w ell as robbing the tree. lie is be
ing hunted, and no doubt belore our next
is-me will make his appearance in town, a
verv tarn - creature.
TtiMt'oiiiKV Jnsam'i y. The coroner's
jury at the iiiqnest held over the body of
Mr. Harry "Lambert, by Dr. "Part-lay cor
oner, returned a verdict in substaime that
deceased met his -b-ath by a pistol shot,
tired by his own hand, during a lit of tem
porurv iiisanliy. The jury eoiisis'ed ot
.Messrs. D. i. Timmpson. v . i-. lugniiclo
-,-n. y J, it lock, J. L. Parlow. E. P. Kelly,
Uliil . lh)hu
" l v"u";l
Axoriitm F;::!:. --We never see friend
Povd pa,s through he citv. en ronic south
but we think there has been a lire some-
He settles losses fur the Pacific
I... l",..,,,,.-,,,!- on.l mi Tluirrliv vi
met hint here, oti Ins wav to aqiuna. to
m lk winaius good lor'the destruction of
a s,un.. Particulars will be furnished on
hi: ri..," -n
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Too rr i.n i-'o:t Uttlkaxcs. The an-
I 1 T : . IT.-... "T.. 1 1. i . ,1 t
liOUiKCine.u oi iu-i nun. .nai i.t ii.n.-iou, j
... .... m,f v.:. c.i-.w,i" ,1-,.;,- i
Good times, plenty oi money
farmers, and large stock of goods are the
order of the dav. Mr. Raisum is too well
known tor any not to oeaeie mat wnaine
savs he means.
Nkw Pnr.mxcs. Mr. J. W. Chase, Mr.
u . Endv. atid others, are now putting tne
fiiii.-hin-- tou-dies to new residences, in t.ie
canyon. The house of Mr. Chase is a fine
one' Mr. E. Chapman is about located in
his new house, on Main street, below the
1 I.v tiik Fn.i !. As will be seen bv ad
I i vi-rtisement elsewhere in this paper
rapt. Win. Parlow is in the field again, and :
; ,, wishes to buy all manner of products
' of the land at the large Canemah ware-
! i,,!St" f.1'
i o'"vei' yourselves uccoiun.gL.
: f-re the hour her abbatu frolic
V. Ill I". ,.,- ..
lool at the
-i .i -i ,.t, ,oT,..t .r i
; nlt.,J,-!K.rs will be held to taue some mens-
; m-es toward securing a minister. j
i ; ' . t j
: t . f r,- Lwi) OKi-'K"K. i lie Kcgistcr I
, P-V t.i.A.vi-.. ia.vl T ,1 - i
i and Receiver ol the Land Gbiee at tins
j dry. h:ve received notification, to supply
! the new Land Ouiee at La Granue.
rs. Mers Pro..
15 cents per box
of this city are paying
' !'o-.- t'eo i.est. oualitv of P.nyile
i ,?uu alo anvwbere. for o trier lean tn?
iaa cinb oi tuts cry have received a e
cular irom the 1'ioneer Club of Portland, I
req.te.sung this cmb to designate two per-
sons as delegates, who. together with a I
liKe number Irom each of the several clubs
throughout the State, will meet in conven
tion at Portland on Fridav. the 2M dav
f February, J.SilS. lVr the'purpose of of--amzmg
an sociution of ba-e ball plav
rs. for the State of Oregon. In this couu
ry within the past ten years, the game of
ase ball has assumed a position of so
:nieh importance that it is universal! v
.ekiiowledgi-il to be the game of . merica".
.nd. the circular says. - it. being emphat
. cully an American game. von. no' less
than ourselves, desire that 'it shall ever
mamtaiii that position of dignitv and im
portance a'readv attained, and "to which
it i.s so justly entitled." Hence, in order
that (.Megon may have State representa
tion in the Xationa! A-soeiatioti.this move
ment is made. Our boys will of course
respond beely. We presume the High
land and Tumwater clubs of this city have
received like circulars.
-i-:w Ao.s. We inviie attention to-day
to our list of new advertisers. Prominent
among them appears the stirring announce
ment of .Messrs. Jacob Pros. They have
lost money last year by not keeping up a
lull stock and advertising but now they
are determined not to be outdone. Among
all the rivals for trade they intend to be
ahead and in order to make sure work
oi their lesolutlon their shelves arc cram
full of the very best goods in the market.
All aboard !
DtCATH. We are pained to learn of the
sadden death of Mr. John Killin, father of !
Ponton Killin. Esq., of this city, who died
at his residence on Piute Creole, in this
county, on Wednesday night last, lie was
an old resident of this county, and was
loved and respected for his many virtues
by all who knew him. We- siiit-erelv sym
pathize with his stricken family in this "sad
Mo.vrron Flock. We referred in a gen
eral way lately to this flour, sold in Ore
gon Ciiy by Pai low & Fuller. Since then
we have tried it and it has also, in the
meantime, taken the second premium at
State Fair. It is probably equal to any
liour made in the State for family use.
I lie celebrated champion oarsmen,
Ward 13 n s., of New York wil
meet Messrs. II. N. X ice, J. Dow
ling, J. J. II, Hand, and P. X. Kear
ney, of Oak P.dnt, Washington Ter
ritory, at San Francisco soon, to row
a match uuitic fr the chamoioushin.
lho JSijititnc, leiormin" lo Alessrp.
Nice ec Cb.. will be usaJ
great oecnsu :i.
McIntNU'o, tho liuirderer of Mar
shal Keeler, at Dalles City, was con-
nf , , ,
.-"' .-'.n.v, v
i-: .1 i i ...
net HI r ore-usori K i't him
hi Salem on Sat Urdu y !,iSt
Dr. F. Kelloggr, of the Dalles,
MMI,m,'UM M,CKle VJ poisot),
a lew da vs ;tg'.
AYcekJy Coisiiiict-tial llevicw.
ExTi-mrnisK Omen, )
Oregon City, Oct. -J It !i. 1 CT,,. )
Vrimat is quoted at $1 to -Jl l . in Portland
for to-day. Here it i.s taken at 'jr, to 1 on.
Our latest ad vices from San Francisco, on
the J 1 1 ! s , show that hour i.s hrm for local
eonsr.motion at 7 . to j7 -J.') lor superlirn-
tu -' UI" want ot suitable j
tonnage restricts the movements id' wheat, i
t tine market range is given at $2 eO to
. for "Odd to choice.
Ttie liirnier says the crops of California
have b ;en greatlv exaggerated, and shows
that at the present rate of export the sur
plus wiil soon be gone.
FLOP 11 Imperial. Standard. Monitor,
brands So" 5'.,(;.i7 (.) "r) Lb!., in I sacks ;
outside brands e'o (K'0 z-. .";).
1 1 LA i In dem md at .y ei-'e. i U J i
"j;l bushel, with an active upward tendency, i
( )ATS The demand is about equal to j
W1!MT-In dem md at 9.) ei..31 0 .)
dv. at :i7;c.
iAL .vi oltfe
FPKi) Ground ?-a "t ton j Middlings ;
M,$z: ; Pran 51-.
d L 11 Greeti A piles r! h g..O i. c ;
. , . , ... - v-, .S,,.t , ,
Pried Apples r '(".--'.: Dried 1 eacnes
. . , -
(q i;j) MFAT Paeon "fl lb P'e.llc.: i
1(:r.,l.c.: Shoulders Tc.
, , T ,-- .. , . .- . i-
LAUD In kegs 1,) c; tins loc.
.e. , l
I'.'-J'. j C. (til. !
JU'TTKli Ordinarv to prime A lb 25 I
l-'PL-iT Greeti Apples cl lx i:," c:
lM.)ULTriY Chickens V doz .92 50(5.3:
tame Ducks 75c. -p pair ; tame Geese $ii 50
"s, pair; Turkeys S2 50('; $1' "jjl pair.
GAME Grouse 50c. !r l1Llil'' or -3 B
doz;.; Pheasants, -10c. p pair, or S2 doz.
" Lt i ETAPLMS t'otatoes bit. 2o fts
Onions y Dd ihs iA 50((.--': I-:,-ans"p 100
lbs .' Mf4- i I.
IIli;ES:-Saited lb 1 i5c: dry C 10.
ro:r rLAi) rmrgts.
Flour .Ranging Irom Sti DO to $7 00
Wheal Lois ofl'ercd here are taken at
$1 00 to ;;;1 1 bu-hel.
ttaeon Sid-'s. 'j(,.U)c: hams. 17(7?,lSe:
shoulders, ti''" 7c; S.oek abundant. demand
Lard Pi tins. PFfedlc.; K,-gs. 10c.
Putter Packed fxiid. PJ and 12c. In
brim-, choice, 20 and 25c. Isthmus, 2
r.ggs in g'oo-i oemami nr. ..... ;.i ooz.
Dried Fruits Apples, packed in new 1 I
libis Pic; Peaches, J-Ac. and Pic; Plums, !
Sii'-rnr--Islands. P'Jfo.lSAc; SanPrancis
co ('.' l l'f- 13c. ; Crashed, in bbls.. lGJc ;
half bbls.. 17e.
Syruj) Heavy Golden, best "brands,
Slfo s7e : Island, in bbls., ftoe.
-Hawaiian, 10 c; China, No. 1,
Cnai'o-Java. 27c ; Pm. but little m
t, 22c ; Costa Pica. 21'c
r . : . - - .. - r
tiisii.-in inn cuv, on iue moi n i n s; m
Saturdav. Oct. lith', E:.i v Aiixn.i, diui'uh-
tcr of Joiix M. and Pacui:i. W. l.i.vco.v,
aee'd " years, 11 months, and 23 days.
Her little chair is vacant now,
Per playthings put away ;
The beauty of her cherub brow
Is vanished where she lav.
The music ol her young delight
Is hushed forever more ;
The sunnv lace that u'eamed so bright, , the choice of Text Pooks, in order to avoid
Has faded from the door. j any thing of a Si::tioxal or Paktisa.v .natuke
i in T.iur curriculum of tu-iies.
Yet still we listen through tne night i Cmd. AlUopo will continue to aire even
To bear the breathing ucet, : K.r,.sn? i, the Modern Languages and
And with the morns awakening liSht ; Kn-ii.sh Prancbcs.
Per kiss we turn to meet. s p,,r fun her particulars c.inmrc at the In-
And through Cue livelvjiitf day wc sigh , stituie. or address
To catch her beaming smile.
And see that form go bound. ng by,
So beautiful crewhile.
In vain, in vain a shadow lies
Where sunbeams used to fall ;
The morning wind alone replies,
When her dee.r name we eall.
The echoes of her steps are lied,
And glance and smile are goaf
Ami now we know that she is dead,
And we are left alone.
Put in each wind that fans our cheek,
Per own sweet breath is there;
And angel lips in whispers speak
To comfort our despair ;
And every star that burns above
Her own blest image gives,
Aral tells us that, wneread is love,
Oar child forever lives.
A . J
LP PERSONS ARE FORPID TRUST-
person on my account, without
- a wiittcu order, signed by me.
Mi'pvaukie, Oct. 2eth, Is-57. oi.3t
A T?g 3.:?n W3s
, T, , , ,T T ,
A L ClIONL I: U I
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Peal Estate. G rocet ies. General Merchan
dise and Horses,
Every "Wednesday and Saturday I
A. 13. liiciiAimsox, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Mnglish refined Pur and Handle Iron ;
Kngttsh Square ami Octagon Cast steel ;
Morse shoes. File-1, K:ips. saws;
Screws, Fiy-paus, sheet, iron, P. (Jr. Iron ;
a i. so :
A large assor taioti t of Groceries and Liquors.
A. V. KiciiAiiDso.v, Auctioneer.
W. A. ALOllH'U. J. C. il r. a 1:1 LI.. Juii.V m'ciukes.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
A G II NTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
Jr Hawaiian and Oi egoa Packet Lines.
Importers of San (Jiient in mid Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Co lice,
Pice, and Pulu.
Agents for Provost's ,t Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, I'iehles and Vinegar.
Healers in I-loin-, G i "air.. Paeon, Lard &
Fruit, Lime, Cement and Plaster.
Will attend to the Purchase, Sale or Ship
ment of .Merchandise or Produce in New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland.
AI.DKICH, i I.K it ILL A CO.,
Nos aO-i an J no California Street,
MTIIAKKX, MEPPILL CO..
Li North From Street, Portland.
Vjl'll V'M. mi cajs
If you wish tl;e very hose Cabinlt Piioto-ouAi-iis,
you must, call mi Ukahlev & Kn.or
sox, -l'a Montgomery street, San Francisco.
Dr. CHAHLES ELACII,
Physician, Suryeon and Accoucheur.
OFFICE Corner cf Washington and Front
streets, Parrish's Pluck, Portland, Oregon.
RESIDENCE Salmon street, between Third
alio, ruurin, opposne me 1 Ir.za.
JIACIi & HATCH, s'
...I,.. ... . ...
The patronage of ttioso desirinir liri Clas
Cfpi'f''tliift, is rcsnectfuily solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. It Xiti-o-is Cry,.- admiinstei cd for the
Painless Extraction" of Teeth. Also : the
i'A '";:,! Spi-ni used for those who prefer it.
Office Corner of Washington and Front
streets, Portland. Entrance, on Washington
street. -.2 if
. - o-5o
Dn. II ostktt Kit's Stomach I)it
Tens. The operation of this palatable rem
edy upon tho stomach, liver and excretory
organs is singularly soothing and conserva
tive. It iv aulates. recruits, and purities
them. Dyspepsia in ad its terms yields to
its control and invigorating properties, and
it is recommended to im 'tilers, enfeebled bv
the cares and duties of maternity, as the
safest and best remedy they can probablv
use. In all the crisis of female l'fe it wii! be
found eminently useful", and elderly persons
will derive much more b, in lit from it than
from ordinary stimulants. Hold bv the drug
gisis and deal -rs ewrvwlmre.
llODUE, CALLF & CO., Agents,
C:tf Portland, Oregon.
The best Purifier of the Dlood !
A 1 'icasant Ton ic !
A verv Agreeable Diink !
Unsurpassed for acting surely but
gently on the- secretions !' tie- kid
nevs, bowi.-ls, s'oiuaeh and liver!
For sate at all vhoteu!c and retail liquor
drug, and grocery sUcrcs.
y r. o i i ' sfi'o i r.E without it
J. G. l'ms'ii, Proprietor.
Tavloii i. Lex OKI.. Solo Agents.
S'Lly) -ib'j Clay si., San Francisco
: i ' rp i AI"' Til I1 r'lA'"'
OJ Ail U l' I S 111 lJ l I V..L J
! ptri trrsATO
Th,Pr rl,,;,.Hri U:n:h
Itts-s a-n erilte'v V'c--t-
i ubl.-, n:.d free lioiu :colioi null evt.-J' liunlul iis'ta
' fii'i i i t:n !
) tf.i A . SOJ-sC '
' t , ;
TSiEkJ3I i I FtiH (
5 THY ' ! YOUR )
jisw i U I OCIPT
! 1 r A :
; ,. , , ., ... 5
J-l-cp. A j..on-.-r.t tnmc n-l a iP'-tn?-ee:it,:e!ii'.i f
, li,o i:nao is li.i'"lel i:h hm-ivi n.li.j.-.uialv;
J THK?R.,;,m, r.,.r,
neriOi'v -a'' - 1- -i' ai r et' rill feu 'M ;nT.5 (.r , .r J
t stntnae'e Kii3r""-s. !,o,rie:'i I iruo-'s. m,. h i l -
p-'n-i i. Fevr. 1 eu-' iicca, l.o-s re-o-o. rtc. elc 9
For mtc evi j whci-o. A. I I.NMI U Sr'.N. J
So: V a -" rr.,CTUi:rr. ,
. , : ,,-,.
tZ 1221. .112 9 SzJ
Musical and Educational
i A S T B T Zj T i : .
Diy and Boarding Scliool
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
l a retired aad beautiful location, away
from the busii.css portion of the city, on
Third, between 1! and C streets, Portland
Attached to the building arc extensive and
0 ! beaa'liful grounds, for toe convenience of
I The Educational Department will be in
charge of an ellieient corps of Teachers,
. aI: J!'-.t: A,llfM-5''?s: 1o,!nc"i ' J'
in tht; Universitv of Louisiana, and for the
last tire years Principal of a Collegiate In
stitute m the Southern part oi' California,
No cubi t will lee spr.red tonink this Insti
tute eonal to the bc-st on the Pacific- Coast.
The Course of Studies will embrace all the
branches usually tauirbt in first class Semi
naries in tha east, including
EEEXCE, i.HiRMAX. SI'AXISIT,
MATHEMATICS, dr., cU
; rm " Af .... ; ...11", . ....-. .. .: 11 1 1
! iiie .mumcui i'-.' in "i ue coao.cico
j bv Prof. II. tiu. do Uioli, Graduate of
j Parties from tiie country may rest assured
! that under the car-; of Mrs. tirob. Matron
! of the establishment, they will experience
i all the attentions of a mother, and enjoy the
; comforts of a home.
N. P. Particular attention will be paid lo
1 1. (Hi DO lit H5--p-
lm) P. O. Pox No. iHS, Perth-nd.
EOME L1AK UFACTUKE.
EIQGINS" Sl CO.
Are Now ITaiJiiraciiirii'g a- Snfcrior
Clismical, Olive, Pale, and. Brown
XT "riiicii wi: will srdd- at sax
Francisco Prices, and deliver to up
river boats free of charge.
All orders sent to Poitland Soap Factrry,
or to .Mc'Jraken, Merrill & Co., Agents, wid
meet with l-romi-t attent'on.
W. L HHjOlNS A- CO..
" Xo. R Front Street, Portland. Oregon,
One block no- th of O. S. X. Co.'s Whait.
McCKAKEN, .MFRRILL A CO., Agents.
Higlicsl Prii-e jiaii! Tor Wool, Beer
t-kins, and Dried fruit, by
J. Myers 9- Brother .
Villamettc Lodge Xo. 131. O. a. T.
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner of Maiu and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members ara invited to
attend. Py order of ". C. T.
Oregon Loa-c Jo. 3, I. O. or O. F.
.-''fif-"1; 3Ieet3 every "Wednesday evening
S?ilt 7 'c'ck, in the Masonic Hall.
Members of the order are in
ited to attend. Pyoider M. G.
Xultnoinah ldge Xo. 1, A. I. aiu!
Holds its regular coininuni- i
e V" r:l,inMc s. . . , V, rt 7.'.'...-. ... 1 7 , 1
itrdas in each month, at 7 o'clock !
iVom the o-.tii f vt,t,,,i1 t
, - ' ' - ow.i.! iu me :-'iii oi
ilareu, and 7 o'clock irom Ibe iota of ilrch
to the -JO'.h of September. Prethren m eood
standing are invited to attend.
Py order of "v. M
OlifcXJON CITV BUSINESS.
risw stock :
SiAItGE. STOCK 2
S" O W O JE V IK" G J
A FL'LL VARIETY" OF
FALL Mm WINTER OOOOS !
The Largest Stock that has ever yet come
to this niark.t, consisting of such as
Of almost every hind !
Of the. very latest Styles !
B OOTS A N D SHOES !
In great variety !
Mens, Ladies, Hisses and Children s
ILita, all of the latest style for
Eall and i 'in tcr 1 'car
Also, a well selected stock of Groceries,
and all other goods in proportion. Please
give n.c a call and examine for yourself. No
trouble to show goods.
Ja7"I will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
S. ACKKIJ.tl AX,
Charm an !t "Warner's c!d brick store,
lvl) Main st., Oregr n City.
N. P. All kinds of Produce bought.
0. W. POPE & Co,,
S T O V E S ,
Pmnijs, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respect fully nn
nfnincc tlo-t. tb-- kicr, rint-mrlv ,it lianrl
irood assortment cf Cookinir. Parlor. Air
Tight, ami other stoves, suitable to this '
market, which are being
Offered at Portland Prices!
Our assortment in this line is larcre, and em
braces almost any desired pattern, including
W K.ST KILN i:.MPIPE,
liLACK KNIGHT, &c.
Roofing and Jobbing of everv description
done to ordi-r, in a manner that cannot fail
to suit nitrons. In addition to the above
may be found a good assortineut ol Hard
ware, Wooiieuvvare, etc.
O. W. POPE & Co.
Oregon City, Anril -20th, 1 P 7 . 1.
RETAIL PE.M.EU IN
Has removed into a LARGER STORE, in
21 A S ONIC 13 UILDING,
Where he will be pleased to wait upon bis
old easterners and as many new ones asma
In addition to the above, he has recently
received a WELL SELECTED ASSORT
ME N'T of
I'crfu:nrry and. Cosmetics
which are offered for sale at reasonable rates.
Oregon City. Oct. irth. lct;;.
AT THE TELEGttAPII OFFICE 1
Oregon City, Oregon.
"ITMXE CIGAPS. TOBACCO,
X SNUFF. PIPES.
WINKS AND LIQUOPS,
T'.KNTS FURNISHING GOODS,
P( -KPT CUTLERY,
POUT MONIES, PLUSES,
COMBS AND PRUfrllE?.
GUN AM LNTS. TOYS, DOLLS,
WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE,
QANKEE NOTIONS, &c. &c.
Z-rf I invite special attention to my slock
of liquors, which is warranted to be as good
as anv in the State.
July 2oth, lsr-7. ("O.tl
P A I N T I N G. PA1NTIN G.
a3.IO; CSZE T2LJ JZ12 c
Sign and Steamboat
1 1 i 11 ,
liiiilatiuun of ull kinds
Executed as well as can be done on the
57" Examine our work and judge for your-
Selves. J-.very orner attenuecl to wun
care and expedition.
C. 11. MURRAY,
West door Ilalst-on's brick, Main st.
O ulem Woolen Gooh for sale at whole-
O sale or retail, at Salem pi ices, by
J. Jf'ers d: Brother,
OREGON CITY HUSINESS.
185 o. 18 07'
STILL ON II A Lt) !
A FTEU FOURTEEN" YEARS EXTER!-I-
ence in business in this city, under the
1 1 A moftrt fh-u i X' i.i. .-. 1?,,
i.r th:m jl Slvt i.;iiinr, " .-r,,, t.
i"ie -1 , . f i ti , I i , .-r, , . . . ... ,1...., ...,.-t.,.,.
to pay us cush ibr goods, as we are deter
SELL CHEAP FOR CASH!
Which is tiie only Remedy
Tor the Present cry of Hard Times.
We beg leave to inform our numerous cus
tomers that we have just received, direct
from Sau Francisco, a
Large and well Selected
STOCK OF GOODS
SUITABLE FOIL THIS MARKET.
Consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries,
Hardware, Queenswarc, etc.,
PA IK T Sf OILS! eye.
Together with a splendid assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Oi every description, all of
The best quality, and latest styles. Also:
EATS AND CAPS!
Of every description, for both
The Ladies' and Gents' Wear !
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods kept
constantly on hand, all ol" which we will sell
at the very lowest price for cash. Country
produce taken in exchange for iroods.
Particular attention naid to orders from
the countrv. Also: To consignments of
goods, and" prompt returns made for the
X-kl' We return cur thanks to our numer
ous customers for their past patronage, and
ask a continuance of tbesame, pk-diimg our
selves to act honestlv with all who faior us
with their trade. ' THUS. CHAPMAN".
,4 FULL ASSOPTaiiiNT OF SA.-H.
jjL Poors, and blinds, alwavs on hand
ior sale bv ' CHAPMAN.
fJATENT MEDICINES of all kinds kent
L for sale bv CHAPMAN.
ARQUAMS CELEBRATED HUME
1 f a made chairs, constantiv on hand bv
riPULLINtiEirS SUPERIOR IIO.ME
made wool-batting, for sale bv
LOUR. PACON. PARI). AND DRIED
fruits, kept constantiv on hand bv
NEW AND FULL ASSORTMENT of
OL Nails, rope, etc., just received bv
A LL OF WHICH HE WILL SELL AT
-4- the lowest market value for CASH, or
such produce as his trade will justify.
G R E A T F E NT I A N
LOO K A HER EI
Notwithstanding there was a Rebellion
over in Ireland the other day, and the Print
ers all became Demoralized, and Oeorge up
set a "form" and knocked my advertisement
into " Pi," nevertheless,
E.D.KE L L Y
Is on hand at the old Stand, and
has for sale the fallowing
articles, to wit:
Coffee, Japan Tea, Pried poaches
Tea, Plaek Tea, Linen twine,
Ooldcn fyrup, Preen Tea, Coffee sugar.
Sugars, i'hocolate, Pulverized do
Saiuratus, Corn starch, Crushed do.
Packing salt, Oswearo do. Chemical soap.
Dairy salt, Candies, Castile do.
Table salt, Ground coffee, Fancy toiletdo.
Cooking soda, Earini, "ante currents
Sal. soda, Sardines,
Corn Meal, Codiisb,
W bite Peans, Prunes,
Lemon st rup,
K erosene oil,
G Shooter balls
Dncd apples, Raisins,
Stove polish, Sporting do.
Rice, Pearl barley, Valley M ills do
fr.i0, Pie fruits, l east powd is,
Writing ink, Vanilla ext., Washing do.
Tacks, Wash boards, Wash-tubs,
Satin gloss starch, Vcrmacili,
Can.-, strawberries, Concentrated Lye,
Tobacco, ';; :d ics. Tints,
Ovsters, Ground spices, Engl. pickeP,
t innamon, American do
Cloves, Cann'd fruits,
(' inger, Craub'y-sauce,
Mustard, Wo rot r 'shire.
Pepper, F-'cneh must'd
do sauce, Plock matches,
(tree n corn.
T:Tf Cash, and one price to everybody.
No goods misrepresented lo effect sales.
7.1 j P. D. KF.LLY.
C O 31 P A V
rpiIE ABOVE COMPX.VY ARE XOW
1 producing acpntlity of
Superior to any ever before cfered
011 the Pacific Coast !
II A IID TIMES,
Csing only tbe best grades of Wool.
The above goods are offered to the trade
on the most i.tvorable terms. All orders
will meet with prompt attention.
Address : 11. JACOIJ, Agent,
OA (nn) Orciron Citv. Oregon.
Or L. WHITE &. P,R( ).. A gen ts'utJVut land.
FiB ST P R r? iril MODELS.
rpziK SEWIXG JIACimr: has justly
j been regarded as the most useful in
vention of th- century. Still, n reliable
method of C'.'Tiinff the work for the Machine
has been needed. Ho'.v much time is lost in
waitintr for patterns, or for work to be cut
i and bated 1 All this can be avoided Uy the
use of the
Mathematical system cf Dress Cutting
TAUGHT IX FOUR LESSONS
At the S- bet School. Abo : Instructions
iveu in Ornamental Work of every variety.
Tuesday and Friday, fit 4 P. M.
j rTUTS. DUCKETS. WASH HOARDS,
i Keeiers. seivv, et"., for sale bv
' ' CIIAKMAX.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
A. J. MARSHALL,
Wagon and Carriage Jfuker, Jlain
street, Oregon City.
"Wagons made to order, and all work in
this hue executed in the most satisfactory
manner, at reasonable rates.
3?" All kinds f country produce taken
in exchange for work, at cash prices. Give
me a ti iid. 47:tf
M" . -.:
Levy & Feciiiieimer,
Manufacturers of and Dealers iu Furniture,
rpAKETIIIS METHOD OF INFORMING
J the public that they have now on baud
a laryc invoice of
SQUARE AND EXTENSION TABLES,
P UREA US,
And various other Qualifies of Rich
and JItdium Eumilure
Forming a complete and desirable assort
ment, which merits the attention of buyers.
We MANUFACTURE FURNITURE
Using good rriaterials, ami emjdoviug tbe
very best mechanics in the Stale, hence we
can warrant our goods to be as represented,
and we are prepared to lill ail orders with
We call the attention of the public
to our salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment of d'.sii-abk goods in the
LEVY & FFXIIJJKITuEU,
43.1 yi Main street, Oregon City.
Ma IX ST II LET, Oil EG OX CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER
t J ii U &i E. i, n :
(Successors to Wortmau & Sheppard.)
Keep constantly cn hand
CAKES! PIES! BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds !
Orders in this Line will meet with
PE0MPT ATTENTION !
BABLGW & FULLER
Also keep on Land all kinds of
t 'AM I LY G ROC V R I I-:S !
AND PROVISIONS I
STEAM BOAT STORES !
And all Articles in.eu for Culinary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO!
Py the Case, or at retail!
Attention !s also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells hct
FAMOUS G LEA SOX CHEESE !
3H SH0ET !
Farmers and the public gerera'ly, are In
vited to call at the City Itakcry, where the
truth will be made apparent that our stock is
complete, and our prices rcasonab!
kinds of produce taken in exchange for
goods. PARLOW A FULLKR.
Oregon City, Jan. tub, Is-;,. (1:1
HOUSE SHOEING, BLACK
SMITHING, IKON, ETC.
John "W . Lewis,
Cor it r cf MMXat.d STOXD strata
OK KG ON CITV,
Takes this opportunity to inform li is
old customers, mid the public
in general, that ho now
lias on hand
"Web-Foot" Plow !
And other patterns which he warrants in
every particular to give satisfaction. The
Farming community are especially and
earnestly invited to call and see these im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All work in his line is done in the best
possible manner, and at such prices as must
suit all. Jn connection with the above de
partment of business the undersigned is also
prepared to manufacture
Wagons and Carriage's cf every hind!
in point ot style and durability
K ti XT A Ij TO AXY IJIPOHTRD!
Having constantly on ban 1 forsale a large
assortment of material, consisting in part of
IRON, STEEL, ETC,,
The proprietor is
Enabled to iill all Orders !
Ibr such Artic':s on
The Mcst Favorable Terms.
JT" All work from this establishment,
ami all material sold oa order, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LEWIS.
Oregon City. De. 1.1 :om. 1 1:1 r
uclTb a k erY i
"West SiIc Main Street, m
Oregon City Oregon.
L. DILLEE Proprietor.
IIAVIXG REMOVED INTO MS
J WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
JL I still continue tbe manufacture of
TJ LOT BREAD,
Boston, Butter, Stgar and Soda
dc, d-c, dc.
In addition to which 1 will keep constantly
on baud a large ?tock ot tiie best staple and
I am also agent for the celebrated nursery
of II. MILLER, Milwaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders for Flowers ami Shrubbery
at tho N urserv pi ices.
lily " L. DILLER.
Z-Z. .CilAS. E.f ALL". -GEO. W. S.NLLL;
t'a A3. IIO DC.
IIOEGE, CALEF : Co.,
DRUGS and MEDIOINESy
PAINTS, OIT.3, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VA IiXlSHES, BE USEES, PA IXTEES '
HaUriah, and Druggists' Sundries, q
Or Front Src t,
fcVr NEW STORES
Xos. ICS to 172
KURCREN & SH1HDLER !
FUUNITUI.E direct from Eastern Manufac
turers. Complete assortment. Th
Trade supplied on liberal terms.
riJLU A NO OTHER MATERIALS FOR.
THREE-Wllf FLED CIIILDRVS CABS, at
unusually low rates.
IMPERIAL FILLING anew, clastic, and
pure article for matrasses. (n-l.tf
A Pure and Powerful Tonic,
Corrective ami Alterative, of oml cl'-
ful eilicaey in diseases of tJic
STOMACH, LIVER AND
PROTECl IVK PIIOI'EKTIES.
Prevents Fever and Ague and Ibllious Re
mittent Fevers ; fort dies the system
against Miasma and the evil effects
of unwholesome water ; invigor
ates the orirans ot digestion
and the bowels ;
Steatlii-s t lit- Xcrvts ami lcii& to Pro
long Li fc.
C tires Dyspepsia, Liver Comjdaiiit, Sick and
Nervous Headache, General Debility
Nervousness, Depression of Spiiits-,
Constipation, Colic-, Intermit
tent. Feveis, Sea Sickness,
Cramps ami Spasms,
and all complaints of either sex
arising Irom liodily Weakness, whether
inherent in the system or
PRODUCED BY SPECIAL CAUSES.
OTIIIXO THAT IS NOT WITOLE
Siinie, genial, and restorative in its na
ture, enters into the composition of IIOS
TE'i TER'S sro.MACIl LITTERS. This
popular preparation contains no mineral of
any kind ; no deadiv botanical element; no
fiery excitant; but is a combination of tho
extracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants,
wi;h the purest and mildest of all diifusive
'1 he week stomach is rapidly invigorated, q
and the appetite restored by this tonic, and
hence it works wonders in cases of Dyspepsia,
and in less conlirmcd forms of Indigestion.
Acting as a gentle and painless fiprient, as
well as upon the liver, it also invariably re
lieves the Constipation superinduced bv ir
regular action of the digestive and secretive
Person" of feeble habit, liable to Nervous
Attacks, Loivncss of Spirits, and Fits of
Languor, find prompt and perinament relief
from the i tiers. The testimony on this
point is conclusive, and from boib cxes.
Asa Cenuiue Tonic, HOSTETTER'S I!IT-
'ts which must be expeii-
cneed or witnessed before thev can be hilly
appreciated. Hi cases ot Constitutional
Weakness, Preraturo Decay, and Dcbiiit;,--and
Decrepitude arising Irom old age-, it ex
ercises the electee influence. In the conva
lescent stages of all diseases it operates as a
delightful iuvigorant. When the powers of
nature are relaxed, it operates to re-enforce
and re-establish them.
Last, but not least, ii is the only safe stim
ulant, being manufactured from sound and
inocuous materials, and entirely free from
the acrid elements present more or less in
all the ordinary tonics and stomachics ol the
dav. SOLD EVERY WHERE.
ilODUi:, CALEF 4t CO., Ascmls,
35:tf'.j Portland, Oregon.
Fraiaaiiy Iyc Colors.
Patented October ISth, Ls'lo.
. P ERIE CT EAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blur, Marenta,
Light Blue, Maize,
Erench Blue, Maroon.
Claret Broicii, Orangf,
Dark Brown, Pink
Light Brown Purple-,
Snvjf Brown, Eoual Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
JLight Drab, Solferino,
Eawn Drab, Violet,
Yellow, Light Eawn Drab.
FO:t DYE1NU SI LIC,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses Riblons. Gloves, Bonnets,
Huts, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
Au-1 all Kiittls of AVear;ng Apparel.
A Saving cf Eighty per Cent.
For 2o cents yon can color as many goods
as would otherwise cost live 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.
Directions in English, French and German
outside of each package. 0
HOW i: ic sil-n !,.S,
nor, Broadway, Boston.
For sale bf Smith A: Davis Portland, and
by Bell & Parker, Oregon City. 21
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AND PATER HANGING
IK LE.WE.TO IXFOH.H TIIE
) public that wc have
Removed to the Fine Store No. S3
Front street, Portland,
Formerly occupied hi
Missrs. Colin, Lyon d- ICaufman
Where we shall now open our latest impor
F LOO 11 A N I) T A P LE
WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS
CORNICES AND HANDS,
And ail goods in the ''
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY LINE !
Wc Import our floods BIrrct from th
Kast, unci sell t loss tliaii San
Fiancisfo Prices !
IV A IFEU BKO?.,
Xo. 80 Front street, between Alder
Zo.) and V"ashington, Portland, Ortsgon.
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