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TOWN AXD COUNTY.
SM.mx Lodge, -No. 20.-It was our
-ood fortune to attend the institution of
Chill Lodge, No. 20,I.O.ofO.F , at
Darton on Wednesday evening.l.ist. The
work was done in regular form by Depu
ty Grand Master, John M. Bacon of Ore
eon Lodge So. 3, and we can assure the
fraternity everywhere that no Lodge waa
ever instituted with better pro?pects of
success. Yamhill No. 20, will prove a
worthy sister. The proceedings were char
acterized with "Friendship, Love and
Truth." Venerable brothers were present
?fA& loot pleasure in w itnessing the insti
tution. The Charter was petitioned for by
Bro. Cm. Taylor, late of Oregon No. 3:
!ro. Joel Palmer, one of the petitioners
for the first Lodge within this jurisdiction;
j!ros.Denj. Alden, John Walters, and A. J.
Hoyt. The chairs were filled by the fol
lowing Brothers: Joel Palmer, N. fx.;
Bcnj. Alden, V. G.; A. J. Hoyt, R. & P.S.;
John Walters, T. The fraternity is quite
numerous in Yamhill county, and we ex
pect much good to result from this step in
the rL'ht direction. Brothers F. Charman,
J. T. Apperson, L. Diller, J. W. Ryan, W-
j. Caldwell, E. D. Fellows, M. Buchanan,
!wul ourseif, attended with D. G. M. Bacon.
The trip was one of unalloyed pleasure to
lis all. lor which feelings of thankfulness
were expressed to Capt. Apperson, Chief
Engineer Fellows and Steward Allen of
the Steamer Union, for uniform kindness
und attention while under thuir care on
board that trim little vessel. Long wave
the Union, long live Yamhill Uodiro No. 20.
Last winter was undoubtedly the se
verest weather. ;vo have bad ia Oregon for
twenty years. On the bluff at this city,
many years ago improvements were made
at what we call " the lake." The ground
was fenced and cultivated. For some
cause it waa allowed to waste away but
fence posts remained in the ground and
have gradually decayed to the surface.
Last winter those stubs of posts were rais
ed, by the effects of frosts in the ground,
f rom six to ten inches. This is evidence
that the severity of the weather here has
not had an equal for years ; and yet it
was not cold enough, at any time to freeze
vegetables where th y were in tho least
protected. When we think of the shivering
cattle on frozen floors, fa narrow stalls of
Minnesota stables and the amount of
Cup and expense neccsf ary to keep them
thymgh we say to their owners : You
are wanted in Oregon ; nc! you waflt to
come-Qyou ought to ! q
We present tUU week complete, with
the exception of Baker County, which is
HAid to have jiven Smith 230 majority
nil the news we have the entire vote of
the Statu for 18GK,nado to show the in
crease over the vote of 18GG. The result
Js not even satisfactory to us on the last
column of figures. Oregon eJtjjh't to be
peopled lrfore rapidly than that. Ja 1S.0
the total population of Oregon was 13.294,
;nd in lS'JO it was placed at 5'2,1V.
Showing an average incroase for ten
vmh of a little moru than 3,t00. The
population of Oregon now, according to
the customary rate of estimates by vote.
would be 111,0..'). An average annual
increase of about 11,500 s-iace the census
of 1 SCO. It is scarcely possible to say
where this increase has located, there is
fco much room left for more'.'
Among tlur notahlo improvements in
Yamhill County is the warehouse of Mr.
J. K. Samson, at Lafayette. The Yamhill
Is a small stream now, coursing down a
O'- 'P cawyon, b in its angry mood gets
up about fc9enty feet. Mr. Samson has
prepared U meet the current wherever it
may be; and has a warehouse capable
of storing over 50,000 bushels of grain,
.-'nd he is now making additions which
will (ftublc the capacity. It is adapted to
the rise and fall in the river.
The MountaiAccr says : Ia one year
from' this trr, if is estimated that the gap
in the Pacific Railroad will be only 500
i'iile., a distalc? that can be traversed by
coaches" In' seven Ofiays. This will bring
San Francisco and New York within eleven
days travel of each other."' Wells. Fargo
& Co. s" pages' have been' making" th'G trip,
between the rails,' in seven days for a fort
night past ; r'nd San Frac'cisco is now less
than ten (lays fro si New". York City.
Oreyon Crfj is now only 21 days from St.
Paul, Minnesota, and our stsfng7 via
Salt Lake and Boise City, is about one
rc understand that the Woolen Mill:
f Oregon City d'hl not let Mr. Min'to's
wool pass 6ii to California but wilP take
it in when it reaches here. The factory
will run on full time fcr the futuf.
A contest between' parties for the
fights to the Yaquina Town Site',' has been
trt prw?ss of trial fyr several avs before
the officers at tjw Land Office in'' this city.
Wool-buyers say that farmers aught
reasonably expect to sell cobs' for th'c
raffle price as corn, as grease and dirt for
Wthc same price as wool.
Peat and coal beds are coutinally dis
covered through tho pra; re region. With
in 30 years a much wealth his been dis
covered i; the earth, as was or it in the
time cT Shakespea-re.
It 5,1 discussed among the English
Whether the cheapest bread is to come
fro!i- the Russian serfs recently emancipa
ted, or frvw our Western farmers recent
Jy converted to free trade doctrines.
0 The latest style of pic-nic has been
AU'gaat.ed at Rochester, catlcd the Maple
iSiigar May Party. The chief part of the
entertainment is to be warci sugar and
Ir. New km. We are pleased to learn
that Dr. Newell reached his destination jn
Eood time; and reports himself well. Ou
the 22d he was at the National Capital.
Two of tho Nez rerees were reported sick.
A fig-tree cutting was carried in a vest
pocket to Ophir, California where it was
planted ad well cared for, and in four
years it bore 265 figs, which soldr $42.
40. & '.ve qualified, and filed their bonds in this
A largo railroad meeting was to have
keen held at Lafayette on Thursday last.
--O.ie of th Aurora Bra?- FmikIs will
i'Tjoib :y uud the ithoit EurT.eCitv.
Plenty of Room.: We hear of renewed
and increased inquiry in Oregon by peo
ple elsewhere, who are looking this way
for permanent settlement. California is
receiving targe accessions to her popula
tion, and many who arrive there are mak
ing inquiries about Oregon. Our climate,
soil, prices of land, rates of wages, small
cost of living, and the educational and so
cial advantages which' Oregon offers, make
this State as desirable as any to those who
are seeking to establish permanent homes
Indeed we claim a great superiority in all
these things over any other new part of
the country ; but we are concious that this
is a claim which is set up for almost every
locality. To test this matter, those in
search of home3 have only to come here
and sco. Our lands are of unsurpassed
fertility, and we have more agricultural
land than California ; the extremes of heat
and cold are unknown in Oregon ; and
though much has been said a&out our
rainy winters, there aro none vybo (o not
prefer them to the cold cues c.f many
other States. Oregon is never afflicted by
drouth in summer, and the harvest season
has never bee;; when crops were not am
ple. California has often suffered in ibis
way, b,;-,t Oregon nev er. The best of ag
ricultural land may be had at low prices,
and the railroads which a:e now building
in the great Willamette Valley will soon
afford the best facilities for transportation.
We have plenty of room for all who
desire to come, and we are gratified to
learn, that in the general search for homes
on the Pacific coast which is now com
mencing. Oregon is not likely to be neg
C. B. 13. C Au.wv ix the Field. Our
boys, often beaten, but never vanquished,
arc to play the first game of a match with
the Washington Club of Vancouver, on
Saturday next, the 27th day of June. Our
boys we believe aro not in much training,
having played but few games in practice
this season, owing to the rainy weather
and no Matches made, the ambition some
what flagged. But now the boys will be
on hand, and as the Secretary of the chal
lenged Club closed his courteous answer
to the" challenge, " May the boys have
pleasant weather, a close game, and mutu
al satisfaction," so say we.
It is orit Wheat. A friend asks :
" What is it that has started the rush to
this coast in 18GS?" The days of '49 are
scarcely equal to the emigration of this
year ; and we think it is our idieal. instead
of gold, that calls men hither. The rush
calls to mind the scenes uf early days, in
a great measure. Passage is engaged
three weeks ahead, by the steamships
leaving New York.
Chant's Diu xKKXXKtf.s. Dr. Newell, who
is now at Washington City, in a private
letter to a friend of this city denounces,
in unmeasured terms, the fabrications of
interested copperheads such as Beriah
Brown, concerning tjre drunkenness of
Grant. He is a sober ciLien.a distinguished
chieftain, and will be President in r'pite of
all the combined -hosts of the unrecon
structed rebels in the north.
Xotio to our Headers.
A general invitation is extended to all the
readers of Tut; Weekly Exteki'klse, lo
6'et(i to Hie Editor of i)us pape-r informa
tion on subjects connected tcith fanning,
gardening, and rural economy.
T bare of our mail subscriber whose
subscription still remains unpaid, will
observe the'X" marked in pencil, after the.
! name upon tlt'O margin of their papers.
We trust they. will give it their early atten
tion, and forward us the amounts immedi
ately, according to bills scut tbei'n.
Ask your neighbor ia subscribe
for the JSxterprisz;.
SI'E CIA L NO TICKS.
Pain Killer. We beg leave to
call the attention of the public to this long
celebrated and unrivaled Family Medicine,
The Pain Killer is a purely vegetable com
pound, and while it is a most ctlicient reme
dy for Pain, it is a perfectly sare medicine
even in the most unskillful hands. For
Summer complaint, Or any other form of
bowel disease in children or adults; it is an
almost certain cure, and has without doubt
bcei mora successful in curing the various
kinds of Cholera, Than any other known
remedy, cr ujren the most skillful physician.
In India, Africa mid China, where this dread
ful disease is ever more or les prevalent, the
Pain Killer is considered by the natives, as
well as European rcsidorts in those climates.,
a sure remeey.
Dr. IIostetter's Stomach Bit
tkks. The operation of this palatable rem
edy upon the stomach, liver and excretory
organs is singularly soothing and conserva
tive. It regulates, recruits, and purifies
them.'. Dyspepsia in all its lornis yields to
its. control ana invigorating properties, and
it is recommended to mothers, cnfceb'ed by
the cares and duties of maternity, as the
safest and best remedy they can probably
use. In all the crisis of female life it wjll be
found eminently useful, and elderly persons
will derive much more benefit from it than
from ordiuarv stimulants., Sold by the drug
gists Andesl'crs! everrwTier.
IIODUE; CALEF A CO., Agents,' :
35-rtf Portland, Oregoti.
t CELEBRATED J
These delirious Stomach Iiitten are prtlre'y Vfpet-
Jlle, nd free fiom alcohol ud eveiy hurtful iiigrc
J dient. A pleMnt tonic rd a most agreeable drink.
The jnarfcet in hooded with poisor.Gtis compound:"
but T H K R K bitters, indrt ft cm the pureK txi'
tract of" vtitunbl toots, larks -imi fcer!-, wie ad- t
mirau!jr adtp1d to the enre ,f all affections of the J'
' Stomach. KidiiPTs, I.irer und Rowels, mcli j 1 I
J pepsia. Fever, DiarrhcM, Iass of ppeti-e. etc. etc.
For 5u.lveTj whre. A. f F.XKH AtSKX. J
J Poir. SIasitiiubef,',
;C.fi Srjnm ard JacVson. Pan Frniiri..'..- . . $
DIl. HTJFELAND 3
SWISS STOMACH BITTERS.
The best Purifier of the Bload !
A Pleasant. Tonic !
A verv Agreeable Drink !
Cns?iTpased for acting surely but
gently on the secretions of the kid-
For sale at all wholesale and retail liquor
druor, and grocery stores.
XOBODY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
J. G. Fniscn, Proprietor.
Taylor & Denpel. Sole Agents.
Sfl.ly) 413 Clay si., San Francisco
BeiDg agent for the celebrated nursery
of II. MILLER, Milwaukie, I am, prepared'
to supply orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
at the Nursery fiicc .
Willamette Lodge .Vo. 151. O. O. T.
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By order of W. Q. T.
Oregon Lodge IVo. 3,. O. or O. F.
.y:' .Meets everv edncsdav evening
5ft at t o'clocfc, in the Masonic Hall.
Members of. the order are in
vited to attend. BV order
fiultnomaU Loitgo Xo. 1, A. h and
fi A. M. Holds its regular eommuni-
jff cations on the First and Tliird Sitt
iirdi; in each uiprth, at 7 o'clock,
from the 201 h of September to the 2ith of '
March, ana A o cloci Irqm the 2i'tu of March
to the 20th of September. Brethren in good
standi:! are invited to attend.
By order of "W. M.
MACK A; IIATCI?,
The patrpnage of those desiring First Clats
Ope rut inn, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. 1J. Xitrota Oxile administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth. Also : the
lihiijottne Spray used for those who prefer it.
Offick Corner of "Washington and
Entrance on 'Washington
OliEGON CITY BUSINESS.
L ZIGLEE & SQ1
Oregon City, Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED AE.E NOW PRE
parcd to make all manner of ware in the
LUTE OF C00PEKAGE,
To a HOGSHEAD!
Bilge or Straight Work !
on short notice, and at reasonable rates.
Calf and examine samples of our work, as
it is its own recommendation.
B3.) " L. ZIGLER & SOS.
AVA.N'XS TO pL'Y
W O O L !
FCR WHICH TIE
highest trices will
NEW Flit. M!
THOMAS n. FIELDS
Wortman & Fields,
JSText Boor to the Post Office,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Fat B3 a Ily GJs?OCClI I
Provisions of all Kind !
Wihes diul Jjiquors !
Confectionery, Spices ! .
Canned Fruits and Meats !
Aiid fill the Fuvorita
Brands of Flour and Snscai-
SggrThe highest market -prices 2ci id
for country -produce.
C. W. POPE & Co.,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper ajid Sheet Ifoa "Ware,
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly on hand a
trood assortment of Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
Offered at Portland Prices !
Our assortment in tb's line is large, and em
braces almost any desired ne'ttern, including
BLACK KNIGHT, &c.
Roofing and Jobbing of every description
done to order, in a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be found a good assortment of Hard
ware, Woodenware, etc.
Oregon City, Anril 2'.'th. SOT. f 1.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT !
To ail wishing
horse shoeing, black
Smithing, iron, etc.
John W. Lewis,-
Corner cf M MX and SECOXD streets,
Takes this opportunity to inform hii
o4d customers, and the public
ia general, that he now
has on hand
"Web-Foot" Plow !
A'4d other patterns which he Warrants in
everv particular to cive satisfaction. The
Fannin community are especially and
earnestly invited to call and see these im
plements,' before purchasing elsewhere
AH work in his line is done in the best
posf'iWs manner, and at uci prices sis must,
suit afl. In connection with the above de
partment of busuies the unders'gned is also
prepared to manufacture
Wagons and Carriages of every kind!
in pojyt ol style j.n.d durability
Eai'AL TO AXY III POUTED!
llavinst constantly tnfcand for sale a Jrge
assortcjent.of materiat, consisting in pa.rt of
i BUG OAT. TIMBER,
f III OX, STEEL, ETC,
i The proprietor is
j Enabled to fill all Orders !
i lor sveti Articles on.
j The Most Favorable Terms.
1 All Tvork from this establishment,
to be repreaciicd.
J. W. LLWIS.
OREGON CITY Bt7SINES3.
n.VTE ARRIVES !
ARE HERE FOR PARTICrlAR3
Csill at CSiuriiuius !
At the old Stand,
Main Street, Oregon City.
JEFOUE VISITING PORTLAND CALL AT
Charman c0 Brothers.
feaess Goods !
JOOK at the variety
For sale by Charman ct Brother.
C Ift si i isa si it S I3ro
ARK IN THE MARKET, AND WANT
f Choice Woo! !
C" For ichich ihe highest market
2rice will be paid.
2IOOTS & SHOES !
rJHE EEST AND CHEAPEST
At Charman cC- Bros.
Q AN NOT COMPETE WITH
iJiJf JSL 3.B.M-J-
J-JAVE YOU SEEN THE BEST
JS"ol until you have called upon
33 SATS, HATS,
Jr OTII1NG CAN EXCEL
The stock of Charman it' Bro.
O REGON CITY
C O 31 P A N V,
rpiIE ABOVE COMl'NAY ARK NOW
S jToducing anuality of
Superior to any ever before offered
on the Pacific Coast I
Using on'y the best grades of Wool.
Tho above irr.ods are offered tfc the trade
on the most favorable terms. All orders
will meet with prompt, attention
Address : II, JACO !, Agent,
SO. r, m) Oregon City, Oregon.
Or L. WHITE & liRO., Agents at Portland.
NERVE! NERVE I ERVE!
The Requirements of the Times !
II A3 IT !
rpiIE OLD ROCK STORE, TH? BEST
1 Dry (roods house in Oregon City, lias the
pluck to till every department with an emirs
, . Joy lo ths Hungry !
Hard Times Cohie Again no More !
Great Fall in the price of Goods!
At the Rock Store, on the corner of Main
and Fifth streets, Oregon City, has just re
turned from San Francisco, where he purch
ased a large and well selected stock of
WOOLEN". " PRINTS, .
WHITE " HOSIERY,
GENTS' FURNISHNG GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
PAINTS OILS, &c, &c, &c
lT" At prices hitherto unheard of,
jiTUv-thc oldest inhabitant.
-?'" Let the People clothe themselves
And Rejoice! For the winter cometh.
Give him a call and be convinced jifat the
Rock Store is the place to trade.
CITY . IIAKEKYJ
MA IX STEEET, OB EG OS t'lTt.
(Successors to Wortman & Sheppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
CxlKES! PIES! BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds
Orders in this Line will meet with
PROMPT ATTENTION ?
BARLOW & FULLER
Also keep on hand all kin.ds of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
AND PROVISIONS !
Ancf all Articles used, for Culinary
BA R tQ W& FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO J
By itiic .Case, .or at re.tail !
Attention js also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells iha
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
Farmers and the public generally, are in
vited to call at the City Bakery, where th
truth will be made apparent that our stock is
complete, and our prices reasonable. All
klctfft cf rrcauce taken in eachre tor
PAULO vr r.riitjt
OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD
. . . - . mm m
COMiNG TO OEEGON CITY !
Now is the Time to Take Passage for
he Eslablisliment of
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ONE OF TntT LAEGEST AND BEST As
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Ever brought to this Market, consisting, in part of
CLOTHING, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, For Gents' and Boys' wear!
FURNISHING GOODS. Of every variety ! .
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Of all kinds and colors!
LADIES' CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FURS, HOSIERY, etc.,
MERRJMAC PRINTS, WHITE GOODS, etc.,
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, '
GROCERIES -And an endless variety of goods, too nirwerous tc mentiaa.
Wlaicli llacy Ii&iciMl to sell Lower tlisui
Any House in Oregon !
If any one is disposed lo doubt the genuineness of the above statements,
Especially the latter all ihe -undersigned ask of them is, that they
Call ahd Examine the Goods anp Phices !
And satisfy themsfhes. IVe may be found ut ihe old stand, the Brick
Building, Main street Oregon City. JACOB it' BROTHER.
0O Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
Look Out t The Railroad is not Goming Yet !
PEOPLES' TRANSPORTATION C.
And Rolling in
Charman & Warner's old Brick Store, Iflaia Street,
Where he not only intends to se!J, but
vt 'ill Sell Ciieaper thart any other House iri the City.
I will snr,' COME OXE, COME Atl. and satisfy yourselves that it is no trouble to
rtie to show goods. I have received one ol, the largest stocks ever brought to this mar
ket, consfitiiif; in part of a fine assortment of . ,
LADIES DRESS GOODS. BALMORALS, FURS of various description? ;
CLOAKS, tiiitli as Circulars and Sacks
KID GLOVES, best quality ;
HOSIERY;- . -. ' . '
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, all vidth? : -
BOOTS AND SHOB5: HATS AND CAPS ; CLOTHING,'
Passim ere su!ts
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS :
IHYA' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualitij.
- A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all ,on the most rta's
Alo a larjre stock of Gents' FurnLsbing. Goods.'
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
All kinds of Produce Boiiglit." ..
0EEG0N LEATHER !
The Best on the Coast;
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER
rpuE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO !?-'
That he ia prepared to furnish as sood and
durable an arlicle of Leather as can be made
on the Pacific Coast, at the following rates:
Harness. Leather, per lb. . . . . .28 to SO cents.
Extra heavy,' for Concord. . . . , 3;t "
JSkirting, perpound . . . . . .3 to .'fci "
Bfiltjng, in the side 35 "
.' .Cut, pr swe foit, 100,...- .
Side, upper, " " ". 1G to 20 cents.
Grain Leatlier ". . " IS to 22
Light Buff, or Grain for Wo-
men's work 1 8 to 20 "
CalfSkins, per doz $30 00 to 40 00
Kip " 4000 to 6000
Bridle, per side 5 50 to 4 00
Collar, per side 1 00 to 2 50
Lace Leather, per side. ... , . 2 00 to., . 4 90
155" J do not think that Harness Leather
should n.ecesjsariiy toe made in , Santa Cruz, in
order to stand' he test of our cHnitS-te ; ' . ,
. Nor do I think that Beltiujf, iucjrde.r
to.. bear the strain of Oregon Machinery, must
be Eiade in h,e . xV1!301141 Spates.
. - ALL t AK.IS A
And I will prove, to the satisfaction 6T all
concerned,, that Oregon Leather is the best
ou the Coast. , , . ...
lf All c'rders will meet with prompt at
tention. Address :
36.1y) Mihvaukie, Oregon.
fO.GUS & Ar.BHICHT,
EXCELSIORK MARKET !
. Corn er of Fourth and Ma in Sts. ,
Oregon City ...... .... Oregon.
TAKE TIJIS METHOD OF INFORMING
the public that tney keep constantly,on
hand all kinds fresh and salt meats, iuch as
BEEF, POKK,. -
CORNED BEEF, HAMS,'1
. . TICK E LED PORK, LARD,
And everything else to befoynd in their line
of business. LOCUS & ALBRIGHT.
Oregon City, April 20th, 1867. 2:ly
OREGON CITY .
HENRY H UMBEL,
Having purchased the above Breweyt
wishes to inform the pnbiic that he is npvf
prepared to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good as can be obtained anywhere in tbe
.OiCon Ci't'vCtcccaber r-tb; l?-i." l?tf
rr?s57ia TliOs; Armstrongr,
the Goods for
Levy & Feciiiieimer,'
Manufacturers of and Doaiera in Furniture,
rpAKE Tills METIIOU.OF INFORMING
JL the public that they have now on baud
a large invoice of
SQUARE AND EXTENSION TABLES,
' ' lounges. desks. .
, . stands, chairs.
And various qthcr Qualities cf Rich
and Medium Furniture !
Forming a complete and desirable assort
ment, which merits the attention of buyers.
We MANUFACTURE FURNITURE
I Using good materials, and einpJoyinq: tho
I verjr beat mechanics In tts iitte, lifcnCe we
! can wjuraui out goods t.o be as represented,
and we are . prepared to 11 all orders with
promptness. . - . i
We call the a.Ueot.iQn of the public
to our salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment of desirable yoexls in the
45.1 y I Main slreet, Oregon City.
Sign and Steamboat
China. Globing, .
Imitatloiks of allliindf
Wood and Marble I
fixecuted as well -as can be done cn the
gf Ejmine our work and judge fojr your
selves. Every order attended to wj.th
care and expedition. -
C. E. MURRAY,.
West door Ralston' brick. Main st..
J 49.rfl , ' Oregon City,
i '. .. i . .-
cdeVtSe LTLrtI .Of "
CnAS. HODGE . . CHAS. E. CALEF. .CEO. W. SNELL.
HdcaE, CALEF & Co.,
BKUG-S and MEDICINES,-
PAINTS, OILS, AND Wl30W GIA39,
rAEX7S7IESt BE USEES, PAIXTEZS'
Maieriaif, an Z'ruij-jids Sundries.
97 Front Street,
S5.) I'ortland, Oregon.
A Pure and Powerful Toniq',.
Corrective and Alterative, of wonder
ful efficacy in diseases of t lie
STOMACH, LIVER AND
Prevents Fever and Ague and IJillious Re
mittent Fevers ; fortifies the system
ajjainst iliusma and the evil effects
of unwholesome water ; invigor
ates tlje prguus pi digestion
, &nd the bowels; , - ,
Steadies tlie Serves and tends to Pro
long Life. .
BEMKDilL PUOPERTIES., ...
Cures ifjfspcpsi3 Liver Complaint, Sick ana
Nervous lleauach'e, General Debiift?,
Nervousness, Depression- of Bpiiits,
Coustipsition, Colic, Intcriuit
tent Fevers, !ea- Sickn's,
Cramps and Spasms, v
and all complaints of either sex
arising Irom Eodily Weakness, whether
inherent in the svstem or
FROpUCFJpBY SPECIAL CAUSES.
-JVTOTIIIXG fllA'T LS NOT WIIOLE
J3( some, genial, and restorative in its na
ture, enters into the composition of IIOS
TETTER'S STOMACH MTTERS. . This
popular preparation contains no mineral of
any kind i no .deadly botanical element ; no
fiery excitant ; but is a combination of the
extracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants,
with ths purest and mildest of all diffusive
stimulants.. ...... . .. .
The week stomach is rapidly invigorated,
and the appetite restored by this tonic, and
hence it works wonders in cases of Dyspepsia,
and in less confirmed forms. otV Iudigeslion.
Actinias a gentle and painless aprient, as
well as upon. the liver, it also .invariably re
lieves the .Constipation superinduced by ir
reg,ular action of the digestive and secretive
organs. ' ,
Persons of feeble habit, l'-able to Nervous
Attacks. Lowness ol Spirits, . and Fits of
Languor, And prompt and permament relief
frp;i tUe .iJittera,.'.. The . testimony, on this
point is conclusive, and from both sexes.
As a Genuine Tonic, IIOSTETTER'S PAT
TERS produce effects whicli niust be experi
enced or witnessed before they can be .fully
appreciated. , . In cases of. Constitutional
Weakness, Premature befivi, .and. Uebiiitj
and Decrepitude arising Irora old age, it .ex
ercises the electric .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-culorce
and rcrpstablish them. .. , . . . ,
Last," tjiji not least, it is the only safe stim
ulant, bejpg manufactured from' sound and
inocuou-5 materials, and entirely free from
the acrid elements, present ir,pre or .less in
all the ordiuarv tonics and stomachics ol the
day. SOLD EVERY WilEVE. .
"UOLGJ3, CALEF CO., Agents, .
33:tf. I'ortland, Oregon.
S. G. SKIDIKI0RE,
Druggist an d A p o th c car y,
(123 First stv near Western Hotcf)
... Portland. Ouegox.
Dealer in drupa, chemicals, patent msd;
cincs, etc. A tine assortment of English and
French Tcilet Articles,
Perf-.''mf ry, brushes, etc. Pai ticnlar at
tention given to the preparation of prescrip
JPiiiiiily Ij e Colors;
I'atentcd October ISth, 18(53.
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Qreefi,
Dark Blur, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maizt,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Brown, Orange,
Dark Broicn, Pink, ,
. ... . ,Lighl Brown Pz-rplej
Snuff Broicn, Royal Purple,
Cherry, Salmon, ,
Crimson, Scarlet, .
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solferino,
, Fawn Drat, Violet,
. Yellow, Light Fawn Drat.
- FOR DYEING SILK,..
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarf.;,
Dresses, Ribbons,. Gloves, Bonnets,
. Ilats Feathers, Children's Clothing,'
And all Ivintls of AVvarlng A jijirel.
A Saving1 cf Eighty per Cent. ,
For 25 cents you can colofjis many goods
as would otherwise cost five tiin.es 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.
Diicctions in Eiiglislr, FrCucJi and German
outside of each package.
HOWE &. STETENS, ... .
. . , 8t3 Broadway," .Boston.
For sale by Smith & Davis Portland.iin l
by Bell & Parker, Oregon City. i
Is wilftoul doubt the most wonderful
EYE HEALER that has yet
been discovered !
It etirrs the most stubborn and hopeless
cases ott chronic Infiamations, Granulated
lids, filnis, Ac, as has been sufficiently dem
onstrated during the few months in which
in which it has been brought into public no
tice. The proprietor is so fully convinced of
its infallibility that he warrants a cure, or
ref'incis the rnonej-. It can do the eyes nn
harm, and a trial of it is therefore witl out
injury or expense to the patient, if a cure is
not e'tl'ected. It has cured caies of five, six
NINE, FIFTEEN and CVCD
Eighteen Years'1 Standing ! !
In Harrixhura and vicinity, Unn Co., Oregon.
To which jthe following persons will bear
Witness - ...
E. B. Moore, Nathaniel Bell,
A'.'L, Wallace,. G. R. Ward,
Mrs Montgomery,' John MIIolloway
W. D. Porter. " Roo't Ramsey,
And Other Citizens. .
ST Persons afdicted with the distressing
scourge of diseased eyes are r.dvised to give
this remedy a fair trial on the "Xo cure, po
Pay," and no injury plam
Prepared by Smith & liach, Haj-ritburc:,
Oregon.- , SMITH t DAVIS,
, General Agents, Portland Oregon,
To whom all oiders sliQi;Id bq Addressed.
For sale by all prugjists.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Haying followed th ahoie builecss
, . Sixteen years, in
' And Stk frixLaieo.
1 feel confident that I talis ;vc perfect sat
isfaction to all who mat tfust me. with work.
Persons firing at a distance from the city
can obtain all necessary information as to
.cost, etc., br add,ressin?:
J. A.' WET ORE, Plasterer.
Montgomery near ISth, Portland.
r-iisriTejb i.:icj.ai.3 c
-i r TC-i t-T T A Vl'nW.
AVest Side Slatu Street, . ? ; ,
L. DILLER -
. . Oregon.
JL . - n
to inform the puhlic Jhat he is norf manur
fa'cturing the best quatities of , sT
PIES, . .
PJ LOT BREAD,
Boston, Butter, Sugar anl Soda
CRAG 1C E R
&C.; ct'C, tbc.
a addition to which he will keep copstantlji
oa haud a large stock of the best staple and
PROVISIONS, &c: '
J55f The bc.;.f produce tat ij affordnd'
the market, bought and smc. ' '
" L. DILLEK, Proprietor.
. r t
Owr Uiaion FoVevcr
Oregon Fireworks Company
Labratory, Ea id Portland, Ojp.ce 10o
Froiit st., Portland Oregon.,
rpiIE SUBSCRIBERS, KXOWLVG, int
J.. wont of baring an establishment in thi
State, for the manufacture of every "descrip
tion, of Fireworks, have erected suitable
buildings in East I'ortland for the pui post
of manufacturing everv variety of
Together zvith Large Portable Pieces
17 The manufactory. w'U be under th
suiiervision of Mr. George Hughes, a ptact'i--cal
Pvrotechnist of twentv vears' expei:ieics
and we guarantee all hrewoiks manufactnretT
by us to be superior to imported arJicle4
and, at prices lower than he:etolore. Full
ucsorintire cafaloirues and prices sent on
AMrfllicAV FLAGS? Silk, Cotton and!
Buntimr, of all sizes. Address all orders t
S. J. MX'0RfICK
Front st.. Portland.' Oregon.
NEW Lie FT
BEST NIGHT LAMP IN IS
Its JIaiy .VlTanfags
FIRST-T-It is Xju-Explosive,
free triiin finoLe or offensive
F.uid vr OU.
-It (.'ices a Soft, Chan,
CHEAP Ell thdii ahy cil.tr
LUCINE BURNING FLUID
For burning in the Rbove-Lamps, outrival
all other Fluids for LIGHT ar.d ECOXtOJ V.
Ii wilt not Stain or C-iciaa Clothes," Carpet'
Tables, etc. '
LTSClim LAMPS AND TILE FLlTIJj
CAX LK HAS OF
. Jt01JE & Co.,
Wot', Tinware, Lamps, Oils, ckinett
Lant$rn, de., de. . , n4:tf
French Medical Off! eg
DR.- .lUf.IAN- PERRACLT. Doctor tf
iedi,cinc,of the Faculty of Paris, .Grad
uate of the 'University- Queen's CoUv&o, iit-l
Physjcian of the St. John BantisteSoi.ift; ,
of Spn Francisco. , ,.'
Dril I'EnnAt LT has the pleasure io -inforp
patients & others seeking confidential medi
cal adricc.' that he can be consulted l
oIice, Arniory Hall Building. Nprthvast coi -r.br
Montgomery and Sacramento street.-.
San Francieco- Rooms, No.,. S 11. liri
floor, up stairs, entrance on cither .Montgom
ery or Sacramento streets. . . . -;
Dk. 1'erii.llt'.s studies have been almo;
exclusively devoted to the cure of the vnn
Qtid forms of Nervous and Physical Debilitv.
the re.iuB.s of injurions habits acquired p
youth, which usually terminate in iiupoteiM
and sterility, and permanently induce all th
concoiritants of old age.' Where a secri
infirmity exists, involving Ihe happiness tf
a life and that of others, reason and moralii'
diciato the necessity. of, its,. removal, fur it i
a fact that premature decline of the vigor t.i
manhood, matrimonial unhappiness, comptil
Spry, single lilc, etc., hjivc thejr source- in
causes, the germ of which fs lanted in eari
life, and the bitter .fpit tasted h)ug afu-i
wards j patients,' laboring mder this coi.
plaint, will complain of or.e or more of Tl-'"
following synitoins: ( Nocturnal emission .
paius in the back and head, weakness .:
memory and sight, discharge Irom he L"r -tUa.on
going to stool," or inaking water, tin
intellectual faculties ..are wcaiened, losn .(D
memory . ensues, ilcas are clo-.ided, an
there is a disincfinatlon fo atfehli io busint.-.
or even to. reading, writicV or society m
friends, etc. .The patient will nobabiy cn.
plain of dizzinessIverMgo, and Uiat the sight
and hearing arc wcakcned.and sleep distuil.
ed.by dreams,' melancholy, sighing, palpr.:.
lions, faiu.ti!igp, co.uhs aiidslow tevr;wUilf
some have external rheumatic pain, ui.d
nu.irfjnss of tho body. Some of the mo t
common sjmptoms aj"e pimples in the lib .
face, iind achingjn diG'erent parts of t..
body. Patients suffering from this di.-ea---should
apply immediately to Dk. Pkrr.m i.t.
either in person or by letter, and he wi.l
guarantee a cure of seminal weakness in six
to eight weeks
Patients suffering from rencrial disra-.
in any sfnge, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Sfiwtuns
Bubo Ulcers, Cutaneous Erupt jon$, etc.v.-5i
be treatel successfully. An Syphilitic ii. 1
Mercurial Taints entirely removed Irom L'.c
system. ... -.
Dr. pEKBi.-l-'s diplomas are in his off;c.
ukik p.iiie.ns can see lor tnemseives, th t
I they ar; under the oare of a reauiarfy ...
caieS practitioner. Thp best references gt . -
j en if r.eouired.
! Patients' suffering tinder chronic disease.
can cat and examine for themselves. We j..
vite investigation ; claim not to know even
thing, nor to cure everybody, but we ' ,
chum that in ali cases taken under tri-sn
meat, we fulfill our promises. Wejiarticn
ltarlv request those w ho have tried this boa.-t"
cd doctor, and that advertsed phvsicinn. ti'.j
worn cut and discouraged, to call upon us.
, ..Low charges ahd quick cures.
Ladies' suffering from any complaint inr
dental to their sex, can consult the .dotr
with the assurance of relief.
FEMALE MOSTBLY FILLS.
x. Peihiaclt is the only agent in Calif"'
for Dn. Biot's Female inoiiliily pi'l-
Their immense salo has established tin
reputation as a female remedy, unapproach. -j
and far in advance of every other remci; '.
suppressions end irregularities,' and othr
obstructions in femajes. Ou the receipt rt
io tbefcc pill3 will be sent by mail ot expr
to any part of the world, fcecure from curi
osity or damage.
Persons at a distance can be cured atbon r
by addressing a letter to Dn.; PerrJIult.- c
of Sacramento and Montgomery sts.", root
10 and II, cr box 673,-P. O., San Francio...
stating the case as tiiinntelyus'pnssfbfe, gt
eral habits of living, occHpati'oo,.ec.i ,
ft) lion, for .Ie
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