Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1866-1868, August 15, 1868, Image 3

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TOHV AKU t'Ol'k'TV.
There at mors squirts thau few in
O town since ibe watf works are com-
Pl-,ted"
There is as Jt n0 movement here iu
grain to peak of. We learned that new
wheat was selling at 0(d,(i5c per bushel
at Salem, on last Tuesday. We think the
price full low.
Mr. E. M. Burton, late of the firm of
Burton & Harris, has purchased the Brad
bury interest in tie standard .Mills at Mil
waukie. . ---
The new steamer of the P. T. Co.,
.ilt at Canemah by the Messrs. Paquet,
yad launched last Saturday, has been
named Dayton. She is a perfectly mod
eled cr$t. is now receiving her machinery,
and will be out for the fall trade.
-
The contest lor the office of Sheriff in
-this county has been terminated. Mr.
Mvers retains the position, and. while
'inanv votes were thrown out on both sides,
it seems that the majority over his com
petitor was one more than when the bal
lots were counted.
It is said that sometimes heavy foes
are exacted of men who wish to cross the
Milwaukie ferry at other times that, men
arc compelled to wait until certain hours
before tbey are able to cross. How true
it is, or who or by what authority this is
done, we are not informed. Is the ferry
regularly licensed?
Very many people this year go to the
coast at tbe mouth of Salmon river. Gov.
Woods and family. Rev. 1 S. Knight and
family, Capt. McCown and family. Thomas
Drents and his bride, F. O. MuCown and
family, and the family of Hon. 1). I'.
Thompson, arc now amongst the excur
sionist then to recuperate.
On Tuesday last three men left this
city a little after daylight, armed with j
double-barreled shot guns, in search of j
came. They hunted well, and hunted ! 't,.n T7T!T, 71, i i i
J nen we meii.ioned that we had some
long, returning w.t.i a robin red breast f ,11 o-n- ;,i o; . . ,i
. a till gra.., in oui oliiee from thefairno'
about nine o clock r. M., which was feund Mr. Partlow in this countv. a friend who
next morning suspended from the knob of ; mil3t have been disgtted about sem thin
llie door at the Lmkui-imsk office. i . ,, .
o. - j "-'l'ed to bet fclJ that it eouldit be du-
The Awero&H Ciiunis! of Salem. ' plicated. To show how soon his monev
purblcd a paragraph of ours in its issue o"f would have been lost. v. e have to add
the Hill which might be construed as en- ( tat Henry Rowley has left with us
dorsiughe action of a farmer who said timothy grass measuring 7s feet in length,
that the O. C. It. II. Co. could not pass j aml -Mr- Chas. Caufield has left some ineas
tbroiigh his land unless they paid d d I "ring 7 feet -1 inches in length. We con
dear for it. Why not give the paragraph i that Clackamas is the wealthiest
an we gave it, neighbor? showing that the j county on the coast, as. besides having iron
road ronld ijo through in spite of opposi- j beds, coal beds lime, cement, gold, silver
tion, as that the company Would ask noth
ing unreasonable of any one.
' Our Young Folks," a monthly ilius
trated magazine for boys and girls, pub
lished by Tieknor t Fields. Huston, re-!
ierred to last week, lias received quite a j
recommendation from
(tweet heart, four years
our own little
old. The liulo ,
o:;o is surrounded with all sorts of picture
hooks and magazines, but this one con
sumes much the most of her time, and she
lvipiesN papa to get an oner book
Hike? ltl"!
On Saturday la-t Mr. Win. II. Ander
son of this city, tested the celebrated giant
powder the P. T. Company's ba-in.
The entrance has been ob.-tnicied by
neks, which were blown to atoms almost
in less than no time, by the use of a quar
ter of a pound of tins powder. It i-s mar
velous what it will do. When the railroad
company are ready to prepare the road
bid above the Canemah mill, thev intend
to us.- large (Quantities of this powder, i
There is a Jijie chance for a display of its 1
power in that vTfimt v. "
Gen. Heed, of Salem, is busying him
i self in his leisure hours, with his brush. I
I : o ,..
iijii-n uuvr inouuouir u line puiiuiriir
oi oar city, taking in a part of Canemah
and below as far as Green Point
It will I
in- a magnificent picture, and we hope the ; c:l
f General wilt iiardi.ia us if we go bevotul I s
I his desire
for notice, in pronouneintr
kirn entitled to a seat with the most famous
proup of American artists that can be se
lf?? '.el q His picture will be alio t three
."t by eight in size and Mrill decorate
the offije of the P. T. Co.. at Salem.
If the capitalists want to receive the
I thanks of the entire press of the Pacific; j
coast, let them invest their money in a j
I paper mill, that will manufacture news j
f paper. There are three or lour newspaper j
I tirms in Sail Francisco and Sacramento
f ihat eouhl build a mill themselves it they j
I felt like it. They can obtain a mill site j
I -ind power at a nominal rate almost, if I
they ti't-1 like making the investment. If j
they don't somebody else will. Irom the I
Fast, in l(Qs than a vear.
Ve clip the above sensible suggestion
from the Folsom Tvh-aranh. and would in-
ilvl " onr cocniporary that a paper mill
tiliiih will make newspaper, and all other
qualities, from cream lail note, has been
built in this county the past season, and
will be at work next week. You can tel'
the press of the Pacific coast about this,
and let them address II. I,. Pillock &. Co.,
Oregon City .Oregon, for future particulars.
City Skmixahv. This school reopens on
Monday, the 2fth inst.. with the following
departments fful corps of teachers : Pri
mary iVp't, Miss Mary Warren ; Prcpara- i
irv Pep t. Miss Harriet Pambrun ; Inter
tuMiate IVp't, Mr. X. W. Kandall ; Higher
JVp t, S. I. Foj.e, P. A.: the whole unde
rliarge of Mr. Pope as Principal. During j
tiie summer recess the city council have j
completely refitted the building, painted j
H throughout, and fenced in the lot. giving j
.'t a cheerful appearance, and thus render- I
in U I'nt both to teachers and
F"l"ls. Another department has been
'hle.l. and the whole regraded. thereby
re.ieving those which were heretofore
crowded. Pnp-ls on entering the school
Rrc taken on examination by the Princi
pal to their appropriate department, and
Pas to the one higher only at commence
ment of each session. Scholars aro not
allowed choice of departments, -as the
EM'le being applied necessitates the en
forcement of strict rules, thffl classes may
t be rendered irregular. The course of
?ti'ly ranges from the alphabet to the
I l ore alv;fficed branches ot a thorough
o'u, classical and mathematical edit-
Lni , 1,0lnS residents and non-resi-
:. . "aiional ad antacres eoua to anv
ay in Oregon. We would remind the
Ernr?-,.t olir sc,)0l that the most ap
of'th -Way t0 sll0W their appreciation
mann!C ,wmilary. and an effective
chit , . a,lvacing the interests of their
?V1S to visit it often, and we feel
""tired thes- n c i i . ,
1 i tnv ti, , J a:i uour or tw o at
i f ai pklwWSthe wtfekry Pliably
Mr. George Walling', supervisor near
Oswego, is being prosecuted by J. C. Trul
linger for opening what ho considered a
public highway. The case was before J.
M. Bcon. Esq., of this city, this week, and
submitted on Thursday,
We have received a prospectus of the
headless rooster; we have also seen the
headless rooster, through . hole in a box
at this city last week. Everybody can see
him at the State Fair, and we presume he
will be on exhibition to the public here.
soon.
On our recent visit to Salem we
chanced to travel with lie v. Mr. Wilbur,
of the Simcoe Indian Agency. He has
just been reappointed agent. There is no
better man for the place, and we are glad
that Father Wilbur has got it. He is iden
tified with the M. E. Chureh on this .coast,
from its beginning in Oregon.
On Monday next a large addition to
the Cliff House in this ci'y will be com
menced. The hotels of Oregon C.'ty an
neater, in all respects, than any we found
in the upper pait of the valley. We did
not have an opportunity to call at the Pa
cific, lately opened at Albany, a hotel
which we understand is well kept by Mr
Sprecger.
o
Flour is be' rig sold in San Francisco
from Clackamas county mills, at from 25
to 50 cents more on tin? barrel than the
very best qualities of California flour. The
San Francisco reporters call it '-Oregon
extra, old crop' and try to force a smile
with the reflection that " Oregon extra in
first hands Js now reduced to &00 barrels,"
held at 75.
Tho.e who are disposed to grumble
and find fault because Chinese are em
! ployed to do the dirty work on our rail
j road, should l ead the advel tisetnents in
the daily papers for laborers. Farmers
cannot llnd all the help Ihey need, hence
j how c;m it be expected that 150 miles of
j railroad is to be graded, in five or six
months, mile
Chinese ''.
ss it is done largely by the
and copper, and the best water powers in
the world, the soil produces wheat, oats,
the grasses, etc., equal to any of the cow
counties.
e traveled to Salem and back this
week, on board the new and staunch
- steamer Albany. b!ie is a very light draught
steaiiier.and actually navigated some parts
like wet gravel. We have specimen
.-tones thrown out of the bed of the rivet
by her wheel, in our ofiiee. The Success,
the new steamer built for Cap!. IJ.utghm in.
foll.iwe.l us up and back, it is said making
good time. The Success has splendid en
gines, from the W.tilamet Iron Works, ami
very probably will not linger along the
river where there is water sufficient Jo j
float her. lloth of these boats exemplify I
the truth of the statement that Oregonians j
nave reduced steamuoating to a science.
In the Atlantic States no one would ever
think of running a hundred and fifty ton
craft on such low water as there is now in
the Waliamei.
tbi.'iitliu Stm lt 'jws Cut aittitr,
i it; .ip inters'
HOIfiEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
I! AVI' PROVKI)
FROM Till: i'OST
i i .,
tmide cx pet ieiice, an entire success:
Sun pie 1 'romp t Kliieieu t and Reliable.
They are tiie only Medicines perfectly adapt
ed to popular use ; so simple that mistakes
inuot he made in using them; so harmless
us to be free from danger, and so efficient as
to be always reliable. They have raised the
highest commendation irom all, and wjli al
ways resoler satisfaction.
(The following No's are each 23 cts.)
.Vii. Cure.
Fevers, Congestion, Infiamation?,
Worms, Worm fever, worm coiic.
Cry ing-eoiic, or tethingot infants,
lliairlKca, of chihlien or adults,
Dysentery, griping, biil'ous colic,
I'hoiera-inoious, vomiting,
Ciuiglis, colds, bronchitis.
Neuralgia, toothache, fieeaehe.
lleatlac.'ies, :ck headache. Vertigo,
Dyspepsia, bliiious r-tomacti.
Suppressed, or painful jieriods,
Whites, too profuse pel iods.
Croup, cougii, diflk'uit breatlniiL',
Salt Itheum, erysipelas, eruptions,
Rheumatism, rheumatic pains,
abovj are put up in vials, with di-
S, "
'.' "
11,' "
I-,
All the
roctions containing double quantities each,
for i'J cents.
The following are also put up in vials and
are sent at t lie rate ot ..0 cents per .o.
P5,
17.
is,
I'-'i
Fever A Airue, chiil fever, agues,
Plies, blind or biccuir.i;.
Of tha'iuv, am! soie or weak eyes.
Catarrh, acute or chi onic.iiiihieuza,
Whoo,in:r-C"U;ih. violent coughs,
.Asthma, oppressed breathing.
Ear discharges, impaired hearin.'.
Scrofnla.cnhirned gla mis, swellings
General debility, physical w eakness
I)ropsy and seamy secretions,
Sea sickness, sickness from riding,
Kidn y-ui-eae, gravel.
Nervous debility, seminal emis
sions, involuntary d isc'oai ges, 1 U'J
Sole I louth, canker,
I'rirarv Weakness, wettin.' beil.
-'I,
Of1
Pah
ttul periods, with s;
asms,
Suilerings at change of life, ? Q
Epilepsy, spasm s.st. vitas danct.1,! 00
lbpihcria, ulcerated sore throat,
Zi,
PutnUy Ct ,Vv
Of to fid b'.rge vials, morrocco or
rosewood case, containing a spe
cific for every ordinal v disease a
family is subject to, and books of
directions
l-'i-nm 1 0 to nr
Smaller Familv and Traveling cases,
tnV.uW J' ' " 3
both Ibr Curing and for Prevent
ive treatment, in vials and pocket
cases 2 to ?
Pr-iid's Extract,
Cures Ibirns, Ui uiscs. Lameness, Sorcne.'S,
Sore Throat, Sprains, 'toothache, Earache.
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Files,
KmIs, Stint's, Sore Eyes, Bice '.ing of the
Limits, Nose, Stomach, or ot Piles ; Corns,
Fleers. Old Sores.
Price it OA. ; cts.. Pints ?l.."o .Quarts 1.7".
; These remedies, except I'oMl'S EX
TUACT, by the ease or sing!.; box. are sent
to anv pai t of the country, bv mail or ex
press Ire? of charge, on receipt ot the price.
Address Jlmniihrts &pec'-tic Ifumeopathic
Medicine 0ii,nnt, office and depot, Xo. oo2
Uroadvvav, Xew Yoik.
Dr. Ulmphrkvs is consulted daily at bis
office, personally or by letter, as above, for
all forms of disease.
For .-ale by all druggists.
JOTICE.
Friends, reanv thanks f.T past favors re
ceived, I have newlv opened a family grocery
in W. F. Highfteid's block, fronting the Ore
gon House, Main street, and solicit a share
of your patronage, by offering many articles
le?s than Portland retail prices.
Will exchange for butter, eggs, hams, flour
etc., tc. S- . S TONE.
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SPECIAL XOTICBS.
Ir. E. Coo-x r'-i I-'siivcrsM 1 37ngjir ic
"ALM A great Family Medicine. It is a
sovereign remedy for
1 jH Iirrla
And kindred diseases of the throat, and un
equalled in the cure of I'vscntei v. Diarrhea,
Cholera, Cholic, Cholera .Morbus, and
Fiv.-r sin 1 As tie,
Xeuralgia, Kheumatism, Cotds, Toothache.
Diiins, Sprains, Drnises, ic, ic, are at
once relieved by its limelv use.
'I'm'- a. V i;-ti lle rrrparatirai,
None crenuine without signature of
W. it. STRUNG.
REDIXGTOX k CO..
jylS Cm) Sole Agents.
STAR OF THE UNIOXi
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FOR
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DR. HUTELAKD'S
CFLEBR ATED
SWISS STOMACH BITTER3.
TRY
IT
The best Purifier of the Eleod !
A Pleasant Tonic !
A verv Agreeable Drink!
TRY
IT
Unsurpassed for acting snrelv but
gently on the secretions of the kid
neys, bowels, stomach and liver!
For sale at all wholesale and retail liquor
drug, uud grocery stores.
XO BODY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
J. G. FmsCH. Proprietor.
Tatlor & Ben-del. Sols Agents,
E5.lv) 418 C'lsy St., San jTraecisco
AVillamette Cadge o. 151. O. G. X.
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. liy order of W. C. T.
Owgon L.Hlje u. 3. i. O of O. F.
Vj. Meets crcry Wednesday evening
fctat 7 o'clock, in the Masonic Hall.
' Members of the order are in
viied to attend. Ry order
N. G.
JtlultnomaU Lulge So. 1. A. h ant
A. M. Holds its regular eommuni
9 Vacations on the First and Third Sa,
' urdays in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 'Jo'th of September to the 2oth o;
March, and 7i o'clock from the 2oth of March
to the 'jo'.h of September. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
Ry order of W. M.
MACK & HATCH,
DENTISTS,
The patronage of those desiring First Class
Vjif rations, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
X. U. Xitrous Oxyde administered for the
Painless Extraction' of Teeth. Also : the
lihiuolene Sprat used for those who prefer it.
Offick Corner of Washington and Front
streets, Portland. Entrance ou Washington
street. 42.tf
Du. IIostkttkk's 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 purifies
them. Dyspepsia in all its forms yields to
its control and invigorating properties, and
it is recommended to mothers, enfeebled by
the cares and duties of maternity, as the
safest ami best remedy they can probablv
use. In all the crisis of female l'fe it will be
found eminently useful, 5.ud elderly persons
will derive much more benefit from it than
from ordinary stimulants. Sold bv the drug
gists and dealers evervwhere
llODGLI, CALEF A CO., Agents,
3 : t f Portland, Oregon.
IIUL'STON, IIA&TINGS & CO.
HEUSTON,
HASTINGS
& CO.
AP.E TIIE
FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS
OP
SAX FRAN CISCO.
SPECIALTIES.
PltKK AM liVAKAXTEE.
The largest ind most varied stock of Gen
tlemen's Clothing, Furnishing Good-;
Trunks, Hag-? and Valises, on tiie Pacific
Coast. Every article sold, beinr of our own
manufacture, is guaranteed. Having con
tracts direct with European and American
Manufacturers of piece goods- we therebv
eJlect a saving of fully ;")0 percent, in whole
sale dealers profits antl are thus able to offer
superior Goods at less than second-rate
pi ices.
STYLES.
Having admits in London and Paris wc
introduce the new sHlvs m San Francisco
siiuuli.ineously with their appearance in
New York.
GOODS MADE TO CHEEIi.
For lhe aceonimodatiiin of such as tnav de
sire, we have secured the services if a cele
brated European cutter, and are prepared to
make up piece goods in a style superior to
any other house on tiie coast. Shirts, 'l ies.
Collars, etc., made to order ut short notice.
COUNTRY ORDERS.
Goods forwarded by Express to any part
of the Pacific Coast on receipt of orders 'and
measures ; scud for directions for measure
ment. HEUSTOW,
HASTINGS
& CO.
LICK IIOt SE BLCCIC,
novS) SAX FUAXCISCO.
W I L L A M I T T E
BON WORKS COMPANY!
r'r'n iui ili Front aiid E sts.,
MMi Portland. Oregon.
Isoia Founders,
STEAM ENGINE
AND
BOILER BUI LDERS.
T'K
IIF.SE WORKS ARE LOCATED OX the
ink of the river, one block north of
Ctmch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and elliciently.
Wc have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Dirrctor of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years givrs
liiin a thorough knowledge of tin; various
kinds of machinerv rc(iuired for mining and
I milling purposes. We are prepared to exe-
' . i . ii 1 . .r ... . .1. :.
cine oi uers lor ai i -lasses oi uucutuei j auu
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
FLOCKING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QL'AUTZ MILLS ! ! MINING I'CMPS ! !
ikt'., &C,
M-invfactvre and f?-rnir M'trtcincr? of all
Ihi.is. JtiOX SIICTTEli WO UK at Sui
Fr'inciifo eol and freight. "Wheeler t- Uan
tlall'j J'atcnt Orinder an I. Amalgamator.
la ar and Stecen' Self Adjaxtinq I'atent
l'iUn, Packing, either applied to old or new
I ttteam cy iti'ler. Quartz Stampers, Shoes and
''','' the lt.it hard iron. 3:1
THE JEWELRY
Establishment of J. 13. iMillcr
HAS BEEN REMOVED
To No 1 0 1 Fron i St., corner of A Her
Carter's Xcto Building, Portland,
la Chas. Woodard's JJnig Store
Where he w ill be ready to attend to
ail manner of workmanship in bis line.
Watches and Jewelry repaired in ths most
workmanlike manner. J. B. MILLFK.
Pioneer Book Bindery.
OREGOXIAX IJUIL.DIXO,
ISo. 5 AVsisliinsloix Street,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
BLANK BOOKS RCLED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
stvle known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
tended to.
TOll PHHTI-e XEATLYEXEfCT.
ed at tb ENTERPRISE OFFICE.
3ortlnnb.
OREGON
10 j. k: je il "Sf !
F. OPITZ, PROPRIETOR,
FIRS T STREET, POR TLA XD,
Het. Washington and Stark sts.
MAXCFACTCEER OF
ALL KINDS AND QUALITIES OF
CEACKEES!
BKEAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
n HACKERS
Will ahvavs be sold below San Francisco
prices. Alloiders promptly ntf ndfd to.
OREGON BXKERY,
First xt., Portland. Oregon.
W. A. ALDRICH. J. C. MERRILL. JOHN H CRAKEU
MJCBAKENj MERRILLS GO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
Forwarding merchants,
GENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
11. Hawaiian and Oiegon Packet Lines.
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Coffee,
Rice, and Pulu.
Agents for Frovost's k Co.'s Preserved
Fiuits, Vegetables, Pickles and Vinegar.
Dealers in Hour, Gi air.. Bacon, 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.
ALDRICH. MERRILL & CO.,
Nos liO-i and 20' California Street,
San Francisco.
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO..
10 North Front Street, Portland.
nir a ret
MEUSSGOHFFEP, Bl BRO
r
Manufacturers and Importers of,
An I Wholesale and IUlail Dealers in,
HAT.?, ( AI'S,
And HATTER'S MATERIALS,
No. 72 Front street, Portland Oregon.
Are receiving, in addition to their extensire
stock, by every steamer, all the latest styles
of New York, London and Parisian taste, for
gentlemen's and children's wear, which they
will sell cheaper thau any other house on
the Pacific coast.
P. S. Hats of every style and description
made to otder, also neatly repaired. 13v
John Nestor, Architect,
n A
OFFICE IX CAUTFU'S BUILD IXG,
Front St., Portland Oregon.
FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCES,
Business JitUses, JIali, Churches,
Tenements, Cutlayes, Suburban
Jiesii'citCf s. and
ALL DESCUH'TIONS OF ltllICK AND FRAME
Buildings Designed and Planned
With accuracy, and scrupulously and faith
fully superintended. Owners' interests
considered paramount.
E D !
O ARPE T
AND PAPER HANGING
n
B
EG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that we have
Removed to the Fine Store No. 89
Front street, Portland,
Formerly occupied by
Messrs. ('oin, Lynn if) Kaufman
Where we shall uaw open our latest impor
tations of
CAKl'ETS,
PAPEi: HANGINGS,
FLOOR AND TAliLE
OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW SH A DES, DAMASKS
LACE CUIiTALNS,
CORNICES AND BANDS,
GILT MOLDINGS,
And all goods in the
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY LINE !
We Import our fJools Circct front the
East, and sell at less tUau San
Francisco Pi ices Z
WALTER S2&OS.,
No. 89 Front street, between Alder
3".) and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S. J. fvl'GORMICK,
NtVtMUSlCj the
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers land as many new ones as may
not be acquainted witii the fact) that he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland.
(exactly opposite mount hood)
Where he is prepared to furnish
SCHOOL BOOKS,
1ST ATI OXER V,
SHEET MUSIC,
IXSTRUCTIOX HOOKS for all kinds of
Musical Instruments.
CHVKC1I 3II1C HOOKS,
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
ST KINGS.
BLANK BOOKS,
TOYS,
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS,
NEWSPAPERS,
MAGAZINES,
GLOP.ES.
PRESSES,
PENS,
Photographic Albums,
And every other article in the above line.
THE BEST SELECTION
And largest assortment of
Ladies' Gents', Misses'. Boys'
and Childrens
BOOTS and SHOES.
Can be had at the PHILADELPHIA BOOT
AXD SHOE STORE, Xo. 112 Front street,
Portland, opposite Walter Eros. Carpet "tore,
where new goods of the latest styles are re
ceived by every steamer, direct from the east,
enabling" ns to sell cheaper than any other
store in ths city. KAST & CAHALIN.
112 Frocf street. Portland.
insurance.
THE OCCIDENTAL
Insurance Company
IXTEND TO CEASE BUSIKESa
IX THIS STATE!
33.Cm B. GOLDSMITn, Agent.
NORTHWESTERN
MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
Of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Organized I 859.
S. S. Daggett President
A. W. Kellogg Secretary.
23,000 Members 3,500,000 Assets.
Business of the Year 1SG7.
Number Insured 9,8(16
Amount Insured, over $20,000,000 00
Piiid claims by Death 1SG.725 37
Paid dividends 95.938 20
A PURELY
Mutual Collapsing !
There are but seven Purely Mutual
Companies doing business in the
U nied States, as per Massa
chusetts reports, and those
seven are the most successful !
The Northwestern
TS OXE OF TEE SEVEN!
It makes its ten payment policies non
forfeiting for onc'tenlh. after one
payment. Other companies do
after two or three payments.
Xo extra charge for traveling to and
from the Atlantic Stales, Europe,
Oregon, or the Islands.
It has not raised its rales, as some
companies have, to make large divi
dends, but continues at the same
rates as at organization, and
making even larger divi
dends than the easttrncompanies.
Comparison Endowment Policies
Age. Thirli, Pdyable at Forty.
KorthwesUm, . .
M utual
Nev Kngland
Manhattan
.soo as
. 104 53
. 10'j 25
. 115 10
Equal h a dividend in advance, of
from 10 to 20 per cent. Its per
cenlaoe of expenses and losses
on receipts, art less than any
purely Mutual Company.
Investigate our company before Insur
ing Refer by permission to the
following citizens of Portland:
Rev. W. II. toy, John Nestor,
A. L. Loveh'y, " lieriah lirown,
Michael O'Connor J. It. Rubb,
AV. .1. VanSchuvver. S. G. Skidmore,
And numerous others, Insured in the
Company.
Elmore fc H-'WE. General Agents,
513 Montgomery street.,
isA.v Francisco, Cal.
O. Kilbourn, Local Agent,
I'OliTLAXD, OlHiGON.
J. A. Chama. M. D.,...3led;cal Examiner
?TTor Blanks, information, kc,
Apply to
II. H. JOHNSTON,
Carttr's Block, Portland Oregon.
Agent for Oregon and the Territories.
TIIE MANHATTAN
JAte liisiirsiiftcc Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets Nearly
, $.-).oon.ooo oo.
Dividend to Jantary 1st, 1S07,
Dividend of ISO", 40 per cent. Cash.
rpiIIS LARGE DIVIDEND IS VERY
JL gratifving. and assures the roi.icT hold
ers that they will, in this carefully eonductd
company, obtain insurance at the lowest cost
consistent with tue sr.lety of the insured.
SPECIA L FEA T URES.
Dividends Annually,
Policies non Forfeiting,
After one Payment.
Policies Incontestable,
Credit Given for part of
The Premium if Desired
Prompt Payment of Losses!
5f AH classes of Life and Endowment
Policies issued.
Important New Features in
Dividends, and Modts of Insurance :
The following are examples of the opera
tions of the lat dividend. Policies issued
in lbt3 onlv four years ago:
Amount Prei'niuin Added Total
Age. Insured. Paid. to Policy. Amount.
40 HVU0 51,250 J3,.7a 13,572
35 S,o00 1,"V2 2,MS K',S43
SO 7xid -7('s
25 7,000 671 2,505 I'.oOo
This is an entirely new plan, originating
with this company, and gives insurers the
largest return erer made by any company in
the same period. All information, books,
blank Applications, can be obtained from
C. 1'. FERRY, Agent,
103 Front St., Portland, Oregon.
Dn. A.D. Ellis, 1
Dk. W. II. V atkins. , Medical Examiners.
B. KSLLIf,
Loca 1 A s c u t,
Oregon City.
AND
Life Insurance.
JOHNSON k McCOWN ARE TIIE Local
Ageuts in Oregon City, of the Pacific
t-ire Insurance Company, the best doing
busiuess on this cat. This Company is
the only one in Oregon that
Issue Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the case to San Francisco.
ALSO, AGENTS OF THE
North America Life Insurance Co.!
Presenting the most desirable features,
having its policies guaranteed by the fctate
of New York.
Don't delay sitention to these mat
ters until your property is destroyed by tire,
or until you a.e sick, when you car. not be
msured. ' CU immediately. (S-2.il
P. FERRY,
No. 108 Front street, Portland.
Agent North British and Mercantilf
Insurance Company.
And Manhattan Life lnsnrar.ee Co
&0 VERNM ENT SECURITIES, STOCKS
Bonds, and Real F.3tat bought and
sold on CosaniissiOB. 3:
l3ortlan&.
HOEGE, CALEF firCd.,
DEALERS IN
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAIXTS, OILS, AND WIXDOW GLASS,
rAEXISLTES, UE USEES, PAIXTEES'
Materials, ana urvggists' Sundries.
OT Front Street,
Portland, Oregon.
Co.)
SPRING
STOCK !
-SOTV-
OPENSfC !
HURGREN & SHiK'CLEP, !
lOG, liiS, 170, 173
First street, corner of Salmon,
PORTLAND. OREGON.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OP
Parlor, Bedroom, Dininaroom, Office
and Library Furniture !
Pure curled Hair, Eureka hair, Moss
Pulu, Wool and Strain Matrasses,
Spring Matrasses of all descriptions
On Hand and Made to Order.
We are constantly adding to our already
large stock, and purchasers will tiud a most
Complete Assortment
to select from. No pains will be spared to
do justice to our patrons, both as to prices
and quality. We have a large stock of case
goods, such as
Walnut Bedroom suits !
Imitation Maple !
Oak and Rosewood suits!
Arm. Dining, and Wood seal chain!
WE SCPPLT DEALERS AND MERCHANTS
Receltlng orders from the country at the
LOWEST PRICES 1
29.) HURGREN k SIIINDLER.
L. A. GODARI?. 1. R. LAKE.
CODARD & LAKE.
Nos. 114 und 110 Second street,
cor. Morrison, Portland.
Having Uouglit out and Refilled
THE OLD
BEXXETT& WHITE
Liver) , Sale arid Feed Stable
Are now prepared to receive all the old
customers, and as many new patrons as niay
see lit to give us a call, we will give
Particular attention to Farmers stock!
Wc arc satisfied that we can give entire
satisfaction to our friends and the public
and shall do so,
OUR LIVERY IS ALL NEW !
BOTH AS TO
CAIilil AGES A.VD HORSES !
And we shall take pride in turning out as
nice ni otitlit as any establishment on the
coast for the same nioney.
We will aUo be prepared to buy all
the good hoises that Cuiin; to this maiket, at
better prices thau any one else can pay, as
we have a connection below superior to any
other parties iu iau Francisco, in this hue
of busnie.-s GODARD k LAKE.
PLUJ1BLYG, GAS & STEAM
Fitting Establishment,
Xo. HO First SUeet.
.Portlan
Oas Fixtures,
Cooking Ranges,
Hot. Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washstands,
Sheet Lead and Block Tin,
Wafer Closets,
Bath Tubs,
Lead Pipe.
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELBOWs, I1ETURX BEXDi.
X1PPLES, BUSHIXGS, dbc,
for Steam, Water and Oas.
ALSO
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages, Whistlei
Tallon Pumps, Hteam Guages, Globe,
Angle, and Check Valves, Gunge
Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinds
ot Brass Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, &c.
Ilctels, public buildings; :titl piiVafe resi
dences heated with 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.
C. H. MYERS.
sTABLISHF.D I L.3TACI.ISII ED
1B57. f 1 ies7.
J. O1
No. 90 First street, Portland,
Wholesale and Kftail Dealer in Garden.
Grass and Flower Seeds !
All Seeds from this Establishment are
Warranted Fresh and Genuine.
Foreisn and Domestic Dried Fruits and
Vegetables.
Foreign and Domestic Green do do
Vegetables and Fruit Packed with care for
Shipment.
NUTS Pea-mit., Brazil-nuts, Wal-nutS, Fil
berts and Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bousrht expressly for family use.
tT" AH of which is ottered for cash a
cash prices. Orders solicited.
35:ly JOIIV OHOX.VOn.
No. 00 First St., Porthnd, Oregon.
3r .A. 3L 3L X2 X "5!
One door sooth ffom the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
Portland, Oregon.
Wm. T. Shanahan,
IMPORTER AND OE.iLER IN
M US I CA L INS TR UMENTS,
FINE ENGRA VINGS.
PICTURE FRAMES
And MOLDINGS.
rpilE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
I of Engravings, Crotnos, Plain and col
ored Lithogmphs, etc., ever before clVered
in this market, just receied and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
also :
Views of Columbia River Scenery !
Constantly oa hand.
AGENT FOR BSADBCKT'S CELEBRATED
Girniid Scale Fisinos !
Which have given universal satisfaction,
and which te guarantees to sell at Sao Fran
ciscopricea. 7 Special attention given to framing
Photograph Engravings, etc.
Mr. Shanahan, formerW of A. Koh
ler's establish ment. San Francisco, will at
tend to tuning and repairing Fiapos, Melq
deons, and all kinds of Musical Instruments:
Piacos for Rct. (33.1y
iHi5Ccllancoii0.
SCOTT. . DICKENS:
The Masterpieces of Fiction at d
Marvel of Cheapness !
The Waverley Novels,
At the uniform price of 25 cents per volume;
each volume illustrated with an engraved
frontispiece,to be completed iu 23 volumes;
as follows :'
Waverley. Fortunes of Nigel,
franhoe." Peverii ot the Peak.
Kenihvorth. Quenlin Durward.
Guv Mannericg. St. Ronan'i Well.
Antiquary. Kedgauntlet. ,
Rob Roy. The Betrothed, and q
Old Mortality. Highland Widow.
The Black Dwarf, and The Talisman.
Legend of Montrose. Woodstock.
Brhie of Lammer- Fair Maid of Perth;
moor. Anne of Gelersteio;
Heart of Midlothian. Count Robert of
The Monastery. Pari3.
The Abbot. Surgeon's Daughter.
The Pirate.
The first volume, -Waverley," Issued ori
February 22d. A volume will be published
about once a fortnight, until the beiics ia
compl.ted. .
For Six Dollars we will send the entire
set of Waverley Novels, and a copy of a new
Steel-plate Portrait of Sir Walter Scott, suit
able for framing.
For Ten Dollars we will send a set of
Dickens (in uniform style), 17 volumes, and
Waverley, 25 volumes. The cheapest Ten
Dollars' "worth to be found in the whole
range of literature. Forty-two volumes fof
ten dollars !
Four subscriptions for the Waverly Novels
't--i(nj) will entitle the sender to a set of
Dickens, 17 vols., gratis. "
Eight subscriptions, remitting $48. on, will
entitle the sender to a copy of the "Waver- .
ley Gallery ," containing Steel Engravings
of the Female Characters in the Waverley;
Novels, bound in elegant taorrocco, pricai
15.00.
Works of Charles Dickens;0
Handsomely printed, from clear type, on
good paper, and of con venient sile. Com
prising the following Volumes, at the an
nexed prices :
Oliver Tivit 172 pp 23 eta;
American Notes 104 15 "
Doinbey k Son 353 " 35
Martin Chuzzlewit 342
Our Mutual Friend 830 "
Christinas Stories M "
Tide cf Two Cities Hi "
Hard Times, and Audi-
...S5
. . .24
. . .20
tional Christmas Stories,20C " .;;... 23
Nicholas Nickleby S-i') " 33
Bleak House S40 " ......S3
Little Dorrit Z " :35
Pickwick Papers Z'l "
David Copperiield S51 "
Barniibv Rudge 657 "
Old Curiosity Shop 21 "
. -
!".30
Ketcnes iju "
Great Expectations 14 " 25 "
On receipt of 4.50 we will mail to any id
dress, post paid, the entire works of Cbarlea
Dickens, and also a Steel-plate Portrait of
Dickens, Suitable for framing.
Special Club Rales.
Each Set in a Club entitled to the Steel
Portrait. u
DICkEXS' WORKS. 17 VOLS.
One set, with a portrait of Dickens, suitable
for framing 3:4 r,i
Three sets, with 3 Portraits 12 50
Five sets, " 5 " 19 00
Ten sets, " 10 " 37 00 -
WAVEKLEf NOVELS. 3 VOLS.
One set, with a Portrait of fcir Walter
Scott M f tj CO
Three sets; vvith 3 Portraits 16 00
Five sets, " 5 ' 25 00
Ten sets, " 10 " 50 00
Single numbers of either of the above
Works, as well as sets, or clubs, including
Portraits, mailed postage prepaid, on receipt
oftbepr.ee. D. APPl.ETO.V k CO...
Publishers, New York.
IFiimiS.y Dye Colors
Patented October IStli, 18(53.
PERFECT FAST COLORS:
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue. Maize-,
French Blue, Maroofi,
Claret Brown, Orang?
Dark Droicn, Ptiikt ,
Light Brown Piirplet -Snvtf
Brown, Royjl Purple,
Cherry, Salmon,
Crimson, Scarlel,
Vdrk Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solferino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Yellow. Li ah t Fawn Drab.
FOIl DYE1XG SlK.
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shafts; Scarf
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
Anil all Kinds of Wearing Apparel;
A Saving of Eighty per Cent.
For 25 cents you can color as mafry goods
as would otherwise cost five times that sum.
Various shade enn be produced from the
same dye. The process is simple, and any
one can use the dye with perfect success.
Diiections in Knglish, French uud Germaa
outside of each package.
HOWE k STKVENS,
o0 Broadway, Boston.
For sale by Smith k Davis Portland.ahd
by Bell k Parker, Oregon City. 21
HIRAM SMSTHS
OPHTHALMIC
PANACEA!
Is without doubt, the 7nost wonderful
EYE HEALER that hasyu
been discovered !
It cures the mo?t stubborn arid hopeless
cases of chronic Infhtmatiohs, Gfantdated
lids, films, 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 fs so faily Convinced of
its infallibility that he warrants a cure, or
refunds the money. It can c"o the eyes n
harm, and a trial of it is therefore witt out
injury or expense to the patient, if a cur is
not elfected. It has cured cases of kive, six
m:?e, FirTKEJr and even'
Eighteen Years' Standing !
In IlarrMurg and vicinity. Linn, Co., Oregon.
To which the following persons will bear
Witness :
K. B. Moore, Nathaniel Bell-
A. L. Wallace, ii. R. Ward,
Mrs Montgomery, John M Holloway
W. D. Porter-: Roo't Ramsey,
And Other Citizens
Persons afflicted with the distressing
sccrrrge of diseased eyes are advised to gi
this remdj- a fair trial on the "No cure n
Pay," and no injury plan. '
Prepared by Smith k Roach. Ilarrisbunr.
Oregon. SMITH k DAVIS,
General Agents, Portland Oregon,
To whom all oiders should be addressed.
tif" For sale by all Druggists. (29
LACO URS '
Celebrated Stomach Bitters,
o
At this season r,f the yeor when ctilHs and
T"Cr,, J""6 F'rfeva1enf. there is no one wh
should be without a b;ttIeof Louis LattmrV
Delightful stomach Bitters. Like the
Lighthouse to the Mariner,
thev are the guide to those who nse them to
outride the breakers of disease, in the jom
ney of lite. To them was awarded the First
1 remilm, at the California State Fair The
Committee highly and especially recommen.
ded thim for their medicinal qualities.
Their cmbleni is
A LIGHTHOUSE;
Their device :
Pro Bono Puhlico ;
ZT Sold by all the principal drug s'.ortrn
liquor houses and saloons in ttris city, fid
throughout the state.
500
CASES FOR SALE
In lots to suit, at manufacturer's rite, by
-VJ AKH. to.,
De.'.lers in Foreign and Domestic Wines
and Liquors, 22 Front fct. Portland. (4S
LOWE LiS ! 7"
Being asrent for the celebrated unrawy -of
II. MILLER, 'Milwauije, I am preparea.
to supply orders for-Fjower ad Sbxuabbry
t'tbe-2'ur9ery price.
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