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Sl)t iUtciiln Enterprise.
Oregon City, Oregon ,
D. C. IKHLAND, EDITOU AND PROPRIETOR.
Sept. 12, 1853.
National Union Ticket.
Gen. ULYSSES S.GRAN
FOR VICE PRESIDEXT,
For Presidential Rlcctora,
B. MEACUAM, of Union county.
CDr. W. ROWLRY.of Washington.
O. JACOBS, of Jackson. .
fSTL. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Mer
ehants' Exchange, is our only authorized
(gcnt in San Franc'sco. For Eastern Ad
Terliing, Mr. Fisher is represented bvS. 11.
Psttingill & Co. of New York and Roston.
The Success has adopted Missis
;ppi style, and spars her way over
The telegraph rjoa't say much
thij week. Vermont did not go
The St. Johns Barrel Works pro-
q uce a shatrug of eottonwood which
can easily bo reduced to pulp for
Clara F. Derby is the author of
the poem: " Don't leave the farm!"
She is the daughter of a New Eng
Yamhill county this year pro
duces 800,000 bushels of wheat, and
500,000 bushels of oats.
The old geiitlemau Stevenson, of
MTClosky Shuts note, is dead, lie
accidentally fell Into a well.
McMiunviilo is destined to be
come the second town in the Walla
St. Helen is a good point at
which to locate. The iron about
there will be developed within two
Rev. J. A. Daly, son of the el
der Daly of this county, has returned
to Oregon. He recently lectured on
Palestine, at Portland.
The Herald in copying French.
Not knowing bow to read French, a
Reserved complimeut was paid to
Hon. Geo. H. William. Accidents
A splendid lot of songs suitable
for the campaign have been printed
in b&jk form by John Slrutman, 50G
"Washington street, S:iu Francisco.
Tie ii prepared to furnish badges,
etc., at from 81 to $5 per 100.
A wholesnlo capture of Stage
robbers atid thieves, was lately effect
ed in Idaho, by Messrs. Woodward,
-of , Wells, Fargo & Co., and Postal
Agent Brooks. A bad gang is brok
-The dam and flume of the Os-
Qvego Iron Company at Oswego,
seemed to be drying up for want of
a little water, when we were there a
few days ago. In a few years it will
be a common remark ; " What might
iiot have been Oswego," only for the
the troubles of this year.
Jealousy vva3 the cause of Ver
tti's refusal of the decorations of the
c-rovvri of Italy. The Minister of
Public Instruction of that kingdom
wrote a letter to Rossini, in which he
?""! n ! til or him ' LinfT
cf kings "
J VVIM. Ill ..iaj fca
ninon-i musicians. 1 his came to v er-
tii'a cars and he refused his inferior
Last week we tstated, on the au
thority of a New York dispatch, th&t
John Allen, " the wickedest man in
Jvew York," had made a profession
of religious faith given up his dance
house on Water street, New York,
tc. This was about the first of Sep
tember, ar.d accords with the closing
paragraphs of mi article on the first
.-33 ofrhe Enteki'iuse to-day.
The West Side Railroad Cora
pany are advertising for iwentninr.
men. Not long ago tney were enss
3nj loudly . because; the East Side
Co. employed f(0 Chinese, stated
that all the white men wanted to
build theQToad could be procured.
Then they set out to employ ail that
were to be h:ul. They must have
concluded that but twenty-nine spare
men are in the State or else they
don't want so many as they boast
ed of. .
A Lew organization, knon as
1 he. Saletn & McMimiville Kailroad County c'lerk, of Clackamas, and, with the
I".- Lt liMii innnrnnrnturl n-u assistance of said clerk, will publicly ex-
Las Uten incorporated. i DC aminc t,ae aiSCSSlnent Roll, and correct all
Directors fire : Dr. II. V. V. John- errors in valuations, descriptions or a lali
., T T Vrn J.0a V!I!., of lacds.lots or otl.er pronertr. etc
L M. Johus, A. B. Falconer. S. M.
'trvo,-, 1 :.,t, T tu... I
iiuiu,juu vi cniiitti ijuiisuii. a in'
iiave made a preliminary nurvev of
the route, and find the distance to be
niiis. H is over n very easy
rrvde, and can made very cheaply.
This road will accora modal e a large
boope of the very best grain region
in Oregon, being a part of Polk and
The O. S. N. Co. have eighteen
rteomers, seven or more of which are
iu constant use. They have, besides,
r-ii locomotives and a larere number
. f crs. Operate two railroads, a !
K-iegrph, tt, and yet there has;
i.evcr, since their organization, been
accident resulting in the loss of
lite. There has not even been a f,haft
.broken ; or a stoppage of any kind,
to any of their boats or cars, for
Tiearly two years. Oa the 5th of
-November, ISfiG, the steamer Oicy
lee broke a shaft, and that hns bet-ii
the lales-t'-necidir'nt. Wr-ere is tlnn?
tr.:,: can jTes.-ni
Rev. Father lioyjil and wife, vt
Portland, celebrated the 50th anni
versary of their marrioge, on the 8th.
Father Royal is nrnong the oldest
preachers of the Oregon Conference,
and is universally respected and be
We have recesved the American
Agriculturist for August, a valuable
number, lull of interesting matter,
and very beautiful iu its illustratious
-Old Buchanan died worth $330,
582. A striking feature in the in
ventory of his effects, is the absence
of U. S. securities. About $150,000
was in Railroad bond and mortgages.
" Good paying spots," says the
Levriston Journal, may bo four.d in
and about the head waters of the St.
Joe. or North Fork of Clearwater
Gen. Crook is nuw in command
of the department of the Columbia.
Gen. Crook is the man we all want.
Have long needed and we hope he
will be allowed to stay with us.
. Another 6tage robbery took
place near Salt Lake on the 25th.
Wells, Fargo 6c (Co. lost $12,000 in
The California Farmer predicts
that the day is coming when the
working men will rule this nation.
We think so.
Bro. D.M. C. Gault, who wields
a sprightly pen, and is a very pleas
ant gentleman, has surrendered the
qnili to another on the Sentinel.
Gen. Palmer has been explor
ing for a pass for a Railroad to As
toria. A practicable route has been
A hurdy gurdy house has been
started in Salem by the " wickedest
man" there, we presume.
The name of the Bennett House
at Salem has been changed to the
"Avenue.'' Fine change.
The Albany Register has come
to hand. It seems destined to fill
J. F. McCoy, Esq., will corres
pond for the Herald during the session
and things at Salem.
The name Fenian Guard" of
Portland, has been dropped, and
" Emmet Guard" instituted.
--Barman Bros, wartt workmen in
their tailoring establishment at Port
land. Mr. Joseph C. Mann has located
The Snake Indians around and
about Klamath are now all peaceable.
The Linn county fair opens on
the Continues four da vs.
Meussdui lTer Bros.' last stock of
hats and caps excel all others.
The IFc?if will connect with
the Success for Salem, to day.
Tho Wafhington county fair
opens on the 15th.
The Oregon Legislature will
meet on Monday next.
The State Fair will commence
this year on September 28th.
1. Thou shalt not make use of any kind
of goods, unless they are bought at Kohn &
2. Thou shalt not use anY Gloves. Hose.
Ilanderchicfs and Fancy Goods, unless they
come from Kohn fc Fishel's stoie.
Thou shalt not allow thy wife or daugh
ter to buy Dress Goods or Domestic unless
they are bought at Kohn & Fishel's store.
4. Thou shalt not walk the streets, unless
thy Boots and Shoes are bought at Kohn &
5. Thou shalt not he allowed to visit la
dies unless thy clothing comes from Kohn
t Fishel's store.
fi. Thou shalt have no covering for thv
head, unless thy hats are bought at Kohn li
7. Thou shalt not allow thy female house
hold to go walking, unless their shawls,
cloth or silk cloaks, sacks, basijues, furs,
parasols, fans, balmoral skirts, embroidery,
tud all soitsof trimmings, are purchased
at Kohn &. Fishel's store.
8. Thou shalt not buy goods of anyone
that imitates Kohn &, Fishel.
Dve Golous. One of the rcost
useful nnd economical productions of the
present age is Howe &. Stevens' system of
Family Dve Colors, comprising all the staple
colors and the most exquisite shades, auc so
simple that any one cu use them with per
fect success. -
Is hereby rriyen to all persons interested
that on Wednesday, the -30th day of Septem-
l, .. l-iJO T .,-i!l iiiiaml (it flirt 0HfO if tli
Countr Assessor, Clackamas Co.
Notice is hereby given that an examina
tion of persons desiring certiticates to teach
Commou Schools in Clackamas County, will
be held at the Court House in Oregon City, on
Saturday, the 'id of October,
163. Examination to commence at 1 o'clock,
iv m. P. KILL IN,
Supt. Common Schools, Clackamas Co.
Oregon City. Sept. S, lSS. f47.td
f In the Circuit Court of Oregon for Clack
amas county. '
Francis Voting plaintiff, t. Moses Young
Tv Moti l'oung, the above nam.'d defendant :
In the name of the State of Oregon, von
are hereby required to pper and answer the
complaint tiled against you in the above en
ti'ed action, by the fourth (X) Monday of
October. A. D. "lSS. bemir the first (I ("dav
of the term of toe above entitled court next
tfT;hn.i k a, r ;.i . r.J.i.
pubhcition of this summons to-wit: once j selves', the few simple remedies we can com
a week for six successive weeks : And if j maud nre so much iu advance even of tneir
you fail so to answer, for want thereof the phvsicians, that we have almost daily apph
plaintitl' will apply to the court for the relief I cations. We allow them to come, because it
demanded in said complaint viz ; A decree j brings us in contact with them, and opens
of divorce from j on. ' a door to usefulutss. In diarrhoea, colic yoni -
Ly order o! the Judge of the circuit court. ! iting, cholera, coughs, etc., your Pain Killer
K. HAMILTON & R. F. HKXSlLS, hasten mv chief medicine.
Attcrcoy. f3r Fl-iinti?. I
HECSTON, HASTINGS & CO.
PR-ICIS ASD UCARASTEE.
The largest and most varied stock of Gen
tlemen's ""Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Trunks, Bags and Vulises, on the 1'acihc
Coast. Every article sold, being of our own
manufacture, is guaranteed. Having con
tracts direct with" European and American
Manufacturers of piece goods we thereby
ellect a savins; of fully 50 percent, in whole
sale dealers profits and are thus able to offer
superior Goods at less than second-rate
Having agents in London and Paris we
introduce the new styles in San Francisco
simultaneously with their appearance in
GOODS HADE TO ORDER.
For the accommodation of such as may de
sire, we have secured the services of a cele
brated European cutter, and are prepared to
make up piece goods in a style superior to
nr other house on the coast, Shirts, Ties,
Collars, etc., made to order at short notice
Goods forwarded by Express to any part
of the Pacific Coast on receipt of orders and
measures ; send for directions for measure
LICK HOUSE BLOCIC,
novS) SAN FRANCISCO.
As the age in which ive live demands
progress in Farming Implements as
icell as in all other branches of tndus
try, we have determined to rnter exten
sively upon the manufacture oj the
Ficil $5i2s Flow I
Better known inOregon asthf WOL
GA MO T PL O Ur. Th is Plow com .
bines all the desirable points of a per
fect irnplnncnt being sinjne in con
$t ruction, cheap, durable, and of light
draft. The only Premiums tch'tch ivere
awarded to Gang Plows at the great
Implement trial at Mattoon, Sept. 4,
lSb'G. by the t'tute Agricultural Soci
ety of Illinois, were awarded to this
Plow. The following is an extract
from the Report of the Commissioner
of Agriculture, for the year 1SCG, and
may br found on page 24G of that re
"The Gang Plow made by J. C. Pfeil,
Arenzville, Cass county Illinois, is received
with no little favor in the west. Almost in
credible stories are told of its excellence
and efficiency in plowing the prairie fields
of Illinois and other States.
" The depth of the furrow is regulated by
the crank-axle, which is so arranged that
theplouirhs can be driven deepcr'or sha!-
lower at "the pleasure of the driver, when the
team is moving, bv means of the lever.
We also manufacture sulkey plows for
small boys, or infirm persons who arc unable
to manage a team of three or four horses.
This gang or sulkey plow, will cut a fur
row from 'J to 10 inches deep.
"The committee who tested the draught
of this plow with a dynamometer state, that
it ran lighter by 140 pounds, than other plows
when running at the same depth, and held
by the plowman while oa foot,"
With this Plow one man can do
more work than iico men can do with
walking Plows, and the same amount
of team. Hence, it to ill be. seen that
it will more than -pay for itself in one
Egyji adlition to the above, John
TF. Lewis will also manufacture the
WEB-FOOT GAIT G PLOW!
A X I) T II E
Web-Foot Walking Plow !
Both patterns of his own invention,
for which jiatcr.ts have been applied
for, and which have withstood, practi
cal tests with the best results receiving
faltering testimonials wherever seen
55- Now, the Farmers of Oregon
are invited to give the Oregon City
Manufactory a trial. Do not pur ch"
ase a Plow of any description until
you hare examined our make and
prices, as we are determined to sell at
less than importer's rates, by giving
you a more durable article, and a guar
antee icarronting the same.
For furtder information address
LEWIS & WOLGAMOT,
Asiatic Cuolera in China.
Tiwocnow, China, Aug. 23, 1SG6.
Messrs. I'F.nttT Davis & Sox:
Dear Sirs During a long residence in
China, I have used your invaluable Pain
Killer, both in my own family and among
the Chiuese, and have found it a niot excel
lent medicine. In the summer of '02 and '6-1
while residing in Shanghai, f found it nu
almost certain cure for Cholera, if used in
time, indeed, using it in' a great many in
stances. 1 do not remember failing in a sin
gle case. For three years I, have been re
siding in this place, more than fifty miles
from "a phvsiciau, and hav e been obl i ged of
ten to fall "upon my own resources in cases
The Chinese come to us in
nieuicine ami uavice.
. v,t,.,i. irithnnt mpdical knowleaire our
J. f. K.i
North American S. S. Co.,
EM cw Steamer
Each OCSAN !
Passengers Berthed Through !
To New York, via Panama !
'TT7'If BE DISPATCHED THE PEIt
V V fectly new and fast steamship
3,000 Tons J. li. Kelly Commander.
FOlt IMA AZIIA, frojsi MISSION St. wlif
u.t 1 o' lo li, noon,
Saturday September 19th, 1863.
CONNECTING VIA PANAMA R. It.
At Aspinwall villi the splendid neio
Steamship GUIDING STAR !
3,000 Tons For New York.
Tickets to return good fur six months
At Extremely Low Rates
One hundred I'js. Baggage free.
An experienced Surgeon on board.
Medicines and Attendance free.
Sir Oregonian sails Oct. 5lh.
The Nebraska sails Oct. 307.
ST For further information applv to,
I. W. TIAYMOXI), Agent
N W cor. Pine and Battery sts., upstairs,
.td! San Francisco
FJgvv York, Japan & China,
Will be dispatched as follows :
Leave wharf corner of First and Brannan
streets, at 11 o'clock a. m. of the following
dates, for Panama, connectinjr via. Panama
R. K: with one of t'ne company's splendid
steamers from Aspinwall for New York, on
The 14t!. 3S.I ami :JO:!i,
O F E A C II M O N T II!
Steamers leaving SanFrancisco on the 14th
and 3;th touch at Manz.millo. All touch at
Acapulco. Departure of the Gth connects
with Fn-jflish steamer fur Australia. Depart
nre of the 14th is expected to connect with
the French Trans-Athmt ic. Co.'s steamer for
St. Nsizaire. end Enclih steamer for South
America. Through tickets can be obtained.
Departure of Hth is expected to connect
with Lngiish steamer for Southampton, South
America, and P. R B: Co.'s steamer for Cen
tral America. Through tickets can he had.
Passengers berthed through. Bag
gage checked through, lot) lbs. allowed to
each adult. An experienced surgeon on
board. Medicine and attendance free.
These steamers will positively sail at 11
o'clock. Passengers are requested to have
their basri'tce on board before ten o'clock.
STKAMKRS FOR September l'JS.
The following Steamships will be dis
patched on dates as follows:
.September iSi:ramuto, Capt Parker
connecting with Octati (Ji'ni., Capt. King.
Septenioer '"2d Mvhha.a Captain Cavalry
connecting with IhnryX a . yCaptConner.
St','t. oijtl: Coiifi'itut'njit, Capt Hudson eon
netting with Arlziiii't , dipt Maury.
Z-W Through tickets to Livt-rpord by the
Cunsird, I u until and Nutional steninship itne.i
can be obtained at the P. M. S.S: Co.'s odire
in SanFrancisco, where may also be obtained
orders for passage from Liverpool or South
nmpton to Sau Francisco eilher via New
York or St. Thomas if desired an amount
of 10 or l'o will he advanced with t lie
above orders. liuhkrs of orders will be re
quired to identify themselves to the Agents
For nn i chtmdise and freight for New York
and way ports, apply to Wells, Fargo ii: Co.
No Freight received alter 'J. v. ii. of th.
dav prior to departure.
jXy" The steamship Grwt Tliuvhlk. Capt.
S. Doane, will be dispatched on Saturday
Oct. r,d. at Y o'c! ck, noon, for YOKOHAMA
and HONGKONG, connecting with the str.
Ckmta l:iea, for SHANGHAI.
F-r passage and all other information, ap
ply at the P. M. S.S: Co.'s ofiiee, corner of
Sacrameuto and LcidesdoriV ts.
OLIVKR KLDK1DGF,. Szent.
Oil KG ON
QTCAM U A S ?i- ATC1M PP 5Ci
t-J-iiVi IvHS Lci.-i i Si-4 ULI O
BOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL leave
Portland as follows:
FOR DALLES CITY : DAILY,
Sundays excepted,) at 5 o'clock a. m.
FOR UMATILLA AND WALLULA :
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
At 5 o'clock a. it.
Returning, leave Wallula on Monday
Wednesdaj &, Friday, touching at Umatilla.
FOR ASTORIA :
Monday and Friday, at G o'clock a. m.
FOR MONTICELLO :
Daily, Sundays excepted,) Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday, at 0 a ?.'t.
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
at 1 o'clock a. m.
;T Roats for trie transportation of stock
in readiness when business oilers.
.1. C. A1NSWORTH,
President O. S. N. Comnany,
Selling at Cost
TO CLOSE BUSINESS !
sat ire JStocIt !
iiLOTS ASD SHOES,
Mens' Ladies, Misses' and ChilJrens'
HATS A1JD CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Earners!
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to be sold
Regardless of Price!
5?" To convince yourself of this ation
call at t'ne Old Corner '.
South of Pope 4Co'j Tin store.
Main gt., Oregon City.
Ask your neighbor to subscribe fr
j the Enterprise, bt'giacing with Vol-
A. , A -fX
A UCTION AND COMMISSION
AU CTIO NEER !
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Keal Estate, Groceries, General Merchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday J
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Kntrlish refined liar and Bundle lion :
' English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
I 1 ! - flm.iL- KitfC T?:1TS :!U-
I1UI nu i
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, li. G. Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors.
A. B. Riciiaudsox, Auctioueer.
W. A. ALURICH. J. C. IIEIIKILL. JOHN M CtlAKEX
Etf'GRAKEN, Etf ERR1LL& CO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
OF THE CALIFORNIA,
XJL Hawaiian and Oiegon Packet Line
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Coffee,
Ilice, and Puiu.
Aarents for Provost's & Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, Pickles and Vinegar.
Dealers in Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard &
Fruit, Lime, Cement And Piaster.
Will attend to the Purchase, Sale or Ship
ment of Merchandise or Produce in New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland.
ALDItlCII, MEKK1LL & CO.,
Nos 204 a. id uo California Street,
M'CKAKEN, MERRILL & CO..
16 North Front Street. Portland.
E. O. RANDALL. JOHN Sl NDKIM.ANn.
RANDALL & SUNDERLAND,
1)5 First street, Portland Oregon.
jranufacturers and dealers in Roots r.nd
shoes of the latest styles and best nntcrial.
San Francisco and Philadelphia
goods always on hand. Agents for Howe's
Family Sewing Machines, and John G. Fcl
som's hand sewing machines. Needles and
thread for sale.
Pioneer Book Bindery.
OREGOMAN 15 U I ILDI iSG,
Ko. .j Wiiihin!;toi Street,
BLANK ROOKS RULED end ROUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC ROOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS-
PA I'EKS, Etc., bound m every variety of!
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
Successors to JIayvard , Coleman & Co.
And V holesale and retail dealers in
CROCKERY, GLASS, CHINA
Wood and Willow-Ware, and House
Fui'tilshiiig Goods i
;o : Just Received,
Ex Clipper ship
"F A V OR IT A,"
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.
I. L LI N K O K
PAINTS. OILS, VARKISKF.S,
ZZ'F" Trade supnlied on liberal terms I
Sao s ranetsco prices ami lrcight.
JACKSON, SANDERSON & Co.
O. S. N. Co.'s Pudding, S' Front St.,
-io.-lm j Portland, Oregon.
! C lEGTAL NOlTCE.
7 V t
Jacob OnderhHI & Co,
P OR TLANIJ, OR EG ON.
SHELF AND LUILDIN'CJ
HARD W A R
Blacksmil'i.P and Carunitcrs Tools?
Iron, S.'ecl, tj-r.
At greatly Reduced Rates!
This Stock is Full
And willbe sold LOW for Cash !
ZST" Or approved short time notes.
JACOD UNDERHILL L Co.,
-15.4) 51 Front st., Portland.
IN THE U. S. LAND OFFICE at Oregon
City, Oregon : Notice To A. J. Culbert
son and John A. Leach: You and each of
you are hereby notified that William Tyler
has applied it t this oilice to enter S V. qr. of
N Vi" (jr. the V hf. of S W qr. and the N E
qr. 6f S W qr. of Sec. ;m, T. 1 S. R. 4 E.,
alleging that you have abandoned the same;
and you ai e fui ther notified that urn will be
allowed thirty days from service hereof iu
winch to appear and establish your respective
claims to said hind, and that failing to do so
the eutry ol s iut Tvier will be allowed.
OWEN WADE, Re-ister.
HENRY WARREN, Receiver.
Sept. 2d, tiiiS. i-i'i-.-iw
IN THE U. S. LAND OFFICE r.t Oregon
Citt, Oregon: Notice. To William 'W.
Hofiler Yciu are hereby notiliecl that ii.iuiel
H. Welch has applied at this d!ie7 to enter
S W qr of S E qr, the E hf of S W or, and
Lot 1. of Section 10 in T 1. S R, Z E, oiienng
proof to show that you have abandoned
said land, and you are further notified that
you will be allowed thirty days front service
hereof to appear and establish your claims
to said land, and failing to do so the entry
of said Welch will be allowed.
Sept. iid, lsi;s; OWEN WADE, Register.
.4.t.) HENRY WARREN, Recei'ver-
Friends, many thanks for past favors re
ceived, 1 have newly opened a family grocery
in W. F. Highlleld's block, fronting the Ore
gon House, Main street, and solicit a share
of your patronage, byod'ering many articles
less than Portland retail prices.
Will exchange for butter, eirgs, hams, flour
etc, etc. fy'E. STONE.
Ask your fcei
for flic ExTKUrULSLT.
.bor to subscribe
Oil lUITIXe NEATLY EA'F.t'l'T
edatthe ENTERFRISE OFFICE.
ILL HEADS PRINTED. '
At tho Enterprise Office.
JUSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrio
lioz. tor alt a: tit E::i22r22 c2L;
CHaS. HOME. .CilAS. E. CALEK . . GEO. W. SNtLL.
DRUGS and MEDICIiI
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
rAEXISTIES, BliUSII$, PAIXTEIia'
Jfateriacs, ana irvggistv' Sundries.
07 Front Street,
u;o, i;v, 17 o, 17 3
Pint street, corner of Salmon,
' PORTLAND. OREGON.
IMPORTERS AXD MASUFACTirUBP.S OF
I Parlor, Bedroom, Din ins: room, Ojice
and Library Earn it are !
Pure curled Hair, Eureka hair, Moss
Pulu, Wool and Straw Matrasses,
Spring Matrasses of all descriptions
On Hand and Made to Order.
We are constantly adding to our already
large stock, and purchasers will find a most
to select from. No pains will be spared to
do justice to our patrons, both as to prices
and quality. We have a largo stock of case
goods, such as
JValnut Bedroom suit I
Imitation Maple !
Oak and Rosewood suit.-;!
Arm, Pining, and Wood seat chairs
W E S V P P I. Y 1 E A 1. 1: r.S AND ItC UC HANTS
Receiving orders from the country at the
LOWEST ! KICKS !
20.) 11 U MORES' i: SHINDLKR.
L. A. COAHl.
J. It. LAKE.
Nos. Ill and 1 1 G Sicond street.
cor. Morrison, Portland.
out a 1 1 (I iitutleu
i 7JEXXETT cf- WHITE
5 f-ft?t cl1 f,Vii- fc'
LA ill J, oilio liiiii F . til Mit4itri'v.
Are. now prepared to receive all the old
cufloniers, and as many new patrons as may
see fit to give us & call, we win give
Particular attention to Farmers stock
We are satisfied that wo can give entire
satifaction to our friends and the public
and we sdiall do so,
OUR LIYEItY IS ALL SKW !
roTH AS 1 o
ca:;k:.gls and nonsns !
And we shall take pride m turning out as
nice an outfit its any cstabiishiiiciit on the
coast for the same money.
We Will ;d.-.o he prepared to I'.l'Y ALL
the sioo.i hoi.ves that cum' l:i tins inai Ivt, at
bo' tcr pi 'ioe i hati
anv o!:e e!
live :i coiiiicc'lou oeiow iloer!ol To :::i
San i'i-uiicisco. in this line I
! of busme. s GODAiiD i LAkt.. j
So. 110 Fir! HU t t .
, . .Portlan-J
Hot Water Boilers,
Sheet hr ad and Block Tin,
ljaln I uos,
TEES, El.no r.', JIETURX JJEXDL
XJrPJ.ES, j;usuex;s, -.,
fur SieiJiu, Water and ja.i.
Scotch Tubes, Water Gunges, Whistlct
Tallon Pumps, Steam i ua.-res, (Lobe,
Angle, and Check Yahes, (iu;ige
Cocks. Air Cocks, and all kinds
ot Rruss Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes. Ac.
Hotels, public buildings, and pi i vale resi
dences heated with the Litest improvements
j m steam or hot air apparatus.
I J invite citizens generally to call and ex
! amine my stock, which has been selected
,im ; witii great care, iiiut especial attention given
L-ai V i to the wants ot this market.
O. 11. MYERS.
( ; 157.
S ft ii ' f. r
1 a a tii a
Ivo. SO First street, Portland,
Whoie.sali; and Retail E'ealer in Garden,
Grass and Hmyit Seeds I
All Seeds from tliis Establishment are
Warranted Fresh and Genuine.
Foreign and Domestic Dried Fruits and
Foreign und Domestic Green do do
Ve'jelahtvs and Jrv.lt Packed with care for
Shi pint id.
NUTS Pea-nut, Brazil-nuts, Wal-nuts, Fil
berts and Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bought rxprefsly for family use.
Z-i'" Ail of which is offered for cash at
cash prices. Orders solicited.
.V.Jy .Tm O'COX.VOIl,
No. f'O First st., Portlmd, Oregon.
3r JLa JLa S U L
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
"Win. T. Shanahan,
IMl'OKTElt AND PEA LEU IN
M US 1CAL INS TR UMENTS,
FINE EN Gil A VINGS.
rpr.E FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
JL of Engravings, Cromos, Plain and col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before cil'ered
in this market, just recei.'ed and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Views of Columbia River Scenery
Constantly on hand.
ACEXT FOR ERADIirUr's CELEBRATED
Gi3sa,5i4a Scale Fisissos I
Winch have given universal satisfaction
and which l e guarantees to sell at Sua Fran
cisco prices. .
15"" -Special attention given to framin"
1 holograph Engravings, etc. -
r. Shanahan,"" i'ormerlv of A. Koh
lers establishment. San Francisco, wilt at
teud to tuainjj and repairing Pianos, Melo
dsons, and id! linds cf kil Instruments.
I'liscs for Eia i-r
' TlfK SHAPES OF THE CLOUDS AND THE
trees do not diE'er more widely than the
forms of nervous disease. Sometimes both
the mind and body are affected, sometimes
the body only, and often the complaint is
confined to a single member. In one class
of cases the motive nerves alone are disor
dered, as in St. Vitus' Dance ; iu another
class the nerves of sensation only are attack
ed, as in ueurulgia, tic douloureaux, tooth
ache, earache etc. Pain is, in fact, the im
mediate consequence of a disturbed condi
tion of the nervous system ; for only thro'
the delicate libers cf which it is composed
can pain be experienced. Tremors hysteria
and most ot the unpleasant feelings usually
included under the head of nervousness,
arise from the weakness of these sensitive
threads w hich pervade every part of the an
imal structure, and have their source in the
focntaiu head of all senstion, the brain.
The tonic action of llostettc-t's Pitters i of
vast service in cases of this kind. Nervous
headache, ordinary faeeache, neuralgic pain
and evety variety of spasmodic torture, are
quickly alleviated b; the use of the prepa
ration which at once braces and trnnquilizes
the nerves. Persons of a lymphatic temper
ament and feeble organization, are especial
ly subject to these complaints, and should
take tho Litters daily as an iuvigorunt. La
dies will derive great benefit from them in
all the peculiar mental and physical disturb
ances to which, as a sex, they are subject.
Asafcuida, Valentin, and the oilier nervines,
usually prescribed for these affections, at
best merely alleviate them for the time being
but the Litters are a purm. incut invigorant,
and their value as :t remedy for every phase
I of nervousness is bevoud ail estimate.
CONSTITLTI' N AL W A N ES3
It is a great thing to have a sound and
vigorous constitution. There is nothing
that money can buy, comparable iu vala to
this best gist of nature. The diil'oieiiee be
tween the individual who has it, and the un
fortunate who has it not, is jut the difference
between the mail who goes into buttle dom
ed in defensive minor, and one who has
nothing to oppor.e the sword and buhet but
Ibis naked breast. "The pestilence that
walkcth m darkness, the sickness that ue.,
j troyeth at noonday," w hile it lays low the
man of feeble stamina, is often cortjue:od
j bv the native strength of what is cul.ou an
j "iron constitution."
Heaven, however, has net endowed even a
moiety of mankind with thi ir.rhtiniabk'
dug, and therefoi
it behooves those
who hs.vc it r.ot to resort to tho
t.;el,t means of constitutional invk'e
! which science can supply. There is good
w arraat for asserting that Ilostet'cr's i'it
j ters are admirably adapted t. promote tnis
j end. Other tonics have their drawback.
J The concentrated extract of poisonous veg-
e table substances, winch within the hsai lew
j vcars have been introduced into the practice
of medicine as invigorunts, are all extremely
dangerous. Pr:;?sic r.cid and strychnine,
though often given as .strengthening inedi
J ciues, are not af even i.i the diminutive
doses; and quinine disastrou.-dy effect the
nerves ami too hones. iut in iiostetter s
Bitters there is positively nothing that is not
healthful and wholesome. They contain no
ingredient which by r.:ry process could be
converted into an active poison, an i yet as
a constitutional stimulant arc iiuiniUlv pre'-
erable ts any of the sulpha tes i:i:i in-elates
which have been recently iu.Jed to the xu
t(t ia i.iiiCU.
i I'E tjrOVF.F.NMEST Ut'UNTESlSlGN.
The counte;-feiting of Hostetter's Stornac'i
Litters is now a somewhat moie serious a.-,
wed as ditlicult business than it w as a few
years agoeach bottle of lie genuine article
being authenticated by the otticiul endorse
ment of tiie United States i'.evenue Depart
ment in the form of a stamp engraved on
steel, to counterfeit which is it felony. See,
therefore, .hat this Government Counter
sign, as well as the engraved lab id and note
of hand cf the proprietors, is attached to
the battle. The hd.'el is emb;Ri.-hed with a
superb representation of St. George onhor.-c-back,
iu the act of shearing the Dragon, and
underneath is a shield or escutcheon, bear
ing a warning inscription, which cotintjr
fciteis are advised to read before they en
counter the penalty which it sets forth. Re
low this again is Hosteller t Smith's note
of hand, tho signature to which it w ould he
rather a serious business to forge. If the
public will look to these verifications cf the
genuineness of the article before they
purchase, they cannot be deceived.
The propiietary label ar.d Government
stamp are both executed on steel in the
most elaborate style of bank-note engraving
and str probably the must expensive speci
men of graphic art ever attached to any
PREPARED AND SOLD RT
XsP For sale by all Druggists, Grocers,
ind shopkeepers throughout the world.
Hos.'etler, Smith c Co.,
' Wholesale Druggists, San FrTaicisco,
Agents for Pacifc Coast.
W I L L A M E TTE
mm W0EK8 G9MPAMY 1 ! c
rftESZ Nonh Front a,ld E I
rpHLSR WORKS ARE LOCATED oy tbft
X bank of the river, one biock north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and eflicientV
We have secured tin- services of r j0
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coat for fifteen years i'iv, s
him a thorough knouled-- of the various
kinds of machinery requ.u-d for minis, r and
milling purposes. We are pruj.ai-fU to exe
cute orders for ail classes of machinery und
boiler works, such us
MIXING AND STEAMBOAT MACHISEKY
FLOURING il'I.LS ! SAW MILLS !
! ! MINING l'CMPS ! !
21'tnufdHure and pnair Jfaci.niKri cf aJl
i-h,a. ' jkox snujyy.H yiiKd s,U
Frtt ii ci.i'o ci-i and frei'jkl. M'hevl-cri- J'an- '
tlttW J'att-ht Or in ' unl AmiibjjuuUor.
lJn-n,Hir' ana Steven ef .;; J'uttnl
J'ift-n parkinn, at her o ?j ''.' to ;eic
.' in ?' ifi'ltrt: inm,'i3 stamp. Shots m,i
dl, if the beat n'rd iron.. Z:y
O j. IX X3 rJV
AND PAPER HANGING
v Ty t F ?oa jwj p
W a i i t. U.
public that we have
ScraDvca to tliG rice Store So. 3
Front street, Poitlund,
For merly occupied by
Mi'Sirs. t )')u. Lyon tf- Ki
v mi man
Where wo shall no w open cur latent iuipor
ti.t ions of
I LOOil AN I) TA YAPP,
oil c; lotfis,
W I N I) O W SH A I) t:s. dam asks
COiiNiCilS ANi) HANDS,
And ul! u-oods i'i the
i Tirmni'i our C .rtfid.t 1 t I'cf t fWini tli
Ll.il, ;i !iit Ki ll i2 1 t!i;. n San
fo i3i ices ;
i A. Li.t tSa?.,
No. S'J Front i-treet. between A Her
und Washington, PortlanO, Orvtr?n.
; ci jl uti 3
P. r !
n f e
O u i i'il li ; I
v i t r-1 s 1
1?1 r c '
Ecoknellcr and TzM
Of ihis St;
customers t :i
iiot l;e ;;;.tM:;i
desires to inform ell hh oil
i.s l::: i.v new ons.i :.s niv
e(; i i T . the i;ict : tlit jir;:.l
rate at t'.e
Ji. J i - C v .U- iti tldUi
lUXACTLi Oii"U;iTE iiOi'-.T iiviOU)
Yfhcrehe is j-.rep.r.ivd io furnish
IXSTJl UCJ'lOX POE: for all kinds ot
Musical 1 list m men Is.
OlitJlli ii .i("-ilt: liOOKS,
PASS, Y10L, GUITAR and YIOLIS
Photographic A I b u n s
And eve) V other art
in the above hue..
. . ' - 4- ' 1 t- rv
OFFICE IX CA TITER'S EUILJ1XG,
Front St., Portland Oregon.
Business Houses, Halls. Churr.he,.
Tenements, Cottages, Suburban.
Residence s. and
all r.r.sciiiPTioxs ok nr.icx a: fbavk
Buildings Designed and Planned
With accuracy, and t.erupuhus!y ai:d fa'.t'i-.
fully superintended, lif Owners' interest
co u s i 1 1 e red p a ra m o ii u i .
O 11 E G O N
j3 Jz Xsl. j
7 - - .
P. CPITZ, PEC-PS3ET0E,
FIRST STREET, PORTLAND
Bet. Washington and Stark sis.
M AXL TACTUSEit 0?
ALL KINhS AND Q.VALrTlES OF
DICE AD, CAKES AND TASTKY
Will always be told below San i- "w
niccs. AUo.dcrs promptly ,f-"''
TIIH EEST S2LSCTI0N
And largest, assortment ot
Ladies' Gents', Misses'. Boys
i wnere new goou - , - .i,.-..
cei ved bv everv steamer, an ect . u -f j -Jnablinf
us to wU cheaper th Iftr
t- t it- fMHALIN.
! BOOTS and SHOE j.g
i V V ".-.-',-;.v Water Jiivt. Girpt 'ton, f - .
lA.Jl v . . . . j
rrcct street, rtU&
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARX3