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TOWN AND COUNTY.
55gr L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Mer
chants' Exchange, is our only authorized
agent in Sau Francisco. For Eastern Ad
Tertising, Mr. Fisher is represented by S. M.
Pettingitl & Co. of New York and boston.
63&A. splendid show case for
sale apply at this office.
The Apollo Troupe took the
crowd again on Saturday eveuing.
. . .
-The weather is lovely, bat cold
enough to almost make skating on the
We are doing some fine Job
Frinting. Ye who want bill head?,
cards, labels, etc., etc , give us a call.
The Albany, finest boat on the
line, now lays over on Sundays at
orval!i. The Steward, I A. Ilil',
is an old Print.
A cold snap of the past few
days ha9 nearly stopped navigation
in the upper Wallamet. Mathena's
Bar is said to be very shoal.
The steamer Union was sunk
on Lafayette Rapid, Yamhill river,
7), on Tuesday, to whht extent the dam
' ' ages result we are uninformed.
We get the Evening Commer
cial occasionally. Our copy of the
19th was so badly bitten by the
frisket that Dow's correspondence
from Oregon City was unintelligible.
The Herald charges that Ralph
Jacob President and Manager of the
Oregon City Woolen Manufacturing
Company, is" a Republican. We
know this to be false !
tOf All persons wishiDg to save
costs are politely requested to make
immediate payment of their taxes.
Last call. Jony M vers.
Sheriff and Co'lector.
We would call the attention
of onr readers to the advertisement
of Ii. F. Newman, who has opened
a restaurant for the accommodation
of the publi Give him a call.
The proprietors of the Phoenix
Hotel hare made a first class house
for the traveling public; and are pre
pared to accommodate all who will
give them a call.
Mr. R. II. Duncan, formerly
Superintendent of the Oregon City
Woolen Manufacturing Company, is
now in this city, on a visit to tiie
fitiiily of his father-in-law, Mr. Coin
stock. On Monday evening lust a large
number of the citizens of Oregon
City assembled at the Court House,
sind perffctei the organization of a
IIse Company, and a Ilook and
Ladder Compai y. A Chief Engineer
of the new department will be chosen
on next Monday evening.
The Oregonian publishes the
threatening letters written to Messrs.
i Ralph Jacob, and Howell, of the
Oregon City Woolen Factory. The
Unionist is of opinion that the vri
ters should be detected and summari
ly dealt with, as provided by law.
It might, perhaps, be productive of
good to the community.
The President pro tern of the
Laborers movement in this city had his
argument closely shut off on Tuesday
ve.ninr by Ex Superintendent R. II.
Duncan, who had made a few sensi
ble remarks to the crowd by request.
Mr. President pro tern, arose in his
seat and said Jacob hired a chinamen
in preference to him ; Mr. Duncans
retort A'as short, being in substance
that he. (Duncan) perhaps would
; have done the same thing.
We have read a very interest
ing letter from Brother Win, P.
Hums, Grand Representative of the
0'" Odd FellowS of Oregon, to the Grand
: Lodge of the United States, written
at Colchester, Illinois, on the 23th
s ult. We regret to learn from it that
IJro. Ii. will not be home this winter,
I and that possibly he may not stay
here when he does return, yet at the
ume time we rejoice to know that
prosperity attends him where he is.
Two old time residents of Down-
Wille, California, met in this city a
few days ago. It was a happy meet
ing. One of the parties was the ver
itable -Major himself from whom
the place took its name the other our
wbliging operator at the telegraph of
4 lice. A trade was pend ing between
them the Major offering goods to
Mr. Levy and when the recognition
took place party of the second part
hud no more to say but took the
goods and asked for more.
-The following named gentlemen
: were elected to serve one year as offi
cers of Oregon City Hose Company,
at a meeting held on Monday even
ing hst: W. II. Tope, ForemaD;
John Sohrara, 1st Assistant: Joseph
B. Myers, 2nd Assistant. Presideut,
John Myers; Secretary, J. M. Fra
V - zer; Treasurer, W. II. High field. A
- committee consisting of W. L. White,
? 0 W. H. Pope and J, M. Frazer, was
appointed to draft by-laws and coo
p stitution, to be submitted on Monday
; eventDg next. This Company has
now eurolled twenty-five members,
i besides the above named officers.
1 4 The officers elected by the Hook and
i I and Ladder Company, are as follows;
1 f Wm. A. Hart, Foreman; 1st Assist-
2 i ant. Wo. Drake; 2ad Assistant, E.
J. Swafford; Secretary, Noble John-
bou, Treasurer, YY m. Vaudirvort.
"We have received a copy of the January
number of the " New York Teacher and
American Educational Monthly' TLis is
published by J. "W. Schermerhorn & Co.,
14 Bond street. It occupies an important
place in our educational literature, and is
us y aiuaoie ior the people o: every State
as for those of the State ia which it is
published. The question? discussed are
of general interest. The present number
opens with an article upou the " Catholic
view of education in the United States'
Though we are not ready to accept all the
statements made, yet we can but admire
the spirit of the writer. The article upon
the ventilation of school rooms contains
many valuable suggestions. Some of the
writers are disposed to be sarcastic a
spirit unworthy so dignified a journal. Its
general tone is good, and we hopv it may
be widely circulated on this coast.
The " Overland Monthly'" for'January
is the initial number of the second volume.
It comes to us as the representative, of the
highest forms of secular literature upon
this coast. We are much pleased with its
general appearance, and gladly recom
mend it as worthy of generous support.
Some of the poetry in the present number
has attracted our attention as comparing
favorably with that which emanates from
the "Hub." The writer of the article
upon the study of the Bible should have
been more careful in his statements of
histor.cal . facts. Such expressions as
" bamboozled" are not elegant anywhere.
Much more are they out of place in a
magazine article. A. Roman & Co. are
the publishers, Saa Francisco.
"Harper's Magazine" for January we
hare received. Though its age entitles it
t3 be ranked as an old magazine, yet it al
ways comes to us as good as new. There
is certainly no danger of its being super
seded by modern rivals. It contains the
usual amount of light reading for the wives
and daughters, with valuable historical
sketches for the more thoughtful. One
giving us a glimpse of the dark side of
Spanish history, is of especial interest, in
view of events now transpiring. Another,
giving a brief sketch of the early Roman
Bishops, must be far from flattering to the
advocates of Popish infallibility. This
number also contains the second of a series
of articles upon England, which are de
scriptive, historical, philological. c, and
withal full of interest. We have no space
for further notice. We can only say buy
and read for yourselves.
Hours at Home" we always wel
come, as we have no doubt thousands of
others do, all over the land, and some "be
yond the sea." The January nnmber con
tains some 'papers'' of more than tran
sient value. We have read with deep in
terest '"Progress." by Dr. Bushneil. in
which from an entirely new philosophical
stand-point he discusses the modern ra
tionalistic theories of progress. He take
up in order the peculiar theories of Dar
win, Spencer, Humboldt and Emerson,
and refutes them by a process new and to
our mind convincing. Prof. Evans gives
an historical sketch of a new form of re
ligious fanaticism which has been fasten
ing itself upon the minds of many during
the last few years, among the Mohamme
dans of Persia. It Ls not unlikely that
great political changes will be the result
of the movement here described. One
other article of interest is a refutation of
a theory advanced by a writer in this
magazine, not very lung ago. concerning
the use of spectacles. The former writer
denied, the present affirms the necessity
for their use. This magazine fills an im
portant place iu our literature, and we
can feel that it is always ' sale" in its the
ology and morals.
Our Young Folks" for December
has just been laid upon our table. It
conies well freighted with interesting
things for the younger members of our
families. There are one or two stories for
the " Christmas Time." We discover a
new name of world-wide reputation
added to the list ot contributors: Mrs.
Craik, author of John Halifax." "Run
ning Away," lioin her pen, is by far the
most interesting of any thing in the present
number. We notice the death of Mrs.
Anna Maria Wells, of Boston Highlands,
who. iu years past, has written many in
teresting articles for this magazine; She
was seventy-three years of age. but her
heart was young as ever, hence she found
a warm place in the affections of all, old
and young. This number closes the fourth
Leespatt-nt butter powder is a
brazen swindle. Don't touch it ;
and treat the advertisement of the
concern coming to 3011 as the For
titer's Friend the same as you would
a theif. It hails from 234 Broad
way, N. Y.
A correspondent says the best
time to cut timber is when in full leaf
July and August and the knowl
edge would have been worth thou
sands of dollars to him, had he pos
sessed it vears ao.
A correspondent of the Crego
nian says that the P. T. Co. propose
building a Canal and Locks on the
Oregon City side of the Wallamet, at
the falls commencing in March.
We are glad to hear it and can onlj'
wish that the P. T. Company had
availed itself of the same benefits of
the law taken by the Wallamet Ca
nal Company, and built the Locks
two years aio.
Elsewhere to day we present an
exhaustive article upon the labor
question, from the Oregonian
covers all the ground necessary 10 ue
taken in the matter, and puts just
such a face upon the snbject as the
facts warrant. One fact which has
not yet been treated of is this: We
are credibly iuformed that the pro
jector of this laborers' movement is
, 1 1 . V
astonished at the magnitude of results
from his efforts, lie started his mu
tiny to have a little fun, it is said,
and Gnds that besides the local effect,
it has called forth most able and
lengthy editorials in the Metropolitan
papers, monopolized the news dis
patches for California papers, and ex
cited the citizens of every town in
Oregon. The most fun which we
have had about this movement was
upon witnessing the disgust of Col.
Dow, Editor of the Commercial, on
Sunday last. He came to Oregon
City to address the laborers on Sat
urday evening, and found barely
eight persons to listen to him, the re
mainder of the crowd having gone to
Washington Hall to witness a negro
performance by the Apollo Troipe
whither Dow went, swearing that a
mooarchial government was the only
system that should be tolerated ia
America things having come to 6uch
a pass that free Americans would eo
to a nigger show instead of a public
meeting where a vital principle of tol
eration was to have been discuised.
Hie jctcet Dow.
1st Congregational Ch Seats Free
Morning Services, 10.45.
Subject. "Perseverance in well-doing."
Sabbath School, u o'clock M.
Evening Services 7 o'clock.
i- Rev. E. Geury, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening .7 o'clock.
- - - -. o
M. E. Church,. h . . . . .Scats Free.
Morning Services, . . , .10.30,
Evening Services 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Morning Services.
Prayer Meeting Thursday evening 1 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
" : Rev. C. W. Todd, Pastor.
Ba?A good House with six or
seven Rooms, near ,the Congregational
Church, in Oregon City, with full lot, is of
fered for sale low. .ap'ply at this office, for
further information. - . lm
Not a Subject of Doubt. That
Newell's Plumonary Syrnp is the most ef
fective and never failing remedy for affec
tions of the throat and lungs.
" In Time of Peace Prepare for
War."-So get a bottle of Dr. Cooper's
Magnetic Palm, an unequaled preparation
for Dysentery, Diarrhoea and Cramp. The
instantaneous relief of Burns, Bruises and
Electro SiLicoN.-Thiscurioas and
valuable substance is confidently claimed to
be the best article ever discovered for
cleaning and polishing Gold, Silver and
Plated Ware, and all smooth metallic sur
faces, of whatever description, including
kitchen utensils of tin, copper, brass, steel,
BSL-AIl persons who keep Howe &
Stevens' Family Dye Colors for sale can be
relied on for fair dealing, for the reason tha:
they cost the retailer twenty-five cents per
dozen more than other kinds of Dyes in the
market, while he retails them all at the same
price consequently he makes 2.5 cts., doz
en more, by selling an inferior article.
Saddleuy. J. H. Schram, of this
City, is now manufacturing the best Saddlery
and Harness in the State. He will have at
least 50 sets of all grades, from fine to com
mon, finished and ready for sale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is bound to make a trade with any man who
wishes to buy of him. He uses both Oregon
and California leather in his establishment,
and his work bears a most excellent reputation
abroad. We hope that citizens of our own
county will think of this, when they want any
articles in his line.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
"We having this day sold to M. Worthcim-
er our entire stock of furniture, tools and
merchandise all parties owing the under
signed, will call immediately for settlement,
as all outstanding accounts at the end of So
days, wiil b placed in legal haads for collec
tion. All parlies having any claims agaiust
the undersigned will hand them in immedi
ately to M. Wortbeimer for payment, as af
ter o0 days none will be allowed.
LEW & FECHEIMEK.
Oregon City, Dec. 26th (y.4t
As the aye in which we live demands
progress in, Farming Implements as
well as m- all other branches of indus
try. I have entered extensively upon the
Manufacture of the Celebrated
I'iesI Cwsoas; Flow !
Better known in Oregon as the WOL
GMO T PL O Jr. This Plow com .
bines all the desirable points of a per
fect implement being simple in con
s1ructio?i, cheap, durable, and 0 light
draft. The only Premiums which were
awarded to Gang Plows at the. great
Implement trial at Mat loon, Sept. 4,
1866. by the State Agricultural Soci-
etij of Illinois, were awaraed to this
Plow. The following is an extract
from the Report of the Commissioner
of Agriculture, for the year 1 860, and
may be found on page 21G of that re-
i port :
'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
the ploughs can be driven deeper or shal
lower at the pleasure of the driver, when the
team is niovmg.by means of the lever.
We also manufacture sulkey plows for
small boys, or infirm persons who are unable
to manage a team of three or four horses.
This gang or sulkey plow, will cut a fur
row from i 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 on foot."
JSST' With this Plow one man can do
more icork than two men can do with
icalking Plows, and the same amount
of team. Hence, it will be seen that
it will more than pay for itself in one
I will also manufacture the
WEB-F00T GANG PLOW!
A XI) THE
Web-Foot Walking Plow !
Both patterns of my own invention,
for xchich patents have been applied
jor, and which have, withstood practi
cal tests xcith the best results .receiving
faltering testimonials wherever seen
Novo, tlie Farmers of Oregon
are invited to give the Oregon City
Manufactory a trial. Vo not purch
ase a Plow of any description until
yau have examined my make and
prices, as I am determined to sell at
less than importer's rates, by giving
yon a more durable article,and a guar
antee warranting the same.
For further information address
JOHN W. LEWIS,
L.OOUS & ALBRIGHT,
Corner of Fourth and Main streets.
S Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
fresh and salt meats, such as
CORNED BEEF, HAMS,
PICKELED PORK, LARD,
And everything else to be found ia their line
TOB PRIVTIXS K 4TT.V ftipi tw.
i O ed at the ENTERPRISETOFFICE.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
JOHN M. BACON,
Sucwsor to JOHN FL.EMIXG,
Masonic -Building, Main Street;
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
T1T1LL KEEP CONSTANTLY ox HAND
V V a large and well selected stock of Books
Stationery, and Drugs, comprising in part
Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
Medical, Mining, and Scientific
Books, Theological and Relig
ious Books, Juvenile and
Toy Books, Sabbath and
Bay School Books,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Blank Books in Every Style, Pass
Books, Memorandum Bonks, and
Time Books, Drawing, Trac-
ing and Tissue Paper,
PHOTO GRAPHIC ALBUMS,
Arnolds', Maynard tfc Noycs? and
David's Inks, Mucilage, Sheet
Music, Music Paper, and
All of Which he will Sell at the
A General Variety of Drugs -and
Patent Medicines, Constantly
on hand, for sale.
itW School Teachers, and parents of Schol
ars will find it to their advantage to inspect
my stock and prices, before purchasing else
where. Books Imported to Order. Orders res
pectfully solicited and promptly filled.
-ir Agent for the California Times, and
Eastern periodicals, and papers.
THOMAS R. FIELDS
Wortman & Fields,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Family Groceries !
Provisions o f all Kinds !
Wines and Liquors !
Confectionery, Spices !
Canned Fruits and Meats !
And all the Favorite -
Brands of Flour and Sugar
ZQ?The highest jnarkel prices paid
for country produce.
China Glossing, Imitations
Of all kinds
Wood zai2I M;ii'blc !
Executed as vceU as can be done on the. Pacific
Coait. Examine our wo?: andJudgtfor
J6f3Every order attended to with care and
expedition. C. E. MURRA Y,
"VVe6t Door Ralston's Brick,
Main St., Oregon City.
Varieties of Choice
Shrubbery & Plants,
Are now Ready for Shipment to Order :
Cherries, Prunes, Plums, Pears, and
Berries, Doolittle's Black Cap
Haspberry, Wilsoti's, the
Agriculturist, and the
Triumpth du Gare Strawberry.
SSS Our trees hnve the best reputation of
any ia the State. Kend for Circular,
c'jf. G. W. W A LLI XG & Co.
Oswego. CI (ckannia County, Oregon.
Orders left with Hariow & Fuller, Agents at
Oregon City, will receive prompt attention.
JTAM1LY DYE COLORS.
Patented October 1SG3.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Brown, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink,
Light Brown, Purple,
Yellow, Light Fawn Drab,
Pawn Drab, Violet,
Light Drab, Solferino,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple,
? Cherry, Salmon,
FOR DYE IX G SILK,
Woolen and Mixed Gooda, Shawls. Scarfs,
Dresses- Jtibbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hat,
Feathers, Children's Clothing, and all kinds
of Wearing apparel,
A Saving of Eighty per Cent.
$.3, For 25 cents yon can color as many
goods as would otherwise cost five times that
sum. Various shades can be produced from
the same dye. The process is simple, and any
one can use tbe dye with perfect success.
tar Directions in English, French and Ger
man, cmtside of each package.
. HOV fy STEVEXS,
2nt Broadway, Boston,
FOB BALK ST
Sm.ii. d; Davis, Wholesale Druggists,
. Portland, Oregon.-- i -
B-U. f Parker, Oregon City.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
Selling at Cost
TO CLOSE BUSINESS 1
And no MUJUHlia !
Tiie Entire Stoclt!
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Mens' Ladies, Misses' and Children
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has got to he sold
Regardless of Price!
3U To convince yourself with respect to
this niatter, tall at the old corner.
I. SELLING, .
South of Pope 4 Co.'s Tin. Stori;
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MALX STREET, Orcgtn City.
tr soit has been thoroughly renovat
ed and repaired during the past season and is
now open to the public, fully complete in all
its appointmets. Two of the
Best BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
r : B A R I s S UP plied
With all the choiceat qualities of Liquors an j
Cigars. Scotch. Irish and Bourbon already
famous, for hot Whiskies and Punch.
HOT COFFEE AXD OYSTERS,
At all hours for the convenience of patrons.
Permanently Located at Oregon City, Oregon
ROOMS With Dr. Saflarrans, on Main st.
0. W. POPE & Co.,
S.T O VES,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers'! would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly on hand a
pood assortment ot Cooking, ParUr. Air
Tight, and oiLkt stoves, suitable to tliis mar
ket, which are being
OflVped at Fortland Prices !
Our assortment in tins line is lartre. and
1 embraces almost auy deaired pattern, includ
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 pood assortment of Hard
ware, Woodenwaie, etc.
C. W. POPE &Co.
NEW LIGHT NEW LAMP!
BEST NIGHT LAMP IN USE !
Its Many Advantages 1
FIRST It is yon-E.vptoive. and entirely
free from mnolc or offensive odor while
SECOND It gives a Soft, Clean, White
THIRD It U CHEAPER than any ether
Fluid or Oil.
LUCINE BURNING FLUID
For burning in the above Lamps, outrivals
all other Fluids for LIGHT and ECOXOMV.
It will not ytain or Gre-isiTClothcs, Carpets,
LITCLNE LAMPS AND THE FLUID
Can de had of
. "W. .POI'jE & Co.,
Stoves, Timcare, Lamps, Oils, Chimneys,
EinUrn. ttc.. d'C. n4:tf
CITY BAIiERY !
MA IS STREET, OREGON CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER,
(Successors to Wortman & Sheppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
CAKES! PIESI BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds
Orders in this Line will meet with
PROMPT ATTENTION !
Also keep on band all kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
AND PROVISIONS !
STE A M BOAT STORES !
And all Articles ut;ed for Culinary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO !
By the Case, or at retail !
Attention is also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells ihe
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE H
KW In sbort. Farmers and the public gen
erally, are invited to call at the City Bakery,
where the truth will be made apparent that
our stock is complete, and our prices reason
able. All kinds of produce taken in exchange
for good. BAKL0W& FULLER
a well Kyoirx
HAVE FOR YEARS had as a motto that
A NIMBLE SIXPENCE
Was Better than
A SLOW SHILLING;
AND UPON THIS principle of
Continue to do Business at the
Old Stand, Oregon City.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Is Complete in Every Department.
A LARGE STOCK OF
MENS'& BOYS' CLOTHING,
All Styles and Qualities,
At Loio Prices for CASH!
LADIES, GENTS, MISS 3 BOYS.
CHARMAN & BRO..
And Weekly Commercial.
TIIE PORTLAXD EVENING COMMER
cial has abanooned its neutrality in
politics, and now steps forth as an advocate
of sound, old-fashioned Democracy.. The
Constitution and Union as they were," shall
be our motto. We shall be bound or guided
by no clique, and shall labor ior the reoryan
ization ot the Democratic party on a basis
that will insure success in the futtlre.
Daily for one year $5 GO
" " six months S 00
" " three months 2 00
Weekly one year, 2 5"; six months, 1 50
5F Let every true Democrat consider
himself an ujitnt lor tbe Commercial, and
forward his own name and those of bis im
mediate friends. JAMES C.DOW,
M. 1. JiULL,
Corner Washington and Front sts..
6.3m Portland. Oregon.
W. A. ALDIilCH. J. C. MERRILL. JOHN M CRAKES
M'CRAKENj MERRILL& CO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AXD
AGENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
Hawaiian and Oiegon Packet Lines.
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Coffee,
Rice, and Pulu.
Agents for Provost's & Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, Pickles and Vinecjar.
Dealers in Hour, Grain, Uacou, 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.
ALDPJCH, MERKILL & CO.,
Nos 201 and 20t California Street,
M'CRAKEX. MERRILL & CO.,
16 North FrontSlreet, Portland.
Proof of their Sujieriority.
Pcnusvlvanla Itailrond Company,
Office of the General Superintendent, f
Altona, Pa., Dec. is, ls67. f
Gentlemen : The watches manufactured by
you have been in use on this Railroad for
several years by our enginemen, to whom
we furnish watches as part of our equip
ment. There are now some three hundred
of them carried on our line, and we consider
them good and reliable time keepers. In
deed, I have great satisfaction in saying
your watches give us less trouble, and have
worn and do wear much longer without re
pairs than any watches we have ever had in
use on this road. As you are aware we for
merly trusted to those of English manufac
ture, of acknowledged good reputation, but
as a class tbey never kept time as correctly,
nor have they done as good service as yoirs.
In these statements I am sustained by my
predecessor, Mr. Lewis, whose experience
extended over a series of years.
American Watch Company, Waltham.
Neio York Central Railroad.
Locomotive Department, Western. Division, )
Roehexier, Iec.-li 18ot. j
Gentlemen : I have no hesitation in saying
that I believe the great majoritj of locomo
tive engineers have fouud by experience that
Waltham Watches are the most satisfactory
of any for their uses. Tbev run with the
greatest accuracy and steadiness, notwith
standing the rough riding of an engine, and,
as I have never kuown one to wear out, they
must be durable. I hope to see the time
when railway companies will generally
adopt your watches, and furnish them to all
engineers and conductors. In my opinion
it would greatly tcud to promote "regularity
CHARLES WILSON, G. Chief
Engineer, Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers. American Watch Company, Waltham.
Every Watch fully Warranted.
For sale by all first-class dealers in tho
Bobbins 4 Appleton,
R. R. Gray & Co., San Franeisro,
8:3J A ge n U for La li for via.
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S
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. m.
5T" Returning, leave Wallula on Monday
Wednesday & Friday, touching at Umatilla.
FOR ASTORIA : '
Monday and Friday, at 6 o'clock a. m.
FOR MOXTICELLO :
Daily, (Sundays excepted,) Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 a m.
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
at 7 o'clock a. m.
Boats for the transportation of stock
in readiness when basiness offers.
President O. S. N. Company,
ELIDING TON CVS Column';
OIE OP YOU CAST, AXD WE PITY
) you. You have triua every remedy but the ONE
U's:iij''5, ly its intrinsic merit, to supcr.-i'ile nil sim
lar prcfKiratitins. H is not surprising yuu shuulU bo
elactaul ti try sometime els after "the many ;
rirnents you Imvif marto of trnshy campouaUs
uiatud tin tho public as a certaKl core; but
A. U.JJLULU.LLCOX V kJ V L Li J
ir.tl w ith onn ncco-d give it t)"ir unqnaliCwv! appro
ii ion. We now a'llrf-s bih-scIvc to ail vhu arc un
icquaintcd with this, the greatest Pa:i-c:. of tlit t
or the healing of all diieasus the Throat liij
.uiits, assuring yu that
ias cured thousands arid it will euro Y0L" if you trf
This invaluable medicine is pleasant to tho ta?!
.nothing, lwaliug and strenSthctiiUK in its etlects;
ircly lire from all poisonous or deleterious drLjjs,
iud "porfc-r-tly harmless under all circumstance's.
Curtitirates Inmi many prntiiinent-. citizens of Sa-k
Trauciiico accompany every bottle of
KD:N"JTO.n t eo. Agents, "an Fraticsco.
ALWAYS SAFE! Always Effectual.
Teverand Ague is Speedily aud ef
fectually cured by Dr. E. COOiTEK'b Univer
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TRULY A VEGETABLE PREPA
TJON. None genuine without signatuie of
W.it. Strong. KEDINGTOX fc CO..
41G and 418 Front frt., San Francisco
Sole and exclusive Agent?.
Kedington & Co's Florida Water !
USE NO OTHER.
Unexcelled for Toilet Use and for the liath.
KEDINGTON & CO.'S
This valuable preparation, containing in
a highly concentrated loim all the properties
of Jamaica Ginger, has become on& oT the
moat poptdar dome-tie remedies tor all disens
es of the stomach and digestive organs. As a
tonic, it will be found invaluable to all persons
recovering from debility, w hether produced
by fever or otherw ise: tor while it imparts to
the system all the glow and vigor that can
be produced by wine or hiandy. it is free from
the reactionary ejects that f lilow the use of
spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for females
who suHer from difficult menstruation, giving
almo.st immediate relief to the spasms that
so frequently accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to Xausea, caused
by riding in a railroad car, or by sea-sickness
or other causes.
It is also valuable as an external application
for Gout, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, etc.
410 and 41b Front st, San Francisco.
Use Electro Silicon,
Or ?Igie Brilliant,
REDINGTON & Co.'s
ploiailsi Wsilor !
This article, possessing toe mot delicate
fragrance of Flowers, is unequalled as a per
fume for the Handkerchief.
FOR TIIE BA Til !
Used in bathing it impart strength and en
ergy tn the system, and gives that softness
and delicacy to the skin so much desired by
SUNBURN, Fit EC K EES fy PIMPLES,
Diluted with water it makes an elegant don
tifrice, imparting pearly whiteness to the teeth
sweetness to tho breath, and renders tbe
gums hard and of a beautiful color.
It should always be used after shaving dilut
ed with water, as it relieves all inflammation.
It ED ING TON if Co.
416 and 418 Front St., Han Francisco.
- OK -
31 it s; i c Slrillismt !
Direct from Nature's Lalratory.
The Best article erer discovered for cleans
ing and Polishing Gold. Silver and Plated
ware, and all smooth Metaiic Surfaces, of
whatever description, including Kitchen uten
sils of Tin. Copper, Brass, Mecl. etc.
To Jewelers and Workers in Gold and Sil
ver Plate the Electro-Silicon is of inestimable
value ; tbe time saved, and the vexation pre
vented by its use, will forefrer endear its name
to all who have had evidence of it3 Eierits,
REDINGTON 4 Co.
Sole Agents, San Francisco,
RE DING TON Co! EXTRACTS
Are the best.
n renuythe VEF.Y BKST rrreov cwr comr.ootu'.rl
or the rum f G.u?h, Colds. .Sore Throat, Asthuut,
A hooping Cu?h, Kronehitis siml (.ons-uinpti-Hi. Ykuu-:andL-s
of (leopls iu Culit'oruU ami Orepon have liaen
dready bulletined by tho 6urrntin;s tumlivo jjuuei
LET IT BE DISTINCTLY BORNE I.V
rnind that IIOSTETTER'S BITTEITi
is a MEDICINAL PREPARATION', r.ot .
beverage, and that it is entirely free fzen
the attributes which create a'ner foster a pas
sion for stimulants, and which belong to all
the distilled and fomented liquors of com
merce. Its alcoholic element is derived froi j
sound rye a grain' which; aCCbrdihg to ?Ik
testimony of the most distinguished iniyti
cal chemists, yields a more wholesom spirit
than any otlier known substance. But tvj
QUINTESSENCE OF RYE employed in tbo
manufacture of the Bitters, must not be cc:i
fbflnded with the rye spirit sold in the' mar
ket eS Bourbon ana M o no ngaheU "Whisky .
The very test bronds of thtfse liquors pro
cured for hospital use, and p'referred by th-.
Medical Stall's of the Army ard Savy to any
other liquor, are not to be coPp'ared in ex
cellence with the article used in the coftccc
tion of the GREAT STOMACH It is
subjected, in the first instance, to a process
which deprives it of the pungent and acne
elements proved by chemical test to exist it.
even what are deemed the finest imported
and domestic spirits, and after bciug tbu
purifies is kept on hand long enough V
give it mellowness before being medicatedL
The chief virtue of the preparations is uot
however, in its spirituous basis, but in the
jliices of the tonic, aperient, corrective and
anfibilions vegetable products so' largdfy
intermixed witl it.
Perhaps, it may be urged, that if tbey im
part to the alcoholic fluid its preventive and
remedial qualities, water impregnated with
the same ingredients would answer the pur
pose as well. Nothing but profound igno
rance 6f the laws of physiology and patho
logy can excuse such an error. Only by a
diffusible stimulant can the medicinal con
stituents, that are to fortify the system
against disease, or counteract diseased ac
tion, be conveyed directly to Sieir destina
tion. The stimulant rnpidly pervades th
animal structure, earning with it io tha
points where it is needed, the required' anti
dote. Water will not cfo this". It has, com
paratively speaking, no propelling or diffu
sive power. Nor is this all. Nothing bu't
alcohol will preserve the medicinal picperty
of vegetable extracts in a, fluid state. Mix
them with water aud the compound wiK
ferment, turn sour and becotfie worse than
It is claimed that HOSTETTER'S Bf
TEKS commend themselves to tbe special
favor of the Temperance Physician, r.s tha
only diSusive stimulant which he can pre
scribe without danger of unduly exciting tbe
brain of his patient, and of creating that
morbid thirst for alcohol which doses at tin -medicated
spirits are so apt (6 engender.
To argue with the dogmatists who assert
that stimulants are itfways unnecessary and
pernicious, would be a waste of ttnifr. Thtf
most eminent lights fcf Medical Science have
settled that question; and it is not worth
while to hnve a controversy with the rush
light. The leading champions of temper
ance in the Uuited Stales, Horace Grecle.v
among the number, have announced that
they are not in favor of prohibiting tbe em
ployment of spirituous liquors as medi
ciue.i. So much for the moral claims of the arti
cle under the temperance code. The grottnd
being thus cleared, aut? it is hoped, 10 th
satisfaction or every rational champion of
sobriety, the specific application of the Bit
ters to the prevention and cure of the " ilia
that flesli is heir to," comes next in order.
Peasons whose lives are peculiarly sensi
tive are said to be of a "bilious habit." The
morbid influences which affect others, in a
general way, seem in their cases to operate
directly and mainly upon the biliarv ordain
Many who are thus predisposed to an orer
flow of bile aTe snbjecf to periodical attacks
of biliousness, accompanied by pain in thi
right side, laeguor; pain between the should
ers, gloomy feelings, and that peculiar ting-o
of the complexion which indicates that u
portion of the bilc'which should have passed
off through the bowels, has been misdirected
to the venous system, and is present in th
superficial bloodvessels. To avert theso
symptoms, oh3 the general disorder ot tho
internal organs, w hich they involve, it is ad
visable for individuals of a bilious habit to
take at Uust two" doses of HOSTETTER'S
BITTERS daily at such times as they have
reason to apprehend an attack. Indeed, all
who have a constitutional and ternperamen
tul tendency to liver complaints would do
well to take a dose of this admirable ANTI
BILIOUS STOMACHIC every day. Wken
tho great secretive gland is seriously disor
dered, the medicine usually resorted to 11
mercury, which, unless administered witli
very great caution, is infinitely mure dan
gerous than the disease it is intended tor
subdue. In a large majority of the cases
treated with calomel, or blue piif, the anti-CD
bilious and altera'tive properties of tli'e Bit
ters would produce the desired" efTecf. And
let it be borneiir mind that, whereas mcrcary
111 every shiipe is an insidious poison, tho
medicinal ingredients of this preparation
consist exclusively of w holesome vegeiaole.
extracts, which are iliffused through the.0
sv.steni by means of the purest aud wildest
of all knotfn stftr.ulants.
A Warning to Countf rfeiters ami u.
t aullon to Purchasers.
No expense will be spared, no legal means
of punishing fraud will be neglected, in th
e do it to prevent the counterfeiting of HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Not to purchase any article purporting to'
be HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITfEHS,
which is not authenticated by the handsome"
Government stamp, speciaDy engraved1 for'
the proprietors, anJ also b-y their superb
new label, with a beautiful vjgnftte, repre
senting the conflict between St. George and
the Dragon at the top. and a miniatu.e noio
of hand, signed Hostefttr & Smith, at the
X. B. The genuine Bitters arc sold in
bottles only. All persons who pretend it
PREPARED AND SOLD BY
Hostetter St Smith, Proprietors,
ir- For sale br all Druggists. Grocers,
anil shopkeepers throughout the world. ;
AGENTS FOR Or.ECON :
Hodge, Calef & Co., .
Wholesale Druggists, Portland, OtfegOD.
sell the article b.r the gallon or barrel, ai
impostors, and the stuff fhey offeris a wortj
less and, prebablf, poisonoas counterfeit.