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Say. not, because you see no tears,
That tears can never flow ;
Ah, judge not by the light that plays
On many a radiant brow ;
For, oh! believe me, hearts can feel
When carelessly they appear ;
And smiling eyes Lave often smiled
to hide the gathering tear.
J doubt the purity of sighs
I doubt the strength of tear ;
When these are shed before men's eyes
Those rung into men's ears ;
But doubt I not the depth, the truth
Of aching hearts which wear
A smile upon the pallid face,
That none may sec the tear !
Short Rules in Rural Eco.vomy.
Paint all tools exposed to the
weather, and if with a light colored
paiut, they will not heat, warp, or
crack the least in the sun
Dip well seasoned shingles in a
lime wash, and dry them before lay
ing, and they will last roach longer,
and not become covered with moss.
In hitching a horse to a common
rail or worm fence, always select the
inside corner, which will be more se
core by its bracing position, and the
halter will not become entangled
among the projecting ends of the
rails, as when hitched oa the outside
Always tie a halter by first mak
ing a single loop, and throsting the
end of the halter through this loop.
This is quickly untied, and will nerer
come untied of itself.
Dip the ends of nails into grease,
and they will drive easily into any
hard wood, where they would other
wise double and brt-ak.
In screwing nuts into any part of
machinery in cold weather, be care
Jul not to heat them first with the
hands, or they will contract after be
ing screwed on tight, and become im
Id ploughing or teaming on the
oad in hot weather, alway8trest the
horses on an eminence, and where one
minute will be worth two in a warm
In setting out young orchards, al
ways register the varieties immedi
ately in a book, where they may be
referred to in a few years when the
trees commence bearing, and the
lubels- are lost, and the names ior
gotten In laying a garden for fruits and
vegetables, place everything iu drills
or rows, so that they may be cuiti
vated by a horse, and thus save the
t xpense of hand labor.
When board fences become old, and
the boards begin to come off, nail up
right faciDg 6trips upon them against
each post, and the boards will be
held to their place, and the fence last
several years longir.
Always set a post fence over a
ditch, or near a good drainage, and
the post always remains dry, and will
last many years longer than those
standing in wet subsoil.
Household Hints. Wood ashes
and common salt, wet with water,
will stop the cracks of a stove, and
prevent it from smoking.
Alum or vinegar is good to set
colors of red, green, or yellow.
Sal Soda will bleach white; one
spoonful is enough for a kettle fall of
Save your suds for garden plants
or flower yards when sandy.
Wash your tea trays with cold
suds, polifch with a little flour, and
rub with a dry cloth.
A hot shovel held over varnished
furniture will take out white spots.
A bit of glue dissolved in skimmed
milk will restore old crape.
Ribbons of any kind should be
washed in cold soapsuds and dried
If your flat irons are rough, rob
them with fine salt, and it will make
Oat straw is best for filling beds ;
it should be changed once a year.
A bit of soap rubbed on the hinges
f a door will prevent their creaking.
Scotch snult put in holes where
crickets come out will kill them.
A gallon of lye pt in a barrel of
hard water will make it as soft as
Farm Proverbs. Use diligeuce,
industry, integrity, ana proper im
nrovement ot time, to make farming
Do not keep more live stock on
vonr farm than you can keep weik
House all thiags as much as possi
ble animals, utensils and crops.
Sell when you can get a fair price,
and do not store tor rata and specu
o The more cotnfortabre you can keep
rour animals, the more they will
A good cow is a valuable machine,
the more food she properly digests,
the greater the profit.
A few roots daily to all the stock,
ore as welcome as apples to boys and
Iron shoes on sleds last a lifetime.
They are reftlly cheaper in the end
than wooden ones.
Replace all the bars where you
often pass by strong gates, and then
wonder that you didnt' do so before.
Although in draining land thor
oughly, your purse may be drained,
yet the full crops that follow will
soon fill it again.
Always give the soil the first meal.
If it well fed with manure, it will feed
else plants, animal and men.
A borrowed tool, if broken,-should
be replaced by a new one. A nice
sense of honor, in snch matters, is
much to be commended.
BcTTOx the Horns of Your Cat
tle. It is an improvement to their
looks, which is important whether
you want to sell or keep them. It
checks the bad habit of hooking, aDd
they should therefore be put upon
young cattle. If the old ones have
already formed this habit, it prevents
mischief, and all the animals fed in
the same yard at more quietly and
By the President of the United States of
Whereas a convention for the surrender of
criminals between the United States of
America and his Majiesty the King of Italy
was concluded and signed by their respect
ive plenipotentiaries at Washington oa the
twenty-third day of March, eighteen hundred
and sixty-eight, which convention, being in
the English and Italian languages, is word
for word as follows :
Convention for the rvrrendtr of criminals le-
txceen the United SUtte of America and his
Majesty the King of Italy.
The United States of .America and bra
Majesty the King of Italy, having judged it
expedient, with a view to the better admin
istration of justice, and to the prevention of
crimes witinn their respective territories and
jurisdiction, that persons convicted of or
charged with the crimes hereinafter speci
fied, and being fugitives from justice,
should, under certain circumstances, be re
ciprocally delivered up, have resolved to
conclude a convention for that purpose, and
have appointud as their plenipotentiaries:
the President of the United States, William
II. Seward, Secretary of State; his Majesty
the King of Italy, the Commander Mareelio
Cevruti, envoy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary ; who, after reciprocal com
munication of their full powers, found in
good and due form, have agreed upon the
following articles, to wit :
Aki. 1. The government of the United
States aud the government of Italy mutually
agree to deliver up persons wno, having
been convicted of or charged with the crimes
specified in the following article, committed
within the jurisdiction of one of the contract
ing parties, shall seek an asylum or be lound
within the territories of the other: Provided,
That this shall only be done upon such evi
dence of criminality as, according to the
laws of the place where the fugitive or per
son so charged shall be found, would justify
his or her apprehension and commitment
for trial, if the crime had been there com
Art. 2. Persons shall be delivered np who
shall have been convicted or or be charged,
according to the provisions of this conveu
tention, with any of the following crimes :
1. Murder, comprehending the crimes
designated in the Italian penal code, by the
terms of parricide, assassination, poisoning,
2. The attempt to commit murder.
S. The crimes of rape, arson, piracy, and
mutiny on board a ship, whenever the crew,
or part thereof, by fiaud or violence against
the commander, have taken possession of
4. The crime of burglary, defined to be
the action of breaking and enteringby night
into the house of another with the intent to
commit f lony ; and the crime of robbery,
defined to be the action of feloniously and
forcibly taking from the person of another
goods or money, by violence or putting Lam
5. The crime of forgery, by which is un-
dei stood the utterance of forged papers, the
counterfeiting of public, sovereign, or gov
6. The fabrication or circulation of coun-
terleit money, either coin or paper, of pub
lic bonds, bank notes, and obligations, and
in general of all things, being titles on in
struments ot ci edit, the counterfeiting ot
seals, dies, stamps, and marks of state and
public administrations, and the utterance
7. The embezzlement of public moneys
committed within the jurisdiction of either
party, by public officers or depositors.
8. Embezzlement by any person or per
sons hired or salaried, to the detriment of
their employers, when these crimes are sub
ject to infamous punishment.
Art. 3. The provisions of this treaty shall
not apply to any crime or offence of a polit
ical character, and the person or persons de
livered up for the crimes enumerated in the
preceding article shall in no case be tried
fer any ordinary crime, committed previ
ously to that for which his or their surren
der is asked.
Art. 4. If the person whose surrender may
be claimed, pursuant to the stipulations of
the present treaty, shall have been arrested
for the commission of offences in the coun
try where he has sought an asylum, or shall
have been convicted thereof, his extradition
may be deferred until he shall have been ac
quitted, or have served the term of imprison
ment to which he may have been sentenced.
Art 5. Requisitions for the surrender of
fugitives lrom justice shall be made by the
respective diplomatic agents of the contract
ing parties, or in the event of the absence of
these from the country, or its seat ot govern
men t, they may be made by superior cc
sular officers. If the person whose extradi
tion iray be asked for shall have been con
victed of a crime, a copy of the sentence of
the court in which he may have been con
victed,, authenticated under its seal, and an
attestation of the official character of the
judge by the proper executive authority, and
oi toe latter dv the minister or consul ot the
United States or ot Italy, respectively, shall
accompany the requisition. When, how
ever, the fugitive shall have been merely
charged with crim?, a duly authenticated
copy ot the warrant for his arrest in the
country where the erime may have been
committed, or of the depositions upon which
such warrant mav have been issued, must
accompany the requisition as aforesaid. The
President of the United States, or the proper
executive authority in Italy, may then issue
a warrant for the apprehension of the fugi
tive, in order that he may be brought before
the proper judicial authority for examina
tion. If it should then be decided that, ac
cording to law and the evidence, the extra-
ditiou is due pursuant to the treaty, the
fugitive may be given up according to the
torins prescribed in such cases.
Art. 6. The expenses of the arrest, deten
tion, and transportation of the person
claimed, shall be paid by the government in
whose name the requisition shall have been
Art. 7. This convention shall continue in
force during (.V) years from the d;n of ex
change ot ratification, but if neither party
shall have given to the other six (6) months'
previous notice of its intention to terminate
the same, the convention shall remain in
force five years longer, and so on.
The present convention shall be ratified,
and the ratifications exchanged at Washing
ton, withiu six (6) months, and sooner if
in hiihws wnereoi, me respective pleni
potentiaries have signed the present con
vention in duplicate, and h.ivn tl iprptmtn
a th x 'd their seals.
Done at Washington, the twenty third day
of March. A. D. one thousand eight hundred
and. sixty-eight, and of the independence of
the United States the ninety-second
f seal. I WILLI AM" II. SEWARD.
seal. M. CERKUTL
And whereas the said convention has been
duly ratified on both parts, and the respect
ive ratifications were exchanged at Wash
ington on the seventeenth instant:
Now, therefore, be it known that I, An
drew Jobns&u, President of the United
States of America, have caused the said con
vention to be made public, to the end that
the same and every clause and article there
of may be observed and fulfilled with good
faitu by the United States and the citizens
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the seal of the United
States to be affixed.
Done m the city of Washington this thir
tieth day of September, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixtv
eight, and of the independence-of the United
States the ninety-second.
ssal J ANDREW JOHNSON.
i$y the Presidsnt :
Wiluam II. Sewarb,
Secretary of Slate.
Treaty between the United States
aud the Iving of Prussia..
By the President of the United States of
Whereas a treaty between the United
States of Areeiica. and his IKajebtr the
King of Prussia in the name f the North
German Confederation, was concluded
and signed by their respective plenipo
tentiaries at Berlin, on the twenty-second
day of February, eighteen hundred and
sixty-eight; which treaty, being ia the
English and German, languages, is word
for word as follows :
The President ot the United States of
America and his Majesty the King cf
Prussia in the name of the North Germaa
Confederation, led by the wish to regulate
the citizenship of those persons who emi
grate from the North German Confedera
tion to the United States of America, and
from the United States of America to the
territory of the North German Confedera
tion, have resolved to treat oa this sub
ject, and have for that purpose appointed
plenipotentiaries to conclude a convention;
that is to say, the President of the United
States xf America, George Baneroft.envoy
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary
from the said States near the King of
Prussia and the North German Confedera
tion, and his Majesty the King of Prussia,
Bernhard Konig, privy counsellor of lega
tion, who have agreed to and signed the
following articles :
Aht. 1. Citizens of the. North German
Confederation, who become naturalized
citizens of the United States of America
and shall have resided uninterruptedly
within the United States five years, shall
be held by the North German Confedera
tion' to be American citizens and shall be
treated as such.-
Reciprocally : citizens of the United
States of America who become natural
ized eilizens of the North German Confed
eration, and shall have resided uninter
ruptedly within North Germany five years,
shall be held by the United States to be
North German citizens, and skall be treat
ed as snch. The declaration of an inten
tion to become a citizen of the one or the
other country has not for either party the
effect of naturalization.
Akt. 2. A naturalized citizen of the one
party on return to the territory of the
other party remains liable to trial and
punishment for an action pnnisfc&lc by
the laws of his original country and com
mitted before his emigration ; saving, al
ways, the 'limitation established by the
laws of his original country.
Akt. 3. The convention for the mutual
delivery of criminals, fugitives from jus
tice, in certain cases, concluded between
the United States on the one' part and
Prussia and other States of Germany on
the other part, the loth day of June, one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, is
hereby extended to all the States of the
North German Confederation.
Akt. 4. If a German naturalized in
America renews his residence in North
Germany, without the intent to return to
America, he shall be held to have re
nounced his naturalization in the United
States. Reciprocally : if an American
naturalized in North Germany renews his
residence in the United States, without the
intent to return to North Germany, he
shall be held to have renounced his natu
ralization in North Germany. The intent
not to return may be held to exist when
the person naturalized in the one country
resides more than two years in the other
Art. f. The present convention shall go
into effect immediately on the exchange
of ratifications, and shall continue in force
for tea years. If neither party shall have
given to the other six months' previous
notice ot its intention then to terminate
the same, it shall iurther remain in force
until the end of twelve months after either
of the contracting parties shall have given
nonce to the other ot such intention.
Akt. 6. The present convention shall be
ratified by the President by and with the
advice and consent of the Senate of tho
United States, and by his Majesty the King
of Prussia in the name of the North Ger
man Confederation ; and the ratifications
shall be exchanged at Berlin withiu six
months from the date hereof.
In faith whereof, the plenipotentiaries
have signed and sealed this convention.
BEni.'ix, the 22d of February, 1868.
GEORGE BANCROFT. seal.
BERNHARD KONIG. seal.
And whereas the said treaty has been
duly ratified on both parts, and the re
spective ratifications havo been ex
Now, therefore, be it known that I, An
drew Johnson, President of the United
States of America, have caused the said
treaty to be made public . to the end that
the same and every clause and article
thereof may be observed and fulfilled with
good faith by the United States and the
In witness 'whereof, I have hereunto
sot ray band and caused the seal of the
United States to be affixed.
Done in the city of -Washington this
twenty-seventh day of May. in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-eight, and of the independence of
the Lnited States the Dinetv-snnd.
seal. ANDREW JOIINSON.
By the President :
William II. Sewaro,
Secretary of Stale.
JA citizens of Oregon who desire
to inform their friends in the old States of
the condition and progress of this State,
can have no more complete and compre
hensive volume of facts to send them than
by subscribing for this journal, and hav
ing us mail it weekly to their friends. We
mail it as directed. For S5 00 paid in ad
vance, wo mail two copies of the Enter
prise one year. Send the paper to friends
in the East.
One copy one year
Two copies one year
Tour copies six months
Eight copies, three months. .
Newspapers, by enhancing the
value of property in their neighborhood,
and giving the locality in which they are
published a reputation abroad, benefit all,
particularly if they are merchants or real
estate owners, thrice the amount yearly of
the sum they pay for their support. Be
sides, every spirited citizen has a laudable
pride in having a paper of which he is not
ashamed, even though he should pick it
up in New York or AV'ashington. A good
looking, thriving, live newspaper helps to
sell property, gives character to the lo
cality, and in all respects i a desirable
public convenience. If, from any cause,
the matter in the local or editorial columns
should not be quite up to your standard,
do not cast it aside and pronounce it of no
account, until you are satisfied that there
has been no more labor bestowed upon it
than is paid for. If you want a good read
able sheet, it must be supported. The
local press is the " power that moves the
IHultnoma.U Lodge JSo. 1, A. K. and
ja A. M. Holds its Tegular communi-Vr-cations
on the Ilrt and Third Sat
' urday in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 'joth of September to the 2'Uh of
March, and 7 J o'clock from the 2oth of -March
to the '20th of September. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of yf. jj
Oregon Lodge So, 3, I. O. of O. V.
meets every neanesaay even-
f"g at 7 o'clock, ia Masonic Hall,
Members of the Order are invited to attend
By order. x. Ci.
Estate of Frederick Charman, deceased
Notice is hereby given bv the undersigned
administrator of the above named estate to
the creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said Frederick Charman"
d ceased, individually or against the late firm
ot Charman & Brother, to present the same,
with tne proper vouchers withiu six months
from the date of this notice,, to the under
signed at his office over the store of Thom
as Charman Oregon City, Ckwkamas Coun
ty, State of Oregon.
Dated at Oregon City this Pth dav of Jan.,
and A. D. 1S89. ARTHUR WARNER
Administrator of the Estate of Frederick
Charman, deceased. (g 5t
In the Connty Court of Clackamas County.
SiaJe. xlJeJ,on' Tn the matter of the estate
of JAMES RICUORD, Deceased.
Samuel Miller, administrator of said estate,
having filed his final accounts, and prayer
for final settfemeut, it was ordered by the
Court that '
MONDA r the fi rst day of FEB R UA R Y
l S6i. be appointed as the day for the settle
ment of the accounts, of said administrator,
at which time all persons interested can ap
pear and file their objections, if they have
any. By order of the Hon. V. T. Matlock,
IIV OREGON CITY.
THE P. T. COMPANY'S STEAMERS, AND THOSE OF
THE OPPOSITION LINES,
ARE STILL RUNNING, IN ADDITION TO WHICH
WE WILL SOON HATE THE RAILWAY CARS, ALL of WHICH
WILL CONTINUE TO BRING THE LATEST STYLES OF
GOODS, AND THE BEST QUALITIES TO ACKERMAN,
AT THE OLD STAND, MAIN Sr., OREGON CITY.
I DESIRE TO SAY TO Till! PUBLIC THAT I HAVE
ONE OF THE COMPETEST STOCKS OF FALL AND WINTER
GOODS EVER BROUGHT TO THE MARKET, WHICH I AM
SELLING AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST !
I will say, COME ONE, COME ALL, and satisfy yourselves that1 ft is so. I have
received one of the largest stocks ever brought to tbis market, anticipating a brisk fall
trade, and I am determined that the goods shall be sold.- My stock consists in part
of a fine assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS. BALMORALS, FURS of various descriptions ;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sacks ;
KID GLOVES, best quality 5
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, all widths:
BOOTS AND SHOES; HATS AND CAPS ; CLOTHING;-
FINE BLACK DRESS SUITS f
CASSTMEIiE SUITS ;
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS ;
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities.
ST A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a large stock of Genta' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
' . ACKERMAN,
1r All kinds of Produce Bonght.tS
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.
yyilAT CHEER HOUSE.
Nos. 126, 128 and 130 Front street,
The undersigned having taken this well
known house, solicit increased patronage
from the traveling public. The House has
lately been refitted, and the proprietors are
now able to otl'er additional inducements to
their patrons. The table will be furnished
with the best market affords, and be under
the immediate supervision of the proprietors
Rooms well furnished and well ventilated.
A large tire-proof safe for the deposit ot
valuables. Baggage taken to the hotel free
of charge. Board per week $5 0l
Board and lodging " JStoSOO
(According to the room occupied.)
Nothing will be left undone, which is in
the power of the proprietors to render guests
tomtortable. LYONS, LEONARD & Co.,
xi.fi . Proprietors.
REG ON HOUSE.
JACOB B0EHM, Proprietor.
Main Street. Oregon City.
Prices at the above house are as follows :
Board and Lodging t3 week 8 5
, . , . nit
' and Lodging V day
OSIVEGO, O REG OX,
JOHN SCHADE, Proprietor.
Is now prepared to receive and entertain
alt who may tavor him with tneir patron- j
a;e. The house is new mid the rooms are
newly and neatly furnished. The table will
be supplied with all the delicacies of the
season. The house is situated near t!'C
steamer landing. The proprietor will at all
times endeavor to give entire satisfaction
to nil who may favor him with a call, and
would respectfully solicit the patronage of
the traveling public.
Board per week 5 00
Board and lodging 6 00
Single meals. ,. :
(Tate LIZCOLX HOUSE,)
X. 8 Front slieet, Portland Orrgon.
L. P. W. QUIMBY, Piioi-KiETOH.
(Late of V extern Hotel. )
This house is the most commodious in the
State, newly furnished, and it will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comfortable. The Baggage Wagon will al
ways be found at the iand'ng ou the arrival
of steamships and river boats, carrying bag
gage to the house free of charge
jBfd" The undersigned respectfully an
nounce that having purchased this widely
known and well kept hotel, they are now
prepared to offer superior accommodations
to th traveling public at greatly reduced
prices. This hotel is located nearest the
The hotel coach will be in attendance to
convey passengers to and from the house
free of charge.
W It. SEWALL, GEO. B. COOK,
Corner of First and Morrison streets,
The best and most comfortable Hotel in the
State, where every want is anticipated,
aDd cheerfully supplied. Warm and
cold Baths attached to the house.
This Hotel is located near the steamship
Landing. The Hotel Coach will be in at
tendance at all the Landings, to convey
Eassengers and baggage to and from the
ouse free of charge.
JONH C. DOItCY,
SAMUEL D. HOLMES,
MAIN STREET, Oregon City.
The Fashion Saloon is now well sup
plied with every celebrated brand of Ales,
Wines and Liquors in use, together with a
choice lot of cigars, to which the attention of
the public is directed.
Two excellent Billiard tables, for the
accommodation of patrons.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MA IX STIiEET, Oregon City.
The above named popular re-
on.t. ha heen thorouchlv renovat
ed and repaired during the past season and is
now open to the public, fully complete in all
its appoiutmets. Two of the
Bt BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of thia
popular amusement to them.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED
Witl all the choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch. Irish and Bourbon already
famous, for hot Whiskies and Panch.
NO T COFFEE AND OYSTERS,
At all boors for the convenience of patrons.
Messrs. James Mann tt M. Brovm,
Having associated themselves together under
0i firm name of MANN & BKOWN, give
tice to the public that they shall spare no
expense nor effort to make the BELV1DERE
a popular place of resort.
FREE LUNCH DAILY,
And the very best qualities of Wines, Liquors
p?T Pigs' Feet, Tripe, Herring, Oysters
and Sardines constantly on hand.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
TTNTVERSTTY OF P.fiT.TvnpMTA
Cliarmaii & Warner'n old Stand.
BREAD. CRACKERS, CAKES. PIES,
Biller & Miller !
Proprietors of the long established
"West Side Mnin Stret,
Oregon City Oregon.
Talc pleasure instating to the public
that I hey have formed a copartner
ship for the purpose of letter
Accommodating their PatronsJ
And that they trill continue the Mann
facure of Dread, Pies, Cakes,
Boston, Duller, Surjar and
Soda Crackers, $-c. i-c.
0UE. STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Has leen Dovlly Increased by this
changt, and rcill he kept complete
In Every Department.
Goods will be Delivered in the City,
Free of expense, to purchasers, and or
ders from a distance will he carcf uly
filled and promptly dispatched.
We Sell as Cheap as the Cheapest !
Call. Examine, avd PRICE our slock
Defore Purchasing Elsewhere.
Thf highest Cash prices paid for coun
A. F. MILLER.
O It E G O N
33 I5Z J3Z Y !
F. 0PITZ, PROPRIETOR,
FIRST STREET, PORTLAND,
Bet. Washington and Stark sis.
ALL KIXDS AND QUALITIES OF
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
Will always be sold below San Franciscc
prices. All oiders promptly attended to.
Eirxt at., I'ortlavd. Orcton.
KAST & CAHALIN.
New Stock of Boots and Shoes
Best Selection in the City !
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Benkert's, Tirrell's, Fogg's,
Houghton fe Coolidtce's, Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of cents' and boys'
wear. jMso Mile's, Sieberlich's, Burt's,
San Francisco and custom-made ladies ud
Our customers and the public in general
are invited to call and exumins our stock,
which we will sell cheaper than ever.
P. S. Boots made to order, and an assort
ment of our make constantly on hand.
Philadelphia Boot and Shoe Store,
11 'l Front Street, opposite Barman Bros.,
Having purchased the above Brewery wish
es to inform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly rilled.
ENTERPRISE yARKET !
THE PLACE ...
TO GET YOUR MONEY'S ' U'ORTIL
Straight & 'Hunsafker Proprietors, !
C3"Keep constantly on hand an assortment
of Corned and fresh Meats. Lard, Butter,
Eggs, Fruits and Vegetables.
IMPORTATIONS ! !
Just received and placed in the wareroam3,
HURGREM & SHINDLER !
1G6, 1G8, 170, 173 .
First street, corner of Salmon,
PARLOR SETS IN TERRY,
IN TLUSn, AND IN HAIR-CLOTII.
New Ornamental Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment f
Lounges and Spring beds.
The trade supplied with goods
in original packages, on reasonable
11URGREX &. SHINDLER.
J. IP. Jones fc Co.,
And FAMILY GROCERY STORE,
Corner Second and Main Streets,
ffir Are prepared to supply their customers
with the Purest nnd freshed COFFEE aud
SPICES FOR FAMILY USE.
Ground Coflee is always bet when FRESH,
and the public are invited to try our articles
instead of purchasing old and stale importation
Particular Attention Given to the
JO Orders from dealer throughout the
city and county respectfully solicited, aud
they will receive immediate attention.
J, F.JONES & Co.
OIL - CLOTHS,
LACE-CURTAINS, &c, &c.
We Would Call the attention of par
ties ft ting vp houses, or heinst in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
OXE OF THE CO MP LET EST
On the Psaellic Cosist I
Our Goods being specially selected at
the Factories in England nnd the
Eastern States, we can sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. 89 Front street, between Alder
3o.) and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
L. A. GODARD.
J. K. LAKE.
GODARD & LAKE.
Nos. 114 and 11G Second street,
cor. Morrison, Portland.
Having Bought out and Refitted
Liver j, Sale and Feed Stable
Are now prepared to receive all the old
customers, and as many new putrous as may
see fit to give us a call, wc will give
Particular attention to Farmers stock
We are satisfied that we can give entire
satisfaction to our friends and the public
and we shall do so,
OUR LIVERY IS ALL NEW !
BOTH AS TO
CAKKIAGES AXD HORSES !
And wc shall take pride in turning out as
nice an outfit as any establishment on tUe
coast for the snme money.
Z-r7 We will also be prepared to bcy all
the good horses that come to this market, ut
better prices than any one else can par, as
we have a connection below superior to any
other parties in San Francisco, iu this line
of business GODAItD & LAKE.
C. Ill MY 12 IKS,
PLUMB LG, GAS & STE.U1
No. 110 Flrat Street Portland
Hot. Water Boilers,
, Marble Top Wasislands,
Sieet Lead and Block Tin,
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sires.
TEES, ELBO W. RETURN BENDL
NIPPLES, BUSHINGS, e,, ,
fyr Stan, Water and (Jan.
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages, Whistles
lanon rumps, meam images, Globe,
Angle, aud Check Valves, Guage
Cocks, Air Cocks, aud all kinds
ot Brass Work. , Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, kc.
Hotels, public buildings, and nrivafe rpsi.
dences heated with the latest improvemeuts
ia steam or hot air apparatus.
ajnwive.-cuizens 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. II. II VERS. .
CBAS. HODGE. .CHAS. E. CALEF. .GEO. W. SNELL.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARNISHES, BRUSHES, PAINTERS
Materials, ana irrvggUst' Sundries.
07 Front Street,
JJILDBURGII, BROS., & Co.
D. II.BILDBURGII, )
LOCIS EINSTEIN'. ) Portland.
L. HILDBURGU, i-an Francisco.
Importer and IVholexate Heater in
All Kinds of Cognacs !
Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Rum, Gin, Domestic Liquors, Wines,
"C, S)-c. Sf-c.
PORTLAND -Opposite Failings, Front
Street, next door to A. B. Uichardson's.
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S. J. M'CORMICK,
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as many new ones as may
not be acquainted witn the fact) that he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(exactlt opposite mount hood)
Where he is prepared to furnish
INSTRUCTION BOOKS Tor all kinds of
CHVHCH JUilC KOiUvS,
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
And every other article in the above line.
1857 1 ESTABLISHED j 1857
No. 80 First Street, Portland,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Garden,
Grass and Flower Seeds !
All Seeds from thi- establishment
Are Warranted Frt-sh
I"tiiestir Piied Fruits
xi Foreiim and Diiii-sim
Green Fruits aiui Vegetables.
Vegetables and Fruit
Packed with care for shipment.
NUTS Pea, Nuts, Brazil Nuts, Wal Nuts,
Filberts and Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of Choice
Groceries, bought expressly
For Family Use.
2L. All of which is omred forCash'at cash
prices. Orders solicited.
No. OO First street, Portland Oregon.
E. L. STONE,
I': "and chronometer ) f-
: Adjusted and Repaired in the best ; 0.
i- ' , Manner, and Warranted. '. 2
No. Ill Front st., Portland.
MAKE YOUIt MONIES
HOW CAN WE DO IT ?
Shanahan & Co.V
O- .A. Hj aX-u JE1 1Z. Y !
One door south from the corner of First and
.Morrison streets, near the Western,
And buy . a few of those Lovely Pic
turcs, ichich will furnish your
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS
FINE ENGRA VINGS,
nPHE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
X of Engravings, Cromos, Plain and col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before offered
111 this market, just receied and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Views of Columbia River Scenery!
Constantly on band.
A. G. WALLING 'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
5 AVaslilns;toii Stifet,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv deired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
Robinson & Lake
WILL CONTINUE THE STOVE AND
Tin-ware trade as usual; at 'the estab
lished EMIGRANT STORE,
Corner rf I'tont and ikilmon Mis.,
HOME MA NUFA C TURES.
JOHN II. SCIIRAM.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Main Street, Qregon City,
Wishes to represent that he is now nt
well prepared to fnrntsh any article in his line
as the largest establishment in the State. lie
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
W ILL A M BTTE
WORKS COMPANY I
North Front aud E sts.,
umx roruanu. urejron.
BOIL ER B U I LDERS.-
rpiIESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the',
JL bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf. nd have facilities for turn-"
ins? out machinery promptly and efficiently'
We have secured the services of .Mr. Joliu
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen .years gives
him a thorough -knowledge of the various,
kinds of machinery required for mining and'
milling purposes. We are prepared to exe-;
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY t'
FLOCKING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING I'CMPS it
&C, StC, &C,
MxtHifactnn nnd Repair M'ichh;?ri cjf a'it
l-ivd. IRON SHUTTER WORK ai San
Franrim cost and freight. WheUr f- Ran
daU's Patent Grinder a-J Amalgamator.
Ihinoar ami Steven' n Self Adjimthnf Patent
Pinion Packing, either applied Ui old or veto
steam cylinder, tj'iartz .Stumpers, Ulutes and
di,if the bent hard iron. :y
CHANGE OF. NAME! '
JIEKCADO fe C03IPAXY,
MERC A DO & SEULLY,
Have been obliged, for th-jr
own protection aurl the safety
of the public, to change life
name of thtir celebrated Bit
California "Wine Bitters.
We subjoin the following affidavit in an
injunction suit fvmerly pending between Mer
cado .t Scully plaintiff, and G. A. Simon, tV
fendant, P. Sain?evain. be duly'. -worn, mivs :
"That the article kiiwn a Sahtreraiirs
Calif wit ia IVint Bitter, vctt j;k."-vri
hi; MerC'ido 4" Svelly. atmt mcnth if Mwck
icitlioiit the $aid Sttinsecrtin Broiliert
hnrir't aity concern in the ma it vfactitr there
of. 'That dfpunent ho tihctiyx knoirn tn,d
con-t'Ured said M'.rcndc, Scully ax the lr
J'ropriefvrs of the tSainsevain California
Notwithstanding the above affidavit tbe
-said P. Jainsevaine is puttincr up a compound
under the name of Saiustvaiu's Wine bitters,
rept e-entinir it to be tlx- fame as our celebrat
eil Bitter, which we liave been manufactur
ing and selling in immense quantities since
lSCd, and ;do nllixinir a iieni:j- similar Lhel
to thnt ued on our genuine Wine Biiter!
I if tt (it 1 edict ti . St nd for Me.rcado
Native California Wine Bi'lcrs
And yon will obtain the same popular bever
age so f:t voi -ably known since s(".0. I'cuare
t Count r'i friis. Purchasers of our Wine Bit
tern ro requested to observe the fami'iar old
yel'i.w !aii-l, and sr-e that the word- Merrado
t$ Seidly, San Francisco, are engraved on tie
GoAetlimfnt HHtilji, aid v r thi rink f
c;( li bottle. Tiiis is tht" only efieitn.il secuiity
against tl.e couiitfcrleit :ni ta'.iops.
HE POT ."'(; nnd r,(K Jackson street. !an
Franc-isco. '2::;m MEI.CAPu t; Co.
Irir Offers to the citizens of Oregon .O.Of 0
Pounds Soured Pis 'eet, (put m by him
self) in l-.-n to suit. Apply at No. 23 Wa-li-inaioii
street, between First and Second,
Country trade supplied in any desired
quantity. A liberal discount to the trade.
French Medical Office
Dr. JULIAN PEIIRAULT,
Doctor of Medicine of the Faculty of
I'aris, Graduate of the Univer
sity Queen's College, and
Physicia n of the St. Joh n
Baptiste Society of
Dn. Peurati-t has the pleasure to inform
patients and others seeking confidential
medical advice, that hp can be consulted nt
his office, -Armory Hall Pudding, Nurihea.-t
corner Montgomery and Sacramento sticet:-,
San Francisco. Rooms No. !. o, 11, fiist
floor, up stairs, entrance either ou Mont
goruery or Sacramento streets.
Or. PeitftAi lt's studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cure of the vaii
ous forms of Nervous nnd Physical Debility,
the results' of injurious habits acquired m
yovth, which usually terminate in impotence
and sterility, and permanently induce all the
concomitants of old age. Where a secret in-lirmUy-Pxists.
involving the happiness of a
me lino mat ct others, reason arid n or
ality dictate the necessity of its removal, for
it is a fact that premature decline of the
vior of manhood, muti itnanial urthnpp'ness.
compulsory single life. tc.,have their sources
in causes, the germ of which is planted in
early lite, and the bitter fruit tasted Ions af
terwards; patients, laboring under this com
plaint, will complain of one or more of the
to!!wieT symptoms: Nocturnal emissions,
pains in the back and head, weakne-s of
m- mory and sight, discharge from the I'rc
tha ci going to stool, or making water, the
intellectual faculties are weakened, lo-s of
memory ensues, ideas are clouded, and there
is a disinclination to attend to business or
CVen ,?,readlVS. wtins,ori society of friends,
etc. patient, will probably complain oi
dizziness, vertigo, mid that the fight and
hearing are weakened, nnd sleep dis
turrbed by dreams, melancholy, sighing,
palpitations, coughs am" slow fe'ver ; while
some have external rheumatic pi.ins, and
numbness of th body. Some .of the most
common symptoms are pimples in the face.
ttii4 aching in different parts of the bodv.
1 atients suffering from this disease should
apply immediately to Dr. Pki?ra clt, either
m persons or by Utter, and be will guaran
tee a cure of seminal weakness in six to
Patients suffering from venerial diseases,
,n any stage, Gonorrhea Gleet, Stioturcs.
Lubo L leers. Cutaneous eruptions, etc., wjd
be treated successfully. All Syphillific and.
Mecurial Taint entirely removed from tl.c
system. Du. pEfitiACLT's diplomas are in his office,,
where patinnts can see for themselves, that
they ate under the care ot a regiilai ly educated
practitioner. The best references giveu it
Patients suffering under chronic dise'asp,
can crll and examine for themselves. We
invite investigation; claim not to knew
evervthing, nor to cure everybody, but w o
do claim that in all cases taken under treat
ment, we fulfill our promises. We particu
larly tequest those who have tried this boast
ed doctor, and that advertised physician, tilf
worn out and discouratrf d, to call upon ua-
Low charges and quick cures.
Ladies hutVering lrom any complaint inci
dental to their sex, can commit the doctor
with the assurance of relief.
FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS..
Dr. Perkai lt is the only agent in Califnr- j
ma for Dr. Biot's Female monthlv pills.
Their immense sle has established i ei
reputation as a female remedy, cnappruwcii
ed and far in advance of evcrv other remrd-'
suppressions and irregularities, and otuei
obstructions in fnmnW fin the recfirtu
D these pills will be tt nt by mail or spr
io any part ot t lie world, secure lrom
osity or damage. .' ,
home by addressing a letter 1o Da Pebbai'i-t
corner of Sacramento and ilontgomers s-
rooms .. 10 and 1 1. or box .75. P. D
Francisco, statins: the case as minute
possible, general habits of living,
tion, etc. ' , : ,