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TOWN AN'O COUNTY.
JTLI'. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Mer
chants' Exchange, is our only authorized
agent in San Francisco. For Eastern Ad
ertUing, Mr. Fisher is represented by X. M.
PcttingiM & Co. of New York and Boston.
- t The second terra of the year closed on
f Friday, 22nd iust.
.V- Aggregate on roll during term 5
Average' attendance 25
. J Hull of Honor Louisa Pambrun. Alice
' Smith, "ilenrv Smith. ISenr ce Randall,
S Maggie Bull. Rosamond Bell. Nellie .Smith.
v- Richard Johnson. Herndon Frazer. Maggie
Frazer. Mary Ferney. Elmer Charm an.
Lily Given man. Frank Barlow, Laura
t; Bacon, Lilv Gainmill.
li Aggregate on roll during term 56
Average attendance 52
Roll of Honor Sarah Johnson, Belle
Potter. .Mary .Singer, Laura Bell, Mary
5 Johnson. 1 1 attic Larocque, Jennie Wert-
; I heimer, Roxana Fish, Eita Ryan. Maggie
"i Ralston. Ida Sheldon, Queen Miller, Frank
1 Jjnhm. Eddie Can field. Leonard Charnian.
' Alphonzo Larocque. Jomea Barlow, Sam'l
j "VV'ertheiiuer.EsterVim Francis, Wrn. Singer.
-Aggregate on roll during term. . . .(54
Average attendance 4G
' 'Roll of Honor Girls Maggie Kelly,
- Clara Potter, Sarah Bold.. Jennie Winston,
Nettie Post, lila Francis. Jennie Roberts,
Jessie Winston. Viola Athey. Maggie
-. isomers, Xltiry Slover. Boys Augustus
V Monahon. Richard Roberts. Charles Al
bright. Freddie Charman, Willie Toner.
' M'-ntor Randall, Fred Greenman, Clarence
, HIUIIEK IE PA UTM EXT.
Aggregate cm roll during term. . . .59
: Average attendance 48
... Hall of Honor Girls Seniors Hattie
; Barclay. Mollie Barlow, Annie Winston.
Jennie Barlow,. Emma Pambrun, Katie
."' Jlunsiiker, Emma Miller. Rov Eddie
I'eruent, George Marshall. Eddie Whitlock.
Klbon Randall. Win. Marshall.
Girls Juniors Laura Toner. Leonora
Ross, Mary Broughton. Asenoth Monahon.
. Emilia Smith. J.tne Bolds. Boys James
; Warren, llarvVy Cross, Geo. Broughton.
: Frank Col lard.
Aggregate on rolls in all departments 23 1
Aggregate average attendance l.sl
f. During this term the syfteni of awarding
.('crt'ijb;atcs of Honor in the different sub
jects of study belonging io the Higher
)epartment , was introduced. Pupils de
firing cards are required to pass a credit
able oral and written examination in the
branch tor which they ask said Certificate.
The oral examinations were conducted in
presence of Br. Barclay. City Superinten
ds nt ; Rev'ds. if essrs. Sell wood and Gerry,
arid parents who honored us with their at
tendance. Certificates of Honor were issued in the
following brandies : Heading and Orlhorj-r-ioh'j.
Peomt)i.s!i'ip, .S.'?i;e Entry JJook
JCtrpinj, Gttujraphij. Natural Science,
1'hyxlulogij. Zjolorjy, and Ancient Hlslury.
The following were the successful can
didates with the number of Certificates
Katie Barcla v. .
Hattie Barclay .
A unit Winston . .
3 William Mvera 1
. .:; Alex. Barclay 1
. . ;t John Wortman. ... 2
... Isaao Collard 1
. , Noble Johnson. .. .2
...2 Ividi.- Whitlock. . .3
. . 3 Eddie Dement. . . .'I
. .'I Charles Cauiield.. .1
Emma Miller ....
.1 Win. Marshall 3
Vara Comsrock.. . .3 EUtuii Randall ... .2
Minnie Shaw 1 George Marshall. . 1
Nora Moss 1 James Warren.... 2
Mary Thomas. 1 Geo. Larocque.. . . 1
Emma Pambrun.. . 2 Frank Collard. .. .1
Aenoh Monahon. . 1 Jos. McNamara. . .1
Jane Bolds 1
Tho attendance during this term h.s
been larger than during any previous ses
sion of the school .
S. D. POPE, Principal.
"Her. Mr. Sellwood addressed in an able
and stirring manner the pupils at the
close of the exercise on Friday, at some
length. lie expressed his entire satisfac
tion with the proficiency exhibited by the
scholars in the different classes examined
in Ids presence, and was pleased to note
the spirit of emulation now astir among the
- pupils and honed bv the close of next
. term he would see this spirit of contention
, ;or scholastic superiority increased, and
a. result them farther advanced up the
tree of science.
We gratefully ncknuwleclge the
receipt of ;i bundle of late papers front
"Wells, I'aruo & Go's., Messenger.
0 Our A iend Mr. J. M. Bacon has
fine lot of valentines. All those
vLshinrr them woulJ do well to give
Mm a call.
We have as yet had uo small
pox in this place or vicinity as far
fs we know and hope we may not.
. Ve are informed however that the
lueascles prevails in ctrtuiu portions
of the city.
Since our last issue the weatha
hns softened down into the Oregon
Twists wiiich are so prtvalent at this
iteason of the year, and for the past
-," two or three days has been nnusual-
Hon, II. X. George, Grand
Ijecturer for Oregon and Washington
Territory, passed thrgugh this city
tins week on his way up the valley,
delivering a Tempernnce lecturo on
Jifondrty evening which so far as we
have beard has been highly spokeu of.
O.i Monday evening last, the
Fire Department of this place went
into an election which resulted in the
lection of Mr. A. J. Marshall as
.Chief Engineer of the Department
V'r the ensuing year. Ve hope to
ec this movement looked upon fa
vorably by the City Council.
: j The Directtjra of the Odd FeK
lows LTall Associatioii formed an or
.'Katiizarion on tha SBth by the el ec
' tion of W. RnndHll, President; A
? ; J. Apperson,. Vice. President; J. M.
f- I Grazer,. Treasurer; F". G-. McCown,
wereury. They levied' a ti assess
;f B,enf f -10 per cent, on the capital'
I ; ftok. nniountin-y to $3,200. This
1 'itfe business, und t!i mpn
avo the matter iu Land do not iu-
The ' Atlantic-' for January contains
an unusual amount of excellent reading.
Almost all it contains is very good. We
have poems by Whittier. Lenell, Bryant,
and Bayard.. Taylor. Higginson gives us
the opening chapters of a new romance.
Dr. Powditcii gives the llrsf of a series of
articles upon consumption' which is
worthy of careful perusal, while Parton.
in his inimitable wi:y. talks to us about the
"Mean Yankee at Home." F.dward
Everett Hale, for whose stories we always
anxiously wait, gratifies the readers of the
present number with an account of the
Good Natured Pendulum." All things
considered, it is the best number we have I
seen for a long time, and our lnend Bacon,
at the Postofliee. has done a good thing in
keeping up the club.
Among The good things which the
last steamer from San Francisco brought.
was i-Our Young Folks'-" for January. If
you do not believe it, just read below
aome of its features for 16V'3 :
1. The Storv of a Bad Bov, by T. B.
Aldrich. It is believed that tiiis story will
b regarded as one ol'tiie lresbest. health-
lest, anu most entertaining stones ever
written for youthful readers, lhe Bad
Boy is not a scapegrace, but an active,
wide-awake bov. whose healthy love of
mischief leads him into many amusing ad
ventures. He is a bad boy only in distinc
tion from those unhealthily yooti bovswho
have hitherto had undue prominence in
2. The Biographical Sketches of great
Navigators. Voyagers, and Discoverers.by
James Parton. These sketches will be
valuable not only for their biographical
character, but equally so for the clearness
and emphasis with which they will bring
out numerous important facts in Geog
raphy, and give to them a living interest.
3. The series of articles on practical
matters by Rev. Edward Everett Hale.
The large experience and keen observa
tion of Mr. Hale, joined with his shrewd
sense and skill as a writer.will give special
value and interest to his suggestions on
Talking. Reading. Writing. Traveling,
"Working, and Conduct in Society.
4. The series of seini-seientilic papers by
Mrs. Agassi.. These will treat of subjects
of great interest toail thoughtful young
persons. such as Coal Deposits, the
growth of Coral Islands, the causes anoT
history ot Earthquakes, etc.
o. The articles by J. T. Trowbridge on
several branches of industry, Glass-Making.
Coal-MiuiuK. Ship Building, Watch
Making, etc. Mr. Trowbridge has taken
special paiiH to acquaint himself with all
the interesting processes and curious de
tails of these various pursuits, and his de
scriptions of them will be peculiarly full
C. The .valuable series of papers on
American History by Mr. Bone.
7. The Dialogues by Epes Sargent, and
the Declamations by Elijah Kellogg.
' The Pacific Coast Almanac and
Year Book of Facts" for has been
received. Every man on the coast needs
a copy, and the price i only 50 cts. The
larger part of the space is occupied with
the statistics and lists of civil and military
officers, both State and National, of this
coast. A small space is devoted to the
general Government. It is what one needs
for reference almost daily.
We have received a copy of "Nicks
Illustrated Catalogue and Floral Guide"
for 1SG9. Published by James Nicks.
Rochester. N. Y. This is certainly a nice
thing to possess fLr those who are in-crested
in flowers. The publisher lias our
thanks, and we hope he will s.'fve us the
same way another vear. If anv of our
readers wish to obtain a choice variety of j
seeds for the flower or vegetable garden, j
please enclose ten cents to James Nicks, j
Rochester, N. ) .. and receive this cata
logue and guide. and then make your own
selections of seed-s.
Mayne field's new magazine- ' Onward.'-'
' For the Youth of America."' for
Jangary. lias been laid upon our table.
G. W. CarlcUm, X. Y.. is the publisher.
The purposes of the magazine arc set forth
ia the announcement somewhat a Julio ws.
It addresses itself to the voitii'r men and
women or America : Its ' design is not
only to entertain and amuse, but to in-
struct, elevate, and conduct tl. youth
along that path lending to the highest and
noblest manhood' The present number
is made np of stories-some complete.
others continued poems, with a lew pages
of - Things Worth Thinking of." -TriOes'
book notices. Ac. Tlu general appear-
mice of the. magazine is strikingly lureign.
Its poetry and editorial talk is printed in
a very peeuuar type, known' to printers
as "Xonpareil li !it-faee Celtic." and la
somewhat trying t the eyes. It is printed
iipi.n good papr. with lull page lllustnu-
tiuns. lerms o.oi) per vear.
The residence of Hon.
I Thompson, of this city, was entered
and robbed ot' valuable pnpers and a
. , . . j
Considerable Stini Of money OH Uie,;
evening ot ihursday iat. 1 1 i per
haps not prudent to report all the
acts connected with this bold affair,
at the present time.
The Workingman's Jvleetipg1 call
ed the " White Men's Association"
met at the Court House on hist Mon
day ev'tfninj;. The meeting co'iitnenc-
ed by a very elegant discourse from
II. Adams Ksn , consisting of
his opinion of the 1'. T. and O. S. N. j
Co., and finally wound up with a few j
well timed remarks on Scripture, nf- j
ter which Mr. Murray followed with i
an able speech. Mr. Straight, y. j
had his regular say about rats and j
things in general. Mr. Kelly told a !
few anecdotes, among which he told I
about the celebrated crow. I
Pox't Believe in- Advkutising. The
following from an exchange upon this sub
ject expresses our sentiments, und wo
therefore give it to onr reader in full :
" .ht'.n,an wljo doesn't believe in adver
tising is all the while doing what he de
precates. Hehan-gs cotitsT outside of his
door, or puts dry goods iu his windows
ihat s adca-Uslng. H0 h;ts prinu1 C.M.(U
.vmg ou bis counwr-thnts adeerlisiny.
He sends nut drummers throurrh theeoun-
. ,.u.o u. name on Lis wagon oW
j- uufis articlfs .r hi.
inui.ufuetures-W.v a.z-w;; ir k
uoor-wuaua taut out advertisina t He
paints his shop given or red ; or if a "tailor
he wears the lau-.-t styles ; if a firctor. he
Iras the boys call him out of church in
liable; it itn auctioneer, ho bellows t.- -r
tract the attention oi passers-bv ; if a '
heavy merchant, he keep a huge "pile of
boxes on his sidewalk in front of his store
und alt fur advertising. A mau can't
do business without advertising, and the
question is, whether to Cull to his aid the
engine that moves the world the printing
press, with its thousand of tnessenT3
working night and day, the steam cr.gr nes
adding to its repeating capacity untold
power r-nd miraculous speed ; or. reject
ing all these, to go back to the days when
newspapers, telegraphs and railroads were-'
unknown. "Bxt advertising costs money!"
So does everything that is worth having.
If advertising cosx nothing, all thCseconrl.
third and fourth clas petty shops would
stand an" equal chance vritb- the most
responsible house. If you' want to prove
to the world that you re i3 a cix?3 e-
hiis loH Lis cow. he puu a w ritten notice I rr'tr!t- as ' a'n determined to sell at
in thn Tost Oflices. or tells bis skm-.:. ! less than, imnnrter's rales, bv aivinn
law and lhal s adferti-iiun iftn ir , i i , , , ,
hi, name put up in i"u &t J?l 1J'1 a more ahle article, and a guar- j
1st Congregational Cti .Scats Free.
Morning Services 10.15.
Subject: Religion, the moving power :n
Sabbath School, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services,. 7 o'clock.
Rev. E. Gkrkv, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening, 5 o'clock
Tuesday evening 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church,,
. . 7 o'clock.
Evening Sei vices,
Clas Meeting following Morning; Services.
Prayer Meeting Thursday evening 7 o'clock
Sabnath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
Dev. C. W. Todd, Pastor.
j3A good House with six or
seven Rooms, near the Congregational
Church, iu Oregon City, with full lot, is of-
fered for sale low
Apply at tnrs othce, lor
Not a Subjf.ct of Doubt. That
i Newell Plumonary Syrup is the most ef-
r tective and never failing remedy for atl'ec-
tions ol the throat and luugs,
" Is Time or Peace Prepare for
War." So get a bottle of Dr.- Cooper'
Magnetic Balm, arr unequaled preparation
for Dysentery, Diarrhoea and Cramp. The
instantaneous relief of Burns, Bruises and
Electro Silicon. This cut ious nnd
valuable substance is confidently claimed to
be the best article ever discovered for
cleaning and polishing Cold, Silver and
Plated Ware, and all smooth metallic sur
faces, of whatever description, including
kitchen utensils of tin, copper, bruss, steel,
Bj3uA!1 persons who keep Howe &
Stevens' Family Dye Colors for sale can be
relied on for fair dealing, for the reason tV.
they cost the retailer twenty-five ceuts per
doZL-n mure than other kinds of Dres in the
market, while lie retails iliein nil at the same
price consequently he makes 23 cts., doz
en more, ly celling an inferior article.
Saddlf.uv. J. II. Scliratu, of this
City, is ru4fc' manufacturing the be.-t 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 wale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is bound to nmke a trade with an- man who
wishes to bliy of hiin. He uses both Oregon
and California leather in his establishment,
and his work hears a iu"t exetl'.ent reputation
abroad. We hope that citizens of our own
county will think of this, when they want any
articles in his lint.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
We having this day sold to M. Wortheim
er our entire stock el furniture, tools arid
merchandise all parties owing the under
signed, will e;il! immediately f'r settlement,
as :il! outstanding accounts at the end of ?M
days, will be placed in legal hafcds for collec
tion. All par.ics having tiny claims against
the undersigned will hand tiiem in immedi
ately lo M. Wortheniicr for payment, as af
ter c'O davs none will be allowed.
LKVV A KL'CHEIMElt.
Oregon City, Dec. 'Jtitlr lstiij. (y.4t
As the ogp in xchich ice live demands
pro;,r.ss in l'irmini Implements as
icell as in all other branches of indus
try,! have en tered extensively- upon the
Manufacture of the. Celebrated
3"Iei& Lio2;;- jtm"
Better knmen in Oregon as the MrOL
G A MO T PLOW. Th is Plo ic com .
hines all the desirable points of a per
fect it.Tplnncnt; being simple in con
stnir.tion. clieoo. durable, and of ha hi.
! drafL The 0; Jrnnj,ims wfikh were
, , r,, .
i "rded 10 Gang Plows at the great
Implement trial at Mattonn, Sept. 4,
j l8(i5. bv the Slate Agricultural i.oci
, e, c,f 'jUinois. were awarded to this
1 r, , rn, ,,
i law- 1 e following is an extract
from the Deport of the Commissioner
pf Agriculture, fur the year 186(5 and
j ;nabefouml on paae o jG 0f lhll( re
j 2J0 '' '
j .The r; Po.v mnl(. hy j c pf
Arrnzville. OsV couutv Illinois, is received
with no little favor in the west. Almost in
credible stories arc told of its excellence
and efliciency in plowing tue prairie fields
of Illinois and other States.
" The depth of the furrow is regulated by
the crank-a.le, which is so arranged that
the plough can be driven deeper r shal-
lv it CI Ut illC I'll, il3tJI v Ul Hi'. IN 1 ' L I ,
renin U movm.by means of the levor.
lower ut the pleasure of the driver, when the
V uUo manufacture su'.kev plows for
small boy, or infirm persons who nre unable
to m linage a tc-iim of thn-e or f.mr horses.
Tlii ;mg or sulkey plow, will cut a fur
row from t to 10 inches deep.
"The committee who tested the draught
of this plow with a dynamometer state, that
it ran li ghter by i -10 pounds, than other plows
when running nt the same depth, ami held
by the plowman wLile ou foot."
With this Plow one man can do
more work than two men can do icith
walking Pforrs, and the same amount
of team. Hence, it teill be, seen that
it icill more than pay fur itself in one
I icill also manufacture the
WEE-FOOT GANG PLOW!
-X N I) T 1! K
Web-Foot Walking Plow '.
Both patterns of my own invention,
for which pa lent i have been applied
for, and which have withstood practi
cal tests with the best results.receiving
flattering testimonials wherever seen
&C$- Now, the Farmers nf Oregon
are. invited to give the. Oregon City
Manufactory a trial. Do not pureh
ase a Plow of any description until
. - y j
y0,t have flammed my make and
an tee warranting the same.
Ear further information address
JOHN W. LEWIS,
I. O (i U S &
Corner of Fourth and Main, s tree's.
rs- KeepeonsUatlr ou band ail kinds of
fre.h and salt aieats, tuch as
COicNED BEEF, IT A MS,
PICK E LED PORK, LARD,
And everything else to be found in their line
k UJ A '. 1 ' f
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
TOH3T M. B1COX,
Sucrtsor to JOJIX FLEMING,
Masonic Building, Main Street,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
IBS CU CtS JJS, 9
TILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ox HAND
V a Luxe and well selected stock of Hooks
Stationery, and Drugs, comprising in part
Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
Medical, Mining, and Scientific
Books, Theological and Jielir-
ious Books, Juvenile and
Toy Books, Sabbath and
Day School Books,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Blank Books in Every Style, Pass
Books, Memorandum Books, and
Time Books, Drawing, Trac-
ing and Tissue Paper,
Arnolds , Maynard & Noyrs? and
David's Jnks, Mucilage, Sheet
Music, Music Pajjer, and
All of Which he will Sell at the
A General Vtuiety of Drugs and
Palent Medicines, Constantly
on hand, fur sale.
S School Teachers, and parents of Schol
ars will find it to their advantage to inspect
in y stock and prices, before purchasing else
Books Imported to Order. Orders res
pectfully solicited and promptly filled
S Agent for the Stn Francisco 'l ime, and
Eastern periodicals, and papers.
V 13 W F IBM!
THOMAS R. FIELDS
Wortman & Fields,
? Oregon City, Oregon.
ITffliftily Groceries !
Provisions of all Kind !
Wines and Liquors !
Canned Pruits and Meats !
Aud all the Favorite
Brands of Flour and Sugar
B-tfThe highest market prices 2nid
for country produce.
China G tossing, Jmitotions
Of all kinds
Wood sb. 2 ad Msas'MeJ
Erfcutrd a recti rs can be done on the Pacific
Coci't. Exa-ndnt our irvrh and Judge fur
-gT.very order a: to tided to with rare and
' West Door IJaNton's I'.riek.
Jlain st.., Oregon City.
ZjJcts. i no to o wins-
1i&t VarieLi.-s of Chinee
Fruit Tr... 3'
Shrubbery it Plants,
- - -- -- - - -t r
Are now Ready for Shipment to Order :
! Cherriet, Prunes, J'lums, Pears, and
. Berries, Doolittle's Black Cap
Raspberry, Wilson's, the
Agriculturist, anrl the '
Triumph die Gare Straicberry.
Criy Our tree have the best reputation of
any in the Stale. Send fur Cireulur.
cjf. (z. . WALLING & Co.
0w0., CI ickarnas County, Oregon.
Orders left with Iteriow &. FuUer. Ager.ts at
Oregon City, will receive prompt atteution.
JTAM1LY DYE COLORS.
Put exited October 1903.
PEEPECT FAST COIOES.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Brown, Orange,
Dark Brmcn, Pink,
Light Brown, Purple,
Yellow, Light Fawn, Drab,
Fatpn Drab. Violet,
Light Drab, So'ferino,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple,
c-c , C'c, c.
rOTt DYE ISO SIIK,
Woolen and U sed Goi-ds, Shaw-la. Scarfs,
Presses. Itiobons, Glove, liopuets. Uat.-,
Feathers. Children's Clothing, aod all kinds
of Wearing apparel,
A Saving' of Eighty per Cent.
For 25. rents yon can color as many
gooUii a- would otherwise cost five times that
?urn. Various shades can be produced from
the same dye. The process ia simple, and any
one can use the dye with perfect success.
ffiT Directions in English, French and Ger
man, outside of each paekiige.
UO WE 4- S TEVENfr,
3i'fi Kroadway, Boston.
For. svlf. et
Smith Davis, Wholesale Druggists,
Portland. Oregon. ;
Parlf, O-.'gc-i Ci;.- I
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
Selling at Cost
TO CLOSE BUSINESS !
And no HUMBUG !
BIOTS AND SHOES, i
Mens' Ladies, Misses' aud Children'
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Faints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has pot to be sold
Regardless of Price!
To convince yourself with respect to
this matter, call at the old corner.
South cf Pope S Co.'s Tin Sto-rt,
Permanently Located nt Origon City, Oregon,
ROOMS With Dr. Safiarrans, on Main Ft.
C. W. POPE & Co.,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
J Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers7 would respectfully an
nounce that tln-y keep constantly on hand a
Rood assortment of Cooking. Varlor. Air
Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this mar
ket, which are being
Offered at Portland Prices !
Our insortment in this line i large, and
mbrrfces almost any desired pattern, includ
HE AUT1 IS! ONE,
ORE AT REPUBLIC,
BLACK KNJGI1T, kc.
Roofing and Jobbing of every description
done to order, iu a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the. above
may be found a good assortment of Hard
ware, Woodeiiware, etc.
C. W. POPE A Co.
NEW LIGHT! NEW LAMP!
BEST NIGIfT LAMP IN USE !
Its,3Ifiny Advantages I
FIRST ft i Nvi-Esploxlvf, and' entirely
frif. from tnnukc or ucn-ive odor icLiu
SECOND It oiien a Soft, Clean, Whit
THIRD It i CHEAPER than any ether
Fluid or Oil.
LUCINE BURNING FLUID
For burning in the above Lamps, outrivals J
nil otni r r iiaas ior r.iiiii i ana r-A;u. oji l .
It will not Sum or Gre-ise. Clothes, Carpets,
LTJCINE LAIIPS AND THE FLUID
CAN UE riAt) OF
Stovet, Tinware, Lamps, Oih, Chimneys,
Lantern. .. if-'-. n4:tl"
CITY I5AKEBY !
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
BA3L0W & FULLER,
(Successors to "Wortman it Sheppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
CAKES! PIES! DREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds f
Orders in this Line will meet with !
PROIilPT ATTENTION !
BARLOW & FULLER!
Also keep on hand all kinds of i
FAMILY G HOC F 11 1 KS ! I
AND PROVISIONS ! I
And all Articles used for Culiuary
BARLOW & FULLER
Kell a fine assortment of
LIQUOKS AND TOBACCO I
By the CtfSe, or at retail f
Attention is also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells the
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
&3T In short. Farmers and the public gen
eraiiy, are invited to call at the City Bakery, j
wbere tlie trutn will be made apparent tiKit
fiurfctock is complete, and our prices reason
able. Ail kinds of produce taken in exchange
for goods. BAULOW A FULLER
A. G. WALLING'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
OREGON IAN JJUllDJMi,
3io. 5 Washington Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND t
aor desired pattern.
Music books, magazines, news
papers. Etc., bound in every variety ef
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
Robinson & Lake
XTTILL CONTINUE THE STOVE AJ D
V Tin-ware trade as usual, at the estib
lished EMIGRANT STORE,
Gor"i:r if I",-ont j"d frR-nii
I-'yrilj:j i, Ortfon . I
A WKLL KNOWN
Cliliniaiiia. & Bros.
HAVE FOR YEARS had as a motto fhat
A NIMBLE SIXPENCE
Was Better than
A SLO W SHILLING;
AND UPON THIS principle of
And giiiissil FroHts
Continue to do Business at the
Old Stand, Oregon City.
FALL ANO WiMTER STOCK
7a- Complete in Every Department.
A LARGE STOCK OF
MM'V. R0QJ fi! flTSIIMP.
All Styles aud Qualities,
At Low Prices for CASH!
LADIES, GENTS, MISS'S J h BO VS.
CHARMAN & BUG.. .
And WeekSy Commercial.
rpiIE POKTLAXl) EVENIXO COMMEit-i
jL ci.il has nbanuoned its neutrality in j
politics, and notv steps forth as tin advocate j
of si'iind, old-fashioned Democracy. The j
Constitution und Union ns they were," shall
he our motto. We shull he bound or guided j
by no clique, and shull labor lor the Jeoriran j
ization ot the Democratic party 011 a basis
that will insure success 111 the luUtrc.
Daily for one year 00
" " x months S 00
" " three inrriilhs U no
"Weekly oue year, 2 f.O; six months, 1 ."0 j
O : I
ZrfT" Let every true Democrat consider ;
himself nn utcn: ivr the Com m r nci.M.. and j
forward bis own name nnd those of his im
mediate friends. JAMES C. DOW,
M. P. HULL.
Corner Vv'ashinglon and Front, sts
r.."ni ' Portland, Oregon.
V. A. ALIOlICir. J. C. MERHILL. JOI1S M CP.AKE.S
M'CRAKEH, MERRILL a CO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
AGENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
Hawaiian und Oieou Packet Line.
Importer of San (jucntin and Carmen
Island Salt, .Sandwich Island Sugars, Collee,
Iiice, nnd Pulu.
Apents for Provost's t Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, Pickles nnd Vinegar.
Dealers 111 I lour, Griur , Paeon, Lard &
Frna t. 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.
ALDKICH, MEuiilLL A CO..
Nos I'oi and 2 'Jo California Street,
M'CKAKEN. M EH KILL A CO..
1; North Front Sireet, i'ortland.
Proof of their Superiority.
J?emigylvaiisn. Ituilsoad Company.
OrFICE OF TtTK Gsnts.m Srrr:T:l-TrN!KNT, )
Altoxa, Pa., Dec. l', 17. ) ,
Gentlemen: The watches manufactured by 1
you hare been in ti.ie on this Railroad fur
several years by. onr engiticnien, to whom
we furnish vrntches ns jv.nl of our equip
ment. There nre now some three hundred
of them carried on our line, anl we consider
th.-ni good and reliable time keepers. In
deed, I have great satisfaction in saving
your watches s,ivc us less trouble, find have
worn and do wear much longer without re
pairs than any watches wo 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 icuutation, but
as a class they never kept time as correctly,
nor have they done as good service as yors.
In these statements 1 nni sustained by my
predecessor, Mi. Lewis, vh;so expe-ienee
extended over a series of years.
American Watch Company, Walthmri.
New York Central Railroad.
I.ocojiiottie Deportment, Wexftirn Division,
Eoc.vvttr. Di-.-i lhO.;. j
Gentlemen : I have uo hesitation in saying
that I believe the great mf.p-.rity of locomo
tive engineers have found by experience that
Waltliam Watches are the most satisfactorr
of any for their uses. Thev run with the
greatest neenraev nnd steadiness, notwith
standing the rough riding of an engine, and,
as I have never known oue to wear out, they
must be durable. 1 hope to see th? time
when railway companies will generally
adopt your watches, and furnish them to all
evigmeers and conductors. In inv opinion
it would greatly tend to promote regularity
CHARLES WILSON, G. Chief
Engineer, Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers. American Watch Company, Waitham.
Evert Watch fall a Warranted.
For sale by all first-class dealers in the I
Rabbins 4- Apple ton.
No. li Rroadiray.
il. 1,. tiray w ee.r an, rancmcn,
4S:L-nj AgeiiUfur tktliforvi.
STEAM NAVIGATION GQ.'S
BOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL leave
I'oi tlr.-nd as follows:
FOR DALLES CITY: DAILY,
(Sundays excepted,) at 5 o'clock a. ts..
FOR UMATILLA AXD WALLULA:
Mandays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
At 5 o'clock a. m.
rjfT' Returning, leave Wallula on !-nday
Wednesdaj i Friday, touching at Umatilla.
FOR ASTORIA :t
Monday and Friday, at fj o'clock a. m.
FOR MONTICELLO :
Dairy, (Sundays excepted,) Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 a? m.
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
at 7 o'clock a. m.
in readiness when business offers.
J. C. A INS WORTH.
Brt jideat 0. P. N. Cotrscsny,
l-tv-s or vor cax't, ad we nr v
. oa nave tiW evrry n-jiviy but th O-N !'
i-st:i.vd. by ii mtriiuic merit, to S'iperi.t nil f i .i
t.r !T!.5naii.ii--. It is not surprisins vuu h.mU le
vlo.-n.ut n try sf.iuoiUiic els. after "tn itianr t.;.
K-nraotai you h:tv innde of trasliv cou.peuaJ4'
ujota liu Uiu pu'jUu as a cc-rlau tur; but
lliilUlilirY DWll 71
1- j w mm
U U XT
s ren'.tr thn VF.rtV nr?T rrracir ovr cfMniwmd
Or Urn cur.- f Cuitiii. tcie Tliro.it. .tsihir,
,Viipiiij; Cou-h. Uri-ii.-ljtiinti.l c..ii!u:ut.tru. Thu!
.nudx ...1' iu t.'i.lii.iruhi anj Oretroii luiva Kh-:i
.Irx-aJy bvuulitiuJ by tlio kuir-mixi canato iv,u-i
irvl with nno accord girt it tlilr nnq'mll(iff BTjirt
ui'.i'.n. Wo ikiw R-iIrs Hi-.S','lve-! la :iU who aru u!
i' li'.Kiiiiti'il with this, tho froalt rnot -T-t oft;-,o
Vr tin! hauling of all J:soaso.i af tho "iTirjat
..uni,, ssuiiiig Twu that
ia eared tliohsanA? ana It wHl euro TOCifyoulr,
This jnvaluaMo medicine Ss plearant to tho rnio
orhins. Uvuling ami str'i;:bcuiii(; in its clhH-ts ; p.-.
in-y frwi from U jio;uia!is or .Icletc -rifti drus-;,
x.rfctly harndoss uiu'.'t all circumta:-e.
C'Tiiile.tf"s from many prominent tiuzerj of Si.k
naciscu'aw:ciMiipan every bottle of
A LWAYS SAFE .' Always Elfectua!.
J Fever and Affi.e Is Sr'ecuily and ef-e.-tnrdly
cured hy Dr.'E- COU.'Kll'b Univer
sal Magnetic Bahn.
"PRO BOIJO PUBLICO!"
.. Li- en
.PJ .V, til!
cr jE? "3 -J :
fj TZ. --r- .i,';-.' .
1 TILLY A VEGETABLE. FRF. PA
RATION. None genuine without .-ignatuie
of W. strong.
REPiNGToN, HOSTETTER A CO..
4iC and -ilM Front t.. Sun Frnncico
Sole and exclusive Agents.
Hedington, Kcstetter & Co's
Florida Water !
USE NO OTHER.
VnexcePed for Toilet Use and for the E'-sth.
EEDINGTON, HOSILTTER & CO.'S
This valuable preparation, containing in
a highly concentrated form all the properties
of Jamaica Ginger, has become one of the
most popular domestic remedies lor ad diseas
cs of the stomach am! digestive organs. Asa
tonic, it will be found invaluable to ail persons
recovering from debility, whether produced
by fever of otherwise: lor while it imparts to
the system all the glow and vigor 1 hat can
!- produced by wine or biandy. it is f ree from
the reactionary e fleets that f jllow the ue ol
spirits of any "kind. ,
It is also an excellent remedy for females
who sillier from difficult menstruation, giving
almost immediate re!i-f to the spasms that
so frequently accompany that period.
It gives imiiieuinte relief to Nausea, caused
by riding in a railroad car, or by Heu-nickness
or other causes.
It is also valuable, ns an external application
for Gout. Kheutiiatistn. Ner.r.ikm vie.
RED IMG TON, H OS TETTE'l i; Co..
DC and 41 Front tt, San Francisco.
Uc Electro Silicon.
:ie TiriJlia nt.
KEDIHGTON HOSTETTEE. & Cos
Florida, Water !
This article, possessing the mo-t deh'csfe
i fragrance of 1- lowers, is iitequallea as a pe?
fume for the' Handkerchief.
FOIt THE 13 A TH :
I Used in bttthing it imparts strength nnd en
! ergv to Vhe pvstein, and gives that f'dtnes.s
j and dtiieuey to the nkin so muck ciesirea 03
SUNS EL N, FRECKLES PIMPLES,
Diluted with water it makes an elegnr.t den
tifrice. imparting pearly whiteness to lhe tert.i
sweetness to the breath, and renders tne
gums hard and of a beautiful color.
' It slwtiW alwavs be used after shaving dilut
ed ith water, as it relieves all intlrHiiinatioii.
REDING TON, HOSTETTEE fy Co.
llf and 418 Front st,. f:.in Francisco.
- X)Tt -
Direct from Nature's La bra tor y.
The Fe.'t- article ever discovered forcleasa
ing ar.d Polishing Gold. Silver and Plated
ware, and a!i smoota Metalic pHrfacep, of
whatever description, including Kitchen uten
8i!s of Tin. Copper, Brass. Met 1. etc.
To Jewelers and Workers in Gold and Sil
ver Plate the Electro-Silicon is of inestimable
value : the time saved, and the vexation pre
Tented by its use. Till forever endear its name
to all who bve bd evidnice'f itn merits,
REDING TON, HOSTETTER 4- Co.
Stfe. Agent,-Sin Franciset.
REDIXG TCX, H0ST5TTER Co.'
EXTRACTS Are ike best.
y ET IT BE DISTINCTLY BOKNK IN
mind' that' HOSTKTTER'S P. ITT Lit"?
i a MEDICINAL PREPARATION, not a
beverage.-arrd that it is entirely free froM
the attributes which Create and foster a pas
sion for stimulauts, and v.-hich belong to all
the distilled and ' forr.tr, ted liquors of fom-'
nierce. Ita alcoholic element is derived from'
sound rye, a grain-which, according tii'the
testimony of the moat distinguished analyti
cal chemists, yields a more wholesome spirit
thau any other known substance. But the
QUINTESSENCE OF RYE employed in the"
manufacture of tlie Bitters, must nOt bc con
founded with the rye spirit sold in the mar
ket ni Bourbon arm Mouongubela Whisy
The very bet bra; Js of those liquors pro
cured ;or hospital use, arrd preferred by!ie
Medical Stall 4 of the Army and Navy to uny
other liquor, arc not to be compared it ex
cellence wrth the article- used if the concoc
tion of the GUE4.T STOMACHIC. It is
subjected, itr the first instance. :o a process
which deprives it of thi pnnsicnt and acrid
elements proved by chemical test to exist iu
even what arc deemed the-finest imported o
aud domestic spirits, and after boing thu
purified, is kept ou hand loii enoiiji'a t t
give it mellowness before bein Kiedicatod.
The chief yirtue of the preparations is r.ot,
however, ir its spirituous basis, but in the '
juices of the tonic, aperient, corrective and
antibiliou.4 vegetable products so largely
intermixed v,-itli it.
Perhaps, it may be urged, that if they im
part to the aTcohoIic fluid its preventive and
remedial qualities, water impregnated with
the sifne ingredients would answer the pur
pose as well. Nothing but profound igno
rance of tSe'Jatfs of physiology and putho- O
loy can excuse such an error. Oi.ly by a
diirasible stimulant can the medicinal con
stitueiits, that arc to fortify tfi).? system
a?a:tit diseasl-, or counteract diseased ac
tion, be conveyed directly to their dettina-' O G
tion. Thu sti:ut:Lint rapidly pervades the
animal structure,' carrying with it to the'
points where it is needed, the required unti- O
dote. W ater will not do this. It has, com
paratively speaking, no propelling or diffu
sive power. Nor is this ail. Nothing but
alcohol will preserve lhe medieval oronerlv
of vegetable e.tt ra'cts ia a fluid state. Mix
them with water and the compound will
ferment, turn sour arid become worse thau'
it is claimed fhnt nOFTETTER'S P.IT
TEKS cr?rr.mend themselves fo th 'tfpi-cinl
faror of the Temperance Physician, s.l tho
only iliSrSsive stimslaut which he' can pre
scribe r, itl-.otrt dnvzer of nndniy eicitir, the
brain of his patient, and of creating that
morbid thirst for alchn! which doses of tin
uiedicated spirits art so apt to cnt-nder.
Ti aryuc with the dogma! is, iviri assert
that stimulants are al ays unnecessary a'il
pernicious, would be a' waste of tune. Th
most eminent lights of Medical Science bnvo
settled that question, and it is lif t worth
while to have a controversy with the rush
light. The Irauiii chain pirms cf temper
ance in the United States, fioraec Grcelcy
auioii the mimbrr, harp announced tit
they are nr.t ia favor of prohibiting fhe em
plf.yment of ?ptrfuons lin-uor's ai medi
cine.. So mrrh fet the mors!' claim? of the crti
cle wider the temperance code. The grdiiml
being tlins clear ed, and it t hoped,- to the
satisfaction of every ntional champion of
sobriety, the specific apjdieatioii of the iJit
ters the preventiim and cure cf the " iI1j
that "esh is heir to," comes next in order. '
Reasons whose Jives are peculiu'ly sens;
tive are said fo be of a " bilious iu.l.it ." Th
morbid mfiuciiccs which afl'ect ethers, iu
gencntl way, seem' in their cases to operate
f directly and mainly upon the biliary 01 jii.
Many who are thus predisposed to an' over-
Cow of bile are subject fo periodical attacks
of biliousness, accompanied by pain in ti.o O
right side, lawrtior, pain between fhet.!.ou!d-'
crs, glooniy fcehngiJ, and that peculiar Huge'
of the complexion which indicates that a'
portion of the bileVl.ich should have passed
off through tlie bowels has hc a misdirected
to the venous svstem, aift is iesent in the
superficial bloodvessels.- To avert thc-o' O
symptoms, and the i;enral disorder of the
internal organs, which they involve, it is ad
visable for individuals of a bilious habit to'
take at L-ast two doses of HOSTETTLR'S''
BITTLIIS daily at such times as they have
reason to apprehend an attack. J;K!e u.'i1
who have a couetiiutkuial a ltd temperainen
tal tendency to liver complaints would do
well to take a dose oft:. is admirable ANTI-'
BILIOUS .STOMACHIC everyday. Wkcn
the great secretive gland is seriously disor
dered, the medicine usually icsorted to is
mercury, which, un'. ts administered with
very great caution, is itiiifii'cly mcfre dan
gerous than the dist-a-'? it is intended- to
subdue. Ia a lar-e. minority of the casts,
treated -.vita cuiuivl, or blue pill, the auti
oi7i'bus and'iJterative properties of the Bit
ters would produce the desired effect. And
let ifbe bM-ii?i:: mind thin, whereas mercury
in evciy stiape is an iiisic.ious poison, tne
medicinal injrredietits of this preparation
"consist e.xciiisivciy of wholesome vt-getabW
: extracts, which sire diffused throntrh the'
svstcm by means of tiro purest aud mildest
of ail known stimulants.
Warning tn founterft i tcra and. a.
aution to Puriliac-r
No expense will he spared, no legal means
of punishing fraud Vil! 1)5 neglected, in th
clfort to prevent the count rleittug of 110-
TLTTLK'S STOMACH BllTLRS.
Not to purchase any article purporting fo
be IIOSTKYTEK'S" STCMA'Clf BITTERS, -wlich
if cot authenticated-by the handsorho
Government stamp,- speciaMy engraved fur
the proprietors, and also- by their superb'
new label, with a beautiful vignette, repre-.
schting the conflict betweeu .St. George and
the Dragon at the top; and a'miniatu e not
of hand, sign-'d HosK-Ittr A. Smith, at the
N. B. The genuine Bitters are sold in'
bottles only. A'd persons wad pretend to"
sell the article by the gallon or barrel, aie
impostors, and thc-Ktug they off-ris a worth
less aud, probably, poisonous couuterleit.-
PBLPARED AND SOLD BY
Hostetter i Smith, Proprletors,-
XWT For sale by all Druggists, Grocers,
accl shopkeepers throngbaut the wond.
AGENTS KO ORy.OJf 1
llo'dze, Calif k Co.,
Wholesale' Druggists,' Portland, Orfjc-
n,-irm(n-?cv rTT r a tin id rxct ttcdauv