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All around and all above thee
In the hushed and charmed air,
Ail things woo thee, all things love thee,
Maiden fair !
Gentle zephyrs, perfume breathing.
Waft to thee their tribute sweet.
And for thee the Spring is weaving
In their caverned1. cool recesses,
Songs for thee the fountains frame;
. "Whatsoe'er the Avave caresses
Lups thy name.
Greener verdure, brighter blossoms,
Wheresoe'er thy footsteps stray,
G'cr the Earth's enamored bosom,
"YVheresoe'cr thy presence lingers.
When, .soe er thy brightness beams,
Fancy weaves with cunning fingers
And the heart forgets thee never,
Thy young beauty's onu delight
There it dwells forever,
KnsfN'ti New Sorts of the j
StkA-wberrt. IMaat the fresh new- j
? washedsoift seed, a fourth to an j
inch deep in very rich and finely pul
verized beds, and keep the surface
moist and shaded. Many new plants
spring up spontaneously in bearing i
siraw berry beds, from the fallen and I
decayed berries, and thus excellent
. j , ...
sorts become mixed with noorer.
The strawberry is the easiest fruit to !
raise nev sorts from by crossing. I
For if the bearing sort which pro- j
duces the seed is a pistillate, it must
be fertilized by .some staminate; and j
thus every seed is a between the two j
the seed, not the berry, being af- j
fee ted the first year. Every seed in
every berry of Burr's New Pine, !
Ilovey's seedling, aud other pistil-
bites, are necessarily always crosses, j
Wo would recommend the folio wimr '
as suitable varieties to produce seed !
i ,i : , . i , 14.
i i i
fertilized by Hooker; Ilovey's Seed- j
ling fertilized with Early Scarlet
and W aluei s Saedlinr.
V m -. ,
Palky Horses. If von have balkv
horses it is your own fault and not
the horses' for if they do not pull
there is some cause for it, and if you ;
remove the cause the effect will cease. :
When your horse balks he is excited,
and does not know what to do.
When he gets a little excited, stop
him for 5 or 10 minutes; let him be
come calm, and as soon as he is over
his excitement he will, in nine cases
out of ten, pull at the word. Whip
ping and slashing and swearing only
m;i!io the matter worse. Alter you
have gentled him awhile, and his ex
citement has cooled, take him by the
bits; turn him each way a few min
utes, ns far as you can; pull out the ;
lougue; gentle him a little; unrein t
him, then step before the balky horse,
and" let the other start first; then you
can take them anywhere you wish.
A balky horse is always high-snirited
and starts quick; ball the pull is out
before the other starts; by standing
before him the other starts first. Jiy
close application of this rule you can
make any horse puil. If a horse has
been badly spoiled, you should first
hitch him to an empty wagon, and
let him draw it around for a while
on level ground; then put, on a little
load and increase it gradually, caress
ing as before, and in a short time
tou can have a good work horse.
An opinion extensively prevails
in the United States, that grain is
I :f . I r ... mi a con vein ion : i uai is id say: ins -mi
Letter if cut before qatte ripe. Hie ; i0 K-WiS f Havana. Dr. otto. Baron of
last year, Prof. Isidore Pierre, of Voeldemdorft; Couneilior r.f Ministry, and
, it c r-i T, ' ' the President of the United Mates ot
the University Ot Caen, in 1 ranee, America. George Bancroft, envoy cxtra.u-di-detennilied
to trv the matter b" care- i "fry and minister plenipotentiary, wtio have
fnlly conducted scientific experiments I u-,:"eoJ V ilA-(- '"'i lile 'ho""- f ''f :
J . . . 1 1 ! Aar. 1. C I'izens of Bavaria, who have be-
Jte CO I tlie same quantities ot Wheat, I
from the same held. o:i the (it!), 11th i
I -. . U .lfl.1, ., ,1 o -. , 1. . C 1 . . 1 1
I .1 I .'III .11111 -.1111 1)1 -Ikl .1 11,-
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When the whole crop Wa.H cut by the I
mowers. lie found a daily increase
of nitrogen and phosphoric acid to
the last showing that the earlier it
was cut the. poorer it was in amyla
ceous and glutinous matters. lie
thinks that though there is some loss
in shaking; out of over ripe grain, it
is more man compensated tor in the
i.iM-eised value of . the nerfectlv
Horses, as a general thing, get
too m'neh lickinp; and too little feed.
Jf tv man loses Jus hat while driving j
his horse, lie licks the horse to pay j
for it. It he runs info another wagon
through his own carelessness, he licks
his horse to make it all right. If
his hor.se slips or tumbles, he gets
lieked for it if he does anything he
gets licked, and if he lon't do any
thing he gets the suae.' A great
ni4iiv horses know "a sight" more ;
Wvux their drivers. unJ
if thev could
K t- r l!ol J I t 1 I t
arge places wttlt tiiem, society at
large would be the gainers, and SO
I he price Ot sheep in England
lias fallen oil as much as in the UnU
ted States. Store-sheep, that usu
ally -bring eight dollars- each, are
now selling for four dollars, and im
mense numbers are being gold in a
sort of panic. The consequence will
be, that there soon will be a low of
high prices, as there always b in all
smth. cases, and the far
. . i . -i
aootu io learn noT inev ,
ean keep over PtCC'k cheaply till the tUns shall be exchanged at Munich wit hi a i from the date of this notice ti tLcVui'der
rood times come again. .months-from thedat hereof . signed at his office over the store of Thom-
a -..-.o i hl f:uth "'hereof the p.emporentt.tncs Lave I as Charmaa, Oregon City, Clackamas Coun-
. i Mgned and sesued ties convention. ' tv. State of Ore 'nn.
Small acts of kindness, how; 'Munich, the -JUtii Mav, is.;-. I " l)a-ed at Orecma Cifv this Rth day .f.T:in
. ... j j..:..u. i- -i .. I Iseai,.; GKOKOK IIAXCHOFT ! and A. 1). lsr;:" AltTiint in'Tivrii ''
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intand desirable do thev matie !
. - i
pieasutii.aiiuuc-uau.cuu mcy ui-int
life. Every dark object is made light j
hy them, and every tear et sorrow is I
brushed awar. hen the heart is 1
sad, and despondency sits- at the en-
trnn nf tbKonl a trlHiPo- lrh,dnca
i . . t ..I
u.ivca uway uespair ami masts IOC
path cheerful and pleasant.
Hoe-buck's fattvvell ppeech to the
Sheffield electors was quite pathetic.
Their decision, ho said, was final to
him as he wr.s too old to await the
oi time, which he knew
IICW TO HAVE LOCALS.
Local news makes a paper interest
ing, both at home and abroad. But
it IS impossible for n.Il editor tO Ot- !
tain all the news, if he is ever so I
' " j
wakeful and observant. There are i
' . . i
many Other duties an editor IS. Called i
upon to perform besides obtaining j
news. He has to be SUpervis-Or Of i
the whOte concern, particularly if he j
is also' publisher. He has to look j
after the interests of the paper in a j
1 1 j
thousand and on w.ivr To edit, a '
, , . . i .i
Success! Ui paper is r-0 sinecure berth.
He has to obtain competent printers, I
and look out for their remuneration.
He has to obtoiu paper and materi-
olo f,.r- Un ,t;r, ,-,f iha i
i i punishable for the att ol emigration itself,
work. He has to attend repairs, j not even though at a later day he should
, i have lost his adopted citizenshi).
canvass for advertisements and sab j ;J. jviatinj to artiric four of the treat;.
.;u.. ,-n.,.f tUa .Mn- tlo 1. It is agreed on both sides tlwt tho rejyu-
scubers, and collect the pay . j Iative p,, arillJtc.i to the two goveTn-
has to niftke selections from Other ments respectively, by their laws for protec
. ill i tion against resident aliens, whose residence
papei'6, write editorials, and lOOk Over j (.ndan-ers peace and order in the html, are
and re-write commmiicatiojis sent.
He needs to be Argus-eyed and
Criareus handed. How, then, can he
obtain local news, with all his other
duties ? He should be helped by the
community. Uero are Clergymen ;
let them give ns the local items cou-
ne(.teJ with their Churches and con
. . -
ixregations. Here are physicians
c 1 -
let them drop us a word about the
health or sickness of the community.
Here are farmers ; let them give ns
the nt v.-s respecting crops, weather,
etc. Here arc
the river men ; let
them give us the news
navigation, tides, shipwrecks and
tnariue accidents. Here are hotel
keepers ; let them give a sketch of
incidents, or a list of arrivals at their
hotels. Here are gay voun-i men : i
, , , j
ici on in ivcci in iusiuu u i on ua if,
parties, etc. Here ate tenrhers : let j
them give us facts concerning schools.
Here is the military ; let them furnish
us with facts they wish made public.
How much better for persons to
spend a few hours in writing facts,
not fancies, for the newspaper, than
loafing about some street corner, and
talking insipid twaddle. Spme ob
ject to writing because they cannot
write or compose well. That is the
most immaterial part. Give us the
facts, we will do the spelling and
punctuation. Give correct dates,
names, places, and incidents, and we
will dress them up. Don't abstain
from writing because you cannot spell
every word correctly. The fuels are
what is desired. Iicaisicr.
U:it of the Unite,
n-j the p
St, tlrs of
Whereas a treaty concerning the citizen
ship of emigrants between the. United States
! oi America and Ins .Majesty the IviUL: ot
Bavaria, was concluded ami signed by their
respective plenipotentiaries at Munich, on
ttic 2oth day of May, ly;S. which treaty, be
ing in the English and German languages, is
word for word as follows :
His Majesty the King of Bavaria and the
President of the United States 4' Anferica.
led bv the wish to regulate the citizenship of
those per.-ons who enngr;j
to from Bavai ia to
the United States of America, and from tne
United States of America to the territory of
the kingdom of .Bavaria, have resolved to
j treat on this subject, and have, for that pur
I pose, appointed pienip 'tentianes toe oieimle
come, or shall become, naturalized citizens of !
t!"-' .United State
of America, and shall have :
resided uninterruptedly within the United
otiites Ivr live vears, snail be in
ei." ly,-'? i
a s,ul1 oe
varia to be American citizens, ar
ireateit as suco.
lteeiproeailv : Citizens of 'he United States j
of America who have become, or si all lie- !
come, mituraliztd citizens of Bavaria, and :
sliall Lave resided unmlerruptedlv within j
Bavaria five years, shai! be held by th- Uni- ;
ted Stares to be Bavarian citizens! and shall '
be t.ieated as such. ;
The declaration ,,f an intention to become !
a CO iz.cn cf the one or the other country has j
not for either party the eil'ect ot natura'iiza- I
Akt. 2. A naturalized citizen of the one !
-.a:tv on return to the territory of the other i
party remains liable to trial ami punishment ':
for an uction nnnishabie bv the I-,,,. ,.t' i-.:.. I
I otiguiiii couutr. , and conmiitted lietori
i emigration, savin a wr.i ti,..
m, saving alwavs the limitation .w.
tii Wished by the laws of his ork-imil count rv
or any titber iemis-ion of lhi
.bility to n uui
A nr. ?,. Tli eonvetifion for the mutual t
liverv ot ciumnais. fugitives from iustice, in
certain cas.s, e-.ncluded b. tw-.-n the United i
States, on the one part, and Bavaria, on'ihe
other part, the twelfth day of September !
one thousand eight hundred and tiftv-thnV i
remains in force without change. " ' '
A nr. 4. It a i.avarian, na'urd:zet
America, renews his resilience m lh
witiiont the intent to return to Ai
shall be held to have r-n.-,,
ization in the United States. J
li an .American, iiiiin r.n;ru in lux varia I e ;
f w;tlinilt,.u, inti,nt io rct:,ril to t ,,, ; V i
j shall be b"ld to have renounced hi. natural-
I ization in havana. lite intent not to return
I miv beheld to exist when the person mat a-
j rallr-rd in the one country resides more than :
two years in the other country. j
! Aur. a. The present convention shall go
' into effect immediately on the exchange of
J ratiiieations. and shad continue in Jorce fir
ten vears. It neit i'.er part v s;i;ill have given :
to the other six months' prcvio is notice of1
its intention then to terminate the same, it
shall further remain in fuce until the end;
of twelve months after either of the con- j
tractimg parties shall have given nofico to
the other of such intention.
A rt. H The present conrntioti shall be j
ratiiied l.v his Majesty the King of Bavaria !
bv tf, President of the United Stales. !
nd with th ad vie and consent of the
Senate of the United States, and therati:
ishAI,.. ..1.1 ill.,!. l..A.. -i
Dn JT r0 p11Kri V0N YOLDEIIXDOBFJ..
Done ai Munidt, the Hth Mmi. I'sftR
The undersigned met to-day losigu the
i m-orr atrree.t upn in contormiry wnl, teir
--i-"--"- - " ivijiii io uie fin
eutsred in the folbwing protocol :
inejirxt artlc of Hi? trmf.-.
1. Inasmuch as the conuiativa 'a"cr'
made use of, it fcdKv.vs, of cearse, that not
tlio naturahsjtioa nlonr-, but a additional !
7.ensuiD et those persons who cmii-r-eu fvm : .
Bavaria to the United States of W.rii I !lriri? ''"'" 1!S "nal accounts and prayer
and from the United States of America "to ! r'r H"11,5 pfcllkn!ei11' 11 va ordered ly tne
Bavaria; on winch- occasion the foilawmg ! Yf) 5-fA v . f,r , ,inf rrPf,r!nr
observations, more exactly .lefinin- and ex- I J ?' "'Pf r.BIAF
t ....... . - 'm t-x lv.s' be aouoiated as tne day lor the settle-
i p.a'iiii! i-iit cou.eus oi lois treatv
quired, before a person can be regarded as
coming within the treaty; but if is by no
means requisite that the five years' residence
should take place after the naturalization.
It is hereby further understood that it' a 15a-
ruin indigenate, or on the other side, if an
",!nf" htas btea .di!ard fT"
American citizenship m the manner legally
prescribed by the government of Ins original
country, and then acquires naturalization in
the other country in a rightful and perfectly
P?-"1 naturalized shall from the moment
of his naturalization be held and treated as
a Bavarian, and reciprocally as an American
ClT ho words res5len uninterruptedly"
ar obviously to be understood, not of a.
continued bodily presence, out m the legal
wif. n.l therefore a transient absence, rf
i journey, or the like, bv no means interrupts ,
rtll0 pt.;.iofl 0nh-e years contemplated by the j
'J. J2elathur to the second article of the treat?.
1. It is expressly agreed, that a person
who, under the first- article, is to be held as
an adopted citizen of the other state, on his
return to his oritriual country cannot be mad
not atlected by the treaty. In particular the
regulation contained in the second clause of
the tenth a! tide of the Bavarian military law
of the 30th of January, lsos, according to
which. Bavarians emigrating front Bavaria,
before the fulfilment of their military duty
cannot be admitted to a permanent residence
in the laud till they shad have become "2
years old, is not affected by the treaty. But
yet it is established and agreed, thntbv the 1
expression "permanent residence" used in j
the said article, the nhove described end- f
grants are not forbidden to undertake a i
journey to Bavaria for a less period of time !
and for definite purposes, and the roval j
Bavarian 'ivenimcut moreover cheerfully I
declares itself ready, in all cases in which j
the emigration has plainly taken place in
cood faith, to allow a mild' rule in practice i
to oe aoopieu.
s hereby agreed thai when a
J'lan naturalized in A meriea and reciprocally
an American naturalized ki Bavaria takes
up his abode once more in his original
! country without the intention of return to j
j the country of his adoption, he does by no j
j means thereby reeoverhis former citia-n- j
i ship ; on the contrary, in so far as it relates j
to Bavaria, it depends ou his Majesty, the :
! King, whether he will or will not in that i
i event, grant toe bavarian cit:.cn!n) sinew.
1 The article fourth shall accordingly have
"lv t,,is meaning, that the adopted country
ot the emigrant cannot prevent him lroiu
aeouiniisr once more ins lormcr citiensiiin
but not that 11
lomi u.'TOi"i..iiHl.,..,., I,,,,-,- ..,,! , t nerea.-ei T.atrollU''t
oritiinallv beionwit is bound to restore him 1
j at once to his original relation.
On the contrary, tu2 citizen naiur i ized
i aoroau musi ur.-t. appiy 10 oe recen eu "uc.v ;
into tits original country ui tne
scribed by its laws and rfiiulalioits. and J
n; ust a c.iu 1 re citizenship anew
.1.. 1:1. . 1
auv other alien.
But yet it is left to bis own free choice,
whether he will adopt that, course or will
preserve the citizetishin of the country of. ;
The two plenipotentiaries rive each other
.mutually the a;surav.ee that their respective
. to ;,, v., ,,,,
j j'M M Jlli 1H LIU I ) I1 lilt." I II..1I I V.lll
i also regard as approved and will maintain
j the agreements :uel explanations contained
! in the present protocol, without any further
tormal ralilication u toe sam.
jsr-.AL.l GKeHUH-: BANCROFT.
And whereas the said treaty has been du'y
ratiliedon both jiarts, and t tie -espective
ratiiieations woic exchanged at Munich the
1 vth day of September last :
Now, therefore, '"0 it known that T, An
drew .Johnson, President of the United i
States of America, have caused the said j
treaty to be made public, to the end that
the same and every clause and article ther?- !
of may be observed find fulfilled with good j
laith bv the L. nited States and toe citizens
Jn witness whereof. T haw
mv hand and caused the fu
of the United
States to be ailixed.
Done in the city of "SVashinctnii, this Sth
dav of October, in the year of i ur Lord one
thousand eiijht hundred and s:xt--eight,aml
of t lie independence of the L nited States the
Ski.. ! AXDRUAV JOBNSOX.
By the President :
Willi m II. Skwa'ui.
Secretary of Mate.
i All ci'izens of Oregon 'who desire
! to inform their friends in the old States of
J the condition ami progress of this State.
I can have no more complete and compro
I hensive volume nf facts to sondthem than
by subscribing for this journal, and liav-
iiig us mail it weekly to their friends. o
j mail it us directed. For S5 M paid in :ol-
vance, we mail'two eopii.-s of the Kxtkk-
r::isK otie year. Send ihe ;
in !!j Kast.
Out; copy one year
Two copies one year. . .
J-'our (spies, six months.
Uig'it copies, throe moot
aper to friends
01 PI-y 1"
and giving the locality in which they are
published a vopnbuion abroad, benefit all. j
particularly if tliev are nierchatits or real !
1 1 W !
r.-. thrice the amount yearly of j
e sum they pay for tuoir support, i.e
..vi-rv Ktdi-ited citienhesa landabio
do in ha ving a paper of wi
-hauled. ''Veil flnuigh
s 1 1 o
up in New York ur Washington'. A good
looking, thriving, lire newspaper helps to
pell Tironert v. gives charader to the lo-
I cality. and in ;Ul respects is a desirable
! jmblic convenience. 11, from any cause,
! the matter in the local or editorial columns
, .should not be onite up to your standard.
: do not cast it a.-ide and pronounce it of no
! account, until yon are sati.-Iied that tiiei'i"
i h is been io more labor bestowed upon it
than is paid for. If you want a good ivad
i r.ble sheet, it must be supported. The
S local press is the power that mov es the
j people. ":
."'I lilt uomali IVelge So. J, . I- . iiixi
Zt. Holds its regular eoninmni
ious on the J'irxi find Tiiird Ssit
?'v m each montii, at 7 o'clock,
I ! Ol' S,.tel'li."T' ti. tin. -i.ltli ot
ir.ren, and , .;, o eloeK from me v.
to ihe J- ,rh of September. Brethren m good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of V.. M.
0;g!i Lo!gv. .Vu. ;, 1. 4). uf O. F.--
.uecrs every eunesila- even-
-s'.-CiS.-- - .
-. a mg 3t
o'clock, ia Mu.-onic Hail,
' .lain street.
Members of the Order ar,' irvited to ottonrl
D.M IN ISTR ATOE'S N OTICK
I'st.ite of Urederick Charnmn, deceased.
Notice is lu-rcby given Ly the mulct signed
a-.im'.nistr.itor df the above named estate, to
the creditors of, and a!! persons having
claims agairst the suid Frederick Charm aH
di-ceaseu, imitviduailv or ai-aiiist the lutctirm
i of Ciuii
lan .t Brother, fo'prescnt the same,
proper vouehers within siX montiis
and A. I). ARTllfli H'-U.'T.R
Administrator of the Estate of Bred.: rick
Charman, deceased. (f".."t
?INAL S E TTL E JN 1 E 2s T.
f:i the County Court of Claefcania County,
State of Orrg.-m: lu the matter of the estate
of JAMBS BiCHOIU), Deceased.
SanisKd .d.der, ndmimst rater of said estate,
! ment of the accounts, of said aduiini.stra.orr
at which tune persons L.'erested can ap-
pear and L.e tia-ir
obiect-.o.ii. if tliey have
nsy. By order of th
Att Jit :
ri.m. V. T. .stlock,
J. T FBAZF.B.
XIV OREGON CITY.
THE ly. T. COMPANY'S STEAMERS, AND THOSE OF
THE OPPOSITION LINES,
ARE STILL RUNNING, IN ADDITION TO WHICH
WE WILL SOON HAVE THE RAILWAY CARS. ALL of WHICH
WILL CONTINUE TO BRING THE LATEST STYLES OF
GOODS, AND THE BEST QUALITIES TO ACKEUMaN,
AT THE OLD STAND, MAIN St., OREGON CITY.
I DESIRE TO SAY TO THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE
ONE OF THE QOMPETEST STOCKS OF FALL AND WINTER
GOODS EVER BROUGHT TO THE MARKET, WHICH I AM
SELLING AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST !
I will say, COME G2XE, COME ALL, and satisfy yourselves that it is so. I have
received oms of the largest stocks ever brought to this market, anticipating a brisk fall
trade, and I am determined that the goods shall bo sold. My stock consists in part
of a line assortment of
LA'DIliS DR!;3 GOODS. BALMORALS, FURS of various descriptions ;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sacks ;
KID (JLOVES, best quality ;
1 1 OS I K BY:
BROWX AX!) BLEACHED MUSLIN?, all widths:
LOOTS AND SHOES ; HATS AND CAl'S ; CLOTHING;
FINE BLACK DI.'ESS SUITS ;
CASS I M Ell E SUITS ;
SUBEB K Hi BEAVER SUITS :
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities.
,f:?r A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all on the most reasonable terms.
Also a large stock of Cents Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
At tliaruiuu ci AVarrncr' 11 Stantl.
All kinds of I'roduce Bought.- -tr-RAGS WANTED.
HOTELS. RESTAURANTS. &c.
ITU t fill.Tl! IKll
Nos. i :
ind 1 .;'" Front street,
1 ' 0 1 IT L A N 1 ) , K K 0 O N .
R ED V CRD HA TES !
The. undersigned having taken this -veil-
uiu hue,.'?, solicit increa.-eu
......, .1,.. ,.i.i-. Tin. ilnn liiis
iWlv b-'en reliUe and the proprietors are
. ll(,,v-.,b!e to o!rt.r additional mdueemeitfs to
!,;,. .,..tl.,H The table will be turmslie
,,.;(k t,s,, m-.i-L.-t nH'ortls. and he under
.i... :,,,' ennervi-inn of the oroorietors
. .. 1 1 .
Rooms well furnished and wgII ventilated.
A large iire-jiroof sate for the deposit of
valuables. Bag'-ae taken to the hotel free
of charge. Board per week ,f ." oo
Board and lodging " to s i.mj
1 Acconling to the room occupied.) j
Nothing will be left undone, which is in j
the power of the nroprietors to render guests i
comfortable. L Y ONS, LBON A H D Co.. j
v'1.1; ; Proprietor, !
j QUKCION HOUSE.
KST BI.!S!1K1 1 S.,(.
JACOB B0EIIM, Proprietor.
Main Street. Oregon City.
Prices at the above house are as follows :
Board and Bodging week...
without I .odging
" a id Bodging j day. . .
. 1 00
. 1 00
: S SOU I.U '
JOHN SCHADE, Proprietor.
is now prepared to receive and entertain
ail who ioav favor bun with their patron-
so huuse is
new and the rooms art
ly -nd neatly furnished. rl
-uiiiiiieil with ail the deli
icies oi t he
season. 1 ne i
rase is situated near tic
. The proprietor will a; all
to give entire satisfaction
t linos endeav or
who mav tavor him with a call, and
II, .11, U
uld respect folly solicit, the patronage of
tie' traveling public.
Board -er week. . .
Bard and lodging
Singh-, meals. .". . .
. 0 "o
A 1 E 1 1 1 C A X E X C I r A XGE.
L" (Tiie LTXCOLX JIOl'SE.
A'u. Si 1 iiiiij sii-c'l, l'lirlliimlOrfgon.
L. V. W. tUJMBY. IMmi-iiiKToi:.
L'tie of li esiern Hotel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
State, new'iv furnished, and it will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comfortable. The Baggage Vvagon will al
ways be found at the iand'iig on the arrival
of steamships and river boats, carrying bag
gage to the house free of charge
15" The underMgned respectfully an
nounce that havmcr Tuirchased this widely
nown iiu weil Kept,
they are now
...... ....(.. . I I,-. f. -II' tlH.i.I'llir III I 111 I II I Hi .1 I M HI
to the traveling public at irreauy reoueeu
prices. This hotel is located nearest the j
t,tr;i mboat landings. ;
The hotel coach will be in attendance to i
convev passengers to anu Hum me nuuse
free of charge.
"V. It. SlAVABB, GEO. B. COOK.
Corner of Virst tuid Morrison streets.
Tli? best and most comfortable Hotel in the
State, where every want is anticipated,
and cheerfully supplied. Warm aud
cold Baths attached to the House. j
This Hotel is located near the steamship j
Banding. The Hotel Coach will be in at- ;
tendance at all the Bandings, to convey j
passengers and baggage to and from the j
Louse free of chart e.
JON II C. DOKCV,
SA-ML'KL I). HOLMES, j
x; jf Proprietor, j
MAIN STREET, Oregon City.
The Fashion Saloon is now well sup
pVied with every celebrated brand of Ales,
Wines and Liquors in use, together with a
choice lot, of cigars, to which the attention ot
the public is diiected.
Two excellent Billiard tables, for the
accommodation of patrons.
g HADES SAEOOX.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
31ALY STUEET, OregsnCity.
t The above named popular re--w
,rit has been thoroughly renovat
ed and repaired during the past season and is
now open' to ihe jmblic. fully complete in all
its appointmeis. Two of the
B it BILLIARD TABLES in QRLG02X
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T H E B A R 1 S A l lPLlt;i
- ., , 7 i:t; ,xf t . oni Jiaviug purciias-ea tne ar.ove isrewery wisri
TV,th ad the c oicest qua Mk f J- V1" w to infSrln the public th.t he is now ptepar
Cgars. Scotcn Irili and bo . bou already mauufafturft a Xo. , qilalit of 1 1
famous, for hot W luskies and ranch. I4GEJI BEFt
AS- Families supplied. Ag ffood as CR'- obtained anywhere in th
HO T COFFEE AXD O VST EE ft.
At all hours lor the convenience of patrons.
ELY IDE RE SALOON.
Messrs. Jai?ies Mann t Jf. Brown,
Ha viug associated themselves together under
the linn name of MANN & BKOWN, give
notioe to the public that they fehali spare no
expen-e nor cilort to make tae BBLV1DERE
a popular place f resort.
FHEE lArXTCH DAILY,
And f!ie very best qualities of Wines. Liquors
i sua vigors.
j Pigi Feet," Tripe, -It
1 utid siar-Jiuea cuastar.'Jv ca
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
BREAD. CRACKERS. CAKES. I'lES,
G ROCERI IIS, CONFECTIONERY.
iew Firm !
Diller & Miller !
Proprietors of the long established
"West Side Iain Strttt,
Oregon City Oregon.
Talc ensure, in slating to fte. -public
th-Jl Hi' y hare, formed a c.nj)ar'mer'
niij) for the purjw.se of better
Accommodating their Patrons!
And thrit they will continve the. Mann
fad ii.re. of Bread, Piex, Cakes,
Boston, Itiitter, Sunr and
Soda Crackers, Ac. -c.
OUR' STOCK OF GHOCERIES,
lias been Bovbhj Increased bri fhis
changt , aid trill, be kejit cnmj)letc
lit Bvery Department:
Goods will be Delivered in the City,
Free of expense f" purchasers, and or-
der st from a distance will be ca refnbj
Jit led and promptly di'spj'Xtched.
, TTTQ Cr.11 oc fVlOT, or. tlir, Ptmnn.t- t
i vs vucawk .
Cull. J-J.rami.ne, avd 1 HI C E our slock
Before. I'urchasing Bllscich'ere.
The hicjhexf. Cask prices paid for coun
B. PI BLEU.
A. V. Ml BEER.
O K E G O X
,c -) :.' v!
. ..-.its - '
FIR SI STREET, PORTLAND,
I JJet. IVaskivv ton and Stark sts.
j 51 A N l.'V ACT t'lt Kit OK
Abb KIXDSlANI) QUALITIES OF
BEE AD, CAKES AND PASTRY
j "Will always be sold below San Franciscc
I prices. All eiders promptly ato mled to.
: oi; boon bki:ky.
Firt ., J'eo-toiiid. Offon.
KAST & CAHALIZSr.
ITew Stock of Boots and Shoes
Best Selection in the City !
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Benkert's, Tim-H's, Fogg's,
Houghton k Coolidge's, Heed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of gents' aud boys'
wear. Also Mile's, Sieberlich's, Burt's,
Sau Francisco jiud custom-made ladies aud
Our customers and the public in general
are invited to call and examiu out stock,
which wc will sell cheaper than ever.
B. S. Boots made to order, and an assort
ment of our make constantly ou baud.
JJliiladelj-)hia Bool and Shoe Store,
112 Ftont Street, opposite Barman Bros.,
IIEXRY IIU I1BEL,
Having purchased the above Brewery wish-
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
I jVl'ElU'UlSK AKKET !
TO GET YOUIf 3WXEYS WORTH.
Straight & Hunsaker Proprietors,
PKecp constantly on hand on assortment
f Corned and ftrsh ?jcata.. Lard, Butter,
Lgg-j, l ruits aad Vegetables.
IMPORTATIONS ! !
Just received and placed in the wareroems,
HUBGREM & SHINOLER !
1GG, 1GS, 170, 173
Eirst street, corner of Salmon,
PARLOR SETS IX TERRY,
IS PLUSH, AND IX HAIR-CLOTH.
New Ornamental Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment f
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
Lounges and Spring beds.
figy The trade sv-pplied with goods
in original packages, on reasonable
HUUGKEX & SIIIXDLEIt.
I. 3P. Jones Co.,
rrp STEAM COFFEE,
And FAMILY GROCERY STORE,
Corner Second and jtfain Streets,
KIT Are prepared to supply tlieir cii'tomers
with the l'urot ntirt tr.-shet CtlFFEE and
.SPICES FOR FAMILY USE.
Ground C-nflee is always he.-t when FP.ESII,
and the public are invited to try our articles
instead of purchasing old and stale importation
Particular Attention Given to the
Orders from dealer throughout the
city and county respectfully solicited, aud
they will receive immediate attention.
J. F. JONES .t Co.
OIL - CLOTHS,
LACE - CURTAINS, &c., &c.
We Would, Call the attention of par
tits filing n p houses, or being in
iucd of any! hi rig in our line
To cur .Stock, ivhich is
OXE OF THE COMPLETF.ST
On the Cojasi!
Our Goods being specially selected at
the Eactorie in Englund and the
Eastern States, we can stll'
AT THE LOWEST
No. f. Front street, betw een Alder
and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
L. A. GODAItt).
J. It. LAKE.
CODARO & LAKE.
Nos. 114 and 11G Second sr,
for. Alorrison, Portland.
Having Bought out nnd Refitted
BEXXETT tfc WHITE
Li very, Sale and Feed Stable
Are no-.v prepared to receive nil the old
customers, and as many new patrons as niav
see fit to give us a call, we will give
Iarlicular attention to Ear mers stock !
Wc are satisfied that we can frive entire
satisfaction to our friends and the public
and we shall do so,
OL'R LIVERY IS ALL NEW ! '
1IOTH AS TO
carriages and- horses !
And we shall take pride in turning out ns
nice an outlit as any establishment on the
coast for the same money.
gr will also be prepared to buy all
the good horses that come to tins market, at
better prices than any one else can pay, as
we have a connection below superior to any
other parties in Sau Francisco, in this hn
of business J0DAR1) &. LAKE.
FLDIBIXG, (US & STEAM
No. 110 Fimt Sreet Portland
Hot. Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washslands,
Sheet Lead and Block Tin,
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES. ELBOWS, R ETURX R EXDL
- X IP I'LES, P.USIILXGS, d-e..,
for Stvam, Witter and Oa.
Scotch Tubes, Water (Juages, Whistles
Tallon Pumps, Steam fJuasea, (Jlobe,
Augle, and Check Valve's, Ouage
Cocks, Air Cocks, aud all kinds
ot lirass Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, &c.
Hotels, public building, and private resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens generally to call and ex
amine my stock, which has been selected
wit.n great care, and especial iitteiiUcn given
to tue KQtj iS lids XG:-kct.
C. H. 11 VERS.
CHAS. HODGE . .CHAS. K. CALEF . . GEO. W. S.VELL.
HODGE, CALEF & Co., ,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
lAEXSIIES, BRUSHES, PAIXTEES
Materials, ana Atrutrgint' Sundries.
97 Front Street,
JJILDBUHGII, BROS., L Co.
J"). IT. HIBDBLRO.II, )
LOL'IS E1NSTKIN. Portland.
L. HI LUiiURG 11 , Mm Francisco.
Importers and IVhulexale Jtealerx in
All Kinds of Colusa cs !
Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Hum, Gin, Domestic Liquors, Wines,
(C'C, eye. c$-c.
PORTLAXD Opposite Failings, Front
Sucet, next door to A. 11. liichardson's.
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S, J. M'GORMICK,
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as many new ones as rimy
not be acquainted witti the fact) that be still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland.
(exactly otposite mount hood)
Where be is prepared to furnish
IXSTEUCTIOX BOOKS for all kinds of
CIH KCIl MCxlC 1SOOKS,
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
And every other article in the above line.
1857 I ESTABLISHED 1857
No. 90 First Street, Portland,
Wholesale and Retail Lea!er in Garden,
Grass and 'Flower Seeds !
eeds from this establishment
Are Warnmted Fresh
Poinestie Piied Fruits
f V,,reirn :iml 1 ),,icsi if.
Green Fruits :nd Vegetables.
Vefrotaoles and Fruit
Packed with care fur shipment.
XUTS Pea Nuts, Brazil Nuts, Wal Nuts,
Filberts and A'munds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of Choice
Groceries, bought expressly
Jar Eamilii Use.
t?. All of which is offered forCash'at cash
prices. Orders solicited.
No. ! First street. Portland Oregon.
B. L. STOITI
Adjusted and Repaired in the best
Manner, and Warranted.
No. Ill Front st., Portland.
! MAKE lOi'Il MOMES
HOW CAN WE DO IT?
Shanalian & Oo.'s
O- ILi 1L, K. Y !
One door south from the corner of First and
.Morrison streets, near the Western,
Af? buy a fete of those Lovely Pic
turcs, which tcill furnish your
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS JN
FINE ENGRA VINGS,
rnim FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
L of Engravings, Crotuos, Plain und col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before offered
in this market, just recei. ed and for saitt at
GPJEATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Views of Columbia River Scenery !
Constantly on hand.
A. O. WALLING 'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
id. !i AVashinglon Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety ot
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
Robinson &. Lake
WLL CONTINUE THE STOVE AND
Tia-ware trade as usul, at the est-ib-
1 ?" Er'. V.t tzrui SaJ-'f.vt
JOHN II. SCHRA'M. "
Manufacturer and Dealer in
TAain Street, Oregon City,
J63-Wishes to represent that he is now J;
w ell prepared to furnish any article in Lis
is the largest establishment in the State. 1
oarticulaily requests that an examination!
lis stock be made before buying elsewhere.
YV 5 L I 1 I'' 'V T E
JRON WORKS COMPANY L
(rjiw. North Frout aiid E st'
KLuii Portland. Oregon,
BOILER- BUI LDERS.
rpHESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON" t!,
I . bank of the river, one block north e:
Couch's Wharf, and hare facilities for turj
ing out machinery promptly und uilieientiv.
We have secured the services of Mr. Joiii
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose .
perience on tliis coast for fifteen years iv,.
him a thorough knowledge of the Tarioi:
liin-ls of lmieliiriei-r p-mh:ti.,1 f-- ,;..:..,.
milling purposes. We are prepared to ei?.""
cuve uiuers ior ail classes 01 machiuery aui
boder works, such us
MIN'ING AND STEAM 150 AT MACIIINF.Ut!
FLOCKING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QCAKTZ MILLS ! ! MINING rCMPS! !
&c, &:e., . ccc,
Man-ifurf tire and Rmeilr Macllnen of
l-iniU. 1ROX SHUTTER WORK'ni .C,
Erancifco cost and triloht. Wheeler d- lkn
daW Patent (Irimhr itn-.l AntulnamnKr
fii?ie,-rr'tt and SteV?.i' S'f AJ)ntin'n ''.','
Pinion Piud inij, elth-'r applttd tcull-l w ,
steam '' iiiKx. (J-fu tz StuiHjie-rs, Si,
d !., if the tiext hard iron.
CHANGE OF WAEIE !
JIEKCAUO c o.tip.t vr,
MERCADO k SKULLY.
Have been oblige.l, f .rtb'-'r
ot t.'ie pubic
name of thtir celebrateJ li.
ters to ,
California Wine Bitters,
We subjoin the following afTnlavit in a:
injunction suit formerly pending between M-t-cado
Si SeuHy plaintiffs, and G. A. Simon, de
fendant, P. Saini-evain, be duly iivniii.a;v
"''hut ih article knvicn a .S'.oV-'.:'. '
Californ ia Wine BUttr. teas nuf uf :!".-r-.
by .Mecca do fy Sr.tthj. about month ' X' n -l-SGl.
ivltho'.t th .-aid Sainseca i n BnS.--..
having any concern in the man efact'-r
of. TlinT dejii'Vfoi tiux miiv'iy kwv:., lu.
considered tairl 2Iercado if Scully tm Iht
Pmpr'o turn of the Sainstcaiue Ct;!ij' ...
Notwithstanding the above affidavit :1
said P. Saitiseva'me is putting up a cuaip-i;
under the name of Saiiiievaio's Wine
representing it to be the nine as our (!t ':::;.'
ed I.itterx, which we hav been maiiutdctcr
inc am! selling in immense ipnmtitie-i .-iPff
1 S0, and iilso afKxing anenily sitniiar lab::
to that u.-ed on our genuine Wine liilter!
Be nut ErCcirid . Si nd Miiin.u'i
-JSalice California Wine UiUis!
And 3-Dn will obtain the same popular t'tv '
age so favorably known sim e 160. 1I-'.'.'S
ot CoouterfeU. Piiiel.aeis of ourtt'ine Te
tcr are rerjiiested to ob.trve fh- f,rr,ii: ar '
yellow !ab , ar.il -.ee that tne Vi -)?)i M-ro-s
iV St nil a. Sin Franriseu, are engraved i-f .
Covennoetit stamp, pasted over the i:n;k''
each bottle. Tills is t!iK only tU-cluul setu;r;
u.iiust the counterfeit iiiiitutioiis.
DEl'OThm (ind .",(is J:,ekon street.
Franeiseo. J:.".iu M ELCA I ) i i
tTS" Offers to the citizens of Oregon .
I oiious Soured Pis-.' f-'eef. nut ui I'V 1:.
sell) hi hits to suit. Apulv at No.
mgton street, between I- irst and ecui:'
Country trade supplied in any C.-.
qiiauti;-. A liberal discotint to the ti.eir.
French fedicaS Office
Dr. JULIA X PEURA ULT,
Doctor of Medicine: of the En cully;
Paris, (I raduute of the Unietr
sity Queen's College, and
Physician of the St. John,
Baptiste Society of
Pit. Perravlt has the pleasure to ir!'
patients and others seeking eonlid:'
mcdieal advice, that he can be Consulte-i '
his etl'o-e, Armory Hull Building, Nuif:
corner Montgomery and Saciamento sire'
San FranCiseo. Rooms No. v,0n, 11.
floor, up staiis, entrance either on iloiJ
goniery or .Sacramento streets.
Pr. Perrai-lt's studies have been '
eAclusively devoted to. 1 he rmv -f t!o
ous forms of Nervous and Physical l)eb;.- '-!
the results of injurious habits acquired -youth,
w hich usually terminate in liiipi)!-"
and sterility, and permanently induce a!i -
eoncomitunts of old age. Where a secret
lirmiry exists, involving the happiness : -
life and ll-.at of nllif t rtr n u..,l i, i r"
uhfy dictate the necessity of its removal, '"
it is a lact that premature decline of
vigor of manhood, matt inionial utihapp i:"'
compulsory single hie. etc. .have tbeirsoi::
in causes, the germ of which is planted
early life, and the biiter fruit tasted ion2:'
terwards; patients, laboring under tins f-'
plaint, will complain of one or mor. f f'-
following symptoms: Nocturnal emi.-si
pains in the back and head, weakne
lU'inory and sight, dischui'ne from the
tha on going to stool, or making water, tl'
intellectual faculties are weakened, !'-"'
memory ensues, ideas are clouded. am1, tlk"
is a disinclination to attend to husincss.
even to reading, writing. or society of frier.''---etc.
The patient will probable cotnp'ain
dizziness, vertigo, and that 'the sight ar-J
hearing are wreakened, and sleep ''"
turrbed by dreams, melancholy, sigh"
palpitations, cfml.s ar.f" slow fever;
some have external rheumatic ptins, v
numbness of the body. Some of the i' "
common syirtptoms are pimples in the U.t:
nnA achinif in difierent parts of the bin."
Patient. surfei ing from this disease sli'' !i
apply inline. liateiv to Da. Perkai i.t, ei!:'l':
iii pet-sous or by letter, and he will guaras
tee a cure of seminal weakness in s;i t
Patients sufl'ering from renerial disw'f'
in anv stage, Gonorrhea Gleet, Sticti- '
Bub 'Ulcers, Cutaneous eruptions, etc..
be treated siiecessfidiy. All Syplnllitic a:;
Mecurial Taints entirely removed f ro'.u tu
svstem. . -c
Dr. Pkuraclt s diplomas are in his oii.;- r
where patients can see for themselves, 'n5:
they a' e under he care ot a regulaily educa5';
practitioner. The best references gita "
Patients suffering under chronic distfa-";
invite investigation ; claim not to fc';'
evervthing, nor to cure everybody, b i' r'
Co claim that m all cases taken under la
ment, we fulfill our promises. AVe pa:'''
larly request those w ho have tried this. b-
ed doctor, and that advertised physdjiau.-1.'
worn out ami discouraged, to call u'jt "V
Low charges and quick cures.
Ladies suffering from any complaint J"
dental to their sex, can consult the
with the assurance of relief.
I)r. Pkbb.i:lt is the oul v agent in C-'fi".'
nil Tur r i r? i n it k ri iiaii: uiijimoi i
Their immense sale lias . established ,3'
reputation as a female rcmeriy,. tiuap; '-
ed and tar in advance of every other rc"',, . ,
suppressions and irregularities, and V '
obstructions in females. On the recc iF
r,:!!.. m-ill ) ,o ci ni hr mail or !
to any part oftheworlcL secure from c yf
osity or damage.
I'ersomjat a distance can b'care(i.R
home bv uddressing a letter to Da. fvRR-
corner bf Sacramento and Montgomery
n 11 r- hnv !CI P. 0. !
v. c:itin..T f b rase as minutei
possible, goacral habits of living, ;
ti'jn, etc. '-''