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" The Woman's Kingdom,"
2Iiss Mulock's latest novel, idedU
fcated to'Mona ilargaret Paton, a
" little girl.'' A verse or two will
show the spirit pervading the whole
" Better to love than to be loved ;
Botterto aervei and serving guide,
Than wait, with idlo oars unproved,
And flapping sail -by ech breath -moved,
The turning $f life's solemn tide.
" Live, work, and love ; as Heaven assign.
r For "heaven, or man, thy sacred part ;
Ancestress of a noble line, ""
Or calm in maidenly ;
But keep till death the woman's heart."
Valuable Table. The foHowmg
table will be found valuable to many
of our readers :
A box twentyfour inches by six
teen inches square, anjl twenty-'efglit
inches deep, will contain a barrel.
A box twenty-six by ...fifteen -and a
half mches square, and eight inches
deep, will contain a bushel.
A box twelve inches by eleven end
a half inches quar, and nine- inches
I nrtt tr i hAnfqin KnTf I-,,- cb c.l
A box eHrhf by'eiKht inches squire,
and eight inches deepr will-cofitaiffli
neck. . - - ' ' 1 J z
A box eight
di t by em,bt inches square,
(Tone eigu CiT Inches deep,
and four an
will contain one gallon.
A box seven by eight inches square,
and four and op'eeigfrtffifclfes degj?,
will contain a haff gallon.
A box four bv four inches square,
and four and one"vfourth inches deep,
will contain aTpart.
EverytfnicrJIiiauiiiy can find
good use for the soot which is usually
so abundiM4rmii;heir stovepipes and
chimneys. Water well mixed with
soot will make a powerful liquid
manure, which will improve the
growth of flowers, garde rfJVegetads,
or root crops. In either liquid or
"solid state it makes an excellent top
dressing for "grass or cereal crops.
And the hint might with advantage
be heeded by our city gardeners and
Among the reports on the Paris
TjX posit ion is a chapter on a new
system of shoeing horses. Its inven
tor, M. Charlier, contends that the
present shoe destroys the horse's
foot, and substitutes for it an iron
band, let into a rectangular groove
scooped from the outer circle of the
horse's foot. This band is fastened
with seven rectangular naiks, driven
into holes. The sole of the foot and
the frog are thus allowed to touch
the ground, the horse never slips,and
never gets diseases of the foot. The
new shoe has been tried by M;'Lau
guet, a large jobmaster in Paris, and
has reduced the lameness in his
stables by two thirds. The Omnibus
Company, moreover, have shod. 12, 000
horses aud speak of the improvement
in high terms. Has any body ever
elearly explained why a" '3iotse can
travel on a stony desert as hard as
iron, and cannot travel on an English
road ? . . - '
It is said that the use of India
rubber covered mountings for harness
lias been almost wholly abandoned by
the best manufacturers, for the rea
son that when tue-'rabber conies in
contact with lealher the latter is sure
to rot and become worthless, a re
suit dangerous in the extreme, when
it is considered ..bat the rupture pi a
single strap in a harness-is not unfre
quently the cause of serious injury to
persons and property, and some times
the occasioo of a loss of life.
The Commissioner of Agriculture
lias completed arracgerhuts for ex
change of cereals, rare seeds, medici
nal aud other plants, with the gov
ernments of Austria, Prussia, China,
Japan, Guatemala aud British Hon
duras, the botanic gardcus of Mel
bourne, in Australia, and of Kew, in
England, the India" jMuseuni in Lon
don, and the Cape of Good Hope
A farmer in Vermont lost seven
sheep and one lamb by a neighbor's
dog. A resort to the law was had
for the attainment of damages. The
defense interposed the good character
of the doc, but the jury turned a deaf
car to it, and assesstd damages to
the amount of 502 50. Tliat jury
knew their duty and dared to do it;
A new kind of sponge has been'
invented, made from India rubber.
The imitation is said to be perfect in
appearance, but softer thau real
sponge, and its power of absorption
greater. It can also be shaped into
any required form.
A French writer has propound
cd'an entirely new theory of sound:
lie assures us that the velocity of
sound varies according to the following-rates:
Praise3 attarirr a speed of
1500 metres (a metre is about 3 feet
3-mches) per second. Flattery is still
more rapid, 1800 per second: good
advice only 15 metres, and bad ad
vice 1250 metres per second; .merited
reproaches,- 20 metres; slander, which
is fleeter than the wiud,' is 2000; per
second; falsehood traveling with the
same speed, 2000; while truth and
appeals to charity oDly attain 2- me
trcs-each per second.
The conscience of a child, re
marks a writer upon the training of
children, may easily be wori out
both by too much pressure and, by
over stimulation. ;"
Two Iri.menT,hivihg" traveled
on foot from"13toester to Barnet, were
much tired, jyith their journey ; and
the more "sowhen ttiey were Jold
they had still about ten miles.JJi Lon
don. " Ev mv sowl cries one of
them, " it's but five miles.anpiece, let
us e'en walk on."
The introd action 'of Paris fafh
rajis would prove a cure for polygamy
in TJtah. Not a w saint" in Mor
mondom would long stick to his
harem if he bad to pay the dress
maker's and milliner's bills, for "a dozen
or twenty wives.
Mothers sometimes" feel
their little ones are in the
are tempted, in busy moments, to
thrust 'tbm rudely aside. Let such
check the harsh word and stay the
hasty Jiiitfd, lest they bitterly regret
their 'ifioughtless anger,- as 'did one
rafetheivShe had prepared sdme
flour fofbaking, and left it a moment,
when her little Mary, with childish
atuiositvJ.tMbiiiCfcr of.sthe Slteh and
spilled the contents. hef mother
struck the child a sereblow, saying
that she was always in th0 wav ! Two
weeB'jiftr Sftti&Stfily sickened and
dietl-3fflSberd3th-bed. while de-
lirioii;''lt1r'S&-ked her mother if there
would b&fo6m for her among the
armcls f '1 was always in your
little Mary !
angels' way ? Will thel&e fee no room
for "ifijl' Jk broken-hearted mother
then felt thaVuo sacrifice AvifeTttbaJe
bo&n toogrpat could she have saved
her child. . ' .
' ' official V
Laws of the United States,
PASSED AT TUIi THIRD SESSION- OF THE
No. 3. An act authorizing the admis
sion in evidence of copies of certain pa
pers, documents, and entries.
He it enacted by Ike Senate and ITouxe of Hep-
reentiUvtx J the L nited itatt of America
in Coinjrexx unn rubied.
That copies of all official papers and
documents belonging to and tiled or re
maining in the office of any consul, vice
consul, or commercial agent of the United
States, and of all official entries in the
books or records of any such office, shall,
when certified under the hand and official
seal of the proper consul, vice consul, or
commercial agent, be admissible in evi
dence in all' "She courts ct the United
Approved, January &, 1809.
No. 1. An act to repeal certain pro
visions of section six of an act entitled
An act making appropriations for the
support of the armv for the year ending
June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty
eight, and for otheV purposes," approved
March secoud, eighteen hundred and sixty
Be it tnceUd ly the Senate ari Ifovfe of Jlep
?;esentdtices if thi United States oj ' Auieriea,
in. Cuniirrsn axi mhled J 1 --
That section six of Hie act entitled '' An
act making appropriations for the support
of the army for the, year eading Jflne thir
tieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight,
and for other purposes,- approved" March
second, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven,
so far as the same is applicable to the
States of North Carolina, South Carolina,
! lorida.Alubuuia. and Louisiana, is hereby
Approved, January 11. 18Gf).
No. 3. Joint resolution explanatory of
the, act to create an additional land office
in the State of Minnesota, approved July
tvrchty-flf'th, eighteen hundred andsixtj
eight. - , .
He it rc-ivlced by the Senate and Home of
IU prentn tat ice ef the United States of
America in Congress asstrnblud,
That the. limits, of the land district as
designated in the act entitled " An act to
create au additional land district in the
State of MinuofoaI approved July
twonty-Jifth. eighteen huhdrivl nn sixty
eight, to wit : " all that part of tho north
western land district which lies north of
township number one huudrutj.anwenty
four north" ami west of rango number
thirty-five west rf the fifth principal mer
idian,''' shall lie construed tot embrace all
tho lands north of township one lnrttdred
unl twenty.fofir and west'of said rango
thirty-fiver , . ' '
Approved, Jauuary 11,-18(19. - .
. PACIFIC MAI J;
F3ew York, Japan &. China,
Will be dispatched as follows :
Leave wharf corner of 1 irst and Brannan
streets, at 11 o'clock a. m. of the following
dates, for Panama, connecting via. Panama
H. 11: with one of the company's sjdwndid
steamers from Aspinwall for New York, on
Tlic OtI, 11 IH, 2:4tl Mini 30i.Ii,
O F EA CH M O N T II!
Steamers leaving SauFrancisco on the 14th
and 30th touch at Manzanillo. All touch at
Acapuleo. - Departure of the 6th connects
With Errglish steamer aud Australia. Depart
ure of the llth' is expected to connect with
the French Trans-Atlantic. Co.'s steamer for
St. Nazaire, and English steamer for South
America. Through tickets can be obtained.
Departure of 11th is expected to connect
with English steamer for Southampton, South
America, and 1. 11 It: Co.'s steamer for Cen
tral America. Through tickets can be had.-
Passengers berthed through. Bag.
gage checked through. 100 lbs. allowed to
each adult. An experienced surgeon on
board. Medicine and attendance free.
IVfese steamers will positively sail at H
o'clock. Passengers are requested to have
their baggage on board before teu o'clock.
Through tickets to Liverpool by the
C-'.uiard, Inman and National steamship lines
can be obtained at the P. M. S.S: Co.'s olhee
in San Francisco, where may also be obtained
orders for passage from Liverpool or South
ampton to San i raneisco either via New!
Vork or St. Thomas-if desired an amount j
of 10 or A) will be advanc-.nl with the
above orders. Holders of orders will be re'
u.red to identify themselves to the Aeuts-i
For merchandise and freight for New York-1
and way ports, apply to Wells, Fargo & Co. !
Notreigbt received after 2 r. m. of the
uar prior to departure.
For passage and all other information, ap
ply at the P. M. S.S: Co.'s office, corner of
Sacramento and Leidesdoi ft sts.
OLIVER ELDKIDGE, Agent.
m '-ifflfiiii1 ?.
TTV OREGON CTX
THE I T. COMPANY'S
ARE STILL RUNNING, IN ADDITION TO WI11CII
WE WILL SOON HAVE THE RAILWAY. CARS, ALL of WHICH
WILL COISTINUE- TO t BRING THE LATEST STYLES OF.
GOODS, AND THE BEST QUALITIES TO AOKERMAN,
AT THE OLD STAND, MAIN Sr., OREGON CITY.
. ; o - ' -
I DESIRE TO -SAY TO THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE
OP THE COMPETES!' STOCKS Or FALL AND VYIliai
GOODS EVER BROUnjITTO THE MARKET, WHICH I AM
SELLING AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST !
I will say, COME ONE; COME ALL, and satisfy yourselves flint it ia so. I have
rece ived on of the largest stacks ever brought o this market, anticipating a brisk fall
trade, and I am determined that the goods shall be sold. My stoc consists in part
of a fine assortment of ...
LADIES DRESS GOODS. BAIAIORATS. FURS of various descriptions ;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and
KID GLOVES, best quality
BROWN AND BLEACHED
BOOTS AND SHOES ; HATS AND CAPS ; CLOTHING ;
FINE BLACK DRESS SUITS ; .
CASSIM ERE- SUITS-; -- ' '
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS "
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTH ING:all size? ami qualities. - '
j&3 A SUIT THATiVy ILL Spl jf ANYBODY alt on tho most reasonable terms.
Also ft larace stockof fUnitif Vifrnihing Goods." '
GROCERIES A well selected assoftnient.
At C'liu'ruiaii t'i Atamcr's nl(l Stand.
ZtS- All kinds of Prodtvee Be-uffht.-SS-tF. EAGS WANTED.
SPE CIA L Nd'TlCES:
JliiltiiomaU Lodse Xo. 1, A. unit
A. M. Holds its regular communi
cations on the Firvt and Third Sat
urdiix in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2oih of September to -the 'th of
March, and 7 o'clock from the 'Joth of March
to tfie yi.",h of September. Brethren in ood
btandini; are iurited to attend. -
By order of Yl". M.
Oregon Lodge Xo. 3, I. t). of O. F.
Mctts every Wednesday even
ing at 7 '.clock, in Masoiric Hall,
Members of the Order arc invited to attrnd
"Willamette Liitte Xo. 151. O. G. T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S. V.. corner of Mum and Fitth streets, i:t 7 1-2
o'clock. Yisiting nicwbeis are iijvitci tc
uttCud. Jy. older of i. - ' V. C, T.
ZllCfAL AD VE RTPSEMEN TS.
T Orin Gorbv You arc hereby notjticd
that Eugene S. Ji'fnie l)as" ajiplicdluf this of
fice ht bu permitted to contest- yotir home?
stead entrv. No. 4e, marie unon the S. W.
i of S. W.", of Sec. L'S and Si of S. E. 4 and
S. E. i.of S. W. 4 ef Sec. n T. 1 S. It. 4 E.
alleging that you have abandoned said land
ibr more than syx isiunths, and applying to
enter '-. part thereof: and jrfu aie further
notified that the case is set fr hert'fing at
this office on Wednesday the 17th tttiy of
March loti at the. hour of 1 o Jfick i M.,
when all parties will be allbrded opportunity
for a hesti ing. Jaiid Oth'ce. Oregon Citv.
OWEN WADE, Krsistc'r.
11ENKY WAKliEN". Receiver.
Ja'n. 2Dr,lsJ. - , il2Sl' "
I!y virtue of an execution and orJrr of sale
issued out of tlje Circuit Court "of the State
of Oregon, for the Cquufy of Clackamas, and
to ice ilirected, in favor of William fctioug,
'Administrator of ihft Estate of Ainory llol
hrook deceased Plaintiff, and against J a me A
G. ywatfoid and Melissa BwafVord Defendants,
for fhenm! rsi'x himdred aad forty-live
(-?' 15 00) dollars, bearing interest at '2 per
cent, jut month from the oOth day of Octo
ber, 107; also twenty-eight and SO-T-doIlars
(?'-!? 5C) costs, Jind afl accruing cost. Ifiaye
this l.")th diij- of January 1S0I), levied on'the
tollo.viug described Heal Estate, viz: Degiii
ning at a point ft Ou-lOC; chains V.'est of the
quarter section PosCJLietwen -fecions 4 and
J of T. 3, S. R, 2 Ev Thence East 33 chains,
thence North 31 58-100 chains Ihenctf outh
sb" vt est .i.i to li'o cnams tiience Sontn oo
chains, to the place of beginning, containing
VH 21M) acres witli an tue I
on the pant of the donation!
claim of J. G.
Swallotd and wife; and on
Thursday the ISth day of February,
lSGrf, a't'the hour of 10 o'clockA. JL oj said
day ni front of the Court House door in 'Ore
pon City, in said " Clackamas County, I will
sell all "t!:e Interest of said defenJauts to tho
above dcKOsibeji Real Estate to the hiuhe&t
ftiei best bidder Wtrcfor. JOHN MYEKS.
ir.it)' Sheriff of Clackamas County.
Notice is hereby given that on Mcndav
the tst di(j' of March A. I). at the hour
of 10 o'clock a, m. 'of said day I' will sell at
public auction on the premises the follon
mg pieces of laud situate in Clackamas
County State of Oregon to wit : The W 4 of
the S W 4 ofsectionT in T. 5 S K 1 E, con
taining 00 acres, and the S i of section 17
iu T 5 S K 1 E containing oio acres. Said
land is well imprrfved, and good title. Said
sale to be for cash down in United States
gold coin. Anil 1 wHl also at the same time
and place and upon the same terms sell the
following described personal property t.j
wit: 1 lilack mare with saddle and bridle
bluek smith tools. Lreaking plows, and
other articles. The above named property
will be sold as the property of Peter Persin
by virtue of the power in me vested by a
power attorney from said Petten Persia.
January S!th, lSij'.i. 4t-
g HADES SALOON.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MA IX STliEET, Oregan City.
The above named' popular re
soit has been thoroughly renovat
ed and repaired during the past season and is
now open to the public, fully complete in all
its appoihtmets. Two of the
Best BlIJAA TtT) TABLES in, OREGOX
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T 11 1: BAB 1 S S UP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors and
Cigars. Scotch. Irish and IJourbou already
famous, for hot Whiskies and Punch.
j63 Families supplied.
HOT COFFEE AXD OYSTERS,
A t all hours for the convenience of patrons.
STEAMERS, AND THOSE OP
T I O N L ESFES,
MUSLINS, all widths:
HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, Ac.
YIIAT' CHEER HOUSE.'
Nos. 126, 123 and 130 Front street.
Pout lan l, Okeuon.
The undersigned having taken this well
knovfiif hquse, solicit increased" patronago
from (he 'traveling pubb. ' The Jlouse has
lately been refitted, and the proprietors are
now'ible to. oiler additional inducements to
their"' patrons. The table will be furnished
w ith the best market affords, aud be under
the immediate supervision of the proprietors
llooms well furnished and well ventilated.
A large fire-proof safe for the deposit ot
valuables, liaggage taken to the hotel free
of charge. lbard per week ?5 00
Hoard and lodging " $JtoS0
According to the room occupied.)
Nothing will be left undone, which is in
the power of the proprietors to render quests
t-o'ni foi table. LYONS, LEONARD i Co.,
si.01 .. - - . Proprietors.
Main Street Oregon City
J. F. Miller & Co., Proprietors.
The proprietors of the above H.otel take
great pleamre in announcing to the public
tluvfc they have made arrangements to keep a
fir.nt -class house for the traveling public, and
hope to receire a share of their patronage.
. i'he rtomse is ut a very convenient distance
from eijher .lamling, ot the steamboat-!, and
near the center ot business.
JACOB B0EHM, Proprietor;
Main Street, Oregon Citj
Prices at the above house are as follow-3 :
" Itaard and Lodging week ..$3 eo
': without Lodging ' 4O0
" aicl Lf.d-i:: ft djy .... 1 M
JOHN SCHAOE, Proprietor."
Is now prepared to receive and entertain
all who may favor him with their patron
age. The house is new and the rooms are
newly and neatly furnished. The tabic will
be supplied with all the delicacies of the
season. The house is situated near the
steamer landing. The proprietor will at all
times endeavor to give entire satisfaction
to nli who may favor him with a call, and
would respectfully solicit the patronage of
the traveling public.
Hoard per week .' ?5 CO
Hoard and lodging t 6 00
Siuglc. meals. .. ...... T r0
(Zete I.TXCOLX HOUSEA
'So. 81 Front ttreet, Portland Oregon.
. L. P. W. QUI M BY, I'ROI'KIETOK,
Latt of Western Jutel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
Sftjeifcwrjy famished afld '4 w-i'f. tie the en
deavor of "tho proprietor to make his guests
comfortable. The- JJaggage Wagon will al
ways be found at the lauding on tho arrival
of steamships and river boats, carryuig bag
grtge to the oouse free of charge
QOSMOPOLI TAN HOTEL. .
Forma tt Arrgonfs,
iZsr The undersigned ' nespeetfulty -n-nounce
that having purchased this- widely
known aud well kept hotel, they are now
prepared to oll'cr superior accommodations
to the traveling public at greatly reduced
prices. This betel is located nearest the
The hotet coach will be iu attendance to
convey passengers - to and from the house
free of" charge. .
W. K. SWAX:
GEO. B. COOIC. '
.Corner of First. find Morrison streets,
, I'oKTi.AN t), Oi:e;ox.
Thj best and most comfortable Hotel in the
State; where -every want is anticipated,
and cheerfully supplied. Warm and
cold.Batbg attched to the bouse.
This Hotel is located near the steamship
Landing. The Hotel Coach will be in at
tendance at all the Landings, to convey
passengers and baggage to and froui the
JONH JO. POUCV
i rVi.-r n" mr"
J J JiSff A UJfcV N3I .... '
Main stresiyOc.dor Norlltof the
Lincoln Bakery, Orrgon City.
B. F. Newman, . .... .Proprietor.
The proprietor Is now prepared t furnish
the public with Hot Coffee, Oysters, Pigs-feet
Game and Fish, at all hours of the day.
63" Boarders will be accommodated at
to 00 per week. Give me a call and you shall
ro away satisfied.
Cli AS. HOOGE. .CHAS. E.
.GEO. W. SN'ELL.
HOBGEp CALEF 6c Co.,
DETJOS and MEDIOirTES, .
k PAINTS, OILS, AXD WINDOW GLASS,
fUJiXLSULi?, HH ISSUES, . , PAINTERS
Matexiaee,' ana lriil:jitW-Sundries.-
OTPront Stfett, r
: ' BRUSSELS,
-s T 0 I.L - CLOTHS,
LACE-CURTAIN S, &c, &c.
W Would Call the attention of par
tics filling up houses, or leing in
l' nedd of anything in our Ihie
To oxer Stock, which is
OXE OF THE COMF LETF.ST
L'iicilic Costsl !
Our Goods being specially selected at
the Factories in England and the
'Eastern States, we can sill
' - ' J
; AT THE LOVl'EST 1 '
S:iiRVa:B iis?s' Prices.
So. S9 Front street, between Alder
and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
1857 ESTABLISHED 1857
No. 90 First Street, Portland,
Wholesale ofud Retail Dealer in Garden,
Grass and Flower Seeds
Seeds from this establishment
Arc Warranted Fresh
Foreign and Domestic
Oreen Fruits and Vegetables.
Vegetables itr.d Fruit
Packed with care for shipment.
XUTSVe Nuts, Brazil Nuts, Wal Nuts,
- Filberts and Ahnoyds. - -
GBOCERIESi-A -selected stock of Choice
Groceries, bought expressly
For Family Use.
All of which is offered for Cahat cash
prices. Orders solicited.
' " .JOHN O'CONNOR,
No. t'O First street, Ponl.ind Oregon.
nOW CAN WE DO IT ?
Shanahan & Go.'-s
O- A JLt 3Li 131 JLt "Y" 2
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
And buy a few of those Lovely Pic
tuvcSyjchich will furnish yonr -Rooms
M US1 OA L INSTi UMENTS,
:, FINE ENGRA VINGS,
' PIVTURE FRAMES
. ' And MOLDINGS.
rPHE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
JL of 1!tiirravin"rs. Cromos. Plain fcnd col-
-ored Lithotrrapbs, etc.. ever before 'offered
in this taurket, just rccei.'ed aud for sal at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
SALY , .
Views of Columbia River Scenery
Constantly on hand.
JJlLDBURGIt, DUOS., & Co.
- D. II. TlILDBURGH, )
LOUIS KLVSTE1N, Portland:
L. II I LI) BURGH, San Francisco.
Int por tern and IVhtJeoate Boeder s in ! -.
ill X. t. t
in Minus 01 oirisic':
Scotch and Irish V hiski'QSy '
Jiuhi,.Gi?ti Domestic Liquors, JfrtH.?;
' . V-c. 44: fa. ': v
roil TLJl'D0Vtt' Fai!mg3f. Front
Street, next door to A. B. l!ioliardso's.
piGS' FEET . ; - ' -
a" Oflfers to lie citizens of Oregon 5.000
Pdbnds Sou'ced Pigs Feet, (put up by him
self) in lots to suit. Apply at No.. 2.1 Wash
ington street, between First and Second.
trade supplied" in any desired
A liberal "discount to the trade.
" PORTLAND BUSINESS.
.NEW A"D - :
Just received and placed ii,the.varcroems,
HURGREN & SHINDLER
160, ICS, 170, 173
First street, corner of Salmon,
PARLOR SETS IN TERRY,
IN PLUSH, AND IN HAIR-CLOTH.
New Ornamental Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment ef
Lounges and Spring beds. t
ISS?" The trade supplied icith goods
tn oriotnat- vackaaes.- on reasonable
11URGREN ii SHINDLER.
W I L L A M E T T E
IRON WORKS COMPANY !
pr-jfSfOs&T North Frout and E sts.,
llJilllll Porliaiid. Oregon.
BOILER BUI LDERS.
MIESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and hare facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and efficient! v.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years cives
hint a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milling purposes. We; prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as -
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY !
SAAV MILLS !
Jfanvff fare and Jit-pair Machinery of all
lind. IROX SHUTTER WORjf i San
Frerncixeo eemt and trtiynt.. Wheeler d: Ran
dilc.l I'attnt Grinder and Ainalijanmto'r.
f'unoar'x and Steven Self Adjiintiinr I'alenl
Piston Pack-in- , either applied to old or new
teain cylinder. Quartz Stampers, Shoes and
dint, if the bcxt hetrd iron. Z:y
JJ. F. .Joxie &d Co.,
L- tSSMtthiV. x
And FAMILY GH0CESY STORE,
Corner Second and Main Streets,
fiiT Are prepared to supply 4-heir cu-tomers
with the Purest and frcshe-t COFFEE, and
SPICKS FOR FAMILY USE.
Ground Codec isahvays Ve-t when FRESH,
and the public are Inv fetl to try our articles
instead of parcha-siug olU and stie importation
Particular Attention Given to the
- Orders from dealers throughout the
city and county respeitlujly solicited, and
they will receive immediate attention.
J. F.JONES OV.
Port land, ()regon.
! js jSl. tz.
XI, Y !
- i'5. :lJTv:
F. 0PITZ, FK0PRIET0R,
FIRST STREET, FOR TLA ND,
Ret. Washington and Stark sis.
-ALL KINDti AND QL'ALITlES
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
, Will always be sol.l below San-Fr-ancise
prices. All ciders.. promptly .attended to.
N H KLRY.
Firxt ft., Portland. On
t! New Stock of'Boo'trarjcL Shoes
JUST RECEIVED! ' '
Rest Selection in the City !
Comprising all the leading and best bjrid
known, such as JJeu'kert, Tii-rell's, Fojg's; !
Houghton & Coolidges, Reeds
and numerous others, of cretj'ts
wear. jsiso .Miles, sieDeriicii s
ncisco and TuourinJde Tauic-s and
'swear. . " - - - '
Our customers and the puWic wi'ecnoil
are invited to call aud examine cur stock,'
which we will sell cheaper thau ever. . .
. P. S:-t Roots made to order, and ail assort
ment ef;o'.!r-make coustantiv en hand.
Philadelphia Root and, Shoe Store,
112 Frrrrft "Street
opposite Du'inan Bros.,
Po r t hi n d freiio n '.
A. LARGE iXVOICE OF XEW.
' SurTday'-Sexibol 'an'd Gift Books !
T .-M'.U.NWlIirAMERICAN TRACT SOCHI
JL ty aud '
Various other Publishing Houses!
For sale by the subscriber, on Jofferson st
between Sd and :;d, Portland, Orgon.
G. H. ATKINSON, Secrenrty,
-.l ' and Trcas. Oregon Tract Soeic'tv.
l!Q MERMAN UFA CTUJES.
JOIIX JLSCHllAH. .
t -r STalfufJetuf ?rand Dealer in . .
- - etc., etc.,
-' '1 -MaiffSifedi .Oregon City,
jd-Vljhes to represent that he ia now ag.
well prep'ared to furnish finy-arrticle id hi line
as the largest establishment in the State. He
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere..
W AD E
M. WERTHE I Wl ER
Manufacturer of and Dealer iu-Furniture,
HP A K ES THIS METHOD of l. t uk.m u i
1 the public that
lie has now cm nana
a laage invoicWof
SQUARE AND EXTENSION TABLES,-.
And Various other Qualities af Rich
and Medium Furniture !
1.' . ...... ; .w o .- . . . . i . 1 . -f r nnfl i' Mrrr il o assort-
meut, .which merits the attention of,bayejs.
He MANUFACTURES FURNITURE
Using good materials, and employing th
verr best 'mechanics inlhe State, hence h
can" warrant bis goodstb be as represented
and be is prepared to fill nil orjlcis with
promptness. " '
He woubi call "the Htte'ntion of the public
t hi?5 salesrvoiti, as1 containing the mo.t
complete assortment .f desirable goods in the
- - " ' Main street, Oregon City.
PLDIIHXG, GAS & STE.UI
Vo. 110 First Si-et Portland
Gas Fixtures, .
Conking Ranges, . ,
Murble Top IVashstands,
SJiccT Ltad and Block Tin,
. " Water' Closets.
' " " ,Lcad Pipe.
Wrought Jron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES,' RLE P (f. -RETURXJiEXD.
XII'PLES, RUSHIXG. dv.,
for SUai, Water and ous.
Water Guatres, Wbis(!s
TaHou Pumps, Steam Guages, J!obe,
Angle, mid Check Valves. Gnage
Cocks. Air Cock, and all kinds
ot Ibass Work. Rubber
Htcvlkise Pipes. Ac,
Hotels, public buildings, and piivate resi
dences heat ell' 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
with great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
. G- H- MYERS.
French fIecJscai Office
t Dr. JUl.lXX-; PEllRAULT,
Doclcr r.-f 'Medicine of ike Faculty of
Paris, Graduate of the Univcr
silt Queen's College, and
Ph pzd'Jn. of the St. John
" jjajytisfc Society of
' ' "- Sum' Frnji cisco.
Du. Pnun V1.T has the pleasure to inform
'piitieuis am! others seeking conlideritial
medical advice, that he can be consulted t
hs odice. Armory Hall Ruildinj, Noriheiist
corne r Montgomery and Surattiento .-treets,
San Frhuejco". Rooms No.' i, 40, )1, first
lloor, up stairs, entrance , either uu Mont
gomery -or Sael-nnffifotfePr.sf-
Pit. PEi;nArj.T's st.rflif-jiave been almost
exclusively devoted to tUe cure-f the vari
ous forms of Nervous and Physical Debiii'y,
the rc.-ultof injurious habits acquired in
youth, which usually terminate in impolenco
and steiiiily, and permanently induce all the.
concomitants of old BgjjT'Wl'ere-a'sccrct in
firmity ejHsfes. involving thn-happiness r-f a
life and tliPt (jt'vUiei s J lsv u... nrid n ot -ality
dictate the necessity of its removal. Un
fits a fiitt fh.at pmnatrre decline of tie
vigor of manhood, matron jnml unhapp:ne.-,
compHfsoiy single life, etc.lwve their sources
ineausos, the germ of winch, i.s planted in
early life, and the bitter fruit' tasted long a:
terwards ; patients, iaooriug under th s com
plaint, wiPi complain of one or more of the
follti-.riL'g-syniptotn's:- Nocturnal eniision.
p.aiua ur thji; back -And Jiead,-. weakness
m-mory and ight.liscjuirge from the Cre
tba on goirig to -Wool, or making water, the
intellectual Yueai ties are woJikened, lo-stif
niemcn'v en-sues, ideas are.cjouded, and there
is a dismcUnti.tion.to Gttcnd to .business, or
even ,to reading, wri'ingor society of friends,
etc.. The patient. will pjvbabtjr complain t'f
dizziness, vertigo, and that the sight and
hearing are weakened, and sleep dts
turrbed by dreams melancholy, sighing,
palpitations, coujrhs sine" slow lever: while
some have external rUeumatic ptins, ami
numbness of the b'sdy. Some of the ni't
common symptoms are pimples in the face,
an A acliing in drliercnt part of the bouv.
Patients mi fieri ng from this disease should
apply iuimediateiy to Du. Pkuuai i.t, t1ut
in pel sons or by K Uer, and he will gimraii
tec'a cure of seminal weakness in six t.
, 1'atients suffering from vencrial diseases '
In any stage, OotibrMica Gleet, Sticturcs, '
Rubo Ulcers, Cutaneous eruptions, etc., will
be treated success! T111y. AJI Syphtllitic and
Mecurial Taints entirely removed from t!.e
sj-sjtftn. . .
I) it. I'EitRAfi.T's diplomas arc in his ofuce,
where tiatu-rts can see for thp?n.el veo that
I they u; e nder the carrot a uegulai.lv educated '
jwetifir.iier. i he best-felerences gien it
rejuited . .
Patients SaQering umTer chronic diseases,
ca.Vcrjl jp.id examine for themselves. V
Invite inveiligatiort ; cWiv.f not 'to knew
eA-t-rvUiin'-rtor-to ' ciirTevw-vfiiS.-lr Lnt ivc
fo claim that in oTPtaA'5 ta kew 'iru'der tteat-
I "'em, we luiiw otir pro rm.. We particu-
; '0 ffl'Rf iiu?. wo.H.we trma this t.:i.-f
Q.1 "octor, fyul tht adver.tise-j phvsician, till
i wo- out and Jisco"uritgrd, to call upon us-
- liuiv charges ml qlhck mres.
: l'4'Ue.-i sud'ei ijg from any nrplaiut inci
: ii-utal to their sex 'can consult tho doctor
! with the ass-urance of relicT. " '
Dn. PkSii.wi.t is Hie Only &"rh in Califor
bm,forI). LiyrVFematb 'iftontrflv pdls.
I heir- Uj;mins;ile?-hSS Established their
reputation as a feale reuwdy, wnnprofth
ed nud faiv.in. advance vf every other remedy,
suppressions and irregularities, t and.othei
obstructions in females. ti the. receipt of
."5.these pills will be ut by mail or xpress
to any part of the world, sec uc; from curi
osity or diynage.
- Persons at a distance can be cured at
hcfrnc'Ajy ffddressinga letter to Dr Pehuai i.t;
cortier of Sacramento and .Montgomery sts.,
rooms i KMtwd 11. or bo7:,' P. O." S'ni
Frarwiscf,1 stating the case as minutely a,
possiide, general habits of living, occupa
tion, tc. , -ai