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uLlje tikckliv (Enterprise.
TOWN AND COUNTY.
People that advertise only once in
three months iorget that most folks can
not remember anything longer than about
Mr. S. A. Clarke, an old "Ed.,"
called on Monday. He was here attend
ing to suits brought by the O. C. R.
for right of way through certain lands in
A Temperance address will be given
art the Congregational Church to-morrow
owning. JBy agreement between Rev.
Mr. TM and Rev. Mr. Gerry there will
."be ato services at the M. E. Church.
. . .
A man named Richard Woodcock
"was very badly injured at Cuttingsville,
one day last week, from being run over
liy a horse at full speed, the animal strik
ing him a square blow with its breast.
"We were pleased a few days since to
bear from our friend James S. Anderson,
-who left vhe Oregon Central Railroad last
fall, and is now Master Mechanic on the
Humboldt Division of the Central Pacific
Railroad, at Carlin, Nevada.
The press of Albany says the Apollo
Minstrel Troupe of this city, when there,
" performed better than the average, and
that if they had hailed from San Fran
cisco or New York, would have been con
fcidered perfectly splendid."
The Locomotive I. II. Moores, one of
the original stock of the O. C. R. R., was
utterly demolished recently, 500 miles
East of Sacramento, in a collision with No.
7C, on the Central Pacific.
Messrs. Caldwell & Clark, stone ma
sons of this city, have a contract for work
upon the Branch Mint building at Dalles
City. They have also been awarded the
vne masonry on Odd Fellows Hall, in
We have received the annual report
of the Portland Library Association,
which show truly gratifying results from
the establishment of the Library a lew
years ago. We shall copy from its pages,
as soon as we can had time Lo review it
Mr. A. li. Hallock, of the Wallamet
'.'Iron Works, called upon us on Monday,
and Mr. Nation. Superintendent, on Tues
day. The Wallamet Iron Works, in our
estimation, can turn out a little the best
castings of any furnace or foundry on the
The Oregon City Woolen 3IilLs will
ten-gin operations on the 1st of next month.
The mills have been generally fitted up,
and the company have every confidence
that thev are now better "qualified than
.over before to
make a good article of
General M. M. McCarver, of Portland,
lias removed to Puget Sound with his
family. He goes to Tacoma. Gen.
McCurver was the first to start Sacramento.
It' T.icorna is tbe place'' it will be a sec
ond San Francisco, and the marvel of its
rise will be without a precedeut. May his
tbright anticipations be not disappointed.
iiuc oucge was lounaeu lou years
o yesterday March 19th, 1700. Yes
terday was also the anniversary of the ar
rival of the first trading Vessel to Oregon,
the Turiquin. by the American Fur Com
pany. On the same day, 1822, a monu
ment was erected to Captain Cook, at
Messrs. Monroe & Mellen were in this
ity on the 15th. These gentlemen get up
the finest tomb stones, monuments, obe
Ji.ks, rtc, of any marble yard in this
"Mate. They can furnish imposing stones
lr 1 nnters at about the rates asked by
u.xpross companies tor the delivery of
! icii irom san i- rancisco according to
11 agar s S. F. M.nlhhj for February.
e are gratified to learn that Mr
John W. Lewis, of this city, has purchased
a more eligible site for a manufacturing
establishment, west of .Main street, an
proposes to erect a large shop for the
jmanufacture of Agricultural implements
rir. l,evis is one ot the practical men of
Oregon ; lie lias a just conception of the
Jvants mi l needs of the agricultura
masses, nnd when he turns out a ganj
plow, a v, alking plow, a wagon, or what
'ver he makes, farmers know it to be a
superior article, and will recommend it to
Mr. J. L. Harlow of this city, ha3 re
reived the contract to furnish the Oregon
;ity Fire Department with Hose carts.
00 fret of Hose, and Trucks, Hooks and
Ladders. Doe. is just the man to push
things, and it is expected that he will have
these equipments here within -10 davs.
$r. David Smith will make the Hose carts
and Ladder Trucks. The Hose will come
lrom ev York citv.
o observed Chief Engineer Mar
f hall, a few days ago, unfasten a farmers
jy-am froW &e HydraAt in front of this of-
?-C'i' nd ta & pot, where he again
.tied the horses in good chape. The own
,er ot the team became quite wrathy, and
Changed the tone of his voice considerablv,
i ?r.arsU kePt cool, and politel'v
i rhw adv.ersary not to be too ne-li-
j ., 5 r j "it uiitner. ine
4gjncil should protect the Chief Engineer
?n his duty m this resnoet. Tw
finable nff,.,, :CuX g: u a
w. "-ams lo me
supervisors should be rrnirW
somewhat by the decision of Jury on
Thursday last in tha CaSe of Robert
McCalla, against Multnqmah county, tried
io this county on a change of venue It
was an action for damages for carelessness
in not keeping a bridge in repairs. The
bridge is situated upon the base line road
wJ ?C lJalf, milt DOl'th of East Port-
Sd 10 LT, Qut 20 incbe Ions
Std for f WdP W ,eft i)en and "
The ?2enl5,a b,y.ftiU and was injured.
cl?e tor 1 1 5? r?and cndcted the
HOW THE WORK IS STOPPED.
Reading in the veritable columns of the
Evening Commercial a deplorable account
of the stoppage of work on the East Side
railroad, and that Ben Holladay & Co.
were engaged in discharging hands and
winding up business, we made haste to go
down the road to take leave of our numer
ous friends employed at the mill. So
chartering a conveyance, and securing the
company of a friend, we crossed the Clack
amas and soon found ourselves at Mill
No. 2," astonished to find steam up. teams
hauling and all hands at work making
lumber and stacking it out just as if busi
ness hadn't stopped and all hands hadn't
been discharged! Even at the risk of
writing up an institution which ought
(according to the Commercial) to stop, but
which like the Flying Dutchman " seems
to go after its career is ended." we will
describe this unstoppable and reasonable
mill. It is situated on the edge of a fine
piece of timber, and the lumber is piled
up in the flat, thirty feet below the floor
of the mill. One large engine and boiler
are busy with the main circular saw which
slices tbe 24 feet log3 up into 8 inch flitch
es; as each slice comes off it is grappled
by remorseless irons and lifted to another
carriage where the edging saw cuts it into
widths of railroad ties, these are again
shoved off to a small . saw which makes
"three peices " of the timber, 8 feet long,
and by an arrangement of rollers, these ties
are taken off to be piled up, new piles be
ing started beyond as they reach the level
of the mill. "At the present time, ties
enough are piled out to lay 30 miles of
track and more are being sawed at the
rate of 4 miles a week, so that at the end
of this week 80,000 ties will be ready for
use; making a total of two and a half mil
lion feet of lumber.
Four fine ox teams, of three yoke each,
are constantly employed in hauling logs
to the mill, and the timber is convenient
as possible, and yet they cannot crowd
the log-way. About fifty men are at work
in different capacities, and the mill turns
out a thousand feet of lumber per day for
each man employed, including the cook
and his assistants, and an occasional spy
sent to look at it by the West Side road.
The smaller saws are run by another en
gine of great power, and we call attention
to the fact that the mill averages 50.000
feet of lumber for every 11 hours run.
Everything is kept in splendid order; the
stables are clean and comfortable, and
feed remarkably abundant, so are supplies
and provisions, and if Ben Holladay has
stopped the mill, he fortunately hasn
stopped senaing gruo to it. we were
handsomely entertained by Mr. Sheldon.
the manager, and Mr. Davis, head sawyer,
The cook "Xed," who made his reputa
tion during the Legislature last Fall as
cook at the Railroad House," sent us
away without an appetite. After partak
ing of the lunch provided by him, we un
derstood exactly how the head sawver
came by such a portly look. So we bade
No. 2 '" and our friends there cood-bye.
They hadn't heard that Ben had dis
charged them and we didn't mar their
happiness by quoting the Commercial.
We hadn't the heart to do it.
As we neared the Clackamas on our re
turn, we caught a glimpse of tents through
the thick timber, and doubtful whether
Price's army had taken Clackamas county
at this late day, we sent our friend out as
a scout, and he brought back to our ark,
as an olive branch of peace, the news that
Wm. H. Anderson Superintendent of
construction, with a party of Ilolladay's
discharged'' mercenaries were under
mining some man s land, bo we hitched
our horse to a fence and went to see what
conspiracy our friend William was engaged ,
in. and tound tnat he was laying founda
tions for trestle-work over a ravine, and
completing a deep cut adjoining, by the
aid of the aforesaid party of mercenaries.
Mr. Anderson treated us very well,
showed us the work and insisted upon our
eating some pie we couldn't do that on
account of Ned s" lunch at the mill
but the well done look ot the pastry was
refreshing. Foraging must be good in
that vicinity for the dining tent was walled
with provender. Out of personal regard
for Anderson we didn't show him the
Commercial that told of his "discharge,"
and judging from the looks of the party
and provisions, we doubt if anv of them
knew they had been "discharged" or
were about to be.
We beg to inform our readers that the
railroad work goes bravely on.
The San Francisco Herald of the 10th
says that the receipts of breadstuff from
Oregon and the interior of California, con
tinue large, and notwithstanding the
very liberal exports that have continued,
since J uly last, stocks are yet considerable
in advance of any previous year at a cor
responding date. "And judging from
present indications, we are likely to have
a lull in the shipping demand for both
flour and wheat. Orders from the United
Kingdom are being withdrawn, or pur
chasing limits reduced to an extent that
forbids their execution at current rates of
wheat and freights. The result is inevita
ble ; we will go into another harvest with
a very large surplus which niust necessari
ly act as an incubus upon the value of
the new crop, which to aii human appear
ances pow promises to be at least ope
third greater than any previous harvest.
The market for all kinds of feed. cram.
etc., is depressed and prices easier to the
buyer." Wheat is a good thins: to be an
incubus, but sow on. Farmers : somebodv
will want your wheat, and will be more
willing to pay you aerood price for it than
the bulls and bears of the wheat market.
Farmers who can afford to hold their
grain, may rest assured of getting $1 per
bushel tor it, at nome, some time within
Circuit Court, Judge W. W. Upton
presiding, is yet in session in this county.
and will probably be obliged to continue
ior a week: or so.
Engineers on the Central Pacific Rail
road, call some of the curves "Grecian
JIailroad Item. W bile some men
are trucks to bear the burdens of the earth,
or furnace grates to bear the fires and to be
consumed in obscurity, others are driving
wheels which give life and motion to all with
whom they are connected. Kohn fc Fishel,
the leading dry goods merchants of Port-
ana are the driving wheels cf trade in that
cit3 ihey conceived and carried on to com
pletion a work nobler than the Pyramids.
grander than the gardens of Nineveh, or the
wans of Uabylou ; tor their work is not a
monument for the dead, neither the gratifica
tion of a luxuriant fancv. but it ia a new
pathway for purchasers, a link to hind the
chain ot families and the hearts of men.
Not a subject or Doubt. That
XeweJJ's Plumonary Syrup is the most ef-
failinar remedy for affec-
tioni ui' the
throat and lunzs.
Saddlery.J. H. Schram, of this
City, i3 now manufacturing the best Saddlery
and Harness in the State. He will have at
least 50 set3 of all grades, from fine to com
mon, finished and ready for sale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is bound to make a trade with any man who
wishes to buy of him. He uses both Oregon
and California leather in his establishment,
and his work bears a most excellent reputation
abroad. We hope that citizens of our own
county will think of this, when they want any
articles in bis line.
Valuable Land for Sale Cheap.
We know of 480 acres of good lands for
sale in this county, being the land claim of
J. L. Stout, in what is known as tbcEingold
bettlement. It will be sold in lots to suit
purchasers, on very fair terms. This land
is only 12 miles from Oregon Citv. For
further information apply to N. W. Randall,
of this city, or of J. L. Stout, Unity, Baker's
Bay, V. T., or of Andrew Stout, In the above
mentioned settlement. J5;ly
" In Time of Peace Prepare for
War." So get a bottle of Dr. Cooper's
Magnetic Balm, an unequaled preparation
lor Dysentery, Diarrhoea and Cramp. The
instantaneous relief of Burns, Bruises and
Electro Silicon. -This curious and
valuable substance is confidently claimed to
be the best article ever discovered for
cleaning and polishing Gold, Silver and
Plated Ware, and all smooth metallic sur
faces, of whatever description, including
kitchen utensils of tin, copper, brass, steel,
C. C. HASTINGS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail.
Superior Goods I Reduced Rates !
C. C. HASTINGS & CO.,
Jleuslon, Hastings & Co.
San Francisco and New York,
Announce to tbe friends of the old firm,
and the public at large that their present
business arrangments are such that they are
enabled to offer the best and most stylish
goods on the Pacific Coast at a great reduc
tion from former prices.
The attention of the merchants throughout
the Pacific Coast, is called to the tact that
we are now prepared to fill their orders for
superior goods iu
Strictly Citxtom-Made Clothing,
Suits, Gloves, Hosiery and
Trunks, Iraveling Bags and Valises,
In lots to suit, at regular Wholesale Rates.
CLOTHIXG TO ORDER.
Made either in New York or San Francisco,
under the supervision of the best cutters iu
Directions for Measurement
Sent to any address upon application, and
goods forwarded by Express on receipt of
orders. Satisfaction guaranteed.
C. C. HASTINGS & CO.
Jleuslon, Hastings ij- Co.,
THE FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS,
New York and San Francisco.
Logan, Shattuck & Killin,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
No. lOO Front Street, Up Stairs,
JOHN II. SCHRAM"
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Main Street, Oregon City,
y Wishes to represent that he is now as
well prepared to furnish any article in his line
as th2 largest establishment in the State. He
particularly requests that an examination of
his stock be made before buying elsewhere.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in furniture,
TAKES TIJIS METHQP Of INFORMING
the public that te has now on hand
a large invoice of
SQUARE AND EXTENSION TABLES,
And Various other Qualities of Rich
and Medium Furniture !
Forming a complete and desirable assort
ment, which merits the attention of buyers.
He MANUFACTURES FUHNITURE
Using good materials, and employing th
very best mechanics in ihe State, hence h(
can warrant his good to he as represented,
and he is prepared to fill alL orders with
lie would call th attention of the public
to his salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment of desirable goods in the
Main street, Oregon Cilj-
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
CXT1T BAKERY !
MA IX STREET, OREGON CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER,
(Successors to Wortinan &Shoppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
CAKES! PIES! BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds!
Orders in this Line will meet with
PROMPT ATTENTION !
BARLOW & FULLER
Also keep on hand all kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
AND PROVISIONS !
STEAMBOAT STORES J
And all Articles used for Culinary
Sell a fine assortment cf
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO !
By the Case, or at retail !
Attention is also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells ihe
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
rsr In short. Farmers and the public gen
erally, are invited to call at the City Bakery,
where the truth will be made apparent that
our stock is complete, and our prices reason
able. All kinds of produce taken in exchange
for goods. BARLOW & FULLER
THOMAS E. FIELDS
Wortman & Fields!
Oregon City, Oregon.
Family Groceries I
Provisions of all Kinds
Wines and Liquors !
Confectionery, Spices ! , ,
Canned Fruits and Meats !
And all the Favorite
Brands of Flour and Sugar
Z?-The highest market prices jaid
for country -produce.
As the age in which we live demands
progress in farming Implements as
well as in all other branches of nidus
try, J have entered extensively upon the
Manufacture of the Celebrated
Ijfcil GiiEii Plow !
Better known in Oregon as the WOL
GA MO TPLO W. This Plow com .
bines all the desirable points of a per'
feet implement, being simple in con
struction, cheap, durable, and of light
draft. The only Premiums which were
awarded to Gang Plows at ihe great
Implement trial at Matloon, Sept. 4,
1806. by the Slate Agricultural Soci
ety of Illinois., were awarded lo this
Plow. The folloxving is an extract
from the Report of the Commissioner
of Agriculture, for ihe year I860, and
may be found on page 246 of that re
"The Gang Plow made by J. C. Pfeil,
Arcnzville, Cass county Illinois, is received
with no little favor iu the west. Almost iu
credible stories are told of its excellence
and efficiency in plowing the prairie fields
of Illinois and other States.
" The depth of the furrow is regulated by
the crank-axle, which is so arranged that
the ploughs can be driven deeper or shal
lower at the pleasure of the driver, when the
team is moving, by means of the lever.
We also manufacture sulkey plows for
small boys, or infirm persons who are unable
to manage a team of three or four horses.
This gang or sulkey plow, will cut a fur
row from 2 to 10 inches deep.
" The committee who tested the draught
of this plow with a dyuamometer state, that
it ran nt!)ter by 10 pounds,than other plows
when running ai iuC same depth, and held
by the plowman whilo on uJ?t."
With this Plow one man can do
more work than two men can do with
loalking P lores, and the same amount
of team. Hence, it will be seen that
it will more than pay for itself in one
J will also manufacture the
WEB-F00T GAHG PLOW!
A N D TJI E
Web-Foot Walking Plow !
Both patterns of my oicn invention,
for which patents have been applied
jor, and which have withstood practi
cal tests with the best results, receiving
faltering testimonials wherever seen
JVow, the Farmers of Oregon
are invited to give the Oregon City
Manufactory a trial. Do not pur ch
ase a Plow of any description until
you have 'examined my make and
prices, as I am determined to sell at
less than zmporter's rates, by giving
you a more durable article,and a guar
antee warranting the same.
For further information address
JOHN W. LEWIS,
BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c.
JOHN M. BilCOiY,
Successor to JOHN FLEMING,
Court House Building, Main Street,
Oregon City, Oregon.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ox HAND
a large and well selected stock of Booka
Stationery, and Drugs, comprising in part
Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
Medical, Mining, and Scientific
Rooks, Theological and Relig
ious Rooks, Juvenile and
Toy Books, Sabbath and
Day School Books,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
BlanJc Books in Every Style, Pass
Books, Memorandum Bonks, and
Time Bnoks, Drawing, Trac
ing ana Tissui Papert
PHOTO GRAPHrr ALBUMS,
Arnolds', Maynard d' JVoyes,' and
David's Inks, Mucilage, Sheet
Music, Music Paper, and
All of Which he will Sell at the
A General Variety of Drugs and
Patent Medicines, Constantly
on hand, for sale.
School Teachers, and parents of Schol
ars will find it to their advantage to inspect
my stock and prices, before purchasing else
where. J3 Books Imported to Order. Orders res
pectively solicited and promptly filled.
Agent for the 'San, Francisco Times, and
Eastern periodicals, and papers.
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S. J. M'CORMICK,
1 1 '!
Itt'I .a k a a Hi
NEMU2ICa THE MgfSl
r ' w.
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of ibis State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as many new ones as mar
not be acquainted witn the fact) that he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(exactly opposite mount hood)
Where he is prepared to furnish'
SCHOOL BOOKS, ..
INSTRUCTION BOOKS for all kinds of
CHURCH MUSIC BOOKS,
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
STRINGS. . .
And every other article iu the above line.
The Most Successful Book
Yet published on the War, written from a
Southern stand point, is
ALEX. II. STEVENS'
Official History of the
WAR BETWEEN THE STATES,
Its causes, character,conduct and results
This Work has already had an immense
sale in the East, some Agents makiug
From $20 to S50 per Day,
The intense desire everywhere manifested
to obtain this work, its official character and
ready, sale, combined with a very liberal
commission, makes it one of the best Sub
scription Books published.
The eastern press, both North and South,
have universally commeuded its candor and
t3T SOLD OSLY BY SUBSCRIPTION,
Good profitable territory for Agents yet to
bo bad of li. H. BAN cnQFT & Co. .
San Francisco, Cal.
15 5t General Agents for ths Coast.
A. H- BKLL.
E. A. PACKER-
BELL & PARKER.
AND DEALERS IK
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints,
Perfumery, Oils, Varnishes,
And every article kept in a Drug Store. Main
Stt, Oregon City.
HATS! HATS! HATS!
OF EVERY STYLE
In Large Quantities can be Found
J. C MEUSSDORFPEE & BEO.'S
S. W. corner of Morrison and Front
streets, Portland, Oregon.
Also Caps of every style', and Boys and
Girls' Hats in large varieties. Give us a call
Pernian-enMy Locate! at Oregon City, Oregon
BOOMS With. Dr. Saffarrcin?, on Main st.
J. I Jones & Co;,
And FAMILY GROCERY STORE,
Corner Second and Main Streets,
J99T Are prepared to supply their customers
with the Purest and freshest COFFEE and
SPICES FOR FAMILY USE.
Ground Coffee is always best when FRESH,
and the public are invited to try our articles
instead of purchasing old and stale importation
Particular Attention Given io the
J63T Orders from dealers throughout the
city and county respectfully solicited, aDd
they will receive immediate attention.
J. P. JONES & Co.
Celebrated Magic Soap Powders!
Prepared in 6, 12, and 2-1 lb. Boxes,
READY F'OR WASHING!
This is cheaper than Common Soap. It
removes Paint, Tar, Pitch and dLrt of every
description ; and which has given such gen
eral satisfaction, by proving that your wash
ing can be done with one-half the time and
labor of the old mode. Thus labor saved is
money made; as wash-boards, n.acbines and
bard rubbing to wear out clothes, is entirely
dispensed with, and the washing for a dozen
persons can be done in two hours. Thus the
coat of your washing being three-fourths less
than by any Other process, as you use no
These Prepared Powders or Soap have not
only proved themselves superior for washing
any and all kinds of sroods. but proved after
oJie year's use not to injure in the stigbtest
deg."ee an.v fabric of the finest texture ; and,
also thd finest article for the hands, as it
makes them soft and white, as well as your
clothes. It also keeps your hands lrom
chapping when exposed to the air.
We defy the world to produce its superior
for washing any and all kinds of geods.
Our object is to save vCur time, expense,
hard labor, and especially ihe woman who
has to wash.
We take pleasure in announcing & few of
tne many ladies names uy tneir conb?m
who have used our Prepared Magic Soap
Powders, from six months to one year :
Mrs. C. S. Silvers,
" A. C. Gibbs,
" Dr. Watkins,
W. II. Bennett,
" H. W. Daris,
" K. Wilcox,
Mrs. Sis W. Brown,
" Dr. McCurdy,
" I. R. Moores,
" Maj. Berry,
THE 8TATE AT LARGE.
Amity Mrs. Jos. Watt; Lafayette Mrs.
A It Burbank ; Dayton Messrs James & Ol
den ; Forest Grove MessrsCombes & Buxton
Corvallis Messrs Briggs & Kizer ; Albany
Mrs. J. B. Springer, Mrs. Irwip ; I) al las, lira
Barger; Lebanon Mrs. Ralston ; Jefferton,
Mrs Walters ; Oregon City Just introduced,
for sale by merchants generally.
Manufactory, Pine st., bet. Front and
First, Portland, Oregon.
16:3m S. ROBINSON & CO.
1857 S established 1857
No. 90 First Street, Portland,
Wholesale and' Retail Dealer in Garden,
Grass and Flower Seeds'!
All Seeds from this establishment
Are Warrauted Fres,h
and. Genuine, ,
E Domestic Dried Fruits
Hff j And Vegetables.
. Foreign and Domestic .
Green Fruits and Vegetables.
Vegetables and Fruit
Packed with care for shipment.
A'tTSPea Nots, Braztf Nuts, Wal Nuts,
Filberts and Almonds.
dROCERIESjL selected stock of Choice
Groceries, bought expressly
For Family Use.
All of which is offered for Cash at cash
prices. Orders solicited.
No. 90 First street, Portland Oregon.
BREAD. CRACKERS, CAKES, PIES,
Diller & Miller !
Proprietors of the long established
AVest Side Main Street,
Oregon City Oregon.
Talc pleasure in stating to the public
that they have formed a copartner'
ship for the purpose of better
Accommodating their Patrons!
And that ihey will continue the Manu
facture of Bread, Pies, Cakes,
Boston, Butter, Sugar and
Soda Crackers, c. Sfi.
OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Has been Doubly Increased by this
changt, and will be kept complete
In Every Department.
Goods will be Delivered in the City,
Free of expense to purchasers, and or
ders from a distance will becarefuly
filled and promptly dispatched.
We Sell as Cheap as the Cheapest !
Call, Examine, and PRICE our stock
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
The highest Cash prices paid for coun
A. F. MILLER.
"fTJSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip-
tion. for sale at the Extem-uiss oS?ce
:OME OP YOU CAXT, AD tfE, IMT T
.? you... You have trtc4 every remedy tjnit, th OK-K
lesuned, by its intrinsic merit, to 8tipersKl nil riw
lar preparations. It ig not urpfuiiBg yvu niU4 Us
-cltielant io try f"omeQiinj, else after the manytf-.
rimonta you have m;ilo of tra.liy com;jouuxa
kiaU2 ou the public as a cortiio curw; but
8 really tho VEUY BEWjmly ertr eompottloV
br the cure f Coughs, CwIiU. Sr.re TtiroiU, A(ha&.
A hooping Couph, Bronchitis and Cnsiuupiwu. Tkut
and or H.yple iu California ami Ort-pon hv kwrn,
ilrtiady teuefitwd by the fiorpriring curative jxvrfi
m?i -K-lth win accord jrive it their nnqualifled apr
alion. Wo now a-drrts mjrsvlveR to all wbo are oo
K-quaint-d with this, tbn greatest Panacea of Oi
or the hiciliu of all ciiM:au4 f ihe Tlico,
LtiEjjd, aiattriBj yu that
ias cured thousands and it -will care YOU if yoa trf
This invaluable metlieino is pleasant to the Urtai
Kotliin, healing and strengthening in its cflects; en
ir"ly fr" from all poUonous or deleterious drug
aid perfectly harmless undur all eircunitajcia. v
Ccniticat- front many prondnofti iiizrutf of S
Yaiicioco accompany every bottle of
rTr!Trvc p.y As:1. San' TVanciff-. '
ALWAYS SAFE r Always Effectual.
Fever and. A trn to Sroii! .n,i .r'
fectuaHy cured by Dr. E. COOLER'S Unirer-
sdi magueuc Jiaim.
"PRO BONO PUBLICO!"
TRULY A VEGETABLE PREPA
RATION. None genuine without biguataie
of V4 R. Strong.
liEDIXGTON, HOSTETTER& CO.,
416 and 41S Front st., San Francisco,
Role and exclusive AcenU.-
Redington, Hostetter & Co's
Florida Water !
USE NO OTHER.
Unexcelled for Toilet Use and for the Bath.
EEDINfcrfON, HOSTETTER & CO. '8 1
.. This, valuable preparation," containing io v
a highly concentrated form all the properties
of Jamaica Ginger, has become one of the.
most popular domestic remedies for all diseas .
es,of the stomach and digestive organs. Asa
ionic," it will be found invaluable to all persona
recovering from debility, . whether produced,
byjevei; or otherwise: for while it imparts to,
the svstem all the clow and vieor that can.
be produced by wine of biandy. it is free from.
tbe reactionary eflects that follow the use of
spirits of , any kind,. ,, .
. It is also au excellent remedy for females
who suffer from difficult menstruation, givinjr-k
almost immediate, relief, to the 8 pasms that '
so frequently accompany that period.
li gives immediate relief to Nausea, caused .v
by .rising in a railroad car, or by sea-sickness v
or other causes. . ..... ,,
It is also valuable as ari external application
for Gout. Rheumatism. Neuralgia, etc.
KEVIN G TON, HOSTETTET Co..
416 and 418 Front st, San Francisco.'
Use Electro Silicon, . -
REDINGTON HOSTETTER & Co.V
Florida Water !
This article, possessing the most delloato
fragrance of Flowers, i9 unequalled as a per
fume for the Handkerchief.
FOR THE BATH!
Used in bathing it imparts etreneth and en
ergy totthe system, and givea that softness
and delicacy to the skin so much desired by
SUNBURN, FRECKLES Sr PIMP IE
. Diluted with water it makes an elegant den
tifrice, imparting pearly whiteness to the teeth-,
sweetness to th breath, and . renders tho
gums hard and of a beautiful color. . . , .
it should always be used after shaving dilut.
ed with water, as it relieves all inflammation
REDING TON, HOSTETTER Co.
416 and 418 Front et., San Francisco.'
Direct from Nature's Labratcry.
The Best article ever discovered for cleans-
ing and rolisning .lioia. ouyer aDa rin-u
ura ta art) II am nnth Mptnlic -fiyrfacec. of
whatever description, including (Kitchen uten-
. t f m - r", . Trte Ctaal O f
To Jewelers ana yoira "V"" ". , , -ver
Plate the Electro-Silicon is of inestimable
- . . tit 1. . n ClnA and VI-
value ! tbe time saved. ana me v'.
rented by its use, will forever endear its name
to air who nare naa ey.up"-cr
REDINGTON, H OS TETTER Sr C.
Sole Agents, San Francisco ,
nrnrvjTOY HOSTETTER 3 Ce .
EXTRA C TH
AID Li-TC AHk.