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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1869)
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TOW.V AM) COUXTY.
TEW AX UEAUTirUI. ST VI.ES OF
f TYPE ARE BEING CONSTANTLY AD
DED TO THE MATEKIAI-S Ui- iul ,
U. their support. Job 1'rmtmg, in iw
branches Neatly, Quickly and Cheaply executed.
?C"Poople that udveriise only once in
three mouths torgot that most folks can
not remember anything longer than about
It is thought that Capt. Jos.Kellogg's
P. T. Co.'s stock pays bitn well, if he can
afford to buy steamers to run off opposi
tions on the!ine of the 0. S. X. Company.
The public generally will join with
ri3 in hearty congratulations to .Mr. and
Mrs. Ambrose Bailey. The mother and
the "daughter are doing as well as could
Mr. A. J. A p person has purchased
the residence of Mr J. II. Rulston. Two
lots on Main and Seventh streets, with
dwelling. Uarn, orchard. etc, paying there
for bat At that rate property is
very cheap in ibis city, and nothing can
bjiostbv investments in real estate.
It is asked how long the stockholders
of the P. T. Company will stand 'it to
Jiave money fooled away in lnv suits
which, properly speaking, ought to be
paid over as dividends? The stockhol
der's may themselves answer, at the next
election of officers.
Doddlewobble'' is in rehearsal for
the benefit soon to be given Mr. J. A.
Smith, by the Amateurs of this city. It
will be recollected that three years ago
this phi' drew large houses, on the occa
sion of benefits for the Order of Oond
Templars. Many of the characters will
be represented by the .same parties who
then personated (hem.
Mr. C. O. Pellnn will soon leave this
city for the Province of Ontario, perhaps
to remain there. Mr. Lawrence Wolfe also
contemplates leaving lie re soon, on a
visit to his friends in Connecticut. Both
are young men. who will leave many
friends behind, to wish them health, hap
piness and prosperity, wherever they
The Immigrant thought his product
ion on the City Seminary, to the JRyulJ.
was ?o Kute that he showed it around
amongst the faithful here, before ii was
committed the tender care of the blacks.
as the Klu Klnxes of Bodge Xo VI. in
this city, term the United Stales mails.
Wh:.t a confirmed old egotist !
We were glad to see a counter cur
rout of stock cattle, mules, and horses ;
pass through this city en von!'-, south on
Thursday last. The bulk of such move
ments for ten months past have been in
the either direction. and should this exodus
continue much longer there will not be
beef enough at least, to supply the hatch
ets. It is now a scarce article.
A patent brick machine, which it is
said will wholly revolutionize the business
ol brick making, ar.d greatly cheapen the
article, will be set up in this city soon,
by the manufacturer. Mr. J. S. M r;Calliter
of Albany. ..There .will in i'ature be a
great demand for brick in Oregon, and
this city is located in a position 10 demand
h large per cent, of the gross amount
One of the steamers on lYn'dOrcilU
rs and E
going after, was "built below and taken
above Rock Island. They are the prop
erty of the Oregon and Montana Transpor
tation Company. When the steamer of
which we are speaking was taken up, she
was on a rapid with her cylinders and
shafts buried for four days in the water;
low looking forward nearly in a perpen
Oregon City Hose Company were out
for practice with a fine new two-wheeled
hose carriage, of home manufacture, made
lit Die shop of Mr. David Smith, and they
prosented a very, line appearance. 1 his
Jlose. Company is not only a liose com
pany, but with hr- water works, c m do
the work of seven or o'ght hand engines.
;tnd as many steam fire engines. There
is not a city on the coast better protected
no-ainst fires than Oreuon Citv will be.
when another reservoir is made, and
main; are laid through all the various
Capt. Aaron Yickers and Engineer
Felix Evans will take their departure
from this city on Monday morning, for a
venture on PeiFd Oreille which will be
worth recording. They go to bring th"
steamers now lying above Rock Island
down to IVn'd Oreille L ke. i hey will
be obliged to navigate some swift water,
and the trip will be one o! marked adven
ture, more interesting perhaps than any
similar event which has ever occurred.
The Lcu-iston now called the Aai. as well
jVs the Okanaqari, were brought, from the
Snake river to these waters, and the Ann
even has went up the Bong Tom. but it
our understanding of the Pen'd Oreille
"h correct the rapids of that stream are
nearer being immrrnounted than any
.'dreams hereabouts, and the mosquitoes
are terrillic! We bid the Captain and
Felix good live : and with then all the
good luck imaginable.
The double-docked fire engine for
merly the pride of McLaughlin Company.
.No. 1. of this city is now turned out to t
grass, and some notice of her may not
Se amiss, so we have decided to brief! v
touch the principal points in her history.
As above stated, she is what firemen de
nominate a doubls decker with end
stroke, and she throws two streams. The
i;rst we hear of her is that sometime deal
ing the 18;':)"s. she stood as No. 4. in
Hie city of Baltimore. Md.: next, sometime
hi the '-10 ,s she stood as Xo. 0,
Orieans. La.: then during tf.e 70 s she
htood No. S. of San Fraticisco and about
fheyear IS") 7 was introduced as No. 1. at
Oregon City. Tiiis has been her home
ever since, although she has been off op
excursions frequently, and once wholly
washed the Portland File Department.
Her days of usefulness have passed, and
she can only bo regarded in the future
a 1 elic. but she did tier outy in nor uay.
and no fireman can pass her bv without n
sense of respect tor the good she has nc-
complied. Good bye. venerable re.io ;
you night to be decked wim a jewe. and
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V.... , -v j,,.- . v r, ....
ve wan i to see you in t Lie l:rsi l lor.eer
ProcesMon, and would help to man the
rope's on anv
J wc would have tlie menu.-, i
. The new Council has taken its seat.
The Ecenhifj Commercial is neutral, is
it? Yes ; in a horn.
J. Myers & Brother of this city, wish
to purchase a large quantity of wool.
Messrs. Hedges & Bingman. of Cane
raah.bave been awarded the contract for
building the Odd Fellow's brick buildir."
in this city, at oT.bTO.
Our friend Burton of Yamhill county,
lost one of his aged horses recently. The
animal was ol years of age. Its mate is
but a year or two younger.
Eight jdows were entered s.t the Al
bany trial on the 24th. We observe that
one of the plows was manufactured in
Decatur. Illinois. Though it did not
take a premium.
The fountain in Squire Moore's door
yard is now an aquarium. A live stur
geon, perhaps fifteen inches in length,
lives there. It was captured by Mr. Dil
ler, in the Waliamet.
Dr. Frank Ellsworth, as hale and so
cial ;s ever, called upon us on the 3tbh
ca route to Portland, where he contem
plates soon opening a Life Insurance
A gene v.
On Sunday last several immigrant or
emigrant" teams, we don't know which,
passed through this city headed north.
This thing of moving around in search of
a home, in a country like this, where land
is plenty ami cheap. does not pay,"' in
o- -o- o .
Major Channan returned home on
Sunday morning last, having been absent
to San Francisco three days less than
three weeks, during which time he laid in
an exceedingly largo stock of goods
several tons of which have already ar
rived. Mr. ldller took a Salmon out of his
net at this city a few mornings since, which
weighed fifty-four pounds. It measured
at least live feet in length. It was the
largest salmon we h ive ever vet seen.
The Clackamas Mill Company purchased
it, we belicvt
Benton county is out of debt; end
her county orders are paid at par in gold.
Ben I on roi'ti:
House of In
iy has a respectable Court
r own and a decent, i'a;l.
Wish we could say the same of Clackamas.
The G-.udlt' says the farmers up there are
tiirii'iy and forehanded, industry, enler
prise arid morality are the leading char
acteristics. -V private letter
tana, informs "s of tf
m Helena. Mon-
;'.nivil th.ero id
Co!. Wm. Crooks, with, a party of Northern
Paeilie Railroad Surveyors. We had ex-
neetoo to see i n ( roolcs in ( ivoOon i.iii i
but we learn that he is now oti lLo buck
tracli to St. Paul. The Norihren Pacilic
Railroad is a PA'd fool.
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The steamer Alb-inn struck a s:n?.g
few miles below Eugene City on her last
trip up. and was only savod from sinking
By the coolness and itifivpidity of her of
ficers. Mni-h credit is due the mate Capt.
Aaron A ickers, without wlio.;e vigorous
and intelligent (:-: rtnuis she would have
gone to lie.' b ; Hon:
the dry dock for rci
has gone into k
B. F. Nt wm an has exhibited his good
judgment by giving up an occupation
which roq iihed hi to viand over a hoi
cooking sO'vo these warm days, and gone
extensively into the Ice Cream business.
I Kk'oiv i;,"c, 1 ut idaeo. and
it would be a pity B thy business does net,
justify the in e-:'nnmt.
Oil Bub. the wao;. horse
to Exctdsior Marl-et. is of atre
but he did
not vote on Mo;i
He is as gay as a
tins sea.-on. ;:
iu enjoys company
go he ueceeded it:
sized i and ot horses
finely. A few uavs
getting a resiu'ctab'.c
around him m the r-tre-ts. fos-t not content
with having the common u perform in. or
thinking perhaps that he ought to seek an
enclosure for prud.-iu
ad the caval-
cade in to .Mr. Pope sdoor yard, and there
had a nice time with his companions. Old
Bob someiimes stays out late o". nights,
but in such cr.-es he always opens the.
door to his own apartments, when he
wants to go to
bed. .Indus never loses
looking after Old Dob.
The Albany 7,'.-'.v- speaks kindly of
j Sub-nt. The good folks of the Capital and
I those of Albany are on the very best of
j terms, and Van hopes that no spirit cd
j envy or jealousy may ever intervene to
1 mar th: kindly feelings. Oregon City and
I Salem are on pretty good terms. (00 ;
i eunsiuenr.sr unit, years ago. by tne liber
ality of Salem she took the Waliamet
Jills info her embrac from us;
and has so o'iten generously donated to
public improvements of that character
that we haven't g.t more'n half a town
vet and we're twice
Salem you bet. !
We admire the
spirit which actuates m r people, and can
only wish that we had more of the same
At a mee.ing of the Common Council,
held on Tuesday evening last the Commit
tee on finances made a final statement, j
showing the amount of money collected 1
and disbursed during the year, and the j
f ;.,.i...,..i,...J ei,r 'it,- r,-. ,,,-'!
ill JiilO Wl.'-iULS.3 KJ L tiil-' Vll., II Lil.
which we extract :
Fines Recorder's Court
. l.ODd 42
Collector's fees BSCS
Treasurer's fees 1;A',V
Vv aiclitiian's puv
Bonus to Water Works
Street i epuli s
3,21-0 42 !
S2Co 07 i
U4 215 :
2 on cn
77 02 I
Co 75 j
40 00 i
2d5 -15 !
l it; 50 I
I Incidental expenses.
as j Recorder's fees
Total dijtirsemenff . $2 541 01
j n addition to the above.V mt'racts have
j been let for Hook and Balder Truck and
apparatus. ILe. ilose CaVria-: etc
...... JHOCI.iKing ill 1 . .)'!. S V iln;il'l'n.t n,l
eighty-seven d-.d.iars have been applied to
wards the payment ot the city indebted
nessleaving, a balance vet" I'-uviid At
il V1 - i. - -
The city erection passed off all har
monious on Monday last, resulting in the
election ol the entire Republican ticket.
The contest was an open one, based di
rectly upon political grounds and the
majorities show that the Republican party
in this city, when united, can carrv the
day with perfect ease. The following is
the total vote for each candidate. Demo
crat's names appear in italics:
i or Mayor.
Forbes Barclay . . .
TP. L. White '.
James A. Smith..
11. F. Cavjield
A. J. Apperson
Jno. M. Bacon
J. W. Chase
J- I). Miller
Jiff ft finmehl
J. W. Shattuck
I. y. Bmdish
J. L. Bail oh- 103 IS
II. C. Mir-rs. .
Assessor and Collector.
X. W. Randall 91 3
T. J. McGjrver 91
F. O. McCown. .". .. .101
Marshall and Street Commissioner.
J. Vvr. Uyan 97
J. MnX'.tm'ira 01
Chas. Bold s (Independent). .. 27
Col. White is about the most popular
man in the Democratic ranks of this city,
but he says he has learned to his satisfac
tion that he cannot be Mayor when he has
Dr. Barclay to run against The Doctor's
majority on .Monday was 20. Mr. J. A.
Smith had a worthy competetor. in Mr.
Robert F. Caufield. but he " waxed'' his
opponent by a majority of o0 votes.
There was a close race between Mr. X".
W. Randall and Mr. T. J. McCarver for
Assessor, but Me had to acknowledge that
it was no difgrace to be beaten by as
good a man as X. W. The strongest pull
made by the opposition was to beat Mr.
J. W. Ryar. for Maihali. Unscrupulous
Democrats even voted against him in tin.
ut.p(lblican Convention a thing they
ought to oe ashamed of this interfering
where they do not belong, in any sense,
but he is elected by a handsome majority.
More than anv other name on the ticket.
The imly boats now running on the
tinner Waliamet are the Bciiance, Fannie
j radon and Be ho. The Active and Success
having gone to the bone yard, and the
A'bamj into the dry dock. There is but
little freight np the liver, and these boats
are amply sufficient to accomruodaie
shippers. The Dayton continues on the
On the 15th of 3Liv, C. C.
ruaM,,:S 8 mniluseuie,,L
! our columns, as his time is then up and we
never pi hit in 3 dead ud vert isenu nt--. llast-
i in us will probably continue bis busi :e-s in
, .-..! . : 1 ... ; 11 .t :
t ) San Frui. cisco however, and s uiUKolui
tV; t i-nel ot i'oit :uiu, wiio, lii Mign xuvy ti
not p: i tend to t.ansart so extensive a trade,
nevei thelcss deal on the square, and are
in iking a name of equal churaet.-r to that of
I la tui us, in a business point of view.
C. C. HASTINGS cfc CO.,
iriiclesale and Bctail.
Superior Goods! Reduced Rates
C. C. HASTINGS &. CO.,
lleuston, Hastings ct Co.
San' Francisco and New York,
Announce to the friends of the old firm,
and the public at large that their present
bu-iness arrangmeats are such that the" are
enabled to otter the best ,.nid most stylish
goods on the Pacific Coast at a greut reduc
tion from former prices.
AT WHOLESALE. .. . .
The aiteniion of the merchant? throughout
the Pacific Coast, is called to the fact that
we are now pfep.ucd to till their orders for
superior goods iu
Strictly Cii.tim-3Iade Cloth in gi
Suit-?, Glove, lo-rt( and
Trunk-, 2 rattling Bags and I 'a Use s ,
In lots to suit, at regular Wholesale Bates.
CLOT1IIXG TO OE
Made either in New York or San Francisco,
ttiif'er fhe suj'ervision 6f the best cutters iu
Directions for Measurement
Sent to any address open application, nnd
goods forwarded by Lxpress on receipt of
orders. Satid'acti n guaranteed.
G. C. HASTINGS & CO.
Jleuslon, Ha stings c Co.,
THE FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS,
New York and San Francisco.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
Sucassor to JOHX FLE3IIXG,
Court House Building. Main Street, I
st. . i
UrPgO.l -J, vityuu.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
3S3 ED .13 s 9
Y71LL KEEP CONSTANTLY ox II AND
V a lanje and well selected tock of Books
Stationery, and Drugs, comprising in part
Standard and. M'nccllancovs Bodies,
Medical, Mining, and Scientific
Books, Theological and Relig
ious Books. Juvcuih and
Toy Books, Sahbath and
Day School Books.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Blank Books in Beery Style, Pass
Books, Memorandum Books, and
Time Books, liraicing. Track
ing and Tissue Baper,
Arnolds', Maynard it' JVoyes,'' and
.David's Inks. Mucilasc. Sheet
Music, Music Paper, and
All of Which ho will Sell at the
A General Variety of Drugs and
Patent. Medicines, Constantly
on hand, for sale.
JO" School Teac hers, and parent5 of Schf.l
nrs wdl find it to thtir advantage to inspect
m v stock and prices, before purchasing else
i" Books Imported to Order. Orders res
pectfully solicited an 1 promptly filled
ifiT Agent for the Sun I'rttaeiseo 'I'imex, and
Eastern periodicals, and paper.
JOHN M. IJACO.N.
BREAD. CRACKERS, CAKES. PIES,
Biller & Miller
Pro'pnetors of the long established
L I N C 0 L N B A EC E R Y I
"West Siilc 3Iitin ,Si t t,
Oregon City Oreyron.
Tale l ensure instating to the. pull ic
that they have formed a copartner'
thip or the purpose of letter
Accommodating their Patrons!
And th'tl they icill continue the Maim
facture of Bread, J'ics, Cakes,
Boston, JJater, Sugar and
Soda Crackers, c-c. tyc.
OUR STOCK OP GPwOnEBIES,
lias lecn Boulhi Increased hy this
change, and wilt be kept complete
In PI very Department.
Goods will be Delivered mtho City,
Free of expense to purchasers, and or
ders from a distance will he cnrcfaly
filed and promptly dispatched.
We Sell as Ciieap as tlie Cheapest !
Call. IJ.ramine, and PRTC E our slock
Before Purchasing Ftscichcre.
The. highest Cash prices p a id for coun
try 'piodu ce.
A P. MILLLIJ.
Selling at Cost
TO CLOSE BUSINESS !
And mo ISUMBUG !
1,1013 AliD SHOES,
Hens' Ladies, Misses' and Ch'ddrens'
HATS A1ID CAPS.
Groceries, Crockery Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Ckimrjeys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc;
Has got to be sold
Regardless of Price!
To convince yourself with respect to
this matter, call at the old corner.
(scvt7i cf Pope r Co.'s 7 in fitort,
Or gon City.
W. F. EIGHFIELDj
Estiblislied since l-:i,iit tho old stand,
Main Strtet, Oregon City, Ore yon.
An Assortment of Watches. Jew
elry, a:-al Si th Thomas' weight
Clock, all o which are warranted
to be a-1 represented.
Iler'SMimgs elone on short notice,
and thankful for past favors.
JOHN II. SCII HAM.
M a n u fa c i u r e r a n d I ) e al c r i n
f0 SADDLES, HARNESS,
i!. etc., etc.,
Ma hi St '-ret, Oregon City,
ltrTVidie to i -cprsc-i.t that be is now as
well pr-pared to fot nisii any artic in his line :
a t!:e larre-t esiahli-l.mctu in the-S:.de He
particul.trly requests that an examination of j
hii stock lc made lefvrt htsyins-ihc-'-hcrc
1 COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
JAMES A. SMITH,
JUSTICE OF TUB PR A CP,
AND LICENCED CONVEYANCER.
Bond-). Deeds, Mortgages. Agreements,
Contracts, and oil other kinds of Legal Pa
pers drawn v.n nt short notice. Records ex-
j amiued, and eopyin-r done. Especial atr n-
to the a.Ju
stiuent ana collection
5-r Can be found nt thp Store of S. D.
Francis, E-q., or at the Court House. 2'itf
TIIE STORE OF S D. FRAXCIS,
FARMERS WILL ITD A BEADY AXD
PERMANENT MAI.KEf. AXl "WILL
RFC EI VP THE BEST PHH'ES
CUr.KEXT FOR ALL KINDS
S. 1. F 11 A CIS,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON 11 AND
A SUPPLY OF FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA,
COFFEE, AND SYRUPS OF TiiE
BEST BRVNnS, AND A OOOI)
ASSORTMENT OF O KOCERIES, PKOVIS
IONS AN!) STATIONERY, ALL OF
Y B IC II WI LL BE SOLD
AT LOW PROFITS.
Call and exaJtiiite for yourself lef ore
Purchasing clscichcre I
MOTTO Fo unto ethers as jcu irculd that
v'it J-S ttiOuld do ai'f'i i;otl.
Ou-gon City, March 2S, KCiK 22. tf
CITY BAKEEY I
If A IX STliZET, OH EG OX CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER,
(Successors to AVortman & She ppard,)
Iveep constantly 0:1 hand
C A K E S! PI E S! V. R E A D!
And Cracker of all kinds !
Orders in this Line will meet with
L if I A i VhA-i i i-V.n f
BAR LOW S, FOL L E
Also keen on hand all kinds of
FAMILY GUOCF-IUKd !
AND PROVISIONS !
fcTEA M liOAT STOKES!
And all Atti -ies u-aA for Culiaary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AM) TOBACCO!
Bv the Case, or at retail !
Attention is also directed to the fact
that nobody else bells the
FAMOUS GLEASOX CHEESE !
In short. Farmers and t!e public gen
era Sly, aie invited to call at the Cby Bakery,
where the truth will he made apparent that
our stock is coiiijd. te. and our prices reason
ab'e. A il kinds uf ju-oibice 1 d;n in exchange
lor goods. l)Ai;L()V Fl LLiiU'
TiiOi' A" tl. fieli.'S
i d , rr. o
v r a i- l lis ir
Xl. J y
Provisions f all Kind I
"Winrs and Bifjaors .
Confectionery, Spices !
Canned Fruits and Meats !
And all the Favorite
Brands of Flour raid Sua'ar
tr-SF'Tke highest market prices paid
for country produce.
11 ii vi? 5
y. .N. s
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' V, i , i-
Liana dossing, Jmdations
Of all kinds
V QvdiCu. ciliaiCd. j.VJi..a.d fePllJ i
Executed as mil ws ecu be done on, the Pacific
C . Examine our troll and Judge j a-
y -ui s'Avfs.
rTTEverv order attended to with rare and j
exp'.-uiticu.,' C E. MUItL'A V,
West Door FaUton's P.r.ck.
M On a Oir-nii Pitv
"7 A II U & DUO I IIEll.
IirTCllEHS MEAT VENDERS.
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ii .I i. 1 1 ii i " ; . " i " "
tesp et.u iy a-k a :o umu.ir.ee or me sam".
We hall deaver to our prtrons ad tlie be-t
f Stall Fetd Ikef. also Mutton,
Pork, Poultry etc., as usual tw
Tuesdays and Saturdays !
A. II. DF.I.L. K. X. rAIlKEK
ESLL &, PARKSH,
Chemicals. Patent Medicines. Paints,'1
i r.u t ve . '
article kept i:: a Pr.;g Sto:e. !Iaia
S'-iCC. CiiCrVi dy. i
0 I kji
i y.r.i. You Lavo til -.1 every reui'.-uy i,m she o.s'ii
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!i'.t;i!it v l:-y sai.K'tiiiii else nfur U.o li.air
rii;i"iiS3 vo.i h ivo lii;.'.- -f tnu'.iy cj:;i;w
u.i-u ca 11-' vui..'- i. a ccrt-.a cuivj
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illinAjilcbJ. ,y K3VAU is
V rr?T r-'r. ! cvr C'-aiM-i;ivi
ii.irbs, 'oil is. sore '1 !..r.';!t, Asdsi-.-
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or t!e; cer-- ; t. ''
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iTS'l wilh civ? ccnrtl pivo tl
).!ti'a. V' now -dress ei;rs
ir.!'''i'!i'.e! Wi'.ii i,i,i.i. UiO Wi'.:
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er tiiO p.eiilil
iAlli VV iliJLijj U
L LlLllLxJUOil J LjJ U.JJ
is curcJ ti-ousan3 ccl :
wiil cura YOU if you tr?
.nVir.Mc medicine U Vrt-nd tr, tli
...:! i.4 iir.d frtTdieui'ig in its v'.lv
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V.".T-lS::T(i-: CO. A :'., Saa rranciaco.
A LAV A YS S A F E ! A 1 wa y b E So c t na ! ,
ii lver;uid Acri.e is Speedily and cf
lectnaily enicd by Dr. E. COOi ER'b Univer
sal .Ma.um tic Ualin.
''PRO BOriO PUBLICO!"
1 1IULY A VEGETABLE PRE PA
HA 'I 'JON. N -ne getii.n.e without ignutule
of W . ft. s-tronir.
l'.LIiN;Tor. IiOSTLTTLR CO.,
4iG and 4ls Front st.. ian Francisco
Solo and c:adiiMve Agents.
EEPIEGT0I-T, II03TETTEH & CO.'S
Ii Tit rt i ( 4-: v y
This valuable preparation, containing in
a highly coiicMitiaUd loan all the properties
of Jamaica Center, has become ore of the
must popular don.e.-tie. w-nie'lies lor ail disatis
s of the t-'onar.'n :ind d'j:es;ive oignr.-. Asa
tmc. it win nc toouu iiivaaiao.e to an tx-rsons
reciivei ingd'i on; deb.hty, v:tu thc-r -preaueeu
j fy fever o: ot! a a .vise: l-.-r Li !e i' imparts to
1 he s-tem ti:t t;.e gtow and v.gor ttmt can
; ! nreUuct l.v v.-ir.e or m a: ov. it is tree rrom
i ih6 r-actinary edects that f dhw the use o!
o i d a:.v kind.
It is also an e-tcelb nt remedy for females
who snfior trc.u diflicult jtsen.-iru.-.tioii, giving
"h.huost iniriiedi?.te relief to the sp:ims that
so treiptently nce:.iiiany that criod.
Jt give- immediate relief to Nausea, creased
by riding ia a ra.lroad car, er by sea sickness
or o' her can-
It is also val.ml.
;so valuable ns nn external appuca.ion
t i - .
for (I ut. ilheumat i-ni . Nc!ir.i!?!:i, -U
j; ED IS G TQX, HOSTE'ITE'l Co.,
4 Id and -US Front at, Sau Francisco.
Or ?rutie Ixriiliant.
REPiUGTGIT IICSTETTEE, & Co.'s
For the Handkerchief.
i ii is .a m i
-,v;,b- vn-sMdw the mo-t. del-cr.te
frag! a m e of F
fume for the 11
oweis. i uncciual'td as a per
FOR THE BATH.! .
Used in bat'.i .g it ii pi'ris strentrih nrd en
c r.:.y t the s3'.-teiii, i;t.d gives that softness
H'-d delicacy to the skinso much desired by
S USD UK X, I B ECELES iy PIMPLES,
Diluted with water it maks n.ti clr,rant den
tifr'ce, imparting pearly whit.'i:fss to the teeth
sweet ;ie.-s to tic. breath, and vuiders the
gams hard aid oi a btaulind e(dir.
us- d aftfr shaving dibit.
water.-as it re! v-
.A ifdlammat ien-
HEDXGTOX, HOSTEL TEL Co.
j .no us Front n , San Francisco.
ELEC TR O SILICON,
Direct from Nature's Babraiory.
The f'est article ovt di-covered for cleans
ing and ld sh'tig lo!d. S lyer and Plated
and all sica
t!i Metahe Surfaces
I whatever description, im-haling Kitchen uten-
si;s (.j lm. Copper, Urass. tetl. tc.
To .lev, ., let s ;ii:d W-n kers in Io!d and
- . . . v. ........... j , . ' V . I. ! I I I il t,lC
j value : the time saved. :!ed th.e vrv .tirm ,-.
- . i .... i i .. , " . 1 I
i ven.eii o us u-e, to- vereiaiear its name i
; to ai! who have had evid n. p. f its toerit
1 REJJ IS (iT) X. n(t.TV'r'rrn x. tC
Agent, Pan I'eaiL isco
RE J) IXC TON, 1 1 OS TETTE R fy Cc
EXTRACTS Ave the best.
Eedinston, Ilcstcttcr & Go's
riciida Water !
VSZ NO OTHER.
, Uncxccuei for Telle: Lseana icr ta? uzzu
XA vV- - 5 1 1 V ,C&
v -. v -i veto
SJU rS VtV'rti,-u K' C'3
A Dwelling House and 8 Lots,
In a desirable location in Oregon City, at
a bargain. Time will bp iriveu for a part of
the put chase money. TITLE PEiiFECT.
3" Inquire cf
JAMES M. MOORE, Oregon City. -
3 IN SON'S
Celebrated Kagic Soap Powders !
I'reparcd in C, 12, and 24 lb. Boxes,
R E A D Y FOR W. I SUING !
This n cheaper than Common Soap. It
removes Paint, Tar, Pitch and dirt 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 raode.- Tims labor'saved is
money made ; as wash-boards, trachines and
bard rubbing to wear out clothes, is! entirely
dispensed wi.b, and the. washing for a dozen
persons can be done iu two houia. Thus th
cost of your wahiag being three-fourths less
than by any other process, as you use uo
These Prepared Powders or Soap have not
only proved t euiselvos s upcrior tor washing
any and all kinds of icoods, bat proved after
one year's use not to injure iu the slightest,
degree any fabric of the finest texture ; and,
also the finest -article, for the hands, as it
makes them soft and white, as well as your
clothes. ;, It also -keeps your bauds from
chapping when exposed to the air.
We defy the world to produce its superior
for washing any and all kinds of goods. .
Oar object - is to save your time, expense
hard lano Vaiid especially the woman who
has to wash.
We take pleasure in announcing a few of
the many ladies' names by their consent
who have used our Prepared Magic tioap
Powders, from six months to one year:
Mrs. C. S. s-ilvers,
" A. C. G bhs,
" Dr. Watkins,
W. II. Bennett,
" II. W. Davis,
" B. Wdeox,
" J. Knott,
" Ludd. "
Mrs. Sis W. Brown,
" Dr. McCurdy,
" I. B. Moores,
" Mitj. Berry,
" Graves, ' -!
. Union IluUt.
THE STATE AT I. A 7ME. 1
Amity Mis. Jos. Watt; Lafayette Mrs.
A K Bui bank ; Dayton Messrs James & OU
den ; Forest (Jrov i'Am ess r.-l, om bes t Boston
Curcqltii Messrs Bn'ggs & Kizer ; A than y
:r-. j. B. Sjriner( Mrs. Irwin ; Da I lasers
Barger; Dtbauon Mrs. Halston ; Jijferton ..
.Mrs Walters; Ortyon City A ust introduced,
lor sale Ly uicrchaiits generally. , .... .
Manufactory, Pine st., bc-t. Front and
First. Portland, Oregon.
K-.::iii S. ROBINSON & CO.
TIIRE E - PLY,
OIL - CLOTHS,'
PAPEE -H A N G I N G S," O
LACE-CURTAINS, S:c., &c, "
Vc IVonld Call the attention of par
ties pitting v) houses, or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
OXE OF THE COIIPLETEST
On tlie FieMIc CoskstV
Ow Goods Icing specially selected at
the Factories in England, and the
Fas tern Stales, zee can sell
AT TIIE LOWEST
riss Pi'siaico Prices."
WALTER 15 RO.,
No. SO Front street, between Alder
and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
HOW CAN WE DO IT?
One door south from the corner of "VrsJjinJ
Horrison streets, near the Ytr'.:,'
And buy a few of them Ldfy Pic
tares, which will furnish v,dur
IMrOUTERS AND DEALKRS IN
FINE ENGRA VINGS,
. And MOLDINGS:
rpiIE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
X of Engravings, Croinos, Plain and coJ.
ored Lithograj)hs, etc., ever before otlerQ-i j
in this market, just recei red and fur sa'rj? at"
GEEATLY PvEDUCED PEICJS'"
- also :
Viczcs cf Columbia Rise?? Scenery V
Constantly du Land.
Savier, LaK.cqs & Co., ...
OREGON CIT .
Keen constantly on hand foi sale, fjour
Midimgs, Dran and Chicken Feed. Parti
I ' .. , ,
I ptireliunr feed miist famisli the sacK,
Contractor and ifailder,
miK-f i:. OKECON CITT.
f-g- Will, attctid" io all work in his line, con
sisthig in part of Carpenter and Joiner woU,
framing, building, etc. J obLiog promptly'
J. E. PATT0N, ,
j Successor to II I G GINS d- CO MP ANT, '
j No. fe Frot;t Street, Portland, Oregon,
j Is nov irianid'o taring a superior article of"
j Chem c.d. Olive. Pale and brown Family Soar
"Tr"4 r-j 'Tr-'d "