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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1869)
She lUcekln ntcumsc. !
TOWS AM) COU.Vl'Y.
Blackberries are ripe, and abundant.
Iu this county.
Mrs. Hay den of Vancouver, and the
Sisters of Charity, recommend Robinson
soap, advertised in this paper
Ask for it. j
Ttwiirl lint one thousand persons ning six miles in three mmmes and a half. I lf,s h "an?e oi a business firm is kept
it is said tnat one 1 j He describes the river a being a s.icces- constantly before the public, some new
were in attendance nt the iock ; sion of caacade3 and rapids, running j firi1 may start up, and. by liberally ad
carop meeting on Sunday last, J.ev.-.ir.. tj,r0-ugh nanw an,i crooked defiles in the ! Vtrtls,n?' ln a very short time take the
Sn,.Minn. nreac led 111 WC loieiiuuu.
Work on the u. t,. u. - ;
o. c. j:. k
menced. Track win no i;uu
No. 2 to Portland first
The first iron will i
be landed at Mihvaukie.
TV.mf in the streams of this county j
ore now about as fine as they ever get to i
r.Hies from Portland make frequent I
raids, of late.
wl.efl vtPMmer La- I
The fine littU
(hnf Ih'i Lake, owned by J. C. Trullinger,
t)f Oswego, paid our city a viait a few
Bishop Moni? of this Diocese, will
preach at St. Paul's (Episcopal) church
this evening, and to-morrow morning and
Bead the New Advertisements. And
observe closely the remarks of Mr. John
"Wilson, at the top of the filth column on
the fourth page.
TT,.r, T V.' f.'..vn. t 1lf15
on two or
f'iree occasions of late.
illuminated our j
Sanctum by the pleasant smiles
countenance, and the
niaTitv of his na-
It is expected that the committee of:
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a site for the erection of buildings suita
ble for the Fire Department, will report
at the meeting of the Council on Monday
The city council have levied a tax of
) miiis on mo uouar lor tins year, ine
roll will be placed in the hands of the
the collector, as will be seen by notice
cl-euhere in this paper, on the 2Jd in
q -We wish you tn road the advertise
ment of the National Life Insurance Co.,
ia this paper next week we will tell you
something more favorable about it. If
vou have any idea ot insuring, call upon
Capt. Banghrnan returned home from
White Pine about two weeks ago. He is
now looking about Prget Sound. We
lope someday soon to see Capt. Baugh
viui airain at the wheel.
The Hook and LaIder company of
this city, attlietr last meeting adopted the
name of Cou ub:.y. The Host' company
lave adopted the name Eoi XT.MX. The
machines, are about completed for busi
ness and they will compare favorably
with any in the State.
Tn Justice Court, before A. "Wessels
of Union, on the -1th inst.. judgement was
rendered in favor of Mrs. 11. K. Barlow,
against Win. Happ. for the sum of $21 50
and costs on a civil suit to recover mon
ey only. Both parties were satisfied with
The enertaiument given at Washing
ton Hall, on two evenings of last week
b v a few of the young ladies and gentlemen
of this city as a complimentary benefit
q!o Mr. J. A. Smith was a great success.
We find oarself too closely pursued for
time, to speak of the parts performed in
Mr. and Mrs. Bates will' probably ap
pear in this city at Washington Hall, on
Thursday evening next. The programme
will consist of recitations from Shakspeare.
in costume, with a select afterpeice. We
trust that our citizens will turn out to
welcome Mr. and Mrs. Bates on this occa
sion. Geo Francis Train moves westward
in eavy force. He delivers from two to
twelve three-hour speeches per day, be-
Otdes traveling five to a thousand miles.
Jle goes out to furnish gas to illuminate
the line of the Pacific Railroad. O. II.
My res. 110 First St., Potland, is to furnish
A. Wessels Esq.. has frequently sent
us parcels of choice vegetables this season,
from his garden in Union precinct. Judg
ing from the appearance of these we
must say that Mr. Wessels is not alone en
terprising, in the cultivation of his farm,
but undoubtedly has struck it rich in soil,
lie deserves much credit for the example
he has set to others, by reducing the forests
of this county to a farm,
At the last meeting of the city council
Judge Smith, of the law firm of Mitchell,
Dolph YSsiit.ru appeared for the P. T. Co.,
-and asked for tlie vacation of Water street
for the uses of the comn vnv in construct
ing . Canal for Oav!tion mmnca The
oouoj mauer. together wit i the oaocrs.
was referred to Citv Attorney McCown,
iuid further action will be taken in the
prcniHo'i on Monday next
-. V. If. Vaughn, father of the boy
i- i anh Vaughn, who was admitted to bail
H the- sum of $8,000 for his appearance
. i -
to answer fo
the kiilincr of A. I). La r kin.
.;ias also oeon held to aopoar at the, nert
terin of the Circuit Court to answer to tho
cliargy ot assault upon Supervisor Ilar-
or Intone to kill, wo are not'positive which.
The oxaminaiion in tlui rns. .f f.v..
was heard before Justice Maxwell Uamsbv
of Uppea Molalla. " '
' .i 11 Kl it-!
-We understand that Doctor n T TT
McCord. oil Sunday evening last took oc
casion to denounce us for
for work performed. If Doctor J. If. Me- i
('ord Avill prove to lis that he. is not a!
dead heat ; a supreme bilk; and will show
that 7J.v "practices are not demoralizing, j
amount paid us. I lis trick of lreemg
himself from ropes was fully exposed in
this city oil Sunday evening. We consid -
it him a " bea-rock spiritualist, one
whom the mass ot believers in those phe -
noniena would openly denounce at any
steamer Shoshone, built at old Fort Boise
! for the Salt Lake trade, and since but
; 0f little service, is now lying about sev-
ntv-2ve miles above .uewisTon, ana may
1,- expected at Celiio soon after the next I Jmtry j increasing in population nearly I II experience, an entire success : Simple
rise In the Snake River. Capt. Smith sue- ,7, ywaw- and no I 1
ceeded in bringing her through the Great I tcI how oM t!ie place may be. there are j itmvlt ! that inistakes cannot be made in
Cunvon. which has Ueen the terror ot al!
navigators heretofore, and in one instance
i accomplishing the astonishing feat of run- ,
and rise like a vessel at sea. and reciuir-
ing unerring skill imd dexterity to prevent
ner irom being uasiiea to pieces on the
rocks. Jle succeeded, however, in brino--
ing her through the most dangerous part
of the river in entire safety, but lack of
water prevented him from passing certain
PomU, where it wid be necessary to let
hZ WZt Is Cer" !
; igation on record, and would only be at-
lmpted by one who has braved the ter-
We expect, soon to hear of the success
of Messrs Tickers and Evans, who have
gone up to bring the boats of the Oregon
t Montana Transportation Co., to Pe:ile
Tiiis city furnishes a number of skillful
pilots for the Vallamet river, and when
occasion requires, we can spare one or two
to bring our neighbors boats in out of the
wet. Capt. Smith was accompanied by
Johnny Anderson as Engineer, a fireman,
and three deck hands. Making six per
sons iu all.
Mr. S. Ackerrnan. having purchased
j of the best in the Stale, may hereafter be
found at the new stand. This transaction
gives ...r. ACuerman a very extensive j
:rll, '-? ,' ' ""-""notice to the contrary, are considered as
will oe neceaiv o reduce largely, in ,,-u!,inr tn onnt.imm ..!,-intinn
lauac i uuui iui: in: I MU'.lv.
hence he has determined to sell at cost
for the next sixty days. There is no hum
bug about this. Mr. Ackerman invites all
of his old customers around to see him at
tlie new place of business. Jacob Broth
ers wish us to extend thanks to their old
customers and recommend Mr. Ackerman
as their successor, and advise their old
patrons to call as usual, when they will
be accommodated by their successor the.
SJino in tone-! ii'uf Thi
This change iu
business is an important matter
t.atpu .kicoo wi.i soon uuu e lor iviiop.-, to take a paner from tlie office, or remov
to be absent perhaps six months during -UVr an)1 ieaving it uncalled for is 2vhnt
wiiicli time the whole busmess of the j fi;(.;e evidence of intendonai fraud on the
wr.-gon city agencv ami management or .
, ooteu ... iit wot do couuucieo
his brother Mr. I. Jacob. During his
absence East Mr. Balph Jacob will pur
chase additional m tchinery for the works.
The mill is now busily employed on the
finest of fabrics, and we are informed
rhat the goods made here are sought for
in the most fashionable circles of San
Francisco. The parties interested in this
change of business have been so busy
that they have not had time to prepare
advertisements, which will appear next
week. Mr. J. M. Bacon w ill occupy the
stand made vacant by Mr. Ackerman,
moving the post office and book store into
v -tv o ,
Tlie sum of $G0() has been appropri
ated from the road fund, for the improve
ment of the route leading up the bluff at
this city from the head of Seventh street.
We hope to see some good work done in
that vicinity on this appropriation. There
is not a road about here, excepting the
main thoroughfare between Portland and
Salem, that is. traveled so much as this hill
route. If the petition which is to be pre
sented at the July term, is received with
favor by the County Court, and a new
road is granted from the intersection of
John Quincey Adams and Sixth streets,
by the most direct route via the farm of
.Mr. Holmes, etc.. the people of this city
may soon begin to realize that they have
a road to drive upon. The hill road must
be cut tb)wn considerably in order to
make the upper story " of the city ac
cessible to the inhabitants. But we are
aware of the fact that that this would be
attendant with heavy expense, and that it
will require time to accomplish the object
hence small favors are thankfully re
ceived. The attention of the people living
South-east of this city should be directed
to the matter of a road leading from Ca
nemah to Parrott Creek. It is certain that
the Railroad will destroy the County road
leading parallel with the river, but we
are informed that a practicable route may
be found over the bluff, which will not in
crease the distance, and when completed
would really be a better road than can be
had along the bottom. The Railroad com
pany olfered to build this road at. one
time, but from some cause their propo
sition was not accepted, and so far as the
public are aware now. nothing definite
has been done about the matter. As there
will be a meeting of the County Commis
sioners soon, we are asked to call their at
tention to the subject, and recommend ac
tion on tiie part of the people
We have received from Smith Pros.,
Puena Vista, Polk County, several samples
of stone ware which chaliengcscoinparison
with the best earthen ware ever imported.
This firm has been slowly, bat surely gain
ing a foothold upon this branch of trade
in O'-jgon, fin some five years past, and
it rejoices us to know that at last they have
strength enough to resist an further im
portations. The slone wave of Jhiena Vis
ta should bo purchased by every dealer
in tho Btate. Not a'ons because it is an
Oregon production but because it is the
best article one can buy. It has in its
manufacture no prisonous compounds
and is warranted. An order for butter
crooks, milk pans, preserve jars. jugs, etc..
etc.. should be entrusted to Smith Pros.,
Pucna Vista. Poik Count
are careful shippers.
On several occasions of late the boys
of Oregon Ccity have been caught in acts
of vi'ence pei-'uHrrt'i utjou the Chinese.
I The -Ucst 'Vt !lt of thi charactei that ha.,
eoiue to our knowledge: occurred m tront
tiie Court Hon?
lew evenings since
1 Sheriff Myers. Officer Kelly, and others
'.en- present, ana r-isen.i atyer uuixeu bo- ;
bcr scilsc to the bovs: intimating that if i
; their navtnts did lint cn.l..ivnr tn nnt a !
st0P to snch actions, it would be necessa- j
T for the officers to use the means ia their ;
power to suppress the practice. j
. fAP SOT-t.n1 f, . t, ,. 1
. , . 3 1!1 tue PPr 1
; "antI-'i from time to time. Ifourciti -
; generally wouid take the little trouble I
: to lniorm us ot local events
aloe to make a much hi-
we do even now.
jTlS Some say that It is no use lor tLem
to advertise, that they have been in the
place in business all their lives, and every-
, .vuU1 iuuu oiicn people seem to ;
forget to take in consideration that our !
lading place; some
, . 10 otner parts, and strangers fill j
r P!act's- 1" this age of the world.ua-
place of the older ones, and the latter rust
out. as it were, and be ibrgotton. No
man ever lost money bv judicious adver
tising. ,u Newspapers, hy enhancing the
value of property in their neighborhood.
and giving the locality in which ther are
published a reputation abroad, benefit all, j
Particularly if they are merchants or real
the sum they pay for their support. "Be- j
Sidf'SJ. CVPl'V l5f till! oUl-.r l,r... 1.,.11.1., i
pride in having a paper of which he is not -j
ashamed, even though he should pick it
up in New York or Washington. A good-;
looking, thriving, live newspaper helps to !
sell property, gives character to the lo-.
ca'.iiy, and in all respects i a desirable I
public convenience. If, from any cause. !
the matter in the local or editorial columns j
should not be quite up to your standard, j
do not cast it aside and pronounce it of no J
account, until you are satisfied that there'
has been no more labor bestowed upon it !
than is paid for. If vou want a good read-1
fuue sheet, it must be supported. The
local press is the power that moves the
rnoTKcrrox to Nswsr.vi'Kii FnujsnERS.
The following are the laws of Congress
touching the liability of subscribers to
j. Subscribers who do not give express
2. it subscribers who have not paid, or
der their papers stopped. the publisher may
continue to send them until paid.
o. 1 f subscribers refuse or neglect to take
their papers from the office, they are held
responsible until they settle the bill and
order the paper disontinued.
4. If subscribers remove to another
place without informing the publishers,
and their papers are continued to the
former direction, thov can ho hold re-
. . ......
o.lhe Courts have decided that refusing
nart of the subscriber.
A private letter from Dayton. Yam
hill Co., informs us that Y'amhiil Lodge.
No. 20. I. O. O. F. will soon commence
their new Hail. 25 by 70 feet, over Tay
lor t Ingnlls' store in that place. It is
said they have the best Begalia on the
coast, it was made by Mrs. William Cur
tis, of Philadelphia.
Saddlery. J. II. Schrara, of this
City, is now manufacturing the best Saddlery
land Harness in the State. Be will have at
1 1 Lr- Xi "t tl.i ' l till lUl-'Rii, i 1 Will lllll,' I l I. U I 1 1
rov.i, finished and read' lor sale next month,
and more than that number of Saddles. He
is bound to make a trade with any man wlio
wishes to buy of him. lie 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 his line.
Valuable Land for Sale Cheat1
Wc know of 4S0 acres of good lands for
sale in this county, being the land claim of
J. B. Stout, in w hat is known as theliingold
Settlement. It will be sold in lots to suit
purchasers, on very fair terms. This land
is only 12 rriles from Oregon City. For
further information apply to N. W. Randall,
of this city, or of J . L. Stout, Unity, Baker's
Bay. W. T., or of Andrew Stout, in the above
mentioned settlement. 3 3 : 1 y
Electro Silicon. This curious and
valuable substance is confidently claimed to
be the best article ever discovered for
cleaning and polishing Geld, Silver and
Plated Ware, and all smooth metallic sur
faces, of whatever description, including
kitchen utensils of tin, copper, brass, steel,
" In Time of Peace Prepare for
War." So get a bottle of Dr. Cooper's
Magnetic Balm, an unequaled preparation
for Dysentery, Diarrluea and Cramp. The
instantaneous relief of Burns, Bruises and
Not a Subject of Doubt. That
Newell' s Plumouary Syrup is the most ef
fective and never failing remedy for affec
tions of tlie throat and lungs.
AUCTION AS D COMMISSION
A. II. MiclisiiMlsoii,
AUCTIONE E R !
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Merchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Par and Dandle Iron ;
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Kasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, H. G. Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors.
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer.
W. A. ALDEICn. J. C. MERRILL. JOHN M CF.-iKEX
M'CRAKEN, MERR1LL& GO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
AGENTS OF THE CALIFl
Hawaiian and Oregon Packet L
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island 5? alt. Sandwich Island Sugars, Cotfee,
j K.ce an- l uu reserved
j prufts Vegetables, Pickles and Vinegar,
I Dealers in Hour, Graic, Bacon, Lard &
, wiR attend to the prchaSe, Sale or Ship,
: ment 0f Merchandise or Produce in New
York, San Francisco. Honolulu, or Portland.
ALDR1CH, MERRILL & CO.,
Nos lio-l and 2o6 California Street,
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
li North FrontStreet, Portland.
jr OSHLAND BROTHERS,
PORTLAND AUCTION STORE,
i 9T I irst sL, rorttand,
j jyext Door to Post Ofjice.
the httie trouble 1 xrpporters and Jobbers of Staple and
nts we should be Faucy pry Goods. Grain hags. Burlaps, ftirn
tter paper than ishinir Goods. S We pay the highest cash
i ,u-n"f.tr Wi...T Knrs. aud Hides.
SIMULA SIMILIBUS CUEAlTTUE.
-rr.TmmTi vnnAt TOE MOST AMPLH
CU C1UIWV . , J-
. c, hiirm ess as iu uc lice irum dan
ger and eo efficient aa to be always reliable.
They have raised the highest commendation from
nil T.ri iii alwavs render satisfaction.
all. ami will alwavs renU
1, Cures FCTel,eongL-tiiuii,iuiiiiuiiiiaijuns.Kl
ll OrUlM, una i iviiu vuuv;.
'ryiiir-Colic or Teething of Infants
KiarrlJcea of Children or Adults.. 25
Eysseiitery. Griping, Bilious Colic.25
n:jrl. Colds, Bronchitis '25
Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache..25
Dyspepsia. Bilious Stomach 25
Sunprcssetl, or Painful Periods.. .25
Whites, too profuse Periods 25
('roup. Couh. Dilllcult Breathing. .20
E2 Itr-iiisMtf Imsi. Rhtuniatir. li:iina !
All the above art nut vn in I IA LSwith directions
cmtaliilna double qvaidities each, for 50
The fdUowinq are afro put vp in rials and are
sent at the .ntTe price gicen below.
i ever cz iiSiie, cum r ever, Agucs.K)
blind or Weeding 50
OptSialniy, and sore or weak EycsSO
'atarrli. acute or chronic.InHueiizaT0
W ; o o p i 11 S- V o 11 1 J . v i ol en tcough."H)
Asliirna. oppressed Uroathing 50
Neroi'iiln. enlarged ekmds.swellingsGO
Krojusy, and scanty Secretions 5a
Sea-Sick Mess.siekness from ridin"50
J-.iiney-tIeae, Gravel so
Nervous 2cbillty Seminal
I-Cmivtioiis, involuntary l)is-
titarires 1 00
Sore Month, Canker 50
I "riisary Weakness. wetting be350
I'aiBU'm leriods, with spasms.. 50
KuiEeriiijx at change of life 1 00
iJlil!ieria, ulcerated sore throat. 50
JpPi 211 LY C,l S ES
Of 3.1 to GO larjie vials, mororro
or rosowood t-ae, contain! tif
a ie'i55 for every ordinary
disease a family is u2ject to,
and Oooits oi direction
From $iO to $35
Eiaftller Family and TTravciimr Crtses,
w ith 'JO to 2S vials horn $5 to $8
Specifies for all Iri vate Iiseases.hotli
lor Curing and lor I'rev iUivo
treatment, in vials and pocket cases, $2to$5
Cures ISurus. ISruisos, Lauionoss,
acJie, Earache, Neuralgia, ISlicuma
tisiu, Kiiimbago, IiJe, oils, stings,
Sore Eyes, ISJecdinir of the Iungs,
Nose, Stomach, or of JPilcs; Corns, Cl
fors. Old Sores.
lriee, i oz., 50cis.i Pints, $1 .00 ;
Quarts $ 1.75. '
Z'-fr" These Remedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by the eas.; or single box. are sent -to
any part of the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. EOSDkoadway, New York.
Dr. IIi'MFHRKTS is consulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forma of
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PO I ITLAXJ) ! ViJSIXESS.
Dv T TT XT 1 T rTT
I Me- Mad- Hatch,
3 t? Ct--
The patronage of those desiring First Ciar.s
Oj r.ttiiif's, in respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
X. U. yUrim Ury!,- administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Office Corner of Washington and Fron
streets, Portland. Entrance ou Washington
During my tour of two years
in the Eastern States I have
spared neither tinia nor
monev to make? mvse'f per
fectly familiar with and master of my 'pro
fession. Those, desiring the best work that
the nature of the case will ndniit of can lind
me at my oilice, P"i7 Front street, two doors
above McCormick's book Store, Portland,
DR. J. a. GI.ENN.
Jacob Stitzkl. James B. Urxox.
U J. 1 x J!j II C. U - I. U j
Real Estate Erokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
Wash iw ton streets,
2T Will attend to the sale and purchase
ot Real Estate in ail parts of the City and
State. Special attention given to the sale of
East Portland property.
Address P. O. I'.ox 1i2, Portland. Oregon.
ST1TZEL .1- UPTON,
19.tr ) Jicd Kxtatc lro!;trs.
JJILDBURGII, BROS., k Co.
D. TT. TITLDWRGT-I, )
LOUIS EIXSTF.1N, Portland.
L.IHLDHURGH, Han Francisco.
Importers and. Vlt"!e.ale Itealers in
AH Kinds of Cosfiaa.es !
Scotch r,,dlrhh Whiskies, limn,
Gin, lome$L)C lAquors, Wines,
POIl TLA A Opposite Failings, Front
Street, next door to A. 13. Richardson's.
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S, i. M'CORMICK
Pioneer Bookcellcr ar.d Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as many new ones as may
not be acoiainted with the fact) that he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN T300K STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(exactly orrosiTE moi'xt hood)
Where he is prepared to furnish
IXSTJiUCTIOX LOOKS for all kinds of
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
j MISCELLANEOUS ROOKS,
i CHEAP PUBLICATIONS,
And every other article in the above Iiae.
JAKES A. SMITH,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
AND LICENSED CONVEYANCER.
Bonds, Deeds, .Mortgages. Agreements,
Contracts, and all other kinds of Legal Pa
pers drawn up at short notice. Records ex
amined, and copyinor done. Especial atten
tion given to the adjustment and collection
IsT" Can be found at the Store of S. D.
Francis, Esq.. or at the Court House. 2'itf
A. H. KELL. E A pARKEIt.
BELL & PARKER.
AXD PKAI.Er.S IS
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints,
Perfumery Oils, Varnishes,
And every article kept in a Drug Store. Main
Street, Oregon Citv.
400,000 lbs cf WOOL!!
triiii 1 ir.-.i jiiiiim r -r- 1 r iTrnv
OHEGON CITV, OREGON
Who have just re-opened the Mill after I
a thorough refitting, and are now turning
out some of the finest, and best qualities of
goods manufactured on the Pacific coast,
consisting of all kinds
rind ail kinds
Flannels, IHankets and Yarn,
Which the Company are now offering at
greatly reduced prices.
We invite all merchants to give us a
call at the Mill, or at the agencies of
L. White t Co., Portland; or
Hreyman Pros., Salem; or
Brown Bros, i'c Co., San Francisco.
Any desired styles of goods made to
order, on short notice
R. JACOB, Macaainor A;ent
'27) O. C. M'l'g' Company.
THE STORE OF S D. FRANCIS,
FARMERS WILL FIND A READY AND
PERMANENT MARKET, AND WILL
RECEIVE TIIE BEST PRICES
CURRENT FOR ALL KINDS
S. I. FKAjVCIS,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A SUPPLY OF FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA,
COFFEE, AND SYRUPS OF THE
PEST BRANDS, AND A GOOD
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES, PROVIS
IONS AND STATIONERY, Abb OF
WHICH WILL RE SOLD
AT LOW PROFITS.
Call and examine for yourself hsf ore
Purchasing elsewhere !
MOTTO Do unto others as youicoxild that
others fhouhl do tinto you.
Oregon City, March 25, 1SG0. 22 .tf
JfA IX STREET, OH EG OX CITY,
BARLOW & FULLER,
(Successors to Wortman t Smeppard,)
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 !
And all Articles used for Culinary
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO !
By the Case, or at retail !
Attention is also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells ihe
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
K3 In short. Farmers and the public gen
erally, are invited to call at the City Dakery,
where the truth will he made apparent that
our stock is complete, and our prices reason
able. All kinds of produce taken in exchange
for goods. BARLOW & FULLER
THOMAS B. FIELDS
Wortman & Fields!
Oregon City, Oregon.
Family ioeeries !
Provisions of all Hinds !
Wines and liquors !
Confectionery, Spices !
Canned Fruits and Meats !
And all the Favorite
Brands of Flour and Sugar
Ez5Tke highest market prices paid
for country produce.
JUST RECEIVED a compound to make
fresh Lemonade, the very thing tor
Good Templars and Sous of Temperance
1 At A. Levy's.
a ti - 1 4
x:.in t yct; cv, xt, and we rrr v
' you. Yon h;tv- tvwit cvpry re:tifJy h;it tht ON I
iftin'-d, ty its iutriuf-ic. merit. n Niipcieti. all
I ir prjtirtfiwis. li i. ri't --uqirisin yu .vhonia Ihj
"eieUv-it in rv Sdiiiotliom . i' after th; tiu;ir:-
1 wriincnis you h.ive maao i t" trashy cituiouuUa
uiaUtl ou Uic jtuUic as a Ccrtuki cure; but
or iti rnrrt ! . onciis, mh" i tirNit. .r!iirt.-
iVh'RiI'iiij; t'ouiih. hroiii-iiiiii ami CosisumjHkm. Ttiou
:niul.s t-f iHMple ia t'alifui ni;i funl Oregon have lii.i
Ircaily bwucliUeJ by 1I.0 ouriirising carutiv jiowvr.
irxl with otic rirropl rivo it. thir nnfiniif.oil npr"
Ktlion. Wc iiiiw a-'ilri-ss -ur.-eIves o who are 1.11
tciu:u;aiil Willi this, lli greatest 1'arKteca f llin; ajf.
'or tho hoaliiX ff all ihsuabus of the Throji uu4
'uiis, asstuiiig you that
us cured thonsamls au;l it will cure YOU iT you irf
7hi; invahwhlo 10(1" is plensant. to tho trsto
:orthiiii:. healing and stretintheuing in its el'eets; otv
iiely lif! fniHi ail (hhsoiious or t!:U5eriMs drut
imt jerf.'Ctly harmless uinier jil! ci renin-:! meos.
fertifa-ates Iroin laany jirnmineht citizens of Sak
Trauciaco accompany tvery bottle of
JtrniyOTuN .' FO. AiUs, San rran:?PO.
ALWAYS SAFE! Always Effectual,
Fever and Ague is Speedily and ef
fectually cured hy Dr. E. COOLER'S, Univer
sal Magnetic Halm.
"FRO BONO PUBLICO!"
iY Axj Su2W:
IllUT.Y A VEGETABLE PREPA
RATION. None genuine witliout signatuie
of W. It. strong.
REMINGTON, II0STETTER & CO.,
416 and 41s Front it., San Francisco
Sole and exclusive Agents.
REDINGTON, HOSTETTER & CO.'S
This valuable preparation, containing in
a highly concentrated form all the properties
of Jamaica Oinger, has become one of tho
most, popular domestic remedies tor all diseaa
es of the stomach and digestive organs. Asa
tonic, it will be found invaluable to all persons
recovering from debilit', whether produced
by fever or otherwise; for while it imparts to
the system all the glow and vigor that caa
produced by wine or biandy, it is free from
tlie reactionary etlects that follow the use ol
spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for females
who suffer from difficult menstruation, giving
almost immediate relief to the spasms that
so frequently accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea, caused
by riding in a railroad car, or by sea-sicknes3
or other causes.
It is also valuable as an external application
for Gout, Rheumatism, Neuralmn, etc.
REDINGTOX, llOSTETTE'J Co.,
4.1G and -flS Front st, San Francisco.
Use Electro Silicon,
Or Magic Brilliant.
RED1NGT0H HOSTETTER & Co.'s
For the Handkerchief. .
This article, possessing the most delicate
fragrance of Flowers, is unequalled as a per
fume for the Handkerchief.
FOR THE It A Til !
Used in bathing it imparts strength and en
ergy to the system, and gives that softness
and delicacy to the skin so much desired by
S UXB UE X, FR ECKLES PIMPLES,
Diluted with water it makes an elegant den
tifrice, imparting pearly whiteness to the teeth
sweetness to tha breath, -and renders the
gums hard and of a beautiful color.
It should always be used after shaving dilut.
ed with water, as it relieves all inilammation-
II El) ING TOX, HOSTETTER tf Co.
41G and -ilS Front st., San Francisco.
ELEC TR O SILICON,
- OK -
Direct from Nature's Lahratory.
The Best article ever discovered for cleans
ing and Polishing Gold, Silver and Plated
ware, and all smooth Metalic Surfaces, of
whatever description, including Kitchen uten
sils of Tin, Copper, Brass. Stetl, etc,
To Jewelers and Workers in Gold and Sil
ver Plate the Electro-Silicon is of inestimable
value ; the time saved, and the vexation pre
vented by its use, will forever endear its name
to all who have had evidence of its merits,
REDING TOX, HOSTETTER - C.
S"le Agents, San Francisco
REDIXGTON, HOSTETTER $- Co
EXTRACTS Are the best.
Redington, Hostetter & Co's
Florida Water !
USE NO OTHER.
Unexcolled for Tuile-t Use and for the JCath.
JOID M. BlCOi,'
Successor to JOHN FLEMING,
Court House Building, Maid Strce 'l)
Oregon City, Oregon:
IMT0RTER AND DEALER IN
in IS QCD
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ox HAND
T a large and well selected stock of Books
Stationery, and Drugs, comprising iu part
Standard and Miscellaneous Books;
Medical, Mining, and Scientific
Hooks, Tltcological and Relig
ious Books, Juvenile and
Toy Books, Sabbath and
Hay School Hooks,
III GREAT VARIETY.
Blank Books in Every Style, Pass'
Hooks, Memorandum Books, and
Time Books, Draxoing, Trac
ing and Tissue Paper,
Arnolds', Maynard t Noyes,1 and
David's Inks, Mucilage, Sheet
Music, Music Paper, and
AU of Which he will Sell at the
A General Variety of Drugs and
Patent Medicines, Constantly
on hand, for sale.
' . . . t T
ff School Teachers, and parents of SchoL
ars will find it to their advantage to inspect "
my stock and prices, before purchasing else
where. xitzr Books Imported to Order. Orders res
pectfully solicited and promptly filled.
63" Agent for the San Francisco Times, and
Eastern periodicals, and papers.
DREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, PIES,
flew Firm !
Diller & Miller!
Proprietors of the lonj established
West Side Slain Street,
Oregon City .... .Orejron.
Take pleasure in slating to the public
that they have formed a copartner
ship for the purpose of better
Accommodating their Patrons!
And that they will continue the Mamt,'
facture of Bread, Pies, Cakes,
Boston, Butter, Sugar and
Soda Crackers, -c. -c.
OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Has been Doubly Increased by this"
change., 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 tcill 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-iw
A F. MILLER. -
Celebrated Magic Soap Powder !
Prepared in G, 12, and 24 lb. Boxes,'
READY FOR WASHING
This is cheaper than Common Soap. It :
removes Paint, Tar, Pitch and dirt of everv
description ; and which has given stlch gen-'
eral satisfaction, by proving that your wash
ing can be done with one-half the time and
labor 01 the old mode. 'Ihus labor saved is -money
made ; as wash-boards, machines 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
cost of your washing being thj'ee-fonrths 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 goods, but proved after
one year's use not to injure in the slightest
degree any fabric of the finest texture ; and, -also
the finest article for the hands, 'as it'
makes thera soft and white, as well as your
clothes. It also keeps your hands ironi
chapping when exposed to the air.
We defy the world to produce its superior '
for washing any and all kinds of goods.
Our object is to save your time, expense.
hard labor, and 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 Irepared Magic Soap
Powders, from six months to one year :
Mrs. C. S. Silvers,
" A. C. Gibbs,
" Dr. Watkins,
W. II. Bennett,
" II. W. Davis,
" It. Wilcox,
" J. Knott,
Mrs. Sis W. Brown,
" Dr. McCurdy,
" I. R. Moored,
" Maj. Berry,
THE STATE AT LARGE.
Amity Mrs. Jos. Watt ; IafayetU Mrs.
A R Burbank ; Dayton Messrs James & OU
den ; Forest Grove MessrsCombes & Buxtou
Corvallu Messrs Brijrgs & Kizer ; Albany-
Mrs. J. B. Springer, Mrs. Irwin ; )z7a.?,Mrs
Barger; Lebanon Mrs. Ralston ; Jefferson
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.
J. E. PATTOW,
Successor to HIGGINS COMpANVr
No. S Front Street, Portland, Oregon,
Is dow manufacture a superior ar!idy
Chemical. Olive, Pale and Brow Family
Soap which he will sell at ija Francis eg
Pitt nrttrf?mm tr?