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I)c ftkckln, Enterprise.
Grsgcn City, Grogon ,
D. 31. McKENNEY, Editoh.
John Myers, Financial Agent.
.4 "iv, .
August 23, 1869.
The Orcgonian says :
"What a spectacle it would be to
pee Brownlow and Andrew John
son side by side in the United
States Senate ? Yet would not
these two men, with all their ego
tism, coarseness and vulgarity,
faithfully represent Tennessee?
No doubt each would like to have
the other for a colleague, just -by
way oi contrast, so as to Lave
somebody always at hand to empty
the vial of their wrath upon.
Andrew Johnson was elected
Vice President of the United States
by the Kepublican party, in 1SG4,
and was lauded by the Republican
press, as a very loyal man from the
South, and consequently an anom
aly and a big gun. This fulsome
praise lasted but a short time,
however, for when the managers
of that party unmasked their true
designs, and openly commenced
the dcmolishment of a Republican
form of government aud the erec
tion of a t viTiimieal, Congressional
Oligarch v, Andrew Johnson rcfus-
. 7 mi
cd to act with them in their nefa
rious schemes, and by his patriot
ism aud firmness, kept them some
what in cheek. For such patriot
ism he was immediately denounced !
by the Republican press as disloyal
and "coarse haired," and the sen
timent of that party towards him
lias finally settled down into a deep
But until within a very short
time, Parson Brownlow has been
fin ITltrn. Rnrnnnrst lrnrTor of tho
radicals, and in consideration there
of, has been treated by the Repub
lican press as tho vicegerent of
God in tho management of the af
fairs of this muddled government ;
but the poor old man has slacken
ed his mad career, and consequent
ly has fallen from his high estate
and is becoming " coarse haired,"
Unfortunately for him, in the
late Tennessee election, he gave his
inlluencc for Scnter, the conserva
tive candidate for Governor.
Whether through his influence or
not, Tennessee elected Scnter, and
also a Democratic Legislature, and
the radicals blame Brownlow for
their defeat. The election in Ten
nessee was a Democratic triumph
and that State will elect Anrew
Johnson or some other conservative
man, to fill the place in the United
State Senate, now occupied by the
Radical David T. Patterson. And
because this will be the result, and
Jjccause the Parson acted with the
conservatives, and did right this
'once, and perhaps only time in his
life, the Orcgonian sees in the old
man nothing but egotism, coarse
ness and vulgarity. Some men
become very ungrateful, unless
you pour upon them a never ceas
ing stream of favors.
"Wc find the following little paro
dy in the Illustrated News, of San
Francisco, and thinking it quite ap
priate to the times, we republish it.
Yet, lest the Orcgonian should re
gard its appearance in this paper
as another thrust at its particular
friends and favorites, and another
unhallowed Democratic eflbrt to
bring reproach upon an extensive
embryo portion of the great Re
publican party, we say pardon us,
and then let the music flow
"TR are Cotninj Father Koopmftnschap."
A BALLAD ET " FLI m."
Dedicated to the commercial gentleman
who recently cllored to import 100,00a
Coolies into the United States :
We are coining Father Koopmanachap
A hundred thousand strorsg.
We will bear each man a rice-ba
ADd each vnll beat a gong,
Wc will drive the Sambo's lively
Before our moon-eyed hosts.
And whip the poor white trash, sir,
From cut these golden coasts ;
Then we'll take this mighty nation
And sell it for a song ;
For we're coming Father Koopmanschap,
One hundred thousand strong !
"Something net tinder tlio 6oi.'
The Orcgonian has captured a
new idea, sure enough. It has learn
ed that the Democratic party in
duced the first China immigration
to this country. It says :
" Under Mr. Buchanan's admin
istration, treaties were formed with
China, and thousands of these peo
ple flocked to America. Xo eliort
was made to stop them. The lie
publican party have added no in
ducements for them to come, which
did not exist when that party ob
tained control of the government."
Unfortunately for the editor of
that paper, he has been misinform
ed upon that subject. It is true,
that during the time of Air. Buchan
an's adaiinistration, treaties of com
merce Tcre concluded between the
United States and China, and an
advantageous trade was opened and
established with that country, and
that was all ; it was enough.
The fact that a civilized and
christian nation can, and does, hold
profitable commercial relations with
a pagan people, is no reason why a
christian nation should incorporate
pagaus and paganisms into its so
cial, religious,and political systems.
There were no politicians then who
desired Chinamen for political pur
pose and no inducements were
held out to Chinamen to emigrate
to this country, and but few came,
at that time.
But the phraseology of the Orc
gonian when it says "under lUr.
Buchanan's administration treaties
were formed with China, and thou
sands of those people flocked to
America," is ambiguous and well
calculated to convey a wrong im
pression. The Orcgonian would
certainly not have the hardihood
to assert positively that the treaty
made duriug Mr. Buchanan's ad
ministration was the cause of
Chinamen quitting their own coun
try, and immigrating to the Uni
ted States. Such was not the fact,
for, as before stated, but few came
at that time, and the few that did
come were not caressed and petted
by the administration, or by mem
bers of the Democratic . party, as
superior beings from a Heavenly
Kingdom, Yet a person careless
ly reading the sentence last quoted,
mi glit infer that the treat v made
under Mr. Buchanan's administra
tion was the cause of an immense
Chinese immigration to the United
States. The responsibility of this
odious China immigration policy
cannot be fastened upon tho Dem
ocratic party by such insinuations
The Orcgonian is again mistaken
when it asserts that " the Republi
can party have added no induce
ment for them (the Chinese) to
come, which did not exist when
that party obtained control of the
government." Now let us exam
ine the fact3 in the case and sec
how they stand. The Republican
party was not satisfied with the
treaty made during Mr. Buchan
an's administration. Hence, in
1807, a new treaty was made be
tween the United States and China,
and the following Republican im
provements added, viz: That
" Chinamen visiting or residing in
the United States shall enjoy the
same privileges, immunities and
exemptions in respect to travel or
residence as may be enjoyed in
the United States by citizens of
the 77iost favored nations."
Again: "The United States
freely agree that Chinese subjects
shall, without hinderance on ac
count of their nationality or re
ligion be admitted to all schools,
colleges, and other public educa
tional institutions, without being
subject to any religious or political
Now, if the treaty made with
China during Mr. Buchanan's ad
ministration wa3 the inducement,
and the cause, of China immigra
tion to this country, why did the
Republican party change it in
18G7, and grant the China emi
grants to this country the same
privileges and immunites enjoyed
among us,by foreign citizens of the
most favored nations? And fur
ther, since the treaty of 1S67, the
Chinese have been flocking to this
country in perfect swarms. And
not only EO) but since the late
treaty, the radical press, and radi
cal leaders, have been continually
crying out for more chinamen, and
cheap labor, and boldly step forth
as the champions of the celestials.
Now, can there be a doubt in the
mind of any reasonable person, who
lias read the China treaty of 18G7,
and the Republican jaPcrs since
that time,as to -which party induced
Chinese immigration, or in regard
to which party arrays itself in be
half of the Chinese, and against
the white laborers? If there is,he
is one whose political bias closes
his vision against facts, clear as the
noon-day sun. The radicals would
not work so zealously for a Demo
cratic scheme. But, in speaking
about the Chinamen sending a
large portion of their earnings to
China, the Orcgonian admits the
fact, and says :
lias he not a right to do what
he pleases with his money? What
business have canting demagogues
to interfere? Besides, has he not
created by his labor among us a full
equivalent for the money which has
been paid him? Do not the products
of his labor remain? This, certainly,
cannot be sent out of the country.
That is so, and is sound Repub
lican logic; the country would have
the benefit of the Chinaman's labor,
but that would be all. But, by the
Democratic policy of employing
white labor only,the country would
receive the benefit of their labor,
and the laborers would spend their
money in the country, for the nec
essaries of a decent and comfort
able livelihood, and the country
would have the benefit of the money
in addition to the labor ; and in ad
dition to all these, it would have,
in its white laborers, respectable
and beneficial citizens, which it
cannot have in theChincsc laborers.
Let laborers, merchants, and all
others interested in the welfare of
the country, think well upon this
subject, before they decide in favor
of the China labor movement.
The movement in favor of cheap,
China labor, is nothing but the
scheme of " canting demagogues,"
for political purposes.
A S1G5XFXCAKT FACT.
The Orcgonian of Monday, says :
Wra. II. Seward bought land for
the government in Alaska, but
when he came to bu viand for him
self, he bought in low a-. He and
O. B. Matterson own some 40,000
acres of choice prairie in Bremen,
Hamilton, Wright, Webster, Poca
hontas and Calhoun counties of
This reminds us of what a gen
tleman said, a few days since. He
said that Democrats, in their sim
plicity, conducted the government
on economical principles, during
the time they had control of it ; the
consequence of which was, Demo
crats, as a general rule, retired from
office with less money and property
than they had when they were
called to the discharge of official
But with this state of things the
people were not satisfied ; like the
Jews of old, who tired of a Theoc
racy, and wanted a King, the peo
ple desired and obtained a change
by bringing the Republican party
into power. And the whole beauty
of the change is found in the fact
that their chosen men live fast, have
plenty of money, enjoy all the
emoluments and honors appurte
nant to official position,which,under
the new regime, are very extensive,
and finally retire from ofiice million
aires. In other words they buy
poor lands for the government, and
rich lands for themselves ; and all
bought, too, with the money wrest
ed from the working classes, by un
just and burtheusome taxation.
Another change is needed.
On the first page of to-day's pa
per, wc publish a lively little story
which tells how a naughty little
woman whipped her husband, and
actually conquered him, without
using cross-words,the broomi-stick,
or the' too of her slipjicr. Read it
ye affectionate and confiding, but
much abused husbands, and be as
sured that you have the bachcloric
sympathies of the Editor of this
paper, for all your sufferings occa
sioned by the surrender of your
liberties, when 3-011 took upon your
selves matrimonial bondage. But
notwithstanding our sincere sym
pathy, it may be well for you to
avoid the causes which brought
submission and humiliation upon
poor Herbert Ainscourt, lest you
also bring down upon your de
voted heads angelic female wrath,
A GREAT STATESMAN.
The Orcgonian says :
President Grant, in a long pri
vate letter to Dent recently written,
said: "I have said, and I now re
peat it, that if the Conservatives
are to win, I would prefer your
election to that of any other per
son likely to be elected, but as
matters now look it seems that the
weight of my influence should be
given to the other party. I earn
estly hope, however, that, before
the election, concessions will le
made on both sides, so as to unite
all friends of the reconstruction
What a magnificent thing it is
to have a great statesman forPres
ident a President who can easily
lay aside his official duties, and de
vote a large portion of his valuable
time to looking after State and
District elections, and give his
powerful official influence for the
sole, and great purpose of securing
the election of his party friends,
and thereby keep his own party in
It is true, that the country is
groaning under an enormous debt,
the greater portion of which was
fraudulently contracted ; that dis
honest officers are openly and con
tinually embezzling the money
collected from the people for the
ostensible purpose of paying this
debt ; and that the government is
floundering in several serious for
eign complications, besides other
national matters requiring immedi
ate attention, but what are all
these, compared with the import
ance of a District election, where
there is danger of a radical loosing
the ofiice he goes after ? Nothing,
for loyalty must and shall be pre
served, says our radical friend.
And hence, we say, it is a great
thing to have for President, a
Statesman who will perform pap
for his party, and use his official
and fatherly influence to control
every little local election, where
his aid is asked by his party chil
dren. O, THAT BOY !
Contrary to our expectations,
that great, overgrown boy of the
Orcgonian, persists in making wry
faces and calling us nick names.
Such proceedings by small urchins,
are sometimes smart, antic and
amusing ; but when a boy is large,
large enough to let his pantaloons
down and wear them long, man
fashion, we think it is in very bad
taste for him to make wry faces
and call ugly nick-names, or stand
with his hands in his pockets and
whistle while his friends are talking
to him. And as a friend, we frank
ly suggest to the editor of the Or
cgonian that he ought to quit such
practices, and instead thereof, talk
on the subject under consideration.
We would also suggest that he
quit playing champion for China
men, for they are a little too filthy
and disgusting to be ever manufac
tured into citizens and voters, ac
ceptable to the American people.
And we would also, further sug
gest that when he writes those pret
ty and witty, sarcastic little per
sonal hits, he show them to his ju
dicial Pa, before publishing them.
And in conclusion, we will say that
these few suggestions are made in
a friendly feeling, and are prompted
by a personal solicitude for the wel
faro of the young man at the helm
of the Orcgonian.
EriOCII O. ADAMS.
This individual has seen proper
to make a most scurrilous personal
attack upon us, consisting of base
falsehoods, uttered in very low, ob
scene language. No gentleman
will, utter falsehoods against an
other, and the individual is low
down, indeed, who will utter such
falsehoods in obscene language,
thinking that he will be admired
for such things, and none but a
scoundrel and a coward will screen
himself behind his paper, and at a
safe distance, to say things which
he would not even dare hint at, in
the presence of the person assailed.
This fellow Adams has availed him
self of such protection.
But we cannot descend to the
plane of obscene vulgarity in which
he moves, neither could he compre
hend proper a"d courteous language
if addressed to him ; we shall, there
fore, not multiply words with him,
but strike his paper from our list of
exchanges, and nev er notice him
again, through the columns of the
The radical county court of the
radical county of Caldwell, recent
ly ordered the Sheriff of that coun
ty to sell two poor women, one of
them with two children, without
the means of support, " to the low
est bidder for one year !" Had
these poor persons been negroes,
and the county court democratic,
what an awful howl would have
been raised by the radical press.
But as they were only poor white
folks, and the county court radical,
we havn't heard a whimper from
the radical press on the subject,
save from the Missouri Courier,
which expresses its indignation on
the subject in Missouri, the boast
ed land of equal rights for all, or
where not in South Carolina
for to-day South Carolina dare not
offer for sale a human being, black
or white, upon the auction block.
It seems reserved for Caldwell
county, Missouri, to begin the
work of reinstating human slavery.
What says our constitution"?
" There cannot be in this State
either slavery or involuntary ser
vitude, except in punishment for
crime, whereof the 2arty si tall have
been duly convicted" (Art. 1. Sec.
2.) Prav, what is this but selling
for one year into involuntary ser
vitude ? In the name of radical
Missouri we ask the count v court
of Caldwell county at once to re
consider its barbaric action and
blot from the records its unconsti
tutional decree." Boone Comity
The Radical papers of this
State professed to 'be a good deal
shocked at the spectacle of Glas
gow, Howard county, selling a ne
gro vagrant at public auction for
'S18. But not a word of condem
nation, so far as we have seen, lias
been uttered at the recent sales by
the Count-Court of Caldwell, a"t
public auction, of Mary Ferrington
and her two children, and Margaret
McCullough, poor whites, to the
lowest bidder for one year. Had
these women and children been
negroes, and the officials Demo
crats, we should have had a howl
that would have done credit to so
many Dervishes. &t. JLouis llc
pubUcan. I-Vec Missouri.
The following is published in a
recent issue of the Kingston, (Mo.)
Caldwell Co. ticnthid, as among
the official proceedings of the coun
ty court of that county :
"The sheriff was ordered to sell
Mrs. Mary Ferrington and her two
children, and Margaret McCul
lough poor persons without means
of support to the lowest bidder for
Wiley Smith bought Margaret
McCullough for 250.
John 31. Mabe bought Mary
Ferrington and her children for
The Ncjjro Omnipotent in "Wash in r
ton Special dispatch to the Ilepuib
lican. Washivotox, July 10.
The Mayor of this city transmit
ted his annual message to the Coun
cil this evening in which he rec-
omends that the colored schools be
incorporated with the white public
school and placed under the same
management, conducted under the
same system, and share impartially
in all respects the same advantages
as enjoyed by the white schools.
He says t lie distinction of color is
no longer recognized here in the
charter, at the ballot-box", in the
courts, lecture rooms, public halls
of amusements, nor in the City
Councils, and should be eliminated
as speedily as possible from the
public school system. ThcM.ayor
also sent to the Councils to-night
fifty-five nominations for corpora
tion, offices, about one-third of
whom are colored, the principal
one being George B. Vashon, col
ored, Trustee for white schools.
Politeness of lien Wade.
The lugaro of July 28th, has the
During his visit in San Francisco
bold Ben Wade was asked out to
dinner, to meet Mayor McCoppin
and others, and at table was placed
at the Mayor's right. The subject
ofChmcse immigration and suffrage
came up. Wade, in his "bluff"
manner, blurted out to the gentle
man next : " Well, why shouldn't
the Chinese come here and have all
the rights and privileges? They
are a d d sight better than the
Irish !" Mr. .McCoppin, of course,
had too much respect for his host to
resent this insult in a violent way,
but he arose and left the table.
After he had left, a gentleman said
to Wade : " Perhaps you were not
aware, when you spoke, that the
Mayor is an Irishman by birth ?'
" I don't care if he is," was the re
ply, " I am ready to uphold all I
Such rudeness would set well
upon some " rough," but it is
hardly becoming in a Senator of
the United States. But such ex
pressions are not confined exclusive
ly to " bold Ben Wade."
Other lovers of the Chinese fre
quently use the expression : "They
are a d d sight better than the
Irish." I his antipathy of the China
lovers, for the Irish, is explained
by the fact that Irishmen gencrally
vote the Democratic ticket.
The Fifteenth Amendment.
Washington", August 5th.
The records of the State De
partment show the following re
garding the State action on the
Fiftec 'iith Amendment : Com
plete ratification: Xorth Carolina,-
West Virginia, Mississippi,
Wisconsin, Maine, Lousiana, Mich
igan, South Carolina, Pennsylva
nia, Arkansas, Connecticut," and
Florida 12, Defective ratifica
tion Kansas and Missouri. Kc
jected Deleware aud Kentucky.
Casualties in Kcvuda
Virginia Citi August 2-itli.
B. Maestretti a native of Italy,
loved a countrywoman, the sister
of Angolo Lombardi but the broth
er objec ted to the arrangement and
quarreled with 3faestrelti, and con
cluded this disagreement by shoot
ing him through the head with a
revolver, causing instant death.
To-day Lombardi gave himself up
and is now in prison. Street ver
sions of the affair represent it as a
case of murder the most foul.
A little step-son of John Bray,
while following his kite, walked
backward into a shaft near the Im
perial Company's works and fell a
distance of one hundred and fifty
feet. A windlass and rope were
immediately procured, aud a man
went down and found the boy alive
and brought him up; but he soon
died of Ids injuries.
Jackson, Mi.-s., August 23.
Gen. Ames has issued an order
to theCommanders of the military
posts in the St; te, directing them
not to obev in future any writ of
habeas corpus issued by the Uni
ted States District Attorney, or
an order from such Court for the
release of prisoners ; also directing
them to report by telegranh the
service of such writ or order.
Theft lYusn the 21 int.
San FiiANC sco, August 22.
A deficit of 700 ounces of gold,
valued at $12,000, has been discov
ered in j.he U. S. Branch Mint.
The deficit occurred in the coining
department, while under charge of
William Schemuls, former coiner.
Mr. Schemuls will give security for
the payment of the amount 'mis
sing ! No clue has been discover
ed to fasten the guilt on any one. (
Ciirc.vfjo, August 23.
A morning paper publishes a
story nucleating several avvj
Yard officials in frauds, said to
amount to -si 00,000 yearly.
Slave Presidential Eh -1ic uteri itjj.
CmoAfiO, AugMt 23.
The Ilrpulliearis Washington spe
cial thinks the Mississippi Conser
vatives will not nominate Dent for
Governor since Grant so evidently
discountenances his movement.
Probably -V. K. Browne will re
ceive the nomination. The contest
will be directly between the Be
publieans and Democrats. A com
mittee of Texas Badical Bepubli
cans address a letter to Secretary
Boutwcl!, asking sympathy and
aid from the Administration.
Ifiisjc-ell ;i si ec 1: s.
riHCACi), August 23.
The 7v7y?7e-!Ncw York special
says the cert ill cat e of incorpora
tion of the Mediterranean & Orien
tal Steamship Company, to run
from Norfolk to Cadiz thence to
Suez, was filed on Saturday in the
Count y Clerk's ofiice.
Officer 3ni!er, who was so mys
teriously carried oft by the schoo
ner Ferguson, returned yesterday,
having been placed on board a Chi
cago bound vessel. The crew re
fused to release t he custodian who
had been placed in charge of the
schooner, aud the captain avowed
his intention of placing him on
sonic uninhabited island. The
crew once made a demonstration
against Miller, but he was saved
from violence by a brother Mason.
"A I21A1 1MUTY."
The Democratic. It polled, in
Js'iU 2 2 in ) '7
IsC-t (exclusive of the Soutli).l sii y.:4
"Which makes Gov. Seymour's
vote nearly a million more than
President Buchanan's, and 483,
59G more than " Old Abe's."
A wife in San Francisco put a pe
tition for divorce in the court, on
the ground that her husband was a
" counfounded fool." The court
wouldnt admit her plea, because al
most every married man would be
liable to the same imputation.
The well-known stallion Fear
naugnt was sold in Boston for o -000.
The cattle disease appeared at
SLrewesLury. The bronchial tube
of the animals killed is filled with
Valuable Laxd for Sale Ciieai
We know of 489 acres of good lands for
sale in this county, being the laud claim of
J. L. Stout, in what is known as theTlin"-oH
settlement. It will be sold in lots toM
purchasers, on very fair terms. This land
is only 12 rrile from Oregon Ci'v Eor
further information apply to W. liandull,
V .! vCP' r Jf lJ- 8t0ut' Un,y. taker's
laj , . 1 or of Andrew Stout, in the above
mentioned settlement. 13:ly
TOB PRIXTIVCi R.ITT.V l?V17. TTnn
O edattUc ENTER HiLfE OEEICK. j
to Miss M A RTl i a o 1 t i'tii r-r 1 fcalem
house of the bride's father in Canem.V the
the 25th day of August ISCli. A?d 5c
same nine and piaco, Mr. AARON VtCKr '
to Miss i.TIA PHILLIPS, both oi OrI?S
IS STILL AT HIS 'OLD STAND
CORNER OF MAIN axd SIXTH STREET
ORLGON CITY, OREGON.
XTJIERE II E WOULD INVITE, ?
T ? friends, and the public in general, t0 I
call and examine his stock, consisting 0' i
general assortment of f
Ilitls soid. Caps, ,
r,-v" Having from many years' experience
THE SECRET OP SlTf'PPSia f
LIE3 IN SMALL PE0EITS! f
OFFER SCCII INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
S. It-nee the Cry of I'oriland Prices!
Oregon City, August J&j-lh, 1SG9.
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for the acquirement of a practical
Easiness Education. Tuition
In the Commercial Department, $T2 per Qr.
huit me ouperinieuuence 01 1. 11. (Jraw-
The Course in the
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Reside tl e usual English studies, embra
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especially recommended to those who cannot
spend six ye;irs in College.
2'?" Voting Ladies a; e under the immedi
ate care of the Preceptress, Miss Erni'y J.
York. For new Catalogue, containing names
of Graduates and fp.il information,
Addles : T. M. GATC1I, Principal,
42. j Portland, Oregon.
Coiitracor and Euilder,
Ma st., OREGON CITY.
Will attend to all work in his line, cm
sistmg in part of Carpenter and Joiner wur
framing, building, etc. Jobbing iroJuptl
ANDREW WILLIS. "WM. lUIOUGHTO.V.
WILLIS h BR0UGHT9N.
Having purchased the interest fj
of S. Cram, in the well known fTV
LIVER V S TABLE
One door west of Excelsior Market. Ormi
announce that tr.ev wnl at all times
keep good horse;
ard carriages to let, ;it
Horses bought and sold
or kept br the day or week.
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of his premisesat the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Oregon City & Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased to call, that he is now prepared, wifu
ample room, good materials, and the very
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turn out all
complete any sort of a vehicle from a com
mon cart to a concord cach. Try me.
liiaeksmithiiig, Horse or Ox-shoeing, and
general jobbing neatlv, mnekly and cheap
ly done. DAVID SMff II.
Opposite Excelsior Market
II. C. MYER;
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
We also constantly keep on hand
SALEM C A S S 1 11 E R E S, E LA XN ELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which wc will sell at the Factory Prices
and will take wool iu exchange.
rWe will also par the highe.-t price for
Euner. Eggs, and ail kinds of good count'.7
produce. We will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
JCOT Give us a call and satisfy yourselves.
Br. J, II. HATCH,
Late Mack Sr llatcJt
D E N TI ST.
The patronage of those desiring tint Cts$
Ofxt'ollonx, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. li. Sitrout O.njde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Offick Corner of Washington and Fiop.
streets, Portland. Entrance crn Washing1011