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ljc lUcckhj (Enterprise.
TOWN AXD COUNTY.
improvement of Navigation at tfrc
It is a fact well known to residents of
Oregon, and to persons who Lave visit
ed the Willamette valley, that the ob
struction to navigation occasioned by the
falls in the Willamette River at this place,
has been a great annoyance, not only to
. :., , ino- ihn River.
persons engaged in
but to shippers also. Iloats on the lower
river can run up to this point, but no fur
ther, and up to 1SC7, boats on the Upper
Willamette could couie down toCanemah,
half a mile above the wharf of the boats
on the lower river, and no further, and
passengers had to make the trip between
the boats by land, and freight and bag
gage had to be transported by laud the
.same distance, frequently occasioning
vexatious delay, and damage to goods.
At first, the portage was made by wagons
and over the County road, and afterwards
by means of a tram road. Eut these have
bw-en, in a measure, superseded within the
past few years by more substantial im
provements and conveniences.
In loo, The Peoples' Transportation
Company began building u break water,
extending from a point within 250 feet of
the landing for the boats on the lower
river, to Canetnah. which, with the main
shore on the East side, forms a basin. In
two years after it had been commenced,
the work was so far completed as to be
serviceable, and, in ordinary stages of
water, boats on the upper river, could
pa.s into this basin, and thereby go around
and below the falls, to a point within L'."0
feet of the boat landing, below the falls.
The Company then b.vi . a large ware
house, extending from the boat landing
at the lower end of the basin, to Hie boat
binding fur the lower river boats, through
which, passengers and freight could be
conveniently, and safe!- passed from one
boat to the the other, at any season of the
year, or in any kind of wheather
This breakwater and ware house, has
cost the company up to this time, about
one hundred and thirty thousand dollars,
and upon these improvements the Com
pany paid to Clackamas county, in lbGS,
the sum of $2,25'.).'.)'.), taxes for that year,
but notwithstanding such heavy expenses,
river transportation must pay pretty well,
for this enterprising company has now a
large force at work, cutting away rock,
and deepening the channel at the place
where the upper, or guard lock is to be
in their proposed canal, and they say,
that they intend to continuously push the
Owork ahead until the canal is completed.
The East Side Railroad runs parallel
with, and close to the river, and is rapidly
progressing towards the completion of the
first twenty miles, and those engaged in
water transportation are preparing to
compete with it.
These facts show a rapid development
of this whole valley, if nothing more, for
if there was not an increased demand lor
transportation, men of capital would cer
tainly not incur such heavy expenses to
increase the facilities of transportation.
And if this valley develops as rapidly
during the next four years, as it has in
the past four, there will be an abundance
of business for both Railroad and river.
Anything that is of Oregon invention
is of course a great deal better than other
inventions. On Thursday our attention
was directed to a new novelty which will
hereafter be known as Haines' Patent
inch-fastner.,? It is without question just
the thing for Packers, equestrians and
equestriennes. Not having had very ex
tensive experience as a packer we of
course should allow our judgment in this
matter to be inilucnced somewhat by the
judgment of persons better acquainted
with the business, hence we referred the
gentlemanly proprietor of this new
-invention to our old friend, Mr. A. 13.
Richardson, of Portland, whose experiences
as a packer, in the early days of Washoe,
qualify him to give an opinion upon Its
merits, worth something.
o It is useless for any one to try to be
better "fitted" than Myers, 110 First
street Fort land, can do for them. For
gapipe Myers is certainly the man you
should employ. We would call attention
to the fact that Myers has jnst received a
splendid lot of new pumps. If you need
anything in his line, call upon him. Sec
The State Agricultural Society will
hold its next Annual State Fair on the
grounds of the Society at Salem, begin
ning on the 11th day of October. As
usual, weEshall expect to see Clackamas
County well represented. We believe
that there is not a branch of business car
ried on in this city, but what could take
first and second premiums if the mechanics
would allow themselves to compete.
Mr. 1). Wright is now canvassing this
county for a work entitled " The Sights
and Secrets of the National Capital.- It
is an interesting book and is well worth
lis price. Mr. Wright soes to Yamhill
-IVrpont Thayer delivered some
Shakespearean readings in this city lat
evening, which were highly entertaining
Mr. Thayer will take a trip up the valley
and deliver readings at the principal
C-Utr Meeting. The Southern Motw
dists held a camp meeting on Eagle Creek
ia this county, commencing Aug. 12th and
ending on tho 17th, which resulted in 3o
additions to the Church.
Mr. D. Wright is authorized to t-pp,-.;
subscriptions to the lLsiLiinn.
Love and Liberty, by Alex. Dumas,
e great French author, is in press, and
will be published in a few days, by T. B.
Petterson & Brothers, Philadelphia. Any
thing that Dumas writes is entertaining.
and it will command a very large sale,
being a narrative of the French Revolu
tion of 1792, the interest is intense from
the first- page to the last. The price is
only $1 75. bound in cloth. The follow
ing new books are having immense sales,
and should be read by all : Mrs. South
worth's " Pride's Fate." " Changed
Brides." " How He Won IIer,?; and
Fair Play' Mrs. Stephens' " Curse of
Gold," "Mabel's Mistake," and Doubly
False, "" The Woman in Red," and " TLe
Breitmann's Ballads" in one eloth volume
with a glossary.
Pktek's Mlsical Monthly. Wo have
received the August Number of Peters'
Musical Monthly, published by J. L.
Peters, New York, at $3 per annum.
It contains eight excellent j.eicts of new
music, among which may be named a song,
God help my boy at Sea ; Comii g Step, a
March; Golden Chimes, a Mazourka, and
the Honey Suckle Waltz.
California Mkotcal Gazette. The
Medical Gazette for August. Published by
A. Roman & Company San Francisco, at
live dollars a year, is before us. It is a
monthly Journal of Medical and Surgical
Science, and we should" think, invaluable
to the medical profession. The present
number contains articles on Abscess of the
of the liver, and the manner of treating it.
American and European Medical Science,
Chemistry of the Cinchona Barks ur.d
Vesicle, absorption, as well as many other
articles of interest.
Sax Fuaxcisco Illustrated News.
We have received Xo. 1 of Vol. 1 of the
above paper. It is aot quite up to its
Eastern cotemporaries in artistic skill, but
is quite creditable. As might be ex
pected the scenery and art of the Pacific
coast furnish the subjects for the majority
of its illustrations.
Tim Manufacturer axd Builder.
Yvro have received the August Xo. of this
most excellent Monthly, published by
Western & Company, New York, at SI 50
per annum. It is filled with varied and
instructive matter, -interesting to every
reading person, and should be read by
every manufacturer, mechanic and build
er in the country.
Amkrtcax Agriculturist. We have re
ceived the August number of the Ameri
can Agriculturist, published by Orange
Judd A: Co. New York at SI 50 per year.
It intelligently and fully discusses the va
rious operations of farm life, and is inval
uable to all engaged iu agricultural pur
suits. The American- Stock Journal. All
kinds of Stock-keeping, Farm and Dairy
matters are treated of in a clear and pop
ular style in this Journal. Its articles are
all timely and full of interest and should
be read by all having the care of Farm
Stock of any kind. The recipes it con
tains for the cure of sick, injured or dis
eased Animals are worth a hundred-fold
its cost. Specimen copies sent free. Ad
dress, NT. P. Boyer & Co., Publishers,
I'urkesburg, Chester Co., Pa.
Balt.ou'.s Magazine. We have received
the September No. of this Magazine, pub
lished by Elliott, Thomas and Talbott,
Boston, at $1.50 per year. As usual it
contains a large amount of entertaining
J. 1. Underwood, Mail Acrent passed
through tins place on last Monday morn
ing on his vay to Cuttingviilo, Molalla
and otlier interior ofiices. Mr. Uinler
wood is energetic in the discharge of his
duties and it is to he hoped that he will
eilect Feme good
of this coast.
ia the mail service
There will be services at St. Paul's
(Episeoi)al) church, in this city, to-morrow
evening at the usual hour. Sunday
school and Bible class at two o'clock r. M.
Having lost my house and all my house
hold goods, by fire, some four weeks
since, and having been aided by the kind
ness of friends to commence house-keeping
again, I hereby tender my sincere thanks
to the citizens of Clackamas county for
their liberal aid ; and also to Mrs. E.
Kemp, and Mrs. Wm. Dalton, of East
Portland, through whose exertions liberal
donations were made for my benefit.
August 23rd 1SC9.
A ILIIAI DAVIDSO.V,
Oili e, Xo. 61 IVoiit Street,
Adjoining' the TelcTaph Office, Portland Oregon.
SPECIAL COLLECTOR of CLAIMS,
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts, and Mercan
tile Claims of every description, throughout
Oregon and the Territories, WILL P.E MADE
A SPECIALTY, and promptly collected, as
well as with a due regard to economy iu all
business matters entrusted to his care and
the proceeds paid over punctually. 10 tf
HEAL. ESTATE DEALER.
Electro SiLicox.-Tbis curious and
valuable substance is confidently claimed to
I ip thp. het article ever discovered for
cleaniner and polishing Gold, Silver and
Plated Ware, ana all smootn meuuuc mu
facos, of whatever description, including
kitchen utensils of tin, copper, brass, steel,
" Ix Time of Peace Prepare for
War." So get a bottle of Dr. Cooper's
Magnetic Balm, an unequaled preparation
for Dysentery, Diarrhoea, and Cramp. The
instantaneous relief of Burns, Bruises and
Not a Subject of Doubt. That
Newtil's Phunocary Syrnp is the most ef
fective and never "faiiing remedv for affec
tions of the throat and lunzs. '
SIMILIA SDilLLBlTS CTJEATUB.
HAol?0Vi:i' FK0M THE MOST AMPLE
lnJSe'a cmire success: Simple-c,7iflT-E-flK'1CEt
aml liable. They are the
So rimfe8 ?crl'9ctly adapted to popular use,
".h. ""stakes cannot U made in
Pei"fnrt harmless ss to be free from dan
per and so efficient to bo always reliable.
all Z,,uafCd the hi?het commendation from
an, and will always render satisfaction.
1, Cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.
it r ,rm Worm fever, Worm Colic.25
wiarriuca ot Children or Adults.. 25
tyseiuery. Griping, Bilious Colic.25
wit-i-a-AEormis, Vomiting 23
ISyspepsiia, Bilious Stomach......2u
his ppi essed, or Painful Periods. . .25
12, " Whttes.toZ
profuse Periods 25
i ro.iW Cough, Diincuit BreathingV.25
The folluicinri ore. n?n r.i,t in !s,7, nn,i na
sent at the mine prices given befow
V4y tt Jf.e.xcr & Assae.ChillFever, AgnetSO
il' ll 1 ile. l-'Jind or bleedin-' 50
"FUaimy, and sore or weak r-3res50
'atarris.acato or chronic, InflnenzaSO
Astisitta, oppressed Breathing 50
l .ar lisicliar;c.inipaircdhearing50
Scroi ilia. enlarged frlai:ds.svellinfts50
XSropsy, and scanty Secretions 50
8ea-S2ciiiiess).siclness from riding50
Jtitliiey-JJjseP.se, CJraycl 750
Kervous ieSi5Hy Semirsal
-L-niissjioiis, involnntiry " J)is-
charges 1 00
Sore y2ov.i ii. Canker so
I rliia ry Weak ucss. wetting bedr0
Painful SserSocls;, with spasms. .50
S!s.eriiij;-: at change of life... . 100
Xinlillieria, ulcerated sore throat. 50
- FAMILY CASES
Of 35 to CO large via Jr.;. morocco
or roseyvooti case, coist:iniij;
Kecilie for every ordinary
cILiejift,o a family I subject to,
and books of directions
From 810 to &33
Binallcr family and Travelijiir cae,
with 20 to as vials from $5 to $3
Specifics' for all invate Blseascs.both
lor Curiiiij v.r.d for iVfveatlvc
treatment, iu vials and pocket cases,$2to$5
- POSD'S EXrSACT,
C!nrcs Eurjis. I2ruis;c?, Lamencnn
Sorcnes.jo re Tli v o aS.Kwrainss. 'ii'o o tJi
atlie, Kara cite, Neuraiia. iiSiefnsa
iisiii, Iiwlaj.-o. S'lles, Solis. 5I:s''s
yore lives, Sileetiina- or tlie i.xiz
Nose, Slomacii, croi l'iles; Corns, lull
Cfrs. Old Koros.
l7 ..zi' Octs.; Pints, $1.00 ;
fZn?liCe, lkmCtlIc except TOND-S EX
aiACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part ol the country, by mail or express freo
Of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
uiuce ana lcpot, 2o. bOi Buoauwat, New York.
Dr. ITrMriir.EYs is consulted daily at bis offlc"
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
TOR SALE BY ALL DIIUGGISTS. :ii
A U C Tl ON A AD COMMISSION
A UCTI O N E E II !
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Merchan
dise and Horses,
Ecery Vedncidou and Saturday !
A. 15. niciiABDscN,. Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron ;
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Kasps saws ;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, It. G. Iron ;
a lso :
A large assortment ot" Groceries and Liquors
A. 15. Eicii.vKcsox, Auctioneer
I AW PAUTNEKI IIP.
JAS. K.KELLY, .T. 1 1. XIF.FT,
bet. 2-1 ami wis. j Col-uaiia an. I ;th s;s.
Jas. K. Kelly and J. li. Keel, under the
firm name of
KELLY .t HEED,
Will practice Jaw in the Courts of Oregon.
Ofiice on First .street, near Alder, ovei- the
new Post ufiice room, Portland. (ietf
Attorney and Counselor at Lav,
P OPT LAN 1, O HFG ON.
Officft Uiur the United States District
Court Room. Front street. 4.vtf
T) G. bXEATli,
WI 10LESAI.E C. HOCE R,
O.v x- i. will. JwlCC.-, ir JiviAiiU.
GOODS BY THE PACKAGE, FOR CASH,
SAN FRANCISCO PIHCES, and Freight.
irOrder Promptly filled iu San Frsicis-
co, if desired.
7"JI. UTTETt & CO.,
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
GI FRONT STREET,
UNDER COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
-10.3m) Portland, Oregon.
p G. STEWART,
Xo. 100 FRONT STREET,
Jlfl And Jeweler.
And "Dealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND
JEWELERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox &
Gibbs' Letter "G" Serring Machines, which
are now being sold singly at cost, or whole
sale less than cost. Oulier goods at greatly
reduced rates. C-i '-tf
IMPORTEU AND DEALER IS
Segars, Tobacco. Pipes, Stationery
CUTLERY, YANKEE NOTIONS, &c.
tn- No. S3, corner of Front and Washing
ton streets, fire roof brick store, called the
Old Corner, opposite American Exchange,
Portland, Oregon. 37.3m
WASHING- HUBS EASY,
BY USING THE
Automatic Clothes Washer
and Boiler !
rp HE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE
I times, as it does away with rubbing
and wear and tear on Clothes. An ordinary
wahine can be done in from one to two
honrs-SAYES TIME, LABOR AM) . EX
PENSE. Warranted to give entire satisuc,
tion. For sale by
J.C. MARDY, Manufacturer,
115 Front street, one door north of
41 tf Taylor street, Portland.
ieuraigia, Toothache, Faceache.
AV 7iJ,lellmtti!i:. Kheuniatic pains.. 25
coal It, ' 6 (tp'a VJ 1,1 VJAL&icitA directions
contcuii mg uouble wan titles each. for. so
LIFE IrlSUDAHOE CGMP'Y !
Uhiteb States ofAmeeica.
JVASIHXGTOX, B. C.
Brant-h CHce at PliilatJelpliia,
Where the business of the Company 13
transacted, and to which all general
correspondence should be addressed.
Philadelphia, Clarence ILCIark, Jay Cooke,
F. Italehfoni SUut, J. Hinckley Clark, Geo.
F. Tyler, W. G. Moorhead.
Washington, Henry D. Coolie, E.A.Rollins
Win. E. Chandler, John I). DclVees.
NewYoik, Edw. Dodge, 11. C. Euhnestock.
CLARENCE II. CLARK, President.
JAY COOKf, Chairman Finance
And Executive Committee.
HENRY D. COOKE, Vice P-esident.
EMERSON W.l'EET, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS G. SMITILJLD., Medical Director.
J. EWING MEARS, M. IX, Assistant.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C,
aud Gko. HARDING, Fhiladdphia,
ihe iviost Successful Life
Insurance Company of
The World !
Having issued in the first TEN months of
15,142,800 Dollars !
This Company ail'ords to its Policy Holders
psiifsct rm TJHTHTl
i'y its Cash paid up Capital of One Million
Dollars, and guarantees to the Insured,
Low Rates of Premium !
LARGE DIVIDENDS IN ADVANCE,
OR, A REVERSIONARY DIVIDEND OF
100 TER CENT. BY ITS
HeUirn Fremitus) Finn !
Wells? Fargo &oa
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
V, E. HALE MANAGER.
1. I ELMS, M. ID.5
AGEKT FOR OI1EGOX.
OFFICE IX CHEF'S EEIFDTXG,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and First sts.)
EXTRAXCU OX STARE STREET,
S. 08 POPE, LOOAL AGENT,
JAY COOKE & CO. No. 21G Rroadway, N.Y.
General Agents for Xcw York and North
era New Jersey. J. U. Orvis and D. C.
E. VT. CLARK & CO. Rankers, No. 35 South
Third street, Philadclphia,:General Agents
for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jer
sey. C. S. Russell, Manager.
JAY COOKE & CO. Washington, General
Southern Agent.?. E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS & CO. Chicago, General Agents
lor Jihno'.s-, "Wisconsin, Iowa and Mien.
JOHN W. ELLIS & CO. No. 122 Walnut St.,
Cincinnati, General Agents for Ohio and
Central and Southern Indiana.
S. A. KEAN & CO. Detroit, General Agents
for Michigan and Northern Indiana. D.
"W. Kean, Manager,
T.B. EDGAR, St. Lords, General Agent for
Missouri and Kansas. C. OrTia, Manager.
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, Boston, General
Agents for New England and Eastern
Provinces of Canada. J. P. Tucker Man
ager. JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. Baltimore,
General Agents for Maryland, W. A. TVi
WM. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, General
Grrent for the DoEusion cf Canadi. -
rH -.- AT J
. 'J o
CHAS. HODGE. .C1IAS. E. CALEF..CEO. W. SXEL1.
HOBGE, CALE? & Go.,
DBU&S and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VARXSIIES, UBCSIIFS, P'ilXTZES
Materials, ana irvgjhtJ Sundries.
07 Front Street,
IA f. ti
J ust received and placed in the warercorns,
ico, ir,8, iro, 13
First street, corner of Salnon,
PARLOR SETS J7 TERRY,
IN I'LUSU, AND IN IIAIR-CLOTH.
ITc-w OraarAeatal Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment f
HOUSEHOLD TUBITITUHS !
Lounges and Spring beds.
2?" The trade sujUed iciih goods
in original packages on reasonable
HURGPvEN k SI1INDLEP.
O It i: GON
JEZ JEsL lit
X'. i i"i(0JL" Xljj JLCfi-i.
FIE S T S TREET, P O R TLA ND,
Ret. Washington and Stark sts.
M A X I" FA CT r HE II OF
ALL KINDS AND QUALITIES OP
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
Q RACK EES
Vt'ill always be sold below San Francisc;
pticcs. All orders promptly attended to.
Eu-U Evrtland. Oi-cjon-.
Ls o iiil IvlL zL lU h.h
T'if Jits- 'itri f1 ct t- oi't
rfo. HO first titieet.
Hot. Water Boilers,
Marl's Top Washsta?:ds,
Sheet Lead and Block Tin
Wrciiglit Iron Fipos3 all Discs.
TEE- ELBOW.s, J2ETEEX EEXDZ
XI PILES, P.USIIJXGS, d-c,
Jul' StoO.ii, Wu'ii:!1 (lud ird.
Scotch Tabes, Water Guagcs, Whistles
Tallon Pumps, Steam Guages, Globe,
Angle, aud Check Valves, Guage
Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinds
ot Brass Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, &c.
Hotels, public buildings, raid private resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens generally to call and ex
amine my stock, which has been selected
with great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
C. II. MYERS.
A. G. WALLIN GTS
Pioneer Ocofc Bindery
So. 5 "VTasIiiiigtoii. Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to tho trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
04 FRONT STREET,
'-- Has on hand, and is constant
ly receiving direct from the East,alarc;e and
carefully selected stock of
Crockery, Glass Ware, Flatcd Vare,
Lamps, etc., all of which lie oilers at prices
to suit the times, at Wholesale and Retail,
23?" Dealers will do wei! to call and exam
ine his stock, and learn his prices, before
EROKER, Portlaxd. Or.EGwr.
Cor. Front and JVashingfon Sts.
Agent North British and Mercantile
Insurance Company, and Manhat
tan Life Insurance Company.
S?"Government Securities, Stock,Ponds
and Real Estate bought and sold on Com
mission. JMPERIAL MILLS.
Savier, LaUcque & Co.,
r;rnTveep constantly on hand fot sale, fioar
Midlings, Bran and Chicken Feed, Parties
parching fec-d must larniaa tue saclis. j
Ohago of Time I
UNTIL FCnTIIEE NOTICE
People's Transpcrtalion Co.'s
Aleut op. Sexatos
Will leave the Conipany'3 dek, Portland
Every morning at 5 o'clock, Sundays ex
cepted, Connecting at Oitgoa City
with steaiaurs for
SALEr1 AHD DAYTON,
ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, V"EDNESDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATUlDAY,
Of each week. ;
Cr?" Meals provided for passengers on
board steamer ALERT, at Fiftr cents.
A. A. McCULLY, President.
August 11, p-(io.tf)
W. A. ALDIUCir. J.C. Mr.Rnt-. JOHN II CRAKKX
p. s:--i k 1 ': ( J vi:!:"-' p .- :.$
SHIPI'ING, COHHISION AND
A GENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
JTjL Hawaiian anil Oietron Packst Line.?.
Importers of San Quentin ai.d Carmen
Inland Salt, Sandwich Iblaud Snirs, Collee,
Rice, and Pulu. '
Agents for Provost's & Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Ve:-etahle5, I'iekles and Viuf'ar.
Dealers in Hour. Grair.. Pacm. Lard & '
Fruit. Lime, Cement and I'la'ter.
Will attend to the Purchase, Suio or Shin
ment of Merchandise or Produce in Nev
York, San Franci.-sco, Honoluln, er Portland.
ALDRiCH, -MERRILL A: CO.,
Nos il:j-i and 20G Calif;. rnia Street,
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
lf.5 North Front Street, Portland.
THEE E - PLY,
OIL - CLOTHS,
Will DO 17-SHADES,
P A PES - II A IT G I IJ G S ,
L AC E - G U T A I IT S, Czz., &o.
We Wcvld Call the allcrJion of pur
tics filling iiv houses, or Lcir.? in
need of anything in our line
To. our Stock, which is
OXE OF THE COHPLETEST
Our Goods Icing specially selected at
the factories in England and the
Eastern States, zee can sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. SO Front street, between Alder
3..) and Vv'asldngton, Portland Oregon
Jacob St:xzel. J.4:.ies B. Uvtox.
STITSEL & UPT0IJ,
Real Estate Brokers and General
Agents, Corner of Front and
I Vash iny ton stree ts,
J7 VVill attend to the sale and rurehase
of Heal Estate in ail parts cf the City and
State. Special attention rriven to the sale of
East Portland property.
Address I'. O. Box 4;12, Portland, Oretron.
ST1TEL & UPTON. "
lO.tf J J.r;l Er.:tc Fiu.k'.rs.
Dealer in California, Vermont
and Italian Marbles, Obelisks f- I a
Monuments, Head and Fool r'"-
Stones, ' r L
Salesi Oregon. lA
Mantles and Furniture Marble furnished
to order. J 23 1
OF EVERY STYLE
In Larzre Quantities can It Found
J. C ELETJSSDOSFPES & 3R0S
S. TF. corner of Morrison and Front
streets, Portland, Oregon.
Also Caps of every style, and Roys' and
Girls' Hats iu large varieties. Give us a call
i i uiat; IX bO,,
Corner of Main and Second Streets,
Steam CcUse and Spice Kilb,
The best Chartres, Old Government Java
Ground Coffee, and all kinds of Spices, al
ways on hand. Orders solicited and prompt
ly filled. 32:tf
A LARGE IX VOICE OF EE IV
Sunday School and Gift Eceks !
I7R0M THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
Various other Publishing Houses!
For sale by the subscriber, on Jdlerscn St.'
between 2d and 3d, Portland, Ortpon.
G. 1L ATKINSON. Secretary,
52.1 1 and Treas. Oregon Tract Society
x?Trr!TV. Durincr mv tour ef two rears
?4-ri in the Eastern States I "have
VrHVSf spared neither time nor
-U-iLilJ money to make niyse'f per
fectly familiar with at:d master of mv pro
fusion. Those Ies-.il in r the b;-; i V;ctk that
the nature of the case wiil admit of can h'n-1
me at my oUlce, lot Front street, two doors
oove McCoraiick s Rook Store, Portland,
DR. J. G. GLENN.
) vi. Ytas Laye tri J t'very remedy but the 6.NG
.uf l. l.y its utrinsi'.s iao;it, to supersede all eim--.
r j voii.r.it:!- n:;. It is j(ot sartuisintf you should bcr
Tl'jcfa::t to try KomeiUif clso after the mauy (V-v-nr.iei:ts
yoa huvo laade of trashy compouad
w.-u J oa tlivi i:uLlio as a ccruia cur; but
HI WELL'S :
s renlly thm Vr.P.Y BF?T rraorfy ever compound-
br tuc euro ,ry.y.v.;h, .1.;. :-orc Throat, stpaia,
-.K't 11! C-.u.-h. 1 r,i;..-hiii ;aii!i Consumption. Tboa
:ur!,.it;i pvi..:;o iu t:ai:i;.riii.i and Oresuii haye lep
rcidy teiitilltea by the surprijiiaij curative power-
iti l w5:h rr.o r,.-ror:l pivo it tlif;r ttrqnaliflf 1 pppro
'"i,iU- i -dr.-? e::rsv-lves to ail who are ua
t-.i::-i:r.t---.l:th thl. th" ;;r-.-.-.tci-t l'ui-Kiccar-f tho 114.-
llf ;f all ducoov-s f the Throat auj
HI WILL'S ;
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ss cared thcusac-'s ar.J it v. 11! euro VOL" if yoa ttf
This invnliinhlvj ir.r-'iirv? i.-j p.i?ant to the tnst-j
ywitairsr. inrJin and ;T.-i-gthci,ii in its e'lecLs; civ-i;-:y
f.vo fro: i ail po;si!.i-.;.i or d-.-lyterioUi drug.
Oi I j.rf.T'.:y l:-;nal.-'.-.o aaJ'.-r all c;reuni.t.-uices.
C. ; s troai ra.ir.y pr'-TniaeKt citizens of Sa
fruaciito acceaii'utiy t-veiy Let tie cf
r.rn::":TOX h P As'T;ts, San rranclsco.
A EVv'AYS SAFE! Ahvays Fffectual,
-t-.z. r ever and Ai'r.o i s
i;or-il;!r aiiH of.
iecfiny cured by Dr.'E. CO Oi" EE'S Univer
fal Magnetic Bim.
HO B 0 IJ 0 PUBLICO!"
1EULY A VECUlTAni.E FRF PA
RA TiUX. None genuine vithout signature
of W. It. Stroncr.
I1EDINGTUN, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
410 and -US Fi ::.nt it., San Francisco
Sde anj exclusive Agents.
HEBIEGTG2T, KCSTETTES & CO.'S
This valuable preparation, containing In
a highly concentrated loria all the properties
of Jamaica C hirer, has Lexeme one of the
most pop-.dar domestic rernedic-rs lor all diseas
cs of ihe stomach end digesiive organs. As it
tonic, it will be foniul invaluable to all person
recovering from debility, whether produced
by lever or otherwise; Tor while it imparts tt
the system all the piiow and vigor that ear
b? produced by wine or Li amir, it is free from
the reactionary eilects that tallow the use oi
sph-iti cf a;.y i:Iiid.
It is also an xcellent remedy for females
vho sulicr hom dinicidt rioustraation, giving
almost immc-diate relief to the spasms that
eo IVeoucntly accompauy tliat peiiud.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea, canned
by riJing in a railroad car, cr by sea sickness
or other causes.
It is ai.-;,i valuable as .in erciemal arrdlrntinn
for Gout. KheimiiitisCT. Xeurf'cj,i, etc.
IxEUE',u lO, I LOST JJ TE'I. ly Co.,
HC ar.d IIS Front tt, San Francisco.
Use Eleeti-o Silicon,
&.u-hvtxvii iiubiiAiijll & Co. 3
For the Handkerchief.
This article, posscfinrr tho most deliejvio
fragrance of Flowers, is unerpialled as a per
fume for the Handkerchief.
Used in bathing it imparts strength and en
ergy to the pytem, ana cives tout softness
and delicacy to tho skin go much desired by
SUXBUEX, FRECKLES PIMPLES,
Diluted with water it makes an elegant den
tifrice, imparting pearly whiteness to'tlie teeth
sweetness to tiia breath, and renders the
gums hard and of a beautiftd color.
It should always be used after shaving dilat
ed with wafr. a it rePeves all '-ammatiuu-REDIXGTOX,
HOSTETTEI: $ Co.
410 and 4.13 Front tt.. Kan Francisco.
ELE C TE O STLICOX,
- 01: -
Direct from Jx'a.iure's Labraiory.
The Pest article ever tli-covcred for cleans
ins and Polishing Gold. Silver and Plated
ware, and r.H smooth Metaho Surfaces, of
whatever description, inciudinir Kitchen uten
sils of Tin. Copper, Era-?, Steel, etc,
To Jewelers and Workers in Gold and Sil
ver Plato the Electro-Silicon is of inestimable
value ; the time saved, and the vexation pre
vented by its'u-e, will forever endear Its nanio
to ad who have had evideneet-f its merits,
REVIXGTOX, IIOSTETTER fy Co.
Sole Agents, Sa.i Franc tsco,
IIFDIEGTOX, IIOSTETTER Sy Cv
EXTRACTS re "iC te-
Rcdin5ton, Hcstcticr & Go's
USE NO OTHER.
Unexcelled for Tcilct Use and for the TJaib.
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