Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1869)
- TOU X AM) COUNT V.
lWe a-k attention to tho card of xMr.
llendoe, photographer, in another column.
Rev. t- H. Oliver will preach in this
!fy to-morrow, in the morning at the M.
(3 J . -i :.. (1.,. M-.-iiinnr ot llw f.m
services will he held at St. Paul's
(Episcopal) Church, on to-morrow at the
-,ial hours, morning and evening. The
ftienJi of Mrs. Sclhvood will be pleaded
inVarn that for the past feu days her
health seems to be improving.
"We invUe the attention of our readers
) a C'S contained in an item on the
flt 'page of this paper concerning Life
Insurance. The National Life Insurance
Comnany of the L'nirvd States is undoubt
edly one of the very best companies doing
business in the United Stales.
Vi'e understand that .Mr. N. Ilann,
late President of, the Willamette Steam
boat Company, is about to build a steamer
for use on the Uinpqua river. The citizens
of Gardner City have rais ed quite a sum
0f money to aid Mr. llaun in this enter
prise. lion. I. P. Thompson and Mr. John
MeMrnin have each returned from a sum
mer's service in the field, in the United
.States? Department surveys in Oregon.'
BoHi were rather more picturesque than
prepossessing" in appearance when they
returned, showing evident signs, of fa
. In addition to the number of speci
mens of art wrought by ihe hands ofladies
in this city, already mentioned, we must
refer to a fine wreatlof wax flowers made
by Mrs. T. A. Phoads. 1C is truly beauti
ful. Mrs. 'V. 13. Blanchard, Mrs. Wortman,
Mrs. D. C. Ireland, Mrs. C. W. Tcdd, Mrs.
Shattuck. Mrs. DilU-r, Miss S. Athey. Miss
flood, and several others have each pro-
dueed splendid counterfeits of the 11 oral
kind in wax, so natural as to almost defy
detection. Mrs. E. Gerry is now produc
ing some beautiful specimens of hair
work. We are not advised as to bow
in my of these will be on exhibition at the
approaching State Fair, but in all proba
bility a number of them will be there is
Wilson's. Circus opened at the hour
as advertised, to give an exhibition in this
Monday evening last. After
about -4 00 persons, old and young, had
been seated, one section of the staging
(cats) gave5 way. throwing at least one
half of the whole audience to the ground.
Several persons were slightly injured, a
great many badly seared, and three or four
seriously injured. Mrs. Piley had one of
her lewer limbs broken, in two places, but
she is under treatment, and will not, it is
thought, be permanently crippled. Mrs.
Win. Barlow has suffered considerably
bom internal injuries caused by the fall,
but her friends are hopeful for her speedy
One ol the most, ridiculous features
of the casualty resulting from Wilson's
Circus coming to this city, was that of a
man running pell mell through Main
Mreet, yelling at the topof his voice that
the tent had fallen, several persons killed,
etc. His cries caused a perfect panic in
the street, and when the true state of af
fairs were known lie would have been
rougfily handled for his impromptu ejacu
lations, by many who ielt themselves ter
ribly shocked by his manner. This mar
be the way alarms are given, in such cases.
but we question the propriety of it better
always keep as cool as possible in the face
The location for the Clack;imns Kail
road bridge has been changed, recently,
to a more eligible site, just above the Ca-f-on
bridge on the Portland road. The
corner stone of the first pier, or abutment,
of the structure, was properly laid on lust
Tuesday evening, by Mr. Mediy Superin
tendent of that branch of the work, in
commemoration of an event of consider
able import in the family of his employer.
Mr. Pen llolladay. being no les-? than
that of the 21.;t anniversary of the birth
of his son, Joseph llolladay. May the
f tincture speedily vif-e. and long sun ive.
to perform its part in the great work so
well begun, of transforming this vast area,
this beautiful Oregon, now so little known
to even the few here, into a region which
phall be celebrated for the sobriety, honor,
prosperity and happiness of its thousand
of enterprising people. May Mr. Medley
be ever, as now, an ardent well-wisher
lor the prosperity of his friends, and may
Mr. llolladay never regret that his nmjoi
ity was thus commemorated.
The habit' of sijning everything
that is presented to the people for theii
signatures, so common to most men, has
received quite a back-set in this com
0ruunity. Sot long ago a petition was in
circulation to have a certain road changed,
leading to and from this city. The 'peti
tion"' was numerously signed by "friends"'
of the jeiUioners that is to say : the per
sons to be directly accommodated. but
nothing was said at the time about a cer
tain day's work, or its " "equivalent. "
which Marshal Ryan car.e around to see
about a few days ago. Nobody refused to
ray, (who tad signed) because there was
'the order of the Court" over the seal
trad attestation of the County Clerk; but
almost everybody (who had signed) ac
knowledged themselves sold, and adopted
a certain preamble and resolution. folt"n
forth the whys and wherefores, and resolv
ing to know, hereafter, when they sia a
petition, what it is going to cost.
On the 21st instant. Thomas M P-l,
conmenced an action against Charles F.
Kobbins, of San Francisco, fur $50.n:)n
tlaimed for goods, jvares and merchandise
sold and delivered, coiicislinrr of type and
Somktjiixg New. Yesterday morninj.
we were soraevfhat puzzled at the lond.
clear ringing of. a bell, in the dense fog
which over-hung the Willamette river.
Upon repairing to the wharf the obliging
Captain Kellogg called our attention to a
fine, larce, steel bell, properly.-hung on
the promenade deck of the steamer Alert,
as the cause cf the mysterious sounds.
The bell had been furnished " for the oc
casioiv' by MV. C. II. Myers of Portland
and the steamer had announced her arri
val in good, old Mississippi style but ii
was a new thing on the waters of the Wil
lamette. Wre think it would be a good
plan for the P. T. Co., to use bells on
their boats instead of whistles and then
people would not get confused and mis
take the whistles of our factories for the'
whistles of the boats.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. St. Clair, of Mel
rose, Massachusetts, passed through this
place during the week, stopping over one
night, and Mrs. St. Clair delivered a rrost
excellent lecture " The Maiden, the Wife
and the Mother." to an oudien of about
one hundred ladies and gentlemen, at the
Circuit Court Pooni. The advice contain
ed in that Lecture is worthy to be engrav
ed upon the plate of every household in
the land. Mrs.'St. Clair will lecture from
here to Victoria, and thence to their east
ern home, via. Walla Walla and Poise,
thus completing a very eventful tour over
and across the continent, thousands of
miles, in their own private carriage, which
will furnish hr with abundant materials
for future lectures in the east.
Mrs. Piley, the lady who had one of
her lower limbs broken in the circus tent
on Monday evening last, was paid $75 by
the treasurer of the Company on the day
following and Dr. Barclay was given $10
by the same person, to attend to the case.
This is alUhat was asked of the Company
for the injuries resulting from the acci
dent. Che; p !
--The Wtbfoot is the largest sh'p which
has yet been built in Oregon. She was
built at Coos Pay. Her. capacity may be
judged when it is stated that on a late trip
she took from Coos Bay 105,000 feet of
A party of prospectors who have
la'ely returned from a tour in the moun
tains, between the head waters of Myrtle
creek and North Umpqua river, report the
discovery of extensive diggings, where
they estimate (hat sixty cents to the pan
may be made without difficulty.
Among the delegate.-? to the Gran-?
Podge of Odd Fellows, held this week in
San Francisco, (we observe that all the
States are represented.) appears the name
of David Pamalay. of Minnesota. "Dave"
is not only a good Odd Fellow, but he is
an odd --good fellow.'' Mr. Pamalay was
one of the original proprietors of the St.
Paul Pioneer and JJemcaat--one of the
best papers published in the " northwest.'-
By the San Francisco Herald we
learn that a proposition will come up for
a college for the free education of orphans
of Odd Fellows. Those not connected
with the Order will be received at a reas
onable rate of tuition. Would not such
an institution do in
Oregon ? asks the
Lane County, Oregon, will in time
be a veiy desirable place of residence for
the lovers of the unnatural. It is stated
that the skeleton man auT bearded woman
have bought a farm in Lane county, and
will take possession in the fall. The
Guard says that in addition to these curi
osities. Lane County has the tallest man
in the State, the ugliest man in the world,
a baby wilh half irs head scaled like an
alligator, and triplets and quartets weigh
ing from 15 to 40 pounds each.
Several of the robbers of Wells,
Fargo it Co.'s Express in Idaho and Mon
tana have been ' captured."' two alive. It
is lioped that the gang has been broken up.
ri.iiT,!:o..n Matkkt.u,. Ye noticed yes
terday on the whan a lot of material for
the east side railroad. There was a large
number of car wheels, a hoisting engine
for use in constructing bridges, spikes for
rails, etc.. etc. We learn that five hun
dred tons of rails are now on the way to
this place from San Francisco by the Fal
kiuburij and Almafkt. Are there yet any
doubting Thomases who don't believe that
Hen. llolladay is building a railroad?
re-Mrs. C. IL Myers. 110 First street,
has received by the Adeline Ehvood an
invoice of pumps from ILnr.sey & Co,
Seneca Falls, Xew York. These pumps
are celebrated and said to be superior to
anything of the kind ever before seen
here. This morning's Jlerald explains
more fully what can be found at Myer's
store, and buyers need not be afraid of
b ei ng p u mped. Herald.
XV IL.LIAIU DAVIDSOV,
OHcv.j ?."o. Gl Front Srec,
Adjoining the Telegraph Office, Portland Oregon.
SPECIAL COLLECTOR of CLAIMS,
Accounts, Notes, Ponds, Drafts, and Mercan
tile Claims of every description, throughout
Oregon and the Territories, WILL EE MADE
A SPECIALTY, and promptly collected, as
well as with a due regard to economy in all
business matters entrusted to his care and
the proceeds paid over punctually. 40tf
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
Electro SiLicox.-This curious and
valuable substance is confidently claimed to
be . the brst 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,
Lv Time of Peace Prepare for
"War." So get a bottle of Dr. Coopers
-Magnetic Palm, an nnequaled preparation
I for Dvsenterr. Dianhioa and Cramp. The
instantaneous react ol Lurus, Lruises ana
Not a Subject of Doubt. Thai
Newell's IMuuionarv Syrup is the most ef
fective and never failing remedy for au'ec
liouooftue throat aiid luns.
' SIMULA. SIMILtBtTS CUBAftTUB.
TTAYE PROYilD, FKOM THE MOST AMPLE
l'rr,Tv, To.- - ' vuLiiu success: Direpie
on?vPro7v-mcient aml Pliable. They are the
-so SvLm,eK ?crf?ct'y adapted to popular use,
eo simple that mistatr-a ;,nnr,t lU,,.. 4
5!S m: Simple-
pot f, 'cm ' .harmless as to be free from dan
Thov Wn p.cflifnt as to be. always reliable.
a' Jiii Su"i8cd the hiShcst commendation from
a4i, and will always render satisfaction.
i, t tires Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.25
? tt rms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.35
' j "j-vuiic or i ecuung ol miants-Jo
Jtiarriioea of Children or Adults.. 35
J sentery, Griping. Unions Colic.25
t MoIora-JJorbus. Vomiting 25
05i2.ii, Colds, Bronchitis 25
Ptcural-vla, Toothache, Faceache..25
J'peisia. IJilions Stomach 25
Suppressed, or Painful Periods... 25
liites. too profuse Periods 25
C roup. Couch, Difficult P.reathin?..25
Vai S6!seu ii.Ervslpelas.ErKptions35
j ti "" "",5tn, luieumatic pains.. a
All Vl6 Cihrire nr nut m, i n t'r.t r e .5.-., -,,,,...
containing double quantities each, far 50
The following are also rvt vp in rials and are
sent at the fame prices given below.
irever .v j sue, Clnll Fever, Aguesol)
I'iSes, blind or bleeding 50
OptSsalmj', and gore or weak EyesSO
C'atarrli. acute or chronicInilnenzaTH)
Aslhma, oppressed Ureathing 50
Dropsy, and scanty Secretions 50
Nea-ftieksiess.sickness from riding.V)
K itltiey-liticase. Gravel 50
Nervou Zlebility dentinal
ICtni.sions, involuntary Dis-
charL'cs l 00
Sore 2oisIIj, Canker. ..50
I ' r i 1 1 a i- y V c a It 1 1 e S s . w e 1 1 i n g b e d ryj
I'aisil'u! Perioti!, with ppasm3..50
SiiiSV riiiarw nt change ot'Jil'e 1 0)
Diplttlieria, ulcerated sore throat. C'J
FAMILY CIS JiS
Of 35 to CO large vials, moroeeo
or rosewood case, contaiiifiis;
a speeilse for every ordinary
disease a lumiiy Is subject to,
and books oi" directions
From $10 to $35
Smaller Fainil jand Traveling cases,
with 20 to x's rials irom $5 to $8
Specifics for all 5rivate fiieascs.hoth
for Curing and for JLre ventivo
treatment, in vials and pocket cases,$2to$5
- POND'S EXTHACT,
CnrpH ISnriis. ISriiises, ;ameiiro
SoreneKs.Sore XJn roat.Np rains. rl'ooIs
aelie, Flaraelie, Nen ra ly.isi, 151eiima
tiiu, Iumbano, Iiies, J5os!m, Silnus
Sore liycs, IIleediiir of tlic Iiims'
Kose, Stomacls, or ol Aiies; Corns, 8J1
Cers. Old Sores,
lsrice, (J oz., oOets.; Pints, $1.00;
Quarts, $1.75. ' '
r9 These liemedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, arc sent, to
any part ol the country, by mail or express, free
Of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 50:2 Ekoadway, New York.
Dr. IIcMPiinEYs is consulted daily at his office
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 1
T 11 E
Commercial Department .
"Portlmiil A cade Easy
.Aes! Fcsnale Sessainary.
Under the Superintendence of T. II. Craw
ford. A. M., affords excellent facilities
for the acquirement of a practical
llusii e. s Education. Tuitiou
In the Commercial Department, 12 per Qr.
The Course in the
Besides tl e usual English studies, embra
ces the Natural Sciences, Mathematics, as
far as Surveying, and sufHeicnt Latin for
j)i oTessional purposes. These Course, sys
tematic and complete wi:h"n themselves, are
especially recommended to those who cannot
spend six years in College.
XT" Young Ladies a; e under the immedi
ate care of the Preceptress, Miss Emi'y J.
York. For new Catalogue, containing names
of Graduates and fall inform itiou,
Addi s : T. M. HATCH, Principal,
42. j Portland, Oregon.
ORAM, WILLIS Co.,
V- fL -yv
T7!rt.-T- A VT C T T.""v
s -.tx. "Kis o
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Having recently a'ded to the Livery Ft'-ck
new Carriages, Uuggies and Horses, are now
prepared at all times to let the same, at reas
onable rates. Horses bought and aula, or
kept by the day or week.
ARK & MORKISS,
FOU OREGON CITY AND VICINITY.
XJ Will deliver to iheir patrons a'l the
best qualities of Stall Fed Iiecf. also Mutton,
Pork, Poultry etc., as usual twice a week, on
'Tuesdays and Saturdays
Thankful for past favors of Ihe public would
resppctiuUy asks a continuance of the same.
N. 15. An abundant sttpplv of good poultry
on hand. ISAAC FA lilt,
p. I). MOiSUISS.
J)ISSOLUTIOX X OTICE.
The Co-partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned, under the firm
name of DILLER it Ml LEEK, is this day
dissolved, by mutual consent.
Sept 7th, 18G. A. F. MILLER.
The business will be carried on as usual,
by the undersigned, at the old .-taud, Lincoln
Pakcrv, West side .Main street, Oregon City.
Sept. 7th, 18'J'J 14.4t L. PILLER.
OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY.
Notice is hereby given that the undersign"
ed Assessor for the County of Clackamas,
State of Oregon, will attend at the oiiire of
the County Cleik of Clackamas County, State
0,1 JhmJ'n, StyJanlcrth, 18G9,
And with the assistance of said Cieik will
publiclf examine the assessment rolls and
correct all errors in valuatmns, descriptions,
or qualities of lands, lots or other property.
M. PATTERSON, County Assessor,
Sept. II, lSOy 1-i.tl Clackamas Co.
WASHING MADE EASY,
BY USING THE
Automatic Clothes Washer
and Boiler !
rpnE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE
times, as it docs away with rubbing
and wear and tear on Clothes. An ordinary
washiu can be done iu from one to two
hours-SAYES TIME, LAliOR AND EX
PENSE. Warranted to give entire satisfac,
tion. For sale by
J.C. MARDI , Manufacturer,
145 Front street, one door north of
4! If Taylor street, Portland.
TVPOTCFR. roilTLAXD. OilEGOX.
Cor. Front and Washington Ss.
Agent North British and Mercautile
Insurance Company, and Manhat
tan Life Insurance Company.
jrGovernment Seev.iities, Stocks.Ronds
and Real Estate bought auu sold cii Com-
LIFE INSURANCE CCMP'Y !
United States of Amehica.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Branch Office at Pliil.idt-lpliia,
"Where the business of the Company is
transacted, and to which all general
correspondence should" be addi.esed.
Philadelphia, Clarence II. Clark, Jay Cooke,
F. Ratchfoid iSLirr, J. Hit.cklev Clark, Geo.
. Tyler, W. G. Moorhead.
Washington. Ilenrv D. Cooke, E. A.Rollins
Wm. E. Chandler, J(-hn I). Debees.
New York, EdW. Dodge, II. C. Fahncstock.
CLARENCE II. CLARK, President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance-
And Executive Committee.
HENRY P. COOKE, Vice P-csident.
EMERSON W.PEET, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS G. S.M1TI1.M.D., Medical Director.
J. EWING MEARS, M. I)., Assistant.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C,
and Geo. IIAflDlNG, Philadcl jhi,
The Most Successful Life
Insurance Company of
The World !
Having issued in the first TEN months of
-15,142,800 Dollars I
This Company r.fibrds to its Policy Holders
Ij 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 PER CENT. DY ITS
Return Premium Plan !
Wells, Fargo &
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
W. E. II ALE MANAGER.
AGEKT FOR CREGO.V.
OFFICE IN CUFF'S BUILDiNG,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and First sts.)
ENTRANCE ON STAR A' STREET,
0. POPE, LOCAL AGENT,
JAY COOKE ,t CO. No. 21(3 Broadway, N.Y.
General Agents for New York and North
ern Ney Jersey. J. U. Orris and D. C.
E. W. CLARK & CO. hankers, No. 31 South
Third street, PhiIadelphhi,rGeneral Agenfs
for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jer
sey, C. S. Russell, JIanager.
JAY COOKE !t CO. Washington, General
Southern Agent'. E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS & CO. Chicago, General Agents
for Illinois, WLccnsin, Iowa and Minn.
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. Kcau, Manager, v
T.B. EDGAR, SL Louis, General Agent for
"Missouri and Kansas. C. Orris, Manager.
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, Boston, General
Agents for New England and Eastern
Provinces cf Canada. J. P. Tucker ilau-
JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. Baltimore,
Central Agents for Maryland, W. A. Wi
WM. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, General
Gcntfor.tiie Djsii-ion cf Canada.
CHAS. HODGE.. CHA3. E. CALEF..GEO. W. SSELL.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DEUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WlNDOlT GLASS,
VARNISHES, RUSHES, PAINTERS
Materials, ana urt'ijgists' JSundrUs.
0T Front Street,
Just receitcd and placed in the Tvareroems,
iURQREN & SHIMOLER !
XOG, 108, 170, 17 3
Ilrsl street, corner of Salmon,
PARLOR SF.TS IN TERRY,
IN PLUSH, AND IN IIAIR-CLOTII.
Hew Ornamental Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment f
II0U SE K OLD JURNITURE!
Lonuges and Spring beds.
The trade supplied wilh goods
in original packages on reasonable
11URGREN & SIIINDLER.
O II E G O X
F. 0PITZ, PEOPRIETOK,
FIR ST S TREET, PORT LA ND,
Bet. Washington and Stark sis.
ALL KINDS AND QUALITIES OF
O Ll.VO KEBS !
BREAD, CAKES ANU PASTRY
"V ill always be sold below San Franciscc
prices. All orders promptly attended to.
Firt st., Portland. Oraon.
C. Iff. MY.3J1
PLimmxG, im & steam
Xo. HO Firwt tjJitct.
Cook ih g Ranges,
llol Water Boilers,
Marble Top Wasislands,
Sheet Lead and Block Tin,
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELBOWS, RETURN P.EXD
NIPPLES, E USUI AGS, A-c,
i'jr Steam, Wat?)' and (Jus.
Scotch Tubes, Water Cuages, Whistles
Tallon Pump.":, Steam Guages, Globe,
Angle, and Check Valves, Guage
Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinds
ot 1'rass Work, liuboer
Hose, Hose Pipes, tc.
Hotels, public buildings, and private resi
dences healed 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.
IS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN an?) SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
T"7"IIERE HE WO U L D INVITE HIS
friends, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
Iffsits sasasl Caps,
Having frorc many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SMALL PR0TITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Siknce the Crv of Portland Prices!
Oregon City, August 2Sth, 18iiJ-
Change of Time !
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
People's Transportation Co.'s
Aleut ok Senator,
Will leave the Company's dock, Portland,
Every morning at 5 o'clock, Sundays ex
cepted, Connecting at Oregon City
with steamers for
SALEEV1 A&3D DAYTON,
ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
Ol eaeb. week.
JjgfMtal? provided for passengers on
board steamer ALERT, at Fifty cent ;.
A. A. JIcCULLY", President.
August 14, lcOi. UO.tf)
THREE - PLY,
OIL - CLOTHS,
LACE-CURTAINS, &c, &c.
We Would Call the attention of par
ties fitting tip houses, or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
ONE OF 'THE COMPLETEST
On the Pacific Coast !
Our Goods being sjieeially selected at
the Factories in England and the
Eastern States, wc cap. sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. Sl Front street, between Alder
-35.) and Washington, Portland Oregon
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
Eatc 31 tick Q- HatcJt, .
The patronage of those desiring Iirst Class
Operations, is respeeff ully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. R. Nitrous Oeyde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Office Corner of Washington and Fron
streets, Portland. Entrance on Washington
During my four of two years
in the Eastern States I "have
spared neither time nor
money 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 admit of can find
me at my oflice, 107 Front street, two doors
above McCormick's Book Store, Portland,
Dtl. J. G. GLENN.
Contracor and Euilder,
Main st., OREGON CITY.
m KIT Will attend to all work in his line, cot
listing in part of Carpenter and Joiner wor
framing, building, etc. Jobbing promptl
T II. UTTER & CO.
and Gents- furnishing goods.
CI FRONT STREET,
UNDER COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
4o.3m) Portland, Oregon.
p G. STEWART,
No. 109 PRONl STREET,
And Pealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND
JEWELERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox &
Gibbs' Letter "G"' Sewing Machines, which
are now being sold singly at cost, or whole
sale less than cost. Other goods at greatly
reduced rates. (40. tf
A. G. VALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bsr
No. 5 "Washington. Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
any elesired pattern.
MUSIC P.O0KS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
FRONT STREET, FIRST STREET,
Near Morrison Street. Near Yamhill.
KAST & CAHALIN.
New Stock of Boots and Shoes
Pest Selection in the Citg !
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as Penkert's, Tirrcll's, Fogg's,
Houghton & Coolidge's, Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of gents' and bovs'
wear. Also Mile's, Sieberiich's, Burt's,
San Francisco and custom-made ladies and
Our customers and the public in general
are invited to call aud examine our stock,
which wc will sell cheaper than ever.
P. S. Boots made to order, and an assort
ment of our make coqstantly oa hand.
STOP f HATG0UGHIN6
M3rE op voir cax't, Ar we pit y
) you. You have tiwd every remedy but the OSR
k'F.ineJ, ly its intrinsic merit, to supersede all sim
kir preparations. It is not surprising you should ba
xitictaiit to try something elso after the many (
iruncnfs you have niaje of trashy couipouaU"
fcfcjtvl oa tlio public as a certain cure;- but
TVTTT.-IWTTiT T 50
XHUl VV lULl D
s really tho VERY BE?f roracd'y- ever compoun'ctrSI
"or the care f.T CourU., CoKIs, i?oro i'hrKit, Aslhtna,
Vhooiiing Cough. Bronchitis and Consumption. Thoa-u-ituls
of people iu California aiul Orepon have boen
ilrcaJy bwnelitteJ by tho surprisiug caratlvtr yofen'
tnd with t)tc. accord give it their unqualified npf'v
ation. We now address ourselves to all who nrc ta
icquainted with this, the prU
r the healinii of all thsscas;;
itett Panacea of the af
s tit the Ihroat
Luns, ftSiuriKg you that
jas cured thousands and it will euro YOU if vou t-f
This invaluable medicine is plensar.J to tho tasn.
mulling, healing and streiigthening in ts cfh-ct; ; t
irely free from all poisonous e.r deleterious drugs
ind perfectly harmless under all circumstance!!.
Certificatfs from mam' pmnnup&t titizcus cf Sa
rraitcisco accompany eVcry bottle cf
r.riDINGTON' .fc CO. Ajnts, rrancisrfi.
ALWAYS SAFE! Always Effectual,
Fever and Agt.e is Speedily and ef
fectually cured by Dr. E.COOiElFb Univer
sal Magnetic L'alin.
"PRO BONO PUBLICO!"
IRUEY A 'VEGETABLE PREP A'
RATION. None genuine without siguatuie
of W. II. Strong. u
REIHNGTON, IIOSTETTER ft CO,.
41G and US Front it., San Franch-cr
Sole and exclusive Agents.
EEDINGTON, IIOSTETTER & CO.'S
Tliis valuable preparation, containing in
a highly concentrated form all the properties
of Jamaica Ginger, has become one ot tho
most popular domestic remedies for all diseas
es q,f the stomach and digestive organs. Asi
tonic, it will be found invaluable to all persons
recovering from debility, whether produced
by fever or otherwise; for while it imparts to
the system all the glow and vigor that can
b produced by wine or hi andy. it is free from
the reactionary etlects that I'jIIow the use oi
spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for females
who sull'er 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, cr by sea sickness
or other causes.
It is also valuable as an external application
for Gout, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
REDING TON, H OSTEITE! Co..
416 and 418 Front st, San Francisco.
Use Electro Silicon,
Or Slagie Brilliant.
REDIWGT0N ROSTETtgK & Co.'s
Florida, Wsilci. !
For the Handkerchief.
This article, possessing the most delicate
fragrance of Flowers, is unequalled as aer
fume for the Handkerchief.
FOR THE BA Til !
Used in bathing it imparts strength and en
ergy to the system, and gives that softness
and delicacy to the skin no much desired by
S UNB UJiNi FR EC K EES PIMPLES,
Diluted with water it makes at! elegant den
tifrice, imparting pearly whiteness to the teeth
sweetness to tho breath, and renders the
gums hard and of a beautiful color.
It should always be used after shaving dilnt.
ed with water, as it relieves all inf'animation
li FDING TON, HOSTETTEIt Sf Co.
41G and 418 Front St.. San Francisco.
- OTt -
2h&!FhAP & &
Magic Isrilliaiat !
Direct from Nature 's Labratorg.
The Pest article ever discovered forcleans
Tng and Polishing Gold, Silver and Plated
ware, and all smooth Metalic Surfaces, of
whatever description, including Kitchen uten
sils of Tin, Copper, Brass, Steel, etc.
To Jewelers and Workers in Gold and Sif-
ver Plate the Electro-Silicon is of inestimable
Value ; the time saved, and the vexation pre
vented by its nee, will forever endear its name
to all who have had evidence of its merits,
REDING TON, IIOSTETTER $ Co.
Sole Agents, San Francisco, q
R E DING T ON, IIOSTETTER $- CV
EXTRA C TS Are tae besfcJ
Redington, Hostetter & Co's
Florida Water !
USE NO OTHER.
UnescUIed'for Toilet Use and for the Path.