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"TFro"116 Oregon SMesnan
W rAn o9,ii we learn that John Fitzhngh,
fmnW county, has been pardoned
f r,V. Penitentiary by Gov. Woods,
. SF Last Saturday Hiram J Place,
IS!iniinl before Judge Matlock on a
?S ! of insanity, and sent to tie Asylum.
cIkiiV i,rut twenty years
3 ,L 1 ,.fVintiMt. lie caiv.c
ftZo in April last, but Las failed to
"re'truieMtive employment, which
f'f to-other wiilbpAcr causes have pro-
. j-inity. IIe PPcar3 to b0 dcter
i Sunnit ucid..
... .Tin.- rti.irv. Tills week.
r i . Co.. rmr chased from the
' )U,S Transportation Company, the
boill-r and engines of the steamer Union.
fTr'a bSKtnow being built for the navigsi-
tion of tbe Umpqua River. Mr. N. Ilaun,
President of the WiUamett 3 team Naviga
tion Company during its existence, is one
of the parties interested in this enterprise.
Uiv success attend hi;nnd his associates
ia tliL'irn'.'W unRu-taking.
Worthy of Notk. Last evening Mr. N.
AV. Hand.il1. handed us an apple ot last
vt"irs growth. It Is of the variety known
a, lb... Yellow Xiwt.own Pippin' and,
from its present appearance, it would
until next October. He had several
v bushels of these apples, kept them in an
v open cellar, and had them fur use until
vlihln i very short tirr.e, this one. being
ilio iast of t!ie ut. It is to be regretted
tint Mr. Randal! did not save a few and
j.iit them on exhibition at our coming
Tiik l'KNiTKNTSAKV. While in Sa'cm
,it week, we visited ih.e Penitentiary
uMOii the invitation of Major Horry, Super
intendent. Under his control, every thing
goes on in deck like regularity and sys
tem. The convicts raise the vegetables neces
0ry for the use of the prison. Observing
Hfiine large cabbages, we had one head
weiglird. and it weighed 27lbs; there
were many more equally large. The po
lijtnes raised on the prison grounds were
Owing to the fact that the Republican
members of the late legislature resigned
and broke up that institution before the
passage of the. appropriation bill, Major
Perry has to make the. prison self support
ing. Ihit in order to do so, he is compell
ed to sell his brick at six dollars per thou
ti.ind. The result of which is, tin; good
luynl Halcmjtes. taking advantage of this
state of affairs, are erecting many hand
m-nie brick buildings this summer.
Wonder if Gov. Woods had cheap brick
in view when he instigated the Republi
can members to resign and burst out the
Lorain for lUc Slnlrsman" (in:l tlie
lt, Some men at work upon the canal
of the People's Trensportation Company
the other day hail to stand in the water,
the cotisoqiience of which, was they had
2d, Yesterday the sun broke through
the clouds in all his resplendent glory.
This attracted the attention of Miss Od. I
Lewis, and looking tip suddenly , his bright
ness caused her to sneeze three times in
.'5d, There is a lady in this town who can
f'inj' sweeter, and scream louder than any
0 .1 I 1 ' 1 A
oilier lady we ever heard try.
Itl), Our Itien I Kelly'w hen continues
t) produce large eggs.
Ovkui.am) Monthly. The October
number of this excellent maga."uo lm.
been received. A usual, it is replete
wiUGintcrcsting reading matter, among
which may be mentioned as of leading rn
tereS?, article No. 2 on oar public schools.
IV r man's Macjvzink. The October
number of this literary treat is before us.
and this number is better than its prede
cessors. It is published by G. P. l'utman
and Son, New York at 1.00 per annum.
Pktkk's MrsiCAi.MoNnrT.r. For Septem
ber lias been received. As usnsl. il con
tains some fine original music. This No.
contains the following poise's, among-many
others, which we would commend, viz :
Jessie, a song ; At home t'jon art rcmcm-lie-rod
; Congenial Hearts, a Mazourka ;
Morning Glogy, a mazourka ; and Take me
Home, a song.
The MANTFACTrnEii and Bltldeh. For
September has been received. It is pub
lished by Western and Company. New
York, at $1.50 per annum, and should be
taken by every mechanic iu the land.
Tuk Phrenological Journal. ior Octo
uku. is full of entertaining reading.
Among its contents are: George W.
Child the Philadelphia publisher ; Philip
Phillips, the well-known Singer; John A.
Roebling, the Eminent Civil Engineer;
George L. Miller, the Omaha Editor ;
Phrenology, is it a Science ? Answers to
objections ; The Phrenologist's Prophecy ;
Salem Witchcraft an Elaborate Review ;
Our Convicts What shall Re done with
them? Yaccination is it useful? A new
method of Warming Houses ; The Tiger ;
The Chinese Question ; Shall we have
'"Celestial" Laborers? etc., with portraits
and other Illustrations. Only 30 cents,
or $3 a year.
Address S. R. Wells, Publisher, 389
IIoiWat Home. This excellent month
ly is before us, full of interesting reading
matter. Among other things, it contain
a bundle of incongruities entitled : "A
Chinese Love Song," which we hope our
Chinese-loving Republican friends -will
cowiilit to memory.
Selling1 Chinese Children.
A lady resident at Ilongkonr,
writes that the selling of Chinese
children is a common thinp; and that
tliey are iriven to the pi.s in the in
t trio r. A s an y Chin aman may re
pudiate a wife once a year in the
Celestial kingdom, the "divorced or
rejected wife is at liberty to save or
destroy her children, as she chooses,
support or sell them, in Hongkong
they sell them when they can ; in
other places they are dealt out as
swill to hogs. Probably this rie
coi.nts for the Chinaman's well
known penchant for pork; it is all
in the family ; John enjoys the com
panionship of his relative while he
eats him. This would seem a de
velopment ofalFection in advance
of that of the FeejeCans,- who con
tine their flesh feasts mostly to the
stakes furnished by the rHissiona
ries who appear to visit those is
lands chiefly as caterers for the
cannibal cuttsute. But John Chi
naman goes one better. He or she,
feeds the pigs with Chinese babies,
and then eats the pigs. We are not
cruel enough to wish an increase
of pigs in China, but diavc no doubt
that if irost of the Chinese women
who are infesting this city should
now grow fat on distillery slops,
there would be a sudden mortality
in the pork market. S. J Call.
A IL.L.I.Y3I DAVinSO.V,
Aajoiiiins- tlie Tolei-apb OSllef, TortLia 1 Oie-o:;.
SrKCIAL COLLECTOR of CLAIMS,
Accounts, Notes, Uunds, Drafts, and Merear.
tile Claims of every description, throughout
Oregon ana t.ie leirttones, ILL HL.MADE
... ... .. . ......
A St'KCIAl.TY, and promptly eol'ectcd, as
well as Avitli a due regard to economy in all
business auit'vrs entrusted to Ids care and
the proceeds paid over punctually. iott
URAL ESTATE DEALER.
SPECfA L XO TICKS.
PIii!tnoin:i!i Licxlgc 5o. 1, A. I1'. ud
a . A. M. Holds its regular eommuni
3?" cations on the I'! rut and Tltird Sat
' unlay in eacli month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2oth of .September to the -iOtb of
M.'.rch, and 7 5 o'clock from tbe 2oth of March
to the 20tb of September. Rrethrcniu good
standing are invited to attend.
Ry order of W. M.
Orrgon IjOtis;1" No. 3, I. O. of O. F.
'.i'v Meets every Wednesday even-
S&4&f$iz nig at ( o-clock, in Masonic lia'l.
Members of the Order arc invited to attend
XIeZecca Degree tjoiSjsCC So. 3, I. O. O. F
,o Meet on tlie Second and F u; th
ot each mouth, at 7 o'clock, in O Id Fellows'
Hall. Members of the Degree are invited to
attend. Vy ordr of N. (5.
Cljicli:tttsis Hi vision ?'o. 3, fi. of T.
Holds its regular meetings on Friday even '
ins of each week, at Templar Hall, Oregon
Citv. Members of the Order are invited to
attend. Ry order W. P.
"Willamette rr.tlc Xo. 151. O. G0 T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the roonr.c
,S.i-:. corner of Main and Fittb streets, at 1 1-2
o'clock. Yisiting members arc invited tc
attend. - R3' ordr of
W. C. T.
A VERY ECEGETiTJL MAIL
G. W. Fonier, a man about five feet six.
with a powder-buri ed face, is a very forget
ful man. lie. forgot to leave some sixty dol
lars.' worth of furniture and other articles
bcTongPig to me when he left mj place, on
or aoout xne ewi oi .-epiemucr, io-j.
Mr. Lenjamin Thomas, of Cathlamct, W.
T., informs me that he bought a lot of pota
toes from this same powder faced man, and
paid him for tnem, but he forgot il unit so
thmt to anoilur pitrtij t?n! name day, and then
left next morning at two o'clock.
Mr. P. E. Fercben, of Astoria, informs me
that he handed tins same man l which be
agreed to pay to a neighbor of his, Mr R.
Elliot, of Cathlamct, but he forgot it and
kept the fn.fy.
There are other cases that we could men
tion, but this is enough for the public to
know at present.
JOHN II. TTIESSING,
Mifwaaile, Oregon, Sept. 2C, 1SG0.
uy business connection with the above
named John II. Thessing has amounted to
thousands of Dollar., and I have at all times
found him to be a correct and reliable man.
J. R. RALSTON.
Oregon City, Sept. 22, 1SCU.
G.W. Fonner received of S. Lr.tUiag, of
Mdwaukie, Hl"ty-s;x dollars, and forgot to pay
it back agreed on. S. LUELLING.
I hereby certify ibat G. W. Fonner bor
rowed of me ten dollars on th 2."H day of
August, which he promised to pay back on
the tollowing day, and which he did not do,
I, J. M. Frazeh, County Clerk of county
and State aforesaid, do hereby certify ilr.it
the gentlemen abeve named, to Avit : J. II.
Thessing. B. F. Smith and S. Lueiling, are
citizens of tlvs county, and are men of un
doubted veracity. I have the utmost confi
dence in the truthfulness of their statement.
In testimony whereof I hereunto sit my
name as such County Clerk.
J. M. FRAZElt, County Clerk.
Sept. 22, 1 SCO. 4G.lt
edatthe ENTERPRISE OFFICE.
JUSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
tion, printed at the Enterprise office.
WEDDING. AT HOME. AND YISIT
ing eardo lieatly printed at this
nor has he ever sent word that he would or And tl. the a?, JAY COOKE & CO. Waebingtoiv Genera?
intended to pay the same; consccpeutlv, j 4,,,., in A-aluaUuns, descriptions, Southern Agentv E. S. Turner, Manager,
think he wiltully forgets to pay an honest 0f (1.a:iTit-;eS 0f lands, b-ts or other p-Mpcrty.
dbt- IF. SM1I1L I ' M PATTERSON, County Assessor J. A. ELLIS & CO. Chicago, General Atrcntf?
St.vte of Otgv 1 - for Juino'sr, isconsin, Iovra and Mmn.
' ci.AeMAs'corNTv. WASHING r?IADE EAS,
SIMILIA SnCTLIiigs OUEAFTTJE.
-so , simple that ml& K!
. V ' . .
nsin"tb.-m. Zur.,B-K!0 eaunot be made m
Cer Snd Vr,' css as to be free from dan
They lvc Uortlhi'i t0 Le alwa-va reliable,
all and n oi - C hiKhcet cominendation Ironi
an, ana U always render Batisfeetion.
1, Cures vera, Congestion, Inflammation"!
3 " V?r"i,?vlni Fever, Worm Colic.25
4' l,r:1"?-C'oliccrTeetl.ingof Infants23
5 ""fja of Children or Adults.. 25
liyspcissia, Bilious Stomach...... 23
Mi !?5rt-!.! nr ln!V.l TA..r, ,-r
lutes, too profuse Periods 25
5.1"?"!'- Consh, Difficult Breathino- .25
15 5"ItMIeuM,Er.veIpela9,Erupti3i835 1
-ir 7.. ,it!cl,!tisMlni. Uhenmatic min3..23 i
cordairiun "i V it1"'1 UJM'-1 yiALSMith directions
containing double quantifies each, for CO
-,JHift?i'u'g :'e ohoputvn'in, rials and 'are
at the mme jnces yiren fatmn
Vb , A: Ali UC.Cniff Fevor. AnuTJ
1', I'ileS. lllilnl m l,lr.,H,", ftI
ptha3iny, and gore or weak EyesoO
h.acnte or chronicJnllucnzaoO
Astisnsa, oppressed Breathing 50
Irop.v, and scanty Secretions 50
Nea-sH-kness..icK.ness from ridingM
Iiidncy-JUiMoe. Gravel . 50
Nervus liebiJily etnitiai
I-nnxsions, iiryoluutarr Dls
Chariro , 1 qq
Sore iTSouth, Canker 50
Ifrinary Vcahicss.wettiii? becl.0
jt'ai'sisil I.erIoi, Avith spasms GO
Si!ireriitscs at change 01 liiV 1 (k)
iililstlieria, ulcerated eore tlu"oat.50
Oi 3." to GO larre rlr.ls, mororro
or roscAyocd t-s'sc, rontaining
tSiaeae a family s"rjj l-ject to,
Riid books or directions
i'rom $10 to $35
Em alter family and Travellis ca?es,
Avitb 20 to 2-S vials ironi S.j to $S
Bpccilica for ali fi.ri ate Btisrases.bo!h
for Curing ami for 1'revcnlive
treatment, in vials and pocket cases, $2 to$ 5
C.tres 15rsis. 18r;o?, LamrnrKiA
kvei 'a1?, , v.. v. ; ... fa... ji. '
aclie, ICaraciic, Notiratjriji, ieiaentna-
- ..... i . ,i : (. i i . u 11(11 r
1??"' hVh?tiJ?V ?,lB,-H.
Rose, SjowiatJi, or 01 Piles; Corns, 8J1-
Priee, (i 02., iJOcts.i Pints, $1.00 s
Quarts, si. 75. ' '
STv Ttiepo liemcdies, except TONTVS EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, are Pent to
any inrt ot the country, bv mail or express, free
Of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
- Homeopathic Medicine Company,
fficc and Depot, No. SGSBvoadwav, New York.
Dr. IIcmphreys is consulted daily at his ofllec
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
FOR SALE BY ALL DUUGGIST3.
T II E
Porilss sael Acadessay
And Female SennsRary.
Under tlie Superintendence of T. II. CraAA
i'ord. A. L, aiiVutls excidleut iac lities
for tbe acquirement of a practical
Ibisiie-s Education. Tuition
In the Commercial I)i paitment, 12 per Qr.
The Course in the
Resides il e usual English studies, embra
ces the Natural Science-, Mathematics, as
far as Surveying, and suiiieicnt Latin for
p"Ofe-siosil purposes. These Course, sys
tematic ami complete wi:h:n themselves, arc
especially- vccodh!oi;0I to those who cannot
spend six ears in College
-iy" Yi.iii,? Ladies a-e under the immedi
ate care ot tho Preceptress, Miss Kmi'y J.
York. For new Cfttalu.mio. containing names
of Graduates and fall information,
Addie. a : T. M. GATCII, Principal,
42. J Portland,- Oregon.
F, WILLIS trc Go.
v ivT.-rrA. a v ta c t ir wr"
OREGON CITY. OREGON.
Having recent'ry alded to the Livery Steck
new Cat riaues, ItuurKtes and ilorseSj re now
prepared at all times to let the same, at reas
onable rates. Horses bought and sold, or
kept by the day or week.
j JRR & MORRISS,
FOR OREGON CITY AND VICINITY.
ZT Will deliver to their patrons all the
bet fstvlities of Stall Ft d Hect, also Mutton,
Pork,1 t'oultry etc., as usual twice a w ck, on
Tuesdays oiid Sutitrdftys ! -ThankfuV
for past favors of the public, would
respect! till y a-ks a contimiauce of the same.
N. lb An ab-jadantsttpplv of sond poultry
on hand. JS.tAC PAU1J,
P. D. MO-UU1SS.
The Co-pavtner.-hlp heretofore existing
oetween t lie untiers:-guett, unuei m mni
name of DILLKR MILLER, is this day
dissolved, bv mutual consent.
Sept Tth, ISOftr A. F. MILLER.
The business will be carried cn as usual,
by the undersigned, at the old stand, Lincoln
Bakery, West side Main street, Oregon City.
Sept. 7th, IS'i'j Il.ur L. DlLLElt.
rlyO THE TAX-PAYERS
OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY
Not ire is hereby given that the undersign"
ed Assessor fur "tbe Co tint v of Clackaiuas,
State of Oregon, will atteml at tbe oiliee of
the County Cleik of Clackamas County, State"
j ()n Jft)))7.(, jU'iJ(7' 2'7ft, XSCO,
RY USING THE
Automatic Clothes Washer
and Boiler !
ririE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE
JL times, as it does away aa ith rubbing
and wear and tear on Clotnes. An ordinary
wa-biii can be dine in from one to two
. j.iV'.n TIME. bAUOR AND EX-
IFSE Warranted to give entire satisfac,
tion. Jror sale ny
J.C. MAR OY, Manufacturer,
143 Front street, one door north of
jjtf Tavlor street. Portland.
iJ i t U v
Cor. Front and H astungton ,ts.
Acent North British aud Mercantile
Insurance Company, and Manhat
tan Life lnsurar.ee Company.
Govfrnnicnt Securities, Stocks,Ronds
and Real Estate bought aau sold on Cow-iai&ion.
tr-Ji urjlmg, liilions Colic.25
tJsolcrnOlorl) u s, Vomiting 23
tifE SHSO RANGE eoMP'Y !
United States of America.
JVA5II1XGTOX, D. C.
Rrnncli Office at Pnilarfclpnia,
Wlicre the business of the Company 13
transacted, and to which all general
correspondence ff:rmW? be addressed.
rii'ladelphia, Clarence II. Clark. Jay Cooke,
F. Kutehtord Starr, J. Hincklev Clark, Gio.
V. Tyler, W. C,. Moorhead.
AVashinKtou, Henry D. Cooke, E. A. Rollins
Win. E. I'liamller, John D. DetVces.
New Yoik, Edw. Dodge, II. C. Fahnestock.
CLARENCE II. CLAPR; President.
JAi COOKE, Chairman Finance
And Executive Committee.
HENRY R. COOKE, Vice P-esident.
EMERSON W.PEET, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS fi. SM ITIl.M.I)., Medical Director.
J- E WING MEARS, M. IX, Assistant.
wf P ntivniV!! u'.-i. ta, n
and Ceo. IIAir?lN0, Philadelphia,
tl Most Successful T ifp
C l!OSL OIICCCSSIU1 Jllt
Insurance Company ot
The World !
Having issued in the first TEX months of
15,142,800 Dollars !
This Company r.flbrds to its Policy Holders
I5y 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 fER CENT. PY ITS
Return Premium Plan S
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
V. E. HALE MANAGER.
AGEKT FOR OKEGC.V.
OFFICE IX CREETS B VIEDIXG,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and Fust sts )
ENTRANCE ON STARK STREET,
PEj LOCAL AGINTj
GENERAL AGENTS i
JAY C00KE & CO. No. 21(1 Broad way, N.Y.
General Agents for New York and Noith
ern New Jersey. J. U. Orvis and D. C
W b 1 1 m a n , M a n a ge r s.
E. W. CLARK A CO. Rankers,- No. S'l SoutW
Third street, PhiladelphiaGeneral Agent?
for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jer
sey. C. S. Russell, Manager.
JOHN W. ELLIS & CO. No. 122 Walnut St.,
Cincinnati, General Agents for Ohio and'
Central and SouthernTndiana.
I S. A. KEAN & CO. Detroit, General Agents'
for Machijran aid Northern Indiana. D.-
AV. Kean, Manager,
T. R. EDGAR, Sfe. Louis, General Agen for
Missouri and Kansas. C. Orvis, Manager.
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, Roston. General
Agents for New England and Eastern
Provinces of Canada. J. P. Tucker Man
ager. JOHNSTON BROTHERS A- CO. Raltimore,
General Agents for Maryland, W. A. Wi
WM. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, General
Ggeut lor the pOHiinion of Canada.
Hendee's Photograph Gallery.
JO" THE ONLY" PLACE IN PORTLAND
where you are sure of getting No. 1 Fictuies
at all times is at Hendee's Gallery, corner of
Fir.-.t aad Morrison streets, where he is as
well prepared to do a!! kinds of work as any
Gallery in Oregon, and will guarantee as
good satisfaction for all his work as can le
ad in the State.
Pictures of every kind can be had at short
notice. Old Pictures can be copied, enlarged
anH retouched in Idia Ink, or Oil Colors,
AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER
PLACE. 4t Orn
yy ILL AMETTE NURSERY.
Season of 1SG9 70.
G. W. WALLING &. Co. would eallp
the attention of the public to their large
and Avtll assorted stock of fine fruit trees and
shrubbery, cons'sting of choice varieties of
CHERRIES, PLUife; REARS,
APRICOTS, PEACHES, NUTS,
RASPPEnniE?, Ac, Ac.
Persons desirous of purchasing trees
should call and examine our stock, which is
the largest acd best in the State.
Orders (with the cadi) sent to the Nursery
will be prompely filled and forwa:dcd.
JB-SfJrtnictire taken in Kicking Trtt9.Hy
Address all orders to
G. W. WALLING k Co.,
43tf Oswego, Clackamas County Oregon.
E.Vf T;i IX AND
Mamiracturcr of every variety of
FURNITURE, BEDDING, CARPETS,
WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANGINGS,
DAMASKS, UIli:iOES,S g.
$" All kinds of Upholstery TiimnTng
constantlA on band. Spring ami Hair Mat
t asses of Pest Quality MADE TO OiiDER.
JS'f" Southwest corner First and Taylor sts.
Portland, Oregon. 45.rm
O R E OON
F. 0PITZ, PKOPRIEE,
FIRST STREET, PORTLAND,
Bet. Washincton and Sturfc sts.
ALL KINDS AND QUALITIES OF
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRT
AVill always be sold beloAV San Francises
prices. All orders promptly' attended to.
Tirfit t., I'orthtnd, Urcon.
C. II. SlYIilE
Xo. HO Kirtsl Street ,
Hot. Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washsfands, -Sheet
Lead and Block Tin,
Wrought Iron Fipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELROWt EETURNPENDL
NIPPLES; E'CSIJfGS, d,
for Steam; Wttfr and (Ja3.
Scotch Tubes, Watcrr Guages, Vfbrrtlet
Tallon Pumps, Steam Guages, (Robe,
AiVdo, and Co'eck Valres", Guage
jocks. Air Ccks, and all kinds
CI lira Work. Rubber
Hose, lose Pipes, Ac.
Hotels, public buildings, and private res?
df frccs hcTtCd with the latest improvements
li i fffoam Or.hof air apparatus.
I invite ciffyfens gen'craTJy fo call and ex
amine my stock, avTucTi has been seToc'tCd
Avith great care, and especial attention given
to the Wants of this' market. -
(3. II. MYERS.
J. R. RALSTOf
IS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CiTY, OREGO'N.
tTfllEUE HE WOULD INVITE HIS
T 7 friends, and the public m general, to
call and examine his stock-,-consisting ot a
general assortment Of
ISatts sfitdL Csi.is9
Having fron: many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIE IB SMALL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER? SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Sdence the Cry of Portland Piicesrf
Oregon City, August 2Sth; 185'J.
A LARGE IN tO ICE OF NEW
Sunday School and Gift Books !
I7ROM THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
: ty and
Various other Publishing Houses!
For sale by the subscriber, on Jefferson fit.
between 2d and 5d. Portland, Ongon.
52.1 and Tieus. Oregon Tract Society
G. II. ATKINSON. Secretary.
Change of Time !
UNTIL FURTHER Xd?rcE
People's Transportation Co.'s
jjgli Alektor Senatok,
Will leave the Company's dock, Portland,
Every morning at 5 o'clock, Sundays ex
cepted, Connecting at Oregon City
with steamers for
SA8SfI AU& DAYTON,
ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY",
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
Ot each week.
3?" ?? f-ts protldcd for passengers on
board steamer ALERT, at Fifty cent ;.
A. A; McCULLY, President.
Aiiusl4, l?i;V. t-latf)
IV A P 'ST'.T'S" "efJ"T2S
J.'a w 3 iu. jjlj i. v;oo 1 ,
T il R E E - PLY,-
oil - cloths,
LACE - CUSTAIHSj &e. &c.
Vrre Would Call the ailention af par
tics Jilting up houses, or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stocky which is
ONE OF THE COMPLETEST
On the IPsacille Cosist!
Our Goods being sjiccially selected at
the Factories in England and the
EaslCr rt States ', we can sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. SO Front street, between Alder
.) and Washington, Portland Oregon
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
Pate Mack 4- Hatch,
The patronage of those desiring Iirst Class
Operation, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. R. Nitrous Oxyde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Office Corner of Washington and Fron
streets, Portland. Entrance on Washington
During rny 6nr of two years
in the Eastern States I haA'e
snnrcd lifithft timo t r r
iUlfiiJ money to mak' ryseif per
fectly '! h'ia'f with and master of my ro
fession. Tliose desiring the best Tvcrk that
the nature of the case will admit of can find
me at my otlice, 107 front street, f tfo d66rs
above McCormick's Rook Stdfe, I'ortland,
DR. J. G. CEENN. ,
Contracor and Builder,
Mahr St., OREGON CITY.
&5 Wil? at ItnS to all Tfork in his line, co&
sisting in part of Carpenter, and Joiner woi
framing, building, etc. Jobbing promptl
fII. tjTTPnt & CO.,
AND CfENTS' FUI1NISUING GOODS.
Ci FRONT STREET,
UNDER COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
4o.3m) rortle-nd, Oregon.
No. 109 FRONT STREET,
fj! And Jeweler-
: And Dealer m CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND
JEWELERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox &
.Gibbs' Letter "G" Sei'rs'g Machines, which
are now being stild singly at cost, or whole
sale less than cost. Other goods at greatly
reduced rates. (4r.tf
A. G. WALLTNG'tf
Pioneer Book Bindery
OREGON IAN RUILDING,
So. 5 AViisIiiiiJftoii Sti-'tet,
RLANK ROOKS RULED and BOUND to
a'nv desired pattern.
MUSIC ROOKS, MAGAZINES:, NEWtS
PAPERS, Etc., boirrrd in every variety of
style known" fo fhe trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
FRONT STREET,- FIRST STREET,
Near Morrison Street. Near YarttiiH.-
KAST & CAHALIN.
Kew St05k of Boots and Shoes
Dest Selection in the City !
Coriiprising all theleading and best brands
Known, such as Renkert's, Tirrell's, Fogg's,
Houghton & Coolidge's, Reed's, Godfrey's
and numerous others, of cents and boys
wear. Also Mile's. Sieberlich's. Unit's
San Francisco and custom-made ladies and
children s wear.
Our customers and the public in seneral
are invited to call and examine our stock,
which we will sell cheaper than ever.
1 . o. Moots made to order, and an assort-
1 ment of our make coustamtly on hand
STOP THAT GOOGHI
03XE OP YOTJ CAsV'T, AVD WE PIT Y
J you. You have tried every remedy bat the OXK
ij2U!iod, by its intrinsic meiit, to supersede all sim
raf preparations. It is not surprising you shonW b
eluctaat ta try something else after tbe rnany :
erinictit3 you have mado of trashy coWpcuiiJ
bicted- a tho public as a certain curw; but
s really tho TT.F.Y PHT tWaedy ever coTnpomVAi
r tbe euro f T Conphs, folds. Horn Throat, Asthuw,
A'hoopini; Conh,Broiieni:;sanl fonsin:ptAn. TKou
ands of people in California nr Orejion havo rfn
JreaUy bueliued by the surprising cttrutivo puvci
Pulmoiiary Syrup '
ir.d with one accord give it thMr unrpirdificd r.ppi"
Kitio. We now a.'drf'ss ourseJvc's to all who r.ru un
crpiaintod with this, tlio greatest l:anaeea cif tlie ;
or the healing of all Iiaci.ii.J uf U10' 'fhruaV j. i
L,ungs, aasuiiai; you that
has cured thousands Rii it will cure YOU i f you if
This invalnnhlo tnodicincT i rlasant to'tlie tnst,
:oolhing, healing and strciigiheuini; m us eaecis; n
irely free froai all po:-oin-Mit rr deleterious drug
ud perfectly harmless under all cirebnTsLuii-y.
Certificates from many ron:iuer.l vai'v.ui cf Sa
frauciico accompany every buttlu cf
Pulmonary Syr tip
fcfTiTNGTON tz CO. Agents, 5an rnsicuw.
ALWA YS SA FE ! A H ays EffectnaL
Ferer and Atri.e is Speedily and ef
fectually cured bv Dr. E. COOLER'S Univer
sal Magnetic Eafrn. .
"PRO BONO PUBLICO!"
TRULY A VEGETABLE PREPA
RATION. None genuine without siguatsie
of W. R. Strong.
RED1NGTON, HOSTETTER & CCt..
410' and Front st., San Francisert
hrole and exclusive A cents.
REDINGTOIl, HOSTETTER &G0S
This valuable preparation, containing lrr
a h?whly cinccntrntcd form all the properties
of Jamaica Ginger, has become one of tho
most rnpnlnr domestic remedies for all diseas
es- of the stomach and digestive organs. As it
tonic, rt Avill bb found invaluable to all persons
recovering from debility, whether produced
by fever or otherwise: lor while it impacts to
the system all tlie glow ,gnd vigor that can
hi produced by wine or hi atidy, it is free from O
the reactionary ejects that follow the use or
spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for fcmaTcs
who suffer from difficult menstruation, givlnjr
almost irr?med'ate relief to ihe spasms that
so frequently accompan' tliat period.
It gives immediate relief to Ifausea, caused
by riding in a radread car, cr by sea sicknes
or other causes.
It is also valuable .is an external application,
for Gout. Rheumatism. Neuralgia", etc.
REDING TON, HOSTETTLT Co.,
4IG and 418 Front st, San Francisco.
Uac Kiecfro Silicon,
OrHlMsrie Itrilllnit .-
REDINGT01T HOSTETTER & Co.'s
For the Handkerchief.
This article, possessipg the mos delicate
fragrance of Flowers, is unequalled- as a ier
fume for fhe Handkerchief.
FOR THE BATH!
Used in oft thing- it f.mparts strength and en
ergy to the system, and gives that softness
and delicacy to the skin so much desired by
StNBULN, FRECKLES' - PIMPZES,
Diluted with water it makes an clejranf oin-
trfrice, imparting pearly whiteness to ihe tee th
sweetness to tbs breath, and , renders the
gums hard and of a beautiful color.
It should always be used after phavins diltit.
ed with water, as it relieves all infipTumation-
II EDING TON, HQS TETTER Co.
41G and 418 Front St.. Kan Fraacisco.
- ou -
Magic 2111111 ii22l !
Direct froni Nature's Labraiory.
The Pest arficle ever discovered for clean
ing afifd Polishing Gold. Silver and Plated
ware, and all smooth Mctalic Surfaces, of
whatever description, including Kitchen iUii
sils of Tin, Copper, Rrass, Steel, 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 AA-ho have had eviiencsof ibs merit-v.
REDING TON,. HOSTETTER CVT
Sole' Agents, San Francisco-
REDING TON, HOSTETTER S,- Co
ENT PACTS Are the ligst.
Redington, Hostetter & Co's
Ploiida Water !
USE NO OTHER.
Unexcelled for Toilet Use and fgr the Bath.