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TOWN AXD COUNTY.
"Tbe Vestry of St. FanVs (Episcopal)
Church, in tbis city, have ordered the pur
chase of an Oswego Stove for the church.
There are no more economical or comfort
able stoves in use, for office, church,
echool-room, etc.. than the Oswego Stove ;
an-i, besides this, they are cast from the
metal of our own county.
Pr.owsKD. A young man named Foote,
pinploved as steward on the steamer Alert,
jumped overboard and was drowned on
last Saturday morning. He went into the
ladies' cabin, and as he went out, spoke to
come ladies, and bid them good bye, then
immediately went aft and jumped over
board. He had recently been discharged
from ibe Insane Asylum, at East Portland.
Statistics of Okkuon. In addition to
the Statistics of Oregon, by a A. J. Dufur,
ve copy from the Oregonian, and publish
on the fourth page of to-day "s paper, a
record of the weather of Oregon for the
pat ten years, kept by Thos. Frazer Esq.,
,,i Portland. It is reliable and will great
It assist our Atlantic friends in arriving
at proper conclusions in regard to our cli
mate. MeCoinncK'H Almanac We have re
ceived McCormick's Almanac for 1870. It
contains a large amount of valuable sta
tistics relative to Oregon, and Washington
and Idaho Territories. It is published by
i?. J. McCormick. of Portland, and has
reached I Ls 10th year.
TiFkft. A you.ig man, somewhat res
pectably connected, was recently detected
in the theft of a pair of boots from the
tnre of .Mr. John F. Miller, in this city.
) paid for the boots, and was not prose
cuted for the olJVnse. It ishopi-d that the
lissuti may prove to be a salutary one for
Frr.K. On Thursday morning, about
five o'clock an old frame house on the
west side of the river, and on the Harvey
property was burued down. The house
was occupied at tffe time but the occu
pants were absent and what little proper
ty they had was burned. It h supposed
tu be the work of an incendiary.
0 -o- o
IJaii.kovo Acciukxt. On last Thursday
evening one of the trucks, or wheels, of a
construction car gave way as (Iw train
was approaching the Clackamas and
threw tno of the construction cars off the
track smashing one of tiiemso much that
it cannot be used again. Two men were
lonsiderably bruised, but not seriously
injured by the accident.
Uin.noAi Puoi;nK.ss. The track layers
tave0ieaehed this place, and the track cf
the Oregon Central Railroad is now laid
from Portland to Oregon City, with the
exception of the Clackamas bridge, which
we are informed will be finished and the
nils laid across it within ten days from
I. R. Makl. Whose left arm was am
putated close to the shoulder on the 14th
of last month is in town and called upon
us oa last Wednesday. The wound is
healing very rapidly and in a very short
time he will be able to attend to his busi
ness. We regard this as ve y quick work.
Mr. Mael desires us to say for him that
he hig jly appreciates the f riendly spirit of
the citizens of this place who :?o promptly
manifested material sympathy for him on
the occasion of his misfortune ; and ac
cepts the donation with many thanks to
Extertaixmext. On last Saturday eve
ning, Prof. Plummer gave one of his re
fined and popular drawing-room enter
tainments at the Court House, which was
attended by a small, but appreciative au
dience, who testified their approbation by
frequent bursts of applause. The ap
plause was well-merited too, for he is an
accomplished reader, and an exquisite
Actor and furnished his audience a rich
Mr. Plummer will give another reading
t the Court House on next Monday eve
ning, on which occasion he will preach
tb celebrate Hard Shell Baptist Sermon
-Harp of 1,000 Strings, which, properly
rendered, will be quite laughable. Not
withstanding the frightful announcement
on his bills that an athletic individual at
the door will insi st mildly, yet firmly, on
voluntary contribution of an American
i dollar from each person who attempts
to rush in, let him have a full house.
False Alarm. -On Saturday evening
last, soon after dark, the savage cry of
"Fire!' Firel?"' startled our citizens,
and as the alarm proceeded from the vi
cinity of the Imperial Flouring Mills, and
'M given so vociferously as to be heard
above ihe noise of the rushing waters, in
that vicinity, the natural supposition was
that it was a case of urgent necessity, and
the firemen of the several Companies has
tened after their -respective machines,' all
of which were speedily put upon the route
to the scene of the (supposed) conflagra
tion, which was just below the sidewalk.
here it ascends from Main street to the
tosin of the P. T. Co. Theie, what a sight
met the astonished gaze of ihe public I
An old man, heels up and coat tail flvinr
ith a basket of0pig3 feet, scattered about
him, sat there halloing, sobbing and bel
lowing J ne ilaJ been Uown town' and
while there had imbibed rather too freely,
which caused him to lose his equilibrium
at that particular juncture, when the man,
the lager that was in him, the basket, pif
feet and all, topped over' the basin, on
the weather side. He was rescued, and
ectoa his way, regretful at the loss of
contents of his basket, but apparently
indifferent about the trouble and damans
SCi, " lnnir. or re good citizens
aa sustained at his expense,
Patience Exiiaisted. The turn out'7
of the Fire Department on last Saturday
evening caused a heavy draft on the stock
of good nature possessed by the boys."
It was truly a trial by no means compos
ing to the nerves of the department, nor
complimentary to the by-standers. and we
trust that in future people generally may
be found lending a helping hand to the
beys of the department, instead of derisive
ly looking on. The occasion, it is true, as
it has turned, presents many ludicrous in
cidentsbut, hid it have been Mr. La
Roque's mill on fire, instead of a man in
the " ditch Thirty Thousand Dollars'
worth of property destroyed, instead of a
basket of pigs' feet; then, the "laugh'
would not be so broad. The fire depart
ment needs to be encouraged. and "though
we confess to having enjoyed the pigs' feet
incident hugely, we agree with the fire
men that it was an ugly joke for them,
and contrary to what Artemns Ward once
said, of a similar circumstance, it was not
"sing'lcr, these firemen haven't leas' pre-
ciasion of humor,' their patience was all
gone and Plummer couldn't 'ave made
'em laugh that night, with one of his lec
tures. Wanted. We observe that a few of the.
Main street merchants, in this city, have
employed small boys, (or the boys have
volunteered), to keep the city cows from
customers' wagons, while trading. This
is a capital idea but would it not be bet
ter f or the next generation if parents were
to see that the boys were in school, or
otherwise employed ? We suggest that
a few more dogs be imported, and kept in
the place for such emergen 3Hig. By a
careful estimate it has been ascertained
that there are something less than y5.GoO
dogs now living in and about Oregon City
three or four thousand more would be
a number quite sufficient to do the work.
Mr. Joseph Crowther. who was form-erl-
employed as head finisher, in the Or
egon City Woolen Mills, a very worthy
and intelligent young man, was killed in
a gasolene explosion at Sherbrook, Prov
ince of Ontario, recently. A paper which
contains particulars of the explosion, in
forms us that Mr. Crowther was employed
in the finishing room of the establishment
where he met his death. One other person
met a similar fate, and a third was badly
injured. Mr. Crc wthers numerous friends
here, will be pained to hear of this melan
Bai.lou's Monthly Magazixk. We are
in receipt of this marvellously cheap and
handsome Magaziue for December. Its
table of contents is varied and charming,
embracing the usual fine variety of serials,
sketches, stories, poems and attractive en
gravings. The publishers announce in
the prospectus for the coming year. a seri
al story Jbr adults, by the popular Maga
zine writer, James Franklin Fitts, and a
juvenile serial by the young people's fa
vorite. Horatio Alger, Jr. The price of
this periodical is a marvel to everybody
a hundred page fiast-class illustrate 1
Magazine for fifteen cents, or $1 fG per
year, is indeed wonderfully cheap. Elliott,
Thomes & Talbot, Publishers, Boston.
II.vnrEii for December. We have re
ceived the December number of Harper's
Magazine and find it replete with interest
ing and instructive reading matter. The
leading articles Frederick The Great and
Beast, Bird and Fish, both beautifully il
lustrated are worth nibre than the price of
the magazine for one year.
Okegox City Woolex Factory. Yes
terday we were shown, by a merchant of
this place, an order from Northampton
County, New York, for some water proof
cloth manufactured at this Factory.
Union Service. There will be Union
service held in the M. E. Church to-morrow
evening, Rev. C. W. Todi officiating.
A communication from St. Elmo was
received too late for publication this
week, it will appear in the next issue.
New. We have this week added a prices
current for Oregon City, and hope it may
be beneficial to our farmers.
St. ranis (Episcopal) Church, the Rev. John
W. Sellwood, rector. Services on Sunday
at a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
and Bible class at 2 p. m.
1st Congregational Church ..... .Scats Free.
Morning Services, 10.45.
Sabbath School, 12 o'clock M.
Evening Services 7i o'clock.
Rev. E. (Jerky, Acting Pastor
Sunday evening ....5 o'clock
Tuesday evening 7 o'clock.
M. E. Church, Seats Free.
Morning Services, .10.30,
Evening Service, 7 o'clock.
Class Meeting following Morning Services.
Praver Meeting Thursday evening 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock P. M.
Rev. C. W. Todd, Pastor.
rpiIE PAIN KILLER
JL Is both an interna! and externa! remedy.
rpilK PAIN KILLER
JL Should be used at the first manifestation
of cold or cough.
riiiE Pain killer ,
JL Drn't fail to keep it in the House ready
rpiIE PAIN KILLER
JL Is an almost certain cure for Cholera,
and has without doubt been more suc
cessful in curing this terrible disease
than any other known remedy, or even
the niO:t eminent and skillful physi
cians. In India, Africa and China,
where this dreadful disease is ever
more or less prevalent, the Pain Killer
is considered by the natives, as well as
European residents in those climates,a
rpnE PAIN KILLER
JL Each bottle is wrapped with full direc
tions lor its use.
rpiIE PAIN KILLER
L Is sold by all druggists and dealers in
BIMILIA SraiLlBrjS CuTRAlTrutf ?
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLB
experience, an entire snccees : Simple
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are th
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use,
bo simple that mistakes cannot be made is
using them. ; eo harmless s to be free from dan
ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable.
They have raised the highest commendation from
all, and will always render satisfaction.
1, Cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammation s.25
2, " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.23
3, " " "rj I is,-Colic or Teething of Infants29
4, Ifiurrlioea of Children or Adnlts.. 26
5, Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Coh'c.25
6, - " Cholera-ITIorbus, Vomiting .25
7, Coughs, Colde, Bronchitis 25
8, Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache.v25
"K, " Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach., ....25
11, Hn i pressed, or Painful Periods... 25
12, " W kites, too profuse Periods ...25
13, " Croup. Cough, Difficult Breathing. .23
15, " Ithctiuiatism, Rheumatic paim..26
Au the above are put up in VIA LS.with directions
eentctining double quantities each, for 60
The foUoicing are aim put vp in vials and are
tent at tlie name jyrices given below.
Hi, " Fever A: Ague. Chill Fever, Agnes50
17, - l'iles, blind or bleeding 50
18, " Optlialmy, and sore or weak EyesSO
19, " CatarrJi.aeute or.chronic,InfluenzaT)0
20, " VJiooping-CougIi,violentcoughiW
21, " A stlmia, oppressed Breathing 50
22, " liar Disflares,impairedhearing50
2, " Scrofula. enlarged glnnds,swellings50
25, " Dropsy, and scanty Secretions 50
20, Sea-Sick ness,eicknes from rlding50
27, " Kiduey-Uiseasc, Gravel 50
23, " Nervous Debility Seminal
i Emissions, involuntary Dis
charges ...1 00
20, " Sore JJIoiitli, Canker 50
80, ' Urinary Wcalciies.s,wetting bed50
81, " laini"ul I'eriods, with spasms.. GO
82, " Siilierlitc-s at change of life... .. .1 00
S3, " lipilepsy,Spasms,!st.VitusDanccl 00
84, ,': Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat. 50
- , J'AMI.Y CASi:s
Of 35 to GO large vials, morocco
or rosewood case, containing
n speeilie lor every ordinary
disease a family is subjeet to,
and books of directions
From $10 to $35
Bmaller Famil y and Xravclina: cases,
with 20 to 2s vials jiom $5 to $8
Bpecilics for all lrivate Diseases.both.
for Curing and for Preventive
treatment, in vials and pocketcaoes,$2to$5
Cures Bunts. ISriii-.cs, Lameness,
Soreness,Sore '.Throat, Sprains. Toot H
at-he, larache, Neuralgia, ltheunia
tism, Iumbao, Piles, JEoils, Stings,
Sore liyes, ISleeding of the iMings,
IVose, Stomach, or of Piles; C'orais, 11
Cers. Old Sores.
Pric e, 6 oz,, oOcts.t Pints, $1.00 ;
Quarts, $1.75. ' '
t? These Remedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part ot the country, by mail or express, free
f charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 502 Broadway, New York.
Dr. IIcmpiireys is consulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Thomas Cliarnian !
Successor io CHAR MAX 4' 2JRO.,
compelled me aifiin to chonire ihe name
of the firm of CIIARMAN & i!RO. to that of
THOMAS CH ARM A' having purchased of
the estate all the interest held by my broth
er in the stock of roodj owned by Charniau
!c Brother, taking effect Jauuury Stl, lbtJ.
TIa c II- t si is c ss ' '
Will be Carried on as Usual
AND A FULL STOCK
Will be kept up by me, and will consist, 5n
part, of the following branches of trade :
Dry Goods and Clothing,
llatss Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Notions. Perfumery
And Patent Medicines.
Paints, Oils, Colors,
Dye Stuffs and Varnish,
Queensware, Crockery k Lamps
Sash, Doors, and Window Blinds,
Hardware, Tools and Cutlery,
Hope, and Kails
Of Every Description.
J ask Especial Attention to my
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
GROCERIES OF EVERY
OF ALL KINDS.
j6QAttcntion will be paid to any business
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Dusiuess with all who favor
me with their patronage, will be done on a
gold basis but Legal Tender will be re
ceived at the market quotations.
Agent WELLS FARGO feCO.
;gr I desire to say to all who favor me
with their patronage that I shall use my best
ability to please them, and all orders shall
meet with prompt attention. II y facilities,
for doing business are as good as any house
in Oregon, and I pledge myself to sell as
Cheap as any House in good standing in the
State.. I will not be undersold by any one
I'leose give me a call and examine for your
selves.; Thanking you for past favors, -J
remain, Respectfully vonrs,
THOMAS CHARM AN.
A. J. MONROE,
Dealer in California, Vermont
nniJ TfnJifin ifirhfS Oficlishs r
Monument s. I lead and Foot :
Salem Oregon. Ei
Mantles and Furniture Marble furnished
to order. 1 23t
WASHING MADE EASY,
BY USING THE
Automatic Clothes Washer
and Boiler !
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE
times, as it'does away with rubbing
and wear and tear on Clothes. An ordinary
washing can be done iu from one to two
hours-SAVKS TIME, LAEOF. AND . EX
PENSE. Warranted to give entire satisluc,
tiou. For sale by
J.C. MAKPY, Manufacturer,
lij Front street, one door north of
41 tf Taylor street, Portland.
i'rnriT PnriTTwn. Oregon.
J1V IX -
Cor. Front and lVahtnton ht.
A front Nnrth Hritishand Mercantile
Insurance Company, and Manhat
tan Life Insurance 'Company.
fjjy uovernmeni Decnruiff , i.u,uy"
and Real Estate bought aud sold on Com
nriTSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrin
U tion. printed at thy HxTEKrKiiE office
LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y !
United States ofAmerica.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Branch Office at PliilatlelpKia,
Where the business of the Company is
transacted, and to which all general
correspondence should be addressed.
Philadelphia, Clarence H.Clark, Jay Cooke,
F. Hatch ford Starr, J. Hinckley Clark, Geo.
V. Tyler, W. G. Moorhead.
Washington, Henry D. Cooke, E. A.Itollins
Wm. E. Chandler, John I). Defiees.
New York, Ed w.Dodge, II. C. Fahnestock.
CLARENCE II. CLARK, President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance
And Executive Committee.
HENRY D. COOKE, Vice President.
EMERSON W.PEET, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER, Assi.staxnt Secretary.
FRANCIS G. SMITI1.M.D., Medical Director.
J. EW1NG MEARS, M. D., Assistant.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C,
aud Gko. HARDING, Philadelphia,
The Most Successful Life
Insurance Company of
The World !
Having issued In the first TEN months of
15,112,800 Dollars I
This Company cflbrds to its Policy IIoldrs
lij 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
Return Premium Plan !
Wells, Fargo & Co-
G EX Ell All AGEXTS
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
W. E. HALE .MANAGER.
A. B. EULIS, M. .$
AGEKT FOR OREGO.V.
OFFICE IN CliEE'S H UII.DING,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and First sts.)
ENTRANCE ON STARK STREET,
S. D. POPE, LOCAL AGENT,
JAY COOKE & CO. No. 216 Broadway, N.Y.
General Agents for New York and North
em New Jersey. J. U. Orvia and D. C.
E. W. CLARK & CO. Bankers, No. 35 Sooth
Third street, PhiladelphiaGeneral Agents
for Pennsylvania and Southern Ner Jer
sey. C. S. Russell, Manager.
JAY COOKE & CO. Washington, General
southern Ageiit--. L. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS & CO. Chicago, General Agents
for Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Mian.
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. Louis, General Agent for
Missouri and Kansas. C. Orvis, Manager.
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, Boston. General
Agents for New England and Eastern
provinces of Canada. J. P. Tucker Man
ager. JOHNSTON BROTHERS & CO. Baltimore,
General A gents for Maryland, W. A. Wi
WM DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, 'General
Cent for the Dominion ol Canada.
.; s.... OF
TOYS, FANCY GOODS,
GIFTS, PllESENTS, BOOKS,
For the Holidays of 18G9-'70, has arrived.0
DIRECT FZ0M NEW YORK,
And is Now n Exhibition At SANTA
CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS !
105 FROXT ST., PORTLAND,
7 Where Every Purchaser Will Find
The Largest Stock !
1 The Greatest Variety !!
The Cheapest Prices!!!
TSTliis immense Stock having been
purchased for currency in New York, will
be sold to dealers and others in coin, at
LESS PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE!
Strangers and citizens will find SANTA
CLAUS 1 1 EADQUA RTERS a most in
teresting place to visit ; as the gorgeous
array of new novelties, and the thousand
comical 'oys therein, give the store the ap
pearance or an Eastern Museum of
5Some idea may be arrired at as to
the extent of Stock when it is known that
of dolls alone there are One Hundred and
Fifty-five varieties! Making that Depart
ment a perfect
BAZAAR OF BEAUTY;
jZHt"Full Descriptive Catalogues now
?"Call early to secure choice gifts.
S. J. M'CORMICK,
n52-fiw Agent for Santa Claus.
J. R. RALSTON,
IS STILL AT HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
WHERE TIE WOULD INVITE HIS
friend, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment of
ISoots sum! Sl&ocs,
Hals siimI Caps,
57" Having from many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SMAit PK0FITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Silence the Cry of Portland Prices I
Oregon City, Auguat 28th, 189.
C. II. Hl'Y JGItS,
PLUMBLG, GAS & STEAM
To. 110 First Street. Portland
Gas Fixtures; C ".: '.-. ' ":"
Hot. Water Boilers t
Marble Top Washsfands,
Sheet Lead and Block Tint
, Lead Pipe.
Wrought Iron Pipes, air Sizes.
TEES, ELBOWS, RETURN BENDL
X TITLES, Ji US JUNGS, 6c,
for Steam, Water and Ltas.
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages, Whistles
Tallon Pumps, Steam Guages, Globe,
Angle, and Check Valves, Guage
Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinda
ot Brass Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, Ac.
Hotels, public buildings, and private resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens generally to call and ex
nmin m v stock, which has been selected
with great care, and especial attention gireu
to the wants of this market.
C. 11. MYERS.
J7AHR & MORKISS,
FOR OREGON CITY AND VICINITY
lW Will deliver to their patrons a,U the
best qualities of Stall Fed Be-f. also Mutton,
Pork, Poultry etc., as usual twice a week, on
Tuesdays and Saturdays!
Thankful for past favors of the pnhlic would
respectlully anks a continuance of the same.
N. B. An abundant supply of good poultry
on hand. ISAAC FARR,
r. D. MORRISS.
JOHN MYERS. II. C. MYERS.
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
. RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS fc SHOES,
We also constantly keep on hand 0
SALEM C ASS I M E RES, FLANN ELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which we will sell at the Factory Prices,
and will take wool in exchange. :
IWe will also pay the highest price for
Butter. Eggs, and all kinds Osgood country
produce. We will sell as low as any bouse
m Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
merchantable produce. ' 0
is Give us a call and sati-fy yourselves.
OIL - CLOTHS,
PAPER -HA N G I N G S,
LACE - CURTAINS, &c, &c.
We Would Call the attention of par
ties fitting vp houses, or being in
need of anything in our line
To our Stock, which is
ONE OF THE C02J.P LETEST
Olf Uic lacllic Coast !
Ow Goods being specially "selected at
the Factories in England and ihe
Eastern Slates, we can sell
AT THE LOWEST
No. 80 Front street, between Alder
35.) and Washington, Portland. Oregon
During my 'our of two years
in the Eastern States I have
spared neither time nor
money to make myse'f per
fectly familiar with aud master of my pro
fession. I hose desinntr the best work that
the nature of the case will admit of can find
me at my ollice, 107 Front street, two doors
above McCormick's Book Store, Portland,
DR. J. G. GLENN.
No. 109 FRON2 STREET,
And Dealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND
JEWELERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox &
Cibbs'etter "G' Sewing Machines, which
are now being sold singly at cost, or whole
sale less than cost. Other goods at greatly
reduced rates. (4U.tf
A. G. CALLING'S
Pioneer Book Bindery.
No. 5 Washington Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.-
MUSIC HOOKS, M A ii A Z.lMiS, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety ot
style known to the trade.
Orders lrom the country promptly at
O K E (J O xN
IB A KE R Y!
P. 0PITZ, PROPRIETOR,
FIRST STREET, PORTLAND,
Bet, Washington and Stark sis,
ALL KINDS AXD QUALITIES OF
BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
Will alwaysobe sold below San Francises
prices. All oiders promptly attended to.
firttt st.p Porthnd, Oregon.
C HADES SALOOX.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor.
MAIN STREET, Oregon City.
Bert BILLIARD TABLES in OREGON
Have been introduced, and the Proprietor in
vites the attention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T II E B A Ji 1 S S UPPEIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon alreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
tfB Fanailies supplied,
Sunday School and Gift Books !
IROM THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCLE
. ty and
Various other Publishing Houses
For sale by the subscriber, on Jefferson st.
between 2d and Sd, Portland, Oregon.
G. H. ATKINSON, Secretary,
52.1 and Treas. Oregon Tract Soutrfj.
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
IU Mack 4 Hatcli,
The1 patronage of those desiring first Ctus
Operation, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed?
N. B. Nitrous OxyJe administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
' Officb In Weigant's new boilding, west
side of First street, l etween, Alder aud Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregon.
r.OGUS & ALBRIGHT,
EXCELSIOR MARKET !
Corner of Fourth and Main strce's.
b OltEGOX CITV.'
jry Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
fresh and salt meats, such as
BEEF, POUK, v
CORNED BEEF, nAMS,
PICKELED PORK, LAUD,
And everything else to be found in their liuu
of business. f -.-.
yM. I3R0UG HTON:
Contracor and Builder,
';i ' Main St., OREGON CITY".
- y Will attend to all work in his line, con
sisting in part of Carpenter ,and Joiner wmk
framing, building' etc.-' Jiihbing prumptly
attned . r . - . ,
' HendeeV Photograph Gallery.
its THE ONLY PLACE IN PORTLAND
where you are sure of getting No, 1 Pictures
at all times is at llendee's Gallery, corner of
First and Morrison streets, where he is as
well prepared to do all kinds of work as any
Gallery in Oregon, and will guarantee as
cood satisfaction for all bis .work as can bo
had in the State.
Pictures of every kind can be had at short
notice. Old Pictures can be copied, enlarged
and retonched in Irdia Ink, or Oil Colors,
AT LOWElt PRICES THAN ANY OTI1 Eli
PLACE. ; 4t; (iin
DEALER JX AXD LJLsJSi
Manufacturer of every variet3r of
FURNITURE, BEDDING, CARPETS,
WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANGINGS,
t3 All kinds of Upholstery Ti imnvng
constantly on hand.. Spring and Hair Mat-
uasses oi Jiest yuainy MADt. ru UlilU'Ai.
2TSout.hwest corner First and Taylor sts.
1 4.5. (j m
jy aso:x 's steam ei ie we-
ry ! Having disposed of all the old
Stock of Malt Liquors on hand when I
took charge of the above Brewery I now
take this means of notifying my customers
and the public generally that in future I
shall make nothing but the first quality of
PHILADELPHIA XXX ALE! POUTER,
AND XX CREAM. STEAM OR FLAT
ALE ! All of which I flatter myself wo
can do to perfection. I solicit the patron
age of the community, and hope at least
you will all give our celebrated brewages
An in conclusion I have to say, in duty
to ourselves, and to try to make a living
in the community, that on and after No
vember 1, 18G9. our Brewages will be
sold at the following prices : Philadelphia
XXK Ale and Porter, $15 per barrel or
$2.50 for Five gallons; Cream XX at
$12 per barrel or $2 for Five gallons.
51:tf C. C. SMART. 0
FRONT St., PORTLAND.
W.R.SEWALL and J.B.SPRENGER
The Proprietors of this well known House
having superior accommodations, guarantee
entire satisfaction to all guests. 0
t. The Hotel Coach will be in attendance
to convey passengers and baggage to and
lrom the Hotel, free of charge. (40tf
Office Oregon aud California Stage Co.
S. D. SMITH.
Geo. B. COOK.
Cor. First and Morrison Streets.
3" Messrs. Smith & Cook have taken this
well known House, refitted and refurnished
it throughout, built a large addition, making
thirty more pleasant rooms, enlarged the
dining and sitting rooms, making it by far
the best Hotel in Portland. A call from the
traveling public will satisfy them that the
above statements are true.
SMITH & COOK, Proprietors.
N. B. Hot and cold baths attached, in.tf
(Zate LINCOLN HOUSE)
JSm, 84 Front street, Portland Oregon.
, L. P. W. QUIMBY, Fnor-RrETOit,
(Lal6 of Western Hotel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
State, newly furnished, and it will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comfortable. The Baggage Wagon will al
ways be found at the landing on the arrival
of steamships and river boats, carrying bag
gage to the house free of charge
, IN, THE HOTEL Business Again.
HAVING TAKEN GEO. A. SIIEPPARD
as copartner in the business and leased
the celebrated CLIFF HOUSE, of Oregon
City, for the term of one year.we would say to
the public, come on, we are ready for yon,
and will accommodate you to the best of our
ability. BARLOW & SIIEPPARD."
August 21 .-tf.
JEW YORK HOTEL,
2?o. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail stcam
' ship landing, Portland, Oregon.
H. R0THF0S, J. J. WILKENS,
Board per Week
" " - with Lodging..
" Day....... o
yj"EW COLUMBIAN HOTEL.
1 Cor. FRONT and MORRISON Sts.,
3- The most Comfortable Hotel in the
City. Board and Lodging, from one to two
dollars per day, according to rooms occupied.
Free Coach to and from ibe hon.se.
40tn EDWARD CARNEY, Proprietor.
No. 0 North Front Street, between A
and B Streets, Portland Oregon.
PATRICK JHORRISSEY, Proprietor
JK5"Tina we known Hotel has been newly
Furnished and Refitted, and offers snperior
accommodations to the Traveling Public,
and is situated near the steamship landing.
Board and Lodging per week f. 00
. . " " day. 00
OS" Coach to and from the Hotel, free of
charge. . (40. tf