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About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1870)
r & ljett)cckhj Enterprise.
TOWS AXD tOl'STT.
Fcnkk.vi. of Capt. Cou0i. The daily
Oregonian says that the funeral of Capt.
Couch was the most largely attended occa
sion of the kind which hal occurred id
that citv for year?.
Statkt;c.-5. We acknowledge the re
ceipt of the Pacific Coast Almanac and
Year Book o f Facts, by Henry G. Langley,
gf San Francisco- It is full of statistics
valuable to the people of this coast.
Single copies 50 cts. ; $1.0!) per dozen.
SoMKTiiiNfi Nkw. Mr. Weithcimer. of
this place, has for sale the new bed bottom
epxjng. patented May lfUlsCO. This new
spring is a curiosity in its way, is very de
sirable, and what is equally important, it
i4 very cheap. Call and see.
Attention"! We would call attention
to the new Advertisement of C. W. I'ope
tt Co., found in to-day's paper, it will
sneak for itself, or if it es not. call rit
their store and full satisfaction will be
Fr-KMifSi Fist. We have received the
list of premiums awarded at the Oregon
State Fair for 1SG9. It makes a pamphh t
of over forty pages, and contains, in addi
tion to the premium list, the opening and
annual addresses, and proceedings of the
Board of JManagors and Society.
Standard Mills. On the 31st of last
December the Standard Mills, at Mil wan- J
kie, weresold at RefereeX sale en parti-
tion, at which sale Mr.
jas. II. Fisk be-
Sinee f?lnt t:mo '
carno tne purcnaser
Messrs. Sanborn and Elliott, of Portland, 1
t u i , 4 ,i i ji
Iiave purchased tfem. together wnh the
trade mark, water privileges, add other
O . Q
Pancin'S Sriitvc,T iNext Tuesday eve
ning concludes first term of Professor
CanlinelFs dancing school in this place ;
we understand, how ever, that he has been
engaged for am iher term. This is rigiit,
for alihotigh lVoC C-rdintdl's scholars
Ijave Iliads gix'at -progress, they arc not
yet proficients in the art which not only
furnishes an innocent and pleasant amuse
ment, but is also refining in its tendencies.
Comtt iTio.v FocTi. fty reference to the
proceeding of the Republican Siate Cen
tral Committee it will ie v tliat a cor
ruption fund is to be used in this county
iuring the coming campaign, for the ben
efit of the Republican party. A. J. Ap
j.erson has been appointed treasurer, for
the purpose of receiving and ciisLursing
this money. More in regard to raat
A letter from Mr. John McCloky, one
of the Pioneer steamboat pilots oiv-the up- ,
per jllainette0has been received, from ! least 50 sc-ts of all grades, from fine to com
O.Wnehe, Iowa, asking for information m"JiUied and ready tor sale next month,
. " and more than that number of saddles. He
concerting the whereabouts of Mr J. II
McCIenthn, who was a silversmith in
this eity atiout the year 119. Any infor
mation concerning Mr. McClenthen will
be thankfully received by Multnomah
Lodge Xo. 1, A. F. and A. ML. Oregon
C'lty' 0 Q
a Rarcal paper
of the 2.")th Decgiber. says
The United Smtes flag
was hoisted on
the Islanl of Carenero. in the Pay of Sa
mana. December Cth iSf.fh The" United
States have a lease for fifty years at SFjiU -000
a year, and are now in possession.
There is always some device by which
the partyjn power manages to spend the
money iitke. Tie isuryf it cannot send
it in Congressional Co nmittee excursion .
it will rent some out cf the way islmd,
a:i pay a fabulousrent therefor. What
the United States wants with the Fla id of
Carenero is more than any Congresm; n
can tell, and why the United St; t.'S should
pay a rent of $150,000 a year therefor, is
more than any one can tell, unless the
loyal parties who represented the UnitedO11"11- Members of the Degree aie invited to
Stages in making the-contract get nine
tenths of the rent. These are queer times.
While the people are groaning under a
biirthepmc and tyrannical system of
taxation, the party power is continually
striving to find ways of spendg this
money, olhe r than in paying off the Na
tional dybt.The Radicals wish to keep
this debt ' hanging over the people in or
der to keep them dependent and in subju
gation to the powers that be. Great is
a Tknxksske Next. The Courier-Journal
says: rrivEte letters from Washington,
emanating from sources which we regard
as entitled to a serious consideration, as
sure us that a yep- earnest and well-direc!-.'d
effort vrill bemade after the recess to
serve TeiQpssee as Georgia has been
served. 4- Stokes anMaynard," says a
letter which is now before us, "are work
ing like beavers."' When asked fcra pre
text, they, say that no other pretext is
wanted tfian the recent defeat of loyal
men. If they can m iko nnrK- mit;.-i
of their claim, it will go through spite
of facts or lMsJ An apprehension of
this kind would seem to be childish but
for the unvarying conduct of this misera
ble, high handed despotism which is re-
Fotjtd to rule or ruin the country, or
Rich Chinamen in San Francisco pay
SoOd for a first class Chinese wife, and the
trade is brisk.
A noveltv has boeii introduced in the
Winthrop Church, Boston, in the shape of!
a reporter s pew.
A man in McLeod county, .Minnesota,
lately ran a two mile heat, barely reach
ing b'& house ahead of four lynxes.
Colorado has a nourishing mining tiI
Lig'J u.uaed Gouge eye.'
OregoitiCity Prices Current,
The following are the prices paid for
produce, and the prices at which other ar
ticles are selling, in this market :
WHEAT W lute, f? uusnei, t o cts,
O VTrf bvjshel. Z pis.
POTATOES bushed 3740 cts.
ONION'S bushel. SI 00. 5 1 50.
FLOUR "r! bbl. $ i 00(51 00.
BEANS White, r
1 ft... U ets
Apples, p la.M.jc.i
Peaches. "H lb., Pjc; Flmns. ri lb., !(.,.
15 c!?.: Currants. 'j4 lb.. 1020 cts.
BUTTER-- 5.. 30 cts.
EC OS "p dozen. :-0f,33 cts.
CHICKENS "P dozen. $2 50-3 00.
SUGAR Crushed. Jb.. 20 els.; Island
f? Jb.. 1012i cts.; N. O.. 1 lb., 13 cts.;
San Francisco refined, "j.) lb . 11$ cts.
TEA Young Ilvson. p lb., $1 50; Ja
pan. 8-, 90c$"l 25 ; Flack. lb., 75c.
22 25 cts.
SALT "M It... U0,?t cts
SYRUP Heavy Golden, 1 gall.. $1 ;
Fx. Heavy Golden. gall., $1 003l 10.
lb.. 1G cts ; Sides,
15 cts. rri fl.;
12 A CtS,
LAniJ It... 1215 ct?.-
(DlF Pevoe's Krrosene,"Jr gall., STic
SI 00 ; Linked o;i, raw. "ft gall.. f C5 :
Linseed oil. noiled. f gallSl 70.
WOOL lb.. 20 et
PEEK On toot, ,fi cts. pi lb.
V( ) K Iv Oirioot. o cts. lb.
SHEEP Per head. S2 00,S2 50.
HIDES Green, lb.. 5c. ; Dry, lb.,
10 cts. pv
TUL-KEYS $1 50 each. w
GEESE SI 50 each.
A HorsEiioLD Elixir AnAtjfin to all
Climati s. It would Le' a happy tl ing Ft
te world if all the excitants at present used
m tl.e practice of metlic ne. could be swept
cut dSexistencc, and IIOSTETFlt'S STOM-
AC11 P1TTERS substituted in their place.
In Cal.f&fti.'a, it setnn possible that this ile
sirafde subst.tut!on ir.av oi:e dav le accom-
l,lis!lld-0 Certain it is, that the ckeat vegs-
table toxic is gradually displacing them,
, , ,0 - F
ami mat me cunnuence oi me j-eopie in its
sanitary and saving properties, increases
Pvlth evcr-v Flli"f? year. " Figures that
cannot lie," show this To be the fact. No
medi'.nal preparati n enjoys the like popu
larity among all clas-es and condit'ons, in
every section ot the State. As an appetizer,
a general invigorant, a remedy for indiges
tion, a cure for intermittent and remittent
levers, a nt!e cathaitic, a specific for flatu
lency and sour stomach, a gentle diuretic, a
nervine, a blood depurent, a specific for sick
headache, a n.ild anodyne, and, above all, as
a ruoTECTi' against triDEMics, it is un
questionably the standard medicine f the
whole Pacific territory. In the towns and
cities it is literally a norsEuoi-o staple.
Mothers believe in it. They find it a "pre
sent help in time of trouble," a safe and
ph ajSiU reme ly fur the various ailments to
which their sex is exclusively sulg jct. len
b-lieve in it, because it refreshes "ml invig
orates the body and the nund, and tones
both Without exciting eitl er.
SADDbF.uv. J. II. Schram, of this
City, is now maGt fact tiring the bc.-t Saddlery
amI Harness in the State
He will have at
s hound to make a trade with any man who
wishes to hnyot' him. He uses both Oregon
Californi;i1eather in his establishment,
and his work bears a most excellent reitation
abroad. We hope that citizens of our own
county will think of this, when they want any
articleOn bis line.
SPECIAL XO TICES.
Dliilt iioiuaU li'xjge 3io. 1, Ai h smtl
A- Holds its regular commuui
Vacations on the First u ml Third Sat
sr I n each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the 2"ih of September to the 2i'th of
March, and 7 ', o'clock from the 2oth of March
to the io.h of September. Brethren lfl good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of W. M.
O - o " -v - c
On gon I.oagc Xo. 3, 1.4. of O. Xr.
m ,. i-i .i
v4J ing -it 7 oc;k, in Odd Fellow's
f niVn, Jiai,, s cet.
Members of the ,4TnJer arc invited to attend
By orde N. d.
Kt ?cccji. Degree Licle oi 'Z, I. OtP. V.
Meet on the Second and Fourth
of each mouth, at 7 o'clock, in OJd Fellows
attend. By order of
u'iitainii) r .r t i -. 7 r r: rr
Vat'eets every Saturday evening, ak-he roorr.s
S.E. corner of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By order of Y C. T.
DAVID SO V,
Ofiitc, ?."o. Gl 1-Voiff. Street,
Adjoining the Telegraph Oiliee, rortliin.;! Oregon.
SPECIAL COtJCTOU of CLAIMS,
Accounts, Notes, Bonds, Drafts.Qnd Mercan
tile Claims of eveiydesci iption, throughout
Oregon and the Territories, WILL BE MADE
A SPECIALTY, and promptly coT'ectetlas
well as With a due regard to economy in all
business matters entrusted to his care and
the proceeds paid over punctually. 40tf
i: KA . ESTATlvD&VLE
Reason of 1SG9 70.
G. W. WALLING t Co. would call
the attention of the public to their large
and wi ll assorted stock of tine fru:t trees and
sbrnblierv, Wmsisting of choice varieties of
CHERRIES, PLUMS, PFARS., n
APRICOTS, PE.VCllESV NPTS,
RASPRERRIES, Ac., &c.
;sVm ersons desirous of purchasinsr treeSii
should call and examine our stock, which is
the largest ard t.est in the State.
Orders (with the cash) sent to the Nursery
wiU be prompely filled ard forwa' ded.
Kit Kr aire ttkai in lacking 2'm.-S$
Addres'tAill orders to
G. W. WALLING & Co..
4"tf Oswego, Clackamas County Oregon-
J OIIN Aj IACONy
Importer and Dealer in
rsss OS cas
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY. Ac, &c.t
Orrgon City, Oregon.
At ChT;Q), W'arnerx old xtn nd&aUhi oc
i o i .i. .. tr . . J
cv ihcu oy a. jiCKerman,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
A. II. ilIel2S2.IIS0589
Corner of Front and Oi streets, Portland
Of Real Estate, Groceries, General Merchan
dise and Horscs,u
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. D. Richardson:, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Ivnadish refined Par and Bundle Iron ;
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-paus, sheet iron, R. G. Iron ;
a i.so :
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors
w A. li. Riciiaiidsox, Auctioneer
riPIIE UNDERSIGNED ARE AGENTS for
JL anu in constant reeeipt of
FULL SUPPHK8 OF
IcMi-itRvv's OYSTERS Fresh and spiced ;
" Fresh I'eaches and Tomatoes ;
Kemp, Day & Go 's CASE GOODS, of all
Cints ; q
UuOSS A to. S Lltr.-MlUAIj Ulire soap q
CANDLES, warranted supo
rior to any in maiket ;
Y ixslow's, Mauine PaCkixo Co's and Saco
Kixgsfoud OSWEGO STARCH, of every
Wateubi:kv CLOCKS of very style ;
CEMENT at'd PLASTER;
Calcined and Land ;
For F5?e LOW TO THE TRADE, by
QM'CRAKEN, MERRILL Si CO-,
irj.2in 10 North Front Street, Portland.
32 Front Street, Portland.
GOODS B THE PACKAGE,- FOR CASH,
SAN FRANCISCO PRICES, ad Freight,
.eiTOrdei s Piomptly filled in San Francis
co, it" desired. q o t-b.'.if
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Savings Department !
This Bank has established, in connection
with its general Banking business, a savings
department, and will allow interest on coin
deposits, made in accordance with the Condi
tions auopieti oy mis isar.K. o
In establishing a Savings Dejiai tnient, ties
Banking Associ tion has in view the benefits
to accrue jLp a class of peisons having s:nal!
suns to loan, by providing a safe place
deposit, aniplesecunty, and fair rate of iu
tcrt, as Well s to aggiegate and bring into
use idle capital. For the safety of deposits
jit. this Bank, are pledged its entire capital
aiid resources, and also the personal liability
of its Directors and Stockholders, as provid
ed by Section 12 of the National Currency
Act, approved Jure 3, 1S4, a greater sreu
rity than that given byordinarv Savings
Bunk-!. Fiinteii copies of the conditions up
on which deposits are received, tfiay be had
upon appbcaiion to the Board.
J 1 EN U Y FAILING I 'resident
JAMES STEEL Cashier
"PITen-uy F.mlino, Hkxey "W. Coubett,
L. II. Vai.ekii:i.d, J am ks Steel.
V. J. VanScii lyver. nfitf
New Illustrated Work on California
California Scrap Book !
A repository of useful information and
select reading, comprMng choice selections
of Prose and Poetry, Tales, Incidents and
Anecdotes, both Historical, Descriptive,
Humorous and Sentimental.
The compiler in arranging and combining
material, has presented the whole in an in
terepting and attractive style. The brevity
and raikty of topics render the work par
ticularly entertaining. In this work will be
found facts and incidents on the Lives of the
Pioneers, and of tle history of til's rotate,
that make its peiges glow with the fascina
tions of a romance.
We confidently Anticipate for this book
a larger sale than an- work that has been
circulated upon this Coast lor many years.
It is one Jstge octavo volume of upwards
of 7o pages, printed on elegant paper,
handsome type, with numerous spirited e
gravings, illustrating Scenery, Characterise
It is sold only through canvassing agents,
and those wishing territory to canva-s,
should immediately apply. in person or by
letter to the undersigned.
We have also just secured the General
Agency fr the Pacific Coast fur the Cele
brated Morse's Fountain Pens Au excel
lent article for agents.
GH. H. BANCROFT? & CO.,
CO'J M(ntiromery St.,
u San Francisco, Cal.
Having purchased the above Drewery wish
es tinform the public that he is now prepar
ed to manufacture a No. 1 quality of.
LAGER n EE Iit
As srood as can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
g II APES SALOON.
G. A. HAAS, Proprietor,
O MAIN STREET, Oregen Ciy.
BetQsiLUARD TAJpLES in OREGON
Have been introduced , and the Proprietor in
rites the-ttention of the lovers of this
popular amusement to them.
T II K B A 11 I S S VP PLIED
With all the choicest qualities of Liquors anj
Cigars. Scotch, Irish and Bourbon (glreadj
famous Whiskies and Punch. Also
W Families supplied
JOHN MYERS, IF C. MYERS.
J. MYERS &
UNDER THE COURT HOUSE, O
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
1SOOTS & SHOES,
O "Ye also constantly keep on ha'nd
SALEM CASS IMF RES, FQVNNELf?,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
"Which we will sell at the Factory Prices,
ami will take wool in exchange.
157 We will also pay the highest price for
Putter, Eggs, and all kinds of good country
produce. U'c will sell as low as any house
ut Oregon, for Cash c its equivalent in good
merchantable produce. jr,
2" Give us a call and sati fy yourselves.
Thomas Charman !
Successor to CHAHMAX BRO.,
rpiIE DEATH OF MY BROTHER HAS
JL compelled me again to change the name
of the firm of CHARMAN & BRO. to that of
THOMAS CHARM AN having purchased of
the estate all the interest held by my broth
er in the stock of goodj owned by Charman
& Brother, takiug effect January "hd, ltjtjlJ.Q
Will be Carried ois as Usual
AN D A FELL STOCK
Will be kept up by me, and will consist, in j
part, of the following tranches of trade :
Dry Coods and Clothing,
Jfufs, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Notions, Perj 'vrnery
And Patent Medicines.
Pa in fs, cOits, CoJars.
Dye Stuffs and Varnish,
Quccnsicare, Crockery & Lamps
Sash, Doors, and Window Blinds,
Hardware, Tools and Cutlery,
Hope, and. Nails
Of Every Description.
I ash Especial Attention to my
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
GROCERIES OF EVER Y
Farming Emp foments
OF ALL KINDS.
o n .
ffs Attention will be paid to anyjusincss
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Business with all who favor
me with their patronage, will be done on a
fiiiLD MASIS7 .but Legal Tender will be re
ceived at the 'market quotations.
Z"fTA desire to say to all who favor me
with their patronage that I shall use my best
abilitx fo please them, and all orders shalQ
meet with prompt attention. My futilities
for doing business are as good as any house
in Oregon, and I pledge myself to sell as
Cheap fts anv(ilous in good standing in the
State. I will not be undersold by any one
Please give me a call and examine, tor your
selves. Thanking rou for past favors,
I remain, Respectfully vours,
J. R. R ALST
IS STILL A1? HIS OLD STAND,
CORNER OF MAIN and SIXTH STREETS
OREGON C.TY, OREG0N.o
TTIIERE HE WOULD INVITE II 13
friends, and the public in general, to
call and examine his stock, consisting ot a
general assortment uf
9J J " "
Ilsits ;oa$I Cssps, (
ZW Having fronc many yc'afs" experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES IN SMAIL PROFITS!
IS DETKRMil TO
OFFER SEC1I INDUCEMENTS AS WILL
Silence the Crv of Pordand Prices!
Oregon City, August tiSth, lSti'J. .
Carriage Ftflanufactory !
The undersigned, having increased the di
mensions of liis premises, at the old stand
Corner of Main and Third streets
Oregon City P. . Oregon.
Takes this method to inform his otd pat
rons, and as many new ones as may be
pleased tr,call,that he is now prepared, witb
amplc room, good materials, and the very
best of mechanics, to build anew, recon
struct, make, paint, iron and turd out all
complete anyort of a vehicle from a Com
mon cart to aeoncord coach. Try me.
Plackstnitiiing, Horse or Ox-shoeing, and
general jobbing neatlv, quieklv and cheap
ly done- DAVID SMITH.
Opposite Excelsior Market
LIFE iHSUBANOE COMPV.I
t l i . O !
f-r v pi
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United States oeAslebica.
QtVASJIhXGTOjX, D, C.
Urancli Ofliec at Pliilnrielpliia,
Where the business of the Company
transacted, aiuLjto which all general
correspondence shoffJd be adJietsedO
rbiladelplna. Clarence ILChirk,.Tay Cooke,
F. Hatch ford Starr, J. 11 tackle? Clark, Geo.
I Tyler, W. G. MoorbcacL
"Washington, Henry D. Cooke, E.A.Rollins
Wm. E- Chandler, John D. Defiees.
New York, Edw.DodgeH. C. Fahncstock.
OFFICERS : Q
CLARENCE II. CLARK President.
JAY cboKE, Chairman Finaiice
And Executive Committee.
HENRY X?. COOKE, Vice President.
EMERSON W.PEET, Secretary and Actuary
E. S. TURNER", Assistant Secretary.
FRANCIS G. SMIT'II.M.6), Medical Director,
J. EWING MEARS, M. D., Assistant.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C,
and Geo. TIAlfDlNG, Philadelphia,
The Most Successful Life
Insurance Company of
The World !
Having issued in thal first TEN months of
. its existence,
- INSURING o
15,142,800 Dollars !
This Company clfords to its Policy Holders
Pj its Cash paid up Capital Qi" One Million
Dwllars, and guarantees to the Insured,
by its o
Low Rates of Premium !
LARGECDIVIDEND3 IN ADVANCE,
OR, A REVERSIONARY DIVIDEND OF
100 PER CENT. BY ITS
Uehirn Premium Plan 1
POR THE PACIFIC COAST.
W Ei II ALE..
A. I. ELLIS, M. !.,
AGEST FOU OREGON.
OFFICE IN CREEPS BUILDING,
(Up stairs, bet. Front and First sts.)
Entrance on stark street,
S. D. POPE, LOCAL AGENT,
JAY COOKE & CO. No.CglG P.roadwaj-, K.Y.
General Agents for New York ard North
ern New Jersey. J. U. Orris and D. C.
hitman Managers. -J Ct
E. W.CLARK & CO. Bankers, No. 3 South
Third street, Philadelphia ,'Geneirl Agents
for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.-
C. S. Russell, Manager.
JAY COOKE &jC0. Washington,- General
Southern Agent-. E. S. Turner, Manager.
J. A. ELLIS & CO.hicago, General Agents
for Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minn.
J011N-W. ELLIS & CO. No. 122 Walnut St.,
Cincinnati, General Agents for Ohio and
Central and Southern Indiana.
S.Ql. KEAN & CO. Detroit, General Agents
for) Michigan and Northern Indiana. D,
W. Kean, Manager
T. C. EDGAR, St. Louis, General Agent for
Missouri and Kansas. C. OrvhjManagef.
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. Wri
WM. DOUGLAS, JR., Montreal, -General
Ggent for the Dominion of Canada.
DIHECT IMPOUTATIOX !
TO YS, FAXCY GOODS,
gIFTS, TliESENTS, BOOKS,
For the Holidays of lSC9-'70, has arrived.
DIRECT F2103I SEW YORK,
And is Now on Exhibition At SANTA
GLAUS5 HEADQUARTERS !
tl? f P
105 FRONT ST., TOltTLAND,
QWhere Every Turehaser Will Find
The "Largest Stock !
The G&itest Variety!!
The Clicnpcst Prices!!!
i?Tliisiyn7en?e Sfock having boon
purchased for currency in New York, Will
bcQold to dealers and others in coin, at
LESS TRICES TIIAX INEU riElToKl'!
Strangers and citizrms will find SANTA
CLAUS IIEADQUATtTEUS a most in
teresting place to visit ; as the gorgeous
array of new novelties, and the thousand
comical f.oys therein, giro the stove the ap
pearance of au Eastern Museum of
JS'Soma idea may berhrrived ax as fo
the extent of Stock when it is known that
of dolls alone there ars One Hundred and
Fifty-five varieties! Making thaVDepart
ment a perfect
BAZAAR OF BEAUTY:
xT'Full Descriptive Catalogues now
'zirCall early to secure choice gifts.
Agent for Santa Clan.
Fine Watches! Rich Jewelry ! !
And Silverware !
atches Jewelry !
107 Front sCreet. Portland, Oregon.
Would invite the attention of his friends
and the public to his Lurae and Choice as
sortment of FINE WATUES, from the
most celebrated makers of E. Howard t Co.
Boston ; jfpVhon & Tiaeey, IV S. Baitleft,
Waltham, Mass.; Elgin Watches ; Jacot's
Self-wiuding Watches ; English Watches and
others. Also,- a well sclectvd stock of ladies
Watehes, of (a) description and stvles,which
he would be pleased to show to all who may
favor hint with a csli.
O ' o
fcV.VF' TTTl'Trr 7?1-Z SDT.lJl STTArET2
I FA H E, F A NC F A h . HOLES, r
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAl
r t -i o-i ii- u , r ,vn,,imo:
Gold and Silver W atches, of different ma-
, : "ifXAChUZli ,
Guards and Walch Chains. Gold Necklaces
Armlets, Cross's1 and Lockets. Go!((L)breast
pins, Earrings, and Finger-ring Gold
Charms and Keys. California Gold Rings
and Bohmes' Patent Buekels.
Moss Agate Setts. Rings end Cuff Buttons.
Wedding rings made of pure gold, expressly
forthat purpose, iiold and Silver Thimbles.
Ojera and MarineJ Glasses, I'ebble Specta
cles and Eye-glasses. Solid Silver Napkin
Rings. Silver" Fruit and Rutter Knivc
Solid Silver Table and Tea Sp(vohs. Regula
tors, Setli Thomas Clocks, Marine Clocks,
Gilt Galley Clocks, etc.
J35A11 the above articles sold Cheap for
Casn,and warranted as represented.
Particular attention given to repairing and
adjusting of Chroneaieters, Duplex andAmer
107 Front street, Portland, Oregon.
A. rG. WALLIXG'S
Pioneer Book Bindery-
Ko. 5 "VVaisIiiKStoJi Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders frorn the country promptly at
A. J. MONROE,
Dealer in California, Vermont
nn.fl Ttnlinn AfnrJAco f1,tEl-z
ir. yr (),() , t-, .
uuunumeus, Jieaa ail a I'OOl 'Ar
Mantles a&d Furniture Marble furuished
1 Lf f W
JAS. K. KELLY, 1 J. H. KEED,
ltesidenoe, Colmabia st .TJcsidence corner of
bet. 2d and 3d sts. Columbia and 1 tn sta.
Jas. Id Kelly and J. II. Reed ander thS
firm name of
KELLY k REED,
Will practice law in the Courts of OregonV
Oflice on First street, near Alder, over the
new Post office room, Portland. ' (40tf
Attorney and Counselor at ta
,v tt , , PORTLAND, OREGON.
Otnce Under the United States District
Court Room. Front street? 40tf
pAGE & THAYER, 9
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE In Cree's P.uilding, rwner o,f
Front and Stark streets, Portland? 82:U
j. n. MITCHELL.
J. X. BOLPlf.
Blitchell, Dolph & Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at LaWt
Solicitors in Chancery, and Proc
tors in Admiralty.
37" Office o-er the3 old Post Office Fron!
street, Portland, Oregon. r
J. F. CAPLES. J. C. MOfiELAXD,
CArLES k MORELAND,
ATTORNEYS AT L&W
Cor. FRONT and WASHINGTON Sts.,
Logan, Sliattuck & Killin,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Ko. 100 Front Street, Up Stairs, x
i. t. GIBBS. C. W. PARRISII,
0 Notary Putlic and Com. of Deeds.
0 GIBBS & PAERISH, "
Attorneys and C8rnsclors at L&f
OFriCEOu Alder street, in Carter's
JUGENE A. CRONIN,
d TTORNEY A T LA TT
Itooms 7 and 8 Carter's Block,
0 PORTLAND. OREGON.
0 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
B R Tj SSELS,
OIL - CLOTHS
L AC E - C U R T A I IT Sr &c.,
We Would Call the attention of par
ties fitting up houses. Or being; in
need of anything Jn our line
To our tocktcMch is
ONE OF THE COHBLETEsf
On tIiCclcOIc Coast t
Our Goods being specially selected tit
the Factories in England and the .
Eastern Stales, we can sell
AT TUE LOWEST
Suit fv&iicisco Prices
No. SfFront street, between Aide
33.) and-VYashington, Portland Ofegoti
Dr. J, H. HATCH,
Late Mutlz Hatch,
I a ne patronage oi inose uesinng rirsi viae
VWattons, is respecuuiiy soiicrtea.
I atisfaetion in all cases guaranteed.
I i . i. Miliums i.ruc ;iuiiiiisitu:u lur me
i.v-f,.,,,,.; ' e n,.i.
. P-In Weiganfs new building, west
side of First street, between Alder and Mor
rison streets, Portland, Oregon.
home again; .
During my tour of two year
in the Eastern States I haves
spared neither tim n-9'r
money to make myse'f per
fectly familiar with and master of my pi5
fession. Those desiring the best work that
the nature of the case will admit of can had
me at my oflice, 107 Kront styeef, two 4oot
alSove licCormick's Book Store, Portland,
DR.J. G. GLENN.
Jacob Stitzei Ja5ies B. Urrow.
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Brokers anal General
Agents, Corner of Front and
Will attend to the sal and purchase
ffof UeaL Estate in all parts of the City and
uut. t.jjruiiii alien ti'jir i'vu w -
East Portland property.- -i1
Addjress P. 0. Box 4V2, Portland. OregoH
' STITZEL & UPTON,
pjr.tf ) Heal Estate Broken
p G. STEWART, s
No. 109 FRONT STREET,
ifll And Jewefer-
AuTi dealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND
JEWELERS GOODS. Agent for Wilcox &
(Ubbs Letter 'G'' Sewing Machines, which
are now being sold singly at eost, or whole
a'ef?ess than cest. Other goods at greatly
reduced rates, (J.0.H