Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About The Weekly enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1868-1871 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1871)
TOWS AND COUXTY.
NOTICE TO XlTIOAXTS.
The Enterprise having been designated
by Governor (5 rover as ibo fl
Tor Clackamas county under the "I .it g.inj
ct we cive notice that we areprepaied
o comply with the terms of said act.
the fa-t says the Oregonlm, that the rail
road has brought down Horn the inter.or
a considerable part of several ship loads
of produce, the boats ot he 1 "
pan y have never before done so large a
business as during the month ot January
st c lo"el. The amount of freight brought
down to Oregon City was only a tritle un
Zv 5 000 ton-a larger amount than was
'ever brought down the. river in any one
Weding month. The largest mun h s
' -eigl't previous to January was that ol
ril 1M;!, when the toial amount was
;7; tons. And yet, large as was the
4S month's work, 3 h would ha ve been
'much larger if storeroom could hftve bitn
;Sumbfor the produce, or had there been
Vessels here to take it away.
Xotick .We call attention to the new
'advertisement of William Davidson. Esq..
real estate dealer, or Portland. Mr. Da
vidson has established a name for himself
by his integritv, strict attention to bust-lies-,
and punctuality in all matters en
trusted to him. which is second to none m
the United States. He transacts a very
large business, and never one word ot
cotuiilaint has there been uttered against
him. He is deserving of the full confi
dence of all who have business in his
tlKi.Hiiots Sbuvices. A missionary con
vocation of the Episcopal Church will le
held in St. Paul's Church in this city next
week, the first service being held on
Thursday oeniug. at 7 o'clock. Services
will be held each day, morning and even
ing, during the remainder of- the week.
The Bishop and several of the clergy will
be present. The public are cordially in
vited. GoNK. Mr. H. C. Myers, an old rest
dent'of this city, lefi, last Wednesday for
Eastern Oregon, which place he proposes
to make 'is future home. He tooic wti!i
him a Jnve ot young cattle, and will en
gage in the stock-raising business. Y e
wish him abundant success in his new
home, and recommend him to our friends
of Wasco as a good, honorable and up
P.u'inc Co.vit DuaxTouv. We
V.. fi.5vi.fi Ibe nbove book or lot I
Henry (. Langley. Esq.. of San Vrancisco.
compiler. The book is a complete index
'of all tiie trades, prot'e-si ns and business
of the Pacific coast, and is a most vain v
W book for reference. The agent lor
the sale of this work will be in town in a
'short time, when ull' who may desire a
copy can have an opportunity.
Cor.ustos-. Last Saturday evening the
upper and lower trains collided at Pock
Island. One of the trains was standing
on the switch, and not b. ing far enough
off to enable the other to pass, the other
came up against it and tore away Ihe tore
Vart ol the passenger car. We believe no
Q one waslmrt. yet it caused considerable
G excitement among the passerg'-rs.
Fiuk. A barn, the property of Capt.
Fisher, living on the Mo'.alla, vas '):
Ktroyed by fire a ieV weeks ago, with his
entire crop of last season. The loss is
Vstimvted at about, rj ) ). It is supposed
to have been the work of an incendiary.
;tud stron"- suspicions rest on certain par
ties, who will probably
be brought to
Germans of this city
surrender of Paris last
JMond v. A large fire
;!. bluff, anvils tired.
was built on top ot
and the brass baud
furnished music for the occasion. Short
and appropriate speeches w
were made uv
Messrs. 6c nun. bnaltuek and
Ix Lick. In the first day's drawing o
the Nevada lottery. Miss Lncinda Cook
of this city, drew a set of jewelry
have only received the first
W. and on that day none
l)i ices were drawn.
of the high
Suootim;. -On las: Monday night a
vounr man was amusing himself by firing
otr a loaded ni-tol in the
proceedings may be very amusing, but it
is equally 'dinge'rous, and is prohibited by
Tkmpkuanck Mekti.vs. There is to boa
temperance meeting to-morrow evening
tit the new Court House. Speaking,
'music, is to be the order of the even-
The public are invited to attend.
Almanac We have received the Alia
'California Almanac for 1S71. It is very
well gotten up, and full of all kinds of in
formation ia fact we believe if the most
Complete of auy printed on the Paific
Skuknaph. We were pleasantly snr
priseg last Wednesday nihl by a seren
ade from the Oregon City string band.
The music was splendid, and sounded
most beautiful on the clear midnight air.
This band is a ciedit to our city.
TiiK Wkatmf.h. The weather for the
past week has been perfectly beautiful.
It is hard to realize the fact that this is the
third day cf Febru iry, and yet we have
had no winter to speak of.
Accipknt. While Mr. Singer was en-
gaged in his factory last Wednesday, his
band irot raught in a circular saw. cutting
----- r-, , v
oil' two of his tingers.
The Congregational sociable at the
Court House laat Monday evening was
Nkxt Stkamku. The steamship Ajax is
ndvertised to leave Portland for San Fran
cisco next Wednesday. Feb. .ih.
Wiikat. It will be seen from our mar
ket report that wheat has advanced to
t?l 10r20. This
good for our far-
Rkvivau A protracted meeting has
been in progress during the past week at
the Methodist Church in this city.
Co f ntt CorttT. The February term of
the County Court coir.rnonces next Mon
day. IIkal Rstate. Gov. Curry has opened
a real estate office in Portland.
Skwixg Society. The Episcopal Sew
ing Society meets at the residence of Mrs.
lleuben Smith next Tuesdav.
Paid IIei: Tax. Clackamas county has
paid to the State Treasurer the sum of
SlO.CJti S3, and S766 poll tax, bercg in
full of her State tax for 1S70.
From ihe Herald.
J.idge Stout, who has been confined to
his bed wi.b a serious attack of illness, is,
we are pleased to state, rapidly recorer-
Edward Glennon is rapidly Improving.
The German residents of the city will
fire a saiuie of 101 guns to day, in honor
of the capture Or capitulation of Paris.
If the day is tine the Salute will be tired
in this city, if not. it will be tired in East
Portland. Time, 2 oxlock.
The Chief ot Police in Portland found a
Chinese woman in an old shanty who had
been there for fifteen months, iu a starving
The railroad subscription has reached
the sum ol 7.3.000. Only one more week
is left to raise the balance.
An attempt w as made to poison Charles
B. Louis in a dead-fall.
John Foster was stabbed on the stairs
of the Police Court last night, by Thomas
Dougherty, one of thf parties arrested for
the alleged r.ttempt at poisoning Louis;
The stabbing, for which no cause was
given, was done with a pocket knife. The
wound was inflicted in the losver part of
the abdomen, and is quite serious. Dough
erty also stabbed another man in the lip.
the particulars of which we could not
An interesting suit was np before his
Honor Judge Deady, yesterday, no less
than a suit to test the extent and" power ot
the Fifteenth Amendment.
William C. McKay. the plaintiff, is three
fourths Indian blood. His father, who
was a half-breed Indian, came to Astoria
from New York in the vessel s.'iit out by
John Jacob Astor in 1-811. to open trade
with the Indians and establish the above
town. He was one of its founders, and
there married ;t native of the, place. The
plaintiff was born in Astoria iu 1823, and
lias lived there since. Last June, he. as a
citizen of the United States, presented his
ballot, claiming that right from the Fif
teenth Amendment to the Constitution.
The judges of election refused to accept
it, and this suit has been brought against
James A. Campbell, as one of the judges,
principally, we should judge, to test the
validity of the Fifteenth Amendment.
The problem requiring solution is, are
the Indians included in the provisions of
the amendment, and if they are. can this
man be called an American citizen, when
he was bom in a country which was occu
pied jointly by Bthisli and American citi
zens, under the government of the Hudson
Bay Company. The question is an inter
esting one. The Court adjourned w ithout
rendering a decision.
From the Ori'y.viiun :
On Friday a man named Brigman was
examined before Justice Garwood, of the
Powell's Valley Preci.ict. on the charge
of committing a rape upon a girl under
11 years old. The principal witnesses
were two young men named Welch and
Van Kune. between whom and Urijrman
there h;id been ;ui
d personal ditTicuIfv,
he.se witnesses testified to having wit-
nessi'd a criminal
man upon the girl
act committed by Brig
last Tuesday ; ami (he
.fust ice helil tin:
accused to answer in ihe
sum of SI. 000.
Charles Lamar has brought a suit in
Justice Moreland's Court, against John
i'hiliipi foi 330.0JJ for seducing his wife.
The deposition of the plaintiff was taken
on Thursday. We learn that Philiipi has
also assumed the position of plaintiff, and
has s ited Charles Lamar for $30,000 for
defamation of character.
We learn that the timber has already
been cleared for about eighteen miles oi
ihe proposed road ft-', in Kaiami north
ward, a id that that d.s an-je is ail ready
now tor the grad.ng. About eighty white
n:e;i are now employed on the rot.d. and
seventy-five Chinaman. The contractor
has made at rranemen's with thesieam
ship company to bring him 250 Chinamen
every trip for loar trips. He intends to
put one thousand white men and one thou
sand Chinamen immediately to work on
the road. Never before was such enter
prise exhibited on this coast as this, com
pany is manifesting. The men now eiu
pl ed are at work every day of the week.
Sundays and all." rain or shit.e. The com
pany has supplied them with rubber suits
a:.d they work on regardless of our Web-
foot 111 'ts I i Ii I?
-vnii mueeu mis enterprise
y essential when weieiuember
t heir inttntion to have thirl v-llve
that it i
t the road in runniuir order bv the
second ot July proximo.
The Tht!!?!in says
has received a letter
(loss. Boson, Mass ,
fro in Mrs. Sarah J
makinsr inquiry- for
her son, Vv iliiam H. Goss, who was ill in
this city on the o h of August last. Infor
mation will be thankfully received.
The Catholic Sentinel savs that an in-
mfant apparently but two or three days
old. and wrapped in miserable rags, was
I left upon the steps of the Orphanage in
rear ot sr. Alary s Academy, on last Wed
nesday night. The poor little one was
half de id from exposure to ihe inclement
weather, it having rained all night and
being drenched through. The good Sis
ters have kindly provided clothing and a
nurse, and will care for this as they have
done for many other furs t ken little ones
What a load of misery mnt the unfortu
nate mother of this child not suffer, when,
in order to hide her shame, she consents
to expose her offspring to almost certain
The G'.iQ'rd gives the particulars of the
suicide of Charles Fox. who. it seems, had
been on a debau.m. and as he could not
get a gun to ki.l himself with, he took two
ounces of laudanum. He was 3" years
old. unmarried, and was born in England.
From the Slnhsman :
Gov. Grover has recently appointed the
following Notaries Pub! c for Oregon, to
wit: P. F. Castleman, .Tillamook : J.J.
Henderson. Portland ; Jeremiah Doherty,
Dalles; W. P. Eaton, Warm Springs ; J
W. Mack. Lebanon ; also E. Goodman.
Hartford. Conn., to be Commissioner ol
Deeds for Oregon.
On Tuesday the river was at a higher
stage than it had been since: list summer.
A salute of 101 guns was fired from the
la.i, to commence at noon vesteroav. m
j celebration of the surrender of Paris to
1 tJe Oermans.
( The citizens have contributed S75 to
tae relief of Mrs. Goodhue, whose husband.
an oia citizen, is in UK,
ner with a r-uu;j
lite cases of Page vs. Sullivan, and
i age s. irrimcs.
1 i - - .
contestants for school
.in us u, hus county, tlu- Board of Land
Commissioners have decided in favor of
the ebitm of Mr. P,Se. The case of Kavs
vs. Ur.mes re.-n uns undecided.
The Salesman, speaking of the small
number of hells returned froir. this county,
says: The laf.er seems to be a small num
ber of polls for that county. Something
is out of the way when poll tax is not col
lected and the State is damaged to the ex
tent of failure to collect.
SCKIBXKRS Mauazim;. We are in
ceipt of the January number of this new
mom hly. conducted by J. G. Holland. It
is replete with choice reading matter
among which we may notice an at tide on
Fairmont Park, profusely illustrated. The
Goblin of the Ice. or- Christmas at the
North Pule: a continuation 5T Lucky Peer,
by Hans Christian Anderson; How we
Escaped War with Spain, etc. This, we
believe, is the cheapest magazine now
published i.i this country, the subscription
juice being but S3 per year, while ihe
book is equally as large as the SI m i"a
zines ol the day. Address scribner ct Co..
OjI ljio:iuvfay, . i .
Right. The Herald has the following
in relation to Dr.. Loryea. It is just, right
and proper that he should be served in
ttds way. He has no ; further right in a
respectable community :
The residents of Salem know hort- to
treat those characters who debase them
selves by scattering the. filthy bills of an
Last Portland quack doctor. An agent
was sent there to distribute the obscene
pamphlets, but as soon as the inhabitants
learned their character, that runner was
ordered to make tracks or he might, re-"
ceive a suit of down. The warning was
heeded, and the lellovv ran for the cars,
jumped aboard, and returned to this city,
leaving his overcoat and some trinkets be
hind, owing to the hastiness of his flight.
We learn that the ladies in the vicinity ol
the Tenth street school have passed a res
olution to give Loryea a free ride, and a
suit of clothes made lrom the apparel of
an aquatic bird. By the tima this matter
is ended, perp haps, the great inventor may
find himself enabled to exist without the
use of either clothes or cutis.
A Salem paper asks us why freights
cost as much from Portland to that place
as it costs lrom San Francisco to Portland?
A the office of the P. T. Company is at
Salem and the business office ot the rail
road company at Portland, we would sug
gest that it apply for iis information at
these places, which are 'probably better
able to give the required information than
For Washington. Hon. Jas. K. Kelly,
U. S. Senator elect, leaves on the next
steamer for Washington ; Hon Jas. II.
Slater, Congressman elect, has gone over
land. Both these gentlemen lake their
seats oti the organization of Congress on
the 4th of March.
Dr. Loryea has dispatched an agent
through the Willamette valley, scattering
his obscene quack medicine bills through
out the country. If some public spirited
citizens would present him with a new
suit of tar and feathers it would be very
apt to keep others from debasing them
selves in the services of an arrant hum
bug and quack.
Akuoganck. The reception given by
Grant to the Pacilic delegation headed by
-our George," was very unkind to say the
least, and m view of the past, is deserving
of a much stronger epithet. The time is
certainly within the memory of the pres
ent autocratic ruler of the White House,
when the appointment of Cabinet officers
was he'd to be a matter exclusively with
in the coi.trol of the Radical politicians.
Grant has surely not forgotten that lie was
accused of violating his word to Johnson
and his Cabinet., for the purpose of keep
ing Secretary Stanton in office. and that (he
charge was fully proven against him. The
Tenui e-of Ollice Act has only been repeal
ed at this session, and Woods might well
be excused for being unprepared for as
sudden a change in the great leader of his
party. The President is reported as say
ing that it was a "family concern." If he
alluded to the family of 'Grant. Dent it Co..
it is truly a very delicate mailer to inter
fere viih. and he was right in resenting
At the residt -:i-e of the bride's father, in
Van hill county, J un. 25tt, lSTI, by Rev. Mr.
Ilowaid, Mr. II. C. Steve:. s to Mis Mary F.
Crawford, in Ah of Oiegon City.
In this city, Jan. 31, 17 1 , to the wife of
John Mjets, Bsq., ada ight.-r.
Oregon City Prices Current.
The following are the prices paid for
produce, ami the prices at which other ar
icles are selling, in this market :
WHHAT White.! bushel. 31 10(1 20
OATS bushel. 40 cts.
POTATOES bushel. 50075 cts.
ONIONS "p! bushel. SlO ifV .-U 50.
FLOUR-bid. $5 000 $5 50,
P. HANS White. r lb.. :i(WU cts.
-Apples. lb., 5c;
reaches. 10.. l.ie: l iums. fi toon
Cur ran Is
fi, iu.. 100 20 cts.
RUT TI 111 - 'fi lb.. o7c!s.
KI(iS "p dozen. 20 c!s.
CHICRLNS tl dozen. $"R
SUG A !i Crusried. lb., io cts.; Island
Gj- I'd, 12 J cts. ; N. ().. D lb.. 13 cts.;
San Francisco refined. It) . I(i.f cts.
TKA Young llvson. lb., SI 50 ; Ja
pan, lb., Jdc$i 25 ; Rlack. fi)., 75c.
COFFEE Ib..25 cts.
SALT "c lb.. HC",2i cts.
SYRUP Heavy (ridden, gall., $1 00 ;
Ex. Heavy Golden. gall., Si 25
P. AGON Hams. lb.. Hi cts; Sides,
15 els. "p lb.: Shoulders. 10 ct
LAUD "ft lb.. 1212i cts.
OIL Devoe's Kerosene. trail. . 75
0 0 ); Linseed oil. raw. gall.. $100:
Linseed oil. boiled, sjall., SI GO.
WOOL "j lb.. 20(222 cts.
PEEF On foot, 7 p7,8 cts, 'p, ft.
POKK-On foot. 5(7f,7ets. ft.
SHEEP Per head. S2 f0.
HIDES Green. lb., oc. ; JJry, ft..
124 cu : Salted. 8c
Rrbccca IJegree Lodge 'o. 5, I. O. O. F
(O Meet on the Second and Fourth
ot each month, at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellows
Hall. Members of the Degree ate invited to
attend. By order of N. (L
Willamette Lurigc Xo. 131. (), . . T
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooxs
S.E. corner'of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
Visitinir members are invited to
By order of W. C. T.
Chvppkd ILvxns and Face, sore lips, dry
ness of the skin, &c., Jkc, cured at once by
lletreman's Camphor Ice with Glycerine,
it keeps ihe hands soft in all weather. See
that you get liegeman's. S d 1 by all drng
irists.'otdv 2" cents. Mainufiietnred only by
liegeman & Co.
('hem sts and Druggists,
EVFIiV ONE II IS OWf MKTnIt.
A private instructor fr mariied persons
or tbosj about to be married, both male and
fern de, in everything concerning the pbys
ioloffv and relations" of our i-exual syste n,
and tdie prodm-tion and prevention of oft'
sp'in;:, inclii'-ing all the new discoveries
nevei'bef ore frive'n in the English language,
l y WM. YOUNG, M. D. This is really a val
uible and u.teresti itc work. It i- writteti
in plain language for the general reader, and
is .Bustrated with numerous engravings.
All voutiL' mat rie l people, or those cont.-m-plat'iag
iiiarria-Jte, and bavins the least im
pediment to married l.fe, should read this
l,.,r.L- Tt. ilif!nse. secrets that every one
should be acquainted with ; still it is a book
that, must be locked up and not lie about
the house. It wdl be sent to any address
on receiot of fifty cents. Address Dr. W M.
Yt)UN(i, No. 416 Spruce street aboTe tourtii,
3Iilt iiniiiaU LoIe Xn. 1, A. K. un l
v A. I. Holds its reirular cninmnica
'fnns on tiie fii' linrf Third Sdur
Sti'i'j in each month, at 7 o'clock from
ihe -ioth of September to tiie 2f h of
March, and Ti o'clock from the 2ot!i of
March to the 2oih ot September. Breth
ren m good standing are invited to attend.
It-c. S7P, By order of W. M.
Oi t goii Lodge Xo. 3, I. O. of O. F.--
-"5.'- Meets every Thursday even
inS at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's
H all. Main s eet.
Members of the Order arc invited to. attend
By crder: r. g;
OREGON CITT, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
HOOTS & SHOES,
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASS IMF RES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND 1JLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool ia exchange.
23F"I w ill also pay the high??t price
Butter. Eggs, and afl kinds of good country
produce. I will sell as low as any bouse
in Oregon, for Cash or its equivalent in good
S Give me a tail and satisfy yourselves.
The year 170 has dossed, and so have my
books fur that period. I would most respect
fid :y request all persons imJtbted to me to
call and settle their accounts, either by cash
or note. My accounts for 1S70 must be set
tied without a clay.
Jan. 13,1871 tf
To Builders and Contrac
tors. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL F,E RE
ceived until noon, March lt, 1S71, for
constructing a Caual and Locks around the
l'lans and specifications of the wck may
be seen at the ollice of the Company, at t'3
Front street, Portland. Oregon, where all
in form at ion may be bad.
Ridders may propose for part or lor the
entire work, and ail bids must he accom
panied by good and sufficient bonds.
Blanks for bidding can be had at the office
of the Company. Rids may be addressed
to S. lluelat, Secretary W. F. C. &. L. Co ,
Portland, Oregon, endorsed, " Proposals f.r
The Company reserves the right to reject
aiiv and all bids.
President W. FulU C. &. Lock Co.
Portland, January ISt.h, 1871. ml
SANBURK & PASCAL
Beg to inform the public and their friends
that tliey have Rased ti.e lower pari ot the
Which they have opened as a
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT
The table will at all times be supplied with
the bejt the market affords.
Orders for suppers and parties will; be
promptly attended to.
Oregon City, .Jan. 2():tf
AGEXTS FOR TIIE EXTEItPIlISE.
Tiie following poisons are authorized to
act as agents for the LNEi-aieiusE :
J. M. Baltimore. Poitland, Oregon.
Thomas lio.ee, San Franc. sco.
L. P. Fisher,
Hudson & Menet,4I I'aik Row, New York.
Ceo. P. liowcil & Cc, 4o Pari K-.w, New j
Abbott .t Co.. No. s2 Jc SI Nassau street,
Hu l-on, Meuet & Co.. I'hicag , Illinois.
Cue. Wetherill & Co., CUT Chestnut street,
Moore & Howard 517 Locust street, Phila
delphia. SEWING MACHINES ! !
JE SELL THE SINGER, WHEELER &
Wilson, Howe, Elliptic, Clover &
Baker, Weed, Parham, Keystone, Blees,
Cold Medal, Amerieaa combiua; ion , Davis,
Empire, 'inkte & Lvons, Wilcox & Cibbs
wi.h a complete outfit, late t improvements,
all extra, attachments and e iseat t)0.
Tiie Wilson, Folsom, McLean & Hooper,
Barthram & Fautou, wiih outfit, imp! ove
ments, all extra attachments and case at
. The Buckeye, Diamond, American, Home
Shuttle, Uiistol with outfit, taole, attach
ments and case, at f 3 ).
The Common Sense, Octagon, Banner and
all other hand machines wi.li outfit bemmer
uiul tucker at $l-2. No toy nitu hines sold.
A complete set of attachments tor hem
ming tine, coarse and wide, binding any ma
terial, quilting, tucking and making tiie next
tuck, milling and gatherinir, doing away
with biist.ug altogether. M.ide to su.t tiny
machine. On.y ti.e complete set sold, $.5.
The Lamb at "5 ; the Crane at $45 ; the
Ilinkley. Diamond 27 ; the Bickford, Aniei -icun,
Lssick, New Haven 20.
"When the motny is sent with the order
weship with all height charges prepaid as
far as the Mississippi, or sent C. O. I)., on
receipt of bait the amount, aud churgxs
L. PERKINS & CO.,
511 KING STBLLT, WILMINGTON, DEL.
.00 A MONTH
INERGFTIC rERSOXS, CLERGYMEN,
i doctor?, lawyer.-, airents, business men,
lanners, salesmen, dealers, and all other-,
in, lie aiid feniiile willing to give their whole
time or part ot it, can e isily make
100 OR MORE A MONTH,
by engaging in light, honorable and staple
business, in which to rn-mey is required.
No compet'tion. Exclusive territory given.
References as to character requirtdsYanij s
lor return postage desired. rite your ad
dress in tull and plainly.
50. 315 CIIESNUT STREET,
ACTIVE PERSUAS WASTED.
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
THE FINEST CULINARY IN
VENTION OF THE AGE.
Embodying in a plain and cheap utens'l
as simp.e as a pet or skiiiet, a .u weighing
1 ss than three p: unds
All the Principles Iiivolveil In Hie
Ptrftct liroilins of 3Icats,
With the Gr catist Conveniexjfs and Ad
vantages of Practical Use,
AXl) IOING ITS WoRv WITU
a Rapidity More tha??
1)01" BLE Til AT OF ANY
It affords to the poor mid rich alike the
FIRST and ONLY relief ever ottered from
the tedious, troublesome, juice-vaporating,
a : ill dyspepsia producing bi oiler of the past ;
lrom the dtadlv toe to human health, the
FitYING-PAN ; and from
Mcut-Cvok nj; Al.-oixiinations of all
It renders broiling, heretofore so vexati
ous, the Quickest and Easiest of all Modes of
Cooking, ami meats bi oiled by it
More Ijil:iti&lle ;intl IV iitritiaus
Than by any other mode of cookings them,
because it prevents th? loss of iaitrim?ut by
evaporation or otherwise. It sets on the top
of ihe .stove or range, over one of the open
ings ; requires no preparation 1 tire; no
C ke or Charcoal ; no pounding ot" Steak ;
renders tough meat tender by its action ;
does away with all smoke and smell of
grease; broils equally well over Coaler
Wood ; answers tor all sized stove or range
openings ;-and is equally good for
Eeefstake, Chicken, Chops, Ham,
Fish aud Oysters.
It broils steak, over an average fire, in
Seven to Right .ii.siites. and over a Very hot
fire, Within five M mutes. Other meats in
proportion ; and Retains all the Juices and
Flavor, which no other broilerdoes.
Sixty-Fiyo Thousand are now
All s ill under Standing and Unconditional
(.luara'itees, and have given an unanimity o
satisfactou unprecedented m the culinary
We guarantee them, whenever sold, to ful
fill the. above specifications, and au.horize
all dealer, to (io so with their custom, is. An
univers.il tet is invited on these teinis; and
to any net satisfied altera fair l rial, the
money will bo refunded, with charges both
Fuch Bn i'c will h ive the authorized la
bel attached with the trade mark, "American
Broiler," stamped tie icon.
Tills Broiler is also an unerjnaHed Broad
Toaster ind Corn-Popper, and a good Coffee
Hit nil Price only Two I)ull:irs.
l ine Mesh Crate for Corn Popping an
Boasting Coffee, if desired, So cents extra.
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
For sale in San Fruncisco bv the home
below named, in halt do, n and doz:n j ack
ages, at the mi . imam rates, who will fe ie-
s:on-ibIe to tin' fell extent f the above
guaiantei-s lor id' Broiler sold by tin m.
RUSSELL & ERWIF,
21-1 Sansomo St., San Francisco,
Manufacturers & Dealers
In Jlrrdi'-'are of ecer Description.
And at lie-tail by all St-.ve, T n and Ilyuse
Furnishing dealers every wbcie.
t ' 1 . .1 u r-i zw jt b
An Infallib'.o blood ii;iirir:n. possess
ing rare toic and sicrvkc proiJerties
c certain cure for kiiki si atissi, gout,
MX'nAi.tiiA, and all liindred Diseases.
It completely restores the Bystem when ini
raired hy disease, revives the action of tfca
iiIdxlt!) nmi tEAiTAL oiicA.s, radi
cally cures scnoFLLi, salt miEO
and all ehvptive .-jJ citaxeous Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in nvsrEPSiA, ebysipelas. Tumors,
Boils, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi
cates from the system all traces of Mercurial
It is piuelt VEGETAntE, bciiif; made
from an herb found indigenous ia Catiforni ,.
It is therefore peculiarly suitable for use by
Females and Children, as a elood Pi ai-
F1E nml Ili:OVATOIl.
For Sale by ai! Drucsis-ts.
PtEB tKaTON, ttQSTETTCK & GQ.
529 and 531 Market Street,
B A! LEY, MAR DIM G & CO.,
Successors of L. Diller in the Lincoln
EG LEAVE TO INFORM THE CI I I-
zens of liTL'on Cit v and surrounding
c I'.ntrv. that thpv keej constantly on haud
and for sale, a;l kinds ot
BREAD, PRVCK EV.,
CAN DIE AND NUTS.
Also, a good and general assortment of
Orders promptly filled, and goods deliver
ed at the residence of the pui chaser when
T o hishest pi ices paid fir Butter, Eggs
and Vegetahl s.
A libera! -hare of public patronage 13 re
April 23, 187":iy
VOID yl'ACK.-A victim . f e.iiv m-
screti ui, causing nervous debihtv
premature deeay. &c , h-ivmg tried in ram
every adre-tised remedvj a a simple means
of self cur?, which he w;ll send frep to l is
fellow suHereis. Address J. U. TUTTLE,
73 Xjssau st., New York..
oAv : t-tl : :.:,,,',
REDINGTON., IIOSTETTER & CO.
Stop that CoKghiug j
Some of you can't, and we- nPv vna.
Yon have tried every i emtdy but tl e
ONE destined, by iis intihisb-. merit, to
supersede all similar preparations. It
is not surprising yon should be lelnc-
tant totrv sometLiutr eiseat. crtlic many
experiments you have made of trashy
t ompounds foisted on tue puolic as a
ctriaiu cure ; but
NeWcll's Pulmonary Syrup
Is. really 'the VERY BEST remedy ever
compounded for the cure of Covgus,
Co'u!, Soie Throat, Asthma, l uving
Cough, lii-O'ichiti and Con-sumption.
Thousands of ptople in California and
Oreffon have been already benefited by
the surprising curative powers of
fileWoll's Pulmonary Syrup
and . with one accord give it their un
We now ad tiess ourselves to all who
are unacquainted with this, tl,?1 greatest
piuiacea of the ae. for the healing of all
diseases of the TUrou.t untl lTtiug,
assuring you that
KowelTs Pulmonary Syrup
hns erred thousands, and it will cure
YOU. if you try it. This invaluable
medicine is pleasant to the ta-te ; sooth
ing, heating and 8trenttltninp: in its
effects entirely free fr' tn all poisonous
or deleterious druijs.iind perfectly harm
less under all circumstances.
For Sale ly all Druggists.
REDINOTOX. IIOSTETIER & CO..
oy and 131 Market street, San Francisco.
Essence Jamaica Ginger,
Jf'Jiich ; confidently rer-OT.imendrd na the
beat prepcii tion now lifure the public.
This valuable preparation, containing
in a hiirnly concentrated lorni all tne
jiroperties of Jamaica Ginsrer.has become
one ol the most .popular domestic reme
dies lor all diseases of the stomach and
As a tonic, it will be found invaluable
to all persons recovering from debility,
whether produced by fever or otherwise;
for wi de it impuits to the system all the
glow and vigor th.it can be produced by
wine or biandy. it ;s entirely tree t,i in
ihe reacte nai v effects that follow the
use ot spiiiis of any kitef.
It is a.so an excellent remerlv tor
females who suffer from difficult men
struation, giving almost immediate re
lief to the sj asms that so frequently ac
company that period.
It uives immediate relief to Nausea,
caused by riding in a railroad car, or by
sea sicK'iess, or ouier causes.
It is also valuable iis an external op
plicat on f ir Gout, Rheumatism, Neu
IlJiDINGTUX, HOSTETTKIt & CO.,
29 aud 531 Market street, Sau Francisco.
F I av o r i n g Extracts
A!IE THE PKRFECTLY PFRE AND
highly c ncer.iratcii Extracts from Fresh
Fruits, prepared with great care.
They iire put up in superior style, and
in a bottle h.Jding TWICE AS .MUCH
as the ordinary brands of Extracts.
Comparing quality and contents, none
other are ne it ly so cheap.
Whenever tested on Tit Bill merits, they
have been ad pted in preference to all
oiheis. and are now the STANDARD
FLAVORING EXTRACTS ol the Pacific
MAKlv TIIE ADYAXTAGES.
By purchasing Rcdington's Concen
trated Flavoring Extract.-, you obtain an
article not only snpeiior iu nehritss and
delic.c of flavor to auy other of a simi-
bir n.iture, but, far more economical, be
cause e.tjch botUe holds double ihe
quantity contained in a bottle of any
other flavoring extract sold.
REDiSGTO, IIOSTETTER & CO.,
Agents for tbe PaciSc Coast.
Would yon escape FEVER AND AGUE,
and preserve he dth and vigor durins the
s ck!y reason, make occasional use of the
If yon are ATT VCKED with Chills
and niliou Fever, or have been a victim
to such disease, avd used ot her so-called
remedies without permanent relief, seek
at once the safet and sute-t
by usinc. according to cirectiona
MASON & PGLLABL'
Of, Fever and Ague FUN. Time has '
proved thetn tliorniighly to be the safest
and most reliable remedy known. They
contain no mercury or oti-er mineral or
chemical. ThY are exclusively vege
table. They. stimulate the f im-tions of
the liver. Congest-on is impossible where
thev are ust d. They do vA deter from
daily labor, by a-sisting digestion ti er
add tlesh and muscle to the fraire. They
are adapted to all ages and both sexes,
at.d as a
Will CURE in their incipienry, three
fourths ot all diseases incidental to a
malarious climate. For Dyspepsia, in
small dose, they have no equal.
For sale by all Druggists.
UEDIXGTOS, IIOSTETTEIl & CO.
The Battle for Life
Which is continually going on br-tjreen
health and disease, has n';".;1
from any nudi.-ine such marUd a ij un
nnst..kable a-si-ta-ue, on the siae ot
health, as it has fiotn
NeWell's Pulmonary Syrup
BEDISGTO, HOSTETTEIt & CO.,
529 and 31 Market street. Saa Francisco.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
o - ' . . -.
A. II. Mielsai'dsoM,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, l'ortltni.
Of Real Estate. Groceries, General fifcrcban
disc and Horses,
Every Wednesday and'Salurda I
A. D. KiciiAr.Dso, Auctioneer,
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Par and Bundle Irou
English Square and Octagon CastCiteai
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws; . Q
Screws, Fry-pans, .-beet iron, R.G. Ironj
' , - also: XQ
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquo'rt
A. B. IJiciiAUPON. Aitftioiippr
For a fevr cents you can buy
cf .your Grocer or Druggist a
rackao of SEA 3I0SS FARIXE,
mado from pure Irish 3Ioss, cr
Carrageen, viiich will mako
cixtceii quarts of Blanc Mahtf,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings, Custanfs, Creams, Chai
4. k.Nv ,
CC. Al 1 HIV
I tli i est, and most
food in the world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
lias no equal as a light and
delicate food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! !
TIIE CREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
TSiss wonderful vegetable
restorative is the sEaect-;M-clior
of ttac fee?jlc and tlcli
tnlecl. A3 o Co:23C coa'dia
for t2te uesl lasBiaid, it
Ii3-5 , iso eqssnl among slom
ncEiics, Aa a rcssscdy Tor tiie
ncE'voras weakness to xvliicli
women arc especially sub
ject, it is efiperscdins every
ol'nci Sii;s25:Jai3t. Eti all Cli
inaSes, ts'opccal, tesnserate,
or frigid, it KCt as a sjseciflc
ia every. S2ecies of disorder
wEaaeli tassdcs'Esasiacs Clie 5;odily
strengila aid ijs-ealss down the
aiaiaial spirals. For sale by
Aug. 2. loi i y Q ; r
TP STILL AT HIS OLD STAND, . .
C011NEK OF M A IX and SIXTH STKEETS
OREGON CiTV, OREGON.
TIIERE HE WOULD INVITE 1113
V friemls. and the public in jneral, to
cull and examine his slock, consisting ot
general assortment of k.... O
Ilts sisicl Caps
list fsI ware.
Having frorc many years' experience
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
LIES III .S MAIL PROFITS!
IS DETERMINED TO
OFFER SUCH INDUCEMENTS AS VQUi
S lem-e the C'ry of Portland Fiices!
Oregon City, August 26th, lSGa.
BOOTS and SHOES
COMPRISING ALL THE LEADING
California & Eastern
For Fall and Winter Wear,
Vre on Land and bdncr constantly replen
ished at the
Philadelphia Boot Store;
1l:3Front S(rrct anJ 1.31 First Street.
joim S- KAST.
N B. Ladies and Gentlemen's Toots and
G.iiters made to measure.
' 1 1 ' 1 f.
MACK & WELCH,
OFFICE In Odd Fellows' Temple, corner
of First and Aldtr Streets, Portland.
The patronage of thore desiring superior
operat'.or s is In special request. Nitrousojf'
idt 'or the rainless exfr;.ct?on of teeth.
"Artificial teeth "bet'f r tLan tbe best'
and as chm an t?.e the? Jt.
&m lyop. .