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TOWN AND COL STY-
will be a meeting of the
. - rri a t
otic. otock of lhe Oregon
subscriber . to the cap t . w gmpH v t
City rnimu u - - Sirtuid the
the.Co"V Li t'kiMG. t 7 o'clock iOi.
' border of the lX"?
Oregon CitJ,Xv. 2-fch, iSbb.
"TonsE.--During the past week
thore has ueeu v.. --o
, ... Tmirh fnsiirn htiinol
..,1 against us, au
,T,nnit ctlf VAP!ins tvo nonned
upon our pciu" - - i
V," certain paragraph which appeared
in the columns of this paper last Saturday
I .,t,?n9nnnti the question oftChinese la-
We shall not retract one word. epuci&e.ueie. a goou ieauire aiane
C.ixEMAii. On Monday last we visited j
this flourishing environ of Oregon City,
and in company with Messrs-. Peter Pune
and James Bingman were shown positive
prgjofs on every side of the prosperous and
healthy growth of the place. Many very
excellent residences a.s good as are to
be seen in the State will; be Sbocrved a:
Canegiah. The people there aro prcul of
their school, which is reported in a prime
condition of forwardness. The new steam
saw mill of the Canemah Lumbering com
pany is one of the desirable improvements
of the place, of which w? propose speaking
at a future time, in connection .with other
pursuits of that character about is. The
new store of Messrs. Morfitt & Co.. adver-
AUCTION AND COMMISSIONS Al. E 1AT fl ft
J i r i- we a w w
LO W PRICES.
Corner of Main and Third streets,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Rent Estate. Groceries, General MerckaK-
lie ftid lor($,
EVERY WEDXESU AY
AXD SATURDAY ;'
A. B. RlCITAtiDsON, Auctioneer.
bOT " Shall noi ICliaui out; huiu. c "T5 - '- v""".-
KtonPthat it was thought that the question j mab. and ought to be well sustained. It
..ia w.runs before the Lyceum, and that
Mr. Duncan surpied his friends, by his
support of it. In vindication of Mr. Dun
can we will state that be informs us that
-tfre question introduced by himself at the
"Lvceum was vary differently icorded from
the question debated, and that he support
ed the question brought out, solely for the
.mike of argument, not then, nor now, be-
is well to remark that Mr. Quinn, late o:
Portland, has established himself at Ca
nemah, to administer to the wants of the
inner man. The proposed sidewalk con
nection with Oregon City has ben under
taken, and it is hoped. the project may be
successful. One cannot now pass over he
route without getting Cet feet, and as the
benefit of such a matter would be mutual.
At Private Sale.
English Ri-fined liar and Rundk iron;
Square and Od-iinon Catf1etl:
ILnse Slit, 7V Rapx, awe;
Serf us, Fry-Pa tits, .b tt Lati, R. G. I run;
-I Large assortment of (groceries and Liquors,
A. 14. KiCHAKDSN Ain-i i.nrH-r
HIG-HIZ IMPORTANT !
To all wis hi my
HevirQ in9iie justness of his words. Thus j Qgi-gon City ttight to cheerfully assist the
far so good. Now as to t lies with which i enterprise with contributions. We tmder
we have been Wged. It is not our?pur- starSl that this is one ot tfie prom.-ed prc
r.o.se to misrepresent tacts. As was stated, jeets which the Portage Company tailed to
jast Saturday, so we believe now : that thel CumI,1y with- 7 '
Chinese labor question was purposely agi- j The Papku Mill. Mr. W. W. Ibick. who
in the capacity of Duihiihg
tated as a feeler in this community, and ac.tvd
it has resulted 9i showing the minds of out
citizens pretty unanimously opposed to the
introiciLm of Chinynen here, to super
cede intelligent white men apd women in
Su)erintendeiit and President of the Pi
neer Paper Manufaftming Companyi div
ing the erection of their line mill in this
ei'y hist Thursday completed his work.
0iny of the pursuits of life. We know very j all,i turned it over to the Company. He
i t , t . i'J i ? 1 . . ....
well mat lr any manuiaccurmg mcorpora-
tionhoose to encourage that svstem xd'
laborthey can do so ultimately ia the face
of all opposition, hut rather tlxan have it
done rather tha seOrespectable whites
deprived of the means of subsistence by
having their places filled with greasy .lilthy
Chinese, who can have no lot or part in
common with Americans--rather than have
the houses and streets ofCDreuou Civ con-
s ill retains the position of President, how
ever. We have already described the
mill, b it will now very soon be running,
We learn that Maj. Davenport of Portland.
has f?een elected Foreman of the work.?,
vice Mr. Thymas K. Clifton.
nori: shoeing, black-
SMllLllNG, IltON. ETC.
John W. Lewis,
' r(iraer of MAfXaml SECOXD tiedet
" UUEOON CITV,
I'sikt's t'is ijpurtuniiy t ,t rm his
old tMttiunr-, ri tn I tile public
in g iteltil, that h nuW
Ii-u on hum
THE CELBI R ATED
1 BSllB Ei
Fall a$d iateir Impcrtatija
1866 and 1867
AT THE OLD STAND,
Main Street, Oregon City,
rIIlAXKFUb FOR PAST FAVOR. AND
- r a. T
JL hopiBi' tor a continuance 01 ine .anie,
V(uld invite the attention ot the public to
Ids Urge stuck now in store, Cuusisting of
fancy and staple
J. R. RALSTON.
CHARMAN So BROTHER !
S T i L L O NII AN D ! !
After" Thirteen Years Experience
IN BUSINESS IN THIS CITY !
AND MANY HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Y ALICES. TRUNKS,
JUST OPENING AND RE
CEIVtA G from San Francisco a
splendid assortment of G
STAPLE &. FANCY;
The stock cornprises all the
NEW STYLES IN f)RESS GOODS.
iV(ZH and Uroche Xhawh, Long and Square
U'uol Shaiclx, L'Utakx, liasoum, Cloth, Cassi-
Groceries, Croekery,G!H?s and Plated SS-'"'
VV.,i l.,,,.io T -i in i lo
(II . f 'Ullt O, V.' lit X I I I
v icks, Chiuiiit-ys and Burners !
Under the old Motto !
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR Nu
merous customers that they have just
received from Sat Francisco one ot" the larg
est and best selected stocks of goods ever
ottered in this market?, consisting of
DRY GOODS. CL0TLI1XG,
cGROCERlES, 11 A RDW'A A
Q UEEXS- WAR Eg
Jlarhi'arei Cutlery Ic., etc.
Being Hand reds of Other Articles!
'Too Numerous to Alent'cjif
ZtW Call and examine for yourself. I take
pleasure in sdiowing goods, and ust-'ixiers
will iinO the articles at reasonable figures fur
cash or pioduce. I. SELL1.NG,
5 Corner store, opposite tlie
5: 1 vl Tin and stove store.
IIous(k'((j'oig Gfd,?, Curt-xins, Fl-zt-ur,
Hats, liugx, t''., Aotfon-i and Fancy Goads.
V;w Dri'rS Trimming unit Buttons,
jV?i Head Xtts and JJrec.Xetv IVofl Xnlias,
1 loud,, d:. Hot, ait and Trimming Ribhynn,
Afio hmhrmde&t and JMCt, Lmbrefea,
t'orimonies, ruscfi Li-rstts, arc ,
moral and lkp Skirts.
PAINTS, OILS, c ,
Together with a splendid assortment
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of. every, description, at! of the best
quality and latest styles Also:
II ATS AND CAPS !
Of all qualities, and styles, besides
many other goods, too numerous to
Gents and LadiesFurnisliing Gods
REDINGTON & CO.'s
Essence of Jamaica Gingeiv
THIS VALUABLE PREPARATION, Con
taining, in a highly concentrated" fornr.
all the properties of the Jamaica Ginger, has
become one of the most popular domestic
remedies for all diseases ot the stomach auc.
digestive organs. r ' ' " .
As a tooic' it will be for.ml invaluable to all .
persons recovering from debility, whether
produced br feTer or otherwise, for whilst it
imparts to the system all the low and vigor
that can be produced by wine or brandy, it ia
entirely free lrom the. reactionary effects that
follow the use of spirits of anvkind.
It is ajso an excellent remedy for females
who sutter from dillicult mefjstmation. eiviui;
almost immediate relief to the spasms that so
frequently accompany that period.
It ives immediate relief to nausea, caused
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also valuable as an
external application for Gout. Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. KEIJIGTON A JU.
CruarSuJ Sale Agents for the Pacific Coast.
" MARTHA WASHINGTON 5J
HAIR RESTORER .
Trvfst none other, howe'er pleasant, -
None can do what this has done- ,
C'ouxTY C-oi uT. The Coutitv
Clackamas coufity. Judge Mutbck presid
ingi was in scion a p:rtt(3n of the week.
Asirle from matters of t'iolate, the Com-
missimiers. Messrs Jin Krusi fittd Aa
Sander., being present, jnatters of
general interest fo tjio public w-ere'tnins-agU'd.
hundred dollftrs wai? appro
priated for improvi'inenuf :n the road
leading south. aiP.l Mr. WalUT Fish was
respondent of the OwomW sends llie appointed to recip e and (Inbtlrse the
following in relation to th (flseussion of ! illI,V contenipltel purchase of the j
the Chinese labor question &tlm city, on Mollala bridge, and the Cgson britlgi
Friday evenimr. the 3(Jthwilt.: - To show ! w-lkin.? thein free, was lu-ld over lyitil the
that the diseuion of this subject last":
evening caused itsiiiiill excitement, in this I
verted jjito the filthy and purlieus kbodes
of this curse of our land we would be j
without such manufacturing establishments !
would advocate their immediate remov
al to China.Qy the shortest route.
The Chinese L.vnoii (JrEsnox. A tor-
And other patterns which he warrants in
evrv partk-ul.r t) give saiisf ictititi. The
f Fanning coniirnujitv n; csni-cialtv stud
earnestly invited to call and hee thiise iui
piements, befwie purcliasing eUew-hcre.
Ail work in his line is donti in the b?st
possilde niauner, and t;t sut-h prices as rnut
iuitt all. In coiuicctuui with the Btfove de
partment of busineei the uudeiHrnefl i rdxo
prepured to manufacture
Wagons and Carriages of every kind!
in pofnt of style and durability
EQUAL TO A . V IMPORTED!
& February term.
quieCeommunity. it is only necessary to
ntate that, long before tly hour axed for
debate had arrived, tije room was crowd
ed to excess by meiQ of aJJp:rades and
frrudes. Alter uitMisua prelimiufiry lijsi-
ness was gone though, the President of j
the club, Mr. T. Chiyma. requested Dr. i
Barclay to act as Cliairm.ai o debate for :
the evening. Th? (piestion : Is Chinese i
labor beneficial to Oregon?' was intro
3 duced by the leaders, and ably argued by j
-a number of gentlemen until a late hour, j
( 9W I
.... V. ..-i.ii'
i,ue chairman, in summing tip. stated, mat
those on th? aflinativeQside had made
merely imaginary and rjjhty s)eeches on
Aheap labor throughout LurQe and oid
countries, and completely faile m all
their arguments to show that Chiuese labor
would be advantageous to this State ;tjiat
those on the negative side spoke Qth elo-
-.iiikiin.v Li.!.-!in in tin: p n iricii
- Q rS that real estate is ju-t now plenty and
O ments : nroveu conclusively that C0mesev-f ., ...,
Effects of Sex at Out Doon. On Tues
day night last the Good Templars held an-
,.tl:,i l.-i 11 -if lln':i' TInll lU'i't" mir I
oClee. During the night a fellow by the
name o& Shields, probably not a Good
Templar? while under the influence of
liquor attempted to enter the room, and
being rejected in a more forcible than ele
gant manner, left the effects of ISs sin at
our door, in a pool of bad blood. IVe do
noc consider ourselves aeccmntab.e ior it
alti&mgh a pr.nter's devil wiped the
JXTEit ix l.AKXKsr.- 1 lie aniKjunce
niLUit oil Saturday las of khe arrival, of
winter in these regions, was by no means
premature. The s.iorms for a jiart of the
week would seem to be but the advance
messenger ot g:s Icelanuic Majes.y m tac'.
Take the week through, however, it has
been pleasant enough? but we all realize
Hiivingconstantly on hand for sale a large
assortment of material, consisting in part of
IRON. STEEL, ETC.,
The proprietor is
Led to fill all Orders!
( aaci Artlclts on
The Most Favorable Term?,
".f,r All work from this establishment,
and ali mitterud sold on order, is warranted
to be as iqiUMiilul.
J. W. LEWIS.
Oregon Citv. 1 . i : 1 y
(vciitlcmt ii's Purxiisliiii; Gocds.
Roots d' Sl-oct, Ifatu tf Cap, Hardware Gro
cerifH, Prtltt. Oil, J.bwx, Sant Jitinds, etc.,
itc, fa which the Knd-erslgncd laaild incite th?
attention tf the piddle in general, and tkg old
patvms of the Jtfj'tte in p irtlenlar.
Thin stack n-lU be kept ally equal to that of
any, and $aks mill be vv&le cheap.
J. It. RALSTON.
Oregon City, New loth, IS OR. S:ly.
WORTMAN & SHEPPARDI
Ma IX STREET, OR EG OX CITY.
Kept Constantly on hand !
Mayer's Mitrltet !
IS MOSS' BUILOIXG, MAIN STREET,
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL
I ke.o on nana all the vari
eties ot fresh and cured meats:
POULTRY, Y EG ETA Rid:
Corned fierf and Pork,
Bacon , Jaiis, Lard. Tallow, j
(i'C, d'C, 'C
A liberal share t-f patronage is solicited, j
as I expect to keep us good an r-soi tnient, j
and of as good quality as tin1 country afford,
winch will be delivered ty purchasers at any i
reasonable distance in the citv.
(:)y 'B.MAYER. j
M York vliakcry! !
F . C. 110UNUNU,
Xo. Vi X.i th Front Street,
T7: LEI'S OX HAND a large assortment of j
all kin 's of Groceries and provisions !
o: superior qiialitv, at low rutes. Also, of
his own manuractiire, 1 1 kinds of
CRACKERS. PILOT HUE Ah. PIES, And all Articles used for Cm i nary
CAKES AXD It REAP! Purposes !
Also, a choice lot of Russian Caviar, by trie
aekigy, to suit purchasers. Also. a line lot
of OLD O !'ARi RUAXhY, by ihe gallon
- l-f' Old- rs trom the interior sjiicited,
and jpromptly attended to. ii.ly
coiiBtaiitly on hand
OA K ES! PIES! BR E A D!
And Cracker of all kinds!
Orders in this Line will meet with
PROMPT ATTENTION X
All of which we will sell at? tl& very low
est nrice for cash, Cnd We irrant satisfaction
Country Produce Uiken in exchangeor Good.
Particular a tt en Hon paid- to Orders
From Che Comtry I
Aim; to Consignments of Goods, and prompb
Returns Madefor the Sa?ne !
It is our intention to 3eal wii those wfio
favor us with their trade, in such a manner
as to secure their confidence and continued
patronage. 'Please give us a call at our new
stare ou Main street; Oregotf Cit;;.
l.ly CHARMAN k BRO.
J '$l a
I ATENT MEDICINES of all kinds, kept
1 by ICIIARMAX cfr BRO.
.j, & u
T7 Ai.L PAPER. Window Curtains ond
'V Paper shades, kept by w
CHAR 11 AX d URO.
Ti v it alwavs keep it present
Use the Martha
It will keep the the Hair soft
nd flossy change it to its
IS Original Color ; prevent the
Hair falling out; make old
DJOT heads look young ; and do all
that is expected of a genuine,
A Good Hair Restorer.
REIINGTON & Co., .
P-DYEd Agents, tSan '"Francisco.
fiA A E.TI1 A 111 AOEEIkinTflBJ 53
WORTMAN & SHEPPARD
Also keep on hand all kinds of
feTEA M BOAT STORES !
17ULL Assortment of rope, nails, etc. for
sale br CP ARM AX & PRO,
rpUBS, Buckets. "Washboards, Keelex's
X solves, etc.2 CllA RMAX d JiJiOT
Tt. C. MTEE3.
Is a fonder of the world, and stands above
comparison with any other article for the hair
ever brought befor the public. Hold cvery
w bere e
o REDINGTON1 S
Are made from FRESH FRUITS Each -gbottle
ho.ds twice as much asiwiy other
brand in thermal ket, consequently they
are tlf? cheapest and tlje best.
USE NO OTHER. 8
o REIJINGTON iCo.,
Aleuts for the Pacific Coast.
J. MYERS k BROTHER,
Clicsip Csisli Store J
Under the Court Ionsc, it? Oregon City.
labor is not always beneficial to a nation.
very easily outauft-it.
WjNTER ! Vr ft TEH !
WO'JIi ! WJOD ! WOOD : WOOD !
AMES II. C 1ST IS PREPARED TO I)E
?J liver ' 1 lard Wood, Dry f ir W'i'jd and
o.iik, to order and warrant ar'!sfuction. Or
ders left at Smith Si. Marshidi's liOj) jnn;pt
lv tided. JAMES 11. (JIST.
Oregon City. Deceniber 1st, iscc,. ',tt
-.lAf.BLE AND STONE YARD
WOFJMAN & SKEPPARD
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO!
By the Case, or at retail I
WILLI AM YOUNG,
Ao. 38 F'ont street, Portland Oregon
Keep constantly on hand a good stock of
Maiitle and buildiifg .-tone, suit. il.de tor e.'ery
descrititn of.woik. Mantles, Tmiib stones
and monumeirts of every style, executed and
set to order. :Guf
P. S. Tl;e wind w is in the north vester-
and that ChQarncr and Ch:mlabor would f d.iy aml tfol WU!i rcspien(uuit.
i a i.rtz. i 4i$ .1... !
uc 11 curse 10 sociciv auu no uenttu to uib
iStatc of Oregon. The decision was re-
celved amid npplause,, and every person
Ax f mpkov k m k n t . The Coniireyationa'
fceemed much pleased withfte exeilsos of
riTO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
ll All pei sous arf hereby notified that I
claim alt the unsold land in Oregon t'itv not
hud otf into lilocks. Lots, Streets or Alleys,
and ail timber, rails, wood, rock, there
on, iitid 1 d j hereby forbid alljersons from
tresoitssiniuiton or in anv w;iy inlet fet ing
i from which the buihlinir is to be warmed
ti ' "(J ' tilVJUU Oil . i. ll - ' . . . v..u
New CVih'EKTi.sements. not fail toi, there' the coining winter may expect to iiud
take heed of our tivertising columns, j the room cynfofmhle.
This.w eck Mr. E. I). Kellv,G?v er the w ay Rei.igiols Meuti.vgs.- there have been
from our office, enu inmates a large quan- noon prayer meetings held at t.ie Methodist
tity of articles comprising a pt of his Churcii every day this Sveek. Several de
stock. and prnises a stePengraving of j nomaiati jus are uaited in the movement,
George Washington with many of he j and we under:anathe meetings are o be
" , ! Avid during the coming wee at the Coii-
gOOUS SOIU Mr. "III. WtllOtt guw nu- , r.gut,oll.u IJluu-cll.
tice that hepr1ses squaring oil his out
;hu:Eh in this Citv hab.-en lately improved j with the same without a written permission
fv the construction of a room underneath, 'm inc. The spice in front of the lilntl
.... , . not hud ;ft into Blocks or Lots ts not a st ?. t.
Ore-ro'. C;tv. Nov.
r. Lnns Ma
books Mr. JaiiWs Manu. ot the Pony.
.also tenders his regards to tSo public.
Hie Lincoln LaOZIiy. As will be seen
Pl"km.au.s Ai-.oLT. We learn that several
attempts have been made recently by .bur
glars in this vicinity. If any man aUcinpl
al ine dead hour oi
,!iH':i!. in the iaag
;,; . '.-ii Oi Uilll vi.
i to enter voiir ireui..-e.-
y i"" auurumnnu. "r ,i.ght wltrf fju;
Bakery hasVjen removed to the new J uj,r,. oi iUcp.
building on Magi street. I. is now j tuc po..
prepared ki serie parties of gen ti men and I ' "
ladies, as w ell as balls. Avith that great tie- , ,
. . . ,, ! our Upends have e.u.eu npou us no:n
sKleratum to an evening s entertainment, j a .
wmo.O ll,&i,kn evneets n choice assort- i rbriiaiid. II. L. i luoott tue Oreaonutn,
rupi' v v "1 '
Hieiitv' toys for ihe holidays.
I.ROM OEC-RGE MARSHALL'S PLACE,
on Wedtiesita. tne til 1 1 ot Nov., a
BAY AHr.Il: CAN KAilE !
Bit a n top SiiMjLAi; Tonus Mai:k titi
on the left tp; .-he is about 14 hands high ;
has awhile star in the foiehea-', and;o.lar
marks on the shoulders. Any person leav
ing information that will lead to her recov
ery, nt Mr. Cram's Livery Stable,' or at the
Oieuorr House in Ihis ciiv. or who will retern
her,' will be rewarded. li EN R V 1 1 EN R1CI.
Ot tgeiiCity. November -24th, lsijt). C:4w
The Aeek r. i uis spud.d ste.fmer has Sion io look in.
U. ( . Walling of the tanner job otlice, ;nd
.M. Sii viler 3i tlie lh iid. aii took occa-
Main Street, at the Telegraph Office,
ii -ii V i . . V)
Dealer in 0
Ket rs-R'ody tr.ude C lathi ig.
Cy(""s. 'I olia ().
O 1 w
taken her place ' in the 1'. T. Cmffeuiy "s
line, between Oregon City and Portland, j L-ycevm ho.M.,.-.v
.r t-.r ci... , .! ihe fii. tvln ! Ivccttiii association have
xvUh ', lTn?K.l ht m lils ''&u is I evenings for their meetings.
ret that the
selected 1 r:duv
under command oCapt. Lph. Daughm.in.chtdes the jmss.bility ol o.ii -tting re.!'
... , Iv-H, ' u- j of the debates until they mV a week of!
with purser J., Ife ilOj engineer IS. .galliZllJiuI1 proline t,, flounsh well.
DcIIuit, steward George Gyward, and ! "
first officer Daniel McGill. ' Mt.ET1NU Tiia Oirv O.if.My.. There
Lieutenant IdgefVAs a special meeting of the City Lou..
hn h....n inamii.n tn, r.v..-n ;in niTiee in ou Mondav" eveniiig
last. The (7-ine.pa
was in roirard to the matt'er o.
n...n ft.. r,. rr ...f.-ii itinrr i husinc
.. ' w . . n, ftf ; street wpik. and tne action oi the tito
men tor tli Indian campaign. Dr.j?. i - ,1(r tt.,. ..,ne
Xew Clothks. We observe that many
of our Portland friends, visiting us, have
new clothes. These, we learn are ahiost
invariably nurch:sed at Darm n Bros or
" Kohn A- F&tiel's. of merchant- who know
how to and knowing advertise.
ConDELLixt;. The steamer.- for up river
have been compelled to cordel their way
out of the basin the last few days, in con
fquence of the swift current incident to
the late rise. This will be ofthirt dura
Vaia a)!1.e La:m i ou Sale. Mr. Abel
Eudy advertises some very valuable land
Por sale. Persons in'want of land are ad
vised to give him a fell I -it can be oh
tained, by paying part down, on easy
terms. See advertisement.
Catlmt, Wtlow and i nod en
i Varc, Yankee Notions, -
Fancy and staple Crocei ies, Candies, Nuts,
-fr i- -
Atteiitioti i also tlirected to the fact
that jioliiuly else sells the.
FAMOUS GLKASON CHEESE
Farmers and the public gererally, are in
vited to call at the City Uakerv, where the
truth will be made apparent that our stock is
complete, and our prices reasonable. siMl
i kiti-ts of produce taken in exchange for
Executor's Saio of Heal Estate.
VTOTICE IS HERERV GIVEN. Til AT IN
XN liursuance of the order of the Couuty
Court of Clackamas County, State of Oregon,
leiide on the tilth day ot November, A. D.-
1S.;i', in the matter of the estate of illiam
Arthur senior, deceased, the undersigned
executor o. said estate win. sen m puone
aiicti.m to the highest bidder in LJ. S. gold
or .ilver coin, in one parcel and subject to
continuation Ly said County Court, on Tues
day, r he eleventh ( 1 1 th) day ot December,
A. 1). lh'.i), at one o'clock r. m. at the Court
House door in Oregon City, Clack mas
County, Oregon, ad the right, title and in
terest "of said testator at the time of his death,
and all the right, title and interest that the
said e.-tute has by operation of law or other
wise acquired other than or addition to that
of th.9 said testator at the tiie of his death,
in to ami ali tliat lot, piece or prcel of land
situated lying ad being in said County of
Clackamas, and described "S follows, to wit:
being the northerly half of the following de
scribed piece or parcel of land situate in sec
tions 17,-iS l'-t and -J", in Township 2, South
Range S, East of the Willamette meridian,
being ciaim OS and more particularly de
scribed by notification No. t !-". in tile'atthe
Land Office at Oregon Citv as follows, to wit:
Conor dicing, at a point 2". 7- chains East of
the S. W. corner ot section Is, m iownsnip
South, Range 3 East of the Willamette
meridian. T'tience rui.ning South 11 31
est ri.i. T) ci;ains."; ..-
WORTMAN & SHEPPARD.
Oregon Citv, Oct.. IS0. (o2
The subscribers have
Dry Goods, Bootfgand Sbo. Clothing,
. .iroceries, HarOware. etc., etc.,
Which they propose to sell as cheap as wj
J louse in Oreaon.
Oregon City," October 20, 1S6. c
E. 15. KELLY,
NKG ETABL.ES, &ci
FA MIL Y
If laithfully used according to directions will
iQure finery case of Diabetes, and greatly miti
gate Taie timiolesome etteets causey. o a re
laxation of the outlet of tlie bladder. It is s.
most successful remedy for Gravel r.nd other
diseasesfof the kidneys and bladder, o,na to,r
female diseases is unequalled.
The Catbfelicon uirriormlveures Prolapsus
2:ly O Uteri, Whites,6all Irregularities of the Month
ly period, Suppression, Incontinence oi urine,
liloating and Dropsical swellings, and iJl
diseases of .pregnancy. Thepecitic action of,
this uiedicine1s immediate and -certain topou'
the Uterine and abdominal muscles and liga
ments restoring them o as healaiy a stat
as those of childhood an-4 youth, so that pa
tients who have used the G raefenberg Cornpa-
i ny's Uteiine Cathohcon cannot ulliciently
! expreasctheir gratitude for the rehei altoruea.
! iSE DING TON & CQ, Agents,
410 and 41S Front street, San Francisco.
rt . " '
ENTIRE STOCK OF
TO THEIR OWN
New niil ConiraoiHom Sales RooiiiSp
C7 First street, near Salmon street,
7IIERE, WITH AMPLE HOOM, THEY
V thpy now-invite the attention of the
public tO a LA KG KR AM) BETTKU ASSORTMENT
than ever presented before, and, although
situated a little away, from the center of
trade, still, with lessened expenses and
goods from eastern manufacturers direfr.
they feel confident that it will repay purchas
ers to give them a call.
Z HURGREN & SHINDLER.
Portland, Nov. 1 TUhlSGG. 4:tf
Comprising in part
' ( o
SUGARS ! TEAS! COFFEE !
CT-ffHY VIL YOU DELAY ?
Wo are sorry that there are
Ciuined Sauces !
Canned Ousters !
Is 31 o.-s' IH iiNt:. V. W. Harper will
Address the people at Moss' building this
Vvoning at 7 o'clock, as adverted.
HOME MANUFACTURE !
Hi If- .- . l. t H '
KNOWN AS STARR WHISKY,)
Is airain'being manufactured from Oregon
Wheat, at Portland, "by
;,:ti I L. M. STARR ct CO.
Crdiuance Wo, 65.
1E IT ORDAINED AND ESTABLISHED
) by tlie Citv Council of Oregon City:
0lHal the grading and McAdaiinmg of the
All- y, running through block N. -J, ( iwent -eiuht,s
hereby authorized, the sai I work
tn'Jct bv contract to the lowest approved
(hbidifer. The property owners adjoining saui,
Alley to paV i o-imi -us, aim ineeu uue
tiiird of tU amount for grading and MeAd
ainiziug tftd same.
I'roposals for grading and McAdamtzing
the Allev will be receivd by the City Coun
cil until the loth day of December, lbtb3.
Hy order ot the Citv Cofmcil. o
JAMl'S M. MOORE, Citv Recorder.
an now have something more of the tnar
veLTus works of nature to lok at than
1!, . r,. 1
upon ordu&ry occasions. The
truly a grand sight at this time.
ufO V. 51 eets every "Wednes
day evening at 7 o'clock, in the
Masonic II all. Members of the order are in
vtted to attend. Uy older
HfV- -Holds its regular
communications on the tii and third Sat-
E. 1L Fellows, R. S
MLormick'.s Almanac. This most m-yr,i..vs Gf each month, at half. past six r. m
terestingittle volume is now ready for i Brethren in good standing ure invited to
any who nutv wish to buy. Kelly, at the j attend. Bv order of
l'ost office has them for sale. f Oregon 'City, Ncr. fcthVJ S65.
Dated, Oregon Cii;,Nov. lt, 1;
8 itt Jin . y iv.iif us -
Rlood, Strengthening the Nerve.-, Restoring
the Lost Appetite, is FRESE'S HAMRURG
TEA. It is the'best preservative against id-
most af4.v sickness, jt used timely. Composed
of herbs only it can be given safely toinlants.
I' u II directions in French, Spanish, and Ger
man, with every package. TRY IT !
For sale at all the wnolcsale and retail
drii:; stores and groceries. (-51
o J'MIL FRESE, Wholesale IJiuirgist,
tSole Atit, 410 Cray stieet,Sau Francisco.
7s Z't East o. 7i chai ns
io f.a.-t i . 4o
North lo'' et .'..",'. "
North b- West 1 1. ''" -
North 5 East 4. 2 "
North 7. o7 " '
West la. 7'J
South 2-r Co' West 7. 47 "
Souih l7'iM.i eist b. 00
Wet w 3. no
South 74 S'J' u'est 8. 0
North (',.,- West 14. 50
North i57 West S'J. 00
Sou to) 11 30' West 24. 25
to Ihe place of beginning, the entire tract.
containing f'27 :;ii-4oo acres',, tlie part to oe
soid being the part heretofore set apart in
the baud Oihce at Oregon City to suul u u-
liam Atthur senior, neeased, as his part of
said donation land claim, and containing
A'-j 'is-loo acres, together with all the tene
ments thereon and appurtenances thereanto
appertaining. Terms of sale one half of
the j uich .e money to be pan! on day or
sale in com. Balance to be paid one year
from day ofjsale in coin. Payment secured
by mof tgainj on the land.
A. F. I J EDGES,
Executor of t' e last will and testament
of Widiam Arthur sr-nior, d.-e,-1 " w
7 P) ic-v
A N I w
A CiURAT VATilElT OF FANCY
Ci.;ols for Ihe IIolitlaj',1
Just received and for sale by)
WASSERMA X d- CO.
4"2mJ . V) 77 Front street, Portland.
CASE GOODS IX G EXERAL !
Pirticilar, attention is given to the
Country TradeQby which I am
enabled to furnish City
Customers ith a
Superior Qualify of Butler, Fresh j
Tiv strict attention Vsthe retail traded
oniv, i nope 10 mern u snarei nic puuai;
patronage. Store at the Post Office, Main
street, Orego City. E. J. Klil.iil .
LOGUS & ALBRIGHT,
XCELSIOR MARKET !
Corner of Main and Fourth sts.,
Oregon City .....: Oregon,
rpAKE this method of informing the pub
JL U.. that they kecponstantlv on band
all kjnds of fresh agi salt meats, such as
"Pf-IEF, PORKMUTTOX, JEAL,
CORXED- B E E l PICKL EIYd O R K,
all A MS, LARD. Q
And everything else, to be found in Ineii
line of business? LOGU0: ALBRIGHT.
Oregoiiituty, November I, lsti.
CHARLES HO ? K I N S ,
Successor to G. IF. Vong&t,
persons who suffef on dav bv day,
moiith after month, and tj?ar by O
year, when friends and neigh bora
have been cured of the amf
malady that afflicts them. Now
ithas been proved by substan
tial evidence that SCOVILL'S
BLOOD ANI L1YER SYRL'P
will cure the worst cases of scrof
ula, Canicer, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, etc.yet still there areQ
those who neglect this sure and
To such we
saytry the syrup be convinced. "J
Si 1 El I FL C3 s. i.h.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OE FORE
closuieol mortgage, and execution duly
issued thereon in favor of 0ven Wude and
tigaitiht John 1J. Nelsim and ClarissaNeis-m,
for the sum oft wo hundred an I eighty-four
dullais and eighteen cents, bearing interest
at the rate ot twelve per cent, per annum,
and the sum of thirty-tu.ne dollars and thirty
c- ins co.-ts of suit, I liave levied upon di?
fuilowing described tract or parcel of land
situated partly in Clackamas county and
paitlx in Muion county, Slate of Oregon, to
vv ii : Tlie east hi.lt'of the south westqiiarier
aud) the south east quarter ) sec
tion thirty one, and ihe west
half of the South west quarter of
section thirty-two in T. ;", S. R 1, E. of
the Wallametie m vidian, containing G'Jo
acres, together with the appui tenances there
unto belonging or in any wise appertaining,
and I will selt the same at public auction to
the highest bidder on Saturday, the. brth day
of December. A. D. at lo o'clock a. m.
of sid day, at the Court House door in said
countv, to satisfy the above amounts and
BLANKS 'F EVF.Wy DFriUfl ION,
N.tlv printed the Enterprise office.
costs ot saie.
WM. P. RUTINS,
S. -lie m r. . On tron.
I.. . AY S.TlUXEV,
TTAVING LEASED THE A ROVE HOTEL
JLJL is prej)ared to accommodate the public?
in as good style as any house on inecoasi.
He has, determined to "make the llennett as
good as the best, and better than any public
house in Salem. Charges moiftrate.
.Manufacturer and Dealer in
SADDLES, HARNESS, 6,: , L-c,
Main street, between Third and Fourth,
j ryHE attention of parties desiring anything
1 in my line, is directed to my siock, ue
tbie making purchases elsewhere.
(lv) 0 J011NSCIIRAM.
N COUNTY COURT OF CLACKAMAS
.'ounty, Slate of Oregon :
' l;o cent uevenuc sismp. r
A. G. Dradford Plaintitf, vs. Margaret. Mitchjs
ell. d.-fendaut. Action at law for the re
covery of money only.
To Margaret Mitchell, said defendant : In
the name of the State of Oregon, yon are
hereby required to appear and answer the
t,cbi plaint hied ag .inst you in the above en
titled action, in the "Jounty court oi iiacKa
mas county, State of Oregon, and if you fail
to a.iswer paid complaint by th first Monday
of .January, ls7, the plarntiffwill take judg
ment against you for the sum of 77 dollars
and "Scents, with, cost and disbusemcnts'of
this action. ' S. HUE'LAT. '
n:0wl - - Att'vfor Pluintiff.:
UT L E RC,
IRON AND STEEL,
Blacksmiths9, Miners and MechOiics
Toots, Plows, Reapers, MoiQrs,
Threshers and. Agricultural
( x--. Fr0!,,
3:1 Corner of Morrison st., Portland.
Removed;. Removed! (
D. MOXXASTES, Prgprictcr.
I'OirrLAND. . O OREGON,
HAS NOT DISCONTINUED WORK V
but has been removed" to Second street,
between Alder and Morrison streets, where
business will be conducted on as large a scale
as in years past. 2:ly
REDINGTON .t Co., Agents,
415and 41? Front street,
QOJIE OF", "YOU CAN'T; AND AVE PITY
IJ you. You Lave tried every remedy but the ONB
deslined, by its iutriusic merit, to supcreede all piia
ilar preparations. It is not surprising you should Lo
reluctant to try something else after the many ex
poriments you have made of tra.-hy coiuuwuLi
foisted on the public as a certain cure; but
is renllytho VERY f!E?T retnfrlr evor compoynrtM
for the euro of Coughs, Colds, isore TLmat. Asihrna.
Vho(.pnL' CouKli.lirinc biii:-and Consumption. Itiou-Kand-s
of neol.lc in California and OroRon liavc betn
already beneuttea Dy me BurpriaiuS iinv r-"
.md -with one accord pive it their unqualified npprft.
bation. Xc now address ourselves to all who are un
acquainted with this, th'o Rreatsst Tanaroaof thturo.
)for the healing of all diseases cf thc Throm ni
Lungs, asauring j ou that
Sheriff of Clackias County, j pARl'ET, Matting, Hug c., " ;
Tax Notice t air Waruing!
r I ""HE time for paving taxes without cost
JL in Clackamas county, will expire on L
The 20th day of D.-eembt-r, 18G3. P
And all nries not p'akl on -or before that date j
will be caHtcted iaon execution. j
v; . .jo IV. .V. UURXS.
. ' Sheriff of" Clackamas O runty. I
?n'Citr; Vov.IC-th, 180C-. 'rGw 1
baa cured thousands and it Trill euro YpC it" yon try
ltThl3 invaluable rar-dicine is plertaant to the ta-r..';
oootSing. healing and Ftrt-ngihenins in its etlfcts; rc
tirelv,freo from ftI poisfjnous or deleterious drug
anl "perfectly harrojeps under all circumstAuoos. .
Certificates trorurnany prominent citizens or Sa
I Francisco accompany every bottle of
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