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TOW AM) COUNT V.
The Oswego Iiiox Works. Mr. Geo. II.
BeldQi recently gave an article upon the
Oswego IronCWorks of this county, which
contains some very interesting statistics.
Mr. Belden is superintendent of the works,
and conseqsnlly knows where.;! he
speaks. He says : S. Ladd. Esq.. is
President ofthe company, and among lfs
shareholder are numbered soige of
our best buMiioss meji, also m ban
Francisco and New York City. The
capital stock is S5;MUKK. This is the fir.
Bnvdunii furnace erected on the 1'acifiY
cof st. andis situated at Oswego, on the
lft bank of the Willamette river, eight
miles fouth of Portland, and in the heart
of a large iron ore disiriet. The beds of
i ore wLieu are iwi'ij
mifacienilV Ueve.up'.'U io fcci ui.i, ap-
in-oirnale!v. t!n-ir ami. unt, contain at
1 , i t l iu; ii i
K.'-wt two 'hundred 'id fifty thousand
(L'.V ton, a.id are from three-fourths
of a mile to two miles distant from the
furnace. The lands upon which the ore is
j,,!!!! I in large epiautities, is contracted to
the company, and is contiguous to the
' furnace property. The quiiity of ore is
approximately the same throughout the
entire VlUtriot around t furnace, and is
found under the same geological coridi
, tious on u lava bedrock, which overlies
the basalt, and is itself covered with de
tritus from the hisrher basaltic cliffs. an.Q
by gravel, clay and sand. The bedQnot
veins) are irregular in shape and depth ;
& generally flUmed at an angle ofQ-ight or
ten degrees, and seem to have been de
posited from oiiiuon in iheMrreguhir de
pressions of the lava. No iron lias been
found excent underlaid bv this lava a
poft and porous rock, easily worked by
pick al shovel. The stripping varies
from a few1 inches to ten and twelve feet ;
no drifting or'Smbering will, therefore, be
be nec.'ssary ; but the working of the inhte
Svdl be by open cuts. The grea!e.-;t(th"ick-n
"ss yet found in lb. beds is about ten
feet; though Ik' Is are known of probably
not less than thirty feet in cdo-e proximity
to those mo-t developed. The analysis by
Messrs. Ue!lS)gg tt 1 leu-ten. of San
Francisco, shows tlie ore to be(a)hvdrated
t-esoni o.wde ; it is as follow
So-qui-Oxyile ot iron. . . .
Moisture. ." ..
Sulphur uiid Phosphorus
. 1 l.oS "
. o.io "
Tutidf) . .
, vieldini; of. '57 t )
cent, ot iron. J he. company are building
u furnace (nearly completed) thirty-two
leet m HgH.t. with niy loot diameter of
boss's capable of Miudi.ing ',,'),) tons of
pig :ro:i per annum, with charcoal fuel.
v.i'.-i blast of two pounds per square
inch pros-tire. 'Ihe masonry i.Vtf basaltic
"'rock, massive, and rellectj jfreitr credit on
its bu.lder, Mr. (ieorgo 'f). Wilbur, ot
Sharon, Connecticut. The arrangement
of coal shed -, coal yards, casting house,
blast house, dam and Hume, and ail other
reijuisiic. are ofthe most convenient and
fcubstautial character ; and t'.'e whole es
tablishment will com pure most favorably
In every respect with the be.?t Connecticut
blast fura.vgj's, after which this one has
been modeied. Charcoal will be made on
the company's hind, and tiro Litis now re
sound w:l(ig)the chopping and blows of
scores of woodmen's axes, felling the large
tracts of timber. prepuiatoryQor coalmg
next spring, as early as our wet climate
Avill permit. The co.it ofthe coal will not
exceed Eastern prices, and so favorably
areGthe ore beds s.Tuated. that l.oo jl
ton will cover the cost of mining and de
livering the same at the furnace. Nature
has so thoroughly oxydued aad di-in-tegra'cd
the ore, and u is so free from ad
in.xiure with eanhy or oher foreign iu
gredieutsL.it little or no washing and
roast, ng will be ropiiro l to tit i for the
Invoice. Sand ting ojtera'ious will be com
menced bv July lot, i$o7.
-As our time was limited
hisueek, we failed to
tl of our old friends
when at P.'tlan
call uiiou sever;
, nmouT KSein
email wiu;se name is
above. I 'or not, calling Perry
1 suopos ; you icel too high
since you h.ive "moved to the ' citv'
V mu can at'A.rd to wea
upon i.e broker cor
good c'io.'s to call
er ot vV"asiiinton
friend lerrv. we
are perfectly well aware
man can call upon jou wuhoutiTJi
uanger ot oei ng ' faKon m.
have not yet risen above our humble
I ton iu set; we hope vou v ;il not do
too hijn knl to call. It would al'Onl us
iimidi iwure to drop hi and sit an hour
i one ofMhose TutSih easy chairs vou
keep, puif one ol' your pi inie llavauas. and
talk of matters ami things which trun-pired
win we were both poor of the influence
of money upon the human family, etc.,
and we promise to do so the next lime we
iiiy in Poland. By the way, Perry ha
taken the business of Iih oilieooont.ivlv
imo his own hands, and while we have
great respect for his late partner. Mr. To.-
iei , we can say w;
u suieiv iaat me i;
i . .-1 ...
retain its good name t
1 itoerally with ail with whoia t!tiiiro-
I'fietur lfs transactions to perform
Ci!oi.i-:i:.v ox tiii: Nicaragua Poutk. A
Xe'.v York dispatch of the 12th. atiu'ounces
the arrival of the Steamer S.m Franclsm
troia Ntcarai-u:-5th nassenrers from ,-,
r;i had brc
uud ti.ere were eight d.eaths during
voyage, live from chohQu. Among
f,.il':'.!,,t iiM , ..,....,.., 7.. IT.
.a.,.e. oi me ue.'.U :uiH'urs licv. Mr. j;irr
''" which, we are le.r to believe is intended
Uehael Fader f
-''0.i ',:,) (n
this Diocese, at 'Ijutte-
viiie. We beiie e hi
was very well Known
m this cttv. (
recently left for the East.
X Ou&rr.-Last week wTthel;fe
V ,'iiul tius of e4 Dl.y a famous farm horse.
It was interesting to read, and a similar
story iiii-ht be told of old Kit. a mare now
c.ti tae farm of our nQmi Samuel Miller.
ia;tvVnaty. old Kit came here with
Me lamily iu isou. and has le-loed to im
; rrove one ofthe linest farms in the State.
Stu- stai lives, and is resected for her
s good qualities.
x-oAKu.-Aswill be seen 1 adver
tement the celebrated Coltotcfotc.
v,m"" -Klt- -o:i,n;n IVarr.01
land, is oiTered fo;
c ThP oh
not lie allowe1 i.i i
o leave !;; St-- . i
omemour fanners or stock 'raiser,
in secure turn
AxoniKu Wnt:Ki..-Mr. 11. y. .hhY
r of Milwaukie. has applied for a patent f.,v
V ;l;lotlltr very comprehens'tSe water wheel
' Oregon ami especially 'his count v.s iioin
much ot late to protltice centralized power
and labor saving iui'dement.s.
Accwkxt. On Monday hWtoneoftlte
machiiKuckers in tlie woolen factory be?!
came sprung." and naturally tore thin"
jNouoay was hurt.eJuit the picker hadto
take a tnn to ttte Viti.,i-,t,, t ...y.
., .iiuiuuc JtUU II UiliS
. v. v. x x tie ottirslect of Oregon
T.(-r7m X.-. . ? ..w
f t r
M. Morton on la-t Yxv
-""f" u. v. ere nsf'i i... 11 r,
iy ev ening.
Sii.vix Enlarge. "We have decided upon
enlarging the Kxtk'ipkise. JJy the return
of the OriJf.am.me fiSm San Francisco, iu
case that certain (gutters are effected, we
shall do so within one month otherwise
it ma v be poslpol until the 27th day ofj
Aprifr Wherever tlie Extkiu'Rise is rPj
ceiveu it is (tyert thought of and the en
couragement bestowed upon us has stimu
lated us to make its pages larger. The
Keopie control me uesiinjes ot ue Kepub
rieiind the starting noint is in their mani
festations toward th'Otmao V linn. nnw-Q
issued tlie JJxteiu'Kisk three montfe at
first it was an experiment but .Qecess ha.s
been guaranteed. Subscribers who have
not paid will be furnished with receipts
upon application. We are not aTjisolutelv
in want of money, buwe would suggest
that it is always pleasant to have it on de
posit in case of need.
Fn;n:.ESoMKTiMK.s Lie. Last week an
item appeared in the Oregon news col
umns of this paper from the Columbia
ZY(5s which stated that the boats of the$
Oregon Steam Navigation Company had!
transported in lGf. from Portland to L'raa
t:i.(?CD7o,00 ) tons, and to Wallula 25.000
tons, m iking two hundred thousand tons
of frieght for the year. JThe statement
bears apparent falsity on itr face, but was
inserted without proper thought. Think
o: it: lue loiuj. aav have not boats to do
so large a busnu
i f - . . . . : 1 1 : . . . .
e a business. The-price of frieght
itilla is s30 tuiV this would ai-
to c ma una is .oo
low iSo.oO.OOO for transportation to that
point, and at ?S.i ton U Wallula $82.".
000 ; or $t,U75,00:i annum for freiglit
alone, which should enable the Coniiauy
to pay more handsome .dividends then they
do ut present. The aggregate, if placed
at tjM)0,j tons would probably be nearer
A Pn; (kx. The Orcjonian and Herald
both of Thursday, notice a big gun on the
wharf at Portland. The former paper
says it will be placed on board the steam
ship Orcioitkmwt' think, tins inmrolmhle
the latter paper was Wot aware of its
destination. 1 his reminds (to? that it is
about time that our citizens should inquire
the whereabouts of the gun donated by
the Secretary of War to Oregon City,
upon the recommendation of President
Lincoln, just previous to the assassination.
iilMi of the pieces taken from the Coiifed
ederates was given to us. but we have no
knowledge of its whereabouts. Will Sena
t jrs Wihnuns and Corbett please inform
us on the subiect.
WfcL Ixform::o. Messrs. Kohn & Fished
of the St. Louis clothing store, Portland.
are well m'ormed regarding the secret of
success. They not only realize the bone
Jits of primers" ink, but pay their bills
promptly without grumbling, and in addi
tion reward o pnnterwith some needed
article in their line of trade, besides all of
0vh:ch tney keep their word with their
customers. We are under obligations to
m my business firms of Portland, andli ive
great confidence in the integrity of such as
advertise liberally, no matter svhere they
may be located. Head over the business
columns of uy newspaper before pur
chasing goods, is advice we givorswhieh, if
followed (Cl;.)sely. will result
that it is well uummistjeved.
Sold Olt. We regret that Mr. O'Con
nor, for years past the popular host ofthe
What Cheer at Portland, has determined
ujn leaving the State. We a
pared to lose good men. '
e ill3r pro-
chequered times .and good men are scarce!"
was a favorite expression of our frieaid
Ford, and when a man like MrO'Conuor
put Is up stakes we think of it. We'mder
stand that the What Cheer has been dis
posed of, and in fact all of Mr. O'Connor's
real estate will be sold as soon as possible.
We trust that he may cast his lines iu
pleasant places in future.
Tiie Okkgox Branch Mint. We have it
from perfect!' reliable sources that the
Oregon branch mint, which was located at
tlie Dalles, has been changed to Milwaukee,
in this county. There can be no objection
to this change, for one reason at least :
viz the convenience of public. If a miner
has to go to Portland to deal, and his dust
is sent back to the Dalles for coinage,
what loss of time is there to have the
branch mint at Milwaukie. It is nearer to
Portland, au l there is a good McAdamized
road, two lines of steamers, and a tele
graph.Qonnecting the places.
P::i:soxal. We have had the pleasure
of meeting iu Oregon City Mr. Isaac Bar
man, senior partner in the firm of Barman
Pros.. Portland. Mr. B. was present at the.
imiugnratkm of the paper manufacturing,
and toofc-Cvith him to' Portland the first
products of the mill. He was tlie first tid-
v'ertr-er in the h.Ti:nri:'si;. and bemjr o&l
the most enierpriaing turn himself there
is no wonder thatlie is meeting with de
served success in his business pursuits.
.Jt sTtcti Cot kt. J. M. Moore Justice
Jan. 17th Lo7 S&to vs. Robert I'otter,
a saultand battery upon Harry Lambert,
lluelat for Prosecution, Johnson & Mc
Ciwn h,r de tense. Jury found defendant
gu.ity and recommended'him to the mercy
oi the Court. Citizetid contributed to pay
s. probably thinking that the as-
sau, t and battery was, justifiable in a moral
point of view if not legally.
Xitw Machixeky. Two set of cards, and
two spinning jacks, of the woolen factory's
new machinery, are now running. The
Orif amine brought additional machines,
which wall be set up immediately. The
Brownsville company have also received
some new machinery.
Oiikoo:; ParKii. "We have not been able,
for want of time, to visit the paper mill
this week. Everything is going on finely,
however, ami the machine is roiling out
wrapping paper of good quality, at a rate
which will more than supply dho demand
for Oregon, at prices reduced.
Loaded 'to the Gi'aris. The common
saying of "loaded to the guards,' would
strictly apply to the steamer Fannie Fatten
on Monday last, as .she was seen to enter
the Company's Brrsin at this city, from a
call at a few' towns iu the Valley of Ore
gon aoove us.
Poktland HniECTOKY 1SG7. M"Cormick,
of the Franklin Book Store, has presented
us with the Portland Directory for 1807.
It is the best volume yet issued, contains
a map of the city, and useful statistics for
overybi.dy. Walling & Co., printers,
Uamer A Co.. bnub-rs.
i ItAIRiK Fl.OODEI).-
reached this citvvfrom
The driver who
alem on Monday.
icports that French Prarie was difficult of
m nivnce of the heavv
moiS:' !l,n meUa "ows, which caused
moie than an ordiuary flood.
New UAUir. lhe 1. T. Company are
constructing a MwciA ,..!. c. .
uso at Milwaukie. principally in
the steamers of the lino betw.-.
' and I ortland.
i -----"uan ior tueir
en tnis city
-Tiie Taxxeu Tkocpk. Thes3
perfoned at Moss Hall in ibis city last
evening, gey are pretty good. This
evening 'we understand there will be a
second performance with a charge of
is Luke. T? n nrin,vr -
amous Sanitary sack of flour' - brought P
treasury of the CoftSmLssion over
Mo 000, is lying sick and in want at
Mockton Califorjiia. with a helpless
family dependent on him. leasuresor
his relief, however, iiave been initiated at
Lrooklyn. Alameda countv. bv the Execu
tive Committee of the Soldiers" Aid Society.
Tlie China Mail Eaiiquet.At the
China Mail Banquet at the Occidental Hotel,
San Frar.scico, to celebrate the departure of
the Cohnv.li for China, one of the speakers
remarked that Japan is now an unsealed
bo, and its commerce is open to all
Uarman Bros, store Portland Oregon is in
customers the very best bargains to be found
in the Stat e. Itemember next month thev
me Uiti ll lsatUil lines n-icn tn rivo
move nuo v augtin s Urick.
A UCTIONAND COMMISSION
Corner, of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real state. Groceries, General Merclian-
aide ana uornex.
.7 . 1 rr
XV E III
AND SATURDAY !
A. B. Kichabdsox, Auctioneer.
At Private Sale.
Eifjli-ift, J ie fined liar and Bundle iron;
" Square and Octaaon. Caatateel;
Rome Stors, 1'ia s, Eay.ix, "saws;
Screws, Fry-Ram, Sh ti Iron, R. G. Iron;
(if sort men t of Groceries and Liquors.
v. i j . HiciiAKusus, iv uet u Mieer.
: . &
A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEM-JT-Sl.
selves indebted to the firm of Wortman
&. Shppard, arc hereby notified that we have
sold out our entire business to Barlow &
Fuller, and e c ill attention to the fact that
we intend settling all our-standing aceoftnts
immediately. Come up promptly, gentlemen,
and save trouble. We may be found for the
next week, at the store of Mr. Wm. Barlow,
where, by calling, you will find your account
made out in fall and waiting to be receipted.
WORTMAN & SHEPPAUD.
Oregon City, January t'th, 1837. (12tf
FA JUL Y GROCERIES
Comprising in part
SUGARS! TEAS! COFFEE!
Canned Sauces ! Canned Ovsters !
AND CASE GOODS IX GENERAL !
Particular attention is tven to the
Country Trade, by which I am
enabled to furnish City
q Customers with a
Superior Quality of Butler, Fresh
Egfs, Poultry, etc.
iF By strict attention to the retail trade
only, I hone to merit a share of the public
patronage. (Store at the Post Olhce, Main
street, Oregon City. E. B. KELLY.
HIGGINS & GO'S
Home Manufactured Soap;
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1st, 1S07,
we will sell our Soap at the following
rates, for CASH, only :
Per 100 Boxes, or over, at $145 per Box.
50 1 50 "
25 " 1 55 " "
40 Bars, Gs lb. 3 20 " "
20 " Hi lb. 1 70 " "
""T7"E warrant our Soap to be equal to any
V V article that cau be imported, and su
neiiorto many brands that are offered iu
this market. HIGGIXS & CO.
I-.o. S Front street, I block north O. S. N.
Portland, January 1, 1807. U:y
0'DOR ! 0 B0R ! 0'EOR !
I warrant my C. OLDEN O'DOR to force a
beautiful set of Whiskers or Moustaches to
grow on the smoothest face in from five to
eight weeks. Also, hair restored on bald
heads iu eight weeks. Proved by the testi
monials of thousands. Price $1, or six for
3, und y per dozen. Sent to any part of
Cahfronia and U. S., sealed and postpaid, on
receipt of price. Address.
K. C. BRIGGS,
11.6m.) P. O. Drawer KK3, Chicago, III.
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Just P uhlixied '. belnff a Complete Guide for
the Greatest and Most Mamcal Re
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by ivJiu-h any one can realize
a ntetdy income of 3000
to VCo per annum.
EMPLOYMENT FOR EVERYBODY,
On HOW TO MAKE MOXKT;
Embracing Yabialle Recipes for Manufac
turers of Useful Articles in General
Demand, and from the sale of
which Liimon-te Fronts may
The Great Secrets revealed, I have col
lected with great care, labor, and with great
expense, many valuable recipes, which are
in themselves a splendid fortune to any one
with sufficient energy to push ahead. Most
of them have bet-n obtained from England,
France, and Germany, the cost of which
plac. them beyond the reach of the public,
while the others are entirely new and have
been purchased at a large cost, ranging
f:om -J5 to S,ooO each. A person of ordin
ary tact can make from $5 to lCper day,
in the manufacture aud sale of the articles,
by almost any of mv recipes. These articles
are sold at enormous profits. W by not
make them yourself? if not for sale, for your
own use. Even to roakfi them for your own
individual use would save you many dollars
a year, and materially add to tour beauty,
UEA.LTU, AXD WEALTH.
I will send this wonkerful Book by mail,
postpaid, to any post office of California and
U.S., .or 31. Address 1,
lLC-ra'! I. 0. Drawer 650?, Cbicag; lib.
f 0 REG OX CITY JiilSINESS.
11 IS T
.1 N E J I !
OLD STAMPING GROUND.
Wishes to inform hit) Old Friends,
and the public generally that he
has returned again .o Oregon
City, wherg has
JUST OPENED ONE cf TIIE LARGEST
STOCKS OF DRV GOODS !" c
Clothing! Boot and Shoes !
II ATS AND CAPS !
Also a large and well selected stock of
Please give me a call. No trouble to
'tSTl will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
Charman & Warner's eld brick store,
lyl) . Main St., Oregon City.
X. B. All kinds of Produce bouirht.
G. W. POPE & Co.
Pumps, Iiead Pipe, Hose, etc.
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware !
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly on hand a
ood assortment of Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tight, and otner stoves, suitable to this
marktt, which are being
OFFERED AT PORTLAND PRICES
Our assortment in this line is large, and
will be found to embrace almost any desired
pattern including the
WESTERN E iPIRE,
BLACK KNIGHT, ic.
Roofing and Jobbing ot every description
done to order, iu a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be found a good assortment of Hard
ware, Woodenware, etc.
C. W. POPE if CO.
Oregon Citj", Oct. 1SG3. I:ly
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES!
Boots and Shoes,
Hals and Caps,
Crockery and Glassware !
Provisions, Cutlery, Stationery J
Tob;tt'Co, lanki'C Nol:ons, una all
Itiiiils of Country Produce I
At the old stand on Main street, two
doors below the Woolen Factory
Oregon City I
rpUE PROPRIETOR bers leave to call
JL the attention of his old friends and cus
tomers, as well as new ones, to his extensive
assortment of goods, suitable to the require
ments of this market :
Wih find him supplied with Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Shovels, Spades, and Hoes, Salmon, etc.
Will find Saws, Hammers, Nails, and tools
of all kinds.
L UMBER MEX
Will fin Mili-suws, Cross-cut-saws axes, etc.
Will find Dress Goods, Trimmings, Hoops,
balmorals, shoes, and those beautiful buttons.-
Will find Toys, and EVER YliODY will fiud
something to charm the eye, to minister to
their wants, and afford them an opportunity
to spend their money to good advantage.
PARTIC ULA II A TTENTION
Given to the requirements of the Country
trade. facilities enable me to trade with
fai mers ou liberal principles. Please give
me a call, before purchasing elsewhere,
lyl) W-M. BARLOW.
C. M. KESTER,
(Main Street, Corner of Fourth,)
Oregon City Oregon.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER has established, at
JL Oregon City, a
Adapted to the purpose of Supplying
the Trade with
Oregon Manufactured Goods! !
Iu the line of
BEADY MADE CLOTHING !
-TTHICII WILL be furnished in Lots, at
V wholesale or retail, to suit customers.
Having facilities to keep employed from
Thirty to Forty Operatives !
All orders can be filled on short notice.
C. M. KESTER.
Oregon Ciy, October, 'G5. (ly
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
JL' AMILY- VXROCERY
Nearly opposite the Enterprise Office,
Maia street, Oregon City.
E. D. KELLY
HAS IX STORE. IN GOOD ORDER,
aud for sale, the following articles
Coffee, Japan Tea, Chocolate,
jl,e:b Biack Tea, Corn-starch,
Golden syrup, Green Tea, Oswego do..
Sugars, Crush' d sugar.Satiu-gloss do
Salaratus, Pulveriz'd do., Chemical soap,
Packing salt, Coffee do., Castile do.,
Dairy salt, Lemon svrup, I?ancv-tlet do
Table salt, Fiavering ext. Candles,
Cooking soda, Kerosene oil, Ground coffee,
"Sal. soda, Olive do., Earinf,
Rope, Clothes pius, Sardines,
Corn Meal, Cream tartar, Mackerel,
Brooms, Snuff, Cott-tish,
Blast V powd'r,Gi'.n-eaps, Lead,
Vallex Mills " 0-Shooterballs,Shot,
Pacific sportng")-Shooter " White beans,
Yeast powtf rs.Vmegar, Buckets,
Washing " Cheese, Pails.
Liquorish, Borax, Nutmegs,
Hominy, Raisins, Zante currents
Dried apples, Dried peaches, Soda crackers,
Blueing. Prunes, Butter crack' rs
Rice, Maccaroni, Blacking,
TOBACCCT CANDIES NUTS
of op or
All Kinds ! All Kinds ! All Kinds !
With the follo-vyig articles a splendid
STEEL ENGRAVING OF
is obtained free gratis, with each article pur
Canned fruits, Oysters, Gr. spices,
Cranberry see. Lobsters, Ciunamou,
Tomatoes, English pickls, Cloves,
Peaches, American do., Ginger,
"Green corn, Pepper sauce, Mustard,
Jellies, Catsup, Pepper,
Block niatcheSjFrench mstardWotc'stershire
&.c , &c, c.
5F"Cash, and one price to everybody. No
goods misrepresented to c-ffoct sales. A
child cau buy as much for its money as any
other man. Money refunded where an article
fads to give satisfaction. Sink or swim, fair
dealing is our motto.
7:lyJ E. D. KELLY.
HIGHLIT IMPORTANT !
To all wishing
HOUSE SHOEING, BLACK
Corner cf MA IN and SECOND streets,
Fakes this opportunity to inform his
old customers, and the public
in genera!, that he now
has on h-.in4
And other patterns which he warrants in
every particular to give satisfaction. The
Farming community are especially and
earnestly invited to call and see these im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All work in his line is done in the best
possible manner, and at such prices as must
suit all. In connection with the above de
partment of business the undersigned is also
prepared to manufacture
Wagons and Carriages of every kind!
in point of style and durability
EQUAL TO A X Y IJIPOKTED!
Having constantly on hand forsale a large
assortment of material, consisting iu part of
WAG OX TIMBER,
IRON, STEEL, ETC.,
The proprietor is
Enabled to fill all Orders!
For such Articles on
The Most Favorable Terms.
Ail work from this establishment,
and all material sold on order, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LEWIS.
Oregon Citv. IW- l.tfirttl. l:ly
AVt-si Sitle Dluiu Street,
Oregon City Oregon.
HAYING REMOYED INTO M'
I am now prepared to serve
GENTLEMEN AND LADIES,
Oil PRIVATE PARTIES AND CALLS,
WITH OYSTER SUPPERS !
On short notice.
I would also inform the public that I
still continue the manufacture of Bread.
Pies, Cakes, Pilot Bread, Boston, Butter,
JSurar and .Soda Crackers, etc. In addition
to "which 1 will keep constantly on baud
a large stock of tiie best staple and family
groceries, provisions, etc.
l:lyj L. DILLER.
Oregon City M'f'g' Co. Notice.
DP. THOMPSON ESQ., HAYING RE-
tired from the Managing Agency,
all Business Communications will be ad
dressed to R. JACOB, Managing Agent.
President O. C. M'f 'g Co.
Oregon City, January 1st, lSt7. 11 ;4w
EXCELSIOR SODA WOIiESl
UALLAIID & PIHLUPS, Proprietors.
Hue Brandies, English Ale fc Porter, CJiflm
pagne Cider, Bock Ecer, dtc.
ALSO, Manufacturers of all kinds of Syr
ups, Soda Water and Ginger Pop.
Orders for English Ale and Porter filled
in bulk or by the case. L'i:"y
JAS. L. DALY. W.- S. STEVEN'S.
DALY & STEVENS.
Real Estate Brokers, Collectors, and
OJice First floor Vaughn's brick, corner of
"Morrison and Front streets, Portland, O.
Particular attention given to the ad
justment of accounts. Legal and other doc-
umcnts transcribed at short notice. (12tf
O r? KG ON CITY B USINESS.
CHARMAN & BROTHER !
STILL OX II A N iyi
After TMrteen Years Experience !
IN BUSINESS IN THIS CITY !
. Under the old Motto !
EG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR Nu
merous customers that they have iust
i San Francisco one of the largos
selected stocks of goods everf
esi ana oest selected stocks ot gooes
onerea m ttus market, consisting ot
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
GROCERIES, HARD WARE,
PAINTS, OILS, d-c ,
Together with a splendid assortment
DOOTS AND SHOES !
Of every d?scription, all of the best
quajity and latest styles Also:
HATS AND CAPS !
Of all qualities and styles, besides
many other goods, too numerous to
Gents and Ladies Furnishing Goods
Kept Constantly on hand !
All of which we will sell at the very low
est price for cash, and we warrant satisfaction
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods'
i Particular attention paid to Orders
From ihe Country !
Also; to Consignments cf Goods, and prompt
Returns J lade for the Same ! O
It is our intention to deal with those who
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
store, ou Main street. Oregon Cit r.
2.1y CHARMAN & BRO.
I7"EROSENE Lamps, and Oil, kept con
X. stuntly on hand bv
CHAPMAN & PRO,
jF)ATEX T MEDICINES of all kinds, kept
1 by CHARMAN d' PRO.
TALL PAPER. Window Curtains and
Paper shades, kept by
CHARMAN t- PRO.
ITULL Assortment of rope, nails, etc. for
J sale by CHARMAN if- PRO,
ryUUH, Buckets. Wash-boards, Keeler's
X seives, etc., CHARMAN PRO.
ARRET, Matting, Rug, Ac,
by CHA RMAN c& PR O.
Corner of Main
and Third streets,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAYORS, AND
hoping for a continuance of the same,
would invite the attention of the public to
his large stock now in store, consisting of
fancy and staple
READY MADE CLOTHING,
AND MANY HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Groceries, Crockery, Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Being Hundreds of Other Articles!
Too Xujnerous io Mention!
Call and examine for yourself. I take
pleasure in showiug goods, and customers
will find the articles at reasonable figures for
cash or produce. I. SELLING,
Corner store, opposite the
5:ly Tin and stove store.
Fall and Winter Importation
18GG and 1867
AT TIIE OLD STAXD,
Main street, Gregn City,
J. R. RALSTON.
JUST OP EX IX G AND RE
CEIVIXG from San Francisco a
splendid assortment of
STAPLE & FANCY
The stock comprises all the
NEW STYLES IN DRESS GOODS.
Wool and ProchS Shaicls, Long and Square
Wool Shawls, Cloaks, Basques, 'Chths, C'assi
mere, and Silks, Flannels, Limns, and Cot
tons in great variety.
Housekeeping Goods, Curtains, Fixtures,
Mats, Rugs, dec, Motions and Fancy Goods.
JVew Drt j-s Trimuiijigs ami IliUtous,
New Head Nets and Presses, New Wool Nubias,
Hoods, etc., Pon.net and Trimming Ribbons,
New Embroideries and Laces, Umbrellas,
Portmonies, French Corsets, eke , Neio BaL
moral and Hoop Skirts.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Coeds.
Roots l- Shoes, Hats cf- Caps, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints. Oils, Doors, Sash Blinds, etc.,
etc., to which the undersigned would invite the
attention of the public in general, and the old
patrons of the house in particular.
ThU stock tcill be kept fully equal to that cf
any, and sales will be made cheap.
J. R. RALSTON.
Oregon City, Nev. 10th, 18G3. 8;ly.
LASKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Neatly printed at th? Enterprise office.
Executor's Sale of Real Estate.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
X pursuance of the order of the County
ouri oi LaacKamas countv, State ot Oregon,
made on the Sth day of Ja'nuarv, A. D. 1867,
in the matter of the estate of Y.'ilham Arthur
senior, deceased, the undersigned executor
of said estate, will sell at Public Auction, to
the highest bidder, in U. S. gold or silver
coin, iu one parcel, and subject to confirma
tion by said Couutjr Court, on
Saturday ihe lG't day of February,
A. I). 1807, atoue o'clk P. M., at the Court
House door in Oregon City, Clackamas coun
ty, Oregon, all the right, title and interest
of said testator at.the timQjf his death, and
all the right, tilkrand interest that the said
estate has by operation of law. or otherwise.
acquired, other than or addition to that of thvj
said testator at thelime of bis death, in and
to all tiiat lot, pieceSsr parcel of land situate.
flying and being in said county of Clackamas
and described as follows, to-wit : Being the
northerly half of the following Qiescribed
piece or parcel of laud situate in" sections IT,
IS, 19 and 2 in Township 2, South range 5,
East of the Willamette meridian. beinr claim
and more particularly described bv notifi
cation No. G'J20 on tile at the Land Office at
(J) Oregon City, as follows to wit : Commenc
ing at a point 20. to Chains East of the S. YV
corner of section 13, in Township 2, South
range 3, East of the Willamette meridian.
Thence running South 11 30' West 58. 50
Thenca South 78 30'
" North 13
" North 8
" North S"
" South 22 SO'
South 57 30'
South 7 SO'.
South 11" SO'
to the place of beeinniijs. the entire tract
containing 027 30-lOd (Seres ; the part to be
soldGfceing the part heretofore set apart iu
the Land Otiice at Oregon City to said Wil
liam Arthur senior, deceased, ;his part of
said donation land claim, and containing 313.
Os-lOo acres, together with all the tenements
tUjjreou, and appurtenances thereunto apper
taining. Terms of sale one-fourth of the
purchase money to be paid on day of sale, in
coin. Balance (three-fourths) with interest,
to be paid onoyear from day Orsale, in coin
- payment to oesecured bv rnortgage on the
land! q3 A."F HEDGES,
Executor of the last tH and tcsment of
WilliawjArthur senior, deceased. (otli
Administrator's Sale 6? Real Estate.
"VTOTICE IS UEilKiiY GIVEN THAT IN"
JLl pursuance ofau order of the Judge of
the County Court iu and for the county of
Clackamas and State of Oregon, made and
entered on the Record on the Sth day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1G7, I will proceed to sell at
auction for cash, in gold or silver coin, ou
Saturday the 9l'i defif of Febniary,
A. I). 1S07, at the Court House door in
Oregon City, Clackamas county, Oregon,
aforesi, the following described tract
of land belonging to the estate of Thomas
Johnson, deceased, to wit : Beginning at
the north east corner of claim No. "40," in
Township 3, South Ratine two (2) East as
designated in maps of United StattW Sur
veys ; thence along the said North boundary
of said claim 36 12-100 chains, theuce South
42" 15' West 23 chains, thence 47' 45' East
27 80-100 chains to fKb East boundary of said
claim, theuce alo said East boundary
North 42v 15' East 40 27-100 chains, thenco
North 2 50-100 chains to the place of begin
ning, containing 100 acres more or less, to
gether with all the improvements theroa
subject to the approval ofthe County Court.
F. O. McCOWN,
of the estate of Thomas
Jan. 'Jth, 1S'J7.
BY VIRTUE OP AN EXECUTION issued
out of the Circuit Cot of the State of
Oregon for the county of Clackamas, to mo
directed, and in favor of S. W. Moss, and
against E. I). Jones, for the sum of one thou
sand sixty-five dollars and filly cents, and in
terests and costs, I have, this, 7th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1S67, levied on all Ue right, titlo
and interest of said E. D. Jones, iu and to
the following tract or parcel of laud : Sec
tion 10, township 2 south, Range 2 east, and
bounded as follows: (to-w) : commencing
at the south west corner of section 10, thenco
north oa section line forty-five chains aud
seventy-one and three-sevenths links, 45 71
3-7 j, to a stake being the north-west corner
of said tract, thence east thirty-five chains,
35 J to a stake being the north-east corner of
said tract, theuce south forty-live chains and
seventy-one and three sevenths links, 45 7i
3-7 to the south line of section 10, thenco
west on saidQme thiitv-five chains, to the
place of beginning, containing one hundred
and sixty acres, and on
Saturday the 0th day of February,
A. D. 1SG7, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M., at
the Court House door, in said County and
State, I will sell the same, at public auction,
to the highest bidder, to satisfy said execu--tion,
interest and costs.
w:.i. P. BURNS,
Sheriff of Clackamas County.
January 7th, 1SG7. f!2Cr
NOTICE TO WALLACE GATES.
OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
I have entered at the Land OlMce at
Oregon City, Oregon, under the provisions
ofthe Homestead "Law, the Lots Nos. 2, 3, 4
and 5 of sec. 12, in T. 1, S. R. 2 E. Lot No.
2 of sec. 7, aud Lots Nos. 4, 5 and 6 of sec.
LS, T. 1, S. K. 3 E., whiii entry is in con
flict with your pre-emption filing, and that I
will on the Gth day ot Fcbrury v4867, at fcho
hour ot one o clock: p. m., produce testimony
ai said Land Otiice to show (that yon have
forfeited your right to said tract of land by
abaudomug the same.
JOHN C. CLARK.
January 3, 13r,7. Jdlw
- ' G)
Notice to James Crim. w
HENRY SNYDER having entered atGW
olhce, as a pre-emption right, the south
east quar ter of sec. 1'J town 3, south range 1
east, which entry is in conflict with your pre
emption filing of July tth, 1359, ana our de
cision allowing said entry having been af
firmed by the Commissioner of the Geueral
Land olhce under date of October 27th, 1866,
you are hereby notified that you will be al
lowed thirty days from this date to appeal
from said decisiou, if you desire to do so.
Land Otiice, Oregon Citv, Dec. 27th, 1866.
OWExN WADE, Register.
9:4wJ HENRY WARREN, R&ceiver,
Valuable Land forSsale,
-4 rf ACRES situated on the East side of
1UU the Willamette river, 2 1-2 miles
below Oregon City, and nearly opposite the
ne.v Iron Works. Also :
U - C ACRES adjoining Oregon City
X-1 on the south, and:
87 ACRES lying north east, and adjoining
4 the Oregon City Claim. Also :
Two Desirable Lots
for residences, with newly built dwelling
houses thereon, situated iu Oregon Citv,
Any and all of the above tracts of laud can,
be purchased on easv terms, bv applying to
7:3m ABEL EUDY,
Or Johnson &, McUown, Oregon City-
WOOD ! V00D ! WOOD ! WOOD
WINTER ! WINTER !
JAMES H. GIST IS PREPARED TO DE
liver Hard Wood, Dry Fir Wood an4
Bark, to order jwid warrant satisfaction. Or
ders left at Smrru &. Marshall's shop prompt-?
ly filled. JAMES II. GIST.
Oregon City, December 1st, !S6. 6tf
JOOD WANTED. Cord Wood takeq
i in payment of Subscriptions to tho
Oregon Citt Exterprjse. Delivered at tba
office, or on the bluff, corner of Center end
i Seventh Etrtets.