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: TOAVNOAXD COIXTY.
Home Mechanics A few days since our
attention has called to a couple of very
excellent freight wagons, made in this city,
which were passing by our office door, en
route for the mining regions. They were
in everyjparticular, to appearance, equal
to the best we have seen. It has always
been our pride to speak of borne mechan
ics ami knowing that those wagons must
have been made ia Oregon City we soon
found that they came from our home in
stitutions. We have twoestablishments
in this branch of industry here. One of
t'he--o we have but recently referred to,
that of Mr. John W. Lewis. The second
js not so large an establishment, but yet
the proprietors, Messrs. Smith & Mar
shall, do a large amount of work. On
Wednesday of this week we noticed a very
nice light wagon for two horses, standing
in the "shop door. eady for delivery to
the purchaser. Mr. A. J. Marshall, who
enjovs a good reputation as a mechanic,
does" the wood-work at this establishment,
and is able to toVn out one wagon per
week. The iron-work is done by Messrs.
Smith & Marshall, both practical workmen,
and thus, within themselves are engaged
iu a healthy trade. Our Portland neigh
bors will be obliged to look well to their
laurels, if thev dispose of any more stock
rtf this character in this vicinity our uie-
crianics are as good as those below, and
every article made in Oregon City is war
ranted. Deserve J!ecke. We have repeatedly
fctDown thut Oregon possesses more nat
ural gilts of wealth than any other part of
the whole world. W e have as often plead
ed for I'ivianders to improve of their op
portunities'but latterly all in vain. Port
land swears by the eterjlal not to engrave
prosperity upon her escutcheon, by any
nets ofpher'own. The Tualatin Plains
roud Company was a big farce. It was
like a Hash of powder in the open air, only
that the black spot on the sand even, can
not be Wix. L:it-e advices inform us that
a combination' of interests have been at
Inst effected between the- old steamship
Monopolies and the Anchor Line. Port
land might have prevented this, but then
the didn't. The stern of the Oregonhtn
will now have "San Francisco'' painted
upon it and her bills of lading will bear
the reservation as of old. to deliver goods
at thori.sk of the owner, at the ships tackle
in thcH'ulnrnbia river. Dig away at those
pnags Portland, but recollect in future,
when you have lost the golden opportu
nities that awaited your action to-day.
tiiat)you have no charges to lay to the
jre.s for noO directing your attention to
the right channel. Bon jour.
I Cocntv Court. On Mondav last Cotintv
Court convened at this city, for the April
" term lS'JT. Judge W. T. Matlock presiding,
j Dj)vid Cutting having declined to act as
I guardian Hbr W. W. Harper. C. E. Tracy
; was appointed instead. Other minor mat
J ters in Probate were disposed of. On
Tuesday the IJoan.l of Commissioners as
I setnbled. Several accounts against the
county were allowed, and bills drawn in
I .favor of the holders. J. W. Ryan was ap
I jointed constable for the precinct, of Ore
I gnu City. b T. T. Fisher resigned the
I office of county surveyor, and S. L. Camp-
bell was appointed to the place. On ap-
plication for an appropriation to repair
I the Deep creek bridge. 3.000 feet of lum
ber was awarded. rA new road was laid
nit from Eagon & Garrett's mill to the
meridian line south of Oregon City.
S27o.50 was remitted to the Oregon City
.Manufacturing Company for taxes over
paid, ia the assessment of C. O. Uoyjitou,
made in I Sfli.
Ovsteuviixe. Mr. J. L. Stout, former
ly this county, but late resident of Oys
terville, W. T , vailed upon us one day this
week. He informed us that Oysferville
Mill'ered considerably from the high tides
of the p9.st winter. Several families were
I left homeless, and houseless, on account
ot th42 singular freak of nature, but the
people are jrenerallv recovering from the
lo-ses they then sustained.
East Day of Gkace. Sheriff Eurns was
; worked hard to keep up with his orders
for receipts on the last day of grace for
taxes. We b-dieve the books are now
elosedoand delinquents will be obliged
Jo pav extra for their neglect. It seems
umple. but, it is a fact that procrastina
- Hon is such a thief. The wheels of gov
ernment wonlduc??g if men were not forc
: J to pay taxes when due.
; I TiEn.- On Friday evening last Mr. Wm.
; RIjcIwc1I who wasecently injured by
Ihe fall of a derrick at Oswego, died from
j lho 'tfects of those injuries. Mr. Elack
I pvell was from Encrland. he leaves here a
;h ue aim two ckiblren to mourn his un
.Inn ply fate. Friends of the family say
.t.iat the Iron Company were nrwparintr
f'f their attention to the unfortunate suf
ferer. 1 New Station-. Waconda will be made
fi station on the line of the State Telegraph
I'ompany. the present month, and an
iterator will I- ; at once sent tliere, or om
finyvH from among the citizens .?f tLat
I Contract; The Stgfe Telegraph Com
r:my have Contracted at this station, with
Vra. Miller & Tease, gr new pal sf
Kient to thoroughly repair the line be
.5?'n Vttri land and Salem. Similar con
tracts wg be made at other stations.
I::oxau.-Co1. Whitlessy, Superinten
frat of Construction of the State Tele
nipb; company, passed through the city
Tuesday last. He has not apoarentlV
-t a pound since last we seen him.
J nxrEnrriZon the 15th inst CoL
flossy will leave Portland with an ?x
: JjMmon. for the purpose ' of thornmrhlv
. -enthatpntanrt Yreka. California.
O -Ctoxe Bklow. Mai. Tl,nm-.,a rT..,..-
: .i!1? finn of rman A Pro., of this citv.
- "ie,lat steams,. f., cr- r.-
Uinc tr riii.,.' - i . ..
Vtti.il fn; o..' ".""M 11 mrger stock than
: i " " IIIU
pnng and summer trade.
s ftf A , r- . - A- -fcrherson,
?J? 'Tlst an1 A- XoUn of tbe
;S dnrins tb0'wcek- Both
:Sf;"Cnffe.1,Ubw of opei-on,
7 'v A I ull'r, on Main stroet
,i "l "'u liyan telivered
. .w,-,, mo assassin.
to the authorities of
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E OF THJi" Tl Dlr TL. , ,
if'.,, , a ue present term
Clackamas CocxTr-AauiciXTrRAL So
ciety. At the farmers meeting, held in
this city on the afternoon of Tuesday last,
April 2, 18G7, the '-Clackamas Count-Agricultural
Society" was organized by the
election of C. Y. Beaty President, Wm.
Elliott Vice President ; D. C. Ireland Sec
retary, and J. E. Italston Treasurer. A
committe of three cousisting of the Presi
dent, Secretary, and Maj. Ilinearson. were
appointed to draft a constitution and by
laws, to govern the organization. A
committee of fifteen persons, consisting
of Messrs. Win. P. Burns, Alfred MarquanT.
Geo. Graham, Joseph Young, Harrison
Wright, Arthur Warner, E. h. Lewolling,
Jesse Moreland, J. L. Barlow, J. Barstow'.
A. 11. Shipley, Mr. McCornell, Jos. Bingo,
Almon Holcomb and J. II. Lambert, were
appointed to solicit subscriptions from the
public, to- be paid into the Treasury of the
society on or befure June 1st lSb7,"to bet
ter enable the society to hold a Fair the
A committee of five was appointed con
sisting of -Messrs., Wm. Elliott. Christian
Dierdorff, J. L. Barlow, Joseph Young and
John Kruse, to whom was designated
the purpose of securing grounds upon
which the Fair may be held, and the com
mittee were instructed to report what
grounds could be purchased, leased or
The: President and Secretary were in
structed to correspond with parties in
Multnomah. Washington. Yamhill and
other counties, informing them of the or
ganization of this society, and asking the
co-operation of such in getting up the
First Annual Fair.
. The President, Vice President, and Sec
retary, were, appointed a committee to
procure funds due tb. c'onotv for such
purpose from the State Agricultural So-
eneral good feeling
exhibited, and the meeting adjourned to
reassemble on Wednesday, Msty 1st, 1807.
at twelve o'clock meridian, lo hear the
It is hoped that the people generally will
attend this meeting, and take an interest
in the movement.
A Healthy Place. An old Michigan
friend called in and chatted an hour or so
with us a few days since. Becounting ex
periences of the past and present, he re
marked that the principal thing which had
kept him in Oregon in the first place, was
the health of the country. It seems like a
small item, but it is of more real import
ance to the people than the war in Candia,
the turn which politics is likely to take,
or the tariff. It has been ascertained that
the mortality of Oregon ia considerable
less than that of any" other State in the
Union. It is very low in comparison to
that of older States. This might be ex
pected, some will say, because we have not
a population which can be regarded as
symmetrical. It is true that the greatest
number of deaths occur among the very
young and the very old, but wo Wve very
near our full proportion of children, and
the aged are -'numerous. Indeed we feel
tempted to say that "vve have our full pro
portion and that the population is really
as symmetrical as u'that of Ohio for in
stance. It would be strange, if with all
our advantages of location and climate,
the conditions favorable to longevity were
not superior here to .those in any other
part of the globe. If pure sir,' rapid
streams, bracing winds, and elevated posi
tions be at nil conducive to life, we think
Oregon is the spot, above all others where
we should look tor the greatest develop
ment of health and vigor. If the millions
who are struggling and sweating along the
crowded thoroughfares of Eastern and
European Emporiums could but substitute
this for that, they might live in a highly
satisfactory manner to a green old age.
Seasonable. Spring cometlt apace. It
had a momentary interruption by dullness
and high winds, but the grass has grown
taller and greener all the tni tinder the
momentum acquired from the previous
sunshine. A select party of enterprising
prospectors rambled over the bluffs yester
day and found trees in blossom, and the
old birds going over again with their gar
rulous courtships. They returned with
bouquets of forget-me-nots, etc., which
may be found here and there in pri
vate coverts. O, Spring is'coming ! De
lightful Spring S With its balmy breath,
its verdant fields. The hopeful farmer
drives the plow, and buds expand into
feathery bloom. The joyous Ilobin screams
and wakes us up" in the morning. The
melodious voice of the cow is once more
pathetic with maternal tenderness, and as
the clouds of April Hit oer the dreamy
landscape we say :
" Come, gentle Spring ; etherial mildness
City editors like those on the Orejoruan
can't enjoy such seasonable reflections.
The extent of their observation is limited
to narrow streets pshaw : we wouldn't
live where the only indication of coining
Spring is the everlasting noise of the organ
grindist ; the only sight that of the mer
cenary monkey who hops upon the gate
post, with bankruptcy in his countenance,
caring not the snap of his bony fingers for
A. Ex-Tailor, and retires with bits in his
ancient pocket ys his senior partner grityls
out the last wail of O-l-d D-o-g T-r:a-y P
Shirley r.s BunciiAnn. This case, taken
under advisement by Judge Shattuck at
tbe adjournment of Court, .was this week
decided iu favor of the Plaintiff. Shirjey.
It was a suit in chancery -which attracted
considerable attention during its hearing.
Shirley loaned Horsey certain money in
the year 18ti2 for which Horsey had prom
ised to execute a mortgage on his land
claim. Horsey sold to defendant Burchard
who agreed to become substituted to
Hersey and fulfil Ids contract. Burchard
afterwards refused to exc-ute the mort
gage and had the land conveyed to his
wife. The Court decided that the agree
ment was a specific lien upon the land,
and took preference of all except, purchas
ers in good faith, or parties who had ad
vanced money n tie land without knowl
edge of plaintiff's claim and had their lien
Glad to Rktchn. It once was the cus
tom of Oregonians to speak more favorably
of California than Oregon weather, alter
a visit to" our sister State. It now the con
trary, not that the weather is any different,
but that pur second sight'Ms better.
Mr. A. P. El felt of Portland, informs local
items that the present sunny days of Ore
gon discounts San Francisco. He ex
presses himself hugely on the jveathcr, and
is particularly plensed to be as home
All Fhek. In answer to tb
j- i. ?
"Am I right in the impression, which I
think I received from the Exteri'mse, that
Clackamas county has purchased all the
toll bridges, within her limits, and made
them free 1" wo repty : All bridges in this
county are open to the public free!
300,000 Moke. Farmers may be sure of
finding sale for their wool at Oregon City
this season. Mr. J. R. Ralston, our neigh
bor across the way, wishes to purchase
300,000 pounds. See advertisement.
Rev. Mr. Earle. Will preach in this city
on Tuesday next at lOi a. m., 2 r. .v., and
at 7 r. M,
Correction. We may have been in er
ror, in another article, with regard to the
indications a city daily editor has of the
coming of spring. We remembered now
that one of the surest and most reliable
evidences ice had of these things, while
serving the public of Portland, was the
appearance of the latest aud finest stvles
of spring clothing, etc.. exhibited by Bar
man Brothers, Kohn- & Ftehel, and such
firms who never fall behind the times. The
appearance of friend Ackerman. of this
city with his new advertisement, which all
will read in our paper to day. tended to
stir us to a recollection of these things.
Such merchants deserve the liberal pat
ronage they enjoy.
Removed. Prof. A. J. Rutjes has remov
ed, aud in future his music room will be
at the Cliff House. Mr. R. i3 perhaps as
well skilled in the art of music as any
teacher upc"n the Pacific coast, and being
about as successful as any upon that pride
of musical instruments the piano, we are
pleased to see him permanently located
in Oregon City. It is a credit to" the place
to have one like him here, and we hope he
may be well sustained, e.s in times past.
Resigned. The friends of Rev. P. S.
Knight, Pastor of the Congregational
Church, who have for months past listened
to his discourses, will regret to be inform
ed that he closes his labors bore to-morrow.
He has accepted a call and goes to Salem.
Appeals. The case of the State vs. J.
C. Mann, tried at the late term of the Cir
cuit Court for this county, has been ap
pealed to the Supreme Court. Also the
case of 1. Weiss vs. Samuel Smith. The
latter is taken up by the plaintiff, the
former by defendant.
Seeds, etc. We have long known Mr.
John O'Connor, No. 90 First street, Port
land, and have always found him to be a
fair, square, dealer." What lie says, he
w ill do, hence, we refer with pleasure to
his advertisement in another column.
Read it, aud govern your action accord
Prices Redlceo Mr. John Wilson, 127
Front street, Portland, who has an excel
lent reputation for fair dealing, has reduc
ed his prices to correspond with the San
Francisco market. Advertisement next
XeV Machinery. On Monday lasi an
other large lot of new machinery wa3 re
ceived by the Oregon City Manufacturing
Company. This about complets the- list,
and fills the large building.
Goes Below. Judge S. lluelat of this city
goes to California by the Continental te-day,
and will be absent for a few weeks. We wish
him a pleasant journey.
Salmon. Postmaster Kelly has our
thanks for a choice salmon, lie deals in
George PeaUody's Liberal Do
nations to the different Benevolent Institu
tions in the United States, hare gained for
him a world renowned name, of which he is
well worthy. Kohn & Fishel,-No. Ill Front
street; Portland have- also got a wide spread
reputation for selling the best of Cassiniere,
Beaver, and Bl-oadeloth suits;, .-Sb'Mt.f of all
kinds, and iu fact everything iu tbe line or
gentlemen's wear, for less money than any
other house on the' toast. Kohn fc Fishel
have just received a'n immense stock of the
best goods to be found, direct from manu
facturers, and everybody will be convinced
by calling at Xo 111 Front street, Portland,
that they well deserve .the reputation they
enj6r; of having the best and cheapest clotu
ing iu the State,
jMakked Down. Barman Uros.,
being aware that there is an impression in
the minds of the public that all kinds of clo
thing has greatly dpreeated in value with
in the lart few weeks, iiivite a!l who wish
evidence of the fact to call and "price" their
stock of line custom made c!othinggents'
furnishing goods, etc. You will then at once
perceive that Barman Brothers are the lead
ers of fashion in Oregoo ; also, that they
sell cheaper than any ether house in the
State. You will please remember that Bar
man Brothers ate the Agents of the Pacific
Manufactory. Remember, also, that they
have two stores in the city of Portland one
at the N. W. corner Morrison and FrDnt
streets, and one between Arrigoui's and the
ECONOMICAL AND USEFUL. TliOSe
who study the commendable viitue of econ
omy, and at the same time have an eye to the
beautiful, are sure to provide themselves
with Howe & Stevens' Family Dye Colors.
Thej constantly save the necessity of buying
MIS CELL A NEO US.
Established No. 90 j Established
1S57. First Street ( 1857.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Garden, Grass and Flower
All S?erh from this Establishment
Warranted Eresh and Genuine.
Foreign and Domestic Dried Fruits and
Foreign and Domestic Green do. do.
Vegetables and Eruit Pa.cked with
Care for Shipment.
NUTS Pea-nuts, Brazil-nuts, Wal-nuts,
Filberts and Almonds.
G ROCERIES-A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bought expressly for Family
E3f"AH of which are offered for cash at
cash prices. Orders solicited.
23 1 No. 00 First st., Portland Oregon.
A UCTIONAND COMMISSION
A. H. ISicIisirdson,
Corner of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
Of Real EsUte, GrocerU, General JfercJian-
dise and Jlorses,
A. B. Riciiabdsox, Auctioneer.
At Private Sale.
English Refined Edr a (id Bundle iron;
" Square and (Tela yewt Coal steel i
Hot sc S?e.t, Hie, Ra, a ws;
Screws, Fry-l'ane, Shtet Iron, 2L U. Iron;
A Large assortment of Groceries and Liquors.
A. Ii. JIichakdsox, Auctioneer.
ORE G OK CITY BUSINESS.
Fall and Winter Importation
1866 and 1867
AT THE OLV STAND,
Main Street, Oregon City,
J. R RALSTON.
JUST OPENING AND RE
CEIV1NG from San Francisco a
splendid assortment of
STAPLE & FANCY
The stock comprises all the
NEW STYLES IN DRESS GOODS.
Wool arid JJrorJie Shawl-, Long and Square
Wool Shawls, Cloaks, Jiaaqaes, Cloths, Cassi
mere, and Silk, Flannels, Linens, and Cot
tons in great iaHety.
Housekeeping Goods, Curtains, Fixtures,
Jfats, Rvgs, dLx, Actions and Fancy Goods.
Xiw Dress Triinhking'S Santl Itiiftons,
yew Heml yets and l)resses,yew Wool Xvbias,
JPiods, &'c, Bonnet and Trimming RibLons,
yew Embroideries and Laces, "Umbrellas,
I'ortmohieS,, French Corsets, ic , yew Bal
moral and Hoop Skirts.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
Boots ii? Shoes, Hits & Caps, Hardware, Gro
ceries, Paints. Oils, Boors, Sash Blinds, etc.,
etc., to whici the undersigned would invite the
attention- of the public in general, and the old
patrons of the house in particular.
Thisst'jck tvill be kej)t fully equal to that of
any, ana sates wutoe rnaae cneup.
J. R. RALSTON.
Oregon City, Nev. 10th, 1866. 3:ly.
Family Grocery Store !
Nearly opposite the Enterprise Office,
Main street, Oregon City.
E. D. KELLY
HAS IX STORE, IN GOOD ORDER,
and for sale, the following articles
Coffee, Japan Tea, Chocolate,
Tea, Black Tea, Corn-starch,
(Jolden syrup, Green Tea, Oswego do.,
Sugars, Crasb'd 8u$arS;tin-g!oss do.
Sahiraius, Bid verhs'd do., Chemical soap,
Packing salt, Cotfee do., Castile do.,
Dairy salt, Lemon syrup, Fancy-toilet do
Table salt, Flavering ext. Candles,
Cooking soda, Kerosene oil, Ground coffee,
Sal. sod?, Olive do,, Fariai,
Rope, ' Clothed Inns, Sardines,
Corn Meal, Cream tartar, Mackcrel,:
Brooms, Snittf; ' Co3-nshJ;
Blast'gpoTdr,Gun-CHp3, " Lead,
Valley Mills " 6-Slioaterba!Is,Sliot,
Pacific sportngo-tshooter ' White beans,
Yeast powd'rs, Vinegar, Buckets, .
Washing " Cheese, Pails,
Liquorish; Bora, . Nut-megs,
Hominy, Raisins,' Zante currents
Dried apples, Dried peachesSoda crackers,
Blueing. Prunes, Butter crack'rs
Rice, Maccaroni, Blacking,
TOBACCO' CANDIES NUTS
OF ?F f)F
All Kinds! All Kinds I All Kinds"!
With the foUoving artioles a splendid
STEEL ENGRAVING OF '
is obtained free gratis, with each article pur
Canned fruits, Oysters; Ori spices,
Cranberry see. Lobsters, Cinnamon;
Tomatoes, English pickl,CIotes;
Peaches, American do., Ginger;
Green corn, Pepper sauce, Mustard,
Jellies, Catsup, Pepper,
Block matches.Frr. ili mstardWoi c'stershire
&.c, &c, &c.
pCash, and one price to everybody. No
goods misrepresented to effect sales. A
child can buy as much for its money as any
other man. Money refunded where an article
fails to giv e satisfaction. Sink or swim, fair
dealing is our motto.
Ttly E. D. KELLY.
Cqrner of Main aod -Third streets,
THANKFUL FOR PASJT FAVORS, AND
hoping for a continuance of the same,
would invite the attention of the public to
his large stock now in sto.ee,, consisting .of
fancy aud staple
READY MADE CLOTHING,
AND MANY HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
BOOTS AND SIIOESr
HATS AND CAPS,
Groceries, Crockery ,Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wick's, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Being Handreds of Other Articles
Too Numerous to Mention!
Call and examine for yourself! I take
pleasure in showing goods, and customers
will find the articles at reasonable figures for
cash or produce. . . I. SELLING,
Corner etore, opposite tbe .
5:ly Tin and stove store;
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
CHARMAN & BROTHER!
STILL ON HAND!!
After Thirteen Years Experience !
IN BUSINESS IN THIS CITY !
Under the old Motto !
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR Nu
merous customers that thev have just
received from San Fraiicisco one of the larg
est and best selected slocks of goods ever
oU'ered iu this market, consisting of
DRY GOODS, CLOTIIIXG,
PAINTS, OILS, dc ,
Together with a splendid assortment
BOOTS AND SHOES !
Of every dascription, all of the best
quality and latest styles Also:
HATS AN'i) CAPS 1
Of all qualities and styles, besides
many other goods, too numerous to
Gents and Ladies Furnishing Goods
Kept Constantly on hand I
All of which we will sell at the very low
est price for cash, and we warrant satisfaction
Country Produce taken in exchange far Ubods!
Particular attention paid to Orders
From the Country !
Also; to Consignments of Goods, and prompt
Returns Made for the Same. !
It is our int?ntion to deal with those who
favor us with their trade, in such a manner
as to secure their confidence and continued
patronage. ITease give us a call at our new
store, ou Main street, Oreeon Cit"
2.1y CHARMAN & BRO.
KEROSENE Lanp, and Oil, kept con
stantly on hand by
CIIARMAy dc BRO.
DATEXT MEDICINES of all kinds, kept
X by CHARM Ay BRO.
TALL PAPER. Window Curtains and
Paper shades, kept by
CHARM Ay db BRO.
IT'ULL Assortment of rope, nails, etc. for
: sale by CHAPMAN dc BRO,
'"pUBS, Buckets. Wash-boards, Keeler's
JL seives, etc., CHARM Ay dc BRO.
A II PET, Matting, Rugs, Ac,
by UIIARMAKtk BRO.
C. W. POPE & Co.
Pomps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin; Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware !
Mai ti Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce tlist they keep cdnStatltly tin' hand a
good assortment of Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tightj. and otfcer stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
OFFERED AT PORTLAND PRICES !
Our assortment in tbis line is large, and
will be found to embrace almost any desired
pattern including the
BLACK KNIGHT, ic.
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Roofing and Jobbing ot every description
done to order, in a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be found a good assortment of Hard
ware, Wooden ware, etc.
C. W. POPE & CO.
Oregon City, Oct. 1806. Lly
r , ; t "
Mayer's MarKct !
IN MOSS' BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
Oregon City.- .
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL"
keep on band all the vari
eties of fresh and cured meats :
Corned Beef and Pork,
Bacon, Hams, Lttrd, Tatlotc,
d'Cf d'C, Sf'C.
A liberal share of patronage is- solicited;
as 1 expect to keep as good an assortment,
and of as good quality as the country affords,
which willbe delivered to purchasers at any
reasonable distance in the citv. .
L0GUS & ALBRIGHT,
EXCELSIOR MARKET !
Corner of Main and Fourth sts.,
Oregon City. Oregon,
aAKE this me.tbod of informing the pub
. lie that they keep eonstantly on hand
allkindsof fresh and salt raaats, such as
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL,
CORyED- B EPF, PICKLED- PORK,
And everything ejse, ito be found in their
line of business. LOGUS.& ALBRIGHT.
Oregon City, November 1, 1866. 2.Vy
OHEGOX CITY MIXING COMPANY.
Ns-tice is hereby given that an annual
meeting of the 1,Qckholde:-s of the above
named Company; will bo held at the office of
said Company in Oregon City, Clackamas
County, Oregon, .on .the
Second Tuesday ct April, 'A. D. 186T,
at the hour of ,dEe o'clock P. M. of said day,
for the purpose of (decking Directors for the
ensuing year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may jc.ame before it.
T. J. McCARVER. Secretary.
March 18th, 1867. 22-3
NOTICE IS IIE11EUY GIVEJf THAT
tftfe will be an annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Oregon. City Paper Man
ufacturing Company, at the Company s ofljee
iu Qregon City,
On the 18th day of April, 1867,
for tbe purpose of electing a Board of Di
rectors, and transact such other business a3
may be required. J. R. RALSTON,
Atum:- - rrext. V. Ci P.M. Co.
JAireerD-, MiLtEB, Secretary. (22 At
OF BANCROFT LIBRARY;
MIS CELL AN E O US.
Fiiifiaily Iye Colors
Patented October 13th, 1S63.
PERFECT FAST COLORS!
Black, Dark Green,
Black SiL Light Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Broicn, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink, ;
Light Brown, Purple,
Snvff Brown, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solferino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Light Eaten Drab.
fOR WYEIXG SILK,
Woolen" end" Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, Children's Clotbing,
And li Ivini or Wearing Apparel.
A Saving of Eighty per Cent.
For twenty-five cents you can color as
many goods as would otherwise cost five
times that sum. Taribus shades can be pro
duced from the same Dye. The process is
simple, and any one can use the Dye with
ferfect success. Directions ia English,
reach and German,, outside of ach pack
age. HOWE & STE VENS, ,
3u6 lij'oadtvav, Boston.
For sale by SMITH JL DAYISj Port
laud, Oregon. 21. ly
OILS AND WIND0WGLASS,
Varnishes, Brushes, Coal Oil
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, WICKS, Ac, Ac:
Muclpne On, Coiled Linseed Oil,
Lard Oil. Raw Linseed Oil,
Castor Oil. Neats-foot "
Polar Oil. China Nut Oil,
Turner's Oil, Sperm "
For sale at low rates bv
A. IIOLLUB & CO.,
501 and 503 Front street, N. W.cor. Wash
ington, San Francisco. 20.3m
HOMES FORJrlECHANinS !
qpiIERE ARK CITIES CROWDED TO
X overflowing vvith able Snl industrious
Mechanics, ho are scarcely Maintaining
themselves and families, ou accouut of this
concentration. In order to make room for
such people, and induce them to better their
condition, the undersigned, proprietor of
Clackamas County Oregon,
Offers to any -Mechanic, who will erect a
building for business at that place, dne lot of
land free, containing a half acre of ground.
Cuttingsville is situated 14 miles S.E. from
Oregon City, in Clackamas County; bn Milk
Creek. Has a good water power ah excel
lent Flouring Mill, ami at present dne' Etore.
Call on the premises, or address :
CHARLES CUTTING, Sp?r.,
Cuttingsville, Clackamas Coiiuty,
Astoria Lot Sale.
Mr. J. M. Bacctx is Agent at Oregon City
and Mr. C. P. Ferry is Agent at Portland
to issue certificates, or title bonds, and have
at their offices maps of the town.showing the
parcels or shares into which the property is
divided, and a photograph of a portion" of
the town, and of the cottage homestead which
constitutes the capital prize. Each purchas
er of a ticket will give to the Agen.t hit due
bill for the purchase money; payable when
he receives a deed for t!je property which he
shall draw. The distrioutiou is expected to
come off within two months, judging from
the rapidity with which the shares are being
taken qver a hundred having been taken iu
Astoria aloue in the last few days.
for mil particulars see f ourtn page
of this paper. 21. tf
Notice to Lemuel Scott.
"vrou are Hereby notified that
JL the Commissioner of the General Land
Office; under date of March 2d, lSGi, affirm
ed the decision of the Register and Receiver
of this Office, in the contested land case be
tween the County of.TamhUb-tbe heirs of
Joel Perkins and Lemuel 3c"ot jyiEh lieifs
of Man-Jane Soott ; dii'dyou will be allowed
sixty days frcm this date in which 0 le
your appeal from said decision.
Land Office, Orcsron Citv Oregon, March 28,
1S67. OWEN AAF'eT Register,
23.4wJ HENRY WARREN Receiver.
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARKENTINE
J. A. Falkinburg,
Captain GEORGE FLATELr
Will have immediate dispatch for HONO
LULU: For freight or passage, bavn ex
cellent accommodations, apply to
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.
Portland,. March 23, 18(57.
- A. J. MONROE,
Dealer in California, Vermont and
Italian Marbles, Obelisks f Monu
ments; Head and Foci-Stones,
SALEM : . - - OREGON.
3fAlso: Mantles and Furniture Marble
furnished to order. 13.8m
WE HAVE JUST PRINTED IN
good form, with clear type, npon
the best quality of paper, a full set of Justice's
Court blanks," which will be sold as low as
the same can be procured elsewhere in this
State. D. C- IRELAND.
Publisher Oregon City Enterprise.
FOR SALE. .
And a Good Dwelling House !
lit Oregon City.
22 Apply to JOHNSON AMcCOWN.
PROPERTY in OREGON CITY
ONE HOUSE AND TWO LOIS
Together with the household
mrA ami Vtirnifm'P
guuuo uuu " 1 1 ------
23.tfJ Apply 10
J. E. HURFORD.
For which the highest cash price will be-
"ttidby CHARMAN & BRO.
Oregon City, Mjirch 29, 1S67. C2g-tf
7 Inquira-at Selling's store, 1
r : a " 1
9uS:"r J- H. EPLER.
REDiyGTOy db ccrs COLUMN.
REDINGTON & COs
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
THIS YALUAB LEPl1 FPARATPN, CON
taining, in a highly -.concentrated form,
all the properties of the Jafnaica Ginger,, has
become one of the most popular domestic
remedies for all diseases of thi s'toiaaci an3
digestive organs. . , . -'
As & tonic it will be found iiTvaJuabicio all
persons recovering from , debility, whether
produced by fever or otherwise, for whilst it
imparts to the-system all the glow nd vigor
that can be produced by wine or bractfy, it fs
entirely free lrom the reactionary efiect3.that,
follo- the use of spintsof any kind. :'y .'
It is also an excel lent'-Teniedy for femiTes
who suffer from difficult menstruation, giving
almost in'mediate relief to the spasms that bo.
frequently aecompany that period.. -.
It gives immediate relief to pauses, duused
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also valuable as an
external application for Gout, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia etc. '. REDINGTON & CO.
6mar3o Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
"MARTHA WASHINGTON "
. HAIR RESTORER.
Trust none other, howe'er pleasant,
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Trv it always keep it present
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ilt will liecp the the Hair jsoft?
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that is expected of a genuine,
Good Hair Restorer.
REDINGTON- & Co.
Agents,0 San Francisco.
- -. . i
MARTBA WASHINGTON "
HAIR RESTORER " ;
I a wonder of the wprld, and stands abor.
comparison with any other article for thtrhair
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where. - Q
Are made from FRESU FRUITS. Each
bottle, holds twice as much as'any other
brand in the marker consequently they
are tb'e cheapest and the beet
USE NO OTHER. - .' . ; '
REDINGTON & Co.,
Agents for the Pacific Co-st.
TJtERINE GaTHOLICON. (f
If faithfully "uced according to directions will
cure every ease of Diabetes, and greatly miti
gate the troublesome- effects caused by a re
laxation of the outlet of the bladder. Olt is a
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diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and fo"
Female diseases i3 unequalled.
The Catholicon irtiifopmly cures Prolapsu
UterU Whites, all Irregularities of the Month
ly penOd, Suppression., Incontinence of urine
Bloating and Dropsical f swellings, and al -diseases
of pregnancy. The specific action o.
this rnedicina ia-Immediate and certain upon
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tients who have used the Graefenberg Compa
ny's Uterine Catholicon cannot sulheicnu
express their gratitude for the relief aftordea. ,
REDINGTON A Co.. Ayents,
416 and 41S Front street, San Francisco.
yyHY WILL YOUDELAY ?
We are sorry that thpre are
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it has been. proved by substan
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BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP
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those who neglcpt this, sure and
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REDINGTON t, Co., Agents, .
416 and 418 Fjront street, .,,
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