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'--T ,Q, V AND C Ot STY.
-yi t..rr rtil. V U1
i of the State seem to re.er
n 7," t0 tbo advancement of their re
.... the matter of new
ipec&vc ''o- ;0nCitv claims many such
boil"?-": b0vc whatoas had twelve
jver a 11 11 rj.tl(1 nc- residence built for
non& nf Main and Sixth
" rt I.ivP 'IV. LVi"1- "
ivt to attract; our
itt-Xs ' wn st vie. 21 bv 2ft
! -i" 1.7 '
cries in height,
;r. It is finished in the best style
Tint asoodas could possibly be
SSffrM -hton of this city was the archi--vt'
builder. The next in order iz the
Y , o" Mr. Ceorge La Iloquo, on
'c3.v ,; ; 'J : h cort. s-t.fioo. This is
" rcet. nui -u 1 ; ,
T ,:,;.ir to the one above described,
lift e hovonu tne city
Sr lArotedsivlc-aS icet square
ll a v i i - . .
.i t.A- U'llHltiff.l.
P?lJ; r -crce lings twelve feet, upper
W 1,J U ' . tt nn;t nf eonveni-
, .ttsi...-. .ii.rf ii e
"f,.,wk,wli tliis hou1 H final to any
It cost not far short ol
?J t mvc will refer to a fine residence
alnir. built for Mr. John Mnler of
fiiiu of Miller it Sua! tuck, at a cost of
Kor !.. Mr. Thomas Miller fcu
fijiait a residence oer street at a
f i Pi -,f .,m d t,that of Mr. John Mil
r S 'i is Jilur style to that of
fe4 Me!-lniin. Mr. A in. ftingcr, Mr.
'f'.Ve'theiston, and Mr. John Myers,
at about t!ie
isWeac'a built upoiio'
L.nIt:D (,,! residences.
S:;;rco,tof.?L'0 each. Mr. Broug'a
process of erection (also upon
fcbiuir.) a really tine structnre-stnet.y
Seakiau' P-'-hic tyle. Tins will cost
oal Xo return to tuo lower
portion of the cif? we may enumerate resi
Lneeshniltfur Mr. h- J? Keney;I)avu
amltb J.-dul llchram. Robert Ga.iheld
rt4H:miUi -all neat and varying m
rtc4 fr.-.m $I.H!"0to l-OOO each. Ihe
vearrrrvious Mr. W. W. liuek built a tine
residence at a est of about SVdK) ; Rev.
M. JJaeon. Jolm .
W. Uandall, James
"Wool Vv'e are informed that the state
ment that the Brownsville mills were pay
ing 23 cents "t lb. for wool does not apply
to the approaching clip, but was for extra
of the last year's clip. It is considered
donbtful where buyers can ofier above the
average of twenty cents p ib. Appropos
to this question, we have a few suggestions
to olfer tor the benefit of the wool grower:
Very much Oregon wool is scarcely merch
antable on account of the condition it is
in when put upon the market, that other
wise would command round figures. The
season is now close upon us, and we trust
a few hints may not be amiss. Many farm
ers, in shearing, break the fleece more than
they should, which reduces the value of
the wool broken wool of the same quali
ty and condition always being of less value
than fleece. Another error, too common,
is in ' doing up" fleeces icrong side out.
After the fleece is sheared it should be
spread upon a board, or, it clean, the
ground, the side cut with the shears down
wards ; then double the sides in and roll
from each end to the center, and tie with
two or three good strings thus you get
the best part of the fleece outside and the
quality of the wool is not only more read
ily ascertained, b:it it is a great saving to
the producer, and the manufacturer. An
other bad practice is in the handling of
wool, in dirty places. It should be kept
as free as possible from hay, straw, chips,
shavings, feathers, etc., etc. Thousands of
dollars are uselessly wasted, from inatten
tion to this particular. It can be easily
avoided by very little care.
p S k'jii'dtt. fo!m
Dolsli.rvnis .(.rev. and others caused to
bo built the same year -each one. Mr.
PSmel Harvev three, and Abel Eudy two.
resiliences, coaling uoni
all for Mi-ivaie
$800:t' -d.S'.K) each.
T hese i m p ro v em e n ts
do not inrlu'le the Otul llouse.raper .vim.
of ri-r;i;;'s Transportation Company's
Work-, which occiwred in the saiee pi-riod,
oud"t in the aggregate about&'l 00.000.
v.y.n Uo.U). At a meeting
.ekiioQers of the I'ortland and
of tb- s
MMAdamized i;wiil, held at the
Lauo::, L-vnoiiEus, axd Capital. We
commend to the perusal of thoughtful
readcrs.a communication headed as above,
which will appear next week. Lahrador
is a mail of experience, and knows whereof
he speaks. We invite correspondence on
this side of this important question but
do not wish to hear from uni; who favor
the system of Chinese ?.'bor. Their cause
is not worth hearing and for one, this
paper will not listen to them nor advance
their damnable schemes by even admit
ting rebutting evidence. Our advice to
laboring white men throughout Oregon is
to organize, prepare for the tight which is
inevitable. lie patient and firm. Do not
encourage trifling strikers, but prepare to
protect yourselves. Let us not wait as
they did in our sister State, until capital
ists get the advantage in every particular.
Organize now, as you value your time, and
would not be lowered to the level of the
abominable trash which is being sent
hither -and thither throughout the land all
Editor Enterprise :
In your issue of the 20th inst., I notice a
short article on the coming city election,
in which there is a suggestion that it might
be well to disregard politics and fill the
various offices with our best men, both
political parties concurring therein. Al
low me to say that I heartily endorse the
I am a Unnn man. and have voted the
Republican ticket ever since the organiza
tion of the party, and expect to vote it iu
all political contests that may arise, so
long as the party adheres to its true prin
ciples. ' But city officers cannot, by means
of such offices, exert a political influence
beyond that which they possess as private
individuals. No action that they may take
can or will have any influence on county,
Stale, or National politics. But the city
election is and should be more like a family
arrangement than a field for political con
test, and the officers elected should be
chosen with a view to the general good of
the entire mass of the town.
If this view of the situation is correct,
and meets with approbation of a majority
of our citizens, w hy not call a meeting
and invite all parties to participate. And
at such meeting let such parties be nomi
nated for the various offices as the public
may desire for that purpose.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT !
To all icishing
null' M'Nise on rvuui't iv ias;, uirecois
VCfO elected for the ensuing year as fol
oWf: I- M.rftarr. President of the Hoard,
aridK N'. Arrigoui and J. C Leonard co
bperatiMs. We learned from private
kttiiTes that it was determined to put the
road through to Oswego, at an earlv day,
provided persons as deeply interested as
JltoKoad Company would hike part in it.
TheTo.td should be ex'en'Ted this city,
tiivt V o believe it would be if concert of
kictid O that effect was had. Then ex
tctut it "it to Salem, and until a vailey
railfoad cm be (ifiv.lt it will be as good a
tiring as any of us should desire in tli-e line
of a.; thoroughfare. Jf Multnomah count'
.trouJJ abandon the parallel count r road,
and' then Clackamas county put her !
shoil'd. . to the wheel, we might have a
witnW route for vehicles through this
I TjJB OilKi-ON ClTV MjyaTACTCKIXG Co.m-
PAXJ". To-day the annual meeting of
theiiiareholders in the Oregon CihoManu-
facin'ing Company will be held in this
city!..:- t!e election of a Board of Direc
tors! 'lr e-i';snirg year. For some unac
cpaiitable cause, of late Oregon City fab
Tieilmve nottood veil in the markets.
Iltijnt because tire goods are not mer
char.:a!i!e. as we believe no better quality
fj)f)'itlies were ever made from wool than
Ihoie now being turned out by Mr. J. T.
tWofdey. We believe that Mr. Wortley
i.ia4a 'vrrfair reputation before coming
itoQ.vgoa City, and the products of his
skill since here sho9.' no positive evidences
of hi- tailing behind other factories, while
fee lias here increased facilities, beyer ma
chittery, and avooI from the same shee;.
We hope the Directors will investigate this
I fi!E .Ktf KotTES. V.'e presume that
Salmon-. Mr. II B. Kelley of this city
has captured, from time to time of the
present season's run. some of the finest
salmon trout we have ever seen. His new
market is in the stand lately occupied by
K. Fay no. opposite the Fost Office. These
trout undoubtedly left 44 for Eugene City
ami ,Spriug'jeld.:; when they started from
old ocean, but the insurmountable barrier
at this place, consisting of sundry gill-nets
and a precipitous cliff, prevent many of
them frotn going "on in their native ele
ment. Kelley, with that usual character
istic of his to accommodate, takes the fish
out of the water and forwards them on by
steamer. About one hundred went up in
this way on Monday last.
Editor Enterprise :
I see by the Enterprise of last Saturday
that you favor a ticket composed of men
of all parties for the approaching city
election. I will state that the Union men
of this city have heretofore made proposi
tions of that kind, and 1 would suggest
that if any such arrangement is wanted to
let it come from the Democratic camp. I
do not wish to be understood as doubting
but that you may consider the idea a good
one, yet, speaking as a man who stood by
the Union party in its darkest hours, I am
not now willing to concede that the party
is incapable of sustaining itself, and of
governing even our own quiet city on the
principles of equal and exact justice to all
"We think Rad. is mistaken in his idea
that the suggestion offered in these col
umns tended to any such admissions as he
has imputed. It is optional with the pub
lic of Oregon City, to do what they deem
right and proper in the premises. Iu case
a ticket such as was proposed could be
made iu harmony, we would be bound to
stand by it but if not, then fight it out on
the old line.
Falnkul Acc.dknt. We are pained to
record a sad accident which befel Air.
Arthur Warner, at his farm east of this
city on Saturday evening last. It appears
that Air. Warner, and a man in his employ,
were engaged in splitting t mber, when
Mr. W.s head was accidentally struck by
the blade of an axe in the hands of the em
ployee, badly fracturing the skull. Dr.
Barclay was summoned, and as speedily
as possible dressed the wound, but it was
understood to be a doubtful case, yet we
are pleased to state that yesterday Mr.
Warner was much easier, and seemed like
lv to recover.
City Fixanves. We have received too
late for insertion this week, the annual re
port of the Finance Committee of the City
Council. There is a surplus in the treas
ury ot $2,420.20 to the school fund. The
debt of the city at the present time is
Sl,2y.04-. The indebtedness at the com
mencement of the fiscal year was $2,761.38.
Showing a considerable reduction. The
debt would have been reduced much more,
had it not have been for extraordinary ex
penses, incurred in the collection ot city
taxes. The full report will appear next
nORSE SHOEING, BLACK
SMITHING, IRON, ETC.
John W. Lewis,
Garner of MAlKand SECOXD streets,
Takes this opportunity to inform his
old customers, and the public
in general, that he now
has on hand
And other patterns which he warrants iu
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 bis 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
IVagons and Carriages of every kind!
in point ot style and durability
EQUAL TO AXY IMPORTED.'
Having constantly on hand forsale a large
assortment of material, consisting in part of
IRON, STEEL. ETC.,
The proprietor is
Enabled to fill all Orders !
lor sueJt, Articles on
The Most Favorable Terms.
JCgr All work from this establishment,
and all material sold on order; is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LEWIS.
Oregon City. De 1 . 1 ftfirt. l:ly
CITY BAKERY 2
21 A IX STREET, OEEGOX CITY.
For the Latest Sfylo s
OF GENTS' CLOTHING ! I
Go to AcA-trman's ! I
Corner of Main and Third streets,
4 x- r
18 6 7
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, AND
honinz for a continuance nf thA sumo
would invite the attention of the public to Wishes to inform his Old FrIEXDS,
" o.ull) vvuj.cu! ! nna ne rinri in mnprii v t hot ho
- - f - J - " w
time contracts have been
warded to bidders for canwi'ng the United
Static M,;ils to Lebanon, on routes Xo.
I5,l-!. and I-,12S. The foi
? from Ori'iron th'v via Cultin
iTidingj. .SilverkO. Sublimity, and Scio. to
I LeHtmniiv) The latk r route is from i'ort-
iiier route is
I had rsD I'nion School iiO so.
fteri (hittinu'sville and Glad Tidings, to
j-SttfiTtoii. It been snggt3t?d that the
3)f:mment did not know what it was
labwit when those routes were thus lo
.jaJ$.l. They ran over the same road a
; great pni-t of the distance, whereas, there
is.'cLiiJQ of country yet left out entirely.
I some person who is among those left
0 j oul make known the wants of his com
.iuiyiiy to us.
Artists rx TnVx. We have lately had
in Oregon City nearly all the arttists of
the State. Messrs. Buchtel aud Woodward
of Portland, and Mr. Montgomery of Sa
lem were ail here on the same day. Sev
eral consultations and comparing of notes
have followed, at the Gallery of Mr. T. L.
Hack. The question in which they are in
terested is oiw f some considerable im
portance to this city, but Tts yet we are
not prepared to fully state what it is. Mr.
Hack continues to take excellent pictures
when the wind is from the. North.
Closed Out. We regret to announce
that our neighbor C. M. Kester has closed
out Ids clothing department, shipped his
sewing machines, and is about to take his
sign otl" the hooks. This establishment
last, season employed from twelve to twen
ty fenales in the manufacture of clothing
from Oregon City cloths, but trade in that
line is not now quite s6 promising as in
time past. We believe Mr. Kester will
continue the running of his sack making
fancy and staple
HEADY MADE CLOTHING
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
T ALICES, TRUNKS,
Groceries.Crockery, Glass and Plated
are, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys, and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc,
Being Hundreds of Other Articles !
loo numerous to Mention!
Call and examine for vourself, I taki
pleasure in showing goods, and customers
will find the articles at reasonable figures
for cash or produce. I. SELLING.
Corner store, opposite the
5.1y Tin and stove store.
BARLOW & FULLER,
(Successors to Wortman &Shcppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
CAKESI PI ESI BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds !
Orders in this Line will meet with
PROMPT ATTENTION !
Allotment Lands. The Register and
Receiver at this place have received from
the Commissioner of the General Land
Office, a list of lands selected by the State
of Oregon under the act of IS 11, granting
oOO.OOO acres to each new State, said list
being approved by the Secretary of the
Interior, embracing 11(1.58 4 acres, lying
maialy in Union and Baker counties.
Rrr.TiM;.s.: -Rt. ReV. Bishop Scott will
preach in this city, at St. I'auls Church,
this evening aril to-morrow, at the usual
hours. The rites of confirmation will be
administered on Sunday A. M. . . .Rev. Dr.
Benson. Editor of the Advocate, will pre
side at the M. K. Church to-morrow, in ab
sence of Rev. I. J). Driver. . . .Service has
been held every evening this week at the
M. E. Church, and several have been con
verted to christianilv.
Wvter Wokks.- At length the Oregon
(Cih Water-Works Company is a fact. At
;& nveting of the City Council on Saturday
.ereaifig last, a final accomplishment v.-as
effe. teil and the city entered into an
.agreement .with Messrs. Jerom Pease, and
otby.t( furnish water to street hvdrants
J corners. The works will ho erected
, the juvsent season, and our devil is jabi
. m over the idea that it will not be neces
l for him to p;u-k the expound of
I .OMpen and hydrogen very many davs
' After the first of K..t..m w
J atkn-MVi-as.?. Mr. I). II. Good of
Mfr-city. is employed at present in msnu-fac-uving
a -gery convenient windlass for
JJ;l-hcVtv There " " paknted ftt
'iu to the cylinder -which .enables
M driver of water to rjvptv the bucket
J,h,V't I'ng a hand to it, and a 1-ad
m pla- of the ordinary wooden
n, conducts all the Mater from the
l"P- It H
Heavy Fkek;ut3. As an indication of
the increasing value of farming lands in
the valley above, observe the steamers of
the P. T. Company's litre as they approach
this city. On Saturday last over three
hundred tons of farmers products was
discharged at the ware house. The up
freights are nearly as large. For several
davs in succession the Alert was unable to
leave for Portland in the afternoon until
late, consequent upon receiving and dis
charging large cargoes. This may have
been a rush,' but taken as straws it goes
far to prove the wealth of Oregon.
Senstf.le. -A hat and cap dealer of Napa,
California, recently '' went security'' for a
friend, and lost considerable monf-J hy
the operation, as friend did not "'come to
time.'' In order to ''get even" once more
with the world he leased a column of the
Napa Register, through which he made
known to the public that the transaction
did not " clean him to the bed rock." He
has acted wisely. In order to increase
business of any kind, those engaged in
trade must know that the proper method
is to advertise.
Awning. There is no definition in Web
ster's Unabridged, that would convey a
true idea of the neatness and perfection
of the new awni-ng, being erected by Mr.
Broughton in front of the stores of Char
man & Bro.. Jacob & Bro., Mr. John Flem
ing and Dr. Salfarans. It is all that law
will allow, or the demands of comfort can
GiiRMAX Paktv. Mr. Henry Humble
has removed the billiards table from his
saloons, taken down a cross partition, and
converted the place into a hall, which in
future will be known as Ilumbel's Hall.
The first of a series of parties, gotten up
by a club of our German citizens, was giv
en on Monday evening, with considerable
Retlrnkd. Hon. W. C. Johnson return
ed from the north on Thursday, looking
somewhat travelwori, nevertheless vigor
ous. He says the Russian American treaty
was well received by our Colonial neigh
bors, who are now more disposed to fa
vor annexation with the United States than
Street Cleaning. The expiring City
Council, determined to retire in good or
der, set the occupants of buildings along
Main street actively at work on Monday
last cleaning out gutters, etc. The im
provement was quite perceptible, even to
Wants. Farmers will do well to visit
Oregon City, in searching a market for
their Tool- Our merchants are prepared
to pay the highest prices going, let them be
more'or less. Jacob & Brother arc to-day
advertising for 1.000,000 lbs.
BARLOW & FULLER
Also keep on hand all kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
AND PROVISIONS !
STE A M BOAT STO RES !
And all Articles uued for Culinary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO !
By the Case, or at retail !
has received by the last steamer
A FL'LL VARIETY OF
The Largest Stock that has ever yet come
to tats mai Ket, consisting of such as
Of almost every kind !
Of the verxi latest Styles !
BOOTS A ND SHOES !
In great variety !
Mens, ladies. Misses and Children's
Hats, all of the latest style for
Also, a well selected stock of Groceries,
and all other goods in proportion. Please
give me a call and examine for yourself. No
trouble to show goods.
q2y 1 Will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
Charrnan & Warner's eld brick store,
lyl) Main St., Oregon City.
N. B. All kinds of Produce bought.
JiEDIXGTOXX- OO: S COLUMN.
REDINGTON & COS
Essence of Jamaica Giiisrer;
rTniS Valuable preparation, containing in
JL a highly concentrated form a4$ the prop
erties of the Jamaica Ginger, has become one
of the most popular domestic remedies for all
diseases of the stomach and digestive organs.
As a tonic it will be found invaluable to all
persons recovering from debility, whether
produced by fever or otherwise, "for whilst it
imparts to the system all the glow and Tigor
that can be produced by wiDe or brandy, it is
entirely free from the recctionnry e2ect3 that
follow the cse ot spirits of any kind.
It is also an excellent reme'dy for females
who suffer from difficult menstruation, giving
almost immediate relief to the spasms tfcat so
frequently accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to paused, caused
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also valuable as an
external application for Gout, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. REDINGTON & CO.
24.lv 1 Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
" MARTHA WASHINGTON "
Trust none other, howe'er pleasant,
None can do what this has done
Trv it always keep it present
Use the Martha Washington.
IT WILL, KF2EP THE f AIR.
Soft and glossy Clianse It to
its Original Color Prevent Its
demohstbatiox. Selling off at Cost !
JJAVIXG DETERMINED TO
L O O K A HERE!
Notwithstanding there was a Rebellion
over in Ireland the other day, and the Print
ers all became Demoralized, and George up
set a "form" and knocked my advertisement
into " L'i, nevertneiess,
E. D. KELLY3
Is on hand at the old Stand, and
has for sale the folloicing
articles, to wit:
Coffee, Japan Tea,
Tea, Black Tea,
Golden syrup, Green Tea,
Salaratus, Corn starch,
Packing suit, Oswego do.
Dairy salt, Candles,
Tabic salt, Ground cbfiee; Faiiev toiletdo.
Cooking soda, Farini,
Sal. -soda, 5Sardinesf
Corn Meal, Codfish,
White Beans, Prunes,
Dried apples, Uaisms,
6 Shooter balls
Stove polish, Sportins do.
Rice, Pearl barley, "V alley Mills do
Sago, Ihe fruits, Yeast powd'rs,
W ritmg ink, anilla ext., Washing do.
Tacks, Wash boards, Wash-tubs,
Satin gloss starch, Yermacili,
Can.-strawberries, Concentrated Lye,
Tutoacco, C;tn-lics, Xu;$i
Ground spiccs,Engl. pickels,
Cinnamon, American do
Cloves, Cann'd fruits,
Mustard, Worcstr 'shire.
Pepper, French must'd
do sauce, Block matches,
and one price to everybody.
No goods misrepresented to cflect sales.
7.1 E. D. KELLY",
RETIRE FROM BUSINESS!
I now offer my entire stock of Dry Goods
and Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Groceries and Provisions, Hardware
and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware, &c,
In Lots to Suit Purchasers !
At Cost! lor Casla!
Country Produce at Cash 2Jrices!
I have made arranjrments to close cut in
SIXTY DAYS! POSITIVELY! ! and my
entire stock must be sold in that time.
CO UNTR Y MER CHA NTS
EARMERS, ME CHA NICS
AND IN FACT ALT. !
Are invited to call and examine mv stock,
before making purchases elsewhere, andthej
will find that I am Pelling goods CHEAPER
THAN THE CHEAPEST !
THIS IS NO HTJMBTJG !
As vou will learn bv callincr. Mv invoices
are open to the inspection of purchasers, at
all times. W M. HARLOW .
Oregon City, March lGth, 1S67. 2L9t
- yS'7" Cash
Attention is also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells the
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
Farmers and the public generally, are in
vited to call at the City Bakery, where the
truth will be made apparent that our stock is
complete, and our prices reasonable. All
kinds of produce taken in exchange for
sroods. BARLOW & FULLER.
Oregon City, Jan. t'th, 1857. (P2:ly
a very n.ce
doshinr o c-r
I. II. Good, under
i- nut onlv Good in nnme-lmt
S00d mnie, if we arc allowed to
Jt.'e by tlVi v.-a v.. :
ui, iili. ii . : a u 11 jii
oak, ami so
One worth having;.
C':,: " uvw wi'k he has
ft- nnf.Prwavdrol,e recent
manufactured of native
rEU-TixEvr. Happening in at the bach
elor quarters of our friend D. M. Mcy
on Monday last, we were startled at ob
serving him peruse a circular : " How to
obtain a sewing machine free .of cost?"'
lie is a .gentleman of too rare attainments
not to be qualified to answer that question,
or know just what kind of a sewing ma
chine is most desirable.
Confirmed. Messrs. Owen Wade Regis
ter, and Henry Warren Receiver, at the
Land Office in this city, are now "Andy"'
proof, having received notice of their re
appointment and confirmation by the Sen
ate of the United States.
m lej closet.
Eiun-. According to the Gu-
1 W'V, Jacob StitzeHs " the pgpu-
a"dM ai-,'?nt Sheriff of Clackamas
' " Y'"'' "ave heretofore thought his
- Vs m. V. P.urns. Dro.
'v UO Von rt n,,,.
-'vuim laKe HOuUll:
Business College. The friends of edu
cation in Oregon should not forget the j
National College at Portland, when look- j
ing about, them for a place of instruction j
in commercial studies. We believe this
institution, over which Prof.Laudcnslagcr
prosifies, is equal to any on the Pacific
coast, and being an Oregoii school, Ore
gonians should patronize it. in preference
to any other. See advertisement for par
ticulars. Tuaxks. Messenger A. B. Kern, of the
steamship Idaho, will please accept our
thanks for liics of valuable hewsnapeic.
Butte Creek Coal. Frank Cooper, of
the Butte Creek Coal Company, passed
through itiis city on Wednesday, en route
for Portland with a small quantity of the
products of his mine, which is to be tested
for the purpose of defining its quality.
May Day. Next Wednesday v.iil be
May Day. The lads and lasses, as well as
older people in this vicinity, are looking
about for the most appropriate method of
enjoying the holiday. As yet the matter
Comprising in part
SUGARS ! TEAS! COFFEE!
Canned Sauces! Canned Oysters !
AXD CASE GOODS IX GEXERAL !
Particular attention is given to the
Country Trade, by which I am
enabled to Furnish City
Customers with a
Superior Quality 0 Butter, Fresh
Eggs, Poultry, etc.
2? By strict attention to the retail trade
only, I hope to merit a ehare of the public
patronage. Store at the Post Ottice, Main
street, Oregon City. E. B. KELLY.
West Side 3Iain Street,
Oregon City Oregon.
A S.uccEssrrjL Establishment.
Among the most successful establishments
in the country is that of Howe & Stevens,
manufacturers of the Family Dye Colors.
They employ a large number of persons and
their patrons are to be found in every part of
the country. The dyes are of the best quality
never fade, are sold cheap, arc easily used,
ami give universal satisfaction.
HAYING REMOVED INTO Ml
I am now prepared to serve
(GEXTLEMEN AXD LADIES,
OR PRIVATE PARTIES AND BALLS
WITH OYSTER SUPPERS !
On short notice.
I would also inform the public that I
still continue the manufacture ot Bread
Pies, Cakes, Pilot Bread, Boston, Butter
Sugar and Soda Crackers, etc. In addition
to which 1 will keep constantly on. hand
a large stock of the best staple and family
groceries, provisions, etc.
Llyl L. DILLER.
Patented October 1 3th, 1863,
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Greek,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Broicn, Orange',
Dark Broicn, Pink, s
light Broun Purple,
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solferino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Yellow, Light Fawn Drab.
FOIl DYEING SILX,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnet,
Hats, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
And all Kinds of "Wearing Apparel.
A Saving of Eighty per Cent.
For 25 cents you can color, as many goods
as would otherwise cost five times that sum.
Various shades can be produced from the
same dye. The process is simple, and any
one can use the dve with perfect success.
. - .. - "T " 1- L T " I. fc ... A 11 o M
lJireCllOnS in jCllgiisn, rieuvotauut"uu
outside of each package.
HOW E & folbv fi.
806 Broadway, Boston.
-For sale by SMITH & DAVlS, Portland
falling out 31 alt e old hcad
look OKagaud do all tlint is
expected of a. genuine, good.
REDISGTO-V & Co., Agents,
MARTHA . WASHINGTON
Is the wonder of the world, andQstanda
above comparison with any other article for
the hair ever brought before the public.
Z-W" Sold everywhere.
F L A V O RING .EX TRACTS!
Are made from Fresli Fruits? Each
bottle holds twice as much as any other
brand in the market, consequently they
are the cheapest and the best.
Use no otiicr.
REDINGTON & CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
CP YOU CAX'T, AXD "WE PITT
O you. you have tried every remedy but the ON (3)
destined, by its intrinsic, merit, to supersede all sim
ilar preparations. It is not 5;irpri?ir.-)you shou'd bo
reluctant to try pouiething el.so after the many ex
)eriinents you h ive made of trashy conipouu.il
foiate- oa the public as u certain cure; but
a7i?in T T SCI
U ronliy the VERY REST remo'y ever comporndt I
for tin; euro of Coughs, CoM?. Sore Throat, .sliiins,
Whnojiir.j: Ciut:.I:i(ir !iitiR::!)d Consumption. Thou
sands of people in California and Ore mi n have bt;en
already bcnelitted by the surprising ctir-live iowus
nnl with fno accord frivc it their nnqnalififd appro,
bation. V.'e now addn'-ss ourselves to a'l who are un
acquainted with this, the greatest Panacea of the a-
for the, healing of nil diseao3 or the Throat a.ui
Lungs, osdUiini; you that q
has cured thousands and it will cure YOU if ygi tr-
. This invaluable medicine is pleasant to the tnstx.
jioothing, healing and stretigthening in its effects; t v
tirelv free from all poisonous or deleterious drug., 0
and "perfectly harmless under all circumstances. O
Certificates from many prominent citizens of Si-,-'
Francisco accompany every bottle of O
If SWELL'S o
LOGUS A LBKIGHT,
Corner of Fourth and Main Sts. j
Oregon City Oregon.
rpAKE TUTS METHOD OF INFORMING
JL the public that they keep constantly on
hand all kinds fresh and salt meats, such as
CORNED BEEF, HAMS,
PICKELED POPwK, LARD,
ind erery thin else to be formd ra their line
of business. LOGUS & ALUliluxi T.
Oregon City, April 20th, 1S67. 2:ly
Maiycr's Msa.BItei !
IN MOSS3 BUILDING,
Main Street. Oregon City.
The undersigned will, keep
on hand all the varieties of
fresh and cured meats:
Corned Beef and Pork,
Bacon, Hams, Lard, Tallow, fyc
A liberal share of patronage is solicited,
as I expect to keep as good in assortment,
and of as sood quahty.as the country affords,
which will be delivered to purchasers at any
reasonable distance in tuo city.
Sunday School and Gift Books!
"TTMIOM THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
I1 tv and Massachusetts Sunday School
Society. For sale at Messrs. llurgren &
Shindler s, rirst street, corner ot Salmon
Portland. Oresoa. G. II. AIKl-NSO-V -
Sec.'v and Treas. Oregon Tract Soc.'y
S 1 SHINDLER. Dcpositarv. ?-3.1v
OILS AND WINDOW GLASS,
Varnishes, Brushes, Coat Oil
LAMFS, CHIMNEYS, WICKS, &c. &c.
Machme Oil, Boiled Linseed Oil,
Lard Oil, Raw do
Castor Oil, Ncats-foot Oil,
Polar Oil, China Nut "
Turner's Oily Sperm OH,
For sale at low Tatcs by
A. UOL.L.U is & c;o.,
501 and 503 Front st., N.W. cor. Yashington
TAIN KILLER CCRES SORE THROAT.
FAVORITE MEDICINE Yv ITU ALL
J classes, is Davis' Pain Killer.
TF YOU HAVE PAINTER'S COLIC, USE
I the Pain Killer.
TVTO MEDICINE IS SO TOPULAR AS
JN the Pain Killer.
7-EEP THE PAIN KILLER ALvv Aib
IF YOU HAVE A COUGH OR COLD, use
the Pain Killer.
y OOK OCT AND NOT GET CAUGHT
X witnowt a. oouie oi me ram iviuer.
r- FT EVER YOO D Y USE THE FAIN
JL Killer for sprains and bruises.
TTVERY TRAVELER SHOULD CARRY
Hi a bottle of Pain Killer with, him
T")EMEMBER, THE PAIN KILLER IS for
W both Internal ana external use
ine i am iviiici i3 suiu uy an uiug-
gists aui Dealers in Fcmily Medicines.
Sold by Bell & Parker, Oregon City, and
bv Hodge, Calef Co., and Smith fc Davis,
Perry Davis and Son Proprieiors, 74 High
street, Providence, R. I., S7S St. Paul St.,
Montreal, C. E.; and 17 Southampton Row
London, England. , 41
JUSTICES' BLANKS, .of every descrip
tion, for k?!c st the J,"iLnrnxsE office.
REDINGTON ,t CO. Agents. San Franci3CO.
JyIlY WILL YOU deiLay ?
Wo arc sorry that there aro
persons who suffer on day by da
month after month, and year by
ycar,whcn friends and neighbors
have been cured of th samo
malady that afflicts them. Now,
it has been proved by substan
tial evidence that SCOVILL'S
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP
will care the worst case of scrof
ula, Caker, Rheumatism, Neu-
ralgla, etc.; yet still there are
those who neglect this sure and
valuable remedy. To such we
say, try the syrvp and be convinced.
REDINGTON & Co., Agents.
41G and 4l8 Front street,
If faithfully used according to directions
will cure every case of Diabetes, end greatlv
mitigate the troublesome effects caused by a
relaxation of the outlet of the bladder. It is
a most successful remedy for gravel and other
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and for
Female diseases is unequalled.
The tathoiicon uniformly cures Prolapsus
Ut'ri, Whites, all irregularities of the Month-
-. j ' - . . -
ty penoa, Buppression, incontinence ot Urine.
Bloating, and Drepsioal swellings, and alt
diseases of pregnancy. The specific action of
this medicine i-s imminent and certain, upont)
the Uterine and abdominal muscles and liga
ments restoring them to as healthy a state
as these of childhood and youth, so that pa
tients who have used the Graefenberg Compa
ny's Uterine Catholicon, cannot sufficiently
express their gratitude for the relief afforded,.
Redixgton t Co., Agents,
41S and 41 Frcnt street, Srn'rancico.