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TOWN" -VXD COUNTY.
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is. The follow-
. .,:i.r .ffiorwa fn lh I junmnn
i in2 reports m -----
Council on U-t Saturday evening, will be
t f,.n,l of general inten'st to the public :
? l' ' j,i I'oUT OF JHK FIXAXCE COMMITTEE. ,
I T fi f f.,n. ilvj"t and City Cuancil of Ore-
,' , ... finance Committee have examined
. rri'ort of the Assessor and Collector,
i , .;.i i.im h.xrireu oa trie usse
i;l!W..' !. ...." . -02 8:5
r 1 that he lias found an 1 a-sess-$A
. ...rtv since, the tax on
1 oil l ( I " ' ' .
vi'i.;h :imtu to -
At ,t,-hv tohd
tin 1 that he has collected and
turned ovy to treasurer "-'J
8'aving delinquent list S 147 tsii
in ,.vimir.:ng the Treasurer's niort wc
f.nl th iMui-is received from tne Assessor
; ,'. , ( Hector of city funds o.5.Uh. 0-
-1 t ,i Citv Recorder, inborn. . . . t t of)
y Q. ' - in legal tend. 5i 00
s ' Fchool funds 5'M.s
, Ain't on hand begin "j,' of term ... 1 1 "1 I
t Miikin total
. .S3.'ii;S) 07
U'e Ii id that, he has dibursed on
O . .
1.1........ m I i-ni;ni'cr 4
iViUgil o;u.ui'-' ... ... -
.ml of ei! V flllldS
iii examining the report of School funds
i tl,..i-i' u-::s on bruin at t he hi
Mi'the term ty.J.-ZM ZO
A liar tln-re w;
reeeiveu ironi me
;i:iu assc.YMM a... i -jo
l"ro:u Dr. "trclay. .-t-nooi sup i. i.h J
Making total $1,U12 01
"Tvai'i'iui oisbui'H'd for teachers.
I .'i5'irtg balance on hand.
V.V find frntn the Recorder's report and
',;. that there has been orders issued
rtfvnt iermi to the amotint of. J ,!:'. 7.S
(it which there is redeemed.
' I " .ving outstanding, unpaid. . $ 131 VA
We w.(r.d report farther, that in exani
' J-'hr,' 'he lioofcs we find the city debt, at
i n ( i:i'e!i!ng of the present Council, to
i have , . : $2.7 G-i :;s
Hi there lias been paid du-
;q i: present term 1,020 70
J.e.tving standing out. of order
I liovi'oi; to the convening of
I the present Counjl $1,137
JlaV.ng ci'y debt April 25, 1SC.7. $12C9 01
counting Interest accruing on those
. there has been interest paid on all
in old orders which (inuvo been re-
t',"i':ae, I during the present teiun. There
I-aiso iuieiVS on most all of the orders
:ew 'a!niing out. but as it was very difii
( 'lit to get at (lie exact amount of Interest
x - 'live reported simply on the face of
(f . i issued and the face of orders re-
't : an oi wjucn weiiut respecttuiiy
A. J. Ari'i.irsox,
q ii. A. I'KASIi.
Oregon City. Ajudl .-di. ,K-:17.
j i v iiK-jK!;t:n.
a id CUy Lou ue'd i'f U,e-
'at It-iti. M-n.'ur
I 'I he re-port of the G nance commit tee
.laca'n t sumoiary jf the condition
ciiv treasar.' and of the expenses of
I ,e j.ast year. I desire, however, to ri-".;n-,v
that a considerable portion of the
l o . issue I duruig the ist yee.r were
r t'.vo i:e;,is wijlch di not enter into the
fa-uinary e.vpen.-i's of the city. 1st. The
.$ vt supervisor has expeiiiied in iinjrove-.lii-'nl
and repairs of s;ree:s. ro ids. and
1 . ' e j. nearly S.".)-).0.) over imd above
i.se road t.ix wliich he has eolleeiod. for
lli.eii ord.H have been i-sued. in uddi
t'lu to this lias been the iMiprovemeiit, of
tl.e -.Qey in he-.vis' and Harvey's biocks,
a i l (iie3);i:ng up of cisterns that had be
C " i:-.'. ess and dangerotis in die streets.
expense of tiie unfortunate but
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i ou -.i ioi w it eaiiif ii;.uev i.sm .
a- increased (lie orders near two
e items were ue-
e d. the ordinary
i very sul mdeed. Dur.ng theprcs
uar 1 have collected auft paid into
e.Qreasury for Ihit'shi the Recorder s
i . -577 in coin au-.l .5"'.l in legal tender
I nder the ordinances of the city,
o very recently the Recorder had not
s.'ue'a.ni of assaults and b.itieries and
i fie a si This has. however, now
a reinetbed. and fines tor such offenses
aereaiter L'o to nec;tv urn
rt i:i puvinir the expenses of the eitv. in
ng tines in the Itld.ee. or Recorder's
1 have endeavored, while not being
at. to leach offenders that the law was
- n be trilled Avith. I am opposed to
1'especi.iull v submitted.
O JAM IIS M. MOORE.
Ci! v Recorder.
? Ui.a:sK ami
lasH Phkasics. F. Ro-
buoksoUer at Portland, has placed
our table a cov of the ni:n h talked
i ' -
0 t h'mese and English 1'io-ie T'.ook- ft
"m-!i antique and unique. If has the
pronunciation indicated in Eug-
le-.i. It is of o.-nenn Use P. i.u.i-l,-i n
-) I , -m.isters. contractors, etc.. but families.
x ers. and all classes of people might
Ml ' uelit ted by studying ifs pages. For
you wish to ask a Ohiii.nn::n for
tea canuister. you do not want, to walk
fhis. counter and sing out: " X,""i
! for that meaus calf f and he might
Hi" back at you with: "('hue . If-
'Mi in his pronunciation means boar! !
't advance in;t!v t,. !. ..,....... ,-..! !
ia,l say ( , ;r r4f?v llU(1 if he has
T -oo.ie ne win come out at once, or
o' urs t.
Tin; Vv iOt.
:J v'-- o::ks. At the last meet-
n 'd the (.i?y C0llac:l ,,n onl;n.ince Wlls
I e.p;ed granting the right of way through
lots, blocks, streets, alleys. "etc., be-
. -L:: 1- to I ... .t. . ii .
i " , io .Messrs. i.eorae A.
' ter of ii
( ton-.-.l, .... 1 .1 . : . i ...
-- "iiuu, m i men -assota i es.
"ose of lavitnr water Pines. The
fw v f,.: -' ' 11 eouipany. or grant lay tne
. tes thern this privilege for iiTteen
u' lea Ve.ii-M of i. I.:l. .1
.r ii,. " .
pi-,. ; ' - ""an unit niu loop-
ooui iiixauon oy ine cuv.
V-C Co'ishL.i. ?.. .!.,:. oi .i
'Mil'. ...... i. . .i i .i.
., - ueaiiuv giau inai me
-ouneil ii-i,-,. a,r ...... 'i ii .
IE 'ii id . ; aecieti me ariaie
tt imt "K a Jt considered how very
fl, .il;Uu I'lH'ity is. so unprotected in
& eVaV.- !Ul oxt,t'me rates exacted
m t u' U lS' M t l'"'lu 'here can be no man
tl .", 'C!1? ',n-l lis S( scdlUi as to have a
tl i , , o th:U: tlie H'casnres adopted by
-wu lllC i1;obly beneficial to the city.
X.vv-1:; ; .
A new loot bridge across
( ' i. leauuig to Green Point,
lEle S?r.' Cmpl0tea- UU a ver
Oukgox Citt V"oolkn Goods. Last
week we mentioned a fact that woolen
goods manufactured at the rnijl of the Or
egon City Manufacturing Company had
not stood very well in the market, at a
certain period lately. In justice to Mr. J.
1. Wortiey, superintendent, and the Man- f
ufacturing Company, we are permitted to j
state that the Board of Directors feel that I
they know the real cause of this ; that the j
goods which have damaged the reputation j
of the mill were not made by Mr. Wortiey, 1
but were produced by Mr. 11. II. Duncan! j
previous to his resignation as Superintend- !
ent. and alter he had contracted to go to i
Brownsville, without the knowledge' of the !
Company here. We last week slated what
we be ieved to be the facts with regard to
the productions of .Mr. Wortiey. The Ore
fjoiofui of Sunday last has the following :
The company has recently added largely
to the machinery of the mills from the
most celebrated loom works of the East,
and is now manufacturing more goods
and a greater variety, than ever before.
While at Oregon City on Saturday we
were shown the slock of goods on hand,
and we were satisfied that no better or
handsomer goods are manufactured in this
Slate or in the United States. Several
sorts of cassimeres shown us, are entirely
new to this coast, and are the result of in
genious and pains-takina: e-ne'-iment bv
Mr. Wortiey. the Superintendent, and hfs 1
principal operatives. A dark steel-mixed'
cassimere. which so closely imitates double
twist that only those of experience would
be able, to detect the difference, is the re
sult, ot one of these experiments. It is
made by running through the carders, the
different colored wools at the same time,
an operation which only the most skillful
workmen can perforin successfully. In
this case the evidence of skill is incontest
able. The new machinery, of. all the latest
improved patterns, enables the company
to turn out now, fabrics of a quality very
superior to anything heretofore manufac
tured on this coast, and which would not
suiter by comparison with the same style
of goods manufactured anywhere, either as
to texture, strength or beauty. The com
pany makes use of only the best grades of
wool, and every bolt turned out may be
relied on, therefore, as being truly all that
it appears to be. Xo shoddy material
goes into the mill and no shoddy goods
come out of it."'
New Books. ?dr. F. Roman of Portland,
has sent us from his Book establishment a
copy of the amendments to the Internal
Revenue Law. approved March 4th, ist;7.
This pamphlet- will be found wry useful.
It is indexed, and is from the official copy.
Everybody should have one. AVe also
find upon our table from Mr. Roman, a
copy of a work entitled " The Financial
Economy of (he United States Illustrated"
being a work of over :i00 pages, wliich
shows some of the causes which re lard the
progress of the Pacific States, wriiten by
John Alexander Ferris. A. M. Judging
from the casual attention we have given
it. the book has more than ordinary merit.
The author takes the ground that as gold
is the staple of this coast no currency
should be tolerated which cheapens gold,
or lessens the demand for it as money.
Shows the powers of Congress to authorize
the coinage of money, and regulate the
value of the same, and assumes that the
specie basis, dollar for dollar, is the only
proper regulation of currency.
Notes i kom the Lodoe Room. Our as
sociates in the order of Good Templars are
perhaps well aware of the fact that they
violate their oath if thev at anv lime dis- '
close matters in public which transpire in
the Lodge. The following is artie'e IX, of
the by-laws : "Any member who shall di
vulge the name of any member who shall
have voted or spoken against any person
proposed to become a member of this
Lodge, or shall misrepresent the discus
sions of the members, so as to cause dis
turbance or angry feelings among the
members, or be.-; ween the members and
others, or shall reveal the private affairs of
the Lodge to any person no1; a member,
shall be reprimanded, suspended, or ex
pelled, as the Lodge may decide." We do
not propose to divulge the private affairs
of the order, but wo are permitted to state
j that candidates for initiation at every meet
1 ing lately number largely. We presume
not less than thirty persons took this step.
in Oregon City, during the month of April.
IvKMoiors. Rev. P. S. Knight returned
from Washington Territory on Tuesd.vy
iasf, whither lie had been on a visit to the
sick, bed of his father. lie officiated at
the Congregational Church on Tuesday
evening, and leltwidi his family for Salem
o:i Thursday. . . .On Wednesday evening
Rev. Mr. MeCorm.ick. of Lugene Ci'y,
preached at the Episcopal Church. . . .St.
Paul's Chapel has lately been finely reno
vated on tiie interior. The papering was
neatly done by Mr. R. Cautield. A fine
baptismal fount has lately been added to
the chapel. It. was made in this city by
Mr. A. P. DeLin. and is as fine a piece of
work as the best San Francisco mechanic
could produce. It was purchase? by the
Sabbath school children's contributions.
Election- of OtTiczats. On last satur
dy the late oHicers of the Oregon City
Woolen factory were re-chosen by the
Stockholders, to serve for the ensuing
term. They are as follows: Directors
R. Jacob. L. D. C. Latourette, Ii.
White, L. Brown and W. C. Johnson. At
a met Ling of the directors, in tiie after
noon. Mr. R. Jacob wis re-elected Presi
dent of the Board and Managing agent:
W. C. Johnson, Vice President ; J. Wins
ton, Secretary, and L. D. C. Latourette,
Tiik Vallky Raii.uoap. Governor
Vi'oods paid us a short call on Wednesday.
He informed us when here that the article
we quote elsewhere upon the valley rail
road is substantially correct. That the
road will be commenced the present sea
son there- can be but little doubt. The of
ficers of the organization as at present
perfected are as follows : George L.
President ; J. W. Moores, Treasurer : J. A.
Clark. Secretary. Messrs. Smith. Cook,
Ellsworth, Clienowcth and Mitchell, Direc
tors. Fi!Exc;r Jomles. One pound and a
half flour, one pound sugar, three quar
ters of a pound of butter, three eggs ;
dissolve one tea-spoonful of soda in one-h-alf
cup of milk; add this, also one nut
meg, and roll out the dough, and cut into
small cakes of any shape, and bake them
iu a quick oven.
Thanks. AVe are requested to slate by
the guests of the Good Templars at the
Ma-day pic-nic, that they were h'ghiy
gratified with the kindness and courtesy
with which one and ail. vvre treated, and
that they only wish tluvt the- 1. O. GL T.
mayontrol all such May parties.
New Cooper Shop. Messrs. L. Zigler
fc Son have commenced the work of man
ufacturing barrels in this city. Their simp
is located east of the basin. The barrels
the' make will contain Imperial extra lor
" shipment through the tropics."
GoooTkmti.ars Pjc-Nic The excursion
of our Good Templars to Rock Island on
May-day passed off very pleasantly. The
day was one of May's fairest, and tin?
Templars, after an informal meeting at the
Lodge, and the election of Miss Ardula
Randall as Queen of May. marched tu the
accompaniment of inspiring music bv the
Oregon City Brass Band, to the steamer
Active, lying at the Company's works.
All hands and the baskets being on board,
('apt. Pease sounded the good-b e whistle
and the gallant boat sped away, with as
cheery, happy-looking a crowd as was
ever gathered, even on May-da v. Llvelv
music woke the echoes, and maybe startled
the ghosts of departed red men yet hover
ing amid live winl romantic defiles which
enclose the Willamette at Rock Island,
threatening the hardy mariner, who
comes with rushing prow and screaming
vhistle, to score the tally of Anglo-American
progress across the continent full
wide, and to set at defiance Bryant's beau
tiful lines of silence deep profound
'Where sweeps the mighty Oregon, and
heirs no sound save his own dashings.''
Handkerchiefs waved bright eyes flashed
and -all went merry as a marriage bell."
though Bro. Locey assures us that the Ore
'joidau's item wherein he was made 10
figure in a yet more interesting ceremony
than crowning the Queen, was a flight of
imagination on the part ofme unknown
friend. Midway on Rock Island the parly
disembaiked, and after the Queen hall
been enthroned by the Marshal. Col. W.
L. White, arid Assistant Marshal Mrs. Bray,
with attending Maids of Honor, the cere
mony of crowning' was performed by
Judge J. D. Locey, who had been selected
by the ladies for that purpose. Afterward
came music, and then one of the joliiest
dinners on record. Swings were put up
on the highest scale, and so the time passed
till half past two. when all hands gathered
on board, and the prow stiil turned up
ward, a landing was made on the oid Bar
low place, once the residence of Dr. A. R.
T. Locey, afterward of W. C. Dement, both
old pioneers, who made a roof tree there
in rne almost tahied V.i days. Here m a
beautiful meadow, the boys of the Base
Ball Club had a lively game, while the
girls van some merry races on the green
sward. Toward evening all hands met on
the boat once more, and speeding toward
home, with skillful pilotage threading the
mazes of the channel of Rock Island,
passed the dinner ground, and about ." r.
M. the party lauded at home, one of the
tiredest, but happiest parlies out.
Moss GnovK Pic-Xic. Our Portland
friends on last Wednesday formally dedi
cated new grounds to May-day pic-nics, in
this county, opposiie Oswego, and termed
the locality Moss Grove. From the pub
lished proceedings of their excursion and
ceremonies on (hat day. (hey had a feast
of enjoyment. The party was gotten up
under the auspices of the order of Good
Templars, and was marshaled by Sheriff
Stitzel and J. S. White. The May Queen
was Mis? Salile White, and the Fairy Queen
Miss Virginia Cason.
L.uo Ur. The steamer Active, Capt. J.
W. Cochran, was laid up temporarily on
last Monday. The lleUaurc, Capt. George
A. Pease, EnU-rprlw, Capt. S. E. Miller,
and liiloit. Capt. Apperson. are yet mak
ing regular trips. It is thought" that as
soon as the " busy season"" among fanners
up country is over, freights will be steady
The Sii-vextox Mail. Mr. Jas.TI. Reed
has been awarded the contract f ir carry
ing the mails on the new route, Xo. 15,12b.
from Portland via Union school house.
Phillip Foster's and Cuitingsviiie. to Sil
verion, Marion county. The mail leaves
Portland on Monday, and is to go through
and back in four days. The contractor is
to receive $1,500 per annum.
Am: i vi;n N :.ws F.v vo;:s. The steam
ship 3l,it.Utna arrived at Portland early
yesterday morning from San Francisco.
Wells. Fargo & Co.s Messenger. Mr. H.
A. Siegfried, has our thanks for a large
package of the lafeit and most valuable
paper., of San Francisco and Eastern
Go-rxtj E vsr. The Owon an of yester
day says that Mr. J. T. Wortiey, superin
tendent of the Woolen Mills, is talking of
going east during the present year for the
purpose of introducing into Eastern mills
the machine invented by himself and .Mr.
Iloyt of Salem, for making double-twist
vara at one spinning.
Baptist Sunday School. The Baptist
j Sunday School, which has been suspended
j during the winter and the absence of Mr.
! Johnson, (he superintendent, will be re-
sumed on to-morrow iinmedlaPdv after
morning services in the other churches.
A Lor-.:; Fall. On -Monday night last
a drunken Indian fell over (he Bluff nearly
opposite the county jail, and broke both
of his lower limbs. lie lay in Ids agonies
mifil the following morning, when he was
taken in a blanket to the celebrated hotel
kept by Mr. Mundy.
j Mktko;;. On Monday night las, near
I the hour of eleven o'clock, a large meteor
exploded, a little south of west of th's
city. The explosion was not heard, but
lor an instant darkness was converted to
ditv bv the brilliancy of the spectacle.
One Moxnt s Wokk. The cash sales of
land, at the Land OlHco in this place,
amounted during the last month to
$1792.02. and in addition to this il.ere was
entered under the Homestead Act. during
f the same period 2437 32-1 0.) acres.
Insane. A lady named Mrs. O.Tield,
from this county, who has been insane
from time to time for years, was taken by
her husband to fhe Portland asylum on
the 29th ult.
Bask Ball Grin;-:. Mr. F. Roman, book
seller'at Portland, has the Pacide Base
Ball Guide for 18G7. for sale. Its rules
! have been adopted by the Pacific Base
I Ball Convention of California.
! McAp.vMtztNG. Main street is now being
I graded south from Second street, prepara
j tor.y to receiving the slone for a perma
i nent improvement. That part of the city
has long been m need oi repairs.
Base Bai.t.. i he Clackamas Base Bail
Club haye selected the public square east
of Center street, on the Biulf, as the. field
for their summer sport.
Annual I-'hiks. The regular Spring fire
S has been raging furionsiy lor several days
past, in the range of mountains and wood
West of this county.
Tub Family Dye Colons. Noth
i ing has obtained so wide a reputation, nor
one more merited, than the Family Dye Col
or of lluwe and Stevens. The cut-as in
elude every desirable shade, aad are as faJc-'
1 less as they are beautiful.
ORE G OX CITY BUSINESS.
HIGHLIT IMPORTANT !
BZ To all wishing fjf
HORSE SHOEING, BLACK
SMITHING, IRON, ETC.
John "W. Lewis,
G Trier of MA TX and SECOXD streets,
Takes this opportunity to inf. rm Ills
old customers, and the public
in general, that lie now
has on hand
And other patterns v. iiich be warrants in
every particular to give satisfaction. The
Farming community tire especially and
earnestly invited to call and see those im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All work in his line is done in the best
pcssil.le manner, and at such prices as must
suit ail. 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
E Q, IT A Ta T O A X Y IJIi'OItTE I:
Having constantly on hand for sale a large
assortment ot" material, consisting in part of
IRON, STEEL, ETC.,
The proprietor is
Enabled to fill all Orders !
For such Artidts on
The Most Favorable Terms.
ZW All work from tins establishment,
and all materia! sold on order, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LEWIS.
Oregon City. Jo. l.lsr.f,. j l:lv
2f If ' BAKE SLY!
MAIN STREET, OH EG OX CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER
(Successors to Wortmau Si Sheppard.)
Keep constantly on hand
CAKES! PIES! 11 11 E xV D!
And Crackers of all kinds!
Orders in this Lino will meet vith
PEOMPI ATTSHTIOIJ !
BA0L0W & FULLEB
Also keep on hand -all kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
AND PROVISIONS !
STEAM IiOAT STORES !
And all Articles n:ed for Culinary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a fine assnitment of
TjIQU 0 R S A N I) TO 15 A CCO !
By tiie Case, or at retail !
Attention is .also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells the
FAMOUS GEE A SON CHEESE !
YE SHOUT !
Farmers and the public generally, are in
vited to call at the Citv bakerv, where the
truth will be made apparent fh-it our stock is
cnnipltte, and our prices "."easonable. All
kiieis of produce taken in e.eha:e-e for
goods. IJAMLOW ii, FUBLKU.
Oregon City, Jan. tnh, IsoT. (l-J:ly
p2&Li? Sensontible Fruit,
F A M IL Y G R 0 C E R I E S !
Comprising in part
SUGARS! TEAS! COFFEE!
Canned Shocks ! Canned Oysters !
SPICKS, PICK EE,
A XT) CASE GOODS IX G EXE HAL !
Particular attention is jziven to the
Country Trade, By which I am
enabled to furni-.h City
Customers it h a
Siqyerior Qnaijj of Baiter, Fresh
Egjs, Poultry, etc.
2T" By strict attention to the retail trade
only, I hopes- to merit a share of the public
patronage. Store at the Post Oiiice, .Main
.street, Oregon City. ii. B. Klil.LY.
Home Manuiactured Soarj.
AND AFTER JAXUARY 1st, 1 S57,
J wev.ilt sell our Soap at the following
rates, tor CASH, only :
Per It"! Boxes, or over, at 1 4- per Box.
r.o " l ro " "
iir, " i o- " 44
40 Bars, Jts lb. 3 2 "
La " l'. lb. 1 70 " "
""T7"'2' wari-iint ou" Roup to be equal to any
f uiticie thai can be imported, and su
oeiiortD many brands that are offered iu
tin market. BIGGIN'S & CO.
No. s Front street, 1 block north O. S. N
Portland, January 1, l$i7. Il:ly
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avii 'p.ic.vo.i oq uj.vv u.or oi .ioq 3'uiSuuq
pu.B7.uipuij uosaad a'ci 's.iua ij jo "inoq-e
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i tuoqi ojiuioj ipe'O inq 's.oiui ojupvv aoipj
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j 'Aioa iiu'iiit v'asvi Avaxojv iiakio
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
a o o jd s
Comer of Main and Third streets,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, AND
hop.ng for a continuance of the same,
would invite the attention of the public to
Ins large stock now iu store, consisting of
fancy and staple
I E A D Y M A D E C LOTH I N G
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
V ALICES, TRUNKS,
Groceries. Crockery. Glass nnd Plated
Ware, Paints, Otis, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys, und Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc,
Being Hundreds of Oilier Articles !
Too numerous to Jlenlion !
XFT Call and examine for yourself I tak
pleasure in showing goods, und customers
will tind the articles at reasonable figures
for cash or produce. 1. SELLING.
Corner store, opposite ihe
".ly Tin and stove store.
GR EAT F E N I A N
LOOK A HER E!
Notwithstanding there was a Rebellion
over in Ireland the other day, and the Print
ers all became Demoralised, and George up
set a "form" and knocked my advertisement
into " Pi," nevertheless.
. D . K E L L Y:
Is on hand at the old Stand, and
has for safe the following
articles, to wit:
Coffee, Japan Tea,
Ta, Ulack Tea',
Golden Fyrup, f ireen Tea,
Sugars, ( ' 1 1 o e o ! a t e ,
Salatatns, ("urn starch.
Packing salt, Oswego do.
Dairy salt, Candles,
Table salt, Ground coffee, Fancy tcnletdo.
Cooking syda, Farini, Zante currents
Soda crack eiSj
Lemon sj i up,
Cor n Meal,
White l)ea:;s, Prunes,
I 'id Is, Vinegar,
Dried apples, Raisins,
blueing, Stove polish,
Rice, I'earl hur ley,
;il(. 'he fruits,
Writing: ink, A'anilia ext.,
Tacks " Wash boards
Satin g'os-i starch,
G Shooter balls
Valley Mills do
V east powd'rs,
Can.- strawberries, Concentrated Lye,
'I'ljUt CO, C'ArH-S, rI!S,
Oysters, ( round spices, Engl, pickels,
Lobsters. Cinnamon, American do
Green corn, Musr.nd,
Catsup, do sauce,
2PtT' t'asTi, and one price to everybody
No goods misrepresented to etil-et sal.-s.
7.1 K. D. KELLY.
L. O i US t. A L 35 II I G II T,
Comer of Fourth and JLcn Sts.,
Oregon Cy Oregon.
'IWKi: THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
X the 'public that they keep constantly on
hand ail kinds iresh and salt meats, such as
(JOKNED REEF, FT A MS,
PlL'KELEO PORK, LARD,
Ard everything else to be found in theirline
of busine'ss. ' LOG US & ALRRIGHT.
Oiegon City, April -ioth, Ibi7. fhly
M3.yes''s Market I
IN MOSS' BUILDING,
Main Street Oregon City.
-f&TTyTb The undersigned will keep
:2,fi on hand all the varieties of
2X. fz fresh and cured meats :
Canted Beef and Pork,
Bacon, Hams, Lord, Tallow, fyc
A liberal share of patronage is solicited,
as I expect to keep as good an assortment,
and ot as good quai'ity,as the country aiibrds,
which will be delivered to purchasers at anv
' reasonable distance in tho citv.
j:lyj 13. MAYER.
Sundav School and. Gift Books!
dOM THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
ly and Massachusetts Sunday School
Society, i-or sale at .Messrs. iiurgreu x
Shiudler s. First street, corner of Sulmon,
Poi-tland, Oregon. G. II. ATKINSON,
Sec.'v and Treas. Oregon Tract Sac.'v.
3. SHIN'DLER, Depositary. 25. ly
MIS CELL A NEO US.
For tlie L.atc -1 Style i
OF GENTS CLOTHING r J
Go to AcLcrruan s ! ' t 1
w -S '
S." AGKEEMAN !
Wishes to inform his Old Friends,
and the public generally that he
lias received by the last steamer
A FULL VARIETY OP
S p i i st T Co ods!
The Largest Stock that has ever yet come
to this market, consisting of such as
Of almost every kind !
Of the rcri latest Styles !
BOOTS A NL SHOES !
In great variety !
Mens, Ladies. Misses and Childress
Hats, all of the latest, stub, 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.
" I will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
Charman &" Warner's eld briek store,
lyl) Main St., Oregon City.
NT. B. All kinds of Produce bought.
Selling off at Cost !
JJAVIXG DETERMINED TO
RETIRE FROM BUSINESS!
I now olfer my entire stock of Dry Goods
and Clothing, Roots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Groceries and Provisions, Hardware
and Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware, Ac,
In Lots to Suit Purchasers !
At Cost! for C'sisla!
Country Produce hi Cash prices !
T have made arramxments to close. ont in
SIXTY DAYS! POSITIVELY 7 and my
entire stock roust be sold in that time.
CO UNTR Y MER CUA NTS !
FARMERS. M E CI I A NICS !
A ND IN FA C T ALL !
Are invited to call and examine my stock,
before making purchases elsewhere, and the
will find thai 1 am seliiivjr goods CHEAPER
THAN THE CHEAPEST !
THIS IS UO HUMBUG !
As you will learn by calling. My invoices
are open to the inspection of purchasers, at
all times. WM. RARLOW.
Oregon City, March VUh, lc-37. 21.0t
IrsiistlHy Iye Colors.
Patented October 15th, 1S03.
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
JDark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue. Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret. Droicn, Orange,
Dark Braicn, Pink,
Light Brown Pui'jle,
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solfrrino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Yellow, Light Fawn Drab.
FOU DYE1XG Sllili,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
Ami sill Kiaitls of Wearing Apparel.
of Eighty per Cent.
1 or '2o cents y
as would otherw
ou can color as man)- goods
ise cost five times that sum.
can be produced from the
same dye. The
one can use the
process is simple, and any
ctve with portect success.
English, French and German
outside of each
E tt hi EVENS,
rii'i Rroadwav, Boston.
SMITH k DAVIS, Portland
For sale by
OILS AMD WINDOW GLASS,
Varnishes, Brushes. Coal Oil
LAMPS. CHIMNEYS, WICKS, Ac Ax.
Machine Oil, Boiled Linseed Oil,
Lard Oil, Raw do
Castor Oil, Neafs-foot Oil,
Pular Oil, China Nut "
Turner's Oil, Sperm Oil,
For sale at low rates by
A. IIOLLUR & Co.,
nol and 503 Front St., N.W. cor. Washington
San Francisco. Go. 3m
-pAIN KILLER CURES SORE THROAT.
A FAVORITE MEDICINE WITH ALL
classes, is Davis' Pain Killer.
IF YOU HAVE PAINTER'S COLIC, USE
the Pain Killer.
ATO MEDICINE IS SO POPULAR AS
JLY the Pain Killer.
IEEP THE PAIN KILLER ALWAYS
IF YOU HAVE A COUGH OR COLD, use
tiie Pain Killer.
IOOK OUT AND NOT GET CAUGHT
j without bottle of tlie Pain Killer.
LET EVERYOODY USE THE PAIN
Killer for sprains and bruises.
I M'ERY TRAVELER SHOULD CARRY
lj a bottle of Pain Killer with Lim.
EM EMBER, THE PAIN KILLER IS for
Xt both Internal and External use.
Z-W The Pain Killer is sold by all Drug-
eists an A Dealers ui rainuv -Meoicusc.
Sold by Reii & Parker, Oregon City, and
by Hodge, Culef & Co., and Smith & Davis,
Perry Davis and Son Proprietors, 74 High
street, Providence, R. 1., 378 St. Paid St.,
Montreal, C. E.; and li bouttiampton Row
London, England. 41
"TJSTICES" BLANKS, of every descrip
tion, for sale at the EyTERFF.i&E office.
EEDIXGTOX d- OO: S COLUMX.
KEDINGTON & CO.'S
Essence of Jamaica Giifter.
nHM Valuable pr?pafafion, containing in
JL a highly cornt rated form all the prop
erties of the dam iica 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 t'onod invaluable to all
persons recovering front' debility, whether
produced by lever or otherwise; for whilst it
imparts to the system all tire glow and vigor
that can be produced by wine or brandy, it is
entirely free from the reactionary effects that .
follow the use ot spirits ot any kind, o
It is also an excellent remedy lor females
who sutler from difficult menstruation, giving
almost immediate relief to the spasms that so
frequently accompany that period. O
It gives immediate relief to nausea, caused
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also valuable as ai
external application for Gout, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. REDINGTON A CO.
21.lv Sole A cents for the Pacitic Coast
MARTHA WASHINGTON 55
Trust none other, howe'er tdShscrnt,-)
None can do what this lias done
Try it always keep itresent
Use the Martha Washington.
. IT WILL. KEEl'THE IIAIIt
Soft glossy Change it to
its Orisriiirfl Color Prevent it
falling out Mnlte bill Iieszcls
looli yonng and uo h.11 tliat I
CTpoetcil of 11 genwiiip, good.
UEDIXGTO.V Co., Agents,
" MARTHA WAS'IINOJQH"
Is the wonder of the world, and stands
above comparison with any other article for
the hair ever brought before the public.
Sold everywhere. ' q
F L A V O UiXG EX T R A C T-S !
Are mi.de from Frosli Fruit 4. Each
bottle holds twice as much as any other
brand in the market, consequently they
are the cheapest and the best.
Use no otliev.
IlEDINTOX & CO., O
Accents for the Pacific Coast.
rroiE or voir c vst, a;i wiz pity
. Vo l have t:i J every rc:uely but the ONE
iV-siineil. by its intrinsic mt-nt, to siiiier.-eilattiin-1!
ir !' paratr.us. It is vol furnririn you siioulit wt
r- t'-t:.nt to try soiuethiiif; !.-( rO'o r the many x-j--i1'ient3
you liavo . iiiado of trashy rompguutli
ruiateJ va ih'j public as a certain cure; tut
ij hi vv .bulj D
U JQ o J-
it f pl'y VZTY r.r?7 rino'y cvor rr p-.po-Mi'tt I
for tlie euro of Oi:i:,hs, t'otiis. or 1'hro.u, Asllnna,
V h'i ' .:.;; '"ivh. i;;'i.ritiuA r.'ru!!.tiin. Thwu-S-:
:!ii-of j-'-'t'i i'i a I i i r 1:; 1 anil ort-Lon li:vt l,.;;-n
r.!rvuiy LeiieUttu.i i-y ihc suriiiisii: curuiivo j ov.t-n
ii Uj VJ jJjIiIj D
nml with cr,- wrl pi re it. their t!nqu"!ir.t r.fipra
l..i!i !i. V' r.nv a!'ir-s. .urs-ivt--s Vt all v. lio rre mi q
ai-'!;:aint"'.l vviili this, the sn aictt i'an.-:coa .f the a:.'".
fr tl;i liealing ;f a-1 Cuvaavi c-f tUa 'liiro-t
has cured thousands ruvl it will cure YOU if you Uf
This invrir..i1;io rwJHno is pless.int to tliQs.t
poi-si iiinc, hcalii.j; and streng'heuinp: in ils efiei; n
t ; ;-. ! v fn-e from all jioisonous (r ui-lM-ri;iis drugs,
au l "perfectly harniless ui.lor all circumstances. -x
(Vriilu'jiii's from many proniin-Mit ci;izeii4 of c
Francisco accoutpatiy every bottic cf
. NE WELL'S
nniUNCTON k CO. AgenLi, Fan Frar.cisco.
yyUV WILL YOUDELA
We are sorry that there Era
persons who suffer on day by day
month after month, and 3-ear by
ycar,when friends and neighbors
have been cured of the same
malady that alllicts them. Xow,
it has been proved by substan
tial evidence that SCO Y ILL'S
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP
will cure the worst case of scrof
ula, Canker, Rheumatism, Xeu- O
ralgia, etc.; yet still there erQ
those who neglect this sure and
valuable remedy. To sv.ch ?e
say, try the syrup and be convinced, q
RD1GI0X & Co., Agents,
410 and 413 front street,
UTE ll I N E CATIIO LICON.
If faithfully naed- according to directions
will cure every case, of Diabetes, pud greatly ,
mitigate the troublesome effects caused (gr a
relaxation of the outlet of the blazer. It hr
a most successful remedy for gravel and other
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and for
Female diseases is unequalled.
The Cathoiicon uniformly cures Prolapsus.
Uteri, Whites, all irregularities of the Month-,
If period, suppression, incontinenceof Urine,
Bloating, and Dropsical swellings, and all'
diseases of pregnancy. The specific action of
this medicine is imminent and certain, upon
the Uterine and abdominal muscles and liga
ments restoring them to ns healthy a stata
as thoe of childhood and youth, so "that pa
tients who have used the Graefenberg Compaq
ny'n Uterine Cathoiicon, cannot sutliciently
express their gratitude for the relief aS'oided.
FiEiMNGTON & CV, Agents, , t VA
415 aad-ilS Front street, h-an Frcncisc,
nnTTT3TT?QV OTP RAMP.'RO'RT T.TRRARY.