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TOAV-V ASD COUNTY.
vmvEEii Ciutsman In lookin- over
f to blanks at tbc County Clerks ofiice in
: tiiU city recently, v.c came across several
'..forms" printed in the early days, by Mr.
J McCcrmick. of the Irankhn look
5 .Portland. Mc, and our fellow
ai Fd-ininT. "also a. book
, "ler) are tbe pioneer craftsmen ot
JWon This is the oldest Incorporated
5 ! v wc believe, on the coast. It was
i here tbat prior to the famous 49 day 8 J
l .KXfrvoA'RiNTKi: appeared at the head of
he tixcMor. Mr. McConuick mi become
i noted for his numerous publications. The
Oregon Almanac, now in its seven teen th
in-iuriir:irc4L nv mm. i w v.i t-
land Directory was aiso hiuiu-u . -
xnick. Hi Franklin JJook Store has grown
from the little i oy y auuu iu ... ...-1?"
tion of no mean dimensions, and catching
; tie popular idea of expansion is yet m-
rreasin-. The press of Oregon have
: nuny' times been put to their trumps.
:' ivheu Mc has proven a relief. e ol ton
: think of these things, if we do not so often
i.ublielv speak of them, and always have
an inward desire to see our old friends
t prosper. ,
I C J rand Loikje. The Odd Fellows of
Oregon have had pleasure and business
I enough, at Portland, the past week. On
? Tuesday evening a large delegation pass
's ed through this city, from points above, to
i attend the session of tho Grand Lodge.
The reoresentatives from Oregon Lodge
I No also .went down on that evening,
t On Thursday another party went down to
k aHend the Uall and supper given by Ilas
1 sah Lodge. It was undoubtedly the
nicest affair of the kind ever held in Port-
iIul- o : .
Laoeii IiKKit. If people wiil drink lager
"I beer, we recommend them to practice the
1 virtue in that respect as in all others, of
I ii-ang the home made article. Mr. llumbel
I U now making an article at the Oregon
City Brewery said to excel any made in
the'tate. His facilities having thepui est
water, and o'li-r conveniences, ena
ble him to do so
Q Clackamas Col.m'i i,.,. . is not
generally knowi9that in Clackamas county
lime of No. 1 quality is produced, yet
such is the fact. The bed is located in
the south east part of the county, accessi
ble to teams, and is owned by Mr. K.
Weddle. The productions of it have been
thoroughly tested, and have not been
found wanting in an' particular,.
Going Home. In consequence of tl
continued ill health of Mrs. Scott. lit. Rev
Bishop Scott, of this Episcopal Liocease
w:il saortlv leave lor ins Termer Home in
the State of Georgia. Bishop Scott has
I been a long time in Oregon, and as a
i strictly religious man. has very manv
warm friends who will recrret to see him
I Sekexadkh. The Oregon City Brass
". 0land have recently, on several occasions
1 awoke the still hours of night with their
f pleasant notes. The occurrence of brigh
mooniignt nights seems unite sugget;uve
of serenades. The birds have again tune
I their warbling organs, and whv should not
F the same influences inspire tho human
familv with sonjf and mirth ?
TiirxnKit SnuwKU. " Thunder am
lightning" are such scarce aiticUs in 0r?
gon. that oh last Monday evening as th
rolling, rumbling sounds, wen; heard ii
tins vUcinitv, we expected a regular down
east thunder storm, but it did not com
Only slight sprinkling of rain fell, unii
neunesuay evening, wn
en it cxme m
W. F. Wilcox.
uvhose chair factory and wood carvinges-
tablishmeat at Portland is well known.
has sent us a solid chair, that is : one which
will be of service, made from Oregon tim
ber, and bottomed with Oregon ihig. We
.recommend this work to all persons in
want of furniture.
Public Mkktinu. Mr. A.B. Richardson.
Auctioneer of Portland, will address the
citizens of this place to-day, at the store of
Win. Barlow on Main street. All who are
in any way at all desirous of hearing a
good speech, and getting a handsome tes
timonial from the speaker, should be pres
ent. Xo charge for admission.
cr - :
Resj;nki. We understand that Mr. J.
T. Wortley has ft-ndered his resignation as
Superintendent of the Woolen Factory in
this" city, and contemplates visiting the
q Eastern States soon, to engage in selling
rights for the lloyt & Wortley, newly
o patented machines for making double-and-'.tv.istyarn.
;Col. Cms. Our jovial friend Col. Cris
o 'Taylor will soon leave for the Atlantic
States, as representative of the I. O. O- F.
from the CJraud Lodge of Oregon to the
Grand Lodgu of the Cbited States. Re
turning ,he .Vj iH bring the family, who have
been visiting parts of the East for the past
year. Good luck attend you, Cris.
Ohkoon City Wateh Woincs. It Li the
intentiorPof our townsman Capt. George
A. Pease, to leave for California, to-day,
where he goes for the -.purpose of obtain
ing water pipe lor the Oregon City Water
Works Company. The company are going
ahead with p. yxti that is very commend
able, for the 4e.gr!y . completion of this much
An Obitcaky Pkevextes. T-he steamer
Enterprise lost overboard her smoke stack
on her last trip, at llarrisburg, it having
caught on a ferry wire at that place.
LuclGly it fell into the stream, or the cap
tain and crew might probably have been
squatted, in which case we Viionld have
beer, called upon to publish an obituary
The Skinu Seeding. The farmers of
the Willamette valley have been actively
engaged during the last three weeks at
planting and seeding, and from the best
information we can get, haye p.ut n more
acres in whe;ft this year than at any pre
Fike in 1'owei.is Valley. On Tues
day last, we learn, the fire hi the woods
east and north of this city extended to
1'owell's valley, and destroyed consider
able property r Mr. Roberts appears to
have lost the greatest amount as his build
ings were burned.
T oou Our city purchasers are taking
in considerable wool. The average prices
are from 19 cents to 20 cents per lb. We
should think, as an inducement for good
"wool, properly baled, that the price ought
to be u little better for such qualities.
CorxTitv Jimzvrxzmscz. We have all ;
heard of the honest Magistrate described 5
by Washington Irving, who. in his anxiety
to administer exact justice, ?o far forgot
the law as to settle the case by requiring
the Constable to pay the costs, but Marion
couutv has recently lurmsLcd a Magistrate
who. though too smart to commit the same
blunder, was caught in a worse trap. . Two
of his neighbors wnt to law, but the
Squire, in the goodness of his heart, per
suaded them to settle the matter before it
came to trial, but as there was a touch of
nature about him he did not forget his
own lees, and accordingly be proceeded
to assess the costs, but enlircij forgot the
Constable's fees, which amounted to more
than his own. What was his surprise and
mortification therefore, when the Consta-
who had rode three or four da vs.
called upon him for his fees. Ia vain the
(pure remonstrated, the Constable told
him the roads were too bad to ride for
nothing, and as he had property in bis
lauds, he would certainly sell it. unless
the fees were paid and the squire was
compelled to go down into his pocket and
hand over to the Constable all the money
m had collected for himself, and more
too. it is sa d the Squire talks of res:gu-
ng. but says if he is compelled to hold i he
fficc he will hereafter allow litigants to
carry their difficulties to the end of the
nv. and. guided himself by the first law
of nature, will
always remember the
Dtxi. Timks. There is no such thing in
Oregon. The talk of dull times is periodi
cal with some folks. Portland done her
spring work last fall, hence she is only a
lttle ahead of the times. When two
thirds of the people are b ;sy seedimr. (or
luieing while water is plenty) the minor
ity cry dull times. When they have leisure
to talk thus it would be more fitting if
thev were to work out their future hones
hv woll mnt.nod nh.n for no.onW
. . . i " -i .. i i
communication throuuhout the interior.
Oregon City, has not a decent road lead
ing out o! it nor in, for the same matter.
If. instead of sunning ourselves in specu
lations with reference to dull times, a few
picks and shovels were put to use, we
would see a decided change in affairs be
fore many winters? . This matter of roads
is one upon which the most over nice in
dividual might well lend a hand, to help
Sl-mmkh Excuksiox.s. Oregon is a para
se for excursion!::;. Turn which way
he will the pleasure seeker is sure to find
what he hunts. Does he rea l Bryant, or
Goldsmith, or Irving, he jumps upon the
Columbia River boats, that are so luxuri
ous in every respect.- and sails up as
far as the Dalles or Celilo and enjoys one
of the most beautiful panoramas in the
world. Is he a reader of Downing, and
fancies rural scenery, lie goes up the Wil
lamette, turns into the Yamhill, or finds
his way to the beautiful places on laud.
If he reads Byron and feels the "rapture
by the lonely shore," he seek- some one
of the ocean resorts either Clatsop, Baker's
Bay. Tillamook, or Yamuna, or if he
chooses to be rocked in the cradle of the j
deep." he purchases a ticket on some
steamboat that is advertised for the north
or the south, and if he becomes tired of
life on the ocean
to his home by
wave he may return
coach and four, from
Olympia. or Lincoln. Either way the
panorama is one of nature's best.
Sunday School Excuii.;:ox. On last
Thursday week, through the favor of the
President of the P. T. Company, the Sun
day School children of this city were given
a free steamboat excursion to Rock Island,
where they enjoyed a pic nic. A few days
after that the smvi favor was extended to
all the Sabbath School children - of Port
land and now we observe that a steamer
has been placed at tin; disposal of the
Sunday Schools ot Salem, and an excur
sion has been decided upon for Albany, on
June 51b where the Albany and Corvaiiis
schools will join, in a grand festival.
Committed to Jail. On Tuesday last
G. W. Dodson was arrested by Officer
Vandervort and upon heating before Jus- j
tice Moore was committed to jail i:i de- j
fault of payment of penalty for larceny of !
funds belonging to J. D. Manning. On !
ed to defend the case, a new trial was
granted, and the re-hearing will conic off
Nr.w TEMUimANc:; pArKr.. The interests
of the temperance cause have an excellent
advocate ia the American (JuarJian. a neat
and attractive miscellany of I quarto
micros, published monthly
V. v--, Vi"i i Sivth sfvpi-t lMiiln- i
delphia, and edited by the Rev. John
Moore. The sixth number, which has
just; reached us. contains a good assortment
of editorial and selected mai ler.
J -' - - - i
A Coon Ti i:n- Out. On last Wednesday
Mr. John 11. Lake, of the firm of Ho!lD3on
it Lake. Portland, passed through this city
with six tine large horses attached to wag
ons loaded witji tin ware from tbe Emi
grant Stove and Tin Stove. We admire
the spirit of this firm. They are Western
men, and will 'make bnsi,iess by wrestling
County A;i:rcujrui:Ai. Society. The
farniers cf Clackamas County are invited
to attend a meeting to Ie held in this
City on Saturday next. 2.rth inst. at 12
o'clock. Matters of importance with ref
erence to the County Agricultural So
ciety will be attended to.
Ii STuitxE d. Mr. C. E. Murry, who has
been absent to California jor nearly two
years, has it-turned to this City, and
again established himself iu the painting
business. We believe Mr. Murry has few
etjuuls i;i his line of business, and with his
many friends here we are glad to welcome
him back to Oregon City.
Neat and Iium. Interior apartments .of
the Lincoln I'akery, on main street, have
been neatly arranged for sucmier use,
and flow look as r.eat and trim as any
one could desire. Mr. Dilier will soon
engage in jee .cream, and keep all other
like delicacies for his patrons. -
E. J. XoKTiinur c Co. We ask special
rctcrence to the advertisement of the above
firm, in another column. The house has
been long established, and on the score of
fair dealing compares favorably with any
on the coast.
Deltxqvext List. As will be seen by
advertisement, Sheriff Burns will have
considerable property for sale on the loth,
unless sooner redeemed.
City Coi-Scie, The new
City Councilmen were duly
ofiicers and j
installed on i
Tuesday last. The Erst meeting of the
new board being held on that evening.
Woolen Goods. Attention is called to
the advertisement of the Oregon City
Woolen Manufacturing Company, in
Removal. Persons visiting Port
land will please keep in mind that Kohn &
Fishel of the St. Louia store, have bought
out Messrs. Weil Bros., and have removed
to tbe handsome brick store formerly occu
pied by Weil Bros., No. 91 Front "street,
where t! ey now keep a larger and finer
stock of gents' clothing and furnishing goods,
etc., tbnu ever before, which they are able
to sell for less money than any other house
in Oregon. Kohn k Fishel also purchased
a large stock of dry goods and ladies goods,
which they intend' to t-ed oil" at greatly re
duced prices. They shall be ghuf to see the
customers of Weil Bros., as well as their
own, whom they will endeavor to treat as
well as possible.
Expansion We learn from the
Salem papers that M-ssrs. Barman Bros,
huve extended their business to the capital.
Having leased a new store room on State
street, uext door to Clark's drug store, tbe
firm will soon have it tilled with a larger
stock, besides which they wiil continue" at
their superior stand on Front street, corner
of Morrison, Portland.
Why the Family Dye Coloks are
Used. The celebrated Family Dye Colors of
Howe L Stevens are iu almost universal use.
1st. Because thev are the best in tbe mar
ket ; I'd, Thev cost b:t little; 3d, Can be used
iu any housebote with the common utensils
of the kitchen ; 4th, Include every color that
is invented ; Sth, Never injure the most deli
cate fabric ; flih, Save the necessity of getting
new garments. iSuld by Smith and "'avis.
A U C TION AND COMMISSION T
ier of Front and Oak streets, Portland.
A TTYT f ON" RAT ,T'S
L, - ,,,. , .-, . r, ,- .
I 0l Lcal Estate, Groceries, General Mercban
disc and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Richarpsj, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron ;
English Square and Octagon Cast steel ;
Horse shoes. Files, Rasps, saws ;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, 11. G Iron ;
A large assortment of Groceries and Liquors.
A. B. Richardson', Auctioneer.
STILL ON HAND!
FTER FOURTEEN' YEARS EXPERI-
ence in business in this city, under the
old motto that ' A Nimble Sixperce is Bet
ter than a Slow Shilling," we propose to otrer
greater inducement than ever to our custom
ers to pay us cash for goods, as we are deter
SELL CHEAP FOR CASH!
Whieli Is tli2 only Remedy
For the Present cry of Hard Times.
We beg leave to inform our numerous cus
tomers that we have just received, direct
from San Francisco, a
Large and well Selected
STOCK OF GOODS
SUITABLE FOR THIS MARKET.
Consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries,
Hardware t Queensicaret etc.,
f ALSO :
DAI NTS! OILS!! fyc.
Together with a splendid assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of every description, all of
The best quality, and latest styles. 4-lso:
A IT D CAPS!
Of every description, for both
Ladies' and Gents' JVear .
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods kept
constantly on hand, all of which we will sell
at the very' lowest price for cash. Country
produce taken in exchange for goods.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the country. Also: To consignments of
goods, and prompt returns made for the
Z-W We return our thanks to our numer
ous custodiers for their past patronage, and
;isk a continuance of ti e r-auie, pledging our
selves to act honestly with all who favor us
with th?ir trade. " CTIAKMAN & JJKO.
S CELFJJKATED HOME
Je chairs, constantly oh hand by
CI1AK.UAN & JJKO
RU LUNGER'S SUTLIOR HOME
de wool-batting, for sale by
Charm AN" Sc rrq
TTILOril, BACON. LARD. AND DRIED
I fruits, keot constantly on hand by
C1IAR.MAX & 1RQ.
ALL PAPER, WINDOW Curtains
of all kinds, and paper shades.
Sold by CIIARMAN & PRO.
XEW AND FULL ASSORTMENT of
rope, etc.. just received by
CI I ARM AX RRO.
TriIS. BUCKETS. WASH BOARDS,
Keclers. seives.,etc. for sale bv
CIIARMAN A- BRO.
A LL OF WHICH WE' WILL SELL AT
Iul. the lowest market value for CASH, or
such produce as our trade will justify.
LliS. WOOL WAXT
CIIARMAN" A' BRO.
K. B. KELLY.
J. G. PILSBIEV.
.p Seasonable Fruit,
V K G K TABLES,
CHOICE CASE GOODS!
SHALL ALSO PAY PARTICULAR
attention to the country trade, and
endeavor to always have on hand the. best
qual ity of J&Hter, eggs, poultry, etc.
By strict attention to busiuess we hope to
merit a share of the Tuib'ic patronage.
KULLY & PiLSUUiiY.
i ??) Post-office building, Oregon City.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT !
To all wishing
HOUSE SHOEING, BLACK
SM1TI1LNG, UvON, ETC.
John W. Lewis,
Corner of MAIXand SECOXD struts,
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 in
every particular to give satisfaction. The
Fanning community are especially " and
earnestly invited to "call and see these im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All work in his line is done in the best
possible manner, and at such prices as must
suit all. In connection with the above de
partment of business the undersigned is also
prepared to manufacture
JVay ons and Carriages of every kind!
in point ot style and durability
EQUAL. TO ANY IMPORTED:
llavingconstanily on hand forsale a large
assortment of matenu !, consisting iu part of
IRON. .STZL. ETC,,
The proprietor is
Enabled to fill all Order?!.
For sac7i Articles on.
The Most Favorable Terms.
All work from this establishment,
and all material sold oa order, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LEWIS.
Oregon City. IW "I.lSrtf. p:lv
JTaIX STREET, OREGON CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER,
(Successors to Wertman & Sheppard,)"
Iveep constantly on hand
CAKES! PIES! BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds!
Orders in this Line will meet with
PEOMPT ATTENTION !
BAR LOW & FULLER
Also keep on hand all kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
STE A M BOAT STORES !
And all Articles uwd for Culinary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a line assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO !
15y the Case, or at retail !
Attention is also directed to the fact.
that nohody 'else sells the
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
Farmers and the public generally, are in
vited to call at the City Uakerv, where tbe
truth will be made apparent that onr stock is
complete, and our prices reasonable. All
kinds of produce taken in exchange for
goods. 1JAHLOW & FULLER.
Oregon City, Jan. fth, lbG7. (12:ly
IVcst Side Main Street,
Oregon City .- Oregon.
L. DILLER Proprietor.
HAYING REMOVED INTO MY
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC Til AT
I still continue the manufacture of
Boston, Butler, Sugar and Soda
C IR, .A-C K EES.
In addition to which 1 will keep constantly
on baud a large stock ot the best staple and
I am also agent for the celebrated Dursery
of II. MILLER, Milwaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
at the .N urserv prices.
l:lv L. BIBBER.
HIGGINS &. C0'i3
Home Manufactured Soap.
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1st, 1S07,
we wilt sell our Soap ut the followiug
rales, for CAbll, only:
Per 100 Boxes, or over, at $1 45 per Box
oO " 1 50
2o 15J " "
40 BarsSS lb. 3 20 "
.j.i i 1 fi IK 1 Tit H 44
E warrant yur tScap to he equal to any
article that can be imported, and su
peiiorto many brands l.iat are oUered iu
this market. JUGGINS & CO.
N. S P.rvnt street, 1 block north O. S. N.
Co. s wharf.
Portland, January 1, 1SU7. - RLly
ASSOllT.MEXT OF SASH,
A Doors, and blinds, always ou hand
lor sale by
CHARM AX Jfc BRO
ATENT MEDICINES of all kinds kept
for alJ bv
C II A KM AN A BRO, j
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
L O 0 K A HER Ef.
Notwithstanding there was a Rebellion
over in Ireland the other day, ami the Print
ers all became Demoralized,"and George up
set a form" and knocked nv advertisement
into "Pi," nevertheless,
Is on hand at the old Stand, and
has for sale the following
articles, to wit:
Coffee, Japan Tea,
Tea, Black Tea,
(.olden syrup, Green Tea,
Packing salt, Oswego do.
Dairy salt, Candies,
1 able salt, ( J round cotree, Fancy toiletdo.
Cooking soda, Farini, Zante currents
Lemon sj nip.
'6 Shooter balls
Corn Meal, Codhsh,
White Bcaus, Prunes,
Dried apples, Raisins,
1 ? ! nni tv
Stove polish, Sortitis do.
Rice, J'earl barlev, allev Millsdo
ago, Jie fruits, Yeast powd'rs,
Writing ink, Vanilla ext., Washing do.
Tucks, . "Wash boards, Wash-tubs,
Satiu gloss starch, Vermacili,
Can.- strawberries, Concentrated Lye,
Tobacto, Caiieiit's, Nuts,
(J round spices,Ungl. pickets,
Cinnamon, American do
Cloves, Cann'd fruits,
M us t ard , Wo res t r ' t h i re.
Pepper, F'-cnch must'd
do sauce, Block matches,
Ziff' Cash, and one price to everybody.
No goods misrepresented to e fleet sales.
7,1 1 ' E. D. KELLY.
oTw. POPE & Co.,
Pumps, Ltad Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly ou hand a.
good assortment of Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
Offered at Portland Prices !
Our assortment in this line is large, and em
braces almost any desired pattern, iucludiug
BLACK KNIGHT, kc.
Roofing and Jobbing of every description
done to order, in a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be fouud a good assortment ot Hard
ware, Woodenware, etc.
C. W. POPE & Co.
Oregon City, Anril 20th. JSC". fl.
NEW G o o r s
Corner of Main and Third streets,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, AND
hoping for a continuance of the same,
would invite the attention of the public to
bis large stock now in store, consisting of
fancy and staple
READY MADE CLOTHING
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Y A LICKS, TRUNKS,
Grocpries.Crockery, Glass nnd Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chieaieys, und Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc,
Being Hundreds of Other Articles !
Too numerous to Mention!
JT" Call and examine for yourself. I take
pleasure in showing goods, and customers
will tind the articles at reasonable figures
for cash or produce. 1. SELLING.
Corner store, opposite the
5.1y Tin and stove store.
County Assessor's Notice.
"XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
JLN the 'oth day of May, I shall, with the
assistance of my deputies, proceed to assess
the county of Clackamas for State, School,
and County purposes, and collect the Poll
Tax for the year 18(57. All persons within
said countyholding real or personal prop
erty, or acting as agents for such, will be re
quired to make out a full and correct list of
ids or her property, to be given in under
oath, when called for by the Assessor.
All real property to be described as follows
Number of Section, Range Township, A.c.
All city .or town property b the Number
of Block, and Number of Lot.
. Said statement must contain a full and
correct list of all personal property, house
hold furniture to be included, from which
there will be exempt the amount of three
hundred dollars from tax.
Any person failing to comply with this
notice, will be liable to a line of $-2.
C. O. BOTNTON,
Assessor for Clackamas Count-.
May Oth, lStiT. (g'-'.tSt
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned
was duly appointed Administrator of the
P-itate of Henrv Baker deceased, by the Hon
Judge of the "County Court of Clackamas
County, State ot Oregon, at the May term oi
said Court, A. I. lir. AH persons haviug
claims against said estate ure required to
present the same, with proper vouchers, to
e undersiirned, at the office of Johnson &
McCown m Oregon City, Clackamas county.
State of Oreyou, within six months from the
uaie oi iiiia uuuec. H -. v v v,
" Dated Mr"" 11th, l?5r.
OF GENTS CLOTHING!
Gv to Ackerman'is I '
2- . 3-
' S: V. f
1 8 G 7
S. ACKERMAN !
Wishes to inform his Old Fricsds,
and the public generally that he
has received by the last steamer
A F'JLL VARIETY OF
The Largest Stock that has ever yet come
to this market, consisting of such as
Of almost every kind !
Of the rert latest Styles !
BOOTS A NiJ SHOES !
In great variety !
Mens, Ladies, Misses and Childreti's
Hals, all of the latest, style for
Also, a well selected stock of Groceries,
and all other goods in proportion. Please
give me a call aud examine for yourself. No
trouble to show goods.
t?7I selLas cheap as the cheapest.
Charman & 'Warner's eld brick store,
lyl) Main st., Oregon City.
N. B. AH kinds of Produce bought.
' Sixteen Yoar3 iu Oregon.
S. J, M'GORMIGK.
Pionesr Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as many new ones as nuy
not be acquainted witn the fact) that he stdl
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(exactly orr-osiTE norxT noon)
"Where ho is prepared to furnish
INSTRUCTION JiOOKH for" all kinds of
CHl itCil 3iUlC HOOKS.
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and YIOMN"
. And every other article in the above line.
jF'isiiiiy lye Ior.
I'ateuted October 13th, 1S6S.
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, Mugenla,
Light Blue. Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Brown, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink,
Light Brown Purple,
Snv f Brown, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solferina,
Faxon Drab, Violet,
Yelloic, Light Fawn Drab.
POU DYEIXG SILK,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bound?,
IUts, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
Ami all Kinds or Wearing Apparel.
A Saving of Eighty per Cent.
For tir, cents you can color as many goods
as would otherwise cost live times that sum.
Various shades can be produced from the
same dye. The process is simple, and any
oue can use the dve with perfect success.
Directions in English, French and German
outside of each package.
110W L & Sl i-.
Coii Broadway, Boston.
For sale by SMITH & DAVIS. Portland
Oregon. LZ1, .
OILS AND WINDOW GLASS,
Varnishes, Brushes, Coal Oil
LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, WICKS, &c. &c.
Machine Oil, Boiled Linseed Oil,
Lard Oil, Baw do
Castor OH, Neats-foot Oil,
Polar Oil, China Nut "
Turner s Oil, Sperm Oil,
For sale at low rates by
A. HOLLLB & Co.,
501 and 505 Front st., N.W. cor. Washington
San Francisco. Jt.i.Sm
WOOXi WASTED I
JACOB & BROTHER,
rrULE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY THE
I highest market price in cash for good
Fleeced" Wool, and f-rnish wa
nnmn Citv. April 2.-.th, 1.S07. 27M.
KTGOL WANTED '.
Fcr which the highest cash prico will
be paid, at the store of r
o4 tf Oregon City.
F l7hich tbeLlgry-jJbe
City, Msrch 25th, 137. JWf
jtEDiyoToy oo:s voluxx.
llEDINGTON &r CO.'S
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
riMIIa Valuable pTepar&timi, containing ia
I a highly concentrated form all the prop
erties of the Jamaica Ginger, haa become one
of the most popular domestic remedies for all
diseases of the sfotrvaeh and digestive organs.
As a tonic i! will be fonJ invaluable to all
persons recovering from debility, whether
produced by fever or otherwise, for whilst it
imparts to the srta aH the glow nnd vigor
that can be produced by n ine or brandy, it i
entirely free from the reactionary effects that
follow "the use ot spirits of siiy kind.
It is also an excellent remedy lor female
who suffer from difficult menstruation, giving
ulmost immediate relief to the spasms that so
frequently accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to pansett, caused
by sca-sickness, etc. It is also valuable as aa
external application for Gout, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. KEDINGTON 3fc CO.
Jl.lyl Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Trust none other, howe'er pleasant,
None can do what this has done
Try it always keep it present
Vsa the Martha Washington.
IT WILL KEEP THE IIAIK.
Sort and glossy 'Change It to
Its Original Color Prevent It
falling outMwlAe old head
looli young and do all that ia
expected of a genuine, good.
UEDIXGTO.V & Co.
MARTHA WASHINGTON "
Is the wonder of.thc world, and stand
above comparison with any other article fur
the hair ever brought before the public.
"Zf Sold everywhere.
FLA V O RING EXQ? R A CTS!
Are made from KresH Fruit. Each
bottle holds twice as much as any other
brand in the market, consequently thej
arc the cheapest and the best.
Ve no other.
ItEDIKGTON & CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
STOP THAT COUGHING
COME OF YOf CA.'T, AD WE PITY'
yiu. You have trl-fd every rcmciJy but the ONE
dcsiinp'i. by Hs iutiisic merit, to Rtipf-rseJ all tyt
il.ir preparations. H is uot snririsinic you fihould lm
roluclant to try potnethiiii; clso a ft or the uiuuv ei
jMTUiu.'iits you h.-ivc mu.lo of trashy ctmijiujL
iuistvd oa the public as a ccrt-:u cure; bui
W rfftlly th VERT BEST rcm!y cvr romponnitl
!'or the cur of Couh.-, CoKIh. ioif Thnwi, Atbiii,
.Vlnji.iin; Cimh.l.r.MK hilis ami Ctii."iimtioii. l liou-s..;'d.-itf
(K-oiiIe in t'n!:tiriii.i!!il Uifon li.tvu bou
flrc.V buueiitted by tho surpriiiiUi; curv.lv v.ui
and with ono acoorl give it thir nnqnalifled aprro.
litiin. Wo now jukiress ounu'lvvs to all who nra us
;v.tiunint"I with this. Ui t;i!alsi Ta-ea f t lie
ft.r the liealiuK f f til disease f it Tlirv-l
Luu-'S, assuring you that
has cured thousands and It will cur1 YOU if you
This inyrtlualla !medicin? is ilcx?nt to the !;(.
g'-ioitiiiii;, tickling and strciiRtbcuing iiOta ofJ.tt; tk
lin-ly l'r'c from all poiaonuus or deleterious dru
ami orfe-tly haraiJoss under nil circumstance.
Certificates from many prominent citizens fcf Sa
Frauciico accompauy every botlle of O
r.EDINCTON h CO. Ajects, San Francisc.
HV WILL YOU DELAY ?
We arc sorry that there ara
persons who sulfer on day by day
month after month, nnd year by
year,when frieud3 and neighbor
have been cured of the sam
malady that afflicts them. Xow,
it has been proved by substan
tial evidence that SCOVILL'S
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP
will cure the worst case of scf
ula, Canker, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, etc.; yetQstill there are
those who neglect this sure and
valuable remedy. To such w
say, try the syrup and be convinced.
REDINGTON & Co., Agents.
416 and 413 Front street, 0
- GKAEpENl5ERG '
If faithfully used according to direction
will cure every case of Diabetes, nnd grcat'r
mitigate the troublesome effects caused by V
relaxation of the outlet of the bladder. It in
a most successful remedy for gravel and other
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and for
Female diseases i unequalled.
The Cathoiicon uniformly cures Prolapsus
Uteri, Whites, all irregularities of the Slouth
Iy '"period, suppression; incontinence ot" Urine,
floating, 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
nients retoring them to as healthy a state
as those of childhood and youth, so that pa
tieuts who hare as4 the Gracfonberg Conip
ur's Uterine Cathoiicon, cannot sufficiently
express their gratitude for the relief afforded.
Redisgton A: Co., Agents,
ill stsd i! r-t?i sfrort, Ssrj YrzaXft