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Ql)t iUvcfiin (Enterprise.
TOW.V ASO COUNTY.
Clll,CK Fax.- it any person win take
the trouble to inquire he may easily post
himself with regard to the present re
sources of (ih is valley. Tbere is now a
tf idv and constant stream of freight pass-".'J-i'.u-n
the Willamette, for shipment to
I r.fiiforaia. the only outlet Oregon has at
? Lmnn for disgusted people to remark
tbat -'one county in some Eastern State
poes-ed more land fit for cultivation
(ban all Oregon. " One-ounty" could be
pointed otft that contained more wealth,
one county J that contained a larger
population. We will admit the last point
L-:Lere may be several, single counties in
Eastern .-states, with a greater population
than Oregon has at this time, but we doubt
vitv much whether "one county" can be
.found to produce half the quantity ofgrain.
wool, etc., that this little band of people
; rin'o-on now annually send to market.
II 1 -n,..., -ir stubborn farts. There is but a
igrnall portion of the tillable land in this
I yjiifv cultivated, yet for a moment glance
I at tlx" hulk of our exports. Take into
eonVideration the large class of non-producers
whorjrain their daily bread from
grain grown iere. then see what we have
left for export more than tonnage can be
fiund to carry awaj' and the truth forces
1 itself upon the mostobtu-e. mind, that Or-
i -iron is the finest region in tne world lor
ae agriculturist, j iie w .n eimues ui iu:s
y-i v. on last Saturday were chock filled
t . -a nri. . 1..-
f with pram and wool. 1 he steamers carry
I all they can. and yet we lind in Portland
enough on hand'tor several cargoes.
I Peksonai?. Our City has.-during the last
week beeiP enlivened by the presence of
I minyogeritleinen. from dulerent parts of
? the State, some securing homes in the pres
ent country lor their clients, and some in
tlit? future for their flocks. His Hon. May
or K. T. Russell of Albany, was here look
ing to some of his clients' interests in di
vers an 1 sundry patches of terra Ji in i'i.lumI
we judge Albany must be quite a pleasant
place if tfee countenance of its Mayor is
lfc criterion of society Hon. Chester
'. Terry of Salem, (irand Secretary of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows in this
juris'lietion. and one of the pillars of our
moral anil religious fabric, was also with
U. in attendance upon the Congregation. 1
Association. The Judge is generally found
where tlKpernnuent good of any of hU
(fijllows.'dd or even, may be promoted
Uev. Jolm F. Damon, once our associ
ate in Editorial life, but now in the oeeu
p;iii&D of a ministry at Albany, has also
contributed to lender our office more
jiiea.-;iiit, at various times during the week.
We are gratified to learn that his health
has greatly improved recently. He is pos-
M'used of a vigorous mind, and only lacks
phvsiealOtreiigth to give him power to
cope with subjects to m ike him a bright
constellation in his sphere of action. . . Rev.
P..S. Knight, Mvj. 1). 15. Gray of Astoria,
aftd others wfiiun we are always glad to
meet, have paid us visits.
Liuroii and Indians. For sere ml days
-past this city has borne an infliction ofln
dians which is, comparatively speaking.
ali!u as bad for us as the swarms of lo
custs spoken of as being so numerous in
certain parts of the world as to devour
every green thing. These fellows do not
devour many green tilings that we know
t'--exeept jt be sryie chap who bets
agdint their fastest fio.ss ; but. they imbibe
pretty freely of tangle loot, ami the conse
quence is they appear more or le-s Ire
qtiently in court, to the disgust of every
respectable, well thinking mind. We un
derstand they hail from the Grand Monde
Ag.-iiey ; are off on a furlough of four
weeks to run horses and have a jolly time.
cpare us irom trie three weeks to come.
AeetnKXT. On Wednesday last Mr.
Samuel .Miller of this city, while engaged
at the planing machine in his mill, met
with an accident which, though injuring
him bat little, might have "proved his
death. He had reached over to tap a chip
horn out some part of the gearing, when
the sleeve of his coat caught in a wheel,
and winding up drew him to the danger
which was only averted by a strung pull,
severing the garment, hi doing this the
two middle fingers of his vi'hl hand came
iiH-ontac with the knives reviving on the
minder, and were bad! v lacerated before
J-was linally relieved'. It vas a most
and d.-legates representing the several
Congregation. il Churches of Oregon, as
sembled itlu-ir Church edifice in this
if on1!,u,?,li,-v morning, at 10 o'clock,
l ev. 1). h. (ay of Astoria, was elected
Moderator, and Hon. Chester X. Terry of
S Mem Nyetary. Ki.iit Churches are rep
rinted. ''Side the institution of learnirU
at 1-erest Grove. The pr(ci.t.d; a
h-vrniomousand fraught with much interest.
t?3Vi 1 " I,,,riu'1 in thif reliKi.Hi.s his
v ot ()reg0I1. has there been so much to
UKourage tlie laborers in the vineyard
(J.'sc jntit shall ripen in eternity' "The
sions will continue until this-vening.
:lPPf"priate exercises atid communion
Q V'",'Koi?V)nwL-i.yEs:.T:1ink that
caref examination of our columns will
wnv:nce the most skeptical that the
i rrr!se is unquestionably ,he best ad
thlV'F'I U,'.,Iie Hn of
the ; ,V 1,ils liafl for
net lhe ,i'r!?t'5t "'Jv-rtising patron
"JVever awarded to any inierior pa-f:-&nt
reason of this is that the ki
2""; Ciln'r,,!'y chevvs all swindling
fu to its readers. Uut anoiher and
,'!m P-,ncl'I reason is : that we give the
Miere for double that sum.
SiiD the A i vk ut t s k i e xt s . The man
doesnut read the advertisements in
'ume paper, can never be said to be
4)onlv,',1.' TlK'-U,lv't'r,'iitM51,'nts ' 1,lic;lttf
ti-io,. r . -e. b!,s;ni' enterprise of the
'mil! w!i!eI,,(IH'y are published, but the
H'rise of the advertiser. When von
amari who advertises liberally. Von
?'mw ;,C1'-,;UU of fiIinff tock of
",1 s,rt. that he keeps up with
uket.and sells cheaper than thosewho
fra'ir' a'Ivt'rtis- If you want good bar
er r''Ur)'uize those who "vail themselves
Hf..H- lv"ll?t'3 alforded through the
.u- coiumuj: of their home paper.
AMp Mektixos. A camn meetincr is to
1 . i o
Ul''d on Clear Creek. 12 miles east of
Mace and- near Mattoons mill, to com-
t"-aX?Uuhe 2G,!l inst Tht're a,go
Cr.! -r'tho,lis'camp meeting at Rock
&t th n J'lly- antl on tht! Foll'"t' of July.
. i ,"-c vnmP Rounus. there is to be
o tadi school celebration.
Ian ITA"'T -AN'D IiATTKKV--0n Tuesday
rest-! ' ViRgt'r a yunS man. was ar
of th- brouSht before Justice Moore
tt,.'LcUy- for an nggravalt-d assault and
!t;, Mll'on a b,).v named Nathan Kauf-
W-pa!d? WlW d aQ,i coats wbich
Ha.sk Halj. Match. The match game of
Base Hall, at Portland on last Monday,
between the first nine of Clackamas club,
and the first nine of the Pioneer club, was
won by the latter, as follows :
Pioneer nine yg
Clackamas nine 3ti
The game was called at 3:43 km., the club
from this city taking the first inning, with
out a run. On the first inning of the Pio
neers ' runs were made ; thou Clackamas
club made one 1 run on their second in
ning. The full score being as follows :
Players. 1st 2d 3d 4th 5th tth 7th 8th 9th
Zigler 0 00100201
Pope 0 0 1 1 0 0 1- 0 1
Kandall 0 01100101
Bridges 0 01000100
Salmon 0 0 1 2 0 0 10 1
Barclay 0 11100021
Harding.. .:o 01100101
Shephard 0 01 100001
Johnson 0 0 0 11 0 2 0 1
Total 0 1 7 9 1 0 9 1 8
Miner 0 1 2 100221
Buebtel 1 12 111110
Witherell. . .1 11011011
Steele 0 1 2 1 2 1 11 1
Cook. 0 1 2 1 1 0 12 1
J.Steele 0 12011121
Del luff 0 1 2 100210
Baughman. .0 2 1110221
Total... ..3 10 15 7 8 5 11 13 6
The game was played with vigor through
out, and only that our boys were out
of luck.,? they would have brought the
ball home with them. As it it we must
submit, as we do with good grace, to' the
result. They day was very warm, yet, for
the two hours and 37 minutes occupied in
playiug. none let up. Mr. A. J. Apperson,
of the club from this city, acted as umpire,
and received credit for his fair and im
partial decisions, giving entire satisfaction
to both sides, which caused the uuaost
good feelings. Mr. W. L. White of this
city acted as scorer for the Clackamas
nine, and Mr. Harry T. Xevins acted for
the Pioneer nine. "At the conclusion of
the match v. m. all the players,
with invited guests, met at the Western,
where a supeib supper was served at 8
o'clock by the Pioneers, after which the
boat tooted her whistle, and the 00 or
more who had embarked on the excursion
at 1 v. m. went on board, and at about 11
r. M. were landed safely home. We sel
dom go on excursions but we returned
with this one. and have no cause to regret,
having been in the jam. It was a pleasant
day. profitably spent. The return game
will probably be played upon the grounds
of the club in this city, on the Fourth ol
July, a challenge having been sent below
to that eifect. at which time we trust the
lub of this city will win laurels yet in
abeyance. Since the above was placed
in type the challenge has been accepted
for the 4th of July. '
Bittevili.e OnsEKVEit. We learn tbM
a new paper with the above name has
been started at Butteviile. The proprie
torship has not been made known to us.
An agent, sent out to canvass for subscrib
ers, worked hard for two days, at the end
of wtich time he wrote to the publisher,
sending but one name, and the following
account of his stewardship-: "This coin
prises the sum total of my success, and is
the result of two day's canvassing in the
classic shades of Pudding river among the
' opulent' land owners of Marion county.
The result was .so discouraging that " I
stopped at two days and lent .'"my horse to
a lady to ride to see a sick baby." and took
up my pen to notify vou of the result of
niyforts. 1 did not" find a man who ap
peared to be guilty pf owning a ten cent
piece, and those who are "good generally
take the papers and do not want yours at
Xo Akucmknt. A few days since we
asked a gentleman in Oregon why he did
not advertise. . Oh, said he, 1 have been
here for fifteen years everybody knows
me ! What an argument. ' thought we.
We suppose his idea was that his patrons
were only such as were born in Oregon,
and raited here. Candidly, (notwithstand
ing we should like to enlarge the ExTEit
Pin.sE soon.) we think any business man
blind to his cu n interests, if, from motives
of economy, he refuse to advertise. To
kiep your name before ihe public constantly.
is the true way, else, when your advertise
ment goes out. people will think that you
have yourself quit business. We have a
case in hand which fittingly illustrates this
position. The men who advertise are the
men who make sales.
Coxcekt. Attention is invited to the
notice elsewhere for a vocal concert, to be
given on Wednesday evening next at the
Court House in this city by lie v. Mr. Sell
wood. and his musical class. Aside from
the encouragement it will afford the class
to see a large attendance, no doubt exists
but all can spend the evening there with
a great deal of satisfaction to themselves.
The programme which will be printed on
Monday, is a good one.
Short Dkesses. The style of ladies
dresses being short, it is quite necessary to
have a good looking and fine fitting shoe.
The place to find such at the lowest rates
js at. Kast fc Cahalan's. opposite Walter
Bros, carpet house, Front street. Portland.
Just remember this house when vou go to
Portland, and there is no doubt" but thai
you will thank Us for calling your atten
tion to it.
The Congo Tkolpe. These minstrels
enlivened our city with one of their pe;-
formances on last Wednesday evening, at
Masonic Hall. At the conclusion of the
entertainment Mr. Graham spoke apolo
getically lor hunself on account of a lack
of the full strength of the troupe, but we
thought no apology necessary, as he, with
the balance present, were a full leam.?
Ae hope they may come again.
Travel Over the Mountains. Up to
June 10th. as we are informed by Mr. E.
Oicott. toll collector on the Cascade
Mountain road, the following travel has
passed over the route south of Mount
Hood : 650 head of cattle ; 2o00 sheep; J8
men on horseback ; 1!) horses and mules
with packs ; 101 loose horses and mules ;
2 wagons and teams.
Walter Bros. We invite particular at
tention this week to Messrs. Walter Bros.'
new advertisement. This firm is perhaps
as well known as any in Oregon, and we
can assert, esteemed as favorably as any.
Their prices are the same as.S;ln Fran
cisco dealers ask. and their goods are
equal to the best imported. Give them a
Ix Lick. Our friend O. P. Mason. Esq.,
of Portland, is either in luck or out of
luck, we will not say just which. At all
events he has been appointed by the Cir
cuit Court for Multnomah, to take proofs
in live divorce suits.
Semixart. The closing exercises at the
Oregon City Seminary will take place on
CoMKOp.TAiii.E. We were gratified to see
j that Mr. T. L. Hack, late of this city.
very comfortably situated on Front street.
Portland, at the gallery opposite the old
post office. His rooms are pleasantly ar
ranged, and as an artist, we think Mr. H.
capable of pleasing the most fastidious.
Give him a cap.
Throcgu Line. A correspondent in
forms us that 'the daily mail line from
Dalles City east, is now a complete chain
to St. Joseph. Missouri, via Boise City and
Salt Lake. We should suppose the mails
from that section ought to reach us by this
route, but they do not.
Pacific Uxiversitt. Prof. Marsh of
Forest Grove, has sticceeced in getting
$25,000 as an additional endowment to
the Pacific University, of which be is
President, and left New York on the 11th
Commenced. We observed on Tuesday
last that Messrs. McNaroara and Eudy
were engaged in getting out building rock
on the bluff, for the reservoir for the
Oregon City Water Works Company.
New CucitCH at Astokia. The contract
for the building of the new Congregational
Church edifice at Astoria, was awarded to
Mr. John Nestor, of Portland.
Charman & Brother
STILL ON II AND
AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS EXPERI
ence in business in this city, under the
eld motto tiiat "A Nimble Sixpei ce is Bet
ter than u Slow Shilling," we propose to oiler
greater inducement than ever to our custom
ers to pay us cash for .goods, as we nr deter
SELL CHEAP FOR CASH !
Which is the 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 aM well Selected
SUITABLE FOR THIS MARKET.
Consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries,
Hardware, Qucensivare, etc.,
PAINTS OILS!! $c.
Together with a splendid assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of every description, all of
The best quality, and latest styles. Also:
U -A TS AND CAPS!
Of every description, for both
The. ladies and Gents- Wear !
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods kept
coitantSy on hand, all of which we will sell
at the very lowe.-t price for cash. Country
pi oduce taken in exchange for goods.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the country. Alo: To consignments of
goods, and piompt returns made for the
We return our thanks to our numer
ous customers for their past patron ige, and
aj-ik a continuance of tl e same, pledging our
selves to aci honestly with ali who favor u
with their trade. CHARMAN & 1JRO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF SASH.
XjL Doors? and blinds, always on hand
for sale by
CHARMAN & PRO.
AT EXT MEDICINES of all kinds kept
for sale bv CHARMAN & P.RO.
ARgUAM S CEkEJjRATED HOME
made chairs, constantly on hand by
CHARMAN & 13 RO
rilRULLINGER'S SUPERIOR HOME
JL made wool-batting, for sale by
CHARMAN & PRO
FLOUR, BACON LARD. AND DRIED
fruits, kept constantly on hand bv
" CHARMAN & BRQ.
WALL PAPER, WINDOW Cnvtaips
of all kinds, and paper shades.
Sold by CHARMAN P.RO
NEW AND FULL ASSORTMENT of
Nails, rope, etc.. just received by
CHARMAN & TIRO.
rpUBS. DUCKETS. WASH BOARDS,
Keeiers. selves, etc.. for sale by
CHARMAN fc BRO.
ALL OF WHICH WE VILL SELL AT
the lowest market value for CASH, or
such produce as bur trade will justifv.
7 ' CHARMAN fc BRO.
C. W. POPE & Co.,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, IIqset etc.
And Manufacturers pf
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Warp,
Main Street, Oregpn dly.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly on band a
srood assortment of -Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
Offt red at Portland Prices
Our assprtment in this line is large, nnd em
braces almost any desired pattern, including
BLACK KNIGHT, &c.
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 touad a good assortment ot Hard
ware, Woodenware, etc.
U. W. POPE & Co.
Oregon City, April 2?tb, J8f7. 1.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
J. R. RALSTON,
GFNERAL MERCHANDISE !
Corner of Main and Fifth streets,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF THE
following articles :
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
LONG & SQUARE SHAWLS,
LADIES' SILK CLOAKS,
BROVN & BLEACHED MUS
LINS, GENTS' FURNISIING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
G HOC E It I ES, A L L K I N DS,
DOORS SSH. HARDWARE
PAINTS OILS, &c, &c, &c.
Xiio and Iifo
JOHNSON & McCOWN ARE THE Local
Agents in Oregon City, of the Pacific
Fire Insurance Company, the best doing
business on this coast. This Company is
the only one in Oregon that
Issue Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the ease to San Francisco.
ALSO, AGENTS OF THE
North America Life Insurance Co.!-
Presenting the most desirable features,
having its policies guaranteed by the State
of New Vork.
5F Don't delay attention to these mat
ters until your property is destroyed by fire,
or until you are sick, when you car. not be
insured. Call immediately. (32.tf
Fu: tlieLiiMe I Style
OF GENTS CLOTHING!
Go to Ackermans !
18 6 7.
t w St m
) u, at-
Wishes to inform his Old Friends,
and the public jienriHlly that he
has received by the last steamer
A FULL VARIETY OF
The Largest Stock that has ever yet come
to this market, consisting of auch as
Of almost every kind !
OT the. re ry latest Styles f
BOOTS AN i' SHOES!
In great variety !
Mens. Ladies. Misses and Children s
Hits, of I of the latest style for
Also, a well selected stock of Groceries,
and all other goods in proportion. Please
give nie a e;ill and examine for yourself. No
trouble to show goods.
IS?"! will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
S ACKi:R3l AN,
Charman k Warner's Id brick store,
lyl) Main st., Oregon City.
N. B. -All kinds of Produce bought.
COMP A N Y .
rpiIE ABOVE COMPANY ARTJ NOW
JL prodncing a quality of
Superior to any ever before offered
on the Pacific Coast !
II Ail D TIMES,
t3F" Csing only the best grades of Wool.
The above goods are offered to the trade
on the mos' favorable terms. All orders
will meet with prompt attention.
Address : II. JACOB. Agent,
SO.Cm) Oregon Citv, Oregon.
Or L. WHITE & BIlO.,'Agents'at Portland.
West Side Muin Street,
Oregon City Oregon.
L. DILLEE, Proprietor.
HAVING REMOVED INTO Ml
I WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
I still continue the manufacture of
Boston, Butter, Sugar and Soda
C'JR -AC K E S
etc., d'C, dc.
In addition to which 1 will keep constantly
on hand a large stock ot the best staple and
I am also agent for the celebrated nursery
of II. MILLER, Mihvaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
at the Nursery prices.
1 : 1 y h. DILLER
JOB PIUXTIIVG SEA1LYEXECUT
ed tt ft BNTEBPRISE OFFICE.
TRAVEL AXD TRANSPORTATION
Oregon Steam itaYig'aliou
REDUCTION OF FREIGHTS,
AND CHANGE OF SCHEDULE !
IROM AND AFTER DATE, UNTIL FUR
; ther notice, the boats of the O. S. Nr.
Company will run under the following
The steamer CASCADE will leave
Portland daily, Sundays rxcepted,
at. 5 o'clock, A. jll., connecting with
the steamer IDAHO for the Dalles.
Boats on the Upper Columbia will
leave Celih for Wallala on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday.
The Saturday boat will go through
Passengers for Umatilla and Wallula
should leave Portland on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, and for Lewiston on the
RETURNING: The bai will leave
Wallula on Monday. Wednesday,
and Friday vwrnings. touching at
Umatilla, and arrive at Dalles the
Reduction of Freight.
From and after date, until further notice,
It eights from
Port um d to Lewiston $90 per tou.
, " flour so "
From Portland to W.-lbda 85
Down freights, from r.'dlulaand Umatilla
to Dalles and Portland, as fo.'ws :
On Wheat, flour, Oats, Barley and
Corn ; $6 per ton.
Wool (properly baled) 1 cent per lb.
Hides 37 1-2 eta eacli
from Lewiston. 50 cent each.
XOTlJQ0 lbs. of Oats constitute a ton.
1,700 lb, of BarUy constitute a ton.
J. C. AIMiWORTH,
Pnsidint O. S. y. Co.
Portland, May 1st, 1667. " S:tf
OAKRVING THE UNITED STATES MAIL !
Will leave Portland for Manticello erery
Tuesday, Thursday a id Saturday, at 7
o'clock a. u., via Le is river.
J. C. AIXS1VORTII,
President O. S. X. Co.
THE U. S. MAIL STEAMER
JOHN H. COUCH
Will leave Portland for Astoria and inter
mediate landings, on Monday and Friday ot
each week, at 6 o'clock a. m. Returning,
will leave Astoria on Tuesday and Saturday
at ti a. k,
J. ( . AI SAVORTH.
President O. S. JV. Co.
Until further notice
A JL E It T ,
Will leaTe Portland daily at 7 o'clock A. M.
from the Company's dock, toot of A street,
for Oregon City, connecting with the
On Monday and Thursday of each
week for Salem, Albany, Corvallis,
and intermediate, points. "
AND WITH THE STEAMER
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
of each week, for Lafayette and in
Due notice will be givf-n
when the Company will dis
patch a boat on other days than above.
Returning the Str. ALERT will lcare Oregon
City for Portland at 1 o'clock P. M.
A . A . McCULLY,
President P. T. G.
SALEM, March 1st, 1867. (:tt
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S. J. M'CORMICK,
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all Tiis old
customers (and as many new ones as may
not be acquainted witli the fact) that be still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland.
(exactly opposite MOrXT hood)
Where he is prepared to furnish
IXSTIIUC'JIOX BOOKS for all kinds of
CHURCH ytXJ'lC BOiiKS,
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
And rr xbr artiole is th abort lis.
RPLIXGTOX VO:S COLUJIX.
RED1NGTON 6c COS
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
HPHIS Valuable preparation. containing in
JL a highly concentrated form all 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 foutid invaluable to all
persons recovering from debility, whether
produced by fever or otherwise, "for whilst it
imparts to the system all the glow and vigor
that can be produced by wine or brandy, it is
eutirely free from the reactionary effects that
follow the useol spirits ot any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for females
who sutler from difficult menstruation, giving
almost immediate relief to the spasms tbat so
frequently accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to pausea, caused
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also valuable as an
external application for Gout, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. REDINGTON & CO.
27-lv Sole Agent3 for the Pacific Coast.
" MARTHA WASHINGTON "
Trust none other, howe'er pleasant,
None can do what this has done
Try it always keep it present
Use the Maltha Washington.
IT AVIXIj keep the hair
Soft antl glossy Cliange it to
its Original ColorPrevent its
falling out Make old heads
look yoMitg and do all that is
expected of a genuine, good.
llEDIGTO & Co., Agents,
HAlK Rt STOKER
Is the wonder of the world, and stands
above comparison with any other article for
the hair ever brought beforclhe public.
Zf Sold everywhere.
Are mnde from Fresh Fruits. Each
bottle holds twice as much as any other
brand in the market, consequently they
are the cheapest and thebesU
Use no othci'
REDINGTON d CO.,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
QOJIE OF YOtT CAN'T, AXD 1VE PITY
ij you. You havo tried every remedy but tlie ONE
destined, by its intrinsic merit, to supersede all sinv
llar preparations. It is not surprising you should bo
reluctant to try something else after the m&uy ex
periments you have made of trashy coiapwuuds
fo:Wd on the public aa a certain cure ; but
Is renlly th VERY T.F.ST remedy ever compotinde
for the cure of Coughs, Colds. Sore Throat, Asthma,
Whooping Cough, iironchitis and Consumption. Thuu
ands of people iu California slid Oregon have bttPD
already bvutittud by tlie turprisicg curative powr
kr.d trith or.n accord give it thoir unqualified appro
butioQ. We now nUirt-ss ourst-lves to all who r.re ua
acquainted with this, the greatest Panacea of the a(.-p,
for the healing of a'l disosie of Ilia Throat au4
Lungt, aiuru: you that '
ha cured thousand! and it will euro YOU if you Irj
This invaluable medicine is pleasant to the tasta
Booihing, healing and strengthening iu its e Beets; r
tirely free from all jxjisouous or deleterious drugs,
aud perfectly harmless undor all circumstances.
Certificates from many prominent ciliaeua of S
Frauciscw accompany every botvla of
REWNOTAN Jt C". AgaU, San Frfnrtstcr.
H V W ILL YOU DELAY
We are sorry that there art
persons who suffer on day by day
month after month, and year by
year,when friends 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 w orst case of scrof
ula, Canker, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, etc.; yet still there are
those who neglect this sure and
valuable remedy. To such w
say, try the syrup and be convinced.
REDINGTON A Co., Agents,
415 and 413 Front street,
If faithfully used according to directions
will cure evefv ca.e of Diabetes, nd greatly
mitigate the troublesome efiVcts 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 Cathoiicon uniformly enres Prolapsus
Uteri, Whites, all irregularities of the Month
W period, suppression, i neon tin eace o f L, r, e
Bloating, and Dropsical swellmgs and ,
diseases of pregnancy. The PC nf
this medicine is imminent and certain t pon
the Urine and abdominal muscles and 1 ga-nVenVs-restoring
them to r J
as those of childhood and youth, so that pa
twlL who have used the Graelenberg Compa
nVs Uterine Cathoiicon, cannot Hifficienfcy
Xpri lkeir gratitude for relief aflordef.
fiEDIXGT'N t O. Agent. ;
MIS CEL UA NEO US. o
Fourth of Jul) !
IT IS ALL A MISTAKE ABOUT xt
OREGON CITY ! o
On the Fourth of July I
Everybody will celebrate, principally
because they can get such astounding bar
gains in Fire-Works of A. Lew, -vv&o'hai
made erery arrarrgment to supply
S-i-St) MANY CITIZEN
JOHN H. SCHRAI,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Main street; between Third and Fourth,
THE attention of parties (lesiiing any tiling
in my line, is directed to my stock, be
fore making purchases elsewhere. o
(ly) JOHN II. SCURAM.-
A. H. BSLL.
E. A. PA2ESS;
BELL &, PARKER,
I RUG GISTS
AND DEALERS IK
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Painty
Perfumery, Oils, Varnishes,
And every article kept in a Drug Storo.-
S3.) Main- Street, Oregon Citv.
L. ZIGLER & SON.,
Oregon City, Oregon.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW PRE
JL pared to make all manner of ware in the
line of cooperate, from a well-bucket to a
hogshead, of both bilge and straight work,
on short notice, aud at reasonable rates.
Call and examine samples of our work, aa
it is its own recommendation. o
S3.6m) L. ZIGLER 4 SO.K.
Good Templar's Be sort S
One: f.or South cf the Post Ojjic',
Oregon City. ........ OnEoos.
rpiIE PROPRIETORS TAKE PLEASUIE
JL in stating that they have litted up tn
bo-e Resort in good shape, and will keep
cpeii erery day and evening, (Sundays ex
cepted.) fur the entertainment ot the public,:
with Billiards, etc., on rtrk-tly tiinpeiancu
principle. Ice Cream served on Sutmyav q
and Sunday evenings. (:3.t',ni
KELLY & PJLSI.URY, Proprietors.
A. J. MOXROE. W. A. K. MELI.LN.
MONROE & MELLEN,
Dealers in California, Vermont, and
Italian Marbles, Obelisks, Monu o
me nt s, Head and Foot, stones,
Mantles and Furniture Marble furnished1,
to order. Z2.lf
C. P. FERRY,
(Late Ferry 4 Foster,)
No. ICS Front street, Portland.
Agent North British and Mercantile
And Manhattan Life Insurance Co
JT Bond, and Rear Estate bought and
sold on Commission.
A CARD FOIt TUli
Spring & Summer Ciothin
Trade of S.iii FVaiicisco.
BACGrER & LINEENBERGER,
Nos. 411,- 41S and-415 Battery street,
Cor. Merchant, San Francisco.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
ENTIRE NEW ANB FRK8II STOCK. !
"VVTE WOULD CALL ATTENTION OF
V f Country Merchants to our usually
large stock of Gooris. Our stock comprise
every article in the Clothing and Furnishing-'
line. We have constantly on hand the larg
est and greatest variety of Cassimeres
Woal Hats, of any house in San Francrscov
aud our prices for these goods are less than
these of any house, as ve receive theni di
rect frurn the manufacturer's consignment.
Oilr stock of Spring and Summer Goods it
particularly attractive, and the great feature
fo the country merchant is the unusually
Less than the Cost cf Importation f
We also keep the staple articles in tba
Dry Goods line, which Goods we have pur
chased in this market under the hammer,
and are offering them at New Vork cost, or
We publisTi this card in order that we may
make new acquaintances, and induce those
who have not heretofore purchased of us, to1
call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices !
Are the greatest inducements to all who
purchase to sell again. Mei chants who buy
of us can make a good profit, and sell to'
their customers at a low figure. m
H't remain., R(vctfiill.xi your Ott Serv'faf
BADGEli 4 LIN'DENBERGER,
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse,
Nos 411,413 aud415 Battery street, Sn
Family 1'C t1oIoiSf
Patented October ISth, 1863. o
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue. Maize,
French Blue, Maroon',
Claret Brown, Orange',
Dark Brown, Pink,
Light Brown Purple f
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solfrrina,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
- Yellow, Light Fawn Drab
FOIt UYELXG SILK,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarf,-
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, bonnets.
Hats, Feathers, Children's Clothing,'
Antl all Kind ol" Wearing Jlpparei;-
A Saving: Eighty per Cent.
For 25 cents you can color as many cooda
as would otherwise cost five times tbat sum.--Various
shades can be produced from the
same dye. The process is simple, and anr
one can use the dye with perfect success.
Diiections in English, I rench and Germaa
outside of each package. '
IIOWE & STEVENS,
So6 Broadwav, Boston.
For sale by SMITH & DAVIS. Portlands
Oregon. - 21.
Property in Oregon City !
One house and two lots, together
with the household (roods anrt furni-
tor. 28J Ajrpiy to J. E. HUKFOKIT