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Kin,. The Match Game ot' J;ie
j, ,; j,Iavel on hi-t Monday, at Portland,
between the Occidental club of Vancouver,
and tb' Clackamas club of this city, was
v.oa by the former, by eight runs. The
J'lme i " !iave lL'vn t',jt,'s:e;l li'ju
''tMv'we'.l. Mr. A. J. Apporson of tliu
citV.'actl as umpire. Mr. Hugh Fo.-Pt as
scorer for the Ciaekaui.t.-J club and Mr.
Frauk Ua.scber fti.e Occidental. Th;
record of the iiitihis. us Miowa by the
6corer.H bok. is as follows :
1 S 3 1 5 G 7 ' ! J
1 o 'J 1 0 0 0 1 0
0 0 a 1 0 1 0 2 0
o 1 a 1 0 " 0 1 o
o 1 -2 1 0 1 0 1 0
o 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1
o 2 110 10 2 1
o -j 2 0 0 1 0 1 o
o 1 1 O 1 0 0 2 0
0 1 110 0 1 2 0
1 9 14 7 14 1 13 2
J'ptrftin, C. f.
D Leahy, lid I.
C.p tMcNamara c
Cn! DC"-, l i
W. i..hv, 3 s
FroeVtel, 1 b
Orr. r f
Home Huns. Gilbert, I.
Cut.t Pope, p
Randall. S S
"ruw ther, 1 it b
( 'I. anion), 2 J d
jbochng, I f
J't-nse, c f
Feiimvs, r f
Total 3 6 -i 6 2 G 7 0 10
Home Runs- Barclay, 1 ; Randall, 2.
OCCIDENT I. NINK.
Av. ftO-A 'layer put out.
Fly. Foul. Strike. 1st' 2d. Sd. L.B.
J'ctrain, 2 .. ..
v eNainara, . .
W. Leahy, . .
Urii.btel . .
Fiv. Foid. Strike. 1st. 2d.
.; i .. ..
Cope. Ii -. 1
Crowther, . . . . . . 5
Ch.irniau, 1 . . . . . . '2 ...
K.llv -2 ..
The Hn;i!l says : The best of feeling
ptwsdled throughout, although each side
uppestred to bo in 'i ch it; to rested in iho
game, and did their best to beat. At the
f!ineluH':j:i of the game a beautiful wreath
ut thnvers wsiproseiiied to tlufOocident.il
Clubby Mrs. Fellows, of Oregon Citv,
and appropriate, remarks were inside upon
its reception. Although the Clackamas
boys feel a little chagrined at their defeat
yet all seemed highly plea.-.ed with the
trip and the day's exercises.
Xkw Road. On Tuesday last
Chark'iQ Knowles and Ji ve Leonard.
Portland, paid us giving visit. They had
t is hod uswego oy team, having Massed
over theevv road between that place and
the White House, which is represented as
hci-DT belter for travel than the road be
tween tiiis city and Miiwaukie-. We should
like Id see the road from wego cnliivaed
to Oregon City, and a decent ferry .started
here. Vebeiiee it would pay. Mes.-rs.
''i-t, i .vies and Leonard expressed rhern-scTve-i
)leased with iln trip. and promised
to call 'Again. They also called cn Mr.
3 1 1 1 1 ; i ! o !. I .-. re leaving town, e.s the card
nil a dangt ;mus apoeai li g ( .;. "I now in
our o.lieo will show to tic euriou.-..'
e have heretofore
our rewl-v 1 1.) the
calle.l the aC. -fit ion of
importance of securing t!e
their lands fr iu ilie Cnio'd
patents f r
know toy d;tl:.r.!ti-4 in attending to busi-ne-s
s.oreuuee. but the ;:.ij:or'.a!iee of lids
art eamtot be over co- t-o i-i'ten ;a'ed.
'l i' Ti-tore. wo say save voer.,,jj llr., x,
family 1 1" : 1 1 fu.ure trof.lde by perfectiiig
Othitide to your .home. Keinember your
0 diiplicate receiii' of j.nrchase is imt a'o,V.
an 1 that p.uoui of d.-ed from the Oov
critm.'.'it arciiy i.iakes your title perioct.
H'tTiinnvwv. We learn frcin Mr. "Wade,
Le.'ister . if the Lund Ofliee, that t!ie ! its
ot the public rfurvevs of townshijjs . R.
i- ... .. t. . - ;. .
o. .eo tV i i,a:iges .i t .'.-.;. i.. tave
1 a w.tiidrawn iroui the Re.ui-ier's (dice
i:i:t;l tl-elimits of tiie I'niatilla Indian
Jte-'t :a s!i:.H luive been surveyed and
the :;reas on both sides of Wild" lior-e
reck calculalod and expressed upon u.e
!a;s, jn order that the Kcseiwatiou niav
be protected fr.toi sale
q Tvi'os ; Lvok. Witiun the past throe
m ontiis several menjbers of the crai'i; have
turned up tnimi.s. Two were elected to
the Legislature in Washington Territory,
oiio nominated for a lucrative office in
California, with a fair chance of an elec
tion. Two of the t'rc'imiun establishment.
Q0!;r friend Harry Levins and Mr. Turner,
were married, and now we have to record
the good fej'tune of our generous voting
h'iend Jiiliuslh X. Moroland, who 'led to
the hyrneiual altar, on Juiv :'-!. Miss Ab
ide It. Kline, at Poi-o Citv Idaho.
A(vn;:r. ,GOii l.ut Thursday as Hon.
m.CCreeiiwood, of Marion county, was
pa-sing Up the river with hi.-, team along
die public road, he met an acquaintance.
QHnisnrt distance above this citv and stop
ped. OnMariing. th- team became un
maiiagcaMe. and w9re thrown over the
bank into the river, one horse breaking
hn leg in the fall, ami both were ii ru u ncil .
O The horses were both tine animals, and the
iocs is about " ).
P.t'sixKss CornTKsv. When the Oregon
Iron Works at Portland were destroyed by
firo&bere were a large number of jobs on
0ha:;d inethe shop not fmlshcL Not having
the facilities to complete th's work, Mr.
Pavid Monustcs, a pioneer mechanic of
Portland, fend a liberal gentleman, kindlv
epened his foundry to the unfortunate
oir.pany. and thev'went in. and are now
employed at tini.-hing their orders.
Aokxo w i .k i ; m knt. We are under obli
gations to Majojr ttraiman, the newsdealer
of San Francisco, for late papers. Also
tocJ'ol. We-t. messenger of the Orlonine.
for ail tlieS,m Francisco dailies up to the
hour of sailing for Portland. If these gen
tlemen continue their favors we shall make
Otheui a handsome bequest in our latter
'lays. Ail we have to cive now is our
hest wishes and our thankfulness.
Aeoumm. Mr. Daniel Harvey of this
c-ty. was acquitted at Portland on last
Vihjosday, ode trial for perjury. It is
6 'd none of his witnesses were examined,
(&1 the case went to the jury without the
I'ojper papers for a conviction, which
ie in the Lands e-f the Prosecuting At
torney. C amp Mf.etinu. We are requested by
Key. Mr. Pevore, to state that the Pock
( feck camp meeting will hold over to
imrrow. Th tff tendance has beea quite
Luge, weather pleasant, and much interest
hi the services.
or.NDs Coon. It is music to our ears,
to heur the plaining machinery running
constantly the Miller Sc ; Pease m'iH, ia
m.H jty. It ...unds good, and shows us
.at "11 life hi not vet. extracted from the
Vxtzii pirr.o. W. Pope & Co. of this
citv . are Tinw l.,.. ;i.. . i ... .
. . - . .. ousov einpioveu in inanu-
tUO llili,- for ("lr,.,r.m ftlv
The E-tkki::isk. Last week the Oui:
cox Citv ExTKr.rnr.-c was enlarged by the
audition of one column to each page, and
the k'ngfhenirtg of ail coluintin in a cor
responding measure. Now we are giving
to our readers a weekly paper in every
respect equal to any hi Oregon, except
those which are compiled liom daily edi
tions in Portland. To enlarge at this time
may seem to some extra hazardous, but
we curetully counted the cost beforehand,
and if our patrons do not fail to keep their
i tilth with us. shall go on us thy p iper now
appears, promising other additions as we
are enabled to make them. Otherwise the
paper wid be reduced to the origin.;! size.
We hare determined Jo lift it be said that
this town, with its advantages, has a paper
equal to the times, if not in advance of
other matters about us and while we are
not given to grumb'ir.g run.-t. urge those
iu arrears hr their subscription, and job
work .specially, to come forward and set
tle the same. At the close of this volume,
tiiree months hence, we w ish to have the
old boohs fully and finally closed all ac
counts square, and .advance payments for
volume two. Wo know thai we render a
fair equivalent to ail our patrons for their
favors, and feel that we are deserving of
the support of every citizen ofthi.-t county,
at least, yet there are hundreds of men
who have not yet subscribed for the E
TEKi'itisK. Men who are taking weekly,
into their families. Eastern publications
that are worse than Irusb : papers which
exercL-j a pernicious effect upon their
children, and which ought not to receive
the support of enlightened people, when
there ate plenty of papers pul-pi-died which
are tree from evil intiuonces. The excuses
of such men generally are : that they now
take so many papers they canuot aiford
their county- journal. It never seems to
occur to another class of people, who take
no paper, that there are in every vicinity
many things of local interest which the
county paper makes known, and which
could reach the public in no other way.
The reports of the proceedings of the
courts?, of public meetings, of local socie
ties, etc.. are all of general interest, and
are worth more than the paper costs, ft
is taken as sin index by strangers of the
prosperity of the section where published.
One wishing to go to a new place natural
ly looks to the local paper to give him in
formation concerning the resources and
development of the vicinity, and its ap
pearance and contents exercise no small
inliuencc in deciding as to the destrabiiity
of the location. The inTiou'-e of a well
eomluc'od paper in attracting attention
and immigration to a town or county, and.
consequently increasing the value of
propei ty. is very great, -and is sufficient
reason why it should receive support from
till enterprising utul intelligent citizens.
;-iomelii:ies a Democrat evades subscribing
for the HvTKnruisK by saving that lie does
not care to take it from partisan motives.
We say to all such that if t'aey will sub
scribe for the Jo-mM. stud (his paper, they
have ail they want. Tims tlo-y won! .1 ob
tain the journal designed to meet iheir
own special wants, and not entirely ex
clude the object we have in view, of giv
ing them a useful paper. Union men will
be found who p. Is o come under the head
of evading their duty-, by raying that we
are not partizan enough. The Orciju-n'mn
and K)-e::i';usk is ail they want. Othe-s
prefer the A-hwa' let liiem a:-o take
the L-'-ti:u;'K!se. As a general thing the
Ih.'j oKi'itiK will be found to contain a
class of reading during each volume to
more than return an eouivaleut for three
dollars. Try it.
A STrsau? tfiox. We feel scarcely able
to express our thanks to Mr. Charles E.
Murray, of this city, for the beautiful sign
which now adorns the front of the Kvrcn
nusK Ori-scK. It is rich, and more showy-,
perhaps, than any other s-ign in Oregon,
and as Mr. Murray has painted many for
p irties in California, he assures us we have
the neatest, of i.r.y priming otlice oh the
coast, io say tin' lea.ii. We certainly feel
great pride in ii --and well we should-
kuowiug that If was ewof.'ed bv one
among i;s so skillful, and so deserving of
patronage. We have always maintained
that cur Lome mechanics, in whatever
avocation, were as skultrd as those of their
class in any other part of the country
and -te'.i work as Mr. Murray is doing
proves it. in ids case, without special c ail
ment. Sometimes a neat job of wu k is
warded by parties who do not take the
trouble to inquire whether it can be done
at homo, until after they have so,;f to chm
Francisco, or elsewhere and they have
been disappointed by paying more for an
article than our own homo lueehanlcs
would have furnished tin tu in more sa'i.s
taefory My ie. ii is always safeM to pat
ronize home first. P.y sendltto abroad you
are only retarding your own interests.
Mr. Murray has our special acknow'edg
men's, for the conspicuous, manner in winch
he has placed us before the public and
our wi-dncs tire that he may live long to
see it daily, and meet with abundant suc
cess in pursuing his labors among us.
A(Tim:T. On Saturday lu-d Mr. ',. C.
Lewis met with an accident o:i descending
the Auerncohy hill cn v. h it is known as
the canyon road, lie had just started
down the hill, which is a long stud very
steep (one. when the breeching to his har
ness broke away, letting the wagon upon
his horse, and causing the animal to run.
On approaching the .-harp bend or curve
iu the road, unavoidably the horse, wagon
and sill 'were precipitated on a stump,
throwing Mr. Lewis and Mi Mary Prown.
who was w ith him, out with such violence
as to injure Mr. L. considerably, and ut
terly demolishing the wagon. Miss Prown
roceivtd but siight injuries On the
Saturday previous Mr. Isaac Fa it's horse
ran away with him on descending the hill
in this city, mid .Mr. Farr w;ts so badly in
jured that he kept his bed several days.
Pi-tu.sox.vL. Mr. J. A. Conuuibrd, late
editor of the licv'uir, called upon us on
last Saturday, c;t route to Portland, w here
he will take steamer for San Francisco.
Mr. Comerford, socially, is very much of
a gentleman. . . .On the same day we were
agreeably surprised to see friend C. P.
1 erry. Treasurer of the city of Portland,
in our .s-'iefi'Oi. Mr. Ferry is an active,
stirring gentleman, such sis you will nwr
j'tni.t cm,1 of sorts ami grumbling that he lias
oast his "lot in Oregon. Such, if you
please, as those who always succeed in
business Lev. Mr. Plakely. associate
editor of the ia.;;.;:', was also in town on
Saturday. He has met with a very suc
cessful business tour, thus 1'ar, canvassing
back to Sau Francisco, overland from
Wtui-AMF-TTK Ii'.ox Wo::!is. We had the
pleasure of visiting the Willamette Iron
Works at Portland, a lew days .-ir.ee. Not
withstanding our friend llaiioci; gets
ered.it for doing a .good share of the polit
ical work at Portland he seems not to
neglect Lis private atlairs. The Willam
ette Works is of recent origin, but l.my
show that business has been, and stiil is.
promising. Mr. Nation, superintendent
of the company, is i:i poor health, but he
ltas lately got out. beside.; the usual
amount of machinery for other?, a splen
did engine of ; horse power for the com
pany, which takes the place of one past in
use of 12 horse power. The capacity of
the works we found to have more than
doubled since our visit last January.
This does not show very pinching times.
Caution. We would caution our lady
friends owning canaries. about leaving the
cages in exposed places. On last Satur
day a chicken hawk pounced down upon
a tine singer owned by Leon. Ihller. and
destroyed the bird in its cage, at the door
of the Lincoln Bakery, on Main street.
Such a bold stroke on the part of a wild
bird is rarely seen.
Axvnuui CiiALt-EXv;:-:. Wo learn that
the Clackamas club ot this e'ty have sent
the Occidental of Vancouver a challenge
to meet them on the grounds of the club
in this city on the "2 'id or -ffJinst.
iiie return game between
the Benedicts and Bachelors of Clackamas
club was played on Thursday resulting in
favor of the latter by -Ui points. In justice
to the married men wo would state that
they did their boss but signally failed.
Mm I::i;ivxi : As the match game
played between the BenT-dicts and Bachel
ors yesterday is claimed by the latter. 1
deem it my duty to inform you otherwise.
Jt resulted in an even game, the Bachelors
doing all the baiting and scoring, and the
Bene iicts doing all the chasing after the
haii 1 Yours.
Juiv 13 IS ii7.
IlEccn "ks Bkxedict.
Pi.vxos. II. Sinsheimer & Co., of New
York, manufacture the bell metal, patent
Agraffe Grand Scale Piano Forte, of which
II. Sinsheirner, No. Ill Front street. Port
land, have on hand a complete assortment,
which he offers at wholesale or retail.
Mr. S. is also agent for Steimvay it Sons
celebrated piano fortes, and for A. II
Thompson's Patent Swell and Voice
Tretnalo Choral Organ. It will remuner
ate miy person for the time spent, in tak
ing a look at these instrument!, as they
ate beautiful to behold and their sounds
sweet to hear.
St ci.tME CilEKK. J. J. Knowlton t Co..
o.Td Kearney street, San Francisco, sent
us a map of " Newport, Cal.'-' The jiai
I'Jin exposes it as being ' a grand swind
ling scheme for selling lots to gullible peo
ple in the Eastern and Western States.
Probably J. J. Knowlton thought we
would give the scheme a notice. Perhaps
we should had we not previously been
swindled by that firm out of a bill'for ad
vertising, which they have received the
Done Up. The Oregonlan of yesterday
" docs'" the Salem nincompoop up in this
style : " A fellow w ho gets a hearing
through a Salem paper boasts that he was
once known in Portland as editor of this
journal. That lie was here for a shwrt
time is true : and he. might add that this
journal had some difficulty to recover from
the infliction. Also that it is still con
scious of having been "bilked-' out of
some hundred of dollars in cash through
his instrumentality." Sam thinks he has
a ' reputation as a winter on this coast.""
Perhaps he has a " reputation" fur some
C.U-GUT Up. For three weeks past, in
consequence of sickness in the Editor's
family, this paper has been from six to
t m hours behind time. This Week, how
ever, thanks to Mr. F. A. Hill, who gave
us a lilt, we are up to time, or at least so
nearly so that in future the paper will ap
pear as of old.
IIkiu.s Up. Yesterday afternoon anoth
er large Cougar was brought to town,
heels up, in a farmer's; wagon. These
monsters w ill soon be like the tribes of
Pooshieti America, vide la.-.t ILirpcr, if our
rural friends do not let them alone.
Laid Up. Our friend P. II. Good met
with an accident on Thursday evening,
white hewing out a slick of timber with
which to frame a better foundation for the
E.vratrKiSK building, by cutting his loot,
and i.s now unable to attend to business.
Fi.F.Asnu-; i'AKrv. Mr. aud Airs. Kester,
Miss Kester and Miss Obey, lately left us
for a trip to Yaqniua Bay-. The Hale
J'jvrn'il notices their arrival at Eugene,
and .-peaks of parties at Albany ami Cor
vallis who were to accompany them. P.
S. The party rcturued a few days sJnce
CiiAxo:-; or STK.Mi-:us. The G.r.rife says
the J'- will probably not be able to
reach Corvsillis many mote times during
the mi miner. The o wiil take her
place being of lighter draught.
A:.tr.-r:::. A Washington dispatch of ;
the Dili says the General Land OHice lias'
adjusted the claim of Oregon for live years
and found ;ecuri:ig to the State upon net
sa.Ies of public htnds for the year lf-Oo and
leuU, due the State vfo.otid.
M i (
.'.xi A ut. The music and art gal
Mr. V.. T. Shunahan, Portland.
gen. is ;t place where all that is pleas
ing and meritorious may be seen and
heard. See advertisement.
Bi:-0:u;!-:r. We sire requested to state
that the select school of Miss Oiney and
Miss Pevore. at the Baptist Church in this
cliy. will re-open on Monday next.
SPIJ CIAL NO TJCES.
Wonderful but True. Msulatne
Remington, the wcild-rcnowned Astcologist
and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in a
clairvoyant state, delineates the very features
of the person you are to marry, and by the
aid of an instrument of intense power,
known as the Psychomotrope, guarantors to
produce; a perfect and lite-like picture of the
fut uro husband or wife of the applicant, with
date ot iiiai i uige, occupation, leading traits of
character, Ac. This is no imposition, as tes
timonial, without number can assert. By
stating place of birth, age, disposition, color
of wyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents,
and slaippcd envelope addressed to yourself,
yon wiil receive the picture by return mail,
together with desired information. Address
iu continence, Madame GcuTiiroB Keiwixo
tox, P. O. Box 2i.i7, West Troy, X. Y. it'nly
A Young Lady lleturning to her
country home, after a sojourn of a few
months in the city, was hardly recognize .1
bv her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic.
Hushed face, she had a soft ruby complexion
of almost marble smoothness, and instead of
twenty-three she really appeared but eigh
teen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of so
great a change, she plainly told them that
she used the Circassian Balsa, and considered
itaniuvalual.de acquisition to any Lady's
toilet. liy its use any Lady or Gentleman
can improve their personal appcstnuice an
hundred fold. It, is simple in its combi
nation, as Nature herself is simple, yet
unsurpassed m its eiiieaev in di awing
itnpurities from, also healing, cleansing
and beautifying the skin and complexion.
P.y its direct action on the cuticle it draws
from it all its impurities, kindly healing the
same, and leaving the surface as Nature in
teiuied it should be, clear, soft, stnooth ami
beautiful. Price 1, sent by Mail or Kxpress.
i n receipt of an order by Vi L. CLALK i
Co., Chemist. No. " West Fayette Street,
Syracuse, X. V. The only American Agents
for the sale of the same. e .hiy
Know thy Destiny. Madame E.
F. Thornton, the great English Astrologist
Clairvoyant and Psychometrieian, who has
astonished the scientiiie classes e the Old
V'orld. has now located herself at Hudson,
X. Y. Madame Thornton possesses such
wondeful powers of seeonu sight, as to ena
ble her to impart knowledge of t he greatest
importance to the single or married of either
sex. While in a state of trance, she delineates
the very features of the person you are to
marrv, and by the aide!" an instrument of in
tense powerknown as the Psvchomotrepe,
trisai aniees to prce.ued a life like picture of
the future husband or wife of the applicant,
together with date, of marriage, position in
lit-, leading traits of character, Ac. This is
no humbug, as thousands ot testimonials
can assert. She will send when desired a
certified certificate, or written guarantee,
that the picture is what it purports to be.
Hy eaciosinz a small lock ofhair, and stat
ing place of birth, r.ge, disposition and com
plexion, and enclosing fifty cents and
Mumped envelope addressed to yourself, you
wilt receive the picture an t desired informa
tion by return mad. All communications
sncre iiy cotiii.lentjii'. Address iu confidence,
Maoame K. F. Thornton, P. O. Box 22:j,
Hudson, X, Y. (iithly
! If you wish the very Lose Caiunet Photo
! ca.U'HS. vou must call oiiDu.uii.ki- A Uvlof
i sov, 42;) 'Montgomery street. San Francisco.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
Cliarman & Brother
STILL ON HAND!
FTER FOUPvTLEX YEARS EXFEP.I
x ence in business in this city, under the
old motto thstt "A Nimble Sixpence is Bet
ter than a Slow Shilling," we propose to oiler
greater inducement than ever to our custom
ers to pay us cash for goods, as we are deter
SELL CHEAP FOR CASK!
Whidi Is the only Remedy
For tte Present cry of Ilard Times.
We beg leave to i a for in our numerous cus
tomers that we have just received, direct
from San Francisco, a
Large and well Selected
STOCK OF GOODS
SUITABLE FOE, THIS HAREET.
Consisting in part, of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries,
Hardware t Queeasivare, e!c.,
PAINTS! OILS!! c,-c.
Together with a splendid assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of every description, all of
The best quality, and latest styles. Also:
HATS AND CAPS!
Of every description, for both
The Ladles' and Gents' Wear
Gents' r.nd Ladies' Furnishing Goods kept
constantly on hand, all of which we will seil
at the very lowest price for cash. Couutiy
produce tiskcu in exchange fur goods.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the country. Also: To consignments of
goods, and prompt returns made tur the
I if "We return our thanks to our numer
ous customers for their past patronage, aud
ask a continuance of the same, pledging our
selves to act honestly with nil who favor us
with their trade. ' CHAR-MAN Jt PRO.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF SASH.
Doors, and blinds, always on hand
ior sale by
chaumax .v ppo.
IATLXT MF.PICINFS of all kinds kept
for sale by C1IAUMAN A. PRO.
made chairs, constantly on hand by
CHAPMAN A PRO
riMl I'LL IXC. KYI'S
a made w ool-baiting, for
CHAPMAN' o PRO
TILOFR. BACON. LAPP. AND DRIED
fruits, keot constantly on hand by
CHAPMAN A PRO.
7" ALL PAPER, WIXPOW Curtains
ot ail Kitiils. and paper shades.
Sold by CHAPMAN .v PRO
Nails, rope, etc.. just received by
CHAPMAN S: PRO.
I Keeiers, reives, etc.. for sale by
CHAPMAN A PRO
ALL OF WHICH WE Wi i .L SELL AT
the 1 owes i market value for CASH, or
such produce as our trade will io-edY.
CUARMAN A-'PIP .
y CHAPMAN A PRO.
G. W. POPE & Co.,
BEALF. RS IN
Piw'ps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper and Sliest Iron Ware,
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly on hand a
irood assortment f Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tigiit, and other stoves, suitable to this
niai Ket, winch arc being
Offered tit Portland Prices !
Our assortment in this line is large, and em
braces almost any desired pattern, including
BLACK KNIGHT, kc.
Roofing and Jobbing of every description
done to order, iu a manner that cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be found a good assortment of Hard
ware, Woodeuware, etc.
C. W. POPE & Co.
Oregon City, Anril 2'dh. 1 1.
A. J. MOVKOE. W. A. K. MELI.KX.
Dealers in California, Vermont, and
Italian Marbles, Obelisks, Monu
mails, Head and Pool stones,
.Mantles and Furniture Marble furnished
to order. U-J.lf
a. u. eribforik
S R '.MOVED TIIE BALANCE OF
bis stock of
Wines and Liquors,
Xo, 1! Frst ret-t, PorSIatnl, Orgon.
Directly in the rear of his former place of
busine.-s. Parties in want of Extra line
Wines and Brandies, will do well to call.
Empty Pipes and Barrels for Sale. (-J7.tf
IJotice to Leonard A. Cuiriniings.
II('IIA!:i) OL'GH vs. LEONARD A.
i CCMMIXGS. Content for hind in T. 1
N. it. 5 P. Notice to Leonard A. Cummings,
Richard Oneh bavirsr aiudied at this oihee
to enter as a pre-en: otiou right, the lot 4 of
section SI, the X. " Vi". quarter of X. A".
quarter of section -2s, and the E. half of
N. h. qusuter ot section Z'.i, in i. is.
R. 5 P., alleging that you have abandoned
said land, and ti tin -r proof in support of such
idlesiation ; 1 on are, therefore, hereby uo
tiiied that vou will be allowed until the Sotb
day of Jul v. 1-tjT, to appear at tins otliee and
establish your right to said tract of land,
otherwise" said uroof of abandonment w ilt
be taken as true, and your entry theieol re
ported lor caticiiatieai.
OWEN" WADE. Resistor.
1 1 EN K V W'AK U LN . Receiver.
Land Office. Oresion City Oresron, June -l
Free to Everybody. A large j 2P
Circular, giving information of the greatest
;r,nrtnnw to thfi voune- of both sexes. It
teaches how the bouielr may become beauti
fol tin; desnised rejected, and the forsaken
loved. No young lady or gentleman should
fait to send their address, aud receive a copy
post-paid, bv return mail. Address P. O.
Ih-awfi- 21. 'frov. X. Y. i'r.nr7
OREGON CITV BUSINESS.
5. It. EALSTOIi,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
Corner of Main and Fifth streets,
OREGON CITV, OREGON.
STOCK COXSISTS IX PART OF TIIE
lollowing articles :
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
LONG ec SQUARE SHAWLS,
LADIES' SILK CLOAKS,
BROWN & BLEACHED MUS
LINS, GENTS' EURXISIING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
GROCERIES, ALL KINDS,
DOORS, S ASH, HARDWARE
PAINTS OILS, &c, &c, &c.
For tJe LatcsC Style
OF GENTS' CLOTHING!
K t Co to Act.t nniui a .' t
- - ' - s
izi SPBKla STYLES U
.... o ... .
Wishes to inform his Old Friends,
uiul the public generally that he
has received by the last steamer
A FL'LL VARIETY OF
H p ii g Goods!
The Largest Stock that bus ever yet come
to this market, consisting of such as
DRY GO OPS!
Ot almost every kind !
Of the very latest Styles !
BOOTS AND SHOES!
In great variety !
Mens. Ladles, Misses and ChMdreiCs
Hats, all nf the latest stile for
SPRING WEAR! '
Also, a well selected stock of Croeenes,
and all other snoods in proportion. Please
give me a call and examine fur yourself. Xo
trouble to show goods.
tc?"l will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
S. ACK KRS AN,
Chairman &. Warner's eld brick store,
lyl i Main st., Oreuon City.
X. P. All kinds of Produce bought.
c o si i a n y
THE APOVE COMPANY ARE X0W
producing a quality of
Superior to any ever before olTered
cn tlis Pacific Coast !
CASS I ME RES.
2 c7" Using only the best grades of Wool.
The above goods nre ottered to the trade
on the nios' favorable terms. All orders
will meet with piuiopt attention.
Address : It. JACOSi. Ajrent,
-o.r.m ) OroL'iin Citv, Oretron.
Or L. WHITE & PitO.Agetits'at Portland.
AVcst Sitle IIaiii Street,
Oregon City Oregon.
HAVING REMOVED IXTO MY
NEW BTJIIi DING!
WOULD INFORM TIIE PUBLIC THAT
I still continue the manufacture of
Boston, Baiter, Sugar and Soda
cf-c, cf-c, r.
In mtilition In which 1 u-il i k con rnn si iiTill v
on baud a large stock ot the best staple aud
I am alsi agent for the celebrated nurscry
of 11. MILLKR, Milwaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders tor r lowers and shrubbery
at the N ursery ju ices.
l:ly Ij. DiiAA-.ii..
I OHNSONA MeCOWX ARE THE Local
j Agents in Oregon City, of the Pacific
lire Insurance Company, (lie best doing
business on this coast. This Company is
the only one in Oregon that
Issue Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the case to San Francisco.
ALSO, AGENTS OP TIIE
Horth. America Life Insurance Co.!
Presenting the most desirable features,
having its policies guaranteed by the State
of New York.
;--;?" Don't delay attention to these mat
ters until your property is destroyed by fire,
or until vou sire sick, when vou car.uot be
insured. Call immediately. 32.tf
LOCUS & ALBUIG II X ,
EXCELSIOBlL MARKET I
Corner of pourlhand Main Sis.,
Oregon City Oregon.
TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
the onbiic that thev keen constantly on
hand all kinds tresh and salt meats, such as
C 0 i iN E D BEEF, II A MS,
PICK ELEL PORK, LARD,
And everything else to be fov,nd in their tine
of business. l. Hi t .s .t A LJUiiUU I .
Oregon City. April S-lth, 157. -My
PORTLAND BCSIXESS GUIDE.
I'ersons having business iu 1'ortbtnd are ud-vi.-ed
to note the following tirms.
CHAS. 1IODOK. .C1IAS. E. CALEF . . OEO. W. SXELL.
HOBGE, CALEF & Co.,
DETJGS and MEDICINES,
TAINTS, OILS, AKD WISDOW GLASS,
r.-inxsjEs, B 'RUS TIES, PAIXTEIM'
Hdt.-ruili, and Driiy-jigta Sundries.
07 Front Street,
Xos. 10(5 to 172
K13RGBEH & SH1NDLER !
FUItXITURE direct from Eastern Manufac
turers. Complete assortment. The
Tiade supplied on liberal terms.
I'ULU AND OTHER MATERIALS FOR
THREE-WHEELED CIIILDRX'S CAPS, ut
umisuidly luw rates.
IMPERIAL FILLING a new, elastic, and
pure article for matrasses. (uLtf
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S. J. M 5 0 9 R M 1 C K,
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as many new ones as may
not be acquainted witu the fact) that he stdl
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORB,
105 Front Street, Portland.
(exactly opposite moot hood)
Where he is prepared to furnish
IXSTRUCTIOX BOOKS for all kinds of
ciiuittrti svic itoiiKs,
BASS, VIOL, CU1TAR and VIOLIX
Id AO A 7.1 NFS,
And every other article in the above line.
- 3L. IL IE K. Y !
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
Win. T. Slianahan,
mi'OUTEIt AND DEALER IX
.17 US I CA I INSTR UMRNTS,
PINE ENGRA VINO'S,
PICTURE PR AMES
THE FINEST AND PARC EST STOCK
of Engravings, Crotnos, Plain and col
ored LilhoirrHphs, etc., ever before offered
in this market, just recei.-ed and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Views of Columbia River Scenery !
Constantly on hand.
AO EXT FOB BRADBURY S CELEBRATED
Bss22d Scale IPiassos I
Which have u'tven universal satisfaction,
and which he guarantees to sell sit San Fran
Z-fT3 Special attention piven to framing
Photoeratib Engravings, etc.
Mr. Shiiiiahan, formerly of A. Koh-
ler's establishment. San Francisco, will at
tend to tuning and repairing Pianos, Melo
deons, and all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos lor Rent. (30. ly
o 33 rjv
AND PAPER HANGING
Xo. IF? Front street, Portland,
BE(J LKAVE TO IM''U.n illK
public that they keep an extensive stock.
FLOOR AND TABLE
WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS
CORNICES AND BANDS,
And all goods in the
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY JJLNE !
We Iniport our Ooo.i Direct from tlie
Ea(, sxml sell at Francisco
11" Front street, nearly opposite Vaughn's
Wharf, Portland', Oregon. (Si,
HIGGINS &. CD:S
Home Haimfactured Soap.
OX AND AFTER JAXUARY 1st. 1C7,
we will sell our Soap at the following
rutes, for CASH, only :
Per 100 Boxes, or over, at 1 45 per Pox.
f,0 v. 1 f, 1
,-s ... 1 .Ii "
41 Bars, Si lb. 3 20 " "
20 " 19 lb. 1 '
"li7E warrant our Soap to be equal to any
article that can be imported, and su
perior to many bifiuds that nre offered in
this market. " HIGGINS 4 Ca
Xo. 8 Front street, 1 block iwrth O. W.
Port land. January 1. 1S?.7. fiPlv
L'STICES' PLAXKS. of every descrip
tion, for sale at tnc LMMin''- omi -.
Avk your neighbor to subscribe
for thij ExTKrKiSE,
MIS CEL LA NEO US.
OREGON LEATHER !
The Best on the Coast.
j-rrpr Tlios. Ariiistroiisr?
'eiSk&si Manufacturer of
Mr III ",- in ut,
ALtBliDS OF LEATHER!
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO IN
That he is prepared to furnish as cood and
durable an article of Leather as can be made
on the Pacilic Coast, at the following rates:
Harness Leather, per lb 25 to SO cents.
Extra heavy, for Concord 33
Skirting, per pound 23 to ."2 "
Pelting, in the side $. "
Cut, per square foot, l 00
Side, upper, " 1C to 20 cents.
irain Leather " " " IS to 22 "
Lij;ht Psi'd, or Grain for Wo
men's work is to 20 "
Calfskins, per doz :$;;o 00 to ,Jlo eo
Rip " " 4eoo to Oo 00
Pridle. per side 3 t-.r, lo 4
'Jol'ar, ter side 1 00 to 2 7o
Luce Leather, per side 2 00 to 4 00
-??" I do not t! dek ttistt Harness. Leather
should necessarily be made iu Santa t'rnz, iu
order to stand the test of our climate;
Z'-f Nor do I think that Pel tins, in order
to bear the strain of Oregon Msichinery, inust
be made 111 the Atlantic States.
ALL I ASK IS A
And I will prove, to the satisfaction of ail
concerned, that Oregon Leather is the best
on the Coast.
.K-?" All onlcrs wiil meet with prompt at
"blv) Mshvaukie. Oregon.
Family Iyc Coloi.
Patented October Ulh, 1-CO.
PERPECT PAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Llisht Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
L'gat Blue. Maize,
Prcuch Blue, 'Maroon,
Claret Broicn, Orange,
Dark Broicn, Pink,
Light Broim Purple,
SnutJ" Brnu-n, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Sol ferine),
Paivn Drab, Violet,
Nclloir. Light Pawn Drab.
POIl DYEii; S1I,1Z,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, (Moves, Ponnets,
HiUs, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
Ami all Iviods of "Wearing Aj;;i:ncl.
A Paving of Eighty per Cent.
For 2." cents you can color as many roods
as would otherwise cost five times that sum.
Various shades can be produced from the
same dye. The process is simple, and any
one can use the dye w ith perfect success.
Diiections in English, French and German
outside of each packnsre.
HOWE A STEVEN'S,
"or, Rroadway, Boston.
For sale by SMITH & DAViS, I'ortland
A CA15IJ Will TI3K
Spring & Summer Clotluii
Tnctc of S;a si PraiKisio.
BADGER & LITJDErJBEHCxEE,
Xos. 411, 41 3 and 41o Battery street,
Cor. ;Uevc'nint, S;m Fi'aucisco,
Importers and V holesalk Dealers
KKT1KE NEW AXB FHES1I -STOCK !
T7E WOULD CALL ATTENTION' OF
V V Country Merchants to our usnalh
large stock ol' Goods. Our stock comprises
every article in the Clothing- and Furnishing
line. We have constantly on hand the hu g
est and greatest variety of Cassimcres and
Wool Hats, of any house in Sun Francisco,
and our prices for these troods are less than
those of any Louse, as we receive them di
rect from the manufacturer's consignment.
Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is
particularly attractive, and the great feature
to the country merchant is the Unusually
Less than the Cost of Importation !
V'e also keep the staple articles in the
Dry Goods line, which Goods we have pur
chased in this market under the hammer,
and are olfering them at New York cost, or
We publish this card in order that We may
make new acquaintances, and induce those
who have not heretofore purchased of us, to
call and examine our stock.
Good Articles and Low Prices !
Are the greatest inducements to al! who
jmrchase to sell agaiu. Merchants who buy
of us can make a good profit, aud sell to
their customers at a low figure.
J Ft f-mniii, UfxiH-HfiiVti wir (Ut fierr't,
BADGLK ii. LIN DEXBEPG F.R,
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse,
Nos. 411, 4 PI and 415 Battery street, San
IN MOSS' BUILDING,
Main Street Oregon City
The und?rigned will keep
on hand ail the varieties of
fresh and cured meats :
Corned Beef a)td Pork,
Bacon. Hams, Lard, Tallow, c-t
A liberal share of patronage is solicited,
ns I expect to keep as good an assort men',
and of as good quality, sis the country afford
which wiii lie delivered to purchasers at any
reasonable distance in t'uu citv.
0:1 y 1 B. MAYER.
IX TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
State of Oregon for the County of Clack
amas ss. Suit in equity to dissolve marriugo
contract. Sophia Plounqtiin, plaiutitf, vs.
Manuel Felix Plounquin, defendant.
I'll cent revenue stamp cancelled.
To the ttbove named defendant : Tn the
name of the State of Oregon you are hereby
required to appear and answer the complaint
tiled against vou in the above entitled action,
iu thcVourt aforesaid, by the fir-t. day of
thf nevt term thereof, which will be begun
and held more than site weeks after the date
of this summons. And if you fail to answer
the comohur.t as aforesaid, the plaintiff will
take judgment against you for costs and dis
bursements of this action, and apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint on hie, to-wit : A decree forever dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now existing
between vou ana plaintiff, and also to have
he children named in said conijdaict given
into the custcdv of" plaintiff.
JOHNSON' & MeCOWX,
Attoruevs fee Plaintiff.
Oregon City, July Pith, lj-'i7. (CS.tf
Q AMUEL LAMBERSOX vs. George Carble
O and James Curly. Contest for lots 4 and
.", and N W quarter of SE quarter of section
t ' s u 1 w. To the above ntinied fierge
Carlile and James C'arty ; Samuel Laniber
scn having ms.de app! feat ion at this otliee to
enter the above described tract of land, al
leging that yon have abandoned the same,
and filing proof in surpertof such allegation
You are hereby notified that vou will be
allowed thirty davs frotn this date to appear
at this ofiie? "and establish vour right to said
tract. Failing to do so the proof that you
hav aband.i-.ifd your claims will betaken as
true and the entry of said Lambertsou al
lowed. OWEN WAPE. Register,
1 1 KN Ii Y W A R R EN , Receiver.
Laud Office, Oregon City Oregon,
July 12th, 1-07.
: : .
BIlITrOH & GP.AY,
Attorneys at L aw,
No. 370 Seventh st., P. O. Pox 1034,
Washixotox City. If. C.
O FECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN' to LAND
O Business, lefore the Genera! Land Ollico
and Interior Department, and generally to
business before the Executive Departments
Having had years of experience in thd
Geneial Land Otliee, and a long aud succes
;'ul practice in land claims and controversies,
ve are enabled to oiler valuable services be
bre the U. S. Supreme Court. Interior De
partment, and General Land Oiliee.
"t-T We refer generally to ail U. S. Land
Olbecrs. " I-37.SIU
WHILE YOU CAN
Buy a Good Farm Cheap,
qnnrpiIRi:E HUNDRED and TWENTY
0&) X Acres of good landiSsitnateil with
in 12 mdes of Oregon City, m a scum
East course, in a nice section of the
country, is now ofi'erW for ssle at a
bargain. The hind has upon it a
WELL OF WATER.
And "0 Acres under Fence! It has
been known as the Patterson Farm
located by Abbott.
For further particulars call at this office or
upon TliUM A-CK " LENOX,
Eureka Saloon, cor. Front and Taylor,
;-,.-.tf 1 Portland. Oregon.
A Puro and Powerful Tonic,
C'orm-tivi- 11 ml Alt cvs: t i ve. of whiiiUt
fui ci'icsicj- in discjiscs afiliv
STOMACH, LI VSR AND
Prevents l'ever and Ague and Lunous Ke-
mittciit Fevers ; fortities toe system
against Miasma soul the evil efu.-cts q
"of unwholesome water ; invigor
ates the organs ot digestion
and the bowels ;
Steadies tlic .Vn vi s mttl tends to Pro
long UKMEIltAl- I51H)PF.KT.ES.
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Sick and
Nervous Headache, dceiral l.'eoiliiy,
Nervousness, I-jr-ssi.S of Spirits,
Cons-ijiation, Colic, inlcrmit-
tfcnt rovers, Sea Siekr.ess,
Cramps aud Spsisirs,
and til cuitijihitrts of cither sex
arising Ironi Bodily Weakness, v!;ether
inheicnt iu the system or
PRODUCED BY SPECI AL CAUSES.
-70THIXG THAT IS NOT V.'HOLE
li some, genial, suid restorative in its 101
ture, enters into the composition of HOS
TETTFK'S STOMACH BITTERS. This
popular preparation contains no miner, il ot
any kind ; i;o deisdiy bctar.ieal eiement ; 110
Sci-y excitant ; but i.s si ci mbimition of iho
extracts of rare babfunic hcifis. aud jihinis,
with the imrest and mildest of all diflus:
The week stoiiisich is rapidly invigorated,
and the appetite restored by lids tOi.se, and
hence it works wonders in cases of 1 M'-pepsia,
and in less confirmed finns of Iniiigt-.Mion.
Acting sis a gentle and j.aink-ss api ient, as
well asipon the liver, it also invsuiatuy re
lieves the Constipation superinduced by tr
ier oh. r actiou of the digestive and secretive
Persons of feeble habit, liabhQo Xcrrons
Attachs. Lowness ot Soirits. and Fits of
- 1-. .-. I.. .j. . t, -. ......
mr, f-i.d j'romj-t and j-erinaiuent reliet
the Ihrtei's. The testimony on this
point is com-hi-ivo, sue! f in both sexes.
As si Genuine Toi-ie, HOSTETTEifS BIT
TERS pro'!nc ifi'. cts whi:h r.mst beexpeii
enccu or wituc.-si d btfote they can be tally
appivcia'. In cases ot Constitutioual O
Weaklie.-s, Prcniatui 1; Decay, a i Pei-ioty
aud Decret.'.tui'.e aiissng rem old age. it ex
ercises the electric iui'-nc-nee. In the coiiva
b. scent stages of all diseases it oi-ersites as a
delightful invigoiant. W hen the powers of
nature are relaxed, it operates to ic-enforce
and re-cstabhsh their).
Last, but not least, it is the- only safe stiin)
uhuit, being manufacie.i ed from souiul and
inocuous iimteiiuis, and entirely free from
the acrid elements present more or less in
nil the ordinary tonics and stomachics ol tho
day. SOLD FA" FRY WHERE. O Q
f a i j j 1. 11., iALii,i',iiiiii., jijjfijis.
Port land, Oregon.
HIGHLIT IMPORTANT !
To all wising
IIOlVsK SHOEING, BLACK-'
SMITHING, IKON, ETC.
John W. Lewis,
Corner of MAIXand $E' WXD stneU,
Take9 this opportunity to inform Pis
old customers, ami the public
in general, that ho now
lias on hand
urasora plow i
And other attcrns which he warrants iu
every jiarticular to give satisfaction. The
Farming community are especially and
earnestly invited to call and see these im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All woik m bis line is done in the best
possible manner, and at ssu li y. rices as lau-t
suit all. In connection v.ilh the above de
jiai tmeiit of bu.-ine-s the undersigned is also
jirepared to manufacture
Wagons and Carriages o f every kind!
in point of style end durability
EQl'AL TO A Ti V IMPOitTKD!
Having constantly on hand for sale si iage
assortment of matt rial, consisting in pufof
1R ON STEEL, ETC.,
The proprietor is
Enabled to fill all Orders!
The Most Favorable Terms.
.yj work from this establishment.
and all material sold on order, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LEWIS.
Oregon Citv. D- l.lU. j i:;v
THE NATIONAL G0&EGS
SUSIXLSS AaD IOaDIERCE !
Corner of ALDER r.nd FRONT streets.
P Oil TLA sh Oil EG ox.
TIIIS POPULAR, PRACTICAL INP
tution oilers the be-t and most success
ful System of l'racticaf l'raitiing and thor
ough Business Discipline,
Young ami JlitWIc Aged
-J31-Z. J3L2 90 -
Por an Active, Successful Life !
;..-," Tuition f u- the lull Business Coirisc,
Those wishing to become members, will be.
admitted auy week dsiv iu tiu.CX fur. No
amimuion at the time of entering.
The College Oiizti! gWsng tuli injbrma ...
tion. is sent free to all who desire it.
-y Applicants w-U ay-p'.v iu person er
by leiu-r, to M. K. LAUDLXSLAGER,
24.Cmj q President,
Marriage and C I ia-y, aa essay op
Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate
the vital powers, with sure means of relict..
Scut free id charge in sealed letter cn vc lope
Address: Dr. J. SKILI.IX HOUGHTON.
41) Howard Assoeiat'on, Phi!adrlphia Pa.(