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TOW.V A.VD t'OVXTY.
)i n Ak.skx.u- hen re c.me to this
c;tv to engage oar present business, we
promised to agitato any ami every project
r-dru luted for the SOf.nl of the plttfe. The
United States Arsemil. fur the "Linn City
:(jt, is one of the itisiitulioiis we .should
!.tj iniri:ur war (.'apt. Eckerson
was 'sippo:iitiito select a site for the eree
ticn of 'an arsenal in Oregon, and his re
port to the Secretary recommended the !o
ealitv we have mentioned, as possessing
t',i' "f.o.-t possible sidvuutages to he Sad.
We hve the promts- that this report will
bgalled up during the uext session of
Congress. Jmas now we waut to call the
n-iitiou of eapitu'ists to the same kind
of au enterprise which would l-o-.v pry
well. We may safety rcr.ew our predic
tions that China and J-. pan will call upon
mh for all we can spare in the ll:u of
hn-aA'tvATrhut the prosecution of that
commerce should not lead us lo neglect
other branches of trado. Ammunition and
iire anus, it is said, arc among the leading
articles in apparent request in the Japan
ese market.' Arms of superior quality
would he welcomed, and had proiituMe
"ale Uteris sind Oregon City is the place
wJi'-re they should he timtmtaefured.
Base Call. V)e promLa not to trouble
our interior readers with any more muEi-piicr.tion-tab'e
accounts of base ball games
al'diougb we are quite sure t hat. could
fxci renders as regard ttn.-Hi objectionable
become interested, they woui 1 ft. id the
reports quite readable. There can be no
ulore, exiiiierafing sport than is given the
bombers of a base ball club. The spec
tator is also allowed his enjoyment. As
agreed, last .Saturday the second r.'me of
the Clackamas club, and ths Highlanders'
Orst nine met in held in this city. This
wan their second contest for the champion
fehiy best two g unos in three. The pre
vious match had ben won by the Clacka
mas club, hence the Highlanders filtered
viib " even thing to gain,'' and did their
iretfiitst scoring 7s runs against til. and
carried off the palm by lo. The third
and last game between them will b-' p!.;yd
to-day. The Highlanders have a fin a uni
form, and the two clubs make a very fa
vorable appearance. On .Saturday ais;.
the Young i'ioneers of Portland met the
Tunr.v.tter club of this city, in this cits',
and played a match. The scoring was ia
favor of the Tumwalers, by 1 1 runs. The
in-mbcrs of there organizations are youths
between the ages of 12 and 17. and we
can think cf no mora proper in. inner they
could have .-elected to spend vacation.
Woirni Lo-.uo.vt; Ait::!:. We have no
desire to say -any tiling that would cause a
rush to the Cascade iuottatcims east of this
city, but wt" f'-el safe in assuring prospect
ors that there is a district worth looking
ui'tcr. in that direeii on. We might devote
a column of space to showing the induce
ments t li.it offer We believe rich ledges
exist there ; that they are extensive : au.d
we are convinced that il practical quartz
miners would visit the region, learn the
history of a 1 that has been done, see the
partly developed ledges, etc.. they would
shell out their lands, and display their
muscle liberally, rush ia and build mills,
pile up the ore. and at once convert the
primitive forest into buy camps.
H.u.v: i!i- ru.-: Hmkiukk. During the week
Sheriff hiritjs disposed of a pot lion of the
I'apcr Manufacturing Company's property
hi iliis city, on execution ia favor of the
Bank of British Columbia. '-'' reams of
in india wrapp'mg paper old at $1 ."') to
$i o'J "p? ream. Straw wranpinr at G2J to
H) cents f ream. A r;u:.;iiltv of rags,
rope, and other t:itri.il was purclmsed by
IL L. I'ittock o: Co.. (she new l'.;per C-.ia-pany.)
at from 11 to v. iihtn a iraeiiou of
three cents f it;.
Mtti.ot,- Bah -if. v have been v-il:;ng
fir some time to admit that bu':;e-s was
not very crowding in this vicinity, but
whtuQve wci';' convinced by eeular pi'oc;'.
n day ors i ;!".. t:a? our merchants were
cultivating irP..m vine.- In i!;e tr'ie; wldi
ut hedge or leiice w-.- c-.tteluded "times
At'.K dull ll': 'ill ' patch may be seen op
j)3sUe Courl liou-e block, li, is cultivated
more for pleasure than profit, however.
Tf At.ATix Fn: Co-.uwn v. Mr. II dw. Mel
drum, who has been attached Lo this es
tablishment since (lie birth of the Extki:
rttisK. severed ids cotKiection with us on
Saturday las?, and has acc i)t,J a Incra
tive position rendered him liv Mr. Si.luev
Richardson. Bidet.t of the Tualatin Fur
Company. lie has the best wishes of the
office, which will accompany him where
ho may go. into whatever im'may engage.
FoitTi.Avn M A'.KKrs. On the 17th, as
wo learn from .Messrs. McCraken. Merrill
A Co.. bacon was tending up in Portland.
Ailes could be readily effected at 10 V to
H cents for si:l; - is;; i,i "ii
- - ........ . ' LV11L., ll I
hams, and a to J cents for shoulders. Bard ,
BVvll2.; eggs in fair renue.-t at TIC'f ,T.k' I
dried apples 1U U-; p'.mches 12cW 13c. j
ihitter no demand, (hits were exttemelv '
octree at i52i ta,."oc. " i
Caxemaii Scuoou. Our impression was i
?hat the school at Canemali would open a i
new term on Monday last, simultaneous i
with the opening of the Oregon City Sem- ;
inary, but in this we were mi.-ta'auK hence
regret tiiat we did not visit it last
.quarter. We had some anxiety to see the
working of the school, under the instruct
ion oLan ex-Judge, and member of the
iiouse of Representatives in the Oregon
most unusual ram ails
"that has ever come to our notice was pro
duced in this city one day last week by
a cat. owned by A!r. Levy at the telegraph
oiHce. She brought forth a litter of mx
kittens, all of which were "attached at the
hind limbs, describing a circle, with the
heauls outward, similar to a ratchet wheel
Avith the rim off. One of the progeny be
ing dead, the others were destoyed.
M. E. Smuiath School. On Sunday last
.ninety-nine scholars were in attendance
at the M. E. Sabbath school in this city,
v'uh a full complement of teachers. Un
der theOSuperinteiidence of Air. Francis
the school has been very successful during
the absence of anv regularly officiating
Located. Rev. W.I. Cosncr. appointed
to this parish by the late M. E. Conference.
has become settled in his new charge, and
vSill discourse at the usual times of holding
fcMce in that church. Rev. G. C. .Roe.
appointed to Rock Creek parish, left
mr Needy on Wednesday.
A Ridk UN- Horseback. On Monday last
Mr. Hurgrcn, of the firm of Hurgren &
hindler, passed through n horseback, en
roitfe ti En-rent; City. He will undonbted-
i n a !)!easu'"t ri-L- This is a good
"lettnMMo adopt, when one wishes to com-D1n-'
business with pleasure.
Nooks rwi Bats. On Monday last the
Clt7 Seminary re-opened, and studies were
resumed. The male teachers, as well as
v,hilars'LaTe hv-'ilv enjoyed the vacation
t' ' wUl fields, and will no doubt take
,i H'i-'mtnation and pursuit of knowd
tdS? with renewed vigor.
Ahv.hK S.).-,Erv. The auxiliarv of the
AmencaaRible Society in this county have
depository at ihe store of J. Myers &
it(i s Main street iw. .,.m- .
... tere is a very good selection of
; ,";,mc:n. ete.: on band.
o. mere is
Co-OfKUATiVE Sccietils. If men would
be honest these co-operative organizations
could work much trood. Thev are said to
I be very successful in the east, but we have
i grave doubts about their being so practi
I cable as the eld fashioned partnerships, in
our lathers' time. There is two much joint
! stock in these latter days. And iiitieteen-
twentieths of such stock concerns as we
! have a knowledge of are only wholesale
! refrigerators appliances fur rapidly freez
j ing out the small fry. We need not gu to
j Idaho for an illustration, but we simply
cite the -New York and Idaho Gold and
j .Silver Mining Company. Mot one of the
original investors there ever realized inter-
est or principal, but they acquired an ex- i
: periep.ee ia s;;eh matters which strong !v j
; attesLs a repugnance for joint stock opera- '
tions in me ititure. V, euro uiform-'d now.
j however, that a partnership is doing the
work, and that the men in it are rich in
j I-;:ti knE!. -On hist Wednesday Mr. I.
i Vf. Garrett returned from an extended
' trip to the southern coast of Oregon, lie
is well pleased with what he saw. On the
' I'A of August he wkncfsc-d the launch yf
; trie bark Siklxm-ihon at Coos Pay. which is
j the laigest vessel perhaps, ever built on
this coast. Business is lively' in that vl
: cinity. He met a man riding a white
i cay use. a short distance this side of Rose
: burg, whom he took to be the Ortyonlia's
: correspondent, because he resembled one
! of " ovt: ,w;."J and in his mind's eve could
I see that the cay use was branded "I'.W.G."
We hope we ate not trespassing bv sav It"
1 that Ike was mistaken for ati A:ii On'.
We imagine that the held for adventure
; downright interest is nearly as good in
t southern Oregon as among the Syrians of
tae east, and it po.-siolo ,ve shall dispatcn
a writer in that direction.
Ex Or.rrr.AM',:;;. Through the politeness
of Col. West, Messenger of Wells. Fargo
& Co.. we have San Francisco dailies of
last Saturday. The markets continued
steady, with a better prospect for advances
than a decline. Tonnage was abundant,
and f; eights active ail of which indicate
a busy future. New grain from the inte
rior was rapidly aceutnulaiing in the bay
warehouses, and there would soon lie as
large a quantity on hand as any time lat
Qi trtc Worts. Mr. L. Zigler of ibis ciiy.
aided by his colored assistant Thomas Lee,
in one week made one hundred flour bar
rels, at the factory on Basin road. These
were all made by hand, and m the best
manner. Ju uduitloii to that number Mr.
Zigier himself made three pieces of light
v. ork. Ibis factory is turning out as good
work as any in that line on this coast, and
ii ought to be well sustained.
Foti; Ra!si::g. The Liberty-pole, bro't
from the vrood by Marshal Lynn for
erection on the Fourth of July, will be
raised to-day on Academy Square. High
street It will give decided tone to the
city, having been nicely dressed and paint
ed by Air. Broughton. who has also added
a top-mast to it. making its extreme hel-rht
Idl feet 1 inchei.
IK.srKCTiTi.i.Y Yoi its. On Wednesday
last J. Ross Brown paid his respects to !
Oregon City passing through to Portland. !
via the Overland. We have wished to see I
him among us tor the past three years, and
now reauy hope he will not dash us by
in such stenographic style. Come back.
McCokmh.'X AitK.vo. This enterprising
book dealer is always ahead, lie adver
tised on limrsdav that "All the lute news
papers and M Aazine'i"
the Franklin Book Store,
are ?omelh.i:g new.
couhl be h
The M Aa
! j-.xi'itnrno.v .dr. E. B. Keliv. and Mr
J..--.wph Strahlo. left this city on Thurs.lay
: or a week's recreation i:i the mountains.
' They promise to bring us a quartz 'edge.
1 half a lo:-'.en Elk. one dozen deer, a barrel
I of trout and forty grouse.
' PtrA'.-!-.-::;. Mr. B. Biiler. of die Bincrdn
Ihikery, o:i Main street fas been soiling
, Clachamas county peaches ibis week. The
S qna!iy and Haver is fully equal to any of
i the same variety brought from California.
Tint P;m:s. On Aiomiay htjl teams be
gan distributing pipe for the street mains
of the Oregon City Water Company, and
the same will be imbedded in mother earth
perhaps next week.
New Wheat. On Wednesday last, half
a dozen wagons or more, laden, with new
grain, passed through tills city on the wav
to Portland. This may possibly
!irt of the season.
AIot.TE.N. Hie first bed of molten iron
was to have been drawn off at the Oswego
Works cu Thursday last, but the final fire
was not applied to the stack, Hum some
III. Mr. Henrv Warren, of the Land
Office in this city, has been lying quite ill
for several days. On Wednesday we learn
ed that he was recovering.
Fiii tr Sitir.ME.s r.s. Mr. J. Hunsaker and
Gen. Lovejoy, are each now shipping fruit
of the choicest varieties from their orch
ards in this countv.
School Eams Salk. On the 10th of
next month tin sale of school lands in this
county will begin. See advertisement.
Yellow Fever. The fearful
spread of yellow fever is quite startling, so ,
is the low price of goods at Barman Bros. I
Our w ord for it, this firm sell more :oods ;
and better art;.-?!es for -f.ai or .j than anv 1
other firm in the State of Oregon. ' '
American M a n vi'& crt 'K ks The American :
IVafah Vonqmny of VAtlihua Jfi.v.y. Our ;
readers know that the bast mechanism of j
manufactories of this county is unsurpassed !
anywhere in the world. The genius of
American inventors and mechanics produc
ed the cotton-gin. the mechanical reaper:
and mower, the sewing machine, the best
telegraphic- instruments, and last, but not
least, the wonderful machinery of the
American Watch Company of WaUhaut.
Alas.s., a merchant that lakes la-Id of the
raw material and under competent di
rection turns out thai daily wonder arid
necessity a perfect time-keeper. Begin
ning in lsaO in a very n: tderato way
but with the determinatio.; to make none
but thoroughly good watches, the Com
pany have continued to enlarge their
works from year to year, (as they were
unable to supply the demand.) until now
they manufacture about one-half of all
the watches sold in the United State:.:.
Their factory covers over three acres of
ground, and a- au illustration of its extent
we may mention that it is supplied with
over sixty miles of pipes. These watches
have proved so reliable that several of the
railways of the country now furnish them
as a part of their equipment ; and while
recommending othu-r' lines to adopt the
same precaution against accidents, the
editor of the Boston llaihrnv limes re
marks : " We have carried one of those
watches for the past four years, and altho7
it has had to submit to rough usage in
camp life, horseback riding, etc.. we do
not hesitate to say that it is the best time
keeper, and less expensive to keep in or
der than any watch we ever carried."1'
The Company's success has stimulated the
manufacture and imnorta'toti oi many
worthless counterfeits, so that buyers sho'd
. .... .j
be careful to see that they obtain tue. gen
uine American watch, made at Waltbam.
If you wish the very best Cabinet PnoTO
;Rrirs, you must call ouBuadlet A RrnoF
sox, 43 Aloutgoniery street. San Frr.ucisco.
A U CTIOX AND COMMISSION
auctio x e i: i: :
Corner of i'reut and Ok streets, Portland.
Of Real Estate. Grocork-s, General Merchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday I
A. D. KicuARiiSo:,, Auctioneer.
AT PRIVATE SALE. j
English refined Bur ana Bundl T.on
English Square and Oetagmi Cast steel ;
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps! saws ;
Scrovs, Fry-pans, sheet iron, 11. G Iron ;
A iargj assortment of Gn.caries and Liquors.
A. B. Ji'icHAULso.v, Auctioneer.
OREO OX CITY 11 U SIX ESS.
STILL OX II AND
AFTTR FOUItTMEX YEARS EXI'ERI
ence in business in this city, i.tuier ilia
old motto that " A Nnnhle SLxperce is Bet
ter than a Slow- Shilling," we propose to of lor
greater inducement thuti ever to our custom
er to pay us cash fur goods, as we are deter
SELL CH2A? FOR GASH!
Which Is the only iiemedy
For the Present c ry of Hard Times.
We ben leave to iidoi ra our iiinnowin cus
tomers tliat we have just received, direct
fioui San Francisco, a
Large and well Selected
STOCfi OF GOODS
SUITABLE FOE, THIS HAEKET.
Consisting in part, cf
Vru G-joJh, Ciotliing, Groceries,
Jlinhcare, 'Juce.-isicare, etc.,
FAINTS! OILS!! S-c .
Together with a splendid assortment of
BOOTS Ai?D S H CSS!
Oi c-'ciy descriptiim, all of
The best quality, and latest styles. Also:
HATS A IT D CAPS !
Of every description, for both
The ladies7 and Gents' Vrear !
Gouts' and Ladies' Furnishing GooJs kept
constantly uii bund, ail cf whieti we will sell
at the very lowest price for cash. Country
P'ro'.le.ce taken ia exchange for good-.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the co.mtry. A Bo : To cousignuients of
goods, and prompt retains made for the
-;;- i.ctm n onY to our uamor-
ous customcts for their past patronage, and
ask acouUuuame id'tl.e iue, plec!t:at'g our
selves to act honcstlv wi'.h who f.e. or us
with their trade. " TiiOS. C1IA UMAX.
rtm;-:xt OF SASH.
biiiids. aiwavs o;i :::nd
ii A 11 MAX.
lor sale bv
PATENT Al Mi
f'-r sale bv
AICCCAlu'S CEi.KIBBVi'Ei BOV H
ma-do chairs, corisiau; i v on hand b-v
CLLINGEIFS SUi'MlllOii IIuME
liiatla v.moi-ballin'i. for ::.!; bv
i .ir :,:;. i .-. - I
X t Oi ;
ait kiuits. and pater shades.
"fi.ouR. bacon, barb, and dried
SL fruits, kept constant! v on hau l I.,-
K M-IW AND FELL ASSORTMENT
EL. Nails, rope. etc.. iu.-d r-cetvod lv
A LL OF WHICH HE WiEESELE AT
E&&. the low e-t market value for CASK, or
such produce as Lis trade will ius ifv.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION is
sued out of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for tin. County of Ait 'f
nomah. to i;m directed., and in favor of
Toe Rank of British Columbia." and
against The Oregon City i'aper Man
ufacturing Company' and Abraham
J. Bloeb. defendant, for the sum of ten
thousand and forty dollars, and for cists,
in gold coin of the United Stales, I 1 ave
levied upon, and will sell et public out tion
to the highest bidder, for casii in gold coin
of the United States, on
Saturday, the 1th day of September,
A. I). 1HH7, at the hour of i o'clock. ;'. M.
at the Court Ilouae door in Oregon City.
Clackamas county. State of Oregon, all the
right, title and interest of the Oregon City
Paper Manufacturing Company, of. in and
to, that lot of land situate in Oregon ( it v.
in the County of Clackamas, and Suite of
Oregon, and known as Lot Number Five
(A), in Block Number Two (2). in said
City, together with all and singular ma
chinery, idle tenements, hereditaments, ap
purtenances, and water rights thereunto
belonging, or in any wise appertaining.
With " . "
All the right, title and interest of the
said " Oregon City i'aper Manufacturing
Company," of. in. and to, the water rights
and water, ami e isments. conveyed to the
Oregon Ci!y Paper Manufacturing Compa
ny, by George Marshall, and .Margaret bis
wile. Joint If. Abe-re. and Margaret Afooro
his w ife, and Samuel I,. Stevens, and Jane
Stevens his wife, by deed dated June Stli.
istit;. and recorded "on -pages Z'J2. '.'.)'. :V.',V
and film, in Book il. of the record of deeds
for Clackamas Conn' v. in the State of ( re
gon : being 'he undivided one half of the
; perpetual ownership, and rhrht to the use
! of the water hereinafter mentioned, and
: the right to take from the water, whEh
: tlows from the channel in the Willamette
' river, east of w hat is known as Aberneihv
Isbuid. at the falls of the Willamette river,,
through the race, and into what was known
as the Basin of Baait 1 Harvey, oti his m-ii
reserve, on the Oregon City Claim, Three
hundred inches of water perpetually, un
der an average head f eitrbt, feet from the
top of the water in said Basin on said Mill
reserve, at, low water, together with the
right of way across the land of Daniel
Harvey and Eioisa his wife, for a sufneiei::
race to convey said water from the north
line of said Basin, wherever the same was
on the fnh of .August, A. 1. 1 (S4. or may
now be. to the south end of Alain street,
all situate in said Oregon City, in the coun
ty of Clackamas, in the State of Oregon.
Said property, water rights, power and
easments being particularly described in a
deed executed, by Daniel 1 larvey and Ei
oisa his wife, to John IE Aloore. George
Marshall. Samuel E. Stevens and Joseph
Switzer. dated August fdh.ls'tl Land record
ed in Rook " D" of the record of deeds f
said Clackamas County, on pages li7i'. i73
and (74 thereof, together with all and sin
gular the appurtenances thereunto beiong-
ing, or in any wise anpertainicg.
,i-i s..- .
SheiiT of Clackamas Co.
Oregon City, July lDtb, 18ti7. (4i.f.t
ILL HEADS PRINTED.
At the En.eririse Office.
O BUG OX CI TV BCrSIXUSS.
J. B. EALSTOH,
GENERAL MEiGHANBiSE !
Corner of Main and Fifth streets.
ORE G OX CITY, OREGON
QTOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF THE
following articles :
La DIKS' DRESS GOODS,
LONG oc SQUARE SHAWLS,
LADIES' SILK CLOAKS,
BLOWN & BLEACHED MUS
LINS, GENTS' FLENISIING GOLDS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
GKOCEKIES, ALL KINDS,
DOoRn SASH. HARDWARE
PAINTS OILS, ccc, kc, lcc.
( le.ty i
For t!ie Liit-I Style
OF OKXTS' CLOTHING!
(Jo to AcL rh:in' a .'
1 8 G T.
; S it
S. AOS E EM Alf i
Wishes to inform his Otr Friends,
sithI tho puidic penernily that he
lias received by the last steamer
A Ffl.L VARIETY OF
fs ? F I M $x O O Cl H I
The Largest Stock that has ever yet come
to this murk .'t, consisting of such as
Of almost every kind !
Of the. rent latest SlyUs !
L G 0 TS A NU SI1 OES !
In i reat variety !
Mens, Ladir-s, Misses an I Cki'drais
lists, all cf !hc latest stale for
SFIllEG WEAR! '
Also, a well selected stock of Groceries,
and a!l Other goods in proportion. J 'lease
give rr.a w cul! and examine for yourself. No
trouble to stit-' e'cd.-;.
w ii! sell .is p as the cheapest.
S- A CK it! ' 3 1 A IV ,
Charman At Warner's thl Nick store,
j vl ) Main St., Oit;a-u City.
N. R. All kinds of Produce bou;u:'.
ORE G OX CITY RUSIXESS.
LOO K A HER E!
Notwithstanding there was a Rebellion
over in Ireland the other day, and the Print
ers aft became Demoralized, ioiu G-.':i';f up
set a "form" and knocked tny advertiseaicut
into "Pi," iovertli.:!es.s,
E . D . K. E L L Y
h on hand at ihe old Stand, a, id
lias for set 'e the j'j'loxiug
articles; lo ad! :
Couee, Jamui Tt.', Bricd peaches,
Ten, R I ack Tea, Linen twine,
Coiden t-yrup, Green Tea, Cot.'-..' se.gar.
Sutrars, Chocolate, I 'ulrei izctl do.
Saiaiaius, Corn starch, Crushed do.
Piiekint; dt, Oswego do. Cbentical soap.
Dairy suit, Cave lies. '; .'
Tabic salt. ;r-..u;-.d cotice, $'anev t.ib.:td.).
Coohir.g sada, Faiii:
Lemon st i up,
I savoring est.
Clot lies ;i as,
G Shooter trails
' alley Mills do
A' east nowa'rs,
Corn Meal, Codta-:;,
White Beans, Prune.,
Pat e- k c i Macaroni,
Rails, A "im car,
Hominy, B.o av,
Dried apples, Raisins,
ftiuetoii, .'-love polish,
Rice, Eo.u-i barley,
;'.go, Jhe fruits,
Writing ink, A'am'.a ext.,
Tacks, Wasii boards. Wash-tubs,
8a tin gloss starch, Vs. riuaeili.
Cam- strawberries, Concentrated lye,
Ti.lao, Canitiu, Sii'.n,
Oysters, Ground spices, Engl, piektls,
Lobsters. Cinnamon, Americiiii do
(ireen corn, Mustard,
Catsup, do sauce,
F'eiich in ast' d
Cash, end one rice to everybody
No goods uiisre .resented to effect sales.
7.1 i ' E.D.KELLY.
Vcsi SitZa ISiLln Street,
Oregon City .
- - - - Proprietor.
HAA'INC RIEMOVED INTO AI!
NEW BUILDI 11 Gr !
I WOULD INFORM TEE PUBLIC THAT
I still continue the manufacture of
1M LOT DREAD,
Eoston, Butter, Sugar and Sadu
cf., :t".;., dc.
In addition to which wii! keep con? tantly
on baud a large stock of the best staple and
I am also agent for the celebrated nursery
F L 0W2R G A II DEN!
of 11. MILLER, Milwaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
at the N urserv prices.
:jyj " Ii. DILLLlt
Xiio ss.2fi.cl Xii3
rOIINSON & McCOWN ARE THE Local
j Agents in Oregou City, of the Pacific
tire Piisurance Company, the best doing
business on this coast. This Company is
the only one in Oregou that
Issue Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the case to San Francisco.
ALSO, AGEXTS OF THE
Hortli America Life Insurancg Co.!
Presenting the most desirable feat tires,
having its policies guaranteed by the State
1-- f" Don't delay attention to these mat
ters until your property is destroyed by lire,
or until v'ou are sick, when you car. not be
insured. Call immediately. (:',t!.tf
rpLESc DUCKETS. WASH EOAI1DS;
1 Heelers, wives, etc.. for sale bv
CHARMAN 3t ET.O
MIS C EL L A XE 0 US.
CIIS. HOIMJE. .CHAS. K. CALKS. .CEO. W. SXKLL.
EQEG2, CALSF U Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
VAltXISUL's:, JiliL'S IK, rAIXTEIiS'
ATutcrlalf, and Dru-jjlsta' Sundries.
97 Front Street,
SoA Portland, Oregon.
Nos. lt5 to 172
IIOBOBEN SHiHDLEB !
FURNITURE direct from Eastern Manufac
turers. Complete assortment. The
Ti ade supplied on liberal terms.
PULU AND OTHER AI ATEKIALS FOR
T1IREK-WII ! ELflD CHILDRN'S CARS, at
unusually low rates.
IMPERIAL FILLING a new, elastic, and
pure article for matrasses. (n4.tf
Ma IX STREET, OR EG OX CITY.
BAB LOW & FULLER,
(Successors to Wortman k. Sheppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
C A K ES! PIES! Ii R E A D!
And Crackers of all kinds!
Orders in this Line will meet vith
PSOMPT ATTENTION !
BAB LOW & FOLLER
Also keep on hand all kinds of
FAMILY GliOOFfi IES !
AND FltOVISIONS !
ISTEA M BOAT ST ) EES !
And nil Articles imec for Culinary
OA H LOW & FULLER
Sell n fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO!
By the Case, or at retail !
Attention is a'so ohecteil to the fact
that noLotly o'se sells ihn
FAMOUo OLE AS ON CHEESE !
IN SKOBT !
r.ii.'ners tt'id the public generr.lly, are in
vited to CaJ. at u: Cty llakerv, where the
truth will be made apparent tbnt our stock is
complete, and our prices reasonable. All
kinbi of produce taken in exchange for
eoods. BARLOW & FEELER.
Oregon City, Jan. tab, lsO. 02:1
J . 1-J1 . KSELER,
OiTgon I'oiinnissleii Agency
OFFICE, i;A EIEEHTY STREET,
;st;w V?o.;c ctTY.
Fen- buyim; and ship; ing direct, b the
Isthmus or Capo lean:, :;ii classes :md varie
ties of Mercfiaadiae, iaciudini' Musical Jn
t. unseats. Farming En plcmeuts, Carriages
(" Faithful nttetition will also b given
to the si curiag and disposition of Patents.
A'l orders and business will receive prompt
att.'i.tieu. G-km's shipped in best style at the
lev.-est r.itci., aa-l insured to order.
ursixi-ss uevEttEycEs :
AlAric, Aierrilt A. Co , San Francisco, Cal.
McCraken, Merrill a. Co., Portland, Oregon.
J. II. Jl oores, Sab.-m, Oregon.
Thomas Alutitetth, Albany, Oregon.
NCW YORK CITY" RtSFHUEXCfS.
J. RrowneM pro.. Rankers, JS Broad st.
A. E. & C. E. Tilton, i-j and t7 Liberty st.
A. M. Starr, late of Oregon, 'J5 Liberty st.
Avlljou Mann, Treasurer National Rank Note
Co.. i Wall si. .'jtetf.
SIIGG-IETS & C3'3
Homo Manufactured t-oap.
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1st, F?.37,
M e will sell our Soap at ttie following
rates, tor CASH, only :
Per loo Boxes, or over, at l 45 per Box.
no 1 so '
ttr ' i 5A " '
40 Ihtrs. Us ib. ;t -20 " "
'Jo " Ki lb. 1 70 " "
W T' warrant our Soap to be equal to tiny
H article that can be imported, and su-
Vierior to many brands that are offered ia
tins market. 1UGG1NS & CO.
No. S Front street, 1 block north O. S. N.
i'ortiand, January 1, 1S7. " n ; 1 y
Green Street Oswetro, Oregon;
Ffst Master audi. Dealer in
G E N E H A L MLr.CIlANOlSE,
r;:e: l ies, AA'litcs nucl Iiiu;i !
NOTICE TO ALL
Y 110 WANT
First Class Fine or Coarse
Made cr Repaired. Especial care and at
tention paid to orders for line work, such as
I.a.ties and Jiisses tine Gaiters, Ueuts riue
French Calf Boots, etc.
Z? Orders solicited from abroad will b
executed with neatness and disp.it'-h.
TERWILLtGFK &. SMITH.
40.tf Green st.. Oswego. (Jrton.
03W EGO HOUSE!
O- WEGO, OREGON.
JO II N SCI EM :E Proprietor,
IS now prepared to receive and entertain
ail who may favor him with their patron-
t;e. The House is New and the looms are
.MHviy and Neat'v Furnished, ihe Table
will be supplied v. lib all the delicacies of
the season. The House is situated near the
steamer landing. Tue proprietor w ill at all
times endeavor to aive entire atis!action lo
ail who may favor hin with ft call, and
would respectfully solicit the pa'ronauce of
the Traveling Public. 41:tf.
Hoard per week 00
Board and Lodging 6 on
Single Meals ". 50
A. J. MOXKOe. W. A. K. MELl-tX.
EEOrJP-OE & EIELLEN,
Dealers in California. Vermont, and
Italian Marbles, Obelisks, Maim
ments, Ilea l and Fool stones,
Mantles ana Furniture Marble furnished
to order. 32.tf
fjMIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JL existing as Charman & Hro. was dis
solved on the 1st inst. by limitation Tbos.
Charman will continue, on the business as
usual, and t'. Cnarman will for the coming
thirty days pne attention to closing tip the
old business of the late linn, niter which he
intends tuHng to himself a few months of
lets iu-.e. The old accounts wili '.ben be ad
justed in the charge of T. Charman, unless
other parties are employed to attend to the
same bv the late firm of Charman & Hro.
TWOS, (.til ARM AN,
Oregon Citr. Aug. Jtb, Isi7 iA.-i. it
MIS CELL A XEO US.
A Pure and Fo werful Tonic,
Corrective ami Alterative, of womitr
ful tlEcuty iu lisea,es of ill e
STOMACH, IL-IVDH AND
Prevents Fever and Ane and Billions Re
mittent Fevers ; fortifies the system
against Aliasma and the evil effects
of uu wboicsiiine water ; iuviaor
fctes the organs ei d'ptsiiou
and Ihe bowels ;
Steutlics the crvts ami trnJa to Pro
IlE3IEr?1 .11. PltOPEHTIES.
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint. Sick and
Nervous lleadache, Genera! Debility,
Nervousness, Depression ofSpiiits,"
Constipation, Colic, Intermit
tent Feveis, Sea Sickness,
Cramps ami Spasms,
find ail complaints of either sex
arising troni liodily Weakness, whether
inherent in the system or
PRODUCED Ii Y SPECIAL CAUSES.
-V'OTIIING THAT IS NOT WHOLE
some, genial, and restorative in iis na
ture, enters into ilia couuxisitiou ff HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH HITTERS. This
popular preparation contains no mineral of
any kind ; no deadly botanical element; no
tiery excitant; but is a combination of the
extracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants,
wilh the purest and mildest of all diffusive
The week stomach is rapidlv invigorated,
and the appetite restored by this tonic, and
hence it works wonders in cases of Dyspepsia,
and in less confirmed forms of Indigestion.
Acting ss a gentle and painless aprient, as
well as upon the liver, it also invariably re
lieves the Constipation superinduced bv ir
regular action of the digestive and secretive
Persons of feeble habit, liable to Nervous
Attacks, Lowuess of Spirits, and Fits of
Languor, find prompt and permament relief
from the Hitters. The testimony on this
point is conclusive, ami from both sexes.
As a Genuine Tonic, HOSTETTER'S HIT
TERS produce etfects which must beexpeii
encvd or witnessed before they can be fully
apprteiat-jd. la cases of Constitutional
Weakness, Premature Decay, and Debilit;
and Decrepitude arising from old ae, it ex
ercises the electric inlhienee. In the conva
lescent stages of all diseases it operates as a
delightful invigorant. When the powers of
nature are relaxed, it operates to re-enfoice
and re-establish them.
Last, but not least, it is the only safe stim
ulant, being manufactured from sound and
inocuous materials, ami entirely free from
the acrid elements presont more or less iu
all the ordinarv tonics and stomachics of the
d a v. S O ! A ) E V K R V W HERE.
IirnttE, CALKb'' tt t., Agrnt,
So:tf.j Portland, Oregon.
aNT 111 Sr Gr O O D B
Corner of Main at,d Third streets.
THANKFUL FOR J'AST FAVORS, AND
hoping for a continuance of the smnc,
would invite the attention of the public to
bis large stock now ia store, consisting of
fs-ucy and staple
LEAD V MADE CLOTIIIXG
BOOTS AND HE OES,
HATS AND CAES.
Y ALICES, TELNKS,
Grocfries.Croc!:ery,Gias5 nnJ Plated
"Ware, 1'aitits, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, C'hitntioys, unci Burners !
Ifarda-are, Cutlery, etc , etc,
Being Hundreds of Other Articles !
Too numerous ta Mention!
l-vi" Call and examine for yourself. I tak
pleasure in showing goods, and customers
will find the articles at reasonrble figures
for cash or produce. I. SELLING.
Corner stme, opposite the
5.1y Tin and stove store.
ITsisjaiSy Ije Colors.
Patented October 101b, ISIS.
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark Green.
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, Miye)i!a,
Light Blue. Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Ciiril Drown, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink,
Light Broun Purple,
Snv If Brotcn, R'tyal Par pie,
Cherry, Sain, on,
Crini son , Scarle t,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solfrrinn,
Fawn Drub, Violet,
Yellow, Light Fawn Drab.
KOit DYE1.VW J-IXK,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbon?, Gloves, Ronnets,
lists, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
And all Kinds of "U'earEng Appa:cl.
A Favig of Eighty per Cent.
For 25 cents you can color as many goods
as would otherwise cost five times that sum.
Various shades can be produced frcin the
same dye. The process is simple, and any
one caii use the dye with perfect success.
Dhcctious in English, t rench and German
outside of each pack aire.
HOWE t STEVENS,
?.o Broadwav, Boston.
For sale by SMITH & DAVIS. Portland
M A I N S T R E E T ,
AT THIS TELEGRAPH OFFICE I
Oregon City, Oregon.
INK CIHARS. TOD VCCO.
WINES AND E1C) I ''ICS.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
POUT MONIES. PURSES,
COMHS AND CRUSHES.
ORNAMENTS. TO VS. DOLLS.
WILLOW AND WOODEN WAKE,
QANKEE NOTIONS, Ac, Jfcc.
t?F" I invite special attention to my stock
of liquors, which is warranted to be as good
us any ,u the State. A. Ij0-y.
July 2eth, "ISiE. f3-'-h
' E. G. RANDALL,
IMPOP.TER AXu nEAf-ER IX
Sheet Music, and Alusical Alercluindise of
all kinds. Scle Agent in Oregon for
CELEBK VTED CASSIXIIT OK6AX J
Stclnway i Scn'j
GOLXJ PIA.XO FORTES
is:! rt;sT- ,hn Pnt OffiTa
T i i s fc- I cri. ' -. - - ,
Foitlaud, Oregou. l.tf
HED1XGTOX d: CO.'S COL CM X.
REDIXGTON & CO.'S
Essence g! Jamaica Ginger.
IMIIjs Valuable preparation, coninming in
L a highly concentrated form all the pi-cp-erties
of tfie Jamaica Gmi;cr, has become one
of the most popular domestic remedies for all
discuses of the stomach and digestive orsrans.
As a tonic it will be f'rnnd invaluable to all
persons tecovcring from debility, whethe:
produced by fever or otherwise, for whilst t
imparls to the .system all the glow and vi.;o:
that nan be produced by wine or bramiv, i:
entirely free from the leactionarr effects
foliow the use ot spirits ot any kind.
It is also au excellent remedy for fem.dei
w'no sutler from diilicult menstruation, giving
almost immediate relief to the spasms tiiat so
frequently accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to nausea, mused
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also vidnatle as an
external ajiplication for Goet, Rlieumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. K Kb-ING TON CO.
-T.lv I Sole Agents fcr the Pacific Coast.
Trust none other, bo-.ve'er ;deiissnt,
None can do what this has done
Trv it always keep it present
Use the Maltha Washington.
IT WILL KEiSPTSIE II.VII4
Soft a sill gojy -Change It to
Its Original Color Pri vent it
rulliiss unt Jinks cIA !icaIs
locili yonng-miil cia all t2tat Is
expect til of ix genuine, gcotl,
HIiI.iXtV tSi Co., Agents,
" MASTKA WASHINGTON"
Is the wonder of the world, and stands
above comparison with any other article for
the hair ever brought before the public.
if" Sold everywhere.
F L A V O KING LX T R ACTS !
Are mide from Fnsii Fruits. Each
boltie bol ls twica as much as any other
brand in the market, consequently tbey
ore the cheapest and the best.
Use no ciiicr.
HEDIXGTOX .t CO.,
Agents for the I'acitic Coest.
UY WILL YOU DELAY
We are sorry that there ore
persons who suffer on day by day
mouth after month, and rear by
yearwhen friends and neighbors
have been cured of the sr.mo
malady that afflicts them. Now,
it has been proved by substan
tial evidence that SCO V ILL'S
BLOOD AND LIVER SYECP
will cure the worst case of scrof
ula, Canker, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, etc.; yet still there are
those who neglect this sure tmd
valuable remedy. To such we
sav, trv the syrup and be convinced.
REDINGT0N &. Co., Agents.
41C and 413 Front street,
G RAF. F EX BERG
U T E R I N E CATHO LICON.
If faithful! v used recarding to directions
will cur" evei-v case of Diahcies, and greatly
miti .i.'1 the troublesome effects caused by a
relaxation of the outlet of tue bladder. 1 1 is
a most successful remedy forgravil and other
diseases of the kiduevs and bladder, and foi
Female di - a -e.- is unequalled.
The Cathoiicon uniformly cures Prolapsus
Uteri, V, bites, ail irregularities of the Month
ly period, suppression, incontinence of Urine,
Hloatimr, ana Dropsical swellings, and ail
diseases of pregnancy. The specific action of
this medicine is imminent and certain, upon
the Uterine and abdominal muscles and Iiga
ments restoring them to as beailby a state
as those of childhood and youth, so that pa
tients who have used the GraofenOerg Compa
tiv's Uterine Cathoiicon, cannot suliiyiently
exoress their gratitude for the relief afforded.
RlCDINGToS & Co, Atlet.tS,
4ie and 41 S Front street, San Francisco
C05IE OF VOtT CAN'T, ST "VE PITY
M vow. Vou have tri -it every ieai"iiy l"i'. tl.v ( '. t".
riostileI, l'v its iatrmsi': incii.. to sii-jit.!.j. i-"n-if.r
preparations. It is not toi-pri-sinst yoa sliui.t ts
reluctant to fy somelhin:; Isf tifo-r the Msny a-jK-rimcnts
you h ivo ina-io f trashy i:.iab
dialed o:i itio puUic as a certixi euro; hai
H resttr the Vrr-.Y VTST wie'.v -v: 'i-r,:;'!'
or tueoili't ..!!:!..,. .i-. : 'Cr"-i. As'!:i- 2.
WfKM.r.iti,: tV.U);h.iir..ii-im;-a. i'',...1a;..ir.!i. i
F-.i:.!s'ol' H;..pS in Cu! .iaai .!!: )-n:ifl -v r'
ririnZy K-uutittci by tUo auri-riair-s - -r-nj c.
-n.t-lh one n-cor. iv it tt:':r immti'"l rVr
,li.,ti. W n- .Llr-s- ours-lv..f.;.i ror i.n
a.-.il3ilitd Willi this. t!. K'vati-si ti ... u.i :- :
fdr Wvi h;iliii: of ail ti.-iJv4 r U i.
Lues?, tw-nii-o yw-i t- t
has cure.'. thoaEar-.tr. an J it w.tJ euro VOt." if yon i f
Tiiia invaliinhtB raftii-irii i" I !-asnnt to the t?.
pioii.ins. Ueaiitn; ana str.-n-'iif tuu in i's ; '
Urely fren fioni till if..a..as n..-i.'0-t i'":.s cvi,
una prf -tiy trinuiosa lm.t'-f '.H -ir.-inr.-ta:i'-..
Cf!'.if.ria.:s Irotn u.al.y ..-.ti.tl.etit t. o-j cf ..;.
01 LUila c f
TOETLAXl) BCS1XESS GUWK
Persons havimr business in Poitlaud uread-
vised to note ihe following firms.
rJr7 5h aeles' slach,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoiicheuti
OFFICE Corner of Yrasligon and Front
streets, Purrtsh's B'mcl:, Fcrtlatid, Oregon.
nFSIDENCK--Sa'.mon street. beten Tbirdl.
and Fourth, opposite the PiatH. '2'2.1y
J. U. KITCIiKI.L.
J. N. DOLI'H.
LlitcLeU, 2o!pli tx Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Laio,
Solieit rs in CliahatQ.', and Proc
tors in A tiiiralty.
nr-niec over the old Post'Oihce, Front
street. Portland. Orc-ron. (ly
CONGRESS AT ITS LAST SESSION1
havimr piwsed a PANKKUI'T LAW. it
is now w ithin the power of every man that
is hopelessly i debt, to free himself fr6ru
the press of deb's which cramp his action,
and which h is whollv iiinible otherw ise to
discharge. The District Court of ihe L'rtfted
States, "which sits idone in tiie city of Port
land, has, under this law, an exclusive jurU'
diction of all cases in Hank run fey. The un
dersigned have procured a ropy of the It.
and are ready, us soon us a Ite-isler is ep
nuinted, to attend peomptiy to procuring
discharges in linukruptc lor till who may
feel disposed lo favor them with their
Also attention paid to procuring let
ters patent for new inventions.
.. . ... ... ....
JUiiCiii-Ll., ffUta ii x .-omit.
At ioi ney s-ut-iaiw,-
2,5:6m. i'ortiand. Oregon.
0. P. IACrJ,
Attoenev ano Cci-NsEi.on at Lay-,
1v2 Front St., Portland, Oregon,
fj-r Is fully prepareJ to attend to any
business under tae Haukrupt Law.
Divorces obtained on tne most reiisonaoia
teiins, and no charges made lor serviced
w here tho divorce is denied. 87. ly
C. P. FERRY,
(Late Ferry & Foster,)
DC 3L"2 23"-3i. 333
No. l'.S Front street, l'ortlaud..
Agent North British and ?.jercant;Ie
I iisu r i i . ce Oi 1 1 1 1 pa n y .
And Jlaulmttuii Li Li insurance Co
OYERNMEN'T SECURITIES. STOCKS
oiids, and Real Estate bought and
sold on Ccmtmssio:!. 1-:J
L. C. MII.I.AiO. W. J. VAX SV'UL'YVKlt.
XillLLAIlD ii VArJECHUYVSR,
.Successors toLr.dd, Rood Co.,
Importers and WhSiesale Dealers in
FOr-ZZlilS A5D D03IESTIC IAQ.COH.S,
Also: Sash, Doors and Blinds.
he. 7ti If It ON T SiliLtr,
l;iyl Portland. Oiegon.
A. G. IEABFCED,
H-S REM l) YE U TEE BALANCE OF
his stock of
Wines and Liquor
So, 40 First Street, Pailiana, Orcj?on.
Directly in the rear of his former place of
business Parties in want of Extra Fiuu
Wines and Prac.dies, w ill do we'd to Call.
Empty i'ipes and Parrels for Sale. CT.tf
Removed ! Rsmoved !
The dd and well known
For 1 1 is tl Wo m 11 ly ,
1. MOXXASTjb), Proprutcr.
HAS NOT DISCNTT NTT.P WORK!
but has been removed to Second street,
between Abler and Morrison streets, where
business will be conducted on as huge a seal
in in years oast. tf:ly
THE BEET SELECTION
pf) And largest ussertrlitnt of
cswl Ladies' Gi-iSk', Misses', Roy'
L mid ChilJrcns'
BOOTS and SE0E8.
Can be bad nLthe I'll 'HAD ELI' HI A BOOT
AXD XHOlVSTORE, Ac. Ftx-nt stmt,
J'orltt.id, 'rtipoviie U'Ur lint. Cui-pit start,
win re new oods of Lie latest styles are re
ceived by every steatntvr, ilirect from the east,
enabling us to sell cr.eaQ irXian unv other
store in ths city. KAST VAfcUAS.
14.) iVil-'n.nt strect.ortiand.
AAJKI5K 1 A X FX-. T ! A N G fJ;
(late LIXC0LX HOUSED
So. 81 Front sti fp!, I'c.vtln nd Oicgcn.
L. P. W. QUIMIJY, PjMii'itiKTuit,
(Laic U'vru f&td.)
This bouse is the m;.st comtno. lions in tha
State, newly furnished, and it will be the en
deavor ol the proprietor to make hist guest
comfortable. The Paggage Wsigmi w ill al
wnvs li found :it. lii.' t m i-.i I n.'r on the airivnl
. ... .......... ... ...
.f Mc-aniships and river boata, currying bg
gaae t. the house free ol eti itge. 1 1 : i x
G. D. SNVESfi &G0.,
BLANK BOOK IIAli UP ACITLTvEPcS.
OIIKG () ' I A li 1 & Ai I S G ,
Ao. . AV'ivitiJnyloii t--et,
CLANK B00S.SLLI1D and ROUND to
any desired pattern.
Music cooks, magazines, news
papers, Etc., bound in every variety of
sty I a known to the trade.
Orders from the country nronijitlv at
tended to. C. D. SN V !EK .t CO.
i oi liuud.
Importers k Wiiolesale Grocers,
74 FItONT STREET,
ir tlatid Oi t n'g-
Gi CODS SOLD FOR CASH AT A SMALL
JT advanCtf upon
S.VS." FRAM-StO JC&KIXCS- PIIICES X
C. c& IM.
Would thank merchants visiting the city to
price their stock before purchasing. li.Iy
No. SO First street, Portland,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Garden,
CJrass nml Flower seeds I
All Seed from this EslahEklnnent art
Warranted Freh od Genigne.
Foreign anl Domestic Dried Fruits and
Fareigu una Domestic Green do do
Vfjcial-i and Eruli Vatkcd iclih care for
NUTS Pea-nuts, Rrazil -nuts, VtVi-nyjts, Fib.
l-erts and Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of chnte
IJroceries, Ixim'ht expressly b.r family use,
lf All of which is offeri for cash at,
cash" prices. Ofbu solicited. O
3j:1j .501i.S OSXOU.
No. do Fir.-5 st., 1'ortl md, (5rpfrrn,
"senday ScAoel and Gift Books !
1-ROM TUE AMERICAN TRACT SOCTE,
? ty am' Missachusetts Sandny SchooJ
Society. For sale at Messrs, Ilurirrt-n A
Shindler's. First street, corner of Salmon,
Portland. Oregon. G. II. ATKINSON,
rSec.'v and Treas. Oregon Tiuct Sjc.'y.
S. SHIN DEER, Dfrositary. ,