Q 0 S5 Weaving bright tassels of gold On the busbes, the fields and the Ledges, FringiDg the delicate edges O: summer's fair robes, till each fold I ablaze with the glorious dyes As she spreads her soft piaious and flies. I'urpling the fruit-laden vine, 0 Deepening the blush of the apple. Tinting the beech and the maple. Browning the con?3 of the pine, Robing the hills with bright sheen, Shading the valleys between. PotlingJbirbern? with red ; Brightening u;e hue of tiie dahlias, Out in ibeir shining regalias ; S jftening the rQe"s last bed ; Tip') -Tg the free tops with fire, Srp;ner'd sad funeral pyre. o l!era!d of riches in store, Radiant, golden September ! Well, ah ! too well we remember Glorious autumns of yog?. That gilded with magic feet, Sunny and short, but so sweet ! POTATOE Cl'LTCItE. G Tt :i rler.IoraLle fact that notatoes far a number of years have been dis eased. A disturbance seems brought nbout by mismanagement in its culti vation, which has been repeated, and si anniented continually, from its first introduction to tho present time, and idihough this tuber ii exceeding!)' te nacious of life, we still succeed iu pro ducing meager crops, some part of 1 1 ?! 1 ..mi i r 1 P 1 . wriicn win sun uu iui uuinau iuuu , yet the whole race is affected, and if we do not adopt measures so as to assist nature to regain her power, the potatoe will eventually be lost to mankind. Nature allows a consider able margin for casualties and indis crelions, but she will not forever be trifled with. A practical farmer in Jasper county, Idrwa? Jas. Warren, who has been familiar with potatoe culture about 43 years, in various countries and climates of both hemis pheres, says : "My earliest recollections are that most of the plants bore clusters of seed balls, and some of them did not, which shows that the disturbance was progressing even then, but not far enough advanced to cause much of a damage. The later varieties raised Je9s seed than the early kind, simply because the preceding generation had been prematurely cut down by frost in Autumn, and from that tme there has been a gradual decrease, until of bite years a cluster of seed balls is a novelty. Now, the potatoe being in character hermaphrodite, it is the in tention of nature that each blossom should fructify itself, and others near by it that each plant should bear and mature seed to perfect ripeness. Either tig seed or the tubers is then in a fit condition to propagate, and not otherwise for there is a sympa thetic action going on, between and jrj the seed, the tubers, and all other parts of trie plants during the process f elaboration and assimdation of the vital principle in their proper proportion'--, which is to insure to both seed and tiu;er the ability to transmit a perfect organism to the next generation. It this natural pro cess is frustrated in-a small decree, the organism must be imperfect, and although a tribe of tubers may carry on the wrk of reproduction for a nirtli or time under these adversc-eiif.-umstanccs, their vitality must at ngth be expended. Fungus now ;ks hold, and h asters decay, when iniuscria, te., enter, and the tuber is 1 om, 1 c; 1 ;-. r.i u t T si;r.viy ol exnaustion. it nas l.'C to :n the general practice of farmers n.i.ko two pi milings a year, the iir.-t is dore so early that the shoot is cut back by frost, and the last ts so lute the vine is often cut down before the seed igatures. As soon as the .early tubers attain the size of hickory tints the roots are laid bare, and the plant remoi st lessly robbed. Being once thus robbed they are left in the ground to be dug up at the time of the late cfop, and if they have made record or even third growths or produced seed or not the husband Man cars not 1 lie thinks potatoes jre potatoes: and from such seed he expects sound ones to grow next year. I'm nature says: No ! If you will not '.e:vis reason, and act in concert with me, your potatoes bhall die. Generally no selection is made for the next year's sets. Those not sold nre culled ovef the. moso comely are taken, for table use ; and misshapen ones left for seed which is wrong. Choose the best known variety w hich has the quality of maturing in a mod erately short time. Take it uuder your especial care. Plant it either for Summer or Winter use the dif terenee being only in the time of put ling it in the grolind, which your best judgment should dictate. Now be cartful not to disturb the roots, after blossoming. When the vines are ri pening gW through he field and mark . very hill that bears seed, and when :h3 seed is fully ripe dig up those marked, and select from their product .!! the well developed tubers, having me general characteristic of your va- ' riety, and reject all others. Let them j.:et quite dry, and place them where they will be secure from moisture, vermin and frost. This is your seed guard it with jealbus care, and in -two years yon will be astonished at your success in reclamation. It is not too late, perhaps, to begin this selecting process in the year ls07,and the matter is earnestly recommended. As you care for Nature, so will she care for you. Carry out her designs ijj nil that you do, and she wii! "re ward you. By persevering in the manner above indicated, a few years will be sufficient to give the potatoe its primitive health and vigor every I'lant will bear seed, and the rot be Known no more." We heartily endorse the above for us common sense, and in conclusion, "mark that it, alone, is worth more V- "i larmer than what. ho for the Ewterpiu pays us CK one year. FARM ITE3iS. We know of one case w here man drake root certainly cured hog choU era. Jn these dajs, wheat and floor are shipped from the seaboard to Illinois. Gen. Negly al line, and is in Pittsburgh. is in the horticulture writing on farming, Hails and timber last longest when the trees are cut and the bark is stripped in the hot months. Farmers never rightly understand their calling until manuve is consid ered first, importance, not secondary. Large farmers complain that help every year grows more uncertain small farmers make no complaint. Orchards grown from root grafts are short lived, and never can be profitable, riant only 6tock grafted trees. In Kentucky they are doing two J wise things establishing Farmers' Clubs and planting the Concord Grape. This year the season has been more favorable for fruit in Iowa than in any other part of the United States. A farmer who has apples in bis cellar in April will have harms in June, plenty of broad side pork, and flour at the mill. Boys who make cows run should be located for a few minutes where they would give a good deal if they themselves could run. On May 8th strawberries were sent to Chicago from Massachusetts, seven days ahead of the crop in the southern part of Illinois. Some inteligeut unmarried Yan kee ladies are proposing to engage m fruit-growing on lands of the Illinois Central Railroad. Instead of investing surplus funds ic 7, 30s bny genuine manure, cultix vate wisely, and the interest will be seven times seven tnirty. It is certain that the more we raise fruit the more we furnish food fcr insects. The more we plant trees the more we must mies. Gght their ene- Vermont lambs are dying of the goiter. This is from breeding in and in, so as to get one lamb in a thousand worth breeding out. Sl,0u0. Call it Apples 11 inches in circumference have been produced in Australia. Oregon can beat that. We can also grow tobacco, sorgo, and grapes, aud perhaps cotton. A farm devoted to grass and ap ples will bring most money. Right ly managed these crops are, like grace and faith, growing belter through the whole of one's life. Animals wih small sfomaehts re quire concenraed food, hose with large stomachs coarse food. Horses and oxen have large somaches ; hogs and men small ones. if our rural young folks would in vest in labor saving machinery the money wiucn tney invest m orass jewelry, they would be able to buy gold jewelry. Boys as often take the first steps toward the Penitentiary by stealing truit, as hy breaking the oaubath to plant lruit and have family prayers, are of equal importance. The best commission house for wool is your own barn floor; butter shrinks less when weighed and sold in the back porch, and cattle brii.g most if paid for before the gate is opened. Scrofula in sheep is becoming com mon. A few farmers have been so successful as r. early to cure some cases but death followed, for the butchers bought them. We want coffee, not receipts for making it. We see glittering engines where it is pretended coffee is ground and yet only a few have it to drink. Have we any coffee among us? asks the Tribune. At San Jose, California, they are building a large silk manufactory. There are no thunder storms on this coast to kill the silk worms' eggs, hence we are destined to excel iu the making of silk. Opinions differ as to growing straw-berries in hills or broadcast. This is owing to difference in soils. A cultivator will fail if he do not, by experiment, find out the nature ot his own land. According to statistics, the aver age length of life of a fast horse is ten years ; of a fast woman, seven ; of a fast man, six. First they foun der and lose their wind, and then there is au end to the race. The States of tha Pacific Coast are as populous and as wealthy as were the Colonies in the time of the Revolution. California produces more short cake, and Oregon more butter than they can eat. Standing alone they can lick England to-day", says the Tribune. It is said that if tomatoes are set at ihe foot of an apple tree they will kill the borer. Some time ago it was tansy. The best way is to dig them out with a knife, follow with the hoe and plow, when the sap will drown the young borers. An unthriftv irp has no sap to spare. SPECIAL NOTICES. IIarriige and Celibacy, nn essav of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Aiso, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate the vital powers, with sure means of relief. Sent free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Address: Dr. J. SK1LLIN HOUGHTON. 41 Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. Free to Everybody. A largeGy. Circular, giving information of the greatest importance to the young of both sexes. It teaches bow the homely may become beauti ful, the despised rejected, and the forsaken loved. No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail. Address 1. O. Drawer 21, Troy, X. Y. (m27 Sclvhukous Smoke. Last week, says the Jacksonville Sentinel of the 2lth, Mr. Messenger, living on 'Williams creek, inhaled a quantity of smoke from rags satu rated with sulphur, which he was using in taking honey from a bee hive. His face was very much swollen, and he experienced great pniii until he was relieved by taking a dose of Perry Davis' Pain Killer. The Best remedy for purifyinjr the Blood, Strengthening tho Xerves, Restoring the Lost Appetite, is FRESE'S HAMBURG TEA. It is the best preservative against al most any sickness, if used timely. Composed of herbs' only it can be given safely to infants. Full directions in t rench, Spanish, and Ger- 1 fi, ix- in, t man, witn every pacKage. ii a : For sale at all the wuolesale and retail drug store.-? and groceries. (31 EM1L FKESE, Wholesale Druggist, Sole Agent, 410 Cla- street, San Francisco. Wonderful but True. Madame Remington, the world-renowned Astrologist 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, guarantees to produce a perfect and life-like picture of the future husband or wife of the applicant, with dateot marriage, occupation, leading traits of character, &c. This is no imposition, as tes timonials without number can assert. By stating place of birth, age, disposition, color of eyes and hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and" stamped envelope addressed to. yourself, you will receive the picture by return mail, together with desired information. Address in confidence, Madame Gertkidr Reming ton, P. O. Box 297, West Troy, X. Y. 26:ly A Yocxg Lady Returning to her country home, after a sojourn of a few months in the city, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic, Unshed face, she had a soft ruby complexion of almost niarbie smoothness, and instead of twenty -three she really appeared but eigh teen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great iv change, she plainly told them that she used the Circassian Balm, and considered it an invaluable acquisition to any Lady's toilet. By its use any Lady or Gentleman can improve their personal appearance an hundred told. It is simple iu its combi nation, as Nature herself is simple, yet unsurpassed 111 its efficacy iu di awing impurities from, also healing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and complexion. By its direct action on the cuticle it draws from it all its impurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the surface as Nature in tended it should be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price J 1, sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order by W. L. CLAKK A Co., Chemist, No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y. The only American Agents for the sale of the same. 2G:ly Know thy Destiny. Madame E F. Thornton, the great English Astrologist Clairvoyant and Psychometrician, who has astonished the scientific classes o' the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton possesses such wondeful powers of second 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 marry, iindbv the aid of an instrument of in tense" powerknown as the Psychomotrope, guaiantees to prcducd a life like picture of the future husband or wife of the arm bean, together with date, of mairiaje, position in lite, leadintr traits of character, ic. This is no humbug, as thousands ot testimonials can assert. She wiil send when desired a ccrtiiied certificate, or written guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By enclosing a small lock of hair, and stat ing place of birth, age, disposition and com plexion, and enclosing fifty cents and stumped envelope addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture and desired informa tion by return mail. All communications sacredly eonhdentia'. Address in confidence, Madam; E. F. Thornton-, P. O. Box 223, Hudson, X. Y ta6:ly LEGAL NOTICES. SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS. IIE SCHOOL LANDS REMAINING unsold in the counties of Lane, Benton, Linn, Polk, Marion and Clackamas will be offered for sale ut public auction, at the sev eral county seats, at the times herein desig nated, on the following terms ; Minimum price, two dollars per acre. On tracts chiefly valuable for timber one half, and on ail other tracts one-third of the purchase money down, and a credit of two years on the remainder, with the further privilege of retaining the money when due, as long as the interest 10 per cent, per an num is paid punctually. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock a. m., at the court house. Lane county, at Eugene City, Wednesday, August 2sth. Benton county, at Corvallis, Friday, Aug ust SCth. Li. in county, at Albany, Saturday, Aug ust 81st. Poik county, at Dallas, Saturday, Septem ber 7th. Clackamas county, at Oregon City, Tues day, September loth. Marion county, at Salem, Saturday, Sep tember 14th. I. R. MOORES, Agent of the Board. Salem, Oregon, August fth, 13w. 4i!:5w Notice to Milton ciic. npAKE NOTICE, that Abraham Tharp lias JL made application at this office to enter as a pre emption right the S. W. quarter of N.W. quarter, and W. ht of SAY. quarter of section In, and N. W. quarter of W. quar ter of section 15, T 5 S R 5 west, and his claim being in conflict with your prior filing for the same tract, yen will be allowed thirty days from this date, in which to appear and establish your claim, and failing to do so the entry of said Tharp will he allowed. OWEN WADE. Register, 41 4t) HENRY WARREN, Receiver. Land Office, Oregon City, Or., Aug. Sd, '67. Administrator's Notice. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the undersigned has been appointed, by the Countv Court ot Clackamas county, Ore gon, Administrator of the estate of Enos Stover deceased, late of said county. All persons having claims against said estate ore hereby notified to present them with the proper vouchers, within six months from the date of this notice, 10 the Administrator iu Oregon Citv, said county. N. W". RANDALL, Administrator. July loth, 1SG7. t4o.4 Executor's Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN appointed by thcConnty Court of Clack amas county, Oregon, executor of the estate of Samuel K. Bariow deceased, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims against said estate, to present them with the vouch ers required by law, to hira at bis residence iu Cauemah, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. And all persons owing said estate are required to make immediate payment. GEO. A. SHEPHERD. Oregon City, July 2oth, ls67. (40.4 Dissolved. rpiIE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex I isting between David Smith and W. H. Marshall, in the blacksmithing and boiler making business, under the tirm name of Smith & Marshall, was dissolved by mutual consent on July 1st, 167. The busiuess will be carried on at the old stand by David Sjiith. SM ITII & MARSHALL. Oregon City, Oregon, July 31st, 1867. 41. JUSTICES1 BLANKS, of every descrip tion, for sale at the Enterprise office. BILL HEADS PRINTED. At the Enterprise Office. PORTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE. Person bavin!! business in Portland are ad vised to note the following firms. JIACIv & HATCH, DENTISTS, The patronage of tnose desiring Firtl Class Vjjri-atii$, is respectlully solicited. Satisfaction iu all cases guaranteed. X. B Nitrous Oxyde administered for the Painless Extraction of Teeth. Also : the Ehhjolcne Spray used for those who prefer it. Office Corner of Washington and Front streets, Portland. Entrance on Washington street. 42.tf THE NATIONAL COLLEGE of BISIXESS AXDCOUMEUCE! Corner of ALDER and FROXT streets. P OR PL AND OR EG OX. npiIIS POPULAR, PRACTICAL INSTI JL tution oilers the best and most success ful System of Practical Training and thor ough Business Discipline, TO QUALIF Y Young and Middle Aged j&sl zee: :n2kr . . . . Ear an Active, Successful Life ! Tuition for the full Business Course, time unlimited, 50. Those wishing to become members will be admitted any week day iu the year. No ex amination at the time of entering. The College Gazette, giving full informa tion, is sent free to all who desire it. J5T Applicants will applv in person, or by letter, to M. K. LA IT DENSLAG EK, 34.Smj President. Sixteen Years in Oregon. S, J, M'CORMICK, THE Pioneer Bookseller and. Publisher Of this State, desires to inform all his old customers (and as many new ones as may not be acquainted witti the fact) that he stiil continues to operate at the FRANKLIN BOOK STORE, 105 Front Street, Portland. (exactly opposite mount hood) Where he is prepared to furnish SCHOOL LOOKS, STATIONERY, SHEET MUSIC, IXSTRUCTIOX JiOOKS for alt kinds of Musical Instruments. CHUIiCJi ?1VS1C JiHiIS, BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS. BLANK BOOKS, TOYS, MISCELLANEO US BOOKS, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, GLOBES, PRESSES. lyr.J PENS, Photographic Albums, And every other article in the above line. MIfSItS JUTS) Jr J. 1 JL. JH la One door south from the corner of First and Morrison streets, near the Western, J'orlland, Oregon. WE X. Shanahan, I M PORTE U AND OEA LKIL 1 .V ,1 US I CA L INSTR U ME NTS, FINE F.N G 12 A VINGS. PICTURE FEAAli-jS And MOLDINGS. rpilE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK JL of EniM-avinirs, Cromos, Piain r.nd col ored Litlmviraphs, etc , evi-r bfl"ie .lit: rod in this market, just receied and for sale at GEEATLY REDUCED PRICES! also : Vicivs of Columbia River Scenery! Const.intly on baud. AGENT FOrt BltAimt nY S CELEBItATEn (3 asi.3fi& Scale SIss22n : Which have given universal satisfaction, and whic h L e guarantees to sell at San Fran cisco prices. "R?" Special attention given to framing Photograph Engravings, etc. Mr. Shanahan, formerly of A. Ivoh ler's establishment. San Francisco, will at tend to tuning and repairing Pianos. Meio- deons. and all kinds of Musical Instruments. Pianos for Rent. (..Stl.ly O XL 13 rsv AND PAPER HANGING 5 No. 113 Front street, Portland, BECi LEAVE TO IXFOKM TIIE public that they keep au extensive stock of CARPETS, PAPER HANGINGS, FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS LACE CURTAINS, CORNICES AND BANDS. GILT MOLDINGS, And all poods in the CARPET & UPHOLSTERY IINE ! We Import our Oools Uircct from tiie East, and sell at Sun Fianciscu Pi ices : WALTER RRO.'S, 113 Front street, nearly opposite Vaughn's Wharf, Portland, Oregon. , ;i.. ianos( H. SlHSHEiiViER & CO., New York Manufacturers of Eell Metal Patent Agrafle Grand Scale Pianofortes THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RES pectfully announce to his old patrons and the public generally, that he will keep constantly on hand a good assortment of tho above class Pianos, which be oilers whole sale and retail at New York prices. AGENT FOR STEIXWAT SONS Celebrated Pianofortes ! AXD A. E. TJJ OMPS ON'S Patent Swell and Voice Tremelo Choral Organ. li Pianos and Organs cnrcfuUv tuned and repaired. II. SINSHEIMER Sd.ly; in Front st. Portland, Oregon. 1 mm TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION. Oregon Steam Navigation COM NOTICE, REDUCTION OF FARE. ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEX PE In fected by the Oregon St. am Nan nation Company and the Pioneer Stage Coiiipnnv, wherebv passengers can pur chase THROUGH TICKETS from Portland to the different points iu Idaho at the follow ing rates : From Portland to Boise City, $"1 ") " Idaho City t'l ;"U Silver Citv CI 50 Passengers can lay over at Umatilla by o-iving notice to the Agent of the "Pioneer StagiTCompauy." TbrougU Tieltet Koltl only at the Cijinpaii Offiee in FoitlaiKi. The rates of passage on the river until further notice will be as follows : From Portland to Dalles $0 25 n? .a. :sr y Umatilla, 15 00 " Wallula 16 0!) .i 1'alouse 20 00 " Lewistou 25 00 From Dalles to Umatilla 10 00 " Wallula 1100 " " 1'alouse 15 00 " " Lewiston 20 00 " Umatilla Wallula 2 50 " Palousc 7 00 " Lewiston 12 00 " Wallula " Palouse GOO " " Lewiston 10 00 THE BOATS OF THE 0. N. CO. For the Dalles IVILli LEAVE POUTLiXn DAILY, (Sundavs excepted,') AT 5 O'CLOCK, A. M. COXXEVTIXG OX Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, "W5t3t UuaUon tiie Upper Columbia, FOR Umatilla & Wallula. Tiie Friday' Bt-nt G'li 'iccts with tlifi BOAT FOR LBWISTON. RETriSSISG-Tlie Boats will leave Lewiston every Monday morning, and Wal lula every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, touching at Umatilla and arrive at Dalles same day. j. C. AISVOKTH, J'i t.:Llel O. S. X. Co. Portland. JuU-:6th 1S67. S:if EI0NTICELL0 ROUTS. THE STEAMER drjesctje: Master OlILSO.N'. CARRYING TIIE UNITED STATES MAIL Will leave Portland for Monticello rvery Tuesday, Thursday a'ld Saturday, at 7 o'clock a. si., via Levis river. J. t. AIXSWOETII, I'rtxi.Ient O. S. X. Co. ASTCaiA ROUTE. TIIE U. S. II AIL STEAMER Snow Master. Will 1 avc Portland for Astoria r.nd inter mediate landinirs, on Monday and Friday of each week, at 0 o'clock a. Returning, wilt leave Astoria on Tuesday and Saturday at 6 a. u. Jf. C. AISYOUT!I, J'l-(sUrht O. S. X. Co. PEOPLE rp inuisporiaiiGU Company. NEW AltllAXGEJIEXT. Until further notice THE STEAMER A 1 12 1! T MM Will leave Portland daily at 7 o'clock A. M. from the Company's dock, toot of A street, for Oregon City, connecting with the steamer RSLIANCS, On Monday ;nd Thursday of each ireck for Salem, Albany, Corvallis, and intermediate points. AND WITH TIIE STEAMER U 17 I O IT , On Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of each week, for Lafayette and in termediate 2oiitts. Due notice will be given when the Company will dis patch a boat on other days than above. Returning the Str. ALERT will leave Oregon City for Portland at 1 o'clock P. M. A. A. JlclfLLY, I 'reside itt P. T. Co. HALEM, March 1st, isr.7. :if DAILY OVERLAND MAIL ROUTE! TO CALIFORNIA. rpimOUGH to Sav FRANCISCO IN SIX JL days, Carrying the U. S. Mail and W. F. & Co.'s Express. II. W. CORBLTT & Co., PboPks. By this route pas?engers avoid the risk of Ocean travel. Passing through Oregon Citv Salem, Albany, Corvallis, Oakland, Win chester, Roseburg, Canyonville, iacksonville and in California: Yreka, Trinity Center Shasta, Red Bin If, Tehama, Cbico,Orovil!e Marysyille to Sacramento. Connecting with the daily stages to all mining towns innort!i ern Cjlifornia and southern Ort-"oii also with the Railroad from Orovillc to Sacra mento; Also connecting with the Central Pacific Railroad to the Atlantic States. Stages stop over night at Jacksonville and reka, for passengers to rest. Passengers will be permitted to lav over at anv point and resume their seats at pleasure," at anv time within one month, upon notifrimr the Agent at the otlice where they lay over? Kmc to Sun aaiu nlo es,-, Stages leave the Portland ofiice (Arri.r0 nt s Hotel,) daily at i o'clock " 0 StLSni) B. "(i. WHITEHOUSE, Pnt CHARM AN t BRO., Oregon City Agents. RANCH FOR SALS. OITUATEI) BETWEEN TIIE CLACK- ainas and the OREGON CITY T07N PLAT ! In the vicinity of the place of T. J. Hunsaker. Will be sold cheap for cah Apply to LEVY A; FEClillEIMER, "J'u lam street, Oregon Citv. 100,000 CHAR MAN A BRO. XM PHKTIXU XE VTIA EXFAIT. fj 5 t the ENTERPRISE OFFICE. MIS CEL LANEO US. E. K. Kl'SSELL. F. DALTON. RUSSELL & DALTON, Attorneys and Counselors at Laic, Solicitors in Chancery, and lieul Estate Agents. Will practice in the Courts of the second, third and fourth Judicial Districts, and in the Supreme Court of Oregon. Jy" Special attention given to the collec tion of claims at all points in the above nam ed districts. Otlice in Parrish's brick building, Albany, Oregon. (Ss". Attorneys at L aw, No. S7 Seventh St., P. O. Box loS-4, WASniNT.TOX ClTT, V. C. i Q FECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN to LAND 3 Business, before the General Land Oliice ami Interior Department, and generally to business before tne Executive Departments ; and Congress. ! Having had years of experience in the Geneiai Land Oilice, s.nd a long and sr.cees i ful practice in land clannsand controversies, ! we are enabled to oiler valuable services be fore the U. S. Supreme Court. Interior De partment, and General Land Otlicf. l-if We refer generally to alt C S. Land :.7..".m Olliuers. i WHILE YOU CAN Buy a Good Farm Cheap, QOfi rFHREE HUNDRED and TWENTY JL Acres of goo of good land, situated with in - miles ot Oregon City, in a scuth East course, in a "nice section ot the country, is now o tiered tor sale at a bargain. The land has upon it a GOOD HOUSE, SPLENDID BARX. WELL OF WATER, AX ORCHARD. And 50 Acres under Fence! It has been known as the Patterson Farm located by Abbott. 320 320 1 320 1 320 ;320 I For further particulars call at this ofiice or upon THOMAS GLEN ON, ; Eureka Saloon, cor. Front and Tavlor, j So.tf J Portland, OYeon. I K. B. KEU.Y. J. G. riLSBCRr. Kelly & FIIsbMi'y DEALERS IX PRODUCE, Seasonable Fruit, V EGETABLE S, J zS CHOICE CASE GOODS! WE SHALL ALSO PAY PARTICULAR attention to the country trade, and endeavor to oLvays have on hand the best quality of Butter, eggs, potilln, etc. By strict attention to business we hope to merit a share of the pub'.ic patronage. KELLY k PILSBURY. 'Z'A Post-ot'.ice budding, Oregon City. REMINGTON'S AR&ORV Ilion, Kev York. Aynicy Jr Par WstsHijiirtoii S:., 'fic Coast, Sun Fiancfar, 310 ON II AN I) FOR SALE. Greatly Reduced Frlces ! LAUGH STOCK Ti ZX S. REVOLVERS, Army, Savy an.I iitlt, single and t?oul3lc Action. :v JL. A.1 AJ AlA kD - IJrcecIi Ijoalfi!g. llcsoivins aiitl C. GUX XES, KE?iTUS. irrrle Barrel Vest Pocket Pistols (New ?.k ) All tiie IJIiTiioJit PatlMiis and Slj 1 of Fitiisli. GUN BARRELS AXD MATERIAL U", WARDS OF TWO HUNDRED thousand furnished the United Stales Government since LSll. Army Revolver, 44 ion in. Caliber. Navy Revolver, S6-K.HI in. Caliber. Belt Revolver (self cocking,) Navy Cal. Belt Revolver, Navy Size Caliber. Police Revolver, Navy Size Caliber. New Pocket Revolver (with loading lever. Pocket Revolver (self cockinjr. 1 Repeating Pistol (Elliot pt. ) No. 32 Cart. Repeating Pistol (Elliot pt.; No. i2 Cart. Vest Pocket Pistol No. 22, SO and 32 CaM. Gun Cane, using No. S2 Cartridge. Single Barrel Shut linn. Revolving Itirle, 2H and 45-100 in. Caliber. Breech Loading Rttle, No. S2 Cartridge. Breech Loading Carbine, No. 46 Cartridge. U. S. Riiie ( Meel Barrel ) Sabre Bayonet. U.jS. Rifle Musket, Springfield Pattern. 1- f-,J Our Breech Loading arms have just been approved and adopted for military ser vice in Europe. E. REMINGTON A SONS, Ilioti, N. Y. ALIJEUT E. C11ANK, 2- ?:if. Aytnt. S;m Frjmcisco. J)AIN KILLER CURES SORE THROAT. A FAVORITE MEDICINE WITH ALL IJL classes, is Davis' Pain Killer. IF YOU HAVE PAINTER'S COLIC, USE the Pain Killer. -VTO MEDICINE IS SO POPULAR A J the Pain Killer. TEEP TIIE PAIN KILLER AI.Wiv at hand. TF YOU HAVE A COUGH OR COLD, s -L the Pain Killer. IOOK OUT AND NOT GET CAUGHT . J without a bottle of the Pain Killer. I ET EVERYOODY USE THE PAIN X-i Killer for sprains and bruises. EVERY TRAVELER SIIOTJLD CARRY a bottle of Pain Kilier with him. T EM EMBER, THE PAIN KILLER IS for Xj both Internal and External use. TZW The Pain Killer is sold bv all Drug. gists ani Dealers iu Family Medicines. Sold by Bell A- Parker, Oregon Citv, and by Hedge, Calef & Co., and Sinith & Davis, Portland. Perry Davis and Son Proprietors, 74 High street, Providence, R. 1., ;;?s St Paul si., Montreal, C. E.; and 17 Southampton Row London, England. !4i CRISPER COMA. Oh '. she was beautiful and fair, With starry eyes, and radieut hair, Whose curling tendrils soft, entwined, Encnained the very heat t aud mind. Ckisper Coma, for Curling the hair of either sex into Wavy and Glossy Ringlets, or Heavy Massive curls By using this article ladies and gentleme can beautify then;clves a thousand fold. II is the only article in the world that will curl straight hair, and at the same time give it a beautiful glossy appearance. The" Crisper Coma not only cutis the hair, but invigor ates, beautifies and cleanses it; it is highly and delightfully perfumed, and is the most complete article of the kind ever ofJered to th A mpi-ipsin TmVilm Thu V,.;w... ...:n I be sent to any address, sealed and postpaid, for l- Address all orders to (27. ly W. L. CLARK A Co., Chemists, j X'o. 3 Wt-st FayeHc St., SyvHeu?e, N. Y. tra' mot MISCELLANEO US. OREGON LEATHER ! The Best oh the Coast. Tiios. Armstrong, Mgfeaa8fos.fl? Manufacturer of ALL KINDS OF LEATHER! Miiavackie, Oregon. THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO IN form DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS That he is prepared to furnish as cood and durable an article of Leather as can be made on the Pacific Coast, at the following rates: Harness Leather, per lb 2S to SO cents. Extra heavy, for Concord. .. . S3 " Skirting, perpound 28 to 'i'i " Belting, in the side S " ' Cut, per square foot, $ 00 Side, upper, " " " 16 to 20 cents. Grain Leather " " " la to 22 I Light Buff, or Grain for Wo ' i. men i? oi iv IS to 20 " CalfSkins, per doz Kip " " Bridle, per side Collar, per side Lace Leather, per side.. . $30 00 to $40 00 . 4000 to 60 00 . Z 50 to 4 On . 1 00-to 2 50 . 2 00 to 4 00 rsf I do net think that Harness Leather should necessarily be made in Siinta Cruz, in order to stand the test of our climate ; j.Jf Nor do I think that Bolting, in order to bear the straiu of Oregon Machinery, must be made in the Atlantic States'. ALL I ASK JS A And I will prove, to the satisfaction of all concerned, that Oregon Leather is the best on the Coast. All orders will meet with prompt at tention. Address : THOMAS A BMSTRON G. S6.lv") ililwaukie, Oregon. 0. DEALERS in S X O "V IE S , !g5 rumjjs, Lead J'ive, Hose, etc. And Manutacturc-rs of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Main Street, Oregon City. The subscribers would respectfully an nounce that they keep constantly on hand a pood assortment cf Cooking, Parlor, Ail Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this market, which are being Offered at Portland Prices ! Our assortment in this line is large, and em braces almost any desired pattern, including the BUCK, I1EXRY CLAY, II EARTH ST ONE, WESTERN EMPIRE, GREAT REPUBLIC. 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 found a good assortment, ot Hard ware, Woouemvare, etc. C. W. POPE & Co. Oregon City, Ar.ril 2"th, 1'"7. 1. KIG HX,"ST IL'IPOIITAXT ! To all wisltlng HORSE SHOEING. BLACK SM ITU 1 N G, J liON , ETC. John W. Lewis, Corner cf 21 A IX and SKCOXD streets, OREGON CITY. Takes this opportunity to inform his old customer'', and the puolic in general, mat be now va on hand TIIE CELEBRATED And other patterns which he warrants in every particular to give satisfaction. The r arming community are especially and earnestly invited to call ind see these im- plements, before purchasing elsewhere Ail work m his line is done in the best possible manner, and at such prices as must suit all. In connection with the above de partment of business the undersigned is also prepared to manufacture Wagons and Carriages of every kind! in point of style and durability EQITAL TO A X V IMi'OKTE : Havingconstantly on hand forsale a large assortment of material, consisting iu part of WAGON TIMBER. IRON, STEEL, ETC., The propi ietor is Enabled to fill all Orders ! Feir such Articles on The Most Favorable Terras. I"-?" AU work from this establishment, and all material sold on order, is warranted to be as represented. J. W. LEWIS. Oregon Citv. D. I.lfifir,. l:lv A CAISn FOR TIIE FALL AND AV INTER Of Siiu Eruijcisco. BiDGER & LINDEWBERGER, Nos. 411, 413 and 415 Battery street, Cor. .Merchant, San Francisco, IatpoitTEjis anp Wholesale JJealeks KNTiKi: NBW AND FHES1I STOCK ! w 7E AVOULD CALL ATTENTION OF Country .Merchants to our usuallv lar: e ftocK 01 noons, our stocK comtirtses every article in the Clothing and Furnishing line. AVe have constantly on hand the larg est and greatest variety of Cassi meres and AVofd IL:ts, of any house in San Francisco, and our prises for these goods are less than those of any house, as we receive them di rect front the manufacturer's consignment. Our stock f Fall ami AA'ixtkk Goods is particularly attractive, and the great feature to the country merchant is the unusually low prices. Less than (he Cost of Importation ! V'a a'?o keep the staple articles iu the Dry Good; line, which Goods we have pur chased in this market under the hammer, and are odcriug them at New York cost, or less. 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 1 Are the greatest inducements to all who purchase to sell again. Meichauts who buy of us can make a good profit, and sell to their customers at a low figure. H e renini ti, liexpeeifuUv uaur (f't Srr'tx. BADGER & LINbENBERGEK', AVhoIcsile Clothing and Hut Warehouse, Nos. 411, 413 and 415 Battery street. San Francisco, July 30th, 't7. 42.3m 1 PERSONS IN WANT OF CHOICE 'A neties of flowers, are in vited to examine our assortment before purchasing elsewhere. KELLY s PILSBURY, JVtf ') Post ofiice, Oregon C:fr. MISCELLANEOUS Whiskers and HL-arrO T70BCED to grow upon llle Mnootv ' r .in from three to live weeks T f i & oevtsrue Kestat Restaurateur rm.'.:"' ngl)r r wonderful discov very m mn,!.,, : ' lntf "iom unon the honr-H or,,"! i.: "ce acting uious manner. It ha Of P;iris m- I.rir..t . . uv, nair airman almost s been used bvtl 1 ,' C" with the n,o-fl.l'f'!,,' success. Names of !! ,v.. 1 t!a,tenn registered, and if ent.reatiscLr"1 & given in every instance, the mornr '?" cheerfully refunded. Price br m" V"1 be and postpaid, 1. DescriptivecirM.i testimonials mailed free. Addr , L s Av-i . BEKGER. S1117TTX X- r, T ,s' Sole Agents for the United s; ' : V. 1.1 r- : , 1 I -v, B EAUTY! 27.1. Anburn,Golden,Pla2.en,Silken CrH. "PRODUCED by the use of prof n, ls: 1 Friser Le Chevaux. One a,,,,! t T1' warranted to curl the most strait n ' born hair of either spy i.,t . or heavy massive curls. ihiS been Vt the tas iiftniiKw f Purl ... 1 . u the most gratifying results. 1,1m G D, to the hair, Price bv nmil en.it... . 1:1 urv- paid, $1. Descriptive circula, 3 mailed tT' Address: Beugeu, Snt rrs & Co.," I nl f ee 27. 1 v) N o. 2S5 Rt ver st , Tror v Sole Agents for the United Stales. "' EXCELSIOR! EXCELSIOrP CHASTE LEAR'S HAIR, EXTE,MIN ATOE!. For Removing tfywrfluoii Ilxir. Q TO the ladies especially, this invu!i;aMft depilatory recommends itself as be in an almast indispensable article to f-nriU beauty, is easily applied, does not bttm or V jure the skin, but acts airectly on the root.," It is warranted to remove supertiuons V.arr from low foreheads, or from any part of 'i. body, completely, totally, and 'radically ox., tirpating the same, leaving the skin'soft" smooth and natural. This is the ur.lv anidf. tised by the Frencft, and ii is the onK- Tnr effectual depilatory in existence. Price'"'" cents pcr-package" sent j)OKtpaid to any a'u dre?s, on receipt of an order, hy BERGER, SHUTTS & Co.," ChemUs 2J-1J) !S.- Itiver st-. Troy, X.V. There Cometh glad tidings of joy to all. To young and to old, to great and small: The beauty which once was so precious ai;i rate," O Is free for all, and all rn.iv be fair. ISy tiie use of CHASTELLAE' WHITE LiaiJID EHAKEL For improving and beautifying the com plexion. The most valuable and perfect r.-'v aration iu use, for giving the skin 0 beautiful pearl-like tint, that is only found ;n vol;.f. It quickly removes Tan, freekeis, I'lmpU' Blotches. Moth Patches, Sallow nss, l.nn'. lions, and all impurities of the sl;in ki'm'K hcaling tiie same ler.vi::g the skm white aii clear as alabastar. Its nse cannot bedetoeV.t bv the closest semtiny, r.nd being a v(:f-.ij ble preparation is perfectly ho liness. IUs! the only article of the kind used by Vuiica and is considered by the Parisian' us 'xdC pensabie to a perfect toilet. UpwssMn cf yo,(iuo bottles were sold during the a sutllcieiit guarantecQd' its el!k;v. foln 7.t cents. Sent by mail, tjost pt.id, ctt reviH of nn order, by ct BLRGER, SI1UTTS A Co., Chemist.,, River n.y, X. 1 REr-ARATOR CAPIILL. Throw away your false frizzes, your switcliej your wig 0 Destructive of comfort, and not worth a f:--Come aged, come yoiithfnl.corne ugiy and fair And rejoice iu your own luxuriuiu'liair. Reparatob CaI'Illi : For restoring Hairnjion bald licaJs ffrotu wha. ever cwse it may have lalien out.) and forcing a growth of hair ujoi me lace, it hoa ,in . -.... I It will force the beard to Ksir nnen t smoothest face in from live to eiglit"wt.-?K or hair upou bald heads in from to to xhrn months. A few ignorant practitioners have asserted that there is nothing that will force or hasten the growth of the" hair or bvari! Their assertions arc f.:l as t. 1 011 s a living witnesses (from their own experience'! can bear witness. lint many viiisr.v, how are we to distinguish the g -n nn? from t.'.c spurious? It certainly is diiiieul', as uiV tenths of the dub-rent preparatior.s a-.h tised for the. hair and beard are t-nrn-rv worthies?, and vou mav have alt .a;; lar away large amounts in their pure!" such we would say, try the Reparator t'apiiii it will cost you nothing unless it fully ccme up to our representations. If your druggie docs not keep it, send us one "dollar arid w will forward it, postpaid, together with a re ceipt for the money, which will be returmd you on application, providing entire sati "faction is not given. Address: (J7:l; AV. L. CLARK .'i Co.. Chemist?. No. 3 AYest Fayette St., Syracuse, X. T. AFFLICTED S U FF E Ji N O MOB El When by the use of Dr.Joivvii.i.k's Va.'.v.h you can be cured permanently, at a trifiiDi cost. The astonishing success hich has at tended this invaluable medicine for t,ie:;l and Nervous Weakness, General Debility, and Prostration, Loss of Muscular eneri, Impoteney, or any of the consequences of youthful indiscretion, renders it the mut valuable preparation ever discovered. U will remove all nervous affections, pri-ssiou excitement, incapacity to study or bii'-G)es loss of memory, confusion, thoughts of sdi destrtiction. fears of insanity, Ac. It will restore the appetite, renew the health of those who have destroyed it by excess of ev iQrac ticcs. Youngnen, be humbugged no 11101 by " Quack Doctors," and ignorant practi tioners, but send without delay for the Khxif and be at once restored to health and happi ness. A perfect cure is guaranteed in evciy instance. ' Price 1, or lour bottles toons address, :. One bottle is sufficient to effect a cureis any ordinary case. Also: Dk. Joixvili.e's Specific Pills, r tiie speedy and permanent cure of Goticrrhi' (ileet. L'rethal discharges. Gravel, StricttTc, and all ali'ections of the Kidneys ami U-h der. Cures effected in from one to five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts that are harmless on the system, and 11 r nauseate the Ktunuu iip .-.r liiir.r nn:ite til4.,; i...-..iii r.;;,. u ii using them, nor does their action in any intct lere with busiuess pursuits. 1'riee ii per box. Either of the above mentioned articles"" be sent to any adihess, closely sealed, "'"J, postpaid, by mailr express, on receipt price. Address all orders to BERGER, SHUTTS & Co. Chemists. 27.lv) No. Lsf River st Troy, X. L " ASTRX7LCGY. THE WORLD ASTONISH At the Wonderful Reerl-jtiim MADE 15 Y THE GKEAT ASTROl.oGIST, Madame JI. A. PERRIG0. She reveals secrets r.o mortal everki'fj Restores to happiness thoty n ho:,t ful events, cataso-ophes, crosses in '.'",."' of money, Ac, have become despnn";y. She biings together those long sejM'.aa" gives information concerning absent 't'1'' or lovers, restoresQ't or stolen I,rn",';!..j tells you the business you are bet q""1" to pursue and in what you wiil l"ia'Y cessful, causes speedy-" marriages aii'f you the very day you" will marry, '''q,',!,,, the name, likeiss, and characteristics' , person. She reads y our very thoughts. ' bv her almost supernatural powers. "."' the dark and hidden mysteries of the tlht From the stars we see in the firmament malefic stars that overcome or f rerf'! 111 the configuration from the aspeoa .ositions ol the planets and the fixyu the heavens at the time of birth, she aen It ii" tli future destiny of man. Fail r,ot.)--j, suit the greatest" Astrologist 011 eartf ts vou but a tri'de, and you may n ..yt-r gain liave so favorable an opi'orttiiiity. , sulfation fee, with likeness ana .e information, f 1. Parties living t a u can consult the Madame by mail i(.)a safety and satisfaction to themselves, . V 2" person, a mn au c.in.. v out, with all inquiries answerer rlond-liW1" t enclosed, sent bv mail on receipt ot p.- jj( led. The strictest seere illiyic u:i,,tvi.v. - - . , . 11 .....wr,'iiltl be matntainea, ana au cunc.-t - turned or destroyed. References 01 -est order furnished those desiring t 1 a Write plainly the day of the " the ver 111 which you were born, tu . a small lock of hair. Address. ,;0 7 5V) ,btu H. A. FbRh'' V P.O. Drawer IV", IMfl, 0 2k'