SllUeeMij Enterprise. TOV.X A:."I tOUSTV. N$v Boo.-cs. We arc again placed nn der ob!igat:on.s..t3 A- I;o!r!:i & Co., of Han I'ran. iico, for n-s'" publication?, Snc!u-1-jn a vf.l:.ie of pnges entitle:! "Con fucius anil tho Chinese classics : or Read ings in Chinese Literature." E li ted and couiplied by Rev. A. W. Loom's. The rodents are divided into lour parts. The f rst bein'4 devotes.! to history and biog- i raphy. including the Ldiiuese history down to the Chri.-tiarKra, the Ancient ihiip're f China, and the Hie of Confucius. Part two h ela.vdfieJ into four book.-? ; giving the Confucian Analects, tho Great Learn ing, the Doctrine of the .dean, and Mon tuus. Van third embraces a miscellane ,;? cVdcdio't u-.i-'er JLS headings, and 1'art Fourth i an iMiton-.il review, v.' ill; remarks on the do'-tuaes tv.!ght by the Oiiin-.-ses.ige?-, an ! their ioknouce on tho Chinese mhol. It is a desirable book. . . . We ah;') have a story ia.cloth, loO pages, entitled "The Greek Slave,-" by Juritha, arid st novel, " In Bond," by Laura Pres ton. These works are a few, others we have noticed, of funny publications issued by the hrrii of A. Roman, and they are rjuile .suggestive of the changes that are being wrought upen this cuast. WV now ire co Iciig'-r obliged to f-end cist for work of iiiorit. Tlie au-'hors are with us. iind ait tf'ie materia!.-! for the work is here to he found Mr. John Fleming, of this citv. has also allowed ns to peruse Hel per's new work, " X deque." To read this work it is hard to believe that the au thor of ihei " Impending Crisis " wrote it, Lnt it is in I lelper's trainextreme and t'ot! ia for placing the neirro, and all bi- !oretl persons, beyond the posiibillty of : finding a douncu AnnTica suosofptent to li:(). His r-".;snk:g is (ally us good as that displayed in his " Impending Crisis." A P.u R;:.vr. Thb Srui of C. A Tuvlor & Co., SO X.ir-s.ve. street. Mow York, who are sending ' confidential" circulars all throughout the country, may be set down as a d-i'id b:'.iL Mr. V;n. Rmnghton, of this city, ha-; placed one of their tempt ing oilers" bolero us, which was probably ft?nt to him hy mistake, as be is by jj mean an Orcjon f. :t. The subdue pro poses that if Mr. Broughfoa will send Taylor & Co., S"J in gold they wi'l for ward lihu a prize of a i'o,y hundred d-,d-lars which lie, Rronrhtou, is to t-how the people, and lvpivsoul that he drew it in a !terv. oi w'noa xavhn' tV Co. are ac-'ents. who c'iiiju U--:i would li;.-; nuthhst' by the : '.; -j wo oh u thev coo toleration a- thev' . ; le ik p the lo: s by ihe e.vtJ'a s--ah.-; :f ti.'ki-fs to ;'L gou City, 'iiy -!;J. -t Ta h;r . dllCt tho , -;:; t';1 .. the balance ui eaee t 'Jr. Win. udj. have :?.; lo i.ivf.-t i:s t.-rn r:.-s r-i it 'net r : t'ii Ore- . '.. . oe-u;;-t send oag'atn. sieli i-n-will h-i " Vac by. A and his u parted. Tu!:.iKii:.vti..--The " , ;. ,j. - : The Ia.t LVritrru;?:-; has a .short article reviving the are:ial et;-.-.-. Jen ;;., that place. The I'stabtish-izent of a railed Sn.tes Arsenal at Oregoa City w.o:;.i L-.- of inre.'er.se ad vantage to the? p'.a-jo, and since tho nation ought to inure oil", st-r-.o-vvhere .n the. iiurtli ;rn co.t, ami sJtv:-'. tie-re i. do l.-jure con venient place, ail things being considered, 3Vir oi'i', lhan at Orer u City, v.'e hopn.- the it)tks c'.-jj, v there will continue to u resent the advantages of the p'-;c- and if posi-1-4!e t it tO";-e. X-'hex we v h".v the'jues tioa sr the liht -f n-e. hh.iI and .State puli tcy, v.'e feel as thongh we have a light to .lo v. nnetl'!g in ;!(. pr:--:J ;es, -,vc an so s-.lia!l wh.t, ve can : the O-vfon City Arsena'." That ye- J :r). Marg.in, we feel fit R ilea?, ire ju i:!.-e!ir.g run on su':h. .grounds to and h.-avaftr, v, '.v.: ;.. ; u,di to!cs v,-i;.'.i i:iif a:':er dinner ( - w. -vill re-.-,:' ion. ct yi.ur intere.s; wis! A Got: la r i,-i.'. r, v.-i'.t a ro LoTir:':. ::.ty, Pa::.:.- i leUer on ( .!, m ,,:i,itO, :es i::e t legua, which we regret we c.,ioi shall hmg i; . n .however. :! i fe';.!?a-.:i ;a ! .h: : a.C'st'f.i ! - who feel I ks ., iaoUiKllU;,!! :;;., 3 ! i .i;;v. e ;i:r ! -a re ; w-.l x;r i wc-h-.. i- her C '1- ; tie' C! t t h.;.e i i -eii.i i t; tiding g "d. p.racticul 1 he people of ike ii.tsl will (!o v ho ward a coov. This is a copy. fiaphaticaliy th best wav to 'attract at teiiu'MR (a Oreg.vi. xn we hope Mr. Alin ito s --! u.-r v P .;.rlt L.Very wiiere. 'rructtAs;- ' '!.!: :- 'nxAiir. At the Conference Rev. Mr. WaH.-r were date s-ssion ef ..-.e M. K. T.'l). hfivfr. r;ie R..v. wppo.uie.t to set - iih the school coiiinit fee of the Oregon Ci!y Cuttncll. M'.ws s. . -T. ;.vn:cr.:on. C. W. i'Jeie. and J. W. Lewi?, en d.-;; e;;!? -if ;!:e bi-af-k of land ard Ouihbnj there, is iu this place. knew:i rs fthe :vgon City Hentinary. The properly 'vas tinally purchased bv the eifv for the uin oi-.(m ;t!,;i ncv- -TVe own "as tine a 2ubhc school biiihling as any toy, n uf tho importance cf this could desire. S.uiiuTAii Sfiwm. ()n-!CKi:s. Officers for the M. E. .Sabbath School, were elected at She Teachers meeting on Sunday last, as fol-2ivi-i?: Rov. W. 1 Cosper Kunerintendent ; lj- Francis Assistant ; Mrs. IVasa Lady Assistant ; Geo. jQ Smiiii Secretary and uL)hranan ; Win. Rudy Assistant : Ocean tosper Trea-urer. A pri.o Committee was appoip.u-d. consisting of Judge J. I). Locey, L. Zigler, and Mrs. Geo. Jyhnaon. 'Tin: Flag Staff. The liberty pole raised on the bluff hi thia city on last Sat urday is really a credit to the place. Mai. t'liartaans large flag was hoisted upon it i'l that dav. and the er.'ire e.enA;-,;,. ?cre excessively proud of io Men' of nil ,f names were free to a"kne-.v!,-,t.r.. !-. it,,. tars and Stripes are the only true e:n :liems of liberty, and would not be will ingly exchanged fur any other. AUH Days The weather has been 1 p., . ... G "mui ot ror the most nart of th time this week. The river is nearly dried no t least has got down to low tide everv wjerc, ami yet the R. T. Company dis patch a steamer for points above Albany n the regular days. They expei-t to have 'ic new one out fur the State Fair, we 'earn. Just now the -.'', is as sjood as new, and the coolest place in the "counlrv on hor decks. I JMiMUKr-s Salk. The sale of merehan V. a;... ... . . i-oaajuagiaent against II II. Snow, m Elicit, Weil A Co.. f or tne ifum AOUC.:. conunonced on Thur.-alay. A re present, an 1 ,l,auor of bidders wc r.- i)nc V-etV obtained. Son " the mcr- chaauWtTC Purchased for Rortlan i 4,ClU-NV:K - Ci.ku:,.-;.,i-s Vv'e (da serve wat :ay. Fred. CI) ipma-i, long acting as i'c Bros, has changed his with Mr. S. Ackerman. .. eni.a l orest. late with J Ion. J. gone behind the counters iajor iijOiuasChanj!a:i KettfTixG's Tk:au-TLo accused mur- Kei-v.'i,.. .:n , ... -'"'s, W1U 00 trieu u ii u ou ,l ciiaiiire next " lnomah C0lintv- at the count.05 Si,a of Circuit Court in this T - ?nw pUY Eusr The Woolen Mauufactur a o Company at this city now begin work daveTf'.M''mor(Icr t0 crowd in'all the PTSuntf Cln7 at time T-loyeoV -.llt!jL'1' orders. Many of the ev-ork. 'iUkiri- Sood wages on T-.r... r. lin We are pleas Pairva in , "!.v V1s 3"'operty has been re- --atia! v.av ihe tKit week. Oswego Ir.ox. For a complete descrip tion of the Oregon Iron Company's works, at Oswego, in this county, the reader is reii-ned to the KxTKUPiuss of Saturday, Augu.-.t '-'A. and f ji a complete realization O! loo proiid-i-d success of tbo venture. read tho ?!:.:.; ;;u account of the finnl reduction cf the ore. uud htouldln- of vl" -V... ''.,.- . '5 , Iron, which '"-"a co.jsninrna o. .Saturday. We of Tuesday : q uo a: irom the Orejonlan Tho works Lave f,p,.n ?n full operation since last Saturday meruit"' and thus far every result has been mnsl satisfactory. It h cause for sincere rejoic ing that the efforts of the enterprising company which has undertaken the devel opment of this most important resource of our State, fire now sure to be rewarded wnh complete succe.i. h v.-oald be diffi cult to name an iiueiest on this coat which may ahectii.e :c : , .-..! pc.e., :-i y ri.-: u di rectly and peniianondy than i;-e till working of oar iron nones. - U oot so much that the prep: ietors raav reik money out of them, but it U that some 0f the cinef courses of trade and manufacture wall be turned in entirely new chancels. These works, if present pros p s cts are here after realized, will be aide to supply the greater part of the demand of the whole coast lor raw iron. This alone is a vast interest ; but when vre take into considera tion that iron rolling mills and manufactur ing esian;imo!:ts ot various kinds will surely lollow the success of this pioneer eOort, the interest which the w hole country Lum m it is immense entirely bevond the possibility of present conception." hi view of this, we shall certainly not be censured if we devote to the various matieis con nected with these works, the greater por tion of our column, to-dav. The -(Ucon Iron Company" was incorporated, by sham ing and tiling articles in the ohic-s'of the County C Seriv oi this enn-'v, and of the Secretary of State at S dem. on the it ith day of Feiu-uary, 'Jo. The incorporators were : JJ. t. (Jmn, W.-.S. Ladd. and John Green. The capital stock was fixed at SoOd.OGO. The .stock was soon taken, the number of stock;:.. Mors being twenty, in j'"dmg tome of our juo-t sagacious and er.envctie l"'-aes j men. ;i the likii of .laylbilowitifi, t!:e :!-ekho!Jc-rs he'd their first meeting and organised uiJ1''1" the pro visions of the statute by ch-cano," a bot'd of directors, consisting of Av". S.'Lada. IL C. Leonard. John Green, T. A. Davis. P. C. Schuyler, II. D. Green, and Henry Fail ing. At a sabsoMuoiit meeting cf the di rectors, W. S. Ladd was hosen President. II. C. Leonard Vice I'resident. and If. 1). (iieen Secretary. Mr. P. C. SehuvJor is at pi-esent acting Secretary Thus far, the sum cf all the assessments levied on the stock is only 27 ! cent., nil of which has been paid in, with the exception of 11,000 dollars, deihup.ieiil by ;h;ve of the stock holders. The espe;:d:t!:r..-a f..-r building. . ccei.-.trucimg mau-rial. v.-.;. between '! at date thor" macuiU'-ry ting t . : : '. up to the -i.'a.') and have been deli can, at at u.e t.aa! t . . Tiie Lst: .;f Augo -a. ::Ke ; some iurther expenditure:; w pn ca'y be e.-th.mted. atnount isi.robab'y wilt, in si; company have pro is about - i liiihs fc -pi. c: ed the mine - liich j:.". tho- town ..f ' ;.- .; .. and having had the ore ih-ro-i,; began excavating for the walls mice and tower on ihe Zl-'. of Since then the work of buii-'in; iug tho mine has been carried a 1 , v te.- L f the . i r- i! ay, 3 :'.'. ; and open on without more t-'an temp.orary suspension till the present day. The just casting of iron into pigs was made on Saturday, August 2-i.:h. The manner of doing it is something as follows : Of course the furnace l;as had tire iu it f-.-r some time, and was hot when the work began. I ho wok men first put in at the top. it(l .;,.o..a.. ,,p 00i,p t;,..n y,;; :os. (it ore.ed.'.i'v.r to tuts r.mss about M.'i cent. of li':::.'--;-..:: This j'ropoi fi'iii . a. erved uuJl ti- farna.-e is liili. rF R a are hvi ken under the ang nit in the furnace, is to a-.. Jga !:! ;- with and inroiri: io-: of the lunostoiie and o: ha-iia-e;-. before 1 Tin- . - - ' -'e- I;:a itself all the dos ce. r-c!ea-. .! in iht rocc O! an Ring. m the "Fill; di - "a r . o:t 1 fu rmi.. o ;; ilirown cv : it fo -Wh. n the' t: .1 ,- pan' en t -e.-: :s : e -a: to a .0 ' F and e .lr a! !ae b )'t un gets foil i.a.n the h.-aita is ! - .;'. ..!. and runs oil in a spa--hkng w Into . a. . i 1. 1 t ' e pi;, where t into a a.;-:. :- ..; --i the a.;-. ia i .-O , , : ;:;a ;!ee ; : ; 1.- .r. r sere the iron i-: shaped Into V.v. e.f ta mult lie-i . . : : i. fa' Is, i , ! Ire liters. h a On Monday ihe heartii was tap.ped twice, the result being about six tons of pig iron, it is expected that when tho furnace gets formed and thoroughly healed, the compa ny will be able to cast t lire a tho"S at least ia 11 hours, making between three and four tons at each casting. Tina ore now used yields :i i " fl cent, of iron which .-Flore-!, any where in the h. T iie co;'d coals about G . : lime t -a. Tho ore would bo co world, very ri cent- -H bi?.-h is ei-iioaitei io c-- 1 ;:'o.e;r SF a i red ' he t 'a a icau con; t'in. o'n- HUS. .1 ue conU'-'ty no'w emiuov 'j e:s. coal boi'u .-rs. heav and ai'ttsa js u- Tho woe- rs now have in thorn about 0.000 bushels of coal, and it is coming in at the rate of 2,-00 bushels per day. The iron thus far cast, is pronounced by Mr. Harris, the su perintendent of the wori"?, and by other competent judges, to be eual in quality to any made in the United c'ates. It is very soft, and very tine in grain, and it is said might be worked into castings for machinery as run oil" from the furnace. . . Mr. J. C. Tnillinger. proprietor of the tow ;i site, has secured two pigs of the first castl ing, which he will ha veVngraved with his own initials, the date of casting, and the trade stamp of the company, and then planted as street monuments at the corners of blocks Xos. 1 and 'i. at the junctions of Furnace. Ladd. and Durham streets.... Tiie Iknild feels nice over the success of the company, and ehucke's to think that " California will succumb to Oregon in this ; iron age," and pay tribute7 to us in one respect. They cannot claim Oregon iron a -s a California production,"' increases the JtcnCd's emphasis, and of tins we are proudi" What Oregonian would not be? Goon- Yfomc. Whatever may have been said heretofore with reference to the working of streets in this city, this year it has been well done. Center street, and Fifth and Seventh streets, on the blutf. have been repaired so that they can be used the year around. Main street is now receiving repairs long needed, below the Congregational church. We agree with Mayor Italston in giving commis sioner Ryan credit for the manaer he has conducted the work this vear. Tkial of tuf. Wat;:!: lhr::s. The street mains cf the Water Company have been laid to Main street. Some young urchins tried the pipes a lew nights since, perhaps to their satisfaction, but to the infinite dis gust of Cap. Tease. They are not quite ready to let the water .-n. Go:::: J;k;.w. Mr. S. Ackerman. cur chant of this city left by ihe last steamer, intending to lay in a large stock of gener al merchandise for fall and winter trade. Some of the latest styles dress goods, are expected next week. Wox the Match. The third game of base ball, between the 2.1 nine of the Clackamas Club, and the Highlanders of this city, was played on last Saturday, and won by the former by 21 runs. The game was a very exciting. one, and lasted nearly three hours. Yakima. Capt. Win. Barlow and family have returned from a summer visit up the Columbia. They spent some time at V-nkima, and speak in high terms of praise cf that region. Basin Wokks. The P. T. Company have raised the height of the basin cribs at the southern end. considerably, and are now engaged ia tilling the whole with rock. If vuu wish the very best C.uu.'o.r Photo -oa.ums. you mast tail on iia.iu.i.Y Klu.of- ox, 42'.' Moiitgc.mvry street, au f raueisco. -o moke. tester's Hall is no.y num bered among the things that were having been partitioned off lor stores. We learn that Mr. John Fleming will oecunv the soutu part. S:;lkct Sciiooi.. We are requested to notice that Miss Addie Good will com mence school ia the Baptist Church, in this city, on Monday next, to teach one quarter. Fon the Best Ready Made Cloth ing, go to Barman Bros., corner of Front and Morrison streets, Portland, in the store form erly known as the City ot Paris Store. A UCTIOXAXD COMMISSION A. II, Ittc!isiidsosa9 AUCTIONEER! corner oi iront and Oak streets, Portland. AUCTION SALES Of Real Estate. Groceries, General Merchan dise and Horses, Ecery Wednesday and Saturday ! A. D. Richardson, Auctioneer. AT PRIVATE SALE. English refined itar and Bundle Iron ; English Square and Oetagon Cast steel ; Horse shoes, Files, Hasps, saws ; Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, li. G Iron ; also : I A large assortment cf Groceries and Liquors. A. 13. Riciiardsox, Auctioneer. W. A. ALOIUCU. J. C. MERRILL. JOilS M'CRKE- M'GRAKEHjMERRILL&Ooi SIIIPPIXG, COMMISSION AND Forwarding MereliapJs, A CENTS OF THK CALIFORNIA, JIX. Hawaiian and Oregon Packet Lines. importers of San Queutin and Carmen Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Coffee itiee, and Puhj. ' Asronts for Provot's A. I f s rrcserved b nuts, V Circ-tables. Piekl eu!ers iu Hour. Gmir. Itiipm-, I ...t-.1 & x-ruu, :;oe, tt-meut and riaster. Will attend to the Purchase, Sale or Ship ment of Merchandise" or Produce ia New York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland. ALDHICH, ME It It ILL & CO., Nos 20! and 206 California Street, San Francisco. M'CTIAKEN, 3IERTHLL & CO., IC North Front Street, Portland. O RUG OX CITY BUSINESS. 1858. 18G7. Thomas Oliarman S TILL OX II A ND ! A1 FTER FOURTEEN YEARS EXPERI- ence in business in this city, under t'ae old motto that ' A Nimble Sixperce is Bet ter than a Stow Shilling," we propose to oiler greater inducement than ever to our custom ers to pay us cash for goods, as we are deter mined to SELL CHEAP FOE GASH! Wlilcli is the only Remedy For the Present cry cf Hard Times. We beg leave to inform our numerous cus tomers that we have just received, direct from Sau Francisco, a Large and well Selected SUITABLE FGH THIS MARKET. Consisting iu part, of Dry Goods, I lard '"are, ('lotkitty, G roccrics, Queensware, etc., ALSO : PAINTS! OILS! $ c . Together with a splendid assortment of BOOTS AND SHOSS Ot every description, allot The best quality, and latest styles. Also: EATS AND CAPS! Of every description, for both The Ladles1 and Gents' Wear . Gents" and Ladies' Furnishing Goods kept constantly on hand, ail of which we will sell at the very lowest price for cash. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. Particular attention paid to orders from the country. Also: To consignments of goods, and prompt returns made for the same. lj" Wc return our thanks to our numer ous customers for their past patronage, and ask a continuance of the same, pledging our selves to act honestly with all who favor us with their trade. " TIIOS. CIIA R.MAN. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF SASII, Doors, and blinds, always on baud tor slojjy (rLLL-l' ATL.VT 31EDICTNES of all kinds kept for saio by CI I ALMA X. T rWtOIFWS CELEBRATED HOME made chairs, constantly on hand by CUARAIAX. T REELING EE'S SUPLIlTOIi HOME made wool-batting, for sale by CIIAlUvrAN. W'Vr WINDOW Curtails of all kinds, and paper shades. Sold by CI I ARM AN. T71.0I R. BACON". LARD. ANT) DRIED JL fruits, kept constantly on hand b on hand by CH AR MAN. :ew AND FULL ASSORTMENT of Nails, rope, etc.. just received by CHARM AN. 1. A1 LL OF WHICH HE WILL SELL AT the lowest market value for CASH, or such produce as his trade will justify. CHARM AN". O K EGO N CITY WOOLEN MANUFACTURING C O 31 P A Hi Y . HTMIE AR0YE COMPANY ARE NOW X producing a quality of WOOLEN GOODS WHICH ARE Superior to any ever before offered on the Pacific Coast '. Comprising CASSIMERE3, TWEEDS. HARD TIMES, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, YARN, etc. J" Using only the best grades of Wool. The above goods are offered to the trade on the most favorable terms. All orders will meet with prompt aitentio'n. Address: -R. JACOlS, Agent, G:flnO Oregon City, Oregon. Or li. WHITE & E1IO., A stents at Portland. OP EG OX CITY PUSIXXSS. J. E. BALSTOST, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! Corner of Main and Fifih streets, OPE G OX CITY, OPE G OX. STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF TIIE following articles : DRY GOODS, PRINTS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, SHEETINGS, LONG & SQUARE SHAWLS, LADIES' SILK CLOAKS, DROWN Sz BLEACHED MUS LINS. GENTS" I- URNISIING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, ALL KINDS, J300RS, SASII, HARDWARE PAINTS OILS, &c, &c, &c. (10.1 y) OF GENTS' CLOTH IN O! i Go .- Ackmnait.' ! ; tT 3 IIS NEW -FOP, f r. -t 1 8 G 7 . . . . .o. . . . S. A0EEE1AI ! Wishes to inform his Old Friends, and tho ptiblic generally that he has received by the Inst steamer A FULL VAniiiTY CF 8 p p i ei Goo d s I The Largest Stock that has ever yet come to this market, consisting of such as DRY GOODS! : Of almost every kind ! CLOTIIIXG ! Of tir, rem latest Styles ! BOOTS AX I) SHOES la areat variety ! Mens. Ladies. Mioses an l Children's Hats, all of the Iciest, stale for SPUlXG WEAR! Also, a well selected stock of Groceries, nnd all other go oris in proportion. Please give me a cull and examine tbr yourself. No trouole to show ooiH. i will seu as cheap as tnc cheapest. S.-ACK.ER3JAX, Chartnan & Wurntr's old brick store, lyl) Main St., Oregon City. N. B. All kinds of Produce bought. ORE G OX CITY BU SIXES S. GREAT FENIAN LOO IC A HER E! Notwitlistanulpir there was a Rebellion over in Ireland the other day, and tho Print ers all became Deaioraiized, uud George up set a "form" and knocked ray advertisement into "Pi," nevertheless, E. D. KELLY Is on hand at the old Stand, and has for sale the followtig article1!, to ivlt: Coffee, Japan Tea, Pried peaches, Tea, Black Tea, Liac-'i twine, Golden syrup, G reen Tea, Coffee sa.v'ur. Sugars, Choctdate, Fuh e;a: cd do. Saiai atus, Cura starelt, Crashed do. Packing; suit, Oswop) do. Chemiot;! soup, lairy salt, CandU-s, Castilo d. Table salt, C'round coffee, Fanev tc.iletdo. Cookiner soda, Faciei, Zaui.e curi eois Sal. -soda, Sard' ues, Sida crackers, Latter do. Lemon nip, Fluvorim; ext. Kerosene oil, Oi-ive oil, Clothes pins, Cream tartar, G an crops, ; Shooter balls o-Shooter " Blast' 5? iowd'r Spoi tiue; do. V alloy Mi-la do Yeast pcv d'rs, Washing do. Hope, jMaokerel,. Corn Meal, Codfish, Brooms, esut-ines, la-ud, Uhickioj;, Shot, r'nuff, White BcariS, I'j-une.-, Buckets, Macaroni, Pails, Yiuear, L i' i u o r i sh , Cheos e, Hominy, Borax, Dried apples, ltai.--.ius. Iilueina", Move polish, Rice, Pearl barley, rnr;o, J ic iruds, Writintr ink, YaniUa ext.. Tacks, V,'ash boards, Wash-tub, Satin gloss starch, Yeianacili, Cau.-strawberries, Concentrated L3-0, Ttbacto, Candies, Xats, 03'Sters, Ground spices, Engl, piekels, lobsters. I innamon, Aiuencan do Tomiitoes, Cloves, Cann'd fruits, Craub'y-sauce, Worcstr 'shire, l"'-eiicTi mu.it'd Block matches, 1'eache.y. i.ni.cor. Mustard, 1'epper, do sauc Green corn, Jollies, Catsup, Cash, nd one price to everybody. No goods misrepresented to effect sales. .1 i i;. 1). KLLLY. LSNOOLH BAKERY! West Side JIain Street, Oregon City Oregon. L. DILLES Proprietor. HAYING KEM0YED INTO MY NSW B IT I li D I IT Gr ! I WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I still cootiaue the manufacture of BREAD, PIES, CAKES, PILOT BREAD, Boston, Butter, Sttqnrand Soda CEACKEES, d'C., etc., dc. In addition to which 1 will keep constantly on baud a large stock ot tiie best staple and FAMILY GROCERIES, PE07I8I0KS, &c. I ant also agcat for t'ae celebrated nursery U"f L 0 W S R Ct ARDEN! of II. MILLLIt, Jlilwaukie, and am prepared to supply orders for I lowers and Shrubbery at the N urserv prices. Ely L. I) I LLC It. OI1NSON& McCOWN ABE TIIE Local A cents in Oregon City, of the Pacific lire Insurance Company, the best doin 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 OF TIIE ITorth. America Life Insurance Co.! Presenting the most desirable features, having its policies guaranteed by the State of New York. 3f Don't delay attention to these mat ters until your property is destroyed by tire, or until vou are sick, when you cat cot be insured. Call immediately. (B-2.tf rrUTPS. BUCKETS. WASH BOAKDS, a, Keepers, selves. etc.. for sale by CHARMAN Jfc IFJO MISCELLACCEO US. CilAS. liODGS. .CIIAS. E. .CZO. VC. SN'KI-L. KOE-GD, GALS? & Co., DSALEUS IX DRUGS and MEDICINES, TAINTS, OIL?, AND WINDOW CLASS, I'AK.rfsjEs, j;zrsfi PAyrms' JluttrlaU, a:.:l Ifijfi$iS Sundries. S7 Front ftrvrt, Portland, Oregon. Co.) JUST OPENING AT THE NEW STORES Nos. lflf to 172 FIRST STREET, POItTIiAXl?, ilOFJHEM SHIHDLER ! FURNITURE direct from Eastern Manufac turers. Complete assortment. The Tiade supplied on liberal terms. PULU AND OTHER MATERIALS FOR Beddma;. T11REE-W1IHELET) CIIILDRN'S CABS, at unusually low rates. IMPERIAL FILLING a new, elastic, and pure article for matrasses. (nl.tf IT'lr BAKERY!-- J.lA' STREET, OR EG OX CITY. BAB LOW a FULLER, (Successors to Wovtraan oe Sheppard.) Keep constantly on hand Z A K E S I PIES! BEE A I! And Cruelers of all K inds ! Orders in this Line will meet wdth PE0MPT ATTENTION ! Also keep on hand all kinds of FAMILY GROCERIES ! AND PROVISIONS ! STEAMBOAT STORES ! And all Articles u fieri for Culinary Purposes ! BARLOW & FULLER Sell a line assortment of LIQUORS AND TOBACCO ! Py the Case, or at retail ! Attention i- .also directed to the fact that noof!" else sells the FAMOUS G LEA-SON CHEESE ! IK SHORT! Farmers and the public general! v, arc in vited to call at the City Bakery, where tbe truth will be made apparent th;it our stock is complete, and our juices reasonable. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods. BAR LOW & FULLER. . Oregon City, Jan. !th, 1S07. (P2:l LEGAL NOTICES. SAL:-3 OF school lasm. THE SCHOOL LANDS REMAINING unsn! 1 in the counties of Lane, "Benton, Linn, Polk, Marion and Clackamas will be offered for tale i t public auction, at the sev eral coauty seat-;, at the times herein desig nated, on tin; follows nut terms : Minimum price, two dollars per acre. On tracts ehitilv alnable for timber one bid f. and on all other tracisor.e-third of the purchase money down, and a credit of two years on t'ae remainder, with the further privile;-'! of rctninhiut the money when due, as loue; as the i:.U-rc-.-.f, -Jo per cent, per an i.r.ni is pj.hl pn.nt'.'.t7!:;. Side to commence at II o'clock a. m., at, the court hoe.se. Lane county, ut Eugene City, V"cdncsda3", August i-th. Benton county, at Corvallis, Friday, Aug ust 3oth. Linn county, at Albany, Saturday, Aug ust "1st. i'oik eountv, at Dallas, Saturday, Septem ber 7th. Clackamas county, at Oregon City, Tues day, September loth. Marion Canute, at Salem, Saturday, Sep tember 14th. I. R. MOORES, Agent of the Board. Salem, Oregon, August, oth, IsOf. -t.ta'w Sheriff's Bale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION 13-su-.-l out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Mi U nomah. to me directed, and in favor of "The Bank of British Columbia," aad against "The Oregon City "Paper Man ufacturing Company-' and Abraham I. Bloch. defendant, for the sunt of ten thousand and forty dollars, and for c sts, in gold coin of the United States, I lave levied upon, and w ill sell at public am tion to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin of the United States, on Saturday, the 1th day of September, A. D. IStif. at the hour of 1 o'clock, Ik M. at the Court House door in Oregon City, Clackamas county. State of Oregon, all the right, title and interest of the Oregon City Paper Manufacturing Company, oi", in and to, that lot of land situate iu Oregon City, in the County of Clackamas, and State of Oregon, and known as Lot Number Five (") in ' Block Number Two (2). in said City, together with all and singular ma chinery, the tenements, hereditaments, ap purtenances, ami water rights thereunto belonginc-", or in any wise appcrtaminir. With All the rigid, title and interest of the said " ( Jrogon City Pap-r .Manufacturing Company,-' of. in, and io. the wabr rights and water, and easruen-.s. conveyed to the Oregon City Paper Manufacturing Compa ny, by George .Marshall, and Margaret his wife. John II. .Moore, and Margaret .Moore his wife, and Samuel L. Stevens, and Jane Stevens his wife, bv deed dated June 8th. Isotl, and recorded on pages ?A):l. :)?t, ?9l ami :):.. in Book E, of the record of deeds for Clackamas County, in the State of Ore gon : being ihe undivided one half of the perpetual ownership, and right to the use of the water hereinafter mentioned, ami the right to take from the water, which hows from the channel in the Willamette river, east of what is known as Abernethy Eland, at the fills of the Willamette river, through the race, an 1 into what was known as the Easiii of Daniel Harvey, on his mill reserve, on the Oregon City Claim. Three hundred inches of water perpetually, un der an average head of fight feet from the lop 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 Eloisa his wife, fur a sufficient race to convey said water from the north line of said Basin, wherever the same was on the Oth of August, A. D. l-CL or may now be. to the sou in ead of Main street, all situate in said Oregon City, in the coun ty of Clackamas, in the State of Oregon. Said property, water rights, power and easnients being particularly described in a deed executed by Daniel tlarvey and El oisa his wife, to John II. Moore. George -Marshall. Samuel L. Stevens and Joseph Switzer. dated August Dili.18ol.and record ed in Book "I)"' of the record of deeds of said Clackamas County, on pages C72, 673 and ti7I thereof, together with all and sin gular the appurtenances thereunto belong ing, or ia any wise appertaining. W. P. BURNS, Sheriff of Clackamas Co. Oregon City, July 19th, 1SG7. (42.fit B ill heads printed: At the-Enterprise OtHee. JUSTICES BLANKS, of every descrip tion, for sale at the Kyrni:r-Rtse office. MISCELLANEOUS. HOSTETTER o CELEBRATED STOMACH A Pure and Powerful Tcnio, Conertive nut Alterative, of votlcr ful tKli-aty in tli-,wisi- oftUe STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS. ritCTKCTIYJ: VilOPKIiTIES. Prevents Fever and A ue and Bodious Re mittent Fevers ; fortifies the svstem against Miasma aad the evil effects of unwholesome wat- r ; invigor ates the organs ot digestion and the bowels; tt :i-.lies tiie Xt ivts mvl ten.Is to T'ro Ifliig Life. IXKnnBIAL riiOPZKTIES. Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Sick and Nervous Headache, General Debility, Nervousness, Depression of Spirits,"' Constipation, Colic, Intermit - tent Fevers, Sea Sickness, Cramps and Spasms, and all complaints of cither sex arising lrom Bodily Weakness, whether inherent in the system or PRODUCED BY SPECIAL CAUSES. "VTOTIIINO THAT IS NOT WIIOLE LI some, genial, and restorative in its na ture, enters into the composition of 1IOS TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. This popular nreoaration ront:iin nn minar.it any kind ; no deadly botanical element; no fiery excitant ; but "is a combination of the extracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants, with the purest and mildest of all diffusive stimulants. The week stomach is rapidly invigorated, and the appetite restored by this tonic, and hence it works wonders in cases of Dyspepsia, and in less confirmed forms of Ino'iatestion.' Acting as a gentle and painless aprient, as well as upon tho liver, it also invariably re lieves ihe Constipation superinduced by ir regular action of the digestive and secretive organs. "Persons of feeble habit, liable to Nervous Attacks, Lowuess of Spirits, and Fits of Langum-, find prompt and perniament relief . uul y jailers, xite testimony on tins point is conc't'.'ve, and from botu'sexos. As a Genuine Tonic, IIOSTETTER'S HIT TERS produce effects which must be experi enced or witnessed before they can be iuilv appreciated. In cases of Constitutional Weakness, Premature Decay, and Debibtj and Decrepitude arising from old age, it ex ercises the electric influence. In the conva lescent stages of all diseases it onerates as a delightful invigcrant. When the powers of nature are relaxed, it operates to re-enforce and re-establi.-di them. Last, but not least, it is the only safe stim ulant, being manufactured from" sound and inocuous materials, and entirely free from the acrid elements present more or less in all the ordinary tonics and stomachics oi the dav. SOLD EV.KUV WHERE. llVXJiili:, CiM-tt' ti;Ci., Asmls, S5:tf.J Portland, Oregon. 1ST E W GOODS AND LOW PHIOE8? Comer of Main and Third streets, OREGON CITY, THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, AND hoping for a continuance of the same, would invite the attention of the public to his large stock now in store, consisting of fancy and staple DRV GOODS, FERN iSI 1 1 NG GOODS, READY MADE CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CA PS, VALICES, TRUNKS, AND UMBRELLAS! Groceries.Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware, -Paints, Oils, Lamps, Wicks, CLitr.neys, and Burners ! Ilardiearc, Cutlery, etc., etc, Being Hundreds of Other A) tides! Too numerous to Mention Zi,' ("-ill anrl examine for yourself, I take pleasure in showing goods, and customers will find the articles at reasonable figures for cash or produce. I. SELLING. Corner store, opposite the 5.1y Tin and stove store. Faasaily Ieye Colons. Patented October 13th, 1803. PERFECT FAST COLORS. Black, Park Green, Black Silk, Light Green, Dark Blue, Magenta, Light Blue, Maize, French Blue, Maroon, Claret Broren, Orange, Park Brown, Pink, Light Brown Purple, Snuff Brown, Royal Purple, Cherry, Salmon, Crimson, Scarlet, Park Drab, Slate, Light Drah, Solfcrino, Eaten Id rah, Violet, Yclloir, Light Fawn Drab. FOR IJYKItVti SIIYK, Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons. Olores, Bonnets, Huts, Feathers, Children's Clothing, Anil all liiiiits of Wearine; Ajjji.-irel. A Saving of Eighty per Cent. For lT cents yon can color as many goods as would otherwise cost live times that sum. Various shades can be produced from the same dye. The process is simple, and any one can use the dye with perfect success. Directions in English, French and German outside of each package. IIOV.'E & STEVENS, r.'tf, Broadway, Boston. For sale by SMITH & DAVIS, Portland Oregon. iM. A. LEV, MAIN STREET, AT THE TEJVCCiUAFIt OPl-'ICE ! Oregon City, Oregon. DEALEK IX F INT. CIGAF.S. TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIFEs, VTVrs AND LIQUORS. G ENTS FURNISH ING GOODS, POCKET CUTE E Id". PORT MONIES, PURSES, STATIONERY. COMES AND BRUSHES, ORNAMENTS. TOVS, DOLLS, FANCY GOODS. WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE, QANKEE NOTIONS, Ac, &c. I invite special attention to my stock oHiquors, which is warranted to be us good as any in the State. A. LEVY. July 2oth, 15Q7. E. G. RANDALL, IMPORTER AN'U DEALER IS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSi Sheet Music, and Musical Merchandise of all kinds. Sole Agent in Oregon for Mason & HamllnN CELEBU.VTED CABiSET ORG AX I -.' " AN O " Steinway fc Son' COLD TiIEOAl PIAXO FORTES ! First Ltrect. nest doo'r to llie I'csf Oilke - Portland." Oregon. - -I ff 22ED1XG TOy d- CO.'S COLU1TX. REDINGTON & CO.'S Essence of Jamaica Ginger. rpiII Valuable prcpatation, containing in JL a highly concentrated form sal the prop erties of the Jamaica Ginger, has become one of the most popular domestic remedies for all diseases of the stomach and digestive organs. As a tonic it will be f.imi.l iiii-nliinl,! tk .,n persons recovering from debibtv, whether produced by fever or otherwise, for whilst t imparts to the system all the glow and vigo: that can be produced by wine or brandv. it entirely free from the reactionary ctfeels follow the use ot spirits ot any kind. WHO Sutler from rtiliiee.lt moiwtt-iiafwtn iri almost immediate relief to the spasms that so ueuucmiy accompany that, period. It gives immediate 'relief to rausea. caused by sea-sickness, etc. It is also valuable as au external application for Gout, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc. RLDINCTON A CO. 27.1 r i Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. MARTHA WASHINGTON" UAlli HESTOREIt. Trust none other, howe'er pleasant None can do what this has done Trv it al ways keep it present Use the Martha Washington. IT UIiL KEEP THE IIAIU IT IS NOT A BYE. Soft and glossy ii Original railing out-Make old ln-j-as look young iul do all tliat is ea.xtctcd of a. gi-nuii good, Ifair Restorer. IIEWXGTCX & Co., A gents-, San Fi-nucisio- "MARTHA WASHsHGTOH" HAIK RESTORES Is the wonder of the world, and stands above comparison with any other article for the hair ever brought before the public. J-ST" Sold everywhere. EDINGTON'S F L A V O RING EXTRACTS! ire made from Fresli Fruits. Each c ottle holds twice as much as any other brnd in the market, consequently they are the cheapest and the best. Vsc jio otln-r. REDIXGTON" & CO., Agents for the Pacific Coast. TT II Y WILL YOU DELAY ? We are sorry that there are persons who suffer on day by day month after month, and year by year.whcn friends and neighbors have been cured of the same malady that afflicts them. Now, it has been proved br substan tial evidence that SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP will cure the worst case of scrof ula, Canker, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, etc.; yet still there ore those who neglect this sure and valuable remedy. To such we say, try the syrup and be convinced. RED1NGTON & Co., Agents, 41 G and 41 S Front street, San Francisco. GRAEFEXBERG UTERINE CATIIOLICON. If faithfully used according to directions will cure every case of Diabetes, and greatly mitigate the troublesome effects caused by a relaxation of the outlet of the bladder. It is a most successful remedy for gravel and other diseases of the . kidneys and bladder, and foi Female diseases is unequalled. The Catholicon uniformly cures Prolapsus Uteri, Whites, all irregularities of the Month ly period, suppression, incontinence of Urine, Bloatin;:, and Dropsical swellings, and all diseases of pregnancy.- The specific action of this medicine is imminent and certain, upon the Uterine and abdominal muscles and liga ments restoring them to as healthy a state as those of childhood and youth, so that pa tients who have used the Graefenberg t'onipa nr's Uterine Catholicon, cannot sutliciently express their gratitude for the relief afforded. Eedington Co., Agents, 41C and 413 Front street, San Francisco STOP TnATGOOGiifNG OOIUE OF VOU CAX'T, AXI) VTE PITY O vmi. You have triod every remedy lnt t!ie E ilostiiictl, bv its intrinsic merit, to sup r.-ed- all j-iin-il.ir preparations. It is r.t.-t sunri.--i!ia you t-lio!:!-! ho reluctant tu try something else eft' r the n,:i:ry ex tvriments vou have made of trashy r..u;juiidi luistei on tho public as a certaiu care; but NE WELL'S Pulmonary Syrup is renllv tho VERT EE5T remedy ctvr rrmponn ti t (Or tho'cure of Cmijlis, (Wis. Sore Throat, .'..-a!ii:,ri. Whoojiina Omch. Broii-hiis and Consumption. 1! "' Finds of it.oj)i,-in Caliiorniajui'l Orot'on have te-n e'rrsdy beuetittc-i by tlia surjinsiag curative i-ovcn of NEWELL'S Pulmonary Syrup ar.-l with onn asnH pive it thoir unjnatiitol .-prr-i Lat:.-n. Wo now addr.-?s oursWvos to ail w!i- 1113 i;n 8ia3UiHtd with this, the greatest ratiacea cf tho a:" tt the of all discast of Uxts Threat ai,4 Lungs, assuriag you that NEWELL'S Pulmonary Syrup has cured thousands and it will cure YOU if you trf it. Tliis invahiahlo medicine is pleasant to-the tnslot poothinc, healing and strengthcaing in its ef!-cts; 1-n-ly fr.-e from all pjii?oarws er th.-lr-tcrions drugs, and prf.ctlv harmless uticr all circuiwuiuws. C.ii :iiirati-'s from many prominent citizens of Si-V Traaciico accompany every bottl&of NEWELL'S Pnliaon.ary . Syr;ap. r.EDi:f;To: & CO. As--ut3, Can rrauclsco." rQRTLAXD BI&IXESS GUIDE. lVrsonsliaving business in Portland are ad-" vised to note the following firms. Dr. CHARLES ELACII, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur OFFICE Corner of Washington ami Front streets, Pairish's Flock, Portland, Oregon. RESIDENCE Salmon street, between Third1 and Fourth, opposite the Plaza. f-22.lv J. U. JlITCnELL. j. x. nor. p sr. A: SMITH. Mitchell, Dolpli & Smith, Attorneys cud Counsellors at Lahn, Solicitors in Chancery, and Proc tors in Admiralty. ;y?Oi!ice over the o:d Post Oflice, Ft or? street, Ptu-tland. Oregon. (ly) Card. CIOXCRESS AT ITS LAST SESSION 1 havinsr passo.1 a BANKRUPT LAW, is now within t!ie power of every .-ran th:i is hopelessly in debt, to free b; -froi . the press of debts whih cramp bis action, and which ho is whoily 'unable otherwise t- discharge. The District Court of .the UrTitc.; Stales, which sits alone in the city of Port bind, has. under this law, an exclusive juri diction of nil eases in Uao.kruptcy. The un dersigned have procured a copy of the lav. aud are read', as soon as a Register is ap pointed, to attend promptly to procuring -discharges in Banki optey tor all who may feel disposed to favor them with the!:' patronage. Zf Also attention paid to procuring let ters patent fur new inventions. - . MlTCTIhLL, DOLPil & SMITH, ' ""' Attoraeys-at-Law, . 0:f'm. ("Portland. Oregon. . , . 0. P. MASON, Attorney akd Counselor at Law, 102 Front St., Portland, Oregon. 7" Is fully prepared to attend to any " business under the Dankrupt Law. Divorces obtained on the most reasonable terms, and no charges made for scrvicVs where the divorce is denied. 37. ly Removed ! Removed I The old and well known ). JIOSXASTES, Proprietor, PORTLAND OREGON, HAS NOT DISCONTINUED WORK! but has been removed to Second strei-t) between Alder and Morrison streets, where business will be conduc ?d on as large a sea! : as in years oast. 2:ly THE BEST SELECTION And largest assortment of Ladies' Gents', Misses', Boys' and Childrer.s' BOOTS and SHOES. . Can bo had ot tho PHILADELPHIA BOOT AXI) SHOE STORE, Xo. 112 Front' irit. Port hi nl, w-iixile H'tdler Bros. Grptt Utn . where new goods of the latest styles are 1', ceived by every steamer, direct from the cas. ajiablinir us to sell cheaper than anv other store in ths city. KAST & CA1IALIN. 1-1.) 112Fio-.it street, Portland. "American exchange (lute L1XCOLX HOUSE,') Tio. Si Kroiit strict, li-tiai2(l Ort-gaii. L. 1. W. QUDIP.Y, I'r.oiT.iKTor.. (Latt nf I J tta-ii Hotel.) This house is the most commodious in (T o State, newly furnished, and it will be the en deavor of the proprietor to make his guest comfortable. The Baggage Wagon will :d Wiiys be found at the landing on the airiv:w of steamships and river boats, carrying bag gage to the house free of charge. " nT.i" TOBACCO! TOBACCO! " o Ti'S"? rt:ceivec, disect PE03I: fjl the Manufacturers, Choice Brands Virginia Chewing ! cojirr.isixa Li nht Pressed Natural Leaf ; Hard " Bright lbs. in Caddies; Sweet Honey Peio in Caddies ; Twist, Pocket Piece, and other Fancy Styles. ALSO. 10.000 POUNDS Select Virginia Smoking Tobacco ! Of toe best oranus, put up 111 bales and packages of one pound, halves and fpiarters. Also : - SOLACE, SOLAlt AM) YOIXG AMKJUC.V FINE CUT CHEWING!. Which we f.rc receiving every thirty da;, s fresh Irom the manufacturers. We offer the above eo'uls to the trade, b- bond or tax paid, at San Francisco price, !o cah. We have now on hand, and arc con stantly receiving, a largo assortment ot" Havana and American Cigars ! To which we particularly call the attention of Bar-Rooms and Dealers in general. r1,. There can also be found at this estab lishment, a complete assortmenOof Yank 0 .Notions and rancy toods, tiilliaro, Bal:.. Cue Wax and leathers, Fishing Taakle, ec. WASHERMAN & CO., 31.3m) 77 Front St., Portland . C 15. MYEKS, ' PLUMEIXO, i.4S & STEA3?; Fitting Establishment, Xo. 110 First S'.ix-t t Voi tlaiv. GasFi.ttures, Cooking Ranges, Hot. Water Boilers, Marble Top Washstamls, Sheet I,ead and Block Tin Water Closr-ts, Bath Tubs, Lead Pipe. ' Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizer.1' TEES, F.LBO IF.v, JIETVRX BEXDS, X IE PTES, JIJHXOS, rfv., for SUuiii, ii''it:r and ija-s. also Scotch Tubes, Wider Cuages, Whisfles Tallon Pumps, Steam Ouages, Clobe, Angle, and Check Valves, Om'.ge Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinds ot Brass Work. Rubber Hose, Hose Pipes, Ac. Hotels,. public buildings, and private, resi . , deuces heated with the latest improvement.-, in steam or hot air apparatus. .. I invite citizens generally to call and o amine my stock, which has been scleqte i. with great care, nnd especial attentiorgii-ei.. . to the wants of this market. May Ik, lsC7. l:ly . C. II. "J1XEK8. ' G. W. R0BI.VS0X. J. Stove and Tin Store ! - - ; No. 154 Front street, Portlandr Oregon, next door to Lverdiog & Beebe. . ROBIXiSON & "DAKE, ; DEALERS IX ' - ""' '"' Stoves, Copper and Sheet L;on War HAVE JUST LAIDIN ALARGEsk; L. of stoves of tho latest styles, eonsl ing in part of tbe following cook stoves : Pride of the Pacific, Republic, Golden Gate, Crystal Palace - Buck's Patent, Harvest' Queen. ' Diamond Rock, -Hearthstone, ' Also : A good stock of Parlor and 7 - stoves, tin ware, Ac, &c. Also : An assortment of Pumps, etc. We are satisfieiLthat v.e can give'satishV tion to our patrorrs, in every respect, as v.-. are determined to sell at fair prices. We hold ourselvea in readiness, and r - -prepared to do roofing, spouting, and : kinds cf job work, on short notice, and u. satisfactory manner,- " ROBINSON A: J.Aivt Portland, March l.",th, M-jT.