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TOWX AXD lOlTY.
THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.
if .MWribers order the discontinuance of
1,1 r newspapers, the publisher may con
tinue to send them until all arreai ages are
PS 'subscribers neglect or refuse to take
, ;, t.aners from the othce to winch
S:eKP"c held responsible un
!!l they have settled the bills and ordered
teSifno to other plf es with
ouVinlorming the p '-ber an. news pa
pers are sent to the former direction, u.ej
are held responsible. -
The Work Beoc x.-Oa Thursday hist,
in company with nearly font- thonsaml
people, we witnessed the breaking of
ground in East Portland, by Hon. Isaac
if ,'m,r. for the commencement of the
Oregon Central Il.iilroad. Our time is in
efficient for any notice of the ceremony
this week, hence it most be deferred until
next week, when we hope to give full
particulars, together with our views of the
enterprises both on the western and east
ern banks of the Willame.tee. now so
aii'picionslv commenced. Kight here we
will say. as it is not generally understood,
that ground was broken on the V est Mile
twenty-four hours in advance of the Last
Side, but we believe this would not have
been so. onlv for the proposal, and an
nouncements bv the East Side Directors.
We wish both all possible success, out we
cannot so heartily endorse the V. est bide
an we do the East, because, we have not
now, nor have we had. the same confidence
in its managers.
How Souk 3iks uianuk TiitciK l'oi.mcs-.
Our ponderous old friend, D. M. Mc
Kenny, lias published a long and stupid
letter, through the channel of Ileriah
JJrowu's Organ, announcing the solemn
luct, that he hiigj apostatized from the par.
ty and friends of his earlier love, and has
gone over to the Democracy, body, soul,
and breeches. We can assure the rock
bottom members of the persuasion to
which Mc. has gone, that they have gained
nn immense acquisition in Body and
iVeecies, at hast.
It is rather customary to style those who
stand not on the Order of their going, but
turn their backs on the battle Held, and
their lollop" soldiers, fighting bravely, as
Turn C'Uts." -Traitors," Renegades."
Tint we do not propose to deal in calling
mimes, nor to suggest the striking paral
lels furnished in the history ot Judas
Iscariot. and Benedict Arnold. -More
in'.eriri&'.'d with pity, is our contempt. We
are a little surprised, not so much that
Mc. has discoveteilQhimseif' to be a donio
crat. in this late day, but that he impor
tuned members of the Union Party, for a
nomination on the ticket, continuing this
in an aniroying way, till just before- the
meeting of the Union Convention. When
he discovered that the --Old War Horse."
(iov. Gibbs. was the unanimous choice of
Union men for the office he coveted. '-1'resto
Change," Mc.'jj coat is other side out in an
DkoiC'atiox. The basement story of the
splendid edifice erected by the M. E.
Church at Portland, will be dedicated fo
the service of Cod to morrow. This is
certainly to be on' of the finest structures
in our State, when completed. It was
planned anil superintended by Mr. John
Nestin'. all Architect now of some fame in
the country. One who met with bitter
opposition in his beginnings here, but who
lias wrought a change in the architecture
of Oregon just at a lime when it will be
most useful to those of our citizens who
such work : an I as a people.
we are irreatl v indebted to him.
accord to dim all praise for
The Vancouver Rnjlsler complains that
it is poorly sustained by its own people.
The Dalles Mounlauu'vr also suggests that
u better home patronage Would give those
folk a better piper. A great many peo
ple do not consider it their duty to" assist
their county papers, and they not onlv
withhold the material, but the moral sup
port, necessary lo keep it a'ive. The hu
lnm sea setting in the direction of the
I'acilie .States will was!; the base from un
der such, in a very short, time.
Nice Tims at Oswkco. A Concert and
Supper for the benefit of Pearl Lodge of
(r.iod Templars at Oswego, shows a healthy
state of feeling at that thriving Town.
Tlie programme included a choice selec
tion of music, and the Supper and a pleas
ant Cotillion Party afterward, made it one
of the pleasantest affairs possible, for both
old and young. We are sorry we could
no. be there.
I'.unh i, Accidkxt. The friends of Mrs.
Ki'v. J. W. Sellwood of this city, will re
grey o learn ot an accident which befel
her on Kist Monday, by which her face
w.is painfully burned on a stove. It ap
pears that, during a momentary swoon she
Jell upon the stove. Medical assistance
wj speedily procured, and we are glad
to learn that she is recovering, and hope
that no scar may result from the accident.
Speaking: at Mii.waikik. We are in
fornvdbyetter from the Milwaukie Grant
($'!ub. that lion. J. If. Mitchell, one of the
bright particular stars in the Union firma
ment will address that club on Wednesday
eening the 22d inst.. at 7j o'clock. A
Qp'neml invitation is extended to every
body, and a special invitation to the
Ixsn-.AM K. The general agent of the
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of Milwaukie, Mr. M. G. Elmer, ac
companied by Mr. II. II. Johnston agent
for Oregon, will soon visit this city, 'and
introduce their Company to the notice of
the public here. It is well recommeuded
Rev. W. I. Cosper will preach to the
chililrpn of A . ,v.
v. v.Liiiuuv.uy, to-morrow morn
ing at the usual llour. Wc . t t
I 'nls he pnwnt with their children.
! ' v wm's can bt'tu'r appreciate the
fceiwccs it so accompanied
Messrs. Lock wood & Edgar's Stage
Wne went into operation the 2d. inst.
Our correspondent was one of the first
K?f'-rs t0 Canyor. City and
Jfr- D. J. Slover adverti.-es that he is now
Prepared with a g00(1 toam of hors w
lo johbin He also has a large lot of
"cellent wood Tor sale, four feet long, or
-ThornTTletter in the Post-ofSce at
""iron City for Miss Emma U K.U,.V
anaot be forwarded for vyaat of a
xcEu.r.D.-The SheriiF Sale adrcrlis
'J for the 8th day 0f A,,SI,st. on the fourth
F3s-p of this
i'or correct date
paper, has boon cancelled.
see new advertisements.
'mo:ratic Club meeting held
let C... .
-aiuruay even ing. was indeed a
dllll nPC.i n-i " .. .
tol"'c on the occasion.
..:. in,'.V clld not even havfi anv
V.'e are informed that Capt Ea-i?h-Z
n0t g r-st' h that he is ar-
n this cits- i
1C :n .
toa, of Portland.
b ? J j v-. jj. v- i'-
TIic Steamship Sebratka."
The steamer XAraska, which arrived at
San Francisco on March 27th, from Xew
York via Aspinwall, the straits of Magel
lan and Panama, is a riew vessel, built ex
pressly for (he North American Stecmship
Company's line, and only m ule one voy
age between Xew York ami Aspinwall be
fore the one on which she was despa'ched
to the Pacific. Tae keel of the Nebraska
was laid under the former management of
the Company, and her hull was built bv
Henry Steers from the model of George
Steers. Her peculiarity is that she has no
straight lines, her outline fbeirg curved
from stem to stern, and there is no part of
her side on which a two-foot rule could be
bud and bear equally its whole length.
Afershe left Mr. Steer.-.' hands. W.II.
Webb, the President of the Company, hud
her taken to his own yard and diagonally
braced and planked over all, by w hich
her strength is much increased. The en
gines originally designed for her were not
used, or only some small portions, enn-mos
of a superior class of workmanship from
the works of John Koach & Sou Etna
Iron Works. New York, being constructed
for her. Her measurement is nearly
o.OOO tons, her length is 2!G feet, her
breadth 40 feet, and her depth of hold 61
fevt. Her engine is a single beam, with
85 inch cylinder, and 12 foot stroke, fitted
with Sickles? cut-off. Pesides the ordin
ary pumps, she has a very large steam
Cameron pump, which can be worked
either by the main engine or by the donkey-engine.
This connects wilh a ineial
pipe running the whole, length of the ship,
and by valves and hoes. Six lull streams
of water, each 24 inch, can be thrown at
once on a fire. The power of the donkcv
engine. which has a separate boiler, can
be also applied to the bilge pumps.. Pe
sides all these arrangements of clearing
the ship of water or overcoming a lire,
the vessel is supplied with the full com
plement of life-boats and life-saving ap
paratus. IIKU ACCOMMODATION'S.
The furniture, fittings and passencrer ar
rangements of the Nebraska are very simi
lar to the Nevada, belonging to the same
company. On the hurricane deck, imme
diately abaft the wheel-house, is the Cap
tain's apartment ; adjoining it, on the star
board, is the chief otlieers s. and next the
carpenter's. On the port side are (he
second and third officers' and the quarter
master's rooms. Abaft the engine, in the
main house, on the starboard side, is the
Purser's room, with the Surgeon's in the
corresponding position on the port side.
The staircase to the 1st cabin is enclosed
in the Social Hall, which occupies the cen
tre of the house. There are seven large,
airy rooms, each fitted up with three
berths, next the Social Hull, on the star
board, and the same on the port side. Tin
rear of the house is occupied by the sniok-ing-roi
Oil eachdside of the saloon on the m tin
deck are nine rooms, each lilted with three
berths; six of these are what is technical
ly termed aleoved that is. communicate
by a narrow passage both i;h the saloon
and the guards. Three rooms on each
side have cotriitfhnicaiioti o:ily with the
saloo!1, aitu tnree on eacn s;te communi
cate with the guards only. The rooms
not aleoved are rather larger than the
others, as much space as is taken by the
passages in the aleoved rets being thrown
into them. Peneath. on the 1 nver deck,
are the ladies cabin and ta.niiy rooms,
four on each side each with four berths.
In the stern are ladies' toilet, bath and
In the second cabin on the turn's side
are 11 rooms and six berths in each, these
are also lit standee berths. The port
side is partitioned olf for the ladies, and
is fitted with 11 rooms ami six berths in
each, as in the gentlemen's case. Con
necting with the ladies' cabin are all the
necessary toilet conveniences. The gen
tlemen's wash-room, second class, is on
the guards abaft the wheel on the star
board side, and the closets forward oi
the wheel on the same side. The gentle
men, first cla-s closets are on the port si e
abaft the wheel house. The uccommodi
i Hons lor steerage passengers are on the
mam ana lower deck lorw.iru. J lie upper
steerage is a house in the centre ot the
main deck forward, holding !)f fixed
berths. Pesides these the whole space
Covered by the hurricane deck can be iim d
for standees. Pel w. the space is divided
into men's, family and single women's de
partments, the centre ot the idi p be. tig
occupied by standees for men. which are
removed in the daytime. ly this descrip
tion it will be seen that the N-hrnska can
carry from 1.1UJ to 1.-0J passengers, and
for her size has a very large number ot
the great desiderate on this coast for cab
in passengers outside rooms.
The Nebraska met with a good deal of
bad weather coming round. In the Straits
it was blowing a gale and heavy rains all
the time. She was. however, very fortun
ate, not bavinsj broken a stick or carried
away a piece of putty from port to port.
Her consumption of coal has been very
moderate, though the passage round was
the best on record except that made by
her sister-ship, the Necid t. Her officers
are : Captain. 11. II. Horner, Commander ;
Chief Oili.-er. Prentice; Second O Ul
cer. Gregory, son of the Admiral of
that fiawe ; Chief Engineer. F. Galvan ;
First Assistant. II. Lane : Second Assist
ant. P. MeLowan ; Third Assistant, James
McLant? ; Mr. Poyce. formerly of the
America, is Purser. Dr. Tompkins, also
from the Awric't. is Surgeon, and George
NORTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP I I.'lt'T.
The North American Steamship Com
pany have become possessed of one of
the finest fleets of steamships in or out of
the United States. On the Atlantic side
they have just purchased the Guiding Star,
a ship of one or two years of age. which
they had chartered a month or two since.
The Guiding Star is 3.0:)i) tons measure
ment, with 12 feet beam and X feet depth
of hold, and 3!)." feet long. She and her
sister-ship, the Rising Star, are said to be
noted for their elegance both in model
The fleet running between Nov York
and Central America, now comprises the
Guiding Star, the Arago. the Fulton, the
Santiago, and the new vessel built from
the same model as the Nebraska, the Da
kotah. amounting to 17,(Wd tons of A 1
O.i the Pacific side, they have the Ore
jjonian. the Nevada, the Moses Taylor.
The Nebra.-ka. and the America, and there
is a sixth ship build ng by Mr. Webb for
these waters. Most people who know the
difference between the length of voyage
on this side and on the Atlantic, will ask
by what ingenious management live ship
in the Pacific contrive to do more work,
and the general record is that it is well
done, than six ships can perform oa the
New York side.
CONTEKXIXG CHEK.SE. 1 Will tell my
readers why epicures eat cheese first.
-Cheese' says Grimod de la Reyniere.
" h is the property of taking away from
the mouth and palate, ail lasie mai ma
have been left there by the preceding
dishes, and thus prepares them (mouth and
palatel tor the appreciation of tiie succul
ent and delicate things of the dessert, and
the flavors of the wines." After chc-se.
there is no order for the other plates ot
desert ; they are partaken of according
to taste. A "plate of dessert that is always
relished, especially by a gentleman, is the
nu'tiiv rni'udiints. It is composed ot dried
.'rapes fi r. h izelnut.-. and sweet a!m n l-.
It is not "eschewed by the ladies either,
and more than mm pretty face may be
seen lookinz attentively and verye irnest
ly at the effect produced by a berry at the
bottom of a glass of champagne.
The Congregational Church has been
selected as the place, at which Mr. C. I.
Upton will lecture this evening, upon the
suVject of Temperance
no charge for admission.
There will be
Weeiilj- Commercial Ktvitw,
Extsfpriss Office, )
Oregon City. April 17, 1S68. (
FLOUR Imperial, Standard. Monitor,
and Harding's brands $G$7 03 bbl..
outside brands 5 Ol.S.YoO. '
WHEAT Dull demand at 9093 ct3.
OATS The demand is about equal to
toe supply, at 4i)e.
COUX JIEAI $2 50$3 cwt,
r LED Gfoimd $2.3 ton ; Middlings
S2!io332. ; Bran 12.
FRUIT Green Apples f)X 507. c:
Dried Apples y lb t-xt.rc; Dried Peaches
none ; Plums 10o7 12c.
CL'REI) MEAT Paeon t3 lb lol2c;
Hams lb 12Ac.; Shoulders f..7c
LARD In kegs 9 c: tins 10c.
EGGS Abundant at Kc. doz.
PUTTER Ordinary to prime "i? lb 20
POULTRY Chickens 3 doz $2 503;
tame Ducks 75c. "fl pair ; tame Geese $2 50
V pair; Turkeys $2 50$3 J pair.
GAME Grouse 50c. pair, or $3
doz.; Pheasants. 40e.r pair, or $2 X doz
VEGETABLES Potatoes bu. 25 cts
Onions j? li)t) lbs 02 00 S3.; PeanstH00
lbs 5.s5 50.
HIDES Salted lb 4S3c; dry 910
Flour Ranging from $G 00 to $7 00
Wheat Lots offered here are taken at
51 o:j to $1 10 "jj bushel.
Paeon Sides. !(( 10c; hams, l l15c;
shoulders. ;7c; Siock abundant.demand
Lard In tins. 0jI lc; Kegs. 10c.
Putter Packed solid. 10 and 12c. In
brine, choice, 20 and 25c. IsLhmus, 30
Eggs In good demand at 33c. doz.
Dried Fruits Apples, packed in new i
bbls PJc: Peaches, 12Ac. and 13c; Plums,
Sugar Islands, 12J-I3ic; SanFrancis
co C. Hit' 15c. ; Crushed, in bb!s. ltijc ;
half bbis.. 17c.
Syrup Heavy Golden, best brands,
Sli'7e : Island, ia bbls., 35c.
Rice Hawaiian, 10 c ; China, No. 1.
Coffee Java. 27c ; Rio. but little in
market, 22c ; Costa Rica. 23c.
Fish Salmon, bbls. ?9 00 : half bbls.
S.) 0.) ;
kere!. $11 ; kits,
oO ; Cod-
Salt Carmen Island 100 lb. cks, 27
Dairy 50 lb. sks. 532 50; best Pay.
lb. sks. 525 : 10 lb. sks, 18c ; 5 ib.
10c ; 3 lb. sks, Sc.
If jon wish the very besc Cabinet Piioto-
O f ALUS, VOII Hlllt Call Oil iKADl.EY A Ul LOF-
sox, Montgomery street, San Francisco.
Tin: I'lttsr Govuicxous. A para
graph from the ExTEitritisE, giving the name,
d..te ot inaugural nod term of office, of the
sevei al govrnors of Oregon, says a cor
respondent o tha A iU:;cj.'t, needs correction
in some of its dates. Ceo. Abernethy. the
hr.-t iiovt-niur, ivus elected in 1 8 t" under the
provisional government, for two years ; re
elected i:i 1 s-17, and served until about t tie
fir.-t of .March, 1st:, when (Jen. .Joseph Lane,
the first appointee of the gen. -rat govern
ment, took the oath of oliiee. It is easier to
set the d;ites right now than it will be, years
hence. The many statements regarding the
advantages of purchasing drv goods, c'olh-
ing, etc., at Koiin JL Fishel's S)l Front street
Portland, needs no correct 'on.
. . -c-o -C
I K W A 1 ; E F C O U N T K 1 F K I T S . U 11 ( C T
da'ecf March Sth, Messrs. H. II. Bancroft
& Co.. Cen end Agents for Smith's Bible Dic
tionary formerly endorsed by us as a most
valuable and complete work- write us that
a riv;d firm to the one publishing the
i!e 1 iictionni'v, for which tkev are
h:is recently published the mm til
id' this work, ami that it is pro
in many places as it has already
I'ptei in soirie "the canvi;s.sinr
;iiren;.s lor tills bock v.-ill take a
of our extensive advertising of t
an t ago of
complete edition, which we hare published,
and through t'noir representations lead the
people to suppose that in bm ing thid emaU
book they are if'a'iv purchasing ours. We
would have ton fully advised coiu'ernnig
the superior merits of our edition of Dr.
Smith's Dictionary, when compared with the
small one to wi ieh we have referred. Dr.
Smith, prepared three editions of this Dic
tionary. Tin: jirnt was a fol'itninowt one
adapted exclusive to n-ho-urt, and from its
expensU eucss could only be purchased by a
few. The sc.vo7 i that for which we are the
age -is) was in u litpc octavo volione conden
sed from the former and designed for hitel
Urent readers generally. This b is properly
been culled, and us'iallv known as. The
'i 'jiWs E-lition. The third was a small (duo
decimo) volume ad ipted to the wants of
JuctnVe read e i n. Tins is the edition put in
lare type, and spread on an octavo page,
that hasjust been printed by this rival firm."
Fain is supposed to be the lot of
us poor mortals as inevitable as death, and
liable at any time to come upon us. There
fore it is impottant that remedial agents
should be at bund to be Tjsed on any emer
gency, wiien we are matte to leei toe cx
crutiating agonies of pain, or the depress
ing influence of disease. Such a remedial
agent exists in the "Pain Iviile.V the fame
of which has extended over all the earth.
A mill the eternal i( es of the Polar region, or
beneath the 'j;:rning sun of the tropics, its
virlaes are known and appreciated, i he ef
fect of the I'ain Killer upon the patient, when
taken internally in cases oT colds, coughs,
bowel complaints, cholera, dysentery, an oth
er affections of the system, has been truly
wonderful, and has won for it a name among
medical preparations that can never be for
gotten. Its success in removing pain, as an
external remedy, in cases of burns, brr.ses,
sores, sprains, cuts, sting of insects, and
other causes of suffering, has secured for it
the most prominent position among the
medicines of the day. J'.jp" Devvatc of conn
terfeits and worthless imitations. Call for
Perry Davis' Vegetable "Pain Killer," and
take none other. J?" Sold by ad druggists
Allen's Lung Balsam ! Ti e best
remedy for the cure of Consumption, and
all Diseases of the Iamgs. It causes the
phlegm and matter to use without irritating
those delicate organs (the Limns,) and wi'h
out producing constipation of the bowels.
It. also gives strength to the system, stops
niirlit sweats, aiivl changes all the morbid
secretions to a healthy stale. It emit. tins no
opium in any form. It is perfectly harmless
f.n- the most delicate child. It is everywhere
in L'ood demand and gives goo I sati taction.
The result of its uv.' is proof of its great
value. Its extraordinary healing propei ties
are experienced by ail who uee it. Their
te-Uimonev will be found in a pamj Met,
which c u be bail of the agents wliei e the
medicine is for sale. l'erry Davis i Sun,
Providence, II. I.. General wholesale Agents
fjrthe Eastern states.
Dr. IIostkhkk's Stomach Bit-
r.. .il f .; ,1. ,.,!, la o.itn.
i I1C Operation Ot UllS jr.ii.ttauic
edv upon the stomach, liver and excretory
v.r .ns is sim'ularlv soothing and conserva-
t,. It reLMslates. reerui
toeiil. lMspcpsia in a
11 its forms yields to
its control and invigorating properties, and
it is recommeuded io mothers, enfeebled by
the ores and duties of maternity, as the
safest and best remedy they can probablv
use In all the crisis of female He U will be
found eminently useful, and elderly persons
will derive mueii more benefit from it than
from ordmarv tiniuIaots. Sold by the drug
gists and dealers everywhere-
HODuE, CALEF & CO., Agents,
g-.tf Portland. Oregon.
!-.1-n-i.q STGIilAOH Jiii i.x.x.j.
The best Purifier of the Blood !
A Pleasant Tonic !
. t I.U ItftnL- '
, te-i t.co"ic ui"M
nisurpassed for acting surely but
Gently mi the secretion of tin kid-
uevs, bowels, stomach ana livei :
sale at all wholesale and retail liquor
and grocery stores.
NOBODY SHOULD HE WITHOUT IT
J G. Friscu. Proprietor.
TaYLOK & Ue.vdsl. Sole Ajrents,
413 Clay si., Sao Francisco
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
Wool Wanted !
la si v mi sa. n llro.
ARE IN THE MARKET, AND WANT
f Ghoice Wool !
Ey- For which ihe highest market
price tall be paid.
JOHNSON & McCOWN ARE THE Local
Agents in Oregon City, of the Pacific
lire Insurance Company, the best doing
business on this cwa.-t. "This Company is
the only one m Oregon that
Issue Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the case to San Francisco.
ALSO, AG1JVTS OF THE
North America Life Insurance Co.!
Presenting the most desirable features,
having its policies guaranteed by the State
of New Vork.
I'iT" Dou't delay attention to these mat
teiVuntil your property is destroyed by lire,
or until villi a.-e sick, when you caunot be
insured. Call immediately. (32.tf
JIAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
B A Pi L 0 & FULLER,
(Successors to Wort man &. Sheppard,)
Keen constant! v on band
CAKES! 1MES! 15 Ii E A D!
And Cracker of all kinds!
Orders in this Line will meet with
PEOSIPT ATTENTION !
BARLOW & FULLER
Also keep ou hand all kinds of
FAMILY GUOUF-KIES !
AI) IMIOVISIONS 1
feTE A M BOAT STORES !
And all Articles used for Culinary
B A R L 0 & FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUOKS AM) TlMJACCO!
Iy the Case, or at retail!
Attention is also directed to the fact
that noliody else sells ihn
FAMOUS GLKASON CHEESE !
Farmers and the public generally, are in
vited to call at the City ltakerv, where the
truth wdl be made apparent that our stock is
complete, and our prices reasonable. All
kinds of produce taken in exchange for
goods. 13 A ii LOW A FULLER.
XI" '12". G2ZS 'CUT r)
Sign and Stsainboat
Inii tu t ions of all kill its
Executed as well as can be done en the
57" Examine our work and judpre for your
selves. Every order attended to with
care and expedition.
C. E. MURHAY.
West door Ralston's brick. Main st.,
THCMAs R. FIELDS
W ortman & Fields,
JVext Boor the Post Office,
Oregon City, Orrgon,
Provisions of nil K ind !
Wines and L'qm.rs !
Confectionery, Spiers !
Canned Fruits and Meats !
And all the Favorite
Brands of Flour and Sugar !
fgg-Thc highest market prices imid
for country pro hire.
0B E SOU CIT?
llavm? nurchased the above Brewery,
wishes to inform the pubiie that he is how
prepared to manufacture a .No. 1 qnuniy oi-
As food as can beobtahied anywhere in the
.State. Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
Dree-on Citv. December 2sth. 1SG0. I Oil
iSTAR OF THE UNION!
( Thrr 'lr1nm StnmRch Hitter a-e enWy Tct-
Mr, mill fre fiom mtohol and eveir nunnu n;gi-j
' it mnst RtrreenMe drirV
t I tie ma ni ii'K." tii. ii t
i .7 T II E S R liitir. m-"It fun te rin-t
..-Mv'llM I.!h.wl kirht, ".''-f
, l of taint' "3 poIK VA5i:FACTUECr,5
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OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
a w. pope & Co.,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, Itoset etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Ware,
jMain Street, Oregon Citjr.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that thev keep constantly on band a
good assortment of Cooking. Parlof-, Air
light, and other stoves, suitable to- this
market, which ure being
Offered at Tortl&nd Prices !
Our assortment in this line is large, and em
theCeS all"ost anJ' desired pattern, including
BLACK KNIGHT, Ac.
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, Woodenware, etc.
C. V. POPE & Co.
Oregon City, Amil 20th. JtjGT. 1.
NEW LIGHT ! NEW LAMP !
BEST NIGKT LAMP IN USE !
Ita 3Inny Advantages t
FIRST It is Xon-Explosive, and entire?
free from smoke or ofensice odor while
SECOND It gives a Soft, Clean, White
THIRD It x CHEAPER than any other
Fluid or Oil.
LUCINE BURNING FLUID
For burnine in the above Lamps, outrivals
all othtr Fluids for LIGHT and ECONOMY.
It will not Stain or Grease Clothes, Carpets,
LTJCINE LAMPS AND IHE FLUID
CAN BE HAD OP
. W. JOPJB & Co.,
Stove., Tinware, Lamp?, Oils, Chimneys,
Lanterns, c, dec. n4:tf
To all wishing
HOliSE SHOEING, BLACK
SMITHING, JUON, ETC.
John W. Lewis,
Comer of MA IX and SECOND streets,
Takes this opportunity to inform his
old customers, ami the public
in general, that he now
lias on hand
"Web-Foot" Plow !
And other patterns which lie warrants in
every particular to give satisfaction. The
Farming community are especially and
earnestly invited lo call and see these im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All wotk in bis liur is done in the best
possible manner, and at such prices as must
suit nil. In connection with the above de
partment of business the undersigned is also
prepared to manufacture
Wagons and Carriages nf every kind!
in point ot style and durability
EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTEDI
Ilavincconstautly on hand forsnle a large
assortment of material, consisting id part of
IRON, STEEL, ETC.,
The proprietor is
Enabled to fill all Orders!
For such Articles on
The Most Favorable Terms.
3?" All work from this establishment.
and all material sold on order, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. w. J,r its.
Levy & Feciiiieimer,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Furniture,
TAKE Tills METHOD OF INFORMING
the public that they have notv On baud
a larne invoice cf
SQUARE AXD EXTENSION TABLES,
LOU NOES. DESKS.
And various other Qualifies of Rich
ctnd Medium Furniture !
Forming a complete find desirable nssort
mentj which merits the attention of buyeis.
We HANUFACTUEE FTJUNITUIiE
Csing good materials, and employing the
very best mechanics in the State, hence we
can warrant our goods to be as represented,
and we arc prepared to fill all ordeis with
We call the attention of the public
to our salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment of dairabU goods in the
LEVY & FECHIIEIMEU,
45.1yl Main street, Oregon City.
RETAIL DEALER IN
Has removed into a LARGER STORE, in
Where be will be pleased to wait upon his
old customers and as many new ones (isnia
In addition to the abore, he has recently
receired a WELL SELECTED ASSORT
MENT of -Perfumery
which are oSered forsale.at reasonable rates
Oregon City. Oct. lvth,
BILL HEADS PRINTED.
At the Enterprise Offi?.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
NERVE ! NERVE! NERVE !
The Requirements of the Times !
J. R. RALSTON,
THE OLD ROCK STORE. THE BEST
Dry Goods bouse in Oregon Citv, has the
pluck to fill every department with "an entire
New Winter SioeSt !
Joy to the Hungry !
Hard Times Come Again no More !
Great Fall in the price of Goods!
J. IS. 12 AJLSTOjtf ,
At the Rock Store, ot? the corner of Main
and Filth streets, Oregon City, has just re
turned from San Francisco, where he purch
ased a lai'ye and well selected stock of
WOOLEN ' PRINTS,
GENTS' FUIINISIING GOLDS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
II ATS AND CAPS,
I'AINTS OILS, &c, Ac, &c.
At prices hitherto unheard of,
ZW By the oldest inhabitant.
Let the People clothe themselves
57" And Rejoice! For the winter cometh.
Give him a call and be convinced that the
Rock Store is the place to trade.
Fall and Winter Stock!
At the OLD CORNER.
Has jllst received, and is now openine.
all the latest
Stylos and Fsitf cms
Which he will sell low,
For Cash or Countru Produce !
His stuck Comprises, in part,
READY MADE CLOTHING
LOOTS AND SHOES,
Mens Ladies' Misses and Childrens'
HATS AND CAPS,
Groceries.Croc-kery, Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimnevs, und Burners!
Hardivare, Cutlery, etc., etc,
Being Hundreds of Other Articles !
Too numerous to Mention !
Call and examine for yourself I take
pleasure in showing goods, and customers
will Cud the articles at reasonable figures.
Comer store, opposite the
o.ly Tin and stove store.
C O 31 P A JV V.
THE ABOVE COMPXAY ARE SOW
producing aquality of
Superior to any ever before oSered.
on the Pacific Coast !
HARD TIMES, -FLANNELS,
J2f Using only the best grades of Wool.
The aboye goods nre olft-red to the trade
on the most, favorable terms. All orders
will meet with prompt attention.
Address : R. JACOU. Agent.
30.6m) Oregon City, Oregon.
Or L. WHITE & RUO.,Agentsat Portland.
AVcst Sitlc Main Street,
. , . Oregon.
HAVING REMOVED INTO Ml
WOULD INFORM THE PURLIC THAT
I still continue the maHufacture of
Boston, Butter, Sugar and Soda
d'C, dr.., tc.
In addition to which 1 will keep constantly
on baud a large stock ot the best staple and
I am also agetit for the celebrated nursery
of H. MILLER, Milwaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders for Ir lowers and JsnrubOery
atthe Nursery prices.
l:ly Ij. lMl,i..r,iv
LOGUS & ALBRIGHT,
Corner of Fourthand Main Sis.,
Oregon City Oregon.
rpAKETHIS METHOD OF INFORMING
X the public that uiev keep constantly on
hand all kinds fresh and salt meats, such as
COUNED OEEF, IT A MS,"
I'ICKELED PORK, LAUD,
And everything else to be found in their line
of business. LOGUS & ALBRIGHT.
Oregon City. April 20th, 1867. 2:ly
TOB PniXTIXn TEATI.Y EXECIT-
MIS CELL A A'EO US. -,
CHAS. HODGE. .CHAS. E. CALEF. . GEO. W. SXEX.L.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
AND AVIXDOTT GLASS.
VARNISHES, BR USEES, PAINTERS'
Materials, and xsruggiets Sundries.
07 Front Street,
A Fare and Powerful Tonic,
Conrrtlvr and Allevaf ive, of wonder-
. fill fjll:iy in discuses of I lie
STOMACH, LIVER AND
Preyents Fever and Ajruc und Billions Re
mittent Fevers ; fortities the system
against Miasma and the evil effects
of unwholesome water ; invigor
ates the organs oi digestion
and the bowels
Steadies the i nd tends to Pro
ItEMECi a n'KOPiEKTIES.
Cures Dyspepsin, Liver Complaint, Sick and
Nervous Headache, Oentral Debility,
Nervousness, Depression f its,
Constipation) Ci'lic, Intermit
tent Fevei s, Sea JickiieM,
Cramps und r!pasnis,
ond all complaints of either sex
arising Irom IJodily Weakness, whether
inherent in the system or
PRODLCi:DlJV SPtciAL CAUSES.
"VTOTIII.VG THAT LS NOT WIIOLE
ll some, genial, and lestniiilive in its na
ture, enters into the composition of 1H)S
ThTTKIfrt STOMACH UITTKILS. This
popular prcaiaiioti contains no trfinerul of
aii3- kitul i iio deadiy botanical eh.'tnent; no
fiery excitant ; but is a ci mbinatiou of the
extracts of rare baUamic herbs ami plants,
wiih the purest and mildest of all diUusive
'1 be Week stomach is rapidly invigorated,
and the appetite re.-tored by this toi.ic, und
hence it works wonders in cases of Dyspepsia,
and in less confirmed forms of Indigestion.
Acting as a gentle and painless aprient. as
well as upon the livt-r, it also invariably re
lieves the Constipation superinduced by ir
regular action of the digestive and secretive
Persons of feeble habit, liable to ?vervous
Attacks, Lowncss oi Spirits, and Fits of
Languor, (iud prompt and pel mainent reliet
from the Diners. The testimony on this
point is conclu.-ive, and from boili seses.
As a Genuine Tonic, HOSTLTTfclU'S BIT
TERS produce effects which must beexpeii
enceu or witnessed before they can be fully
appreciated. In cases ot Constitutional
Weakness, Premature Det;ay, and Debilit;
and Decrepitude arising from old age, it ex
ercises the electric influence. 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-enforce
and re-establish 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
alt the ordinary tonics and stomachics of the
day. SOLD EVER V WHERE;
'iHlUtii!:, CALEF ttO., Ag iit,
Sflitf.J Portland, Oregon.
F'aiSiil.y iyc Colors.
Patented October 13th. Ift53.
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Hark Green,
Blade Silk, Light Green,
Hark Blur, Magenta,
Light Bine, Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Brown, Orange,
Hark Brown, Pink,
Light Brown Purple,
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple,
Hark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solferino,
Fau'n Drab, Violet,
Yellow, Light Fawn Drab.
FOR DYEING SIL.lv,
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scnrfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Ronnets,
Hats, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
And all Kinds of Wearing Apparel,
A Saving 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 from the
same dye. The process is simple, and any
one can use the dye with perfect success.
Diiections in English, French and German
outside of each package.
HOWE &. STEVENS,
SoO Broadway, Boston.
For sale bv Smith & Davis I'ortland, Und
bv P.ell A Parker. Oregon City. 21
JLilc IiEsias'jaiice Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets Nearly $5,000.000 00.
Dividend to January 1st, 1S67,
Dividend of 1807, 40 per cent. Cash.
rpHIS LARGE DIVIDEND IS VERY
1 gratif ing, and assures the policy hold
ers that they will, in this carefully conductd
company, obtain insurance at the lowest cost
consistent with tue safety of the ttistrrcd.
SPECIA L FEA T URES
Polcits -non Forfeiting,
- After one Payment
Credit Giren for jurt of
The Premium if Desired
Prompt I aymeut of Losses!
All classes of Life and Endowmeut
J1" Important, New Features in
Dividends, and Mod a of Insvrnv.ee l
The following are examples of the opera
tions of the la.-t dividend. Policies issued
in 1833 only four years ago:
Amount PiTlr.ititn Added Total
Inslired. Paid. to Policy. Amount.
$10,000 fl.'-SO S-V.72 ?13,o7-2
S,000 l,o'.'2 2.S48 l'V4S
7,5ii0 7o3 2,7o3 lo,2oS
'J 7,o0') 571 2,oo5 9,505
This is an entirely new plan, originating
with this company, and gives insurers the
lnrgest return ever made by any company in
the same period. All information, books,
blank Applications, can be obtained from
C. P. FERRY, Agent,
108 Front t,t., Portland, Oregon.
Da. A.D. Ei.lis, )
Dr. W. H. W atkins, J Medical Examiners.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Having followed the above business
Sixteen years, ia
And San Francisco.
T rol nn fWtpnf thnt T ran r v nrfYet nt..
isfaction to all who may trust me with work.
Persons livint; at a listance from the city
can obtain all necessary information as to
cost, etc., bv addressing:
"J. A. WETMORE. Plasterer,
Montgomery st., near 13th, Portland.
Reference. Clackamas county :
J. C. Trcllisger, Esq., Oswego.
TrSTTnr.ST TYLAVFTS nf nrprir ovrin
I fj tlon. for ?alo at the FmtRrRiss oCice.
- REDING TON t CO.'S COLUMN
KEDIXGTON fc CO.'S
Essence of Jamaica GIngel.
'1,,IIIS Valnable preparation. ettitiniBg.iB
JL a highly conCctitiafcd form Hit the prop
erties of th Jamaica Gmgef, bas become 4
of the most popular domestic remedtea forail
diseases of the stomach and digestive organs.
As b tonic it will be found invaluable to all
persons recovering from debility, whether
produced bv ferer or otherwise Tor whilst
imparts to the system all the glow nd rigo
that can be produced bt wifta ot btaftdy, it
entirely free from the reactionary effects
follow the use of spirits ot any kind.
It is also ah excellent remedy for femalw
who suffer from difficult menstruation. triTiur
almost immediate relief to the Hpasma tbt
frequently accompany that periori. -
It gives immediate relief o nausea, caused
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also valnable s aa
external application for Gout, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. KEDIXGTON 4 CO.
27.ly j Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
" MARTHA WASHINGTON
Trust none other, howe'er pleasant,
None can do what this ha done
Try it always keep it present
Use the .Maltha Washington.
IT W1U KEEP THE HAIXt
Soft and glossy Change It to
its Original ColorPrevent it
falling out Make old head
look young and do all that fa
expected of a genuine, geodr
Ita lr Restorer.
REDLGlTO.V & Co., Agent.,
" MARTHA WASHINGTON '
HAIK El STOKER
Is the wonder of the world, and stand,
above comparison with any other article fur
the hair ever brought before the public.
J5f Sold eveiywhere. f
F L A V O 1 J I X G EX T UACTS!
Are made from Freh Fruits. Each
bottle holds tvvice as much as any other
brand ill the market, consequently they
are the cheapest and the best.
Vac no otliev.
KF.DIXGTOX k C".,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
HY W ILL TOtj DELAY
We are torry that there are
persons who suffer on day by day
month after month, and year by q
. . . , O O
jearjffheii friends and neighbor.
haTe been cured of the same
malady that afflicts them. Now,
it has been proved by substan
tial evidence that SCOVILL'3
BLOOD AND LIVER STKCP
will cure the wojat case of scrof
ula, Canker, Kheumatism, Keu
ralgia, etc. yet still there are
those who neglect this sure n$)
raluable remedy; To such we
say, try the syHtp ithd be convinced
KEDIXGTON A. Co., Agents,
ild and 413 Front street,
If faithfully used according to directions
will cure every case of Diabetes, und gretitiy
mitigate the troublesome effects caused by a
relaxation of the outlet of the bladder. It is
a most successful remedy for erravel and other
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and for
Female diseases is unequalled.
The Cathoucon unifoi mly cures ProInTRua
Uteri, Whites, all irregularities of the Month
ly period, suppression, incontinenceof Urine. '
Bloating, and Dropsical swellings, and all
diseases of pregnancy. The specific action of
this medicine is imminent and certain, upou
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 Compa
tit's Uterine Catliolfcon, cannot sufficiently
express their gratitude for the relief afforded.
Kkdington k U.. Ai'i.ts,
416 and 413 Front street, San Francis
STOP THAT COUGHING
PO?IK CP YOU CAN'T. ATTT "V"" HT?
you. You have tii.-d every remedy but t!ic t-Xil
ilostined, by lis lutnnsic merit, lo supor?di! : 11 ni'.t-
i5.tr pn-par;itinns. it i nm Fiirprisma ya riiou: i
r' liiclant to try Fonictliiue is slier Uo U:.amj- -.t-jwrinicuts
ym have in:iile of tmshy r.i-awo
LiatcJ oa tUo public as a ccrtuxi carv; kul
H ren'lv the VF.rY rf?T rTry cvrfmfwrn I
l'rr tlie cur t l t.inislis, l olus. ro.-o I hiwik-lhu-.,
, hi!iin!' Cimsii.iinnii liiiis aiut I (inwiiupt Wi. lh-i-a-
F:ini!s tf H'pio i:t tiilidirnia :uit irei(iiii have b-i
plritJy UiUeUlU'U by tUo burihun CurUvs Knt
an'l w-ilh rj areont pire It their onj!li3'?(l" sppr
batinn. Wo now n-'.drrss ursetves to ail who ar ua
arquaint(i viilb this, the grentest ranacea if U t
fur tho healing of alt disusxis f U Tkroal n4
Lung3t assuriag 'u that
has cured thousands and it wilt cure YOU if you fc
This invaluaWe medirine fs pleasant ta the tirat
soothing, healing and strengthening in its ellccts;
tirely free irom all poisonous or deleterious drugs,
aaJ porf(?ctl y harmless under all circumstance.
Ci'iiificatr's from manyprominent citizens of. 8
Fraueisco accoiuiiiy every UolUo of