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TOHK AND tOVXTT,
I Mo. Keuney begins to feel him
J Bc!f quite &t l oaie flmonSst the " pPe'
1 cies His threats to use Brule
I force pon ns, in reply to our wyinj;
that CVcW serves a cowh.de fo.
1 cow.rd.ee .nd treachery if J'
' sr., iraand more cowh.de if the
J ,refU,en'r',y in keeping i'l
- L . A r.nft I
l and he cannot deny it uh
Anntlr sad and painful occurrence
tok rdacein this city on Tuesday evening
'' LutS which a little son of Mr. Charles
I nzu lost bis life by drowning He had
, cone to the river with some other boys
f,x the purpose of fishing, and accwlent
; , It Ml into the Water, before assistance
Slid reach him he sank to rise no more.
The body was recovered on Wednesday
" morning, and the funeral on Thursday
i vi, attended by a large number of sym-
j.vlming frionda. HU ago was about ten
Making IIistokv. Th Oregon made
' Fhorel presented by Mr. Smith at the
breaking of ground in Kat Portland, and
'. n hnpr;lr described in the address of Mr.
Mitchell, in another part of this paper
V a manufactured at th Willamette Iron
V?,.rks. where any article that can bp made
of iron, u readily produced. The first
shove! full "f dirt was brought to this city
bv Mr. N. W. RandaM. and is now produc-
iii" strawberries, which we hope may be
upon the table at the banquet we propose
threading here next fall, on the coraple-
tion of the railroad; to Oregon City.
' In consequ.-nce of business engago-
ri'nts at Portland this week, we were un
i r.Me to attend tho lecture of Rev. Dr.
; "VVjtl e on Tuesday evening last. All who
j were in attendance however as far aj we
I iuvc heard. .peak in tlie highest terms of
i pr ne of it. Dr. Wythe is really un
f hh'.e man.
A course of lectures will be given
I at Oswego, for the benefit of the M. E.
i Church at that place. Rev. C. C Stratton
-w. Ill deliver the opening lecture on Tues-
day cren'ing next. The Church at Oswo
1 gi have undertaken to construct an edi-
tii-e this year. We. wish them all possible
1 . Oregon Lodge No. 3, I. O. of O.F.,
elected the following delegates to the next
' Grand Lodge: J. T. Apperson, W. P.
, I'urns, J. Marshall. J. M. Bacon.
The ffilicers of the Good Templars
.? Lodge f.t Matlocks School House, will be
p-iblicl j installed on the afternoon of
ll.iv 2nd. Hon. J. X. Dolph will deliver
Work ou both lines of the Railroad is
progressing. As soon as a wharf suitable
to land materials at. for the Last side, can
1- constructed, iron and rolling stock will
be received at Portland.
Gov. (-Woods passed through yester
day en rd-ntf to Salem, after an extended
tour ot the Lantern States.
H Keep Koch. Pack them in salt or char-
i coal wi;h the Fmall end downward, and
s they will keep fresh one or two wars.
I TamP Gkka.si olt op Sii.k. Apply a
' little magnesia to the wrong side, and the
. i-jtuth will disappear.
ThGbnik 0:ci'dett and Live Ydn
lee loiidvd with fl uir almost excld
ivc!v thrormer taking on a lot of
t Wall Wnll.i brands.
J The Albany Democrat publishes a
I clioice production on the subject of
ihe Willamette, which we republish
- on the first- pajre.
;l Advice ahoit Skttsnu out Plants.
J PlmtPfrom the greenhouse should not be
out until all danger IVom frost is over.
In the East that can hardly be said to
the case before the middle Wf last week
in May and sometimi-s (he fro.ty season
rx 'Qia into June. " Plants that are fresh
I from the greenhouse should remain in a
!lh'!tcred spot in their-pots for a few day-
i'.itlieir leave a somewhat liardeneil.''
riA the Gftixln-r's Mtmthhj. '-Iielbre
, fi ruing them out of their pots to the flower
bed, water well first; the Soil must be
p.-ir-wd firmly against the balls of roots,
l;a they are planted in the ground."
I Tat- as u Paste. Dissolve an ounce
;f alum in a qart of warm water ; when
,J cold, add as much Hour as will make it the
, co-iQstance of cream ; then streV into it
rvieh powdered rosin as will stand on
him-. . .nd two or three- cloves ; boll it
; to a consistence, stirring all the time. It
j wll keep for twelve months, and when
l-y may hp (softened with water.
I C,i.os on Lixkx. To restore the gloss
I commonly observed on newly purchased
I collars or shirt-bosoms, add a spoonfull of
team aiaoic water to a mnt of starch as
fully made fr this purpose. Two
nces or gum arable may be dissolved
. 5 hi pint of water, after standing over
, m'ht raay be racked otf and kept in a
J I buiile, ready for use.
I I To Dkstuoy Catekpillars. Boil to-
; J gelher a quantity of rue, wormwood and
I J any cheap tobacco, (equal parts) in com-
? n!ii water the liquid should be very
I Mrong. Sprinkle it on the leaves and
young branches every morning and even
' i r during the time the fruit is ripemn.
Whitewash that Will Not Run Off.
I -lix up halt pailful of lime and water.
rrviy to put it on the wall, then take one
'U of flour and mix it with the water ;
t n pour on it boiling water sufficient to
i tlioken it:pour it while hot into the white-
fc tioon for Houses. Those keeping
'tiJ suouia, once a weeK. give tnem a
-andful of salt and ashes. Mix them bv
J P,l!t"ig in three parts of salt to one of
f he. Horses relish this, and it will kep
1, them ooft and fine. It will prevent bots,
I COIL-, Ac. 1
To Clean- Marble. Marble may be
? c!caaed by mixing up a quantity of the
ftr-mgest soap-levs. with quicklime to the
i "-''j'ency ,,f milk aml ayn;r it on the
f garble for twentv-four Lours ; clean it
i -.ter-ard3 with soap and water.
I roi-,s I-ookinu G lass ks. First wash
: 1 p guss all over with luke-warm soap-
1 h?l.an'? .a sPon- "When drv. rub it
i a'rM KUn a,hnckbk,n and little pre-
l ared chit'k, finely powdered.
j To Remove R,-st krom Knives. Ac.
,et knlve3 witb sw't oil, well rub-
uo iUj 14iij i uy ui5appc;irs.
to KEr7cn:TTo bar.
nu of a Lamp.
jneg.-yf, and well
?re yo., vv, it
three: years ago.
While Mr. Bingham; chairman of
the managers on the part of the
Ilonse of Representatives, was yes .
terday afternoon formally 8rraijinni
ndrew Johnson, President of th
United States and in the " name o
.11 the people thereof demanding hi
rial by the Senate of the Unitn
Stales, there was scarcely aspectatc
ii the crowded rallerles, r a Senato
or Representative in the equally
crowded Senate chamber, tliat did
not think I his day three years ago,
says the Washii.gton Chronicle of
March 5th 18G8, when Andrew
Johnson made his inaugural speech
as Vice President. The audience was
far more brilliant on the 4th of March,
1805, than yesterday; and the loyal
men and women composing it were
full of joy over the re-election cf the
beloved Lincoln, and the more thick
coming certainty of Grant's great
victories. How soon the general
j-y was exchanged fr terrible mor
tification by the conduct of Andrew
Johnson it did not need the painful
amusement of the foreign ambassa
dors and the bitter exultation of the
sympathizers with treason to confirm.
Where yesterday afternoon sat the
managers of the House, bearing the
Articles of Impeachment, then sat
the Cabinet of Mr. Lincoln and the
Judges of the Supreme Court; while
around them clustered the army and
navy, and the representatives of for
eign powers; and facing these sat the
re-elected President himself. The
consoicucus fiijure of the scene was
Andrew Johnson, and never while
language or memory endures will his
conduct be forgotten. What fol
lowed? One prolonged yell arose
from the Democrats for the resigna
tion or expulsion of the man who had
so deeply wounded the nation's honor,
and so recklessly trampled under
foot all the decencies of life. There
was no mercy for him among his
present champions, frothing could
satisfy them but his instant ejection
from the post he had dt-filed. And
when the- great 12 pv.hbcan 2Hlr,U
threw the manlJe of its foreivrnrss
over the wrvtched oJrndert its mag a
nimity was denounced a ireafrness and
held up to universal scorn.
That dreadful day, succeeded by
years of far more deliberate inde
cency far more coherent peifidy
was the. fatal sowing of a harvest of
calamiliefj and yesterday afternoon
the American People made the first
formal effort to be released from the
But the scene has undergone some
stur tiiriij changes. We find that the
fnrg;ven Andrew Johnson has turned
upon his Republican benefactors, and
that the persscutfd Andrew Johnson
has become the protector of his tlin
(ierers. We fiud that those, icho crc
ma mlid his in slant impediment fur
one afternoon of inebri ition, now de
mand for him continuance in his Pres
tdency, because his subsequent conduct
has bren one unbroken rli of end'ess
profligacy. And we find n!o the
grent party I'ait bore anl forbore
his first great offence now cmtt:o;
forward and asking his condemna
tiou for a whole cutulogne of crimes.
It was a scene Well calculated to
arouse all these recollections; and
who that recalls it can doubt, that a
people long tolerai.t of insufferable
wrongs would, when at last aroused,
fearlessly and boldly correct them?
In England, a Crown PrinCe similar
ly accused would not be able to walk
the streets-, and in France Louis Na
poleon could not (if he ever consent
ed to sink so low) play Andrew
Johnson's part without being punish
ed by nn uprising even among his
own household troops Here, how
ever, a great party makes Andrew
Johnson its leader, and calls him
jcrsecnied who has betrayed and pun
ished the men who forgave his frst
offence and the millions tho sehcted
It remains to be seen whether a
man can commit continuous crime
against all moral and written law,
and wield supreme power in the
freest and most Christian Gover nment
on earth, wiih the consent of those he
has scorned, betrayed, und trampled
under his feet.
Rumors from Washington say
that Connessof California, and Thay
er of Nebraska, are candidates for the
Secretaryship of the interior under
'Mc Cubins block, toge'.her vvith
a boarding house and some frame
buildings, were burned in St. Paul
Minnesota last Tuesday. Loss $100,
The Dalies tth graph line opened
peoples eyes on the 15th. We b
served the work on that day, and
pronounce if, among other things, the
sweet fruits of patient waiting and
hope, in our State.
The work on the railroads is going
forward as fst as men can be pro
cured to work.
The Srelancthon, which left San
Francisco for Portland on the 17th
is afi Orprori made barkenline. Sho
was tannched at Coos Rav lat v?nr.
AVecltly Comuinrtlal Itcvlevr.
EXTEKTRISK OrFICl, )
Oregou City. April 25, 1S6S. f
Private advices inform us that Imperial
and Standard brands, Oregon flour, is
Hrm at $7 00 , $7 25 per bbl. In point
of fact. Oregon flour as well as wheat, is
dways best in San Francisco markets.
The following miserable subterfuge ap
ears in the San. Francisco dispatch of
The supplies received from Oregon' of
ite, have been unusually large, aggre
mce January 1st over 50.000 bb!s. Late
.nvoices of this description arettill on the
market, including the lireicstcr's entire car
go of '5.0(A) bids. The presence of so
much low priced floitr in the market seri
ously interferes with the demand for the
city mills, both for local trade and export.
The mm who wrote that paragraph is
fit for the lowest black mail operations
and we will bet on it. Low priced flour !
does not find its way there from Oregon.
Our wheat and flour both command the
higie.. t ra;es but those rates are always
repor el private. Wheat is selling all the
way from fair to prime at $2 25 to $2 50.
Oats remain high in markets be!ow but
little is being done. Prices are quoted at
$2 fit) 52 70.
FLOUR Imperial. Standard, Monitor,
and Harding's brands $;(, 57 00 bbl..
outside brands 5." M)(n:-$5 50.
WIIMVT Dull demand at OOgOo cts.
OATS The demand is about equal to
the siipplv. at 40c.
COitN" MMVI S2 50$3c3 cwt,
FKKD -Ground $25 ton Middlings
$20fr?Vr"-'5 ; Bran $12.
FliUIT Green Apples $bx 50075 c;
Dried Apples lb ext.oc; Dried Peaches
no: e ; Plums lOfYt 12c.
CUUL'n MEAT IJacon t) H 10c12c;
Hams fl ib liC.; Shoulder: 5f''i,7c.
LARD In kegs 'J c.; tins Lie.
EGGS Abundant at ICe. fi doz.
PUTTER Ordinary to prime Vl Ib 20
POULTRY Chickens 1 doz $2 5003;
t.vme Dncks 75c. ) p;:ir : tame Geese S50
pair: Turkeys $2 50053 "jtt pair.
GAME Grouse 50c. pair, or S3 3
doz.; Pheasants. -10c. pair, or S2 doz.
VEGETABLES Potatoes bu. 25 cts
Onions t, 100 lbs $2 000.53.; ileanst?100
lbs $5(io3 50.
HIDES Salted $ lb 405c.; dry 910
Flour Ranging from $G 00 to $7 00
Wheat Lots offered here are taken at
$1 00 to SI 1 0 "pi bushel.
Bacon Sides. !01Oe.; hams. 1 -1015c;
shoulders, 60.7c.: Stock abundant, demand
Lard In tins, 1O.J01 lc; Kegs. 10c.
Putter Packed .-.olid. 10 and li'e. In
brine, choice, 20 and 25c. Isthmus, 30
to 38 he.
Eggs Tn good demand at 33C. doz.
Dried Fruits Apples, packed in new i
bb's J!)c; Peaches, 12Ae. and 13c; Plums.
Sugar Islands. 12.0 13Jc: SanFraneis-
co C HHi 15c. : Crushed, in bbl
na;r uuis.. ii c.
Syrup Heavy Golden, best brands,
S10tS7c : Island, in bbls., 35e.
Rice Hawaiian, 10 c ; China, No. 1,
CniTee Java. 27c : Rio. but little in
market, 22c ; Costa Rica. 23c.
Fish Salmon, bbls. $000; half bids.
$5 00; Mackerel. Sit; kits, 3 50 ; Cod
Salt Carmen Island 100 lb. skw.27 50 ;
Dairy 50 11). sks. S32 50: best Lav. 100
Ib. sks. S25 ; 10 lb. sks, lSc ; 5 lb. sks.
Uc ; 3 lb. sks, 8c.
THE LAW OP XK'.VSPAI'EItS.
If subscribers order the discontinuance of
taeir newspapers, the publisher may con
tMiue to send them until all arrearages are
If subscribers neglect or refuse to take
their newspapers from the otlicc to which
they are sent, they art? held responsible un
til tbey havr settled the bills and ordered
It subscribers move to other places with
out informing the publisher, and newspa
pers are sent to the former direction, ihey
arc held responsible.
What Cmker Hotel We call
the attention of the traveling public, as well
As regular bonhl'er's, to the advertisements
of the What Cheer Hotel 1 i5-l 2. 1-30 Front
street, Portland Oresjou. One of lbs best
conducted houses in the citv of Portland.
The proprietors, Leonatd Lyons & Co:, ure
well und popularly kuowu as good caters to
thu a'ipetite. und their tables are always
loaded down with palatable edibles. They
also maive tlie neatness ot their roomi and
eds spt-cialiiv, they buin'i light airy and
plcnsanl for small fantiUes. " Indies arc
iuruished private tables it dcsirante.
OftEGoi? Entehi. isb. The enter
prise and rapid advancement of Oregon tins
becrim a matter of universal comment both
nt home nnd abroad, and the tin e seems
close at hand when she will fairly rival many
older Mates in the Union. AH this is the
result of active industry and intellig. nt
forethought by its people, and among ti
tuieiuost of those who are the most active
and industrious can be mentioned BARMAN
BROS., who are always ahead ia their line
of bu-iness. They now have a-clothing
house equal to any en the coast, where all
the latest and most fashionable suits can be
obtained, at prices that duty competit-on.
All they ask is far toe people to Cull and see
for themselves. Corner Front and Morrison
slreets Poi tmn J.
Accident to the Ajax. The
Stormier Aj t.v was not lost, on her last trip
to San Francisco, but went safely into port,
and leturnod to Oregon last Wednesday,
bringing KOlIN !fc FiSlIEL, Xo. yo Froiit
street, Portland, the largest and best assort
ment of tlentieaien s Spring and Summer
."MiitSi thelattst stvle. and of the best mater
ials that has been offered in this State for
Years. The Ladies have not been forirottem
Thev wili nnd by an inspection of the stock
just ai rived, that t' eir wants have been an
ticipated bv a selection or orv rooiIs, tlie
equal of which is not o'lea presented here.
Pain- is supposed to be the lot of
us poor mortals as inevitable as death, and
liable at any time to come upon ns. There
fore it is important that remedial agents
should be at hand to be vsed on any emer
gency, when we are made to teel the cx-
crutuiinr agonies ot pain, or me depress
ing influence of disease. Such a remedial
a jent exists in the -'Pain Killer," the fame
of which has extended over all the laith.
Amid the eternal if es of the Polar region, or
beneath the burning sun of tL? tropics, its
virtues are known and appreciated. i he ef
fect of the Pain Killer Upon the patieni,, when
taken internally in cases of 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 neve be for
iotteu. Its success in removing pain, as an
external remedy, in cases of burns, bruises,
scires, sprains, ' cuts, sting of insects, and
other causes of suffering, has secured for it
'he most prominent position among the
medicines of the day. Kewaie of conn
terieits and worthless imitations. Call for
Perry Davis' Vegetable '"I'uin Killer," and
take none other. 37" Sold by all druggists
Dr. IIostetTek's Stomach Bit-
t Ens The operation of this palatable rem
edy upon the stomach, liver and excretory
organs is singularly soothing and conserva
tive. It regulates, recruits, and purities
them. Dyspepsia in all its forms yields to
its control ami invigorating properties, airi
it is recommended lo mothers, enfeebled by
the cares and duties of maternity, as the
safest and best remedy they can'probablv
use. In all the crisis of female I'fe it will be
found eminently useful, and elderly persons
will derive much more benefit from it than
from ordinary stimulants. Sold by the drug
gists and dealers everywhere.
HODGE, CALFF & CO., Agents,
v:f Portland, w?jp.
Allen's Lcno Balsam ! Tlie best
remedy for the cure of Consumption, and
all Diseases of the Lungs. It causes the
phlegm nnd matter to rrse without irritating
those delicate organs (the Lungs.) and with
out producing constipation of the bowels.
It also gives strength to the system, stops
night sweats, and changes all the morbid
secretions to a healthy state. It contains no
opium in any form. It is perfectly harmless
for the most delicate child. It is everywhere
in good demand and gives gooi satisiaction.
The resujt of its u.se is proof of its great
value. Its extraordinary heating properties
are experienced by all who uce it. Their
testimonev will be found in a pamphlet,
which c-i.1 be had of Ih'e agents where the
medicine is for sale. Perry Davis A Son,
Providence, Ii. I.. General wholesale Agents
for the Eastern States.
OKEGON CITY BUSINESS.
WooS Wanted I
C Sa s bsi si 11 SSro.
ARE IN THE MARKET, AXD "WANT
jg"" Far v-hirh the highest market
price will be paid.
ET JSC JSBZ.E2
JOHNSON & McCOWN ARE THE Local
Agents in Oregon City, of the Pacific
hire Insurance Company, t'.ie best doing
business ou this cat. This Company is
the ouly one ia Oregon that
Issue Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the case to San Francisco.
ALSO, AGENTS OF THE
Horth America Life Insurance Co.!
Presenting the most desirable fea'ures,
having its policies guaranteed by the State
of New Voi k.
Don't delay attention to these mat
ters until your property is destroyed by tire,
or until you a.-e -sick, when you cat. not be
insured. Call immediately. (iili.tf
It A IX STREET, OK EG OX CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER;
(Successors to Wortman Shcppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
CAKES! PIES! BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds!
Orders in this Line will meet with
PH0MPT ATTENTION !
BARLOW & FULLER
Also keep on band all kinds of
FAMILY G HOC FRIES !
AND PItO VISIONS'!
STE A M BOAT STOKES !
And all Articles tn.ed for Culinary
BARLOW a FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUOKS AND TOBACCO I
IJy the Case, or at retail !
Attention Is also directed to the fact
that nobody else sells ih
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
Farmers nnd the public generally, are In
vited to call at thu City Pakerv, where Ibte
truth will be made apparent that our stock
complete, and our -prices reasonable. A!!
kinds of produce taken in exchange for j
.roods. P.ARLOW A FULLKR. I
IBOEE CCS HQLJ" S 9
Sign and Stsamboat
Iiallatlont or all kiiitTs
WotKl il 2.(1 MilfMe I
Executed as well as can be done on the
Examine our work and judge for your
selves. Every order attended to with
care, add expedition.
G. E. MURRAY,
West door Ralston's brick. Main st..,
49. t0 Oregon City:
JACOB WOnt MAN.
THOMAS R. FIELDS
W ortman & Fields,
Next' Door to the Post OjJicei
Oregon City, Oregon.
Provisions of all Kind !
Wines and Liquors !
Confectionery, Spices !
Canned Fruits and Afcats !
And all the Favorite
Brands of Flour and Sugar !
tfThe highest market prices 2a.id
for country pro luce.
Having purchased the above Brewery,
wishes to inform the public that he is now
prepared to manufacture a No. 1 quality of
As good ns can be obtained anywhere in the
State. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
Orpjnn Citr, December Stn, 1 '-"'. 1 'tt
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
C. W. POPE & Co.,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
And Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware
Main Street, Oregon City.
The ("bscr!b.,-rs would respectfully an
ndurrce that they keep constantiv on hand a
irood assortment cf Cooking. Parlor, Air
light, and other stoves, suitable to this
market, which are bein2
Offered at Portland Prices !
Our assortment in this line is large, and em
braces almost any desired pattern, including
WEST EI JN EMPIRE,
BLACK KNIGHT, &o.
Roofing : .J Jobbing of every description
done to order, in a manlier that cannot fail
to suit patrons. Iii addition to the above
may be fouud a good assortment ot Hard
ware, Wooden ware, etc.
C. W. POPE & Co.
Oregon City, Anril 20th. 3867. fl.
NEW LIGHT ! NEW LAMP !
IEW ELTJIJ3 !
BEST NIGHT LAMP IN USE !
Its $lnny AdvnntagMi
FIRST It is yon-Hi-plosive, and entirely
free from smote or oJf'tHtice odor tehile
SECOXDlt gices a Soft, Clean, Whitt
THIRD-It is CHEAPER than any oilier
fluid or Ou.
LUCINE EURNING FLUID
For burning in the above Lamps, outrivals
all otht-r Fluids for LIGHT and ECONOMY.
It will not Stain or Urease Clothes, Carpets,
LUCINE LAMPS AND THE FLUID
CAN BE n.VD OF
C. W. FOFE & Co.,
S'-'tes, Timeare, . Lamps, Oils, Clilmnei,
La liter tt s. or., d:c. n4:tf
HIGHLY IMPORTANT !
To all wishina
HOUSE SHOEING. BLACK
S M IT H I N G, IRON, ETC.
John W. Lewis,
Grner of 21 A IX ana SECOXD streets,
Takes this opportunity to inform his
old customer;, and the public
in general, that he now
has on hand
"Web-Foot" Plow !
And other patterns which he warrauts in
very particular to give satisfaction. The
Fanning community nre especially and
earnestly invited to call and see these im
plements, before purchasing elsewhere.
All work in 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 ot style and durubility
Eai'AI- TO A X Y IMPOIITE tZ
Having constantly on hand forsale a large
assortment of material, consisting in part of
IRON, STEEL, ETC.,
Tlie proprietor iS
Enabled to fill all Orders !
Eor shell Articles on
The Most Favorable Terms.
All work from this establishment,
and all material sold on order, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LEWIS.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Furniture,
AKE Tills METHOD OF INFORMING
the public that they have now on hand
a lare invoice f
SQUARE AND EXTENSION TABLES,
PURE A US.
And various other Qualifies of Rich
and Medium Furniture I
Fcirming a complete and desirable1 assort
ment, which merits the attention of buyers.
We MANUFACTURE FURNITURE
Using good materials, nnd employing the
very best mechanics in the State, bence we
can warrant our goods to be as represented,
and we are prepuied to Ell all orders with
5?" We call the attention of the nublic
to our salesroom as containing the most
complete assortment of desirabU ijoods in the
LEVY fc KiSclIHEIMER,
45.1y Main street, Oregon City.
RETAIL DEALER IN
Has removed into a LARGER STORE, in
Where he will be pleased to wait upon his
old customers and as many new ones as ma
In addition to the above, be has recently
received a WELL SELECTED ASSORT
Perfumery and Cosmetics !
which are offered for sale at reasonable rates.
Oregon City, Oct. lttth, 1&T
BILL TIEADS PRINTED.
At th FMrprise Offie.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
NERVE! NERVE! NERVE!
The Requirements of the Times !
J. R. RALSTON,
IIAS IT I
THE OLD ROCK STORE, THE BEST
Dry Goods house in Oregon City, has th
pluck to fill every department with an entire
New Winter Stock !
Joy to the Hungry !
Hard Times Come Again no More !
Great Fall in the price of Goods!
J. R. RALSTON,
At the Rock Store, on the corner of Main
and Fifth streets, Oregon City, has just re
turned from San Francisco, where he purch
ased a large and well selected stock ol
GENTS' FUllNlSHNG GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
PAINTS OILS, &c , &c, Ac.
ET" At prices hitherto unheard of,
By the oldest inhabitant.
5?" Let the People clothe themselves
ttT" And Rejoice! For the winter comcth.
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 just received, and is now opening,
all the latest
Stj les and Patterns
Which he will sell low,
For Can ft or Country Produce !
His stock Comprises, in part,
LEAOY MADE CLOTHING
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Mens Ladies' Misses and Childrens
HATS AND CAPS,
Groceries.Crockery.Olnss nnd Plated
Wart', P;tifitst Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys, und Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., elc
Being Hundreds of Other Articles !
Too tiumeroiis to Mention!
Call and examine for yourself. I take
pleasure in showing goods, and customers
wili hud the articles at reasonrble figures.
Corner store, opposite the
Tiu and stove store.
C O P A IV Y
THE ABOVE COMPXAV ARE NOW
producing aquality of
Superior to any ever before offered
on the Pacific Coiast I
t37 Using only the best grades of Wool.
The above roods rtr offered to the trade
on the most favorable terms. All orders
will meet with prompt attention. .
Address : H. J ACOIJ, Agent,
30.6m) Oregon City, Oregon.
Or L. WHITE & BRO.,Agentsat Portland.
IVest Side Mala Strc,
Oregon City Oregon.
Li DILLER " ' Prcprxetcr.
HAVING REMOVED INTO M
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC Til AT
still continue the manufacture of
Boston, Butter, Sugar and Soda
C JFl C K E :r s .
fC, tr.., etc.
In addition to which I will keep constantly
on haud a large stock ot the best staple and
I am also agent for the celebrated nurssry
of H. MILLER. Milwaukie, and urn prepared
to supply orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
at tlie Nursery prices.
l:ly L. DILLER
L O G f S & ALBRIGItt,
Corner of Fourth and Main Sis.,
Oregon Ctty . . . . Oregon.
rp.KE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
JL the public that tney keep constantly on
Land all kinds fresh and salt meats, such us
BEEF, POI IK,
CORNED BEEF, HAMS"
PICKELED PORK, LARD,
And everything else to be found m their line
of business. LOG US &. ALBRiUIIT.
Oregon City, April 2oth, 1867. f 2:ly
JOB FRINTIXO XEATLt KXECtT
r?t tfc ENTERPRISE OFflCE.
CBAS. HODGE. .-CHAS. B. CALEF . . OKO. W. SMIL.
HODGE, CALEF & Co.,
DEUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
rARXISHESt BRUSHES, PAIXTERS'
Materials, ana urvgyisW Sundries.
V7 Front Street,
A Fure and Powcnal Tonic.
CorifttiTt and Alterntive. of wonder
ful efficacy In diseases of tlie
STOMACH, LIVER AND
PROTECT! VK PROPERTIES.
Prevents Fever and Ague and Billions Re
mittent Fevers ; fortifies the system i
against Miasma and the evil effects
of unwholesome water ; invigor
ates the organs ot digestion
and the bowels;
Steadies tlie Servti and tends to Pro
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Sick and
Nervous Headache, General Debilitj,
Nervousness, Depression of Hpii ita,
Constipation, Colic, Intermit
tent Fevers, Sea Sickness,
Cramps and Spasm?,
and all complaints of either sex
arising Irom Bodily Weakness, whether
inherent in the system or
PRODUCED BV SPECIAL CAUSES.
ATOTIIING THAT IS !OT WHOLE
jLN some, genial, and restorative f n its na
ture, enters into the composition of 1IOS
TETTEIfS STOMACH BITTERS. This
popular preparHtion contains no mineral of
any kmd ; no deadly botanical element ; no
fieiw excitant j but is a combination of the
extracts of rwre balsamic herbs and plants.
With the purest aud mildest of all ditlu.ive
1 he week stomach is rapidly Invigorated,
and the appetite restored by this tonic, and
hence it w orks wonders in cases of Dyspepsia,
and in less confirmed form of Indigestion.
Acting as a gentle and painless aprient, as
Well as upon tiie liver, it also invariably re
lieves the Constipation superinduced by ir
regular action of the digestive aud secretive
Persons of feeble habit, liable to Nervous
Attacks, Lowncss o( Spirits, and Fits of
Languor, find prompt and permaineut relief
from Ihe Bitters. The testimuny on this
point is conclusive, and from both sexes.
As a Genuine Tonic, HOSTETTKK'S BIT
TERS produce elfects which must beexpeii
enced or witnessed before they can be fully
appreciated. In cases ot Constitutional
Weakness, Premature Decay, and Debiiit
and Decrepitude arising from old age, it ex
ercises the electric influence. In the conva
lescent stages ot all diseases it operates as a
deliglitlul fnvigoraut. When the powers of
nature are related, it operates to re-enforce
cud re-establish them.
Last, but not least, it is the only safe stim
! ulaut, being manufactured from sound and
I inncuous materials, and entirely free from
the acrid elements present more or less in
all the ordinary tonics and stomachics oi the
day. SOLD EVERYWHERE.
IIliDUK, tALKF S;CO., Afcmts,
3":tf.j Portland, Oregon.
Family Iye Colors.
Patented October ISth, ltiti3.
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Black, Dark' Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, M" gent a,
Light Blue, Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Broicn, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink,
Light Brown Purple,
Snnf Brown, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate
Light Drab, Soifrrino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Yellow, Light Fawn Drab.
POtl DYEIXG SICK,
Voblen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarf,
Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
And all Kinds of Weuring Appaiel.
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.
Dhections in English, French and German
Outside of each package
HOWE A tSTEVENF,
3o0 Broadway, Doston.
For snle by Smith A Davis Portland, and
bv Bell A Parker. Oregon City. p21
THE MAIM MATT AN
JLile limSiii'saiiee Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets Nearly ...... $5,000,000 00.
Dividend to Jan-CaKy 1st, 1S57
Dividend cf 1867, 40 per cent. Cash.
rpIIIS LARGE DIVIDEND IS VERY
i gratifying, and assures the Polict hold
ers that they will, in this carefully conductd
company, obtain insurance at the lowest cost
consistent witn tue safety of the insured.
SPECIA L FX A T URES .
Policies lion Forfeiting,
After one Payment.
Credit Given for pjrt rf
The JJrcmi"iii if Desired
Prompt Payment of Losses!
5?"" All classes of Life and Endowment
JK25 Important New Features in
Divdendx. and Modm of Insurance i
The following are examples of the opera
tions of the lat dividend. Policies issued
in lb6S only four years ago:
Amount Premium Added Total
Age. Insured. Paid. to Policy. Amount.
4o ?io,.tOO fl.SiSO $3,."i72 lS,h2
35 S.OoO l,o.2 o,4S
SO 7.5'iO 73 2.7S ld.SoS
SJ- 7,000 51 Si-Wo 9,Si5
Thi is in entirely hew plan, originating
with this company, atid gives insurers the
largess returii ever made by any company in
the same period. AH information, books;
blank Application, can be obtained from
C. !. FERRY, Agent,
103 Front st, Portland, Oregon.
Dr. A. D. F.U-is. I
Dr. W. II. WatkIxs. f Medical Examiners.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Having followed the above business
Sixteen Vear3, in
And San iranciscd.
I feel confident that I can ffive perfect sat
isfaction to all who may trust me with work.
Persons living at a distance from tbe city
can ootain ai: necessary information as to
i cast, etc.j oy anjresf.m :
J- Ai V- ETMORE. PlssU-rer.
Montgomery St., near 13th, Portland.
Keterence. uiackamas county :
J. C. Tecxlinger, Esq .."Oswego.
W- 1 '.' 1 L ..... r I I .
TCSTICE3' BLANKS, of every descrip
BEDlKQTOX db CO.'S COt.UHX
REDINGTON 6c CO.'S
Essence or Jamaica Ginger
rpHl3 Valuable preparation, containing
I a highly concentrated form all tbe prof
efties of ths Jamaica Ginger, has become
of the most popular domestic remedies for a t
diseases of the stomach and digestive organs.
As a tonic it will be found invaluable to st
persons recovering from debility, whethr
produced by fever or otherwise, for whilst
Imparts to the system all the glow and rig
that can be produced by wine or brandy, it
entirely free from the reactionary effects
follow tbe use ot spirits ot any kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for ferna.1
who sutler from difficult menstruation, giviag
almost immediate relief to tbe spasms that s '
frequently accompany that periott.
It gives immediate relief to nausea, caused
by sea-sickftess, etc. It is also valuable as
external application for Gout, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, etc. REDINGTON A CO.
27. It I Sole Agents for the Pacifie Ct-'.st .
" MARTHA WASHINGTON "
Trust none other, howe'er pleasant,
None can do what this has done
Try it always keep it present
Use the Martha Washington.
XT "WILL KEEP THE HAIR-
Soft and glossy Change It to
its Original ColorPrevent it
fulling out Make old headtf
look young and do all that i
expected of a genuine, good
REDIXGTOX & Co., Agents,
Is the wonder of the world, and stand
above comparison with auy other article for
the hair ever brought before the public.
Utr fcold everywhere.
Are made from Fresh Pruit. EhcIi
bottle holds t wice as much as any othT
brand in the market, consequently tbey
re the cheapest and the best.
Use no ot Iter.
REDINGTOX ft C".,
Agents for the Pacific Coast.
y-HY W ILL YOU DELAY'
We are sorry that there are
persons who suffer on day by dRy
month after month, and year by
year.when friends and neighbors
hato been cured of the same
malady that afflicts them. Now,
it his bech proved by substan
tial evidence that SCOVILL'3
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP
will cure tbe worst case of scrcf
uls, Canker, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, etc.; yet still there are
those who neglect this sure and
valuable remedy To such we
say try the syrup and be convinced.
REDINGTON A Co., Agents,
416 and 41S Front street,
If faithfully used according to directions
will cure every case of Diabetes, tid greatlv
mitigate the troublesome effects caused by a
relaxation of the Outlet of the bladder. i ir
a most successful remedy for gravel and othet
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and foi
Female diseases is unequalled.
The Cathoiicon uniformly cures I rolapsu
Uteri, Whites all irregularities of the Monti
ly period, suppression, incontinence of Urine,
Bloating, and Dropsical swellings, and all
diseases of pregnancy. The specific action of
this medicine ii imminent and certain, upon
the Uterine and abdominal muscles and Iig-
ments restoring them to as healthy a btutc
as those of childhood and youth, so that pa
tients who have used the Graefenberg Con-pn
nv s Ltenne Cathoiicon, cannot suihcu r.ii
express their gratitude for the relief a U'ordtd.
iiEDINGToN & C., AtiM.ls,
41S and 4.1 S Front street, San Fmncia
- . you. You liavo trt -il every tcaiwdy but tiie Or i
dfsinied, ly its iutnu.-io meiit. to sii.'rcUt 11
i'.ir ('reparations. It in not siirprifiaji oa shw.U h
v liu-tant to try Fouicihiii; cl r.rtcr the nnny t s
w'rimouis ym h.e'o niado of trashy oatpuauC
foisted oa tuo puoiio as a cerium cur. ; uut
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'.titte, bo-ding sml siri uciieumt wi i'- -C',s
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