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TOYX ASD tOV.TY,
Tf- Many of our readers this week get
more margin with their paper than is eith
vscful or ornamental. Others will get but
half a sheet. This is provoking, and wor
ries our good temper but it is wholly una
voidable. We bad a supply of paper on
hand that would have kept us through until
the Clackamas mill starts, but wo loaned ii
to the Orejonlan, and Mr. Pittock has been
disappointed in not procuring stock foi hi
cwn use, and the use of others we presume.
It is hoped that the mill will be able to meet
the demand next week.
Mr. J. D. Dement, an oUl time resident
Ore mn Citv. is dow on a visit to Lis
ricnus here from San Francisco.
The parties who agreed to deliver
wood at this office in payment of subscrip
tion, are reiajnded that time's up"' next
Persons who subscribe for the Enter
r::fSK, to be pent East, may rest assured
that we shall not send it in such wrappers
us thai used by the Washington Chronicle.
Elder G. W. Riiardson, and Elder
G. O. Unmet, will preach at the Court
House in this city, on the fifth Sabbath of
this mCfeth, August 30s h. I8(S.
Rev. J. Yv. Selhvood returned from
California by the last steamer, nnd will
hold sen See as usual St. rani's Church,
in this city to-morrow.
A lady could cross the river on the
falls at this city now. if she wore the latest
style of heels to her gaiters, and not wet
her stockings. The water is low, and the
grass very verdant.
The Success belongs in the lino of
the Car.emah Transportation Co. She lias
lunch more than filled the bill already.
Has reduced freights considerably, and
gone up to bring down more.
The track of oar city street railway is
about obliterated. Let it oblit the own
ers of it ought to be compelled to pay
taxes on it then maybe they'd move it
out of the corporation.
The coach cf Monday last was packed
fill and running over at the top. Mr.
C'has. Cai twrigiit. Hon. I. Ii. Jloores, Dr. .
l.enson. Clias. I'zai'ovi-ge, and others Nvere
ninong"t the j-ix'eea.
There is a man living in litis city who
M'iil more than reach his three score and
lea, at the rale he walks and woiks. There
is no use in a man hurrying through the
world so fast-ail will reach the end of il
eooner than they expect.
Our correspendent. A. A. S., need
lave no fears of New York losing anything
material just Kl present, even by r. prrju-eii-ftl
statement by a web-foot, of ladies
and things there. The letter would be
publtshe.!, but we have no room for it-
QiJge iitluek was taken suddenly
ill on the I7;h, soon niter reaching his
home from this city, and his friends felt
fe.iite aCaHned alv.ut 'iFm. V,'e are ghul to
learn lli.it he is improving.
11;. Oii r. To.l I has been appointed
by Ihe general M. ii. Conference of Oregon
to preach in Oregon Ciiy for the ensuing
-:ir. Rev. Mr. 'oTmor, vho has occupied
t': pulpit here f. r the vear past, goes to
It will b.'aeea that Mr. Selling wishes
llie "Id accounts upon his books closed ; ;
tii: is only an earnest of his intention to
continue trade on a cash basis, giving his
easterners more goods tor the same money
t!i:;a ever before. He will r.lso exchange
good for produce as in times par-it.
C.M.!For;;! A Mk:;;'m, Gazkttk. We have
received ;I:e August number of this peri
odical, j'.ubifh'cd by A. Kt.man &. Co. It
contains articles on the miasmatic dis
eases of California, on Cbopart's operation.
Ibc lU'nh'rndreatmenl of dysentery, rheu
matic iritis, and on a remedy for emali-
. , v. ..fr
Roys who are in the practice cf firing
lifj'.r arii'.lery on the bluff should bo re
minded that an existing ordinance recog
nizes no excuse for such amusements.
Ti-.cre is danger at a'.i timets ot injury re
Fulting from the discharge of a loaded gun
or pistol in that part, of the city. Some
one isQlways around, up there.
Tie Paris h'ypcdiion Circsu per
formed in this ciiy on Saturday evening
List to a $:;;)'.). (JO house. This circus isde
cidedly the best that Ik: 3 traveled in Ore
gon since we were an emigrant. The
muscular exercises and leaping were alone
worth the price of admission. We hope
they may come again.
The ce.se of J. C Trullinger vs. the
Oswego Iron Works Co., was decided at
Chambers, on the 17th, by Judge Upton.
We think neither party made anything by
g ing to law unless it was the Plaintiff,
both pay, each one half the costs. Now
it" tV.ey will toko our advice, they will go
about an amicable adjustment of affairs
revive business, and stop residents from
leaving the place. The building up of
Oswego is busted," unless they do.
We invite the attention of our read
ersh's week to the advertisement of
"cs-rs J. W. Lewis & V.'obiamot, respect
ing ploCs. No fanner should buy a plow
anyone, until he has seen thePfeilor
Yt'eb-Foo!. The former swept everything
the States, it took the first premium
:it Muttoon. when exhibited alongside of
plows on exhibition by the famous old St.
Joseph Iron Company, an incorporation
which has manufactured and sold more
plows in the United States for the last
thirty years, than any oilier two compa
nies in the country. The Web-foot is a
p. '"'" invented by Mr. Lewis, and its des
tttiy is t0 govern'the plow trade.
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The suit against Geo. W. Wailing, Su
pervisor, was decided last week, bat as
Justice Bacon is absent we have only rly
ig reports of what it was. Mr Walling
'is discharged, and we lost a subscriber
1J7 the ction. Some men imagine that
there is a powerful " cliquo ' ia this city,
and that we belong to it There may be a
dozen cliques" here for all we know,
u'tt nut one that we know of. and so far
is oar connection with any of them is con
cerned, when so charged it is false. It is
often the case when adverse opinions are
fcehl by panics that this " clique " is
brought to our notice but no cliqtie work
is ever done here to our knowledge.
Intelligence reached this city on
Wednesday of the loss of an infant daugh
ter of Mr. S. Ackerman, at Eugene City.
The parents had left her3 on Alondiy
for a visit.
The Pioneer and the Clackamas Ease
Ball Clubs meet again once more in con
test to-day on the Geld of the latter, in
this city. The first nines of these clubs
ire the choice players of the Siate, and a
line time may be expected on this occasion.
There will be a quarterly meeting at
the M. II Church in ibis place, on the 22 J
and 23d inst., comuieucing on Saturday at
2 o'clock p. m. Services to be conducted
7 J?lT; J' F' Ivvre. r- E., -nd Rev. C.
il. iodd, preacher in charge.
On Wednesday last the steamer A'ert,
of the P. T. Co.'s line, was hauled out for
a thorough refitting, in this city. The
Senator has taken her place, and thus we
have but two steamers daily at present be
tween here and Portland. The Wtnal is
running in connection with the Success :
the Ain is undergoing repairs.
Trees grow remarkably fast in Ore
gon. Just below this ciiy is a dense
thicket of Cr trees, where ten cr fifteen
years ago was almost a prairie. Fences,
built there by the pioneers, are now so
nearly Lid by the forest that they can with
difficulty be seen, and to get to them one
must cut his way through.
Heavy fires are now raging in the
forests of Oregon. The very air seems
suffocating with smoke at night. The
hugest one that we have witnessed is that
in this county below the Clackamas, near
the Pinearson farm. On Sunday night
the region thereabouts seemed to be - red
If every tannery in Oregon would do
as good work as that of Mr. Arms'rong. at
Miiwaukie. there would be fewer ship
ments of hides to California. There is
not. nor can there be. any better quality
of leather made, than that produced by
Mr. Armstrong. We wuh onr exchanges
would note this fact, and let makers of
harness, saddlery. e!c know that Clacka
mas county defies competition in this line.
We have received the mini: res of the
annual meeting of Congregational Convo
cation, held at Forest Grove in June.
This church at Oregon Ciiy is without
regular mirii.-trations by any minister of
the order, but the members sustain weekly
prayer meeting, and keep up their Sab
bath School so efficiently thai other schools
have been established in neighboring set
tlements. Several of our fellow townsmen took
their departure for Victoria on Saturday
last. Among them were J. L. Carlow. J
-I. Bacon, and C. Greenmaa. They went
by the Oregon steamer of Jacob Kamm.
Esq., the Geo. S. Wri'jht. If they ascend
Mount Baker during their tour, or catch
any co.RlsIi. we shall hope to give an ac
count of the proceeding.
air. Benj. E. Hancock, superinteuuer.t
of the Portland and Mihvaukie McAdam-it'-ed
road, informs ;:; ihat no person is
overcharged at the ferry ct Mdwaiikie
nuiess they come after the boat has stop
ped running for the night, and then only a
sHg!.t ad vaice is added to tin,1 regular
rates. At present the boat runs from C
a. ?.t. until S r. ;,t. The ferry is no trouble
to us : if it is to arty oilier person, they
can make complaint to Mr. Hancock..
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An analysis of water brt'ttght to this
city by Judge Cau field, from springs on
the place of Mr. Withoit. about 0 miles
distant, has attracted our attention. The
water was thought to be soda. I.-r. Par
clay's analysis shows the principal constit
uents to be chloride of sodium, and chlo
ride of calcium, constituting a healthy
tonic. Mr. J. G. Campbell, of this city,
who has been to Saratoga Springs, has
tasted it, and he says fkat lu: doubts
whether any person, v.'uh their eyes shut,
could distinguish between it and the water
of ike celebrated Congress Springs ai
Saratoga. People ypend a great deal of
money ir. the E.it for the privilege of pro
curing this t'.ldr here it costs nothing.
When receiving packages by express,
the thought seldom enters the mind of any
one that Wells. Fargo &. Co. have a heart.
But they are not soulless their heart is a
large one ; and it is iti the right place.
We had occasion recently, in this city, to
know of the fact. A man came here from
the East with his family. Soon alter his
arrival his wife was taken sick ; then a
child; and he was almost driven to want.
His clothing, bedding, etc.. followed him
by express and in due time v.-as here
ready for delivery, but the charges were
far in advance of his ability to pay, and
Messrs. Charman Pro., agents of the
company, ventured to inform the chief
officers of the fact. This information was
weil received, and the poor man's effects
were delivered to him free of any expense
whatever, the company having paid a'l
advance charges, to lite am mat ot per
haps Sit) or $.;). It was a very kind act.
1 , s
Ask our neighbor to subscribe for
trie I' NTEKPtiiSE, beginning with Viel
Dve Cui.oi;?. One t tha ir.ost
useful and economical productions of the
present ngc is Howe & Stevens' system of
Fatr.ry Dye Colors, comprising till tlee staple
colors and the most exquisite tdiade-s ntir so
simple that nny one cu use liieni witii per
An OnitGON- Joct.nai.. Thousands of let
ters are written annually, to parties on
the Pacific Coast, asking for information
concerning that region. The Orfjin Cry
J-Sntvpriie, a weekly journal of :2 columns
:'A are contemplated was established
by D. O. Ireland in lsCtt, for the purpose
of paying special attention to the resources
of Oregon. 1 1 is published at Oregon Ciiy.
a. town of 1200 inhabitants, situated on the
Willamette river, destined to become a
second Lowell, or Lawrence, on account
of its natural water power, which is un
equalled in America. Is but ten miles
from the commercial metropolis of the
Slate (Portland). 3i miles from the Siate
Capital (Salem), and but four miles from
Oswego, one of the finest iron regions in the
known world. This Journal costs but ?3
per annum, or S- for six months, and to
any person wanting a knowledge of Ore
gon, it is invaluable. Try it.
E. C. IltELAXD.
J. F. JIII.I.EK. J- W. SUATTCCK.
J. F. BIILLSE ZiCo.,
MANi r vrTL-aEKS OF ASD PF.LEHS IS
Hoots suae! SSaoosJ
At the Orcfon City Boot and Shoe
Store. Muhi street.
THE BEST SELECTION
Of Ladies'. Gents', Boys', and children's
Bots acd hc5 oa band or c::d3 to order.
Vi!!:lm.n r . -T - . -
Meets every Saturday evening, at the" rooms
tvh. corner of Mara and Filth streets, at 7 1 -o
o clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend, liy oider of W. C. T.
Oregon Lodge Xo. 3, I. O. or O. F
.Spi-,Mi;ets everJ" Wednesday evening
pSvat 7 o'clock, ia the Masonic Hall.
'--i,nv Members of the order are in
tued to attend. By order . G.
Multnomah L-wige r;. 1. A. I ', sin
A. T'l.- Holds its regular eommuni
cations on the Tint and Third Su
from the ii-ah of .September to tlieiuli u
'"""'i '"' j ' T " eiueiv irom irie ot l.ircti
to Hip io'.h of .September. Brethren in good
standing are invited to attend.
By order of -yV. jr.
MACE & HATCH,
ihe patronage of those desirincr Firtt Class
Oj..erat:us, is i e.soectfiuiy solicited.
.SHii5.fiit.-imi! in ii.il cases guaranteed.
N. B. XUrOUA (.lld'fi :(!.. iir.wt..,.u. I f,.v 1,
Painless lixtractiuu' d' Teeiii. A! : the
I'hjiene Sui used fur ft
Of fick Corner of Washington and Front
i uriiiiuu. i-u:rance oil ashii!irti..n
.Van ii att ax, Kr.nsas, April 17.
Msr?. Perry JacU d' on:
Ueur'eiiieii 1 wsmt to say a little more
ahust the Jiiin Kilier. I consider it a very
valuable medicine, ativl al-.vuvs kti-p it on
hand. I iutve tiave!cd a great denl since I
have been in Kans.ts, and never without tak
ing it with me. in toy practice I used it
fieely fur the Asiatic 'Cholera in ISi?, and
with better success than with any other med
icine. 1 also used it here fur Cholera iu iilo,
with the saiiie good i exults.
A. HUNTING, M. T).
"I regret to say that t be Cholera
has prevailed here of late 1o a fearful extent,
tor I he last three weeks tioin ten to fifty or
sixty f'aiiil Cases each day have been report
ed. I should ndil thai .the Pain Killer sent
recently from the Misioii House, has been
usM with considerable success Harinjj this
epiden.ic. I! taken it season, it is gcticraliv
tllectual in flieckinu- the disease.
Klv CilA.S. IiAUDl.XG, holapore, ladia.
XJ'L CiA L NOTICES.
Dr. E. Coo;:rN r:;;vc-.ii! T;iirfic
BALM A great Family Medicine, "it is a
sovereign remedy fur
15 ' j'tlicj 3a.
And kindred diseases of the throat, nnd un
- quailed in the care of I'yscntcry, Diarrhea.
Cholera, Choiic, Cholera Morbus', and
rtv;-r 1 A -ise,
Neuralgia, Bheuto itism, Colds, Toothache,
Burns, t-;! Bruises, Ac, ttc., ai o ut
once rcdieved by its tbeelv use.
Ti :ty a. Vi g; t : Isle Fit jnraslin,
3T" None srenuine without signature of
W. It. STRONG.
PIIDINGTON A CO.,
jy!3 Cm) Solo Ageuts.
iSTAIl OF Tl I E l IN JM
j CELEBRATED ;
i Thcifl .ti-tiei.ire Cr..fl,.!. I:t nl.al T -
aijl -, Mid !nc ficta. iucclsol and viy huritnl ii.g!-
I 'iV-,. , i V-'"t w.ic w! a rti'ft r.;-i'rnl.te
i i ! o pii ;.t -s r. w.h .!isi-i.oi:s r. . i-.. !'-m!!. it- J
1 'nt 'i If it S it !,;:! r-. lilrlr f In fe l!l:'iM '.-y
1 nnc'' k 1.-." . L'-r-'in'l l',r '.vets. . i:, , j-s P-
foftilcuiuitre. A. Ft- N it t i I '! v. J
' ',. ..ru-rr:.;;: .
"-'- ? T ....., c. .. . ,.. ,v ,
SWISS CT0EIA0H BITTERS.
The best runner of the Elood !
A 1 'ieiiMiii t Ton ic !
A Very Agreeable Drink!
Unsurpassed for doting surely but
gei.tly on i!ie secret inns of lie kid
neys, bowels, stomach and liver!
For sale at ai! wholesale and retail liquor
drug, and grocery stoics.
ay.) i: o t r sno ul n he wit no ut it
J. G. Fitiscn, Proprietor.
Tai'lor & Ijevokl, Sole Agents,
nt.ly) 4ia (;iav si., San Francisco
iSimitia Shnilivus Curantur.
v.i v. riiK'n ?s'
HOnS DPil Til L C SPECIFICS
HAVE PROYLH. FROM THE MOST
ample expci i- nee, an entire success:
Simple Prompt - I'.tiicieitt and lie liable.
They are the ooly Medicines perfectly ad ipt
cd to popular ue ; so simple that mistakes
cannot be made in using them; so hnrmiess
as to be fi ee from danger, and so eliioietit as
to be always re'eibie. They have ruised the
highest tomnic ndat ion from all, ucd will al
wavs render satisfaeiton.
( The billowing No's arc each 20 cts.)
1, " Fevers, Congestion, InCrttnations,
'J, " S' ovms, Wer.n fever, woi :n ColiC,
" Cn inir-colie. ot- teribinot intants,
4, " liiiiri l.ce.i, of child: cn or adults,
o, " Dysentery, gripinjr, biiltous coiic,
f, " t'lioiera nioitjus, votnititig,
7, " Coughs, colds, bronchitis.
5, " Neuralgia, toothache, f.ieeache.
t), " l!eadaci:es, sick beadaehe, Vertig",
10, " 1 lyspepsia. billions stoiiiiieli,
11, " tSui.pre-iSf d, or painful periods,
VJ, '' Whites, too profuse pel iods.
It'-, " Croup, cough, diiiicuit breathing.
14, " Salt Uiieiim, erysipelas, eruptions,
1-". " Klieuniatism, rheumatic pains.
All tho above are put up in vials, with di
rections eoiiTaintiig double quantities each,
for eO cents.
The f.'ih.wing arc also put up in vials and
are sent at the rate of oo tents per No.
Irt, " Fever Acue. chid fever, agues,
17, " J'.ies, blind or bleeding,
1, " t)t ib.i'my, and soie or weak eyes,
p.-, " Catarrh. "acute or ehi onic.inflnentta,
Ho, " Wiiooping-congh. violent coughs,
Jl, " ' . sthimi, oppressed breathing, ;
ir', ; Far dlseiiai es, impaired heal in,
itv, " Scrofula, enlarged glands, swel lings
J-t, ' Jeneral debility .physical weakness
.-. " DrnrtRV and scanty seen lions.
iJ " Sea siekness, sicktiess front riding,
"7, " Kidn y-iUseae, grave!,
25 " Nervous debilitv, seminal emis
sions, involuntary dischaiges,l UO
CO, " Fore i loutii, canker,
,"o, " Uiii iiry V-'eaknss. wettin.' bed,
SI " I'liiuiu! I'Criods, with stiasms,
A '' ' Suderins ;it c'nange of life, $1 0'"
Kptlesv, spasms, st. vitus dance, I v)
Liptiieria," ulcerated sore throat,
Of S." to C large vials, r.iorrocco or
rosewood case, containing a spe
cific for every ordinary disease a
family is subject to, and books of
From sdO ti SOo
Smaller Familv and Traveling cases,
with 'V to -J- vials from to 5
Speeitics for all Privrtie Diseases,
both for Curing and for Prevent
ive treatment, iu viais ami pocci
..52 to ?5
Sore Throat. Sprains Toothache, Earache.
V..,,.-,t,ri i.M.,..,:ri:if ism. I.u in baiTO, Plies,
! oils, Stines, Sora Eves, U'.ee. ting of the
lain us Nose, Stomach, or ot Pilei ; Coins,
Ulcers, Old Sores.
Price ; oz. 5 cts.. Tints ?l.fo .Quarts 1 .7 o.
These remedies, except PON V n t.V
TRACT, by the case or smgl.J box. arc sent
to any pal "t of the country, bv mail or ex-l.res-.
trea of charire. on l-dceipt ot the price.
Address ll'jirtphny penriv Ifmtenputflic
J'e-jii'irte Company, othce and uepot, .Nu.
Broadwav. New York.
Dr. HuMcnuKYs is consulted daily nt his
ofhee, personally or by letter, as above, for
all tonus ot disease.
For :-ale by all druggists.
TUSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
J tion. lor sale at tho Entep.frise; office
IIEUSTON, HASTINGS & CO.
AT. E THE
PniCE AND olAUASTEE,
The largest i'nd most vari d stock of Gen
tlemen's Clothing, Furnishing Goods
Trunks, Bags ami V.dises, on the Pacific
Coast. Every art ie!e sold, beinir of our own
manufacture, is guaranteed. Having con
tracts direct with 1 uropean and Ameiican
Manufacturers of piece goods wo thereby
eltect a saving of fully fo percent, in whole
sale dealers proiits and are thus able to offer
superior Goods at less than second-rate
Having ngents in London and Paris we
introduce the new sHles in Sau Francisco
simult.-.neousl v with their appearance in
CG0233 HADE TO 0EDES.
For the accommodation of such as may de
sire, we have secured the services of a cele
brated European cutter, and are prepared to
make up piece goods in a style superior to
any other house on the coast, Shirts, Tics,
Collars, etc., inudc to order at short notice.
Goods forwarded by Express to any nart
of tho Pa.ci!ie Coivst on receipt uf orders and
measures ; send for direciious for measure
ment. MASTS 2 OS
Licir. norsr: rti.ee rz,
nov?) SAX FRANCISCO.
M ISC EL L A JVEO US.
VI. F. KIGHFIELD,
Established since 1 S-19. at the old stand,
Mux Stkeet, Orcgox Cut.
An assortment of Wiitehes. Jew
elry, and Seth Thomas' weight
Clocks, nil of which are warrauted
to be as represented.
Lepai; niirs done on short notico,
pind t it an k fill for past f.ivois.
A. J. M JMtOC. W. A. K. MELI.EX.
Drnters in CuHforui't, Vermont, and
Itat'utn JiLnLlet, Oh::'is!:s, Jonu
7;:aits, Heart and Eon' aloncs,
Salem On no ox.
Mantles and Furniture Marble furnished
to order. j
FIsix Seed. Wsaiafed!
E. E. CHATFIEID,
Firxt'st.. Porilnid, if post tr the
Wi'tslrrn flotrl. Will pay
Highest Cah I'rircs for J'lut Seed I
Y 1 L L A M F. T T
imn works mm?hM i
rrfrr"w' Noiili Front ttod K sts.,
SSS Portland. Oregon.
fro 22 F'ossssIers,
EOjLER BUI LDERS.
''piIESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
,S. bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and cllicientiy.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex-
erience on this coast for fifteen years jjivi-s
iipi a tiioiduirti Knotvleir ot me various
kinds of machinery required for mining and
milliiiff purposes. We a'-e creparcd to exe
cute orders for ail classes of machinery and
boner woi ks, such as
MINING AND .STEAMBOAT MACHINERY .
FLOCKING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! ! MINING PUMPS ! !
CaTC, &C, &C..
Jfant fact frs and- Hcrair jl i filler y of all
kin.i. L'lOX SHUT J Fit WORK at Sin
i,elco '(..'( and fi-tiijht. WLedcr d tian-
daWs I'atent Crindcr 7. Aiii-it'jumufor.
inuoHir and Weren't Adjiftti,j I'attnt
I'lxton- rui'kina. either . i to oil or wip
xfeain cylinder. Q-ntrtz Stampers, Shoe and
-, tne. I txt luird '.run. y.ll
EstublisPiment of J.
HAS BEEN REMOVED
To Xo 1 0 1 Eron t st., corner of A Her
Carter's X( W Building, Portland,
In Chas. Woodards Drvy Store
.iT' Where he will be readv to attend to
all manner of workmanship in his line.
atcnes and .It; weir" repaired in tns most
workmanlike manner. J. D. MILLhu.
Pioneer Bock Bindery.
OREGON I A K BUILDING,
?o. 3 Wadiingloii Street,
CLANK BOOKS RULED and IfoCND to
anv desired pattern.
.MUSIC liUUK, .MAlJ.i4l.W,
PAl'EHS. Etc.. bound in every variety of
srvlc known to the trade.
Orders from ttie country promptly at
7 LOWE US !
TJeins Bcrei.t for the celebrated nursery
of IL .MILLER. Milwaukee, 1 am prepared
oupplv orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
it lLa.VUrr,-prices ,,. m,.,.ER.
O 1 ICE.
.ii r. 1-nnwmT themselves indehte'd
tothe 'iindersi-rned will please call and settle
U.r account CARLOW t FULLEli.
Orcgrn City. July 3, IS'i?.
Will be ferved at the Lincoln Baken
until further notice. L. DILLEE, Prop i
F. 0PIT2, PSGPSIETCIly
FIRST STREET, PORTLAND,
Bet. Washington and Stark sis.
ALL KIXE3 AND QUALITIES OF
D1IEAD, CAKES AND PASTRY
V'i!l always be sold below San Francisco
prices. All oiders promptly attended to.
OREGON 11 VKEIiV,
First at., I'ortUtnd. Ortnon.
v. a. Ai.or.icir. j. c. mekp.ill. john m csaem
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
,4 GENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
liawniian and Oi egon Packet Lines.
Inrporters ct San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Coil'ce,
Rice, and I'ulu.
Agents for Provost's A Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, Pickles and Vinegar.
Dealers in Hour, G ; air , Bacon, Lard A
Fruit, Lime, Cement and Plaster.
Will attend tothe Purchase, Sale cr Ship
ment of Merchandise or Produoe in New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland.
ALDUICH, .ME KM ILL A CO.,
NTos tr'o.t and 20o California Street,
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL A CO..
I'i North Front Street. Portland.
HATS. J M&TS,
MEUSSDOltFFER a BRO
Jii) vfactin'trg and Importer of,
An i Wiiules.ile and Itcidil Dealers in,
And HATTER'S HATEPJAIS,
No. 72 Front street, Poithmd Oregon.
Arc receiving, in audition to their extensive
stock, by every steamer, ail the latest styles
of New- York, Londoo and Parisian taste, for
gentlemen's and children's wear, which they
will sell cheaper than any oilier bouse on
the Pacific coast.
P. S. ILits of every style and description
made to order, also neatly repaired. 1 3y
Jsliii IJestar, Architect,
OFFICE IX CAUTFICS BUILDIXG,
Front St., Portland Oregon.
IJasii'tfi HoiixC, Jlalls, Churrhcs,
Tenements, Cottages, Suburban
Jiesideiiff s. and
ALL DrtSCr.lf'TIOXS OF llltlCK AND FRAME
Buildings Designed and Planned
With accuracy, and scrupulously and faith
fully superintended. Oivuers' interests
i E I E D S
O Jk 33 rX"
AND PAPER HANGING
BEO LEAVE TO INFORJI THE
public that we have
Removed to the Tine Store No. 9
Front street, Poi tland,
Formerly occupied by
Mi-sirs, (lohsi, Lion & Kaufman
Where we shall now open our latest impor
FLOOR AND T A TILE
WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS
CORNICES AND BANDS,
And ail goods in the
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY LI2-JE !
"We Impart owr (Soois Ilivcct from the
East, jik1 sIl ut less l!sni Sun
No. SO Front street, between Alder
S.".) and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
Sixteen Years iu Oregon.
S, j, Fl 3 0 0 B ri i G I5
Ticuc-cr Eock-eHer and Publisher
Of this State, desirc3 to inform all his old
cutnniers (nnd as rr.anv new ones as may
not be acquainted witii the fact) tuat tic still
continues to operate st the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland.
(exactly ofposite mount hood)
Where be is prepared to furnish
IXSTRUCTIOXBOOKS for all kinds of
ciintcii 3it"ic iconics.
CASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
M I SC ML LA N EO US BOOKS,
And every other article in the above line
TIIS BEST SELECTIQII
Ffl And largest assortment of
Yfr Ladies' Gents', Misses'. Boys'
BOOTS and SHOES.
Can be had utthe PHILADELPHIA IJOOT
AXI SHOE STORE, Xo. 112 Front street,
Portland, opposite Walter Bro. Carpet U.re,
where new goods of the latest styles are re
ceived by every steamer, direct from the east,
enabling us to sell cheaper than- anv otrier
etore in ths city. KAST A CAU ALIN.
112 Front street, Portland.
CUAS. HODGE. .CHAS. Z. CALEF. .GEO. -W. SXELL.
HOEGS, CALEF & Co.,
DRTJG-S and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, ASD WINDOW GLASS,
FA nXISIIES, J3I2 USIIFS, PA IXTERs
Materials, ana. uri agists' Sundries.
Cr Front Street,
5"'.) Portland, Oregon.
KUF.6REN & SHINOLER !
First street, corner of Salmon,
IMTOr.TEnS AXD MASUFACTCllEnS OF
Parlor, Bedroom, Bin ins: room, Ojyice
and Lbrary Furniture !
Pure curled Hjir, Eureka hair, Aloss
Pulu, Wool and Straw Matrasses,
Spring Matrasses of all descriptions
On Hand and Mads to Order.
We are constantly adding to our already
Iarse stock, and purchasers will hud a most
to select from. N pains will be spared to
do justice 10 our patrons, both us to prices
and quality. We have a largo stock of case
goods, such as
Walnut Bedroom sv its !
Imitation Maple f
Oak and Rosewood suits!
Arm, Dining, and Wood seal chairs
"WE SI TPLT DEALERS ASD MERCHANTS
Receiving orders from the country at ths
lowest rnici.s !
2?.) HURGREN A SIIINDLER.
t. A. CODA11D. J. It. LAKE.
QGD&RD & LAKE.
JVos. 114 and 1 10 Second street,
cor. Morrison, Portland.
Il-.iv.ing Rought out uik Refuted
liver) , Sale and Feed Stable
Are now prepared to receive all the old
customers, and as manv new patrons as may
see lit to give us a call we will give
Particular attention to Farmers stock
We are satisfied that we can give entire
satisfaction to on: friends and the public
and we shall do so,
OCR LIVERY IS ALL NEW !
riOTU AS TO
CAtOilAGES AND HORSES !
And ire shall take pride in turning out as
nice an outht. as any establishment on the
coast for tlie same money.
2 '.'" We will also be prepared to nt Y all
me good noises that come to tins maixet, at
bel ter prices than anyone else can piv, as
we have a connection below superior to any
other parties iu Sau Francisco, in tljis hue
of bimiie.-s GODAltD &. LAKE.
PLUUSiXC, GAS & STEA7J
Xo. HO First Street PortltSn'J
Hoi Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washslcr.ds.
Sheet Lead and Block Tin,
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELBOW, EETURX BEXDL
X IP PIES, BUSHIX'JS, d-c,
fur Steam, Water and Was.
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages . Whistles
Tallon Pumps, Steam Guages, Globe,
Anglo, and Check Valves, Guage
Cocks. Air Cocks, and all kinds
ot Brass Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, Ac.
Hotels, public buildings, and private resi
dences heuted with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens generally to call and ex
amine my stock, w hich has been selected
with great care, and especial attention giveu
to the vvantsof this market.
C. H. M VERS.
ESTABLISHED j ESTABLISHED
157. 1 17.
ITo. CO First street Portland
Wholesale and Kctnil Dealer in Garden.
Grass anil Flower Seeds !
All Seeds from this Establishment are
Warranted Fresh and Genuine.
Foreign and Domestic Dried Fruits and
Foreign and Domestic Green do do
Vegetables and Fruit racked Kith care for
NUTS Pea-nuts, Brazil-nuts, Wal-nuts, Fil
berts and Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bought expressly for family use.
JW All of which is offered for cash at
nnh nri"f5. Orders solicited.
No. CO First St., Portland, Oregon.
O- J. 3L. 33 !
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
Win. T. Shaiialian,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
47 US 1 CA L INS TR UM F.NTS,
FINE EN Gil A VINGS.
THE FINEST ANT) LARGEST STOCK
of Engravings, Cromos. Plain and col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before otic-red
in this market, just received and tor ea.e at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Vietcs of Columbia River Scenery
Constantly on hand.
AGEXT FOIt BKADUURT'a CELEBRATED
Gi-snacI Scale I'lsisaos 2
Winch have giveu universal satisfaction,
and which be guarantees to seil at San i ran
ZT Special attention given to f-aming
Photograph Engravings, etc.
gT"Mr. Shanahhn, formerly 0f x. Koh
lpr's. pstablishment. San Fr,-.icisco. will at
tend to tuning and repairing Pianos, Melo-
deons. and all
11 kinds ex Jiusiortl Juetruinents.
Pianos for Rent,
JAMES L. DALY,
G EXER A L AG EX T,
Office No. 104 Front street, Portland,
Will give f pecial attention to Collecting
md adjustment of accounts, bills and notes';
Negotiating Inland bills; effecting loans;
mying, seh'ingand leasing real esta'te; house
enting, and to the general agency business
l all its branches.
OKEGON LEATHER !
The Best orj the Coast.
pjK7p Tlios. Armstrong,
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO IN
That he is prepared to furnish as cood and
durable an article of Leather as can be made
on the Pacific Coast, ut the following rates:
Harness Leather, per lb 5 to SO cents.
Extra heavy, for Concord S3
Skirting, perpound 3 to Z?. "
Belting, in the side Co "
' Cut, per square font, $1 00
Sidr, upper, " " " 1G to 20 cents.
Grain Leather " " " i g to 22 "
Light IJutt, or Grain for Wo
men's work IS to 20 "
Calf'Skins, per doz 30 00 to S-iO 00
RiP " " 40 00 to 60 00
Hridlc. per side 5 ;"0 to 4 00
'Jollar, per side 1 00 to 2 ?iQ
Lace Leather, per side 2 00 to 4 rQ
I do not think that Harness Leather
should necessarily be made in Santa Cruz, iu
order to stand the te-t of Our climate ;
Nor do I think that Relting. in order
to bear the strain of Oregon .Machinerv, must
be made in the Atlantic States.
ALL I ASK IS A
a i T- Cliance!
And I will prove, to the satisfaction of all
concerned, that Oregon Leather is the best
on the Coast
T" All orders will meet with prompt at
S6.lv) .Miiwaukie, Oregon.
FsaasalSy I jc Co2o?.
i'atentcd October ISth, 1S63.
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
Blitck, Dark Green,
Black Silk, Light Green,
Bark Blue, Muyenta,
Light Blue. Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Broum, Orange,
Dark Ermi'ii, Pink,
Light Brown Purple,
SnvJF Brrncn, Royal Purple,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab. Solferino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Yellow. Light Faxon Drab.
Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Dresses, Ribbons, GIovps, llonnets,
ILits, Feathers, Children's Clothing,
And all Iili:c!s of IVoai-Jni; Api;ael.
A Saving of Efg-hty per Cent.
For 25 cents you can er.lor as many goods
as would otherwise, cost five times that sum.
Various shades can be produced from the
same dye. The nrocess is simnlc. and anv
one can use the dye with perfect success.
Ditections in English, French and German
outside of each package. ,
HOWE t STEVENS,
For sale by Smith & Davis Portland, and
by Lell & Parker, Oregon Citv. 21
Is wilJionl doubt ths most wonderful
EYE HEALER that has yet
been discovered '
It cures the most stubborn and hopeless
crises cf chronic Inllamations, Granulated
lids, films, itc, as 1ms been sufficiently dem
onstrated during the few months in whi"h
in which il has been brought into public no
tice. The proprietor is so fully convinced of
its infallibility that h.i warrants a cure, or
refunds the money. It can do the eyes na
harm, and a trial of it is therefore witt ut
injury or expense to the patient, if aturn is
not eifectCil. It has cured cases of five, six
axe, fifteen- and even
Eighteen Years'' Standing !
In Ifarrixlnirg and- vicinity, Linn Co., C'rci7c:i.
To w hich the following persons will bear
L. 15. Moore, Nathaniel Bell,
A. L. Wallace, G. Ii. Ward.
Mrs Montgomery, John M Ilolioway
W. D. Porter. ' Roo't Ramsey,
And Other Citizens.
5T Persons afflicted with the distressing
scourge of diseased eyes are advised to give
this remedy a fair trial on the "No cure, no
Pay," and no injury plan.
Prepared by Smith & Roach. Ilarrisburrf,
Oregon. SMI Til & DAVIS,
Gcncrr.l Agents, Portland Oregon,
To whom all oiders should be addressed.
fT For sale by ail Dtuggists. (29
LACOTJR & COMPANY,
MANUFACTURE aLL THE LIQUEURS
nnd Cordials of modern times, and
would especially call the attention of the
Public to their
(1st Premium awaited at the latp. State
Manufactured, as the name denotes, from
Sarsanai ilia and other healthy roots and
hubs', A CERTAIN BLOOD PURIFIER.
''The Elegant! "
Lntidv introduced, and the most celebrated
ot modern appetizers and pou.ixe ccfe, an un
doubted remedv for Dyspepsia and other
Stomach Complaints, it being composed of
tine French C'otrnac, distilled with Coffee,
Peruvian Bark, and other anti dyspeptic in
gredients, leaving the breath" sweet aud
An article equal to any Imported, and tirer.tly
superior to an- other manufactured in this
Sold by every rfspcctable Jobber and
Druggist on the Pacific Coast.
To guaid against counterfeits, be certain
that our trade maik (a Light House) is
stamped on cveiy case and package.
augS ! I" L.VCv,t;il S; CO,
Is hereby given that heir-' ,
been duly appointed exec-' , f "cd ,bas
of Thomas Learv de- (.,W5 V, C,
Judge of the Cu. ff 1 I'0"
... mat- y Court ot Clackamas
couin , riaie o wr, . ,
Oregon. All persons hav-
lined to m- -;ttinst cm n,e he'ebv o-
hP nnP v'sent lhc,n Pr"Pe-ly veritied, to
the und ..-signed, at lhe office of
J-'.nson 4- Mc Colon, in Oregon City.
.viackamas countv Oreiron within .i,l
iioiu ,ne nine 01 mis notice. Ail persons
owing said e.tate are requested torm.ke im
mediato payment. RfcBECA LEARV
Executrix of estate ot Thomas Leary
Oregon city, Aug. 3. Is63 42.4tJ decea-ed.
JOU PKINTIXC4 SE.VTLY EXKITT
ed at the ENTERPRISE OFFICE.
STEAM NAVIGATION C0.JS
BOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL leard
Portland as follows:
FOR DALLES CITY : DAILY,
(Sundays excepted,) at 0 o'clock a. m.
FOR UMATILLA AND WALLULA:
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
At 5 o'clock a. m.
Retttrning, leato Wailula on Mondfty
Wedaesdaj ii Friday, touching at Umatilla;
Monday and Friday, at G o'clock a. vti
FOR MONTICELLO :
Daily, Sundays excepted,) Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday, at G a m.
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday
at 7 o'clock a. in.
ZT" Boats for the transportation of stock
in readiness when business otters.
J. C. A INS WORTII,
President O. S. N. Company.
Now York, Japan & China,
Will be dispatched as follows :
Leave wharf corner of First and Brannan
streets, at 11 o'clock a. m. of the following
dates, for Panama, connecting via. Panama
R. R: with one of the company's splendid
steamers from Aspinwall for New York, oa
Tlic GJli, 14tli, f-3.l ami 30!ii,
OF EA C II M O N T II!
Steamers leaving PanFrancisco on the 14th
and 3uth touch at'Mauzanil'o. All touch at
Acapuico. Departure of the Glh connects
with English steamer for Australia. Depart
ure of the Hth is expected to connect with,
the French Trans-Atiantio Co.'s steamer for
St. Ni'zaire. end English steamer for South
America. Throngh tickets can be obtained.
Departure of Uih is expected to connect
with English steamer for Southarnpton.South
America, and P. R R: Co.'s steamer for Ceu
tral Amenca. Through tickets can be bad.
STEAMERS FOR AUGUST, 1503.
The following Steamships will be di3
patched on dates as followa:
August I-ith Montana, Capt iavalry, con
necting with Ocean Queen, Capt. King.
August aad- ConxtUtthn, Capt Comstock,
connecting with Riaimj Star, Capt Conner.
August 2(th Colorado, Capt Lapidge, coa-
nccting n-itii Arizona, Lapt jlaury.
tW Passengers berthed through. Pag',
gage checked through. 100 lbs. allowed to
each adult. An experienced surgeon on
board. Medicine and uttendar.ee free.
These steamers will positively sail atJlQ
o'clock. Passengers are requested to have
their bf.firage on board befoie ten o'clock.
trzf" Through tickets to Liverpool by the
Cunard, Inrnan and National steamship lines
can be obtained at the P. M. S.S: Co.'s ollice
in Saul-'raneisco, where may also be obtained
orders for passage f rom Liverpool or South
ampton to San Francisco, either via New
York or St. Thomas if desirrd an amount
of 10 or -2j will br advanced with ttm
above orders, lioiiters of orders will be ra
quired to identity themselves to the Agents
For merchandise and freight for New York
and way ports, apply to Wells, Fargo & Co.
No Freight received alter 2 p. m. of tho
day :rior to departure.
ZZ-T The steamship CHINA, Card. E. W.
Smith, will be despatched on TiiesLiv Sept.
1st. at 1'2 o'clock, noon, tor YOKOIdAMA
and HONGKONG, connecting with the COS
TA RICA, for SHANGHAI,
For passage and ail other i a format Ion. ap
ply at the P. M. S.S: Co.'s cilice, corner of
Sacramento and LeidesdorfT sts.
OLIVER ELDRIDGE, Agent.
X crili American S. S. Co.,
Lower Rates than Ever!
To Mew York, via Panama I
Passevgers Berthed Through !
The Nebraska will sail Sept. 5th.
The Nevada sails Sept. 19lh
Tickets to ret urn good for six months
At Extremely Low Rates !
Steamers of this Company will hereafter
touch atManzanillo each way. Freights aud
passage at reduced rates.
Passage tickets to and from Liverpool,
Queenstowo, Hamburg, Kotterdam, Antwerp
Copenhagen, Christiana and Gottenberg, by
the Liverpool and Great Western Steamship
Company's staunch and elegant Iron steam
ships, at unusually low rates.
Passage from Bremen, Southampton and
Havre, by first class steamers of the North
German Lloyds, at reduced rates.
One hundred lbs. Bag gags free.
An experienced Surgeon on boarel.
Medicines and Attendance free.
For further information apply to
I. W. RAYMOND, Agent
N W cor. Pine and Battery &ts., up-stairs,
-tdl San Francisco
iToElE MADH s
Levy & Fechiieimer,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Furcits"
TAKE Till, METHOD ' p TNMtv
the public that th- vUt 1FORMI0
a larze invoice of havc nQW on hand
.QL ARi; t;D EXTExrSI0N TABLES,
And varioun other Qualities of Rich
and Medium Furniture t
Forming a complete find desirable assort
ment, which merits the attention of buyers
We H AlfDT ACTTJB.E FUKKITUKE
Using good materials, and employing tba
very best mechanics in the State, hence we
can warrant our goods to be us represented,
and we are prepared to fill all orders witU
promptness. . ...
Sr We call the attention of the public
to'our salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment of desiralU goodsin tne
State. X.EVY St KECIIIIEIJrER.
A.5.3yj Main etreot, Oregon Ci