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The Curse ot O'Kelly, tlic Celeljratrd
Irish Harper, on the Town of Pon-
e tulle, of the County CorJc, Ireland.
Alas 1 hew dismal is my tale
I lost my watch in Doneraile;
My Dublin watch, my chain and seal,
Hlfered at once in Doneraile.
May fire and brimstone never fail
To fall in showers on Doneraile ;
. Mav all the leading fiends assail
The thieving town of Doneraile ;
As lightnings flash across the vale,
So down to hell with Doneraile ;
The fate of Pompey at Pharasale
Be that the curse of Doneraile;
May beef or mutton, lamb or veal,
Never be found m Doneraile ;
But garlic soup and skurry Kale,
Be still the food for Doneraile ;
And forward as the creeping snail
Industry be at Doneraile ;
May Heaven a chosencurse entail,
On ragged, rotten Doneraile ;
0 May sun and moon forever tail
To shed their beams on Doneraile;
May every -pestilential gale
Blat that cursed spot, called Doneraile;
May no sweet cuckoo, thrush or quail
Be ever heard in Doneraile;
May patriots, kiijgs and commonweal
Despise and harass Doneraile ;
May every post, gazette and mail
Sad tidings bring to Doneraile;
May vengeance fall on head and tail
From north to south on Doneraile ;
, May profit small and tardy sale
0 Still dJmp the trade of Doneraile;
May fumes resound a dismal tale
Whene'er she lights on Doneraile;
May Egypt's plagues at once prevail
To win the knaves at Doneraile;
M55y frost, andnow, and sleet, and hail,
Benumb(3acl joint iu Doneraile;
O May wolves and blood hounds rave ancPtrail
The cursed crew of Doneraile ;
May (Scar with his fiery Sail ,
To atoms mash all Doneraile ;
May every mischief, fresh and stale,
Be visited on Doneraile;
May all from Belfast to Kinale,
Scoff, curse, and damn you, Doneraile;
May neither flour nor oatmeal
Be found or known in Doneraile ;
Olay want and woe each joy curtail
That could be known in Doneraile.:
May not a cofliu want a nail
That wraps a rogue in Doneraile;
May all the thieves who rob and steal
Their gallows in Doneraile ;
May all the sons of Grannaweal
Blush at the thieves of Doneraile ;.
O May mischief big as a Norway whale
O'erwhelm the knaves of Doneraile ;
May curses whole and by retail
or forth full force on Doneraile ;
May every transport, wont to sail,
A convict take from Doneraile;
May every churn and milking pail
Fall dry to stages in Doneraile;
May cold and hunger still congeal
The stagnant blood of Doneraile:
May every hour new, woes reveal
.That hell reserves for Doneraile ;
May every chosen ill prevail
O'er all the imps of Doneraile ;
. May the inquisition straight impale
t- The rapparees of Doneraile ;
May the curse of Sodom still prevail
And burn to ashe3 Doneraile ;
May Charon's boat triumphant sail,
Completely manned from Doneraile ;
Oh may my couplet never fail
; lo find a curse for Doneraile;
And may old Pluto's inner jail
Be almost filled from Doneraile.
NOTES ON AMERICA. No. 2
0 EY J. B. HOWARD, OF BEDFORD ENGLAND.
Agricultural Machinery. The
tillage of the land is so mixed up
with tne question of the implement
used, that what little8I have to say.
will be under .the head of "Agricultur
al Machinery." In England, as you
are all aware an enormous demand
has set in during the last 20 years
for improvecf agricultural imple
ments. This has mainly arisen from
a more correct appreciation ot the
value and advantages of good roa-
. chines. In America, owing to the
high rate of wages and the difficulty
pf obtaining an adequate supply ol
labor, agricultural machinery caicu
lated to save manual labor has been
an absolute necessity. Without the
reaping machine the crops could not
be harvested, and without the thresh
ing machine they could not be brought
to market). Hence the trade in agr -cultural
implements has reached gi
gantic proportions. From inquiries
1 made I found that at least 100,000
reaping and mowing machines are
made annually in the States. I
was there during the harvest every
where the reaper was to be seen go
ing ; the scythe or the sickle was
just us exceptional as the reaping
machine was in England 10 years
ago. The threshing machines were
very inferior to ours, though the
Americans were apt to think that
they were far ahead of us, and that
q ve were a very slow people : their
Q machines were almost exclusively
worked by horse power. One farm
er on the banks of Lake Ontario, who
had 10 horses yoked to his thresh
ing machine-, seemed much surprised
that in England we did all our thresh
ing by steam power. lie had never
heard of such a thing. The imple-
a ments of the farm, if wo except reaps
ers, are ot very inferior design and
built to our English machines. I
thought one great want in American
farming was the trood steerage drills
and horse hoes to follow. Io a
country where labor is so scarce and
O dear, the hoeing of the corn crop by
anjgpil power would be an immense
boon. The drills "are not made with
a steerage ; consequently, the drill
ing .rsr bad, rendering the use of the
horse boe impracticable ; and, as la
bor is so dear, in most cases the corn
and the weeds seem to be left " to
grow togetheruntil the harvest." To
a farmer in the n9rth of New York
State, on whose land I went to see
some reaping machines at work:, and
wncse barley was full of thistles,
said, " If that crop had been iu Eog-
land, we should have cut out tile this
ties." He replied it wouldnot pay,
adding he did not mind thistles, for
he always had a good crop of wheat
after. Nearly the whole of the im
plements are furnished with a seat
for the men to ride the idea being
to get more work ont ot the laborers.
1 found the prairie farmers very
desirous of having a good " gang
plow," as it is called, on which the
plowman could ride. I told them
if the men had e; sier work, it would
be at the expense of the horses. As
reaping machines are used, and in
consequence open furrows undesira
ble, the land is frequently plowed as
follows: A short ride is set in the
middle of the field, the plow is pass
ing not otdy up and down eftch side,
but a furrow is taken off in going
round at each end. By this means
the plow is always in the ground,
and the whole field plowed without
leaving an open furrow. A field may
also be commenced by plowing a fur
row all round, the outside and finish
ing in the middle. The American
farmer is not satisfied, as we are,
with one team plowing an acre per
day ; but expects from each team of
a pair of horses two acres to two and
a half acres. I rather doubted .so
much being done; but' was over
and over assured by both masters and
men that two acres and a half were
not at all an unusual day's work.
The furrows, I must tell you, are
over a foot wide none of your fancy
plowing -match style. The land is
also generally much higher than
our English soils, and the depth of
the plowing is, according to niv no
tions, very emuch too shallow a
fault not at ail uncommon on this
side of the Atlantic. Steam plows
have not yet been introduced. Sev
eral attempts ha-e been made; but
as ail the schemes have been with
engines to travel over the surface
after Ro main's plan no wonder
they have not succeeded. On the
prairies there would be no difficulty
in constructing machinery capable of
breaking up 20 or even 25 acres of
such land per day, and this with only
. HE ' " "
Washing Machines. Wsi. Zim
merman, Colfax, Iowa, takes hold of
litis subject in earnest. He contends
that it is not economical to have any
washing washed by hand or by a
machine, the power is friction ; and
that, as the machine has no instinct,
it washes the cleaner spots just as
hard as the dirty spots, and the gar
ment quickly gives way. When
washed by hand, the dirty spots are
washed quickly, and at once. A
washing machine never can give sat
isfaction till it will have sense enough
not to spend its strength in doing
work nobody wants it to do. Mr.
Z. adds that many ladies complain
that servant girls' often refuse to use
washing machines, because they learn
by experience that the going over the
clothes aftr being washed by the
machine makes the whole work-greater
than when they depended-alone on
the wash-board. Regarding wring
ers, Mr. Zimmerman looks on them
quite differently, and say's they are
a great help.
This is an important subject, and
deserves attention. Many men have
had similar experience. The reporter
of this paper once had a washing ma
chine which the boys used for a pow
er to churn with, finally, it was put . in
the barn, partly filled with straw, and
was quite useful for the hens to lay h.
A Delicate Dessert. Lay half
a dozen crackers in a tureen ; pour
on boilinr 'water enough to cover
them. In a few moments they will
be swollen to three or four times
their original size. Now grate loaf
supjar and a little nutmeg over them,
and dip on sweet cream enough to
makeA nice sauce, and you will have
a simple and delicious dessert that
will rest lightly on the stomach
and it is easily prepared. Leave
out the cream, and it is a valuable
receipt for'Viek room" cookery.
Shepherd Dgs In South Ameri
ca the shepherd dog drires out the
fleck, watches it through the day,
and returns it at night. These dogs
are said to be able to protect sheep
even from the lion. They are raised
in the following manner
young and before they have opened
their eyes a mother sheep 13 taken,
and is forced to let the young dog
suck. This is the way the dog is
raised, and the dog becomes so aN
tached to his stepmother that when
the sheen are added auain to the flock,
he (the dog) follows and defends the
Artificial Mixture For Busts.
Chloride of magnesium is convert
ible into anhydrous magnesia, which,
when soaked in water and formed
into lumps, becomes hard and trans
parent as alabaster. This if pulver
ized and mixed with an equal quan:
tity of powdered marble, forms a
substance which, after being pressed
into a mold and exposed for4. some
time to the action of water, is suit
able for statuary.
Magnet made of Iron Shaving?.
A new magnet of considerable
power has been introduced by M.
Grtiss, which is composed of the
long spirals formed by a chisel in
turning iron. He states that the
magnetism of these spirals is of a
very permanent nature. The end of
the spiral which the chisel first touch
es is in variably the south Dole.
Asl. your neighbor
for the Enterprise.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES!
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Crockery and Glassware
Provisions, Cutlery , Stationery I
Toljiicco, Yankee Motions, and all
lilnils of Country ProIwee I
At the old stand on Main street, two
doors below the Woolen Factory
Oregon City !
rpLlE PROPRIETOR bears leave to call
X the attention of his old friends and cus
tomers, as weil as new ones; to bis extensive
assortment of goods, suitable to the require
ments of this market :
Will findhim supplied wirh Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Shovels, Spades, and Hoes, Salmon, etc.
Will find Saws, Hammers, Nails, and tools
of all kinds'.
Will fici Mill-saws, Cross-cut-saws axes, etc.
Will find Dress Goods, Trimmings, Hoops,
balmcrals, shoes, and those beautiful buttons.
Will find. Toys, and EVER YBOD Y will find
something to charm the eye, to minister to
their wants, and afford them an opportunity
to spend their nionev to good advantage.
PAR TIC ULAR A TTENTTON
Given to the requirements cf the Country
trade. Ky facilities enable me to trade with
farmers on liberal principles. Please give
me a call, be ore purchasing elsewhere.
iyl) W"M. BARLOW.
npHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
.JL appointed by the Hon. County Court of
Clackamas County, Oregon, Executor of the
Es(ate of Alba Lyman deceased,
late f said county, all persons having de
mands against said estate are required to
present them, with the necessary vouchers,
to me at the office of Johnson & McCown, in
Oregon Citv, within six months from this
date. " JAMES P. CASON. Executor.
Oregon City, Feb, 16th, 1867.
TX COUNTY COURT, OF CLACKAMAS
l County, State of Oregon :
Final settlement in the matter of the es
tate of Joseph Antoini Zeigler deceased.
Marcus lleieherz the administrator of the
above entitled estate, having fild his
Final Account for Settlement,
thereof, it is ordered by the Court that Mon
day, the 1st day of April, A. D., 1SG7, (beir.g
the first day of the April term of said Court, )
be appointed for the final settlement of said
estate, and the hearing of objections to said
final account if anv there be. Bv order of
the Hon. W. T. Matlock, Countv Judge.
17.5) J. M. BACON, County Clerk.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
JL State of Oregon, for the Countv of Clack
amas. Action at law for the recovery of
A. G." Bradford riaintiff, vs. R. II. F. Mason
i'5 cent revenue stamp cancelled )
To B. II. F. llama Defendant : In the name
of the State of Oregon, you are hereby require-
to appear and answer the complaint
hied against pon in the above entitled action
in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Clackamas, and if you" fail
to answer said complaint by the third
Moruldi, the IS fh deiy, of March,
A. I). 1837, being the first day of the next
term of said Court, the Plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum of five
hundred dollars, (500 00), with costs and
disbursements of this action. By order of
the Hon. Erasmus 1). Shnttuck, Judge of
said Court. SEPTIMUS ItUELAT,
15:5) Atty for Plaintiff.
TN CIRCUIT COURT, FOR THE STATE
JL of Oregon, for the County of Clackamas
Action at law for the recovery of money only
John. X. Smith and Mary Smith, plaintilis,
vs. J. II. Martin, defendant.
50 cent revenue stamp cancelled.)
To J. II M-titin, Defendant: lathe name
of the State of Oregon, vou are hereby n
quired to appear and answer the complaint
hied against you, m tiie above entitled ac
tion, on the third
Monday, the lQth flap, of March,
A. D. 1867, and if von fail to answer said
complaint, the plaintiffs will take judgment
against you lor the sum of two hundred and
six dollars and seventy-five cents, $-2tiC, 75.
1(H), with legal interest on said sum from
the third day of October, A. D. 186-2, and for
the further sum 01 two hundred and sixty
three dollars and fifty-cents, f $-2G3 50-li'M.il,
with legal interest on said sum from the first
day of February, A. D. 18ti5, with costs and
disbursements of this action.
By order of the Court. S. IIUELAT,
14.6 j Attorney for Plaintiffs.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT of THE STATE
of Oregon fer Clackamas County.
R. xleodrie Pltff. t-s. John Forrest defdt.
Action, at Law.
To the defendant John Forrest, non resident:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you
are hereby required to -appear a 11 el answerthc
complaint, in the above entitled action filed
against you. on or before the first day of the
next term of said Court, afier six weeks from
the first publication of this summons, to-wit ;
0 11 lite th ird Mo u day hi Mi re h ,
A. D. 13G7; and if you fail so- to appear or
answer, the plaintiff wiii fake judgment
against you for ;S4r") l-2-lm, and interest, to
gether with costs and disbursements.
W. W. CHAPMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney.
February 8th, A. i). 1807. (16.6
N THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
Clackamas : In the matter of the estate of
j l nomas Johnson deceased Citation :
AO Matilda Ingaiis and B. Ingidls, Emma
Egarf and Charles Egan, Jacob Johnson and
Frederick Johnson, and to all other heirs
or devisees of said Thomas Johnson, de
ceased. In th.t- name of tlte State of Oregon : You
and each of you, are hereby cited to be and
appear in the County Court of Clackamas
County, State of Oregon, at the Court House
in Oregon City, in said County and State, on
The First Monday of April,
A. D. 1867, (being the 1st day of said month)
then and there to show cause, if any you
have, why certain real estate described in
the petition of the Administrator of said
estate, now on file in said Court, should not
be sold, to pay the debts outstanding agaiust
deceased, and the costs and expenses of ad
ministration. Said real estate being a cer
tain tract of land Ivmg ne5r Oregon City, in
said Clackamas county, containing about
I one hundred ( 100) acres, being the same pur
S chased by said Thomas Johnson in his life
j time, of the executors of the estate of W. C.
i Dement, deceased.
By order of the Hon. W. T. Matlock.Judge
of said Court.
Iu witness whereof, 1 have here
unto set my hand and the seal of
I. S.J the County Court of Clackamas
County, State of Oregon, at Ore
gon City, this 13th day of Febru
ary, A. I). 1S67.
17.4) J- M. BACON, Co. Clerk.
TUSTICES' BLANKS, of ovorv
. , ,
OREGON CITY- BUSINESS.
M MTV UN ED!!
OLD STAMPING- GROUND.
S. ' ACKEBMAN !
Wishes to inform his Old Friends,
and the-public generally that he
has returned again to Oregon
City, where has
JUST OPENED ONE of THE LARGEST
STOCKS OP. DRY GOODS !
Clothing ! Boots and Shoes !
HATS AND CAPS!
Also a large and well selected stock of
Please give me a call. No trouble to
pn will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
Charman & Warner's old brick store,
lyl) Main st., Oregon City.
K. B. All kinds of Produce bought.
Family Grocery Store
Nearly opposite the Enterprise Office,
Main street, Oregon City.
E. B. KELLY
IT AS IN STORE, IX GOOD ORDER,
1 arid for sale, the following articles
Coffee, Japan Tea, Chocolate,
Tea, Black Tea, Corn-starch,
Golden syrup, Green Tea, Oswego do.,
Sugars, Crush'd sngar,Satin-gloss do.
Salaratus, Pulveriz'd do., Chemical soap,
Packing salt, Coffee do., Castile do.,
Dairy sail, Lemon syrup, Fancy-toilet do
Table salt, ' Flarering ext. Candles,
Cooking soda, Kerosene oil, .Ground coffee,
Sal. soda, Olive do., Farini,
Rope, Clothes pins, Sardines,
Cora Meal, Cream tartar, Mackerel,
Brooms, Snuff, Cod-fish,
Valle Mills " G-Shooterballs,Shot,
Pacific sportngf-5hooter ' . White beans,
Yeast powd'rs, Vinegar, Buckets,
Washing " Cheese, Pails,
Liquorish, Borax, - Nut-megs,
Hominy, Rauins, Zante currents
Dried apples, Dried peaches.Soda crackers.
Blueing. Prunes Butter crack' rs
liice, MaecaiJfai, Blacking,
TOBACCO CANDIES NUTS
OF OF OF
All Kinds ! All Kinds ! Ail Kinds !
With the following articles a splendid
STEEL ENGRAVING OF
is obtained free gratis, with each article pur
Canned fruits, Oysters, Gj;. spices.
Cranberry see. Lobsters, Cinnamon,
Tomatoes, . English pickls, Cloves,
Pe'uches, American do., Ginger,
Green corn, Pepper sauce, Mustard,
Block rnatehes,Freneh mstardWorc'stershire
-c., te.jS ic.
23f Cash, and one price tp everybody. No
goods misrepresented to effect sales. . A
child can liny as much fur its money as any
other man. Money refunded where an article
fails to give satisfaction. Sink or swim, fair
dealing is our motto.
E. D. KELLY.
G, W. POPE & Co.
Pissnps, t.eail Pipe, Hose, etc.
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware
Main Street, Oregon City.
The subscribers would respectfully an
nounce that they keep constantly on hand a
trood assortment of Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tijrht, and otner stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
OFFERED AT PORTLAND PRICES
Our assortment in this line is targe, and
will be found to embrace almost any desired
pattern including the
WESTERN E . PTRE,
GREAT RE PUIS LIC,
BLACK KNIGHT, &c.
Roofins and Jobbing of every description
done to order, in a manner thnt cannot fail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
may be found a good assortment of Hard
ware, Wooden ware, etc.
C. W. POPE & CO.
Oregon City, Oct. 1SG. l:ly
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the STATE
of Oregon, for the County i-f Multnomah.
Virginia Francis Rogers Plaintiff, vs. Orin
II. Rogers defendant.
(5o cent re.'enue stamp cancelled.)
To Orin II. Refers Defendant:- In the name
of the State of Oregon, you are hereby re
quired to appear within" ten days after the
service 01 this summons on you, it served in
the county of Multnomah, "and if served in
any other county of this State then within
twenty days of such service, and answer the
complaint tiled against you iu the above en
titled suit, prayingthat the
Bonds of Matrimony Existing
between you aed the plaintiff be dissolved
and declared void; and unless rou so appear
and answer said complaint, the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded in
said complaint. Published by order of lion.
Erasmus 1). Shattuck, Judire of said Court.
15:5J W. LAIR HILL, Solicitor for Pltff.
WOOD ! WOOD ! WOOD S WOOD !
WHITES ! ,4 WHJTEE, !
TAMES II. GIST IS PREPARED TO T)E-
fj liver Hard Wood, Drv Fir Wood and
.bark, to order and warrant satisfaction. Or-
I t1??? at Smith & Marshall', shop prompt-
: u uueu .JAlh,"S H Ciisi
Oregon City, December 1st,
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
CHARM AN .& BROTHER !
STILL ON II AN D ! !
After Thirteen Years Experience !
IN BUSINESS IN THIS CITY !
Under the old Motto !
BEG LEAYE TO INFORM THEIR Nu
merous customers that they have just
received from San Francisco one of the larg-i
est and best selected stocks of goods ever
offered in this market, consisting of
DBF GOODS, CLOTHING,
PAINTS, OILS, c,
Together with a splendid assortment
BOOTS AND SHOES !
Of every description, ail of the best
quality and latest styles Also:
HATS AND CAFS I
Of all qualities and styles, -besides
many other goods, too numerous to
Gents and Ladies Furnishing Goods
Kept Constantly on hand !
Ail of which we vriil sell at the very low
est price for cash, and we warrant satisfaction
Country Produce token, in exchange for Goods'
Particular attention, paid, to Orders
From the Country
Ateo; to Consignments of (roods, and prompt
Retwns Made for tue Same !
It is our intjntion to deal with those who
favor us with their trade, in such a manner
as to secure their cohlidence and continued
patronage. Please give us a call at our new
store, ou Main street, Oregon Cit;
2.1y CMARMA' & BRO.
I7"ER0ENE Lamps, aud Oil, kept con
X. stantlv on hand by
CllARMAN & BRO.
fjATENT MEDICINES of all kinds, kept
1 by VII ARM AH d BRO.
TALL PAPER. Window Curtains and
Paper shades, kept by
CHARM AN & BRO.
TELL Assortment of rope, nails, etc. for
: sale br CHARM AN tt- BRO,
UB,S, Buckets. Wash-boards. Heeler's
CHARM AN ct BRO.
CARPET, Matting, Rugs, c,
by OH ARM AN d- BRO.
H. O W PRICES.
I . S E L JLrl If G 5
Corner of Main and Third streets,
npIIANKFUL FOR PAST FAVOR, AND
JL hoping for a continuance of the same,
would fin ite, the attention of the public to
his large stock now in store, consisting of
fancy and staple
READY" MADE CLOTHING,
AND MANY HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
II ATS AND CAPS,
Groceries, Croekery,Glass and Plated
Ware, Paints, Oils, Lamps,
Wicks, Chimneys and Burners !
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Beiny Hundreds of Other Articles!
Too Numerous to Mention! '
r-f Call and examine for yourself. I take
pleasure in showing goods, and customers
will find the articles at reasonable figures for
cash or produce. 1. SELLING,
Corner store, opposite the
'j:y1 Tin and stove store.
Fall and Winter Importation
an a imj
AT THE OLD STAND,
lilain Streetj Oregon City,
JUST OPENING AND RE
C LIVING from San Francisco a
splendid assortment of .
STAPLE 8c FANCY
The stock comprises all the
NEW STYLES IN DRESS GOODS.
Wool and 'Brocne SharU, Long and Square
Wool shan't, Ckjttl-x, Basque, Cb.'ths, C'ossi-m-re,
and Silks, ElanneU, Linens, and Cot
tons in great cai-idy.
Housekeeping Goods, 'Curtetnx, Fixture,
Mats, Rugs, dee., jSoticns and Fancy Good.
IVew I..;s Xviutwiiijj, ;uitl Hustons,
New Had Net and Dresses, New Wool Nut'ias,
Iltods, fv., -lionntt and Trimming HHhons,
New Errihroideries and Laces, Umhretlus,
Port monies, French Corsets, dee, New Bal
moral and Hood Skirts.
ttontknifu's KuriiisJiing Gools.
Btx,ts d1 Shoes, Hits tf: Cops, Herrdware, Gro
ceries, Faints. Oils, Doors, Sash Blinds, etc.,
etc.. to vdaeh the vnderSiqned irouid, in cite the,
attention, oft'hepublk- in general, and trie old
patrons of the neatse i n particular.
This stock will be kept fully equal to that of
any, and sales will bt ino.de cliean.
J. It. 11 ALSTON.
Oregon City, Nav. 10th, 1856. 3: It.
OF EVERT DKSnRIPTIOK-.
Neatly printed at the Enterprise ofuce.
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
(Pi SJ C,
Kl U S 1 U fa k w II
(Successors to Yvortmari & Sheppard,)
Keep constantly on hand
CAKES! PIES! 'BREAD!
And Crackers of all kinds !
Orders in tbis Line will meet with
FHOMFT ATTENTION !
BARLOW '& FULL
Also keep ou hand all kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
AND PROVISIONS !
STE A M BOAT STORES !
And all Articles m;ed for Culinary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a line assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO !
By the Case, or at retail !
Attention is also direeteJ to the fact
that nobody else sells the
FAMOUS GLEASON CHEESE !
Farmers aud the public generally, are in
vited to; call at the City Bakerv, where the
truth will be made apparent that our stock is
complete, and our prices reasonable. All
kinds of produce taken in exchange for
goods. BARLOW & FULLER.
Oregon City, Jan. ith, 18G7. (12:ly
E. 13. K5CJ.V,
Comprising in part
SUGARS! TEAS! COFFEE!
Canned Sauces Canned Oysters !
AND CASE GOODS IN GENERAL!
Particular attention Is given to the
Country Trade, by which I am
enabled to furnish City
Superior Quality of Butler, Fresh
Eggs, Poultry, etc.
By strict attention to the retail trade
only, I hope to merit a share of the public
patronage. Store at the Post Office, Main
street, Oregon City. E. B. KELLY.
V"i. Sid 32 is in Mn ti,
Oregon City .......
. . . Orcei n
HAVING REMOVED INTO MY
I am now prepared to serve
GENTLEMEN AND LADIES,
OR PRIVATE PARTIES AND BALLS,
WITH 0Y8TES SUPPEES !
On short notice.
I would also inform the public that I
still continue the manufacture of Bread,
Pies, Cakes, Pilot Bread, Boston, Butter,
Sugar and loda Crackers, etc. In addition
to which 1 will keep constantly on band
a large stock of the best staple aad family
groceries, provisions, etc.
l:lyj L. DILLER.
HIGHLIT IMPORTANT !
To all ids hi tig Pp
HORSE SHOEING, BLACK-
SMITHING, IRON, ETC.
John W. Lewis, STOP THAT G0UG1
Comer cf MA IN and
Takes this opportunity to inform It;
old customer-, and the public
in general, that lie now
lias on hand
And other patterns which he warrants in
every particular to give satisfaction. The
Farming community are 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 ail. In connection with the above de
partment of business the undersigned is also
prepared to manufacture
Wagons and Carriages of every kind!
in point of style and durability
EQUjVL T O A5Y IMPORTS I:
Having constantly pn hand for sale a large
assortment of material, consisting in part of
WA G ON TIMBER
IRON, STEEL, ETC,,
The proprietor is
to fill all Orders !
Mor such Articles on
T2i8 Most Favorable
All work from tins establishment,
and all material sold on order, is warranted
to be as represented.
. Oregon City. Pc?; 1-1
; RED I NG TON & CO' a CoTv'"'f (
REBIKGTOU & CWs
Essence of Jamaica Gh$g(r
JL tammir, into highlv concentrated' f ' "
all the properties of the Jamaici
become one of the most ponakr r '''''
remedies for all diseases of tLestomach
As a ton i ft it will be found invaluable,,
persons recovering from debility wi
produced by feveror otherwise, for wii'i'
imparts to the system all the glow and xt "
that can be produced by wine or braujjy
entirely free Irom the reactionary.;,.' "
follow the use of spi'its oany kind' '
It is also an excellent remedy for f0!
who sutler from difficult -menstruarion cyj'y
almost immediate relief to the spasms" tli-f "'-i
frequently accompany that jriod. ' a 1
It gives immediate relief to nausea, cart
by sea-sickness, etc. It is also raluaVlt"
external application for (lout. Kfo..,,.,." ":
Neuralgia, etc. REDINGTon'a','
CmarSoj Sole Agents for the Pacific f
. HAIR EEST0EEE.
Trust none otner, bowe'er pleasant -None
can do what this has ione
Try it alway3ieep it present
Use th ilarthaQTashington.
It will keep tb the H
Original Colcr ;
Hair falling cat; makev
heads look young and do ff
that is expected of a germi:!
Good jflair Restorer.
KBLINGTON & Co.,
Agents, San Francisco.
la a wonder of the world, and stands aV -comparison
with any 01 her article for theL
ever brought before the public. iSold erei
Are made from FREriH FRUITS. Ej.
bottle holds twice as much asanvoth
brand in the market, consequently th
are the cheapest aud the best
USE NO OTHER.
KEDINGTOX 4 Co.,
Agents for the Pacific Cov,
If taithfully used according to directionQ
cure every case of Diabetes, and greatly nr
gate the troublesome t fleets caused by a r
laxation of the outlet of the bladder. It i.
most successful remedy for Gravel and rr,
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, audi
Female diseases is unequalled.
The Catholicon uniform!- cures TYobjx;
Uteri. Whites, all Irregulat iiies of thtjlt.p.
It period, Suppression, I ucoTitinence of nri-
Bloatiiig and Dropsical sw'!ii: irs, bu t
diseases of pregnancy. The speSiic actun
ti)is!edicie is immediate a uncertain li:
the Uterine and abdomiual muscles and if
meats restoring them to as healthy as..
as those of cbilubood aio-i youth, so that ;
tienhs who have used the Gtaefeubfrjfon.p
ny's Uterine Catbohcon cannot sutli.-irf
express their jrraiiiude for the relict aiioti'
REDIXGTON & Co.. Agent.
416 and 41S Front street, San Franu
yrUY WILL YOU DELAY?
We are sorry that there are
persons who sufi'er outlay fay day,
month after month, and yearly
year, when friends and neighbors
have been cured cf the same
mr.Iady that afilicts them. Now
it has been proved by substan
tial evidence thai SCOVILL'S
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP
will cure the worst cases of scrof-
ula, Canaer, Rheumatism, Neu-
ralgia, etc.; yet still there are
those who neglect this sure ani
valuable remedy. To such we
say, try the syrup be convinced.
REDINGTON & Co., Agents,
41 S and 41SjYont street,
Q03IE OF YOU CAN'T, AXT WE Vt
J you. You have tried every remedy but thei
ciosiined, by its intrinsic merit, to supersede all
ilar preparations. It i 3 not surprising you t-bci.
reluctant to try something else after "the mc
periments you have made of tr:Qy coaik
foisted on the public as a certain curd ; but
is really the VERT BEST remedy ever comr'
for the euro ot Coughs, CoWs, Soto Throat, A
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and cMnsuii.piiou.
Bands oi people in California and Oregon hav
already twnetitted by the surprising curative "-
Pulmonary Syn (
and with one accord giv? it their unqualify 1
bation. We now address ourselves to ail wlw
arquainted wtih this, the greatest Panacea 01 '' ,
for the healing of all disease of the TLr
has ctsred thotisancJ
it will cure TOUiff
and perfectly harmless under all circuro?',;.
Certiticates trota many promnieut
Francisco accompany every bottle of
Tin?? inValuahlo mcdicino is pleasant w
Eoothinp, healing and strengthening in iWf
tir.-iu frW from nil iviipoiious or dclctern'J
EEDINGTON & CO. Anls, San