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" He who by the Plow would thrive,
Hinself must either hold or drive."
BREAD AND RCTTER.
The girl engaged in molding broad
O Shall make some sweet heart flatter,
"With hope to get that dairy maid
To make his Bread and butter.
Site may not play the game croquet,
Or French and German stutter,
If well she knows the curd from whey
And ma k9s sweet bread and butter.
In meal and cream she's elbow deep,
Atid cannot stoop to putter;
Cut says if he will sow and reap,
She'll make lib bread and butter.
The dairy maid, the farmer's wife,
Shall be the toast we utter ;
Alone, man leads a crusty life,
O Without good bread and butter.
Nature never did betray
The heart that loved her ; ?tis her privilege,
Through all the years of this our life, to
From joy to joy ; for she can so inform
The mind that is within us, so impress
"With quietness antf beauty, and so feed
"With lofty thoughts, that neither evil
Hash judgments, nor the sneers of selfish
Shall e'er prevail against U3. or disturb
Our cheerful faith that all which we be
Is full of blessings.
LITTLE I'LAID Sl'X-EOXXET.
0 Little plaid sun-bonnet, what do you hide,
Down in thcgiss by the sunny wall-side?
Any short ringlets half out of curl ?
Any round forehead as pure as a pearl ?
Any blue eyes with a laugh bubbling over ?
Any red mouth closing on a red clover?
Is it the wind makes you dance up and
Or it a fairy head under your crown ?
O, Earth is bright, by the glad Summer
Millions of roses might scarcely be missed ;
Acres oj butler-cups, growing so gay,
Cause not a sigh when their gold-drcfps
Yet to my heart how your charm were
All your fresh meadow3 how wintry and
Earth, should you lose from your beauty
Just whaia little plaid bonnet can hide !
Patent Excavator. Mr. Daniel
Clos9, of IIarmonsbu-g, Crawford
county, Pennsylvania, has invented a
iew and useful excavator for loadir.gj
O transporting, and unloading earth.
This excavator consists of four wheel.-,
.like- a common wagon, with broad
tire on tfte hind wheels, with eleva
tors on the inside of the tire, which
re Glled by right and left hand plows
ihiig in stirrups to the bed piece of
the box. Inese plows are so ar
ranged as to be raised and lowered
by chains and levers, operated by the
driver on his seat, lhe elevators
cany the ground, and, empty it in
lhe (box, at the rate cf one hun
dred pounds per second. The
ground ia unloaded by means of
valves in the bottom of the box,
which are opened and shut with
chain and lover, also operated by the
driver. This excavator is drawn by
horses, anti the whole operation is
performed without stopping the team.
Mr. Close has also invented an ar
ra moment for feeding cattle and
sheep, which consists of a double
fed trough, and each, combined and
so arranged as to give all stock an
equal chance, in feeding every kind of
feed without ?nste.
How to Cuke Hams. The hams
of Maryland and Virginia have for a
long time enjoyed a high reputation.
Premiums for hams were awarded at
a late meeting of the Maryland Ag
ricultural Society. Those who had
opportunities of cxaming the hams,
sejan t, says the American Farmer ,
i;hat ihcy were of excellent quality.
The following is the recipe after
-:hich those were packed down
which received the first premium:
" For one hundred pounds of pork
take ciyht pounds of pulverized alum,
two ounces of saltpetre, two pounds
of brown sugar, one and a half
ounces of potash, and four gallons of
water. Mix the above ingredients
and pour them upon the meat, after
it has lain about two days in the tub.
Let the hams lie about six weeks in
tha pickle, and let them dry off a
few days before smoking them. I
generally rub the meat with fine salt
when 1 pack it down. The meat
hould be quite cold before it is
packed in the tubs."
How to Salt Beef. For every
100 pounds of beef, take 1 ounces
of Baltpere, 2 pounds brown sugar,
5 pounds good salt, and 2i gallons
Nvatcr; mix all together and boil the
mass till all the hard ingredients are
ihoroughly dissolved; then let the
brine cool and pour it over themeat,
which must be packed tight and
weighted down. The pickle should
entirely cover the brine.
A QcerhTree. In Lowell, Mass.
there la an apple tree which never
blossoms and yet is loaded ever v.
year with fruit. Grafts from it blos
som. The seeds are frequently par
lially or wholly exposed to vww at
the outside of the u blow " end of the
fruit, while tho centre of the fruit is
bb compact as a turnip.
0 New Grass. The new grass so
rapidly spreading in the South, call
ed Lspidasa, came from Japan.
The Charleston papers unite in pro
iioiv dug it the greatest blessing in
lLti form of grass that has ever been
bestowed on the South.
Instead of patches of land fit to
cultivate, this country ought to bloom
like a garden, from the sea to the
The custom in the best Irish dairy
establishments is to dispose of a cov,
directly her milk falls below two
gallons a day, and buy another in her
Joseph Cloud, of E st York, says
he raised a pumpkin vine 780 feet
Ion?-, which bore 348 pounds of
pumpkins, the largest of which
weighed 00 pounds.
The best early potato, a corre
spondent from Champaign county,
Illinois, finds to be the Scbcc. In
Illinois it ripens in the least number
of days, and is the most prolific at
least such has been his experience
lait yt ar.
If the spring put forth no blossoms,
in summer there will be no beauty,
and in autumn no fruit. So if youth
be trifled away without improvement
riper years will be contemptible, and
old age miserable.
The discoveries and developments
in farming, in mechanics, in science,
in literature, in mining, and in the
human race itself, which yet are to
come, will work such changes that,
in comparison, we are now only peep
ing through the shell.
In getting blooded stock one knows
what he gets. Still, some of the
common stock is best, but it is hard
: to find. The difference is the same
as between college and self'education.
The latter is best, but it is hard to get,
and many are spoiled in getting it.
The French chemists say that barn
yard manure contains all the elements
of fertility, whether animal or vege
table. Artificial manures are substi
tutes, but adulteration is so common
that the farmer should buy them pure
and mix to suit himself.
There is no market for surplus
grain except what is made by manu
facturing people. The most profita
ble farms are within hearing of fac
tory bells. Illinois paid for British
railroad iron with ten -cent corn. She
pays for American railroad iron with
la England, less than 150 men own
half of the land. One man can ride
100 miles in a straight line on his
own land. In their poor-houses are
millions of people who cannot sleep
till after i! o'clock at night, for not till
then do the vormiu qet through fjed-
In Chilli they have only the Ital
ian bees which do well; their honey
becomes as hard and white as tallow;
for eight months there is no rain.
One man, near Santiago, has .5,000
hives. Individually, the bees are
short lived because they have to work
the year round.
A contrivance for sharpening
mower and reaper knives has been in
vented. It does away with the evils
and annoyances of the old system of
keeping knives in order, lessens the
labor, and preserves a perfect cutting
edge. Several prominent agricultu
rists have thoroughly tested the ma
chine during the past season, and
speak highly of its tfiiciency.
Southern Russia is reported to
have harvested unusually large crops,
and Hungary has never been so
bountifully favored. In Turkey the
crops of cereals have been good. But
in Belgium, Spain, and Poland the
supply is exceedingly light. In Eng
land the harvest has been
France has less than an average
Like a young man putting on his
hest clothes before getting married,
the Canadians are doing the best they
can. They show some important in
ventions. One is a family spinning
machine, running 12 threads by turn
ing a crank. Another is a fh.pulU
ing machine, which is cheap and sitn
pie and docs not leave a stalk be
hind. Few know it; hut it is as true
as preaching, that our nation is to be
saved by flax.
To those who have given some
thought and attention to these mat
ters it is painfully apparent that the
great need of our agricultural popu
lation is Education. Agricultural
engineers are wanted to teach farm
ers how to reclaim useless marshes
and waste places; how to make the
soil sweet and productive; how to
grow the largest and best crops.
Thousands of acres lie waste in New
England which might be reclamed ;
lens.of thousands are in the same con
dition in this and the adjoining States,
and hundreds of acres of land within
two miles of the proud Empire city
are allowed to remain in a wild, sour,
useless condition, as they have been
siace the world was created, all for
the want of a little engineering skill.
How to Help a Paper. We
write, says the Holmes County Far
mer, for ourselves and all our breth
ren. We are writing, dear reader,
to you.. f you want to help a
newspaper always pay your sub
scriptiou in ad ranee. Live riglit up
to this rule- Send the editor at least
one new subscription besides your
own, and ofivn it may happen you
er.n pick up half a dozen among your
neighbors and friends. Such things
make a printers heart light, they
make him feel ynng, they make him
Tvork with new prit.
Ask your neighbor to subscribe
for the EsTEnrPi.-c.
Sn'EiuoR Facilities fob Education-.
Mr. C. Rosa having taken charge of the
select school under the direction of Miss
Harvey begs leave to inform the People
of Oregon City that he will continue teach
ing, adding to the course already establish
ed, the thorough knowledge of Latin and
Italian languages, ancient, modern, sacred
and profane history, moral, metaphysic.
tnd divine science. He hopes he "will
meet with good success, which he had al
ways while professor in two different
Universities of Italy, and in one of the
best Seminaries of Pennsylvania. He is
desirous also to give private lessons at
home, for the accommodation of those who
d,?not ll ie to s to a daily scho01' lAC
JZ$? In addition to the above Mr. Rosa
requests us to say that he will give a course
of instruction in book-keeping; and also,
that on Monday evening, the 3d of Febru
ary, he would institute an evening writing
If you wish the very best. Cabinet Photo
Cf.APns, you must call on Bradley &. ItrLOF
sox, 4.20 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
'Willamette Lodge No. 131. O. Ci. T.
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner of Main and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited to
attend. By order of W. C. T .
Oregon Lodjc Xo. 3, I. . of O. F.
.;v. Meets every Wednesday evening
Cjgpat 7 o'clock, in the Masonic Hall.
--rVr.vf Members of the order are in
vited to attend.
Jtlultnomali Lodte So. 1, A. H". and
a A. M. Holds its regular rommimi
' f cations on the First and Third Sat
urJaig in each month, at 7 o'clock,
from the So'th of September to the Suth of
Match, and 7 A o'clock from the 2i'th of March
to the i-Oth of .September. Brethren in good
standing arc- invited to attend.
By order of W. M.
A Few Hints to Both Genders.
It has been said that men and women, es
pecially married couples, should study each
other's weak points, for the same reason that
skaters look out tor air holes in the ice in
order to keep clear of them. Thcv should
also study matters of economy in times like
these, and in order to practically exemplify
those lessons they should purchase their
dry goods, clothing, etc., of Kohn & Fished,
X'6. Id Front street, Portland.
Bcciitel's Photograph Gali.ery
is the only establishment in Oregon that is
thoroughly prepared to do all the different
styles of work in the art. Photographs from
card to life size. The new Cabinet Cards,
&c, Ac. Small pictures enlarged (retouched
in India ink painted in water colors or oil,
by Mrs. S. J. ltumsey.) All negatives taken
iii this gallery will be carefully preserved,
that additional copies may be had. Mr. B.
has now on hand a very large collection of
negatives, the names of which are recorded
alphabetically in a book for that purpose,
which may be seen in the reception roam.
MACK 5i HATCH,
The patronage of those desiring First Cuus
Operations, is respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
N. B. Xitrems Oryde administered for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth. Also : the
Ithi'j'jltiii. Spray used for those who prefer it.
Ofkick Corner of Washington and Front
streets, Portland. Lair-aca ou Washinsten.
Dr.. IIosthtteu's Stomach Bit
teus. The opet atioa of this palatable rem
edy upon the stomach, liver and excretory
organs is singular- soothing and conserva
tive. It regulates, recruits, and purifies
them. Dyspepsia in all its forms yields to
its control and invigorating properties, and
it is recommended to 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 1'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, CALEF A CO., Agents,
3o:tf Portland, Oregon.
. -C. -
SWISS ST Old AC H BITTERS.
The best Purifier of the Blood !
A Pleasant Tonic 1
A very Agreeable Drink !
i . . . . . .
Lnsurpassed for acting surely but
gently on the secretions of the kid
neys, bowels, stomach and liver!
For sale at all wholesale and retail liriuor
drug, and grocery stores.
yon on r should di: without it
J. G. Finscn, Proprietor.
Taylor & Pesdel, Sola Agents,
30.1y) 413 Clay si., San Francisco
STAR OF THE UNION!
These delicious Stomach IliitPrs n-e cntiiely Veret-
able, ni.d tree from alcohol uud every hurtful ingle-J
J rt'pnt. A pleamnt tunc nmi a most ncrceahle ill irk J
t I He MH-krt is tiiHxItd with pensi on cmpouii!: J
mit T 11 K S K bitn-rx. m'le fiom the iumf-t fx-
J rarts (4t vH'uabiu links ami t-prlis. aie ai-'
mirxbW art 'p-e'l to the cu--e ..f all aflertinns of tltv J
' !nm:ic,v KivlnPvs. l,ufriif llnwels. Muli as v-
J p-tv-ia. Kevrr. Diarrhoea, Loss ft' At piii-e. nc. etc. J
For u!e evurj where. A, YVS K 1 1 I SKN'. J
I Sill k M ASfKACTCKET,
OREGON LEATHER !
The Best on the Coast.
fr7zrz Tlios. Armstrong
"sjwwAgjf Manufacturer of
ALMONDS OF LEATHER
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO IN
That he is prepared to furnish as frood and
durable an article of Leather as can be made
on the Pacific Coast, at the following rates:
Harness Leather, per lb 23 to SO cents.
Extra heavy, for Concord S3
Skirting, per pound 23 to o2 '
Delting, in the side 35 "
Cut, per square foot, 1 00
Side, upper, " " " 16 to 20 cents.
Grain Leather " " " IS to 22
Light Buff, or Grain for Wo
men's work IS to 20 "
CalfSkins, perloz $30 00 to 540 00
Kip ' " 40 00 to 60 00
Bridle, per side S 50 to 4 00
'Jollar, per side 1 00 to 5 50
Lace Leather, per side 00 to 4 CO
f2S3T I do not think that Harness Leather
should necessarily be made in Santa Cruz, in
order to stand the test of our climate;
5 Nor do I think that Belting, iu order
to"bear the strain of Oregon Mackiaeiy, uaist
be made in the Atlantic States.
ALL I ASK IS A
IP st i v O hancc!
And I will prove, to the satisfaction of all
concerned, that Oregou Leather is the best
on the Coast.
All orders vrill meet with prompt at
r.iv. i!i!-vuu!;k. On-n.
OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD,
COMING TO OREGON CITY !
Now is the Time to Take Passage for
The Establishment of
so r tin eats of
JUST RECEIVED ONE
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ever brought to this Market consisting, in part of
CLOTHING, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, For Gents' and Boys" wear!
FURNISHING GOODS Of every variety !
LADIES' DRESS GOODS. Of all kinds ami colors!
LADIES" CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FURS, HOSIERY, etc.,
MERR1MAC PRINTS, WHITE GOODS, etc.,
HATS AND CAPS, LOOTS AND SHOES,
GROCERIES -And an endless variety of goods, too numerous to mention.
"Wis ids. ilacy Inlciad. to sell JLower tlsan
Any EIomsc in icosi !
If arty one is disposed lo doult the genuineness of the above statements,
E$2ccially the latter all lhe undersigned ask of them is, thai they
Call and Examine the Goods and Phices !
And satisfy themselves. We may Ic, found at the old stand, the Brick
JJ adding, Main street Oregon City. JACOB d- BROTHER.
OCT Country Produce taken in exchange for yo'ids.
Look Out ! The Eailroad is not Coming Yet !
HUT Til 13
PEOPLES' TRANSPORTATION C.
Are Still Running their
An J RoIIinc; in
Ciiarinan & Warner's old Brick Store, Ilain Street,
Where he not only intends to sell, hut
Will Sell Cheaper than any oilier House in the City.
I will sav, COME oyF, CO HE ALL, ami satisfy yourselves tliut it is no trouble to
me to show roods. I have received one oi the largest stocks ever brought to this mar
ket, consisting in psut of a line assortment of
LADIES DRESS CJOOD. P.ALMORALS, FURS of various descriptions ;
CLOAKS, sueli as Circn!:rs und Sucks ;
KID CLOVES, bctt quality ;
DROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS all v.idlLs ;
BOOTH AND SHOES : 1 1 ATS AND CAl'i ; CLOTHING ;
FINE BLACK DRESS SUITS ;
CASS 1M EKE SLITS :
SUPERIOR B LAYER SPITS :
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHINC. nil sizes ami qualities.
pS- A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all 0:1 the most reasonable terms.
Also a larsre stock of Oents' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
;-3- All kinds of Produce Bought.
RUB B E R
IIS Montgomery Str-ct,
San Francisco California.
Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers
of all kinds India Rubber Goods.
All kinds aud styles!
Druggist and Fancy Goods,
Balls and Toys,
J'ipes and Canes,
Air and Water Goods I
liisMser Keelv Tics I
For Ladies and Gentlemen!
Wagon springs, cC Shaft Rattlers,
Curry Combs, and Horse Boots,
Buckets and Pails,
Gloves and jSnpkin Rings,
Card Baskets tl- Pans.
Latest styles of
Ilubbiii Jewelry !
By every steamer.
Side Agent for the Pacific Coast.
82 Lake street, Chicago.
C47 Broadway, New York. f45.tf
TO MILIOIEX, DA1KYHLX
AMD STOCK RAISERS.
OIL CAKE MEAL THE BEST FEED
known for increasing the prrftiuct and
richness of Milk, fattening Stock, and fitting
it for market. For sale in quantities de
sired. A No, Pure
It AW AXD liOILED UXSEKD OIL,
and Ground Paint, designed es
pecially for outside work,
constantly on hand.
CASTOR BEAD'S Al'D FLAXSEED,
for which cash will be paid on delivery.
Pacific Linseed Oil and Lead TTorLs,
Kir. street, nenr Third, San Francisco,
51:tf L. B. BENCIILEY 4 CO.. Agents.
A LARGE IXV0JC2 OF yEW
Sunday School and Gift Books'.
17 ROM THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
. ty and
Various other Publishing Houses!
For sale by the subscriber, on Jefferson st.,
between "2d and Sd. Portland, Oregon.
G. 11. ATKINSON, Secretary,
OF THE LARGEST AND LEST AS-
the Goods for
A Vest Siilc Main Street,
Oregon City .Oroj
HAVING REMOVED INTO M
T WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
JL I still continue the manufacture of
Boston, Butler, Sugar and Soda
O 1 -A. C K E JFl S ,
dc. tt-c. ((c.
In addition to which I will keep constantly
ou baud a large stock ol the best staple and
I am also agent for the celebrated nursery
of II. MILLKR, Milwaukie, and am prepared
to supply orders for Flowers and Shrubbery
at the Nurserv pi ices.
l:ly L. DILLF.R.
DALY t STEVENS,
a uy era l a Gi:yrs,
Office Removed to No. lot Front street,
Opposite McCorinick's Rook-Stoic.
TILL GIVE SPECIAL" ATTENTION
to the Collecting and adjustment of
accounts, bills and notes; N esjotiating Inhinu
bills; effecting loans; selling and leasing
real estate ; house renting, and to the gen
eral agency business iu ail its branches.
3 AS. L. DALY.
WARD f. STEVKXS.
. J, M. KEELER,
Oregon Commission Agency
OFFICE. 95 LIBERTY STREET,
NEW YOliK CITY.
For buying and shipping direct, by the
Isthmus or Cape Horn, all classes and varie
ties of Merchandise, including Musical In
struments, Farming Implemeuts, Carnages
Faithful attention will also be given
to the securing and disposition of Patents.
All orders and business will receive prompl
at:ention. Goof's shipped in best style at the
lowest rates, and insured to ordt-r. "
BUSINESS RE?E3ENCES :
Aldrich, Merrill & Co., San Francisco, Ca!
McCraken, Merrill Co., Portland, Oregon
J. II. Moores. Saletn, Oregon.
Thomas Monteith, Albany, Oreson.
NEW YOUK C1TT REFERENCES.
J. L. Browneil &. Bro., Bankers, 2$ Broad si
A. K. & C. E. Tilton, Do and '7 Liberty st
A. M. Starr, late of Oregon, l5 Libertv st
AlbonMaun. Treasurer 'atio?.l Bank "Note
Co., 1 Will Et. ;--.f
OREGON CITY BUSINESS.
C. W. POPE & Co.,
Pumps, Lead Pipe, Hose, etc.
Anrl 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
frood assortment cf Cooking, Parlor, Air
Tight, and other stoves, suitable to this
market, which are being
Offered at Portland Prices !
Our assortment in this line is large, and em
braces almost any desired pattern, including
11 EARTH STONE,
BLACK KNIGHT, Sec.
Roofing and Jobbing of every description
done to order, in a manner that cannot tail
to suit patrons. In addition to the above
uiav be tumid a good assortment of Hard
ware, Woodeuware, etc.
C. W . POl'L & Uo.
Oregon CU3-, April 20th, IS'u. fl.
NEW LIGHT! NEW LAMP
BEST NIGHT LAMP III USE !
Its Ulaiiy Advantages :
FIRST Jt is yn-E,epIoi)tcc, and entire!
-.' from smoke or oiftustce oaor icue
bur in do.
SFCOyiIt qites a Soft, Chan, It hitt
TIlii:pTt U CHEAPER than any other
Fluid or Oil.
LUCINE. BURNING FLUID
For burning in the above Lamps, outrivals
all othtr Fluids for LIGHT and ECONOMY.
It will not Stain or Grease Clothes, Carpel
LUCBTE LAMPS AND THE FLUID
CAN' UK HAD OF
. "W. FOFE & Co.,
Tinuare, L-Jiups, Otis,
la ;ttcr:is, -
HIGHLIT IIMPOB.TA3ST !
To all wishing
IIORSE SHOEING, BLACK
SMITHING, IRON, ETC.
John W. Lewis,
G-ran- of MAiyaud SECO.Xb etruis,
Takes tliis opportunity to inform his
old customer-', nnd the public
iu general, that he now
h:is on hand
And other patterns which he warrants in
every particular tt pive 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 pi ices as must
suit all. In connection with the above de
partment of business the uudcrsigneil is also
prepared to manufacture
Wagons and Carriages of every kind!
in point of style and durability
E Q, V A L. T O A V 1 31 Is O Ii T XZ E!
Ilavimr constantlv on baud for sale a larire
assortment of material, consisting in part of
1 rA G OX TIMB ER,
IROX, STEEL, ETC.,
The proprietor is
Enabled to fiil all Orders !
For fiie7i Article on.
The Most Favorable Terms.
iv" All work from this establishment,
aud ail material sold ou older, is warranted
to be as represented.
J. W. LP WIS.
'W "" ---W
Levy & Feciiiieimeii,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Furniture,
rpAKF. Tills METHOD .OF INFORMING
l. the public that they have now on hand
a larnc invoice of
SQUAPE AXD EXTENSION TALLES,
And various other Qualifies of Rich
and Medium Furniture !
Forming a complete and desirable assort
ment, which merits the attention of buyers.
We MANUFACTURE FURNITURE
Using good materials, and employing the
very best mechanics in the State, hence we
can warrant our goods to be as represented,
and we are prepared to lill all orders with
u cil" nc attention of the public
to our salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment of desirable jtHels 'v the
LEVY & FKCIIIIEI3IEU,
45-ly! Main street, Oregon City.
RANCH FOR SALE.
ITU AT ED BETWEEN THE CLACK-
amas and the
OREGON CITY T0W2T PLAT !
In the vicinity of the place of T. J. lluusakcr.
"Will be sold cheap for cash.
Apply to LEVY A FECLIIHIMER,
SO.tt Main street, Oregou City.
(Illll tIEXRY IIUMBEL,
Having purchased the above Bren-erv.
wishes to inform the public that he is now
pieparea to manufacture a No. 1 quality ot
As good as can be obtained anywhere in the
rHaie. uraers solicited and promptly fined.
Oregon Civ, Dcccmb-r -2?th. !? 10 tl
OREGOX CITY BUSINESS.
r. o a v s Si albiiiuiit,
Corner of Fourth and Main Sis.,
Oregon City Oregon.
fJMKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
JL the public that ttiey keep constantly 011
hand all kinds fresh and salt meats, soch as
CO UN ED BEEF, HAMS,
PICKETED PORK, LARD,
And everything else to be found in their line
of business. LOG US &. ALBRIGHT.
Oregon City, April 2uth, 1567. l-Ay
OIINSON & McCOWN ARE THE Local
Agents in Oregon City, ot the I'acilic
lire Insurance Company, the best doing
business on this cast. This Company is
the only one in Oregon that
Issuo Policies and Adjusts Losses
Without referring the case to San Francisco.
ALSO, A GENTS OF THE
2?orth America Life Insurance Co.!
Presenting the most desirable features,
having its policies guaranteed by the State
of New V01 k.
Don't delay attention to these mat
ters until vour property is destroyed bv lire,
or uutil you a.e sick, when you car. not be
insured. Call immediate!
ISAAC IT A Tin. JOHN KAiil-..
FAIlIt & BROTHER,
Butchers and Meat YeiuleTS.
Thankful for the favors of the comrnvmity
ia the past, wish to say that they will con
tinue to deliver to their patrons, from 'the
wagon, as usual,
On Tutffay aud Saturdays f cae ictcl
all the best qualities of Reef, .Mutton, and
Pork, or any other class of meats in the
naiket. " t':tf
JIaLY STREET, OREGOX CITY.
BARLOW & FULLER.
(Succt'ijsors to Wortmau Shenpard.)
Kppp constantlv on hand
CAKES! PIES! B R E A D!
And Crackers, of all kinds!
Orders in this Line will meet with
PE.QMPT ATTEHTIOK !
B ARLOV; & FULLER
Also keep on hand all kinds cf
FAMILY GROCERIES !
AND PROVISIONS !
fcTEAM DO AT STORES !
And all Artides uoed for Culinary
BARLOW & FULLER
Sell a fine assortment of
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO !
Py the Case, or at retail !
Attention is also directed to the fact
that r.ol.ody else sells the
FAMOUS (i LEA SON CHEESE !
Farmers nnd the public irererally, are in
vited 1o call at the City Pakerv, where the
truth will be made apparent lhat our stock i
complete, and our prices reasonable. Al!
kind's of produce taken in excliMiure for
Lr0o,ls. lLXPLOVr i 1- ULLEIL
Oregon City, Jan. vth, 1- '.-. (1:1
RETAIL DEALEI1 IX
Has removed info a LA UGER STORE, in
J.1 5 OX1C B FILLING,
Where he will be pleased to wait upon his
old customers and as many new ones as ma'
natron lze mm.
In addition to tne skovp,
ho has reconflv
nccivi a a j-.i.Ij ziijiu a.oiii
1'cr fir tilery and Cosmetics !
which are ofu-red Tor sale at reasonable rates.
Ore-ion City. Oct. l'.'th, 1' 07.
21-12: CCD TS1J" ff5 'TH 3
Sign and Steamboat
j! il! i nl,
Iinilut ions of all kinds
Wood siml Msia-fclo S
Executed as well as can be done on the
Examine our work and judire for your
selves. Every order attended to with
care and expedition.
c. e. MrmiAY,
West door Ralston's brick. Main st ,
40-O Oregon City.
Book and Job Printing !
rjEMIE EXTEIIP1VISE OFFICE
Is supplied with every requisite for doing
a superior style of work, and is constant
ly accumulating- new and beautiful styles
of material, and is prepared for every
BOOK AXD JOB
AT PATIS-FACTOKr ntiCK-S.
jtt The Public are invited to call and
examine both our specimens and facilities
fur doins work.
A. II. BELL.
E- A. I'AUKEK.
BELL & PARKER.
AND DEALERS IN
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints
Perfumery, Oils, Varnishes, '
And every article kept in a Drug Store.
S3.) Main Street, Oregon City.
L. ZIGLEE & SOil
Oregon City, Oregon.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW T'Pt
I pared to make all manner of ware in the
line of cooperage, from a well-bucket to a
hogshead, of both bilge ;Sid straight work,
on short notice, and at reasonable rates.
Call and examine samples of our vk, as
it is its own recommendation.
63.0m) L. ZIGLER h SON.
Removed ! Removed !
The old and well known
I). MOyyASTES, Proprietor,
HAS NOT DISCONTINUED WORK!
but has been removed to Second street,
between Alder and Morrison streets, here
business will be conducted ou as large a scale
as in years cast. ":lv
Side Hal a. Street, beta-ten Second and
Third, Oregon City.
GEORGE A. HAAS Proprietor.
The proprietor beas leave to inform his
friends and the public generally that tha
above named popular saloon is open for their
accommodation, with a new :ind well assort
ed supply of the finest brands of vim,
liquors and cigars. 52
j. c. M A XX. TUOS. leauv.
Fashion Billiard SafBon.
Main street, between Second aud Third,
MAUI & LEAHY Proprietors.
ri"MlE above lon established and popular
I Saloon is yvt a favorite resort, and as
onlv the choicest brands of hies. Liquurn
and Citrars are dispensed to customers u
share of tlie public putrona-re is solicin-d.
iu N. 1. Families supplied th t!:e
choicest Liquors, English Ale ami Porter,
in bottles, ou the most reasonable terms.
Cosmopolitan Billiard Rooms.
Ald.r itrrcf, Let. Front and First,
Two new and very perfect French
ii k.X JL) JLl
With the improved Phelan Cushions, juit
set up at the Cosmopolitan. These TaUh-O
are incomparably snjierior to anv others ia
1 use. lil.tK(,-. 11. (,KU:.1..
Rooms spart from the Saloon, j xi.l
A. J. MO.XKOE.
w. A. k. i;t:L!.t.
HGNRGE a MELLEET,"
Dealers in California, Vermont, and
Italian Marbles, Obelisk Jg)iP
meats, Head and Fool stones,
Mantles and Furniture Maibie furnished
to order. "rlM
NOTICE TO ALL
v no WANT
First Class Fine or C-tursc
ISo.s :;i!2il Blsoe.s!
Made or Kepaired. Especial care and at
tention paid to orders for line work, such as
Ladies and Miss-s Fine Gaiters, Cents' Fit.e
French Calf Loots, etc.
JT-,-' Orders solicited from abroad will bo
executed wiih lu-at uess gl.d dispatch.
TEUWll.LKiEU A SMITH.
-!tf Green st., Oswego. Ortpon.
A Collection of Glees, Quartet Is, Cho
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Emerson, author of ''The JuhilteA
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The marked feat urea of the collection inV:
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