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lie who bv the Plow would thrive.
Himself mu-t either hold or drive.'
Oh the cheerful budding-time !
Vrfcen thorn bedgC3 turn to green,
When new leaves of elm and lime
Cleave and shed their Winter screen;
Tender lambs are born and ba;"
North wind finds no snow to bring;
Vigorous Nature laugb.3, Ha, ba,"
In the miracle of Spring. e
9)h the gorgeous blossom days !
jen broSfl-ur-flowers drink and blow;
In and out in Summer blaze
D:-agon-fl:e3 flash to and fro ;
Ashen branches hand out keys ;
Oa's put forth the rosy shoot ;
Wandering herds wax sleek at ease ;
Lovely blossoms end in fruit.
Ch the shouting harvest-weeks!
Mother earth grown lat with sheaves ;
Thrifty gleaner finds who seeks ;
Kufset-golden pomp ofleares
Crflwns the woods, to fall at length ;
0Lracing wind3 are felt to stir ;
Ocean gathers up tier strength ;
Leasts renew their dwindled fur.
Cli the starving Winter-lapse S
Ice bound, hunger-pinched and dim!
Dormant roots recall their saps ;
Empty nests show black and grim ;
Short-lived sunshine gives no heat ;
Undue bud3 are nipped by frost ;
(Snows set forth a winding-sheet,
And all hope of life seems lost.
Xotf?e to our Readers.
A general invitation is extended to all the
readers of The Weekly Entekprise, to
send to the Editor of this paper informa
tion, cn subjects connected iciih farming,
gardening, and rural economy.
lien droppings mixed with plaster make
t strongest home-made manure. Fo:1
some purposes it is worth as much as
guano, bushel for bushel. Thy will be
much richer in phosphorus if the hens eat
plenty of gram and some fresh meat.
Have rotted straw.. orQhip dirt, or spent
taubark, or sawdust or dry peat, to ab
sorb the blood of slaughtered animals
it has a grept deal ot virtue ns manure
when composted, but verv liule when
spilled upon the ground in the usual care
There is one simple test as to whether
the manures about your sfables and out
hawses are mixed and composted as they
should be to preserve the whole of their
lertuizing power. Do they emit a bad
smell '! If your pens or stables give a foul
report to the nostrils, vou are not using
absorbents enough; shovel in the peat or
rotten leaves, and sprinkle with plaster
tilt tiie dung-heap is as inodorous as a gar
Don't think of using any of the straight
grained body timber of an ash. a white
oak, a chestnut or a hickory for firewood
It will not pay to cut any young growing
tree ot this description tor any purpose
Th " demand for such timber for building
and irking machines is large now, and
If von have a cedar thicket on vour
ace lot it
locusts growing, it will pay to plant them
Soaking Seed Uefoke Sowing. This
practice, la-not so extensively adopted in
iLl-i eoantrvas it might be with advantage
Lo'.h tor the farm and the garden. In ihi
respect, we are lar behind a people whom
we aieT.pt to regard wuh henrgs nearly
approuciiing to contempt, there are lew
j rebabiy. who not disposed to think
ti.e.nsejves much superior to the Chines-
and vet. in one resnect at least, we ihink
they a-ve r.nuh in advance of farmers, in
either England or America. Liebig states,
in his Letters cn Modern Agriculture, that
no Chinese fanner sows a seed before it
L.!-: been soaked in liquid manure, diluted
Wi.h water, and has begun to germinate-;
Mini tlrHt experience has taught him that
tliis operation tend not only to promote
the more rapid and vigorous growth and
development of the plant, but also pro
tect the seed from ravages of worms and
i i.AXaft D o VKL'P. i tjis excellent reme
dy for u cough is made thus ; Boil one
o:.rice of flaxseed in a quart of water for
nn lion restrain, and add to the liquid
the juice of tvo lemons, and half a pound
ot i.civ candy. If the cough is accom
piuied by weakness and want of appetite,
fcd 1 halt an ounce of powdered guit
ar bie. Let this simmer slowly for half an
h .Mir, stirring it occasionally. Take a
wine-glassful whenever the cough is
troublesome. This syrup has pnn ed the
in, tiQcacious of cough syiups in theex
.;. i ieiice ot ourselves and many friends.
it has even givi rh'l to consumptive
patients alleviating the soreness ot the
via St. and sireiigt heuing the stomach and
I'irgs. We have known a quart ot it to
be taken in tho course of twenty four
hours with good eil'ect, care being taken
to avoid draughts, &c.
C.vrnAGE Ptn Acke. The great cat age
growers about New York City gr. -ally
: alculate upon tea thousand hea" per
. re, allowing four superficial feet to each
f '.nit, which gives a surplus of three
t Oii-and feet for missing plants. We sup
' se the crop may average five cents a
. ja.l. giving $500 an acre, which consider-i-
g it is a second or third crop of the sea
n. nifords a pretty good return. Cab
ges oiten follow peas, with which rad-
h s or lettuce has been grown ; and
., Oiiml from which an early crop of pota-
es has been taken is often planted with
Lie cabbages. The soil for this crop
raabt be rich and manure used unsparingly-
Hog manure is not approved in this
inity ; it is said that it produces "clubj
i . t-d cabbages." The gardeners prefer
r t ukm for th"i3 crop, though we have
i.r wn cabbages grown upon the same
ip-.-t a dozen years in succession. Near a
H-y there is no doubt about the profit
r.V.;?nes3 of the crop, and we believe it a
v" ' -'able one for food for cattle and sheep,
ft ' xuvases the flow of milk, but it does
improve the quality. Irrigation is
v.-,1 -able where cabbages are grown, as
i require a vast quantity of water as
-v. j l n-i manure, with deep tillage and
To K:ix Lice ox Cattle. Take tobac
j r.nd boil it in water until verv strono-
then wash tluO animal freely with the
i y;id two or three times. I have a cow
: .. was so for six months, and tried everv
w rg I could hour of to no purpose, when
i .ished her back and flanks free! v. This
c: ne all the able ones to her neck .-nd
; il.fl then washed her neck once, which
:'. -bed all the rest, thus making that de-
. ; able weed answer one important and
l e ieacial purpose, says a correspondent
'"-'""Ask your teighbor to subscribe
OF TOE 40tH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES,
PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION.
No. 11. An Act for the protection in
certain cases of persons making disclo
sures as parties, or testifying as witnesses.
De it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States o
America in Congress assembled, That n
answer or other pleading of any party
ind rio discovery, or evidence obtained
by me ns of any judicial proceeding fron
any party or witness in this or any foreigr
country, shall be given in evidence, or i;
any inauner used against such party o
witness, or his property or estate, in an
court of the United States, or in any pro
ceeding by or before any officer of the
Lnited state, in respect to any crime, or
for the enforcement of any penalty or for
feiture by reason of any act or omission ot
such party or witness : Provided. That
nothing in this act shall be construed to
xempt any partv or witness from prose
cution and punishment for perjury com
mitted by turn m discovering or testifying
Six. 2. And be it further enacted. That
ihis act shall take effect from its passage.
nd shall aoplv to all pending proceedings.
as well as to those hereafter instituted.
Approved. February 25. 1868.
No. 15. An Act authorizing the sale of
an unoccupied military site at Watertord,
Be it enacted br the Senate and ITouse
of Representatives of the United States
of America in Congress assembled. 1 bat
the Secretary of the Treasury be. and he
is hereby, authorized m his discretion to
sell to the highest and best bidder the
military site ot three acres ot land at u a-
terford. Lne county. Pennsylvania, be
longing to the United States, and pay the
proceeds into the treasury of the United
States. Approve-1, March 4 ISoS.
No. 1G. An Act restoring lands to mar
ket along the line of the Pacific railroads
J;e it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the Uni'ed States
of America in Congress assembled, That
nothing m the act approved July first.
eighten hundred and smty-two, entitled
An act to aid in the construction of a
railroad and telegraph line from the Mis
souri river to the Pacific ocean, and to
secure to the government the ue of the
same for postal, military, and other pur
poses," and the acts amendatory thereof,
shall be held to authorize the withdrawal
or exclusion from settlement and entry,
under the provisions of the pre-emption
or homestead laws, the even numbered
sections along the routes of the several
roads therein mentioned which have been
or may be hereafter located : Provided.
That such sections shall be rated at two
dollars and fifty cents per acre, and sub
ject only to entry under those laws, and
the Secretary of the Interior be, and is
hereby, authorized anil directed to restore
to homestead settlement, pre-emption, or
entry, according to existing laws, all the
even numbered sections of land belong
ing to the government, and now withdrawn
from mai Ket, on both sides, of tLe Pacific
railroad and branches, wherever said road
and branches have been definitely located.
Approved. March . 1SC8.
No. 17. An Act for the relief of set
tlers on the late Sioux Indian reservation,
in the State of Minnesota.
Pe it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled. That all
actual settlers, who have duly filed their
declaratory statements under the preemp
tion laws with the register of the proper
local land office, upon the unsold lands
now included within the limits of the late
Sioux Indian reservation, in the State of
Minnesota, shall be allowed two years
from and after the passage of this act with
in which to make proof and payment for
their claims, in accordance with the pro
visions of the second, and third sections of
the act approved March third, eighteen
hundred and sixty-three, providing lor the
disposal of said reservation.
Approved. March (J. 1SC8.
No. 11. A Resolution to authorize the
Secretary of War to employ counsel in
certain cast s.
Be it resolved by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United ' States
of America in Congress assembled. That
the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby,
authorized to employ counsel for the de
fence of the General of the army. Major
General George G. Meade, and Drevet
lirigad er General Thomas II. linger. Pro
vis. onal Governor of Georgia, and any
oilier officer or person entrusted with the
enforcement of" the reconstruction acts or
either of them, against any suit or proceed
ings, in any court, in relation to their offi
Speaker of the House of Kepresentaiive3.
B. F. Wade,
President of the Senate pro tempore.
Endorsed by the President: -Received
Februaiy lllh. KSlS.''
Note by the Department of State.
The foregoing resolution having been pre
served to the President of the United
Stares for his approval, and not having
been returned by him to the House ot
Congress in which it originated within the
time prescribed by the Constitution of the
I'liiied States, has become a law without
No. 12. A ittsolufion directing that the
Government of Great Lritain be supplied
with certain volumes of the Narrative of
the Exploring Expedition.
Resolved by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled. That the
Librarian of Congress be. and is hereby,
directed to deliver to the Secretary of
State a set of Dana's Crustacea, being
olumes thirteen and fourteen of the Nar
rative of the Exploring expedition under
Captain Wilkes ; and "that" the Secretary
of State is hereby directed to deliver them
to the Government of Great Dritain.
Approved, February 26. 18f,3.
No. 15. A Resolution authorizing the
Light House Dnard to place warnings over
obstructions at the entrance of harbors,
or in the fairway of bays and sounds, and
for other purposes.
Resolved by the Senaft1 and House of
Repre entatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled. That the
Light House Board be. and they are here
by authorized, when in their judgment it
is deemed necessary, to place a light-vessel
or other suitable warning of danger
on or over any wreck or temporary ob
struction to tiie entrance of any harbor,
or in the channel or fairway of any bay or
Sec. 2. And be it further resolved. That
the Secretary of ' War is hereby directed
toappointa board cf competent engineers,
to consist of not less than three persons,
to examine the condition of the wreck of
the steamer -Scotland." now In the wa
ters of the harbor of the city of New York,
and ascertain whether the same is danger
ous to navigation, and to report thereon
at as early a day as practicable, with a
particular estimate of the cost of the re
moval of said wreck.
Approved, March 2. 1SGS.
No. lti. A Resolution relating to the
survey of the Northern and North western
Resolved by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled. That the
second section of an act entitled "An act
making appropriations tor the constnic
tion. preservation, and repairs of certain
fortifications and other works of defence
for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and sixty-eight." ap
proved March second, eighteen hundred
and sixty-seven, shall not apply 1o the ap
propriation for the survey of Northern and
Approved, March 2. 1SCS.
When you see farmers in any part of
the country abolishing their old Virginia
snake-fences and putting up walls, post
and rail, beard or wire enclosures, tou
4,v fcaow ptic of farnuiaoa tb t"is.
MIS CELL A XEO US.
Bv virtue of an execution issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of il ultnoniali aud to me directed,
in favor of 11. "W. Ediy and against A. L.
Marshall, for the sum of $1,5S3 G(i-100, in
iiold Coin of the U. S., and interest and
-3P 2-V MO cost, and for want of sufficient
)erson-U property out of which to make the
'sum, 1 have this 8th, duy of April 18GS, levied
ipon all the right, title, and interest of A.
L. Marshall, in aud to the following described
narcel of real estate, situated in Clackamas
jounty and bounded as follows: lieginuing
it a point on the road leading from Purllanu
to -.ibvaukie. lochs. 42 liuks South, and 1G
chs. 12 links East, of the quarter post be
tween sections i3 and li6, in Township one,
South, Range one East, thence East 21 cbs.
73 links, thence South 3 4-V East, two chs.
20 links, to a post, thence N bfc 15' East to
the donation claim of Hector Campbell,
thence southerly along the land of Campbell
55 and 1-2 chains, to land of Sfeth Luelling,
thence South SS SO' West along said Luell
ing's land to a stake, from which a fir tree
4 inches in diameter bears bouth 78 SO'
Wert, It links, thence South 83 30' W, 35
chiius lo links, thence South 2 East 64
chains 40 links, thence South t0 W, 11
chains 2 links to the East line of said road,
thence by said road North, 23 W, chains
So links. to the N.E. corner of lands belong
ing to M'Donald, and the south-east corner
of land of Lambert und Miller, thence North
Sa 15' West, 6 chains 40 links, thence North
31" So' West, 4 chains 50 links, thence North
lo 45' West 7 chains 50 links, thence North
23 So' West 6 chains, thence North, 15
West, 9 chains, thence North 5" West, 28
chains and 70 links to the place of beginning
containing Three Hundred and Sixty acres,
more or less, and I will sell the same at
Public Auction, to the highest bidder in
Gold Coin, on
Saturday the 8tk. day of August
1863, at lo o'clock A. M., of said day at the
Couit House door in Oregon City, in Clack
amas county Oregon, or so much thereof as
will satisty said execution and costs.
WM. P. BURNS,
23.4t) Sheriff of Clackamas Co.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas ss:
50 cent. Revenue stamp.J
MargaretS. Post, plaintiff, vs. Lzra J. Post
defendaut. Suit in equity to dissolve mar
7b Ezra J Pout, Kaid defendant :
In the name of the State of Oiegon, You
are hereby required to appear and answer
the corrplaint tiled against 3-ou in the above
entitled nction, within ten days from the date
of the service of this summons upon you, if
served within the said county; or, if served
in any other county of this State, then with
in twenty days from the date of the service
of this summons upon you ; and if you fail
so to answer, for want thereof, the plaiutifl
will taki judgment against you, and if you
fail to appear in said court on the first dav
of the term of said court, which shall be held
after six weeks publication of this summons
the plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said complaint, which is
tor a dissolution of the marriage contract
now existing between plaintiff and defendant
and that plaintiff have the care and custody
of the children mentioned in complaint.
Rv order W. W. Upton. Judtie 4th Judi
cial'District. S. HUiiLAT,
23.7t) Attorney for Plaintiff.
The Annual Assessment List, under the
United States Internal Revenue Law for Di
vision No. 4, consisting of Polk. Marion,
and Clackamas counties, in the District of
Oiegon, will be open tor public examination
and correction at my office in
S'tlem fmm the sl day of April
to the ICth day of April IStis; where ad per
sons claiming deductions or abatement of
taxes, in consequence of erroneous assess
ment, must do so in writing before t he expi
ration ot this notice, as no deduction will be
ai lowed after the list is closed and turned
over to the Collector.
Salem, the 2sth dav of March, ISftS.
Wm. A. K. MKLLEX,
U. S. Assistant Assessor, 4tk jUcision,
24.2tj JJistrkt if Oregon.
poll 'SALE !
A lot of joung Cotv5, with still younger
calves. Apply to S. W. MOSS,
25.4t) Oregon City, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that there is mon
ey in the Treasury of Clackamas county for
the redemption of orders endorsed prior to
April 1st, li'JS. JOSEPH D. LOCLY,
Treasurer of Clackamas Co.
Oregon City, Aril Uth, IStiS. (25.3t
IX TIIE U.S. LAND OFFICE at Ongun
City, Oregon, 15cda Rubier vs. Marshall
hoberts. Contest in relation to the W half
ot the W half of sec. 2. T. 3 S R 1 W.
To siiid Marshal! Roberts: The said Beda
Kubler having made application at this office
to be permitted to procure the cancelation of
your homestead entry No. 214, made upon
s iid land, and to enter the same, alleging
that you have abandoned said land, and
making proof in support of said allegation.
011 are therefore, hereby notified that un
less you appear within thirty days from the
service hereof, and establish your ritjht to
said laiid, such proof of abandonment, will
be taken as true, and 3-our said entry report
ed for cancellation.
OWEN WADE, Register.
HENRY WARREN, Receiver.
March 17, 1 3S. 23. 4t
IN TIIE U. S. LAND OFFICE at Oregon
City. Oregon, William A. Clark vs. Field
ing F. Ilibler.
To sa d Fielding F. Ilibler : You are here
by notified that the said William A. Clark
has mad ' application at this oHice to be jjer
mitted to enter the S half of Northwest
quarter and N half of Southwest quarter of
sec. 25 T. 3 S. R. ! E, alleging that you have
abandoned the same and making proof in
support of such allegation, and unless you
appear within thirty davs from service here
of and establish your rights to said land,
such proof of abandonment will be taken
us true, and the said William A. Clark will
be allowed to enter the said lard.
OWEN WADE, Register.
HENRY WARREN, Receiver.
March 31st, ISoS. 24.4t.
IN TIIE U. S. LAN'n OFFICE at Oregon
City, Oregon, Robert 13. Peake vs.
Chailes A. Cantonwine:
To aid Charles A. Cantonwine: You
ate hereby notified that the sairt Robert R.
Peake, has applied at this office to be per
milled to enter the S half of the Southwest
quarter ot sec. 2o, and the N halt of the
Northwest quarter ot section 29. T. 3 S. U.
1 E, and to have your homestead entry No.
2.V, embracing said tract canceled, alleging
thatj'ou have abandoned the same, and mak
ing proof in support to such allegation : and
you are further notified that you will be al
lowed thirty days from service hereof in
which to appear and establish your right to
said land, and on failure to do so that said
oroof of abandonment will be taken as true
and vour entry reported for cancellation.
OWEN WADE, Register.
HERRY AVAR REN, Receiver.
March 31st, 1 Slid. 24.4t.
SFTo the Union voters of Clack
amas countv. The undersigned is a candi
date for Shei iff, at the June election, atd de
sires bis friends to rally to his support.
D. II. GOOD.
Book and Job Printing !
rjMIK ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Is supplied with every requisite for doing
a superior style of work, and is constant
ly accumulating new and beautiful styles
of material, aud is prepared for every
BOOK AND JOB
AT SATISFACTORY PRICES.
The Public are invited to call and
examine both our specimens and facilities
for doing work.
rOUTLAXB EUSIXESS GUIDE.
Persons having business in Portlaud are ad
vised to note the following firms.
1&01S121&T II. MW,
Hard Wood Lumber
AXD WAGON MATERIALS I
HAS NOW ON RAND and TO ARRIVE
the finest stock ever imported ts this
coast. Being selected under his personal
mipervision he can warrant it to be of the
best, and would call the attention of dealers
and wagon makers to his assortment of
ASH, AND niCKORY,
II U liS, SPOKES, FELLOES,
AXLLS, POLES, BENT KIMS
Shaft, Bows, Single trees, Plow
Reams and Ilundles, die
Orders for the aboTC, also for Soxes, Thim
bles, Skeins, Iron and bteel, promptly
HOKEltT II. JLAW,
Commission Merchant, 33 First St.,
Corner of Pine, Portland, Oregon.
3?" Consignments solicited. (36. ly
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the Western,
Wm. T. Shanahan,
. IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
M US 1 CA L INSTR UMRXTS,
FIXE EX Gil A VIXGS,
TIIE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
of Engravings, Cromos, Plain and col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before offered
in this market, just receied and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Views of Columbia River Scenery I
Constantly on band.
AGENT FOR BltADBlT.Y S CELEBRATED
Gssfi,Bat Scale JPiJisaos I
Which have given universal satisfaction,
and which te guarantees to sell at San Fran
Special attention given to framing
Photograph Engravings, etc.
Mr. Shanahan, formerly of A. Koh
ler's establishment. San Francisco, will at
tend to tuning and repairing Pianos, Melo
deons, and all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos for Rent. (3'J.ly
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
Pioneer Eockseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his obi
customers (and as many new ones as may
not be acquainted witti the fact) that tie still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(EXACTLY OITOSITE MOUXT IIOOb)
"Where he is prepared to furnish
IXSTRUC'J IOX JJOOA'S for all kinds of
CIIUlJCil lUU-lt: JLiOOKS,
BASS, VIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
And every other article in the above line.
C X?, 1J JK rJ
AND PAPER HANGING
BKG LEAVE TO ISFORM TIIE
public that we have
Removed to the Fine Store IIo. 9
Front street, Poitland,
Formerly occupied by
Messrs. ('ohn, Lyon & Ivavfman
Where we shall now open our latest impor
FLOOR AND TABLE
WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS
CORNICES AND BANDS.
And all goods in the
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY LIIJE !
"VVe Import our Goods IMrect from the
East, and sell at less Ihnn San
Francisco Prices !
No. 89 Front street, between Alder
So.) and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
A LARGE INVOICE OF SE IV
Sunday School and Gift Books !
I7R0M THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
. ly and
Various other Publishing Houses!
For sale by the subscriber, on Jefierson st.,
between 2d and 3d. Portland, On gun
G. II. ATKINSON, Secretary,
52.1yl and Treas. Oregon Tract Soc.'y.
BILLS & ro.
CAMP A CO.
noGAx a co.
Portland Cray and Hack Co.,
Ofnce at Dwy and Iluri Stahles,
Cor. Stark and Second sis, Portland.
-c? All business ttitmaten in n i,i
with care and dispatch. No commissions
charged on freight advanced. Orders lor
hacks promptly attended to, day or night.
Island Sugar and Molasses.
9 gQQ KEGS ISLAND SUGAR;
' 150 EBLS. ISLAND MOLASSES,
, ex-Honolulu I'acket, and for
tal by lTCRAtEN, ILKSRLul. jfc CO.
OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD,
COMING TO OEEGON CITY !
Now is the Time to
The Establishment of
WnO IIAVE JUST RECEIVED ONE OF THE LARGEST AND EEST As
sortments of "
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ever brought to this Market, consisting, in part of
CLOTHING. OF ALL. DESCRIPTIONS, For Ger.ts' and Boys' wear!
FURNISHING GOODS. Of every variety !
LADIES' DRESS GOODS. Of all kmds and colors;
LADIES' CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FURS. HOSIERY, etc.,
MERRIMAC PRINTS. WHITE GOODS, etc.,
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
GROCERIES -And an endless variety of goods, too numerous to mention.
"Wliicii tlaey Intend to sell ILoweitlisoa
An j Mouse in Oregon I
If anyone is disposed to doubt the gemiineness of the above statements,
Especially the latter all the undersigned ask cf them is, that they
Call and Examine the Goods and Prices !
And satisfy themselves. We may he. found at the od stand, the Brick
Building, Main street Oregon City. JACOB dj BROTHER.
0O Covntry Produce taken in exchange for go ds. 58
Look Out ! The Railroad is not Coming Yet !
PEOPLES' TRANSPORTATION C.
And Rolling in
HSlli El BID
Ctarnian & Warner's old Brick Store, Tflain Street,
Where h-e not ot ly intends to sell, but
Will Sell Cheaper than any other House in the City.
I will say, COME OXE, COME ALL, and satisfy yourselves that it is no trouble to
me to show poods. I have received one ol the largest stocks ever brought to this mar
ket, consisting in pait of a fine assoittnent of
LADIES DRESS GOODS. BALMORALS. FURS of various descriptions ;
' CLOAKS, st.ch as Circulars and Sauks ;
KID GLOVES, best qualilv ;
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, all widths;
BOOTS AN D SIIO ICS : 1 1 ATS AND C APc ; CLOTHING ;
FINE BLACK DRESS SUITS ;
CASSIM ERE SUITS;
SUPERIOR BEAVER SUITS :
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities,
ja?- A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all on the most reasonable terms.
Alsi.i a large stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assortment.
All kinds of Produce Bought.
RUB B E R
IIS Mtmt gomci-y tSlirct,
Saa Francisco California.
Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers
of all kiuds India Rubber lioods.
Rubber Clotbissg I
All kinds and styles !
Druggist and Fancy Goods,
Balls and Toys,
Pipes and Canes,
Air and Water Goods !
Rubber "Seels. Ties !
For Ladies and Gentlemen !
Wagon springs, & Shaft Rattlers,
Curry Combs, and Horse Boots,
B ache's and Pails,
Gloves aud Xapkin Rings,
Card Baskets c Fans.
Latest styles of
Rubber tScwclry 2
By every steat.ier.
Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast.
82 Lake street, Chicago.
347 Broadway, New York. 4.".tf
No.DO First street, Foiiland,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Garden.
Grass and 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 Packed icith care for
NUTS Pea nuts, Brazil-nuts, Wal nuts, Fil
berts apd Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bought expressly for farnilv use.
ZW Alt of which is offered for cash at
cash prices. Orders solicited.
35:ly JOII. O'tOXXOR.
; No. 90 First St., PortUnd, Oregon.
Willamette Lndge X'o. 131. O. G. T.
Meets every Saturday evening, at the rooms
S.E. corner of Mam and Fifth streets, at 7 1-2
w clock. Visiting membara axe invited to
attend. By ordr of yr. q
Take Passage for
the Goods for
G ROB'S MUSICAL
Dcy and Boarding School for
Young Ladies !
THUS INSTITUTE IS SITUATED IN A
retired and beautiful locution, away
from the business portion of the city,
On Third, betircen B and C streets
Attached to the building are extensive anc
beautiful grounds, for tiie convenience ot
(mpUs. The Educational Department will
he in-charge of an ellicient corps of Teach rs
No effort will be spared to make this In
stitute equal to the best on the I'acitic coast.
The Course of Studies
Will embrace all the branches usually taugh
in first class Seminaries in the East, in
cluding the Classics, French, Ger
man, Spanish, Mathematics, fce.
The Musical department will be conducfec
by Prof. II. Gt ino Gnon, Graduate ol Planet'
Conservatoire. Pmties from the couutr
may est assured thutunoer the care of .Mis
Giob, Mutron of the Establishment), thej
will experience all the attentions of a moth
er, and enjoy the comforts of a home.
Particular attention will be paid tc
the choice ot Text Rooks, in order to avoid
anything of a Sectional or Purtizan Lature
in our curriculum of studies.
For further particulais, enquire at the In
stitute, or address
II. GUIDO GROB.
xi.tf P. 0. R'.x No. K,S, Portland.
C. If. MYER
PLIiMBIA'G, (US & STEAM
Xo. 110 Fiit Slrtft Portland
Hot Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washsands,
Sheet Lead and Block: Tin,
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELBOW, RETURN BEXDL
NIPPLES, I! US J 'UNO -S, d-c,
for Steam, Water and Ous.
A I .SO
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages, Whistles
Tailon Pumps, Steam Guages, Giobe,
Angle, and Check Valves, Guage
Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinds
ot Urass Work. Kuboer
Hose, Hose Pipes, Ac.
Hotels, public buildings, and piivate resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in ste.'tn or hot air apparatus.
I iuvite citizens generally to call and ex
amine my stock, which has been selected
with great care, and especial attention given
to the wants of this market.
May is, IS7. l:lv Q. . MYERS.
BARLOW & FULLER, OREGON CITY,
have on hand ior sale, in lots to suit
purchasers, the celebrated 1I03JT0R
TLOU22. Try it.
F (JUTLAND BUSINESS GUIDE.
Persons haing business in Portland are ad
vised to note the following firms.
IRON WORKS COMPANY!
North Front and E sts.,
BOILER BUI LDERS.
rpHESE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
I honk nf th river, one block north ol
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and etucieni j.
We have secured tne services ui wi.uuum
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
this o.ntist for fifteen years riv 3
him a thorough knowledge of the various
kinds of machinery required tor mining and
milling purposes. We are prepared to exe
cute orders for all classes of machinery and
boiler works, such as
MINING AND STEAMBOAT MACHINERY .
FLOURING MILLS ! SAW MILLS !
QUARTZ MILLS ! 1 MIXING PUMPS ! !
&C, &C, &C.,
Manvfactvre and Rezair Machinery of all
Unas. IRON SHUTTER WORK at San
Francisco cost and freight. Wheeler tf- Ran
dall's Patent Grind- an! Amulgamat-or.
Punoar's and Steceii's Self Adjusting J atent
ltj-,n. Pn'Linn either anolitd tu old or new
steam cylinders. Qxartz Stampers, Shoes and
dies, if the best hard iron. o.ii
E. J. NORTHROP & CO.,
OFFICII FOR SALE LOW
Builders' Hardware and Carjoenfers'
Blacksmiths'1 and Machinists' Tools,
Coopers' und Tanners' Tools,
Minify and Farmers' Tools,
Mill and Cross- Cut Sans,
Ship and Steamboat. Hard tea re,
Tar, Pilch, Oakum, Oars, Packing,
Manilla and Hemp Cordage,
Anchors, Blocks and Sheaves,
Powder, Fuse, Shot, Lead and Caps,
Wooden Ware, Twines and Brushes.
Blacksmiths' Goods, Cumbetland Coal, Put
nam, New York and Grittin Horse Nails,
Malleable Nuts and Irons for Bug
gies and Wagons; Wagon Skeins
and Iron Axles, ail sizes.
WAGON TIMBER. '
IIuls, Spr-l'es, A.ck, Polts and Shaft, Rent
Rims, Sawed fcilves, dec, tbc.
for A. S. Hsilliilie & Co., "Wire
jggT" Circulars furnished on application.
Our facilities for purchasing goods in the
Eastern Markets beintr of n superior charac
ter, we are enabled to offer goods in our line
at as low lates as they can be purchased in
this market. We call the attention of deal
ers to our sV'ck, which comprises the most
complete and extensive assortment of goods
in this line evi-r oti'ered in this market.
SO P. J. NOKTlIItCP Cv.,
131 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
ME0SS0ORFFEB & BBQ
a iid 1m pi trier of,
Ant Wholesale and Rttail L'eakrs in-,
And HATTER'S MATERIALS,
No. 72 Front street, Portland Ort-gon.
Are receiving, in addition to their extensive
stork, by every steamer, all the latest styles
of New V ik, London and Parisian taste, for
gentlemen's and children's n ear, which they
will sell cheaper than any other house on
the Pacific coast.
P. S. Hats of every style and description
made to older, also neatly repaired. 13y
KIGGINS & CO.
Are Now 2iaini.'atlini;ig a. Superior
Chemical, Olive, Pale, and Brown
"TT7IIICU WE WILL SELL AT SAN
Francisco Prices, and deliver to up
river boa's free of charge.
All orders sent to Portland Soap Factory,
or to McCraken, Merrill &. Co., Agents, will
miet with prompt attention.
W. L. HIGUINS & CO.,
No. S Front Street, Portland, Oregon,
One block north of O. S. N. Co.'s Whaif.
McCKAKEN, MERRILL & CO., Agents
Pioneer Beck Bindery.
ORKGOMA X BUIL.DIXG,
No. 5 Washington Street,
BLANK BOOKS RULED and BOUND to
anv desired pattern.
MUSIC BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWS
PAPERS, Etc., bound in every variety of
style known to the trade.
Orders from the country promptly at
E. G. RANDALL,
IMPORTER AXu DEALER IX
Sheet Music, and Musical Merchandise of
all kinds. Sole Agent in Oregon for
CELEBR.V1ED AUiAET ORGAN" I
Sir i ww ay Si Sen'
GOIjO fllKOAL, lIAAO POUTES !
First street, next door to the Post Oflice
Portland, Oregon. (4.tf
THE BEST SELECTION
And largest assortment of
Ladies' Gents', Misses', Boys'
Can be had at the PHI LA DELPHI A ROOT
AM) SlleiE STORE, No.Wi Front tr-t.
j. ,iM,ia, opjH,ue il alter Jiro. Carint xlore
where new irooiU r,f t!i :.t,.it ,t..i .... ....
ccived by every steamer, direct from the east
i .. i . 1 : . ti .
"'"""."s us to sen ciieaper tlian any other
CVw,t ,u ma tii. ivam ot UAHALIN.
XA 112 Front street. Poi tland.
John Westsr, Architect,
OFFICE EX CARTER'S BUILDING,
Front St., Portland Oregon.
Business Houses, Halls, Churches,
Tenements, Cottages, Suburban
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF BRICK AND FRAME
Buildings Designed and Flanned
With accuracy, and scrupulously and faith
fully superintended. JOwuera interests
considered paramount. I7.it
OS WEG 0 B U SIX ESS.
J. A. MacD0KALD7 j
Green Street .Oswego, Oregon
Post Master and. Dealer in
GENERAL M ERCII A NEUSE
Groceries, Wines and Liquor : '
CSWEGO EKEWRY- ;
AN V lil L L 1 A Li 1) SALOOB. !
Henry Gans, Proprietor. f
The proprietor of the above saloon visW
to inform his iriends.and the public in
I eral that he is now ready to accommodate
, tiiem with the best of Liquors, Beer, Wine !
j & Cigars. Also agent lor the sale of Hum. I
Del s ori'guu viij uvci ,vrtan) Ale etc
Orders promptly attended to. t jfi'
NOTICE TO ALL
First Class Fine or Coarse Q-
Soots said Shoes!
Made or Repaired. Enpecial care and at
tention paid to orders for tine work, such t
Ladies' and Misses Fine Gaiters, Gente' Fine
French Calf Booth, etc.
pT" Orders solicited from abroad will bt
executed wi'h neatness and dispatch.
TERWILLIGER & SMITH,
40.tf Green St., Oswego, Onpcir
.TOIIN SCHADE .Proprietor;
IS now prepared to receive and entertain
all who may favor him with their patron
age. The House is New and the Rooms are
Newly and Neat'y Furnished. The Table
will be supplied with all the delicacies of
the season. The House is situated near the
steamer landing. Toe proprietor will at all
times endeavor to give entire satisfaction ta
all who may favor him with a call, and
would respectfully solicit the patronage of
the Traveling Public. 4l:tf.
Board per w eek ... ?) 00
Board and Lodging 6 00
Single Meals 50
ts- Main otueet.
Nearly Opposite IFooZen Factory.
W. L. WHITE. I
T.W. KHOADES, f Iropnetors.
Oregon City. Orep;on.
We invite the citizens of Oregon City, and
the traveling public, to give us a share of
their patronage. Meals can be had at all
hours, to please the n ost fastidious. 15
Notice to the Public.
Ill AVE this day closed the Barlow House
in favor of the Cliff House. Hope my
old customers will give their liberal patron
age to the above well kept house. They
will tind Messrs. White & Khoadts alvva;i
on hand to make guests comfortable.
WM. BAH LOW.
Oregon Citv, August 1, TSi7.
Main street, (opposite the Woolen Mills,)
Oregon City, Oregon.
E.B.KELLY, - - - Proprietor.
ZT This is the most commodious Ilot'l
in the city. Newly lurmshed, and just open
for the reception of guests.
It will be the'endeavor of the Propri
etor to make his guests comfortable. j'J'Uf
Main Street Oregon City.
JACOB EOEHII, Proprietor.
HEDttTIOS IV PRICES!
The undersigned wishes to give notice
that from Saturday , October ."th, ib'i", prices
at the above house will be as follows :
Boaid and Lodging per wct-k f 5 00
Board without Lodging 4 0u
Board and Lodging per dav 1 uO
Oregon City, Oct. 3d, oOttf
New Columbian Hotel,
Nos. 11 R, 120 and 122 Front st.,
P. 3. SINHOTT, Proprietor. e
The largos, best, and most convenient
hotel in Portland. Located in the center of
business, and near nil the steamer landings
Can accommodate six hundred persons.
At Reduced Rates !
Board and Lodging, per day, from 25 to
1 5o according to the room occupied,
and cheaper by tke week. Suits of
Rooms, and superior accommoda
tions tor families. A good fire
proof sale, for use of guests.
HOUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT!
Z'-Y" Hotel Omnibus, with the name of the
Hotel on it, will be at the landings on the
arrival of steamers, and will convey passen
gers and baggage to and from this hoti 1 free
ot charge. Warm and cold Baths. I xi.tJ
W ii a t Cheer House,
Nos. 120,, 123 and 130 Front street,
The undersigned having taken this well
known house, solicit increased patronage
from the traveling public. The House has
lately been refitted, and the proprietors are
now able to otfer additional inducements to
their patrons. The table will be furnished
with the best market affords, and be under
the imrnediatesupervision ot the proprietors
Rooms well furnished and well ventilated.
A lar're tirp-nrnrif :if fV,i- rh Hi.ri.wir i.t ...
valuables. Baggage taken to the hotel fre
of charge. Board per week $5 00
Board and lodging ' ?rtoS00
(According to the room occupied.)
Nothing will be left undone, which is in
the power of the proprietors to render guests
comfortable. LYONS, LEONARD & Co.,
Corner of First and Morrison streets,
Th; best and most comfot table Hotel in the
State, where every want is anticipated,
and cheerfully supplied. Warm and
cold Baths a'ttactied to the house.
This Hotel is located near the steamship
Landing. The Hotel Coach will be in at
tendance at all the Landings, to convey
tiassengers und baggage to aud from tne
Louse tree of charge.
SLWELL & PORCEV.
(Late LINCOLN LI O USE,)
No. Ri Front street, Iirl lit utl Orfgcn
L. P. W. QL'I.MHV, Pkoi'kietou,
(Late if Western Hotel.)
This house is the most commodious in the
State, newly furnished, and it will be the en
deavor ot the proprietor to maldhis guests
comfortable. The Baggage Wagon will al
ways be found at the land iig oiTthc arrival
of steamships ami river boats, earning hr.e-
gage to tne house tree ot charge. J I -1 j
PATT0N H 0 U S eT
Two doors south of the old Court House,
Front street, Portland, Oregon.
W. N. Patton Proprietor.
Single meals, 25 cents Beds, 23 cents.
This house is newly fitted, and furnished
in the best style. xiira
The Original Paxaratta
T 1 in his 0I'
o J customers aud the public, i"-"
Ilia New IIestakrant,
Two doors from Alder, on First street, Port
land, is now open.
0tcis, Game, Chops, etc