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DOVT LEAVE THE FARM, feOYS.
Come, boys, I hare something to tell you
QCome near, I ivould whisper it low:
You are thinking of leaving the homestead
Don't be in a hurry to go,. .. J .....
The city has many attractions,
But think of the vices and sins ;
When once in tbyortex of fashion,
I (-JIow soon the downward course begins. ' '
You talk of the mines of Australia
They're wealthy in gold, without doubt ;
But ah ! there is gold on the farm, boys,
If only you'll shovel it out.
The mercantile life is a hazard
The goods are first high, and then low ;
Better risk the old farm a while longer
Don't be in a hurry to go..
The great busy Vest has inducements, -
And so Las the busiest mart ; ;
lt wealth is not made in a'day; boys
Don't be in a hurry to start !
GThe bankers and brokers are wealthy '
They take in their thousands or so :
Ah ! think ot the fruads and deceptions
Dou't be in a hurry to go. ...
Tne farm is the safest and surest
The orchards are loaded to-day ;
You're free as the air of the mountains,
And monarch of all you survey,
Better stay on the farm a while longer,
Though profits should come rather slow j
Remember you've nothing to risk, boys
!on't be in a hurry to go ! '
OFattexixg Chickens. A constant read
er of the Extekphise, gives the following
directions for fattening for market or for
the table, such chickens as it may riot be
lesiroH3 to keep on account of any fault of
form or color : Recollect, that any bird,
however faulty as to color or shape, or
however deformed, will do perfect eat
ing. A little extra feeding " while vonn-r
will cause these pariahs to contribute to
the support of their more highly favored
fellows. But unless for home consumption,
it will be useless to kill them if they fare
with the others in the yard, rutting them
up will not only fatten them, but it is won
derful to those unaccustomed to it, to ob
serve their growth in a short time. Ama
teurs, wlufkre family men, know some
thing of the appelites of long, lean boys,
the monstrous consumption of food, which
all seems devoted to the growth of arms
and legs. It is the result of exercise. It
ii equally true of chickens; and it is hope
less to attempt to fatten them while at lib
erty. They must be put in a proper coop;
and this, like most other poultry appurte
nances, need not be expensive. To fatten
twelve fowls, iPcoop may be three feet
long, eighteen inches high, and eighteen
inches deep, made entirely of bars. No
part of it solid neither top, sides nor
bottom. Discretion must be used accord
ing to the size of tl, chickens put tip.
They do not want room; indeed the closer
they ftre the better provided they can all
rtford up at the same time. Care must be
taken to put up such as have been apus
tomed to be together, or- they will fight.
If one is quarrelsome it is better tore
move it at once; as, like other bad exam
ples, it soon finds imitators. A diseased
thicken should not be put up.
'A coop, such as we have described,
should be put in any out-housc where it is
ered from draught, and at night should
be 'corded with sacks. Fowls will not
I'aii if they are cold. The bars of the
i ()p Slay bo an inch and a half apart, and
the food and water must be put outside.
The latter must be clean, cool and fresh.
" The food should be ground oats; and
may either be put in a trough, or on a flat
board running along the front of the coop.
It may be mixed with either water or milk;
the latter is belter. It should be well
hlaked. forming a pulp as loose as can be.
provided it does not run. off the board.
They must be well fed two or three
times per day the Drst time as soon after
daybreak as may be possible or conveni
ent, and then at intervals of three hours.
Kach meal should be as much and no more
than they can eat up clean. When they
have done feeding, the board should be
wipedund some gravel rnay be spread.
It causes them to feed and ibrive.
"After a fortnight of this treatment you
will have good fat fowls. If, however,
there arc but four or six to be fatted, they
jnust not have as much room as though
there were twelve. Nothing is easier than
to allot them the proper space; as it is on
ly necessary to have two or three pieces
tf wood to pass between the bars, and to
lornr a partition. This may also serve
wheji fowls areup at different degrees of
l.itness. This requires attention.ajr fowls
will not keep fat and heallhy. As soon
us the fowl is sufficiently fatted it must be
killed; otherwise it will still get fat, but it
will lose flesh. If fowls are intended for
the market, of course they are, or may be,
nil f)itted at once; but if for home con
sumption, it is better to put them up at
nich intervals as will suit the time when
they will be required for table. When the
time arrives for killing, whether they are
meant for market or otherwise, they should
be fasted without food or water for twelve
or fifteen hours. This enables them to be
kept for soft' time after being killed, even
in hot weather.
'There is more trouble than expense in
fattening a fowl; and if these directions
are carried out, the drafts of the yard will
furnish many good meals, or pay for food.
It is only necessary to make one more re
:ark. These instructions follow our en
treaties to amateurs and breeders to dis
jjose of faulty birds before they have be
come costly y consumption of food. All
the foregoing will be thrown away if prac
ticed on old fowls; nothing will make them
u-nder. Therefore, put them tip while
ihey are young if you waut to eat tender,
juicy fowls, and still more if yon want to
sell at a good price. They are worth far
more now than they will be after you have
kept them three months longer." -
Apple worms may be caught in large
numbers by the simple process of wind
ing bay ropo3 around the trunks of the
trees, just before the worms begin to leave
the fruit. The grubs will bide in the ropes
lbfethc purpose of spinning their cocoons,
una may be found by unwinding the coils
-A farmer named Samuel Robinson,
residing near Melbourn, iu Derbyshire,
England, recently took the prize at Bir
mingham, and the Royal Horticultural
FaiAs, lor six cao wages, the aggregate
weight of which was 433 pounds" bein"'
a.u average of 72i ponnd3 to the cabbage.
In Montgomery county, New York
farmers sow two and one-half bushels of
oats to the acre. And the cast of oats
throughout the State of New York won't
vnvy much from that; fifty bushels pr
ac- would be confided a good yield.
Notice to our Headers.
A geriend invitation is extended io all Vie
readers of The "Weekly Ext'erpuise, to
send to the Editor . of this paper informa
tion on subjects connected with fanning,
gardening, and rurd economy. - -
Pcmps. C. II. Myers, 110 First
street, Portland Oregon, has the largest as-
sortmentof pumps ever offered in that mar
ket, consisting of the best kinds of double
and siugie acting lift and force pumps, lift
pumps, double cylinder engine pumps, min
ing pumps, etc. See advertisement.
FlUENDS AT THE East Would be de
lighted to receive a set of those beautiful
Stereoscopic Views of Oregon scenery, now
on exhibition and for sale, at the Music and
Gallery of Wm. T. Shanahan, one door
from the coiner of First and Morrison sts.,
near the Western Hotel, Portland, Uregon.
your neighbor to subscribe
for the Exterpbise.
THE LAW OP NEWSPAPERS.
If subscribers order the discontinuance of
their newspapers, the publisher may con
tinue to send them until all arrearages are
If subscribers neglect or refuse to take
their newspapers from the ollice to which
they are sent, they are held responsible un
til they have settled the bills and ordered
It subscribers move to other places with
out informing the publisher, and newspa
pers are sent to the former direction, they
arc held responsible.
Those of our mail subscribers whose
subscription still remains unpaid, will
observe the'X" marked in pencil, after the
name upon the margin of their papers.
We trust they will give it their early atten
tion, and forward us the amounts immedi
ately, according to bills sent them.
W I L LA M K T T E
IRON VOBKS COMPANY !
North I rout and t, sts.,
BOILER BUI LDERS.
rnilKSE WORKS ARE LOCATED ON the
1 bank of the river, one block north of
Couch's Wharf, and have facilities for turn
ing out machinery promptly and efficiently.
We have secured the services of Mr. John
Nation, as Director of the Works, whose ex
perience on this coast for fifteen years gives
him a thorough knowledge ot the various
kinds of machinery required for 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 1
QUARTZ MILLS I ! MINING PU MFS
&C., &C, &C.
Manufacture and Repair Machinery of all
kinds. JROX SHUTTER M ORA' at San
Francisco cost and freight. Wheeler k Ran
dall's Patent iirinder and Amalgamator
Ihrnbar's and Steven's Self Adnxtlna Patent
Vinton, - Packiua, either applied to old or new
steam cylinder a. Quarts Stamper, Shoes and
dUs,if the best hard iron,. - 3:ljr
A Collection of GleestQuartetts,Cho
rvses, Part -Songs, cf-c; By L. 0.
Emerson, author of ' The Jubilee."
Harp of Judah, Golden Wreath,
Merry Chimes, etc.
Upwards of half a million copies of Mr.
Emerson's'music books have been sold, a fact
proving a popularity which has rewarded nc
other author of the same dTs ot books, arse"
which cannot fail to. insure for this new vol
umean immense sale. The contents of thu
work are, for the most part, new. A large
number of valuable pieces have been con
tributed by Mr. I H. Southard, whose name
is a suthY'.eta! gua,rrtntee of the excellence.
The wal ked features of the collection are:
Originality brilliancy and variety, and it
will le fmiud. upon careful examination, that
th:i-e is no glee book before the public that
in every particular will prove so completely
s.t'ifactury to musical societies, and conven
tions, conservatories, clubs and amateur singers.-
lJice ; 12 per doz., mailed post
paid. OLIVER DiTSOX & Co.,
C. H. Ditsox & Co., New York 6.tf
HTIIE BEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED
L to Agents. Send at once for Territory
for the sale of the new edition revised and
Wells' Every Man his Own Lawyer !
Business Form Book.
The work embraces G"0 pages, and is sold
at the low urice of g-2 50. Airents desirous
of canvassing tor this work must apply at
once, as our territory is rapidlj' being taken,
Address: Subscription Department of
11. II. Bancroft & Co., Booksellers,
' San Francisco, California
JjET A number of other first rate works
now ready for canvassers. Send for circu
lars and state territory desired. (S3. -It
Ton PiHXTixe xeatIjY execut-
U eu at the h.Mt.Knu.')!; OrrlUk.
IN CLACKAMAS COUNTS',
That Blanks of
every description for
your use can bf ob
tained at the Enter
prise office, to order,
just as neatly printed
4 . j r1 I
sinn as invup :
as at any other estab
lishment in the State,
We will supply other
Counties at the same
TUSTICES' BLANKS, of every descrip
ft tion. for ile at the Ext-ehfiusk oSce.
i r.nuinv. CH.VCNCY BALL.
GRADON & Co.
: , ' , ' MAXCFACTCUEBS OP
Wagons & Carriages,
201 and' -203 Front st., Portland, Oregon.
fttr Waaons of every description
made iorortier. 'General Jobbing done
with neatness and dispatch.
Orders from the country promptly
at ie tided to."
r. n. itiLTir.rHGir,
Hildburg, Bros- & Co.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
All hums of Commies,
ri ' Scotch and Irish IlliisKics
Hum, Gin, Domestic Liquors, W ines.
A-c, tt'c, (vc.
Xo. 2(5 Front st O. S. 5
Co.'s new brick
block, Portland Oregon, ,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
3?" S,0O Pairs have just been received at
ttae 1 kuucH Ipma lioot store, comprising ev
erything intended for the understanding
which Kast & Cahalio.-. 132 Front street
Portland, are prepared to sell at the lowest
uvirg price. !5te advertisement.
ffl ?j 9j sv 1WSV 1
U a i I "idiiiiiiil
INTEND TO CEASE BUSINESS
IX THIS STATE!
3.6nA B. GOLDSMITH, Agent.
Life Insurance Company
Of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Organized i 859.
5. S. Daggett President
i. W. Kellogg Secretary.
23,000 Members 3,500,000 Assets.
Business of the Year IS 67.
Amount Insured, over .
Paid claims by Death
There are hut seven Purely Mutual
Companies doing business in the
United States, as per Massa
chusetts reports, and those,
seven are the most successful f
TS OXE OF THE SEVEN!
It makes its ten payment jwlicies no,
forfeiting for onetenth, after one
payment. Other companies do
after two or three payments.
Xo extra charge for traveling to and
from the Atlantic States, Europe,
Oregon, or the Islands.
It has not raised its rates, as some
comj)anies have, io make large divi
dends, but continues at the same
rates as at organization, and
making even larger divi
dends than the eastern con2anies.
Comparison Endowment Policies
Age Thirty, Payable at Forty.
New Kngland . . .
. .96 3G
. . . l'H rs
. . . 10t3 25
.. 115 10
Equal to a dividend in advance,
from 10 to 20 per cent. Its per
centage of expenses and, losses
onrcceipts, are less than any
pu rely Mutual Company.
Investigate our company before Insur
tng. Jiejer vy permission w we
following citizens of Portland:
Rev. W. II. toy, John Nestor,
A. L. Lovejoy, lieriah Brown,
Michael O'Connor .1. K. Ilobh,
W. J. VanSchuyvcr, K. G. Skidmore,
And numerous others, Insured in the
Elmore fc Howe, General Agents,
513 Montgomery street.,
Sax Francisco, Cai..
O. Kilbourn, Local Agent,
A. Chatmax. M. D Medical Examiner
rfFor Blanks, information, &c,
hi. 11. JUUiNSIUiN,
Carter's Block, Portland Ortaon.
Agent for Oregon and the Territories.
Tifc Iiiswrsaiicc Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets Nearly $5,000,000 00.
DlViuExn to Jajclmry 1st, 1S67,
Dividend of 16G7, 40 per cent. Cash.
rnillS LARGE DIVIDEND IS till
JL gratifying, and assures the r-oLicv hold
vii flint, thpv will, in this carefully condactd
company, obtain insurance at the lowest cost
consistent with tne satetv ot tne insured.
Policies non Forfeiting,
After one Paijment.
Credit Given for part of
The Premium if Desired
Prompt Payment of Losses!
IJ" All classes of Life and Endowment
Ess?" Important JSeio Features in
Dividends, and Modes of Insurance ,
The following are examples of the opera
tions of the last dividend. Policies issued
in ISfiS only four vears ago:
Amount Premium Added Total
Aee. Insured. Paid. to Policy. Amount
40 UV",( )fl,2so ?3.z f i.),;)
35 8'!.0 3,i ".'2 2.S-JS 10.S4S
30 7,5"0 73 2,78 lo,2()8
25 7,oo0 571 2,505 '.',505
This is an entirely new plan, originating
with this company, and gives insurers the
largest return ever made by any company in
thu same neriod. All information, books.
blank Applications, can be obtained from
C. P. FERRY, Agent,
103 Front st., Portland, Oregon
Da. A. D. Ellis,
Du. W. II. Watkixr, Medical Examiners.
Loca I A sr c
JOHNSON & McCOWN ARE THE Local
Agents in Oregon City, of the Pacific
hire Insurance Company the best doing
business on this ceast. This Company is
the only one in Oregon thai
Issue Policies and Adjusts Less
Without referring the case to San Francisco
ALSO, AGENTS OF THE
North America Life Insurance Co.
Presenting the most desirable features
having its policies guaranteed by the State
of New 1 ork.
vZftT In't deTar attention to these mat
ters until four property is destroyed by lire
or until von are sick, when yon cat not be
insured. Call immediately. (S2.tf
C. P. FERRY,
Ifo. 10S Front street, Portland.
gent North British and Mercantile
And Manhattan Life Insurance Co
f i OYERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS
VX Bond.t, and Real Estate bought and
sold on Commission. f--
THE BEST SELECTION
And largest assortment of
Ladies' Gents', Misses. Boya'
BOOTS and SHOES.
Can be had at the VIIILADELVHJA ROOT
A XI) SHOE STORE, Xo. 112 Front street,
Portland, opj)0ite Walter Pros. Carpet store,
where new goods of the latest styles are re
ceived by every steamer, direct from the east,
enabling us to sell cheaper than any other
store in ths city. KAST & CAH AL1X.
112 Front street, Portland.
HUROBEH & SHINDLER !
106, 158, 17U, 173
First street, corner of Salmon,
IMPORTERS AND MANCFACTl "KERS OF
Parlor, Bedroom, Diningronm, Office
and Library Furniture !
Pure curled Hair, Eureka hair, Moss
Pulu, Wool and Straw Matrasses,
Spring Matrasses of all descriptions
On Hand and Made to Order.
We are constantly adding to our already
large stock, and purchasers will rind a most
to select from. No pains will be spared to
do justice io our patrons, both as to prices
and quality. e have a large stocK oi case
goods, sue ii as
Walnut Bedroom suits !
Imitation Maple !
Oak and Rosewood suits!
Arm. Dining, and Wood seat chairs!
WE SUPPLY DEALERS AND MERCHANTS
Receiving orders from the country at the
lowest prices !
29.) 11U1UJUEN ASHLMJLLK.
One door south from the corner of First and
Morrison streets, near the AYestern,
Wm. T. Shanahan,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IV
M USICAL INSTR UMENTS,
FINE ENGRA VINOS,
THE FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK
of Engravings, Cromos, Plain and col
ored Lithographs, etc., ever before offered
in this market, just receicd and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Views of Columbia River Scenery !
Constantly on hand.
AO EXT FOR BRADBTRY S CELEBRATED
Grs&! Scale Pismos !
Which have triven universal satisfaction,
;ind which he guarantees to sell at San Fran
ZXy Special attention given to iraming
Photograph Engravings, etc.
5v Sir. Shanahan, formerly ot A. toh-
ler's establishment. San Francisco, will at
tend to tuuins' and repairing Pianos, Melo
deons, and all kinds of .Musical Instruments.
Pianos for Kent. (3t-l'
Sixteen Years in Oregon.
S. J. &?5Igr&uck,
Pioneer Bookseller and Publisher
Of this State, desires to inform all his old
customers (and as manv new onus as may
not be acquainted with the fact) that he still
continues to operate at the
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE,
105 Front Street, Portland,
(exactly opposite mount uood)
Where he is prepared to furnish
IXSTlil'CTIOX ROOKS for all kinds of
CIIUKCIl u;ic HOOKS
BASS, YIOL, GUITAR and VIOLIN
And every other article in the above line.
O .A. HP 3E T
AND TArER HANGING
BEO LEAVE TO IXFORM
public that we have
Removed to the Fine Store No. 89
Front street, Portland,
Formerly occupied by
Messrs. ('ohn, Lyon Kaufman
Where we shall now open our latest impor
FLOOR, AND TABLE
WINDOW SHADES, DAMASKS
CORNICES AND BANDS
And all goods in the
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY liSTE !
"Ve Import our Goods Direct from tlie
East, and sell at less than San
Francisco Prices J
No. S9 Front street, between Alder
and Washington, Portland, Oregon.
Pioneer Book Bindery.
OREGON IAN iiUIJLDING5
. S. 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
tended to. J
J. II. MITCHELL. J. X. DOLPH. A.SMITH.
Mitchell, Dolph & Smith,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lata,
Solicitors in Chancery, and Proc
tors in Admiralty.
Zjif Office oer the old Post Office, Front
street, Portland, Oregon.
K. C. GIBBS. C. W. PARRISU,
Notary Public and Com. of Deeds.
GIBBS & PARRISH,
Attorneys and Counselors at. Law,
OFFICE On Alder street, in Carter's
New Brick Block. n3
0. P. MASON,
Attorney axd Counselor at Law,
102 Front st., Portland, Oregon.
ILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS IN ANY
Court in the State or Washington
Territory. Including business
DALY & STEVENS,
Office Removed to No. 101 Front street,
Opposite McCormick's Book-Stoie.
WILL GlYE SPECIAL ATTENTION
to the Collecting and adjustment of
accounts, bills and notes; Negotiating Inland
bills; effecting loans; sell i tig and leasing
real estate ; house renting, and to the gen
eral agency business in all its branches.
JAS. 1 DALY. WARD S. STKVF.NS.
John Nestor, Architect,
OFFICE IX CARTER'S BUILD IX G,
, Front st., Portland Oregon.
Bu siness Houses, Halls, Churches,
Tenements, Cottages, Suburban
ALL DESCRIPTION'S OF BRICK AXO FRAME
Buildings Designed and Planned
With accuracy, and scrupulously and faith
fully superintended. .fgr" Owners' interests
No. 90 First street, Portland,
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
Vegeinhle.s and Fruit Packed icith care for
NUTS Pea-nuts, Brazil-nuts, Wal nuts, Fil
berts mid Almonds.
GROCERIES A selected stock of choice
Groceries, bought expressly for family use.
ZST" All of which is offered fur cash at
cash prices. Orders solicited.
:j.-:ly .1UI1. OVOXXOIt,
No. Oh First st., Portlind, Oregon.
HATS. J I SATS,
fnEUSSDGRFFER & BR0
Jfo n "fiict'irer and Importers of,
A nl Whohsale and Rlad Ihalers in,
And HATTER'S MATERIALS,
No. 72 Front street, Portland Oregon.
Are receiving, in addition to their extensiro
stuck, by everv steamer, all the latest styles
of New York, London and Parisian taste, for
gentlemen's and clr.ldren's wear, which they
will sell cheaper than any other house on
the Pacific coast.
1. S. Hats of every style and description
made to order, also neatly repaired. (13y
BILLS A CO. CAM V A CO. IIOGAN A CO.
Portland Cray and Hack Co.,
Office at Pray and Hack Stalks,
Cor. Stark and Second sis, Portland.
JT" All business intrusted to us executed
with care and dispatch. No commissions
charged on freight advanced. Orders for
hacks promptly attended to, day or night.
HOTELS, RESTA URANTS, $-c
Corner of First and Morrison streets,
Ths best and most comfortable Ilotel in the
State, where every want is anticipated,
and cheerfully supplied. Warm and
cold Baths attached 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
passengers and baggage to and from the
house f ree of charge.
SEWELL & DORCY,
(late LIXCOLX IIOVSE
No; 8 Vront street, Portland Oregon.
L. 1. W. QUIMl'Y, PnorntKTOK,
Late if Western Hotel.)
This house is the most Commodious in the
State, newly furnished, and it will be the en
deavor of the proprietor to make his guests
comfortable. The Baggage Wagon will al
ways be found at the iaud'tig tin the arrival
of steamships and river boats; tarrying bag
gage to the house free Of charge. j 17.fy
W ii a t Cheer House,
Nos. 12G, 12S and 130 Front street;
REDU CEI) RA TES !
The undersigned having taken this Well
known house, solicit increased patronage
from the traveling public. The House has
lately been refittedf and the proprietors are
now able to oiler additional inducements to
their patrons. The table will be furnished
with the best market alfords, and be under
the immediate supervision of the proprietors
Rooms well furnished and well ventilated.
A large fire-proof safe for the deposit of
valuables. Baggage taken to the hotel free
of charge. Board per week .-$5 00
Board and lodging ' tjto8o0
(According to the room occupied.)
Nothing will be left undonf, which is in
the power of the proprietors" to render guests
comfortable. LYONS, LEONARD & Co.,
Two doors south of the old Court House;
Front street, Portland, Oregotf:
W. N. Pattox Proprietor.
Single meals, 23 tents.. . ; . . .Beds, 25 cents.
This house is newly fitted, and furnished
iu the best st3-le. " xii.6m
The Original Paxaralta
Begs to announce to his old
Customers and the public,- that
His New Restavraxt,
Two doors from Alder, On First street, Tort
land, is now open.
Oysteis, Game, Chops, etc. fxi.3
BARLOW & FULLER, OREGON CITY,
have on hand for sale, in lots to suit
purchasers, the celebrated MONITOR
FLOUR. Try it.
W. A. ALDRICH. J. C. MERRILL. JOBX M CRAKEX
M'CRAKEN, MERR1LL& CO.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND ,
AGENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA,
Hawaiian and Oiegon Packet Lines.
Importers of San Quentin and Carmen
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Sugars, Coffee,
Rice, and Pulu.
Agents for Provost's & Co.'s Preserved
Fruits, Vegetables, Pickles and Vinegar.
Dealers m Hour, Grain, Bacon, Lard &
Fruit, Lime, Cement and Plaster.
Will attend to the Purchase, Sale or Ship
ment of Merchandise or Produce in New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Portland.
ALDRICH. MERRILL & CO.,
Nos 204 and 206 California Street,
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
18 North Front Street, Portland.
Sugar, Coffee and Syrup.
Just received per barque
FROM HONOLt'LU DIRFCT.
KEGS ISLAND SUGAR ;
OF VARIOI S GRADES.
400 ska KONA COFFEE ;
300 ll Is Hawaiian sugar house syrup.
Will be sold low to the trade, by
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL, & CO.
HIGGINS &, CO.
Are IV ow STanufiict urlng a. Superior
Chemical, Olive, Pale, and Brown
YVTHICH WE WILL SELL AT SAN
VY Francisco Prices, and deliver to up
river boats free of charge.
All orders sent to Portland Soap Factory,
or to McCraken, Merrill & Co., Agents, will
tntet with prompt attention.
W. L. HIGGINS & CO..
No. S Front Street, Portland. Oregon,
One block north of O. S. N. Co.'s Wharf.
McCRAKEN, MERRILL & CO., Agents
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK !
IN PORTLAND !
I icould respectfully solicit the alien
tion of the trade to the large and
well sleeted stock of
Fancy Goods, and
Gents' Furnishing Goods !
Which I have just Imported
Direct from the Eastern Markets !
MERCHANTS WILL FIND IT
To their Advantage to
GIVE M E A C A LL AT
Savier's IIuilpixg, (Up stairs,)
Nos. 43 and 4." Front st., Portland Oregon.
New Goods, and the Latest Styles
Received j)cr every steamer,
from the east.
All orders from the country promptly
2s. Portland, Oregon.
E. J. NORTKRUP & CO.,
OFFKR FOIt SAI.B LOW
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters'1
Blacksmiths'1 and Machinists' Tools,
Coopers'1 and Tanners1 Tools,
Mining and Farmers' Tools,
Mill and CrossCul Saws,
Ship and Steamboat Hardware,
Tart Pitch, Oakum, Oars, Packing,
Manilla and Hemp Cordage,
Anchors, Blocks and Sheaves,
Powder, Fvse, Shot, Lead and Caps,
Wooden Tl'ar, Twines and Brushes.
Blacksmiths' Goods, Cumberland Coal, Put
nam, New York and Griffin Horse Nails,
Malleable Nuts and Irons for Bug
gies and Wagons; Wagon Skeins
and Irou Axles, all sizes.
Hubs, Sjoles, Adles, Poles and Shafts, Bent
Rims, Sawed Felloe, etc., d-c.
Agent for A. S. Ilnllicllr & Co., ATirc
ZSF" Circulars furnished on application.
Our facilities for purchasing goods in the
Eastern Markets being of a superior charac
ter, we are enabled to offer goods in our line
at as low rates as they can be purchased in
this market. Vic call the attention of deal
ers to our Stock, wbich comprises the most
complete and extensive assortment of goods
in this hue ever oflercd id this market,
30 E: J; NORTHREP A CO.,
131 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
C II MYEKS,
PLrai5L, GAS & STEA11
No; 110 Firet Street.
Hot. Water Boilers,
Marble Top Washsfands,
Sheet lead and Block Tin,
Wrought Iron Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES, EL BO Ws, RETUIiX BEXDL
NIPPLES, Bl'SIlIXGS, d-c,
for Steiim, Water and Uas.
Scotch Tubes, Water Guages, Whistles
Tallon Pumps, Steam Guages, Globe,
Angle, and Check Yalves, Guage
Cocks, Air Cocks, and all kinds
Ol Brass Work. Rubber
Hose, Hose Pipes, etc.
ilo'tels, public buildings, and prit-afe resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite 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, IS'37. l:ly C. M. MYERS.
A LARGE INVOICE OF NEW
Sunday School and Gift Books !
T7R0M THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE
JL ty and
Various other Publishing Houses!
For sale by the subscriber, on Jeticrson st
between 2d and F,d. Portland, Ortgon.
G. 11. ATKINSON, Secretary,
o2.lj) and Treas. Oregon Tract Soc.'y.
AT ONCE TO CANVASS FOR THE MOST
OF THE SEASON !
The following works are now being
canvassed in several counties of the coast,
aud with the best of success, and good men
can do well on any one of them in territory
wbich has not been canvassed.
Mackenzie'? 10,000 Receipts The
best book of the kind ever published. Six
hundred copies have been sold in a single
county in California, aud the county not fiu
Beyond the Mississippi. Contain
ing over 200 illn'straitons. In several in
stances the commissions of our canvassers
upon this work alone have amounted tt
over $100 a week.
Bancroft's Map of the Pacific
States. Fifth edition ; revised to the pres
ent time. Decidedly the best map of tue
coast in existence.
Wells's Every Man His Own Law
yer. As hih as sixteen orders in a single
day have been taken for this work. It is
useful to every cue.
People's Book of Biography.
A new work, just ready, by the popular
writer, James Partrfn. A gieat number of
the subjects are self-made men, " who paved
their own way in this world," who were
" architects of their own fortunes." , Read
ing like this inspires t he young with courage
and stimulates them to emi late such ex
amples. A very large sale is expected.
Natural Wealth of California.
Comprising Early History, Geography aud
Scenery, Climate, Agriculture and Commer
cial Products, Manufactures, Mining, Rail
roads and Commerce, Population, Educa
tional Institutions, and a detailed descrip
tion of each County; together with much
other valuable information. One large oc
tavo vol. The linest work ever gotten up
on the Pacific Coast. Published by H. H.
BANCROFT A COMPANY, San Francisco.
Lost Cause. The only Southern
Iltstory of the war published. Yery large
sales have been made in the territory now
already worked. A new revised an enlarged
edition is now ready.
The American Wheal Cullarist.
Practical detals for selecting and producing
new varieties and cultivating on different
kinds of soil. A new work just ready.
History of the Secret Service of
the United States. " The most exciting and
interesting book ever published."
In abdition to the above list we have many
other first-class works which offer good in
ducements to active men, and new works
Those desiring an agency on any of those
works will please apply at once for terms to
agents, etc., etc.. and name two or three dif
ferent counties that will be satisfactory,
when their first choice will be giveu if pos
sible. II. II BANCROFT & CO.,
Sau Francisco, Cai.
FARMERS, ATTENTION 1
Flax Seed for Ssilc !
FARMERS IN WANT OF
FLAX SEED FOR
Can be Supplied upon oppUcalion
to us. We shall also ie pre
pared to purchase all scid
At the Best Market Prices !
Which, from present prcs of Oil,
will proballi) be from 4 to 5 cts.
Per Pound !
57" We have on band, and are prepared
to ship with dispatch, in quantities desired.
Oil-cake Meal, one of the most nutritions
articles of food known, for all kinds of stock.
Pacific Linseed Oil and Lead Works,
King st., near 3d, San Francisco,
French IVSediea! Office
DR. J ELI AN TERRA ULT, Doctor of
Medicine of the Faculty of Paris, Grad
uate of the UniverMty Queen's College, and
Physician of the St. John Baptistc Society,
of San Francisco.
Dir. Pekraui.t has the pleasure to inform
patients a others sacking confidential medi
cal advice, that he can be consulted at his
office. Armory Hall Building, Northeast cor
ner Montgomery and Sacramento streets,
San Francisco. Rooms No. 10, 1J, first
floor, up stairs, entrance on either Montgom
ery or Sacramento streets.
Dir. Pkkratlt's studies have been almost
exclusively devoted to the cure of the vari
ous forms of Nervous and Physical Debility,
the results of injurious habits acquired iu
vouth, which usually terminate in impotence
and sterility, aud permanently induce all the
concoiritants of old age. Where a secret
infirmity exists, involving the happiness of
o life and that of others, reason and moralitv
dictate the necessity of its removal, for it is
a tact that premature decline ot the vigor of
manhood, matrimonial uiihappiness, coriipul
sory single lite, etc., have their sources in
causes, the germ of which is planted in early
life, and the bitter fruit tasted long after
wards; patients, laboring tuder this com
plaint, will complain of one or more of the
tollowing syriiptoms: Nocturnal emissions,
pains iu the back and head, weakness of
memory aud sight, discharge froiri the Ure
thaon going to stool, or making water, the
intellectual faculties are weakened, loss of
memory ensues, ideas are clouded; and
there is a disinclination to attend to busineS;
or even to reading, writing or society of
friends, etc. The patient will probably com
plain of dizziness, vertigo, and that the sight
and hearing are weakened, lind sleep disturb
ed by dreams, melancholy, sighing, palpita
tions, fainting; coughs and slow feterjwhile
some have external rhetimatic pain, and
numbness Of the body. Some ot the most
common SymplomS are pimples' in the face,
face, and "aching in different parts of the
body. Patients suffering from this disease
should apply immediately to Da. Pekii atlt,
either in person or by letter; and he will
guarantee a cure of seminal weakness in six
io eight weeks.
Patients suffering from venerial diseases
in any stage. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Strictures
Bubo Ulcers, Cutaneous Eruptions, etc., will
be treated successfully. All Syphilitic and
Mercurial Taints entirely removed frofn th6
Dr. Peuratlt's diplomas are In bis office,
where patients can see for themselves, that
they are under the care of a regularly edu
cated practitioner. The best references giv
en if required.
PatienVs suffering under chronic diseases,
can call and examine for themselves. We in
vite investigation ; claim not to kriOw every
thing, nor to cure everybody, but we do
ciann uiai in an cases taKeti under treat
inent, we fulfill our promises. We particu
larly request those who have tried this boast
ed doctor, and that advertsed physician, till
worn out aud discouraged, to call upon us.
Low charges and quick cures.
Ladies suffering from any complaint inci
dental to their sex, can consult the doctor
with the assurance of relief.
FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS.
Dr. Perrai-lt is the only agent in Califor
nia for Dtt. Biot's Female monthly pills.
Their immense sale has established their
reputation as a female remedy;unapproached
and far in advance of every other remedy,
suppressions aud irregularities, and other
obstructions in females. On the receipt of
$o these pills will be sent by mail or express
to any part of the world, secure from curi
osity or damage.
Persons at a distance can be cured at home
by addressing a letter to Dr. Perrault, cor.
of Sacramento and Montgomery sts., rooms
10 and 11, or box 73, P. O., San Francisco,
stating the case as minutely as possible, gen
eral habits of living, occupation, tc.
By virtue of a warrant placed in mr hA
for the purpose of collecting delinquent ?
es due toClackamas countv for the vear
issued out pf the County Court and to mi
directed, I will, on u m
Saturday the 20th day of June
18fi3, expose to sale at auction to the hihMt
bidder for U. S. gold coin in hand pa'd f
followmg tracts or parcels of land or,!
much thereof as is suflicient to pav tile tax
due thereon for the year 1S87. together with
the costs, etc. Sale to commence at lo
clock a. m., and continue from day to day V
til sold. J
? c -a E
Austin, Joseph n r 5s
Adkins, Jesse sec 11 4s
Ainsworth, J. C. n r 2s
Archo, G A lest, of sec 4,3s
Allen, Robertest. of j 6s
Billings, sophia sec.21, Ss
Brown, J J n r sec. 14, Ss
Bidwell heirs ofj Is
Burbank. W Is
Bouton, V W n r 2s
Cole, A B n r sec. 10 4s
Churchill, J H sec. 14 6s
Campbell, J G fi 7 Oregon City
Culver, E Mrs 1,2,3,0,6 13 Oregon City
Day, W P 2 lots in Linn City
Davis. J W 4s 2e 157
Engle, Chris. Test, of fs 2e loo
Epperson, John u r Ss lw
Francisco, J 1) Ss
Ford, M E Mrs sec. 2.1) 4s
Failes, Nathan sec. 33,34 os
Geer, F W nr see. 31 Ss
(ireenwell, B F sec. 20 2s
Harris, Thos sec. 23 3s
Hatton, Mark sec. 19 2s
Henrice, Henry sec. 14,15 Ss
Hicklin, James n r 2s
Hughes, J J n r sec. 29 Ss
Johnson, George sec. 22
Job, S n r
Joues, Lucinda n r
Joslin, A J sec. 32
Johnson, Geo 1 S'. Oregon City
Jackson, W E sec. 6 f.s 2e 200
KeUy, Dennis n r sec. 17 3s le 160
Knighton, W J House lot in Oswego
Kellogg, Jason n r 2s le 4sO
Kellogg, Edward n r - 2s
Kelly, Clinton n r sec. 22 Is
Long, CM n r sec. 2(5 ns
Lambert, Noah n r sec. 2 2s
Laswell, Isaac n r 2s
Lausrhead, W n r Ss
Morris, Chas 2 lots and housein Oswego 2 C'4
McGillJc Rice sec' 6 2s Se. 100 2 So
Mitchell, J nr Sic. 6 2s' 2e 313 8 7
Maikham, Mrs nr 2s 2e ISO 3 50
McMuhan, J heirs of J Is le 640 14 no
Mattoon, Wm 3a Se 160 10 li
Mattoon, J P n r sec. 23 Ss -.e 1H0 3 50
vcGreavv, Mrs n r 2 27 Milwaukie 10 ol
M'Cormick, J lots 2,3,4,5,6 block 174 1
" 2,3,4 179 V
Oregon City j IS 55
Oglesbv.D W fminor 9 5s le 115 2 62
Oregon City Paper Manufacturing Company,'
Lot"o block 2 Oregon City S7 55
Oliver, Henry ?ot 5 block 46 Oregon City 7
Pedigo. J J sec. 35 2s lie 160
Powell, J W minorj 25 4s le 80
Isaac sec. 13 .r,s Ie 160
Roff, Wm sec. Zi Is 2e 160
Boork. T est. of J sec. 7 3s S4e 160
Reynolds, A H sec. 23 Ss le 160
Schall'er. Samuel sec. ') 2s 5e 160
Sawyer, Mark house 3 lots in Linn City 5 5
Starr, A M sec. 4 2s le 160 ' Z :,n
Terwilliger, John bouse a lot iu Oswego S '.n
Thompson, R K 2s 2e 'l fi j:.
Tavlor, GW 2s le 80 7
Violet, Isaac sec. 13 Ss lw t3 1 4i
White, GF sec. 36 Ss lw S20 175
Walts, Abram sec. IS,l9 2s Ie 320 VI ii
Walling, Albert 2s 2c 640 43 7i
Wvant, J A sec. 23 4s 2e 160 1 S
Watkins, J P & Co sec, 0 5s Ie CO I 3
Wells, Kichaid sec. 82 5s Ie S20 Is U
Williams, Geo II 5s 2e 20 7 .
Wicks, W W sec I 9a 20 Ss lw 370 8 7
Wm P. BURNS.
Sheriff of Clackamas County
Oregon City, May tiSd, 1S64. (SI it.)
In the Circuit Court of the State f
Oregon, for the County of Muitononiali ss :
." cent, Revenue stamp.
J. D. Miller, plaintiff, vs. Robert N. White
(fefeiid-nt. Morion for leave to iouie &ti
Execution and action to revive a judgment.
To Rolert X. White tlieauore named dtjendtnt
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint and motion filed against tou
in the above entitled action, within ten darn
of he date ot the service of this summon
upon you, it served within said county ; or,
if served in any oilier county of this State,
then within twenty days from the date of
service ; or, if you fail to answer, fur want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court
on the lirst day of the term of said court;
which shaE be held cftur six weeks publics1
tion of this summons for leave to issue sri
Execution against yon fn a judgment obtn!h:
ed against you by the plaintiff in ihe Iis:
trict Conrt of the 2nd Judicial District of
Orcghn bt the May term hereof, to wit : Oil
the 4th day of May 1$5?, In the Countv tit
Multnomah, for thi sunt of 147 2'1; and for
a judgment against vori for the sum of $447.:
2o and interest t hereon since the 4th day of
May 1858; and for fcostand disbursements of
By order of Hon W. W: Upton, jTudje -the
ith Judicial District. ., , 30.6t
JOHNSON & McCOWN;
May 11, 1863. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
. . ......... L' I
In the matter of the estate of Robert
In the County Cburt of Clackaiiias" count
State of Oregon,
In the tame of thfe Stab Of Oregon: Td
Jane Painter, Robert !. Moore; James M:
Moore, and Robert C. Moore devisees and
heirs of said Robert Moore deceased and trf
all other devisees or heirs fc'f. said Robert
Moore, deceased if any there be. Tou and
each of yoit are hereby cited til be and ap
pear iu the County' Court of Clackamas
county State of Oregon on
Monday the Gfh day of July
A. D. 1S6S, being the first day of the July
term of said Court then and there to show
cause if any yoit have why the petition of
George" A:' Pease the administrator de bonis
woj ofsaid estate pray ing for an order td
sell real estate to pay the debts charges and
expenses of administration of said estate
should Hot be granted, The land described
in said petition being situated in
Svctions So and Z6 in Township 2 S;
Range 2 E. .
Sec 31, Township 2 S Range 2 E.
Sec. I and 2 Township 3 S Range I E.
Witness the Honorable W. T.Mat-
I l. s. lock, Judge of said Cotirt, and the
' . ' seal of said Court hereunto affixed;
this, 2d day of June, a. n. 1S6S.
33.U; J. M. BACON, County Clerk.
Notice Is htrcbv given that from and af:
ter this date the copartnership heretofore ex
isting between Geo. A Pease, C. P. Chnrtli,
Geo. Jerome, S. T. Church and P. Shatiuon;
known as the Oregon City Water Works
Company, is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent. GeO. A Pease is authorized tff
settle all accounts of the copartnership to
whom all bills must be presented within 30
days lor settlement.
GEO. A. PEASE,
S T. CHURCH,
All th;. phfi nnd interests heretofore be
longing to"tbe above co partnership have
been transferred by us to Geo. A. jf-)sf-C.
S. T. CHURCH,
P. SHANNON. ,
Or ("Sir .T.mc 1st. 1 S5S. C33-
. v , . - ,
A DM I iN ISTU ATO IVS NOTICE.
In the matter of the Estate of William
Arthur, senior, deceased.
Iu the County Court of Clackamas county,
State of Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that A. F. Hedge
the Executor of the estate of said Y i,Km
Arthur senior, deceased, was fi ed ana prr
sented for settlement, his final account
the aflairs of said estate, and that
Monebv the 0th day of July
A. D. 1S6S, being the first Monday of Jo J
1S6S, and a day of a regular term of'
Court, has been apposed by said Court w
the settlement of said account, and for i
hearing of objections to said final accouD
aud the settlement thereof.
33:6 'Cowty Clerk-