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and tovMjRM Capt Pmem
th confulem of the
sele, that way par
stiff Eveline, Capt
' ImI sad now
ha lie le anything
our fasew ciUsta
t.i ImS -" - -
-riMWWi see SfcJFmSi will tkat le rw
Mt(MlhM at Mje have Ml, settled in n
uftMMi'aMMr. 'ftssaais ware eschsriffed.and the
ftefSSJI SJS faWeotly easlaf,id The name of the chief
HMiwIriKtr. The property Uken from Uie
brides baa Be rstetsid through the influence of the
gevefser, whs, at astMlad to much praiae for the ati
fasten maasr as walsa be kaa eettled the unhappy
dafJbreass. Aknsa save beta niade to throw blame,
hi Ihfayatllaaiar sassier, spaa the Rev. Mr. WalUr,
ttoH s arise iaeeeeat; aad so far a he wan con
catnap he sdvlasd far the beat, and if that udvice had
Uea tslearid etrietly, as difficulty would have rawed.
A DutMB Larsevsnuorr. The bndgn from
wheat; and 1 have always obrved()trat
near swalls and in placed inclined to Uf wik
If Ml hid npriujj WIK.-U wm hiiiiwi
rlitawnffl nut. I havo often seen the It
tni rilanh ami flirt irin Masted. wIm stm.
ingbp wet land. The superior advMUfi
ofphughlng land in April, May, or Jus,
have Decn tuny proven. i na una isbiwr
in irooA. condition, the weeds are all up,
ploughing thorn boforo tho seods are ri
uu auior uiuv ru urunniv. ritiri aw
irKaBiwitvliaa ooraMlMd wow
,-i of my land, it) the fall after tho rains set in,
and during tho winter, and early in the
spring. But I have ploughed a few acres
In Muy, and I can ueo the superior difference
in tho'croji grown uixm that land, for three
years afterwards. It seems to bo more mel
low and in clear of weeds, and more and
better wheat grows upon it. Every weed
must occupy some space, and take some
Thcro is a difference of opinion among
fnrrnerfl as to iho mode of bowing wheat.
.Some tlti til: to .sow tho wheat, then plough it
in, and harrow afterwards is the best. It is
Ivory evident to my mind that if you plough
deen. the wheat will not come uo no well.
asset la Um laiaad miH, w a decided tan- , wjU p wi ol grow M, wej A,
rised.aoertala aad eafe communication veLTtablis live imoii air. earth and water:
eetsiMenta between our city and that hitherto I a,i ui.at w; groW near ,10 f,urfttcc I0W.
um eXMCMiuan were uie con- cvnT ,eou vml may how it. rcrhnns. in a
kava performed their duty in I very loow soil, tho difference in the roodo ofj
j nutting m two crop, wouki not uo great, i
have tricu both rnoucs, and snail certainly
li'-reafter plough deep, and that too whrnllie
fund it in pood condition, and then sow, and
'rrVTTri-TT,'P--rn Iff rf' '
rsfWC sWe aw hanby autlesad acaiaet laaahr-
aaawf H V9 i JWWWiewM i BHVa WMP
a'.a Bsssr sa T" .-. ka
Maafsjwaaiiwagia, ana am
was i if n m asi
IB W. aWaai 'i
hiW mH Um
iswr saw, sas awssAtia o, m
l a faMfcft A. r. wawr. waa. A
Ito. aad aU atlur bmbhh HaBl
- - --' Mm NTn J Wt ?.'! hkkk I.
aae7vNffM City, u said property tilasp ta aat
., nrn.'! aaaiaiau i
astambar V W7-3U8 ., r)
' tmM'Mtmr SJaii - ' "V ,
i inanieaail. aaaal for PhHa Paater.'i
for aala all thai DonJon of kind artaata at C
Foiat, witsk mm rail of Oregon City, recently own
ed by Footer 4t Uement town loU, etc. For further
iniwnutioB anquiro of
A. liAWllbnUG lAJtJl.
Oregon City. September g, 1847-tl6
W Ae Oregon Spectator.
Mr. Editor I am much plea.i to xee m
mtioh interest taken of late, to improve the' burrow uell with an iron toothed harrow.
agriculture of Oregon. Whun, more than The hind .houd be thrown up in narrow
year hence, 1 first suggested the propriety jbeds. It is best for this wet and dry climate,
of organizing Agricultural Societies, I did Many of our best farmer urc of opinion, thot
not anticipate that so much attention would lit would be useful to roll the land, after the
be paid to tho subject, at this curly day. crop is up, and while the ground is sufficient.
The truth is, our agriculture in in its iufnii- 1 y dry. 1 ha o no doubt it is worthy of exper
vy ; and a aHferent mode, from the one here-jiment. It leaves tho land in a very pretty
toforo -pursues, Must be adopted, or our ag- condition, and when you come to cut your
riculture must decline. Necessity, that use- wheat, you have a smooth surface to cradle
fill, but stem ta4 invincible mother, has, as over.
yet, oonwelled our community to adopt a So soon as our farmers have the means, I
mode wf mnnihw by no means adapted to have no doubt that they will find it to their
our sisMsod climate. interest to sow some of their fields in clover
I bare Batoe some few experiments, and,0 grass, and ut tho proper season, turn un-
I atM ! ! 1 1 I any little amoum of infor. d.cr a "? crop, for tho purpose of manuring
tnatJeu.in the hope that it may bo usoful. .'Jy land
i our correspondent "rlougliboy" has made,
ramo good suggestions. Tlo is of opinion
that each planter should have twice as much,
land enclosed as he intends to cultivate each
year; and should therefore cultivate Jiis t
f round early every other season. This is,,
may" almost venturo to suy, the universal.,
ly received opinion among our farmers.
'Ploughboy" says 'ct euch farmer break
his laud M early as possible after tho grain
is imrveateu. r rom me cxpenmeiiis i ikivi
A FEW No. 1, Saddle Honea, at Moaf Livery
gublaa, comer of Main and Third Craae atreeta.
Ortft City. Aug. 1U. 1847. 15U
N. i. I will pay eood fund for 1 ,000 boehele mer
chantable f JaU, delivered at my ataoiea.
. w. MUDS.
TU8T RECEIVED per "Dark Janet" and for
aala at the (Store of sum. MM. vouch
9U doc pair Deuiin Panta
&A Blue DriU
44 do do
Needle, line, Thread, &c.
Umbretlaa, India. Rubber Huapeadera
TawWew, Paiat Bniahaa, Battow
v Hmnd-peper, Uiaklaa, lab
Knives, Chalk Line, Gimlets
Seivei, Claw, Soap let is. 2d qty
Hhaving Soap, lira Sugar
Salt, Lampblack, Pitch
Sperm Oil, Linseed do.
Spt'a Turpentiao --
Black and White Lead, with
A raiull onortment of Hardware.
For tale on reasonable terms.
Aur. 5th. 1847. U
m, stJaltsiS, laSStsaVLsaras,-
stsssikae rialsaa, Cssjfjssa; l3Hajt'ssj'atyasl
jHmmmfM&ttf- ,, f
raiaan. Hiaai! r . - r.
t UJHr 1
itowia; Man, rrtcli iifc'slsfcl sad aa4bbTaSSstWa
Caatasa, Baas, vS. A ,a, ' i itl rtyhil mmi r
tt TaHsaMaWaV at lolfus. w,s,
Bimao. BadaUa aaWaUaa- Dcak. laJiaa'
Work-boxea, UokiafOl at, .
Plane, Ralaj, haad as bask Saws. 8aJ Iraas,
caipsatar'a riwiiBii, laasav ataaJ.Vteaa, Yn,'
rocket aad Vm Halves, TaUe Kahraa awl Fork,
SciaaanPadtocks, cbeat sadassr Ialav'Glmlett,
namted Brads, Braas NsbV, Piwasslw Cass; BsUca
Pan, Ualtown, iBilna Tasss, Aass, Ibsae;
Spoke Sharat, Staalyaids, gbarabi and Tsaua. WM
Screws, Brace and Bitto, la Bp a tm, fmrlu Ftaakfc
Shot Btu,8neiB, Hud Bet,VT ' s
-Titt'WsnM." . ) .
Six and fear qaart Coiaa Fata, -
Htiaias. ekiauner. Miak raas. Wm
dlo Mould, Tea Caddie, Nam
A man of auhlle reoaoning atbed
A peasant if he knew
Where wax ihr internal evidence
TliBt proved tho Bible true 1
The terttw of dwpulative art
Hnd ieer reached hi ear
He laid hi hand upon hi heart.
And only oiuwered " iieaa."
iriall Culracts to Let.
fVlIIE underaigni'd, ppecial agent for the post-office
!.. J . J .i.ii mi1 ." aenarunrni w ino unnru maieaiorwregon ier-
known made, and from reasons which 1 will n)rVt WJ recrive Malrd nrnpoMlli, for carrv,nrthe
I mail from Artoria to Urrgon City and back again, and
At the Brick SeoreTOrcaeaiCitT,
KENTUCKY JEANSf'GambrDWBlae Stripe;
brown and Ueacbd Cotton; Bonnet Silk;
Sewing Silk; Snepeader: bvelcoat, suayjendet and coat
Button; Men' and Boy' IlatsNuid vXkaA. cotton
Glazed Cap; Ladie Bonnet; douurcTuaainflo Ptaaw
Iran: Brace and Bhwn Chuaelr, Goure; Caaasaat-
ea; Carpenter Pincers; Rule; Auger; Screws: Brad;
Taeks; Sparable; Voor laicimi; iioojta ana wacer,
Strap liuurea; braaa and iron BuUs; braaa aad boa
Cheat and TiU Lock; Boh; Spokrahavea; Hamaaaar;
lb i Hal Aae; Iron raCe-rAaMjiJ;
Mill iaw; Buck Sawr, Vice; Ladle; SUaSama;
Tin Ilatea; Shoe Puncbe; Mincing Knhrea; Jack
Knives: Steel Pent; Razor, Sharing Soap; Glue;
l i t) i Tu. r..,.1. n... iI.mjIU..
OUN rapen OUU pOCEl UIIIU, V1IC. iiuuuu.,
Cloak Pin; Trace and Log Chain; Cart and Ger
man Steel; Cart Plow; Sad-iron; Wagon Boxe;
Linteed OU; Saddle; ISridlea; Saddle Bag; Suniu-
glet; uuuu; bra and wood Llock.
Augmt 4, 1847. 1 1 tf
stato, I must dissent from this opinion. In
cutting wheat with tho credit', there is from
one to two bushels per acre left upon the
land aad this would bo partially lost. Be-
sides this, the wheat and the ripe seeds of
weeds, would be turned under together, and
would grow; up together; and the wheat
would ntaad Very irregularly upon the land,
being too thick in some places, and too thin
in others. Some havo supposed that by
Jiarrowing,.or dragging a brush over it, the
waslo wheat would bo scattered regularly ;
but this would not I am well satisfied, suc
ceed to tho extent desired. Tho land after
harvest and boforo the rains sot in, is vcrv
hard and dry, and turns up in clods.
at micli other intermediate office a hall be nrtabliah-
I. AIo, for carryinc the mail from Orotron Citv to the
i mouth of Mary' river und berk again, and at atich oth
er intermediate oilier a nhnllbe ertabluhed. Alao, for
carrying the mail from Oregon City via Fort Vbdcou
ver nud Fort Neiqually, to the mouth of Admiralty inlet
and back again, and at uch other intermediate office
a nhall be ertabliahed.
Perron wUhing to propoae for carrying the mail on
any of the aforesaid route, are informed that the
amount of pay will be tho entire yield of the respec
tive office on the route, over and ubovo the commU
cioii of the portmattcrs respectively. As Oregon City
w ill be iluatn on more than one route, a dirUion of the
proceed of that office will be made between the dif
ferent contractors coming to that office in proportion to
tho number of trip performed. The person proposing
to carry mo mail will therefore cxpro delinitely Uie
BILL FOR DIVORCE.
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Tho nl.n il,.t , , . !., : .ut. -"'" 'l . wmi carry me man per monui ior
. .. ,.... .... M... . , .. , ...i ,-, llIIO, Ue ronipeniaiioii nuoveoiierud, and Die contract made
As yoU donotintond to sow the land thewjr will bo continued for four years from date, uulo aoou
neason'aftor taking a crop from it, I would cr annulled by the department.
turn in mv twine and et lliom tnkn tho wnste ' . """ l?l"" win uo receiveu unui uie um Aion
Eliza E. Roger, cuinp't
n w t?wMn ff
A PPLICATION will be made by complainant to
B. .1... IMnHlrBtn.. rT!wii PimiI nn lliM finrt .Inv
of the October Term thereof, to be held on the lrt
Monday in October 1847, upon petition fled, for n
decree to d'uwolvo the bond of uiatriaMny -contracted
between said complainant and defendant This I
therefore to notify aaid defendant, hi agent or nttor-
.1.- IP !... ..!.! u.l!t!j.m Id BkkS BBa.AAl MB i Alt U I
nojt llli U iio iumu ucuuun ia w wav w m.mim
mh . Kji.irat Him nllinrv f lliA atatM raiUA at Hid temi.
W w IH.IWIV HIW uwatax aaw - - ----,
Uie said petition will be taken as coufeated und u do-
crdo rendered uccorduigly.
a. i:w nr.tMi. i.u uuit
... !- d. - . . . .
grain.- oo soon as tno rains set m. I vouiil
tnko them off tho land to Keep iImtii from
rooting It up in its wot state, which I know
from experience, to Iks n great injury. I
would let tho land remain until April, 'May,
or Juno, when all tho weeds and waste whrut
would bo up. I would then turn under this
rich crop or vegetation, (which would bo an
.excellent manure) by deep ploughing.
have alwaya found deep ploughing the best
in urogon. It is certainly best lor my land.
1 would either sow tho laud in May .or Uiiic,
wjth the largo whito wheat, and 'id it re
mam over to tho next year, or lot the laud ro.
main until September, and then sow tho same
.wljcjit. Spring wheat does best bown in tho
liioutli of April. I havo uown it in tho full,
( und if, did not' tnako a good crop. It docs
' not bear the rains bo well as tho fall wheat.
I haw often sown what wo call the mixed
duy in October next, for earning the mail on the route
nfurrmld, and may ho deported with W. G. T'Vaull,
E.,cf Oregon City.
Special agent pout -office department of Uie United
rtuiie ior i irugou territory.
Oregon City, September. 8, 1847. ITtd
" s?urm to fee JLet.
THE Niilucribor will, for the ensuing year,
iei u or cu acre 01 ins larm, Htuale on I lie
t'litnkaniii river, two mile from Orecon Citv.
wiucn ianu m reauv ior eeuiug.
'1'ho underoigtied would inform tho public that he In
tend to eugairo in thi inumifnclure of FANNING
MILLS, und by tlio tint duy of Ocluher next, will
havo hjiixi fur tale, und by the next hun'rrt will be
enabled to supply uuy demand for thu article that may
F. C. CASON.
FLOUR for sale, in lyiuulitlr to ruit purchacr,ot
tbu brick ott, Oregon City.
i3j ii it.i i-ir
V-VjH. i ., itn
Oat Yes! Ota Yes! liven ImmIv.
THE undenignud having entered Into copartner
ship at Claclcam City, would inform their
friend and Uie public centrally, wiai uiey wui carry
on the BLACKSMITHING BUSINESS in all it
variou branche, follow: All kind of wrought
Mill work, and farming utrllilH. Irojune new and re
pairing old Wagon, Carta, Ueorbon, &.c. Edgo
Tool of every kind made uid repaired, alao castateel
Hearing Auge'r, Bell, Gnn Work, Spur of every de
cripUon and many other Uilng loo tedious to meuUon;
on a reasonable term or a little cheajier than any oth
er auop in Oregon. NORRISS H. CU'lTING.
liMCKama cuy.jury.au, im i. it
Strainer. Cass, Grata, mmm, Cai
Tea Pot, tc. L ' -' e -I -
Boots ami Wmn.j
Ladie peg and aewml Bee,' Kid r'roawifa. cM
dren'a peg BooU, boys kip Brofaa'a, men's thick
Uoota, men a kip Jloofa, ac
Men' and boy' Beaver Hats, Clock. Coskiar
Stove and fnunel, Soap, Window Glaa?, Dutch
Also SO Ton of Coral at Portland.
KILBORN, LAWTON, St Co.
Oregon City, March ifi. 1847 i if
afftUct to tko Faxmtri.
THE BndermWned bsa porcbaaed the lower Ftrr)
acrca tfc- W&kunetU Elver at Oram Ctttt fct
the term of fifteen moatae, and wVaatofafMi th
public eenerally that be wll ferry evenr tUsc at re-
duced pricea for ready pay. Wheat two cents per
nilj com pviuin).
twenty ceata a trip, lasnkir aad wary tfaamg .elaa hi
proportioa. Wheat aad all Uadsa Badae w. be
received in MTsaeaL P ctaal attaasee'wia W
New ARmaaeaaieail. iit
THE nrdersigned wttl famiah the beat aeeasssta
daUon in his power, to both Man and Ha,
and will charge nothing at all, a ho wffl expect ready
pay in all caws. Hone Bought and Sold a meuol
N. R aHQO of Okwob Scrio wasted ia exckanse
for Honea, or payment of ou1ctandu,g acrart. r ,
Winametle Fall. Nov. 26. 1846. . JStf.
Aug. 6, 16-17.
Solicitor for Complainant.
nniins AMI CHBSMICAElb -
FRED'C PRIGG retpectfnUy iafenas the saasaa,
that he has removed his office te Mam'aaaMS,
ih. I JiMni to A. Homl Vml. when ha.WeVket
on hand, uch anaaaortineut of tho ubo , MttisAr
cililie of Uie country aiTord. A -ta. -.
F. P. hat alao ou hand, a small but choice asafV
of Silks, Moiueeline de Laiue. Baltarisea, Barege, Vc
k..r.l.l r-m .!:- i,IM ftAt f2nf f.wuiM m1
Scarf, with a email lot of fmo clothing.
l emu, cbmi or approvea oruers. . - ,
N. B. A luw Engludi Lexer Watche on the above
Oregon City, May 13, 1847. . B tf
The Third Hc.m1ou ol Kirs. N. HI.
ThoraifuHV (k:kolt in this city, will
commence on Monduy July tho Silt nud will con.
tinue eleven week. All the branches uauully coin.
priced (n u thorough Engtuh education, are taught iu
tide yaaool. toselher with Plain aiid Ornamental
NaedtVWork, Drawing, ahd Pointing in Meixotiuto
and in water Color. ,
Strict attention will bo given, not only to the intal
lectual iniprovemeiil uf the pupil, but abn to their
moral ami manner. It t Mr. Tharutou's design to
make this u pemiauent school ; and liar pant ucce
and long expenencu u n ivucner, euaue ut-r to uupe
that die will give general aallffaction.
PiiDila willle chanred from Uie time of their enter-
iae the School, uuUll Uie close of the 8eakn. I-or
furtlier particular, liKiuirs of Mr. Thomtoiu
His Excellency, Geo. AlwmeUiy, ) , ,
Hon. A. A. Skinner, Oregon City.
Rev. Geo. Gnrv. )
Dr. Marcus Whitman, Wallawalla.
OTICE 1 hereby riven, that letters of
tn.Uon have been sTsated bvJhe Stebate Jedce
of Tualaty county, i the undafawfied, ea the eatatn
of V. W. Dawtoa, deceased, late of said county. AH
pemoui indebted to said eajateare reqoeeted to make
immediate payment tolho unoeraigBcd ', and aU per
son having claims against said estate, are reejueeted to
present the kime legally authenticated within the tuun
nrMcrilud hv law.
v . . np r T.t-cjrT &.1mm-
of Uie estate of V. W. Dawaan.
Tualaty Plain, Aug. 9, 1847. 3S
Oirjun City, June "lth, 1817.
Frank Wd. Wiujam M. Krr
Tbmj Oretrem UumXmtmr. ,
m..u. L'... Ailmwm In mAvmaamt It not aaia until
the expiration of Uiree meatus U. deHaia,' anVl if not
nultl at Uie exalratlem ef ate month, tawewaeteis rr-
wrve the right to aswslae. If paklsi aaeh, 4
per annum. . " v . .. Ui
' ut. A.lu..rdmania laMrtad at one dollar ana ulv
ceuU per aquare of ajiteen lines er lea, tot the fiwt
insertion, and. aeventy-lve cents' for ee'aasstsut
lustruos. A uoerai aeauowen w yewrr mnwin
ID All kinds ef JOB WORK hwttdaamaly
ted ut Uie iurtwt.tt9tlce paycat juttdvuwa,
given to prevent detahuag say setsam:, Whsat all
use ae oeaveiM at eaaer owe er ue bmbwibs aeeaaBTe
BtaBedatice. " " t " ,J-T7r"-"
.Take Uae left haad read abeas one and a half smIt
from Oregon City sad you wil find a first rate read
down to Multnomah city.
Abo, 40,000 ft of lumber, far sab at a reduced .
price for wheat delivered at Oregon City.
W. MTJLKEY. 1 ,
Multnomah City, Jano 8, 1847. i06av ?