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SEIjc Uteefcitj (Enterprise
Oregon City, Oregon ,
ti. C. IRELAND. EDITOB AND PRCFRIETOR.
June 12, 1869.
Lieut J. A. Waymirehas been
informed of his -promotion in the
first U. S. Cavalry. And of Lis
transfer to the command now at
Camp Warner Oregon.
Brick Pomeroy says that nn
less the Democratic partv every
where boldly pronounces for repu
diation it will not come into power
"until the year after the Radical
party has paid off the debt." This
is a bad dilemma; for if it does pro
nounce for repudiation it will 'nev
er come into power.
The Omaha Herald is informed
that Burlington and Missouri River
Road will be completed to the
Missouri river during the year I860,
and that it would be to Lincoln, in
Nebraska, via Rlattsmouth, during
the present season; that it would at
once be extended to Nebraska
City. The question of buildimg
"West or Southwest from that city
had not been determined.
Among the arrivals by the
Continental, on "Wednesday even
ing last, says the Adcoente, were
two young ladies of Oregon, grad
uates of the Female College of
the Pacific, at Oakland, California.
These were. Miss Addie Lewelling,
and Jennie Patterson, who having
finished their course of studies with
honors to themselves, received their
diplomas on Commencement day,
Mav ilGth. Besides the very flat-
tering testimonials given to these
Oregonian voung ladies by the
President and Professors of the
College, we also notice in the Oak
land Dailg Afiws, that their rank as
scholars was very high, and their
elocution worthy of special com
ment. May the iuture of these
young ladies be as bright and use
ful as their collegiate course has
been honorable and successful.
lion. Lansing Stout of Port
land, Senator from Multnomah
county, appointed a student to
Corvallis outside of his district, for
the same reason which Hon D. P.
Thompson of this district did a sim
ilar thing. The II raid, in explan
ation, says :
Judge Stout made strenuous ef
fort to secure some boy from here
but could not succeed. We have
in this county as good schools as
the College, and as nothing but the
tuiton is gained, there was not suf
ficient inducement offered to any
one from here to attend. In fact
Judge Stout, in order to secure the
representive from Multnomah, went
so far as to otter to pay the board
of one pupil, but his widowed
mother did not desire him to leave
her. Having failed to secure any
one from Multnomah, and the Prin
cipal of the College having written
to him that young Burkhart of Linn
County would accept it, he tend
ered it to him rather than have the
scholarship remain idle, which, un
der the circumstances, was praise
worthy. Ax Opex Question. There is
no need of misunderstanding the
position of the United States on
the Alabama question. British
journals, supposing that the rejec:
tion of the Johnson-Clarendon
treaty by our Senate meant war,
are now gloating over the alleged
fact that we have backed down
before British pluck. Their error
lies in the supposition that we are
anxious to settle the claims and
ready to push the controversy to
extremes. The key to our action
is the fact that we prefer an open
question with Great Britain rath
er than a settlement based on the
idea of mere compensation for the
ships actually destroyed by the
rebel privateer. The American
people feel that it will be greatly
to their advantage to let the con
duct of England in this case stand
as a precedent against her. For
instance, if Ireland shall rebel
against England, we have this
precedent for sending ships out of
American ports, for the Irish ser
vice against English commerce,
just as ships went" out of English
ports, in the Confederate service,
gainst American commerce : and
we will plead the escape of the
Alabama, Florida, etc., as our
justification for so doing. And
we can then do England more
damage than England did us. So
that she is more interested than we
are, in having this question settled
THE o. C II. COmAlY.
The Orecron Central Railroad
Company, of Salem, have recently
published a pamphlet entitled:
"A Brief History of the resources
of the Wallamet, Umpfiua aTltl
Rogue River Valleys, being three
of the most fertile and highly pro
ductive valleys on this coast, show
ing their capabilities of sustaining
the Oregon Central Railroad now
being rapidly constructed from
101 LKluu " .
CIllUC leilgLU to CUiUlt-.i. in v.in-
fornia, with the great trans-continental
road now about completed."
We publish a short extract from
the document, to show what the
professed mission of that company
is, and hope that its mission may
be perfectly and speedily fulfilled.
After sneaking of the resources of
the vallevs mentioned in its title,
it says :
It is the mission of this enter
prise to penetrate these remote re
gions of Oregon, and to bring the
upper counties of the Wallamet
Yallev. now almost as far from
market as Lmpqua and Rogue
River, as well as those two impor
tant valleys into an intimate com
mercial relation with the world.
The result will be to add great
value to lands that now lie and
waste, unclaimed and unproduc
tive; to stimulate the energy of
all the people in Oregon to which
it is available, by bringing, at
reasonable rates, a supply for their
wants, and carrying their products
abroad to market. This will draw
increase of population, redouble
enterprise, and cause us to become
a people full of life and action, in
stead 01 being a pastoral and ag
ricultural race, striving to supply
all wants by home labor.
The region that now supports
less than 100,000 inhabitants can
more 'easily support a million when
this railroad is constructed; and
that million, profiting by the nat
ural resources at their command,
can acquire unlimited wealth.
Railpoad Iron: AVe learn from
responsible authority, yesterday,
that the report concerning the pur
chase of railroad iron for the East
Side road, is true. It will belaud
ed in Portland in July or August,
which will be as soon as it ca:i be
used. AVe did not k-ani when
work will be resumed, but it was in
timated that it will begin very soon
Tut. Fourth. AVe are sanguine
that the celebration of the Fourth
of July will be one of the great
est all airs that have ever taken
place in Portland. The Commit
tees on arrangements are doing
their whole duty, and there v.'ill be
nothing wanting to make the af
fair a success. The acceptance of
Geo. Francis Train to deliver the
oration will bring thousands of
people from all parts of the State
and adjacent Territories to our city.
It is a good selection, and his name
alone will bring many people who
would otherwise have remained at
home. He will be the great at
traction on the occasion. He is
undoubtedly the greatest wonder
of the age, and no one who can pos
sibly be here should fail to come,
as an opportunity to hear him. may
never be offered. Ilercdd,
Loun Music. Our people may
look for a little the tallest singing
on the 4th ever heard on the banks
of the Wallamet. Fosters, put up
yesterday announce that the choir
will consist 01 over one hundred
voices, under the direction of the
Philharmonic Society of this city.
Besides these there are to be six
full brass bands the best in the
Going to Olympia. lion. J. II.
Mitchell, of this city, will deliver
the oration at Olympia on the 4th
of July. The Olympians, in look
ing for an orator have made a good
selection. Oregon iem.
A Cextuky Plant ix Flower.
A century plant is now in flow
er in Bochester, X. Y. The buds
broke and first showed itself on the
15th of April, and on the 8th in
stant it was four feet eight inch.es
high, growing from three to lour
inches a day a straight stem start
ing from the center of the plant,
from four inches in diameter. It is
attracting great attention.
Pap e ujI a x u y a ctup. e. Th e new
Clackamas Paper Mills have been
running steadily for several months,
most of the time on manilla and
straw papers. But the obtainment
of a supply of chemicals from the
East has enabled the mills to com
mence on white paper ot Oregon
manufacture. The success of this
enterprise demonstrates the fact
that almost every branch of manu
facture could be established with
advantage in Oregon. If we can
make paper here Ave can make al
most anything else that we require
Vice President Colfa.i.'s Remarks on
tlie Pacific Coast.
In his oration at the Pacific rail
road celebration at Chicago on the
10th nit, Mr. Colfax said:
We talk of New England as the
hive of manufactures, I put this
prediction on record, and I won't
wait ten years to see it fulfilled ;
that California and Oregon are go
ing to almost rival New England
in manufactures. I believe it.
AVith all the hundreds of millions
in the lands fronting the Pacific
sea, stretching out their hands, as
they will, towards this country
for those articles that can be man
ufactured here, vou will see the in
fant manufacturers of the Pacific
States leaping forward with the
gigantic strife with which our coun
try has illustrated its entire histo
ry in the annals of the world.
Have you thought of how we are
swelling in population ? Going,
as I did two or three weeks ago,
and looking back on ancient and
modern history, I found no parallel
to it. The rapid advance of this
country, not alone in its wealth,
which has more than doubled every
ten years, but in the increase of
its population, which is even more
valuable than gold and silver, and
has grown six times more rapidly
than Great Britain, nine times
more rapidly than Austria, ten
times more rapidly than France,
and it is destined to have its hun
dred millions at the end of the cen
tury ; and beyond it to be, in its
power, in its grandeui, in its terri
torial area, in its resources, in its
capabilities and in its opportuni
ties, after the opening of the next
century, what I dare not attempt
to-night to predict to you. It is to
come, if we are faithful ; it is to
come if we are iust ; it is to come,
if we are true to ourselves; from
Orient to Occident, from mountain
to mountain, from Atlantic tp Pa
cific, from hundred harbored Maine
to the Golden Gate, the future of
this great country, if only pru
dence, wisdom, justice, and right,
and peace shall guide it, shall be
beyond the portrayal of language,
beyond any words my heart could
devise, or that my tongue could
express to you upon this joyful
night, the opening of the new his
tory of the American republic.
Sextimext and Fact. It is
said that when Lord Byron sent
to his wife the well-known touching
" Fare thee well ! And if forever,
Still, forever fare thee well !"
lie inclosed in the same envelope a
butcher's bill, with the penciled re
mark, "Please look over this: I
don't think we had so much meat."
The conjunction of ideas was truly
affecting, and we commend the an
ecdote (told by a young lady to
whom Lord Byron handed both
documents to read) to the careful
consideration of those romantic
minds who think of the English
3ianfred as a sublime being, whose
soul was like a star, and dwelt
apart," far above sublunary cares
not to speak of butcher's bills.
The month of beauty tlie month
of song, the month of all the
months is June. The birds, with
all their wealth of voice and plume,
are with us now. They are call
ing to us from the forest, challeng
ing one another in the meadow,
piping in the orchard, rushing
through the shrubbery, building in
tlie porches, dancing in the thresh
old, and peering into our dwellings
with disdainful looks, which seem
to say, " How rude, how dull, how
gloomy, are your homes !" Sit
down,I pray you, with me, in my
quiet library here, this pleasant af
ternoon, and I will have a familiar
chat with vou about some of our
birds, their manners and their mel
odies. See yonder, beneaiu t"at
glass case,which I will remove,
that you may observe more closely,
where those lour speciaier.s of the
taxidermist's skill are perched,
looking almost as if alive. Poor
fellows ! They will never sing again,
they have piped their last; but
could you have heard them during
their melting madigrals, you would
have thought some careless angel
had left the gates of heaven ajar,
and strains of the celestial anthem
were stealing upon your ear;
such a quartette would those
American birds have sung for you.
One would have caroled to you of
the orchard, another of the mead
ow, another of the wild-wood, and
another of the summer-nighfc
They arc our own birds the Old
World knows them not and each
in his own sphere is without a rival.
ITxeAnLEi) for. Tlie complaint
of the Herald and Commercial,
that our carrier was partial in the
distribution of the Advx-atc, was
uncalled for ; as we know that he
took special pains to leave the pa
per' at both of those offices, on 1 ri
day afternoon. Somehow it was
not leftat the Oregonian office; but
the enterprising loval guessing it
was through inadveretene, instead
of stopping to complain about it,
came after t,--Adeocate.-
"Ask your neighbor to sub
scribe for the Eri:nrKisr,
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
BY FHANCIS L. KEELEU.
Fellow-mortals! do not linger
WeepiBg o'er what might have been ;
Progress points with jeweled finger
To the battles yet to win.
Yes, to-day Life's conflict rages,
nd we need not turn the leaves
Backward through the book of Ages
For the lrsson that it gives.
There arc wrongs that mast be righted,
Even in this land of ours;
There are other lands benighted,
Yet to feel Truth's sacred sbevrers.
Let us toil to heal the nations,
Waiting lor the dawning, when
We shall read in deeds and actions
" Peace on earth, good-will to n)eQ."
Driving the Last Spike. The
reporter of the Winona Minesota
JlepuNican gat in the telegraph of
fice in that city and heard the driv
ing of the last spike on the Pacific
Bailroad. He says:
As might be expected, it was
amusing to hear the orders which
were passing all over the country
previous to the driving of the
spike. On the whole, however, it
was very quiet. One order was
given as" follows :
"F. A. I lave your hand on
the bell and see that it's greased
well." Silence for a minute and
then came : " Don't break, any of
you : they're fixing the wires west."
Expectancy for several minutes,
Milwaukie'says: "they're fixing
the repeater in Chicago, and the
joke of it is that it causes the fire
bell here to clatter, and the people
think it is the spike." A painful
suspense ensued, followed by a few
spasmodic strokes of the instrument
Then the information : " That was
not the spike. They are fixing
wires in Chicago ; will be ready in
a moment." More silence with oc
casional playing of the instrument.
Calls for uO. M., O. M. Omaha."
A long silence, and at last the wel
come words : "Beady all round."
Altera very provoking silence some
one wants to know " where that
spike is." Xo answer. After a
moment the strokes came very
distinctly, twenty-six in all followed
by the words : " The thing is done."
Tin-: Junction. The following
happy paragraph is from Chicago
Tribunes account' of the final com
pletion of the Pacific Railroad :
Both parties being in readiness,
the ties were thrown on the open
space of about one hundred feet,
and the employees, two companies,
approached with the rails to fill the
gap. .T. II. Stenbride, sub-contractor,
who lias had charge of tlie
building of the Central Pacific
Railroad from the laving of the
first rail on the bank of the Sac
ramento, commanding a party
of Chinese track layers, advanced
from the west with Assistant Gen
eral Superintendent John Corning,
who had the general supervision
and final arrangement. The Chi
namen, conscious that the strang
ers from the far East were watch
ing their movements with curious
eyes, wielded the pick, shovel and
Sledge with consummate dexterity;
but their faces wore an appearance
of unconcern and indifference won
derful if real, and not the less so if
affected. White laborers from the
East did their best work, but with
more indication of a desire to pro
duce an effect, and at 11 a. r. the
European and Asiatic private sol
diers of civilization stood face to
face in the heart of America, each
proudly conscious that the work
was well done, each exultant
over the victory nobly won.
To exterminate lice on any
animal, it is only necessary to cov
er the animal completely with
grease or oil. The simplest and
cheapest oil is best lard, fish oil,
or anv other that is handv.
The Best Oregon Papers!
For S2 a Year.
Agents Wanted !
AND OTHER USEFUL, ARTICLES,
GIVEN TO ACTIVE MEN AND WOMEN,
Address for particulars :
D. C? IRELAND,
are working with a spirit that does them
credit, to celebrate our glorious Fourth of
July in a prand pty'e. Our Fathers of Free
dom would njoice could they :ee that even
in this far elf country the spirit of 1776 re
vives, and our freedom is prized with our
lives. Our city, doubtless, will be crowded
with visitors on that day; the cuizens of
Pertland should do all in their power to en
tertain them well. Kohn & Fi.-Uiel have
such an immense and elegant stock ot Cloth
ing and Goods in their line, and have reduced
prices to such an eitrratly tw figure, that
it surely will he a pleasure-to strangers tj
kuow their store ;s No. 91, Fiont Street.
W e beg leave to call the attention of
the public to thi lung celebrated ard unri
valled Family Medicine. The Pain Killer
is a purely vejretaMe compound, and while
it is a most efficient remedy for Pain, it is a
perfectly sate medicine even in the most un
skillful hands for Summer Complaint, or anv
other form of bowel disease in children or
adults, it is an almost certain cure, and has
without doubt been more successful in cur
ing the various kinds of Cholera, than any
other known remedy, or even the most skill
ful physician. In India, Africa r.nd China,
where this dreadful di-e;'.-e is ever more or
ess prevalent, the Pain Kiber is considered
by the na ives, as weil as Kuropeau residents
in those climates, a Sure Ilemedy. rzj 4t
Q P. FERRY,
BROKER, Poiui.Nr. 0?.kcon
t7w. Front and JVashington ,K'ts.
Agent North British and Mercantile
Insurance Company, and Manhat
tan Life Insvirar.c? Comp-wy.
J-Governmen t Secrrities, Stocks, blonds
and Real Estate bought and sold on Com
mission. 73" If ar tat TI3 4i r'
Successor to JOHN FLE21IXG,
Court House Building. Main iStrcef,
Oregon City, Oregon.
IMPOIlTEIi AND DEALER IN
2133 CLXJ GIB IMS 3
VSTILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ox HANI) j
V a 1 n.ue and wellsekv.teiJ stock of Books .
Stationery, and Diugrf, c-uuipriaing in p;ut
Standard end Miscellaneous Bonks,
Medical, Mining, and Scieh'iflc
Hooks, Tieolcgcal and Relig
ions Books, J nve idle and
Toy Pjdok. Sabbath and
Day School Books,
III GREAT VARIETY.
Blank Banks in Every Slide, Pass
JSonks, Memoranduhi Bo"ks, and
Time Books, Draiving, Trae
ing and Tissue Paper,
Arnolds, Maynard c& A"b :?,' and
J)aeid's Ink.';, Mucilage, Sheet
Music, Miotic I'f'per, and
hl cf Which he vill Sell at ths
A General Variety of Drugs and
Patent Mrdicirw, Constantly
on hand, for sale.
trVf Hcimol Tcaclipr.-s, and parents of SeW
firs will find it to their S(3v:tnta.c;e to inspect
my stock aud prices, before purchasing else
JIKT' Boo1;s Imported to Order. Orders res
peet fully solicited n:3 promptly filled
tew Agent for tlie S Francisco Time, and
Eastern periodicals, and papers.
JOHN J.I. BACON.
GIlOCEiil ES, CON F ECTIONERY.
ilew Firm 1
Biller & Miller!
Proprietors of the long established
AVcst Sitlc Main Sitt,
Oregon City Oreprnn.
Talc pleasure instating to the public
that they have farmed a copartner
ship or the purpose of better
Accommodating their Patrons!
And thai they will continue the Manu
facture of Bread, Pies, Cakes,
Boston, Butter, Sugar and
Soda Crackers, $-c. ,c.
0TJH STOCK OP GKGCEKIES,
Has been Doubly Increased by this
change, and will be kept complete
In Every Department.
Goods -will he Delivered m the City,
Free of expense to purchasers, and or
ders f rom a distance xcill becarefuly
filed and promptly ditpatclied.
We Sell as Cheap as the Cheapest !
Call. Examine, and PRICE our stock
Before Purchasing Dice where.
The highest Cash prices paid for coun
J 1 L. PILT.EK,
A P. MILLER.
ORE G 023" CITY
HENRY II U 15 EI-
Having purchased the above Brewery wisli-
to inform the public that he is now piepar-
d to manufacture a No. 1 quality ot
As good es can be obtained anywhere in the
Stale. Orders solicited and promptly Oiled.
I This is to warn ail per
sons concerned, that hereafter the under
signed wishes it distinctly understood that
he does not intend to h;ht fistirvif'.
May 2.5th, 133. JOHN GORDON.
sr !--. r"' .'" .'" K n
73 F2KST St., FOUTLASD
Bet. Stark and Washington.
Fancy and Toilet Articles,
Hue Yvines. Brandies, mid Whiskies
For Alcdianal Purposes.
Onsslics ami Perfinneiies,
Of the Latest Styles and
Cocking: Extracts, Essential Gib,
Herbs, etc., etc.,
And an Assortment of all Popular
i, 'i a
ilt Greatly Heduosd Prices !
Soothing Syrup. .
C (','. is.
Citrate Map netful 25 Cents
Jjroivn's Bronchial Troches 25 Cents
And Other J
cic-3 in i'ropor iioa
1".'" si. ! t ft r ; fry sT"3i 5
h vsieian's Prescriptions Cared idly
Co ui o v a n ' ( v. de r
S v 'ncrV'Siou of
V AY EMS
-on Cvv, are l.cn
)OOlCS Ot t'i" 'itv AS-i -:;S0" v i-i Of pi
the liitiula of ti"' Ci
On the -J :;,-. g
e city taxe?
f r the pi!r;':-e i.f coih -ti
Pvr order of the Co ;ncU
::t 2t J A
6 t; ( H s v i - " l 'f rt f
Successor to CIIAXMAy ? BRO.,
rTIIE DEATH OF MY HTiOTHEIl HAS
:--.o tho name
:o. to ibat
iv ;ir broth -
. f the firm ! C!i b M A N &
THOMAS CilAU.M AN-
e all i no in;
er in tne stoc.-c at p'
it Brother, L. kin,, c
..Januarv iCi, 1 su
.Ml. It-. ..1
Will be Carried on as isiiai
AND A PULL
Will be kept up by mc,
part, of the icUuwh: o
vid consist, in
;hvs of trade :
Dry Goods an I Clothing.
Hats, Cap. Boots and Shr.cs,
Fancy lu-ii'-o,-. perfumery
And Talent Medicines.
Paints, Oils, Colors,
Dye Stuffs and Vawdsh,
QueciuiL-are, Crocket y ' Lamps.
Sash, Doers, and Ulndcao Blinds,
Hard ware, Tools and Cutlery,
and A ad
Of J-Jeerv Bescrlpli
I ask Especial At hut
ton to my
COFFEE AND SUGAR.
GEO CERES' OF EVERY
a c mm'.
OF ALL KINDS
if'ir"Attcntion will be paid to any business
left with me on Commission.
Notice. My Pu-incs with all who favor
me with their patronage, will be done on a
c,oi.T basis but Le..:a! Tender will be re
ceived at the market p:otn ions.
A g c n t WE LLS V A 1 1 G O SzCQ.
rrjT T desire to say to a't wbo fa or tni
with their pafrumise thtit 1 shall u.vi mv best
ability to please thorn,
meet "with prompt atU;
for doins bu-incss aie a
nd all enL'i s s!
.".(0''4 as r.ny nouse
ritlt' uf std! as
in Oregon, and i !-
Cbeao as any Hous in irood standing in the
State. 1 will not be undersold by any one
Please give me a call and exanrne fir your
selves. Thanking you f r past favors, "
I remain, llespfctfr.'dv voms,
In a desirable loilion in Oe?oji Citv, at!
a bargain. Time will b oiven br a part of
j the purchase money. TITLE PERPECT.
Ss Inquire of
JAMES JI. 3IOO?iK. Oregon City.
F ANY BODY wants to sf-ea VELOCf-j
PEDI-:, 0 to A. Levy's who Las ou to ,
to raffle. Take a chance.
TUSTICES- BLANKS, of every f-;
O tioa. printed at lhc r.v..rve.i:. t
' i V
! A UCTION AND COMMISSI
Corner of Frcut acd Oak streets, per
Of Real estate. Groceries, General II
dise and Horses, " X'H
Every .Wednesday and Saturd0)l
A. b. Lichardson, Auction
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Irn I
English Square and Octagon Cast steel'
Horse shoes. Files, Rasps, saws ; " ( ;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. Q jrr
a i,so : ' , -
A large assortment of Groceries tndLio (
A. 11. Liciiardson, Auction -
V. A. ALPRICII. J. C. MERRILL. JOIIV M Cp J
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND : I
Forward! Merchant -
A GKNTS OF THE CALIFOIlW
Jc Hawaiian and Oie-gon Packet LirJ
Importers ot San Quentin and QWTp i
Island Salt, Sandwich Island Suw if
Rice, and Pulu. 0
A genu for Provost'. Jc Co.'s Presr-
Iriuts, Vegetables, Pickles and Vinf
Peters m Hon;-, Grair, P.ncon L-a
I rinf. Lime, Cement and Plaster. ' ' t
W ill attend to the Purchase, Sals or-Wi
inent of Merchandise or Produce ini
York, San Francisco, Honolulu, or Poi.?
ALDiUCH. MERRILL & CO. t Ot
Nos 04 and 20o California Strp.-.f
M'CRAKFN, MERRILL & CO., t
lo North Front Street, i'ortlaid
PQETLAKB AUCTION STOIlS
97 First st., Portland,
Next Boor to Post 0
7f Iirporters arid Jobbers of Staple
TAiiey Dry Goods. Gr.iui bags, Barlai.: -,"
i-iiing Gu'ls. We pay ths highest u'''
price for Wool, Furs. ? "d Hides. t
As the are in which we live dnnov
progress in Farming pp.plemeuU
well as n all other branches of inl'
try, we have entered extensively v.j
the Manufacture of the. Cdebra't.
Ffeil azijzig Plow!
Better knon-n iu Ore'jOti as th? W0L
G A MO T PL O W, Th is Plow c
bines all the desirable points of a p
feet nnnhmcnt. beina simrAe in r
j vtruction. cheap, durable, and of I
j draft. 7 he only Premiums whhdt v
awarded Gang B'lwcs at the rr
I Implement trial at Mat too a, Sei.
! ISC6. by the State Agricultural
f-ty of Illinois, were aurarasd to '
i Blow. The following, is an ex!
! from the Benort of tht Couiiixtl
j of Agriculture, lor the vear 1 S'JG. a
?nay be found on page 2"JG of that '
"The Can- PI or.- mr.de by J. C. ?"
Arenzviiie, C;iss county Illinois, is rec
with no little fuvor in the west. A!n)'-
' credible stories arc told of its eicei r
a ad (.-iheieney in plowing the prairie :-.
ui' Illinois and other States.
i " The depi.li uf th. farrow is regvlatf
the crank-axle, which is go arrwipu :
i the plouh.s c.'.n be driven deeper or '
j lower s;t tue pleasure ot tbeanvcr, vu
' ten:!, is uiovimr.bv means of the lever.
! We aloo manufacture sulkey pluiv s
.-mid! boys, or infirm persons who nre
j to i;itsnare a team of three or four horsi
1 This JXanr or sulkey plow, will cut a!. ;
i row from 2 to jo inches deep.
"The committee who tested the dra-1 1
of this plow with a dynamometer state,
it- ran lighter by 140 pouiids.than other. -
when runiiii: at the sam depth, acd 1J
uv the plowa.un while on lout.'' !
rXdf With this Plow one man ran .
more work than two men can do vi
iral'dng l 'lon-s, and die same amov
of team. Fence, it tvill be seen i'
it will more than pay for itself in t,.
writ also manufacture the
M4 U JLJ
T GANG PLOvH
AXD TUK i
Wcfc-Foot Walking PIo-v?!
Both patterns of JI, Dae if inve.it.
for which patents have been apf
lor, and which have, withstood pro
cal tests -with the best results rrcelu
littering testimonials whertver i
tsdf Xow, the Farmers of Ore
are iuritid to give the. Oregon -Manufactory
a trial. Do not pv I
ase a Plow of any description v
you have examined our make
prices, as ire are determined to sdo
.-vc l hn;i mvnrtv vnlixi nil ntl''-iW
yon a more durable or tide, and a
antce warren! ma the same.
For further information address
JYSV7IB &: POIiLOCIl
JiJ ILDBullGII, lUlOi., k Co.
r. ti. fiiLPiii r.Gii, i
LOUIS EINSTEIN. ) Portland. .
L. IHLDIiUUG 11, --'an, F:an
Importers and H'lunde JJcahiso-
ill Kinds of zw
Scotch ond Irlh Wh iskies, Ij'
Gin, Domestic JAunors, JJ
i. . t.,,
PORTLA AD Opposite Failings, f -
. j. 1 . .. 1 I.'iol. irHcfi!! J.
Street, n :xt door to A. IJ. Richardson
A LARGE INVOICE OF XEVf
Sunday School and Gift Boois.
IWiPA THE Ailta"- nuwi ;
iv and . '
Various other Publishing House? ?
For sale bv the .subscriber, on Jefferson
between ed and -ft'aii., Oivgoo. -J
C. H. Allv IN Secretary,
i "2.1 1
ku xreas. uregon i raot So. -t
J. K. PATT0N,
Successor to IIIGGIA-Si COMPAS'
No. 8 Front Street, Portland. Oregon,
Is now manufacturing .a suncriorarticl"
SLtnn'':i.!- ,hlvt'- Pale and Brown Fan
ooap wn:cl. he will jeli at Sau I'r''.--