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VHES THE CRASS COVERS ME.
When the grass .-.hdl cover me,
lit: xl to f i -.vi.e-e S:rn lying;
When not any wind Eat' blows,
Summer !)looii!s, mr wintry snows,
Shalt awake me to year ii-ing;
Clos above me as yon pass,
You will say : " flow kind she was,"
You will say : " How true she was,"
When the grass grows over me.
When the grass shall cover me,
Holden close to earth's warm bosom ;
o While I laugh, or weep, cr sing,
Nevermore, fur anything ;
You will Had in black and blossom,
Sweet small voices, odorous,
'Tender pleaders in my cause,
That shall speak of me as I was,
When the grass grows over me.
When the grass sh i ii cover me,
Ah. beloved, in my sorrow
Ve.y patient I can wait,
Knowing that, or soon or late,
O There wiii dawn a clearer morrow ;
When your heait will moan : " Alas !
Now I know how true she was ;
Now I know how dear she was ; "
"When the grass ,rrws over rre !
ro ii tub i: x
Pohk-Batter Cakes. We will
vouch lor tue excellence of tho fob "I l;avo always rig:irbI the Enterprise as
...wins: The best way to e.-ok salt onfoi tL? tho iatid-.mu ::hikit
lM"ua ai-. ls lioT. the ferure a rea: service. Hon. ueuige
pork is to cat rather thin sbces. ; L. Woods, uove;cor ox ' Oieu-wi.
h,.:it !!.Mr!ijar,f., i ! "The Enterprise ueseives to be liberally sup-
. . . ""Bo1.'1 cV-il- I norts-i. Hon. S. Ik Mav. becretarv of fctato.
" Most cordially do i wish the nterpiiae suc
cess. tier. J. F. L'eYore.
" The Enterprise lias a straight forward style
about it, which is truly commendable. Judge F.
A. C'hetsoweth, Corvallis.
" I tret as much reliable information from the
Enterprise as from any other Oregon journal, if
not more." Hon. A.J. Lufur, Portland.
" I consider the Enterprise the best Family
paper in the State." Hon. W. W. Pace.
"Mr. Ireland never wilfully attacks any per
son but he is vigorous in his defense of a cause
which he deems to be riant. Advocate.
" I have caret uliy perused your excellent pa
tkt, and 1 am ulad that I can tell our olii and
7IIS:3 IJXX IX PORTliAD.
butter or hot fat, dip the slices ia
the egg. then into flour, fry till a
good brown and lay on a plate dry.
You can use the yolk for the gravy,
but do not put itVith the meat.
A Vegetable Socp. Put a cab
bage, four large turnips, and six
carrot3 cut up. a piece of celery,
and a little sugar, into two quarts
of water; boil one hour. Add
ooited rice or crudfs of bread, and ; in Indiana. nu!Ch about vou that iseood-lion.
pejiper and salt. Let all boil for i Alonzo Delano, Grass Valley, Cab
diteea or twenty minutes and serve S . " Th- titerpr i ,e is an able and unecrapromis
rf j mg journal. Lon. A. B. Ateachuui, 8uperintena-
l!P- I tint of ind: to Aii'airs for Oregon.
Qr.vnr.-.vc-P,,!;!!,,-,-,! " To "' !-e M desires to keep posted on
v.. oUu,wwi...o. jattairs m Oregon, and to learn the real facts. I
fine chickens: take then? up in a ! oull s:i-. subscribe tor the Liuorprise-Ex-Gov.
' , i A. C. DuiiicD, Idaho,
large dish; CUt them up. aiid sepd- j "The Enterprise is less pretentious than
rate all the joint-bones one irom i ?W l;apvi-s in the state, but it cakulat-
,, J . , ; ea to tio as muen tiool : s anv or tiieui. JJ-uU.
another. Then take out the breast- j Jessee Apple-gate, Yoiieaila.
bone, add a little of the water they j
u Ct e s ewe 1 in. a blade of mace and j T r- T T,
,ipia-M. .fsalt. Cover closely with j T 1 IiIE 0F 1 EACE 1 RKPARE FOFl
.mot: -ill h. and put it ia to stew i War." So get a bottle of Dr. Cooper's
until tin? fowhs are tender. Serve j Magnetic Ikuin, an uneipialed preparat.on
hot in the same dhh. j for Dysentery, Diarrhavi and Cramp. The
Pakhi in" Mope of Rovsti.vo Ap- I bistantanuous tv-litf of Darns, Uraisus and
" ' ' "' ' Sprains.
I'l.E.s. Select the largest apples: i
14 j wwwQfTip:BiiiiiiirL.riLjwtAJjiieiCTti n i win n in t n i m m n mi vra T
.-coop oat t!i co iv without cutting i " m" " r" " A
CIIAS. HODGE. .CUAS. E. C.VLEF. . OiiO. W". SNELL.
EOLGBj CALSF t Co,,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, AXD WINDOW GLASS,
VABXISIIES, BRUSHES, PAJXTEES
Matenais, ana xjniggisW Sundries.
V!s4 Jkld iiiJ i ii -ii liJ i Li L' lu. -O. i-J L M iiJi -3-
97 Front Street,
D I !R E C T
TX -T -wr -w-r -wn. r-
Perhaps no Avoman in tlio vrorld,
lias dono more lo alleviate human
suttering and mitigate -the hornn-s
of prison lil'e or ameliorate the dis
tress of the poor and needy, than
Miss Dorothea L. Ii. A few
days teg-o ho tirrived in Portland,
and will perhaps, before she takes
her departure, visit all the State
institutions. The following ac
count of tiiis remarkable woman
is taken from the 'American En
cyclopedia Dix, Dorothea L., an American
hiianthroist, born in Worcester,
JNIasstichust'tts. Her j'ather was a
j)liysieian, ;md alter his death she
supported herself by teaching a
select school for young girls in
Postou. While thus cnofntred.
she was one day pasmg through a
street of that city, and overheard
two gentlemen who were walking
before her conversing upon the
Slate Prison at Charleston, and
complaining of the neglected con-
" 2 . i i ...... riii. i i.., ,, lw.fv,,.,, t, . i '
itiihni oi tne convicis. j neir ivi"1 fi-v uuun, ,va;u .viiv n ,
marks aiieeted her so powerlullv ' ; ' : ; iiai VCSU Ui i'JUCi
quite through: fill the hollow with
butter and tine soft sugar; let them -
roast ia a slow oven, and serve up ' "fOR SALE,
with the svrup. J .1.
i Ore Splendid BuiMin? lot; CI feet front
Coux Battcu Bread. Take six ; by h)o (Vet deep, in the very heart of this
teaspoor.sfuls of Hour and three of, cit-V- Cheap a ;irt.
, ., ..I APPLY AT THIS OFFICE,
corn meal, with a little talt; sift
them, and make a thin batter with "T7,()T j p
lour egrs and a sufSieient quantity AV ' "1 "
of milk; bake in small pans in a j A family llesidence in this city House
quick ovea. cost So,".!u will bo sold for less than that.
i Ail about the premises as neat as wax
Celery Sauce. Take a large ! Cad early AT Tills OFFICE.
bunch of celery, cut it fine, and
boil it till soft in a pint of water;
thicken it with butter and flour.
and season it with salt, pepper and j 'ences for a man and his wife or for an of-
i ,,.!.- i tiCe. JtCIlt Chill'!.
W'FL AT TlilS Oi i'tLU.
IIov ro Boil Potatoes. i: Do
you suppose I don't know bow?''
exclaims ugood housewife, I who
1 t. ATiiin :.. i. i.. :.. 4 i ,..-.
have boiled more bnsneis oi pota- i . ,v ., . , ,
1 !-L rneiit (No. ,j) o ji-r cent. paauleon
toes than you are days old I" Ut i or before the l".th day or June, l.S-J'.k at the
oflice of the S cretarv. was levied nimn the
Three Ttooms; Well, and all the crnven-
ci urse vou know. But then, very
likely you haven't told all your
neighbors: and it is for their bene
fit, not vours, that we give the re
ceipe. You may look it over, if
and see it it is rmht :
vou p lease, i
Let the potatoes he in cold wa
r six hours, at least, before boil
ig, (twelve hours for very old
! ,.-.t 1.-.r,f T!um nut
(hat she could not rest until she j fhlrn ;ntA i)(,;i;n V: ,,. y, ,t
CAPITAL STOCK of the ODD FELLOWS'
HALL ASSOCIATION", by the board oi
Directors at thvir meetusg on the 1st day of
X. W. 1 1 A NT I ) A LL, Pi e s iden t
F. O. M'Cdw.v, .Vi cretarij. :iO.-it.
had visited the prisoti herself. salted, and the water should be i fr-Hinn oifto Close I)wiiis
became deeplv interested in the ; kept at a moderate boil till they i " 1 " " '
welfare of the'unfortunate and suf-1 U( neb . may be tes-ed
. . , i with a lork ; then pour oft t.ie a- IHO ii tL itfilt 5
ienng classes, lor wnose ehwauon , U,Y iml K.t th,m M.md -vx ,h,. p;,t j
J ELEGAHT STYLES
Just received and placed in the wareroenis,
HURQREM d SH1II0LEB S
lfiG, 170, ITS
First slreet, corner of Salmon,
PAPtLOR SETS IN TERRY.
IN PLUSH, AND IN II AIR-CLOTH.
I-Tew Ornamental Pieces,
For the Parlor, Great Assortment f
HOUSEHOLD FUSNITUEE !
Lounges arid Spring beds.
The trade supplied with good
in original t)ac'aLIe!ii on reasonable
HURGREX & SIIINDLER.
1E& Y !
pie's y ransportatian company
ARE STILL RUNNING
THEI Tt S T Ji: . IM BOAT S,
IN ADDITION TO WHICIT
WE WILL FOON HAVE HIE RAIL W a Y CA ILS. ALLoF WHICH
WILL CONTINUE TO BRING THE LATEST S'lYLESOF
GOODS AND THE LEST QUALITIES TO ACKERMaN,
AT THE OLD STAND, M A I N St., OREGON CITY.
Ly Virtue of a Warr-t pla-d in my hands for thft
)Uix.o-e oi eoiiH;ftnir Ucnnquent'IaxcS, due to CheLain-i
e'outity, and to i:te Uneeiea, 1 will, on the iOth 'day of
Jime, A. 1. 18: Li, e.vpo.-e tbi- sale at Public Auction to tho
hjl.ei bidder in Li.su-a Ma:es Cold Coin in haxul vaid
tin; iullw'vviiig tracts cr parcels of lard, or ko much thereof
as is suLieieiit to pay il.e taxes due thereon lor the vear
18us, togetht-r witn costs. -sate to commence at lo o'clock
A. M., ami continue from day to day until sold. Sale to
take place in front of the Court liouse Door, in Oregon
City, Clackamas County, Oregon.
A i C4
I DESIRE TO SAY TO THE PUIJLIC
THAT I HAVE ONE OF THE COAii'LETEbT STOCKS OF
EVER BROUGHT TO THE MARKET.
WHICH I AM SELLING AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
I will say, COME OXE, COME ALL, and satisfy yourselves that it is so. I have
received v' o! the largest stocks ever brought to this inaiket. anticipating a brisk
trade, and I am determined that the goods shall be sold. 31 y stock consists in pait
of a fine assortment of
LADIES DliKSS GOODS. BALMORALS, HATS of various descriptions;
CLOAKS, such as Circulars and Sacks ;
KID GLOVES, best quality ;
DROWN AND PLEACHED MUSLINS, nil widths:
BOOTS AND SHOES : II ATS AND CAPc ; CLOTHING;
FIXE BLACK DRESS SUITS ;
CASS I M Eilil SUITS :
SUPERIOR LEAVER SUITS :
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING, all sizes and qualities.
A SUIT THAT WILL SUIT ANYBODY all on the most rea$oaabl
Also a larse stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods.
GROCERIES A well selected assort -rent.
At CXiiirm.m Wit n i's Id Slan!.
Tr- All kinds of Produce Ronght.-n j?;R AGS WANTED.
liOCiis a u n ti i a n t ,
Corner of Fourth and Main nine's.
Jtwfc Keep constantly o i hand all kinds of
fre.-li and salt me:.ts. tuch as
CORNED BEEF, HAMS,
PICK E EE I) PORK. LARD,
Gititon i.o.54. Xo. 3, l.O. of O. V.
V'.'v "Lets every Wedne.-d.iy even-
i::g at 7 o'clock, in Masonic Hall,
JI ain street.
Members if the Order are invited to attend
by order. Ci.
IVillaisirilo C:k!c Xo. 1-I. O. c:. -T
Meets every Saturda evening, at the roono
S.lh coi ner of Main and Fifth streets, r.t 7 i-2
o'clock. Visiting members are invited t.
atteud. By order of W. 0. T.
she labored until ls:U, when, her till dry. Great care should be ta-; f- .
i'ealth becoiiiin" impaired she j ken not to let them boil a nv:.ment j JL.s Jlli3.iaLsC SOCll
quit her school and embarked tor j f'v are done, as it will ren- j OF
K ; . , . ! dcr them waterv. An excel lent j Tyr? y forjTjC!
Euroj.e. In 1 , she returned to ! p,nn to oUl potatoes mealy, i ivT. rTrfytTTT..r
Tbwt-.n on, ,L.-.. .t i.l K.i'se f to IT- i ... !,.... 0.,..;i info !i .-ioMi i.n.i I XtJD.l Jj X-JLIAjJaU bi U 1 J.lii ft Jf ,
Vesti'-'atiu"' the condition ;f lau- i rapidly shake them about, or tak"
pers lunacies, and priso.ters. Since !f '
1S U Miss Dix has given her time j ,,a7USOes should be put into the pot j
and influence CUtirelv to this work, before the hvi ilier ones. that, they i
aud in the prosecution of it h:s ' nrty be equally done. It requires
1 . l ,w. 1 !1 vb,c ! fr. n f.u-ty lo litiv liiinutes. New ,
made m;tnv Ionic and laooi kmls ; , ,.,,. t,..lt 1
. . , i ones wiu taij.0 about; liali tout ;
lournevs, httvinic visited every j
x,tOT3 AKD SHOES,
ileDs Ladies, Hisses and Cbildrens'
P. 0PIT2, PECrlllETOE,
? FIRST STREET, PORTLAND,
Bet. Waslti L' ton and Stark sis.
M A N C F A C T 1 : R K It OF
ALT. KINDS AND QC A CITIES OF
CT;ifIi aiiias liivisioji Xo. 3, S. of T.
Avd everything else to be found in their line j llukls its ri,o-u!iir meetings on Friday even
1 ing of cacti week, at Templar Hall, Oregon
? j Citv. 11 embers of the Older sue invited to
M via b ka u Wa w M W M bi. WJuu it
attend. bv ,-s-def
Til nit ioii:a U b I. A. t1'. stn:l
?, A. Jf. Holds its tegular eommuni
VVci-.tietis on the lrt and Third Sat
m each month, at 7 o'clock.
; Irom the -j-ah d' Spteinb'r to the :!'Uh of
1! ,: eh, and 7 A o'clock from t be it !tb of M arch
iber. I'.rethren in good
. --w s --j ! pi r p. riif,n j to Ul.' 'iii'al o! .-ptemoer. ..ret
fVO iC Jll -tirf 2 ! Viii g a ki2 iv3 Jifi, I stambnare invited to attend.
""" -" " i Manufacturer of and Li aier in Furniture, j by oier oi
riT r- t-t?o k n i xt ctpv ! m; r'v-'"
L"li'iU'i x 'WiUi I rfAKCS TiliS METHOD OF INFORMING
p R ACKERS
t? r c701.jp
tin public that be has Sioivua hanu i
a lar;-c invoice of
Tun Itatjan Gi?ka?k
Take 1 beef gull. & eallon of al-
i eotuil. A f'a.i'in ot sort water 4
ounces of carbon soda. 1' ounce
will be dissolved and add the wa
ter and either and then shake it up
well and U-t it stand as before and
then shake it up well and put it in
ounce vials. When using shake
the vial and wet the garments with
soft water, and then apply the
liquid with a sponge. You can
Hardware, Cutlery, etc., etc.
Has qot to he sold
Regard eos of Price I
Tn convince yourself ith respect to
this mailer, call at the oi 1 corner.
South ( f Pope !$ Co.'s 'lis: S!:r,
take grease out of any kin 1 of a j CIIEUIEF SALE.
crarnu-nt. and off from silk, with-j-,, , e , , , ,
. . . - ! ly virtue or an order and decree of
of ilortuMur'. isiueU out of the Circuit Court of i
State of the Union, examining
poorhouses, ltrisons, lunatic? asy
lums, and cndtavornig to ju-rsurnle ;
Legislatures and iniluential mdi
vuluals to take incisures ioi tne j of su!;,h;,te a tlit!ier i (e;1 cnp 0
relief ot the poor and xvretcheu. ; SGj-t. up. Mix to-rether the aico
Her exertions conti'ibuted greatly bob beef gall, soda and soap. let. it
,-. !.. .,;.., (' St.-ti. T lmOie stand five or six boars and then it
i 1111 loiiiiinit ion ' i 1 v j j i. n. . .
Asylums in nearly all the States.
InlSts she presented a memorial
to Congress asking ibr an appro
priation of land to endow hospi
tals for the indigent insane, and
persevered until Congress appro
priated ten million acres. The
bill, however, was vetoed bv Pres
ident Pierce, on the ground that
the. Ca eminent had no power to
make such appropriations. 3liss
Dix has published several works
anonymously. The first, "The
Garland of Eiora,M appeared in
Doston in lSiR), and wa succeed-
cm I bv a unmoor m oooks ior imuhp up. una ir is ivjhIv ior nso. 1 las . st-vea Dollars ku.-i oo-io-, -l:;7:.,vj.D). and inu-v-ren,
amontr which were " conver- nvnt will mend all inJs omkw
sations about Common Thin-s," . "" 'T'J T a - -I 10 nw air"ctoJ' 1 :t d;ry of ju'e. a.
" ,, , it;!- ' x '"'' leat'ior oelting of ail kinds, j lK i w uih.u the propertv dc-.s. rifed iu stud
"Alice and Until.' and JUeiling j When vo want to use it take the j decree, to-wit :....i;eui,m n- at a pomr on tho
0IIours'.,' She has alo published :i
variety of tracts for pris)ners, aud
has -written many memorials to
legislative bodies on the subject of
lunatic asylums. 3liss Dix is gift-
fid H-itll ! 1 U -lll -l vl ' 1 iPVvM K! f.
vo.ee, and with "manners that, are ! lt: the cement on and splice, j :
. i t , . ., .,ia,. I !"en press tii.-m together, xvhen 3,r w :v chains la links, tm-nee 2'- K, ot chai
said to u.sse a iematkalny ('-1 cold it is ready lor use. Ti links. Ounce s so w t chains 2 jmks to 1
P .If th-,f I cirOCCnCS, LrOC.ICry 'ctlSSS ClilCl iriQ-lCCu i Wili rdwavs be sold below Sun Franciscf ' T...,T, , ... T,T,rr, . T
1'"U I ! prices. Ail oiders prom, t!v attMuh,! to. iQU Ahn AND i-AiJiO., -Lt
V'-r- -P,- r;t., Tor,, I OKI, CON II KERY, v -; t, ,
, , ! LOUNGES. DESKS.
, , , r I the israte of )rcron tor tho County ot' Cluekama.s,
D:amox;) Ckment. Take 1 lb. o1 1 in fav.r of iillNilY W. KLOY,sml atra :11st A.
outsoitiiiix or staining
white fflne. lb. of Whiten. 1 ! ft- AiAu-y1'''1 j: 1: a 1 1 a akmiai; J,
e l his wile, and 11. l.v.-rdltw auU 1: i !eeU:. ot the,
quart of rain water. pint off lirniot LVLUDINtifc LLKH rib, torc-naui sums
. , , 7) L . ., , I ofmoiicy as descriked in mul (hn-rt-y. re-wit: Ttu;
Alcotud. Ptlt the wafer, the glue, j SI,:u ofTIn-eeThousitndono ILmdivd and Seventy
and the whiten in 'a pot. and let it I f jar Hollars, :;;.irt.c,i. and ifitcre.it k.j !e-.-'rit.KHi
heat Slowly till all is melted, and i m .'h-csve. payahle to Henry W. Eddy, in
,, . ' . , i , , ... :, j l mied l it s mi i com, uud the tur ln.rsum of
then pat I'l tlie aicoliol and Stir it Thn.t. p;J1,H;;:H throe Hnndre-! i!nd t-eveutv-
S i'ANbS. CHAIRS.
And Variant other Qu-di!if of Ilih
and Medium Furniture !
Forming a complete find dei ruble assort- j
meat, which meiits tho atteuiion of buyers, j
FLU'IIIIXO, & ST E ill
So. HO First Nti-ct-t Fortlan'1
Gas Fix! n res.
JIol Water Jailer?,
JIarbte Tup Wushsands.
iShcel Lead and x) loch Tin, ! and be is prepared to Si I aii ordcis will
Water Closets. promptness.
He would call the attention ot tne pnouc
to bis salesroom, as containing the most
complete assortment of UealraLle goods in tne
.Main street, Oregon City.
Itld) CI1 RONOM ETEtta" "
Aoj isted and Ilepaii cd in the best ;
M.i.mr, uud Warranted.
I-7o. Ill Front st., Portlar.d.
troUinir intluence over the fiercest
-Dresident Dacz, of St. Dotnm-
go, it is credibly asserted, is wil
ing to dispose of his whole Repub
lic to the United States, .and has
conferred upon his commissioner at
Washington, Mr. Fabeus, full pov-
cr to annex or to sell. The for
eign population, resident merch
ants, -and traders favor the scheme;
but the blacks, v. hose only idea of
a white man is a Spaniard, are not
inclined to think so pleasantly of
A Washington disuateh savs
bottle a' rutin some warm wa- .eaan- uomior lan., co-H.wam-sc locnams
, , ., I 42 I m lis s-ou.h, an.. P.- chains 12 lmk . ca-r ot the
'el'. an' ... r Uissolve, and Hien j ,lUlr,cV v),t UHween Section 2-; smd 2ti in Town
let if stand a short time and it. is i ship 1 South JduriL-e 1 Ea-r, thenco ea-t 21 cii.-tins
ready tor use. Apply it with a ! bnks. thonce so-ajn 4.V j; 2 chains 20 links to
- ,J , , - . 1. ;, I a post, il.e.ne.o N ,s,S - i-V L to tin? dot:itso:i cht.sn
stick, and always warm the dish. 1. ; ( tl ('arapUr. th-nce onthoriv aSoirr the
will mend better. For leather j p,n;i ofCampU-li " 1-2 chains to the Pari ot s.-th
take the ends and shave I hern oil' a I Liicilinv, thence S :u' W ulenhaid LneliinK's
ly for use. i 4.0 link s, thci.ee S so W i chains 2 jinks to the
1 cast line 01 sain roan, t nonce oy sai 1 ron.i .mktd.
PHI) CABBAGE. Take a firm, i 23 3 W O cltams tit) 'links, to th ; N L corner of
,. , , , i ii I lands helotc-nii.!,' to Mi. 2 Vnall. and the S eor-
iroTi cabbage, and remove the J I1(.r of 1;uul oi i,amix.r vV i3iil,.r, thenw N h 15'
whole of the outer leaves, keeping I W 0 chains 4 ) links, thence N .31 oV W 4 chains
. . i 50 links, thence N lU iV W 7 chains 50 hnss,
the ball entire. Cut it info lour j thence X 2s 3U' W 8 chains, thence X 15- W 9
quarter?, and subseqnentlv into ! chains, tl.ence X5 W 2s chains 70 links, to the
strips, ond place them on"' a hair i I',:ufc t-dnuin?, oontainiic :'.;rt c:-es inm-e or
1 , , , . , i less. . . ..Noru.-o is taeic-tore hci-eov civen ttmt on
sieve, or a clean drv c ota. and rr i . i v i j V .
sprinkle wnu salt. Let. them re- . T. ... . ', , ., ,. . .' ' . r,-'
. .. , , . ,, A. I). lhj.y. in Jif.mtot too Cour;- House in Orecoa
main ior tiuve uays. to mlow the;,-:fv ,,f th ,,..,. ,f ,. rtv.i.- j i ,v:n t,r.
to sell, at I'm he AucUoti, to tho .l.i-hcst PkI ut in
United States uoid coi i, the aliove U scribed land
to .-atisfy said judviinvnts, in' rest, costs and ac
cruing costs. JOHN AlYKItS. Shcriif
ja..";t. ( 'lackaiuas County.
Oregon City, June 1st, 1SCX
V'rouslit Ircn Pipes, all Sizes.
TEES, ELPOir. IiETERX JJEXDZ
XU'PLES, ttCSUIXdS, d-,
for SUdii, WaU-r and Gas.
Scotch Tubes, Water Cnagrsl Whistlet
Tallon Pumps, Steam Cuages, Globe,
Ancle, and Cheek Valves, Guage
Cocks. Air Cwcks, and all kinds
ot Brass Work. Iluboer
Hose, Hose Pipes. Ac.
Hotels. pnMie buildinys, und piivate resi
dences heated with the latest improvements
in steam or hot air apparatus.
I invite citizens gene rally to call and ex
amine my stock, which has been selected
with, great cure, and especial attention given
to the wauls of this market.
C. 31. MYERS.
Ho M ANUFACIUESS FUHIJITUilE fr -nt stfiekt, first street,
i Near Jlo"i'i-n Street, Near Yamhill.
Usincr good muternds and cnjrdoving th j JAST i G A II A LIN.
very tieat meiUiauu's in tne I.cii.i' la j
can warrant ins eooos to !e as iopo ci..en ,
Iiev7 ttcfii Oi Xi30Ts anci bnoes
Rest Select! an in the City!
Comprising all the leading and best brands
known, such as HoTikei i's Tirreil's. Fogg's,
Hoii-bteti k Cool nine's. Reed's, (iodfrey's
and nmnerous (Uiieis, of iieiAs' uud bovs'
wear. A bo Mile's, Sicbeli .di's, burl's,
San E car cisco and custom-made ladies and
O, I eoaarea s wur.
Our cntomera . nd the nnldie in orpnprnl
dRR9 nVc' invited to c;'l and ex .mint: our stock,
t-t i 1 i . r T , , i i which m- will sell cl'.eapcr than ever.
il.StabllSnmeDt, (H J. D. Ailllcr j i. .s.lJi)(ts tnade to order, and an assort-
IIAS EEtN UElloVLIJ
mc:it ol oui' i:i;iiie consi-to
tlv on band.
Alderson, C. X.H., Xo. of claim "49," town 2 South ranjte
3 east, designatt d and bounded as follows,
Heinuins at the :S.E. corner of said claim
(AK) tin nee West along the South line
there f si chains, to the south west cor-'
m r,th nee N along the west line 2o chains
thence E 41 chains, tlit-i ce south 10 70-leO"
chains, thence L 40 cl ains. to the East
bn. , thence suutii akn? said line to the
place of oeginn nir, containing 1GU Acres,
more or ie.-s, Value j'200 8 2t)
Baraks Caleb, Sees. 1,9,17, 2 -IE 210 (iOO 200 3 20
luawcll O., heirs of f?:JE 100 300 300 4 8,
lueek J. ii., 32 1S4K liJO 200 200 3 20
IJ rant on V. W. 2S:ii'. lj 75 75 1 20
Cotiec Laudcrvm. 2.3L R'l 200 200 3 20
inning at a po.nt in Section 31'' T2,
5 R 2 east, the same being the N W cor
ner of m. Eoitrer's land c sum, thence
E 23 chains, thence South 3 chains 4i5
links, thence W '2S chains, thence N 3t
chains, 4:1 links t the place ot beginning,,
containing lot Aces, mere or le.-s.
Culbc-rtson. Andy 1S4E 160 200 200 3 20"
Camell. J.O 32 2MK D2 14-) 140 2 21
Cuutiidil, l:olort, block l'J, lots 4 aud o )
Trustee for Chuich. OieonCity, 75 1 20
Kppcrly John 27 SS.iw 200 700 700 11 20-
le cribed a- follows, to-wit;- N- h of the
W i of Section 27, T2 SU 1 W, 2UU acre.
moie or less.
Epperson John SSlw 93 000 300 4 SO
Franklin Jasiah 4 2S1F. 100 3 00 300 4 80
(j ruber Jo!m I S 2h-E 4 4 1.0 400 (i 4i
Uarviil, ilrs. It. 4 2S1 K 200 4.x 400 6 40.
llalnine J as. Mock 1, lot 8, O-wejro. 600 5 8 00.
KellOri-sr, Mrs. Al. E. 2S211 20.) 5oo 5JH 8 00-
Kno.ter, Wm. 20 and .12 32H 320 Co.!- BOO a fin,
Ladd, J. W. 1) and 12 SSnv lt0 2'J0 200 3.2.0
The N E i of the N E . and the W 0f.
the N E j of Section 11), and tne N W 4 otV
the X W j of Sec ion 20 coutaiuing 1G0
Acres, more or less.
Long, C. ii. 3 2Slw 50 200 200 3 20
Love, Addison 3T w 80 400 52 4
Described as fallows : Eeing a part of
the la'id claim of Augustus and Elizabeth
Ycrgen N "t heation ("Olol") heginning
at ihe N W corner of said land claim,
thence s-onth j f a m le, thence k of a
niiie, thence N 4 of a mde, the .ee W i of"
a mde, to the place of beginninr, being
part of the sou; h of the S 4 ot Sectiun
2:5, in Sit 1 V, and a part of the XW j
o! S. ction 3o, in 1 S R 1 V, containing
80 Acres more or les-.
Marshall, A. L. 1S1E 3C0 7000 78 70 41 24
Land described as to lows to-wit : Begin
ning at a po-.nt on the road leading troin
P01 tlaud to Mil waukie lo& 42-Ioij chaius
bouiii, aod lii 1'i-iO 1 chains east of tlie 4
post between .-ectmn- I'll and 20, in Tl S
it IE, thei.ee F 21 70-lno chains, thence S
3 -i-V E 2 -20-100 chain.- to a post, thence
K So lo' E to the lfUiation la m of Hec
tor Campbell, thence souther y silong t!ie
land ot said Ca i-phcll ;'oi chains, to the
land of Seth Lcelling, thence S hSS'.- W
aloiiix said Eui lbng's land claim toastake
Iroiw which a tir t.eel inches m diameter
bears S T---" 30' V 14 links, thence S 8
3o' V or, U)-i on chains, the.ir.:e S 2" E 04
Id ion ehabis. thence S v'W 11 2 1 0b chains
to the cast line of said road, 1 hence by
Sai l road X :' W 0 3 0-100 ehains, to the
N J-! cor er of the lands hebaiging to Mc
D . nald, A S E coi i.i-v of land of Lambert
6 Mhier, then v. X S" lo W t 4'J-HXi
ch.iins. the'-a-eX :VC Z'-i' W 4 oo-lO1.' chains
thence X 10 4V W 7 50-1'0 chains, thence
N -Js- 3o' W 8 eh a. ns. thence X l-" W ;
chains, thence X ; W 2.S 70-100 chains
to the place of beginning, containing 320
acies, more or 1 ss.
.Vfar-h, iu-s. Jto.-e 35 2S2K 320 $00 800 4 f 0
il.ir.-li, Oc-oiao 2S2E 10 200 200 3 20
McCov, X. W. 8 lS-ii-1 li 2J5 54 270 5 45
Morris. Chas b';k 2. lots 3.4, Osweiro, 300 140 2 56
McCorinsutfc, J block 17.) lo;s 2. 3. 4 500
block 171 " 2.3,4.5,0.7 250 i 750 12 00
Newell, X-Chamel hlo.-k 4 lots -!. ,v, Oswt cro, 400 (5 4t
1'ratt, O. C. Pare of Claim Xo. 70, "
As described on the maps and plats of the
United States 0:1 tile in tae band Office at
Oregon City, O'. eg .11, T 2 S R 1 E -d Wil
lamette Meii-baii, beginning at the NE
corner of said claim, the same being 1 7
to-ibo chains X an I 27 80-I00 chains W
from toe 4 sec ti n post in the ea-t boun
dary of .-eel ion 20 in T '2 S II 1 F, thence
south lo chai is. thence W 7 Oo-loocbains,
tlicnce X 10 7-10o chains, thence south
4:i" ::!' E ly ! o-l 00 chiins, to the dace c.
beginning, containing lo acres, more or
less, and being a pari, of S. W. Shanon'i
land claim, assessed at $ I0
" Linn City property lots, 100
1 acker, J. Inn 1 blots 3,4,0,0, .uuvauK:e,24t
co btk 30, lot 5 " It
do bik 31, lots 5, 6, " l
Iteirnan, Daniel, bik , lot 7 O.-w; ero, 76
Seperd, J ii sec 33 5S1 1) 8J 5 183 03 2 00
21 5S1K 100 200
5 2.--I.E 10 50
3S4M 100 250
23 5S1K 40 300
2S212 2 200
30 2-rl U SO 400
250 4 00
400 6 40
75 1 2S
200 3 20
250 4 00
300 4 SO
200 3 20
400 r 4-'
52L 3oO loo 214 314 0 00
To No 1 fi i Front .st.. comer of Alter j -- - -CarirS
Ne,n Hail dim Portland. ! Tj'-7 Ll :A v. fc 1 &h &
v. ....... . - " 1 i W f v tMM U ba a hi tmS H W B
In Chas It ooilarj S irna Store
1857 ESTABLISHED 1857
No. 80 First Street, Portland,
Whoiesale and Retail Dealer in Garden,
Grass and Flower Seeds !
"'jjf Where he will be ready to attend to
al! manner of workmanship in Ins bne.
Watches- and Jewelry repaired in ths most
Traeey, ilrs O
'X hompson. It 11
Tavlor, G W
'1 haiaas, A A
Trniiini:er, Jvhn bik V half of lot 2 Oswpi-o. .5oo K n,-
Vinson, J S 32 4S1L 22o 4oo "" -Ux 6 4o
Wes.iall, ; A b-Ion-s to O. C. 11. lb Co., West Side
tiie X hi - ; the XE qr of See 2a, 1"2 s It 1 W, So acres,
loo 1 Oo
Wadkin, .7 P Co. 9 51 E 8o 3oo So I.Jo 2 lo
Walien:'tein. 1-red 33i . Pto 5oo 5oo 8 oo
Howell, i- aac 13 51E 10o 3o 3oo 4 ba
Mc.Mahan, H W 25 32o 4cx 4oo 6 4a
Alien, Henry 33 1S2K 4o So 5o So
Ore -oa Citv, 3Iav 21st. l-':0.
JOiiX MYFdtS, Sheriff
--'If Clackamas Countv.
)ik man like manner.
J. Lb MILLER.
3 J Sis d j a j J- i y :
brine to drain olf. After they ate
thoroughly drained, put them into
a clean jar. Take as much vi:ie
ir.ir as will cover them, and let it
simmer over a s!ow fire, with all
spice, whole black pepper, coarse
brown ginger, and u little pimento.
When the vinegar is suuicienUv
tlavored, let it eool, and pour it
over the cabbage in the jar. which
must be stepped down for use, and
kent for three months.
Y7 00L WANTED.
A Ii Y QUANTITY! !
By THOMAS CHARM AX.
that the President's movements Eamb Ciu.ps.-Fry them a light TT ANTED !
luive Itot been aellnitclv set tledj b ' ter. then add a little , ) F---"
. ... , . t water. Hour, salt, and a dust ot U the Wool that oilVrs. paving tt.ere'or the
excepting tn:it he will be absent ; rernr. to jho cravy . 1(.t h browu iimst miccs . s.ackermax.
from the Ctll-itul ior nearly two ; and pour it over the ehons. Oregon City, April 2$th, lso;. (2,..tf
Bnoit.F.o Lamb Steak. Droil
slowly until quite done, then make
Wool! Wool!! Wool!!!
,T. Myers .v Brother, under the Court Ilon'e,
months. In June he will attend
the examination of the cadets at
"vl xuiuc, auri in muuoi ! a gravy with fresh butter melted
jtoston, xo remain two cr uiree;T
lie has leterminel to snen
time in the West alter his vetunp i'"1"1-"'1U !aU!- i T ILL HEADS FRIXTED.
from Boston, but where, he does ! Srrwrn Veal. Cat tbe veal in ' 5 At th Enterprise Ofrtei
not exactly know, although he says small bits, slew ir, a little water ! "--Er)1N-r" n.-i'j.F SD VlspF
if time will permit he may go to -- butter pepper, and sait, until j ing curdstitW prLted at" this
tho Pacihc Coast. I tnuer: tiii2kea with a little fiear.i office.
All Seeds from tin-tstaldi-hment
Aie Warian d En sh
ff ffZ Fon-:gn ond
i l).-.me-t:c Diied Fruits
vOJII An' V'fft-tables.
NiLX Foreign :i I Doires'i
Green Eruits aim Vegetables.
Vpgetai les a d Fmit
Packed with care f..r siiipment.
ATr7'.S-Pea Xnts, Brazil Nuts, Wal Nuts,
Filberts and Almonds.
GliOCi: A77:'.S A selected stock of Choice
Groceries, bought txpre-s!y
For Family Use.
All of which is oflhred for Cash at cash
prices. Orders solicited
JO fiX O'COXXOU.
No. CO First stiect. Portland Oregon.
ostOU, to remain tWO Or three ; hv Moaki aa1 a d- of pe r i Oreg-n City, will pay the highest pi ires nil A. J. Ill
lays and witness Peace Jubilee, l and a Fctle salt dissolved in a table' I V,z 'or WooL A iargc l'iauUly !S waatyd i , -n qu ;ft
le has determined to spend some- spoon of wafer : ere with .peas. ! "''tt ! e Cl l U r'
r 'ifo r n a, I 'e rra nnt
wid Italian Marbles, Obelisks -
jionumenis, Jicaa, ana i-ooi H
IS ALE II OttEGnN'.
XO. 113 Front Stactt,
(In Whites New block,)
Dry Goods and Ootldni
Invites attention to his
DRESS GOODS), T.-imming-', Bu'tnns, Coil
Bindings, White G'ods, Linbroifbo ies,
Zephvr, Wool Yarns. CI .ak ugs.
Iweeds, Cass'inerrs. I iannels, LbtnK
Cts, Linen Goods, t-'tat le Cottons,
dies' and Misses' Underwear. Fancv
Goods, Far.i-ois, sun Uinbrellas,
Fans, etc., etc.
lew A!S PISTOLS
OIL - CLOTHS,
P A PEE. - II A N G I N G S ,
L ACE - CUB. T A HIS, &c, &c.
ll't? Wonlt Ca'l the attention of par
tic jilting np houses, or btiis in
lli.cd if 0 niilhir.g in our tine
To our Slock, which is
OXE OE TIIE COMPLETEST
:;0n Hie Fssiclfle Cosist !
FIXE CLOTHING f r GENTS and HOYS, in
Reav.-r, Chrssm ere and Cas'or Heaver.
Doe Pants S Ik Velvet Vests Silk
Ties and Cravats, LB Si' its, Niirht
Shins, S!k, All Wool and Merino I'n
dersbirls ami luawers, s.cks, -nd al-ino-tevervtbinLr
in tiie furnishing line
for men and boys.
MACHINE TWIST, 1 oz spools for Tailors
Ow Good? being specially sehctednt
the Inc'orie in Fnglnd ond. the
Easier a Stales, we ca". aell
AT TEE LOWEST
wal s i; U CSiUS.,
No. so Front street, between AI.L.v
Shoemakers, etc., in : lacK, ;ett and : .) anu u astuiigton, 1 ortiand Oregon
Orange, Letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G. " " oTlI EP "
Mantles sid Furniture Marble fultushed
MACHINE TWIST for Dry Goods Trade,
lOU Yard Spools, a.l colors.
EUTCIiERS & .MEAT VENDEES.
Thank: til tor past favors of the public
p"ttay rmr twkt e t-.m,- i ct u 'V :l ; a ro t!!i":!'Ce of the same
BuTTON LOLL 1YI.T for Tailors and . Ve ,h-.ll .Vive- to .-.nr patm.-. ad th be-t
Dressmakers, by jnnt'.itVs f Stall Fed Beef. alo Matt-n
COliX WILSOX, j Potk, Poultry etc., as usual twice a wifdr mi
I23t N. B. GROCERIES at LoTrCEt Market Frices. 1 Juadays and Saturdays !
Ileadquui-ters Depart men" Columbia, )
Oflice Chief (ir.ilivstc r, l or:ar:d, O., May 22, 1809 j
By authori y front the Major General con-.macdi.ia:
tlie Deoartment, sealed prop .sals will bcieeeived at
the olliee of the Post Quartermasters at Fort Boise,
I. T., and at Camp Thiee F u-ks, Owyhee, I. T-. up
to noon on the l.'th day of June nextIor the deliv
ery of the following supplies :
FORT BOISE, I. T.:
200,000 pounds of rainOats or
C00,000 pounds of I lav.
22,000 poun.ls of Straw.
850 Cords of wood, for fuel.
CAMP THREE FOUKS.CwyliMj. T.r
424,000 pounds of Ilav, baled.
100,000 pounds Straw
The Government reserve the ri-ht to receive the
whole or any portion of the supplies that mav be
contracted br, and to rep-ct anv and all bids.
Bids must be in t ri pih ate, the price stated in coin
and expressed in writing, n-.t (Lures.
The delivery of the supplies must commence as
soon as reqnirer bv the Comnmuc'ing Otli er of the
Po-t, and contin ed in Mich quantities as the exigen
cies of the servico mav detnmd. and be completed
t.- ihu 'li ft. ,f V r
..jv i ii ui .vHcuiucr, next.
Prop. .sals w II he entertained for the whole or any
r.ortinn of thp vnnnlim i....,.t; i .. .,. t n
i a ; . v o n - i u.tii iyr, mm niiii
ad I es-ed to the Po-t Qvt irtenn ast.-rs at tln-ir res
pec ive posts, and marked outsMe, " Proposals for
Forage, Straw, or IVooJ, as tie- case may be.
R. SAX OX,
Bv't ?'- Gafl una Ijr.MiS ., U. S.A.
Mat 22 wj Chief Quartermaster.
THE GARDIH8 MACHINE P
AT UNION BULLS,
Three fourths of a mile east of Wn slit's Bridge
on the Molalla, will be ready to run on the first day
of Junt. is;;9. All work done at this Machine will
be w. rra: te l. No wool earded until it is weil pic
paied. Wool washed and made ready tor carding,
at 4 cents per pound. Rates of carding will be ten
cents per pound when grease s isrnishtd. or 12icts
it it is not. Ail work t be paid fbr on del very, ia
oin or its coaivalent, or the work will be retained
until paid for. G. J. TRULLIXGEK, PropriPto.